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>> i believe we have a responsibility, no matter how old the case. >> a cold case murder mystery solved from almost four decades. the latest advances in dna techy make this possible. > >> every day is a stress and whs coming and what will they be do. > >> a great divide in santa rosah a fight over short-term rentalsn the city. > >> we are well into the month of the month of august and how long will the good weather we
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lasting? coming up in the full forecast for > >> a man arrested in a 40-year-old murder mystery out of santa clara county will be in in court today in hawaii for an extradition hearing. 75-year-old 75-year-old gary ramirez was arrested in the rape and murdef murder of a 15-year-old palo alto high school student decades ago. karen stitt was fatally stabbed in september 1982 and authorities in sunnyvale said da said dna technology tied ramirez ramirez to the crime. > >> video shows wreckage for a dr and two pedestrian sent to the l with a car hitting two women just after 4:00 p.m. yesterday.y are expected to survive and the driver suffered minor injuries. > >> the fda approved a plan to stretch the limited supply of the monkeypox vaccine and the vaccines will be reduced to one-fifth of the dosage with th5 study finding patients receiving patients receiving smaller doses
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in similar response to those wh those with traditional shots. the walk-in clinic in san francisco will reopen today at 8:00 a.m. 750 doses given yesterday. everyone who wants at was able to get one. > >> 6:02 on your wednesday morning and we are halfway through the week. how are we looking in the weather department? >> it couldn't be more beautifu. that fog layer is sticking aroud sticking around and taking a live look off to the east -- extending to the afternoon -- ts is laying on thick this morningd morning and extending to the afn hour-by-hour, you can see it pul back through the 11:00 hour with it being parked offshore in san francisco. so far, with pacifica and half moon bay and
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bodega bay, still sticking around with daytime highs warmer daytime highs warmer in san fra. 71 this afternoon and 10 degrees 10 degrees added to that and sae is right where we should be with pressure moving in. we dry up more with humidity dropping ands and temperatures arising with at of sunshine into a beautiful wed beautiful weekend ahead. don't worry, nothing too extreme and e will talk about it with the fult in just a bit. > >> looking at your traffic, we e we are keeping our eyes on this crash at the bay bridge toll plaza involving two cars blocking several lanes. injuries lanes. injuries are reported wih traffic slow approaching the act the accident scene. went past this, the meeting lights are ofd it's 10 minutes from the maze tn to san francisco. we will keep r eyes on this. the main travel t, travel times, traffic is slow for super commuters westbound o.
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less than one hour to travel from 205 in tracy to at 680 and dublin. 15 minutes from highway4 to the macarthur maze and westbd and westbound highway 4, 35 minutes from highway 162 interstate 80 the san mateo br, let's seal how that looks with e brake lights westbound interstate 12 with a 12 minutee in hayward and foster city. a lk city. a look at your traffic. > >> santa rosa is the latest cito slap a cap on short-term rentalh property owners trying to make a a living but opponents tell kpi5 their living a nightmare. >> reporter: the city council voted to adopte adopt the ordinance to limit shm rentals in santa rosa to 198, a very tense evening. this issue has created a great divide between neighbors. >> my problem is that i moved io
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a residentially zoned neighborhd and now it's a hotel. >> reporter: this santa rosa ret spoke against non-hosted short-term rentals. >> every day is stressful and who is coming and what will they and what will they be doing? wee been yelled at and cursed at, screamed at. >> reporter: the city council cr council chamber was filled with fellow residents who support this and there were signs displayed on seats saying homes, saying homes, not hotels put. >> the non-hosting situation isa problem. there is no way to conl it. >> reporter: during wildfire events, the impact is a nuisanco neighbors but owners of short-tm rentals also made their case. >> it's really hard. >> reporter: he rents his home o help his daughter pay for medicl
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school and claims neighbors havd the renters to drive them away. >> it's hard. guests say what hs happened to them and it's really really painful. >> reporter: short-term rental s rental owners feel they are tard for a few bad incidents in the city and they believe an ordinance will not solve the issue. >> they are trying to solve a problem that doesn't exist. we can work collaboratively to sole the problem. it doesn't have to be something the city council gs involved in. >> reporter: in santa rosa, andrea nakano, kpix5. > >> the show is over but the windmill is still standing in golden gate park. chopper5 flewr yesterday where workers are breaking down the stages in picking up trash. organizers said 225,000 people attended thy festival last weekend, exceeding expectations by about 2000. thl will be back august 11-13 of next year. it adds to the
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feelings for those that didn't t to see it. >> i was going to get my ticket and then i saw the headliners. s headliners. i was kind of like - >> we have to include everyone. >> looking forward to next year. next year. >> you are not a green day fan? >> i loved green day as a teena. >> people were happy to see them see them but it's not for everyone. check your calendar. >> next year, sean is planning n planning on going. > >> san francisco is the focus on of an unprecedented view being launched by the state. > >> we are
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>> welcome back on the bay area.
