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short time ago will put them all in perspective, this morning's consumer price index and what it says about the economy. 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 the middle of the week. it's wednesday. it's august 10th. good to see you. welcome back. beautiful morning brought roberta along incredible weather. thank you, roberta. thank you. and gracias . good to see you. you look gorgeous. sunny out. there it is, it is and you know, statistically speaking, it's going to be a near perfect summer day today with our high temperatures from the sixties. to the coast are mid and high eighties and inland areas. we do have the tide rising right now at the estuary, where in l, a media and oakland at 60 degrees . numbers are in the low fifties to the north and mid and high fifties to the south. 61 however , and san jose later today, sunshine for all from the sixties the beaches 70 space side to 88. outside number full
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forecast coming up, but right now, let's toss it on over to sell. alright roberta. thank you very much. we have been looking at these commutes and they are pretty typical. now. we had some early morning issues that changed things for a bit, but now we do have a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. it looks pretty good with no major problems. 8 80 also looking good . we've had some slowing on highway four. as you drive from pittsburgh debate point all the regular slowdowns, but some of the incidents have been cleared away, which is good 701. let's go back to the headlines. thank you happening today to the first day back to class for many students and teachers in the bay area ktvu amanda quintana live at a school here in san ramon with it. look at the excitement and look at what the whole the new school year holds. amanda yes, i know. some of us don't want the summer to be over just yet, but today is officially the first day of school here in the san ramon valley unified school district. you can see they've got the sign ready. they're ready to welcome back students
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here at twin creeks elementary school this morning. the district is excited to have those students back. they say all summer they've been working on cleaning and preparing classrooms for students and getting lesson plans ready in a video to families, the superintendent said. the goal this year is to allow students to thrive by building on their foundations of excellence. what that means is our students are healthy, socially, emotionally and physically. our students are independent and interdependent, confident they have a sense of purpose. they understand who they are and what they want to do in their lives as they grow older. whether our students are five years old or whether our students are getting ready for graduation. we know that we are here to provide the best experience possible. welcome of course, there are still some covid concerns last school year started off with a mandatory mask mandate here in san ramon valley. but this year masks are
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optional. and they are still recommended. though getting vaccinated. it is also strongly recommended. the district is focusing on just the excitement of getting students back soon. here this morning. we're going to talk to teachers, parents, students who are coming back and also the principle here. about what they're looking forward to this school year live in san ramon, amanda quintana ktvu fax tuners, amanda thank you. it's the first day of school at a number of other bay area districts, including milpitas, new haven, pittsburgh pleasant in the middle and high schools in palo alto. more major districts such as santa clara and mount diablo. unified also gets started tomorrow. time is now 703 with new this morning. the labor department says the inflation rate slowed down during july. the consumer price index was up 8.5% from july compared to july of last year. but it's down from the 9.1% last month was the biggest increase in 40 years. economists say the biggest reason for the drop in
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energy prices, with american drivers paying less for gas right now, and that helped to counterbalance food costs, which were up a bit slightly, and if the trend continues, this could keep the federal reserve from increasing interest rates when it meets next in september. well new this morning, san francisco's interim district attorney, brooke jenkins, has paid more than was paid more than $100,000 by a group that was connected to the main funders of the recall of chasing booty, according to new financial documents were filed with the city ethics commission , the nonprofit group neighbors for a better sent francisco page jenkins that money for consulting work. another group with a similar name called neighbors for a better san francisco advocacy was the main funder of the recall the same billionaires on the board of both groups. jenkins had previously said she was a volunteer with the recall campaign. the payment was first reported by sf standard. we did reach out to the district
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attorney's office for comment. we haven't heard back yet. but in a statement to the chronicle, the spokesperson for jenkins said, quote my work for the nonprofit organizations focused on public safety and other legal work supporting communities ranging from formerly incarcerated women helping advise the business community on public safety concerns and issues. i compiled legal analysis research reports and provided advice for all of these organizations and their respective issue areas. time is now 705, california lawmakers want to proved the state's response of the monkey pox virus outbreak. now the state's new select committee on monkeypox oversight held its first meeting yesterday as people around the states were standing in long lines trying to get a dose of the monkey pox vaccine. lawmakers were told the vaccines are in short supply, with only 109,000 vaccine shots available statewide. also, they were given status reports on testing and
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treatment in many countings lawmakers were told strict rules are one of the reasons doctors have to wait so long to treat patients for the infection. he has to spend this doctor two hours. filling out paperwork and jumping through hoops with the cdc to get permission to give these these pills to a person suffering and it could take days. right now. there are 1300 confirmed cases of monkeypox here in california. san francisco has the most of any county more than 500 cases. the oakland police department is stepping up patrols in oakland tech high school following a threat against that school medit a letter to the school community about a threat posted on instagram. i guess what were referred to as non white students. oakland tech love more officers near and on campus today, as well as more cultural climate ambassadors. police are investigating the threat. 706
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here. oakland mayor libby schaaf is going into neighborhoods to meet with people why they can't or won't come to city hall to talk with her. last night, the mayor was at an outdoor meeting in east oakland at a royal viejo recreation center about 30. people there, talked about the problems they see and listen to what the mayor had to say about trash in their neighborhoods, homeless encampments and violence. people are on edge, and we have got to retrain people to resolve conflicts without violence. the meetings followed last weekend's violence , including two shootings in downtown oakland and one in which a 35 year old man was killed. joshua barnes was described as a man who was always ready to help neighbors and he took part in neighborhood cleanup efforts. community involvement was called one of the solutions to oakland's problems. one man said he wants to see more interaction between police and people in neighborhoods. they knew our parents and you know, and we don't get that anymore. and i truly believe that that would make a difference if that would happen. mayor schaaf is holding two more such community meetings
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this week. tonight she'll be in north oakland at poldi park tomorrow, mayor will be at san antonio park right near lake merritt. time is 708 and salads back. you've been busy this morning watching our commute. how's it? look it looks better than it did, dave, we, uh and garcia, we had some earlier issues. and those have been cleared out and now we're beginning to see some things improving here at the bay bridge. there is a backup if you're trying to get into san francisco, but it falls within the lines of the normal backup. you see, as you drive to the oakland area, interstate 80 and 5 80 aren't looking too slow. and you look okay at the same mateo bridge had been also looking at some of these mid bay commutes. for example, the drive from dublin over to castro valley looks pretty good. it's just some slowing insane matteo across the bridge, but it's been relatively mild or so far anyway . on the peninsula 708 let's go back to the desk. all right. thank you for more on the fallout from the fbi search of
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donald trump's mar a. lago has stayed in florida with the white house is saying about the investigation. and 49, or trade lands will play in friday's preseason opener. head coach kyle shanahan lays out his plan on the playing time for his young starting quarterback [sfx: computer sounds] ♪ let play unwind your mind. ikea.
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hold on... you're a night manager and mom. and the bill payer, baker, and nightlight maker? that's a lot. so, adding “and student” might feel daunting. but what if a school could be there for all of you? career, and family and finances and mental health. happy birthday. well, it can. national university, supporting the whole you. 11 jury selection begins in the
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trial where kobe bryant's widow , vanessa is suing l. a county but that's o brien accuses l. a county sheriff's deputies of sharing photos of the helicopter crash in 2020 that killed kobe bryant and seven others, including kobe and vanessa's daughter, gianna. the plaintiffs say they suffered emotional distress when deputies and county firefighters took photos of the crash scene and allegedly shared the photos. a lawyer for l. a county says those photos were never shown publicly. the plaster county sheriff's department has shared a new picture of the missing truckee team. from the night she disappeared. detectives say they found surveillance video from a business in truckee, showing 16 year old kylie rodney on friday , hours before she went missing. hoping the updated picture of the clothing she was wearing at the time could help find her. at the same time, several dive units started searching the nearby processor reservoir for any signs of rodney or her car.
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time now is 7 12, and there were more tributes to actor olivia newton john from those who knew her best fellow actor jane seymour's remembering her 50 year friendship with olivia newton john saying newton john defied all odds before her death , seymour told fox news digital . she spent the last few days crying her eyes out, remembering the time she spent with newton john over the many years, raising their children and maintaining careers. seymour says newton john was most proud of the work. she did helping people living and dealing with cancer. olivia newton john died on monday at the age of 73. she battled cancer for nearly 30 years. the city of melbourne, australia, is paying tribute to olivia newton john projecting a picture of her lighting up the city and pink lights in her honor. newton john spent several years as a young child there in melbourne. healthcare workers at six providence hospitals in northern california say they've been short changed thousands of dollars in pay. the caregivers at hospitals include santa rosa
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memorial, petaluma valley and queen of the valley medical center and napa. they say the problem is a faulty paycheck system, they say. since the start of last month, workers have not received any paychecks or were paid hundreds, even thousands of dollars less than what they had earned. i've calculated in. obviously i couldn't do everybody who sent me their paychecks and their corona sheets, but i have calculated anywhere from hundreds of dollars of thousands of dollars that are missing on paychecks do depending on what the category of the nurse was. a spokesman for providence hospital says most of the pay issues have been resolved and that a new payroll system was added last week. alright our time is 7 14 with this friday, the 49ers start their preseason at levi stadium. they will be playing the green bay packers, 49ers head coach kyle shanahan says quarterback trade lance and several other stars on the offense will play in the game, and the starters will also play against the houston texans in the third preseason games. now
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they're gonna sit for game two. against the minnesota vikings since the three preseason games are occurring in just 12 days stretch. i'd like to get guys to play in this game. um man, because i don't want to play in the second game. you know the one to scrimmage the team more into the scrimmage than the game. hopefully a little and one a little and three and then what? 17 days to get ready for week. 1 49 years began the regular season september 11th just a month and a day away, they'll be playing the chicago bears. 49ers were already considered a favorite by a touchdown. 7 15 tomorrow night, right here on ktvu. fox to major league baseball returns to iowa for its field of dreams. game this year showcase features the chicago cubs against the cincinnati reds, the team showed off their retro uniforms inspired by what their players wore in the early 19 hundreds. of course, we remember that baseball held its first ever feel the dreams game last year. that's when the chicago white sox beat the new york yankees.
