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calls monkeypox a global health emergency. what's expected today in san francisco is more and more people are trying to get the vaccine. from ktvu. fox two news. this morning's onto good morning and thanks for being with us. i'm gasia mikaelian. good morning. i'm dave clark. monday morning. july 25th. good morning to you. good to see you . good morning to steve paulson in person, which is always a treat right over there. he's talking about the great gray skies around the bay area, too. garcia usually you come in and we say something, you know, silly. good morning, handsome or some very don't say that. but it was. it's a very nice to see you as always. thank you, david garcia. we do have low clouds in place. some smoke will drift in a little bit higher elevations. not at the surface. there's a big big fog bank out there and also some drizzle. i just again remarkably stuck pattern here. we have had normal weather. if you're inland, it can be hot. if
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you're on the coast. it's not your like wars, our son. well, you know, august september, usually fog drizzle, son. there are a few clouds drifting in but a little bit of haze as well. 60 seventies and eighties. alright saleh's here seven o'clock bay bridge toll plaza somewhere else to start. i think we have to start there, steve because that's the busiest traffic of the morning right now is at the bay bridge trying to cue up to get into san francisco. it's not unexpected. it's not all that troublesome. it's just be waiting for about 10 minutes, and then there's also congestion on the spin. it is pretty typical if you want to use the same mateo bridge instead. that's a good one. when we come back, we'll take a look at some of those other east bay and some of the south big commutes that we're following 701. let's get right back to the headlines. thank you topping our news in the seven o'clock hour this morning. the oak fire continues to rage out of control near yosemite national park will bring in ktvu james torrez. you live with the latest on the fire crews say there are seeing some signs of progress at seven this
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morning now, and that means that we just got an update from cal fire this morning. the oak fire now burning just a little bit more did grow larger overnight, now burning more than 16,000 acres, and firefighters say they have made some progress. because now that fire is at least 10% contained more than 3000. people have been evacuated from their homes because of the oak fire crews say. it's already destroyed 10 buildings and that includes homes. it's the second fire and less than a month threatening areas near yosemite national park. so far, it's the largest fire this season. there is hope this morning to get the fire more under control as more than 2000. firefighters are assigned to the oak fire, including dozens of crews from the bay area. so we've seen fire growth on the north side, the east side and the south side. the good news is the line on the east side was held today very nicely, and firefighters are currently putting in line and trying to hold it on the south side as well as well. the north and west side. all those fronts seem to be doing well. the
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district attorney's office in mariposa county, put out a statement of strong warning against looters, a statement says. in part, the mariposa county district attorney will prosecute looting and fraud related to the local washburn fire to the full extent of the law. the mariposa county district attorney's office stands in solidarity with all homeowners and property owners who have been affected by the oak and washburn fires. another help to firefighters might come from the burn scars of past wildfires. cal fire says the fire is approaching the area where the ferguson fire burn. and 2018. that would help because fuels to help the fire grow are limited. meaning the spread of the fire would continue to slow down. gosselin send it back to you, james torres. thank you. ktvu continues to monitor this fire will have the latest developments for you. throughout mornings on to you can always turn to our ktvu news, app and ktvu .com. alright guys, we have time 703 smoke from the oak fire. it should be reaching the bay area today ktvu sally rasmus here now to explain the
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conditions and what to expect if you plan to head to lake tahoe this week. good morning, alex. good morning, dave. well here in the bay area. we are expecting to see smoke from this fire drift over our area, but the good news is it's expected to remain aloft what that means that smoke will be high in the air above. 3500 ft in elevation , not at the ground level kind of smoke. we will maybe see through hazy skies here in the bay area, but not necessarily smell or breathe unless you're in those high elevations. now, if you're going to lake tahoe this week, though, be advised. it's a much different story. there literally a live picture of the conditions in lake tahoe . right now, you can see a layer of smoke and haze in the air over the lake, checking the air quality on air now dot gov. it's considered to be unhealthy for sensitive groups in the truckee area. also in some of the sierra foothills communities like all auburn and colfax, but the air quality conditions there in the tahoe area are expected to worsen in the next 24 hours. now it's all because of the oak fire that's burning west of yosemite
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inn, mariposa county. that fire broke out on friday, but because of some of the shifting wind and weather patterns, the smoke from it hadn't reached us here in the bay area until today. it's when it's supposed to happen. the national weather service predicts. here in the bay area, smoke will start to drift over the north and east bay's first we don't expect the smoke to affect air quality at the ground level, but it's important for people to stay vigilant, especially if they have a preexisting respiratory condition or sensitive to air pollution. if you smell smoke, make sure to have a plan to go inside. keep your windows and doors closed. along with these hazy skies in the bay area last. it all depends on what happens with this fire and mariposa county how and where it spreads, but the national weather service says we should expect some hazy skies and that smoke a loft those conditions here in the bay area over the next couple of days at least mid week and again if you're in the lake tahoe area, the air quality there will be worse, unhealthy to even hazardous by midweek live in
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oakland alley, rasmus ktvu. box two news. ali thank you. a top white house official says monkey pox can be contained in the united states. we are seeing monkeypox, uh, in lots of countries around the world, many of them not doing a not really being able to manage it here in the united states. we have a little over 2000 cases. we have substantially ramped up testing . we have substantially rendered ramped up vaccinations. those comments came one day after the world health organization declared monkeypox a global health emergency. so far, no deaths have been reported in the united states from monkey pox time is 706. researchers at stanford has started testing for monkey pox and bay area sewer systems. they say they've already found positive samples and sewage from san francisco, san jose and on the peninsula as well as the sacramento area. scientists say they're hopeful that testing levels of monkeypox in the sewage will help them determine community spread similar to how sewage is tested for covid 19. well, the first
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comprehensive study about the current monkeypox outbreak has been published now, and researchers found that of the 528 cases, first reported 98% of them were of gay or bisexual man and the median age of patients. 38 years old. researchers say that sexual transmission and not just close physical contact is mainly helping to spread the virus. however, the study warns that despite the current spread among the gay community, anyone can become infected with the monkey pox virus. governor newsom is criticizing a decision by a judge to delay the clearing of oakland's home of oakland's largest homeless encampment. the governor issued a statement after a federal judge ruled that caltrans in the city of oakland cannot clear out the wood street encampment in it. the governor said the decision will delay caltrans critical work and endanger the public also pointed out the states already given nearly $5 million in grants to rehouse people. last week, a judge placed a temporary restraining on order on efforts
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to clear the encampment, saying the city and caltrans didn't give enough notice to the people living there. caltrans says that recent fires at the camp show it is unsafe. time is 708 later today in foster city of protesters plan aimed at blocking the city from killing geese that have been called a public nuisance and a health risk. the national goose protection coalition from the group in defense of animals were protests outside of city hall this afternoon. foster city council members voted last week to move ahead with the plan to kill as many as 100 geese is that, he said the sidewalk sidewalks in the grass are littered with geese droppings and that there are also making the water quality in the lagoon worse. happening today, san francisco supervisors will once again debated proposal to expand the use of private security cameras by police. the subcommittee of supervisors is discussing the proposal, which would let police use live feeds from surveillance cameras that are not owned by the city. today members of the anti police
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terror project are expected to be part of the opposition to the proposal. other groups opposing include privacy, but police say they needed to help prevent crimes similar to what we saw last year in the smash and grab robberies at union square. most supervisors say it's important for the policy to strike a balance between public safety and privacy. time is seven. oh, nine that leads us right to sound caster native watching our commute. what's happening out there now things are getting more crowded. dave and garcia right now is you're driving on many of these bay area commute, including contra costa county, and we're going to start with highway four. you can see it's definitely a little bit slower than it was. just a little bit better go, which is typical. it is backed up to pittsburgh and bay point in the conquered and then highway. 24 is congested. but it's not stop and go. there's a little congestion on 6 80. there's a lot more congestion here at the bay bridge again. not unusual, but it's a typical monday morning. we're not getting a light commute. that's for sure. this is a look at the same mateo bridge. we haven't had a lot of slowing on the same mateo or the
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dumbarton bridge, some slight slowing on the peninsula and the south bend commute still looks pretty good. it's 709. let's go back to the desk. alright sound new demands about the future of south bay airport. the people who live nearby, saying the risk of another plane crash and air pollution should be enough reason to close it down. also the president is spending another day in isolation at the white house. the lingering symptoms the president is de his covid diagnosis last week.
