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fire is difficult to access because of steep terrain. residents in fairfax and san geronimo are being warned that smoke from this fire could impact the area. (ken)lawrence, is the wind playing a big role in this fire lawrence karnow: it was a gorgeous suumer day around the bay area with sunshine all the way to the coast. hgihs today were in the 80s and 90s inland with 70s and 80s around the bay and 60s at the coast. hurricane florence is a very dangerous storm and headed toward the carolinas. olivia is about to hit the hawaiian islands. high pressure will bring another round of nice weather but it will be a little cooler tomorrow. highs will be in the 80s inland with 60s at the coast. it will continue to cool with a few clouds on tuesday throught thursday. it will be slightly warmer next weekend.
(pam) the department of justice has arrested nearly 3 - dozen suspects... following a years- long investigation that included multiple state agencies.(ken) the gang related scheme targeted credit card terminals from businesses in 13 different northern california counties. kron 4's ali reid joins us live from city carpets in san rafael ... and we're hearing that business owner was one of those hit? this has been a 3 year investigation ... into grand theft, burglary, and identity theft.and this particular business was targeted back in may, over the memorial day weekend.pkgsurveillance footage shows a dark colored vehicle roll up to city
carpets .... 2 people hop out ... break the glass to the front door ... rummage around the front desk ... then make a run for it. why a carpet store? this credit card machine is their money maker. they're basically modern day cash registersthe owner tells me by the time they opened the store the next morning ... nearly 30 thousand dollars was refunded fraudulently. apparently they were able to refund money from our machines to stolen credit cardsthe california attorney general and multiple state agencies announced the arrest and indictment of 32 people .... all related to 2 street gangs. for years the group has also targeted medical and dental offices. we found that these stolen terminals had been used to process over $1m in fraudulent returnsduring the process, 100's of identities were stolen.some of these debit cards had been opened in the names of patients and other victims whose information had been stolenca
attorney general is encouraging businesses to be proactive with data security and credit card machines.if they don't allow you to set up a password, take those terminals and lock them up. don't make it easy for criminals to think it's ok to go ahead and steal your businessalong with the norcal computer crimes task force and law enforcement agencies across the region .... the d- o-j believes there's a lot more they haven't uncovered. this is an example of how gangs have evolved and we need additional expertisestandup authorities say right now there are still 7 fugitives on the run. as for these businesses, they've since added additional surveillance cameras ...and now have 24 hour security patrols. reporting live from san rafael ... ali reid ... kron 4 news. (ken) (ken) several east bay
high school students got sick after eating rice krispy treats... apparently laced with more than marshmallows. it happened this afternoon at richmond high school. that's where we find kron 4's ella sogomonian with what happened, ella? apparently a group of kids brought laced rice crispy treats that made them nasesous...students and parents i spoke here with say they're not surpised. five students ate rice crispy edibles laced with marijuana at richmond high school on monday. one went home early...then the remaining four were seen by paramedics after they went to the main office for help when they felt naseaous.guardians say although they're not suprised they are dissappointed...sot: jeanette jackson, guardian// "don't do it period but this is the last place that you should be doing it. you know when we were in school which was a long time ago we enjoyed school not to sa ywe were perfect but our mischief was not this serious."students say
they saw the teens placed in wheelchairs in the parking lot near ambulances at around 2:30. sot: "are you surprised this happened here."sot: paulina luna, alumnus// "no because when i went to school here that's what everybody was doing.o im surprised it was unified school district spokesperson said the first priority is that students are safe and healthy...but there are disciplinary steps. everyone we spoke with were glad however that the teens did asked for help when they needed it.sot: brenda rivera, freshman// "it was good that they went to the office becasue they didn't feel good so they went to get help from other people." the school district spokesperson said discipline will come later but that won't be made public because the minors are entitled to privacy under state and federal laws. live in richmond ella sogomonian kron 4news.
