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check in with john and see what the week holds weather-wise. good morning, john. yes, some better weather out there. as far as temperatures go. but we do have a little bit of haze that's going to become a factor this week, especially inland. >> as we do see the oak fire putting up a lot of new smoke up in the sierra nevada, not smoke. you're looking at this morning, but rather some low cloud cover and fog right here drifting in near the coastline. i turn my windshield wipers on earlier today. and even though a lot of that low cloud cover sitting above us near the bay, you may be running into a few wet spots out there. couple of spots, low visibility near the coastline and across our hillsides temperatures right now, we're mostly in the 50's alameda in dublin at 56. currently some cooler conditions in the north bay with upper 40's to low 50's. there definitely get those light jackets ready to go to start the week. i'll be breaking down all your forecast. still to come, reyna. john, thank you that. i hit the roads this morning. early 10 minute drive mace at fremont street exit. >> across the bay bridge, the san mateo bridge is check on things there. 80 to one o one
just under 13 minutes for your right. well, our richmond, sandra fell bridge about a quick 9 minute commute for you this morning. and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls. it's going to take around 20 minutes on this monday morning 5, 0, one and the oak fire, which is burning in mariposa county is exploding in size and is just growing by the minute it's grown. it's going 15,000 acres since it started on friday that thousands were forced to evacuate as firefighters work to fight the dangers fire. you have rowena shaddox with the very latest there. >> as you watch these flames burned, there is 0 containment on fire which has burned more than 14,000 acres, chris, for her husband and his 80 year-old father got in their truck and took off from their home on triangle road, literally with what they had on know, packing no extra clothes and we just had to leave. >> the fire ravaged right
through triangle road and the surrounding areas leaving much devastation. everything around this burned. we're fine. >> for sinn fein are in your house is still houses still standing, others for all around us. our friends, house next across the road. right up to their. and stopped. and grace of god that is taught. >> kelly edwards of ponderosa basin filled of gas containers. so he would be ready if his area gets evacuated here, ready moved his cats to safety at a nearby elementary school, 11 cats. hard to leave it. what can't >> 10 years old. and then the rest of younger. part of the family off highway one, 40 along triangle road hand. crews worked on fire lines, making sure the flames didn't
cross over. >> as helicopters continue to attack the flames from above. dozers, dig deep on our side, creating a barrier line of dirt separating it from all the brush. but at a distance, a large fire front continues to threaten neighborhood at a distance fires burning in multiple fronts right now, this is one of the more active parts and obviously can see over my shoulder that there's a lot of available fuel. so what we're seeing is all that fuel being consumed by the fire. >> the good thing is right now version is keeping fire activity somewhat low, but says that inversion layer. listen, the sunshine comes out then receive the same to be over my shoulder. start to really pick up. and as the battalion chief said, there are many heads to this fire. this behind me happens to be one of them. >> he says crews will continue to create and fortified control lines. feel from the fire's path. >> reporting in mariposa county time where we shed
>> and fires burning near us means bad air. yeah. >> smoke from the air you'll notice in the air from the oak fire yet. >> there's an air quality advisory now in effect from four's will tran live in the east bay this morning. >> hopefully we'll you're also protecting your breathing may be going in the car in between hits. >> no as far as the quality reyna. it is a little bit breezy right now. so that's going to blow the air from the mariposa county fire. the old fire into the bay area throughout the day. here's the good news, though. if you're on the street level curly located, you should be ok, because according to the air quality experts, they say once it comes in, it will be at the higher levels. you won't feel it per se on the ground, but you never know. it's such a fluid situation. but if you're going to higher elevations and you're hiking, you might feel it. and you will see it according to them. once the
smoke comes into the bay area because it bends the light. and then we've seen in a couple years ago where the sky turned orange or even possibly read because of the fire. speaking of the fire, let me show you video of what happened over the weekend. we know 2 counties in the bay area. they actually sent crews to the oak fire near yosemite. we're talking sonoma county and alameda county. and there's a good chance that all the other departments in the bay area because a mutual aid and this being the biggest fires so far, this fire season, it's safe to say that this fire departments in the bay area, they have been told to be on standby just in case they. >> send out the s o s and they need more help. i'm sure they'll be on their way as well. but as far as the air quality here, you might feel it at the street level. if you're particularly sensitive, but it's going to hit the higher elevations throughout the day back to rain and area. all right. thanks for that update. will time now is 5, 0, 6, and the washburn fire inside yosemite and the sierra
