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their contributions. hour, that combo of low humidity golden years? the highest earners who made because oursi's micel means fires can easily start and $75,000 a year or more were twice as likely than the lowest easily spread. look at the fire danger index finney is here with the details. >> it was odd. income households to increase and it takes into speed wind none of this was expecting to speed, humidity and contributions this year. see this. there's just a big number here. on the flip side, the lowest temperatures. as we go through the early morning hours of tuesday, there are several factors. earners were more than four tomorrow at 4:00 in the morning, according to a new survey from times as liky as the highest you can see those pops of yellow bankrate.com, fewer americans and orange indicating high to are increasing their earners to be saving less this very high fire danger in the contributions to retirement year. age is also playing a role with north bay mountains and that continues through 10:00 in the savings compared to just last morning as well. year. older millenials between 30 and winds are gusting 30 to 40 miles 38 the most likely to increase per hour. a shrinking nest egg. their retirement savings. then we'll warm up throughout according to a new survey, many the entire region, not only workers 65 years or older had a people are not increasing their tomorrow but also wednesday. tendency to decrease their a heat advisory goes into effect retirement savings. the bankrate report found fewer at 11:00 a.m. for much of the contribution. than one-third of working so why are people saving less? bay area. get ready to sweat tuesday and americans, about 29%, increased nearly one in four surveyed say wednesday. we'll take a look at those contributions, while 16% of they felt comfortable with the temperatures and the wind speeds those lowered their contributions compared to last amount they were putting away. coming up in a few minutes. year. well, in about an hour or another reason people are saving ered e level was the biggest less, stagnant or decreasing so, pg&e will start turning off power to three counties in the income, while others said they were focusing on other financial sierra foothills. butte, yuba and nevada. priorities. my take on this, it's worse than about 25,000 customers will be it looks because people always in the dark. >> in the north bay residents want to tell you what you want to hear. have been spared for now anyway. oh, yes, i'm saving more. >> wayne freedman joins us live so we're seeing a dip like this.
with santa rosa with that part bad news. >> oh, goodness. of the story. thank you, michael. >> sure. get ready, we can add wayne. >> reporter: good evening. it has been a long 100-hour another food to the list of food and drink items getting the countdown to uncertainty. pumpkin spice treatment. pg&e first notified people that how about, wait for it, yes, this might happen on friday afternoon. this, pumpkin spice spam. the good news is that so far the >> no. >> i'm with you on that. shutdown has not happened. they are making the flavored version of the product available in the north bay it's been hot and dry, but not windy, and that for a short period of time only absence of wind made all the at walmart.com and spam.com. the company says the pumpkin difference to residents who worried about pg&e following spice version can be a new through on a warning that it flavor to add to grilled cheese might tonight be turning off the power. sandwiches, even waffles, maybe >> tonight we are not worried about any extreme weather hash. >> i usually like pumpkin conditions in the north bay. >> reporter: though by noon when everything, but i'm going to pg&e decided to keep the power pass. >> how about this. this sounds a little better. on, wheels had already gone into motion. if someone asks you to break me or nonmotion for residents who off a piece of this kitkat bar, lined up to fill their cars with you have to do it with your pinky up. gasoline just in case the power did go down, rendering pumps nestle is offering a new luxury inoperative. >> i do have work in a couple of customizable version of the hours so i was not wanting to do kitkat bar. this right now. >> reporter: in preparation of a shutoff, sonoma county opened the $17 version will be its emergency operations center available in 1500 combinations
today. the board president said the including earl gray, whiskey and county prefers to be ready, whatever happens. >> we've been told these can ginger. they are available only in the last up to days. united kingdom. >> i don't know. you know, it's a whole new world still $17 for a kitkat? so we need to make sure we're ready for it. >> would you rather have spam? >> reporter: to the south in marin, county fire can view much >> no. or not the pumpkin spam. of that world on video monitors. a good of romance this with a red flag warning season on "the good doctor." imminent, they have mobilized the cast talks about some of and prestaged crews and this season's biggest story lines coming up next. equipment. marin has not had a major fire and kristen joins us with what's coming up at 5:00. in years. hi, guys. they don't want one now. fire danger remains a big >> just like the fires in santa rosa and paradise the last concern here in the bay area. couple of years, marin county new at 5:00 we'll head to the fire has a long history of north bay where the temperatures are not the only thing heating devastating wildfires. we are certainly due for a up. the concerns coming from residents. catastrophic event in this and find out how the bay county. >> reporter: but it's not over area's marshes could hold a key yet. so the winds are going to be to all of us breathing a litte down today. tomorrow is another story. easier in the future. pg&e will not commit to what these stories and they're going to do tomorrow, so we'll be doing the same story all over again. in santa rosa, wayne freedman, abc 7 news. >> wayne, what are people saying about the uncertainty?