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this morning. there are more calls in the south bay to close a small airport after a plane crashed friday night onto city streets. residents near reid hillview airport in san jose held a rally over the weekend again demanding that airport closed. they say they don't feel safe living in that neighborhood near the airport, especially after a single engine plane crashed. no one on the ground was hurt. the pilot is expected to be okay. but some residents say they worry about the airport as there have been crashes there before. it's kind of scary. you know what having that having the airport right next to my parents hours. it's nerve racking. it's scary. you know what i mean? what about if it waterfall inside the house or something like that? it's just it's something that you don't wanna think about. that small airport on the east side of san jose has been the focus for residents and
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activists after a report from the county found children in the neighborhood right near the airport have higher levels of lead in their blood airport stop using leaded fuels after that report came out of time 7 14 today president biden will spend another day isolated at the white house as he continues to recover from covid ktvu. is andre senior here now, but tell us what the president's medical team is saying about his health . good morning and good morning to you, dave, the president's doctor. as his condition continues to improve with a sore throat. his one remaining symptom of the doctor says that's a sign his body is clearing the virus now. i'm feeling much better than our sound meeting today on gas prices, and the last time we saw the president on friday, he sounded a little horse. during a virtual meeting. the president was diagnosed with the b, a five variant of coronavirus on thursday. he is being treated with the antiviral pill pecs. lovett and his medical team says he is making progress. he had a good day, he worked a little rested a little finally listening to some of us on the
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advice to get some rest. today the president is scheduled to deliver remarks virtually to black law enforcement executives , and he has a virtual meeting scheduled with ceos and labor leaders to the white house, says he will continue to carry out his duties in isolation at least through tomorrow. if president biden tested negative for covid , he could come out of isolation and that could happen on wednesday, garcia andre senior. thank you. the vice chair of the january 6th select committee congresswoman liz cheney says former president donald trump showed a supreme dereliction of duty when she says he didn't try to stop the mob from attacking the capital. she wouldn't say whether or not she thinks he should face charges. i believe that's a decision that justice department will make. i believe that the former president is responsible for a more significant breach of his. ah ty president, donald trump has has preyed on the
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patriotism of honorable and good people all across this country with the big lie, and it's very important for people to understand that that it's simply simply not true. congresswoman cheney also said the committee is prepared to subpoena virginia thomas, wife of supreme court justice clarence thomas, text messages between thomas and former white house chief of staff mark meadows showed thomas urged meadows to fight harder to challenge the 2020 election results. so your time 7 16 to new poll has found a record number of americans have lost faith in the u. s government and many feel it may be necessary to take up arms against it. researchers at the university of chicago found two thirds of republicans and independents say the u. s government is quote corrupt and rigged against everyday people. that number is 51% among democrats who responded to the survey now the same survey found 28% of all american voters believe it may
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be necessary at some point for citizens to take up arms against the u. s government researchers found 35% of republicans and independents have that view. that number is 25% among democrats. 7 17, let's swing back to our traffic center, checking again with sal monitoring a monday kind of commute. that's right last year, and we're going to go right to livermore. here we do have an earlier crash on westbound 5 80 . i was in the area of airway and this has slow traffic a little bit. if you are driving the crash itself is not that major, but we do have the freewr that, it looks good all the way to castro valley, and we haven't had a lot going on this morning. when it comes to the commute. south bay commute looks pretty good. there goes caltrain and caltrain. steve loves it. when i tell people what kind of engine steve that's an e m d 40 ph to see so there you go. anyway. the traffic below is doing very well. and i do want to check in
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with the toll plaza. before we go to steve. here it is backed up as it normally is. and now here's my fellow train lover, mr steve paulson. again everybody knows that. saladin come on. you got to tell us something we don't know. okay thank you, sir. you're always very good at that. okay we'll head over to his head down to san martin village right now. yes, right now. paypal and san martin village. i'm enjoying the visit by carl the fog. i miss karl glad he's back, pal. carl missed you too. so there. i'm glad you're getting your fog that keepssee 52 morgen hills san martin 53 aktas in their boulder critics, guys valley and then a little warmer. towards cupertino and saratoga, but still temperatures pretty close, but again because i'm low fifties for many low clouds and drizzle, sun and clouds hazy skies. why because some smoke is drifting in again. the smoke satellite does. i've seen some that favor areas more north and
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east. this one seems the ferry is favor areas a little more south. and east and also on the peninsula. either way, there'll be some high elevation smoke coming in. that was from the that's the projection of 5000 ft. when travis, though, has west southwest of 28 gusting about 35. there's not going to be any of the surface here. 50 santa rosa, fairfield, 51. brentwood 61. they were down to 58, though san rafael 51 palo alto, now 60 at the airport on a creek 55 big big fog bank out there. i don't see really any change anything. maybe some tropical clouds are in the near future. by that i say end of the week. but right now they're in arizona, southern california, las vegas just a few clouds for tahoe. most of the thunderstorm activity continues to stay east and south. will that increase man? maybe friday, saturday. you know again, you get a lot of lead time, but some of that is starting to march northward up in this year by the end of the week, friday saturday 60 seventies coast and bay eighties to near 90 inland, really,
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except for some haze from the smoke from the oak fire. there's really not a lot of change you guys the rest of the week. steve thank you. 7 19, in addition to robocall scammers are moving on to spam text messages coming up. we'll tell you how you can start blocking them. and it's been more than four months after the senate passed a bill to make daylight saving time permanent here in the us, but it hit a snag after the break. we'll tell you why the measure may not pass in the house. 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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welcome back to mornings onto time is 7 23. the big project underway on mount diablo is designed to make bike riding safer. $1.5 million will pay for building 30 new bicycle turnouts on the winding, narrow roads up there. turnouts look like regular bike lanes, but they will give cyclists more room to move to the side of the road so drivers can get safely by the project's due to be completed within the next three months across the bay, nearly 24,000 people took part in the 45th annual san francisco marathon this weekend. organizers of this year's event say they wanted to make the big race across the city more inclusive than ever. we spoke with the winner of the marathon's first ever nine by non binary category. i don't know where i would run without it, so it's really excellent naval and other there multiple categories category that it feels like it represents me, and i wouldn't have the relationship i have with running if i didn't
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have a space to run yesterday's race included people of all levels of experience. i feel great open, beautiful air, san francisco breeze. no problems at all that we're not going to get across the golden gate park, which is equally beautiful. this year. san francisco marathon also included a special program for runners with disabilities. 7 24 gas rises keep going down around the country. even here in california , we found this oakland gas station where gas caused less than $5 a gallon. triple a says the average cost of gas in california is down 17 cents from last monday. $5.73 a gallon. the demand for gas is down as the summer break travel season is slowing down the most affordable gas here in the bay area is in moran and solano counties, on average people filling up in napa county or paying the most is also a new study from
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stanford university defines if a switch to renewable energy world worldwide could solve many of the current problems with air pollution and high fuel prices. in an opinion piece published in the hill, one of these authors of the study says, by producing at electricity from clean renewable sources, it's possible to create safe, cheap and reliable energy everywhere. the study looked at 145 countries in renewable energy system uses a lot less energy than a combustion. kitchen based energy system, so if you had to work when everyone else is asleep or come home in the middle of the night, another warning for us, dave that we've heard this before work schedule could be sabotaging your sleep. doctors say three things in particular can ruin your sleep quality, working late into the night drinking caffeine after four in the morning, and this includes soda, sleeping in on weekends to catch up on that sleep you
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missed during the week, doctor say, if you do that regularly, you're not really catching up on your sleep. it just shows you are sleep deprived. the cdc recommends at least seven hours of sleep a day for adults, aged 60 and under it's been four months since the u. s. senate unanimously passed a bill to make daylight saving time permanent in the united states, but it appears the house is not even close to taking a vote on the measure. house members have been arguing over the specific language of the daylight saving bill and making little progress. many members of congress say they have more pressing issues to deal with, such as gun safety and inflation. our time is 7 26 colleges around the u. s. a losing students as a number of college applications have gone down coming up the reason for that sudden drop in those applications airports across the country dealing with cancelations and delays as they work to hire more pilots still ahead. what's being done to help students finish flight school and get them in the cockpit?
