tv Today in the Bay NBC July 9, 2022 7:00am-8:00am PDT
good morning. it is 7:00 on saturday, july 9th. we are looking outside, at the ships on the shining. we saw some water droplets scattering a bit ago. looks like a nice start for saturday. thank you so much for starting your weekend with us, i am kira klapper. meteorologist terry hall is in, joins us with a quick look at your micro climate forecast.
>> there is nothing you can see right now on this camera, but this is our start on the this saturday morning, as we are getting that drizzle coming down. then as we look away from that, it is clear and sunny. taking a live look outside at san jose, the sun is just teaming into the camera. we will start with temperatures in the low 60s. it is going to be to upper 70s, here. we will see some low 80s for some of our in rosa. now, we are also keeping an eye on the . this is a live look at yosemite, where temperatures to date will get really hot. that of course will be bad for the crews trying to contain the fire. we will continue that coverage. i had to you, kira. >> kerry, thank you so much. we began the day with planes tearing through yosemite national park, we have time- lapse video of the washburn
fire. you can see the glow of the planes on the ridge as the sun went down last night. the wildfire actually broke out on thursday. the map shows you exactly where it is burning. not too far from yosemite south entrance near the campground. overnight, the fire grew to more than 700 acres, that is tripling in acreage since 7:00 p.m. last night. planes made their way inside maricopa grove, to him says they are headed to the group to wrap the trees in fire resistant foil. we saw something similar in the sequoia national park last year, you might recall. so far, no reports of major damage to the famous trees. but flames are also threatening the historic lodge, the -- hotel. it has been evacuated, as has the low one a campground. back in the bay area,
firefighters worked for the night to strengthen containment lines for a fire in morgan hill. the arms the fire is burning in the area of arms the lane, an unincorporated part of santa clara county. it is 30% contained, crews have held it to five acres. the fire initially prompted evacuation orders, but those have since been lifted. turning now to a bay area doctor and professor who is getting attention because of her idea to expand abortion access. she tells us she is learning to take a boat along the gulf of mexico, and provide reproductive care for patients along the coast, in states where abortion access is banned or limited. -- explains. >> reporter: as an ob/gyn, dr. -- performed abortions for decades. when roe versus wade was overturned, it jumpstarted a vision she had been working on,
bringing abortion services to people who cannot access them on the waters. >> the idea, the concept is that the vessel will be in federal waters, the distance for which varies depending which state you are near. there will be various ways of transportation to the vessel, depending on the distance. >> autry says she and a team of licensed providers will travel by ship through the gulf of mexico and provide abortions up to 14 weeks. it would also offer other abortion services see that repetitive health clinics, like treatments for sti's, all at little or no cost. >> it would be funded with philanthropy. the patient care is on a needs basis. >> over the years, we have talked about things like boats out in federal waters, past the five mile line.
so, i am not surprised about it. >> it is welcome news for bay area planned parenthood chapters who have also been preparing for a post-roe world for a while, now. they say out-of-state demand at california clinics has actually been up for months already, due to policies in other states. >> i think people will be as creative as possible. the people that have the funds are getting on planes and flying. we have seen other people drive here. >> reporter: abortion providers are looking for ways to help low income folks, people of color, and other marginalized groups. for dr. audrey to carry out her plans, she does need to first secure a ship. once they have that, she says they will put the captain, crew, and medical team aboard and set sail. >> this provides access for those patients who would not otherwise have it. >> reporter: dr. audrey and her team maintain this is legal in federal waters. so, they expect eagle challenges every step of the way. her team has tapped some lawyers as they continue with this voyage. alyssa gord, today in the bay.
