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demanding action to clean up the streets and protect their businesses what they threatened to do to push the city interaction plus everyday, additional lawless behavior is taking place in the citizens of this city. i don't think feel safe. in oakland's little saigon neighborhood. community leaders tell us their ideas to make residents feel safer as the police investigate a new piece of evidence in the latest deadly shooting. from ktvu. fox two news. this morning's onto well, good morning to you. and we thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook thursday morning, august 25th, also known as friday, eve, friday, eve. let's check in with steve paulson for our forecast for today and as we head into the weekend pamela? yes, stephen. open the windows. i did. it was very nice and cool . dave did too. okay so did i. it's unanimous there. boy kicked
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in yesterday afternoon. you could feel it. and the cooling has begun. now even the most inland locations, though, still managed to eke out some low nineties yesterday. but the key is the delta breeze out of travis's over 30 that says, that's a sure sign. so it'll be a cooler thursday, even away from the coast. low clouds that some drizzle yesterday. well, hold on a little of that today. sunny breezy and a little cooler and highs today coming down santa rosa 82, the city dropped big time to 64 livermore, 88 san jose to 82. alright sal is here and he's going to tell us it's okay. i hope yeah, it is okay out there. it's nice, and this is a time in the morning. we have to get out there if you want to have completely clear roads. and we do right now we do have a nice looking bay bridge. we have a nice looking almost everywhere. taking a look at interstate 80 traffic is moving along nicely, and we don't have any major problems out there a couple of minor incidents, but for the most part, it's light four. oh, one. let's get back to the headlines. thank you
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frustrated business owners in san francisco's castro district threatened to stop paying taxes unless the city does something about homelessness, crime and other problems. ktvu is jana katsuyama. has more on this brewing controversy. castro merchants association says the city needs to take action. terrence allen is co president of the association and owner of floor dispensary and cafe floor , he says his business is windows have been smashed 11 times every day. we wake up and have to help people on the street. we have to clean up feces on the street. we have to clear our doorways on before we can open our businesses. and it's not fair association sent a letter to san francisco city officials saying they plan to stop paying taxes if san francisco does not do more to address crimes such as burglaries and vandalism and people with behavioral health problems and housed people camping on the sidewalks. the association wants the city to set aside 35 shelter beds for people in the castro district
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who need a place to stay. also they want the city to advise a plan for offering services to people who declined help and keep monthly records of how many people have been offered services and shelter. the city does need to take care of these people find a place for them to stay and like, help businesses when we call they come 30 40. minutes later, the city's department of homelessness and supportive housing responded tuesday, saying they cannot reserve shelter beds for just one neighborhood, but said quote the department of homelessness and supportive housing will be opening 1000 shelter beds over the next three months that will give people in the castro and other neighborhoods a place to stay inside. the merchants association said they would also like to see more enforcement of laws and a plan for those people who refuse mental health or substance abuse treatment, the department of public health said quote clinical teams are trained in assessing individuals for involuntary holds. however california state law sets a very high threshold for those holds and often that threshold is not
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met, even when it looks to the public like an individual needs help. the merchants association met with one of the new police commissioners and said that they are hoping that they can get more citizens and police patrols here in the castro. reporting from san francisco. jana katsuyama ktvu fox two news. thank you. janna san francisco district attorney brooke jenkins announced her new cash bail policy. this comes about a month after she was sworn into office, although she acknowledges the inequities in cash bail policies as her predecessor, chase a boudin did. jenkins policy allows cash, bail and limited misdemeanor cases as required by law. in a statement , the district attorney says quote cash bail unfairly penalizes those with less financial means and disproportionately affects defendants of color, protecting victims and ensuring public safety or my top priorities. we will not shy away from holding offenders accountable, but we will not perpetuate further injustice and inequities. time
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is 404 happening today at 23, year old san francisco man who admitted to shooting and killing his father and stepmother will be formally charged with murder. urban hernandez flores told ktvu in this jailhouse interview. he was drunk and angry at his father for allegations of sexual abuse. in the past, he says he did not intend to kill his stepmother, saying she was shot and killed when he shot his father after the shooting. flores then live streamed. the crime scene is, he shouted profanities! a former high level san francisco official will be sentenced today in federal court . mohammed neuro resigned in 2020 as the city's public works director after the fbi accused him of a scheme involving bribes and kickbacks on city contracts . he was released on bail. prosecutors want neuro to be sentenced to nine years in prison near his attorneys are asking that he be sentenced to three years in prison. because he is at risk of covid because of health problems. they also
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expect he'll be forced to give up his $7000 a month pension time is out. 405 oakland police patrols have been increased now and the little saigon neighborhood after a deadly weekend shooting there. some community leaders are demanding more from the entire justice system. right now, many people are catch and release making sure that the d a will charge you know all these criminals, but also the court on the judges have to be able to keep them in jail. now also one thing i need to emphasize the lawmakers and politicians they kept, you know, having gets rhetoric about defunding the police and also demoralizing to police, and it doesn't help and oakland police say they've collected more surveillance video of the car driven by the suspected shooter . ktvu crime reporter henry lee explains the demand for more safety all across oakland. oakland police say they'll be deploying officers 24 hours a day in little saigon that includes undercover and patrol officers, surveillance teams and burglary and robbery. suppression operations. this is, uh, essentially an attack on
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everybody, uh, all the good lord by citizens. harry lynn has retired dentist who is friends with lilly sue the oakland chinatown dentist who was shot and killed in broad daylight sunday. defunding the police. uh we need, uh, bigger, higher police presence in our local communities. alameda county supervisor nate miley says the open city council needs to set aside money to hire new officers layout of safety plan and consider paying shares. deputies to help patrol the streets right now we can't afford the present status quo because every day additional lawless behavior is taking place in the citizens of this city. i don't think feel safe. at a rally outside oakland city hall this week, council president nikki fort o'donnell bass pledged to increase safety in little saigon going to pull together the resources so that we have not only the increased police presence that that the chief and deputy chief have promised, but will open up a substation. oakland police are
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still looking for this white lexus that took off after a gunman shot and killed sue, but new surveillance video obtained by ktvu shows the lexus es 300 had parked nearby full 13 minutes before sewer shot and killed at fifth avenue and east 11th street. police chief laurent armstrong says it appears those inside alexis. we're waiting for a victim. police are also looking for possible witnesses in this tesla model y with the distinctive roof and bike rack. that police substation in little saigon is still in its planning stages. but oakland please tell me there are plans for the new lays on officer to walk the beat to get to know merchants and residents . henry lee ktvu fox two news. thank you. henry police are investigating a shooting in east oakland. this is what it looked like when i take you there when officers arrived at foothill boulevard near 57th avenue last night, officers began their investigation inside a convenience store at this time. police are only saying that there was one victim. they have not given any information about the condition of that person or
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if anyone has been taken into custody time is now 409 in the east bay city of pittsburgh. police are investigating a case where a woman is accused of threatening a family because of dog waste homeowner in pittsburgh shared this video taken back in july. it appears to show a woman pulling out a gun. and pointing it toward the house. since then, the family says, a woman came back spit on their cars. all of this, we're told, has started after the family asked the woman to pick up her dog droppings. the pittsburgh police are investigating this case as a potential cramp criminal threat. the case will be sent to the district attorney's office. right now. we want to head over to steve paulson. 409 definitely cooler. feel it on the drive in feel it coming through the windows. that's nice is that the trend through the weekend? looks like it. okay i mean, today tomorrow about the same then well, if it's saturday is the coolest on sunday will be. then we'll start a little warm up again. i mean, it's still only august, but little change here
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for some a big change for others, and the fog came in and inland temps. i mean, there were still some low nineties yesterday, but here's the key. travis 26. they were up to 32 yesterday. at this time, it was 18 so much more of a breeze here . so it was a nice thursday. today it will be a nice coastal fog. little cooler, breezy. still some operators, but the weekend looks to be a pretty good drop on some of those temps here. now the system doesn't look like it's digging into northern california. but there will be enough there to kind of keep the temperatures on the on the downside. if you want the city dropped to 65 yesterday, we're going 64 today that is below average. they should be closer to 70 this time of year, so 60 seventies eighties on the temple overcast, breezy, too blustery at times, sonny inland, yet it will be cooler more eighties than nineties unless you're outside my forecast fifties on attempts here a lot more fifties than sixties, even brent was down to 50 60 to fairfield 56. that's cool for them. sixties on the peninsula, 54 san rafael so little cool for some to the north 50 foreign marshall 58 american canyon
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richmond, also for sonoma, and a lot of mid fifties, even all the way up to cloverdale at 56. that's that's cool for them, the highest backed off the one in the four corners moving east to one to the west is backed up. you can see there's a little dip in the jet stream right up here. little dip right? they're beginning to take shape, and that's all it takes this time of year to get a cooler pattern. no rain up in the mountains, but some drizzle we had some yesterday will keep that in the forecast through the next couple of days. more fog. sunny, breezy 60 seventies now from any eighties inland temperatures, not changing all that much until we get to the weekend, then they'll start to rebound early next week. i don't know what i'm gonna do this days. you know, all income was limited and we have struggling to survive. so we'll see how it's going to work. people left without a place to live after a fire tore through their apartment building in san francisco. we take a closer look at the damage and hear from one woman who had to be rescued and the latest
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inhalation smoke inhalation. i opened the door to yell for them, and the blast came in. so they had to monitor make sure because apparently, they said that smoke damage to the lungs can happen gradually over the course of two or three hours, said she had mentally prepared herselelf for this very possibility, even running a fire drill at home, trying to figure out how she would rescue her two cats. when the time came, she was able to scoop one cat into a carrier and managed to find the second hiding in a closet, she says. despite a fear of heights, she had to follow the firefighters out onto a weakened roof and then down the aerial ladder to safety. fire crews capturing the moment in a photograph. and i said girl. you're going to go down a ladder. you are going to go down a ladder from the roof and you're gonna have to. you're just gonna have to do it. and that's what i did. and i still can't believe it. the people living here aren't the only ones wondering what's next oasis on