national forest. >> that one still going. it's burned more than 4800 acres. it is those 79% contained. fire officials say the majority of the fire is well within the containment lines and it's expected to burn itself out the u.s. for us or says that the cause is still under investigation, but they believe that somebody started it. contra. costa county fire says they have ended a week of flooding to douse the marsh fire. and you could see all that water there. this fire was burning in pittsburgh. and burning for about 2 months. it was hard to put out because it was in pete, which is underground. it makes it very difficult to extinguish. so they pumped about 200 million gallons of bay water on the flames. and as you can see now, the areas flooded, but it's not on fire. developing news, the naacp is demanding san francisco school board member and shoe resign after making racially insensitive
comments last week. the organization voted unanimously last night to ask her to step down cover. sarah stinson is live in the newsroom with more. sara? >> that's right. and shoe has apologized for her comments yet the list of people demanding she resigns continues to grow the san francisco branch of the naacp is now calling on her to step down from the school board. in a statement from the ncaa p p they said they believe and shoes comments are not only racist but it shows there's a profound disconnect between her and the black community and shoe is new to the san francisco school board. she was appointed by mayor london breed was also one of 3 replacements to the board. but now she's already being asked to leave after she wrote comments in a san francisco parent action question near that implied black and brown students don't perform as well as others due to a lack of family support. she also wrote this was due to unstable, unstable family environments and a lack of parental
encouragement to focus on or value learning. these comments have been widely criticized as being racist. several city leaders have called her out as well. hsu issued an apology saying that her statements reflected her own limited experience is an inherent biases. she said she is sorry for her comments. the nc double debt. double ap says its shoes explanation shows she has very limited knowledge of black people. let's take a look at more of the statement from the civil rights organization saying, quote, she has offered an apology and promised to do better while her apology is accepted is not enough to overcome the damage she has done the black community in san francisco cannot put its trust in her to be an advocate for the needs of black students, especially access to all the educational opportunities available to other students. now, the nc double p delap. he says that the leader shoe she she was a leader. she was to be held accountable. an organization voted 105 to 0 demanding that
she stepped down from her role on the board and they want her to do that immediately. so daria arena, this is something we'll continue to follow right here from the newsroom from now. we'll send it back to you. thanks a lot. we'll check in with you later. in the north bay. you have one man who's dead and 2 others were injured in a shooting. him are in. >> it happened yesterday just after 10:00am near cold ride at golden gate village. well, the marin county sheriff's office says they found the man who was shot inside of a car. you've got first responders. you tried to perform cpr and rushed that man to the hospital. but he died there. deputies say the other 2 victims are expected to survive. neighbors tell kron 4 that violence has gotten much worse in recent years. >> i want safety for the kids. this is ridiculous. they kids that have to go through this. the kids at lose their moms and their dads and their family. everybody. let's read. it's ridiculous. and it's really sites depressing. >> deputies have not released
the victims names or given any information about potential suspect. witnesses told us the man who died did not live in the neighborhood. they say he was actually visiting his mom. in the east bay. a man is dead. he was shot while driving. this was friday night on 82nd avenue. >> he was shot and then crashed into a wall in his vehicle. they have police investigating how it happened. but we don't have the victim's name or any other details. we do know this is oakland's 66 homicide of the year. a burglary in oakland left an ice cream shop destroyed. let's take a look at what's left of what happened. this video shows several people breaking in to the flavor. great ice cream shop on fruitvale avenue. so they drove their car first through the front window. and their goal. what are they really want? the atm? they smashed pretty much everything inside while they were at it. look at this. moving everything over getting that atm. and that's what they were. that's what they actually wanted. 5.11, is
the time right now. other news that we're following is well, let's take a look at what's coming up in the next hour. lawmakers on capitol hill are asking the biden administration to take a better action against climate change. >> we'll see what solutions they want to see. and look what happened over the weekend. the san francisco marathon. we're going to take marathon. we're going to take a look at who won. pre-rinsing your dishes? you could be using the wrong detergent. and wasting up to 20 gallons of water. skip the rinse with finish quantum. its activelift technology provides an unbeatable clean on 24 hour dried-on stains. skip the rinse with finish to save our water. on 24 hour dried-on stains. i'll pick this one up. i earn 3% cash back on dining including takeout with chase freedom unlimited. so, it's not a problem at all. you guys aren't gonna give me the fake bill fight? c'mon, kev. you're earning 3% cash back. humor me. where is my wallet? i am paying. where is my wallet? i thought i gave it to you. oooohhh? oh, that's not it either. no. no. stop, i insist. that was good though.