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san francisco is the focus of an of an unprecedented state review on my the city is the slowest in california to approve new housing. it focuses on identifying and clearing obstacs about slow construction. the attorney general will take paro make sure safe housing laws are followed. london breed reacted on twitter's and, quote, i welce this review and look forward to cooperating with the state to implement solutions to get rid f barriers and bureaucracy standing in the way of building new housing. for years, san francisco has made it hard to e and build new homes. that must . > >> the 49ers have a lawsuit that that was filed in 2017 after levi's stadium opened. auditorsd auditors accused the team of dig millions in stadium revenue thad have been shared with taxpayerso official deal yet but talks are in early stages. that's a look at your bay area beat.
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> >> speaking of the 49ers, they e preparing for the season openere spotlight is on trey lance, thel starting quarterback. the high l star in a small town in minnesota, and he caught up wite and the high school coach. >> reporter: marshall, minnesoth population being 13,680. this ie it all began, where trey lance put in the work that put him one on the path to the nfl. >> trey lance is obviously one of the top we've ever had. >> reporter: a one-of-a-kind, says the coach, terry bowman. >> it's surreal that 10 years ao years ago he was in the youth cp and now he is a starting quarterback in the nfl. >> reporter: in this small towns a big deal. >> there is not a lot to do in l on friday nights. people suppore activities in football is on friday night with the crowd as
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big as 5000, at times. >> reporter: he made the town proud, leading the team to three three state tournaments. >> we knew we had something special. >> reporter: he describes lance as an outstanding leader, incredibly dedicated and the best kind of teammate. >> very receptive to his teammas and willing to help them out. hs out. he was always there and yod count on him. >> reporter: in 2018, he won thd the reward at marshall high sch. >> he was the outstanding baskel player. >> the 49ers are starting a newa with a special kind of play. the the niners have a good man in trey lance. >> he will be a face of the franchise and won't embarrass the program and will give me everything he has from a time ct and he is true to his beliefs ad faith and a solid person that you want your kids to be like. e
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like. he will give back and appe everything he does. >> he is giving back in marshall. >> there is a trey lance scholarship for seniors going t. >> ahead of the first season of the niners quarterback? >> block out the noise and be ty lance and have fun and do your thing. >> reporter: at the end of the day, he made it big time in the. but in marshall? >> he is still trey. >> reporter: the coaches excited >> reporter: the coaches excited >> reporter: the coaches excited >> reporter: the coaches excited >> reporter: the coaches excited >> reporter: the coaches excited >> reporter: the coaches excited >> reporter: the coaches excited >> reporter: the coaches excited >> reporter: the coaches excited >> r to see trey hit the field and he will do so in-person with his e when the niners take on the pacs in an exhibition game. we are dp and viking territory but he saie will be a lot of people from ths from this corner of the state tt are proud to show up wearing nis gear. >> reporter: in marshall, minne, marshall, minnesota, kpix5. >> we will show you how the town has d the journey of trey lance to thl start of. covered starts at 4:00
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covered starts at 4:00 with a sl edition on kpix news live with the red and gold report and thee then the niners kick off againse packers at 5:30 and then we wile highlights and analysis on the h the fifth quarter. > >> and newly released report frm the san mateo county grand jury raises concerns about what happens to water supply when a r a major earthquake hits. kpix5 s hits. kpix5 has andria borba to break it down. >> reporter: a newly released rt from the grand jury raises concs about what happened to the watey when a major earthquake hits. is seared into the brains of this d with the aftermath of a major earthquake in sunny san mateo c.
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the infamous san andreas fault s a path right through it and the sandra courier fault skirts the. the threat of an earthquake is s on the minds. >> we are not taking a blind eye and we are preparing and practicing on an ongoing basis. >> the grand jury said many of the 15 water districts do not he backup water or fuel to keep the to keep the water flowing 72 hours after the quake. >> in various scenarios, 1-3 days with backup supply. we areg to make repairs and hopefully re normal supply. >> reporter: cal water has backup lines from 23 other dists other districts around the stat. >> we will make the calls and get resources coming in. it wile the pumps and there will be pore power units to power the pump s.