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the ground floor has been a popular neighborhood gathering space places. the. and i can put the neighborhood to get together here. and i give i allow the community to have a meeting here and yeah, my place is the main place to know each other did i see highlights says in addition to all the water and smoke damage inside, will also have to get rid of all of the food he's already bought. he says the neighborhood pulled together through the pandemic, and he's hoping they pull together once more to help his business survive. i don't know what i'm going to do with the states. you know, all income was limited, and we have struggling to survive. so we'll see how it's gonna work during our initial coverage. some viewers were concerned, saying it didn't appear that the firefighters were doing enough to put out that fire. the fire department assures us that it's not like you see in the movies, they say spring water from the outside can actually endanger anyone who's inside, including any firefighters who might be inside the fire department says. that's exactly what was going on. they
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say they were numerous cruise with hoses battling the fire from the inside of the building and the firefighters that were outside whether manning pumps or were on standby for a rescue. if that became necessary, and they say that those firefighters that you see outside are also preparing to rotate in and relieve the firefighters who are inside, battling that fire when their air runs out. in san francisco. christian caftan ktvu fox two news, christian. thank you. time for 17 happening today . insecticide spraying and contra costa county all along the martinez waterfront to control the dog mosquitoes. vector control officials are worried about the large amount of mosquitoes that could lead to the west nile virus now during the insecticide spraying people in the area. keep your doors and windows closed. spraying should be over by eight a.m. and across the country. another intact, causing major problems. it's a spotted lantern fly, take a look . it's threatening farmlands and at least a dozen states also damaging ecosystems. the insect
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comes from china, but it was first seen in 2014 in pennsylvania. it's numbers have grown since the bugs continue to develop and grow wings. the spotted lantern fly is not a threat to humans, but they drank the sap from fruit trees. in grapevines. if enough of them are on the plants feeding, they can actually basically suck all the life force out through that sack. the california is among the states that have issued alerts about these lantern flies that can spread pretty fast, the experts say. if you see one of them, just kill it to keep them from spreading, and if you go hiking or camping, make sure you check your belongings. check your car for these insects so you don't bring them to new areas. an effort to extend last call at bars across the state has failed. now the bill would have allowed bars to keep serving alcohol until four o'clock in the morning. last call is currently two a.m. the proposal asked for a three year
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pilot program in san francisco, west hollywood and palm springs . however the measure could not pass the assembly. you think pam we're already out driving to work when they when the bars are getting out. um we have a different perspective. mixed mixed reviews. you know, i know businesses would like to maybe extend. i don't know that's safe for the morning commute. steve we have a lot of people leaving their house earlier always reminded that usually nothing good happens after midnight. hmm that's a famous saying yes, course i'm much. i'm a little older now than back then. all right. yes we'll take a look at temperatures. we'll head out the livermore. and if you've been out, livermore, you know it gets hot. it's been okay too hot going back to the 13th 91 97 1 1/16 1 oh, 6 96 96 91 101 88 a cool 88 on the 21st 93 97 yesterday was 91 degrees. he has
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set up this kind of a pattern. it can be tough to break down. advertised about 88 or so. so i've been running above here for a long stretch after a nice june july august inland has been warm to hot today will be a little cooler, though. and we'll continue that theme kind of leveling off today friday before we get what looks to be cooler, probably saturday, the coolest death a lot of low clouds out there. that's not the problem and onshore breezes picked up now it was up to about 32, a travis still west southwest at 26, but a south wind conquered west at oakland, west and napa. there's a western sfo out deliver more as well. but not as strong. the city finally dropped out of the seventies. that was yesterday. today will go 64 because temperatures water temps have come down. that makes a huge difference here. 62 to 88 low overcast sunny inland yet it does look a little cooler unless you're really far inland. but 58 in the city. 58, berkeley, 58, petaluma 59 walnut creek livermore, right at 60% of the little warmer on the peninsula for some low sixties, same from alameda hayward, the union city dublin president, upper fifties claims down to 54 57, elsa
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bronte and hercules at 59. so i'm pretty close for everybody. but that's the key 50 for that water temp came down from 58 to 54 boys that make a huge difference. the negative a point raised point arena hanging around 52 53 about 6 to 8 degrees below average for this time of year, the highest backed off a little bit. there's a little dip in the jet stream to the north there and lies the forecast of a little cooler pattern. drizzle had some yesterday. probably get some a little bit today. no rain up in the mountains, but it might be windy up there, especially on the weekend, 60 seventies and eighties inland. if there's any nineties again, nobody far firing them little change friday than it does a cooler saturday were little rebound sunday. more likely more on monday, okay. steve thomas for 21 of fall of more than 80, ft to a rock climber in yosemite park, who broke several bones up next we'll tell you the story of her rescue and how her family in new zealand is struggling to bring her home. and the hardly strictly bluegrass festival is expanding. we're going to explain the changes coming to
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festival is planned for september. 30th. through october. 2nd time is 4 24. for today, the price is free to get into all national parks celebrating the 106 birthday of the national park service. the national park service is created august 25th 1916. that's when president woodrow wilson signed the national park service act, even though park entrances will be free reservations will still be required at parks that require them like yosemite. california could soon followed the yosemite national park's lead in an effort to cut back on overall waste. two years ago, 70 pulled single use camping stove , propane canisters from shelves and park stores at the bill, but banned the sale of disposable £1 propane cylinders in california by the year. 2028 lawmakers say the propane cylinders are often among the trash found and state parks and beaches. woman from
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new zealand took a huge fallout yosemite national park while climbing half dome she's in the hospital and his ktvu cristina rendon tells us her family is now trying to get her home. yeah so she, um she's very outdoorsy, very adventurous. ben simmons talks about his 21 year old sister, anna parsons, who broke nearly every bone in her body during a fall at yosemite. going every day, you know, trying to get really good and working on our technique. but then the you know things still happen. i guess. simmons says it happened on the snake dike route on half dome earlier this month , and it was lead climbing, using safety ropes and clips when she fell, 80 ft. her helmet shattered, basically saved her head. um and most of the i guess the breast injuries where her legs and her back and pelvis is hospitalized in modesto with a growing medical bill, she's had a spinal fusion and her left leg
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was amputated below the knee. her family estimates the cost to be around $600,000 well above her insurance coverage for traveling abroad. simon says the treatment would be free in new zealand going to the u. s. and having this happened wasn't quite a culture shock and um, something we were not really prepared for not used to. the family has applied for a grant with a hospital to cover her stay, which is about $4000 a night they have set up a website for donations, and his parents, though, are trying to get her home. they're looking at an air ambulance from to get anna back to new zealand at some point, because as soon as she lands in new zealand that's covered. simmons says his sister is eager to recover and get back to outdoor activities. she may even climb again. we're just grateful that and i was alive, and, um we really thankful for all the support as well. cristina rendon ktvu, fox two news. are struggling right now. we have high inflation. push for rent
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dave clark. welcome to thursday . it's august 25th and welcome back to steve paulson. he's right here with your thursday right here. yes, i am. indeed it's a cooler forecast, and we do have a bigger fog bank. that's for sure. the basis of come up a little bit. little dip in the jet stream certainly provides that it's hard to see here, but you can see there's a lot of little clouds out there. if you look close enough, and it's made a pretty good push inland, so cooler thursday started yesterday. for many, although there was still low nineties inland, but today we're going more eighties drizzle had some yesterday. i'll keep that in there today. sunny breezy and coming down a little bit. santa rosa, now to 80 to the city dropped yesterday. oakland dropped it will continue that theme. livermore now to 88 san jose 82. sounds here. it's 4 31 picking up cones quiet what? it's still pretty quiet out there. which is exactly what we want, steve, we want it to be nice and quiet, and we're looking at the east past and put up a map here for you and show you the traffic is moving along very well. if you are driving on highway 46 80 80 the whole thing
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looks very nice. had a couple of fender benders out there, but so far so good as you can see, the traffic at the toll plaza is light. now things will probably change. obviously a little later on right now we're off to a good start. 4 32, let's go back to the headlines. thank you, sal president biden's plan to alleviate some student loan debt is in expected to impact millions of americans ktvu tom vacar tells us. some argue the president's announcement does not go far enough. i do think that it will help a lot of people professor john paul horn , a pill grant recipient is a public servant teaching social work at cal state east bay, only $20,000 of the more than $250,000 in student loan debt he has will be forgiven is kind of a little bit of a drop in the bucket. um i think a lot of us made decisions about what we were going to study based on some other promises like public service loan forgiveness. that other belief does not come
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through. he will be in deep financial debt. congress really does need to get involved. for borrowers earning less than 125,000 or a household earning less than $260,000. of the debt will be forgiven for borrowers who were recipients of pell grants, usually lower income students. the forgiveness goes to $20,000. those with undergraduate loans can cap their payments at 5. of their monthly income, significantly reducing their monthly payments. who really benefits. i don't think it's the end of the room. professor dalia jimenez runs uc irvine student loan law initiative trying to find solutions to end the student debt crisis for about 20 million of them, that's going to be all of their students on debt administration projects that nine out of $10 forgiven will go to households earning less than $75,000. consumer action, the san francisco based expert in consumer debt, rejected the idea
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of wiping out all student debt only debt that overwhelmed lower income borrowers. told um this is a very fair compromise. it is exactly what we were advocating for consumer action. we did not believe in the magic wand going out and taking away everyone's college debt. we didn't see a reason for that. tom vacar ktvu fox two news. thank you, tom. and you can find out more information about the student loan forgiveness program on our website, including a breakdown of who is eligible just tend to ktvu dot com. alright our time is 4 34 bay area communities will be getting more than $200 million in state grants to help the homeless governor gavin newsom announced the new funding in los angeles while celebrating a new housing facility. the money to build or buy new housing is coming from california's home key programs statewide, the government announced almost $700 million in funding for 35 projects. i don't