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politicians in washington to take action to combat climate change that you have. raquel martin who explains why former vice president al gore. >> is issuing a warning about the state of our environment. the former vice president turned climate activists for decades now has warned of this type of record breaking heat. and while the president faces some obvious hurdles and congress, he's calling on the administration to take executive action to combat climate change. >> we have got to step up. this should be a moment for a global it definitely. former democratic vice president al gore is pleading for washington to respond to climate change. >> has now millions face record breaking heat were saying this global emergency play out and it's getting worse more quickly than was predicted on abc's this week. gore a longtime climate activists said it's not too late to reverse some of the damage. he says president biden must use his executive
power to take action further limit emissions from power and from pale pipes. right now, the biden administration is promising to do more after west virginia. democratic senator joe manchin recently blocked the president's climate reform storm passing in congress. he in every senate republican argue the president's green energy policies could worsen inflation, climate investments that the president proposed are good for the economy on cbs's face the nation, u.s. commerce secretary gina raimondo set the cost of inaction is too high. climate related events. >> are more frequent, more dangerous and more expensive than they've ever bad. it's not theoretical for us in the city of miami. it's real miami republican mayor francis suarez says they're already investing billions to combat rising sea levels and severe hurricanes. he says congress must find a bipartisan solution. progress is on capitol hill continue to call on the president to declare a climate emergency.
>> the administration has not yet taken that step. but last week the president did roll out a plan to help communities combat extreme weather. for now in washington, raquel martin, back to you. thanks, raquel. >> 5.16 ight now on check the weather this morning as our is a lot going on. smoke out fires across the state. john has been talking about all of that. all right. well, let's see where this is going to lead us this week. hi, but as far as air quality goes, we're seeing new introduction of rom the oak fire, which is burning south of yosemite national park. this is already putting up a lot of smoke up in the sierra nevada this weekend. yosemite had a lot of his entrance is closed. and for people even getting into the park, you are venturing into a very smoky situation right now. it's sitting right above both the central valley and the bay area itself. so as it still aloft, we're not having that much of an impact just yet, but it's gradually going to sink down throughout the course of the week. so you're likely going to see more and more of an impact from that poor air quality through the course of the week and that
some air quality advisories bish issued by some of our air quality management district. we do have a weak frontal boundary pushing through the bay area starting tomorrow. now, what's this going to do for us? it is going to result in a temper it a little bit of a cool down in temperatures compared to the rest of the country are actually not doing too bad. triple digits return for the midsection of the u.s. look at medford, oregon, reading down to bakersfield. all these areas in the triple digits will hardly be tapping into the 90's across the bay area. so we can thank that system for that. but it is pushing in with energy that we could see an isolated thunderstorm pop up early tomorrow morning. now the sounds on the surface like a good thing as we may see an isolated shower out of it. but the thunderstorm activity that also comes out of this will be briefly upping fire danger into the start of the day tomorrow. so increase fire danger along with that monsoonal moisture that we see for your tuesday morning. aside from that, it is a very dry forecast in a pretty warm