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this is the part where i cried last year, did you really not even like a lifelong baseball right as we remember, they beat the new york yankees in a walk off home run, right? the cornfield there where kevin costner shot his classic film, you can catch the field of dream game right here on ktvu. our coverage begins at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon especial lab report also from the field of dreams tomorrow, during mornings onto i am excited. i know very excited moved out to the little league world series regional tournament where a terrifying moment ended in a heartwarming show of sportsmanship. gout. we see that pitch from i know oklahoma's player on the side of his helmet. oklahoma player goes down. thankfully he's okay heads over to first base as you can imagine, everybody here stunned texas picture visibly shaken here. the runner called times, calls time out, makes his way to the mound and gives his competitor hug. i'm gonna cry all over again. here you go. this is what sports is all
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about. the teams were playing for the right to play in the little league world series. but this is what matters. this is the last thing message for us all. texas by the way, advances after winning drop the mic. we're done. that's what you needed to see this morning. way to go. and i'm glad they're both of them. yeah. alright time is 7 17, sal, that's what we're talking about, right? big smile . big smile. yeah alright. um we do have a commute that is very typical. now i can show you that traffic in the middle of the bay where we have a lot of the congestion. usually we do have some slowing in hayward 8 80 south has a couple of issues here heading down to highway 92 . it's not terrible, but i just want to let you know that because of some earlier issues, we've had some slow traffic in that area. same thing with the bay bridge. it's been slow. there were some earlier issues right now. it's moving along pretty well. once you make it onto the bridge into san francisco with no major issues as you drive through, you can
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see that the traffic is removing well at the carpool lanes. if you're driving on interstate 80 getting into downtown oakland that looks pretty good driving past the coliseum. 7 17. let's bring roberta back. she's handling today's weather. in case you haven't noticed. it's been a very mild summer, hasn't it? yes only had some robust temperatures and the triple digits back on june 9th 10th and 11th. otherwise people have been calling it benign, but i think there's benefits to benign weather pattern. our air quality is really refreshing. our fire risk is not as high as it was just last year at this time when it was extremely brittle and high, and as far as our temperatures are concerned, i don't see any triple digits. anything at 100 degrees or more all the way through august 24th yay! alright right now good air quality. we're looking out towards the estuary. mostly cloudy skies. that's the marine layer. it's roughly down about 700 ft. another deck about 1300 ft and above that we have
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submitted and high level clouds. other why? santa rosa 52 degrees . it's 62 in san francisco, ending conquered temperature at 64 hayward, low sixties and san jose back into campbell and the cupertino that right there, that area will pressure has been pinned, willing off our west coast for several days, actually about 10. 10 days. it's now lifting to the north, allowing our five bank to churn up and mix out a little bit earlier. high pressure way over the great basin is now richard grading, and it will allow our temperatures to warm a degree or two each day through the weekend . as far as your future cast is concerned, you watch the clock and you can play along at home. you see the clouds retreat. all the way back to the cemetery coach. we will have sunshine at the beaches today and then the clouds quickly fill back in tonight overnight with a little bit of condensation next to the seashore. so today, the bottom line is morning fog burning off to sunny skies. breezy northwest winds to 20 tomorrow, a couple degrees warmer and then friday through sunday pristine
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conditions. temperature wise, you can look at your neighborhood 75 hayward back into castro valley into san lorenzo 80 degrees in redwood city. also 80 in san jose and napa as well as sonoma outside number today 88 fairfield coolest number 66 in pacifica. the five day forecast dave and gaseous still coming up. roberta. thank you, 7 20. now, a new study is raising environmental concerns about the planet. researchers in sweden and switzerland examined conditions throughout the world , they concluded there is no place where rain water is safe to drink. water samples found high levels of so called forever chemicals. those are human made chemicals, often in plastics that never break down. researchers say they found him in rainwater throughout the world. from antarctica to tibet. 7 20 now coming up by morning as the mckinney fire remains active up in siskiyou county, the forest service is honoring one of its own who died in the fire next how they're honoring the
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woman who dedicated her life just spotting flames.
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camino, real and wolf road. she'd been stabbed more than 60 times. dna technology has improved since the evidence. um, that scene was first process, and it helped to connect the killing to gary ramirez. now 75 years old and living in hawaii. i believe that we have a responsibility to these victims, no matter how old the cases to never give up. i don't believe that my work is done just because gary's in a jail in maui if there's any possibility that he harmed anyone else male female adult juvenile i want to know. no detectives say ramirez is showing signs he will fight being extradited, but officials are confident he'll be back in santa clara county to face a judge soon. meantime police in san francisco wants your help. they want to solve a cold case dating back to 26 this sunday will mark 16 years since 17 year old aubrey, a brass ska was shot
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and killed on grobe and baker street, just north of the panhandle. his mother says he was at a bus stop on his way to work. when he saw someone with a gun walking towards neighbors and told them to run and that one went when he was shot to death. there are 25 $250,000 reward is offered in the case. progress being reported in the state's largest wildfire of the year. so far, the mckinney fire is now 60% contained after burning 60,389 acres. an area almost 93 a half square miles in size. firefighters are closely watching the weather as strong winds are expected across the ridge tops through early afternoon. meanwhile, the california forest service is paying tribute to a woman who died in mckinney fire after spending years as a fire spotter since 1974 kathy shoot man worked for the forest service, looking for the first signs of fire from lookouts in the klamath national forest. she died in her home in the community of klamath river. when the mckinney fire burned through
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her coworkers say they'll miss hearing her voice on the radio. so she's really, um, a part of this forest. she's a part of a tight knit community, uh and her coworkers, um, are used to hearing her on the radio, you know, and she had a voice that was very familiar to everybody. the exact circumstances of shoot means death are still being investigated. officials say. she indicated she wanted to stay at home rather than evacuate when the fire began. historic heatwave in the pacific northwest is causing a an unbelievable, unpredictable danger. and it involves trees. now the branch from the northern red oak that's about estimated to be about £30,000 exploded in a neighborhood in portland. this happened during a record seven day heat wave where the high temperatures were between 95
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triple digits, the experts say the weight of these trees as a factor can i continue to see it? um especially with the way that the heat is trending. there isn't any real precursors or warnings, and that's the problem . no tree is perfectly safe. now joel have says they can located trees. possible failure point sometimes, but it's not a full proof process that one tree in portland to buy more than 200 years, but now it has to be removed. time is 7 27, a group of military veterans who say they were exposed to dangerous chemicals while they were deployed in iraq and afghanistan now are getting help from the white house beginning this morning, also will tell you what former president donald trump says about testifying in a new york civil investigation today is ordered
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considered mixed news and some new legal problems facing a 49ers great to tell you about the charge filed today against
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frank gore. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto good morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings on two. i'm dave clark. morning i'm gasia mikaelian. it's wednesday, august 10th. let's get you outside. this mild weather persists, but our roberta gonzalez is tracking a few decent changes. yes, a couple of changes in the form of slightly warmer weather, but barely noticeable. you have to be inland to fill the difference , and even then it's just by a couple of degrees. this is the same looking out towards the estuary where we are. on our way towards high tide, which is just after 12 24 today mostly cloudy skies there, but we do have clear skies inland, currently 60 degrees and throughout livermore and dublin and pleasant in otherwise, we're in the mid fifties to the north bay, 58 to the south and sunnyvale backing through common across the peninsula. it is a wonderful wednesday. sure we're starting
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off with the areas of morning fog with them, mostly sunnis, guides from the coast. inland areas, a breeze out of the northwest 10 to 20 pinpoint your neighborhood. how about 81 degrees in ballet? ho how about 83 m. marin city, terra linda, also in san rafael 77 degrees in december tail and the warmest ocasion a pair of eights and fairfield. your full forecast is coming up. but right now, let's steer it on over to south. how you doing? i'm doing okay. you know, roberta, we do have more congestion out there. highway 24 looks alright if you are driving toward the tunnel can start there. there's a little bit of slowing here in lafayette and some in orinda. nothing unusual . when you get over to the east shore freeway. we've had 32 minute drive. it's better than it was yesterday, although we did have some earlier issues here and at the bay bridge are still a 10 minute. wait 7 32, let's get back to the headlines. south thank you. federal reserve , taking a close look at today's inflation report it showed month to month prices held steady and
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you're over your numbers grew slightly more slowly than analysts expected. ktvu zahle rasmus here in the studio. now the number is considered a good sign ali, but the federal reserve may still be concerned concern for the fed and the average consumer still dealing with prices that are pretty high the rate of inflat more than on. it is lower. howeverinflation re expecting. federal reserve chair jerome powell says the fed will still be raising interest rates they need to see several months of declines in inflation before they can pause those plans. interest rates heights. the fed's next meeting is in september. they're expected to raise interest rates, then by about three quarters of a percent. now an 8.5% inflation rate is high. but it is less than what it was for the month of june, when the rate was more than 9% also on the plus side from june to july of this year, inflation didn't go up at all. core inflation, which does not