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even understand what these dollars make. i just want to see folks off the streets i wanted done compassionately thoughtfully. and i'm just sick and tired. shelter soft sleep, that's important, but housing and supportive services solve homelessness. and that's foundational in this effort. now the new funding is meant to create more than 800 units of housing for people who are dealing with homelessness. the governor says the state has committed almost $4 billion to the project since 2020 affordable housing advocates are celebrating the addition of a new measure to help tackle rent hikes in the east bay. yes. yes nbcnewyork city council voted to add measure p two. it's november ballot in richmond. supporters of the rent control measure held a rally to bring awareness to the initiative as well. voters enrichment will also vote on measure p my rent just recently got increased by $85, and it's
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very it's not fair with the conditions that we have to live in. people are struggling right now. we have high inflation. we're in a recession. it's time that we have lowered increases that landlords are allowed to present to their tenants. if passed, measure, p would limit rent increases to 3% or 60% of the consumer price index, whichever is lower. candidate for san francisco supervisor is disputing allegations that she may have committed voter fraud. the city attorney's office is investigating leanna louis after articles written by journalists joe, with mission local claim that she may not live in the district she's running to represent question why louis voted in a district other than the one where she's registered? the end, whether her primary residences in district four where she's a candidate, louis has faced criticism for social media post, where she
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capitalized. the last four letters of joe is last name spelling. i made a mistake by my facebook post, but as far as where i live i know where i live. i know where i voted. and i wouldn't do any i wouldn't do otherwise. lewis says she met with the deputy city attorney and an investigator about the incident. the city attorney has not said when the investigation will be complete. the election is november 8th. time is not 4 37, the oakland city clerk's office now saying candidates were mayor who missed the filing deadline are out of luck, the names of the candidate to lissa victory derek sue and manisha m. j. carter won't appear on the november eight ballot. the city clerk says. all three missed the august 12th five. filing deadline, but the candidates are claiming they believe the deadline was august 17th. the city clerk's office is a five day filing extension is only accessible to the city council races of districts four and six
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specifically in cases when an incumbent chooses not to run for re election, incumbent mayor libby shop is turned out and won't be running, according to a list on the oakland city clerk's website. there are nine candidates running for mayor of oakland. they are seneca scott. trevor reid, xiang tao, john roman and gregory hodge, the four other candidates or peter lube, lauren manual, taylor, tyronne jordans and ignacio de la fuente that we've listed the candidates here as they appear on the november ballot. salesforce earnings and revenue topped analyst expectations. but the company stock is headed lower this morning. company announced revenue was up 22% during the last quarter compared to the same time last year, also announced its first major buyback plan, with the board approving a $10 billion repurchase. however salesforce also gave a disappointing forecast for the next year. with that. the stock prices down about 6% this morning. all
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right, pam. time is 4 38. and we hope you'll be joining us tomorrow morning for our last zip trip of the summer, and this time we're headed to martinez martinez is a little slice of old town all small town usa, and i just feel like you know, when you come here, you get to enjoy the people. make sure you join us for a taste of martinez and it's growing food scene look at that will also uncover some of the well known and the lesser known facts about martinez, including the legacy of the great joe dimaggio. there will be broadcasting live but waterfront park so if you live in the area, why don't you just come on down? join us, you'll be able to watch the last zip trip to martinez tomorrow at nine. a.m. always very fun. food is great, and i love the trivia. frank malcolm's trying to ask us all of us. ask us if we know any of it. it's yeah, i had to go through martinez about two weeks
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ago. there's a lot of construction there. yeah around the buildings, the courthouse and stuff i'm like, where did that come from? not anyway. all right. that would be good for tomorrow. we do have a pattern change. finally it took awhile. nice thursday. coastal fog a little cooler, breezy 60 seventies eighties. nineties not unless you're really far inland cooler weekend as a system digs into the north, where it ends up is still kind of bugaboo on placement. but either way you look at it will start a cooler pattern. big fog bank out there. there's more of an onshore breeze. that's for sure. travis west southwest 26 had augusta 32 last hour. oakland west wind conquered south wind, so yeah. advil alamo menlo park in cupertino, just a teeny bit cooler here. down two down three. hot in alamo is 90 degrees table going. 87 menlo park down three cupertino from 84 to 82. so just a little bit here. san francisco, the water temp dropped and guess what the bigger fog bank sent that temp
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down from tuesday. 72 yesterday 65. today we'll go. 64 makes a big difference when that watertown goes from 58 to 54 low overcast drizzle some breezy, blustery, sunny inland yet a little bit cooler more eighties than instead of those nineties. fifties and sixties, when the napa airport and lower laker both 61 along with concord. that's breaking news. so is sfo . you don't see that all the time in august, but that's what we have here upper fifties sixties temperatures not changing all that much. pacifica pillar 610.57 woodside's 56 a lot of sixties here, atherton stanford menlo park, palo alto lost three days in a row. los altos in los altos hills were the same temp at this time. there's your 54 at the san francisco buoy 55 monterey 52 point race. that's cold, cold water. 2 to 8 degrees below average for this time of year. amazing. it's been the coldest and over a decade, the last this long the highest backed off a little bit. there's a little dip in the jet stream to the north. that's what does it that that enhances the onshore breeze. drizzle looks likely for us trucking title could be windy
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this weekend, and that's the one that we main message. they're up there. 60 seventies eighties. now on the tempt, you know, there's just going to be a couple of subtle changes today and tomorrow, then it doesn't look cooler going into the weekend before a rebound early next week. all right. thank you, steve. coming up the action. california lawmakers want to take against groups and organizations that took part in the january 6th riot at the nation's capital in 2021, rolling back of vaccine mandate in the east bay, we'll tell you why first responders in one county no longer have to get a covid-19 vaccine shot tonight. you can see the 49ers take on the texans right here on ktvu channel to kick off. five oclock then joined bubba, paris, jason appelbaum and joe fonzi for the point after following the game.
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for decades, i've worked at the intersection ♪ of domestic violence and homelessness. so when prop 27 promised solutions to homelessness, i took a good, hard look. it's not a solution. 90% of the money goes to the out-of-state corporations who wrote it. very little is left for the homeless. don't let corporations exploit homelessness to pad their profits. vote no on 27. 34 your body texas school board fired the police chief there over the police response to the deadly mass shooting at an
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elementary school school officials in new body voted unanimously to terminate the contract of pete erin dondo, exactly three months after a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers at rob elementary and investigation found police officers waited outside the school and in the hallway during that mass shooting. the state, says the police chief quote place the lives of officers before the lives of children. rondo's lawyers argue he was not in charge of the scene during that attack, a new poll finds a vast majority of voters in california think abortion rights is an important issue on the way they will vote in the elections this year. the new berkeley igs poll found 81% of people thought abortion was a serious issue. it also found that 89% of democrats in california and 35% of republicans in the state are in favor of a woman's right to choose. there will be a measure on the november ballot to amend
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the state constitution to protect abortion access in california. a federal judge has ruled idaho cannot enforce its strict abortion ban. when a medical emergency is involved. that means hospitals will be able to continue treating ectopic pregnancies and other complications. normally, for now . the department of justice sued idaho earlier this month, saying that the ban violated a federal law that required medicare funding hospitals to treat patients who are having a medical emergency. other aspects of the abortion ban will go into effect later. today is for 46. house speaker nancy pelosi, praising the healthcare provision of the recently signed inflation reduction act. speaker pelosi joined san francisco's health director and other bay area health leaders yesterday, she says a major part of the bill is to produce health care and prescription drug cross. we had tried in the affordable care act to bring down the cost of health care, and we did, except when it came to the cost of
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prescription drugs. we are about the kitchen table of america's working families. how can we lower cost increased paychecks and again make communities safer ? speaker pelosi says the inflation reduction act bands, drugmakers from predatory price hikes by capping prescription drug costs. $2000 for recipients of medicare. new coronavirus, data shows deaths have fallen by 15% worldwide. the world health organization reports in the past week. new infections have also dropped by 9% however, the organization also warned that covid-19 numbers are likely severely underestimated, since many countries have dropped their testing protocols. data from the cdc says more than 16 million working age americans are dealing with long covid. the impact of long covid has led to as many as four million people kept out of work. the federal reserve bank of minneapolis released a study citing that about 26% of people with long
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covid have had their work impacted. the estimated number of people out of work is about $230 billion a year and lost earnings time now for 47 contra costa county has rolled back covid vaccination mandate for first responders and other emergency personnel. the county first issued that health order a year ago it was during a surgeon virus cases. contra costa county health services removed that requirement. tuesday effective immediately, the health order applied to law enforcement officers, firefighters, emergency medical personnel who respond to facilities that have a high risk of an outbreak. like hospitals, jails and nursing homes. and there's new information showing san francisco appears to be turning a corner on the monkey pox virus , according to the san francisco health department, the number of new monkeypox cases last week was less than five. by comparison, the number of new cases during the week of july 24th was 143. there have been
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650 reported cases in san% francisco this year. and today, alameda county health officials say they'll be holding a town hall on the monkey parked virus . the online forum will be open to the public from 5, 30 to 6 30 . pm officials say the town hall will be an opportunity to get information about the virus and for the community to ask questions. now if you want to register, we posted the link on our ktvu website, just go to ktvu dot com. click on web links today. california air resources board is affected to approve new rules that would ban the sale of gas powered cars by 2035. the board's new rules would set quotas for zero emission car sales starting in 2026. the rules would not affect the use of cars that are already on the road, the company that helps corporations with transportation and mobility issues, says 30% of all california emissions come from cars and trucks. that's more than any other source.