oh, it depends on who you talk to. some say, yeah, i don't want my house to burn down, so yeah, turn off the electricity. other people say pg&e should have planned better, that they should have buried their lines. maybe the best comment came from david rbi it's just an inconvenience. so many opinions, one question. will we have power here tomorrow? >> all right, much appreciated. everyone has got an opinion. wayne freedman live for us tonight. thank you. meantime, pg&e is moving forward with an $11 billion settlement with insurance companies over wildfire claims. the utility company said the deal covers 85% of claims stemming from the 2017 north bay fires and last year's campfire. cal fire is making progress on six fires that started saturday east of milpitas. calaveras road was closed because of rocks rolling onto the road. the fires have burned 128 acres
and are 70% contained. ths still under investigation. new developments now in the case of a man detained by san francisco police after neighbors reported him jumping from roof to roof in the outer mission yesterday. >> abc 7 news reporter luz pena spoke to a spokesperson which is where the man was luz. >> reporter: ama, that's right. this is the house where the man was jumping. he went close and many neighbors consider concerned. we're basically 700 feet away from the hospital. that's a four-minute walk. that's the sound and commotion many residents of the outer mission woke up to yesterday at 7:00 a.m. the man in the video has been identified as 32-year-old mattia they took $12.8 billion from big tobacco. juul marketed mango, mint, and menthol hood. he jumped off the property. flavors, addicting kids to nicotine. where did he come from? we asked a hospital spokesperson five million kids now using
if he was at the hospital prior to this. >> that's my understanding. e-cigarettes. the fda said juul ignored the law with >> reporter: the san francisco sheriff's department is in misleading health claims. charge of the security inside now juul is pushing prop c, to overturn the hospital. si the spal. nolonger i hosta san francisco's e-cigarette protections. say no to juul, no to big tobacco, no to prop c. on this roof. still nervous about buying uh-oh, la new house.meone's >> sometimes they'll be walking around just in their hospital is it that obvious? yes it is. you know, maybe you'd worry less if you got geico to help with pants, they have their wristbands and are walking around confused. your homeowners insurance. >> reporter: michelle cordero i didn't know geico could helps with homeowners insurance. saw the man jumping from roof to yep, they've been doing it for years. roof. she had three kids and is concerned about their safety what are you doing? with the hospital's proximity. >> after treatment and big steve? evaluation, those people are thanks, man. released if they want to be there he is. get to know geico and see how much you could save on released. we don't have the authority to homeowners and renters insurance. keep them here if they don't want to be here in the hospital receiving treatment. >> reporter: the hospital was a 23-hour max policy to keep patients who come out of their psych emergency services unless
they need further treatment. at 7:00 a.m. they are released. >> do it in the daytime and not at night. it helps our neighbors feelor curebo b to that >>not 6:00 we'll havee homa patients have gone missing from their facilities in the last three years. in san francisco, luz pena, abc 7 news. >> looking forward to it, luz, thanks. a hearing is under way to determine whether a homeless navigation center should be allowed to open along san francisco's waterfront. the group, safe embarcadero argues the city failed to get approval by the land commission and bypassed the environmental quality act. the 200-bed center is being built on beale street. a judge denied another claim high-profile attack weeks ago. of a woman at her condo right next to the center. a decision is expected today. we'll have more on that coming
up at 5:00. now to the east bay where a city has shut down its entire computer system after being infected by a virus over the weekend. today it's trying to determine to extent of the make a payment here at union city have to wait. residents concerned that their personal data may have been leaked have to wait as well. it will take several days before the city can figure out this mess. reggie waited several hours for city hall to open, hoping to apply for a building permit, only to find out he can't. >> it's beyond their control actually because a virus. they don't know who installed it or how did it enter the system, but nevertheless it affected city hall. >> reporter: the virus was discovered over the weekend forcing union city to shut down its entire computer system and