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morning is the planes and the oak fire burning in central california keeps getting bigger . how the smoke from that fire is expected to affect us here in the bay area. and calling for
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lawsuits over california's new gun law that governor newsom just signed the reaction from the dean of the uc berkeley law school. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto well, good morning to you. thank you for joining us. welcome the morning down to i'm dave clark gasia mikaelian good morning on this. monday july 25th let's talk about the weather today. steve paulson not super hot once again today, you know, unless you're well inland. no it's not . some areas inland will be near 90, but most are in the sixties seventies and eighties. just a remarkably stuck pattern. i don't see much changing all the way out first week in august, some haze and smoke will drift in but another big, big fog bank in place here, so i mean, it's just not changing anything. we've been in this pattern almost going back to april. i mean, it's pretty amazing here. stratus quo is what we call it here. the usual fog, some drizzle, son. a few high mid level clouds little breezyove f0
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seventies and eighties. alright salles here at 7 30. where would you like to start this time? let's start with the bridges. steve. we do have a lot of slow traffic in some of the bridges a little more than others. in general. the commute is just moderate. let's go to the richmond bridge. first, i'll show you the traffic is a little bit slow, although it is not as slow as have seen it, certainly, but definitely it's not light commute, especially on 5 80 leading up to this point and on the bay bridge. we do have at least a 10 minute delay before you make it onto the span. cemetery on dumbarton bridge. continue to be the good performers this morning. it looks good over to the peninsula 7 31. let's get back to the headlines. thank you will be oak fire still burning this morning near mariposa, it is scorched more than 15,000 acres. it is 0% contained and more people are preparing to evacuate. the oak fire started friday. it just exploded in size over the weekend. burning in an area that firefighters are having a tough
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time getting too because of the really rough terrain. now smoke from the oak fire is expected to reach us here in the bay area. ktvu sally rasmus here to explain what to expect and what the air quality officials are recommended. good morning, alan good morning, dave. we're taking a look at the conditions behind us right now at the oakland estuary. it's just the usual fog. we expect to see this time of year during the summer months, but later today, the national weather service says we should expect to see some hazy skies here in the bay area. if you're going to lake tahoe be advised the air quality there will be much worse. here is a live picture where you can see a layer of smoke and haze hovering over lake tahoe right now, checking the air quality on air now dot gov. right now. the air quality conditions considered to be unhealthy for sensitive groups in the lake tahoe and truckee area, also in some of the sierra foothills communities like auburn and colfax, but quality conditions at lake tahoe are expected to get worse over the next 24 hours. it could
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become unhealthy, even unhappy, even hazardous air quality expected now this is all because of the oak fire burning in mariposa county here in the bay area that smoke is supposed to drift over us, but remain aloft, which means it will be high up in the air. 3500 ft in elevation or higher, not at ground level. it's likely we'll see the smoke in the form of hazy skies, but not necessarily smell it or breathe it. even so, the bay area air quality management district has issued an air quality advisory today and they sa in the bay area, maybe more affected by its best to head inside and keep your windows and doors closed. now. the national weather service forecast that here in the bay area, the smoke from the oak fire will start to drift over the north and east bay's first. as for how long those hazy skies here locally should last. that all depends on what happens with the oak fire, the weather and wind patterns there and whether the fire spreads or whether they get some more
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containment on it will have to wait and see live in oakland. ali rasmus ktvu fox two moves, ali. thank you, 7 35. now the debate has already started over a new california law that would let people soup. gun manufacturers over shootings. in an op ed in the los angeles times, the dean of the uc berkeley law school, said, even though the law in texas that allows people to sue over abortions was upheld by the supreme court, the new california law could be the subject of a lawsuit he protects. it will end up going to court. some gun rights activists say the new laws an attempt by a progressive governor to restrict the second amendment. that's like saying if we got in an accident and a drunk driver hit us, but the fact that the drunk driver was driving a ford you can sue forward. this is a way admitted by the governor and his cronies in the legislature to try to bankrupt. the firearms industry by taking them to court. there's no principle way the united states supreme court can overturn this law. uphold the right for texas to continue to
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move forward with s b a the new law is set to go into effect in january time now, 7 35 russian missile strikes and ukraine hit the southern ukrainian port city of odessa one day after ukraine and russia agreed on the deal to restart grain exports from the black sea. ukrainian president talansky says the missile attack shows russia cannot be trusted. the florida congressman mike waltz, met with president zelensky over the weekend, and keven says ukraine needs more weapons. we're seeing some success with what we provided, but we need to provide even longer range artillery and the other piece that we talked a lot about was having advisers help the ukrainians not on the front lines, but help with their planning, helped with the logistics and hopefully help them go on the offensive soon, congressman wald says those advisers could come from the u. s military to better track the billions of dollars of weapons
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pouring into ukraine based organization. asians are helping ukrainian soldiers who lost limbs fighting for their country. five ukrainian soldiers arrived in minnesota over the weekend. the protest foundation is helping ukrainian children, soldiers and civilians with free prosthetics in the united states. we started to think how the from minnesota can help ukraine instead of sitting and talking about it. you decided what we can help. the soldiers are being fitted for prosthetic legs this week are expected to be in minnesota for three weeks. recovery time is 7 36 members of the san francisco branch of the akp have now joined the call for school board member and sue to resign. they voted unanimously to call for her immediate resignation after the akp's executive board met with her last week and shoe ignited a firestorm earlier this month by saying unstable family environments hinders is the
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educational progress of black and brown students. at the naacp issued a statement after yesterday's vote quote. her comments indicate a profound disconnect between shoe and the black community and blame the effects of systemic racism on the targets of that racism. time now is 7 37 mega millions jackpot has surged to $790 million. for tomorrow night's drawing the fourth largest jackpot in the game's history prize went up again over the weekend after dave, you and i failed to match all six numbers yet, not yet. we're waiting for it to grow even more. whoever gets to win is going to spread out their pay over 30 annual installments, or perhaps they might choose that cash option. if so, that's 464 million. mega millions played in 45 states, of course, including ours could happen. alright, time at 7 37 biologists, botanists fans of plants. they're excited about a rare event, the corpse flower at
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san jose state university is due to bloom any day now. in fact, we're out there live looking at right in the middle of your screen, the tropical greenhouse at san jose state. the plant is actually called titan arum. but it's called a corpse flower, because when it opens, the plant actually smells like rotting flesh smelled it. it does. it's believed to be the first corpse flower ever to bloom in silicon valley, according to the university only about 1000 corpse flowers are still living in the wild because of problems with the habitat loss. 7 38. let's get you out the door. you have to leave early day sell, or might we be able to linger a little bit? well i don't know linger, but i don't think it's particularly that bad. i've been looking around. i wanted to check on two since you reminded me about people who are wanted to leave early. livermore sort of. we had a crash out there. and, yeah, that's been getting a little bit better. there's a
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little bit of slowing there, but at least it's improved. bay bridge is normally slow this time of the morning, and there's nothing unusual about that. it is slowing down one of the things that i know that usually happens with the bay bridge as if you do want to linger. as god sees suggested. if you want to put it in another hour at home, maybe do your first meeting at home and then go. i think that would probably be better for this particular commute. 7 39. if you linger, you're going to be spending time with mr steve paulson. you can linger all the way to about 9 20 if you want, okay. gotcha. 10 o'clock with you for crying out loud. thank you, sir. all right. low clouds . some drizzle out there a couple of things going on. one is the smoke forecast. some of this from the oak fire will play indoor weather, although it's high base, and by that, i mean it's most of it will be about four or 5000. ft. we have had spectacular visibility this summer. have mean. you know, we have not had much in the way of any smoke. we've had good air quality. today might be a little
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different into tomorrow. over the next couple of days. now, this will be a loft, not at the surface. there's too much of an onshore breeze at the surface fifties for most couple of sixties, but mainly fifties, just a huge fog bank in place. nothing is changing there. the overall pattern really is not changing. i've looked all the way out to around august 4th. and even beyond that, the high stays in the four corners and weak low pressure continues to kind of filter into the pacific northwest, although they will warm up this week. i'm telling you right here and right now, if this pattern holds into september, we'll get rain in september. if it holds. that's the keyword if it holds because each one of these systems will start to get a little deeper, little deeper, little deeper. in the meantime, though, it's a lot of monsoon moisture, but so far except for a few clouds drifting over tahoe, all the thunderstorm activities staying east and south. some of that, though, could creep northward, especially as we head towards friday and saturday. i think we'll get some high clouds out of it, but end result for us is
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really very little change in our pattern. 60 seventies coast in bay eighties to near 90 for some inland so hazy skies really very little change in our temperatures, maybe a little warmer in the but higher clouds. look to be in the mix late in the week. you guys okay? steve time is 7 41 interest rates expected to go up again? that means a big hit on your credit cards coming up. we'll tell you the impact it will have on your payments and how you can manage your debt to our newsroom. say good morning again to andre senior. you're looking ahead to the next hour of mornings on two good morning gossip. morning, dave. the avian bird flu is sparking around the california area coming up on mornings on two and eight what zoos in northern california are doing to keep their birds protected. plus the monkeypox has been declared a global health emergency by the world health organization. when you join us on the nine we're talking live with a doctor about the virus and to further understand whether it can still be contained in the u. s. stick be contained in the u. s. stick with us.
