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expected later today by the federal reserve board, and both investors and economists are anxiously waiting. how much will interest rates go up? from ktvu . fox two news. this morning's onto well, good morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome to mornings onto i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook wednesday morning, july 27th checking in with steve paulson feels pretty mild outside for me this morning. how's it? look steve? nothing changing a billion dollars. i don't think the sign over here goes up that high. i 99 that's what it's stuck in here. okay we do have some activity yesterday lifted north, and now it's over the sierra or lifting northward more towards the northern sacramento valley in northeast california out of our area for now, but the usual low clouds are in place, so it's the 20 what's the date today? 27th so
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that that's not right down there, but morning low clouds mostly sunny and then temperatures if you liked yesterday, will probably like today 60 seventies. eighties. alright here he is at four o'clock in the morning to tell us hopefully it's quiet out there. it is quite out there, steve. it is nice and quiet. i liked the way it is. there have been no major issues. let's go right to the bay bridge. it looks very good and it is nice and quiet, and hopefully it will stay this way for the next hour or so you can see traffic looks good on the same table bridge and on the dumbarton bridge four oh, one. let's get back to the headlines. thank you. well, if you bought a mega millions lottery jackpot tickets for last night's drawing. you don't have to check your numbers. no one had the winning now. numbers for the $830 million jackpot prize. now you can still check to see if you won any of these smaller prizes. the winning numbers in last night's drawing are 7 29 60
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63 66. the mega number is 15 now because of the huge jackpot people who don't normally buy lottery tickets rushed out to join the millions of people who do in many cases, families, friends, coworkers pulled their money, so if they hit the big one they could share and still have plenty of money. i'm a high school principal. and so my staff really believe that i am lucky until they pull the money and they gave it to me. and they said, can you buy and they searched their store, and they said this one ms pollard and her staff could still be lucky since no one won the big jackpot. friday's jackpot will be more than $1 billion, and there was one california ticket that did have all five of the regular numbers but did not have the mega number that ticket worth $2.9 million was sold in the town of baker in san bernardino county. also today, the federal
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reserve is wrapping up its latest policy meeting in the final result is expected to be another interest rate hike, the fed raised its key rate by three quarters of a percent at its last meeting. nearly all economists believe there will be another rate hike. today the only questions they have are how much now they some say it will be a half a percent increase. at least most are prepared for another three quarters percent. i think the fed stays hawkish. we're going to continue to see that because inflation in my opinion still hasn't come down enough yet. now that has many investors worried about a recession. we're going to find out what the decision is in a news conference by federal reserve chairman jerome powell at 11 30 today is also expected to explain the decision, which will give us some insight into where the fed thinks the u. s economy is headed for the rest of the year. time now, 403 salvador louise is still in the bay area hospital almost two weeks after an amtrak passenger train slammed into his tractor
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in oakland while he was clearing debris from a homeless camp. along the train tracks now this happened july 15th on 50th avenue and east eighth street. the family of louise says both of his legs have been amputated and there's bleeding in his brain. more surgeries are scheduled to try to save his life. louise is a 16 year employee of union pacific police search continues for the two men who shot and killed the food delivery driver in oakland 10 days ago, and now there's a $20,000 reward to catch the killers. can't petric fong was sitting in his car on july 17th when the two men approached his car and shot him is the latest crime that has shaken the little saigon neighborhood along international boulevard between second and 14th avenues. the oakland police chief says the department will name a liaison officer dedicated to that neighborhood. so we recognize that this community has not been invested in when it comes to
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police resources. they brought that to my attention over the last several months, my command staff has met with this community. so i understand in the incident that happened to mr fong just really exacerbated the issues that we were already dealing with in this area. and the police chief also said a similar strategy of bringing lots of resources into the chinatown area has had an effect on crime in that neighborhood, and he's hoping the same will happen in little saigon. a water park in walnut creek is closed today and for the foreseeable future, right at a time when it should be the most crowded. ktvu evan sernoffsky reports it's falling victim to the nation's supply chain disruptions were not happy that little bummed. you know, it's fun for the kids to come out, and it was a major bummer for families looking to cool off at the larky spray ground in walnut creek signs out front broke the news that the park's funky animals and slides would be dry. why for the foreseeable future, keeping the kids comfortable with water up.
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it's a big thing, especially from parents. julia barclay came to the splash area from orinda with her three year old samuel, or sad. about it. fortunately the pool next to the splash area is still open, walnut creek recreation explained that a region wide shortage of carbon dioxide prompted the closure of the splash area. seen here in better times. in a social media , post officials said. quote ceo too, is an important chemical used to treat the water that flows through the spray ground to assist with maintaining clear and safe conditions that meet county health department standards. workers told ktvu that supply chain issues caused their ceo to supply to run dry. normally this place would be teeming with kids. and i'd be getting soaked. but because of those supply chain issues, it's dry as a bone at the worst time
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of the year. we were definitely super bomb that there was no going down the slides, no playing with the creatures. hopefully next week does it come back that fast? i have no idea. michelle farmer recently moved to walnut creek and came to check out the splash area with her nieces. we need to realize that we became terribly familiar with a very convenient way of life and that that's just was never sustainable. the us has seen coatue shortages in the past, especially during the pandemic. we checked online with some of the biggest suppliers and found limited availability, but families like farmers refused to let the setback dampen their moods. we have fun in the pool. we don't need the splash pad who needs the plastic toys? anyways you can just have fun in the water, right creek, evan sernoffsky ktvu fox two news. thank you. time for seven. more progress reported this morning by cal fire and support cruz against the oak fire still burning in mariposa, counting the latest sport has that fire
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at 26% contained? that's more than double yesterday's number at this time, it has burned nearly 29 square miles. uh the number of buildings destroyed has been cut back to 41, but that number still includes homes . officers say this fire is especially difficult to fight because of where it is burning. in some places. the train is so steep that the guys are climbing hose lines in order to get to the next year and then in other cases, they can't even do that. so in those places, we just can't reach it. we're using dozer lines to try and put in some trails so the guys could hike and then we're hitting it as much as we can with aircraft. now as you can imagine, under those conditions, the air quality in and around yosemite national park and east to the sierra foothills has deteriorated since the oak fire started last friday. we want to show this video of the thick smoke look at this scene from one of yosemite's cameras, but it's also drifting north and
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west towards us. a spokesman for the bay area air quality management district explains how that smoke could affect us here. that smoke will probably cause hazy and smoky skies here in the bay, but fortunately it's not impacting air quality at the ground level, but holding area could see hazy skies and the smell of smoke and smoke impacts are really more possible at higher elevations. but it's important to stay vigilant. if you small smoke. you're likely breathing that smoke and it's really bad for our health. so if you can smell it, the best thing you can do is just head inside. keep your windows and doors closed. and for now, air quality officials expect to lift the air quality advisory tonight, but officials say they will extend that advisory if they think it's necessary. 409 is the time. let's check in with steve paulson. i know you're keeping an eye on that. so hopefully the weather's cooperating too much has ended up here too much, so yeah. high high above out higher elevation, so some could drift in here obviously, is the high builds to the north of flow
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around that could drag some in. we'll show you that in a second here, but it won't be at the service again. it will be an up in the hills and higher elevations, mainly about four and 5000 ft. tons of tropical moisture did lift north up over the sierra. we had our little band yesterday morning, but that cleared the area by about 10 o'clock in the morning. smoke forecast, depending on which forecast you look at it. you know there's always a bunch of them, but some of that could drift back and it looks like it will. but again, this is above about four or 5000 ft. up to 10,000 ft, not at the surface, little bit of activity finally popped over the sierra. we talked about that how this was all lifting northward. 50 sixties on the temps and over this year and some of that over the northern sacramento valley, northeast california now you can see that, but for us, it's pretty quiet. the high builds north pretty hot up in the pacific northwest, some records set around seattle yesterday. the low there's actually two of them one well to the west and one down off just to the southwest of us. so some ways you could eventually work its way up here. but for now, it's uh you know, second verse, same
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as the first sixties seventies eighties upper eighties on the temple. take a look at that extended outlook coming up about 10 minutes. all right. thank you. steve a couple in san francisco is warning others about someone trying to trick their way into people's homes up next what to look out for, especially if you're expecting a delivery. huge earthquake. a magnitude 7.0 hits the philippines. when we come back, we'll show you the first we'll show you the first pictures of the quake damage. we changed our fries to make 'em hot & crispy every single time. high-fryve! and every single time, toby insists we “high fryve.” high-fryve? high-fryve. high-fryve!! it'll catch on. right?! try wendy's hot & crispy fries! preferred almost 2:1 over mcdonald's.
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is on two in a seven point oh magnitude earthquake hit the philippines, killing at least four people and injuring dozens of others. the earthquake was centered in a mountainous area in the northern part of the country. it was felt in manila 200 miles away or taking a look
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at some of the damage. people rushed out of the office buildings and were evacuated from hospitals. the earthquake set off landslides and damaged buildings as well. president biden will meet virtually with chinese president xi jinping. tomorrow it will be the first conversation between the two leaders in four months, and it comes as there is new tension between the us and china over china's claims on taiwan the possibility of a visit to taiwan by house speaker nancy pelosi is adding new strains to the difficult relationship between the us and china. the chinese government has warned that it will take forceful measures if pelosi visits taiwan time is 4 14 union pacific plans of major upgrade but diesel locomotives to help reduce carbon emissions more than $1 billion will be spent by union pacific to overhaul 600 engines over the next three years that will cut about 210,000 tons of carbon emissions each year. equal to taking 45,000 cars off the road
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. what happening today? plastic waste collected from the pacific ocean will be loaded onto shipping containers and salsa lito and then taken to long beach. ktvu is amberleigh talked to the crew working out there. they showed us all the plastic pollution the collected in the ocean. the crew of the cow. i arrived in sausalito over the weekend after a 45 day voyage to collect items polluting the ocean between hawaii and california toothbrush and other plastic debris and abandoned fishing gear used by humans. the ocean is now being besieged by plastic waste, and so we have to do everything we can to change that. this is an annual cleanup effort by ocean voyages institute that started in 2009. the sausalito based nonprofit says on this most recent trip to the north pacific garbage patch , the crew collected £200,000 of plastics, bringing the total to
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£700,000 in the past four years. through member th terror. toray shows me how he operates the crane to help remove plastic waste from the ocean. he says he's been on three cleanup voyages every time i am excited when we go out excited, he says , because he and other crew members have removed abandoned fishing nets that kill marine life, he says when the item is large, he's had to dive into the water and use straps to the other side. like this to secure the item to the crane for removal. he says. he's seen marine animals trapped and killed in abandoned fishing nets . he's looking forward to the next cleanup mission. we're gonna try our best to collect and try to finish all the chest that has been around there. in a trier. so we're gonna try our best to collect them all having a healthy ocean makes a big difference to ocean life, and it makes a big difference to our own health. wednesday morning,
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crews removed the plastic waste containers to be shipped to a recycler in long beach ocean voyages institute says all the waste will be recycled into products or used for art projects and that nothing goes to a landfill or a dump and that donations fund the voyages in sausalito. amberleigh ktvu, fox two news. tough to see all that. they're they're doing good work , at least cleaned up. my goodness. steve paulson, the water temperatures we're looking out at the water there. the water temperatures have been pretty chilly. right cold. they're coming up a little bit little bit near average about 55 56, but, uh you know, they've been cold all the way back to april. a lot of moisture continues to rotate around, but we had a little hint of it yesterday morning. a lot of that now move northward around the flow of the highs that built north up in the pacific northwest. i mean, las vegas now up to tahoe. northeast california. we're just a little
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bit to the west of it. but that doesn't mean we can't get some here over the next couple of days. occasionally some higher clouds drift in, but the majority of its stays over the higher terrain except yesterday morning, briefly 60 seventies eighties to near 90 low clouds. breezy to windy. i mean, travis is up early here, rocking and rolling with the breeze already 29 gusts to 37 hang on, baby. napa west, concord, west south west oakland west, so nothing is really changed here fifties sixties on the temps. we are running a little cooler compared to yesterday. 50 sixties to the north. as well. in those water temps come up point. reyes comes up there about 50 for the water temps. so they're sitting at 54 a lot of fifties sixties as you head up towards lake county. little bit of activity popped over the mountains that has increased and it'll probably be the theme they're going forward . the high builds north, the low stays there, so really nothing much has changed, although against some of that activity could drift northward towards us. maybe by the weekend. really? we're just looking for the usual night morning fog and maybe a little drizzle sixties
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seventies eighties on the temps to near 90 degrees little warmer into friday, then it kind of eases up a little on the weekend. you guys all right? thank you. steve. san francisco voters will be asked in november to support new funding for the city's public schools. the board of supervisors announced the student success fund charter amendment now the measure will be on the november ballot. if approved, the amendment will provide up to $60 million a year in grants to the city's public schools. we can accomplish help accomplish together two things. we want to focus laser focus on the academic success of our students and on their social emotional wellness. supervisor say the proposed grant money would come from excess property tax revenue and would provide stable funding for supplemental programs that are tailored to each school. okay time for 19 superstar comedian dave chappelle in santa rosa will perform two shows tonight coming
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up, we'll tell you about the support he's getting from the bay area. despite the social media backlash about comments he made about the transgender community. plus a #### of a job coming to camp and went in that job and taking us real close to the super bowl, but we have moved on to trey. moving on from jimmy garoppolo to trey lands, the 49ers sent a clear message at the start of the training camp. and we hear george kittles. honest thoughts. - you okay? - there's a flex alert today
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morning. you know what day it is, too. wait super excited to be back. this is trace team and that's nothing against jimmy. we made that decision a year ago, and we're going with that, and we're not going to mess around with that anymore. um and i don't think we really have messed around with that much. but once we made that decision, we did, and jimmy understands that fully just his his progress from being a rookie day one of voters last year. through training camp for the season and then throw teases like throw teases last couple months is he's gotten better. i mean, i can see that i'm not gonna lie to you guys like he has gotten better. if he stunk, i tell you guys, he stunk. he doesn't all right. you heard it there. garoppolo had his physical yesterday afternoon. no word yet on how it went, but the team says he feels great, but we'll work on the side rehabbing and building more strength to his right shoulder. the nine are still hope that they can trade rather than release him. time is 4 23. we don't know if 49ers star deebo samuel will risk practicing today with the team
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is he is negotiating a new long term contract. 49ers general manager john lynch says they're talking but they're not close to a deal. that's compared to just three months ago when debo asked for a trade and would not take part in contract talks with the 49ers. we've had, really, uh productive and substantive talks . um you know, uh, you know, i don't want to get everyone all excited that something's imminent because we're not there yet, but you know, really hopeful that in the near future, we'll be able to you know, announce something that's exciting for everyone that's for other players, shanahan indicated it's more likely to porting niners will work on a new contract extension with nick bosa next year. the team has signed defensive lineman robert can dj while pass rusher dee ford will be released or will retire because he has a bad back. well today, the grounds crew at oracle park will turn it back into a baseball stadium from the soccer field. do you need more. so. there it is. last
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night. 14 times european. he's still going, yeah. 14 times. european champions real madrid played club america from mexico in an exhibition. the match ended in a 222 draw with club america, converting on a penalty kick. crowd excited as they watched the match featuring two of the most popular soccer teams in north america. even the world oracle park managers had planned for this event nearly a year in advance, and fans said watching a soccer match inside a baseball park is an experience like no other. it's a big deal. i mean, the giants organization there, you know, class orig and just see how much they care about other sports, you know their fan base branching out for soccer in
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this case, which isn't necessarily as popular as baseball and football. it means a lot. well this is the first soccer game at oracle park in nine years. it took the grounds crew about a week to get that venue ready for the soccer match . they don't have much time to switch it back into a baseball stadium. the giants return for a game tomorrow night. time is 4 26 is matters pleasant as this may sound flight disruptions forced to high school team, a group from the peninsula to spend a few extra days in europe. we'll tell you how everyone from congress to the state department worked to bring them home. all right. forget about mega millions. how about mega billion? we're going to tell you the estimated amount of friday night's mega lottery drawing and don't forget. now you can have the morning headlines delivered right to you by signing up for the ktvu newsletter just go to ktvu dot com slash email sign up for the daily service.
