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again, it will be time for dodger baseball. so this has been scully wishing you a very pleasant good afternoon. wherever you may be. the school district as they prepare for the first day of school tomorrow, plus a race to get back stated as thousands of monkey pox vaccines are headed for the bay area. why local experts say they are already expecting problems. and today is the final day of the outside lands music festival in golden gate park, who is going to take center stage to close out one of the city's largest music festivals. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto and good morning to you. welcome to mornings onto on this sunday. august 7th i'm claudine wong.
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happy weekend. one another. let's get you outside. talk a little weather, rosemary's back in the weather center and good morning to you. yes. good morning. how about more of the same right? fabulous weather? absolutely great. yes we do have the clouds out there this morning. temperatures are ranging from sixties at the coast, mid upper eighties inland . better details on the current conditions and what you can expect for your sunday fun day coming up in just a little. a bit. sounds good. thank you rose very happy today. san francisco's largest outdoor music festival wraps up in golden gate park rapper post, malone will take center stage to close out outside lance tonight popular rock band from berkeley . green day was the headliner last night 225,000 music fans from across the country attending the three day festival . there are no official public health requirements for the first time. since the pandemic, but those attending any indoor events are encouraged to wear masks to concerns about covid-19 . and, of course, the monkey pox as well happening today, the
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presidio tunnel top tops park in san francisco will hold the first sunday afternoon's event, starting at one this afternoon. families and friends are invited to the visitors center there for music dancing. and art. there will also be a campfire talk about the park and its history. that's coming up at four this afternoon. if you can't make it today, the park is hosting similar events on the first sunday afternoon in september, october and again in november. around the bay area, many families are getting ready for back to school week, students in oakland returned to class tomorrow. let's go to ktvu james torres, who joins us live from oakland, where many parents and teachers say the number one concern is the school district's plan to close a number of school buildings. good morning to you, james claudine. well you know, there's an exciting part about the new school year, right? it's a whole another year and the year of learning kids going back to a regular routine. and for the first time in a long time, there aren't any covid-19 protocols. no mass requirements . nothing like that, for now,
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but top of mind, of course for parents and for some teachers and staff within the oakland unified school district is this tense situation between school staff school security? rather and some of the community members around schools are set to close over the next couple of years. the school year begins as summer. still reacting to a confrontation between those security members at park elementary school. and parents. according to the district spokesperson. crews were notified the school was empty following months of protesters occupying the school school personnel went in changed the locks and set alarms and at some point people protesting the closures broke those locks set off the alarms and came face to face with security guards. last year, the oakland unified school district voted to shut down a number of school buildings, citing a need to save money. they say scores like parker are under enrolled, according to the district's plan. eight more schools are set to close by the end of the school year. board member mike hutchinson says the next few months will be spent trying to fight that. that
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community that surrounds parker elementary in east oakland needs to have a public school in the neighborhood. so this is going to, um continue, and we will continue to fight to guarantee that we have quality schools in our neighborhoods. washington says at least three school board seats will be up for grabs in november's election. what happens then could determine the future of parker elementary and those other eight schools coming up this week, the board will have its first regular meeting of the school year. on wednesday . hutchinson says he expects much of the conversation to focus on that conflict between security guards and the community members. we're live this morning in oakland. i'm james torres, ktvu fox. two news. all right. thank you. james classes begin in some schools and sonoma county this week as well. last week, the sonoma county office of education began handing out 160,000 rapid covid test two schools in the region. now the goal is to encourage students, teachers and staff to get tested
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before the first day of school, which is on wednesday and thursday. 17,000 of those tests are going to santa rosa city schools alone sonoma county's largest district and warren counties, three largest transit agencies have no plans to reinstate mask mandates, at least for now, the county's public health agency says marinas currently experienced its longest period of high covid-19 transmissions since the start of the pandemic. however hospitalizations are half the rate of what they were in january and right now only 13 people countywide are hospitalized for covid smart marine transit and the golden gate bridge district are only recommending their riders wear masks. at this point, there are no immediate plans to bring back the mask mandate that began in 2020. and ended in april. time now is 705, the president out of isolation for the first time since catching the coronavirus for the second time last month, he left the white house for reunion with his wife, the first lady joe biden in their home in
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delaware president tested negative this morning and yesterday for the virus. mr biden first tested positive. back on july the 21st. he experienced only mild symptoms, including fatigue. of runny nose and a cough. and we are following developing news. at least nine people have been wounded in an overnight shooting in cincinnati, ohio. we just received the video to the news from a short time ago. police say that gunfire erupted early this morning was outside a bar in the downtown area of cincinnati. witnesses say at least one shooter fired several sharks shots into a large c alle people who were wounded suffered minor injuries so far. no word on what led up to the shooting, and there's no word if there's been any arrest, either. oakland police investigating two weekend shootings in the downtown area. one person was killed three others injured in the gunfire. the first shooting took place on webster and 14th street early yesterday morning. please don found one man line in the street who is now listed in critical
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condition. officers were still on the scene when they got the report of another shooting just a few blocks away at broadway and 17th. one man was killed, two others wounded but are expected to survive. no word on any arrests and either of those shootings. and police in san francisco says shooting between officers and a suspect in the mission district ended without anyone getting hit by gunfire. that happened yesterday morning near shotwell. in 17th street. please say a man shot at officers who were trying to take him into custody. police later determined the suspect was fired blanks with what they now believe was a replica gun. that suspect took cover. the officer took cover. and. officers began returning fire on the suspect. suspect ended up behind the vehicle. we did we, the department the officers, the officers on scene did everything they could to negotiate a surrender. please call in a tactical unit and the suspect did was treated for minor injuries after
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his arrest. thousands of monkey pox vaccines are on their way to the bay area. we know 10,000 doses of the monkey pox vaccines have been allocated to san francisco, but one infectious disease specialist tells us those doses won't even come close to meeting the number that barrier needs right now, while the shipment will help dr monica gandhi estimates they need two million doses in the country to stop the outbreak. our staff is already overburdened with monkeypox at the moment because the testing is actually extremely cumbersome. i am worried that in the fall it's going to be really busy because we really have to think about the americans specific booster and getting monkeypox out to gay men in the united states. of the more than 28,000 cases worldwide . the vast majority infected so far are gay men largely spread by direct contact. dr gandhi is urging those at high risk to take precautions. vaccine clinic at sf general open on tuesday. kaiser ucsf and sutter are
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taking appointments and go to the web links section of our website to find out how to track down vaccines in your area. you also find a link to information about symptoms prevention and treatment there as well. well third person has died from a c a couple from wisconsin had also died, and 1/4 person was critically injured. no word this morning on the condition of that fourth victim. that lightning strike happened thursday night in lafayette park, which is right across the street from the white house. cameras were recording when that lightning hit and people living in much of the midwest and the northeast or dealing with another weekend of scorching temperatures. reporter voice shows us the impacts of this brutal hot weather that's not letting up. hot weather is in store for much of the country yet again on saturday as americans look for relief in any way they can during this latest heatwave, it's really hot, but we're just staying hydrated so we don't like have a heat stroke at least seven cities in the northeast tighter broke their
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all time heat records this week. and those who are outside are seeking out the shade to cool off actually really nice where we at plenty of trees. you know, it's black in the sun and not direct sunlight. oh it their condition feels great. i really didn't want to leave it. but i will get back to it soon across texas and oklahoma. some cities are seeing an unprecedented number of 100 degree days, locals are stepping up to help out their neighbors. this group in phoenix heading out water and ice to help people lower their body temperatures and officers with the forth worth police department even hand delivering free a c units to those in need. the constant heat, also fueling wildfires, with multiple blazes breaking out across texas and the pacific northwest, the hotter drier conditions and windy conditions, buyers can erupt very quickly. dangerous levels of heat are in the forecast for about 40 million americans this weekend reporting in new york city native oy fox news. alright let's take a look
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at our weather. it's 7 10. we're not hot, which just been mild good sleeping weather all good once again, perhaps the envy of so many with the temperatures running from sixties at the coast, eighties inland, we do have the morning clouds a little bit of patchy drizzle, perhaps not widespread like it was in days past. but as we get into the afternoon temperatures aren't going to change a whole lot. here's a look at the oakland skyline. we do have the overcast sky. we do have the fog out there this morning. although visibility is not an issue 61 degrees right now in san francisco. good morning napa at 60 for the inner east base, 61 right now in livermore and los 60, san jose so relatively mild out there, santa rosa, you are notably cooler right now compared to yesterday. palo alto down by four most areas very similar to where we started on saturday and the onshore breeze through fairfield 21 mph we have oakland reporting dying conquered, reporting 10 so weak onshore breeze. morning clouds.
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afternoon sun temperatures very seasonal for this time of year along the coastline inside the bay in the communities, actually , a little below average for today. here's a look at that cloud cover out there along the coast and inside the bay will begin to pull back. mid late morning and for the afternoon will go 80 degrees in santa rosa , just a few degrees below the seasonal average upper sixties san francisco low seventies in oakland. we've got livermore at 83 in san jose 78. if you're going to see the ace giants play later today, i'll have a look at what you can expect there and the extended forecast coming up in just a bit. alright thanks, rosemary. well it has been 10 years since the explosion at richmond chevron refinery coming up the push for a long term environmental changes and the lessons learned from that accident. and all the destruction left behind in eastern kentucky after that deadly flood hit that area could hear from community members who say they are determined to restore their town. no matter how long it takes coming up.
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large out-of-state corporations have set their sights on california. they've written prop 27, to allow online sports betting. they tell us it will fund programs for the homeless. but read prop 27's fine print. 90% of profits go to out-of-state corporations, leaving almost nothing for the homeless. no real jobs are created here. but the promise between our state and our sovereign tribes would be broken forever. these out-of-state corporations don't care about california. but we do.
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stand with us. that mountain has been one of the most active volcanoes in the world for several years and activity has been quietly building for the past 10 momonts . kilauea has a long history of alternating between collapsing and refilling. the collapse of the crater floor in 2018 was the largest in centuries, and it has been refilling since then, both with overflows and with pressure underneath. pushing the crater floor closer to the lip of the volcano. experts believe the eruption will remain confined to the volcano crater for at least the short term future is 7 15 and eastern kentucky, where devastating floods hit many communities. cleanup is underway and survivors are finding what's left of the places they once called home. this isn't what i
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planned on dear my retirement plan on maybe with the like, man. it's been a difficult week since water poured through that town, the rivers and creeks are receding and showing just how much damage was done, but people are trying to remain optimistic as they watch neighbors helping neighbors and the local football team. putting its muscle to work, shoveling mud and dumping it away from homes and businesses. this is a very poor community, and i hate to say that but they come together as you can see, there's a dozers excavators. there's backhoes. there's people all around hard enough and altogether and just keep our minds to. i think we'll be able to build back. some people say they may never recover. but most survivors say they can't leave the place they called home. but they're also realistic, saying it may take years to build back what the flood has taken away. right good news for drivers. gas prices
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continue to drop nationwide and here in the bay area, the national average down to $4.08 a gallon. nearly 20 states now have gas that costs below $4. if you're thinking i haven't seen that that's because it's not happening here in california, a gallon of unleaded still cost about $5.47. but that is down 75 cents from a month ago. 5 47 is also the average in oakland in san jose. it's 5 49 and in san francisco, drivers are paying a little bit more at about 5 60. analysts say prices could go even lower next week as the price of crude oil declines, and experts say low demand is what's pushing oil prices lowered, not increased supply. opec's oil producing countries increased output for july and august by about 640,000 barrels a day. but according to triple a that boost in supply is unlikely to affect gas prices, much as long as demand continues to drop. their analysts say that gas demand measured in barrels fell more than 9% last week. more than 100
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. protesters all gathered in the east bay over the weekend to mark the 10th anniversary of the explosion and the fire at the chevron refinery in richmond that came to remember the dean of august. the 6th 2012 and a raging fire at the refinery simply looms that thick black smoke and ash chemical smell into the area in the east bay. an estimated 15,000 people live near the refinery. had to be treated for breathing problems. the protesters say it was a night they will never forget. i remember sitting on the couch. thank you. the news was turned on, and we saw the big headlines explosion at the chevron refinery. remember seeing the big clouds of smoke? investigators later determined the refinery fire was likely caused by leaky pipe that chevron had neglected to replace . the protesters expressed their outrage over the fire and chevron's response in the months and now the years that followed. the fact that chevron refused to
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take responsibility for the damage being inflicted on her community alerted us to the need for collaboration in our work to hold chevron accountable. in 2018. the richmond city council settled a lawsuit with chevron for $5 million, but the company did not admit fault and the deal did not require any reforms at that refinery. all right time now is 7 19. let's talk about the weather. if you like yesterday, rosemary today. yes. that's starting out with the clouds this morning, including frank. good morning to both of you and happy sunday to all of you. we are looking at a near repeat for today. temperatures sixties at the coast to eighties inland. i sound like a broken record. hopefully you're enjoying this kind of weather because it's around to stay giving you a look here at san jose, starting out with some cloud cover there this morning temperatures running in the sixties for most, so it is a relatively mild start. to the morning and storm tracker to here showing you from the coast around the bay and inland. those low clouds have filled in once again, pulling back here just a
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little bit. notice this, uh motion going on right off our coastline that counterclockwise circulation indicating that low right off the coast and we remain with high pressure park to the east and we are just right in between. so we are only seeing subtle day to day changes . here's a look at the forecast when it comes to your cloud cover 10 o'clock in the morning , and we're beginning to see that sunshine for inland cities north by east bay through the south bay. our basic communities , as well as san francisco and the coastline will remain looks like partly sunny. mostly cloudy through at least about noontime as we get into one o'clock, we turn partly sunny at the coast. we are mostly clear for the rest, and we are looking at plenty of sunshine for the rest of the day until we get a little bit closer to sunset. those low clouds begin to fill back in here is a view of those numbers out there at this time with a week onshore breeze, we have 61 degrees in san francisco 60 right now in napa low sixties and brent webex. he's over san jose. if you're going over to the coliseum to watch the ease
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and giants play this afternoon, going to be a nice day in the stands, we'll go with partly sunny conditions. 70 degrees west breeze to 15 mph at yes exr oakland today into the afternoon , upper sixties san francisco 80 degrees for santa rosa even are hotter spots 85 not bad conquered, and for the south bay 86 expected over morgan hill getting into your extended forecast. we are going to remain status quo monday tuesday, perhaps slightly warmer on wednesday, and then it looks like we will have a more of a heat up and drier weather in the forecast by thursday, mid 60 set the coast upper seventies around the bay low to mid nineties for our inland cities back to you. thank you, rosemary up next 49ers will be honoring one of their teams legendary players coming up the events happening during today's training camp to celebrate. white clark. and ghosted by an electric bike company after the break what one east bay city plans to do with electric bikes that no longer
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work and were abandoned on city streets.