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down on robocalls for the past year. but now robocalls are being replaced by unwanted text messages. consumer experts say there are ways to stop receiving those spam texts, which are now being sent to people's cell phones and record breaking numbers. the message does offer a way to opt out do that. you
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can also forward unwanted text 27726. it's free and it helps your carrier take action. privacy experts say you should never respond to any suspicious text message, they say, delete the text and blocked the number are time is 7 45, the summers rise and flight delays and flight cancelations around the country has airlines looking closer at how to keep it from happening in the future. the main focus trying to fill more than 8000 open jobs for pilots. now american airlines has launched a new program. they're hoping to add to their ranks and motivate more interest in the airline industry. cherie it provides loans to help students pay for their tuition to go to its flight schools. you still see quite a lot of folks coming from the military, but we've got to really bolster up the path, the civilian path. and so that's where the cadet academy comes into play, even though i know that i'm in over $100,000 worth
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of debt. i just know that one day it will be 100% worth it. yes you heard it regularly caused more than $100,000 for tuition and board to become a commercial airline pilot that hopefully can be paid off quickly. the website glassdoor. it's as american airlines pilots average earning $203,000 a year. it is 7 46. this is a busy week on wall street. a lot of very important reports are going to come out and cook back in studio for you to dissect in dollars and cents. yes, very busy week for earnings, the busiest in terms of second quarter earnings reports this week we hear from general motors for general electric visa and ups just naming a few of those companies this week. we also hear from the federal reserve about its next interest rate hike. that comes on wednesday. we'll talk about that. in a second, speaking of general motors as that opening bell ring this morning, gm announced it is launching a free online chat service that connects consumers with tv
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experts. it's called e v live, and it's designed to answer any questions for people who are hesitant about switching to an electric vehicle as we take a live look at the numbers. they started up for the most part, and there's a live look at the dow. it is still up about a quarter of a percent 79 80 points there the s and p 500 up slightly right now, but the nasdaq has taken a turn negative down about a third of a percent . 7 11,091 analysts expect the fed to raise interest rates again this week, and that means your credit card interest could go up again. the average credit card debt is more than $6000 in the average rate is more than 16, now financial advisor. say increasing credit card rates, combined with rising inflation can make it very hard to stick to a budget. a lot of the assumptions that you might have made about expenses six months ago have kind of been blown out of the water. by the way, we've seen inflation explode over the last little while. now the
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advice is to make paying off credit card debt a top priority . if you have an equity line in your home, you might want to consider using that to pay off those cards. add chickpeas to the list of items now in short supply, according to reuters. global supplies of chickpeas could drop by as much as 20% this year due to weather conditions as well as the war in ukraine. the price of chickpeas and us grocery stores is up about 12% from last year. chronicle reports. bay area mediterranean restaurants are having to increase their prices on hummus and falafel because of the rising cost of chickpeas and colleges across the us are losing students. a report from the national student clearinghouse research center says college enrollments have dropped by about 1.3 million in two years. the followers continued through the pandemic and into the spring public colleges. and community colleges have seen the sharpest drop off in enrollment. i'm pam cook, that's a look at your dollars and cents time. 7 48, former
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golden state warriors player who's an oakland native want toscano anderson spent the weekend giving back to oakland students. anderson hosted the jt a foundation back to school 2022 annual backpack giveaway. it happened at fremont high school , you know club, hundreds of students picked up much needed school supplies. toscano anderson says he's only doing a small part of which should be done to support east bay students. these kids need a lot more than just backpacks and supplies. they need support, you know, and they need better, you know, better resources. this is our future here. these kids they can change the world that can be the next president. they can be the next athlete. whatever and so i just want to be here to, you know, share some positivity and charter inspire some young young children, and he did. and along with the school supplies, young students were very but forget free haircuts and eat a lunch at the event. it's the second annual backpack giveaway organized by the jt a foundation
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to and ktvu is raising money to help families manage the cost of school supplies and the new school year and thanks to your donations, we've already raised more than $12,500. we want to raise $50,000 ktvu is partnering with the non on profit supply bank dot org are asking you to donate funds to help buy school supplies for 2500 bay area students in need the money raised days right here in the bay area, just go to ktvu .com. forward slash school to get involved 50 let's get you out the door. if you need to rush, maybe sell might have some good news for your morning commute. yeah you know, the richmond bridge? i wouldn't say it's good news. all of a sudden i saw a lot of slow traffic. i think i figured out what was going on here. now there's uh there is some slow traffic approaching the richmond bridge. but earlier we had a crash. right near the richmond parkway, and that was holding traffic back. so i kept looking at the bridge and
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saying, hey, it's a great commute well, it was because people were held back. and now i think that there is something on the bridge because i see it here on the bridge. it's this is not normal, so we're going to get to the bottom of that for you. let's also talk about the bay bridge, which is slow at the toll plaza. this is normal, but again slow and people are out there on a monday getting into the office or wherever they're going, and right now you can see the same mateo and dunbarton bridges would be better options to cross the bay. than those first two bridges. i just showed you 7 51. what about today's cloudy start? here's steve. all right, sal. thank you, sir. we do have a very cloudy start some higher clouds from drifting and also some smoke. but first deal i think it's dave dave. he's a drummer. by the way, he sent me pictures of tenacious d at mountain winery intended you. thank you for that almost seems like we're having a winter weather in the middle of july. if you're coast in bay, i get that if you're inland, you're like, what are you talking about? but if you get that fog
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bank, i mean, it has been large and in charge, and it has been. i mean, relentless. i mean, you're getting local drizzle. but some locations, you know, it's about 50 to 53 in the morning about 76 78 afternoon anywhere near the bay is really stuck in a pattern here, so low clouds. morning drizzle sun and clouds hazy skies. some smoke from the fire will begin to drift back towards us. maybe or if you're far enough east you can probably already see it. even some higher clouds coming in off the sierra as well. the combination of those two will keep it. mainly above four and 5000. ft. fairfield has just been going bonkers. it's extra hold on the hair spray out there 28. they had gusta 38 earlier this morning. a lot of fifties only a couple of sixties upper fifties on on the peninsula, little cooler to the north, but even at the fairfield 51 nap airport 53. you usually don't see that, but plenty of low clouds and fog will do the usual dance and retreat back to the coast. but the combination of these to the low and the high we're sandwiched in between will funnel up some of that smoke and
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also some monsoon moisture, which is just i mean, honestly, it's been crazy down in parts of arizona, southern nevada and most of the southern sierra and high desert of southern california, but only a few clouds kind of drifting over tower. there are some hints that some of that may start to drift a little more north, the high is going to build into the pacific northwest. seattle is looking for nineties portland's or 100 for about, you know about three or four days, so the flow around that may drive some moisture in towards tahoe later in the week, 60 seventies eighties on the temps if you're well inland, it's still in the nineties. and you're saying hey, man, it's hot. i know it's just about three different forecasts here, except for the haze of smoke coming in very little change. going forward to right, steve time is 7 53 to battle in san francisco over police surveillance resumes today. the two sides now forming in the debate over using private security cameras and the official trailer for the highly anticipated movie black panther to wakanda forever. it's out now after the break a sneak peek.
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and 56 new report on the world's tiger population, offering new hope for that endangered species . there's a new study by nature national group of scientists says. as many as 5500 tigers now live in the wild around the world. it's up almost 40% from 2015 to
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the increased global efforts to protect tigers. it also say the system to count tigers improved dramatically over the past seven years. in south africa program to relocate dozens of rhinoceroses aims to increase the population of that endangered species. rangers hunt down the rhinos and they tranquilizer. then the relocated to a national park in mozambique . rhinos have been extinct for more than 40 years. we're hoping that transportation is like this going forward will maybe save or certainly make a difference in the numbers of rhinos in the world. now poaching and the laws of habitat continued to threaten rhinoceros with the south african government alone reporting 400 deaths of rhinos from poaching last year. back in this country comic con returned to san diego this weekend as an in person event for the first time since the beginning of the
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pandemic about 100,000 fans of comic book superhero movies and video games, where there for the four game conference at the san diego ca invention center. the people attending the big event were clearly thrilled to be a part of the many wild and fun comic con events for the first time since 2019. so refreshing to get back and see the people. we've run into so many of our loyal fans first time really fully dressing up and seeing all the cool cosplay. and meaning all a bunch of people and taking photos and stuff. it's been really fun. the fans have celebrated all things comic cedt two years studios released the first trailer for black panther wakanda forever at comic con. i am queen of the powerful nation in the world. and my stay up following it's gone. not given everything. with
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the announcement, the movie's writer and director shared his memories of late chadwick boseman actor who died in 2020 after a battle with colon cancer . chadwick boseman played the iconic role of the black panther in the first movie in the franchise. the new movie will follow his characters remaining family is a cope with his death . black panther wakanda forever will be in movie theaters november 11th. well there's an online thread that's going viral on reddit. it's about things that were everywhere back in the 19 nineties, but they're rare or don't exist anymore. similar top items include a discman video rental stores and phone lines for weather reports or movie showtimes, home. telephones and answering machines are also on that list and the fact that you typically had to memorize phone numbers if you wanted to call
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someone we have to point out most of the people post sting in this thread, said they weren't even alive back in the 19 nineties. within the last hour. so cal fire updated its progress fighting a fire burning near yosemite, the latest on the evacuations, the destruction and the fight to gain control. plus do not be surprised if you see a haze in the sky when you head outside here in the bay area today, look at some of the most unhealthy places people people need to go outside. and then the world health organization, calling the monkey pox a global health emergency. what's expected today in san francisco is more people are trying to get vaccinated for with the virus. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on 28 o'clock on the dot welcome the mornings onto i'm andre. senior morning. i'm gasia mikaelian it's monday, july, 25th grade persists behind us along the oakland estuary. paulson we have to go pretty far inland defined some good son at this hour. isn't that the truth ? i mean, it's been this way.