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include energy or food costs increased 6.1. gas prices actually fell 7.7% the average price for a gallon of regular gas across the country is just $4.01. today that is down an entire dollar compared to june when gas hit a record high of $5.01 now that, of course, is the national average price prices for gas here in california much higher as we know it is still $5.40 a gallon in our state, but that is also about a dollar less. than it was two months ago in california. now let's break down food prices. they did go up average cost of food and groceries now up nearly 11% compared to this time last year. that is the largest increase in 43 years. analysts expect those food prices will keep going up because of global conflicts like the war in ukraine, affecting things like grain prices. the price of new vehicles current. sure it's medic, medical care and recreation also went up in july, and housing prices were up a half a percent now, the labor department says americans
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average paychecks are also rising faster than they have in decades, but not enough to keep up with inflation. however a recent survey by the new york federal reserve shows americans may be feeling slightly more optimistic about this problem. that survey found that most people do not expect inflation to be an issue next year. or in the years to come, and that's significant because, economists say sometimes fear about future inflation can make the problem. worse now. the report this morning has boosted the stock markets in the early hours of trading. right now, the dow is up more than 450 points. garcia and dave back to you, ali rasmus . thank you this morning. former president donald trump has just invoked the fifth amendment and thus won't answer questions under oath in regards to questions about his real estate dealings. the civil investigation by the new york attorney general involves allegations that the former president's company misstated the value of prized assets and misled lenders and tax authorities. reaction from lawmakers to that search in mar, a lago has mostly fallen along
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party lines. republicans are denouncing the move democrats largely calling it due diligence to carry out the law. former president trump supporters, including house minority leader kevin mccarthy, are now threatening to probe attorney general merrick garland. if republicans take back the house in november. the white house responded to the search yesterday in an afternoon briefing. president biden has been unequivocal since the campaign he believes in the rule of law in the independence of justice department of the justice department investigations that those investigations should be free from political influence. nobody's above the law. the law needs to be above politics. the justice department is investigating whether former president trump took classified documents with him tomorrow. lago after leaving the white house, investigators from the doj even met with his attorneys at the property back in june for a meeting about turning over information. it's unclear how communications broke down. the
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perceived lack of cooperation is one reason why sources say the fbi carried out the search. time down. 7 36 of 49 years legend former running back frank gore was arrested and accused of domestic violence in new jersey police say frank gore was released yesterday after being charged with simple assault related to domestic violence into them and investigation led to gore being arrested, although the victim apparently showed no signs of injury. and complaints were not filed at the time the tmz is reporting, frank gore is expected to be back in court in mid october, gore spent 10 of his 16 nfl seasons with the 49ers. he's considered one of the greatest running backs ever in the nfl. and former nfl star in oakland native marshawn lynch . it was arrested in las vegas, accused of driving under the influence as vegas police say they pulled ledge over yesterday morning near las vegas boulevard . tmz is reporting he was
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driving a black mustang with no front tire and kept driving into the curb. they say the police determined he was driving under the influence, and they arrested him as more and more students returned to school, special education teachers and contra costa county will resume negotiations today as they demand higher pay and smaller class sizes. the teachers will meet with mediators and the superintendent of contra costa county schools. the teachers one of 5% cost of living raise, and they want to keep the current class size of 68 students instead of increasing it to a dozen or more, as proposed by the county office of education. these teachers also deal with students who have, um, behavior issues. extreme medical issues that are very severe. mackey, the contra costa county superintendent of schools, released a statement saying. i look forward to the mediation and believe we can come to an agreement that is fair illustrates how much we value the work of our employees and allows this agency to remain fiscally solvent. oakland will
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now have to give at least a week's notice before shutting down homeless encampment. the city council agreed to a settlement in 2018 lawsuit brought by people who were homeless who sued after the camp they were living in was shut down. many of their belongings were destroyed. as part of the agreement, the city has to provide that extended notice and take better care of people's personal items. oakland says it will also avoid clearing camps during rain or extreme weather. our state is launching a review of san francisco's housing development approval practices, a new report shows it takes more than 2.5 years from the time of developer submits the project plans to get approval to when they want to receive all the permits they need. the state averages just slightly more than one year. the long delay can force developers to cancel project because construction and material costs likely rise in that time. san francisco already has some of the highest building costs in the state. 7 39, the city of hayward has a new approach now to enforcing a ban. and on fireworks, the city issued notices of violation to the owners of 59 different
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properties for complaints filed over the fourth of july. this is under a new city ordinance that makes property owners responsible for any fireworks activity coming from their property. to find start at $1200 they go up to $5000 and the san jose city council unanimously passed final approval to remove the ban on cruising in san jose san man was first put into place 35 years ago. at that time, people in san jose said the cars that were driving slowly down king and story streets. made it difficult for other drivers to get to where they needed to go well. since then, the policy has been criticized. it's been called outdated racist and that it targeted young latinos, members of city council that the band was initially enacted as a public safety quality of life issue, but things have changed now. time now is 7 40. let's turn over to south cast for your
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traffic report here south. well, garcia, we're gonna start in the east bay and dave and dave started the bay bridge. remember earlier we had some issues here . those have been cleared and things are looking a lot better . this is a normal backup here, which is to say it's about 10 minutes before you make it past the toll plaza metering lights and then get onto the span. there have been no major issues on interstate 80 and san mateo bridge is getting a little bit more crowded. dumbarton bridge looks good. and to eighties also getting crowded into the south that we haven't talked a lot about the south bay because there hasn't been much to say. i can tell you that there are some slowdowns, but there haven't been any major problems as you drive over to that west valley 7 41. let's bring roberta in here to talk about today's weather is the last time you've been at today's game. it's been a few years. i have to say before the pandemic yes, yes, ma'am there this weekend. you know what? i follow you on social media, so i know this is what today there's a game. it's an afternoon game. okay the mound is one of our
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local guys. paul blackburn. his nickname is blackie and he was born in antioch's and he graduated from heritage high school. nice nice knowledge would oh, i love my aids. okay so number 58 on the mound for the good guys today and your weather forecast while you're heading on out to the colosseum. they're playing house to the astros and come on. we've got to get this one. all right. this is what game three of a three day series and it hasn't been looking good, but we've got our local hero on the mound. 73 degrees sunshine west wind at 15 mph. it is going to be glorious at the colosseum in oakland, julie haener. looking pretty at the estuary, the clouds are breaking up condensed squash a deck of low clouds. now officials sunrise was at 6 20 this morning and we were shocked in but now we're seeing the clearing concords at 62. same in san francisco. the winds are at 18 and fairfield. otherwise the winds a bit under 10 all morning , but they're going to rotate in the northwestern increased 10 to
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20 during the afternoon hours, so this area of low pressure it's been pain willing right here off the california coast for at least 10 to 12 days. it's now beginning to lift up in a northerly direction, allowing that marine layer to scour out, also permitting the area of high pressure over the great basin to retrograde temperature is going to climb a degree or two as we slide into the weekend today, 67 degrees along the seashore 88 degrees away from the bay for warmer spot of our inland area. and yes, that will be fair filled otherwise, again, a breezy afternoon. it was breezy yesterday, wasn't it? okay look at your neighborhood forecast today. 77 degrees in san mateo 86 in concord, 87. antiochus and typically, we should be at 89 degrees and throughout the tri valley, but instead today 84 degrees will talk about the return of temperatures in the nineties and when to expect it and david garcia that's still straight ahead. roberta thank you after these, and they're noticing a difference in their
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customer base these days why the restaurant chains are attracting higher income diners. and san francisco's new district attorney says she volunteered for a group that was working to recall her predecessor, but papers have been filed with the city may tell a different story coming up on mornings onto the nine a feud over the use of public streets in san francisco. we'll tell you how a prestigious private school and a farmers market have reached an agreement on how they're they'll share two city blocks. into the new arrangement
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for military veterans who were exposed to toxic burn pits. now burn pits were used in iraq and then afghanistan to dispose of chemicals, cans, tires, plastics and medical equipment. the legislation will help veterans get disability payments without having to prove their illness was the result of their service , and by the way other healthcare services for veterans will also be expanded. elon musk is explaining why he sold about $7 billion worth of his tesla stock after the company's annual shareholder meetings. the sale came to public attention after