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>> cal water is constantly implg lessons learned from these quak. >> with these connections, as eg starts oscillating, the tank wod shear off. >> hell water replaces this con. >> everyone of them has a flexible expansion joint, and is like flex he straws. >> san mateo county services should coordinate more closely with the water district. andria borba, kpix5. > >> such a beautiful morning in e bay area and this is a live loom the tower cam with that marine s sitting over the water. this isa live look overlooking san franco and we are blanketed this morning and it will start pullig
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back into the afternoon. sunny s afternoon. sunny skies through e day and into the evening and thn and then a beautiful set up andt will be windy into the evening. hour-by-hour, the wind gusts are gusts are kicking up and we could see this anywhere from 1 warming up and on the bright si, nothing extreme but high pressue high pressure is building and fm the south and we will see dry cs with sunny skies and daytime his daytime highs creeping up above. in the santa clara valley, uppes and low 80s this afternoon and y beautiful with a normal somerset up in the bay area and that is the case to the east woodland hills. we are used to this story
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this story but we will see mores and the forecast and even upper 90s within the next seven days d days and i will break that downd down and a second. the peninsuls upper 60s and lower 70s, the picture-perfect day in san fran. a little above average. we expect for the next seven days t was san francisco, we have uppes icroimate, 87 d by tuesdayst. t consistent onshore flow, it's cool during the summer season. e will update it in the weather c. for now, back to you. > >> a look at the bay bridge toll toll plaza with all lanes open and there was an injury accident
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accident that now has been cleared. we are seeing backup approaching the toll plaza witg lights turned on and there is a5 minute drive from the macarthure to san francisco. the san mateoe mateo bridge is what you are seg now. >> how dare i talk over taylor . we are waking up this morning ad morning and how the music superr is responding
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>> i know. >> still dealing with 80s in the with 80s in the inland areas. friends in napa, 70s turn to 80s by 1:00. 60s to 70s in san francisco and upper 80s in antioch and fairfield. a warm day but nothing out of the norm. the norm. > >> it's morning mix time and tar swift responded to a 2017 comment where the songwriters had comments. [ music ] [ musi] okay. does that sound familiar to you guys? >> i'm not sure that it is ther.
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>> so, it sounds familiar and tt and that is what the ghostwrites are saying. they say a little too must inspiration and the singer had never heard of this before. >> it will be decided by an apps an appeals court in this lawsuis been going back-and-forth since8 and brought back in 2021. smith denies it. >> she claims she was not allowd not allowed to watch stuff untie was 13. in the studio, n and there's only so many pop songs. >> players are going to play and play and haters are going to
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hate. that's what people say in general. she has written about s time in her life. all her haters haters out there. >> the good songs should be able be able to coexist put. >> it's not unusual and we see s with hit songs and we will see w it plays out in court. > >> a mission to bring comfort to to children in ukraine. it's ond animal at a time. this 11-year-old was watching tv wits mom when images of war-torn ukre popped up. he and his mom decidd to collect toys for kids impactd by the war, launching hogs for n of ukraine. >> the normal kids of the world, they can hug on to someone whey are scared or sad. >> the collections and donations have been set up at ymca branc. dave sent 6000 toys with no pla.