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for what months now it seems like you guys and today is no different. i don't think this week will be any different except an increase in some smoke coming in from the oak fire. otherwise it's going to be another round of low clouds involved in the coast. what's over the bay will retreat or what's inland retreats. some of that smoke you can see, along with a few high clouds kind of drifting back towards us. so stratus quo as we like to see the usual fog, drizzle sun and clouds breezy to windy travis's augusta about 35 miles an hour. once again 60 seventies and mainly eighties inland. alright sounds here's something on the bay bridge. there's nothing on the bay bridge that we know of. i'm looking here just to make sure because i don't want to say no, but we don't see anything there, steve. we do see some slowing at the richmond bridge, and i've been looking to see if chp is offering many info. there's nothing here reported on the richmond bridge, but it certainly is slow. and at the bay bridge. steve asked about itself, put it up here, and i was going to do that. anyway it
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looks like it's improving a little bit. and i can tell just by looking at the ramp from 8 80. whenever i see this ramp right here, getting better were on their way to improvement 801 let's go back to the headlines topping our news at eight o'clock this morning. the oak fire continues to burn out of control near yosemite national park. will bring in ktvu james torres for the latest on the fire and where crews say they are making some progress. some good news garcia this morning. good morning to you. the oak fires a little larger, now burning more than 16,700 acres in mariposa county. but firefighters say they've made some progress. it's now 10% contained more than 3000. people have evacuated their homes because of the threat of the oak fire crews say. it's already destroyed 10 buildings, including homes. now so far, it's the largest fire this season. it's the second fire in less than a month threatening areas near yosemite national park. there is hope this morning to get the fire more under control as more than 2500 firefighters are assigned to the oak fire, including dozens of crews from the bay area. we actually just got word that san francisco also sending some
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cruise to the oak fire this morning as well. cal fire says they are making progress and building some of those firebreaks. so we've seen fire growth on the north side, the east side and south side. the good news is the line on the east side was held today very nicely, and firefighters are currently putting in line and trying to hold it on the south side, as well as the north and west side. all those fronts seem to be doing well. the district attorney's office in mariposa county, putting out a strong warning against looters, the statement says. in part, the mariposa county district attorney will prosecute looting and fraud related to the oak or washburn fire to the full extent of the law. the mariposa county district attorney's office stands in solidarity with all homeowners and property owners who have been affected by the oak. and by the washburn fires another help to firefighters might come from the burn scars of past wildfires count fire, says the fire now approaching the area where the ferguson fire
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burned in 2018, that would help because feels to help the fire grow our limited meaning the spread of the fire with slow down reporting live in the newsroom. i'm james torres ktvu. fox two news. thank you, james. we're staying on top of this fire threat warnings on to, of course, you can also get the latest developments anytime by turning to the ktvu news, app and ktvu .com. smoke from this fire is expected to hit the bay area later today. air quality has already been bad in the lake tahoe basin on the other side of the sierra computer models from the national weather service shows smoke pushing towards the bay area, but a spokesperson for the bay area air quality management district says. while there have been or they have issued the air quality advisory they do not expect unhealthy conditions. we do expect that smoke to kind of stay aloft and not impact air quality at the ground level here in the bay area. there may also be the smell of smoke, especially at higher elevation. so it's important that people pay attention to the air quality. if you smell smoke, you're likely
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breathing smoke, and it's best to head inside and keep your windows and doors closed. okay i'll fire says whether and smoke have not hampered their ability to attack. the fire from the air conditions are expected to remain stable in the coming days, but crews say it may get more difficult if the weather changes. top white house official says monkey pox can be contained in the united states we are seeing monkeypox in lots of countries around the world, many of them not doing a not really being able to manage it here in the united states, we have a little over 2000 cases. we have substantially ramped up testing. we have substantially rendered ramped up vaccinations. those comments came a day after the world health organization declared the virus a global health emergency. so far, no deaths have been reported in the united states from monkey pox. researchers at stanford started testing for monkey pox in bay area sewer systems. they say they've already found positive samples and sewage from san francisco san jose on the peninsula and up in sacramento.
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scientists say they're hopeful the testing and the levels of monkeypox in the sewage could help them determine the community spread of the virus similar to how sewage is tested for covid, the first comprehensive study about the current monkeypox outbreak has been published. researchers found that of the 528 cases, first reported 98% of them were gay or bisexual men and the median age of patients. 38 years old. researchers say the sexual transmission and not just close physical contact is mainly helping to spread the virus. however the study warns that despite the current spread among the gay community, anyone can become infected with this virus . governor newsom is criticizing a decision by a judge to delay the clearing of oakland's largest homeless encampment. governor issued a statement after a federal judge ruled the caltrans in the city of oakland can't yet clear out that would street encampment. and if the governor said the decision will delay caltrans critical work and endanger the public, also pointed out the states already given nearly $5 million in grants to rehouse people. last week, a judge placed a temporary
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restraining order on the effort to clear the camp, saying caltrans and oakland didn't give enough notice to the people living there. caltrans says recent fires at the camp show it is unsafe. today in foster city of protesters plan aimed at blocking the city from killing geese that have been called a public nuisance and a health risk. the national goose protection coalition from the group in defense of animals will protest outside city hall later this afternoon. foster city council members voted last week to move ahead with the plan to kill as many as 100 geese. the city says he sidewalks and grass are littered with droppings from the birds, and they also are making water quality in the lagoon worse the avian bird flu is spreading around california has some northern california zoos taking action to keep their birds protected. visitors are noticing some changes at the sacramento zoo crews drained the upper lake that would usually have the bright pink flamingo in it and put them in quarantine pools to keep them safe. neighborhood ducks come and make the lake their home. but cruz
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say those wild ducks carry diseases. so for the past week, bert crews moved the 50 flamingos 20 whistling ducks and conduct one by one to their new temporary home and to protect the birds. workers suit up in full ppe. yes pretty much treated like a full quarantine area. fully fully suited to go in and out. it could be massive implications of avian influenza, really taking hold and spreading in california is could be disastrous for wild waterfowl population. the u. s department of agriculture says he spread of avian flu is partly to blame for the country's recent surge in egg prices. the x supply is down because the flu has killed approximately 30 million egg producing chickens happening today, san francisco supervisors will once again debated proposal to expand the use of private security cameras by police subcommittee of supervisors is discussing the proposal, which would let police use live feeds from surveillance cameras that are not owned by the city. today members of the anti police terror project are expected to
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be part of the opposition to the organizations. police say and gs at union square. supervisors say it is important for the policy to strike a balance between public safety and privacy. 809 is your time brother downswing of rush hour traffic south castaneda's here with a look at that south alright andrea and glassy good morning. once again, we are seeing some improvement as you mentioned andre. right now we do see highway four in contra costa county a little bit more on the improvement side. i can see that that backup is beginning to wane. you can also see the traffic on highway 24 as i switched to that live picture is not all that slow. so we have some improvement for sure. in this eight o'clock hour, not a lot of improvement here at the richmond bridge. i haven't received the problem notice by the chp could be a stalled vehicle. color just could be a lot of people who are showing up at the same time we have had improvement at the bay bridge.
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it is backed up for 5 to 7 minutes before you make it onto the span. south bay in peninsula had been rather quiet, which is good. eight or nine. let's get back to the desk. so thank you. new demands about the future of the south bay airport. people who live nearby, say risk of another plane crash and air pollution should be enough of a reason to close it. the president will spend another day in isolation at the white house . the lingering symptom following his covid diagnosis. when i make decisions as a leader, it's not about me or the folks that are here. it's about the next seven generations coming behind us, making sure that they have the ability to move forward.