one, too 50's 60's along the coastline for your highs. that will be 70's to 80's along the bay shore and then some 80's to low 90's for inland areas, although warm, it's not as hot as last week was with daytime highs, barely making the low 90's at or very warmest. so we can be thankful for that change. oakland at 71 valais. when i-73 antioch in vacaville are 2 very hottest spots at 91 93 degrees tomorrow on through friday. temperatures in the upper 80's on average inland 70's along the bay and 60's near the coastline. tomorrow morning, potential of an isolated shower and even a roll of thunder, too. after that, this forecast stays dry and stays pretty calm. reyna. john, thank you for that. alright, let's get a look at your traffic this morning headed into the city about a 10 minute ride maze to that fremont street exit. >> let's check on the san mateo bridge a little under 14 minutes to make it from a 80 heading across towards one o one. a richmond sandra fell bridge about a 9 minute ride to traffic is still pretty light. and the golden gate
bridge. 37 to the tolls about 20 minutes on this monday morning. >> 5.19 right now, all people might be a little sore this monday morning if they were in the san francisco marathon weekend. i am. so we're >> but thousands of runners make their way from the embarcadero back to sausalito and back from four's camila barco has the highlights. >> we have made history at the san francisco marathon sunday morning. i'm ecstatic. that cannot be happy year for the first time organizers included a non-binary plus division and columbia was the first person to cross the finish line in that category. and this really hoping that i and opening up a little bit more space for other trans and non-binary run is by being here event. organizers expanded the gender registration options. >> allowing people to choose non-binary trans to spirited male or female. when signing up, i want to move has to pay. it was like that's still in
and hopefully this is kind of a starting point for that. it was the biggest san francisco marathon. yet there were 6 running events in about 25,000 people participated. organizers also added guides. >> dual teams and service animals for runners simon, ricky was the first person who finished the full marathon breaking ran the 26.2 mile race in 2 hours. and 31 minutes. it was his first marathon ever. yeah, i'm surprised. i didn't expect come out and go this fast race to run through the embarcadero golden gate bridge, sausalito and ended at the ferry building a morning filled with foggy weather and steep hills. there are a lot of health >> more than i was expecting in the 2nd half. ut all that's 10 miles. i was please just can't get to the finish line while the path to the finish line wasn't an easy one. ricky believes he is on track for his next race. nice
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>> 5.28 right now checking out the weather after a nice weekend. i admit it was a little chilly in my neck of the woods. you learn lee was a got out for the festival in oakland. yeah. how is that? brought a little jacket with me. the things started to get hot as the day when of that's nice. i was where the light puffy. i know i was out in golden gate park on saturday and one minute be in the it just can't decide in san francisco, but hey, for a lot of our inland areas, it decided it was still pretty warm out there. but those of us closer to the coastline still tapping into that cool marine air. still keeping us at least relatively moderated, looking outside at coit tower. it's foggy outside. we do have this low gray hanging out. a lot of the bay area seeing it this morning. watch out for some spots of lower visibility in our hillsides as well as along the coastline. it also
some spots of drizzle and misty conditions. current temperatures are in the 50's for most of us 56 degrees. some upper 40's to low 50's for the north bay. oakland at 57 right now. light jacket. kind of stuff for sure. right now. they that or i hit the roads this morning, tim, in ryan mays to that fremont street exit, no accidents on the bay bridge. let's look at the san mateo bridge about a 30 minute ride. a 80 to one o one. our richmond center fell commute just under 10 minutes to make it as you're heading out of richmond and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls. you're looking at a 20 minute morning right? time now is 5.30, and san francisco's health department is trying to get more monkeypox vaccines as the virus continues to spread. the city has requested 35,000 doses to meet the demand of everybody wants a shot to date. they've only been able to vaccinate about 7700 people. san francisco has reported 197 cases which accounts for almost half of