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silicon valley mobility managing director sven biker says california can set a good example of how other regions can make the transition. vehicles are not only sold in california , not only in the united states at the global market, and you somehow need to transition. these um 100 year old companies into the next stage. ford motor company released a statement saying, in part quote, combating climate change and a strategic priority and we are proud of our partnership with california for stronger vehicle emission standards forged during a time when climate action was under attack. last year, general motors announced that by 2035, it will not build gasoline powered cars anywhere. in the world. you're happy about that, aren't you? i love it. i know there is. you know, there are other issues that they have to deal with, with the charging and everything. but there are zero emissions going into the air. that's for sure. steve's here with your forecast for thursday and thank you for making pan feel better allergies and other
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ones like the cool breeze. yeah, i think you have a lot of company. right there because i get in line. that's what a lot of people think it's been a hot stretch for some inland. not so much coast in bay, june and july were pretty good, but august inland if you've been there it's been out. we'll go livermore and go across here. go across here. 91 on the 13th 97 1. oh 110106 scuse me on the 16th. that was a record high by the way. 96 96 91 101, then a nice cool 88 on the 21st 93 97 91 today we're going 88 so back into that cooler pattern if you will, and then probably even more so as we head into the saturday sunday timeframe. pretty good fog bank out there the basis of lifted a little bit. there's more of an onshore breeze here compared to yesterday. west southwest 26 travis yesterday. this time it was what 18 that was up against a 32. that's what you want to see. now just slightly cooler, slightly. yonville alamo, menlo park, cupertino. just a little bit eighties nineties yesterday
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. today, it's all eighties or upper seventies on some of the temps here. san francisco the modern bowie temp dropped yesterday and so did the high temps 65 only going 64 today after three days in a row of 77 72, but it dropped yesterday. i don't think it's changing anytime soon. sixties seventies eighties again, there could be some nineties far inland. you know where do you draw the line? low? overcast breezy, too blustery, sunny inland yet attempts coming down a little bit here more operating fifties and sixties on the temps interesting that lower like napa conquered. sfor all 61. you don't see that very often. 54 in san rafael 59, berkeley and oakland and walnut creek was 60 and sunny ville mid fifties. how about that? boulder creek felton in scotts valley, both all three at 55. it's close for capitola aptos fog burned off at 11 30 yesterday and capital. i have that on good authority and fifties is well for many, especially san jose state meteorology department down to morgan hill and san martin. and speaking of the monterrey interviewees. 55 san francisco buoy 54 point raised 52 cold
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again, coldest by about 2 to 8 degrees below average for this time of year on those water temps, which is amazing to see for the last so long hi, which had the grip on us for a couple of days is now easing off a little bit that will allow more drizzle. we've had that yesterday we'll go with it again today. nothing up in the sierra but wind. it could be a big issue they're going into, especially saturday and sunday 60 seventies eighties now and a lot of attempts here. we'll keep it about the same friday then it does look cooler going into the weekend before we rebound on monday. thank you. steve business owners in san francisco's castro district are threatening to stop paying taxes still ahead what they're demanding from the city. frightening new video taken aboard a commercial flight from mexico to los angeles. take a look at that. what we know about the major malfunction on the plane, but first a major crackdown in los angeles, the operation that led to 40 people arrested and dozens of cars impounded.
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side the justice department has just a few more hours to hand over a redacted version of the affidavit used to secure a search warrant of donald trump's florida home now, reporter lauren blanchard tells us this comes as president biden spoke publicly for the first time on the search. i didn't have any advanced notice. none zero. not one single bit. president biden broke his silence wednesday on the fbi raided former president trump's home and says he didn't know what was coming. meanwhile in florida, a legal showdown is looming between the department of justice and magistrate judge bruce reinhardt. the judge wants to know why the affidavit that prompted the search at mara lago should remain sealed. redactions suggestions are due thursday from doj lawyers who argue making it public would damage their ongoing investigation. former president trump has
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called for it to be released. no reasonable person really believes that this raid on president trump's compound was the equal application of the laws. this week, we learned a team of doj attorneys not related to the probe have been reviewing the documents taken from the former president's home looking for anything protected under attorney client privilege . the national archives also revealed in january they were recovered more than 700 pages from mar a lago containing classified documents. this is a form of grand theft. these documents don't belong to him, the presidential records act requires all documents whether they're classified or unclassified that they are the property of the government. former president trump's legal team recently filed a motion asking for the appointment of a special master, arguing the government has long treated the former president unfairly. donald trump is a republican. he's leading in the polls, and that is a problem for joe biden,
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the former president's legal team. um, has until friday to better explain to the judge why a special master is needed to review the evidence in washington. lauren blanchard, fox news. thank you. lauren california lawmakers passed a bill targeting non profit organizations associated with the january 6th attack on the u. s. capitol under the legislation , the state's attorney general would decide if a group's tax exempt status should be revoked for participating in treason, insurrection or advocating the overthrow of the government. it would apply to state taxes only , not federal taxes. the bill is now on the governor's desk. 40 people were arrested and dozens of cars impounded as part of a crackdown on illegal side shows in los angeles. police say 34 cars were impounded. 82 citations were issued and a number of st takeovers have been shut down before they even started. authorities say one of the people arrested how to warrant for attempted murder and another was in possession of a loaded ghost gun. lot of them
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were texting their friends and he like they got me like it's real, like we're actually really here. um and yeah, i mean, they kind of see that we're actually really serious about it. the new enforcement comes just days after a large street takeover in harbor gateway led to a flash mob looting and vandalizing a 7 11 store. angeles police say a gang of thieves from northern california is targeting visitors at a popular tourist spot. please say the thieves look for rental cars at griffith observatory because they're easy to spot and they know there are likely wallets and other valuables inside surveillance footage of license plate shows that many of the thieves use rental cars to drive down from from here in northern california. police say there have been more than 120 theft so far this year, and more than half of those have happened this summer. every day we wake up and have to help people on the street. we have to clean up pieces on the street. we have to clear our doorways on before we can open our businesses, and it's not their francisco's
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castro district. frustrated business owners is demanding action to clean up the streets and protect their businesses what they threatened to do to push the city into action. plus. every day. additional lawless behavior is taking place in the citizens of this city. i don't think feel safe. liberal saigon neighborhood community leaders tell us their ideas to make residents feel safer as the police investigate a new piece of evidence in the latest deadly shooting. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto good morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome to mornings onto i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook thursday morning. august 25th. getting closer to wrapping up august in steve. do we still have a drizzle fest coming this weekend? there was some yesterday we'll keep that industry into the weekend. yes yes. meteorological false starts in a week. okay we'll celebrate then. timber first meteorological fault. yes, yes.
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and that's when we start to start to take a look and hopefully things will change here. we have a big fog bank. it is cooler today. for many, there are still some nineties inland, but i brought temperatures down a little bit here. it started coast in bay. yesterday the city called off oakland coal off areas around the back alive will keep that drizzling there. sunny breezy and a little cooler instead of 91 or 92. we'll go some upper eighties today and livermore 88 san jose 82 santa rosa also 82. they came down yesterday as well. all right. salads here. it's 501 1st hour. we made it. okay we're starting this hour with good stuff. hey, steve here meteorological weekend starts today. not yet. okay alright. maybe this afternoon geologist, you know, it's just like you do things early. so that's true. we try to yes, sure. thank you, sir. right now. we do have a nice looking commit out there. the traffic is doing well. it's good to the bay
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breaks. we don't have a lot going on which is good. this is the way we like it. it's going to be nice and quiet as you drive on interstate 80 that traffic also looks very nice heading out towards the coliseum. it's 501. let's get back to the headlines. thank you , well frustrated business owners in san francisco's castro district threaten to stop paying taxes unless the city does something about homelessness, crime and other problems. ktvu is jonah. katayama has more on this brewing controversy. castro merchants association says the city needs to take action. terrence allen is co president of the association and owner of floor dispensary and cafe floor , he says his business is windows have been smashed 11 times every day. we wake up and have to help people on the street. we have to clean up feces on the street. we have to clear our doorways on before we can open our businesses. and it's not fair association sent a letter to san francisco city officials saying they plan to stop paying taxes if san
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francisco does not do more to address crimes such as burglaries and vandalism and people with behavioral health problems and housed people camping on the sidewalks. the association wants the city to set aside 35 shelter beds for people in the castro district who need a place to stay. also they want the city to advise a plan for offering services to people who declined help and keep monthly records of how many people have been offered services and shelter. the city does need to take care of these people find a place for them to stay and like, help businesses when we call they come. 30 40. minutes later, the city's department of homelessness and supportive housing responded tuesday, saying they cannot reserve shelter beds for just one neighborhood, but said quote the department of homelessness and supportive housing will be opening 1000 shelter beds over the next three months that will give people in the castro and other neighborhoods a place to stay inside. the merchants association said they would also like to see more enforcement of laws and a plan for those people who refuse mental health or
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substance abuse treatment, the department of public health said quote clinical teams are trained in assessing individuals for involuntary holds. however california state law sets a very high threshold for those holds and often that threshold is not met, even when it looks to the public like an individual needs help merchants association met with one of the new police commissioners and said that they are hoping that they can get more citizens and police patrols here in the castro. reporting from san francisco. jana katsuyama ktvu fox two news. thank you, jonah. san francisco district attorney brooke jenkins announced her new cash bail policy. this comes about a month after she was sworn into office, although she acknowledges the inequities in cash bail policies as her predecessor, chase a boudin did . jenkins policy allows cash bail in limited misdemeanor cases as required by law now, in a statement, the district attorney says, quote cash bail unfairly penalizes those with less financial. means and disproportionately affects defendants of color. protecting