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tesla ceo musk's latest security and exchange commission filings , musk said he wants to cash in cases deal to acquire twitter is forced to close quickly, and some of his equity partners don't come through financially. many see this as an indicator that he thinks the deal will happen, possibly for a lower price. musk says that the twitter deal doesn't happen hill just by the tesla shares back out of money well, the latest report on inflation shows some good news this morning and wall street is reacting. cook has been taking it all into the newsroom. she's back in studio with dollars and cents to have some good news coming in on the economy and the markets. the consumer price index tracks the prices we pay for just about everything for july. the overall measure of inflation rose 8.5% from july of last year. it also remains steady from the june report that indicates inflation is slowing down a bit. even the core cpi, which takes out food and energy prices came in better than economists predicted. now that took stock soap right up right when the opening bell rang
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this morning about 400 points right off the bat when that bell rang as we take a live look at the numbers and the new york stock exchange right now, the dow jones now up almost 500 points there 1.5% the s and p. 500 up one and three quarters of a percent in the nasdaq gaining two and a quarter percent almost 300 points there for the nasdaq . the california energy commission in sacramento votes too. they and what's considered the nation's most ambitious proposal to turn off shore wind into electricity. the state wants to build enough wind turbines to power a quarter of the state by 2045. environmentalists clean energy companies and labor activists are holding a news conference today ahead of that vote. they say raising offshore wind targets will create jobs, cut pollution and address the state's climate change goals. applebee's and ihop say they're saying more customers with higher salaries. dying brands owned both of those restaurant chains. dying grew 6 to 8% among
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families earning more than $75,000 a year, the company's ceo announced during a call with analysts that this phenomenon explains why i among customers earning less than $50,000 a year. and the company assumes they left for even lower cost options. wine enthusiast released its list of the 50 best wine restaurants in the country and believe it or not, just three bay area restaurants received that honor and just one of those is in wine country that is little saint in healdsburg. the other bay area restaurants included our flour and water in san francisco's mission district , and nari, a thai restaurant in japantown, but i know you have a favorite wine restaurant in the bay area's 11. no. what your favorite is because we know we have a lot of them. i'm pam cook. that's a look at your dollars. incense thank you. let's get you out the door or maybe let you linger south cast newsworld waiting to hear. that's right. it's not all that
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slow out there in some spots and other spots still have some slowing. let's go out and take a look at that east bay commute first, and you will see that the east bay in the south bay kind of meshed in with just moderate commutes. i kind of like what i see. i do see some slowing in hayward in san lorenzo. suddenly andrew heading south and some slowing on the peninsula, but it is again pretty typical for this time of the morning. you may want to know what the bay bridge looks bay bridge is still backed up. for about 10 minute delay before you make it onto the span. 7 51. what about today's weather? here's roberta . i talked about this a little bit earlier. sal and a lot of people have been asking me, you know, isn't it a boring summer? i don'thi like it quiet. it's been nice. i like it . if you live inland, it has been below average, for the most part, at least since about june . 11th as far as our temperatures are concerned, a lot of people are referring to it as a benign weather pattern. and yes, it is. so that means the air quality is really good.
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it's really refreshing via risk is not extremely high as it was last year on this date. and as far as your high temperatures in the triple digits, you have to go back to june 9th, 10th and 11th to find over 100 degrees. i don't see any more temperatures like that until after august 24th, and that is delightful again. your air quality throughout the bay area today with the northwest breeze 10 to 20 will be good, good air quality right now looking out towards the estuary official high tide is at 12 20 for this afternoon and we have the water's rising now onshore east bay. kicking off the temperatures. in the high fifties and sixties, and it is 64 degrees and pittsburgh. otherwise it's 60 degrees and throughout castro valley fifties and sixties have been coming across the north bay boy. we bought him doubt this morning early in upper, like at 48 degrees 56 degrees now in ross our numbers now with partly cloudy conditions around the peninsula into the low end mid
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sixties. good morning to you right there in belmont at 65 56 degrees in menlo park to kickstart your wednesday morning and in in santa cruz concert trying to break up 61 degrees, we will have sunshine and mid and high seventies through capitola, so rain all associated with that area of low pressure to the north of us. that was right there. it's now lifted up in a northerly direction. monsoonal moisture is now banking off the huge dome of high pressure and diverting away from the state of california. so as far as we are concerned by this afternoon, the low clouds off the san mateo coast moving back onshore in the overnight hours. even some areas of localized drizzle. bottom line. let's go ahead and put a bow on it, starting off with the fog and the mild conditions than sunny and breezy today. same tomorrow, not even a degree warmer or two all the way to the weekend number sixties seventies and eighties under 90 degrees, dave alright, roberta. thank
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you. time is now 7 53 fighting violent and oakland coming up with the mayor of oakland is doing to hear directly from oakland residents this week all over the city. and you ready for this basketball superstar teams up with a rap music legend. in a moment, we'll tell you about the new partnership between steph curry and yes, snoop dogg. in order for small businesses to thrive, they need to be smart. efficient. agile. and that's never been more important than it is right now. so for a limited time, comcast business is introducing small business savings. call now to get powerful internet for just 39 dollars a month. with no contract. and a money back guarantee.
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all on the largest, fastest reliable network. from the company that powers more businesses than anyone else. call and start saving today. comcast business. powering possibilities. non-gaming tribes have been left in the dust. wealthy tribes with big casinos make billions, while small tribes struggle in poverty. prop 27 is a game changer. 27 taxes and regulates online sports betting to fund permanent solution to homelessness. while helping every tribe in california. so who's attacking prop 27? wealthy casino tribes who want all the money for themselves support small tribes, address homelessness. vote yes on 27.
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it was a very dramatic rescue this morning, rescue divers successfully guided that beluga whale into a net. you see here before it was lifted from the river by a crane. that operation lasted six hours. a veterinarian who was there said this dangerously malnourished whale started to have breathing problems during the process, and the bet determined the best thing they could do. was euthanized the whale scientists around the world are looking for solutions to the problem of microplastics in the ocean. microplastics are tiny little pieces of plastic debris that cause environmental hazards in the oceans around the world. researchers in china are developing robotic fish to absorb the toxic waste at the university of barcelona. in spain, scientists are actually training people to attach special nets to paddle boards
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and kayaks. tax so they can scoop up microplastics. our citizens that are training. in whole, they have to collect scientific samples. the world wide fund for nature is estimating there could be 50 times more microplastics in the ocean's by the end of this century, and there are new reports out showing online prices are actually going down for the first time in two years , according to the adobe digital price index. prices dropped 1% in july compared to a year ago. economists say that's a nice little break for consumers who faced 25 straight months of online inflation electronic prices they saw one of the biggest price drops dropping 9.3% compared to a year ago. changes coming for this year's world cup of soccer. it was supposed to begin on november 21st in qatar, but fifa the
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soccer governing body. it's thinking about moving the match between qatar and ecuador up a day to the 20th. now that change would allow the host country of qatar play on an exclusive day to open the tournament. make sure you'll be watching us here on ktvu and the fox family of networks to see every match in the 2022 fifa men's world cup, including all team usa matches. alright superstar snoop dogg and warriors star steph curry has helped to unveil a remolded basketball gym at the long beach boys in girls club now snoop told the young fans he grew up on that same basketball court. steph curry told the kids. he was honored to be there any thanks snoop for his community support. take a look around now . they also hung around these superstars and watch the kids play before they pose for pictures and signed autographs.
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more bay area students head back to school today we're alive at a school in one of the east bay's largest districts to see what's in store for students on their first day back. and new accusations against san francisco's new district attorney papers filed with the city are raising questions about some of her volunteer work with a group that wanted to recall her predecessor. and new inflation numbers came in a short time ago. we put the numbers into perspective in this morning's consumer price index. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto. morning i'm gasia mikaelian it's wednesday, august 10th. let's get you out the door, maybe a light jacket required in some parts of the bay. roberta, wouldn't you say far north bay? i would say yeah , otherwise it's pretty mild outside and the wind hasn't kicked up yet. you both look gorgeous this morning. you do guy, everybody we do have the clearing of the skies unless you're on the immediate seashore
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where we do have areas of fog and low clouds. we do have hayes right now looking out towards that's coast guard island. it's ah, right there in the oakland estuary between oakland and alameda, where the water looks flat right now, but a small craft advisory in place later this afternoon on shore we go. temperatures are in the mid in high fifties now to the north 60 and one big creek. it's 67 degrees in brentwood back into discovery bay. good morning to you and palo alto at 60 for semen hayward, and it's going to pan out to be a wonderful wednesday, statistically speaking near perfect. with sixties at the beaches to the mid and high eighties away from the bay breeze northwest 10 to 20 mph 75 in oakland, etienne napa, redwood city and in san jose. ali and garcia. we have the full forecast coming up, but i believe we still have sowed to talk about some traffic. that's true right now wrote. we do have traffic that is moving along.