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warning that you should pay extra attention to anyone making a home delivery. and saint lorenzo library says it won't be intimidated. coming up the library begins a new monthly event in response to an act of intolerance. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto good morning. thank you for waking up with us here on morning sun to cook. good morning. i'm dave clark gets wednesday. july 27th . pam you're in the middle of the week. yes, we are. paulson is too. he's right here with your forecast. right where? right here where i am right here. yes, for once. we do have a pattern that is not changing. i mean, it is about as stuck as can be, although some change towards the tropical moisture moving north, where we had a little hint of that yesterday. but honestly, first verse, second verse. what you see is
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what you get. there's just not much change here. morning low clouds. breezy, sunny bayside inland. sixties seventies and eighties. let's go back to the anchors now. all right. thank you. steve napa county is reporting its first presumed case of the monkey pox virus, health officials say someone who lives in the county preliminarily tested positive after being exposed, but they are still awaiting confirmation from the cdc county says the resident is currently isolating . there have been at least 430 cases of monkeypox across california with about 215 in san francisco. more than 100, saratoga high school students and their parents are back home safe this morning. the group was there performing concerts in germany, austria and the czech republic. it was there in prague that they learned that lufthansa airlines had canceled their flight, and it could take weeks until another flight was available. and the first responses we were getting
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backwards. lufthansa was in maybe late august early september before we can get them all home. what did you what did you say? what did your wife say ? my wife just you know, my wife just died. there were they were stranded for four days until the u. s state department worked with lufthansa to charter a plane large enough to fly the group back to the bay area. lufthansa airlines, like many others around the globe, or canceling flights because of staffing issues. time now for 31, the city of san francisco is urging the state to hold off on plans to rush patients out of laguna hand a hospital, the board of supervisors passed resolutions to deal with the transfer and relocation of the patient's supervisors are urging health and human services secretary javier becerra. to stop the transfers of those people who are the most vulnerable. four people died after they were moved as part of a federally mandated closure plan of the hospital. three other patients died within days of being relocated. supervisors
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also want governor gavin newsom to declare a state of emergency . laguna honda is required by the u. s centers for medicare and medicaid. to move or discharge all of their patients by september. 13 time is 4 30 to 300, workers from the tenderloin housing clinic, saying they're going on strike today, the workers at the city funded clinic support 24 of san francisco's single room occupancy hotels. they say they'll be on picket lines this morning and we'll strike for 24 hours. it workers they they've been struggling with the years of turnover, burnout and short staffing as well as inadequate pay. the city of san francisco has made no comment on the plans for a strike also happening today, sonoma county will fight a court order that allows a homeless encampment to stay along. joe reducto try trail in santa rosa and the camp was supposed to be cleared out yesterday, but a federal judge
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issued a temporary restraining order, the judge ruled. that's an roma county and santa rosa or violating federal law like planning to evict without providing shelter options. we have an update now to a story we first told you about earlier this week, a warrant has been issued for the suspect accused of destroying a pittsburgh bakery and attacking its employees now pittsburgh police issued the warrant for 36 year old golani final. police say the suspect was asked to leave the star bread bakery on harbor street last year for not following covid protocols now he returned last week, and that's when the bakery manager says final shove the register. through the credit card machine , knocked over the plexiglass and smashed the donut display. police say he also assaulted employees your time now for 33 in san francisco, a couple there wants to alert residents about someone posing as a delivery driver who shows up at the front door, demanding a signature for a package. ktvu crime reporter
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henry lee shows us maybe a scheme to get you to drop your guard and let criminals into your home. surveillance video shows a man walking up to a home in san francisco and picking up a package that was already delivered. he takes a look at the label and then rings the bell and he said, hey, um there's a package here for you. you know, you have to sign for it. open the door. it happened on qatar street near san jose avenue in the city's mission terrorist neighborhood about 6 45 thursday evening, angelica santa maria and her husband weren't home at the time, her husband told the man remotely just to leave the package after sensing something was off, and the guy had walked up and picked that up and looked at the name. i saw my name. maybe figured it was woman. hey let me just see if i show up with the door, right? but the stranger wouldn't take no for an answer. still you know, he had some gall to still pretty much insists open the door several times. he's like. oh, we're not gonna get your package, then are you if you're so he started getting a little
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weird. after a few tries. her husband told the guy that he was on camera and just go ahead and take the package and leave and that's when he got mad and spit on the camera through the package at the gate left the package and left. santa maria thinks they fended off a would be home invader didn't care about the package. he just he wanted to gain access somehow, maybe, you know, get some money, rob us or get something in the house seems pretty insistent. the man was not in a uniform, although some who deliver packages don't wear them. he was carrying this distinctive small towel. santa maria and sfpd hope anyone who recognizes him will come forward. she tells me her surveillance cameras also caught the same man looking at her next door neighbor's home, possibly to look for a package there as well. henry lee ktvu, fox two news, all right. thank you, henry. starting today, the sale lorenzo library begins a new monthly series called every month is pride month. this is in response to the june incident in which members of the all male right wing group, proud boys disrupted a drag queen reading
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our library says this campaign affirms alameda county support. for the l g b t q. plus community ceremonies begin at 11 o'clock this morning, followed by a pride themed story time at 11 30. the public is also invited to decorate large puzzle pieces that will connect together and be displayed in the library. pam time is 4 36 on this wednesday morning. let's talk about your forecast as we're right in the middle of the week. stephen knows all the details. some of the details. details would take too long. okay all right. so we do have a lot going on up in the mountains , also in the pacific northwest, where it's hot for us. i've never seen a pattern last this long where it's just one day just rolls right into the other. now yesterday we had some of that tropical cloud cover, but it has lifted north water temps have come up. 53 bodega bay point raised in san francisco boy at 55. one of these days. one of these days, boy, moon bay and monterey buoys will work. one of these days. not today,
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though. sonoma mountains 72. i just looked at. of course, when i show it to you, it's not their mount diablo is 78 ben lomond mountain just shows 70. and that really hasn't changed at all in the last couple of days, so the url off continues to be warm. not not, i mean, it's been stuck there as well. change has been the moisture lifting northward so up in tahoe, which is seen everything, mainly east and south. now there in the window there for some activity and also up in northern sacramento valley. low clouds breezy to windy travis 29 gusta 37 that'll do it. that's a roaring delta breeze. so fifties sixties on the temps, we are running a smidge cooler than yesterday. 50 sixties here as well. east bay temps also brandy 56 59. piedmont, alameda is at 59, alamo 55 low clouds and fog or retreat back then it looks sunny. temperatures though they only changing sees that moisture lifting northward. a couple of things going on that high. guess that some record highs for seattle yesterday. it's up there not over us, and the moisture continues to go along the crest
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spine of this year and also into the northern sacramento valley. this low right here will eventually work its way towards us. probably late in the weekend early next week, as we go into august, it looks cooler. and as you can see for south lake tahoe and truck a little bit more activity here over the next couple of days, especially as we go into the weekend and maybe early next week, and even eureka looking for maybe a little rain from that little, but it won't be until early next week, 60 seventies eighties on the temps and really just dated a change is here. you guys going all the way into the weekend? alright steve. thank you, thomas for 38. so just so you know, nobody won last night's huge mega millions lottery jackpot. so you get another chance to win friday, but you may have won a smaller prize. so here are the lucky numbers from last night's drawing 7 29 60 63 66. the mega number is 15. there was one ticket sold in california they had all five of the regular numbers but did not have the mega number. it is worth $2.9
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million. but you probably don't have that ticket either. it was sold in the town of baker. that's down the hall halfway between l, a and las vegas so you do have another chance to win the mega millions lottery drawing on friday. right now, it's expected to top $1 billion , raising cane's placed a huge bet yesterday that fast food chain founder todd graves spent $100,000 buying each of his 50,000 employees. mega millions lottery ticket, he said, if anyone picked the winning tickets the payout would be split among all of the company's employees. raising cane's just opened the restaurant near the oakland airport. now the process to buy each employee a lottery ticket took almost eight hours. company executives had to go several times just several banks and gas stations to buy up all those tickets. i love that. yeah
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catching some eggs if they threw him, but at the end of the day, i'm here to support somebody. that is a um, staple in this material community and for us as people to hear what is the truth . last week, a comedy club in minneapolis did cancel chappelle's sold out show because of his jokes made about the transgender community. donald trump and mike pence appeared to be laying the groundwork for possible runs for the white house. now the two spoke at separate events in washington, d. c yesterday. it was the first time trump had been back in washington since he left office. he spoke before the america first policy institute, which is a think tank largely of former trump administration officials. made it great again and we did it by putting workers first by putting families first and above all by putting america first. but now our country has been brought to its knees. less than a mile away. mike pence
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addressed conservative college students at the young america's foundation. pence downplayed divisions between him and his former boss, saying, it's time to look forward. i don't know that the president and i differ on issues, but we may differ on focus. i truly do believe that elections are about the future. there's growing speculation that trump and pence could run against each other in 2024 time now for 40 for a lawyer in texas , credited with helping you create that state's abortion ban is now targeting medication to prevent hiv hearing was held tuesday in the texas federal court about a lawsuit involving the drug truvada. it's commonly known as prep the lawsuit just trying to let health providers deny access to that drug because of religious freedom arguments over the affordable care act, truvada is taken by some gay and bisexual men. the federal government is asking the judge
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to throw out that case. some house democrats want to set term limits for the u. s. supreme court. they say that will quote restore legitimacy independence to the nation's highest court. the democratic bill would allow the president to nominate court justices every two years. that would happen in the 1st and 3rd years after a president who election the supreme court justices could serve up to 18 years, and associated press survey finds two thirds of americans support term limits for members of the supreme court. and peninsula, congresswoman jackie speier says it's the best money she ever spent. she posted a photo on twitter of her paying a $50 fine for getting arrested along with other lawmakers last week, demonstrating for abortion rights. the congresswoman says she's proud to march with her democratic colleagues and get arrested for women's rights crime bill, co authored by east bay congressman eric swalwell,
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is headed to the president president biden for his signature. the homicide victims . families rights act just cleared the senate. now the bill aims to help solve the country's growing number of cold cases by allowing relatives of homicide victims to request every view of their loved ones. federal case after it has gone cold for three years, the measure calls for a full re investigation of the case to make sure new investigative tools and technologies are used. the principle of the body texas elementary school where 19 children and two teachers were killed, was placed on paid leave . on monday. mandy gutierrez was the principle of rob elementary school at the time of the may 24th mass shooting, a state report said she and her assistant knew about issues with the lock in the classroom where the rampage started. the report also found she failed to communicate a lockdown order over the school intercom. our time is now for 46. members of congress have now come up with
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it unexpected way to help solve the airline pilot shortage crisis. now there's legislation that would raise the mandatory retirement age for commercial airline pilot right now, those pilots must retire when they turn 65 years old. the new proposal would raise that to 67. although the older pilots would have to undergo physicals every six months to continue flying if the proposal does not past and expected, 5000 pilots would be forced to retire by the year 2020 for a shortage of qualified pilots is one of the reasons there have been so many airline flight delays this year. it is 4 47 more rain in the forecast today, believe it or not for the st louis missouri area. and it is still pouring. you see the pictures and steve talked about this yesterday, some parts of that area received up to a foot of rain. the weather experts are calling the storm of one in 1000
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year event. this historic rainfall shattered records that caused severe flooding as you can see the famous gateway arch in st louis was closed because of flooding. so far, the storm is left one person dead. it is shut down several this. this is just incredible. shut down several highways and transit service could be out or delayed for two weeks. all i could see was water. all i could see was water. it was up waist deep pass waste right here, right here in my kids out of the house. i had to put them on a door door. i ripped out. and i swam them from the from from where that s u v is all the way over here. now a state of emergency has been declared throughout the state of missouri. just incredible video damage to all those homes and cars, businesses. my gosh, extensive alright, let's check in with two poles and we've had some a lot of extreme weather
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and other parts of the country. really well, we're having this mild nervous when they say it once and 1000 year event. will probably happen in another year . yeah right happens once every 100 years. the next go out on a limb. yeah but the problem here is that not drying out. as dave mentioned there, there's still more rain. take a look. we'll go back 24 hours. i see a lot of stream and now you can, too. that was going pat. now there's this morning. they got a little break. now look just to the west there. i 70 i'd say rain is on the way. st louis had what 8.5 inches of rain. i know there was about a foot of rain in northwest. that's a lot of lot of remember. they went a long time without him, right all or nothing or nothing. tropical clouds monsoon, but i'll tell you, arizona if you're in the weather, if you're if you're into weather, you should read the discussions from the national weather service in phoenix. they are just i mean, they have a lot to talk about. also las vegas last been going on there. tahoe finally got in on some activity. i'll show you that, in a second water temps have come up 55 point race. 55