the 434 monkeypox cases reported statewide. >> a san francisco man who had monkeypox is now fully recovered from his illness. but he only got better after undergoing treatments that require pushing to a lot of red tape. he shared a story with kron forcefully to caught. take a look at this. >> earlier this month through the centers for disease control and prevention's, exhaustive compassionate use system. doctor peter chin-hong at ucsf was to prescribe kevin kwong and 6 other patients at the hospital. the anti-viral drug t-poxx a federally approved treatment for smallpox in the u.s. but not monkeypox. you so. >> caring, so and it was so important for me to experience that because it is really frightening thing. by the time kevin met with doctor chin-hong, he could barely walk. his body was covered in rashes and lesions and all previous treatments were unsuccessful. >> kevin started showing symptoms about 4 days after
returning to alameda county from new york city pride events at the end of june where he is sure he was infected. kevin says he saw immediate results once he was given t-poxx, which not all doctors are willing or able to prescribe. he ingested 6 pills a day for 2 weeks. as soon as i began taking it. that's when my legion stops. >> progressing which i'm so grateful for by the end of the >> you know, disease is progressing, you don't have to wait for a positive test to begin treatment. if the case look severe enough, although kevin was never officially diagnosed with monkeypox doctor chin-hong says all of the visual signs pointed to a positive case. both he and kevin agree testing needs to improve. but doctor chan hong adds that the world health organization declaring monkeypox a global emergency. >> will hopefully help fast track access to the vaccine and treatments to people with severe cases. phillipe djegal
all kron. 4 news. >> now let's talk covid. president biden has improved significantly from his covid. the president's personal physician is telling us that biden still has a sore throat but his cough runny nose and body aches have diminished considerably. the president tested positive last thursday and immediately started pax love it. that's the antiviral drug that reduces the chances of severe illness. the white house says 17 people were in close contact with the president. but so far none of them has tested positive. the cdc is getting rid of a program that allowed people to track covid-19 cases on cruise ships saying that the cruise industry has access to the necessary tools to prevent and mitigate covid on board. now the policy designated ships with a color coding system based on testing and vaccination rate. well, the cdc says covid testing standards now vary among cruise lines, which is why
they remove that system altogether. now, the city of san francisco is asking for help decide on a new trash. can design officials say the current trash cans costs way too much to maintain. and they're really easy to break into kron four's. gayle ong has that story for us. the existing trash cans we have on the street. we call the renaissance cancer, the green metal ones and their name all the more thing now because they will soon be a part of history. they've been on the street for about 20 years >> they've lived their natural life. they're pretty beat up and they really need replacing francisco public works has placed 6 trashcan models across the city. >> part of a pilot program hoping city residents will weigh in and help them pick san francisco's new trash can. if they're going to we need more. >> add time and i've seen a few like overflowing not and seeing them in a fever, which it would be solved by having more current plan calls for purchasing of 3,000 new cans. the city says all of the new models are easier to maintain than the renaissance. but just
one week into the program, new cans grooving, they can solve all problems. >> it doesn't seem that functional. i yeah, it doesn't provide trash can. not a lot of punch now. john logan, after getting one look at the overflowing stop square model on the corner of center and the more streets he's become the 6th. >> the bear saver, aka the valley trash can because it is network. so they know when the trash can a school. where high-tech city and i think we need to take advantage of the technology as well as just in total public works has placed 26 of the various models scattered across the city. >> but just because something is made for trash doesn't mean it comes cheap. once the winner is selected, each can is estimated to cost anywhere from 2 to $3,000. that means taxpayers may eventually shell out 6 million dollars or more on the project. when you think about the cost of the public amenity like that, it's not just the capital cost of