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the so santa's a city streets. held a e weekend again demanding the airport closed. they say they don't feel safe living in the neighborhood near the airport, especially after a single engine plane crash there. no one on the ground was hurt. the pilots expected to be okay. but some residents say they worry as there have been crashes there before. it's kind of scary. you know what? having that having the airport right next to my parents' house. it's nerve racking. it's scary. you know what i mean? what about if it were to fall inside the house or something like that? it's just it's something that you don't want to think about. the small airport on the east side of san
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jose, has been the focus for residents and activists for years after report from the county found children in the neighborhood near the airport have higher levels of lead in their blood. the airport stop using leaded fuels after that report came out today. president biden will spend another day in isolation at the white house as he continues to recover from the coronavirus. drilling much better than our sound. we're meeting today on gas prices and we have some really good. last time we saw the president friday sounded a little horse. during a virtual meeting. the president was diagnosed with the b a five variant on thursday. he's being treated with the antiviral pilpacks slovin and his medical team says he is making progress. he had a good day, he worked a little rested a little finally listening to some of us on the advice to get some rest. today the president is scheduled to deliver remarks virtually to black law enforcement executives , and he has a virtual meeting
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scheduled with ceos and labor leaders. the white house says he will continue to carry out his duties in isolation at least through tomorrow. president biden test negative for covid he could come out of isolation by wednesday, the vice chair of the january 6th select committee congresswoman liz cheney says former president donald trump showed a supreme dereliction of duty, but she says he did not try to stop the mob from attacking the capital that day. she wouldn't say, though, whether or not she thinks he should face charges. i believe that's a decision that justice department will make. i believe that the former president is responsible for, uh, more significant breach of his constitutional duty. ah than any president in our history. donald trump has has preyed on the patriotism of honorable and good people all across this country with the big lie, and it's very important for people to understand that it's simply simply not true. congresswoman cheney also said the committee has prepared to subpoena virginia thomas wife has supreme
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court justice clarence thomas text messages between thomas and the former white house chief of staff, mark meadows showed thomas urged meadows to fight harder to challenge the 2020 election results. a new poll has found a record number of americans have lost faith in the u. s government and may feel it may soon be necessary to take up arms against it. researchers at the university of chicago found two thirds of republicans and independents say the u. s government is quote, corrupt and rigged against everyday people. that figure is 51% among democrats responding to this survey that same survey found 28% of all american voters believe it may be necessary at some point for citizens to take up arms against the u. s. government researchers found. 38% of republicans and independents have that view. that figure is 25% among democrats is 8 16, the marine county sheriff's department now asking for the public's help to investigate a weekend shooting of three people. officers say one person was killed, two others wounded in gunfire yesterday morning near coal
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drive in marin city. the sheriff's department says. the first deputy is arriving on the scene saw three people who had been shot near a car that had several bullet holes in it. one person was pronounced dead at the scene to other victims taken to the hospital for treatment. they are expected to survive. motives are unknown at this time. obviously it's very early in the stages. the investigation but this is our second homicide for the year in the area. we had a 18 year old who was shot and killed down there recently this year. so obviously, the uptick in violence is a concern to the sheriff's office and the will be addressing that to the best of our abilities. we're told we could get the names of the victims sometime today. so far, no arrest in this case anyone with information on the shooting asked to call the marin county sheriff's department. 17 is your time time for a check of the roads with south castanet to sell. how's it looking out there? things are improving. andre and gaussian is good. finally in the eight o'clock hour, we're seeing improvement.
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i can show you the bay bridge, which everyone always wants to know about, and that would be the little improvement. it's not completely clear, but i do see it better than it was in a half hour ago. we look at the san mateo and dunbarton bridges. those bridges have not really been big problem. 5 80 completely cleared up and liver more than a little bit of congestion at the dublin interchange at highway four is improving a lot, so i like what i see on this monday. in this eight o'clock hour, it's eight 18 cloudy start. let's go to steve. for many. that is true, sal, the pattern is stuck here. coast bein inland either you're stuck in the fog, you get the fog in the sun. but it's not too bad or if you're inland, it can be hot eighties and nineties. but if you're anywhere near the coast, those cold singers, sea surface temperatures are making a huge impact. our good friend antonio says. good morning, steve, currently 53.8 with typical summer skies, fog in d. c. daly city. those cool sea surface temperatures are having a huge effect here. and they do
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. bodega bay. 51 point raised. 52 san francisco believe 53 half moon bay, not reporting. my guess is probably around 54 or so in both the monterey inner and outer buoys not working. hopefully one of these days, they will, but that's cold water for july. 25th no doubt about it. they've been cold since april. a lot of low clouds and fog banked up big big fog bank. some of the smoke from the oak fire is going to start drifting back towards the east. it's just not going to make an impact that the surface there's too much of an onshore breeze er, west southwest higher elevations. yes so it's above about four or 5000 ft clouds morning drizzle sun and clouds hazy skies. few tropical clouds drifting off this year. 50 60 seventies, but really a lot of fifties. i mean, you know lower, of course, lake county will be 100 again. brentwood though, was down to 58 . that's of course, i've seen them in a while. so if you're near the coast, you're probably saying oh, my gosh, we could use some sun. i don't see it if you're inland urine stuck in the nineties or 100. there's really no relief. the monsoon moisture,
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though, is starting to lift a little northward here. some of this could play into tahoe's forecast later in the week. we'll see if it makes it over towards yosemite. we don't want the lightning, but we'll take the rain. there are some indications as the high builds into the pacific northwest, the floor around that may drive some of that northward towards tahoe and truckee. best opportunity looks to be after wednesday, though, 60 seventies eighties again if you're inland nineties , not too much change through wednesday does look warmer inland. i think we'll get some popping less than tropical clouds filter in which would be thursday, friday. then it looks like it comes right back down to get on the weekend youtube. steve thank you, 8 20. now, in addition to those robocalls scammers are now sending robotic text messages will tell you how you can start to block them. and it's been more than four months since the senate passed a bill to make daylight saving time permanent in the u. s but it's in a snag after the break while the measure may not pass the
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underway designed to make riding bikes safer on mount diablo $1.5 million is going towards building 30 new bicycle turnout on that winding, narrow road on the mountain in contra costa county. these turnouts look like regular by claims and will give cyclists more room to move to the road so drivers can pass safely. the project is scheduled to be completed within the next three months. nearly 24,000 people took part in the 45th annual san francisco
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marathon over the weekend. organizers of this year's event say they wanted to make the big race across the city more inclusive than ever. we spoke with the winner of the marathon's first ever non binary category. i don't know where i would run without it, so it's really excellent level another there multiple categories category that it feels like it represents me, and i wouldn't have the relationship i have with running if i didn't have a space to run. yesterday's race included people of all different levels of experience. i feel great. that's wide open, beautiful air, san francisco breeze. no problems at all. bummer that we're not going to get across the golden gate bridge is here, but we got golden gate park, which is equally beautiful. this year san francisco marathon included a special special program for runners with disabilities. gas prices keep dropping across the country. even here in california , we found this oakland gas station where gas costs less than $5 a gallon. tripoli says
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the average cost of gas in california is down 17 cents from last monday at $5.73 a gallon demand for gas is down as the summer break travel season starts to slow down. the most affordable gas in the bay area is in marin and solano counties. on average, people filling up in napa county pay the most a study from stanford university finds that a switch to renewable energy worldwide could solve many of the current problems with air pollution and high fuel costs. in an opinion piece published in the hill, one of the study's authors say, by producing electricity from clean renewable sources, it is possible to create safe, cheap and reliable energy everywhere. the study examines 145 countries and says the reason for the cost reduction is in a clean renewable energy system uses much less energy than combustion based energy system. you had to work when everyone else is asleep or come home in the middle of the night. here is yet another warning that your work schedule could be sabotaging your sleep. doctors say three
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things in particular can ruin your sleep quality number one working late into the night number two drinking coffee and after four in the afternoon, and that includes things like tea and soda. also they say, sleeping in on weekends to catch up on ms sleep during the week shouldn't be seen as actually catching up. you should see that as a sign that you are sleep deprived. cdc recommends that we get at least seven hours of sleep every day. that's for adults age 60 and under it's now been four months since the u. s senate unanimously passed a bill to make daylight saving time permanent in the united states, but it appears the house is not even close to taking a vote on the measure. house members have been arguing over the specific language of the daylight saving bill and making little progress. many members of congress say they have more pressing issues to deal with, such as gun safety and inflation. colleges across the us losing students as a number of college applications have gone down, coming up. the reason for the sudden slide in those numbers. also, airports across the country are dealing with cancelations and delays as they try to hire more pilots. still ahead, was being done to help students finish flight
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earning as the flames and the oak fire burning in central california. keep getting bigger house smoke from that fire is expected to impact us here in the bay area. then calling for lawsuits over california's new gun law. governor newsom just signed reaction from the dean of the uc berkeley law school. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto and welcome back
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. i'm gasia mikaelian senior just coming up on 8 30 right now. today is monday, july 25th and steve paulson is here with a look at the forecast gloomy here in the open area as the rest of the bay area looking today, steve about the same as they have every day here, going back about a week or two. i mean, if you're on the coast, you're like man. it's great here. we could use some sun if over the bay big fog bank here at retreats will have fog, then son and seventies on attempts inland, though it's a little different ballgame here continues to be warm to hot, although it did come down over the weekend, and some of that smoke from the oak fires beginning to drift back towards some areas. but most of it is to the east here. i thank you. hopefully you'll see it soon. maybe not. maybe just watch me and i'll tell you about there you go. some of that smoke, but that's just a big fog bank in the wind is the breezes out of the west southwest, so this would be a loft over four or 5000 ft. not at the surface, maybe out to the east, but i think that would be it. the usual fog drizzle sun and clouds breezy to windy, blustery for some 60 seventies upper eighties
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well inland to a few nineties. alright, sal's here richmond bridge. you know what? since you asked so nicely, steve, i can look at the richmond bridge because it is going to be slow there. as you approach the toll plaza. now things are still pretty slow at the richmond bridge, and we haven't seen any evidence of you know a crash on the span, but we certainly have seen some slow traffic. i just think it's just a bunch of people trying to get over to marina also did want to show you that traffic on the east shore freeway is going to be a little bit congested as you drive down to the bay bridge. there was an earlier, um stoppage by chp on east 18 your ashby, but the bay bridge has improved quite a bit. 8 31. let's go back to the desk. so thank you. the oak fire still burning this morning there. mariposa has now scorched more than 15,000 acres. containment is at 0% and more people are preparing to evacuate. now. the fire started on friday and just exploded in size over the