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okay at the bay bridge. we're going to start there and you can see that traffic is getting a little bit better. i think that by the end of the nine o'clock hour if you have some flexibility, you may be able to go little later and save yourself some time. this is a look at 8 80. it is beginning to slow down on the way to downtown oakland. it's 802 let's go back to the desk. thank you sound happening today. it's the first day back to school for many students and teachers across the bay area, ktvu amanda quintana is at twin creeks elementary in san ramon, where classes are about to get underway this morning. amanda could you see and feel the excitement out there? you can. we just heard that first bells so kids are kind of trying to rush inside. but you can tell it's the first day of school because kids have their new outfits on. i talked to a little girl very excited about her outfit, and then they have this sign here, and a lot of kids are standing under that sign getting to take their first picture of the school. your parents very excited for that. the district is ready to have all these students back. they
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say all summer they've been working on cleaning and preparing classrooms for students and getting lesson plans ready in a video to families, the superintendent said. the goal this year is to allow students to thrive by building on the foundations of excellence. what that means is our students are healthy, socially, emotionally and physically. our students are independent and interdependent, confident they have a sense of purpose. they understand who they are and what they want to do in their lives as they grow older. whether our students are five years old or whether our students are getting ready for graduation. we know that we are here to provide the best experience possible. of course, there are still some covid concerns last school year started off with a mandatory mask mandate in san ramon valley schools. but this year masks are optional. still recommended getting vaccinated is also strongly recommended. i did have a chance to speak to some pretty
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adorable students before they went inside today, they say they're excited to meet their new teachers to see their friends again and just to move up a grade. one kid was very excited he gets to play in the bigger playground. it says little things that they are ready for in this new school year live in san ramon, amanda quintana ktvu fox two news, amanda thank you. it's the first day of school at a number of other bay area districts, including milpitas, new haven, piedmont, pittsburgh pleasant in and middle and high school students go back in palo alto. today more of the bay area's largest districts such as santa clara and mount diablo unified also gets started tomorrow. new this morning. the labor department says the inflation rate slowed down slightly during the month of july. the rate of inflation was 8.5% that means prices still more than 8% higher last month than they were at the same time last year. but it is down from the 9% last month, which was the biggest increase in inflation in 40 years. economists say the biggest reason is a drop in energy prices. americans are paying
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less on average now for gasoline , and that helped counterbalance food costs. which did go up now. if the trend continues, it could keep the federal reserve from increasing interest rates at its september meeting new this morning, san francisco's interim district attorney, brooke jenkins, was paid more than $100,000 by a group connected to the main funders of the chase of boudin recall effort, according to some new financial documents , released and filed with the city ethics commission, the nonprofit group neighbors for a better san francisco page jenkins that money for consulting work. another group with a similar name called neighbors for a better san francisco advocacy was the main funder of the recall. the same billionaire is on the board of both groups. jenkins had previously said she was a volunteer with the recall campaign. the payment was first reported by the sf standard. now we did reach out to the da's office for comment, have not heard back yet. but in a statement to the chronicle, a spokesperson issued a statement on behalf of brooke jenkins saying my work for the nonprofit organizations focused on public safety and other legal work
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supporting community. ranging from formerly incarcerated women. helping advise the business community on public safety concerns and issues. i compiled legal analysis research reports and provided advice for all of these organizations and their respective issue areas. california lawmakers want to improve the state's response to the monkeypox outbreak. the state's new select committee on monkeypox oversight held its first hearing yesterday as people across the state continues to stand in long lines to try and get their monkey pox vaccine. lawmakers were told vaccines are in short supply with just 109,000 shots available in the entire state. they were also given status reports on the state of testing and treatment and many counties in california lawmakers were told strict rules are one of the reasons doctors have to wait so long to give their patients treatment when infected with monkeypox. he has to spend this doctor two hours, filling out paperwork and jumping through hoops with the cdc to get
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permission to give these these pills to a person suffering and it could take days. 1300 confirmed cases of monkeypox in california. san francisco has the most of any county with more than 500 cases. the oakland police department is stepping up patrols at oakland tech high school following a threat there on social media. the principal sent a letter to the school community about a threat posted on instagram against what were referred to as non white students. oakland tech will have more officers on and near campus today and more culture and climate ambassadors as well. police are investigating the threat. oakland mayor libby chef is going into neighborhoods to meet with people who either can't or won't come to city hall to talk with her. last night, the mayor held an outdoor meeting in east oakland at a royal viejo recreation center about 30. people there talked about the problems they see and they listen to what the mayor says about trashing the neighborhoods, homeless encampments and violence. people are on edge, and we have got to
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retrain people to resolve conflicts without violence. the meetings follow last weekend's violence, including two shootings in downtown oakland, including one in which a 35 year old man was killed. joshua barnes was described as a man who always was ready to help neighbors and took part in neighborhood cleanups. community involvement was called one of the solutions to oakland's problems. one man said he wants to see more interaction between police and people in neighborhoods. he knew our parents and you know, and we don't get that anymore. and i truly believe that that would make a difference if that would happen. mayor shuffle hold two more such community meetings this week. tonight she'll be in north oakland at colby park tomorrow will be at san antonio park right near lake merritt. time now is eight. oh, eight. it's been a busy morning. a lot of schools back in session, and , you know, sal, i noticed on wednesdays. that's when we kind of see the most traffic out there because it's midweek and a lot of people going to the office. maybe when they would normally be working from home. i
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noticed that on 8, 80 alley and garcia, northbound 8 80 is going to be slow. i can show it to you. now it's kind of slowing down like the pre pandemic slowdowns we used to have. heading up to downtown oakland. so there may be some truth in that. and at the bay bridge, we do have a big backup. sometimes mondays and fridays are lighter as being wednesday's halle mentioned i think we have a lot of things going on. so you will see the east bay that is beginning a little bit heavier cemetery. all bridges improved quite a bit and the south bay commute also improving at the time. it's 809. let's go back to the desk. thank you. sal fallout from the fbi search of donald trump's mar a lago estate in florida what the white house is saying about the investigation, plus what happened when the former president went to see the new york attorney general for questioning this morning and trade lands will play in friday's 49ers preseason opener. head coach kyle shanahan lays out his plans on the playing time for his you
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in order for small businesses to thrive, they need to be smart. efficient. agile. and that's never been more important than it is right now. so for a limited time, comcast business is introducing small business savings. call now to get powerful internet for just 39 dollars a month. with no contract. and a money back guarantee. all on the largest, fastest reliable network. from the company that powers more businesses than anyone else. call and start saving today. comcast business. powering possibilities. large out-of-state corporations have set their sights on california. they've written prop 27, to allow online sports betting. they tell us it will fund programs for the homeless.
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but read prop 27's fine print. 90% of profits go to out-of-state corporations, leaving almost nothing for the homeless. no real jobs are created here. but the promise between our state and our sovereign tribes would be broken forever. these out-of-state corporations don't care about california. but we do. stand with us.