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victims and ensuring public safety are my top priorities. we will not shy away from holding offenders accountable, but we will not perpetuate further injustice and inequities 505 happening today at 23 year old san francisco man who admitted to shooting and killing his father and stepmother will be formally charged with murder, urban hernandez flores told ktvu during a jailhouse interview. he was drunk and angry at his father for allegations of sexual abuse in the fast. he says he did not intend to kill his stepmother. saying she was shot and killed when he shot his father after the shooting. flores then live streamed. the crime scene is, he shouted profanities! a former high level san francisco official will be sentenced today in federal court . mohammed neuro resigned in 2020 as the city's public works director after the fbi accused him of a scheme involving bribes and kickbacks on city contracts
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. he was released on bail. prosecutors want neuro to be sentenced to nine years in prison in euros attorneys are asking for a lighter sentence because he is at risk of covid because of health problems. they also expect he'll be forced to give up his $7000 a month pension. an effort to extend last call at bars across the state has failed. the bill would have allowed bars to keep serving alcohol until four o'clock in the morning. last call is currently two a.m. the proposal asked for a three year pilot program in san francisco, west hollywood and palm springs . however, the measure could not pass the assembly. time is not 506 for the 49ers tonight, so final preseason game they'll be playing the houston texans. ktvu demagogues joining us live at levi stadium to tell us more about what to expect going into the new regular season. good morning, everyone. good morning while i'm at levi stadium, and it won't be this empty for long . it's only a matter of weeks before we're in the regular season and things are back on at
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levi stadium, but tonight is really the last chance for young players to showcase what they have. and for the 49ers starters to prepare for week one of the regular season now. head coach kyle shanahan said yesterday that 49ers quarterback trade lands will play tonight, but we probably won't see him in the game. for too long. emanuel mostly, is still a maybe for tonight. he's recovering from a hamstring injury and one player that's been showing improvement and promise in the preseason is defensive tackle in law, who is expected to have a spot in the 49ers starting lineup. he came to the team as the number 14 overall pick in the 2020 nfl draft touchdown here feel like i'm finally getting back to having fun and, you know, just really. just being a kid again. you know now that i'm not in any pain. tonight's game is the last one before the regular season opener against the chicago bears
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, which is on sunday, september 11th reporting live from levi stadium. mm goss, ktvu fox two news thank you. and tonight you can see the 49ers played the texans right here on ktvu fox to the game starts at five. p.m. make sure you join, uh, bubba, paris, jason appelbaum and joe fonzi for the point after after the game. alright sounds good fiber weight is the time back over to steve paulson. what do you keeping an eye on a little cooler pattern here today into tomorrow we've had some very hot temperatures inland or along stretcher. august has been hot for inland areas. not so much coast and bay. but inland temps have been in the nineties 100 now looks like more eighties here, so it'll be a nice thursday. bigger fog bank. the bases are a little higher. there's more of an onshore breeze will take that into the weekend. probably not a huge change between saturday and sunday. then after that, it looks like we'll start to warm up a little bit. but plenty of low clouds. that's not the issue here. the onshore breezes in
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place yesterday, though some of that fog was held in check, but there you go, 26 32 that'll do it. so why don't you get gus that high? that's double from yesterday. that's a sure sign inland areas, including fare available. cool down ville down to alamo hot nine yesterday. go 87 today. menlo park 81 to 78. could pitino 84 to 82 degrees, so not a big drop, but still a little bit. the city, though, did drop seven degrees yesterday. tuesday was 72 the water 10 point down to 54 from 58 to 54 that makes a big time difference. so 65 yesterday will go 64 for a high today. 60 seventies and eighties again now go up in lake county is still going to be hot, and kyle's told me happened in my immediate forecast zone areas such as livermore conquered will come down. gilroy officially yesterday was 84 officially. they came down yesterday. santa rosa came down yesterday fifties and sixties and attempts. hayward 61 san carlos is in. there s f o s in there. conquered napa and lower like that, and brentwood. you don't see that all the time. talk
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about ice a thermal fifties sent in some odd 55 upper fifties sonoma american canyon, napa, 57 , healdsburg, sebastopol, rohnert park in windsor, 54 marshall and even 56 up in laden ville, so cool weather is spilled in for some here. 53 52 water attempts to san francisco boys 54. even the monterey interviewee has dropped to 55. these are about 2 to 8 degrees below average for this time of year, the highest easing off backing off a little bit that will allow them more of the onshore breeze. bigger fog bank. maybe some drizzle again. we'll take that into the weekend. when the looks to be the weather word for tahoe truckee this weekend 60 seventies eighties on the temps here and little change friday, then it does look cooler going into the weekend before he rebound on temps next week. i don't know. what i'm gonna do is just days. you know, all income was limited and that we have struggling to survive, so we'll see how he's going to work. people left without a place to live after a fire tore through
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their apartment building in san francisco. we take a closer look at the damage and hear from one woman who had to be rescued a dispute between neighbors what happened near one family's home where a dog owner is accused of pulling out a gun. here at city of refuge, we house up to 26 families. we reduce homelessness, address mental health, provide spaces for addiction to be broken, create spaces of healing and restoration. for the first time ever, prop 27 will provide permanent funding for organizations like ours. saying yes to prop 27 means more people get the assistance that they nee they get someone to partner in such a way to see transformation come to them.
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narrator: visit talkaboutvaping.org for tips on when and how to have the vape talk. neighborhood after a deadly weekend shooting oakland police will be deploying officers 24 hours a day in little saigon that includes undercover and patrol officers, surveillance teams and burglary and robbery suppression operations. this is, uh, essentially the attack on everybody, uh, all the good law by citizens. the harry lin is a retired dentist. he was friends with lily. you sued the oakland
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chinatown dennis, who were shot and killed on sunday, oakland police are still out there searching for white lexus better took off after a gunman shot and killed her do surveillance video obtained by ktvu shows that lexus had parked nearby. 13 minutes before she was shot. oakland police chief laurent armstrong says it appears to people in that lexus. we're waiting for a victim. right now. we can't afford the present status quote because every day additional lawless behavior is taking place in the citizens of this city. i don't think feel safe. later this morning. we're going to hear from supervisor nate miley. he will be our guest on the nine investigating a shooting in east oakland. it happened last night on foothill boulevard near 57th avenue. officers began their investigation inside a convenience store at this time, police are only saying that there was one victim. they have not given any information about
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the condition of that person or if anyone has been taken into custody. well he's made city of pittsburgh police. they're investigating a case where a woman is accused of threatening a family because of dog waste homeowner in pittsburgh, shared this video taken back in july, it appears to show a woman pulling out a gun, pointing it towards the house. since then, the family says, a woman came back and spit on their cars. all of this, we're told started after the family asked the woman to pick up her dog's droppings. the pittsburgh police are investigating this case as a potential criminal threat. the case will be sent to the da's office in the south bay of to a bus driver who threatened to shooting over the summer has left his job. the remark was made back in june. it was in response to the agency's covid vaccine rules. 64 year old douglas lobster, um, was permitted to keep his job despite coworkers voicing their concerns. according to the mercury news. lobster um, has now retired from vita amid a criminal investigation. for now,
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he will be allowed to keep his pension time now, 5 16. we're hearing more from the people affected by the fire that tore through a san francisco apartment building. ktvu is christian captain talked to the fire victims who escaped the flames and also to a business owner who's asking the community for help. three alarm fire that tore through this building and mcallister and to visit dero drew more than 100 firefighters to the scene. there were dramatic stories of residents dropping out of windows to safety. and now we're hearing from tabitha lar. she took in a long, full of smoke when she opened her front door, calling out the firefighters and had to be taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation main smoking relations when i opened the door to yell for them, and the blast came in. so they had to monitor make sure because apparently, they said that smoke damage to the lungs can happen gradually over the course of two or three hours, said she had mentally prepared herself for this very possibility, even running a fire
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drill at home, trying to figure out how she would rescue her two cats. when the time came, she was able to scoop one cat into a carrier and managed to find the second hiding in a closet. she says. despite a fear of heights , she had to follow the firefighters out onto a weakened roof and then down the aerial ladder to safety fire crews capturing the moment in a photograph, and i said girl. you're going to go down a ladder. you are going to go down a ladder from the roof and you're gonna have to. you're just gonna have to do it. and that's what i did. and i still can't believe it. the people living here aren't the only ones wondering what's next oasis on the ground floor has been a popular neighborhood gathering space place is the and i can put the neighborhood to get together here. and i give i allow the community to have a meeting here and yeah, my place is the main place to know each other did i see highlights says in addition
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to all the water and smoke damage inside, also have to get rid of all of the food he's already bought, he says the neighborhood pulled together through the pandemic, and he's hoping they pull together once more to help his business survive. i don't know what i'm going to do with the states. you know our income was limited, and we have struggling to survive. so we'll see how it's gonna work during our initial coverage. some viewers were concerned, saying it didn't appear that the firefighters were doing enough to put out that fire. the fire department assures us that it's not like you see in the movies, they say spring water from the outside can actually endanger anyone who's inside, including any firefighters who might be inside the fire department says. that's exactly what was going on. they say they were numerous cruise with hoses battling the fire from the inside of the building and the firefighters that were outside rather manning pumps or were on standby for a rescue. if that became necessary , and they say that those firefighters that you see outside are also preparing to rotate in and relieve the firefighters who are inside, battling that fire when their air runs out. in san francisco.