buying it. >> but it's about like, what's that long-term maintenance and frankly, the cancer getting rid of like they take a lot of maintenance, despite the very beat up materials. aren't that strong. i am fine with my tax money going towards keeping city clean air. so that's fine. >> the price is not but for me, i just hope there are more of them and regularly. >> so there just go, have your say, qr codes are on the cans allowing you to cast your pick. voting is open through september. you know, kron 4 news. >> 5.36, and still ahead on this monday morning, the university of california could see an influx of local students will hear how they plan to accommodate them. all. and the giants could not pull off a win. it could win a game against the dodgers. will take a look at the highlights or lowlights. with airline cancellations comes the possibility of lost luggage. we've got the easy ways to keep track of your bags. >> and even prevent them from getting lost in the first
place. i'm rich demuro. that's coming up in tech. smart. and the summer heat is back for some of our inland areas, but not quite as much snow as it was last week. fortunately san jose. 84 for your highs today. staying relatively cool near the bay and the coastline. >> but adding a little bit of haze today. i'll tell you why haze today. i'll tell you why in your forecast. it's beautiful out here. it sure is. and i earn 5% cash back on travel purchased through chase with chase freedom unlimited. that means that i earn 5% on our rental car, i earn 5% on our cabin. i mean, c'mon! hello cashback! hello, kevin hart! i'm scared. in a good way. i'm lying. let's get inside. earn big time with chase freedom unlimited with no annual fee. how do you cashback? chase. make more of what's yours.
>> it's 5.39, right now. and watch out. if you live on the peninsula, there's a mountain lion roaming around a residential neighborhood and there is spotted on a surveillance camera, the driveway of a home on u street. this was early saturday morning. now police say at this point it wasn't acting aggressively and appear just to be out for an evening stroll. and that doesn't mean that you or your pets are safe, in-person exam to see it so we can you can the little front of us on this stolen on my neighborhood. well, the university of california could soon see a huge influx of local students. you have uc leaders who say they're now looking to increase seats for in-state scholars by up to about 33,000 by the year 2030. now this comes as uc schools receive a record amount of new applications. most of that growth is expected of the system's 3 most popular campuses. so that ucl a uc berkeley and uc san diego
university officials plan to accommodate the surge of more online classes, summer courses and off campus program that now. but when they do sooner, i know right? so too late for my kids. i want see river. so yeah, we had ship everybody 5.40, right now. the committee investigating the january 6 attack on the capitol said that it prepared to subpoena conservative activist ginni thomas thomas is mary to supreme court justice clarence thomas. and she was asked to voluntarily come for last month, but she hasn't responded yet. the committee hopes to learn more about her efforts to keep former president trump in office and they're examining the potential conflicts of interest for clarence thomas as a result of the january 6 cases that have come before the supreme court. it's the supreme court. it's 05:41am. only be right back. you know folgers as a homebrew...
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dari is advice from electric to yeah. and my bag made it to every was as you are to carry only war. what brought one pair shoes? know, it's hard to do, but it's a good thing to do. yes, you don't want to with lost luggage just wear the same color all weekend. you can all about it. i definitely stretch the meeting. a personal light still personal campaign extra. >> but yes, we are looking out there at what we have at the bay bridge, which is just low cloud cover sitting or right above the bay bridge itself. >> we are also seeing some breezy conditions that cool breeze moving in from the coastline. again, get a moderate temperatures near the coast and near the bay as we've enjoyed so much of lately. heat inland, but not as hot as we have been. unfortunately, we are adding some extra hayes into the mix of the oak fire burning near bear pose a and just south of yosemite national park putting up a lot of new smoke right