president biden signed an executive order to protect access to preventive health, including abortion and contraception. under the order, the administration will take steps to protect patient privacy, access to accurate information, and promote the safety and security of patients, providers, and clinics. it also directs the department of health and human services to approve access to abortion pills and various types of contraception. >> -- or for that matter republicans who for decades have pushed an extreme agenda, have a clue about the power of american women. they are about to find out, in my view. >> biden says that will happen at the ballot box in november. the president predicts women will vote in record numbers to reclaim their rights to privacy and choice. happening today, there will be rallies in support of reinstating roe versus wade. the group "rise up for abortion
rights" is holding events across the country, including two in the bay area. the march for reproductive rights at san jose city hall begins at noon, and in half moon bay, the cosign for choice event. people are invited to gather at 5:00 p.m. tonight at highway 1 and capistrano road. elon musk is backing out. yesterday, the world's richest man filed papers with the securities and exchange commission saying he wants out of the deal to buy twitter for $44 billion. muscat says the company has not lived up to their part of the deal. the twitter board says they will see him in court. >> reporter: the table is now set, here at twitter headquarters for what will be a major media legal dispute between billionaire elon musk and twitter. the ultimate judgment could be worth more than $40 billion. >> according to the news i saw, there are just so many fake
accounts. >> there was just too much unknown. >> reporter: bay area social media users response to the bombshell news that elon musk is backing out of his offer to buy twitter for $44 billion. in a letter to twitter, attorneys for muscat said in part that mr. musk is terminating the merger agreement because twitter is in "material breach of multiple provisions of that agreement, appears to have made false and misleading representations upon which mr. musk relied when entering the merger agreement." the letter is an exhibit in an securities and extend commission amended filing today that makes musk's intention to back out official. -- professor dr. nolan higdon, who specializes in media communications history, says he questions musk motives because of the timing, while the economy is tanking, and while both twitter and tesla face hiring freezes and the playoffs. >> -- some great opportunity to
protect free speech, but in reality, he was trying to make more profit. >> reporter: in a tweet, twitter board member brett taylor said twitter board is committed to closing the transaction on the price and terms agreed upon with musk, and plans to pursue legal action to enforce the merger agreement. he says they are confident twitter will prevail. professor -- compares the magnitude of mosques last- minute backup to roger ailes jumping ship at msnbc to take the helm at fox news in 1996. >> the creation of msnbc, then pulling out the last minute to jump over to fox news. that is kind of the last time i can think of something this massive happening, where audiences and those who report on the media world were so shocked. >> business and tech reporter scott budman says individual stockholders who have seen the values of their shares plummet during all this will likely join the twitter board in filing their own lawsuits
against musk. >> if indeed the deal is off, it will likely go down far below that. these people have held onto their stock. they had money they were promised. i see they are going to line up to sue musk, and the s.e.c. will likely also get involved. >> reporter: reached out to twitter and musk directly for additional comments, but neither responded. tom -- today in the bay. new district attorney, brooke jenkins sworn in at city hall yesterday. she served as assistant d.a. in san francisco for seven years before resigning, and joining the campaign to recall her boss. jenkins spoke about restoring accountability and about consequences in san francisco's criminal justice system. >> as your district attorney, i vow to continue our mission of being an advocate for victims, of pursuing justice for victims. that is our job. >> reporter: jenkins stressed that holding offenders accountable does not mean giving up on criminal justice reform. she says her first priority
will be restoring cohesiveness within the d.a. office. jenkins will also have to convince voters she should keep her job come november. it is 7:10 on saturday morning. much more ahead on today in the bay coming up. one star ratings they did not deserve, some of the best restaurants in the world being shaken down for bribes. the frustrat
welcome back, it is 7:13 on saturday morning. cloudy skies covering san francisco so far. we sought raindrops on our cameras in the city, but elsewhere in the north bay and south bay, sunshine as we start a warm weekend. there are so many unanswered questions following the assassination of former japanese prime minister shinzo abe. abe was shot last night while campaigning your kyoto. we must warn you, video from the scene is disturbing. ava had just started his speech when the killer opened fire from behind. you can see police, here, tackling the gunman to the ground. investigators say the suspect has confessed to killing abel, and that he used a handmade gun to do it. president joe biden visited the japanese embassy in the nation's capital to sign a
condolence book. biden had worked closely with the prime minister when he was vice president during the obama administration. president biden says he is deeply saddened by abe's death. >> we are going to learn more, as time goes on, about motive and all, but japan, truly, the present prime minister is a very solid guy. japan is a very, very stable ally. >> biden ordered that u.s. flags in all federal institutions be lowered to half staff. the bay area is home to the two largest remaining japan towns in the u.s., san francisco and san jose are both in morning. the flags in san francisco's japan town were lowered to half staff and honor. this week, the book of condolence will be available for the community to sign, at the consulate general of japan in san francisco. turning now to renewed calls for more cameras along east bay freeways.