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san francisco so temperatures in the city i see divide 56 57. the big news in the city is the drizzle. our observer michael polanski near dubose park. not too far 14 100 for the month of july. the wettest july for him in san francisco since he started keeping records in 1982. is that a precursor to a wetter season for us, steve? maybe. maybe we'll see. july has no bearing on what happens later, but interesting that have a lot of drizzle. right one report in the outer outer sunset point. oh, 500 also morning fog. drizzle also some up in the oakland berkeley hills. i should add. there's been a couple of reports up there. fairfield gusting 37 mph napping. airport west at 15 fifties on attempts or sixties. everyone is very, very close here, these east bay tepes. i'll change this to show other areas. i just have too much to do, but so you'll get another look at the east bay taps and they're all pretty close. low clouds fog drizzle tropical clouds up over the mountains and otherwise we are in a pattern that is stuck stuck
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stuck. i mean the highs up in the pacific northwest, giving them record heat little bit more activity now for tahoe truck in the northern sacramento valley, we get the drizzle. sixties seventies eighties, maybe a little bit warmer for inland areas into friday, but a lot of tropical clouds look like they're on the way for the weekend. thank you, steve. the white house has launched a new website to help people understand and reduce the health risks of extreme heat. federal officials say he dot gov will provide the public with clear, timely and science based information about heat waves. extreme heat has been the greatest weather related cause of death in the us over the past 30 years, it's blamed for more than 700 deaths each year. the new website has maps, data and information that allows people and lawmakers to plan for extreme heat weeks or even months ahead, the white house says, addressing the climate crisis, including extreme heat has been a top priority for the biden harris administration.
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summertime is normally the busiest time of year for walnut creek water park, especially with all that heat, and instead it is closed. coming up the region wide shortage that's forcing it to shut down. we're monitoring that oak fire burning yosemite national park near the area, the impact that fire is having on air quality and the effects of all that smoke. and she is the most famous woman pilot of all time now. amelia earhart will be honored today on earhart will be honored today on capitol hill. frosty time is kinda like "you time", if "you time" tasted like a frosty. hey willie! can i get a hand with this? you got this brother. i know you've been working out. please, this is pretty heavy. that's why i got the small man. when it's frosty time... choose wisely. choose wendy's new strawberry frosty.
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to it's 4 54, and today, a neighborhood in oakland is honoring a police officer who died rescuing trapped homeowners in the 1991 firestorm officer john gribbin ski was among 25 people who died in that fire. authorities found his body with a woman who was trying to pull
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to safety. today's tribute features a dedication ceremony for a bench recognizing group penske's bravery. we have an update on an oakland skimming story that first ktvu first reported last week. now the oakland police department released these photos take a look which show a man who is wanted for tampering with a credit card machine at the 7 11 store on grand avenue. it happened on the night of july. 16th police say surveillance video shows the man applying a skimmer machine on the debit card machine skimmers record a person's card number and pin for fraudulent use anyone within formacion about that man is asked to call oakland police. a burglar in san rafael returned to the scene of the crime after he forgot his own keys inside a doughnut companies corporate office. police say he stole cash from johnny donuts office saturday night. they also say he took keys to a bakery truck, but i didn't steal it. san rafael police say they need the public's help to identify this
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man in the video. take a look. representatives from johnny donuts did not immediately return a request. for comment. drug overdoses claimed the lives of more than 100,000 americans last year on capitol hill senator spoke to leading health experts about some of the best ways to address the crisis. fentanyl alone kills more than 66,000 people each year. that drug is 50 to 100 times stronger than morphine. now it's being added to other substances sold online and taken by unsuspecting teenagers and adults. the senate help committee wants to know what's being done to stop it and save lives. that knows killing over 200 americans a day. in 2021. we saw the largest annual increase in opioid deaths and 50 years. experts say fentanyl is coming in from mexico and through the mail and via ports. lawmakers say there needs to be better screening all around. new sleep guidelines have been issued for babies. this is
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coming from the american academy of pediatrics. the academy is urging parents to make sure their newborn sleep on their backs and on flat surfaces. some of the new recommendations for parents include making sure they are not using strollers, swings or baby carriers to help their baby fall asleep. they say this actually causes more sleeping problems in the future. they encourage parents to sleep in the same room as their babies for at least the first six months. nearly 3500 infants die from sleep related deaths in the united states every year. the national highway traffic safety administration is opening an investigation into some ford broncos nearly 26,000 of last year's ford bronco. suvs will be examined after multiple owners reported loss of motor power at highway speeds. ford says the issue involves the engine locking the n h. t s a says there has not been any injuries or crashes from the engine issue , but ford has recalled 45 recalls so far this year. the
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most of any u. s carmaker. twitter shareholders will vote on elon musk's proposal to buy the company in september. twitter has scheduled to vote for september. 13th this comes as the company is taking musk to court over his the deal. the trs expected to take place in october. twitter executives say they want to hold musk accountable to his part of the deal rather than a monetary settlement. shareholders are expected to vote in favor of the deal, which would value the company at $44 billion. the san jose sharks have a new coach this morning, sharks general manager mike greer introduced david quinn as the new coach during a news conference at s a p center. quinn previously coached the new york rangers. the sharks have undergone an organizational overhaul after missing the playoffs for a third straight season for the first time in franchise history. we want to bring back that winning culture that has been here for a long, long time. and i know the last three years have been difficult, but i also think
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that's been a byproduct of the success that the sharks have had over the last 15 to 20 years. sometimes you go through a little bit of a dip when you've been as successful as a sharks have for such a long period of time. now the sharks begin their preseason with a game against the los angeles kings. september 25th well today, house speaker nancy pelosi will be part of the ceremony, dedicating a statue of aviation legend amelia earhart at the us capitol. erhard was the first woman to make a solo flight across the atlantic ocean . she also started her 1937 attempt to fly around the world. in oakland. she and her navigator fred noonan, disappeared during the flight somewhere near the equator. the pacific ocean erhard statue will represent kansas in the national statuary hall at the capitol. $1 billion. that's what's in the mega millions lottery jackpot this morning because no one had the winning numbers last night, the next drawing friday night we'll tell you what's on the
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line. and the big announcement expected later today by the federal reserve board, and both investors and economists are anxiously waiting. how much will interest rates go up? from ktvu . fox two news. this is mornings on to welcome morning to you. and we thank you for joining us. welcome the morning, john, too. i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook wednesday morning, july 27th steve keeping an eye on our weather that we had a little bit of that rain and some thunder and lightning yesterday , any of that today, but we have a lot of drizzle on the coast and in san francisco measurable amounts, so, you know it all counts. if you look at the reindeer, and i do because i i'm a reindeer guy, not a water your gut. we all have our video secrecy is there but san francisco observers have already picked up 14 100 for the month has since 1982 since he's been reporting at that location, but for the monsoon moisture continues to live northward. hey stuck pattern continues, and
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that's one of my weather. rules of thumb stuck. patterns stay stuck. morning fog coast. sf drizzle. sunny breezy, warm all the windy out towards travis up to about 35 miles an hour out of the west southwest sixties seventies and eighties. alright, sal is here now. hopefully it's still quiet at five o'clock in the morning. uh pardon me, it is steve. so far, we do have a nice looking commute out there. we can go to the bay bridge and take a look at that. it does look very good. if you are driving into san francisco. it's a very nice drive with no major issues. no problems here on the same tale bridge if you're driving across to the peninsula , and we've had a pretty decent commute. on the peninsula and in the south bay at 501. let's get back to the headlines. okay south. thank you. well, the crew aboard of sausalito ship is back here in the bay area after removing hundreds of thousands of pounds of plastic waste from the ocean. ktvu is amanda quintana is in sausalito to tell
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us what's going to happen to that plastic ways now. good morning, amanda. good morning. yes. ocean voyages institute. they were out at sea for 45 days they were collecting plastics that were polluting the ocean in between california and hawaii. now on this recent trip to an area known as the great pacific garbage patch, they collected a lot of plastics out there. £200,000 of plastic. now that's adding up to £700,000 that they've removed from the ocean in just the last four years. as small as toothbrushes and as big as abandoned fishing nets that were killing marine wildlife. and they needed a crane to remove them. this is a cleanup effort that has happened every year since 2009 all paid for by donations. ocean is now being besieged by plastic waste. and so we have to do everything we
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can to change that to try our best to collect. and try to finish all the chest that has been around there. trier. so we're gonna try our best to collect them all. yeah it's gonna be now that the plastic is here. it moves on to the next step in this process, so this morning crews will be moving all of that plastic waste two containers for it to be shipped to a recycler in long beach, and all the waste will be turned into products or used for art projects. now the good news is that the institute says that nothing nothing that they collected. out at sea will go to landfill or dump. instead it will all get a new life once it is sent to that recycler in long beach. live in salsa. lito amanda kintanar ktvu fox two news. alright thank you, amanda . a new state audit says the water that comes out of the tap for more than 900,000. californians is unsafe to drink. and that the state is an acting
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fast enough to help clean it up. now, the state auditor says the number of failing water systems has continued to rise in the last five years. many are small water systems and rural disadvantaged communities. they can apply for state funding to improve the water quality, but the process is complicated and can take years. many of these water systems are actually very small water systems, and they don't always have the internal expertise to get through the application process or to even facilitate the right steps to go forward in terms of improving their water systems. we talked with people every day. we have great conversations. we have projects moving forward, and then it gets to the point where it's time to fund something. it'll take a year or more to get a funding agreement in place. and those are lots of days taking by wind folks are drinking contaminated drinking water. now, the state auditor says nearly one million people in california are drinking water that's contaminated with e. coli excessive amounts of fluoride and a variety of metals. pam
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time is five. oh, four. if you bought a mega millions lottery jackpot ticket for last night's drawing. you don't have to check your numbers. no one had the winning numbers for that $830 million jackpot prize. now you can still check to see if you want any of these smaller prizes, though the winning numbers in last night's drawing off aarp 7 29 60 63 66. the mega number is 15 now because of the huge jackpot people who don't normally buy lottery tickets rushed out to join the millions who do in many cases, families, friends, coworkers pulled their money so that if they hit the big one they could share and still have plenty of money. i'm a high school principal. and so my staff really believe that i am lucky until they pull the money and they gave it to me. and they said, can you buy and they searched their store, and they said this one well, miss
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pollard and her staff could still be lucky since no one won the big jackpot. friday's jackpot will be more than $1 billion, and there was one california ticket that did have all five of the regular numbers but did not have the mega number . that ticket worth $2.9 million was sold in the town of baker in san bernardino county. well. today, the federal reserve is wrapping up its latest policy meeting, and the final result is expected to be another interest rate hike. the fed raised its key rate by three quarters of a percent at its last meeting. nearly all economists believe there will be another rate hike today. the only question is they is how much now some say it could be a half a percent increase. most are prepared for another three quarters percent. i think the fed stays hawkish. we're gonna continue to see that because inflation in my opinion still hasn't come down enough yet. that has many investors worried about a recession. we're going to find out what the decision is in a news conference
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by federal reserve chair jerome powell at 11 30 today. he is also expected to explain the decision, which will give us some insight into where they fed thinks the u. s economy is headed for the rest of the year. time is now. 507 salvador louise is still in the bay area hospital almost two weeks after an amtrak passenger train slammed into his tractor in oakland while he was clearing debris from a homeless encampment along the tracks. this happened july 5/15 on 50th avenue in east state street. the family of salvador louise says both of his legs have been amputated and there's bleeding in his brain. more surgeries are scheduled to try to save his life. salvador louise is a 16 year employee of union pacific, and the police search continues this morning, but the two men who shot and killed the food delivery driver in oakland 10 days ago, and now there's a $20,000 reward for catching the killer khan. patrick fung was sitting in his car on july 17th when the two men approached his car and shot him. it's the
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latest crime that has shaken the little saigon neighborhood. long international boulevard between second and 14th avenues. the oakland police chief says the department will be naming a liaison officer dedicated to that neighborhood. we recognize that this community has not been invested in when it comes to police resources. they brought that to my attention. over the last several months, my command staff has met with this community. so i understand and the incident that happened to mr fong just really exacerbated the issues that we were already dealing with in this area. the police chief also said a similar strategy of bringing lots of resources entered the chinatown area has had an effect on crime in that neighborhood, and he's hoping for the same in little saigon supply chain issues are hitting in east bay water park at the peak of the summer season . the larky spray ground features climbing structures, slides and spray animals. it's a place for children to cool off, especially if they don't feel comfortable in the swimming pool
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yet, but it shut down now because of the larky swim center can't get enough of the carbon dioxide it needs for the splash pads sanitation system and the closure took a lot of families by surprise. yeah, we were definitely super band that there was no going down the slides, no playing with the creatures. hopefully, next week. does it come back that fast? swim center , officials say even they don't know when they will be able to reopen because it all depends on how soon they can get the new stock of carbon dioxide. they say the splash pad and the swimming pools operate on two different sanitizing system. so the larky and clark swim center pools will stay open. officials promised to post on their website as soon as they know when that splash pad will be able to open again. alright, pam . time is 5,000,000,009. will more progress reported this morning by cal fire and their support cruz against the oak fire still burning in mariposa county. the latest report has that fire at 26% contained.