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christien kafton ktvu fox two news back here time now. 5 18 happening today insecticide spraying and contra costa county along the martinez waterfront control adult mosquitoes, the vector control officials worry about the large amount of mosquitoes that could lead to the west nile virus during that insecticide spraying. people in the area should keep doors and windows closed. the spraying should be over by eight o'clock this morning. alright 5 19 is the time to steve paulson. ah! there shouldn't be a lot of standing water for mosquitoes because we haven't had very much of that. um not here. yeah you know who was getting a lot of lot of water right now. grand canyon really thunderstorms down there. also east of san diego. big big thunderstorms. i saw some video of water pouring into the grand canyon. so there's been to constance constance this month. one has been the inland
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attempts that have been warm to hot. and the other has been the monsoon around las vegas, arizona and now southern california. you can see the temps. it's been a long, hot stretch in nineties and one hundred's except for august, 21st in livermore when it was only 88 yesterday was 91. the hottest was on the 16th 106. that was a record high, believable believe. when 88 today so we'll start to see a little bit cooler pattern, but, yeah, i mean, if you've been inland, it's been a hot although june and july weren't bad august has been hot. but watch how the thunder start las vegas has had incredible thunderstorm activity eased to send diego also in the high desert and look at that right around the nevada california arizona border. it was lit up yesterday, especially around the grand canyon, flagstaff, so don't press kits had a lot of activity here. it's been just almost nonstop since it started june 15th. nice thursday. coastal far little cooler inland started yesterday . for many, although we still had some nineties, but trend is to bring those inland temps down over the next few days, especially on the weekend. big
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fog bank onshore breezes in place. we talk about this. you know, travis? yes, there was only 18. miles an hour today is 26 gusting to 32 that that's a sure sign right there. normal high in the city 69. they were 70 on sunday monday. 72 tuesday yesterday, 65. today we're going 64, the water temp went down the san francisco boy. he went from 58 to 54. that makes a big difference. sunny inland, yet it does look a little cooler here for some more eighties than the nineties 61 lower link napa airport conquered brentwood, fremont, sfo. i mean, you don't see that very often this time of year. usually there's a bigger difference alamitos in their piedmont's in their brentwood, pittsburgh. i mean, temperatures have come down. union city is one of the warmer 62 53 clayton . that's a little cool out there. so there's some cooler lows. and speaking of cooler, the water temps continue to amaze. they are running about 2 to 8 degrees below average for this time of year, mainly 52 to 54 55, which is, you know, usually, i'm talking about low sixties, but that's not the case
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this time around. the high pressure backed off, there's little noticeable dip in the jet stream right up in here, right there just a little bit, but the system coming into the far in the gulf of alaska provide a bigger cool down as we go to the weekend looks like more of windy conditions as we had to the weekend for tao and truckee. probably more breezy conditions and drizzle for us 60 seventies eighties on the attempts today and not much change tomorrow, maybe a degree or two warmer than cooler into the weekend, dave alright. save time is 5 22 , a devastating fall of more than 80 ft for a rock climber in yosemite park, who broke several bones of nexus story of her rescue and how her family in new zealand is struggling to bring her
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today the price is free to get into all national parks to celebrate the 106th birthday of the national park service. the national park service is created august 25th 1916. that's when
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president woodrow wilson signed the national park service act, even though park entrances are free reservations will still be required parts that do require them blank. yosemite well, the state of california could soon followed the lead of yosemite national park to reduce overall waste. two years ago, yosemite removed propane cylinder is for single use camping stoves from the park stores. the proposed bill would ban the sale of disposable £1 propane cylinders in california by the year. 2028 lawmakers say the propane cylinders are offered among the litter found in state parks in be jews. it is 5 25 woman from new zealand is in the hospital after she broke almost every bone in her body when she fell at yosemite national park is 21 year old anna parsons and experienced climber. she was with a climbing partner when she slipped 80 ft. down the snake dike route on half dome peak.
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even though doctors say she broke many bones or helmet actually saved her from seriously injuring her head. helmet itself was smashed. that was parsons is at a hospital in modesto. she's had two surgeries already, including her leg was amputated at her need. now her family in new zealand is trying to get her home safely and paid the medical bill that could be more than $1 million. going to the u. s and having this happened was quite a culture shock. and um, something we were not really prepared for not used to. and new zealand. public health pays for any accident. it pays 80% of your salary. if you can't go to work, so the family in new zealand is applied for a grant from the hospital to pay her medical bills. they've also set up a website for donations. it's 5 26, a flight that was headed from los angeles to
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guadalajara, mexico. turned around and made an emergency landing flames as you see here, and sparks were coming from one of the engines. one passenger says they heard a loud explosion 10 minutes into that flight. many who were on the plane began to panic. as you can imagine, the plane did returned and landed safely in guadalajara, the airline viva, a robust, says there was a mechanical problem with one of the engines and friction between pieces of metal cause those sparks to people. will survived after their plane crashed in solano county. it happened yesterday in back of ill. it was a single engine, private blade. it came down right off a road near the airport. we don't know at this point at the plane was on the final approach or if it had just taken off the pilot and the passenger were taken to a hospital and treated for minor injuries. it is 5 27, the judge in florida should hear from the justice department soon on what they want redacted from the
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affidavit. for the search of the home of former president trump coming up. we have the latest on the investigation at mar a lago. people are struggling right now. we have high inflation. push for rent control in the east bay. let you hear from advocate to let you hear from advocate to pushing for an end to what they what's the difference between prop 26 and prop 27? 26? not one dime to get people off the streets and into housing 27 generates hundreds of million to help solve homelessness. the choice is clear yes on prop 27.
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what's the difference between prop 26 and prop 27? 26 is a money grab that doesn't guarantee a cent for non-gaming tribes. 27 requires 15% of all state revenues go to non-gaming tribes. the choice is clear. yes, on 27. eat work. get dressed. when i brush my teeth. i voted in the districts where the ballots came to. a candidate for san francisco supervisor is denying allegations of voter fraud. now she's under investigation for what she said on social media to a local journalist plus mhm is kind of a little bit of a drop in the bucket. president biden delivered a long awaited campaign promise. but some say it does not go far enough. from
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ktvu fox two news this morning's onto good morning. thank you for joining us here on morning sun, too. i'm pam cook. good morning. i'm dave clark thursday morning. it's august 25th and actually feels good outside does in the parking lot of cool little bear sitting out there, steve. no doubt about it. i felt it yesterday and i did not have to close the window. no. right 14 degrees cooler in my place. boy it makes a huge difference. there are some who like to eat. there are some who wanted cooler. eddy kuba. i hope that's right, eddie. steve you can bring the fall weather any time like now. well, eddie, i'm working on. it's still august. i mean, you know, but september 1st isn't just around the corner there, and that's when meteorological false starts. so we do have a pretty good fog bank out there and temperatures coming down a little bit. they were still in the low nineties for some yesterday and a little bit of drizzle. had some yesterday. i think we had more yesterday than today, but sixties seventies and eighties. put on the brakes. no nineties
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on this panel, alright, sal's here at 5 31. things usually don't pick up now, though, until, like 7 30. yeah i was going to school, right? that's what you told me. this whole my late one. you're right, steve. it's been a late commute, so right now you can get out there and get a decent commute. and here at the bay bridge. we're going to show you that traffic is moving along very well. so steve said it. we've been saying it that people get on the road. after they dropped the kids off at school. you can see traffic is moving along pretty well there. this is a look at interstate 80 and no major problems as you drive past the coliseum, 5 32. let's go back to the headline happening today is state agency is expected to approve a ban on the sale of gas powered cars in california by the year. 2035 ktvu sally rasmus here now to explain how that band would work and ali the changes drivers could begin. and sing in the next five years. good morning. good morning, dave
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. in the next 5 to 10 years, you'd expect to see more charging stations like this one here behind us around businesses and homes in california because by the year 2035 you will not be able to buy a new gas powered vehicle anywhere in our state. the california air resources board is set to meet today and approved rules that would ban the sale of gas powered vehicles by the year 2035. it would start phasing out the sale of those gas powered cars by setting limits on how many can be sold as early as 2026, or just in the next few years or so. keep in mind this set of rules that they're approving today only has to do with passenger cars and vehicles, not commercial vans or trucks. there's a ban that will go into effect by 2045. on gas powered commercial vehicles. but this rule today that they're deciding on has to do with passenger vehicles. industry experts say that because california has so many customers , carmakers will end up making this change nationwide. vehicles
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are not only sold in california , not only in the united states at the global market, and you somehow need to transition. these um 100 year old companies into the next stage. okay, that's not. ford motor company released a statement in support of the move to eventually banned the sale of gas powered cars here. and last year, general motors announced that by 2035, they won't be building gas powered vehicles anywhere in the world. now the california air resources board meets today to discuss and approve these new rules again. it's for passenger vehicles banning the sale of any new gas powered cars by the year 2035 phasing them out. decades before then. live in emeryville . ali rasmus ktvu box to moose. alright, thank you. ali. millions of student loan borrowers will have at least some of their debt forgiven. president biden made that announcement. borrowers earning less than $125,000 a year or household earning less than $250,000 can apply to reduce
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their debt by $10,000 for people who received a pell grant to attend college that increases to $20,000, however stumps. some still argue that the president's plan does not go far enough. kind of a little bit of a drop in the bucket. um i think a lot of us made decisions about what we were going to study based on some other promises like public service loan forgiveness. congress really does need to get involved. student loan payments are paused again through the rest of the year. the biden administration is also proposing a new income driven repayment plan where borrowers pay no more than 5% of their monthly income on loans. 5 35 in the city of richmond, supporters of the rent control measure, p held a rally to spotlight that initiative. yes me. yes ppe measure, p would limit rent increases to 3% or 60% of the consumer price index
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, whichever is lower. voters there in richmond will get a chance to vote on that measure in the november election, according to a recent homelessness numbers assessment . contra costa county saw the biggest increase in homelessness in the past four years where the numbers oven housed. people jumped 35% between 29. 18 and 2022. my rent just recently got increased by $85, and it's very it's not fair, with the conditions that we have to live in. people are struggling right now. we have high inflation. we're in a recession. it's time that we have lowered increases that landlords are allowed to present to their tenants. now the antioxidant council approved the measure earlier this week. those new rules are already in effect. it is the same rent cap, the city of oakland is also using a candidate for san francisco supervisor is disputing allegations that she may have committed voter fraud.