napa area residents affected by wildfire are relieved tonight... the mandatory evacuations were lifted early today... and they were allowed to return home.(ken) but the snell fire continues to burn in the hills above the napa valley. at last check -- the 24- hundred acre fire is just 45- percent contained. kron 4's michelle kingston has more on that .. from pope valley tonight. (mk)michele kingston, mkingstonnews"mandatory evacuation orders for berryessa estates and snell valley road have been lifted but this fire is still burning and crews are still very hard at work.""it's sad to look out at a place that used be so beautiful."a pope valley resident who didn't want to go on camera ... is relieved to be back home -- and describes the horrific scene when firefighters told her it was time to evacuate"we looked out and there was a huge plume of black smoke ... and then finally we saw flames just kind of burst up and that's
when the evacuation went in order."and further down the street -- around the corner from snell valley road ... sue von daniels is also missing the view she once had in her backyard -- but is happy her home is still standinglogan daniels and sue von daniels "such a big relief, we got here and it was like tears of joy. it's a massive weight off your shoulders to know you're safe and everyone you know here is good."ánatsáfire crews are busy putting out hotspots but also trimming trees and branches near the fire to keep residents safesue von daniels "they are definitely heroes and we can't thank them enough for all that they do and are still continuing to do."in pope valley michelle kingston kron 4 news
(pam) interstate-5 is open tonight ... that's six days after the delta wildfire burning along the freeway, forced miles of roadway to close in shasta county. officials say, the freeway is safe for travel ... but potential closures could be ordered at any time, because the fire is still burning. so far, more than 49-thousand acres have burned. the fire is just 5 -percent contained tonight. (pam) now to a big story we have been following ... a veteran san francisco muni driver is in critical condition tonight... after losing control of the bus and crashing into a van.. a tree... and a dry cleaners. and we have just learned the driver is a 66-year-old male and has been with the agency for 38 yeards. (ken) three passengers on that bus were also injured. and the crash was all caught on camera. take a look at this -- a muni spokesperson says the operator - for some unknown reason, lost control of the bus on lombard street, bounced over the divider and slammed into a tree ...a parked van...
and a dry cleaner. the owner of the days inn next door heard it all. (ken) the muni driver has been an operator for 38 years. investigators say they're trying to figure out why this happened. they are going over video from the crash, including video from the 12 cameras on board the bus. (pam) in morgan hill -- police arrested three suspects allegedly involved in a stabbing ... that left a 16-year-old in critical condition. 19-year-old roman yerkovich... and 19-year-old luis pineda... were arrested... a minor is also in custody. the two adults were both booked into the santa clara county main jail... on attempted homicide and
conspiracy. police say, it happened on friday near tennant avenue and church street. initially police were not able to locate a victim or witnesses at that address. later -- officers found out that the victim was in the hospital recovering from stab wounds in his back. (ken) vacaville police say, they recovered two guns... in a car full of juveniles. the guns were loaded.. with high capacity magazines. and one had been reported stolen to an east bay police department. four teens were in the car that was pulled over. no word on the exact ages of the teens or if there were any arrests. (ken)coming up: a million people are expected to flee the east coast.why experts say hurricane florence could be historic. (pam)plus: governor jerry brown signs a new, ambitious bill ... to combat climate change in california. how it will include - solar, wind, and hydro-power. (ken)and next: a first of lasts in oakland. a live report from the raiders home
called the irving fire, and it has now spread to 15 acres...it is zero percent contained.20 to 30 structures are threatened at structures are 20 to 30 structures are threatened at this time. that fire is expected to grow, the conditions are very dry right now.this is in west marin between lagunitas and pt. reyes station.(pam)officials are urging those in the area of mountain kind road, portola ave and almao down to barranca to leave the area and head to lagunitas school for more information.crews say this fire is difficult to access because of steep terrain. residents in fairfax and san geronimo are being warned that smoke from this fire could
(pam)tonght-- the silver and black back in action at the oakland coliseum.... the raiders are hosting the rams... in what could be the last season opener in oakland... (ken) the raiders are set to play in a new stadium in vegas in two years.. next year is still up in the air. kron4's j-r stone is live at the coliseum tonight-- where he spoke to die hard fans about the game, j-r? chuckie is backraiders fans dressed up as chuckie....the killer doll...also the nickname for new raiders head coach jon gruden. some unphased by the team's eventual move to las vegas and their decision to trade away their best defensive player in
the process.chuckie feels so good....let's goothers enjoying the tailgate but well aware of the fact that it could be the last raiders opening day party in oakland. this is the last year we're gonna be here because you knwo unfortunately the raider organization are dumbassesit feels like they are trying to escape and they don't care about the fan base hereit's like christmas but yoknow it's your last christmasask these fans about vegas and you'll get this kind of response.sot nothing authentic about vegas..sot i don't think they can get this kind of atmosphere in vegassot will you be going to vegas too? i already went there and i told em to stick it q and a with jr (ken)right now we are watching two storms - hurricane florence heading toward the heading florence hurricane two storms - q and a with jr told em to stick itwent there and i too? i already going to vegas sot will you be going to vegas too? i already went there and i told em to stick it
