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>> building a better bay area, moving forward, fiow>> back as n francisco's golden gate park with a big day ahead. the pandemic restrictions are all gone. good morning, everyone. i am liz kreutz. thank you for joining us. let's get a look at the forecast. lisa: good morning. it will be a typical san francisco day, breezy winds and some partial clearing. right now, we are socked in with low-level clouds. the cloud deck not right on the
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ground but enough moisture out there to bring out a little bit of drizzle. 62 in san francisco and santa rosa. a little bit milder, two to three degrees warmer than yesterday. it will be cloudy to start, the sun coming up at 6:17. mid 70's inland. another day today with temperatures cooler than average, low to mid 80's. a mild afternoon, low 70's from the east bay and 60's at the coast. liz: your favorite artists are back at golden gate park with the return of performances. tonight, green day and more. tara campbell was at the festival opening night and has a look from behind the gates. >> the outside lands party is
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getting started at golden gate park. >> it feels amazing. the vibe is great, people are amazing and friendly. >> the three-day long music festival features 100 artists taking to nine different stages. >> i am from wisconsin and decided to come out here for the weekend and it has been a great time. i wanted to see the artists perform. >> he is one of more than 220,000 people expected to go through the gates. >> super good. i have been here for a couple hours. i like the vibes. everything is super nice. ceer sge restaurants, wineries and breweries. business is back. >> it helps get your name out there. >> the festival returning to its
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summer date for the first time since the start of the pandemic and the safety precautions are gone. >> i think everyone is vaccinated or everyone who is not is wearing a mask. i think people are relaxed. >> we are all vaccinated and i never got covid before. >> having fun is clearly top of mind but so too is the monkeypox of paris. >> we kept our distance. we created a bubble around us. monkeypox is prevalent. >> are you worried? >> not really. i have not been thinking about it at all. >> i am just trying to enjoy the festival. >>ell, aews. liz: speaking of monkeypox, sonoma county has confirmed 17 cases of monkeypox among
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residents. the county has received 820 doses of vaccine. san francisco will get 10,000 more doses, more than double the previous two allocations. the vaccination clinic reopens on tuesday morning. san francisco has identified the first case of suspected monkeypox in its county jails. officials say they have identified the possible infection in an inmate who was booked into the 7th street jail yesterday. that person is now in isolation. an appeals court has temporarily stayed construction but uc berkeley will be allowed to put up a security fence. the university wants to redevelop part of the park for students and people experiencing homelessness. there were dramatic clashes between police and protesters this week.
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seven people were arrested and two officers were hurt. uc berkeley issued a statement. this will add further delay and significant cost but we are pleased the court has agreed to an expedited process. a warning in contra costa county about dangerous mosquitoes. scientists have identified a non-native type that can carry diseases. tim johns has what you need to know. >> they are small, sneaky and possibly deadly. >> we just got rid of the covid. now we are dealing with monkeypox and mosquitoes. when are you safe? >> the contra costa mosquito and vector county control district announced a species had been discovered in martinez. measuring one quarter of finance with a blackbody and white stripes, they are called aedes aegypti. >> extremely concerned. >> the mosquitoes are described
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as being aggressive day biters that can transmit diseases, oftentimes found in vegetation and places with standing water. they are non-native to california and usually found in warmer climates. contra costa said they will work to try to prevent the insect from coming established locally. a job they say they are cautiously hopeful. they tell abc 7 news that for years, the county has taken multiple steps to help residents fight mosquitoes and other pests. >> they leave you instructions about standing water for the larva eggs. they will treat your yard, too. if you have a big problem, they will spray. >> contra costa is asking residents to report any day biting mosquitoes. >> i am going to buy some "off"
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before i get to the house. liz: the president of san francisco's board of supervisors said he has no intention of resigning after allegations he harassed a cadet. the cadet is asking for a review of the case. we interviewed the cadet and the supervisor and have the story. >> i want him to tell the truth. >> he granted us an interview stating he wanted to clear his name and remind people of what happened on that busy morning of pride weekend, june 24, when the board president went through one of the security checkpoints at san francisco city hall. in the past, the supervisor would get screened with a handheld security want. >> it was really crowded. i tried to give him a warning he would have to take off his belt. he decided he was not going to do it. >> unwilling to cooperate, cadet