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that's more than double yesterday's number at this time , it has burned nearly 29 square miles. the number of buildings destroyed has been cut back to 41, but that number is still includes homes. officers say this fire is especially difficult to fight because of where it's burning. in some places. the train is so steep that the guys are climbing hose lines in order to get to the next year and then another cases that can't even do that. so in those places, we just can't reach it. we're using dozer lines to try and put in some trails so the guys could hike and then we're hitting it as much as we can with aircraft. as you can imagine, under those conditions, the air quality in and around yosemite and east to the sierra foothills has deteriorated since the oak fire started last friday. take a look at this video showing you all that thick smoke is seen from one of the cameras in yosemite, but it's also drifting north and west towards us as spokesman for the bay area air quality management district explains how all that smoke could affect us
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here. that smoke will probably cause hazy and smoky skies here in the bay, but fortunately it's not impacting air quality. at the ground level, the whole bay area could see hazy skies and the smell of smoke and smoke impacts are really more possible at higher elevations. but it's important to stay vigilant. if you small smoke. you're likely breathing that smoke and it's really bad for our health. so if you can smell it, the best thing you can do is just head inside. keep your windows and doors closed. air quality officials expect to lift the air quality advisory tonight, but it will be extended if they think it's necessary. alright 5. 11 is the time and steve has been saying you don't really think it's going to be hazy here elevations okay up in the hills, but not at the surface like we were showing . not like not like that. okay st. louis will start there because it's still raining. i mean, it's just nonstop. they got a little bit of a break after a foot of rain fell in northwest st louis. there's your
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break. now look right upstream. there's more. i mean, it's going to continue so chris henry and our good friend down there in morgan hill says tons of rain now why don't they call that an atmospheric river and they are? that's an excellent question. i don't know the answer. maybe they do. if that happened here, that's all you'd hear. is an atmospheric river, but i'll have to dig into that. but chris, you asked a very good question. i don't know the answer right off the top of my head, though, but i'll look into it. we have some drizzle here. sunset district point oh, five dillon beach point. oh, four. the database point. oh three and mint hill, the official nws site in san francisco 30.1 or observer michael polanski with two giving him 14 100 for the month of july, the wettest since he started keeping records in 1982 . what is july a lots of tropical clouds, that's for sure. but a lot of it staying north and east. also over this year, it made it up into the tahoe region. drizzle coast and bay sunny inland. look at the breeze. they're still coming down a little bit. augusta 31 to
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travis was up to 37 miles an hour fifties sixties on the temps really kind of close here. same on the peninsula. water temps have come up. so that's why montara pacific and pillar point or warmer, upper fifties low sixties. so a mild morning here, low clouds and fog in place. drizzle in place. no tropical clouds for us, at least not now. but northern sacramento valley, northeast california dealing with it the highs up in seattle, and it's giving them record heat. but for us very quiet except up in the mountains where it's starting to pick up. we could well see a lot of drizzle, but we could get some tropical clouds here on the weekend. sixties seventies eighties on the temps, maybe a little bit warmer inland, but really very quiet pattern for us. all right. thank you, steve a couple in san francisco, warning others about someone trying to trick their way into people's homes up next what to look out for, especially if you are expecting a delivery. huge earthquake hits the philippines of magnitude seven point. oh
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when we come back, we'll show you the first pictures of the damage caused by that quake.
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to a seven point oh magnitude earthquake hit the philippines, killing at least five people in injuring dozens of others. the earthquake was centered in a mountainous area. you can see some of the damage, though in the northern part of the country, it was felt in manila 200 miles away. people rushed out of office buildings and were evacuated from hospitals. the earthquake set off landslides and damaged buildings. president biden will meet virtually with chinese president xi jinping. tomorrow it will be the first conversation between the two leaders and four months and comes as there is new tension between the us and china over china's claims on taiwan the possibility of a visit to taiwan
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by house speaker nancy pelosi is adding new strains to the difficult relationship between the us and china. the chinese government has warned that it will take forceful measures if pelosi visits taiwan. 5 17 union pacific plans of major upgrade of its diesel locomotives to reduce carbon emissions more than $1 billion will be spent by union pacific to overhaul 600 engines over the next three years. that will cut about 210,000 tons of carbon emissions every year. that's equal to taking 45,000 cars off the road. domino's pizza filling jobs today at its supply chain center in hayward, domino's has more than 19,000 stores worldwide. global retail sales reached nearly $18 billion last year. today's hiring event is at its facility on san antonio street near haman street. jobs include drivers, customer service representatives, maintenance technicians, warehouse workers. and production associates. interviews on a first come first
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serve basis. walk ins are welcome. lunch will be served. i'm guessing it's pizza job fair goes from 11 30 this morning until 4 30 this afternoon. holiday retail company is offering a killer opportunity for this upcoming holiday season spirit halloween is planning to hire more than 35,000, seasonal associates and manager positions that more than 1400 stores in the u. s and canada. spirit says these jobs come with perks that include premium pay incentives, flexible scheduling. competitive salary and a store discount for those interested in working for spirit. halloween this fall. you can find out more information at work force spirit .com. the bay area's hot housing market continues to cool off a bit. the california association of realtors reports the median price for an existing single family home in the bay area dropped 7% last month that pushed the average bay area home price down from $1.5 million to 1.4 million real estate analysts
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say rising interest rates and home staying on the market longer. are forcing sellers to drop their asking price is a bit, but they also say there's still a housing shortage in the bay area, so prices aren't likely to drop as much anytime in the near future. our time now, 5 19. some surgeons are now using robots to treat their patients in the operating room. they davinci surgical robot can be used for very complex surgical procedures. the surgeon controls the robots for arms guiding it is it performs very delicate task, medical experts say, because of robot reforms with the highest level of accuracy and actually helps reduce the hospital stay of patients after their operation. they have a lot less nerve damage. you can see it there. function is way better tell me they feel so i feel as if they haven't had an operation. the company that makes davinci says more than 6500 of the robots have been installed and more
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than 60 countries, and that includes the united states. alright 5 19 is the time back over to steve paulson any surprises for anyone today and weather? just me knowing i'm on other than that you're on tv all that. oh that there's a lot of drizzle in san francisco. lot of reports coming in here also up around bodega bay, and i'll show you that here in a second, but no more tropical moisture for now, maybe a little bit later here. we are looking for some of that maybe on the weekend, but once my computer starts to get put a quarter in there, there it goes. morning fog. drizzle a breezy to windy, sunny inland. nice to mild to warm depending on how far inland you are napa airport west at 15, fairfield, 24 augusta, 31 mph. fifties on most of the temps sixties, everyone's very close with lower lake and san carlos and free minor. all 60 that tells you everyone's within a couple of, you know, right in the same ballpark. water temps have come
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up so coastal temps have gone up santa cruz 55 55 in boulder creek and sixties now around san jose, santa clara, saratoga, cupertino, with 56. morgan hill and san martin. but a nice pattern for the santa clara valley. they've had the morning overcast overcast for us tropical clouds, not over tahoe , so giving them into the window now for some possible thunderstorm activity, also northern sacramento valley, northeast california the highs up in the pacific northwest, giving them record heat couple little lows. they're going to influence our weather. one would drizzle, maybe some rain towards eureka. down north, humble county that would be late in the weekend early next week, a little bit of activity over trucking and south lake tahoe and more drizzle for the coast in san francisco. so we are stuck in a pattern sixties seventies eighties on the temps. really little change, maybe slightly warmer inland into friday, but there are some tropical classes like cool down, dave on the weekend. okay see time. 0.5 21 superstar comedian dave chappelle in santa rosa will perform two shows tonight coming up the support he's
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getting from some here in the bay area, despite the social media backlash and protests about comments he made about the transgender community. plus two popular soccer clubs take over san francisco's oracle park when we come back the big crowd that watched a soccer match at the home of the
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four in san francisco. one family is alerting the public about someone posing as a delivery driver who comes to your front door, demanding a signature for a package delivery . ktvu crime reporter henry lee says it may be a scheme for criminals to get into your house. surveillance video shows a man walking up to a home in san francisco and picking up a package that was already delivered. he takes a look at the label and then rings the bell and he said, hey, um, there's a package here for you. you know, you have to sign for
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it. open the door. it happened on qatar street near san jose avenue in the city's mission terrorist neighborhood about 6 45 thursday evening, angelica santa maria and her husband weren't home at the time. her husband told the man remotely just to leave the package after sensing something was off, and the guy had walked up and pick that up and looked at the name. my name. maybe figured it was woman. hey let me just see if i show up on the door, right? but the stranger wouldn't take no for an answer. still you know, he had some gall to still pretty much insists open the door several times. he's like. oh, we're not gonna get your package, then are you if you're so he started getting a little weird. after a few tries. her husband told the guy that he was on camera and to just go ahead and take the package and leave and that's when he got mad and spit on the camera through the package at the gate left the package and left. santa maria thinks they fended off a would be home invader didn't care about the package. he just he wanted to gain access somehow, maybe, you know, get some money , rob us or get something in the house seemed pretty insistent.
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the man was not in a uniform, although some who deliver packages don't wear them. he was carrying this distinctive small towel. santa maria and sfpd hope anyone who recognizes him will come forward. she tells me her surveillance cameras also caught the same man looking at her next door neighbor's home, possibly to look for a package there as well. henry lee ktvu fox studios , henry thank you. time is 5 26 starting today, the san lorenzo library starts a new monthly series it's called every month is pride mod. it's a response to the incident back in june, where members of the all male right wing group, the proud boys disrupted that drag queen reading our library officials say this campaign to firms alameda county support for the l g b t q. plus community ceremonies begin this morning at 11 o'clock. lock it will be followed by a pride theme story time at 11 30, the public is invited to decorate large puzzle pieces that will connect
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together to be displayed in the library. well today, the grounds crew at oracle park in san francisco will turn the ground back into a baseball stadium from being a soccer field. we need more. so oh, i wish i could say it that long. yeah. last night 14 times european champions real madrid played club america from mexico in an exhibition match. the match ended in a 22 draw with club america, converting on a penalty kick. the crowd watched the match featuring two of the most popular soccer teams in the world. oracle park managers had planned for this event almost a year in advance, the ban said, watching a soccer match inside of a baseball park is an experience like no other. it's a
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big deal. i mean, the giants organization there, you know, class, or g, um and just see how much they care about other sports, you know their fan base branching out for soccer in this case, which isn't necessarily as popular as baseball and football . it means a lot. it took the grounds crew about a week to get the park ready for a soccer match, and they really don't have a lot of time to switch it back into a baseball stadium. the giants have a home game tomorrow. time now, 5 28. it's not as pleasant as it may sound flight disruptions for state peninsula high school group to spend a few more days in europe will tell you how everyone from congress to the state department worked to bring them home, and 49ers fans have a chance to watch the 49 years go through their first training camp practice today. coming up. the 49ers talked about what is next for quarterbacks trey lance and jimmy garoppolo.