it comes after a shooting along eastbound 580 and san leandro thursday afternoon. one -- was hurt and rushed to the hospital. they are expected to recover. but it happened just half a mile from where another freeway shooting was captured by a dash cam route last month. the first batch of new cameras is expected to be installed this fall, with 200 installed by spring. they will be put in 50 locations across alameda, orange counties. happening today, solano county is working to get guns off the street. the city of fairfield, along with the -- foundation is holding a gun buyback event at the mount calvary baptist church on enterprise drive, from 9:30 this morning until 2:00 this afternoon. it is a drive-up only event. weapons must be in your trunk and unloaded. boxed ammunition will be
accepted but explosives will not. gift cards will be given on a first-come first-served basis in exchange for guns and ammunition. all buybacks are anonymous with no questions asked. now, a google review scan that looks a lot like extortion. several high-end san francisco restaurants have been hit by a stream of cookie-cutter negative reviews, then email to the owners demanding money to stop posting the one star reviews. it happens to third cousin in bernal heights over the holiday weekend and tonight bird on gulf street. >> i would say it has been a really hard couple years. in all honesty, it is probably a really small thing, these reviews, but it felt like a tipping point, this is ridiculous. we are fighting for reservations with so many restaurants, for one person to put 10 one star reviews, someone might not look past those. a similar scam went around in 2018, but now it is back.
and physical, chicago, and other new cities. google is encouraging users and business owners to flag suspicious activity to them in a statement they wrote, in part, our team is actively investigating the situation, and have already begun removing cases of policy violating content. policies state reviews must be based on real experiences. an iconic theater on the peninsula is reopening today after being shuttered since the start of the pandemic. the stanford theater was one of the first movie theaters to close back in march of 2020. they have since made some changes to ventilation system to help reduce the risk of covid infection. the theater reopens today for weekend showings. this weekend, movies from the 1930s, including -- and top hat. a baby bear is now back with his mom after getting stuck inside a lake tahoe area home. the nonprofit organization bear lead says this little cub was
climbing around the windows, desperately looking for a way out. his mom and brother were waiting outside on the deck for him. when bear leave arrived, they say mama seems to know they were there to help, and she patiently stood back as volunteers went in and brought him out back to his mama's care. he is way up that wall. goodness, glad he is okay. it is 7:19, 10 a to check in with meteorologist kari hall, with a look at our micro climate forecast. good to see you. >> it is a weird morning out there, foggy and wet in san francisco, but sunny in the north and south bays. >> this is really our typical start in july. that is why they call it gray sky july. and it is reaching over toward oakland, too. so we are starting out with a deep marine layer that gives us gives a foggy, cloudy start to the morning, but it will clear off today. it is shaping up to be a really nice one. i hope you had a chance to get
out and enjoy it. we are going to talk about something is going on around the bay area to enjoy your weekend. first of all, in san francisco, there is a folk festival happening. you can enjoy live music right there at golden gate park at the bandshell. it starts around noon. the temperature is 63 degrees and it will still be cloudy, so make sure you wear long sleeves or a jacket. then, as we go into the rest of the day, that son will break down and we will head toward the mid-60s were golden gate park. for warmer weather, head to the south bay. here is the island reggae festival, happening all day at the santa clarita county fairgrounds. it starts at 11:00. we are going to see temperatures in the low 70s and right son throughout the day. you want to make sure you have sunscreen, bottles of water. our temperature is heading to the upper 70s, but it does go on throughout the evening. those temperatures will drop into the low 60s. if you do want to go to the
coastline today, have plans to head to the beach, half moon bay will be only in the low 60s. so if you are traveling from some of those in land areas where it is warm and sunny, plan to have your blanket, your jacket, all those things to keep warm at the beach today. there will be some sunshine, but the fog will roll through, too. for the in land east bay, if you do plan to head out for a hike, those temperatures are headed for the mid-70s at noon, then mid 80s in the afternoon. probably the earlier, the better when it comes to hiking outdoors. we will see warmer temperatures in land, spots like fairfield will be headed for 88 degrees, 84 in morgan hill, and 86 in santa rosa. but tomorrow, if napa is in your plans, we have upper 80s for the high, and 94 degrees in concord, 99 in fairfield. it is also going to be hot as a lot more people are heading back on monday, -- reading 92 degrees, and 82 in hayward. our seven-day forecast, really temperatures spiking up over the next few days, reaching the 90s, then upper 80s as we head toward tuesday. we will see it slightly cooler
heading into the middle of next week. meantime, san francisco seems to be stuck in this pattern. we are not going to see much change, here. highs reach to the upper 60s. each and every morning, we start out with this gray sky july we are seeing right now. we will see some sunshine for the afternoon. >> i never knew that. i love it. thanks, carrie. it is 7:22 now. much more ahead on today in the bay. coming up, a center for teens opening on the peninsula, how aye youth pl it's time for our lowest prices of the season on the sleep number 360 smart bed. why choose proven quality sleep from sleep number? because every green thumb, 5k, and all-day dance party starts the night before. the sleep number 360 smart bed senses your movements and automatically adjusts to help keep you both comfortable all night and to help you get almost 30 minutes more restful sleep per night.