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for years, california's non-gaming tribes have been left in the dust. wealthy tribes with big casinos make billions, while small tribes struggle in poverty. prop 27 is a game changer. 27 taxes and regulates online sports betting to fund permanent solution to homelessness. while helping every tribe in california. so who's attacking prop 27? wealthy casino tribes who want all the money for themselves support small tribes, address homelessness. vote yes on 27.
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seven 24 1 person is dead. dozens have been injured. several firefighters are missing this following a massive fire eruption at a cuban oil storage facility. so look at the raging fire dense black smoke. it's pouring out of the matanzas supertanker base. the fire has caused four explosions at least 121 people are injured. 17
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firefighters are currently missing. one body was found late last night. authorities say a lightning strike from friday thunderstorm started the fires. the u. s is offering its technical assistance on that explosion. the city of richmond now has to find a new operator to handle all the electric bikes that were left behind by the bike share called bolt. that was a florida startup that was co founded by olympic sprinter hussein bolt, however, the company has apparently ceased operations, leaving behind bikes and at least eight cities, including richmond. what he really knows what happened to bowl. obviously they're you know, they've ghosted us all sonoma and marin county's, um, also contract id with bolt, but that operations had not begun and that no payments had been made. ktvu tried but could not reach bolt or any of its executives. richmond's mayor spoke to the company that sold
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the system to bolt in that company says it will assist the cities in securing a new operator. cbs will get into the primary care sector by the end of the year. the ceo says the company does plan to merge with or acquire a primary care firm. it is doing this in order to expand their services. cbs is one of the largest drugstore chains in our country and already offers more than 1000 minutes locations. the minuteclinic say they are seeing a 12% increase in patient visits over the last quarter. new data shows the difference in cost between renting and buying a home in the bay area is growing , the financial services company moody's analytics reports. san jose and services co. have the widest price to rent ratio in the country. in san francisco, the average home costs almost 60 times more than what people pay each year to rent. oakland. san jose, oxnard and anaheim joined san francisco as california cities with the worst owned to rent costs. up next today is the
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last day of the conservative political action conference being held in text says find out who won an unofficial poll as the preferred republican nominee for president. and fighting against catalytic converter. thieves still ahead with some drivers are doing to try to prevent their cars well well well, what have we here? a magical place... that's lookin' to get scared! (laugh) (laughter)
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night on the inflation reduction act. what the act includes and why both sides of the table don't seem to come to an agreement and slowly gaining ground on the state's most destructive fire the year the latest containment efforts on the mckinney fire burning at the california oregon border. next from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto. good morning bay area. how about a road trip up to lake tahoe? i know someone that's going to be on the road right after the show, so look out, and it looks great up there. if you're heading up up to tahoe, and, uh and we're still kind of mired in the fog this morning, but it should be a pretty good day. welcome back to mornings on to on a sunday i'm frank malika claudine wong. let's talk about our other look beautiful in tahoe looks beautiful here. i really think yesterday turned out to be an absolutely gorgeous, gorgeous, beautiful day. i can't complain so rosemary, pete. rinse and repeat. absolutely you know, if
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you if you haven't had a chance to maybe take a vacation or getaway, no need. we've got some of the best weather in the country. temperatures will range from the sixties at the coast to eighties in lynn, we've got the mostly cloudy skies this morning, followed by partly cloudy away from the coast. better details on what you can expect for your neighborhood and the week ahead coming up. alright thanks. rosemary was the calendar switches dog is a lot of families are preparing for back to school weeks. tomorrow is the first day of classes in oakland. lets go to ktvu james torres joining us live and has more on one school board member who says there is a lot of work to accomplish in the next few months. james yeah. big year this year. good morning to you, claudine. the exciting part of this back to school year is that well, it's another year of school, so kids get their routine back. they get to go to classrooms again, and they don't have to worry about anything like mask mandates, no covid-19 protocols to worry about for the first time in a long time, but top of mind for some parents, teachers, and even some school staff is still this confrontation that we saw late last week between school
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security and community members over at parker elementary school , according to a district spokesperson. crews there were notified that after months of occupying a building, protesters were no longer inside the building. it was emptpty, so school personnel went in. they changed the locks and set alarms , then at some point, people protesting the closures broke those locks set off. those alarms came face to face with security guards. last year, school board members voted to shut down a number of school buildings. citing a need to save money, they say schools like parker elementary are under enrolled, according to the district's plan, eight more schools are set to close by the end of the year, district five board member mike hutchinson voted against the closures but says a confrontation like what we saw last week shouldn't have happened. we were really close to a major incident and that's never good. and um, you know, i think we have to be able to find more productive ways to move towards a solution even if we're in disagreement. coming up this
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week, the board will have its first regular meeting of the school year. that will happen wednesday night. hutchinson expects much of that conversation to focus on the conflict between security and parents. he says he wants to start an investigation into how that all began starting with holding that security firm accountable. three school board member seats are up for grabs in november's election, washington says what happens then? could determine the future of park elementary and the other eight schools slated to close at the end of this calendar year at the end of this school year, rather live this morning in oakland. i'm james torres. ktvu fox two news. thank you. james fire crews near the california oregon border are slowly gaining some ground on the state's most destructive fire the year that's the mckinney fire. it's now burned nearly 94 square miles that's almost as big as the entire city of sacramento. firefighters now have it at 40% containment. that's up from 30% at this time yesterday for people, though, have died in the fire and mandatory evacuation
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orders do remain in place with more than 1200 people still forced out of their homes and tens of thousands of fish in the klamath river. are dead, and it's because of the mckinney fire, according to the cover tribe dead fish from a number of different species have been found their happy camp, which is about 45 minutes from that california, oregon border, the likely causes large debris flows into the river during the recent thunderstorms. this comes as the fall migration begins for the endangered chinook salmon, which already in trouble due to low water levels in the klamath river in recent years. the cleanup continues after flooding from a burn scar hit the community of mark leave ill. this week. the town is on the other side of sierra south of lake tahoe. a flash flood emergency was issued on wednesday night when a severe storm moved through that area. debris came flooding down from the tamarack fire burn scar area two roads below that fire burned more than 68,000 acres last july , sandbags are out in front of
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businesses along the main road in town, and the road itself is covered in thick mud. and happening today, a rally will be held in support of san francisco's asian american community. they are calling on san francisco political leaders to work with the police department to do more to stop suspected hate crimes targeting elderly asian americans. this follows to violent attacks of older asian americans in the city just during the past week. today's rally begins at 11 30 this morning at washington square park in san francisco's north beach neighborhood. santa rosa police made a number of arrests after parasite shows on friday night. at the first sideshow happened in the area of petaluma hill road and fraser avenue near the fairgrounds. officers say about 20 vehicles were involved with about 60 to 70 spectators, and then the sideshow moved on to fifth and davis streets where chp and the sonoma sheriff helped tow and impound vehicles as the crowd grew there. at one point, police say spectators threw rocks and water bottles at police. nobody, though. was injured and dozens
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of drivers in northern california new safeguards in place to prevent these from going after their catalytic converters within police officers joined forces with the yellow county d. a s office and a car dealership to etch catalytic converters with their owners, vehicle license plate number. etchings can make the auto part easy to match with its owner. that may prevent the part from being stolen in the first place. but that's not the only tweak made to those converters. having the itching, um we're not just are we etching? we also spray paint the catalytic converter with a bright color so that when somebody climbs underneath the car to steal it, they can see that it's been spray painted, which, hopefully we'll let them know that we've also etched it with the license plate number. and maybe it will deter them to go to the next vehicle. thieves are able to steal catalytic converters within minutes and then sell them because they contain three
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very pricey metals. well. today is the final day of the conservative political action conference is happening in texas right now. during that four day conference, former president trump overwhelmingly won and unofficial straw poll as the preferred republican nominee for president. among those who voted, 69% said they prefer to trump 24% said they would choose florida republican governor rhonda santos analysts warned that this poll only represents cpac attendees. and does not represent the broader gop electorate. the straw poll also found that cpac attendees believe california governor gavin newsom will be the democratic presidential candidate in 2024. only 8% of those polls say they think president biden will be on the ballot. the white house has repeatedly said that president biden plans to run for a second term. happening right now. senators debating the inflation reduction act. they've been working through the night. it's all part of a process they call a voter rama. democrats are
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pushing for the bill, which they say will reduce inflation, lower prescription drug costs and flight climate change. republicans however, criticizing the bill, and they say the enhance i r s enforcement in the bill would lead to attack site. let's start. with the bill's title, the inflation reduction act. sounds like a bill that's going to address perhaps the number one problem facing our nation, which is inflation. and then you actually look at the bill's contents. and discover that the bill will do nothing. to reduce inflation. all gop members opposed the bill in order to pass democrats need all 50 of their members to vote yes. final vote is expected later today. the house will take up the bill on friday. alright your time now is 7 38. let's talk about our temperatures today. it's been a pretty mild weekend rosemary. mild weather is going to continue will be very seasonal for this time of year, even running a little bit cool
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for our inland cities. hopefully that puts a smile on your face giving you a live look outside. our doors with the clouds are with us. once again this morning, i looked there at alameda. we'veue sky. we will sd morning late morning re, uh, burn off and then as we get into the afternoon will remain partly sunny. partly cloudy along the coast and mostly clear for the rest of us. here's a view of storm tracker to where it's in the north bay portions of the east bay down to the south bay. we have a live picture of san jose were covered in overcast sky there this morning as well. the onshore breezes fairly weak . we'll take a look at that in just a moment. first, let's check on the number, 61 degrees and san francisco. 35 to start your morning santa rosa 64 in brentwood, 60 san jose relatively mild already outside santa rosa, one of the spots that's cooler this morning, down by seven degrees novato down by five areas within a few degrees of where we started yesterday, when it comes to the breeze out there generally liked conquered reporting. 10 mph napa reporting
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six and fairfield reporting 21 moving through the delta there we continue with just a very weak onshore breeze our afternoon highs for today, 80 degrees in santa rosa. is it just a little bit below average san francisco right on track at 67 seventies in oakland, low eighties expected livermore in 78 for san jose. better look at some of the afternoon highs coming forward today and how long we will continue with this pattern in the extended forecast coming up. thank you, rosemary. next children might be at a higher risk at several health problems after having the coronavirus coming up in our next hour. the post covid symptoms now being seen among children in a recent cdc study. and after the break today is dwight clark day. how the 49ers are celebrating the player famously responsible for the catch. and you can have the morning headlines delivered right to you by signing up for the ktvu newsletter just set on over to ktvu .com/ email to sign up for this daily service will
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49ers legend dwight clark, the wide receiver is going to forever be remembered for the cats, one of the biggest moments ever in bay area sports, and as katie's joe fonzi tells us, dwight clark remained a hero. even after his remarkable nfl career was over. on the seventh day of the eighth month, the 49ers celebrated the last man to wear their red number 87 jersey. the end zone. clark is part of the most iconic moment in 49ers history. since his passing last year, he's become the symbol of something else. the effort to combat ls the disease that took clark's life. attendance at 49ers practice demonstrated what clark continues to mean to this franchise. the sidelines were crowded with 49ers alumni. most of them clark's former teammates . he's helping you knowing that you're trying to take us back.