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okay of monkeypox in a new county here in the bay area will tell you where that it has surfaced. jimmy did a #### of a job coming to camp and winning that job and taking us real close to the super bowl, but we have moved on to trey. moving on from jimmy garoppolo to trey lands, the 49ers sent a clear message at the start of training camp. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto morning if you're just joining us, thank you for waking up this morning sun too. i'm pam cook. good morning. i'm dave clark. it's wednesday, july 27th you ready for the middle of the week, right? definitely ready for steve's forecast? yes she has no choice. there you go. he's here . like it or not. exactly we have a lot of drizzle on the
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coast in san francisco. it's a drizzle fest for many and temperatures, not really changing all that much. no lightning expected today as we had yesterday. it's up over the sierra. really i don't think a lot of smoke and maybe higher elevations coming in. but the prevailing wind as west southwest that won't do it. upper atmosphere, maybe a little more of an easterly direction, but it's as a stuck pattern is stuck patterns can be with only subtle changes, sixties seventies and eighties 5 32 on a wednesday south sheriff, i got to get out of the house. i gotta get going. how are things does look good, steve. so far, it's a nice looking drive if you are driving lunch the issue of freeway heading out to the macarthur bays. it looks very good with no danger problems there. if you're driving to the bay bridge, we still have a light commute at the toll plaza, and it has been a nice looking commute on the same mateo and on the dumbarton bridge, so we're off to a nice start. 5 32, let's get back to the desk. all right,
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thank you. sal napa county is reporting its first presumed case of monkeypox, health officials say someone who lives in the county preliminarily tested positive. after being exposed. they are still awaiting confirmation from the cdc. napa county says the resident is currently isolating. there have been at least 430 cases of monkeypox across california, 215 in san francisco time now, 5 33 . here's an update from the east bay city of pittsburgh about a story we first told you about earlier this week now warrant has been issued for the suspect accused of destroying a bakery in pittsburgh and attacking its employees. pittsburgh police issued the warrant for 36 year old golani. for now, police say the suspect was asked. to leave the star bread bakery on harbor street last year for not following the covid protocols, but he came back last week, and that's when the bakery manager says, for now shove the cash register through the credit card machine, knocked over the
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plexiglass and smashed the donut display. police say he also attacked the store employees. more than 100, saratoga high school students and their parents are back home safe this morning, the group was performing concerts in germany, austria and the czech republic. it was there in prague that they learned that the lufthansa airlines had canceled their flight, and it could take weeks until another flight was available. and the first responses we were getting backwards. lufthansa was in maybe late august early september before we can get them all home. what did you what did you say? what did your wife say ? my wife just you know, my wife just died. they were stranded for four days until the u. s. state department worked with lufthansa to charter a plane large enough to fly the group back to the bay area. lufthansa airlines, like many others around the globe, are canceling flights because of staffing issues at 5 30 for the city of
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san francisco, urging the state to hold off on plans to rush patients out of laguna honda hospital, the board of supervisors passed resolutions to deal with the transfer and relocation of patients. supervisors are urging. health and human services secretary jury javier bezerra to stop the transfers of those patients who are the most vulnerable now four people died after they were moved as part of a federally mandated closure plan. three other patients died within days of being relocated. supervisors also one governor gavin newsom to declare a state of emergency . laguna honda hospital is required by the u. s. centers for medicare and medicaid to move or discharge all patients by september, 13. yeah. time is 5 35 300 employees from the tenderloin housing clinic in san francisco are planning a strike today, the workers at the city funded clinic support 24 of san francisco, single room occupancy
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hotels, and they say they will hit the picket lines this morning and be on strike for 24 hours. they complain they've been struggling with the years of turnover, burnout, short staffing and low pay. the city has made no comment on the street. right plans also happening today. sonoma county will fight a quart ordered that allows a homeless encampment in santa rosa. to stay along joe redondo trail. the camp was supposed to be cleared yesterday , but a federal judge issued a temporary restraining order judge ruled that sonoma county and santa rosa are violating federal law planning and eviction without providing options for shelter. fire burning in mariposa county has destroyed 25 homes, leaving some people with nothing. all of my daughter's paintings and pictures. every memory. all the photographs and the albums all for my children growing up. erin
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and heather martinez lost their rented house and everything in it in the fire. they say they had previously been denied fire coverage and they're renters insurance because of their location in the mountains. now the couple is trying to figure out what to do next. we're not even sure where we're supposed to go supposed to propose has been our home for the last 20 years and now there's no rentals up here because of all these fires. i keep happening and we're not really sure what we're supposed to go or what we're supposed to do now. the red cross has set up shelters as more evacuations are possible and more people may need a place to stay time now. 5 37 you heard. steve paulson. st louis, missouri is getting even more rain today. and it is still pouring. yes some parts of that area have received up to a foot of rain, and all you have to do is look at your tv screen. the forecast calls this storm one in 1000 year event, steve says it
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could be more even more they historic rainfall shattered records cause extreme flooding as you see here, the famous gateway arch in st louis was closed because of flooding. so far, this storm has left one person dead. it is shut down several highway ways as you see on your screen. and transit service and save lewis is out or could be delayed for two weeks. all i could see was water. all i could see was water. it was up waist deep pass waste right here , right here in my kids out of the house. i had to put him on a door door. i ripped out. and i swam them from from from where that s u v is all the way over here. no state of emergency has been declared throughout the state of missouri. boy if you have family or friends in that i didn't have extended family as well in the scary thing is steve, you are showing the pattern. they're they're getting more range more on the way they
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had a little bit of a break. once this all ends. you think it'll be humid there? oh boy. i mean, if that temperature jumps and they get sunshine back in nineties, unbelievable that they're not done. there's still more here's you see on radar here st louis greatest 24 hour record rainfall and their history about 8.5 as david mentioned about a foot northwest part of town. look at that. there's still more on the way so they are not done yet. we have a little bit of drizzle here. sunset district point oh, five dillon beach point. oh, four, bodega bay three and mint hill. the official national weather service site 0.1 or observer near devos park at 0.2. tropical clouds, monsoon clouds just going just going bonkers. we had a little hint of that yesterday . it is now lifted north, but it has included tahoe in the mix now so morning fog. drizzle breezy to windy, sunny inland. nice too mild to warm or hot,
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depending on your definition, onshore breeze for many or wind out towards travis up to 31. they've been up to 37 mph. about as close as you can get on the temps. i mean, when san carlos brentwood lower like we're all 60, that in fremont that tells you it's ice a thermal everyone's clothes doesn't matter if it's coast bay or inland. still low clouds drizzle some of that tropical cloud deck. could actually make it here for us, but probably not until later in the week or over the weekend, the highest built up in the pacific northwest. couple of lows will keep us in this stuck pattern. that's the seer is looking for a little bit more in the way of thunderstorm activity. you can see south lake tahoe and truckee little bit north, more starting to pick up and there'll be a lot of drizzle, continuing from monterey to san francisco, and maybe even some light rain up in northwest california. really next week as we go into august 60 seventies eighties on the temps inland temps might bump up a little bit, but really very quiet pattern for us all the way into the weekend. all right. thank you. steve, growing from
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san francisco to hawaii, and just about a month coming at six. coming up at six o'clock, you're gonna meet the all women's rowing team that just arrived on the sandy shore of hawaii and the supreme court decision to overturn roe versus wade angered a group of congressional democrats coming up. we have details of their proposal to rein in the nation's highest court.
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covid has been a really long fight. as a father, i want to give the best tools to protect my kids. so what can we do to get back to that sense of normalcy? many parents are asking if it is worth it
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to get their kids vacinated against covid. and the answer is yes. it's an added layer of protection. it's safe and effective for children. it's definitely safer than getting the virus. so if you have questions or concerns about the vaccine... we're here to help. 43 we want to give you an update on the condition of tv star tony dow, but the old leave it to beaver joan, his family says 77 year old tony dow, is in hospice in his final hours because of cancer. tony dow is known for playing wally cleaver, the older brother of beaver cleaver on the
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leave it to beaver shop. superstar comedian dave chappelle is here in the bay area for three nights of stand up comedy shows in santa rosa. two of his shows are tonight at seven and 10:30 p.m. the shows have sold out that the luther burbank center for the arts despite an online petition calling for the center to cancel those shows, some consider his jokes about the lgbtq community and the recent netflix special to be transphobic. but his supporters, his fans spoke out in support of it. i was planning on catching some eggs if they threw him, but at the end of the day, i'm here to support somebody. that is a um, staple in this material community and for us as people to hear. what is the truth? last week club in minneapolis. did cancel dave chappelle sold out show because of the jokes he made about the transgender community that
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sonoma county lgbt q plus group began an online petition asking that the luther burbank center for the arts, do the same thing and canceled chappelle's shows here in the bay area right now. more than 500 signatures have been collected. donald trump and mike pence appeared to be laying the groundwork for possible runs for the white house. the two spoke at separate events in washington, d. c yesterday. it was the first time trump had been back in washington since he left office. he spoke before the america first policy institute, a think tank made up mostly of former trump administration officials. made it great again and we did it by putting workers first by putting families first and above all by putting america first. but now our country has been brought to its knees. less than a mile away. mike pence addressed conservative college students at the young america's foundation. pence downplayed
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divisions between him and his former boss, saying, it's time to look forward. i don't know that the president and i differ on issues, but we may differ on focus. i truly do believe that elections are about the future. there's growing speculation that trump and pence could run against each other in 2020 for our time now, 5 46. some house democrats want to set term limits for the u. s supreme court. they say this will quote restore legitimacy independence to the nation's highest court. the democratic bill would allow the president to nominate supreme court justices every two years. that would happen in the 1st and 3rd years after a presidential election. the court justices could serve up to 18 years, and associated press survey finds two thirds of americans support term limits for supreme court justices and members of congress have come up with an unexpected way to help solve the airline pilot shortage
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crisis. now there's legislation that would raise the mandatory retirement age for commercial airline pilots. right now, those pilots have to retire when they turn 65. the new proposal would raise that too. 67 although the older pilots would have to undergo physicals every six months in order to keep flying now, if this proposal does not pass about 5000 pilots would be forced to retire by the year 2020 for a shortage of qualified pilots is one of the reasons they have been so many airline flight delays this year. well it is the first day of 49ers training camp and the public is invited to watch the team will take to the field and it is now clear. jimmy garoppolo is time is the niners starting quarterback is over. ktvu sally rasmus joins us now live from levi stadium. good morning. get morning family. i head coach kyle shanahan made it clear that jimmy garoppolo is time as the starting quarterback of the
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49ers is now over and now trade lance, who's known for his ability to run and go deep, will be the new starting quarterback for the 40 niners, and shanahan said this is the decision a long time coming. this is trace team and that's nothing against jimmy. we made that decision a year ago, and we're going with that, and we're not going to mess around with that anymore. um and i don't think we really have messed around with that much. but once we made that decision, we did, and jimmy understands that fully just his his progress from being a rookie day, one of voters last year through training camp for the season and then throughout his it's like throat's last couple of months is he's gotten better. i mean, i can see that. i'm not gonna lie to you guys like he has gotten better. if he stunk, i tell you guys, he stunk. he doesn't so shannon expressing a lot of optimism about trey lance as the new starting quarterback for the 49ers. as for jimmy garoppolo, he had a physical yesterday afternoon. he passed it, but he won't be practicing with the team at all. this week. he had shoulder surgery you'll call back in march. the niners
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are hoping they can trade garoppolo rather than release him. but training camp starts today at 10 15 tickets for today. we just found out are already sold out, but there are still tickets available. for tomorrow and into next week live at levi's stadium in santa clara ali rasmus ktvu. fox two news, okay, ali. thank you. time is not 5 49. so what do you think you're gonna let jimmy garoppolo leave to see him? go really means class act. he's done. well i mean, tray, obviously the up and coming right, sal, but steve was just bringing up a good point. who who? what? what? trey gets hurt? who's the backup? ah nate suds field. oh feld, feld, someone that i'm not that familiar with nate. do have someone haven't seen him play that much. but i mean, you can't have a guess you can't have it, you know, $27 million backup quarterbacks. there you go. let's go to the same mateo bridge because i noticed that this morning. there are a lot of
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cars on it. it's a little early for that. but we do have a little bit of slow traffic there . we don't have a lot of slow traffic here at the bay bridge toll plaza. you can see traffic is moving along, okay? and there have been no danger issues at the macarthur may so traffic is off to a nice start. there have been no major problems as you come around the corner to the toll plaza. so there you go at 5 50. what about today's weather here, steve thank you, sal. we'll get to it. here we have some drizzle being reported fact not just a little bit. this has been nonstop for many a lot this month here and today, no exception. dillon beach picked up some sunset district point oh, five dillon beach point. oh, four, bodega bay, 40.3 and mint hill, san francisco. i have to cough. i just can't hold it again. i'm trying the hardest. i can talk for a living. i'd be fine. okay mint hill, san francisco 0.1. the monsoon moisture continues to ride up and over the sierras now moved
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northward. even into this year and also points up near the northern sacramento valley sixties seventies eighties nineties, mainly eighties, though inland, but coast and bay are dealing with a lot of low clouds and fog travis 31 mile per hour gusts they were up to 37 mph 57, walnut creek, 57. oakland san francisco, berkeley, so the lows have come up because the water temps came up makes a huge difference on the coast and around the bay and in san francisco, tropical clouds over the mountains us. not really much changing at all that high is giving the pacific northwest record heat couple lows are keeping us on the cool side, not only tropical moisture but also maybe some rain as we go into early august up north, it will continue to be a lot of drizzle here on the coast as we end july and go into august, especially san francisco 60 seventies eighties on the temps here, little change, maybe some tropical clouds on the weekend, you guys alrighty. thank you. time is 5 51 cheese not ready to
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oakland honoring a police
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officer who died rescuing trapped homeowners in the 1991 firestorm. officer john grew penske was among 25 people who died in the fire. authorities found his body with a woman he was trying to pull the safety. today's tribute features a dedication ceremony for a bench recognizing group penske's bravery. time is 5 55. we have an update on an oakland skimming scheme the ktvu told you about last week. the oakland police department believes these photos showing a man and wanted for tampering with a credit card machine at the 7 11 store on grand avenue. it happened on the night of july, 16th. police say surveillance video shows that man applying that skimmer on the debit credit card machine now those skimmers record a person's card number and their pen for fake use. if you have any information about this man, call oakland police drug overdoses claimed the lives of more than 100,000 americans. last year on capitol hill senator spoke to
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leading health experts. about some of the best ways to address the crisis. fentanyl alone kills more than 66,000 people every year. the drug is 50 to 100 times stronger than morphine. now it's being added to other substances sold online and taken by unsuspecting teens and adults . the senate help committee wants to know what's being done to stop it and save lives. supply that knows killing over 200 americans a day. in 2021. we saw the largest annual increase in opioid deaths and 50 years. experts say fentanyl is coming in from mexico and through the mail and via ports. lawmakers say there needs to be a better screening all around. new sleep guidelines have been issued for babies. this comes from the american academy of pediatrics, the academy urging parents to make sure their newborn sleep on their backs and on flat surfaces . some of the new recommendations for parents include making sure they're not using strollers, swings or baby
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carriers to help their baby fall asleep. they say this actually causes more sleeping problems in the future. they encourage parents to sleep in the same room as their babies for at least the first six months. nearly 3500 babies die from sleep related deaths in the united states every year. time is 5 50 70 national highway traffic safety administration is opening an investigation into some ford broncos almost 26,000 of last year's ford broncos. suvs will be examined after several owners reported losing motor power at highway speeds. the ford says the problem jobs and interference between the piston and the power of the engine, which makes the engine lock up. the n h. t s a says there haven't been any injuries or crashes because of that engine problem. the ford issued 45 separate recalls this year, the most of any u. s carmaker twitter shareholders will vote on elon musk's proposal to buy
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the company in september. twitter has scheduled to vote for september. 13th this comes as the company is taking must accord over his intention to walk away from the deal. the trial is expected to take place in october. twitter executives say they want to hold musk accountable to his part of the deal rather than a monetary settlement. shareholders are expected to vote in favor of the deal, which would value the company at $44 billion time is 5 58 to san jose sharks have a new head coach this morning, sharks general manager mike greer introduced david quinn as the new head coach. at a news conference yesterday. quinn used to coach the new york rangers. the sharks have been and through an organizational overhaul after they missed the playoffs were third straight season. first time in the franchise history. we want to bring back that winning culture that has been here for a long, long time. and i know the last three years have been difficult, but i also think that's been a byproduct of the success that the sharks have had over the last 15 to 20 years.