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very well-intentioned. >> i had a stuffed animal. could you imagine not having that growing up? >> or having it destroyed in a war? good for you. very inspire. >> well done. > >> the time is 6:27 and the july july inflation report is out. wt does that mean for us and the e. > >> before we go to break, a livk from san jose. it's the backpac. we hope to provide
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comcast business. powering possibilities. >> welcome back. here are your top stories. we are learning that the fbi executed a search t at former president donald trump's home in florida. they k boxes and documents and the search was connected to a department of justice inveatey 15 boxes of presidential records tt records that include a classified material. donald trump and several republicans blasted the attorney general, mk
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garland, and the d.o.j. for conducting the search. > >> the jury selection begins wih begins with the lawsuit over koe bryant photos. his wife said phs were shared about the lakers led lakers legend that affected the. the case will focus on whether l rights were violated. > >> overscan lyft face a $2300 fe for not doing enough to protect drivers from covid. the companyd not provide masks and gloves and not screen drivers or did not iy not identify about potential exposures. > >> good morning. a great forecast for us? >> it's wednesday and we are thinking about the weekend. whan i say. >> i'm thinking about the weathr
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for the next few days. it's impt to plan ahead and we have this e this huge ridge of high pressure pressure pushing into warm us up into warm us up and dry us up ad bring more sunshine with a beaul weekend ahead. daytime highs, four degrees above average but t only gets us up to 71. that is great weather. the weekend will look similar. get out and enjoye weather into concord with 80s it 80s insight and a beautiful marine layer blanketing san fra. we will see a lot more sunshineo the evening. we'll talk about tt in the full forecast and in all honesty, we have beautiful weather and i will break it down a bit. back to you. >
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>> looking at the traffic, a mur crash is on hayward and cars are are blocking the right lane witc with traffic backed up. going te bay bridge toll plaza, a big bap big backup with the metering lights on. it is now an 18 minue drive from the macarthur maze to drive from the macarthur maze to drive from the macarthur maze to drive from the macarthur maze to drive from the macarthur maze to drive from the macarthur maze to drive from the macarthur maze to drive from the macarthur maze to drive from the macarthur maze to drive from the macarthur maze to drive from san francisco. the san mateo bridge seeing brake lights on hy 880 into foster city with a quik look at 880 near the coliseum wh traffic moving well in both dir. traffic is slow for the super commuters westbound on 580 witht one hour to travel from 205 to e 680 and 15 minutes from highway4 to the macarthur maze. more carn the roads with three minutes frm 160 through 880.
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> >> outgoing mayor libby schaaf invited residents to tell her to to her face exactly what they think is wrong with the city. ke nielsen shows they didn't hold back, especially on one topic. spend what will you do to hold ousd accountable? >> reporter: questions about parker elementary lead to tenses at the town hall forum at royalo royal viejo park in east oakland. >> the police department was not involved. my understanding is that this will take its course h our criminal justice system. >> i apologize that this is notg not something that i've been asd to be involved in. i will look o look into it. >> reporter: on thursday, protes who want to reopen the now closd parker elementary school clashed parker elementary school clashed parker elementary school clashed parker elementary school clashed parker elementary school clashed
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parker elementary school clashed parker elementary school clashed parker elementary school clashed parker elementary school clashed parker elementary school clashed with ousd security officers. ths the protesters were trying to er the empty building. the mayor did not address how the city might get involved with their parker elementary situation but addressed other topics of concern, including homelessnessd homelessness and affordable housing, illegal dumping, violence and generators used foa for marijuana cultivation. >> it's important to see her face and voice opinions. >> reporter: city employees outnumbered the residents at th. >> i believe it's very important very important for residents toe involved and knowledgeable about about what is going on in the city. >> reporter: making sure people are heard to get questions answ. >> i hope to inspire people to t involved. >> reporter: in oakland, katie , katie nielsen, kpix5. > >> in the bay area, a new desaln plant in antioch with constructn of the de-sallinization plant coming as freshwater supplies ae coming in. it's being built on
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putnam street in antioch miles m the san joaquin river. kpix5 has river. kpix5 has john ramos to w us how it works. >> water everywhere. not a drop to drink, famous quote describg a desperate situation and is cog true in antioch. antioch was esd on the banks of the delta and it's been a while since the delta has provided any life around here. >> we could only use the river e for 30 days this year and last r we didn't use it for a single day because of salinity levels.e is no water runoff to push salinity into the delta. >> over the years, more water hs been siphoned out to supply
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valley farmers. with reduced fls because of the drought, seawatem the bay is pushing into make thc water supply too salty to use. >> until we get enough water upm to add freshwater, you will havs like that. >> reporter: the state may be pg for rain but antioch doesn't see see it improving any time soon d they are doing what other cities other cities have only pondered, pondered, the first surface water desalinization plant in the bay area that would use large reverse osmosis filter is to create 6 million gallons of fresh water per day. it's about one-third of the city needs buh room for expansion. >> we are building half the facility. we can double the sizf this in the future. >> they are dealing with brackih
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water with a lower salt contentd they can clarify it using less y to create less salt concentrated wastewater. it's an advantage many other bay area cities don't have but they are closely watching what antioch is doing. >> we have received a lot of interest from other water agencs and i've had several reach out o me. i anticipate that we will se more of these facilities coming out through. >> john ramas, kpix5. > >> this plant will cost $110 min $110 million and $82 million frm state grants and loans. the project will been delayed but id be done by the beginning of 202. > >> what was supposed to be a fit a firefight turned into a call to help for fire crews in humboldt and trinity county. the county. the el dorado crew was battling the lightning complex e when the flame took a turn and t them running. with stepping up
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to help, we always say anyone ie at the shelters. for this banned for this banned of indians, their sleeping off a rough day n the fire lines. >> firefighters called the american red cross and we don't usually take advantage of the red cross sheltering the firefighters. >> reporter: they brought in tws two vehicles to position themselves around the six rivers lightning complex fire burningn humboldt and trinity county. ths took an unexpected rise. >> it went to less than 30 seconds. >> it destroyed the vehicles and equipment inside.