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butler set supervisor walton verbally harassed him in front of everyone waiting in line. >> he points out the window and says it is people that look like you who are a problem. he continues to go on and say this is some -- and repeats it again. at that point, butler said his supervisor allowed walton to go to the checkpoint but not without in his words threatening him. >> as he his walking toward the elevator he looks a b and goes, you must not know who i am. >> we went over the city's harassment free workplace policy put out by the human resources department. it states that harassment consists of unwelcome visual, verbal or physical conduct. supervisor walton has gone on the record, accusing the sheriff's department of retaliating against him, stating we approached walton who a fewti
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weeks ago asked a school board member to resign after she made some racially insensitive remarks toward black and latino families. what is your reaction to all of this? >> you have asked her to resign and she apologized. >> let me be clear about this. she made racist remarks toward the black and brown population. that has nothing to do with the inaccuracies reported by the sheriff's department. >> should you resign? >> of course not. >> none of the supervisors have asked walton to resign with the exception, most have remained quiet. >> i have no intention to do that. >>y eson is, you supported collins and then you asked herig
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him to resign, the answer is no. >> abc 7 news did cover the press conference on evictions for newscast. cadet butler says at this point, an apology from walton would not mean much to him. >> i do feel offended by some of the things he said as far as comments about it being about solidarity between two black men, i do not agree with that at all. liz: let's get a check outside. lisa: it is mild out there despite using the wipers now and again. a lot of cloud cover to start out. we will see some sun. we will talk about a slightly warmer outlook for the first full week -- is that right? i will get it right when we come back. liz: also ahead, san francisco
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liz: welcome back. here is a live look from the golden gate bridge. the time is 5:13. it is 61 degrees in san francisco. a driver is in critical condition after a fiery crash in los angeles. the driver is actress anne heche. a car slammed into a home yesterday, sparking a fire. investigators say the driver was going so fast that the mini-cooper crashed 30 feet into the home. rescuers freed a woman who was trapped in the vehicle as flames spread. records show the car is registered to anne heche but officials have not confirmed the
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driver's identity. the woman inside the home at the time of the crash was not hurt. the city of oakland held an event in memory of bill russell. his family moved to oakland when he was eight years old. he became a star, winning 11 championships with the boston celtics and becoming the first black coach in professional sports. next week, flags at oakland city hall will be flown at half staff in honor of the basketball legend. a street renaming is also in the works. russell passed away over the weekend at 88 years old. the latest regarding brittney griner. the russian government said it is open to talks about a possible swap. the russian foreign minister told reporters the kremlin is ready to discuss. this topic, in his words. later, a spokesperson for president putin warned
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washington against publicizing the issue. comments came at the southeast asian nation summit in cambodia, also attended by antony blinken. >> what foreign minister lavrov said this morning publicly is they are prepared to engage through channels we have established to do just that and we will be pursuing that. liz: the u.s. has proposed a swap involving griner and another american imprisoned for a -- a russian judge convicted griner of drug smuggling and sentenced her to nine years in prison. calls for investigation are being buried after a clash between security guards and activists occupying an elementary school shuttered by the district. the two sides or blend get other for the chaos at parker elementary in east oakland. the district released a
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statement saying the school was empty when staffers entered, change the locks and reset the alarm. somehow people were able to get back in and that prompted the clash. people who have occupied the building for two months refuted the claims and denied being trespassers. >> this is an trespassing, it is a community building. everyone you see standing around, this is what this was intended for. liz: this was the first confrontation between the two sides since the occupation began. amazon is buying irobot for $1.7 billion. shares rocketed up by 20% yesterday before the opening bell. the deal must be approved by shareholders and regulators and would expand amazon's reach into robotics. privacy experts fear this is a new way for amazon to get even more data on you so they can have an advantage in the market.