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sometimes you go through a little bit of a dip when you've been as successful as a sharks have for such a long period of time. the sharks begin their pre season on september 25th with a game against the l. a kings. well today, house speaker nancy pelosi will be part of the ceremony dedicating a statue of aviation legend amelia earhart at the us capitol. erhard was the first woman to make a solo flight across the atlantic ocean . she also started her 1937 attempt to fly around the world in oakland. she and her navigator fred fred noonan, disappeared during the flight. somewhere near the equator in the pacific ocean. erhard statue will be in the national statuary hall at the capitol. be happy winning anything. but of course , the big goal is to get to win the whole amount. that's for sure somebody could be made of billionaire if they cash in on the mega millions. lottery jackpot. we'll tell you how much the jackpot could grow for friday's drawing after no one
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won last night's $830 million grand prize. plus, you're gonna try our best to collect and tried to finish all the chest. that's just been around there. huge amount of trash pulled out of the pacific ocean were alive this morning. it's all salita with the crew that's doing their part to keep the oceans clean. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. well, good morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings on two. i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook wednesday morning. july 27 pretty cool, mild. for the most part here. the summer pattern continues, steve right about ready to tweet out. the first week of august looks almost identical, maybe even a little cooler. there's uh this is just one guy talking. it's nice different this year compared to last three summers so far, and if the pattern stays the way it is, i think we could
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get you know some interesting developments or by the time we get to september. now again, it could turn on a dime. we saw that last last january, february march, but right now, this is a really nice pattern for us. now i get it. there's some areas inland that are hot, but the coast and the bay have been stuck in the 60 seventies. lot of drizzle this morning. sunny breezy, warm but really sixties seventies and eighties on those temps. alright, salles here picking up yeah, it is some spo. steve you're absolutely right. let's looks okay. and at the bay bridge. we don't have a big backup. yet it may show up a little later on and right now we still look good on the seven tail and the dumbarton bridge. 601 let's get back to the headlines. okay so thank you if you bought a mega millions lottery jackpot tickets for last night's drawing. you don't have to check your numbers. no one had the winning numbers. of the $830 million jackpot prize. now you can still check to see if you won any of
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the smaller prizes, though the winning numbers in last night's drawing 7 29 60 63 66, the mega number is 15. now because of the huge jackpot people who don't normally buy lottery tickets rushed out to join the millions who do in many cases, families, friends, car co workers pulled their money, so if they did hit the big one they could share and still have a lot of money. i'm a high school principal. and so my staff really believe that i am lucky until they pull the money and can you buy and they searched their store, and they said this one? well miss pollard and her staff could still be lucky since no one won the big jackpot. friday's jackpot will be more than $1 billion, and there was one california ticket that did have all five of the regular numbers but did not have
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the mega number that ticket worth two point $9 million was sold in the town of baker. in san bernardino county. there's more progress reported this morning by cal fire against the oak fire burning near yosemite national park. the latest report has that fire 26% contained. that's more than double yesterday's numbers at this time, it has burned nearly 29 square miles. the number of buildings destroyed has been cut back to 41, but that number still includes homes. officers say the fire is especially difficult to fight because of where it's burning. in some places. the train is so steep that the guys are climbing hose lines in order to get to the next year and then another cases . they can't even do that. so in those places, we just can't reach it, reusing dozer lines to try and put in some trails, so the guys can hike and then we're hitting it as much as we can with aircraft. now, under those conditions, the air quality in and around yosemite and east of the sierra foothills has deteriorated since that oak fire started last friday. want to
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show you some video of the thick smoke? this is seen from one of yosemite's cameras. it's also drifting north and west, a spokesperson for the bay area air quality management district explains how that smoke could affect us here. that smoke will probably cause hazy and smoky skies here in the bay, but fortunately it's not impacting air quality. at the ground level , the whole bay area could see hazy skies and the smell of smoke and smoke impacts are really more possible at higher elevations. but it's important to stay vigilant. if you small smoke. you're likely breathing that smoke and it's really bad for our health. so if you can smell it, the best thing you can do is just head inside. keep your windows and doors closed. for now, air quality officials expect to lift the air quality advisory tonight, but say they will extend it if they feel it's necessary. time is 604 the crew of a ship in salta lito back here in the bay area after removing hundreds of thousands of pounds of plastic waste from the ocean. ktvu is amanda
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quintana is in salsameda to tell us what happens next to all of that plastic waste. good morning. and it good morning ocean voyages institute. that is the crew that went on that boat out at sea. they were there for 45 days. collecting some of the plastic that is polluting polluting our oceans in between california and hawaii. now that area is known as the great pacific garbage patch, and on this recent trip, they collected £200,000 of plastic there. adding up to £700,000 that they have removed from the ocean in the last four years. this includes items the smallest toothbrushes to his biggest abandoned fishing nets that were killing marine wildlife and needed a crane to be removed. it's a cleanup effort that has happened every year since 2009 all paid for by donations, the ocean voyages institute has been leading the way using gps trackers to help remove plastics
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, and in 2020. they completed the largest cleanup in history. that was £340,000. ocean is now being besieged by plastic waste . and so we have to do everything we can to change that having a healthy ocean makes a big difference to ocean life, and it makes a big difference to our own health. food fresh now that the plastic is here, it moves on to the next step in this process, so this morning crews will be moving all of that plastic waste two containers for it to be shipped to a recycler in long beach. all the waste will be turned into products or used for art projects. and the good news is that the institute says that none of the plastic that they collected will go to landfills or the dump. it will all be given a second life. live insults. alito amanda quintana
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ktvu, fox. two news. all right, thank you, amanda. a new state audit says the water that comes out of the tap water tap for more than 900,000. californians is unsafe to drink, and the state is not acting fast enough to help clean it up. now, the state auditor says the number of failing water systems has continued to rise in the last five years. many are small water systems in rural disadvantaged communities. they can apply for state funding to improve the water quality, but the process is complicated and can take years. many of these water systems are actually very small water systems, and they don't always have the internal expertise to get through the application process or to even facilitate the right steps to go forward in terms of improving their water systems. we talked with people every day. we have great conversations. we have projects moving forward, and then it gets to the point where it's time to fund something, and, yeah, it will take a year or more to get a funding agreement in place. and those are lots of days taking by wind folks are drinking contaminated
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drinking water. the state auditor says nearly one million people in california are drinking water that's contaminated with e. coli excessive amounts of fluoride and a variety of metals are time now. 608 supply chain problems hitting a water park in the east bay at the peak of the summer season. it's the larky spray ground. it features climbing structures, slides and spray animals. it's where children can cool off even if they don't feel comfortable yet in a swimming pool, but it shut down. now because the larky swim center can't get enough of the carbon dioxide it needs for the splash pad sanitation system. that closure took a lot of families by surprise. yeah we were definitely super band that there was no going down the slides, no playing with the creatures. hopefully, next week. does it come back that fast? swim center , officials say even they don't know when they will be able to reopen because it all depends on
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how soon they will be able to get a new stock of carbon dioxide. they say the splash pad and the swimming pools operate on two different sanitizing systems. so the larky and clark swim center pools will be open. officials promised post on their website as soon as they know when the splash pad will be open again. well, a team of bay area rowers set a new women's record between san francisco all the way to hawaii. the four women arrived in honolulu, 34 days, 14 hours and 11 minutes after they started that trip in san francisco. that's one day faster than the previous record. they rode into our shifts. they averaged about an hour and a half of sleep a day. the alamo based group calls itself latitude, 35 racing, brooke downs, adrian smith, sofia, dennis and johnson and libby costello say they are not superhuman, but they wanted to inspire other people to take on their own challenges. but to
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them and hour and a half of sleep a day for 34 days, and they had a chance to dance after row that level that's incorrect across the ocean. my gosh, brother, aloha, ladies. wonderful extent, salads back. where you going to say sal of sleep a day. we thought we had a bad gosh. yeah sleep sitting up . i can't even imagine and then exerting that kind of energy on little sleep. that's incredible. yeah. very very nicely done, ladies. all right. good morning , everyone. let's go out and see what we have now with the richmond bread to start there this time because it looks pretty good. i like what i see this early commute. we have some people who perhaps are not going yet, or perhaps they're working from home today and see traffic at the approach on the issue of freeway looks pretty good. and not a big backup at the bay bridge right now and how it
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could change, but we don't have it down, which is pretty good. no problems on that san mateo bridge at 6 10. let's go back to the desk. all right. thank you, sal. today is the day we hear from the federal reserve. they're meeting again. and some of the steps that might take to try to slow down that record inflation and the story of a watchmaker robbed thousands of dollars worth of goods. look at the pictures. the efforts from his neighbors and the community to help pay meet leon the third... leon the second... and leon... the first of them all. three generations, who all bank differently with chase. leon's saving up for his first set of wheels...
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vote yes on prop 27. magnitude 7.0 earthquake hit the philippines, killing at least five people and injuring dozens more. the quake was centered in a mountainous area in the northern part of the philippines . they felt it in manila 200. miles away. people rushed out of office buildings and were evacuated from hospitals that quake set off landslides and
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damaged many buildings happening today, the federal reserve is wrapping up the latest policy meeting that is expected to end with higher interest. straits andre senior, joining us now live talking about the biggest question. how much will that increase b and the reasoning behind it. good morning to you, pam. the fed opened its meeting yesterday with their all us economists expecting a rate increase. the federal reserve has raised rates four times already this year. the last increase was back in may, when the feds kiwi rate went up three quarters of a percent, which was the largest increase since 1994. the key rate has a direct effect on the overall economy in two ways. it directly affects banks who may need to borrow money from either the fed itself or other banks when their customers withdraw more money from their individual accounts at the bank has on hand but also is linked to interest rate charged for businesses and consumer loans, including mortgages and credit cards. the reason the fed is raising rates is to slow down inflation, but do it in a way that does not send the u. s.