online services. >> online services will be out indefinitely. any online services like payments, licensing, permitting, all of those are impacted. peon, said the city is city >> i've been told these can last up to days. working with the fbi and >> the possibility of the power cybersecurity experts to investigate the virus and its being cut off in the north bay impact. she couldn't discuss the type of because of fire danger we have virus or its origin but repeated learned it's going to stay on several times that it was not a for now. it's been a contentious ransomware attack. issue that's highlighted divisions when it comes to she said they're still trying to determine if any residents' addressing san francisco's homeless crisis. personal information was the big ruling on the nav dpai s compromised. >> so that's not something that we quite know yet in terms of whether people's personal center. information that's in our system >> the response to the control of events at levi's stadium. is exposed or not. after delays, the high >> reporter: this man was also murder trial of a real denied a permit, though he had estate heiress gets under way. the staff was very helpful. the dramatic details that came he said as hackers evolve, it out today in court. >> now, news to build a better leaves cities vulnerable, which means they have to do more to bay area from abc 7. all right, getting word now the power will remain on in tackle cybersecurity threats. >> everybody has to worry about several bay area communities, these things nowadays. but that does not mean people i guess the city always has to are in the clear.
the fire danger remains high for worry about them. the next few days. >> reporter: union city thanks for joining us. officials say police and fire i'm kristen sze. >> and i'm ama daetz. services are conducted by the a red flag warning is about to city of fremont so there's no concern there. as for late fees and penalties, go into effect for large swaths of the north bay, east bay. those will be waived and >> here's a look at what deadlines will also be extended. communities are impacted and when. >> absolutely. we do have the critical fire >> all right, thank you so much. san franciscoest cable cars weather conditions that we are are back in operation after facing, red flag warning for the being sidelined for ten days for north bay mountains, east bay rehab work on the gearboxes that hills and diablo range 9:00 p.m. propelled the system. buses replaced the cars on tonight until 11:00 wednesday. winds out of the north-northeast gusting 30 to 40 miles an hour, slech september 11th. for the past two years muni has humidities in the teens to 20s. been performing upgrades to the you can see much of the north bay with the exception of parts of the valleys in the east bay. 30-foot wheels that pull the steel cables under the tracks. you will see what areas are more of b.a.r.t.'s fleet of the under that red flag warning all the way down to the south bay. future cars are the same general areas with the tracks. according to b.a.r.t., 58 cars exception of the coast under a are in service. heat advisory. more are on the way but still a larger portion of the bay need to be certified. area, 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. many will be made here in the tomorrow so heat-related illnesses are possible. bay area when they shift here's what you need to know, drink plenty of fluids before production to pittsburg. just ahead, climate change. you get thirsty.
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a prominent car dealership in california faces claims of deceiving its customers. california's attorney general today announced a civil lawsuit against paul blanco's good car company. paul blanco specializes in customers with poor credit with a total of seven dealerships, including this one in oakland near the coliseum. the lawsuit claims the dealership group falsifies credit applications, charges customers for unauthorized add-ons and inflates the value of cars to finance companies. >> denying them the right information, coloring information, hoping that you can shade the truth and get away with it. in this case paul blanco and his company did it not just to consumers but lenders as well. >> the lawsuit wouldn't shut
down the company but seeks mone. paul blanco's good car company did not respond to our request for comment. maybe you remember on friday we introduced you to a san francisco man who supports his family on, get this, $65,000 a year. alex rosier told us he spends nearly 30% of his earnings on household items and utilities, that's housing as well, and 3% on food. so we wanted to know are alex and his family doing it the right way? so joining us right now is darlene goins head of hands-on banking with wells fargo. darlene, boy, this is a very aggressive spread sheet and budget that he has for his family. what were your first reactions? >> you know, alex is doing all the right things. he's planning for short-term savings, medium-term savings like vacations, different clothing for his children, and long-term savings so he's really got it right when he says it's
about a mindset shift and thinking about what's important to you and your family. >> i thought that was really interesting for him to say because he was very methodical about the different time periods in his life. >> yes. >> and he knows this is not going to be the case forever. >> exactly. >> $65,000, no, it's not a lot of money for san francisco. >> right. >> but he admits that he has some equity in the company that he works for, but it's not guaranteed that equity could be in the millions of dollars. is he doing it right to bank on perhaps being so frugal now in hopes that maybe something will pay off down the road? >> absolutely. it's important to live within your means. and so i always recommend starting out by keeping a spending diary and tracking your spending over a month so that you can get an idea of what you're spending on and are they really needs or wants. needs like your rent, your car payment if you need to have a car in order to get to work. you definitely need to focus on those. but look at your wants. do you need to go out to din are