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the city's attorney's office is investigating leanna louis after articles written by journalist joe with mission local now those claims that she may not live in the district she's running to represent. questioned why louis voted in a district other than one where she's registered and whether her primary residences in district four where she is a candidate, louis has faced criticism for social media post, where she capitalized. the last four letters of joe is last name spelling i made a mistake by my facebook post, but as far as where i live i know where i live. i know where i voted. and i wouldn't do any i wouldn't do otherwise. louis says she met with the deputy city attorney and an investigator about the incident. the city attorney has not said when the investigation will be complete. the election is november 8th. uc berkeley officials are making changes to the swim team's coaching staff. this comes as the san francisco chronicle reports the head of
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the women's team may not return from paid leave amid an investigation into bullying. now acting director david burden will now oversee both the women's and men's swim teams. david marshall, serve as a see it head coach for the women's program. that's after teri mckeever was put on paid leave back in may after more than two dozen current and former team members accused her of verbal and emotional bullying that led some swimmers to consider suicide and other athletes left the team. mckeever has not commented on those claims are time is fivethirtyeight and we hope you'll be joining us tomorrow morning for our final zip trip of the summer, and this time we're headed to martinez martinez is a little slice of old town. on all small town usa , and i just feel like you know when you come here. you get to enjoy the people. make sure you join us for a taste of the growing food scene in martinez, will you look at that? we'll also show you some of the well
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known and lesser known facts about martinez, including the legacy of joe dimaggio. there will be broadcasting live at waterfront park and mount martinez. so if you live in the area come on down. join us, you'll be able to watch the last zip trip to martinez tomorrow at nine o'clock. alright 5. 39 is the time i wonder what the weather is going to be like in martinez tomorrow it'll be nice. i have a good friend in fremont . her name is denise. she goes, can i can i join the trip and help gasia anchor? ah she loves the zip trips would have would have loved that before. there were times where she had to do it solo. but andre is there no idea how hard that is to do when you're on site like that? it's a lot of energy exerted it is planning goes into it. yes, frank sal, they do a fantastic job on that. that's not easy. ah so we do have a little bit of a cool down yesterday and a bigger one will be today. line in the booth says it was cool and capital our beautiful capital
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until 11 30 noon, then the fog burned back. by the way. the high was 71 yesterday in capitola right now i see 56. there's a lot of mid fifties soquel laptops, santa cruz in there. watson villas closed those pg pebble and caramel, so everyone's very close. drop that one for moderate. so a lot of mid fifties there. why because the water temps are in the mid fifties that works pretty good fog bank as well. there's the bases are a little higher, so it'll be a nice thursday. little cooler started coast in bay yesterday, even though inland some inland temps did hit the low nineties. today i went more upper eighties and we'll see an even bigger drop on those temps, probably by saturday. yonville alamo, menlo park in cupertino, eighties and nineties yesterday. today it's all seventies and mainly lower eighties, although it's tough to cool down, conquered. walter krieg, alamo, danville, san ramon livermore, pleasanton and this. it's tough when they're locked in those nineties, but it does look a little cooler going through the next couple of days here, the
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city finally dropped yesterday. 65 today we're going 64 after three days in a row, 70 70 and then 72. the water temp that went from 58 to 54. that makes a big difference. travis 26 gusta 32 out of the west southwest. that's the signature you look for when it's going to be cooler inland. big time monsoon activity yesterday east san diego, riverside county, san bernardino county, coachella valley around las vegas, big boomers and grand canyon. it's a lot of runoff flowing in there also out towards the arizona california border. flagstaff beautiful sedona. man it's just been crazy. politics continues. there'll overcast, breezy to windy, some drizzle sunny inland yet a little cooler, more eighties fifties and sixties. i mean, everyone's in on this little cooler pad, and there's your water temp's 50 to 52 54 55 . that's why the temps are around mid fifties here for many around santa cruz de monterrey, the highest weakening a little bit, allowing a system to dip in that's going to give us more of an onshore breeze. so fog drizzle cool to mild. over by the coast and then a little
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cooler inland. still warm but more upper eighties instead of those mid or upper nineties and by the weekend system depends on where the low ends up. it will be cooler, though breezy, 60 seventies eighties now on the temps unless you again unless you're well, well inland, then you'll get some nineties but a little cooler into the weekend. then it starts to warm up again early next week. all right. thank you, steve. well the season isn't over. but major league baseball has already announced the schedule for next season coming up in our six o'clock hour, where the san francisco giants and the oakland a's will start the season and why it will be a lot different than this year. and rolling back vaccine mandate in the east bay. we'll tell you why first responders in one county no longer have to get a covid
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for decades, i've worked at the intersection of domestic violence and homelessness. so when prop 27 promised solutions to homelessness, i took a good, hard look. it's not a solution. 90% of the money goes to the out-of-state corporations who wrote it. very little is left for the homeless. don't let corporations exploit homelessness to pad their profits. vote no on 27. 5 44 new coronavirus status
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shows deaths have fallen by 15% worldwide, the world health organization reports in the past week. new infections have also dropped by 9% however, the organization warned covid-19 numbers are likely severely underestimated, since many countries have dropped their testing protocols. data from the cdc says more than 16 million working age americans are dealing with long covid. the impact of long covid has led to as many as four million people kept out of work. the federal reserve bank of minneapolis released a study citing that about 26% of people with long covid have had their work impacted. the estimated number of people out of work is about $230 billion a year and last earnings time now, 5 45 contra costa county has rolled back a covid vaccine. nation mandates for first responders and other emergency personnel. the county first issued the health order a year ago during a surgeon virus cases effective
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immediately can't cast a health services have removed that requirement that health order applied to law enforcement officers, firefighters and emergency medical personnel who respond to facilities that have a high risk of outbreaks like a hospital, a jail and nursing homes. well new information shows san francisco appears to be turning a corner on what has been known as the monkey pox virus, according to the san francisco department of public health. the number of new cases of those monkey pox is last week was less than five. by comparison, the number of new cases during the week of july 24th was 143. there have been 650 reported cases in san francisco so far this year. and today, alameda county health officials say they will be holding a town hall on that virus. the online forum will be open to the public from 5 30 to 6 30 pm tonight, officials say the town hall will be an
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opportunity to get information about the virus and for the community to ask questions. if you want to register, we posted a link on our ktvu website, just go to ktvu .com and click on web links. performing arts departments are starting to make a comeback at the south bay university after the arts and culture sector was hit hard during the pandemic. san jose state university has a unique idea to draw people back to live art performances and athletic events. the university special initiative is a new program called footballs and curtain calls when you buy a san jose state football or hammer theater ticket, you will receive a discount code to purchase tickets at the other venue. so i think it's a really great opportunity to jump start everyone's desire to be out and about now that covid is somewhat more under control and an opportunity to see some of the best possible things at san jose state. the offer is available to everyone and discounts are between 25 to 50% off with six
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home football games and four theater art performances. time is 5 47. we have to get everybody to where you need to go. sounds watching our commute. how's it? look it doesn't look bad. dave and pam i kind of like it right now. stephen alluded to it earlier. we kind of have a real calm period. the commute tends to change right now at 5 48 pretty soon these metering lights are gone. we'll get a little bit of a backup, but then it's going to start to change sometime in the seven o'clock hour now, it doesn't always stay this way. it doesn't just so we're going to start getting earlier commutes a little later in the year. right now, it looks pretty good, though. for people who are getting up early. look at all this. just a lot of green kinda like scrolling around on your phone. if you've ever done traffic there, it's a pretty good right now. but pretty soon it'll start getting full. probably another hour, though you have a little bit of opportunity to get out there. 5 48, speaking of the man, can i be the man when you're the man? thank you, sir. ah we do have a
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bigger fog bank today. now it started yesterday, but the bases were still pretty low, so we still eat out some low nineties for a few inland does not look like it today. there's a lot of low clouds out there. so it'll be a nice thursday. nice. nice. very nice. coastal fog, little cooler inland, breezy than the weekend does look cool, depending on which forecast model is correct. one drives a pretty good little low right into northern california, then toe. others are a little more north and east. but either way, as or cool down the city dropped yesterday after three days in a row of 70 70 72 yesterday 65 today we're going 64. 64 officially but again, you can do five or six forecasts in the city alone. west southwest 26 gusta 32. that's what you're looking for. travis monsoon city . my goodness. southern california desert, the high desert riverside county, coachella valley, las vegas and again up towards the nevada california, arizona border. flagstaff over to the grand canyon heavy look at those cells going through just incredible. activity here. there's a video
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of water pouring into the grand canyon. so if you look for it, i'm sure you'll find it sixties seventies eighties on the temps low overcast maybe some drizzle . 54 center fell. 56 santa rosa , lower length down to 59. that's that's a big drop. san jose 58. those are cooler than others don't see that all the time. fifties on the water temps bodega bay 53 point reyes, 50 to san francisco buoy 54 in monterey interviewee 55 cold, cold cold for this time of year little dip in the jet stream. that's what does it right up here just a little bit stronger . now the key is where there's where is the little going to come in here and drop into northern california, or is it going to stay up towards oregon and idaho? that's kind of the key as we go into the weekend, so we'll see what develops on that. but it does look like more clouds. one forecast model actually drives this low all the way down to here before it starts to inject it off into tahoe. i think that's probably a little overdone, but either way you look at it, it's going to be a bigger change for the weekend
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to cooler sixties seventies eighties on those temps, not a lot of change friday than much cooler as we go into the weekend. alright steve. thank you our time now. 5 15 sentencing today for the man who was once in the head of san francisco's department of public works. he was convicted of corruption coming up in the next hour. how long mohammed new are you could be in prison? and a crackdown in los angeles, the operation that led to 40 people arrested and dozens of cars impounded.