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economy into recession. the white house is working to downplay recession fares. my hope is we go from this rapid growth to steady growth. god willing, i don't think we're going to see the recession. if you look at low unemployment at 3.6, if you look at the average amount of jobs that have been created, those indicators do not show that we are in a recession or even a pre recession. critics of the president say they see the possibility of a recession and that americans across the country are already feeling the economic effects. the consumer confidence report released earlier this week showed americans are concerned about the economy and have cut back on plans to make major purchases including homes, cars and large appliances. most economists expect to see another three quarter percent rate hike, although some say it could be a half percent will know the answer when fetch your jerome powell makes his announcement at about 11 30 this morning. back over to you, dave. okay andre. thank you. times 6 15. here's a
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new sign the biden administration may again extend the pause on student loan payments. student loan services say that biden administration told them to hold off on sending billing statements to borrowers . the payments were due to resume august 31st. those payments have been pause since the pandemic started back in march of 2020 president biden could leave covid-19 isolation as soon as today. the president's doctor said in a statement yesterday that his symptoms have almost completely resolved. his condition has reportedly improved enough that he is able to resume his regular exercise routine. the president took his fifth and final dose of paxil covid. monday night, president biden will meet virtually with chinese president xi jinping. tomorrow it will be the first conversation between the two leaders and four months and comes as there is new tension between the us and china over china's claims on taiwan the possibility of a visit to taiwan by house speaker nancy pelosi is adding new strains to the difficult relationship between the us and china. the
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chinese government has warned that it will take forceful measures if pelosi visits to i want 6 16. there's a new poll that finds just 25% of democrats want president biden to run for office in 2024. it's a cnn survey found that number drops even more among younger democrats only 18% under the age of 45, once the current president joe biden to run for office again, there are several reasons why, according to the cnn poll, 42% just don't want him to be re elected. 32% of democratic voters don't believe he can wear and 17% say he's too old for the office, donald trump and mike pence appeared to be laying the groundwork for possible runs for the white house. the two spoke at separate events in washington, d. c yesterday. it was the first time trump had been back in washington since he left office. he spoke before the america first policy institute, which is a think tank largely made up of
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trump administration officials. made it great again and we did it by putting workers first by putting families first and above all by putting america first. but now our country has been brought to its knees. now, less than a mile away, mike pence addressed conservative college students at the young america's foundation. pence downplayed divisions between him and his former boss, saying, it's time to look forward. i don't know that the president and i differ on issues, but we may differ on focus. i truly do believe that elections are about the future. there is growing speculation that trump and pence could run against each other in 2024 6 18 . the white house launched a new website is to help us understand and reduce the health risks of extreme heat, federal officials say heat dot gov will provide the public with clear, timely and science based information
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about heatwaves. extreme heat has been the greatest weather related cause of death in the us over the past 30 years blamed for more than 700 deaths. every year. this new website has maps and data and information that lets people and lawmakers plan for extreme heat weeks or even months ahead. the white house says, addressing the climate crisis, including extreme heat has been a top priority of the biden harris administration. alright 6 19 is the time it might start getting busy or out there. although we've been talking about a lot of people on vacation in july, so hopefully pretty light for the commute, sell and you know they get on vacation. pam right before school starts and we're getting that close. unfortunately for some of the kids that i know it's like, no, i don't want to be over. remember those days well, ah, it's happening. same tale bridge looks good richmond bridge. also looking good. i think that people are are are doing something and they're not going to work right now. we
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don't see a big back up on the east or freeway or at the bay bridge, although it's been in to get a little bit slower here at the toll plaza 6 19. let's bring steve back in. thank you, sir. yes, sir. all right. we'll get to it here if you're near the coast in the city maybe drizzle . drizzle fest here continues sunset district one report point oh, five dillon beach point. oh, four bodega bay. point oh, three and meant hill, the official national weather service site in san francisco 30.1. our observer michael polanski near devos park picked up 0.2 and you might have some as well. there's been some up in the oakland berkeley hills as well. lots of that monsoon moisture. this time, though, it's not just an arizona southern nevada southern california is lifted up into south lake tahoe to reno and northeast california and the northern sacramento valley. even some high and mid level clouds up into oregon. morning fog. drizzle breezy to windy the usual suspects there, sonny inland, nice, too mild to warm but i mean lower legs. 59 low
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sixties on the peninsula hayward's 59. i mean, it's about as close as everyone gets here on these temps. there's just not much of a spread due to the low cloud deck. the water temps came up that makes a huge difference on the coast and in san francisco there around 55 56 of the lows are a little bit warmer coast in bay as well. there's no doubt about it correlation. the cloud cover continues to march northward and so far staying out of our area. except for yesterday. there's some hints that might return as we head into the weekend. some of that tropical cloud cover interesting to note. they're a little low out here, and it looks like as we go into early august, i tweeted this out. all three of our global models shall lower pressure on the west coast. which means that continuation of exactly what we've had, if not a little cooler. so i mean, it's amazing. this is a normal summer . i know we don't normal. what's that? it's this summer. but they're thunderstorm activity continues to march northwards. so up in tahoe, truckee something to watch now, whereas before it was east and south 60
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seventies eighties on the test may be a little warmer inland. not much, but really a continuation. pam of what we've had all right. thank you, steve . young or old. many of us look forward to the day when we can retire from work coming up later this hour. look at the new study that shows that dream might be delayed. and steve's been talking about it. a record for rain was broken in st louis, missouri, and it's still raining . the efforts underway right now to rescue people trapped by rising floodwaters
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car. they cut the lock. window. come inside 60 70 watches they take from there. all suicides may brand. yeah they took all of those expensive antique pocket watches expensive brands. other antiques from the world cabinets as well as silver and other valuable metals before bagging it all up and driving off. however the outpouring of community support has helped raise more than $50,000 so far in less than 24 hours. more rain is in the forecast today for the st louis missouri area, and it is still pouring. some parts have received up to a foot of rain. meteorologists are calling the storm a one in 1000 year event, the historic rainfall shattered records cause severe
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flooding. as you can see, take a look at some of this video, the famous gateway arch was actually closed because of the flooding, and so far, the storm has killed one person shut down several highways and transit service. is out or delayed for at least two weeks. well we've all been hearing stories about national lifeguard shortage both at beaches and it pulls will in philadelphia has 50 community polls. at least 10 are closed because there aren't enough lifeguards. that's rough for people looking for a place to cool off, but robin burlando. what has worked as a lifeguard. she worked as a teenager and decided to see if she could help. now she's 70 years old, who took lifeguard training, passed the test and says she is glad to give young children and teenagers are place to have some fun while they're out of school. you know what? i was volunteered to work extra days just in case so the kids would have something to do. orlando says being a lifeguard is more than just a paycheck for her. she says she's doing this for her community and hopes to inspire other older
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people to become lifeguards next year. hey um, there's a package here for you. you know, you have to sign for it. open the door. a scare caught on camera after a fake delivery driver tried to trick a family into opening their front door will tell you what happened when that family refused to open the door plus team. and that's nothing against jimmy. we made that decision a year ago, and we're going with that. strays team coach kyle shanahan made it loud and clear there will not be a battle for the starting quarterback of the 49ers erasmus live in santa clara levi stadium with a look at the top storylines from training camp. about this. my son was.
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changes at the city's hotel rooms for the homeless. from ktvu. box two news. this morning's on tv. and as we take you live to that opening bell ringing right now. the markets are headed higher this morning, thanks in part to two big tech companies. i love this new shot as they pan around the traders on the floor there. google's parent company, alphabet, and microsoft, both set to open up about 4% google reports strong revenue from its search business, and there's anticipation. of the federal reserve raising rates might help things out. so we'll have all your business news. a lot of other earnings reports coming in. that's coming up here on morning sun to thank you for waking up with us. i'm pam cook. good morning. i'm dave clark. wednesday morning. july 27th. i was outside checking the weather still overcast. it feels great out there, but nice. steve is talking about it. we're stuck. in the weather very much, so
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rather be stuck in this cool weather than those crazy heat waves. we had the passport. lewis rain that's a great shot from the floor there because they show you it's not that high up, right? right that's a nice shot. thanks for mentioning that , pamela yes, we're stuck on our weather pattern and early august looks to be a continuation. feels different to me this summer. does it feel different to you don't know things are changing here that high has been centered. moreover oklahoma and also colorado and not over us for once stuck pattern continues . fog drizzle, there's a lot of it in san francisco on the coast. sunny, breezy, mild to warm. i mean, really a normal summer, which is not something we're used to saying normal. what's that? well, that's what we're having right now. all right over to salma around now, what are you seeing? we do see more slow traffic here at the bay bridge toll plaza. steve as you mentioned, things are getting a little bit more slow here at the toll plaza. it's backed up to about the end of the parking lot. those metering
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lights are on. no problems on the same tale bridge in case you want to use that when we come back, we'll take a look at some of the other east bay commute that are beginning to get slower. it's 6 31. let's get back to the headlines this morning. san jose firefighters are now at the scene of a fire at a restaurant. it's at the holder's country inn restaurant on south. the ends of boulevard first reported about 4 15 this morning when the firefighters arrived, they found a heavy smoke coming from that restaurant. appears that it might have started in the back. corner of the restaurant, possibly talking with the owners . that sounds like it might be the kitchen area. it sounds like the last person that was here last night was a manager left around nine o'clock. and that's all we know so far. the fire captain says that building is probably a total loss. no injuries have been reported. well it's the first day of 49ers training camp the team will take to the field. it's now become
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clear that jimmy garoppolo is time with the team may be coming to an end. ktvu sally rasmus joins us now from outside levi stadium. good morning, ali. good morning, pam. head coach kyle shanahan made it. official the niners have moved on to trade lance trey lance will become the 49ers new starting quarterback for the season, replacing jimmy garoppolo in that role, not a news conference. shanahan in general manager john lynch spoke about that decision. they talked about how they hoped to trade rather than release garoppolo. either way, it's clear jimmy g's time with the team is coming to an end, shanahan says they've been tracking lance's development for a long time, and even fellow 49ers say, has made some big strides and is ready to take the reins. just his his progress from being a rookie day, one of votes last year through training camp for the season, and then throughout the years, it's like throw teases last couple months is he's gotten better. i mean, i can see that i'm not gonna lie to you guys like he has gotten better. if he stunk, i tell you guys, he stunk. he doesn't throw a lot at
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it. you go through a whole thing of installation and where he was at the end. um definitely not the finished product, but it was much further ahead than the beginning and when you deal with the guy who's got the ability and stuff and all eyes are on them, and the pressure is on them. not just with you guys but with teammates and stuff. that's what you want to see him getting better as he gets the opportunities and if he gets better as he gets opportunities, then you're a #### of a lot more encouraging to give them a lot more opportunities. garoppolo had so shoulder surgery back in march. he had a physical yesterday afternoon. he passed it, but he won't be practicing with the team at all this week. training camp here at outside levi stadium starts at 10 o'clock this morning. tickets are $5 for people who want to come and watch their sold out for today, but there are tickets available still for tomorrow and for certain days next week as well live in santa clara ali rasmus ktvu, fox two news. okay ali. thank you. time 6 30 for a family in san francisco, warning the public. after someone posing as a delivery driver. acted strange at their home. balinese
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video shows a man walking up to their home, picking up a package that was already delivered. he looks at the label rings a doorbell and says he has a package that needs to be signed for. the couple wasn't at home at the time. so the husband told the man remotely just lead the package. still you know, he had some gold to still pretty much insists open the door several times. he's like. oh, we're not gonna get your package, then are you if you're so he started getting a little weird after a few tries. now the couple of things maybe the man was going to try to push his way into their home. san francisco police are asking anybody who recognizes this man contact san francisco police 100. workers from the tenderloin housing clinic say they are going on strike today. the workers at the city funded clinic support 24 of san francisco single room occupancy hotels. they say they will hit the picket lines this morning and go on strike for 24 hours. the workers complain that
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they have been struggling with years of turnover, burnout and short staffing as well as inadequate pay. the city has not commented on the plant. strike time is 6 35 will the city of san francisco's urging the state to hold off on plans of russian patients out of laguna honda hospital? the board of supervisors passed resolutions to deal with the transfer and relocation of patients. supervisors are urging health and human services secretary javier over sarah to stop the transfers of those people who were the most vulnerable. four people have already died after they were moved as part of a federally mandated closure plan . three other patients died within days of being relocated. supervisors also one governor gavin newsom to declare a state of emergency laguna honda hospitals required by the u. s centers for medicare and medicaid to move or discharge all patients by september, 13th. well one of the few remaining roller rinks in the bay area, maybe getting a new lease.