east coast... and tropical storm olivia which is getting closer to hawaii. olivia is expected to have maximum sustained winds of 70 mph and may drop 10 to 15 mph and may drop 10 to 15 inches of rain. the national hurricane center warns florence will remain an extremely dangerous hurricane until later this week. florence is expected to bring severe flooding and high winds to parts of the southeast u.s. (pam)we are just getting word that florence could be approachg the east coast tomorrow.. as a category 5 hurricane. (ken)lawrence, where is the hurricane right now ? lawrence karnow: it was a gorgeous suumer day around the bay area with sunshine all the way to the coast. hgihs today were in the 80s and 90s inland with 70s and 80s around the bay and 60s at the coast. hurricane florence is a very dangerous storm and headed toward the carolinas. olivia is about to hit the hawaiian
islands. high pressure will bring another round of nice weather but it will be a little cooler tomorrow. highs will be in the 80s inland with 60s at the coast. it will continue to cool with a few clouds on tuesday throught thursday. it will be slightly warmer next weekend. (ken)coming up: a murder investigation is underway in the east bay.why police say they know... the death wasn't a suicide or an accident. (pam) and next: one school is bringing back an old way of punishing accident. suicide or an wasn't a
(ken) coming up: a murder investigation is underway in the east bay.why police say they know... the death wasn't a suicide or an accident. (pam) and next: one school is bringing back an old way of punishing students. how officials say, parents are consenting to adminstrators hitting their children. flintstones. ♪
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fashioned form of discipline ...(ken)tonight it has many parents up in arms. grant lodes is here to explain that the "k" through 9 charter school is bringing back paddling as a form of discipline. (grant)this is happening in augusta, georgia. parents got a "consent to paddle form" -- asking them if they're ok with administrators hitting their child with a wooden paddle.the form spells it out, students will be taken to an office behind closed doors.the student will place their hands on their knees or piece of furniture and will be struck on the buttocks with a paddle. no more than three licks should be given... according to the form. the superintendent says the parent response has been across the board.jody boulineau:"great! it's about time. we're so glad that this is happening again. they should never have taken it out of school. all the way to oh my goodness, i can't believe you're doing that. (grant)the controversial
policy that hasn't been around for years.if parents opt out of paddling -- they have to agree to up to 5 days of suspension.less than a less than a third of the parents who have responded have reportedly given consent for their kids to be paddled.the school says it will use a "three strike" policy, meaning the paddling doesn't happen until the third offense. (pam) coming (pam) coming up: mounting problems for the troubled millennium tower.why a new investigation has been launched. (ken)and next: a bill signed by governor jerry brown is tackling climate change in california. why some say this will not raise tax payer utility rates. (lawrence)ten at ten
fire, and it has now spread to 40 acres...it is zero percent contained.20 to 30 structures are threatened at this time. this is a new picture from the chp, you can see the smoke billowing before sunset.this is in west marin between lagunitas and the pt. reyes station.we're told marin county and ross valley fire departments are battling this fire, which are battling departments are battling this fire, which is expected to grow.the conditions are very dry right now.(pam)officials are urging those in the area of mountain king road, portola ave and almao down to barranca to leave the area and head to lagunitas school for more information.this is a picture of the evacuation area.crews say this area.crews say this
fire is difficult to access because of steep terrain. residents in fairfax and san geronimo are being warned that smoke from this fire could impact the area. (ken) now at 10:30 - a new law signed by governor jerry brown has set an ambitious new environmental goal for the state: all energy must come from renewable sources by the year 2045.(pam) but the governor did not stop there. capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala has more. ((pkg)) ((nats))"california and the rest of the world have miles to go before we achieve zero carbon emissions but you have to begin, you have to et something done. with the stroke of a pen -- governor jerry brown set an
aggressive environmental goal for the state of california: phase out fossile fuels. the newly signed law requires the state's utilities to generate 60 percent of their energy from renewable sources by the year 2030.with a goal of 100 percent by 2045. senator kevin deleon introduced the bill: senator kevin deleon: " today california sends an unmistakable message to the nation and the world. regardless of who occupies the white house, california will always lead on climate change." the order comes on the same day the e-p-a announced its first hearing for proposed rules that would relax restrictions on coal-burning power plants... despite that - governor brown and other state lawmakers have vowed to push an aggressive climate change agenda in california.governor brown: "yes, it is existential threat no matter what the nay-sayers may say, it is a real, present danger to california and the people of the world.