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it is already compatible with amazon's alexa. san francisco city college has reopened its campus. the school struggles with the climbing enrollment numbers. abc 7 news explains what is being done to bring the campus back to life. >> it is a day more than two years in the making. >> a special day. i would like to call it a mission day in san francisco. >> city college provides free tuition to all san francisco residents. it opens access to those living in or around the mission district instead of having to travel across town to their main campus. >> this is what we need. there is nothing better that you can give to a community than education. the future is ours. >> the campus still faces an uphill battle. before the pandemic, they had 8000 registered students,
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compared to today with just 300. >> something the interim dean of students blames the pandemic on. >> the pandemic, and prior to that, enrollment had been going down in california. >> the retiring dean said there were dozens of teachers laid off. >> in order to balance the budget, there was a layoff of teachers and you do not have classes. >> a student trustee said the majority of his peers were not willing to adapt to the digital atmosphere. >> having to adapt to technology, not being hands-on, that took a long time. i know a lot of students felt that was not their approach so they took a step back and focused on life and not school. >> the campus is ramping up recruitment and marketing efforts and now offering dual
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enrollment to highschoolers to fill the classrooms up. >> the focus is to bring students back to make sure they know the campus is open. liz: members of the oakland dynamite. football team got to meetuaer ahe got to visit broncos training camp. last weekend, the dynamites game at oakland tech high school was interrupted by gunfire. three people, including a six-year-old girl, were hit by gunshots. josh johnson is an oakland native. he organized this visit after learning the team would be in the denver area. what a nice way to reach out because that was such a sad situation. i am glad the children got the opportunity. let's talk about the local weather. lisa: clouds in the morning, a
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breeze in the afternoon but sunshine brightening things up. despite cooler than average weather for most of us, it has been running below average in our inland valleys. we will turn up the heat through the workweek. here is a look at live doppler 7. fog extends over 2000 feet. they have reached into our inland valleys. mi and drizzlest not only -- mist and drizzle. conditions are looking pretty good in terms of the dk of slightlevated. itinhe 60's outhe. us, allowing numbers in the mid 60's. 65 in fremont. there are two to three degrees warmer than we were yesterday at this time. sfo, waking up with the sun
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coming up at 6:12, setting at 8:17. very little change through your sunday and then into monday, as well. we begin a bit of a warm up through the middle of the week. that will be for our inland valleys and around the bay shoreline. temperatures climbing through the 70's, some 80's around fremont and 90's back toward our inland valley. we check out the fog deck, through 7:30, socked in. sunshine down the coastline, even half moon bay. the fog quickly comes back into our inland valleys. that is a pretty tall deck. clearing to the coast. san francisco today, outside lands, starting in the low 60's, 10:00 with a gray sky. noon time, 64.
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20 miles per hour through the afternoon. we will look for low 60's after that. a pretty nice day. low 70's in oakland today. 76 in san mateo. the sea breeze kicking up. 78 in palo alto. cool day for parts of wine county. 79 in napa. mid 80's in our inland valleys. . the seven-day forecast, little change through today and tomorrow. bayshore, upper 80's inland. you will notice the change with lower humidity. as we get through the early part of the week, maybe touching 90 inland by wednesday and thursday. so far, we have seen all of july with no extremes and we are following that suit for august.
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liz: the world of vegan influencer gets put into the spotlight in a new movie on hulu. the main storyline focuses on a woman who will do just about anything to get noticed. >> have you ever wanted to be noticed so badly? you did not even care what it was for? >> she plays a woman who feels invisible. >> i do not feel like you take me seriously as a writer. >> that is because you are not a writer. you are a photo editor. >> she decides to use those skills to attract attention for herself. faking a trip to paris and
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posting it all over social media. when paris is hit with terrorists attacks, she fakes her return and is a social media star for all the wrong reasons. i wrote down it is uncomfortable to watch her go through this. >> i love that response. the word you used -- uncomfortable -- i talk about a lot. i was uncomfortable, too, playing her. i felt really uncomfortable doing the things i was doing. >> are you ok? >> yes. [laughter] why? >> i do not think i would ever be ok. >> right now, i am ok. >> she is misguided. she is a product of her environment. that being said, i am not defending her actions or approving anything she is doing. i do not find her to be a
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deplorable, unlovable person. i find her to be lost and lonely. >> she said the online world is a tricky one. >> it is not a scam. it has a website. >> i have always existed online. i only remember my life as having an online existence. i have a different relationship to social media then maybe you would. mine is probably much less healthy. liz: y can catch not ok right now on hulu. disney is the parent company of hulu and abc 7. still to come, and update from the cdc when it comes to monkeypox. a positive update in napa as concerns continue over legion air's disease.