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weekend, burning in an area that firefighters are having a tough time getting, too because of the rough terrain, and even though the oak fire is burning more than 100, miles away all the way in mariposa county smoke is forecast to reach the bay area today. ktvu valley, rasmus joins his life to explain what we can expect close to home and in the lake tahoe area, ali andre here in oakland, behind us vehicle in estuary. it's breezy, cool and foggy right now, but the national weather services over the next couple of days we should expect some hazy skies bay area wide because of that fire burning in mariposa county. but if you're in lake tahoe, the air quality conditions are not going to be good. in fact, you can see from this live picture of lake tahoe. right now there's a layer of haze and smoke in the air. we also have some satellite video to show you from the national oceanic and atmospheric administration showing how lake tahoe and that whole area is in the direct path of the smoke drifting north from the oak fire burning in mariposa county fire broke out on friday. it's burned more than 16,000 acres. it's
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just 10% contained, but because of shifting wind and weather patterns of smoke from it hadn't reached the bay area. until today. it is expected to be hazy here today. the good news, though the smoke from that fire in the bay area is expected to remain aloft, meaning high in the sky at 3500 ft. in elevation or higher, so we will see it, but likely not smell it or breathe it at ground level. we don't expect the smoke to affect air quality at the ground level , but it's important for people to stay vigilant, especially if they have a preexisting respiratory condition or sensitive to air pollution. if you smell smoke, make sure to have a plan to go inside. keep your windows and doors closed. now again in like tahoe. that area, the air quality forecast is going to be different than what we're expected to experience here in the bay area in south lake tahoe. the air quality has improved this morning since yesterday, but for north lake tahoe, it is still considered unhealthy air quality for sensitive groups, and there are pockets of hazardous air quality right now and the
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truckee area and in the communities of incline village. in kings beach back home in the bay area, the national weather service says again we should expect some hazy skies over the next couple of days, but hopefully the air quality isn't expected to be too bad. of course, all of that will vary depending on what happens with the oak fire burning in mariposa county and the changing weather and wind conditions live in oakland. ali rasmus ktvu fox two news, ali thank you for your time now. russian missile strikes in ukraine hit the southern ukrainian ports city of odessa, one day after ukraine and russia agreed to a deal. all to restart grain exports from ports in the black sea. ukrainian president zelensky says the missile attacks show russia cannot be trusted. florida congressman mike waltz met with president zelensky over the weekend in kiev. he says ukraine needs more weapons. seeing some success with what we provided, but we need to provide even longer range artillery and the other piece that we talked a lot about was having advisers help the ukrainians not on the
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front lines, but help with their planning, helped with the logistics and hopefully help them go on the offensive soon. congressman walsh says those advisers come or could come from the u. s military to better track the billions of dollars of weapons pouring into ukraine. some us based organizations are helping ukrainian soldiers who lost limbs fighting for their country. five ukrainian soldiers arrived in minnesota over the weekend. the protest foundation is helping ukrainian children, soldiers and civilians get free prosthetics here in the united states. we started to think how the from minnesota can help ukraine instead of sitting and talking about it. we decided what we can help. the soldiers are being fitted for the prosthetic legs this week. they're expected to be in minnesota for three weeks to recover members of the san francisco branch of the have now joined the call for school board member and shoot to resign. they voted unanimously to call for her immediate resignation after
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the akp's executive board met with her last week. shoe ignited a firestorm earlier this month by saying unstable family environments hinders the educational progress of black and brown students. naacp issued this statement after yesterday's vote, it says quote her comments indicated profound disconnect between shoe and the black community and blame the effects of systematic racism on the targets of that racism. the mega millions. jackpot is now surged to $790 million for tomorrow night's drawing the fourth largest jackpot in the game's history. the price went up again over the weekend. no one matched all six numbers in friday night's drawing. the winner can either spread out there, pay over 30 annual installments or choose the lump sum of $464 million cash. mega millions played in 45 states, of course, including ours, biologists, botanists and fans of plants are excited for a rare event. the corpse flower san jose state university set to bloom any day now. this is a tropical greenhouse at san jose state. the plant is actually called the
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titan arum, but it's called the corpse flower, because when it opens, the plan actually smells like rotting flesh. this, accore university, only an estimated 1000 course flowers are still living. in the wild due to habitat loss, and we know we had that over at the san francisco san francisco. yeah we interviewed them the other day. and that was a few months ago. i still have yet to smell. what what process? e i want to know, even though they say it smells like you know, like something that's so good. it's one of those. you do it once things that's what i'm guessing. once is enough. i would agree with that. yes andre, you smell let me know what you let you know. thank you. yeah alright. garcia. andre will get to it here. lots going i'm on actually, another day of three forecast one of the coast one in the bay. than one inland will add to the mix a little bit of the smoke from the oak fire. not all that is coming back here. a lot of it's going to be high aloft around 5000 ft
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and higher. there's just too much fog and low clouds on the coast. it will not impact the surface because the prevailing wind out to the delta is out of the west southwest, so low clouds. morning drizzle sun and clouds. little bit hayes off to the east. now again depends on what forecast model you look at. but some of this is going to start drifting back towards us, depending on which model you look at. but here's the deal. i'm showing you it 18,000 ft. okay why 18,000 ft because that does kind of take some of that smoke kind of drifts it back there. so again. i don't think it's going to the west. i don't think it's at the surface. it will be in some of the higher elevations as the way it looks right now. fifties for most 60 70 still hot up in lake county, brentwood, 67. after that, it's still in the fifties. there's just a deep fog bank had some local drizzle as well. now the combination coming up around that low in southern california , you can get some of that moisture funnels up coming around the high same thing could produce a lot more in the way of
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some tropical clouds. i mean, just you know, not all of arizona. but look at i mean, just take your pick. there's so much monsoon going through there some of that into las vegas creeping up in the central sierra nevada, southern california. some hints that it's going to move northward. why? because the high is going to build into the pacific northwest and the floor around that may lift some of that towards tahoe and truckee. maybe yosemite will see it wouldn't be until later in the week, though, 60 seventies anywhere near the water eighties and again nineties, not much changed through wednesday. it does look hotter inland thursday. friday, although there will be more tropical clouds. edge off and t, maybe hard to believe here by the start of the new school year is coming up in just weeks this morning on the nine. we're talking live with a peninsula superintendent to learn what's new for children and families. as at this point, i think we're all getting ready to head back to school. some money now, interest rates are expected to go up again. and that means a
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receiving those spam text, which are now being sent to people's cell phones and record breaking numbers. the message does offer a way to opt out do that. you can also forward unwanted text 27726. it's free and it helps your carrier take action. privacy experts ation never respond to any suspicious text message, they say, delete the text block the number. this summer's rise and flight delays and cancelations at airports across the country. has airlines taking a closer look at how to prevent this in the future. the main focus is trying to fill more than 8000 open pilot positions. american airlines has launched a new program in hopes will add to their ranks and help motivate more interest in the airline industry is providing loans to help students cover the tuition to go to its flight school. you still see quite a lot of folks coming from the military, but we've got to really bolster up the path, the civilian path. and so that's where the cadet academy comes
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into play, even though i know that i'm in over $100,000 worth of debt. i just know that one day it will be 100% worth it. you heard that correctly regularly costs about $100,000 for tuition and board. to become a commercial airline pilot, however, that can be paid off pretty quickly, the website glassdoor says american airlines pilots on average earned get this 203,000 a year. not bad at all. soon be another shortage at the grocery store and your credit card bill could be higher and higher. on top of all this. it's a busy one on wall street again. pam cook joins us upstairs for dollars and cents very busy. in fact, this week will be the busiest for second quarter earnings reports some of the biggest names in tech, including meta report earnings this week, a drop in online advertising is expected to take a big chunk out of earnings. we'll take a look at that as the opening bell ring this morning, the nasdaq dropped in anticipation of that. also this week, general motors for general electric visa ups just to name a
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few, and we're going to hear from the fed in terms of interest rates this week as well . now as we take a live look at the big board, the dow jones has steadily increased a little bit in the last hour now up 100 points. as you see, just turned. and it is back above 32,000 for the dow, the s and p 500 also up about 20% and it does look like it's getting closer to the 4000 mark, but the nasdaq down about a third of a percent. analysts expect the fed to raise interest rates again this week. and that means your credit card interest could go up again. the average credit card debt is more than $6000. the average rate is more than 16% financial advisors say increasing credit card rates, combined with rising inflation can make it hard to stick to a budget. a lot of the assumptions that you might have made about expenses six months ago have kind of been blown out of the water. by the way, we've seen
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inflation explode over the last little while. now the advice is to make paying off credit card debt a top priority if you do have an equity line on your home, you may want to consider using that to pay off those cards. chickpeas add them to the list of items now in short supply, according to reuters. supplies of chickpeas could drop by as much as 20% this year due to weather conditions. most of the chickpeas grown here in the u. s as in washington, idaho, montana and north dakota, which like california, is experiencing drought conditions. the price of chicken ps in us grocery stores up about 12% from last year. the chronicle reports. many bay area mediterranean restaurants are increasing their prices on hummus and falafel because of the rising cost of chickpeas and colleges across the us are losing students a report from the national student clearinghouse research center says college enrollments have dropped by about 1.3 million in two years. now, the fall offs
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continued through the pandemic and into the spring. public colleges and community colleges have seen the sharpest drop in enrollment. part of the reason could be cost also the pandemic , though the uc system reports many students who delayed their enrollment during the pandemic are now starting to return to campus. pam cook, that's a look at your dollars and cents. thank you so much appreciate it. former golden state warriors player who's also an oakland native, one toscano. anderson spent the weekend giving back to oakland students. anderson hosted the jt a foundation back to school 2022 annual backpack giveaway at fremont high school in oakland, hundreds of students picked up much needed school supplies. toscano anderson says he's only doing a small part of what needs to be done to support east based students. these kids need a lot more than just backpacks and supplies. they need support, you know, and they need better, you know, better resources. this is our future here. these kids they can change the world that can be the next president. they can be the next
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athlete. whatever and so i just want to be here to, you know, share some positivity and charter inspire some young young children. so in addition to school supplies, the young students could also get free haircuts and lunch at the event . this is the second annual backpack giveaway organized by the jt a foundation and ktvu is raising money to help families manage the cost. of course, school supplies in the new school year. thanks to your donations, we have already raised more than $12,500. our goal is to raise $50,000. ktvu is partnering with the nonprofit supply bank .org. we're asking viewers like you to donate funds to help buy school supplies for 2500 area. students in need. all money raised says right here in the bay area. just go to ktvu .com slash school to get involved a surprising reunion for a man who wrote a note as a child. it's now been found 27 years later. oh, my gosh. look at that. that's my handwriting.