(ken)that was ashley zavala reporting. not everyone is happy with the new law -- some business groups say it sets impossible targets - and could increase electric bills.. while some environmentali sts say the law does not go far enough... as for the governor -- he promises there is more to come - and will be hosting a climate change summit in san francisco this week. (grant)in response to governor jerry brown signing the bill.. state senator kevin de leon-- who authored the bill joined us here on kron 4 earlier today. senator de leon addressed the concern many residents fear... will utility bills go up?..working families throughout california,. california,. california,. (grant)senator de leon went on
to say that this is a move that comes out respect for the california voters and about giving voters an informed choice. (pam) new tonight at ten: a california utility promises to replace 3- thousand -4-hundred miles of overhead power lines ... with insulated wire.. it is designed to reduce the risk of the overhead lines sparking and causing wildfires. southern california edison said, it aims to replace the lines by 2025, to align itself with legislation sent to the governor to sign.
the legislation aimed at preventing wildfires.. has been criticized for also allowing p-g- and-e to raise rates on customers ... to cover the costs of lawsuits for last year's deadly wildfires. lawrence karnow: it was a gorgeous suumer day around the bay area with sunshine all the way to the coast. hgihs today were in the 80s and 90s inland with 70s and 80s around the bay and 60s at the coast. hurricane florence is a very dangerous storm and headed toward the carolinas. olivia is about to hit the hawaiian islands. high pressure will bring another round of nice weather but it will be a little cooler tomorrow. highs will be in the 80s inland with 60s at the coast. it will continue to cool with a few clouds on tuesday throught thursday. it will be slightly warmer next weekend.
(ken) a murder investigation is underway in the east bay tonight. a body was found near railroad tracks -- and we now know, this is not a suicide. it also was not an accident. kron 4's haaziq madyun reports. (pkg)a gruesome discovery, the deceased body of a man found next to these railroad tracks in niles canyon in unincorporated fremontsot
sheriff's department: "at this point we are trying to identify who he is because he had no i.d. he is somewhere in his twenties an hispanic or middle eastern male, we don't how he got here because we have no car. we don't know anything at this point. this is a real whodunit"> investigators are trying to determine if the murder took place here or at some other location and the body brought to this location. sgt. nelson says either way location itself is a bit of a mysterysot
kron4news haaziq madyun kron4news (ken)it has been six months since the deadly shooting at the veterans home of california in yountville. in march a gunman took 3 people hostage.. shot and killed them before turning the gun on himself. the chp finished up its investigation into the march 9th attack at the pathway home and has since turned the case over to the napa county district attorney's office for review. the victims were pathway's executive director christine loeber, clinical director jennifer golick and clinical psychologist jennifer gonzales shushereba who was six months
pregnant.the pathway home has not re opened since the shooting. (ken)it has been eight years since eight people were killed and 66 others were hurt in an explosion in san bruno. the national transportation safety board determined the cause was the rupture of a defective seam weld in a pipe segment that was installed in 1956... which was incorrectly listed in p-g-and-e records as seamless, and was not properly tested or repaired.pg&e was convicted of five counts of violating the u.s. natural gas pipeline safety act's requirements on several bay area transmission lines.the company was also found guilty of obstructing the ntsb's investigation by misleading the agency about its policy about when it was necessary to conduct expensive high- pressure water tests on potentially risky lines.the 3 -million-dollar fine against pg&e was the maximum allowed for the charges. (pam) problems are mounting at san francisco's
troubled millennium tower. as you may know .... the residential high rise is already sinking and leaning, and recently they discovered cracked glass.. . now as kron 4's dan kerman explains... federal regulators are investigating and it looks as though it may be a month before we know what caused that know what before we a month though it may be and it looks as investigating are regulators federal explains... kerman kron 4's dan now as glass.. . cracked discovered recently they leaning, and sinking and already high rise is already sinking and leaning, and recently they discovered cracked glass.. . now as kron 4's dan kerman explains... federal regulators are investigating and it looks as though it may be a month before we know what caused that glass to crack. 8 pkgmore complications for the sinking and leaning millennium tower... kron4news has confirmed the federal aviation administration has now opened an investigation into the crash of a drone being used to photograph that cracked exterior window on the 36th floor. the drone crashed onto a nearby sidewalk saturday narrowly missing pedestrians. the f.a.a. will be looking into whether the