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but that didn't matter to him because he was a team player. you know, it was all about a brotherhood with him. he felt like this. if you succeed team,0 . i think that's why we good ber receivers dwight, being one of them had to go against our secondary. who was i think we were one of the best secondaries in league history. nfl makes you appreciate the time you have and some of the things that i learned from the white as a player was really important, but i mean, i just miss him as a just always a smile, the embrace no matter what it was. hey, wills. the current generation of 49ers is too young to have a personal memory of the catch. but it's certainly something that's still reverberates throughout the organization to keep it alive first, and then to give dwight the chance in the back of the end zone and really put it in the one only spot you
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could put it. i mean, it's a some once in a lifetime player right there. it's still a little hard to believe that dwight clark is no longer with us. but even if you're not old enough to remember the catch today was a reminder how important that moment and that guy are to this organization. in santa clara joe fonzi ktvu fox two. thank you, joe. and by the way, joe was in the end zone for the catch interview. slow it down. you can see him and his photographer right there. with the dodgers no longer in town, the giants finally found a team they could beat. all they had to do was across the bay bridge. andime ace broadcaster monte more was in the booth at the coliseum yesterday to present the second award that bears his name to the family of fellow longtime aides. broadcaster that would be ray fosse. fosse died this past october and is commemorated on both the stadium wall and by the fans in the stands and look at that, jonathan dominga. the dub throwing out the first pitch. as
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for the game, it was homer's r us. joey barton loads of bomb here in the 7th and 9th of the year. way to jd davis also homered. giants beat the a 7 to 3. the two teams will close out the bay bridge series at 107 at the coliseum today. the pro football hall of fame has eight new members and three of them. have big bay area connections. brian young was a first round draft pick on the 49ers and 94 san francisco's last winning super bowl season, young spend all 14 of his nfl season in a 49ers uniform, and it was a four time pro bowler. he was also the comeback player of the year and 99. this may have been one of young's greatest football moments yesterday, but his thoughts were about one of his children he lost four years ago. on october 11th 2016 god called kobe home. kobe. you live on and
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i parts. we'll always speak your name. quite a day. the other two players were cliff branch branch played his entire 14 year career with the raiders. he was a member of all three of the raiders super bowl title teams branch, died three years ago and was represented by his sister and #### for meal was born and raised in calistoga coasted colleges san mateo, napa, j. c and stanford before moving on to the nfl. where he won a super bowl with the st louis rams. he 85 years old and still bringing for meals so quite a day in canton, ohio. absolutely alright , 7 48 quite a day here in the bay area when you take a look at our weather. i mean, i don't i know everyone has different preferences for the weather. what this one is pretty good and
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meeting a lot of people's preferences. i would say it might be a lot of little cool by the coast. a little warm inland, but really all in all. all it just, you know hard to gripe about this weather and hopefully you are enjoying it because you know what? it's not going away anytime soon. how about a live look there over the golden gate park as well as ocean beach where we do have low clouds little bit of patchy drizzle, joining us once again this morning as we get into the afternoon will call for partly sunny skies along the coast. mostly sunny for the rest stormtrooper too. they're showing you some of that cloud cover filled them during the overnight hours and early this morning. and it's fairly widespread once again into the north bay east space. south bay pullback here some just a bit. we've got that low off the coastline. we've got high pressure to the east of us, and it's only shifting ever so subtly day after day, and we continue with just this very nice weather day after day. here's a look at the future cast model mid morning late morning we do begin to see those clouds the road we have some inside the
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bay looks like till about noon time. one o'clock before. finally it clears out and again. there's look at the start of your afternoon with the mix of sun and clouds along the coast, mostly sunny for the rest of us in those clouds begin to reform. and move back across the bay. it looks like by sunset. so that's what you can expect for your evening hours. here's a look at the san francisco right now. 61 degrees 60 in naba low sixties and walnut creek, as well as san jose, one of the cooler spots this morning, santa rosa into the afternoon low sixties at the coast seventy's around the bay 73 for hayward, 78 redwood city. for the inner east bay. some of our warmer locations. today you'll go to 86 anti aachen into the north bay 79 expected for napa beautiful weather there to be out and about and maybe some wine tasting. how about outside lands? it's going to be partly sunny. partly cloudy will go with 60 degrees at noontime sixties, expected in the afternoon and then cooling back again getting closer to sunset right about 58 degrees with a mix of sun and clouds your extended forecast. temperatures.
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are going to remain in place. monday tuesday sixties at the coast low seventies around the bay upper eighties inland, slightly warmer on wednesday, right now, thursday, looks to be the warmest day of the next several when our inland communities reach into the low nineties, back to you. thank you. rosemary young boys scam that eliminates stand he was using to raise money for ukraine coming up. we'll explain what happened, and here the child's message to the crooks. and still to come on mornings on two at eight. california's three year long drought is taking its toll. we're going to take a look at lake shasta and how the low water level there is even having an impact her
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this morning as at least three rockets are fired at israel from gaza. israel says at least two of the rockets were intercepted and destroyed before hitting the ground. israeli experts say the rockets were launched by palestinians seeking revenge for the separate deaths of islamic jihad leaders yesterday and on friday. both sides say the violence is the most intense since an 11 day war last year. and tensions between china and the us continue to ramp up following pelosi just after pelosi left taiwan last week, china began a series of military maneuvers. taiwan reports that china sent 14 warships and 20 warplanes
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through what looked like a rehearsal for an attack yesterday. and that included some maneuvers that crossed the median line between taiwan and china. us secretary of state, antony blinken was in the philippines and talked about the impact happens in the taiwan strait affects the entire region. in many ways it affects the entire world because the straight like the south china sea. is a critical waterway. china announced that since pelosi's visit, it has cut off communications with the us over topics including the military and climate policies. china has also issued unspecified sanctions against pelosi and her family. time now is 7 55. but young washington state boy has gone into business for himself, but he's also learning some difficult life lessons. alejandra guzman reports. he's becoming more wary of people who think only about themselves. behind this lemonade stand selling cotton candy, popcorn
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and some sodas you'll find 12 year old jeremy. new put some sugar slash sugar, hard work, sweat, sugar, smiles and tons of sticky fingers to keep jeremy's making thriving like. to make like something special. something new, like super sweet and something like watching very good lemonade stand missing from his usual spot the intersection of broadway in beverly and everette after one particular incident three weeks ago, when he says two men approached him they like got so much stuff. anl for a lot of stuff. like worth $20 and gave them $80 in change before realizing it was a fake. jeremy says he was excited to have a big sale, trusting his customers. he didn't think twice until he looked closer at the
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bill was like the texture doesn't feel good, and it kind of feels like it's something is not wrong with this, uh, money. he quickly walked over to the gas station and ask the clerk to check it for him. not real small entrepreneur was ripped off very disappointed and like very. sad money. he'd been saving up for two things, uh, vending machine to expand his business and his homeland. save it like for some people in ukraine. the young businessman loves youtube and has his own channel. fortunately for him, he got the suspects on camera images he shared with everett's police department. jeremy just has one message for them. stop. scamming like kids. look at your future. very gonna end up kids is trust in you. as you are adult. it should be example for them as jeremy shakes the uneasy feeling trying to put this behind him. he's learned a lesson or two. he's
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only taking small bills and checking them twice. a life lesson to be sure. wow. well, a 15 year old soccer player in texas got a gift that he says will give him more speed on the field. joseph alvarado has a brand new prosthetic leg made for running. it happened through a grant program funded by a partnership between the challenge athletes foundation and the prosthetic company. oh, sir. it's really hard to describe to someone that doesn't want to prosthetic like what the impact is and how it feels. but in the simplest terms, it's like i went from walking uphill my whole life to all of a sudden walking on flat ground, and i didn't realize it until i switched over to the carbon feet. this special type of prosthetic design for running costs between 30 and $40,000. brown received his for no charge. well, new kind of tattoo could soon be a lifesaver in medical science. researchers in south korea have developed a
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groundbreaking new health monitoring device that uses electric tattoos. they can't alert doctors about possible heart problems or other serious medical issues. now the ink for those electronic tattoos is noninvasive. it does not require a needle to be implanted beneath the skin like a traditional tattoo. okay california, home of one of the world's most popular children's authors is on the market. dr seuss's home in la hoya and southern california is up for sale. the 5000 square foot estate sits right above the coastline was stunning views and even has some of the authors. most popular works all throughout the house. you could see some of them on the front door earlier. i think it was the cat in the hat. there it is. dr seuss, whose real name is theodore geisel, moved to the home back in 1948 and also completed a lot of his famous books there, the house will be auctioned off blindly on august 17th with an asking price just under $19 million. we have to
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make changes now to save lives. san francisco's new district attorney is promising. a big change will tell you how she's targeting the city's open air drug markets, plus a race to get vaccinated as thousands of monkey pox vaccines are headed for the bay area. why local experts say they are already expecting some problems, plus many children around the bay area getting ready for back to school. we're going to live in oakland with what to expect, as the oakland school district prepares for the first day of school tomorrow. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto. good morning to you a second. but look at that weight lake tahoe this morning of south lake tahoe to be specific and blue sky blue water. we've peaked in there, you know, over the last a few weeks or so. and sometimes it's been really cloudy and gray. but right today, go do it perfect. so if you are thinking about heading up to tahoe today is a good day to do that. welcome mornings onto on this
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sunday, august 7th time clotting wong everyone. i'm frank malaka . let's get you outside here in the bay area, talked a little weather with rosemary and we've got a bit of a cloudy start. i guess. right clouds out there a little bit of patchy drizzle temperatures running very similar to yesterday morning as well as that on shore breeze. we will continue into the afternoon with partly sunny skies at the coast, mostly sunny for the rest of us and temperatures, very seasonal, even a tad cool for this time of year better. details on what you can expect for your neighborhood for today and the week ahead, coming up. alright, thanks. rosemary happened today. san francisco's largest outdoor music festival is wrapping up in golden gate park rapper post. malone is going to take center stage to close out outside lands tonight . the popular rock band from berkeley green day was the headline act last night 225,000 music fans from across the country are attending this three day music festival. there are no public health requirements for the first time since the start of the pandemic, but those intending any indoor events are
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being encouraged to wear masks due to concerns about covid-19 and monkey pox. well students in the oakland unified school district all head back to classrooms tomorrow morning bright and early, but some parents and teachers alike are more focused on the school district's plan to close several school buildings. ktvu is james torres joins us live in oakland explains why one school board member says there's a lot of work to get done in the coming months. frank. tomorrow is the first bell of the new academic school year in oakland. and as we enter this new school year, some are still reacting to some of that video we saw late last week it's showing some confrontation between school security guards and parents at parker elementary school, according to a district spokesperson. crews were notified at the school building was empty, following months of protesters occupying the building. school personnel went in. they changed the locks. they set alarms and at some point people protesting the school closures broke off those locks set off the alarms and came face
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to face with security guards. last year, the oakland unified school district voted to shut down a number of campus buildings, citing a need to save money. they say schools like parker elementary or under enrolled. according to the district's plan, eight more schools are set to close by the end of this school year, board member mike hutchinson says the next few months will be spent trying to fight that. that community that surrounds parker elementary in east oakland needs to have a public school in the neighborhood. so this is going to, um continue, and we will continue to fight to guarantee that we have quality schools in our neighborhoods. three school board member seats are up for election in november, hutchinson says. what happens then could determine the future of parker elementary and the other eight schools coming up this week, the board will have its first regular meeting of the school year. hutchinson says he expects much of that conversation to focus on the conflict between security and parents, which will include a call for an
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investigation into how that conflict started. that meeting will happen wednesday night. this morning in oakland. i'm james torres, ktvu fox two news. classes begin in some schools in sonoma county this week as well. last week, the sonoma county office of education began handing out 160,000 rapid covid test two schools in the region. the goal is to encourage students, teachers and staff to get tested before the first day of school, which is on wednesday and thursday. 17,000 of those tests are going to santa rosa city schools alone sonoma county's largest district. and we're in counties. three largest transit agencies have no plans to reinstate mask mandates, at least for now, the county's public health agency says. we're in is currently experiencing its longest period of high covid-19 transmissions since the start of the pandemic, but hospitalizations are about half the rate of what they were in january and right now only 13 people countywide are hospitalized for covid. smart marin transit and the golden gate bridge district are only recommending that they're writers wear masks. at this point. there are no immediate
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plans to bring back the mask mandate that began in 2020 and ended in april. so for your time, children might be at a higher risk of heart problems and diabetes after being infected with covid. that's according to a c. d. c s latest study researchers. they also found other conditions like blood clots and kidney failures . they looked at the health records of nearly 800,000 children who had covid from march 1st 2022 january 1st of this year and they compared those records. to 2.8 million children not infected with the virus over the same period, and researchers say the conditions are rare among children and the best prevention strategy is getting a vaccination. we're following developing news for you this morning. at least nine people have been wounded in an overnight shooting and cincinnati, ohio, and we just received this video a short time ago. police said. the gunfire erupted earlier this morning outside of a bar in the downtown area. witnesses say at least one shooter fired several shots in a