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>> they lost personal gear. ten, sleeping bags and extra clothing sleeping bags and extra clothing sleeping bags and extra clothing sleeping bags and extra clothing sleeping bags and extra clothing sleeping bags and extra clothing sleeping bags and extra clothing sleeping bags and extra clothing sleeping bags and extra clothing sleeping bags and extra clothing and wallets. >> with only the clothing on thr backs, they've trekked through e deep forest. the red cross volus cross volunteers had them regrouping for the night. >> they've been offered a safe place to sleep with meals and ss and what they need. >> reporter: the bus took them back to restock equipment but the chief said they are ready to to get back out on the front li. >> we are in the middle of firen with a lot more work to do. > >> in the weather center, we arg a close eye on this layer pushing and and we will talk abt that and little bit, in the ful. > >> looking at the big board, the the market just opened 10 minutes ago. at market close, in close, in the red with the inflation report coming up and e and the stock market opening
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higher across the board. in then at 430 points with a sharp increase. before we had to break, this is coming up on cbs. > >> good morning. i had on cbs m, major garrett is live from outside mara-a-lago as we learns about the unprecedented search f search of former president donad president donald trump's home. e will look at whether this will t his influence on the midterm el. and volunteers are looking for homes for thousands of beagles.e humane society calls it the larr rescue. gourmet sandwiches where where chefs combine passion ford for food with rock-and-roll.
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moneywatch report with a look ae big board to start us off. the r price index dropped and we willk about it with the dow and the green, 480 points. this, as the july inflation report has been d been released and for the first time in a long calm, u.s. inflan slows from a 4-decade peak overe past year. there is a surge in prices that may have peaked. > >> tesla ceo elon musk has soldy 792 million shares of tesla worth nearly $7 billion, according to filings with the s. in april, musk said he did not plan to send more stock but exps say he may need the cash due tos ongoing legal battle with twitt. > >> robin hood said nearly 20% oe job cuts in the last weeks for e layoff at the company in menlo park, the latest cut off 23% ofe
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workforce. whether robin hood cn survive amid stock market turbulence remains a question. > >> tech companies launched latet gadgets with phones and live trg watches. they will hit the markt for the holiday shopping rush. the very latest on samsung's ne, new gadgets, a lot more to come. to come. a lot going on in fronf you right now. >> i just stepped out of a back to school show. samsung is kicking off this fall test dropd they started with event streaming online where they unvd they unveiled new phones and new new phones and new smart watche. the galaxy phones both have
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pretty big upgrades to the cames and battery life and most notab, most notably, the flip 4 has a camera on the cover screen. peoe can take a hands-free quick shot . you can also start video recording and quick shot mode and flip to flex mode to contine recording without stopping the video. these are big asks from content creators and they are gg what they asked for. this is the this is the older generation, ad this is the big hit. it will be the first device to ship with te android 12 l with large-screen s including a foldable that will k like a pc and preorders are on.
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the fold starts at $1800. they d $1800. they announced two new w. the galaxy watch will add more s features, including workouts and and recovery metrics and body cn measurements and will provide me of a complete snapshot to overall health. it measures oxygen and the pro is a brand nw device all about the outdoors ad outdoors and made of stronger materials to resist where and tr and comes with the largest batt, largest battery, 16% larger thae galaxy watch. new features for . these are on presale right now. they start availability on
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august 22nd and start at $280 and the watch starts at $450 for $450 for the probe. >> a lot of good stuff from sam. what about apple, jennifer? >> apple reportedly is planningr i foreign iphone 14 models. thel launch a more affordable big-scn iphone with a 6.7-inch screen and they are set to three new e watch variations including the w entry level st model and the run rug in addition, as well. also, by samsung, the extreme enthusiasts are among us. >> a lot of fun things for the s wish list. thank you for your i.