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>> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. liz: good morning, everyone. we will start this half-hour with another look at the forecast. let's get over to meteorologist lisa argen. lisa: good morning, everyone. a lot of low -- clouds and drizzle. 64 in santa clara. 62 in san francisco and upper 50's with some lower clouds at the shoreline. as we wake up this morning, it is gray but the clouds are retreating by lunchtime. upper 60's around hayward, mid 70's inland. a sunny day in the city. the breeze kicks up over 20 miles per hour. a very pleasant afternoon. not as warm as it could be for this time of year.
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we will talk about the warm up. liz: a new cdc report shows monkeypox is predominantly affecting men but doctors warn anyone to get the virus. the biden administration says all options are on the table. christine sloan has more. >> health officials are investigating after an adult at an daycare tested positive for monkeypox. several children might have been exposed. >> people who have been exposed, potentially, do not need to be in quarantine. they are being screened and assessed. >> friday the cdc released a report showing 99% of the monkeypox cases in the u.s. so far have been among men. among a smaller subset of cases, recent sexual behavior, 94% reported recent sexual contact with another man. doctors say anyone to get the virus. the cdc says close physical
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contact seems to be the highest risk for transmission. there are more than 7500 cases across 48 states. >> i want everyone to realize we are all at risk. >> health officials say there are more than one million vaccine doses going out to states but that is not enough to cover everyone who is eligible. the cdc estimates up to 1.7 million people are at high risk. in new york city, the epicenter of the virus, vaccination sites will be. into whether it can stretch the vaccine supply by pulling five doses out of a single vaccine vial without sacrificing safety or efficacy. >> the by demonstration says all options are on the table to
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increase access to vaccines, including the defense production act. christine sloan, abc news, new york. liz: the state of indiana has approved legislation to ban access to all abortions. it is the first state to approve the ban since the overturn of roe versus white. the governor signed the legislation. the new law comes with exemptions, including cases of incest, rape, protection of life of the mother. it will go into effect september 15. in the north bay, napa county has deemed drinking water safe to drink over rising concerns of legionnaires' disease. this comes after the napa health department said there was an outbreak of the disease. the tapwater is carefully monitored and treated throughout different locations.
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earlier this week we were afforded on a service -- reported on a source of legionnaires' disease. new developments in the criminal case involving a replica of the batmobile from the 1960's tv show. the san mateo county district attorney called off the arraignment for the batmobile builder who is facing criminal charges. the district attorney is taking action after watching the first two investigations on this case. >> san mateo county district attorney is canceling the august 19 hearing for a minister and owner of a garage in indiana that builds replica batmobile's. >> i said what about this, this and this? i want more detail before a final decision. >> that is a change. >> it is a change other than it would just be an arraignment. >> what spurred that?
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>> you, candidly. >> he saw our investigations questioning why the sheriff sent for investigators more than 2000 miles to logansport, indiana to raid his garage. >> what role did your office plate in the planning or approval of the raid? >> zero. >> you did not know they would be sending a team to indiana? >> nodded off. >> in his --. >> not at all. >> he said he had never seen a raid like this in another state for a nonviolent theft case. >> if the person they went to arrest was the godfather in new york city, maybe you go for a few more people. sources inside the tell me this was the sheriff doing a favor for a friend. what is your take? >> i hope not.
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i hope not. >> the sheriff remains on his month-long vacation and his office says he cannot talk to me because he is concentrating on giving answers to the board of supervisors. i had an interview scheduled for the abc 7 studios at 3:00 p.m. but he bound out a short time before. his lawyer was insistent sam wants to clear his name. now, he said he is concerned about discussing evidence in an ongoing criminal matter. he has been receiving harassing texts and phone calls. he shared a few. i spotted a police car in front of his home. i discovered what a car enthusiast he is from the public file on his 2020 divorce. he got to keep his ford f1 50, vw bus, 2008 bentley, electric
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golf cart, two boats and motorcycles and a batmobile. after he paid $170,000 toward his replica, he said he could not get in touch with him for eight months and the realtor missed a $20,000 payment so he moved him from first position to the ninth customer in line. >> he did payoff the entire car at that point but he was absolutely livid to find out his car would be delayed. >> i watched him interview. if that is the scenario, that is a civil case. it is that simple. >> this has been a nightmare. >> i spoke to him again to hear his reaction to his arraignment getting canceled. >> if you had a chance right now to say something to him, what would you tell him? >> if you want your car, you
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have to stop doing these things but it is only slowing down and delaying your car. i want to finish your car. that is what i do, i fulfill dreams. i have never not fulfilled a dream in making sure someone gets there batmobile. it will be worth it. i promise. >> there is a statement that insists the realtor is a victim of fraud. he said he asked for a refund. he no longer has the $210,000. his bank account is still frozen but at least he is not worrying about a trip to california. liz: if you have a story for the abc 7 news i team, go to still ahead on abc 7 mornings, serves up. we will explain why dogs are now
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surfing. here is a live look outside. you can see a beautiful, cool start to the morning. 5:38. check out this time space wormhole i creat how's it work? let me see your togo, and i'll show you. "poof" burt, you have my lunch. introducing togo's new pastrami cheese ste loaded with our world famous pastrami, sauteed mushrooms, roasted red peppers, and smothered with melty american cheese. the new pastrami cheese steak. try steak or chicken, too. now at togo's now you can save big on supersonic wifi from xfinity. can it handle all of my devices? oh, all that. and it comes with a 2-year rate guarantee. what?! ok! no annual contract. no equipment fees. oh, and a free streaming box. oh, i like streaming. it's all just $50 a month when you add xfinity mobile with unlimited data.