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welcome back. generous donors have tried to improve the lives of young people in east palo alto, but that is only part of the story. they asked the young people they wanted to help what they wanted. today, garvin thomas shares the story. >> reporter: the answer to that question is this: epicenter, a brand-new, creative learning space for the youth of east palo alto, designed in great part by the youth of east palo alto. >> that really was our beginning, kind of looking at each other and saying, what if we did this? what if we did it differently? >> reporter: close to 10 years ago, marsha and john goldman sought input from a group of east palo alto teens as to how their foundation could best
help them. they did not at the time have any idea what that would be. >> we do not know what they want, we did not know what they wanted. look what came out of it. >> reporter: what came out is a 25,000 square foot space, not just for dance, art, and music instruction, but nature photography, skateboard design, and drone flying lessons. all of it, the curriculum, the building design, even the name were chosen in consultation with the palo alto youth. >> i remember when they first asked us, do you want to name it epicenter or some other name? we immediately set epicenter. >> reporter: stacy edwards is one of those young people, who now works at epicenter as a program intern. >> it felt like selling it did not really belong in palo alto at first, to be honest with you, because of how new it is. but to see the color and to see the youthful look on the building, i knew that it was something that belonged here. >> this is one of two visual
arts studios. right here, we do painting and drawing. >> reporter: nadine rambo is epicenter's executive director but she spent a career in arts and education, believing it has the power to change not just lives but entire communities. when she heard about epicenter, nadine recognized immediately its potential and knew she wanted to be part of it. >> art education has normally been about students creating things we will put on a wall, maybe on a refrigerator or something like that. but actually creating something big that can change other people's lives is the quintessential essence of creativity, and what arts education should do. it just impressed me. >> that was garvin thomas for us. 7:27, much more ahead for you on today in the bay. coming up determined to do something after the fall of roe versus after the fall of roe versus wade, the - [announcer] the more we learn about covid-19,
good morning, it is saturday, july 9th, 7:30. we take a live look outside at the sun, shining brightly over san jose. what a gorgeous way to start what should be a warm weekend. thank you so much for starting it with us, i am -- meteorologist cary hall joined us. hey, carrie. >> good morning. though it is a hazy sunshine, we
get a live look outside. it is if you're going to head out soon, still in the upper 50s, but we will see those temperatures warming up fast today. it will be a really nice one. in fact, a little cooler compared to yesterday. -- had for 77 degrees, we will see a high of 82 in livermore. in the north bay, highs reach 86 degrees, while san francisco will be in the upper 60s. here is a live look at yosemite valley this morning. all that smoke. we are seeing low visibility, there. parts of the park are closed as the washburn fire continues. right now, those temperatures are in the mid 60s, but it is going to be a hot day, making it very tough for those crews who are fighting that fire. i will send it back to you, kira. >> yeah, kari. thanks so much. we have time-lapse videos of the washburn fire. you can see the glow of the
flames burning on the ridge as the sun went down last night . the wildfire broke out on thursday. we had a map that shows exactly where it is burning. you can see it is not too far from yosemite south entrance, near -- can't run. overnight, the fire grew to more than 700 acres. the acreage has tripled in size since 7 p.m. last night. flames also have made their way inside the mariposa grove of giant sequoia's. -- team is headed to the grove to wrap the trees in fire resistant foil. you might remember when fire crews did something similar in sequoia national park last year to protect the trees. so far, we are told there are no reports of any major damage to these famous trees. flames also are threatening the historic lodge -- lodge hotel, which has been evacuated as has the campground. we shift gears now, turning to one bay area doctor and professor who has an idea to expand abortion access by creating a floating clinic.