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how is it looking in the weather center? >> low pressure is pushing nortd we are left with higher pressurg it and we will warm up. the marine layer is rolling on thick rolling on thick and you can see that there will be sunny skies that will continue. the wind wil kick in into the evening but its pretty light in the big weathery is a temperatures. high pressurs pressure warms us up but also brings in more sunshine and thas what we are diving into and eveo the beautiful weekend ahead. tha clara valley has low 80s and extending east, more 80s. the tri-valley area, off near san rn
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and into the heart of the bay, e san francisco area is above ave. four degrees above average and h the next couple of days, it doet it doesn't look like it will change that much. we have a lotf lot of microclimates in the area area and we are close to the bay to the bay with that consistente flow. upper 60s and lower 70s wh the inland areas having the easy getting up to 87 degrees. we wil keep you updated and for now, wd it back to you. > >> still tracking a multi-car ch hayward on southbound 880. fours involved blocking the right lan.
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a 16 minute drive into san fran. traffic is moving well in both . highway 880 in hayward, with a k at the golden gate bridge with e fog in the area. traffic moving. a 20 minute drive from highway 7 in nevada with the main travel s travel times on interstate 580 about one hour. 680 in dublin and 20 minutes from highway 4 te maze and westbound highway 4, heavier traffic going from highy 160 to interstate 80. that's yor 80. that's your traffic. > >> 6:52 with a new approach to vaccinating even more people agt
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people against monkeypox. the pn monkeypox. the plan officially approved by the fda. after thist on our streaming service, cbs news bay area, we are live withe with the latest headlines and the first alert weather cawatcour stream wherever and whenever. fd us on pluto tv and on any platfm any platform with the cbs news app. > >> before we go to the break, ae look from san jose with sacred heart holding the annual backpak annual backpack giveaway this mg this morning at 8:00. they hopeo provide school supplies with a y a giveaway friday
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seen this ad? it's not paid for by california tribes. it's paid for by the out of state gambling corporations that wrote prop 27. it doesn't tell you 90% of the profits go to the out of state corporations. a tiny share goes to the homeless, and even less to tribes. and a big loophole says, costs to promote betting reduce money for the tribes, so they get less.
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hidden agendas. fine print. loopholes. prop 27. they didn't write it for the tribes or the homeless. they wrote it for themselves.
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>> 6:56. local searchers in morn 50 fbi agents are working to find a missing teenager in truc. there was a party near campground and authorities and r county are investigating a disappearance of a 16-year-old girl as a possible abduction. > >> the fda will now let clinics with the monkeypox vaccine havee doses with a limited supply of 6 study that found people with smaller doses just under the skin have protection. > >> for the first time in a long, u.s. inflation slows from a four slows from a four decade peak ta still high 8.5% over the past year, raising hope that the lite the little relentless surge in
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prices may have peaked. > >> a look at your traffic. accidents in the area and an accident in emeryville on the eastshore freeway, westbound 80 blocking one lane with traffic d traffic backed up into richmondt the bay bridge toll plaza, a bip big backup approaching the pay gates with metering lights on ad a 16 minute drive from the macarthur maze to san francisco. san francisco. > >> sunny, but just in san francisco, the heart of the bay, bay, we are dealing with partlyy conditions with the marine layer making its debut. daytime highe average in san francisco. 71 ths afternoon and beautiful forecast for the peninsula. we will be warmer in the inland areas. uppr 80s near concord and antioch and antioch and fairfield and eventually we will see upper 90s 90s as early as next tuesday. wl keep a close eye on that and thr the weather center. > >> italy as saying that domino's
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domino's closed its doors wheree company had planned to open 800s in the italy but the american pa giant failed to win over locals. over locals. locals prefer the homegrown option. and not a good not a good idea. >> no. > >> join us for the new local 7:00 a.m. show on cbs news bay a and tune in for the latest heads and much more with cbs mornings coming up next but have a great.
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♪ ♪ welcome to "cbs mornings" and hello to our viewers on the west coast. gayle king is on assignment. here's today's eye opener, your world in 90 seconds. >> what the fbi just did was totally unacceptable. >> the fbi when it comes to trump has lost their way. >> former president trump supporters lash out at the fbi searches his florida home at mar-a-lago. >> a suspect is charged in connection with two of the four rece

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