now. it's sitting a lot of the central valley and the bay, but we'll settle further and further down into the region as we make our way through the day and through the weekend, general, we do have a weak disturbance pushing in from the west and that's going to help to moderate temperatures for us at least to start the week. while much of the rest of the country is set for more triple digits in 90's. look at some of cities, neighboring us medford, 107 for your daytime highs both today and tomorrow, reading down to bakersfield. also looking at triple digits today in the bay area. we're barely going to be making the low 90's. so in perspective and not all that bad, we do have some fog this morning this afternoon. lots of sunshine. now, that same weak disturbance. i mentioned just a second ago pushes through tomorrow morning and combines with some monsoonal moisture present across the region, giving us a chance of some isolated thunderotorms. developing to start the day tomorrow. now what this will do for us is results in the potential of an isolated shower. but i think fire danger the risk of cloud to
ground lightning, which if the dry lightning especially could result in a fire upping fire danger temporarily tomorrow morning. after that, the forecast does look a whole lot calmer but still staying hot and dry. so fire danger remains president 50's and 60's for your highs in sf as well as at the coastline. bayshore cities will be in the 70's to low 80's today. burlingame at 76 in 81 palo alto right at 80 degrees. south bay temperatures mostly in the low to mid 80's while sonny bill holding on to the upper 70's at 79. same for you in up. we have a few low 90's like in livermore, antioch, as well as vacaville. in the meantime, oakland in valais in the low 70's napa right at 80 degrees. santa rosa in petaluma in the upper 70's. tomorrow's temperatures staying on this trend of hot but not as hot for inland areas. upper 80's to low 90's again, have that chance of morning thunderstorms tomorrow. slight chance. but want to give you the heads up. nonetheless, after that, the
forecast stays calm and stays dry with hot temperatures inland and mild conditions near the bay and the coast rain. john, thank you for that. all right. let's get a look at your traffic this morning heading into the city meteorlogist >> so about a 10 minute drive for you may see that fremont street exit. well, san mateo bridge 80 to one o one just under 14 minutes to make that drive. a richmond center fell bridge looking at a 9 minute commute and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls just about 20 minutes. all right. in sports, the giants got swept by the dodgers and the a's are not looking too good, either. a crowd for us. kate rooney has the highlights. >> hoping for a hot start against their rivals to begin the 2nd half of the season and get back into the nl west race. but after 3 games, san francisco came into the series finale just trying not to get swept. you've got to check out. klay crushing some beers behind the giants dugout of -odger stadium with the thai watch a game. >> top of the 5th, darren ruff
at the plate crushes this baseball. deep to left and gone for a 2 run home run to tie the game at 4, 4 ruff's 11th homer of the season. bottom of the 7th jake lamb hits one down. the right-field line off tyler rogers that bounces over the wall for a ground-rule double and a runner would score to give the dodgers a 5, 4, lead. clay's little brother. trace coming to the plate and he. takes it deep into the right center gap center field. off the wall. another run scores. it's 7 for dodgers. >> got to check out play here. absolutely loving it. written on his little bro. brotherly love. the final score, though, 7 for dodgers. so >> this week, the giants 4 games straight. san francisco now 16 and a half games back of la in the nl west a's fans. meanwhile, looking for a win with all-star paul blackburn on the mound against the
rangers. >> not going to happen. top of the first is already down one. nothing. adolis garcia rips a 2 run homer to left good. it is 3, nothing blackburn got rocked rocks for 10 runs on 10 hits in 4 and a 3rd innings out. rangers built an 11 to one lead. the a's offense came to life a little bit scoring 7 runs on 4 homers in the last 2 innings. tony kemp shot in the 9th here got the is within 3. >> it was too little too late. a's drop to 14. and 33. >> at home the way we want believe in me, from my family coaches, teammates to fans. no, i do not have done this without you and on. but i think you guys for the rest of my life. thank you very much. and god bless you >> big poppy. david ortiz is officially a member of the baseball hall of fame class of 2022. popping becomes the first career designated hitter to be selected on the first
ballot and the 4th dominican born player to be in trying to the hall along with his friend and former teammate pedro martinez, one marshall and vladimir guerrero. senior. he's a 3 time world series champ owner of 541 career home runs. it is, of course, beloved in boston for his role in leading the sox to their first world series title. >> in 86 years. >> it is 5.53 and we'll be right back.
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