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large crowd early reports indicating that all of the people who were wounded suffered some minor injuries. so far, there's no word on what led up to that shooting. and no word on any arrests. thousands of monkey pox vaccines are on their way. right here to the bay area. we know 10,000 doses. monkey pox vaccines have been allocated to san francisco, but one infectious disease specialist tells us those doses won't even come close to meeting the number that the bay area needs right now. while the shipment will help dr monica gandhi estimates they will need two million doses in the country. to stop the outbreak. our staff is already overburdened with monkeypox at the moment because the testing is actually extremely cumbersome . i am worried that in the fall it's going to be really busy because we really have to think about the americans specific booster and getting monkeypox out to gay men in the united states. of the more than 28,000 cases worldwide. the vast majority infected so far are gay men largely spread by direct
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contact. dr gandhi is urging those that high risk to take precautions. the vaccine clinic at sf general will be open on tuesday. kaiser ucsf and sutter are taking appointments and you go to the web links section of our website to find out how to track down the vaccine in your o information about symptoms prevention and treatment.cisco's going after drug dealers with a new plan. jenkins also says she wants to revoke more than 30 plea deals that were already in the works. ktvu is christien kafton report on any given day on the streets of san francisco dealers peddle illegal drugs day and night now, district attorney brooke jenkins says her office will break with her predecessor. and crack down on dealers. the change is about ensuring that we are not cycling, some of the most dangerous offenders back out there onto the streets without disrupting their business practice of selling lethal drugs
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, says dealers arrested with more than five g of drugs would no longer be eligible to be tried in community justice court court designed to get to the underlying issues that led a defendant to be arrested and will consider charging enhancements for drug dealers within 1000 ft. of schools. the d. a also revoked more than 30 open plea offers that were negotiated by prosecutors under chasing boudin offers. that were given in cases that were involving egregious amounts. a fentanyl that was possessed for sale and people who had numerous open cases. san francisco supervisor matt dorsey, who represents the south of market area, says he welcomes the change in policy to address the drug crisis in the city. this is a public health crisis that we have to address and public safety is a part of it, and prosecutions are part of it. i think too much and for too long we have taken a permissive approach. two. drug dealing and open air drug scenes from the tenderloin housing clinic, says
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he's encouraged to hear about the changes, and it's already seeing a change on some of the city's most impacted neighborhoods. obviously what she's doing is essential and we finally have a d a committed but i have to say that the police have to make more arrests. police have to break up the drug scenes and has been very supportive of that. and i just said just right. like five minutes ago, i saw more police walking up high street and i've seen in two years in san francisco, christien kafton ktvu. box two news. san francisco's public defender, releasing a statement saying, in part if the d a. jenkins truly wants to address the issue facing our city, she should not be relying on outdated and politically expedient soundbites about harsher enforcement 50 years of evidence from the war on drugs have shown that these punitive practices have not prevented recidivism. nor improved community health. and safety. right time. now is eight. oh, nine. let's talk about our weather and how our sunday is shaping up. good morning, rosemary. morning, claudia. frank we've got another
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beautiful day coming our way. if you are going to be out in joy ng your temperatures are for the afternoon sixties at the coast seventy's around the bay and eighties expected inland giving you a look here a over? i think it's the east bay where we do have the clouds north by east bay down to the south bay. obviously along the coastline and inside the bay this morning with some patchy drizzle out there is well, here's a view storm tracker to we are going to see these clouds erode all the way back to the coastline for the afternoon. today will go partly sunny at the coast, mostly sunny for the rest of us temperatures. very seasonal for this time of year very similar to yesterday. even our inland cities will be a little bit below the average. i'll show you that here in just a moment. let's take a look at the current conditions. we have 62 degrees in san francisco upper fifties over santa rosa. low sixties livermore upper sixties over brentwood. so a nice start to the morning temperatures are within a few degrees of where we started yesterday. for most santa rosa, you are notably cooler down by six, down by three and napa down by three and
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fairfield in the onshore breeze through fairfield right now. 26 mph, so we haven't lost that breeze completely which is great . conquered at eight mph napa right now reporting 10 as we get into the afternoon again, you're going to notice these clouds begin to pull back by about 11 o'clock or so but still inside the bay so we'll go mostly sunny for our north bay, east bay, south bay, even over areas of santa cruz beginning to see some of that pull back. but just inside the bay, san francisco, parts of the peninsula will remain. it looks like partly sunny. mostly cloudy until about noon time. one o'clock so mid morning late morning, bernoff will go partly cloudy at the coast the entire day as we get into the evening hours, those clouds back along the coast moving inside the bay and the afternoon highs for today. san francisco oakland, right where you should be livermore a little bit cool for this time of year 83 as well as santa rosa coming in at 80 and san jose, you're going to 78 for the afternoon. if you like this kind of weather well, we have more to come. as we start the business week. we
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eventually will get into some warmer weather. better details in the extended forecast after the break. thank you. rosemary up. next. health officials want kids and pets to stay away from the water in oakland's lake merritt, we're going to tell you why coming up, but first i'm mark saber at lake shasta, where the lake is down more than 100. ft will show you the drought from the perspective of california's largest reservoir for years, california's non-gaming tribes have been left in the dust.
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wealthy tribes with big casinos make billions, while small tribes struggle in poverty. prop 27 is a game changer. 27 taxes and regulates online sports betting to fund permanent solution to homelessness. while helping every tribe in california. so who's attacking prop 27? wealthy casino tribes who want all the money for themselves support small tribes, address homelessness. vote yes on 27.
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about the drought with a look at the dire situation at california's largest reservoir lake shasta, just outside of redding, provides what are not only to farmers in the central valley but also to several regional bay area water systems . ktvu is mark sayers saw firsthand how the drought has taken a big toll on the lakes dwindling water level. this year were 124 ft. down. which is a significant loss of a lot of storage. no matter where you look at, like shasta, you can see the dramatic bathtub ring bright orange soil, contrasting with the blue water and the green tree line. it is a visual reminder of the severity of california's drought and one not seen on a day to day basis in places like the bay area, but for those who work and live it like shasta, it serves as a daily warning the past three years. it's been really, really dreadful to see every these days having zero rainfall throughout the since don bader manages the northern california region for
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the u. s bureau of reclamation, which controls the water supply flowing downstream. we spoke to him standing on top of shasta dam. why are we that below? well we just went through the worst three years consecutive years. for lack of rainfall. first three years of drought. we've had up here since the stems from the belt right now, like shasta is about 124 ft below its maximum level and take a look at this. this is an original construction tower from when this dam was built in the 19 forties. it begins to be visible when the lake drops about 90 ft . below its maximum level. everybody starts to feel the pinch when they start realizing that they're not going to get the normal amount of water that they normally do. unlike other reservoirs that depend on snow runoff about 90% of the water flowing into lake shasta comes directly from pure rainfall. the ongoing drought means farmers in the central valley have now been cut back to just 18% of the water they would get in a normal year. less water also means less electricity is generated from
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the five massive generator turbines at the base of the dam , and some, like water must be held back so it can be sent down the sacramento river seen here at the sundial bridge and reading so that migrating salmon can survive. drought is also impacting tourism, a key driver of the local economy. we're standing underneath the light. does this bring the drought home for you? absolutely fathomable to be this deep in the water that i used to believe. you know, it was so high. christopher fairmont from pittsburgh and his friends from the bay area have come out houseboating here for the past decade, they say seeing is believing for those that don't leave the bay area. they're not going to see this. at the holiday harbor marina workers must actually pushed the docks out into the receding lake in order to keep their business running. normally we're back up in our cove, but due to local low lake levels, we do move our docs out. it takes about two weeks to move them out. and what is happening here at lake shasta
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also directly impacts water policy in the bay area, such as watering restrictions and drought surcharges on your bill conservation. is a new way of life. santa clara valley water district board chair john varela says the district imports about 40% of its water from outside sources. one of them being like shasta. dependent on water that we import, which is less than we've received in the past because of the drought, but there is a bright side shasta can fill up after just one good year of rainfall. it was last completely full in 2019, and despite some adjustments, the lake is still open to all. we've rebounded from this from this before and here on the lake, even though it's down. there's tons of water out here for people to recreation and risky and vacation, the main message from the locals here conserve water if you can. if you can serve water. it helps all of california just like shasta reporting from lake shasta. mark sayer, ktvu fox two news. and as
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we continue to examine the drought's impact on our community and the response to the water crisis, you can go to our website for more content. just head to ktvu .com slash drought. well we can only hope that we have a rainy winter. but boy, it's been slim pickings the last three years, huh? yes and as we know, i mean, we're still months out right late october, sometimes early november. let's let's go for late october. try for that. outside our doors at this hour, just some very enjoyable weather that will continue in the coming days. now that's no excuse to not get out and enjoy today. make sure you get out and enjoy some of that sunshine along the coastline. if you like the low clouds we do expect to have those clouds remaining along the coast for today, with temperatures in the sixties. here's the view over san francisco. but we do have partly sunny. partly cloudy skies rolling through your afternoon a storm tracker to hear three hour time lapse and you can see those clouds beginning to road just a little bit in the inner east bay, inner
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north bay as well as the south bay going to see the blue sky first and then around the bay. it could take late morning early afternoon. i'm thinking late morning, but right now we do have low clouds a little bit of patchy drizzle. we continue with the low off the coastline here continue with high pressure to the east of us, and we are just nestled right in between with very seasonal weather for this time of year, not seeing that monsoonal moisture come our way in the coming days, even like tahoe, starting out with blue skies as the sierra looks good for today, as well. the feature cast along the coast, maybe some patchy joe cell out there this morning by about 10 11 o'clock most areas inland, enjoying the sunshine, but it could take a little while before it comes from the bay. we will continue with the partly sunny conditions. looks like san francisco are east bay shore from areas near richmond, oakland, alameda, san leandro over towards freemont could be a little bit of a slow clear for you there. but then into the afternoon, partly sunny areas over pacific and half moon bay
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looks like our self facing beaches over the north bank when you get in on that, sunshine, so stinson beach, you're looking blue sky as well as areas over santa cruz capitola. inside the bay or inland cities, enjoying some of that warmer weather today with your numbers going into the eighties and then as we get into the evening hours by about sunset, if you do have an outdoor plans, maybe dinner, we will see those low clouds redevelop and move back across the bay temperatures right now. 62 degrees in san francisco upper fifties to start your morning, santa rosa, one of the cooler spots this morning. he got up early sixties already in brentwood and 64 over san jose. a good day to see a ballgame. we've got asian giants this afternoon. partly sunny conditions at 70 degrees expected with the west breeze 15 mph at game time, 107. so that's some pretty fabulous weather for and being in the stands. make sure you have the sun block and the water. 72 will be the afternoon high for oakland. meanwhile in the north bay, a warm 80 degrees for san rafael upper sixties san francisco seventies along the peninsula there 78 in redwood city and for
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our south by 78 expected in san jose, your extended forecast monday tuesday little change morning clouds afternoon sun temperatures right about average , even a little cool for inland cities for this time of year, but then we get into some warmer weather on wednesday, a few degrees expected there and the warmest day of the next. several will be on thursday, mid sixties at the coast upper seventies around the bay alot nineties expected for our inland cities, claudia okay? thanks rosemary today is dwight clark day coming up in the nine o'clock hour. we're going to speak live with a local sports writer to talk about that catch that how it plays into niners history and look ahead in the coming season , but first volcano experts from around the world keeping a close watch on a specific volcano coming up what's happened in
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mountain has been one of the the world. for several years, it's been quietly building an activity for the past 10 years. kilauea has a long history of alternating between collapsing and refilling the collapse of the creative floor. back in 2018 was one of the largest in centuries, and it has been refilling since then. both with overflows and with pressure underneath that pushes the crater floor closer to the lip of the volcano. experts do believe that that eruption is going to remain confined to the volcano crater for at least the short term future. incredible footage there in eastern kentucky, where devastating floods hit many communities cleanup as well underway and survivors are finding what's left of a place they used to call home. this isn't water plan on during my retirement. i plan on baby with the like, man. it's been a week since water poured through towns, the rivers and creeks are receding now showing
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just how much damage was done, but people are trying to remain optimistic as they watch neighbors helping neighbors and the local football team, putting its muscle to work shoveling mud and dump it away from homes and businesses. this is a very poor community, and i hate to say that but they come together as you can see, there's a dozers excavators. there's backhoes. there's people all around hard enough and altogether and just keep our minds to. i think we'll be able to build back. some people say they may never recover well, one person is dead. dozens have been injured. several firefighters still missing. this is following a massive fire eruption and a cuban oil storage facility. look at the raging fire. some of that dense black smoke that's pouring out of a supertanker based there the fire has caused four explosions at least. 121 people have been injured. 17 firefighters are still missing.