pilot violated aviation regulation part 107 which among other things says "y must not fly over people who are not involved in the operation of the drone. and you must not pose a hazard to any manned aircraft or to people or property on the ground."attorneys say retrieving footage from the crashed drone is unlikely, as is another plan have someone rappel over the side of the building to take photos and tape the window up.sot tom miller/attorney, millenium tower homeowners association 51-59it raises a lot of issues for us and the assocaition safetywise and we want to be sure whatever we are doing is safe.attorney for the homeowners assocaition, which is suing the buildings developer says the plan now is to wait a month until their window washing scaffolding platform is repaired. by that time a new piece of glass should be ready to install, and the cracked glass can be removed and inspected. tho hoa doesnt believe waiting a month raises any safety concerns.sotwe put a scaffolding down below, and we are also informed that the cracked window is embedded in a silicone sealant so no harm to be cuase by any of that breaking off or falling. so we think it's safe for now. standup dan kerman/sf 144-154 again until inspectors get an upclose view of the glass from the outside they won't know why it cracked in the first place. the city has now asked for timeline for repair. they will then review it and decide if it meets their standards. in sf dan kerman kron 4news.
4news.dan kerman kron standards. in sf meets their standards. in sf dan kerman kron 4news. (pam) major (pam) major mayhem on the roadways. how sideshows have not only become a problem in the bay area.... but in other u-s cities as well. (ken)plus: pluto is making a comback! why a new study says it should be reclassified as a planet. (sports) just ahead, big night in oakland for the raiders season opner. full highlights from the coliseum. also, kyle shanahan... already moving past the 49ers loss to kick off the year. reaction off the year. reaction from santa clara.
here's to the stair takers, off the year. reaction from santa clara. breakfast makers, step counters, outdoor explorers, faith restorers, appointment keepers, fantastic creatures. farmer's market goers, cholesterol lowerers cell phone silencers. the new lease on lifers, and the positive thinkers. here's to you all that see every day as an opportunity to thrive your way. (pam) new at
ten: sideshows are a big issue for local law enforcement in the bay area.. but the dangerous stunts are also happening in other major cities. (ken)lisa guerrero has a look at how some of the sideshow participants.. don't think they are putting the public in harms way. drivers are turning streets in cities across the country into their own personal racetracks. videos posted to youtube show hot rods wreaking havoc. in one recent video from new york's times square, an officer was nearly run over when he tried to stop a car. in san francisco, video showed three cars bringing traffic to a halt as they did doughnuts in the middle of the bay bridge.while police officers try to keep order, it's often a losing battle.but it may surprise you to learn that much of this havoc is actually organized.one new york-based group that calls itself the vengeance auto club organizes stunts up and down the east coast, gathering car enthusiasts for meetups known as "street takeovers" in which they perform "burnouts" and "smoke shows." the name comes from the smoke that rises from
their tires. inside edition recorded the group in action in miami and philadelphia, where dozens of cars came together to take over the cities for a show.not everyone was happy about it, however. motorists caught in the middle could do nothing while the cars performed their tricks, blowing through intersections with little regard for traffic signals. in philadelphia, one car nearly struck senior investigative correspondent lisa guerrero. another burned so much rubbers, the car's tire blew out."and you just blew a tire," guerrero told the man driving the car."and it's beautiful," he replied. "was it worth it?" she asked. "you damn straight!" he answered. when confronted about the legality of their actions, group members denied wrongdoing."you guys are breaking the law, you are shutting down streets in philadelphia, aren't you putting people's lives at risk?" guerrero asked."nobody rolls through a red light without someone blocking, nobody is putting their car at risk, nobody is putting the community at risk or putting the public at risk," one person said.incredibly, inside edition did not see one traffic ticket issued in either miami or philadelphia. (ken)you may rmember- officials say the driver of one of the cars involved in the bay bridge side show was