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liz: welcome back. here is a live look at the city skyline this morning from our exploratorium camera. the palace of fine arts in san francisco is now a historical landmark. the commission made the designation yesterday. the palace was designed by an architect for the 1915 international exposition. it was later reconstructed in its current form, completed in 1974. california landmarks have statewide significance. man's best friend is hitting the waves in pacifica. talented dogs who surf will
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gather for the championships. it includes a pet wellness fair, a costume contest and even a yappy hour event. it starts at 9:00 in the morning. attendance is free, except for those competing. that is something i might actually have to go to. lisa: go check it out? [laughter] that would be kind of cute. a live look outside. look at visibility, plenty of 60's out there. a lot of gray skies. we will be in full sunshine mode for the most part. liz: also next, a comeback story decades in the making. there is a new hurdle for this former endangered species.
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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.
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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. liz: welcome back. here is a live look at the san
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mateo bridge. 5:44. new developments with elon musk and twitter. elon musk has filed a counter suit and has accused the company of fraud. twitter found a lawsuit to force him to go through with his $44 billion bid that musk is now trying to walk away from. it has subpoenaed some of elon musk's associates. the california -- spent nearly 40 years on the endangered species list before making a comeback. now they face a new challenge. abc 7 news spoke with experts trying to figure out what is going on. >> we continue to be on high alert. >> the ceo of international bird rescue is alarmed about why so many brown pelicans have found up in his rehabilitation hospitals in the bay area and southern california. >> the only thing they have in
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common is starvation and emaciation and dehydration. >> he said since may, 334 brown pelicans have been cared for, 50 were found stranded. >> filled with pelicans. >> some of the birds suffering secondary injuries from fishing hooks over hit by cars trying to find food in unusual places. >> the big mystery is why are they starving? >> they come in with broken wings. >> they have also cared for the injured birds. >> we in 2022 have admitted 14 emaciated pelicans. in 2021, we admitted four. >> expert said the pelicans tested negative for the flu which is on the rise but climate change is another theory. >> ocean temperatures can be a concern. if the water is warmer it drives fish away.
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the water temperatures are not high. >> the california department of fish and wildlife that pelicans feed primarily on anchovies but anchovies are currently abundant and it is not clear why the pelicans were not able to find enough prey over the short timeframe inmate. it could be that unusually strong winds interfered with their ability to forage. many pelicans are still starving. dozens have died. about 197 birds have been released into the wild after rehabilitation while experts try to understand why many of these amazing seabirds are going hungry. >> this could easily be an indicator of a larger problem we just do not know what the problem is. liz: let's get a check of the forecast now. it was really windy this week in the city. lisa: those microclimates, for sure, in your neighborhood, but
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in the city, the onshore flow has not gone anywhere. a low cloud deck to start out. visibility and half moon bay, 1.5 miles. it will continue to fluctuate a little bit. visibility elsewhere is pretty good. 59 and half moon bay, 61 in belmont. mid-60's in oakland, 65 in san jose. the sun coming up in another 20 to 25 minutes. we are looking at the morning drizzle, sunny afternoon. even though we will have sunshine in the 60's with breezy onshore winds in the city, tuesday we begin to change and turn a corner. wednesday and thursday, we are warming up. here is a look at the warm up on wednesday. 90's returning inland. 76 in oakland. that is a few degrees warmer. the onshore flow at the coast. thursday, one of the warmer
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afternoons. mid to upper 70's around the bayshore. once again, we should be warmer in our inland valleys, even toward wine country, where it has been pretty comfortable. we have escaped the heat spikes we could get in the summertime. it is early we still have september and october to go. for the next two days, we will look for saturday, fog to sun, breezy weather and typical san francisco days. 82 in san jose today. 79 in sunnyvale. mid 70's and san mateo, 80 in redwood city. san francisco with some sun in the afternoon, 68. some clouds clinging to half moon bay throughout the day. north bay, numbers ranging from the low 80's in sonoma. 78 today in santa rosa. vallejo, 76.