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one body was recovered late last night, authorities say a lightning strike from a friday thunderstorm started that massive fire. firefighters are gaining ground on the mckinney fire that's burning near the oregon border. but coming up we'll tell you about another fire burning to the west that is now threatening thousands of homes and we're keeping a watchful eye on the senate floor this morning, the progress made by democrats as they pushed it past the inflation reduction bill and all the pushback by republicans more on that when we come back
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i was born a people to stay away from the water and lake merritt. we're going to tell you about the recent discovery that's prompting that warning. plus senators are voting at this very minute on the inflation reduction act after debatg live pictures of that vote that's going on hope to have the outcome shortly. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto good morning, pai area. if you're looking out your window and you live in san francisco or parts of the coastline, you're probably saying, uh, great start . if you're inland, you probably got some blue sky. it's kind of that pattern we bit in, and more of the same is on its way. but happy sunday. good to have you here at 8 30. i'm frank
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mallicoat claudine wang. let's talk about our weather. a little gray start, but i feel like this eases us into our sunday morning, rosemary. you just double time. yeah another cup of coffee. slowly get into your day . take it a little slow by about noon time. ready for some, uh, brunch. maybe love? yeah mimosa . at home. most did. we will have a sunshine for the afternoon. at least away from the coastline for the coast is going us will have that clearing and temperatures very nice. once again sixties at the coast to eighties inland, a little bit of patchy drizzle. out there, joining us as well. better details on the current conditions, plus what you can expect for the rest of today. coming up. alright thanks. rosemary happening today a rally is going to be held in support of san francisco's asian american community. they are calling on francisco political leaders to work with the police department to do more to stop suspected hate crimes that target elderly asian americans
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and this follows to violent attacks of older asian americans in the city just during the past week. today's rally begins at 11 30 this morning at washington square park in san francisco's north beach neighborhood. and some bay area schools are already in session, but most are heading back to school starting this week, and next. oakland schools start classes tomorrow, while students are thinking about classes and new teachers, parents and the school board are focusing on a face off between protesters occupying parker elementary school and school security workers. that's all happened last week. parker is one of the schools of the school board voted to shut down with eight more scheduled to close soon. school board member mike hutchinson voted against the closure. but he says last week's confrontation should never have happened. we were really close to a major incident and that's never good. and um, you know, i think we have to be able to find more productive ways to move towards a solution even if we're in disagreement. the school
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board is going to have its regular meeting of the academic year later this week, and ktvu james torres, we'll have more on what the hot topics are expected to be, and that is coming up in our next half hour. santa rosa police made a number of arrests after a parasite shows this happened friday night. the first sideshow happened in an area of petaluma hill road and fraser avenue near the fairgrounds. officers say about 20 vehicles were involved with about 60 to 70 spectators on hand. and then that sideshow moved to fifth and davis streets where chp and that its sonoma sheriff help tell and impound vehicles as that crowd got bigger. at one point, police say spectators threw rocks and water bottles at the police. fortunately nobody was injured and dozens of drivers in northern california have new safeguards in place to prevent thieves for going after their catalytic converters with them. police officers joining forces with the yellow county d a s office and a car dealership catalytic converters with the owner's vehicle license plate
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number at chains can make the auto part much easier to match up with the owner if it's stolen, and that may prevent apart from being stolen in the first place, but that's not the only tweak made two converters. having the etching, um we not just are we catching. we also spray paint the catalytic converter with a bright color, so that when somebody climbs underneath the car to steal it, they can see that it's been spray painted, which, hopefully we'll let them know that we've also etched it with the license plate number. and maybe it will deter them to go to the next vehicle. thieves are able to steal those converters within minutes and then sell them because they contain three very pricey medals. today is the final day of the conservative political action conference that is happening in texas right now . during that four day conference, former president trump overwhelmingly won an unofficial straw poll as the preferred republican nominee for president now among those who voted, 69% said they preferred
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trump. 24% said they would choose florida republican governor rhonda santos analysts warning that this poll does only represents cpac attendees and does not represent the broader gop electorate. the straw poll also found that cpac attendees believe california governor gavin newsom will be the democratic presidential candidate in 2020, for only 8% of those polls say they think president biden will be on that ballot. the white house has repeatedly said that president biden plans to run for a second term. happening right now. the u. s senate is finally voting is the democrats plan to tackle climate change, bring down health care costs and raise taxes on large corporation. the inflation reduction act debate has been going on for the past 12 hours in the weekend session that's been dubbed vote a rama into the wee hours of the night. yesterday the senate approved the measure in a test vote. that advance the legislation on a party line vote of 51 to 50 republicans were opposed, and
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the vice president kamala harris , broke the tie. many republicans say this measure will lead to a massive tax increase. start. with the bill's title, the inflation reduction act. sounds like a bill that's going to address perhaps the number one problem facing our nation, which is inflation. and then you actually look at the bill's contents. and discover that the bill do nothing. introduce inflation. final senate vote is going on right now. if it does pass, the house will take up the bill on friday. fire crews near the california oregon border have slowed the progress of the state's most destructive fire the year that would be the mckinney fires now burned more than 94 square miles. that's almost as big as the entire city of sacramento, and firefighters have kept it at 40% containment for people have died in that fire and mandatory evacuation orders do remain in place with more than 1200 people
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that have been forced from their homes. tens of thousands of fish in the klamath river are dead, and it's because of that mckinney fire according to the cover tribe, dead fish from a number of different species have been found near happy camp, which is about 45 minutes from the california oregon border. the likely causes large debris flows into the river. during a recent thunderstorm. this comes as the fall migration begins for the endangered chinook salmon, which is already in trouble due to a low water levels in the klamath river in the recent years. well, the yeti complex fire continues to burn just 20 miles west of the mckinney fire the latest numbers showing that it is now grown to more than 7700 acres. it's just 10% contained. one homeowner took the cell phone video of the huge smoke that was coming from that fire that fire ignited by lightning nine days ago. the flames are still threatening thousands of homes. however hundreds of people who were told to evacuate are now being
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allowed back into their homes. and the cleanup continues after flooding from a burn scar hit the community of mark leave ill. this week. that town is on the other side of sarah, south of lake tahoe, and a flash flood emergency was issued on wednesday night when a severe storm moved through that area. debris came flooding down from the tamarack fire. burn scar area. two roads below that fire burned more than 68,000 acres last july. well sandbags are out in front of businesses along that main road in town, and the road itself is covered in thick mud. public health experts for the city of oakland are now telling the public to avoid coming in contact with the water in lake merritt, and they are advising everyone to keep their children and their pets away from what may be a bloom of harmful algae in the lake. oakland public works department first identified contaminants associated with the low level of harmful edge algae. in the water of lake merritt that was back in may and the latest inspection on friday has now led to that
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public warning. all right. time. now is 8 38. let's talk about our weather and how this sunday is shaping up a mild weekend we've been having this weekend rosemary oroczo ingi oy get outdoors. don't forget the sunblock. we will have sunshine out there as we get into the noon hour, one o'clock or so, and temperatures are going to be very, very seasonal for this time of year 60 seventies eighties and not beyond that. here's a look across the bay towards the golden gate where we do you have the clouds a little bit of patchy drizzle once again this morning and a view from up above where those clouds are beginning to erode from our inland cities. it's going to take a little while for our basic communities could take all the way into about lunchtime and as well as san francisco, and then along the coastline will continue with partly cloudy skies from areas near ocean beach through half moon bay. a lot of our south facing beaches from the north bay, down through capital in santa cruz expected to see some sunshine today. 62
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degrees a in san francisco, we have low sixties and napa low sixties to start your day in walnut creek upper sixties for brentwood and 64 over san jose, and you can see here from the 25 or temperature change. we feel a lot like yesterday. santa rosa, six degrees cooler. see may feel a little difference. palo alto down by foremost within a degree or two in the onshore breeze through fairfield right now. sustained at 26 mph. we have napa reporting 10 conquered reporting 10. so mostly cloudy a little bit of package result. the winds are generally light. it's a very quiet start to our sunday morning. here's a look at the future cast when it comes to the cloud cover again until about noon time or so it will finally move from the bay. and then as we get into the afternoon, there's a look at what we're expecting a little bit of cloud cover ride in here down along the san mateo county coastline, but areas near bodega based in some beach even point raised may get some sunshine there. capitola santa cruz. you're looking good with mostly
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sunny skies for the afternoon and take a look at the color coding when it comes to the temperatures sixties along the coast, seventy's inside the bay and inland cities into the eighties, that shade of red, indicating nineties well into the sacramento valley 67 for san francisco today 80 int bay shorr you, hayward for the inner east, based some of our warmer spots mid eighties and conquered and for the south bay 86 in morgan hill. here's a look at your extended forecast where we're not going to see much change. over the next few days. we will get into some warmer weather, though better details coming up in just a little bit. thank you. rosemary up next president biden breaking his isolation this morning where he's going as he finally steps out of the white house covid fruit. plus, we've been telling you about the special dwight clark day today after the break, we'll show you how that iconic catch shaped the 49ers franchise as we know it.
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it's first preseason game against the green bay packers on friday night at levi stadium, and today the team is going to honor 49ers legend dwight clark , the wide receiver will forever be remembered for the catch, which was one of the biggest moments ever in bay area sports and as ktvu joe fonzi tells us, dwight clark has remained a hero. even after his remarkable nfl career was over. on the seventh day of the eighth month , the 49ers celebrated the last man to wear their red number 87 jersey. the end zone. clark is part of the most iconic moment in 49ers history. since his
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passing the disease that took at 49ers prace demonstrated what clark continues franchise. the sidelines were crowded with 49ers alumni. most of them clark's former teammates. he's helping you knowing that you're trying to take his back. but that didn't matter to him because he was a team player. you know, it was all about a brotherhood with him. he felt like this. if you succeed, team succeeds, he succeeds. it helped me for 10 years. i think that's why we were so good because our receivers dwight, being one of them had to go against our secondary. who was i think we were one of the best secondaries in league history. nfl makes you appreciate the time you have and some of the things that i learned from the white as a player was really important, but i mean, i just miss him as a
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just always a smile embrace no matter what it was. hey, wills. the current generation of 49ers is too young to have a personal memory of the catch, but it's certainly something that still reverberates throughout the organization for joe to keep it alive first, and then to give dwight the chance in the back of the end zone really put it in the one only spot. you could put it. i mean, it's aeve that dwigo longer with us. but even if you're not old enough to remember the catch today was a reminder. how important that moment and that guy are to this organization. in santa clara joe fonzi ktvu fox two. to baseball. now with the dodgers no longer in town, the giants finally found a team they could be. they only had to cross the bay bridge. longtime aides broadcaster money more was in the booth at the coliseum yesterday to present the second award that bears his name to the family of fellow longtime aides
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. broadcaster ray fosse. fosse died this past october of cancer is commemorated on both the stadium wall. and by the fans in the stands and the warriors, jonathan commingle, how about that throwing out the first pitch and that was a strike. it was homer's r us in this game. how about joey barton? loading a bomb here in the seventh is ninth of the year wait and jd davis also homers. giants beat the a 7 to 32 teams will close out the bay bridge series at 107. at the coliseum later today , pro football hall of fame has a brand new members, and three of them had bay area connections to the bay area. brian young was the first round pick of the niners back in 94. san francisco's last winning super bowl season. young spent all 14 of his nfl seasons in a 49ers uniform and was a four time pro bowler. it was also comeback player of the year in 1999 recer the raiders and #### for meal.