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is suing. angeles county she accuses in the suit, county sheriff's deputies of sharing photos of the helicopter crash in 2020 that killed kobe bryant
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and seven others, including kobe and vanessa's daughter, gianna. the plaintiffs say they suffered emotional distress when deputies in county firefighters took photos of the crash scene and shared them. an attorney for l. a county says those photos were never shared publicly. the plaster county sheriff's office has shared a new picture of the missing truckee teenager from the night she disappeared. detectives say they found surveillance video from a business and truckee showing 16 year old kylie rodney on friday , hours before she was reported missing. they're hoping the updated picture of the clothing she was wearing could help them find her. at the same time, several dive units started searching nearby processor reservoir for any signs of rodney or her vehicle. there are more tributes to actor olivia newton john from those who knew her best fellow actor jane seymour's remembering their 50 year friendship, saying newton john defied all odds before her death, seymour told fox news digital. she spent the last few days crying her eyes out, remembering the time she spent
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with newton john over the many years, raising their children maintaining their careers. seymour says newton john was most proud of the work. she did helping people living and dealing with cancer. olivia newton john died on monday at the age of 73 after battling cancer for nearly 30 years. the city of melbourne, australia's paying tribute to olivia newton john, projecting a picture of her lighting up the city and pink lights in her honor. newton john spent several years there in melbourne as a young child. healthcare workers at six providence hospitals in northern california say they've been short changed thousands of dollars in pay the caregivers at hospitals that includes santa rosa memorial, petaluma valley and queen of the valley medical center. napa say the problem is a faulty paycheck system, they say since the start of last month, workers have not received any paycheck or were paid hundreds or even thousands of dollars less. then what they earned. i've calculated in. obviously i couldn't do everybody who sent me their paychecks and their corona sheets, but i have calculated anywhere from hundreds of
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dollars of thousands of dollars that are missing on paychecks do depending on what the category of the nurse was. a spokesperson for providence hospital says most of the pay issues have been resolved and that a new payroll system was added last week. this friday. the 49ers start their preseason at levi stadium against the green bay packers. 49ers head coach kyle shanahan says quarterback trade lands and several other stars on the offense will play in the game and the starters will also play against the houston texans in the third preseason game will sit for game two against the minnesota vikings. there's three preseason games are packed into it just 12 days stretch. i'd like to get guys to play in this game. um because i don't want to play in the second game. you know the one to scrimmage the team more into the scrimmage than the game. hopefully a little and one a little and three and then what? 17 days to get ready for week one. 49ers began the regular season september 11th that is one month and one day away against the chicago bears are favored to win by a touchdown. tomorrow night on ktvu. fox to major league
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baseball returns to iowa for its field of dreams game. this year's showcase features in chicago cubs against the cincinnati reds. the team showed off their retro uniforms, which are inspired by what the players wore in the early 19 hundreds. baseball held its first ever field of dreams game last year, when the chicago white sox beat the new york yankees on a walk off home run at the corn field, where kevin cornfield where kevin costner shot the classic film, you can catch the field of dreams. game on ktvu coverage starts at three o'clock thursday afternoon. we'll also have a special live report from the field of dreams during mornings onto tomorrow. 8 16. let's talk about what's happening at this minute. south castaneda, who needs to rush out as quickly as they can. well, i think that if you have a chance is to linger. you could and i think the bay bridge will get better. not worse, because i think a lot of the bulk of the commute has gone through. let's go right to the bay bridge, and i'll show you that we do have a backup, but if you're waiting to go to san
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francisco, i do believe it's going to get better as we get closer to nine o'clock. we don't see a lot going on interstate 8 80, but it is a little bit slow past the coliseum getting into downtown oakland and the same mateo bridge is moderately heavy, heading out to the high rise. no problems in san jose along northbound to 80. at 8 16. let's bring uh, the weather in hello. hi there. yes you know what i? it's so automatic. i have to confess. i almost said steve, because i've been doing this for 20 years with steve. exactly but i stopped myself. well, thank you. thank you. steve took a very well deserved day off today, right? yes, he did. and i know you guys are the dynamic dual, like batman and robin. you've been together even longer than they have. i know that because i've seen the types alright. live with the camera, looking out this morning at several decks and clouds out there. we're looking out towards support of oakland. you know this? i find this really fascinating that the ports of oakland was the first major ports on the pacific coast. to
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build terminals for those container ships that you're looking at right now. i find that really fascinating. i find everything fascinating about the port of oakland. well, okay. currently in oakland and alameda , the temperature is now at 64 degrees, otherwise mid sixties throughout most of our eastern district, we're already up to 68 brentwood and in discovery bay north bay numbers wow. 52 degrees and upper leg to 60 and sonoma 62 in mill valley through terror. linda and ross. 65 now and belmont. we have partly cloudy skies along the peninsula , but some areas of the coast are still sucked in with areas of fog. 62 santa cruz going up to high today in the mid and upper seventies through capital of this area, low pressure finally moving to the north, taking with it some rain this morning and throughout seatac now what is allowing us to do is churn out that marine. they're a little bit earlier. it's allowing the ridge of high pressure to retrograde into the
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west coast, a degree or two warmer each day as we slip into to the weekend. but meanwhile, 73 today in santa barbara, that's good looking nineties in los angeles, high nineties and fresno and 94 degrees of peace and reading and in sacramento 74 degrees pristine conditions through the weekend of the greater lake tahoe area. if you're already planning your hiking and camping outing now, meanwhile, for us locally today we're talking about sunny skies all the way back to the coast. we will see a couple of hours at least. have some clearing around half moon bay in the mid sixties seventies around el cerrito and piedmont and in oakland, 83 degrees is spot on for this time of the year in santa rosa 84 throughout livermore is slightly below normal for this time of the year and throughout the tri valley, and we should be at 81 in san jose. 80 so i'm calling it a near perfect summer day here in the bay, holding steady friday and the warmest day of
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enjoy your day. thank you so much, rosemary. around the globe researchers in sweden and switzerland examined conditions around the world and concluded that there is no place where the rain water is completely safe to drink. water samples found high levels of so called forever chemicals pretty much everywhere , including things like microplastics tiny particles of plastic residue that never breakdown, researchers found those microplastics and rainwater throughout the world from antarctica to tibet. 8 20 here coming up on mornings onto the mckinney fire remains active up in siskiyou county. four services honoring what if its own who died in the fire next, the woman who dedicated her life to spotting flames and extreme weather in the pacific northwest is having a damaging effect on some of the region's trees. in fact, there's cases of some of the trees exploding from extreme heat will explain.
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for years, california's non-gaming tribes have been left in the dust. wealthy tribes with big casinos make billions, while small tribes struggle in poverty. prop 27 is a game changer. 27 taxes and regulates online sports betting to fund permanent solution to homelessness. while helping every tribe in california. so who's attacking prop 27? wealthy casino tribes who want all the money for themselves support small tribes, address homelessness.
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vote yes on 27.
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since evidence from that scene was first processed and that dna helped connect the killing to gary ramirez, who is now 75 years old and living in hawaii. i believe that we have a responsibility to these victims , no matter how old the cases to never give up. i don't believe that my work is done just because gary's in a jail in maui if there is any possibility that he harmed anyone else. male female adult juvenile i want to know. detectives say ramirez and his attorneys have indicated that they plan to fight his extradition. they're confident, though he will be back in santa clara county soon to face a judge. san francisco police are asking for help to solve a cold case from 2006 sunday will mark 16 years since 17 year old aubrey, a brusque brask a was shot and killed on grove and baker streets just north of the panhandle. his mother says he was at the bus stop on his way to work when he saw someone with a gun walking towards neighbors,
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and he told them to run. that's when he was fatally shot. $250,000 reward is being offered in that case, us for services announced no charges in the state's largest wildfire, no changes that is the largest wildfire of the year. we still don't know how this one started. about 90 minutes ago. officials said that containment this morning remains 60% the size of the fire didn't change much still at around 60,400 acres are nearly 93 a half square miles in size. firefighters are very closely watching the weather as strong winds are expected across the ridge tops early this afternoon. the california forest service is paying tribute to a woman who died in the mckinney fire after spending years as a fire spotter since 1970 for kathy shoot man worked for the forest service, looking for the first signs of fire from lookouts in the klamath national forest. she died in her home in the community of klamath river. when the mckinney fire roared through coworkers say they'll miss hearing her voice on the radio. so she's really, um, a part of this forest. she's a
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part of a technic community, uh and her coworkers, um, are used to hearing her on the radio, you know, and she had a voice that was very familiar to everybody. the exact circumstances of her death are still under investigation. officials say. she indicated she wanted to stay at home rather than evacuate when the fire initially started historic heatwave in the pacific northwest is causing an unpredictable danger involving trees. the branch from the northern red oak that is estimated to weigh about £30,000. exploded in a portland's neighborhood. it happened during a record seven day heat wave in which highs hit 95 degrees to triple digits. arborists say the weight of these trees is a factor. and i continue to see it, especially with the way that the heat is trending. there isn't any real precursors or warnings, and that's the problem. no tree is perfectly safe. arborist say they can locate a trees.