or can you cook at home? that was one of the things alex mentioned. so i think it's really important to think about how you can live within your take-home pay today and not necessarily bank on the future. >> i think you're right. in our story earlier last week, alex said that he only spends $250 a month on food for not only his wife but also for their small baby at home, so it can be done. >> it can be. >> one of the things also that i noticed in alex's spread sheet was that he gave up some of the little things and i think we find that to be the advice so oftentimes from financial planners. do you have to go to starbucks? is there some wiggle room? can people have those little indulgences? what is your recommendation? >> absolutely. you need to enjoy life. so think about your values. think about money wasters, like ed more t one streang se cayou get n t wh
>> they're so convenient, though. >> it's better to put something in your shopping cart and think about do i really need this or do you want it? >> it's like those emails that you want to fire off but should hold off on. for alex, he budgets a percentage. every month it goes toward so and so. do you have a ballpark estimate how much people should be spending on food? >> it's challenging in the bay area because the cost of living is so high. typically 15% to 20% but i don't know if that's realistic in the bay area. >> his story is at our a abc7news.com. we want to check on heating up this week. but just how hot is it going to last?d how long is that going
drew tuma is here with a look at our weather. drew, it's the first official day of fall. >> oh, wait, i'm over here. >> where are you supposed to be? >> it is the first official day of fall. we have temperatures well above average and those numbers will continue to rise over the next couple of days as a heat advisory and red flag warning goes into eechblffect. we are totally clear out there, no clouds, no rain. a live look from sutro tower and we are basking in the sunshine, baby blue skies right now and it will be a very warm night on the way for a lot of us that needs to a hot day tomorrow. temperatures out there right now take a look. it's 73 in the city, 81 in oakland, 82 in san jose, 93 in santa rosa, fairfield at 92 degrees. the 24-hour temperature change, no surprise here. you can see everyone is warmer right now than they were this
time yesterday. 2 degrees in fairfield and palo alto is 7 degrees warmer than this time yesterday. overnight tonight totally clear skies. no fog unfortunately. temperatures in the 50s to low 60s. but the bigger story tonight, the winds are going to pick up, especially in the north bay mountains. our future tracker wind gusts early tomorrow morning, 4:30 in the morning you can see the winds racing out of the north. 20, 30, close to 40 miles per hour at times. that will continue even to the 8:00, 9:00 hour as well on our tuesday. you notice outside of the north bay and the east bay, winds are pretty calm around the city. even redwood city in san jose. it's really in our ridgetops we'll watch these winds that create that red flag warning that start tonight and last through wednesday morning. high fire danger, 30 to 40-mile-per-hour gusts. combine that with low humidity and warm temperatures during the day. that means any fires can easily start and spread under those conditions. look at hig torrow.
it is going to be hot no matter where you live. 96 in san jose, 95 in sunnyvale. 96 redwood city, 96 palo alto, 95 san mateo. you know when half moon bay is at 82 in the afternoon, it's just a hot day across the bay area. 87 in the city, 92 in south san francisco. 84 in daly city. the north bay we are sizzling, 103 in santa rosa, novato 99. the east bay tomorrow 91 in oakland, 94 in fremont. it will be a hot day in the east bay. 93 castro valley, 90 in berkeley. inland we're hitting the century mark. 100 in pittsburg, 101 in walnut creek and 100 in antioch. just some tips again, drink plenty of fluids even before you're thirsty. water is best. seek out shade, wear lightweight clothing and do not leave your kids or pets inside cars. cars heat up very quickly. accuweather seven-day forecast, it is hot tomorrow, repeat on
wednesday and relief will arrive thursday into friday. watch those temperatures tumble. it's cool for fall saturday, sunday, monday but the next two days it is hot and windy and the red flag warning will start at 9:00 p.m. tonight. just ahead, a warning for the warriors. the doctor who thinks klay thompson needs to be benched and why. plus, are you ready for plus, are you ready for retirement? come try my really big chicken two patties for $4.99, or three for $5.99, or four for $6.99. that's an amazing deal, jack! hey, thanks, stanley. ow. ...wait, what's happening? stanley! you're deflating! hold me, jack! only at jack in the box.