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beloved nfl coach won a super bowl with the st louis rams and out of calistoga also got the call to the hall. we're going to talk, all things sports and much more on dwight clark and what he means to the 49ers franchise coming up in about an hour. we're going to talk to joe schatsky from 95 7 the game looking forward to that conversation. always fun to chat. energy yes, he wakes up rosemary oroczo. roast to be so lucky. yeah good morning. to both of you. yes we are off to a slow start this morning and the permission they're given by mother nature as the low clouds and the drizzle out there this morning as well as a week, onshore breeze. but these clouds are going to part and we are going to have mostly sunny skies away from the coastline today and i say it's a good outdoor kind of day. here's a live look from ktvu across the oakland estuary towards san francisco. a little bit of patchy drizzle again. here's a view of storm tracker two and three hour time
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lapse, so it filled in pretty good during the overnight hours in this morning, but it's already beginning to pull back and erode and with that temperatures will finally begin to climb. we know when we're kind of stuck under the overcast sky. our temperature is struggling hard for them to come up just a bit. here's a look at the storm tracker to where we do have a low off the coastline here. high pressure to the east of us foreign of east not bringing that monsoonal moisture to california at least not for the next 24 hours or so that could change as we get into the coming days as we are just stuck in this pattern, but here's a look at the future cast. here's a look at where we are right now this morning along the coastline and inside the bay. we've got the cloud cover by about noon. time or so were partly cloudy at the coast were mostly sunny for the rest of us. you can see areas near our pacifica, maybe ocean beach a half moon by kind of sucked in pretty good, but some of our south facing beaches for the north bay as well as areas over monterey going to see some sunshine. if you are thinking about heading to the beach, those will be the best
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places to go. if you're looking for the sunny skies, and then as we get into monday morning, and near repeat with the low clouds pulling back to the coast as we get into the afternoon. i wan to show you all the way into tuesday because that's when we're saying that possibility of some monsoonal moisture back over the sierra. but for today, tomorrow if you're thinking ted to head to tahoe, you've got some good weather there and we don't have the threat of thunderstorms. temperature wise here at home. sunny skies over brentwood in brentwood is rebounding there 70 degrees at this hour. meanwhile san francisco has been stuck in the low sixties all morning long with the clouds in place 61 in nevada and for our south bay, 64 over san jose for your afternoon , very seasonal from the coast and around the bay are inland cities a little bit low average for this time of year. hopefully it's an enjoyable day for you 83 livermore in the north bay 80 over center rosa we'll go. upper sixties san francisco seventies around the bay 72 in oakland, 73 expected in san mateo. and if you're going to outside lands for today, do expect partly
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sunny. partly cloudy conditions temperatures into the afternoon low sixties and then cooling back into the upper fifties. closer to sunset. the extended forecast we are going to remain in this pattern for the next couple of days, even when we do warm up. not bad, and it's endless cities that really begin to feel the difference mid sixties at the coast all the way through thursday for our coast side, as well as seventies, going into the upper seventies for our basic communities, and then our upper eighties will transition to low nineties by wednesday and thursday for our communities back to you in a great summer. thank you was very coming up raging fire. this is in cuba continues to send a big black plume of smoke into the atmosphere and the search for missing firefighters. does continue. we'll tell you what started this oil storage tanker fire next, but first tensions between china and the us are ramping up falling. house speaker nancy pelosi's visit to taiwan, which china says it's no longer participating in with the longer participating in with the u. s. that's
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israel from gaza. israel says at least two of the rockets were intercepted and destroyed before hitting the ground. israeli experts say the rockets were launched by palestinians seeking revenge for the separate deaths of islamic jihad leaders yesterday and on friday. both sides say the violence is the most intense since an 11 day war last year. tensions between china the us continue to ramp up
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following the visit to taiwan by house speaker nancy pelosi. just after the speaker left taiwan last week, china began a series of military maneuvers. taiwan reports china sent 14 worships 20 warplanes through what looked like a rehearsal for an attack yesterday that included some maneuvers that cross the median line between taiwan and china. u s secretary of state anthony blinken was in the philippines and talked about the impact happens in the taiwan strait affects the entire region. in many ways it affects the entire world because the straight like the south china sea. is a critical waterway. china announced since pelosi's visit, it has cut off communications with the united states over topics that included military and climate policies. china is also issued unspecified sanctions against pelosi and her family. families in the east bay are getting ready for back to
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school day tomorrow. coming up at nine. we're live from oakland with what parents should know about this upcoming year. and are you in the market for a brand new home on the coast? beautiful view? san diego will the doctor seuss? oh, miss going on the auction block this month. we'll tell you how much it will cost you coming
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large out-of-state corporations have set their sights on california. they've written prop 27, to allow online sports betting. they tell us it will fund programs for the homeless. but read prop 27's fine print. 90% of profits go to out-of-state corporations, leaving almost nothing for the homeless. no real jobs are created here. but the promise between our state and our sovereign tribes would be broken forever. these out-of-state corporations don't care about california. but we do. stand with us.
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doctors about possible heart problems or other serious medical issues in the ink for those electronic tattoos is not invasive. it does not require a needle to be implanted beneath the skin like a traditional tattoo. measure e. c g or or biomarkers in sweat, and also we can use it as a heater for physical therapy treatment. researchers in south korea so they hope that tattoo device will be available at medical facilities around the world within the next few years. california home of one of the world's most popular children's authors, well it's on the market dr seuss's home in la hoya, it's on sale. 5000 square foot estate sits right above the coastline, stunning views, even some of the authors more popular works are throughout the house. you could see some of them on that front door. the cat in the hat. i believe dr seuss, whose real name is theodore geisel moved to the home back in 1948 and also completed all of his famous books. their house will be auctioned off blindly. august 17th with an asking price of
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just under $19 million. all right. it is the final day of summer for hundreds of students in the east bay. but school closures are still in the minds of many, and we're live from oakland with what one school but the school board member tells us needs to be done this school year, plus president biden is finally out of isolation this morning, and he's already traveling. we'll tell you where he's headed coming up. plus thousands of monkey pox. vaccines are on their way to the bay area. how soon you can get a shot and where from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. good morning to you. let's take a live look outside of the oakland estuary at this hour and you can see still a gray morning in this part of the bay area. we've checked around and peaked around south lake tahoe already has blue skies there, so depending on where you are, it's like microclimate sunday. you know, you might see a different thing outside your window, but it is shaping up to be a really nice day out there on this
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sunday, august 7th good morning to you. i'm claudine wong. everyone happy sunday. indeed. let's kick it over the rosemary and get all the facts on our great start, but a beautiful shot behind you. it really is nice even coming in this morning, a little bit of res clouds overhead but feels good temperatures are in the sixties this morning. a relative humidity is up as we get into the second part of the morning and early afternoon, those clouds are going to peel back will be partly cloudy at the coast. mostly sunny for the rest of us and very seasonal with our temperatures, even a little bit cool for this time of year for inland cities. better details on the current conditions of what you can expect for your name. hood coming up in just a bit. tomorrow is back to school day for students in the oakland school district, but some teachers and parents looking a little further into the future. i should say ktvu is james torres joins us live from oakland and says they are focused on the district's plan to close a number of schools and buildings. james good morning. guys good morning to you. well, you know, the school year. the
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new school year is always an exciting time for students as they get back into that normal routine, and this is gonna be the first time in a long time where we don't have to worry about mask mandates or covid-19 protocols inside the classroom, however, top of mind for some parents and some school staff is going to be that confrontation that we saw late last week just behind me in front of park elementary school between school security and parents, according to a district spokesperson. crews were notified. the building was empty, following months of protesters occupying the school. personnel went in. they changed the locks and set alarms. but at some point people protesting broke those lots set off alarms and came face to face with security guards. last year, school board members voted to shut down a number of school buildings, setting a need to save money. they say schools like parker elementary are under enrolled, according to the district's plan. eight more schools are set to close by the end of this year. district five board member mike hutchinson voted against the closures but says the confrontation like what we saw last week shouldn't have happened. we were really close
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to a major incident and that's never good. and um, you know, i think we have to be able to find more productive ways to move towards a solution even if we're in disagreement. coming up this week, the board will have its first regular meeting of the school year. hutchinson says he expects much of that conversation to focus on the conflict between security and parents. he wants to start an investigation into how that all started. three schoolns then cod determine the future of parker elementary and the future of the other eight schools slated to close that school board meeting. happening on wednesday night. we're live this morning in oakland. i'm james torres, ktvu, fox two news. alright thanks, james. well, classes begin in some schools in sonoma county this week, as well. last week that sonoma county office of education began handing out 160,000 rapid covid test two schools in the region. the goal is to encourage students,
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teachers and staff to get tested before the first day of school, which is on wednesday and thursday. 17,000 of those tests are going to santa rosa city schools alone sonoma county's largest school district. and warren counties, three largest transit agencies do not have any plans right now to reinstate mask mandates, the county's public health agency says marin is right now experiencing its longest period of high covid-19 transmission. since the start of the pandemic, however, hospitalizations are half the rate of what they were in january. and right now only 13 people countywide are hospitalized for covid. smart marine transit and the golden gate bridge district are only recommending that their riders wear masks, and at this point, there are no immediate plans to bring back the mask mandate that began in 2020 and ended in april . time now is 904 president biden out of isolation for the first time since catching the coronavirus for the second time. last month, he left the white house to a reunion with the first lady jill biden in their home in nearby delaware. the
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president tested negative this morning did so yesterday for the virus. biden's first tested positive back on july the 21st. he experienced only mild symptoms, including fatigue, runny nose and a cough. thousands of monkey pox vaccines are on their way to the bay area. we now know 10,000 doses of monkey pox vaccines. have been allocated to san francisco . but one infectious disease specialists telling ktvu those doses won't even come close to meeting the number that the bay area needs. currently the shipment will help dr monica gandhi estimates they will need two million doses in the us to stop that outbreak. staff is already overburdened with monkeypox at the moment because the testing is actually extremely cumbersome. so i am worried that in the fall it's going to be really busy because we really have to think about the work on specific booster. and getting monkeypox out to gay men in the united states. of the more than 28,000 cases worldwide
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, the vast majority infected so far have been gay men largely spread by direct contact. dr gandhi is urging those at high risk to take precautions, and experts are repeatedly emphasizing that anyone can catch monkeypoxwith someone infd with the virus. throu, the vaccine clinic at sf general open on tuesday, kaiser, ucsf and center will be taking appointments can go to the web link section of our website. find out how to track down a vaccine here in the bay area, you can also find a link to more information about symptoms prevention. and treatment. a third person has died from a lightning strike in washington to see that follows the death of a couple from wisconsin and 1/4 person who was critically injured. no word this morning on the condition of that fourth victim that lightning strike happened on thursday night in lafayette park, right across the street from the white house cameras were recording when
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lightening hit that area. and eastern kentucky, where devastating floods hit a number of communities. cleanup now underway and survivors are finding what is left of a place they once called home. this isn't what i planned on, dear my retirement plan on maybe with the like, man. it's been a long week since water poured through towns, the rivers the creeks have receded and showing just how much damage and devastation left behind. but people trying to remain optimistic as they watch neighbors helping neighbors. even local football team came in to hand a little muscle to work, shoveling mud and dumping it away from homes and businesses. this is a very poor community, and i hate to say that but they come together as you can see, there's dozers excavators. there's backhoes. there's people all around hard enough and altogether and just keep our minds to. i think we'll be able to build back. some people say they may never
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recover, but most survivors say they can't leave the place they call home. but they're also realistic, saying it may take years to build back what the flood has taken away. meanwhile people living in much of the midwest and northeast are dealing with another weekend of scorching temperatures. reporter nate boy shows us the impacts of that brutal hot weather. that's not letting up. hot weather is in store for much of the country yet again on saturday as americans look for relief in any way they can. during this latest heatwave, it's really hot, but we're just staying hydrated so we don't like have a heat stroke at least seven cities in the northeast tighter broke their all time heat records this week , and those who are outside are seeking out the shade to cool off actually really nice where we had plenty of trees. it was black and the sun and not direct sunlight. air conditioned feels great. i really didn't want to leave it. but i will get back to it soon across texas and oklahoma. some cities are seeing an unprecedented number of 100
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degree days, locals are stepping up to help out their neighbors. this group in phoenix, handing out water and ice to help people lower their body temperatures and officers with the forth worth police department, even hand delivering free a c units to those in need. the constant heat, also fueling wildfires, with multiple blazes breaking out across texas and the pacific northwest, with the hotter, drier conditions and windy conditions, buyers can erupt very quickly. dangerous levels of heat are in the forecast for about 40 million americans this weekend reporting in new york city native oy fox news. boy a different story. here it's been maybe the most mild summer i can recall, especially if you live. yeah east bay. i mean, you think livermore there's usually three or four days for your 100 degrees, and we just haven't seen that, thankfully. and as we know, some of our hotter days are yet to come typically september sometimes even early october, but no, not the case
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today. no one hundred's around here. even the sacramento valley into the nineties, but segment of valley could be above 101 10. sometimes this time of year. here's a look at a beautiful mountain diablo, where the low clouds are beginning to dissipate. we've got a little bit of haze out there due to some residual moisture. relative humidity is up, which is great news. as we know i fire danger this time of year storm tracker to there's a look at that cloud cover there it is beginning to pull back towards the coastline for the coastline. today. partly cloudy for the rest of us mostly sunny 63 degrees right now. in san francisco. upper fifties santa rosa, you go inland. it's warming up. we do have a sunny skies over brentwood at 69. san jose started out with low clouds this morning, beginning to see those erode as well. and 65 over san jose and san jose. you are very similar to yesterday when it comes to the temperatures and you're not alone. novato oakland, hayward livermore and conquered. all reporting zeros. we do have fairfield just a tad
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bit cooler in santa rosa's down by about five degrees or so. the onshore breeze fairly weak around the bay area, but it's their napa reporting 10 mph conquer reporting nine sustained at 23 through the delta this morning. so some nice, cool pacific air moving through the bay area and when it comes to the cloud cover by about 11 o'clock or so most areas away from the coastline, enjoying the sunshine could have just a little bit hanging onto the east bay shore alameda bird. oakley it looow. the oakland sunny, partly cloudy conditions san francisco going to get in on some of that sunshine for the afternoon. and then as we get closer to sunset, which happens to be about 8 12 these days, we are looking at this clause moving back across the bay. so if you have evening plans or you plan on having dinner outdoors this evening, by about 78 o'clock, those clouds are moving back along the east bay shore temperature applies upper sixties in san francisco low seventies in oakland, right about where we should be, but
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our inland cities a little bit below average 80% arosa today low eighties and livermore in san jose, looking at 78 better details on the afternoon highs for today and what we can expect to getting into the week ahead. coming up. right today. is dwight clark day. still ahead. we're chatting with sports radio host joe schatsky to talk about how the catch plays into niners history and we're also looking ahead at that upcoming season for the new quarterback at the home, trey lance at a raging fire in cuba continues to send a big black plume of smoke into the atmosphere. and a big search right now for missing firefighters does continue in cuba will tell you what started that oil storage tanker fire that oil storage tanker fire right after what's your favorite live event? a rockin concert? an action-packed game? whatever it is, enter for a chance to win tickets in the 5-hour energy live sweepstakes. for rules and how to enter visit 5helive.com.