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possible failure points sometimes on the branches, but it's not a foolproof solution that one tree in portland survived more than 200 years, but now it will have to be removed. coming up a group of military veterans whose members say they were exposed to dangerous chemicals while deployed in iraq and afghanistan is getting some help from the white house. what's happening starting this morning? and former president donald trump spent about an hour this morning at the office of new york's attorney general still to come. his exploits explanation about why he invoked the fifth amendment and did not answer
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ahead a school year that comes with some changes and remaining covid challenges. then one of the greatest running backs ever play in the nfl is arrested following a domestic violence incident. what's next for former 49, frank gore and what an investigation found. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. good morning and welcome back. i'm gasia mikaelian erasmus. today is wednesday. august 10th. it's nice to see sunshine here behind us the oakland estuary. let's turn things over to roberta gonzalez for a look at that first day of school forecast for a lot of kids out there, especially in the east bay and you can see the sunshine there, huh? yeah, right behind us. it's breaking up there. we already had the clear skies in the east bay, where
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many of the students are going back to school, and i think that is not right at all. they should wait to after labor day. okay that's just how i feel. let's take a look at the door right now. we do have the clouds breaking up over the estuary where the waters are flat. but we'll have come a little bit rough this afternoon. small craft advisory in place for local bay waters also just immediately outside the gate 64 degrees right now in san francisco, just shy of 70 and brentwood and in discovery bay. it's 57 degrees in santa rosa and to the south 64 san jose going up to 80 there. etienne napa adm. redwood city and are outside number today. 88 m fair, villar close spot 66 pacifica. we have the extended forecasts, including the a's baseball day forecast that still straight ahead, but right now, let's say good morning to sell. what's going on out there. sal to it is getting a little bit better. if you are driving in the east bay. things are beginning to clear out a little bit. show you some of the maps. we still have some
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slowing and hayward approaching from 8 80. we have kind of a long, slow down from san leandro into oakland this morning. highway four still has some slowing and so does highway 24. it's a little bit crowded, so it's been kind of a late commute. the bay bridge usually is better by now, but it's still congested. getting into san francisco. it takes 32. let's go back to the desk. bell is rung students are now back in the classroom for the first time this school year in the central valley unified school district, katie is amended. quintana live in san ramon, where did you get to talk with parents and little ones right before those last minute goodbyes? yes katia. you know this feeling, so we've got the kindergarten parents that have to leave now they've been allowed to stay in the classroom last 30 minutes. now it's time for them to go leave the little ones to their first day in kindergarten. a lot of those parents want to want to stay a little longer, just with those kids. but here in san ramon valle unified school district. it is the first day so they're
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they're leaving them. the district is excited to have these students back. they say all summer they have been working on cleaning and preparing classrooms for students and getting those lesson plans. ready now in a video to families, the superintendent said the goal this year is to allow students to thrive by building on the foundations of excellence. today i asked some students what they are most excited for on this first day of school. and to play my friend warren. i'm wearing all these new clothes that i just got. of course, there are still some covid concerns here last school year started off with the mandatory mask mandate in san ramon valley schools. but this year masks are optional. we have seen some kids wearing them. still they are recommended getting vaccinated is also strongly recommended. the district is focused on just the excitement of being back. we just talked to the superintendent. he says that it does feel like they have some sense of normalcy back. it looks like a regular first day of
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school here, and it really feels like that for a lot of these families, so it's good after the years we've had of covid mandates and all that. it's good to have some sense of normalcy back here live in san ramon, amanda quintana ktvu fox tuners , amanda. thank you time now is 8 34 new this morning, former president donald trump invoked the fifth amendment and thus didn't answer questions under oath about new york. states investigation into his business dealings. now this is separate from the mar a lago probe. former president trump released a public statement after seeing the new york state attorney general defending in what he said by saying he was asked once if you're innocent, why are you taking the fifth amendment statement went on to say, quote when our family your company and all the people in your orbit have become the target of an unfounded, politically motivated witch hunt, supported by lawyers , prosecutors and the fake news media, you have no choice. new york state is looking into allegations he misstated the value of prized assets and misled lenders and tax officials . reaction from lawyers to the
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search at mara lago has mostly fallen along party lines. republicans are denouncing the move democrats calling it due diligence to carry out the law. former president trump supporters, including house minority leader kevin mccarthy, are now threatening to probe attorney general merrick garland if republicans take back the house in november. the white house responded to the search yesterday during an afternoon briefing. president biden has been unequivocal since the campaign he believes in the rule of law in the independence of justice department of the justice department investigations that those investigations should be free from political influence. nobody's above the law. the law needs to be above politics. the justice department is investigating whether former president trump took classified documents with him tomorrow. lago after leaving the white house, investigators from the doj even met with the former president, attorneys at the property in june for a meeting about turning over information. it's unclear how communications broke down. the perceived lack of cooperation is one reason
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sources say the fbi carried out that search former nfl running back frank gore was arrested and charged with simple assault in new jersey last month. police say he was released yesterday and that the charges are tied to a domestic violence incident. investigation into that incident led to course arrest although investigators say the victim in that case did not show signs of injury, and complaints were not filed right when it happened. tmz reports core is expected to be in court in mid october. he spent 10 of his 16 seasons with the san francisco 40 niners. he's considered one of the greatest running backs to ever play in the nfl. unless vegas police they're arrested former nfl star in oakland native marshawn lynch for driving under the influence of vegas police say they pulled lynch over yesterday morning near las vegas boulevard. tmz reports, lynch was driving a black mustang with no front tire and kept driving into the curb. officers determined he was driving under the influence and arrested him. as more students return to school special education teachers in contra costa county
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will resume negotiations today in their demands for higher pay and smaller class sizes. the teachers will meet with mediators and the superintendent of the contra costa is county schools, teachers 125% cost of living raise and they want to keep the current class size of 6 to 8 students instead of increasing it to a dozen or more, as is proposed by the county office of education. these teachers also deal with students who have, um, behavior issues, extreme medical issues that are very severe. mackey, the contra costa county superintendent of schools, released a statement saying. in part i look forward to the mediation and believe we can come to an agreement that is fair illustrates how much we value the work of our employees and allows this agency to remain fiscally solvent. oakland will now have to give at least a week's notice before shutting down homeless encampments. the city council agreed to a settlement in 2018 lawsuit brought by people who were homeless who sued after the camp they were living in was shut down. many of their belongings were destroyed. as part of the agreement, the city has to prove that has to provide that
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extended notice and take better care of people's personal items . oakland says it will avoid clearing camps during rain or extreme weather. across the bay, the states launching a review of san francisco's housing development approval practices, a new report shows it takes more than 2.5 years from the time of developer submits a project plan to get approval to when they received all the permits they need. the state averages just more than one year that long delay can often force developers to cancel projects because construction and material costs have risen in that time. san francisco already has some of the highest building costs in the state. the city of hayward says it is taking a new approach to enforcing a ban on fireworks . they say the city has issued notices of violation to the owners of 59 different properties. those notices stemmed from complaints people made over the fourth of july. a new city ordinance in hayward holds property or property owners responsible for any fireworks activity that happens on their property. fines start at $1200 a citation and can be as high as $5000. the centers. a
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city council has unanimously passed a final approval to lift the ban on cruising in the city . that band was first enacted 35 years ago. at the time, people in san jose complained that cars driving slowly down king and story roads made it hard for other drivers to get around. but since then, the policy has been criticized as being outdated. and racist targeting young latinos who drive lowriders. council members say the ban was initially enacted as a public safety quality of life issue, but that things have now changed . 8 39. let's get you out the door. the sunshine is a welcome change, roberta. you remember for weeks we had great behind us here in the oakland estuary. yes we've been socked in because we've had this area of low pressure. it's been pinwheeling off the coast first. a couple of weeks. now it's finally beginning to lift up in the northern lane direction and as it does, so, we are now starting to see a little bit of clearing out a little bit earlier, and as a result, we have the temperatures, maybe a degree or two warmer. that's it, though. i called this an air perfect
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summer day because we're very close to where we should be. for this time of the year 66 in pacifica. 75 in oakland today, seventies and eighties will become at around the peninsula and up to about 88 our warmest spot inland and that will be in our eastern portion of our bay area, but santa rosa to the north 83 san jose 80 degrees to the south. currently these are our temperatures hit 65 in alameda. part temperatures already and too low and mid sixties in the eastern district, otherwise in the north bay. wow 56 upper lake. it's already gone up from 48 degrees experienced earlier today. 62 ross. meanwhile around montara, 65, 63 atherton and good morning santa cruz at 66 degrees. now there is that area of low pressure that's been pinwheeling off the coast has been lifting up in the northern league direction as it jogs north is spread some rain showers earlier today and throughout seattle back into tacoma. otherwise high pressure is now retro grading from the
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great basin. then. and that's providing us with some warmer conditions inland while our coast remains pretty mild, 64 monterey today 94 piece of reading and in sacramento, 74 in the greater lake tahoe area where the monsoonal moisture will not affect the area through the weekend, so you can make those outdoor hiking and camping plans now. meanwhile again today's daytime highs for the mid sixties at the beaches to the mid eighties away from the bay into our inland areas and will gradually have little bit of a warm up tomorrow will hold steady on friday, a tad warmer on saturday, but you know what? when you look at these numbers, garcia as long as we're not in the triple digits are air quality states. great. our risk of fire danger stays low and those triple digits are not in the forecast until after august, 24th. wonderful roberta. thank you. it's a 41. here we are just about to welcome the superintendent of berkeley public schools two mornings onto just ahead of the start of the
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new school year from academics down the district. is berkeley ready we're talking about the new year brings and what staying the same. and it's a nightmare scenario for any parent watching a little league game a better struck in the head by a bulb, but this pitch is just the first part of the story. in a moment, the heartwarming resolution between these two young welcome to subway's biggest refresh yet. they're drafting 12 new subs for their all-new subway series menu. you've never seen subs like this before chuck. meteoric meatiness, and chowtown cheesiness... let's go to our panel for more appetizing analysis. the new monster's bacon has consummate craveable crispiness!
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his tesla stock after the company's annual share at after the company's annual shareholder meeting. the sale came to public attention after musk's latest security exchange commission filings said he wants the cash and cases deal to acquire twitter is forced to close quickly as some of his equity partners don't come through financially. many see this as an indicator, he thinks the deal will happen, possibly for a lower price, musk said at the twitter deal doesn't happen, he'll just buy those tesla shares back. redwood city
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council member wants to protect tenants who are evicted from their homes during property renovations. right now, the community group faith in action is rallying around a woman who lives at a building in central redwood city. her name is elizabeth. she's withholding her last name, she says her landlords are harassing her and trying to force her out while they do work on the building where she lives. leaving signs in my driveway stating that if i'm illegally parked here, that they're going to tow away my vehicle and letters and coming to the door and taking photos of letters as if they're amazon. they've been coming with workers to interrupt my peace and pressure me to leave. that rally was scheduled to happen just before a meeting between the property management company and the woman, but the company didn't show up at the time of the appointment. we contacted that company but have not heard back yet to get their side of the situation. it is legal for property owners or management companies to evict tenants in order to complete renovations. the state is launching a review of san francisco's housing development approval practices.