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and if not home, leave it on the answer. machine shows how data that is, right? for boys through a message in a bottle into the ocean. back in 1995, the keep lamarche beautiful commission was looking for garbage over the weekend found the bottle found the paper inside. so they broke the bottle in that they found this. the boys note in their own handwriting. how to do a double take on the on the on the piece of cardboard right? and i said, wait, that's my phone number i that's my handwriting. that's my signature. method was discovered about two miles away from where the boys originally threw it in the water. it survived 27 years , several hurricanes, not a drop of water made it in the bottle man was particularly touched when he saw the signatures of his close friends, including one travis, who died just about a year and a half ago. well it looks like one generation is more likely to use subtitles and in the other, according to a survey conducted by a charity called stage text generation z users used subtitles more than
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any other generation experts states creative capturing and shows such a stranger things has started the move. they found four out of five adults ages 18 to 25 use subtitles while watching tv. and less than a quarter of people ages 56 to 75 years. subtitles researchers say the two main reasons or because younger adults are watching more international shows and gaza. this lot surprise you. the second reason is so they can look from their phones taken a scene quicker to admit i've done that. okay? yes we've been doing subtitles at home for a couple of years. i started doing it when i was watching movies with my parents. so it was like for them, but now it is clearly for me sometimes, you know? yeah. i'm not gonna lie to i mean, sometimes i'm looking at my phone in the subtitles are a little easier up doing this, you know? so i get it. i get it. let's get you out the door a final check of this monday commute. i mean, no major problems, and for that we're grateful, sal. right now. the subtitle is saying no major
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problems there, garcia because we have subtitles on our show. let's go if you turn them on, that is close captioning. good morning. let's go to the bay bridge, and there are no major problems here. it is a lot better than it was. you can see. traffic is moving along very well. i do want to check in on some of these other commutes. mateo bridge looks okay, there's some slowing on 8 80 now in fremont, and there's still some slowing at the richmond bridge getting over onto the span, which is unusual, but it looks like it stood should start to taper off soon. 8 51. let's talk about today's weather. cloudy start, steve from majority that is true, sal. there's very little change is a big change will be in the form of some smoke coming in. a lot of this will stay to the east, depending on what forecast model you look at, but the smoke no doubt about it up in tahoe, for sure, but some of that's going to start drifting back towards us sixties to seventies, eighties and nineties. amazing how we are stuck in this pattern. if you're inland, it can be hot. if you're on the coast, you're in the gray. this is at 500 or at 18,000. ft 500 millibars some of
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the smoke around 5000. maybe 10,000 will start to do this. come back over and then do that . so i mean, north and east. yes, it does look like some, but the prevailing wind at the surface is west southwest. coming through the delta. i could show you at the surface and it's due west. so this will be a loft. higher elevations. not at the surface, maybe eastward would be the only opportunity, but we will get a little haze in here fifties on most of the temps here, the fog and low clouds and not going anywhere. drizzle combination of these two again, the low and the high. we're just sandwiched in between. a lot of monsoon moisture continues. i mean, everything is pointing towards a continuation with only subtle changes. day to day going on in arizona around las vegas parts of nevada, but really not much is making it up here. there might be some clouds. tahoe looks to be on the northern fringe of it. if it does materialize, it looks to be later this week around friday or saturday. we'll see 60 seventies anywhere near the water.
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eighties and you're 90 again on some of these tips does look warmer inland end of the week, but then cooler by the weekend again, you two do you? thank you so much time now is 8 52 monkeypox global health emergency by the world health organization coming your way on the nine. we're talking live with a doctor about the virus and to further understand whether it can still be contained here in the u. s also the official trailer for the highly anticipated black panther to film wakanda forever is now out. after a break of sneak peek and what
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kingdom after days of record heat, a wildfire started southwest of london, firefighters there say making quick work. of getting the flames under control now and one of the places where we've seen the worst wildfire damage in europe is spain. some people in the northwest region of that country just beginning to get a grasp of how much recovery work they need to do after wildfires earlier this month, in all of these places, hot weather was a factor for firefighters report on the world's tiger population , offering new hope for endangered species this morning and international group of scientists has released a study that found as many as 5500 tiger. years the world in the while around the world that's up nearly 40% from that figure in 2015. researchers attribute the higher tiger numbers to the increased global effort to protect them. they also say the system to count tigers has improved dramatically during the past seven years in south africa program to relocate dozens of rhinos aims to increase the population of that endangered
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species. rangers hunt down rhinos and tranquilize them there, then relocated to a national park in neighboring mozambique, where rhinos have been extinct for more than 40 years. we're hoping that transportation is like this going forward will maybe save or certainly make a difference in the numbers of rhinos in the world. poaching and habitat loss continue to threaten the rhinos . the south african government alone report 400 rhino deaths from poaching last year. comic con return to san diego this weekend as an in person event for the first time since the start of the pandemic, an estimated 100,000 fans of comic books, superheroes, movies and video games attended the four game conference at the san diego convention center. those y wild and fun comic con events for the first time since 2019.reshing to get back and see the people. runmany of t time really fully dressing up and seeing all the cool cosplay.
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and meaning all a bunch of people and taking photos and stuff. it's been really fun to celebrate all things comic con with virtual and dramatically scale back events during the past two years during comic con marvel studios released the first trailer for the black panther wakanda forever movie. are queen of the powerful nation in the world. and my following it's gone. given everything announcement, the film's writer and director shared his memories with the late chadwick boseman, who died back in 2020 following a battle with colon cancer like panther wakanda forever will arrive in theaters have ever 11th there's a thread on reddit that's gone viral that focuses on things that were everywhere in the nineties and are now rare or nonexistent, thinks people miss the most includes sony discman video rental stores and those dedicated phone lines for weather or the movie showtimes. i missed popcorn. remember at the tone, the time will be home telephones and answering
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machines. also, a lot of people say they miss having to memorize someone's phone number if you wanted to call them. as we read through this list. we should also note many of the people responding to the thread say they weren't even born in the nineties. we just issued more mandatory evacuation orders, so that number is probably gonna push up to 5000 massive wildfire is raging outside yosemite national park. thousands are still evacuated this morning, and homes and structures are destroyed, tracking the latest developments and how we could be affected today by the fire. plus big lines are expected again today for people in san francisco trying to get vaccinated for the monkey pox virus. this comes as the world health organization now calls that virus global health emergency. also ahead more calls for the resignation of a recently appointed san francisco school board member, the latest organization to call for an shoe to step aside.

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