she tells us she is planning to take a boat along the gulf of mexico and provide reproductive care for patients in states along the coast where abortion access has been banned or limited. today in the days alyssa gord explains. >> it is my life's work. >> reporter: as an ob/gyn, dr. meg autry has performed abortions for decades. when roe versus wade is overturned, it just started a vision she had been working on, bringing abortion services to people who cannot access them on the water. >> the idea, the concept is that the vessel will be in federal waters. the distance for sure to qualify for that varies right which state you are near. there will be various ways of transportation to the vessel, depending on the distance. >> reporter: autry says she and a team of licensed providers will travel by ship through the gulf of mexico and offer
abortions up to 14 weeks. they would also offer other services at sea at reproductive clinics, like treatments for sti's, all at little or no cost. >> this is going to be funded with philanthropy. the patient care is on a needs basis. >> over the year, we talked about things like boats out in federal waters, past the five mile line. so, i am not surprised about it. >> reporter: it is welcome news for planned parenthood chapters in the bay area, who have also been preparing for a post-roe world for a a while, now. they say out-of-state demand at california clinics has actually been up for months already due to policies and other states. >> i think people are going to be as creative as possible. the people that have the funds for it are getting on planes and flying. we have seen other people drive here. >> reporter: abortion providers are looking for ways to help low income folks, people of color, and other marginalized groups.
her doctor autry to carry out her plan, she does need to secure a ship first. once they have that, she says they will put the captain, crew, and medical team aboard and set sail. >> this provides access to those patients that would not otherwise have it. >> reporter: doctor autry and her team to maintain this is legal in federal waters. so, they expect legal challenges every step of the way. so, her team has tapped some lawyers as they continue with this voyage. alyssa goard, today in the bay. yesterday, president biden signed an executive order to protect access to reproductive health , including abortion and contraception. under the order, the administration will take steps to safeguard patient privacy, access to accurate information, and promote the safety and security of patients, providers, and clinics. it also directs the department of health and human services to boost access to abortion pills and various types of contraception. >> -- or for that matter, the public for decades have pushed
an extreme agenda, i doubt they have a clue about the power of american women. they are about to find out in my view. >> biden says that will happen at the ballot box in november. the president predicts women will vote in record numbers to reclaim their rights to privacy and choice. happening today, there will be rallies in support of reinstating roe versus wade. >> the group rise up for abortion rights is holding events across the country, including two here in the bay area. there is the march for reproductive rights at san jose city hall, starting at noon. then, in half moon bay, the cosign for choice event, you're invited to join at 5:00 p.m. at highway 1 and capistrano road. turning out to elon musk, he is backing out. yesterday, the world's richest man fired papers with the securities and exchange commission saying he wants out of the deal to buy twitter for
$44 billion. mosca says the company has not lived up to their part of the deal. the twitter board says they will see him in court. today in the days tommy -- reports. >> table is now set at twitter headquarters for what will be a major immediate legal dispute between billionaire elon musk and twitter, and an ultimate judgment that could be worth more than $40 billion. >> according to the news i saw, there are just so many fake accounts -- >> there was just too much in the deal, too much unknown. >> reporter: bay area social media users responded to the bombshell news that elon musk is backing out of his offer to buy twitter for $44 billion. in a letter to twitter, attorneys for mosca said in part that mr. musk is determining the merger agreement because "twitter is in material breach of multiple provisions of that agreement, appears to have made false and misleading representations upon which mr. musk relied when entering into the merger agreement." the letter is an exhibit in a securities exchange commission amended filing today that makes mosques attempt to back out
official. professor dr. nolan hickman, who specializes in media medications history says he questions musk's motives because of the timing, when the economy tanking and both twitter and tesla face hiring freezes and the playoffs. >> for musk, he pretended this was some opportunity to protect free speech, when in reality, he was trying to make more profit. >> reporter: in a tweet, board member brett taylor said "the twitter board is committed to closing the deal on price and terms agreed upon with musk and plans to pursue legal action to force the merger agreement." he went on to say they are confident will prevail. professor higdon compares the magnitude of musk's last- minute backup to roger ailes jumping ship from msnbc to take the helm at fox news in 1996.