it's understandable why after watching the e why after philadelphia. (ken)you may rmember- officials say the driver of one of the cars involved in the bay bridge side show was taken into custody for reckless driving and exhibition of speed after the sideshow last month. while one person was arrested, at least three drivers were involved in the sideshow. chp oakland says the cars were impounded. it's understandable why after watching the first half of last night's bears game, raiders fans would start the day a tad upset. however, tonight was jon gruden's chance to erase the pain of losing number 52. --raiders-rams season opener. jon gruden... first game back since 2008... 2001 was his last with raiders --
first drive of the game ...gruden bringing the juice, derek carr... hits tight end jared cook over the middle for a 45-yard gain to the rams 20 --that set up, beast mode out of the gates. marshawn lynch... head down and with the help of his offenisve line... bulls his way into the end zone for a 10-yard touchdown... 7-0 raiders --but the rams come --but the rams come back... jared goff... the novato native and cal alum... with the dumpoff to todd gurley... he does the rest... going in for a 19-yard touchdown... game at 7-all --2nd qtr... raiders up 10-7 and looking for more... bur carr's pass to cook is picked off by john johnson in the end zone... the teams traded field goals and went into the half with oakland up 13-10. out of the break--... tied at 13... the raiders offense couldn't get going... carr sacked deep in his own territory by michael brockers... the ensuing punt put the rams just inside the 50 --and they took advantage... ensuing la
drive, goff hooks up with cooper kupp for the 8-yard touchdown... rams lead 20-13. rams showing why they had the top offense in football last year. --and the l-a defense, not too bad either. carr chucked two interceptions in the 2nd half, and this one really hurt... late in the 4th-- former chief and oakland's own marcus peters....jumps the route and goes untouched for 6. punctuated it with a tribute to marshawn. --raiders fall flat in their opener...33-13 rams is your final. oakland going to mile high next week. turning our attention to the 49ers-- all it took was one afternoon for jimmy g mania to come to an abrupt halt. the franchise quarterback that was unbeaten in 7-career starts... with a brutal outing sunday in a 24- 16 loss to the vikings. garoppolo sacked three times, a trio of interceptions--- including one that went back the other way for a touchdown. but it wasn't all on him... the offense went 1-for-4 in the redzone, one trip that ended with an alfred morris fumble at the goal line. this afternoon, kyle
shanahan...discussing missed opportunities and his quarterback's response to adversity. "jimmy has had a lot of success in the games he's played. but, he's a guy you don't have to beat around the bush with.he's as disappointed when he misses a play as anyone. that makes him fun to coach. you can be honest with him. you can keep it real with him. you don't have to worry about offending him because he's a guy who is realistic and understands when he does well and when he does bad. that's what will give recover from not playing as good as he could." the 49ers back home this sunday against the lions. meanwhile, the giants...are trying to figure out how to win a game after losing 8- straight. --we go to at&t, harry and lloyd from dumb and dumber watching the game. -top 9th... 2-1 braves, so you're tellin me there's a chance for a giants comeback. not really.... ozzies albies... goes deep off the wall in right- centerfield... one run is in... albies is all the way into 3rd for an rbi triple... 3-1 atlanta. --and our fans...still festive but just trying to stay awake... final... 4-1 braves... the giants 9th straight loss
÷ (pam) pluto may be making a comeback. according to new research - pluto should be reclassified as a planet.a planetary scientist at the university of central florida argues, the reason pluto lost its planet status .. is not valid. in 2006 - the international astronomical union ... downgraded pluto to a dwarf planet. the i-a- u defines a planet .. as having the largest gravitational force in its orbit, which disqualifies pluto, because it is under the influence of neptune's gravity. scientific literature from the past 2-hundred years was reviewed .. and found only one publication, from 1802, which employed the clearing- orbit the clearing- orbit requirement to classify planets, and the florida researcher says, that publication was based on reasoning that has been disproven.. the study says, the definition of a planet should be based on
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have the seven day forecast. lawrence karnow: it was a gorgeous suumer day around the bay area with sunshine all the way to the coast. hgihs today were in the 80s and 90s inland with 70s and 80s around the bay and 60s at the coast. hurricane florence is a very dangerous storm and headed toward the carolinas. olivia is about to hit the hawaiian islands. high pressure will bring another round of nice weather but it will be a little cooler tomorrow. highs will be in the 80s inland with 60s at the coast. it will continue to cool with a few clouds on tuesday throught thursday. it will be slightly warmer next weekend.
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