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a new report shows it takes more than 2.5 years from the time developers submit their project plans to get approval to when they receive all the perverts they need. the state averages just slightly more than a year. the long delay can forceisco to cancel the projects because construction and material costs. rise during that time. san francisco already has some of the highest building costs in the state. the latest report on inflation shows some good news this morning and wall street is reacting. cook is back with the details in today's dollars and cents. nice reaction on wall street to that news this morning. the consumer price index tracks the prices we pay for just about everything for july, the overall measure of inflation, rose 8.5. from july of last year. it also remained steady from june, which was very key, indicating that inflation and the rate is slowing down a little bit. even the core cpi, which takes out food and energy prices came in better than economists predicted. that took stocks up this morning when the opening bell rang and one stock in particular gaining ground on
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some good news. boeing just delivered its 1st 7 87 dreamliner in two years because of those design problems delivered to american airlines that stuck up and it is part of the dow jones and as we take a live look, the dow is up more than 500 points now 1.5% holding steady in the last hour or so. s and p 500 now, back above 4200. it's up almost 2% and stocks rae nasdaq's up 330 points more than 2.5% the california energy commission and sacramento votes today on what's considered the nation's most ambitious proposal to turn off shore wind into electricity. the state wants to build enough wind turbines to power a quarter of the state by 2045. environmentalists clean energy companies and labor activists are holding a news conference today ahead of that vote. they say raising offshore wind targets will create jobs. cut pollution and address the state's climate change goals. why enthusiast has released its
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list of the 50 best wine restaurants in the country and, surprisingly, just three bay area restaurants received the nour and just one is in the wine country. that's little saint in healdsburg. the other bay area restaurants included our flour and water in san francisco's mission district, and nari, a tie restaurant in japantown. in a long time. children's bookstore in san jose is up for sale. the owners of hickel bees in willow glen are ready to retire after 40 years in the business, they say they don't want to the bookstore too close. they're hoping to find the right buyer will be shares a close connection with nearby willow glen elementary school. they run a book fair and an author in school programs so hopefully they can find someone to take over. i'm pam cook, that's a look at your dollars and cents. all right. thank you, pam and the little league world series regional tournament. there was a terrifying moment, but it ended in a heartwarming show of sportsmanship. look out. oh my
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god. texas picture. caden sheldon drilled 12 year old isaiah jarvis of oklahoma in the helmet, grabbed his head and went down in pain. the crowd watched in horror, while some fans and players were in tears. thankfully isaiah got up and stayed in the game. the picture , kayden was still visibly upset by what had happened. called a time out, walked to the mound and look at that gave him a hug to show support and to let him know that he was okay. that is so sweet lesson for us. all adults included. 8 50. let's get you out the door. final check. we had some major problems early on sale. where would you like to wrap up? we did at the bay bridge, garcia and ali and right now it's much better, although it is still slow. which is somewhat unusual for it to be still slow approaching nine o'clock like we are. let's go to the bay bridge, and you can see the traffic is backed up. although i do see some improvement. now as you can see, there have been no major issues here on the actual span. this is a look at 8 80. it is pretty crowded in both directions,
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getting in and out of oakland and the same entail bridge traffic looks good. no problems in san jose right now. other than some routine slowdowns, 8 50 let's bring in roberta, who's taking care of the weather? we have a great baseball game on tap today. paypal wonderful weather. we have the a's at home. they're playing host to the angels. i wanted to now thae angels of los angeles and we have a hometown favorite who has taken the mound for the good guys. we're talking about paul blackburn. he's number 58. he was born in anti aki graduated high school from heritage heritage high in brentwood, and he is on the mound for the good guys. so we're gonna be room for you, blacky! go get them sunny sky 73 degrees of west wind at 15 mph. this is the scene looking out towards the estuary this morning and we could see the porta vocal and m. could also see that the low cloud bank is now beginning to break up. a lot of people calling this a benign weather pattern. i'm calling it a perfect weather patterns are air quality is
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refreshing and our fire risk is not as high as it was last year at this time when we have extreme of fire, danger and triple digits, not seen any all the way through august. 24th again. air quality see the green dots are that signifies good looking day. currently temperatures are in the fifties and sixties. it's already up to 66 apiece and conquered and in hayward area of low pressure has been right. i hear it is now lifting up in a northerly direction. you could see the bands of rain showers just now moving out of seattle and also portland's oregon high pressure diverting the monsoonal moisture away for the state of california. so today we're talking with the mostly sunny skies all the way back to the coast mid sixties in pacifica all the way through ocean beach. 71 to 75 across the central bay, 83 to the north in santa rosa, and that is spot on for this time of the year should be at 81 in san jose, but, hey, 80, that's near perfect 84 in livermore. when our average hide there is 89 degrees, so a good
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looking day slightly warmer on thursday, holding steady on friday and over the weekend. we've got ourselves a nice little quiet weather pattern. ladies alright. looks good. thank you, roberta as concerns and infections from the monkey pox virus grows, some people want to know. is it possible to spread that virus to their pets if they're infected, coming up on mornings onto the nine the advice from veterinarians on how to keep the entire household safe, and i love this. a superstar pairing from the world of music and basketball have rapper snoop dogg and stephan curry came together for
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non-gaming tribes have been left in the dust. wealthy tribes with big casinos make billions, while small tribes struggle in poverty. prop 27 is a game changer. 27 taxes and regulates online sports betting to fund permanent solution to homelessness. while helping every tribe in california. so who's attacking prop 27? wealthy casino tribes who want all the money for themselves support small tribes, address homelessness. vote yes on 27. thanks to chase, angie's not sweating this text since there's zero overdraft fees if she overdraws by $50 or less. and, kyle, well, he's keeping calm with another day to adjust his balance if he overdraws by more than $50. overdraft assist from chase. make more of what's yours.
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hold on... you're a night manager and mom. and the bill payer, baker, and nightlight maker? that's a lot. so, adding “and student” might feel daunting. but what if a school could be there for all of you? career, and family and finances and mental health. happy birthday. well, it can. national university, supporting the whole you. four it was lifted from the river by a crane. the operation lasted six hours, a veterinarian
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on site said the dangerously malnourished well began to have breathing difficulties during the progress, the process that is the vet then determine the best thing to do would be to euthanize the whale. scientists around the world are looking for solutions to the problem of microplastics in the ocean. microplastics tiny pieces of plastic debris that are creating environmental hazards in the world's oceans. researchers in china are developing robotic fish to absorb the toxic waste at the university of barcelona. in spain, scientists are training people to attach special nets to their paddle boards and kayaks so they can scoop up the microplastics. our citizens that are training in whole, they have to collect scientific samples. the world wide fund for nature estimates there could be 50 times more microplastics in the ocean's by the end of the century. a new report shows online prices are falling for the first time in two years, according to the adobe digital price index prices dipped 1% in july compared to a
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year ago. economists say it's a nice break for consumers who faced 25 consecutive months of online price increases. electronic prices saw one of the biggest drops following 9.3% compared to a year ago. the nation's cattle inventory is shrinking, and that means grocery bills could get even higher, experts say. daily temperature swings and the west coast extreme drought is a major factor this year. land and cattle company in sacramento didn't fertilize their pasture, and this is both because of the lack of rain and the high cost of fertilizer. fertilizer prices were also high people growing rice and almonds and all the other, so that's one thing about the underlying all the food prices. stone says that with fewer calves to sell beef prices won't be going down anytime soon. meat prices are currently 7.5% higher than they were at this time. last year. tyson's foods projects projects, cattle and beef prices will continue to go up over the next two years.
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time now is 8 58. there was a change in the works for this year's world cup. it was supposed to start november 21st in qatar. but fifa, the soccer governing body, is considering moving the match between qatar and ecuador up a date to the 20th. the change would allow the host country of qatar to play on an exclusive day to open the tournament. we do hope you turn into ktvu and the fox family networks to watch every match in the 2022 fifa men's world cup, including all team usa matches. a settlement may be in the works for a lawsuit filed by the city of santa clara against the 49ers over revenue from levi stadium, the chronicle reports. the proposed settlement would end efforts by the city to stop the niners from managing the stadium . the city had argued the team withheld information about how much money the event at the stadium we're bringing in and whether revenue was being properly shared with taxpayers entertainment superstar snoop dogg and four time nba champ warrior stephan curry helped unveil a remodeled basketball gym at the long beach boys and girls club. take a look at this photo. snoop dogg told the young fans. he grew up on that court.
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curry told the children. he was honored to be there and thanks snoop dogg for his community support the stars hung around. watch the children play before, of course, taking some photos and signing autographs with the little ones there. whether our students are five years old or whether our students are getting ready for graduation. we know that we are here to provide the best experience possible back to school for several teachers and students in the bay area, where live in the east bay with a look ahead at the new school year. we're also welcoming the superintendent of the brooklyn public schools to the nine to see what students there can expect and how academic education is just one focus of the new school year. and improving california's response to the monkeypox outbreak. what lawmakers say is preventing doctors from quickly treating patients. today is wednesday. august 10th. we're looking live at uc berkeley vision

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