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experts say low demand is pushing those oil prices lower, not an increased supply. in fact, opec's oil producing countries increased output for july and august by about 640,000 barrels a day. however according to triple a that boost in supply is unlikely to affect gas prices that much as long as demand continues to drop. there are analysts say that gas demand measured in barrels fell more than 9% last week. 9 16 your time more than 100 protesters all gathered in the east bay this weekend mark the 10th anniversary of the explosion and the fire at the chevron refinery and richmond that came to remember the evening of august, the 6th 2012 and a raging fire through refinery. said monster plumes of thick black smoke ash and a chemical smell into the east bay air. an estimated 15,000 people who live near the refinery had to be treated for breathing issues. the protests say it was a night they won't
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soon forget. i remember sitting on the couch. thank you. the news was turned on, and we saw the big headlines explosion at the chevron refinery. remember seeing the big clouds of smoke? investigators later determined the refinery fire was likely caus by a leaky pipe that chevron neglected to replace the protesters expressed their outrage over the fire and chevron's response in the months and the years that followed. the fact that chevron refused to take responsibility for the damage they inflicted on her community alerted us to the need for collaboration in our work to hold chevron accountable. back in 2018. the richmond city council settled a lawsuit with chevron from $5 million, but the company did not admit fault and the deal did not require any reforms. at that. chevron refinery. one person is dead, dozens have been injured, several firefighters still missing following a massive fire rupture at a cuban oil storage
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facility. here's a look at that fire and some of the dense black smoke that's continues to pour out of the cuban supertanker base the fire has caused for explosions. at least 121 people have been injured. 17 firefighters are still missing and one body was recovered late last night, authorities say a lightning strike from a friday thunderstorm started the fire. the us is offering technical assistance experts from around the world are keeping a very close watch on the kilauea volcano in hawaii. it has been one of the most active volcanoes in the world for for the past 1. kilauea has a long history of alternatingand refilling. the cf the crater floor was one of the largest in centuries, and it's been refilling since then, both with overflows and with pressure underneath that pushes that crater or closer to the lip of the volcano. experts do believe that that eruption is going to
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remain confined to the volcano crater for at least the short term. happening today. san francisco's largest outdoor music festival, wrapping up in golden gate park rapper post, malone will take the center stage to close out outside lands later tonight. popular rock band from the east bay green day was the headliner last night 225,000 music fans from all across the country attended the three day festival. no official public health requirements this year for the first time. since the beginning of the pandemic, but those attending any indoor events are encouraged to wear masks due to concerns about covid-19 and monkey pox. all right. time now is 9 19. let's talk about our weather. still a little gray out there, but i think this is the gray. that is mild, right? not cold. you're not gonna walk out and i guess depending on where you are, yeah , hopefully it's refreshing for everyone, but it felt nice when i got my car this morning. yeah i agree. yes good morning. to both of you a little bit of
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patchy drizzle out there. not not as much as is yesterday. and if you are going to outside lands as you know, justin layers, maybe even a thicker jacket. we will have the sea breeze with us for the afternoon and low sixties expected along the west end of san francisco for the afternoon. today here's a look at the east bay where we have alameda in view and alameda going to be one of the spots, seeing the last to clear those clouds, as we do expect it to finally clear back late morning , perhaps closer to noon time storm tracker to hear who is seeing the sunshine. what won't we started this morning? we had a little bit more cloud. cover over the inner east bay. we're now seeing some blue sky there the north ways beginning to erode just a little bit as well as the south bay. even along the coastline looks like santa cruz capitola getting in on some sunshine already this morning. we continue with the current pattern. we have this low right off the coastline. you can see the a counterclockwise circulation going on there in the high that is parked over the four corners that continues to on and off, you know, bring that
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moisture our way when it comes to monsoonal moisture for the days ahead. we are looking at near repeat. we're looking at low clouds followed by afternoon sun, followed by seasonal temps here at home and the sierra. if you're thinking about heading up to tahoe, you're looking good when it comes to that possibility or low risk of thunderstorms this week. here's a look at tuesday and i'm just going to roll you all the way through the rest of the week and you'll notice into the afternoons how it bubbles up and we do see the showers. as well as the sun thunderstorm activity, but it's on the eastern edge of nevada, and it looks like lake tahoe is going to remain in good shape for the week ahead. 63 degrees right now in san francisco. we have 64 in napa now where we do have the sun shining 71 in brentwood. yeah already beginning to feel mild to warm if you're going to the colosseum to watch the game today, a game time, one oh 7 70 degrees. a nice west breeze expected there with low seventies in the forecast for oakland today. 73 cemetery oh upper seventies and napa mid
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upper eighties for some of our warmer locations for the inner east bay and not much change tomorrow tuesday, we will get into tap it of warmer weather wednesday thursday but still very enjoyable for this time of year back to you. thank you raspberry up next firefighters gaining some ground on that. mckinney fire burning out of control up near the oregon border. but coming up we'll tell you about another fire burning to the west that is now threatening thousands of times. we're keeping our eyes on the senate floor this morning the progress made by democrats that they pushed past the inflation reduction bill and the pushback rubber republicans that's coming up.
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adventure richmond is now gone. ktvu is tom baker tells us the company known as bold, closed up shop and abandoned bikes all over the city. michael mobility is taken over. that's why i'm excited for you to be a part of our ball team and to share your vision with the world. coral gables, florida based bike share company bought founded by olympic gold medal when are you saying bolt has apparently boarded from richmond, california, leaving a lot of bikes behind without batteries? nobody really knows what happened to both. uh obviously, they're you know, they've ghosted us all all includes richmond, virginia, greater roanoke, virginia. portland
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oregon and the vermont said he's a burlington, south burlington and winooski also has a presence in st augustine, florida and durham, north carolina, but they have yet to get back to us growing in popularity, so you know people like people like this in, um particularly, you know, we have these bikes around all of our transportation hubs. richmond mayor tom but says he spoke to the company that sold the system to bolt. and it will assist all the cities and getting the system secured and help set it up with a new operator with a bunch of blocks and a bunch of infrastructure, but i'm confident we'll get it back together and be back in business. there's no indication that, uh, that richmond has fumbled the ball in any way. john goodwin of the metropolitan transportation commission says that richmond was one of three grants. made to local governments to support bike
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sharing, including ones in the north bay and the east bay group, comprised of sonoma and marin county's, um, also contracted with bolt, but that operations had not begun and that no payments had been made from that grant city of fremont . the third grand t contacted with hopper, which continues to run the bike share program there. try as we did neither the company nor its executives could be reached. tom vacar ktvu, fox two news. health officials want children and passed to stay away from the water in oakland's like merit, we'll tell you why coming up, but first up, but first for years, california's non-gaming tribes have been left in the dust. wealthy tribes with big casinos make billions, while small tribes struggle in poverty.
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unbeatable internet. and you'll need mad to feel alertng so and energized to go the distance. go with 5-hour energy for every road trip. he sure did the catch now, 40 years later, still captivating watch. we're going to chat. live with 95 7 the games joe schatsky on how the niners are celebrating today's dwight clark day. students go back to school tomorrow. coming up. i'll tell you why. one school board member says his priority for the new school year will be combating a school board policy. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two well, good morning bay area. say hello to the golden
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gate. not so blue skies this morning, but that flag is well, let's blow it a little bit. hopefully get some blue skies around the bay here eventually, but if you live inland, my guest says you're already seeing the sunshine. it's coming. just gotta wait a little bit. welcome back to ktvu mornings on two at 9 30 am frank mallicoat. and i'm claudine wong. i think there will be some hot days ahead. rosemary where we are wishing for a morning like this. yes yes, we know. mid september, typically some of our hotter weeks as we get into today, as well as tomorrow, and even the next day temperatures are going to be right about average even a little bit below. we're starting out with the mourning clothes. little bit of patchy drizzle afternoon sunshine away from the coastline and temperatures at the coast oh, sixties for pacific. meanwhile mid to upper eighties expected in antioch today. better details on what you can expect for your neighborhood coming up. alright sounds good rosemary oroczo week for many students and teachers
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around the bay area and oakland is among the first districts to start holding classes again starting tomorrow. monday morning. ktvu is james torres is live and says many oakland parents and teachers alike are still concerned because the district's plan to continue closing some of the schools in their district. good morning. frank claudine. good morning to you yet and just about 24 hours , those first bells would have already rung and kids will be back in school, which is exciting to an extent a whole new school year, and this will be the first time in a long time where students don't have to worry about a mask mandate or covid-19 protocols but still top of mind for some parents and for some school staff as well. this confrontation between school security and community members just outside of parker elementary school late last week. according to a district spokesperson. crews were notified that the school building was emptied following months of protesters occupying the building. school personnel went in changed the locks and set alarms but at some point protesters and people protesting
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the closures rather broke those locks set off alarms and came face to face with security guards. this all comes from a decision last year when the oakland unified school district voted to shut down a number of campus buildings, citing a need to save money, they say schools like parker elementary are under enrolled. according to the district's plan. eight more schools are set to close by the end of the year, and board member mike hutchinson says the next few months will be spent trying to fight that. that community that surrounds parker elementary in east oakland needs to have a public school in the neighborhood. so this is going to, um continue, and we will continue to fight to guarantee that we have quality schools in our neighborhoods. three school board seats will be up for grants in november after an election, hutchinson says. what happens then could determine the future of parker elementary and the other eight schools slated to close coming up this week, the board will have its first
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regular meeting of the school year. hutchinson says he expects much of that conversation to focus on the conflict between those school security guards and those community members. that's that first regular board meeting will happen on wednesday night. we're live this morning in oakland. i'm james torres, ktvu fox. two news happening today rally is going to be held in support of san francisco's asian american communities. people who organizes are calling on san francisco political leaders to work with the police department to do more to stop suspected hate crimes targeting elderly asian americans that follows to violent attacks of older asian americans in the city just during the past week. today's rally begins at 11 30 this morning at washington square park in san francisco's north beach neighborhood. time out. 9 34 center rosa police, making a number of arrests after a parasite shows on friday night. the first sight show happened in the area, petaluma hill road and fraser avenue near the fairgrounds. officers say about 20 vehicles involved with about 60 to 70 spectators. and then that sideshow moved to fifth and
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davis streets where chp in sonoma sheriff towed and impounded a number of vehicles as that crowd got bigger. at one point, police say spectators actually were throwing rocks and water bottles at the officers. fortunately nobody was hurt. dozens of drivers in northern california have new safeguards and a place to prevent these from going after their catalytic converters with them. police officers joining forces with the yellow county d. a s office. and a car dealership at catalytic converters with their owners, vehicle license plate numbers, etchings can make the auto part easy to match up with the owner that may prevent the part from being stolen in the first place. but that's not the only tweet made to those converters. having the itching, um we're not just are we catching? we also spray paint the catalytic converter with a bright color, so that when somebody climbs underneath the car to steal it, they can see that it's been spray painted, which, hopefully we'll
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let them know that we've also etched it with the license plate number. and maybe it will deter them to go to the next vehicle. thieves are able to steal a catalytic converter and just a couple of minutes, then sell them because they contain three very precious metals. today is the final day of the conservative political action conference happening in texas right now. during that four day conference, former president trump overwhelmingly won an unofficial straw poll as the preferred republican nominee for president. among those who voted , 69% said they preferred trump 24% that they would choose florida republican governor rhonda santis. analysts warned that the poll only represents cpac attendees, and it does not represent the broader gop electorate. the straw poll also found that cpac attendees believe california's governor, gavin newsom will be the democratic presidential candidate in 2024. only 8% of those polls say they think president biden will be on the ballot. the white house has repeatedly said that president biden is planning on running for a second term happening now the
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u. s. senate is about to vote on the inflation reduction act bill that will happen today. the democrats soap the plan tackles . climate change, brings down health care costs and raises taxes on our larger corporations . the inflation reduction act debate has been going on. the past 13 hours into the weekend session that has been dubbed a voter rama. yesterday the senate approved the measure in a test vote that advanced legislation on a party line vote of 51 50. all republicans were opposed, and the vice president kamala harris broke that tie. many republicans say this measure will lead to a massive tax increase. let's start. with the bill's title, the inflation reduction act. sounds like a bill that's going to address perhaps the number one problem facing our nation, which is inflation. and then you actually look at the bill's contents. and discover that the bill will do nothing. to reduce inflation.