>> the person who led the creation of msnbc pulling out at the last minute, jumping over to fox news channel. that is the last time i can think of something this massive happening, where audiences and those who report on media were so shocked. >> reporter: business area reporter scott -- says individual stockholders who have seen the value of their shares plummet during this, will likely join the twitter board in filing their own lawsuit against musk. >> is indeed the deal is off, it will likely go down far below that. these people have held onto their stock. they had money they were promised. i see they are going to line up to sue musk, and the s.e.c. will likely also get involved. >> reporter: i reached out to and twitter directly at musk and twitter for additional comments, but neither responded. tom jensen, today in the bay. >> san francisco has a new district attorney, brooke jenkins was sworn in at city hall yesterday. she served as assistant d.a. in san francisco for seven years before resigning to join the campaign to recall her boss. jenkins stressed that holding offenders accountable does not mean giving up on progress of the criminal justice reform.
she will have to convince voters, though, that she should keep her job come november. >> turning out to covid, continuing its steady climb across california, new numbers showing the seven-day positivity rate is nearly 17%. back in april, positivity rates were less than 2%. flash forward to this week, 16.7%. here in the bay area, members are also trending up. moran has the lowest positivity at 14%. the llano and santa clara county, the highest, pushing toward 17%. it reinforces that we have known for a while, now. it is getting more difficult to avoid this latest variant of covid. at 7:40, still to come today. at 7:40, still to come today. if you
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happy saturday to you, it is 7:43. as you are making plans for the day, this is what you see out the window in san francisco. it is foggy, misty, and drizzly. we have had a lot of days like this recently, but we will see some clearing in the next couple hours, around 10:00 we will start to see the sun peek out and temperatures will start
to feel a little better. it will be in the mid 60s by the middle of the afternoon. for in land areas, it is all sunshine, all day long. so, if you are going to the alameda county bay, county fair, it is a nice day for it. temperatures had for the upper 70s in pleasanton and later on this evening, make sure you have a jacket whether you are going to see -- or the throne show, there is a lot going on, there. of course, the other side of the peninsula, we are heading to los altos for the art and wine festival happening today and tomorrow as well. at 10:00 in the morning, is when it begins. then, for the middle of the afternoon, here, we are also looking for some upper 70s with sunshine. in antioch today, not too hot to take kids to the park and enjoy time outdoors. at least the earlier the better, here, because we will see temperatures in the upper 60s at 9:00, then trending into upper 70s and then low 80s at 2:00 this afternoon. if you do plan to spend the day in napa, we start out with mild weather, but it will quickly warm-up, heading for the mid
80s. this will actually be cooler, compared to what we have coming our way tomorrow. as we go around to all of our microclimate, we are in upper 70s in san jose, a slight temperature drop, but we will have upper 80s in antioch. missed in sentences, reaching 61 in the marina district. our north bay temperatures reach up to 90 in clearlake, the mill valley will see a high of 77. we are getting ready for much hotter temperatures, especially for some of our in land valley like brentwood, tomorrow headed for triple digits and even hotter on monday. but then, we start to see it backing off just a little as we head toward the middle of next week, but still pretty hot, with low 90s, there. most of our inlet areas will go from 90s tomorrow to low 90s on monday, then mid 80s for the rest of the week with a mostly sunny sky. while we will see a lot of changes in the valley, san francisco will not see much change. in fact, we are in upper 60s all week, and we will see morning clouds, fog, and drizzle continuing pretty much into next week.
>> just another day in the bay area. >> microclimates, indeed. thank you so much, kari. it is 7:45 napa coming up on today in the bay -- mvp on the basketball court and looking basketball court and looking like one on the we call it oleyumi. you call it california. our land, our culture, our people once expansive, now whittled down to a small community. only one proposition supports california tribes like ours. while providing hundreds of millions in yearly funding to finally address homelessness in california. vote yes on 27. tax online sports betting and protect tribal sovereignty and help californians that are hurting the most.