a top knee specialist sayso season or next. thompson suffered a torn acl in the nba finals in june and hopes to return before the upcoming season is over. but dr. tim hewitt said that thompson and all athletes who suffer a torn acl should wait two years before they return to action because the risk of reinjury is so high. according to hewitt's research, nearly 10% of the nba players who suffered a torn acl in the last 25 years have reinjured the knee. hewitt is a consultant and has not treated thompson. the measles outbreak into over. two new cases of measles were reported last week. however, two previously reported cases were found not to be measles, so now the total number of cases stands at 1,241. right now at abc 7 news.com, you'll find weeks of data on measles vaccination rates
gathered by the investigative teams at abc-owned television stations across the country. you can actually see it on our home page right here. now, the data is looking at whether schools satisfy something called the herd rate. that is basically when 93% to 95% of people are vaccinated, ensuring the rest of the population is protected from an outbreak. you can see it right here at the very bottom. now, all you have to do is go to abc7news.com and go to the return to measles section of our home page. then if you want to see data on vaccinations for the schools your children attend or the schools in your community, scroll down and you'll finding this map. you can then click the bay area and tap your county on the map or search for your school in the find your school menu. we will use john sweat elementary school in martinez. isn't enter it into that box and you can see it has a vaccination rate. walmart's new car seat
recycling program was so successful the event is ending gift card to anyone who brought in an old car seat. it was supposed to end september 30th but the store ended after nearly a million car seats were collected. it was part of a recycling effort to keep plastic out of landfills. just ahead, the u.n. takes on climate change and what you can do locally to make a difference. plus can sea monkeys hold
cell phone video captured a horrifying scene in new york city this morning when a man jumped in front of a subway chain clutching his 5-year-old daughter. it's hard to listen to and hard to watch. that girl survived being run over by the train in the bronx. her father did not. good samaritans jumped onto the tracks as the girl crawled out from underneath that subway car. a witness said she heard the father on the phone moments before he took his own life. >> i heard him telling the wife that you look out for the other two kids, i'm going to take her to school. and then he said i love you.
>> the girl was taken to the hospital to be treated for scratches. she was reunited with her mother there. president trump called on world leaders to take action to protect religious freedom during a speech at the united nations today. mr. trump says about 80% of the world's population lives in countries where religious liberty is threatened, restricted or even band. >> america stands with believers in every country who ask only for the freedom to live according to the faith that is within their own hearts. >> also today iran's foreign minister told reporters that there will be no meetings between president trump and pre rouhani. the u.s. blames iran for last week's attack on a saudi oil facility. world leaders received a scolding today from 16-year-old activist greta thunberg. >> you all come to us young people for hope. how dare you!