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the rest of the east bay numbers in the mid 70's. 78 in fremont. it has not been too hot. mid 80's in pleasanton. 87 in antioch. the seven-day forecast, temperatures in the mid 60's through the week along the coast. you will notice a very subtle warm up toward the middle of the week for much of our bayside and inland communities. today and tomorrow, low clouds and fog. breezy winds. by the middle of the weekend, five degrees or so inland. getting spoiled with these mild afternoons, it could be well into the 90's. liz: certainly spoiled. let's talk sports. the giants and a's will square off today. the bay bridge series kicks off at the oakland coliseum this evening at 4:07. another 40 nighters great will
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be enshrined in the hall of fame today. here is larry beil. >> giants and a's off last night. they will play each other today. the focus is on football. hall of fame weekend in canton, ohio. brian young getting the -- bryant young getting the coveted gold jacket. brandon spent part of last season in kyle shanahan's doghouse. he is making levi's stadium his house. he is known for being super quiet but making some noise this training camp. >> he was shocking us by talking at the end of the day. walking up to jed and asking what was going on. want to get my office randomly and staring at me and saying hi. he started doing that a ton and it has led to a good off-season. >> warriors star steph curry,
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fresh off winning a fourth title and celebrating his 11th anniversary with his wife. a camp for basketball players. chris mullen. the goal is to teach delete, talented kids -- teach elite, talented kids to keep getting better. >> try to be a part of their journey to get to the next level. there is a lot of talent and a lot of skill out there but we want to give them perspective and intangibles to know how to play the game the right way and have fun. >> dog adoption day in san francisco. -- down the line for the winter. she takes the first set, 7-6. she is from spain. volley clips the net.
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she advances to the semis, 7-6, 6-2. espn2 transforms once a year. dodgeball is tremendous. what a backflip. perhaps the greatest sport ever. the staircases covered with soap. you try to get to the top and people are yanking you down. the fun part is watching everyone crash. there has to be a rule against that. nobody cares. pulling your opponent down is apparently encouraged. there they go. that is a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody. i am larry beil. liz: the march of the penguins happening in san francisco.
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liz: 2 5 29 64-69 the mega ball 18. nobody picked all six numbers tuesday night's jackpot increases to 52 million dollars. alright up an early at 10 am today. san francisco zoo will be holding its annual march of the penguins five modulanic penguin chicks will waddle walk and make their first swim into their new home at penguin island. the chicks will be graduating from fish school where they were taught how to swim and eat a whole fish. they'll be joining the zeus 54 other resident penguins due to oil spills and declining populations. magellanic penguins are listed as near threatened by the international union for conservation of nature. san francisco zoo is one of the largest breeding colonies under human care. the graduation ceremony is open to the public but advanced registration is required. all right, do you go to this or do you go to the dog surfing
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the party is back at san francisco's golden gate park with a big day ahead. outside lands has returned to its summer date for the first time in years and the pandemic restrictions are gone. good morning everybody. it's saturday, august 6th. i'm liz croix. thanks again for joining us and we're going to start. hour with another check of the forecast with meteorologist lisa arjun. hi lisa. hey liz, nice dramatic view behind you with the sun coming up and about 10 minutes, and we're looking at a lot of low clouds, but some of the clouds are thinner and so that's why we're looking at a some brighter a about t 64 o inthe bay but on the coast some fog at 59 and from our exploratorium we're in the low. santa rosa and by the delta as well. there's a look at sfo. we will have partly cloudy skies throughout much of the morning hours and then temperatures will start climbing through the 70s and our inland valleys by


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