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final senate vote could come within the next few hours. the house will take up the bill this friday if it gets through the senate, fire crews near the california oregon border have slowed the progress of the state's most destructive fire. to date, the mckinney fires now burn more than 94 square miles. give you an idea how big that is . it's almost the size of sacramento and firefighters have kept it to 40% containment for people that have died in that fire. mandatory evacuation orders remain in place with more than 1200. people forced out of their homes. tens of thousands of fish in the klamath river are dead, and it's because of the mckinney fire according to the coverup. tribe dead fish from a number of species were found here. happy camp, which is about 45 minutes from that california , oregon border, the likely cause it's large debris flows into the rivers during the recent thunderstorms. this all comes as the fall migration begins for the endangered chinook salmon. which is already
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in trouble due to low water levels in the klamath river in recent years. complex fire continues to burn just 20 miles west of the mckinney fire, the latest numbers showed, has now grown to more than 7700 acres, and it is just 10% contained. one homeowner took the cell phone video of the huge smoke that came from that fire, which was ignited by lightning nine days ago. the flames are still threatening thousands of homes. however hundreds of people who were told to evacuate are now being allowed back into their homes, and the cleanup continues after flooding from a burn scar. hit the community of mark leave ill. this week. the town is on the other side of sierra south of lake tahoe. a flash flood emergency was issued on wednesday night when a severe storm moved through the area. debris came flooding down from the tamarack fire. burn scar area two roads below that fire burned more than 68,000 acres last july, sandbags are out in front of businesses along the main road in town, and the road itself, as you can see from this video was covered in thick mud back to the bay area. now public
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health experts for the city of oakland are now telling the public to avoid coming in contact with water in lake merritt, and they are advising everyone to keep their children and pets away from what may be a bloom of harmful algae on the lake. the oakland public works department first identify contaminants associated with a low level of harmful algae in the water of lake merritt that was back in may. the latest inspection on friday has not led to that. public warning. all right. time now is 9 40. let's take a look at again how this sunday is shaping up on this very mild sunday morning clouds are starting to clear we've got some blue sky overhead for inland communities areas along the east bay shore san francisco . the coastline will be the last to see the sunshine and i think pacifica in half moon bay could be a tough call for you could be partly sunny for you this afternoon. meanwhile outside our doors, here's a look over san jose. when we started earlier this morning, we have plenty of cloud cover. now we see some blue sky in there as again. clouds are pulling back. and we
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are now looking from up above where you can see along the coastline just inside the bay over areas of it looks like the senator's mountains, although i'm seeing pretty good clearing there as well. here's a view of the temperatures 64 degrees that have been bay right now 63 in san francisco, but the low clouds in place our temperatures struggle in the beginning, but when you got the sunshine well, you're already warm. brentwood 72 67 in concord in the north bay low sixties in novato. mid sixties over san jose, and our 24 hour temperature change will show you that we are feeling a whole lot like yesterday. a lot of zeros out there conquered oakland, hayward, palo alto. my goodness. san jose and livermore your temperature very much the same as where we were yesterday at this time. meanwhile the winds onshore, fairly light napa reporting 10. concord nine. even fairfield a sustained breeze at about 23 mph so coming from the right direction, just not very strong future cast here will show you as we get into the
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afternoon just how mild we're going to be. so the low clouds finally retreat. here's a view of a noontime where we do have a partly sunny skies looks like ocean beach, pacifica, half moon bay, but our north bay coastline as well as down over towards monterey going to see some sunshine there and then temperature wise, the color coding here giving you a good indication of sixties at the coast seventy's around the bay eighties for some of our warmer spots inland today as began to the second part of the afternoon . we do have that shade of red indicating going to be a hot one over areas of the sacramento san joaquin valley. but you have to get into the northern san wara sacramento valley hard to see right here, but that shade of pink. they're showing us that's where they will actually have 100 degree plus weather. not for us today. we're gonna go 80 degrees in santa rosa 83 in livermore around the base 74 in fremont, 78, redwood city upper sixties and san francisco if you're going to see the giants ace play later today at the
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coliseum upper sixties to low seventies expected there, so beautiful weather better details on what you can expect into the extended for cast coming up after the break. thank you, rosemary. today is 87. it is dwight clark day at 49ers training camp after the break. we're going to discuss how his iconic catch helped shape the 49ers franchise as we know it, stay right there.
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hey 49ers training camp in santa clara. it is august the 7th 87, which of course was night or great white clark's jersey number as the team honors the receiving end of the catch, the late wide receiver will forever be remembered. for the catch, which was one of the biggest moments in the history of barriers sports and also put the 49ers in their first super bowl in 1982, which was the beginning of one of the greatest runs by an nfl team. so in his honor, today is dwight clark day at niners camp, raising funds and awareness for a l s joining us now to talk about number 87 all things sports is 95 7 the games. joe schatsky. thanks for getting up early with us, joe. although you're used to that. yeah i've actually got a chance to sleep in today, frank. it was great. i
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was gonna say you're on at six. a.m. in the morning. uh, hard to believe. 40 years ago. i were you even born no, no, i wasn't. but there are rumors that my parents conceived me that night because both of them at the game , so i may not be tom brady. but let's say i've got ties to candlestick having grown up in the neighborhood you do and i know where i was i actually called in sick at schooi valley nearly got fired so i could watch the game and what a game it was. talk about the significance of that catch and just how much dwight clark means to the 49ers in their history. well you know, the 49ers were the first protein boring. raised in san francisco. all the rest had moved west. whether it's the giants, the warriors, you know the age moved west. the raiders were built, obviously, after the 49ers and they've always been the losers. they kept losing to america's team dallas in the seventies, they would lose in these horrific ways with the backdrop of all of the political assassinations in san francisco, the dying out of the hippies. it was a dark turmoil time in san
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francisco, and so to be america's after being a bridesmaid for so many years. it was a seminal moment for the franchise and dwight clark making that catch. i mean, he embodied san francisco. there's a guy who had three catches in college, not not a senior year in all of college 33 catches that's like a month for deebo samuel, you know, and so it's drafted. it's the most famous iconic play in the history of the organization. if joe montana is your steph curry your rock star dwight clark was more like your clay thompson. everyone wanted to be, and he was cool. he wore the mink coat. he would embrace this moment that he had in time and for him to have the disease that he did a lesson to pass away the way that he did. he's a larger than life presence that leaned into that moment and you see the guy that he caught it over right there. everson walls um, it comes to find out in the nineties. ever since i was having troubles financially . dwight clark reached out to him, and then they went on a signing tour where they would sign an autograph things and he helped put money in that man's
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pocket. that speaks to who dwight clark is the human being . and it's just sad that he's no longer here. 87 is a legend in 49ers lore and deserves to have his number retired and being that ring of honor in the museum at stadium. the football is there. it belongs to a private party, but they got the football and the fur coat. as well as the fact that they beat the cowboys made it even better. alright let's let's talk about preseason game number one friday. packers niners trey lance, does he play in that game? i want to see him play. i think a lot of them play. i've been lucky enough to go to about five practices. um three of them were padded. two of them were non padded. and so i've seen a lot of trey lance, but so many people everywhere i go. what's he look like? how's brandon aiyuk? how's the team? you know? and i think the fans want to see him play. i understand them not wanting to risk injury and things like that. this is a kid who needs reps. i mean, he's 21 years old fans like myself that are season ticket holders. they maybe haven't had an opportunity to go
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down to practice because they're working. or maybe they want to take their kids because it's a little less expensive going in exhibition game, so i think that he should play a couple of series at minimum, just because the fans want to see him and he also needs live bullet reps against an opponent and i think it will be good for the kids. you can get hurt walking down the street. you can get hurt at practice. i want to see the kid play, don't you, frank? my goodness. yeah it's the only reason i'm going to tune in. give them some reps. he needs him. he only what started a couple of games. uh last year quick note on jimmy g. i know he's down there. he's not working out still kind of rehabbing the shoulder. but what a class act right? he's a class act, but it's the weirdest thing in the world. i mean, imagine, you know you and your significant other go through a breakup. and hey, you know you're just gonna stay around for christmas dinner while i have you know, christmas dinner with my new family, and that's what it feels like. i went to practice the other day and on the small field, jimmy garoppolo is throwing by himself behind the stands of where the fans would be, and it was just weird,
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and it's not jimmy's fault. it's not the team's fault. they're just in this weird purgatory right now where they don't know whether they're going to trade him whether they're going to release him and then on the big field. you got trey, lance and all the other 49ers, you know, practicing, and so it's just a weird vibe. i guess with the jimmy thing off to the side. i don't think it's weird because of jimmy. i don't think it's weird because of the team. it's just it's an odd situation that i can't even think of any kind of comp in sports. he's on the team, but everybody knows he's probably not going to be on the team. well i just wish there was some sort of conclusion that we can come too soon is still getting paid. so it's not all that bad. finally we have just a little bit of time. we lost vince scully this week. but i wanted to talk about ray fosse, the oakland a's honored him. did you ever have a chance to meet him? a total gentleman? two time all star. 12 year career in baseball. and then, of course, for decades with the oakland a's . he died of cancer back in
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october. i mean, ray ray's a legend, an absolute legend. i used to work with chris townsend, the voice of the of the oakland a's on pre and post and he would say this is the face of the franchise, and he's right. i think for a lot of people that don't get an opportunity to go to games in our living rooms are the people who i consider more of fabric of the team that even the players ray fosse, glenn keiper. those guys are oakland a's baseball and i mean that with the most respect. we're just celebrated. vince scully. i believe he's the most influential dodger of all time because how many generations of people learning the game of baseball and learned what it meant to be, you know, class personified. be a dodger or be in oakland. a through vince scully, saru ray fosse. you know, cracking type. if you're a giants fan, these people are influential in molding what we love about our teams, and i feel like they represent more than just the jerseys. they represent our entire community, and ray was one of those people. always treated me with respect, and it's just really sad when we lose our legends and our people that really shaped our love for
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sports, and ray is at the top of the list. i think for most oakland ace fans would agree part of the family. they come into your living rooms every night in baseball, of course, you know, seven days a week for the most part. hey joe, uh, i'm glad you got to sleep in, but even more happy that you joined us. we love your energy here and have a great show tomorrow with monta. thank you very much. frank. you have a great day. alright joe schatsky with 95 7 the game. thank you, joe. time for weather, and we got a pretty good day. mild clouds. it's a song remains the same doesn't it's going to be a fabulous one of the clouds are clearing out of the way and beginning to see the blue sky, especially inland and around the bay. we have a few breaks in the clouds are live. look here over alameda, where we've got some blue sky there. temperatures are slowly rebounding a little bit harder for those of us. stuck under the cloud cover, but inland temperatures nearing 70 degrees already near brentwood, the clouds will continue to pull back will be partly cloudy at the coastline for today, mostly sunny for the rest of us and our
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pattern again, not changing a whole lot. we have a low off the coastline here. high pressure parked over the four corners and we're just writing between between what the seasonal temperatures this store for today, even a little bit cool for inland cities. your future cast here by noon time. we are mostly sunny away from the coastline. ocean beach pacifica half moon by all of our small communities right in there. partly sunny, partly cloudy day and then as we get closer to sunset, which is right about 8 12 these days for san francisco. those clouds are moving back across the bay temperatures right now. 63 in san francisco, low sixties in novato upper sixties and conquered in san jose, and then as we get into the afternoon sixties at the coast seventy's around the bay mid to upper eighties for a hotter spots inland into our south bay 78 for you, san jose in the north bay 79 for napa. going to outside lands. it will be a cool day to expect temperatures to remain in the low sixties. that's throughout the afternoon and then cooling back about 58 degrees at sunset
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with a mix of sun and clouds and the onshore breeze your extended forecast very similar monday tuesday, slightly warmer wednesday, a bit warmer on
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noon state was taken advantage of by a thief when he was running a lemonade stand. 11 year old jeremy wren. decker was scanned when two men got lemonade from him using a fake $100 bill he gave back $80 in
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change, and said he'd been saving that money for a vending machine to expand his business and to help the people of ukraine. they like. got so much stuff. and. gave me a hunt. fake $100 bill. i was like the texture doesn't feel good, and it kind of feels like it's something is not wrong with this money, future very going to end up their kids is trust in you as you are. adult should be example for them. well those are the suspects that he caught on video and put on his youtube channel and shared those images with the local police department. jeremy's message stops scamming kids. by the way, a neighbor started to go fund me with a goal of $250, and we checked this morning it has raised $9000 a lot of lemonade. alright well, the california home of one of the world's most popular children's authors. is on the market. dr seuss's home right there, la. it's on sale. 5000
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square foot. it sits right above the coastline, beautiful views, and as you can see, some of the authors more popular works are throughout the house. let's see it on the front door. there little cat in the hat. dr seuss, whose real name was theodor geisel moved to the home in 1948 also completed a lot of his famous books. their house will be auctioned off the blind auction august 17th with an asking price if you're interested. $19 million. oh, the places you'll have you amazing about right? wow together could pull that up. i don't think things didn't work out this week. we could pull off a good forecast, though. yes indeed. we are looking at pleasant weather as we go into your sunday for the afternoon. partly cloudy skies sixties at the coast seventy's around the bay eighties inland, with little change for the next few days. i'm slightly warmer wednesday and thursday at 94. am i it's like mother. nature knows those kids are going back to school to
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