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earlier this year, the owner of the golden skate in san ramon had announced this sunday would be his last day in business. he planned to sell the land to a town home developer. but now, hassan sharif has told the san francisco chronicle the rink will remain open indefinitely. the paper reports, sharif changed his mind after a huge turnout of supporters. now he says he'll stay open until he can sell it to someone else. who wants to run the rink or a developer approaches him about the property, which checked the rink website still shows sunday as the last day of business. hopefully not. we have cal state cal skate. i'm sorry, cal skate have been rohnert park that, you know, i took my girls to. i grew up roller skating and rinks. it's fun activity. well let's check in with sal. make sure everybody's behaving on our roads right now. i know it's getting busy out there. it is getting busier at the bay bridge toll plaza where it was like for a while, but now everyone seems to have shown up and not
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everyone, but there is a crowd here. those metering lights went on, and now there's a little bit of a crowd at the toll plaza. so in case you want to drive down to the same mateo bridge, it would be a decent alternative. dumbarton bridge also looks good . and if you look at the peninsula that traffic is moving along very well. likewise for the south bay, that's a very nice commute here in san jose region one oh 1 85 to 80 all looking good into that west valley 6 38. let's go to steve. now with today's weather, beautiful to 80. sal castaneda. a little bit of fog out there. well there's some breaks in it, but a lot of drizzle over on the coast and in san francisco, we are just amazingly stuck pattern here out the sfo. you can see some breaks in the fog, but there's still a pretty good fog back there and you know it appeals back. there's just been no great changes here. going on. some drizzle, though, has been front and center, especially overnight. sunset district point oh, five dillon beach playing
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oh, four bodega bay point. oh, three and mental. san francisco picked appoint one also in the oakland, berkeley hills, the 10.1 and our observer michael polanski and your devos park picked up point. oh, two. he has had 14 100 for the month of july. that is the wettest since he's been in his current location since 1982. about that . we also have a lot of the monsoon moisture had finally lifted northward finally made it past tahoe now in northern sacramento valley, even some up into oregon, but it now tahoe and truck here in the window for some possible thunderstorm activity. morning fog. drizzle breezy to windy, sunny inland. nice warm. no tropical moisture this morning like we had yesterday. i mean, when lower legs 59, brentwood 60, and then you see san carlos 60, fremont 60 livermore 59. really i mean, everyone's really close here. the water temps came up san francisco bowie is now 56 that makes a huge difference coast and then the city on the overnight lows, which are closer to 56 57. you can see some of
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that moisture now moving up northern sacramento valley. so maybe she asked the last. if you're heading up there. keep an eye on things. also. tahoe truckee reno, the highest built up in the pacific northwest record heat up in seattle yesterday couple lows, though to the west. the one here is the one for early august. it's going to eventually meander towards us , and it looks like lower pressure for the entire west coast going into early august. what would that mean? a continuation of what we have, maybe even some rain up on the north coast. look at eureka 0.34. now again, that wouldn't be until early next week. san francisco 0.6, that is more drizzle. so we are. it just feels different this year feels different. 60 seventies eighties on the temps, maybe a little warmer inland or some tropical clouds by the weekend, but really, no big changes. you guys time is now 6 40. if you're planning to buy a house, you may want to try soon. we'll take a look at the housing market, which some say is cooling off. first let's say good morning to gasia mikaelian in our newsroom . what else do you keeping an
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eye on gaseous? well, aside from the mortgage rates, i'm also an eye on growing concerns over rising crime here in the bay area and across the country. coming up in the next hour. what federal and local officials are doing as they work to find solutions. also soaring temperatures are raising new safety concerns in the next hour , while health experts say the seat is raising new risks for children and those who are homeless. stay with us.
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at 6 43 superstar comedian dave chappelle is performing in santa rosa for three nights of stand up shows now he has two shows tonight at seven and 10:30 p.m.
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all shows that the luther burbank center for the arts are sold out despite an online petition calling for the center to cancel the shows. many people consider his jokes about the l g b t q community and the reason netflix special to be transphobic, but his supporters his fans spoke out. in favor of chappelle. i was planning on catching some eggs if they threw him, but at the end of the day, i'm here to support somebody. that is a um, staple in this material community and for us as people to hear. what is the truth? last week, a club in minneapolis did cancel chappelle sold out joe because of jokes made about the transgender community and sonoma county lgbt q plus group began an online petition asking the luther sent a luther center for the arts to do the same and cancels apple shows here in the bay area right
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now, more than 500 signatures have been collected. in today's dollars and cents, a new survey from the finance website. anytime estimate says one third of workers in the u. s are not saving for retirement that they give us three big reasons why the first is lack of funding. that was true for 37% of the survey responded. another reason is people think they're too young to start saving for retirement. a third reason is too much personal debt. other responses include relying on social security and never planning to retire. financial advisors say you should do everything you can to set aside some money for retirement as soon as you start working, especially if your workplace offers a four oh one k match. chipotle is expected to raise prices again. the move comes after its earnings in the second quarter came in below expectations despite an increase in sales. company says inflation continues to increase its cost for ingredients like avocados and meet the increases could be as high as $1 per entree and may start next month. it is the
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third price hike. for chipotle since last summer. time is 6 25 , california federal judge rejected a legal push for uber to provide wheelchair accessible vehicles on monday in san francisco, us district chief judge richard seaboard ruled against plaintiffs who argued that uber's lack of wheelchair accessible vehicles in new orleans' and in jackson, mississippi, violated the americans with disabilities act . now attorneys were uber's a the programs would cost too much. and would not be workable in either town. well, the bay area's hot housing market continues to cool off a bit. the california association of realtors reports the median price for an existing single family home in the bay area dropped 7% last month that pushed the average bay area home price down from $1.5 million to 1.4 million. real estate analysts say rising interest rates and home staying on the market longer are forcing sellers to drop their asking price a bit, but they also say
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there is still a housing shortage in the bay area, so prices are not likely to drop as much anytime in the near future . time is now. 6 46. domino's pizza is filling jobs today and hayward at its supply chain center. domino's has more than 19,000 stores all over the world . global retail sales reached almost $18 billion last year. now the hiring event hiring event today it's at its facility on san antonio street near haman street, those available job include drivers, customer service representatives, maintenance technicians, warehouse workers and production associates. the job interviews are on a first come, first served basis. walk ins are welcome, and by the way they'll be serving lunch to the job fair will go from 11 30 this morning until 4 30 this afternoon. and a holiday retail companies offering what they're calling a killer opportunity for the coming holiday season spirit
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halloween plans to hire more than 35,000, seasonal associate and manager jobs at more than 1400 stores in the u. s and canada. spirit says these jobs come with perks that include premium pay incentives, flexible schedules, competitive salaries and a store discount. if you're interested in working for spirit halloween this far, you can get more information that workforce spirit .com alright, my favorite story of the day, a new study finds chocolate is good for high blood pressure. researchers in australia studied the data yes, of 11 volunteers for one week, the team measured their blood pressure every 30 minutes after taking cocoa pills for three hours, they continued to observe it for an additional nine and they found consuming cocoa help decrease the arterial. stiffness. and blood pressure of those participants with high pressure readings. you think that's for dark chocolate or all chocolate? it's probably dark chocolate. i hear more and more,
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you know, nutritionists, they talk about really solid cocoa. sal and i will check it out. yes just do our own analysis of eating. i can't have a snickers right now. pam i don't think that counts. no. alright alright . that's too bad. snickers is chocolate, by the way, it is kind of all right. all right. good morning, everyone. let's go out and see what we have. we're off to a nice start. i like what i see out there. but there is a little bit of a backup at the bay bridge. everyone always wants to know about the bay bridge. it's not terribly slow, but there is a little bit of waiting to do at the toll plaza. if you want to use that salmon tail or the dumbarton bridge instead, i think you can. we've been looking at some of the east bay commute, so i don't see a lot of slow traffic almost anywhere. there is some on highway four. as you know, most of the time we do have highway four traffic, slowing pittsburgh and getting out to concord and bay point, which is typical. 6 49. let's talk about today's
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weather here, steve. thank you, sir. are weather today is very similar to what we have not the tropical clouds yesterday. there's some off to the east, but it's mainly the fog and drizzle. sunset district. one observation point oh, five dillon beach point. oh, four bodega bay point. oh, three. a lot of point a ones. oakland berkeley hills meant hill, san francisco or 30.0.2. so i mean, there's plenty of drizzle to go around, and a lot of tropical clouds marching northward now made it up to tahoe truckee. little bit over yosemite. and even some now up towards northern sacramento valley, shasta lassen sixties seventies eighties nineties mainly about 70 to 88 the most the temperature right on the coast reports and drizzle. it'll be sunny ellen. mostly sunny could be a few high clouds off to the east. but fifties on the temps for sixties. everyone's very, very close here. there's just not much of a spread on the temps, low clouds doing their usual push inland. they'll start to retreat, and we'll see very similar to what we've had for about the last couple of months. almost it was just a couple of exceptions here. the exception. one being the tropical moisture
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is now lifting northward. some of that may play into our weather later in the week, there's hints of it over the weekend. but a couple lows. they're kind of taking aim at us. one of them might move in early august, and that could produce some rain on the north coast. eleanor at humboldt county drizzle more from monterey to san francisco, and a little bit more activity for tahoe and truckee from some of that tropical clouds. 60 seventies eighties on the temps really, very little change the only day to day changes going into the weekend day, steve thank you time at 6 51 amazon moving into the healthcare system coming up in the next hour why some opposed amazon's plan to buy one medical and stranded overseas for possibly weeks. how a group of music students from the south bay ended up back home after they were stuck in the czech republic. bite to eat on these rules.
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saying go last night. 14 times european soccer champions real madrid played club america from mexico in an exhibition game at a match at san francisco's oracle park. the match ended in a 222 draw with club america converting on the penalty care. and the fans. the crowd happy they watched the match featuring two of the most popular soccer teams in the world. oracle park managers had planned for this event almost a year in advance, and the fans said, watching a soccer match inside of a baseball park is like nothing else. it's a big deal. i mean, the giants organization there, you know, class oregon. um and just see how much they care about other sports, you know their fan base branching out for soccer in this case, which isn't necessarily as popular as
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baseball and football. it means a lot. this is the first soccer game at oracle park in nine years. it took the grounds crew about a week to get the venue ready for a soccer match, and they really don't have a lot of time to switch it back to a baseball stadium. science will be back for a game tomorrow night. well the san jose sharks have a new head coach this morning. sharks general manager my greer introduced david quinn as the new head coach at a news conference at asap center when used to coach the new york rangers. the sharks have gone through an organization overhaul after missing the playoffs for a third straight season, first time for the franchise. it is. we want to bring back that winning culture that has been here for a long, long time. and i know the last three years have been difficult, but i also think that's been a byproduct of the success that the sharks have had over the last 15 to 20 years. sometimes you go through a little bit of a dip when you've been as successful as a sharks
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have for such a long period of time on the sharks begin their preseason september 25th with . a kings . it is 6 56 m way to help solve the airline pilot shortage crisis now there's legislation that would raise the mandatory retirement age for commercial airline pilots. right now, those pilots have to retire when they turn 65. the new proposal would raise that to 67, although the older pilots would have to undergo physicals every six months to continue flying if the proposal does not pass about 5000 pilots would be forced to retire by the year 2024. a shortage of qualified pilot is one of the big reasons there have been so many airline flight delays this year. and more than 100, saratoga high school students and their parents are back home safe this morning they were performing concerts in germany, austria and the czech republic.
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it was there in prague, but they found out that lufthansa airlines canceled their flight and that it would take weeks until another flight was available. and the first responses we were getting backwards. lufthansa was in maybe late august early september before we can get them all home. what did you what did you say? what did your wife say ? my wife just you know, my wife just died. they were stranded for four days until the u. s. state department worked with looped on charter a plane big enough to fly them all back to the bay area. lufthansa airlines like many others around the world, or canceling flights because of staffing problems, it is 6 58. san francisco voters will be asked in november to support new funding for san francisco public schools, the board of supervisors announced the student success fund charter amendment. it'll be on the november ballot. if it's approved, the amendment will provide up to $60 million a year
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in grants to public schools. we can accomplish help accomplish together two things. we want to focus laser focus on the academic success of our students and on their social emotional wellness supervisors say the proposed grant money would come from excess property tax revenue . it also provides stable funding for supplemental programs that are tailored for each school. we're beginning today. the san lorenzo library begin to new monthly series. it's called every month is pride mod. it's a response to the incident back in june, where members of the all male right wing group the proud boys disrupted, they drag queen reading our library officials say this campaign affirms alameda county support for the l g b t q. plus community ceremonies begin this morning at 11 o'clock. it will be followed
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by pride beam storytime at 11. 30 and the public is invited to decorate large puzzle pieces that will connect together and be displayed in the library. someone could soon be an overnight billionaire after no one won the $830 million jackpot where things stand just ahead of the next drawing. ocean is now being besieged by plastic waste. and so we have to do everything we can to change that. ship returns to the bay area after cleaning up plastic waste across the pacific ocean. we live in the north bay with a much closer look at what was collected and the message from organizers. popular a water park closed until further notice and right in the middle of the summer. what's causing the closure? parents are responding. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto good morning and welcome back. i'm gasia mikaelian. good morning. i'm dave clark. it's

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