you have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words, and yet i'm one of the lucky ones. people are suffering. people are dying. entire ecosystems are collapsing. we are in the beginning of a mass extinction, and all you can talk about is money and fairy tales of eternal economic growth. how dare you! >> wow, what a public speake. the swedish teen's emotional address came minutes before she and others filed a complaint of violating human rights by not stopping climate change. we are. it's your planet too! >> meantime hundreds of activists blocked major intersections in washington, d.c., today demanding immediate government action on climate change. activists parked a sailboat in
the middle of the street just blocks from the white house. several arrests were made. bruce reardon is program director with the climate readiness institute. thank you for coming in today, we greatly appreciate it. you guys look for solutions to some of the climate issues that we're facing. what do you think, bruce, is the biggest issue we are facing in the bay area? >> well, it depends on where you live in the bay area. heat is a big issue and going to be a bigger one. we have more extremely hot days and that's a problem both for people in hotter parts of the bay area and people near the coast because people near the coast are generally not air conditioned, which is an easy way or easier way to deal with it. of course if you're near an area that is fire risk, that's going to be your number one, as we've seen in the north bay and we've seen in the past in the east bay hills. anyone living where there's a good chance and now a higher risk of these wildfires coming
into a city, that's going to be their big problem. and of course longer term around the bay and on the coast, sea level rise. extreme storms that go with that, flooding that will happen in many places around the bay, and on the coast. >> let's talk about -- more about the wildfires because we are getting into this hot stretch. in the fall here in the bay area it tends to get hot. along its coast those folks are expecting to cool off but aren't prepared for the heat. what are you guys doing to identify solutions for protecting the public from these wildfires? >> we just did a big workshop and are coming out with a white paper on october 8th that looks at the health issues around wildfires. so for workers, for first responders and for laborers who are coming in unprotected to do cleanup after fires, big health issues, breathing issues in particular. for folks who are living at some
distance from fires, so here in the bay area central, look at the smoke issues that we had last year and the year before. so we're working on solutions for do you send kids to school or is it better to keep them home if you're air conditioned or not. should you wear a mask or not. we're working on those types of solutions which would be clear guidance to people as to what to do, clear communications on all of that. we're also looking at populations that are in high fire risk areas here in the bay area. what can we do to identify who are the most vulnerable populations that when we do have evacuations and big fires, will they be able to hear? will there be language issues? will there be mobility issues? we need to know who those people are ahead of time so they can get that extra work to protect themselves. e' real well, it's g harno hore
>> greta we just heard. >> she's fabulous and there are many others like her. she's leading in many ways. we'll see. that's up to the older people who are in charge in these various countries and at the u.n., but i think it's going to be harder for them to ignore now the people who are clearly saying you're not going to be here, we are, it's our future, let us be a part of that decision-making. >> we have about 30 seconds left. this may be a loaded question, but feta'ors lifetime, will she see change, do you think? >> it's built in how much warming and how many more fires and things we're going to have over the next few decades. the difference is which emissions path we take, a good one or not so good one. second half of this century, that still is going to make the difference whether it's a bad future or a really bad future. >> oh, goodness. we hope it's not really, really
bad. bruce, thank you so much for coming in. >> thanks for having me. >> dion. >> ama, thanks. isn't sann santa clara counw program launched today protects people from food theft. businesses that refuse to pay employees what they're owed. chris nguyen has a look at the new enforcement efforts. >> reporter: a fight for worker rights. santa clara county today announcing the launch of its new food permime program. >> running a good business means treating both your workers and your customers with dignity and respect. >> reporter: data from the state found that santa clara county received the highest number of wage theft claims per capita in california, prompting the board of supervisors to create a new office at the county level. common forms of wage theft include nonpayment of overtime, not paying for all the hours worked and not paying minimum wage. >> you don't get the word out about these kind of programs, people don't know that it's a safe place for them to come, it's a safe place for them to
bring their grievances and that we'll follow up. >> reporter: according to a recent analysis, retail food vendors in santa clara county owe nearly $5 million in back wages to employees based on 1700 judgments that have been filed since january 2015. the new program is one of several efforts that the county's office of labor standards enforcement is implementing to support vulnerable employees, many of them immigrants, women and low-wage workers. in fact services and support will initially be offered in seven languages. managers believe the program will send a strong message. >> for anyone that's a part of your team, i couldn't dream of cheating them in any way or n giving them what they deserve. >> businesses that don't comply will have their permits suspended. a caregiver, a victim of wage theft herself, says this sort of enforcement is long overdue. >> everybody will have the courage to step up and voice their sentiments about their
work. >> officials will start enforcing wage theft judgments in sunnyvale, mountain view and two central zip codes in san jose before expanding to the rest of the county. in the south bay, chris nguyen, abc 7 news. an unusual look at a climate change solution. >> yeah, could sea monkeys of all things hold the key? the bay area company and their unusual plan to combat the problem. and i'm meteorologist drew tuma. a live look from our emeryville camera showing you nothing but sunshine. it's about to get hot out there tomorrow. tomorrow. we'll have the latest numbers in at at&t we believe in access. the opportunity for everyone to explore a digital world. connecting with the things that matter most. and because nothing keeps us more connected than the internet. we've created access from at&t california households with at least one resident who receives snap or ssi benefits. may qualify for home internet at a discounted rate of $10 a month. no commitment, deposit, or installation fee. visit att.com/accessnow, to learn more.