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saturday morning, a live look outside as we see some hazy skies, but sunshine breaking through. meteorologist cary hall is predicting a warm weekend across the bay area. the giants 2022 seasons past the halfway point, came into yesterday's game against the san diego padres, a little more than 11 games behind the dodgers. bottom of the first inning, two runners on base, padres third baseman -- long pitch deep into left center, and over the wall. it was his 14th home run of the season and his second in two nights. the padres went up 3-0 and went on to win 6-3. in oakland, the capital a's hosting the houston astros, and bottom of the first, the capital a's took a rare early lead, a high ball that carried over the left field fence, the capital a's
were up 2-0, but good times did not last long. the astros scored three runs in top of the fourth inning, two of those came from this alex redman homer. the astros went on to win 8-3. steph curry is the undisputed king of 3 pointers but he may have just made the longest shot of his career. check this out, at the celebrity golf tournament in lake tahoe. curry said one high and deep with a little bit of backspin, and he was able to sink that shot from 97 yards out. you can see him getting fired up after it goes in, because he scored a rare eagle on that whole. wow, what can he not do? >> now, a live look at sfo, where airlines are on notice to let families sit together at no extra charge the transportation department sent notice to airlines to stake take steps during the ess to help kids und
sit next to their parents or at least an elder family member. another suggested strategy is setting aside areas for family seating. the biden administration also says it is going to monitor airlines starting in november and could propose new regulations if they do not improve. the trade group airlines for america and said carriers have always worked to accustom the accommodate customers who travel together. wildfire season is here in california, departments are on alert for the next major fire. a new study at stanford shows we need to do a better job protecting bay area residents from smoke. when smoke clogs our skies as we have seen in recent years, the bay area air quality management district 1st recommendation is to stay inside, close all windows and doors, and consider buying an air purifier. this new study found that advice is not much help for economically disadvantaged neighborhoods. although everyone in the city cared about air quality, how
much they could do to respond to poor air quality was largely tied to income. >> we see that across not just google searches, but in mobile phone tracking data, we can see wealthier households are more able to change movement patterns. >> the study recommends the county open more clean air sensors, and subsidize the cost of air purifiers in the short term. the bay area air district says they are trying to do just that. in the past year, they handed out 1200 air purifiers to low income families and hope to expand that program. they also said they are working with the state to open more clean air sensors in the coming months. at 7:52, up next, a look at the top stories were followed, including what if i sleep hot? ...or cold? including
don't miss our weekend special. save $1,000 on our most popular smart bed, plus free home delivery when you add a base. ends monday. welcome back. before we get to top stories, here is what you can expect tomorrow morning. >> good morning, kira. great to see you tomorrow morning on sunday. today, my conversation down the coast in los angeles with actor and entrepreneur jessica alba, who for the last decade has turned her focus from acting to running the pioneering honest company, which makes "chemical free" products popular with parents, even if they are not favorites of her own children.
people say they conceal their honest hand sanitizer. >> i think they are embarrassed of mom. like, come on. you should get your friends to use it, too. they are like no, that is the worst idea ever. >> reporter: jessica alba, product plus the latest news on a life well lived. sunday at 6 a.m. in the bay area. on the off chance you are not up that hour on a sunday, that is okay. set the dvr, and we will see you whenever you are ready for us. kira? >> thanks, willie. as mentioned, willy and jessica will be on tomorrow at 8:00. we hope you stay with us at 7:00. here is a look at the top stories we are following this saturday morning. >> a bay area doctor and professor gaining idea with a new idea to expand abortion access for women in a state where abortions are and or
limited. dr. meg autry tells us she is planning to take a boat along the gulf of mexico and provide reproductive care for patients in states like texas, louisiana, and alabama. she is traveling along federal waters to do so. they will offer abortions up to 14 weeks, plus other services you would find at a clinic, for little to no cost. one hitch: the group says they still need to acquire a boat. once they do, they said they have the medical staff and crew to set sail. >> happening today, rallies are taking place in support of reinstating roe v. wade. the group rise up for abortion rights is having meetings across the country today. in the bay area, there is a march for reproductive rights in san jose, beginning at city hall at noon, and on the peninsula, the cosign for choice event at half moon bay. people will gather at capistrano road at 5:00 p.m. tonight. turning now to flames tearing through parts of yosemite national park overnight. this is a time-lapse video of the washburn fire.
you can see the glow of the flames on the ridge as the sun went down. the wildfire broke out on thursday. this map shows you exactly where it is burning, not too far from yosemite south entrance, near the campground. flames also have made their way inside the mariposa grove of giant sequoias. overnight, the fire grew to more than 700 acres, tripling in size since 7:00 last night. the perfect time totime with ka we go . it >> yeah, how much things have grown overnight is heartbreaktt for them today, be of how hot it is going to be. we know there is so much fuel there. here in the bay area, we get a bit of a break from the warm temperatures. we see a stronger ocean breeze picking up, as our highs had for the mid-80s for concord, it will be upper 60s in san francisco. >> all right, a little of
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