abc news is committed to making the bay area a better place to live and that's why we're dedicating more resources and more time to telling the stories that help build a better bay area. that includes finding solutions to the problems that affect us every day. now, climate change impacts pretty much everything from the air we breathe to the food we eat. so i'm introducing you to a south bay company being praised for discovering a new way to reduce carbon emissions and reduce overfishing of our oceans at the same time and using sea monkeys to get it done. when you pick up seafood at the grocery store, chances are it was raised at a fish farm. according to the national oceanic and atmospheric administration, aqua culture supplies more than 50% of all seafood produced for human consumption globally. fish farming seemed like a solution to reduce the impact on
our overfished oceans, but there is a catch. fish need food and most of that food is made of fish meal. >> fish meal is essentially fish of that caught off the coast of south america that are ground up and then fed to other fish. >> reporter: according to the united nations food and agriculture organization, roughly 32% of the world's wild fish stocks are overexploited, depleted or recovering. >> aqua culture is set to increase in size as an industry, but this crucial supply of protein is not going to increase. >> reporter: growing of food replacement on land presents more environmental problems. >> fish have evolved in the ocean to eat other fish, so there's not a good overlap between what agriculture is capable of providing and what the fish that we want to eat, want to eat. >> reporter: novonutrients can revolutionize how we feed farmed fish. co2 is the greenhouse gas that
is responsible for climate change worldwide. novonutrients is turning co2 into fish feed. it's made from bacteria that eats co2. >> we take industrial emissions and through a microbial process turn them into a high-proteinin greed yengt. >> reporter: the guinea pigs in this experiment are sea monkeys, those shrimp on the back of comic books. they are now testing it on other species, starting with fish but with an eye and mouth toward other animals as well. >> that can go into feeds for fish, chickens, pigs, even some day for people. >> food is one of the main products that we're focused on, and that's mainly high protein food ingredients. >> reporter: novonutrients scaling up operations. the company hopes to have its fish food commercially available
by 2021. >> it is remarkable. now, we do want to hear your ideas about building a better bay area. you can share them by joining our better bay area group on facebook. sounds like it's going to take time to build a cooler bay area. >> yeah, let's get the fans ready. drew is standing by with more on the timing. >> yeah, temps will take off tomorrow but we will have a red flag warning starting at 9:00 tonight for the north bay mountains and east bay hills. gusty winds increasing our fire danger. temperatures under clear skies, mid-50s to low 60s as those winds begin to ramp up in the north bay mountains and the east bay hills. though winds will really warm us up tomorrow. 87 in the city, 91 in oakland tomorrow, 96 in san jose, 103 in santa rosa, 102 i degrees. a at advisory will begin at 11:00 a.m. tomorrow morning lasting through 7:00 in the evening pretty much for the
entire bay area. it means the risk for heat-related illness is on the rise under those hot temperatures. so take it easy out there not only tomorrow but on wednesday. the accuweather seven-day forecast will show you it is hot out there tuesday and wednesday. relief moves in on thursday, temps tumble on friday and it feels like fall on saturday and sunday. >> but you said 100-degree temperatures may be back after this. >> october is known to be hot sometimes, guys. >> for sure. thanks, drew. the copyright infringement claim over led zeppelin's rock classic "stairway to heaven" is back in court. the full ninth circuit court of appeals listened to arguments today in san francisco. led zeppeln is accused of stealing it from a 1968 song called taurus by the band spirit. the jury in the original case decided in zeppelin's favor. however, jury instruction errors forced a new trial. well, thousands of people
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the uk government says it will continue flying home tens of thousands of people after the collapse of thomas cook sunday night. this was the very last thomas cook airline's jet that landed at manchester airport in from orlando. 23,000 people are now without a job. an estimated 155,000 people who purchased vacation packages from thomas cook are awaiting flights home. the uk government has launched its largest ever peace time repatriation effort to bring citizens home from abroad. >> some people have lost their job, some people are stuck abroad. i'm glad we didn't fly today because we would get stuck somewhere. >> the uk travel company had been providing vacations for 178 years. it fell on what it calls vingore mey for your ial