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two and the justice department has just a few more hours to hand over a redacted version of the affidavit that was used to secure a search warrant of donald trump's florida home. now, reporter lauren blanchard tells us this cams as president . biden spoke publicly for the first time on the search. i didn't have any advanced notice. none zero, not one single bit. president biden broke his silence wednesday on the fbi raided former president trump's home and says he didn't know it was coming. meanwhile, in florida, a legal showdown is looming between the department of justice and magistrate judge bruce reinhardt. the judge wants to know why the affidavit that prompted the sergent mara lago should remain sealed redactions . suggestions are due thursday from doj lawyers who argue making it public would damage their ongoing investigation. former president trump has called for it to be released. no reasonable person really
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believes that this raid on president trump's compound was the equal application of the laws. this week, we learned a team of doj attorneys not related to the probe have been reviewing the documents taken from the former residents home looking for anything protected under attorney client privilege . the national archives also revealed in january they were covered more than 700 pages from mar a lago containing classified documents. this is a form of grand theft. these documents don't belong to him, the presidential records act requires all documents whether they're classified or unclassified that they are the property of the government. former president trump's legal team recently filed a motion asking for the appointment of a special master, arguing the government has long treated the former president unfairly. donald trump is a republican. he's leading in the polls. and that is a problem for joe biden , the former president's legal team has until friday to better
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explain to the judge why a special master is needed to review the evidence in washington. lauren blanchard fox news at 5 55, california lawmakers passed a bill targeting non profit organizations associated with the january 6th attack on the u. s. capitol under the legislation , the state's attorney general would decide if the group's tax exempt status should be vote for taking part in treason. insurrection advocating the overthrow of the government. it would apply to state taxes only , not federal taxes. that bill is now in the desk of governor newsom. michigan governor gretchen whitmer says she is pleased with the convictions of two men who conspired to kidnap her. a federal jury in grand rapids convicted adam fox and barry croft, junior of conspiring to kidnap her back in 2020. prosecutors say the pair plan to abduct wittmer at her vacation home, then blow up in nearby bridge to disrupt police during the kidnapping. whitmer says the guilt the verdicts represent a good outcome for a lot of reasons. continued um,
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rhetoric that is aimed at inspiring americans dangerous dangerous two years ago when it started in my direction is dangerous today when it continues in the direction of the fbi or sitting supreme court justice, for that matter. the fbi considered it a domestic terrorism case and put at least three informants and two undercover agents on the case. 5 57, a federal jury has awarded kobe bryant widow vanessa bryant $16 billion in her lawsuit against los angeles county. the money is for emotional distress caused by sheriff's deputies and firefighters sharing photographs of the body of kobe bryant and his daughter at the helicopter crash. they were taken at the scene of that 2020 crash where they were killed. the jury agreed with vanessa bryant did her privacy was invaded when officials shared photos of the remains of kobe and their 13
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year old daughter, gianna vanessa bryant, tearfully testified during the 11 day trial that news of the photos compounded her grief after the death of her husband and daughter. 40 people were arrested and dozens of cars impounded as part of a crackdown on illegal side shows in los angeles. police say 34 cars were impounded. 82 citations were issued and a number of st takeovers have been shut down before they started. authorities say one of the people arrested had a warrant for attempted murder, and another was in possession of a loaded ghost gun. all of them were texting their friends and he like they got me like it's real that we're actually really here. um and yeah, i mean, they kind of see that we're actually really serious about it. the new enforcement comes just days after a large street takeover and harbor gateway led to a flash mob looting and vandalizing a 7 11 store. angeles police say gang of thieves from northern california is targeting visitors at a
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popular tourist spot. police say the thieves look for rental cars at griffith observatory because they're easy to spot and they know they are likely to contain wallets and other valuables. surveillance footage of license plate shows many of the thieves use rental cars to drive down from here in northern california. police say there have been more than 120 theft so far this year, and more than half of those have happened this summer. if we want our neighborhood to come back, we've got to help our community. come back. if we said nothing, nothing would change. angry business owners in san francisco fed up with homelessness and crime, what they're now doing to get the attention of the city plus the citizens of this city. i don't think feel safe. on the other side of the bay in oakland, calls for more safety after a violent weekend what oakland police are doing to protect residents from ktvu fox two news. this is mornings on
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two good morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings on two. i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook thursday morning, august 25th. steve paulson covering the forecast some cooler weather and store started for some yesterday will continue for others today. we still had some nineties in line. i don't think saturday unless you really far inland, but the city dropped to 65 yesterday, oakland dropped 72. a lot of areas around the bay dropped back into the seventies will go more. there's a bigger fog bank today, the bases are up the onshore breezes stronger. so a little cooler thursday here, maybe a little drizzle had yesterday had some sunny, breezy little cooler as well for inland temps. so now it's more sixties seventies and eighties. alright salles here six o'clock bridge freeway. where do you want to start? this time? we're getting some slow traffic now steve on highway four in contra costa county on the freeway there, so let's go there. westbound highway four is going to be slow. if you're coming in. it's almost backed up
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the ante active. these are the people who are trying to get out and beat the crowd. it is going to be slow. also there is a car on fire northbound to 42 just before olivera road, so to 42 has a little bit of a backup in the coton directions. you can see flames covering from that car and the fire department is on the scene. now at 601. let's get back to the headlines. thank you. frustrated time francisco business owners in the castro district of putting city hall on notice, threatening to stop paying taxes. ktvu is andre senior here now, and they're using that threat as a way to pressure the city to do something about crime and homelessness in their neighborhood. andre castro merchants association says the city needs to take action. one of the association's leaders had to businesses there florida spence ary and cafe floor and has had their windows smashed 11 times. every day we wake up and have to help people on the street. we have to clean up these these on the street. we have to clear our doorways on
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before we can open our businesses, and it's not fair. the merchants association sent a letter to city hall asking the city to set aside 35 shelter beds for people in the castro district who need a place to say they also want the city to keep records of how many people have been offered services and shelter each month and come up with a way to assist people who declined. the more structured help. that's offered the city's department of homelessness and supportive housing says it cannot reserve shelter space for specific neighborhoods. officials went on to say they quote will be opening 1000 shelter beds over the next three months that will give people in the castro and other neighborhoods place to stay. the members of the merchants association, saying he would also like to see more enforcement of laws, and they met with a member of the police commission. they discussed having more police patrol the castro and the possibility of having citizens patrol as well. no promises were made, though, and the merchants have not said how many of their demands would have to be met before they withdraw their threat to stop paying taxes. over to you. all
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right. thank you. entree. former high level san francisco official will be sentenced today in federal court. mohammed neuro resigned in 2020 as the city's public works director after the fbi accused him of a scheme involving bribes and kickbacks on city contracts. he was released on bail. prosecutors want neuro to be sentenced to nine years in prison nauru's attorneys are asking for a lighter sentence because he is at risk of covid because of health problems. there are also expected that he will be forced to give up his $7000 a month pension time now. 603 oakland police are investigating two shootings last night, investigators say about 6:30 p.m, a man and a woman came to a parking lot at the police administration building said they've been shot. they were treated at a hospital. police say they're actually think the shooting happened earlier in the evening in san leandro, we're trying to get more information from san leandro police right now. the second shooting came a bit later, it was in oakland at
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a convenience store near 57th and foothill in east oakland. police say they arrived about eight p.m. they found someone who'd been shot. there are very few details about what happened. who the victim was the condition or a possible suspect. san francisco district attorney brooke jenkins says she is going to limit the use of cash bail similar to her predecessor chases boudin. the new policy says prosecutors should not seek cash bail in general that would still allow it would impact public safety. boudin's move away from cash bail was one factor cited by recall proponents now. in a statement, the district attorney says quote cash bail unfairly penalizes those with less financial means and disproportionately affects defendants of color. protecting victims and ensuring public safety are my top priorities. we will not shy away from holding offenders accountable, but we will not perpetuate further injustice and inequities. 604
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oakland, please have increased patrols in the little saigon neighborhood after a deadly weekend shooting oakland police will be sending officers 24 hours a day in little saigon that includes undercover and patrol officers, surveillance teams and burglary and robbery suppression operations. this is, uh, essentially an attack on everybody, uh, all the good law abiding citizens. harry lin is retired. dennis who was friends with lilly sue the oakland chinatown, dennis shot and killed on sunday. oakland police are still out there looking for a white lexus that took off after a gunman shot and killed her new surveillance video obtained by ktvu shows that lexus had parked nearby for 13 minutes before miss sue was shot. oakland police people around armstrong says it appears the people in that lexus were waiting for a victim. right now. we can't afford the present
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status quo because every day additional lawless behavior is taking place in the citizens of this city. i don't think feel safe. later on this morning, we're going to hear from alameda county supervisor nate miley, who will be our guest on the nine it is six oh, six today at 23, year old san francisco man who admitted to shooting and killing his father and stepmother will be formally charged with murder, urban hernandez flores told ktvu in this jailhouse interview that he was drunk. he was angry at his father for allegations of sexual abuse. in the past, he says he did not intend to kill his stepmother. he said she was shot and killed when he shot his father after the shooting. flores then live stream the crime scene as he was shouting profanities. we are now hearing from some of the people who are directly affected by that fire near alamo square earlier this week in an apartment building more than 100. firefighters were called to that burning three
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story apartment building on the visit aero and mcallister. one woman told us she held personal fire drill so she'd be ready if there was ever a fire. but she says she never expected to be up on the roof and needed to use a fire truck ladder. i said. girl you're going to go down a ladder . you are going to go down a ladder from the roof and you're gonna have to. you're just gonna have to do it. and that's what i did. and i still can't believe it. the fire also damaged a popular gathering spot for people in the neighborhood. gasia highly owns the oasis cafe , which is on the first floor of the building, he says people in the neighborhood helped each other through the pandemic, and now he hopes will help him again. i don't know what i'm gonna do with these days. you know, all income was limited and we have struggling to survive. we also talked to fire officials after hearing complaints from people in the area that fire crews were not doing enough to put out the fire, they told us
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unlike in the movies, they don't use high power spray on the outside of burning buildings because sometimes that can endanger the people, including the fire crews, who are still inside so age for today, the price is free to get into all national parks celebrating the 106th birthday of the national park service. the national park service is created august 25th 1916. mean that's when president woodrow wilson signed the national park service act, even though you can get into the parks for free today, reservations will still be required that the parks that require them like your sympathy. in california may soon follow the lead of your 70 national park to reduce overall waste. two years ago, yosemite removed propane cylinder is for single use camping stoves from the park stores. now the proposed bill would ban the sale of disposable £1 propane cylinders in california by the year. 2028 lawmakers say those propane cylinders are often among the
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litter found in state parks and on beaches. woman from new zealand is in the house. hospital after breaking nearly every bone in her body during a fall at yosemite national park. 21 year old anna parsons is an experienced climber and was with a climbing partner when she slipped 80 ft down the snake deck route on half down peak, even though doctors say she broke many bones. her helmet saved her from seriously injuring her head. the helmet itself was shattered. parsons is at a hospital in modesto, where she has had two surgeries, including having her leg amputated at the knee. now our family is trying to get her back home safely and pay off the medical bill that could run more than $1 million. going to the u . s. and having this happened was quite a culture shock. and, um, something we were not really prepared for not used to. now in new zealand. public health pays for any accident and pays 80% of your salary. if you can't work, so the family has applied for a
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grant from the hospital to cover her medical bills and they have set up a website for donations. alright where's your well past 66 10 and salads back. everybody behaving for you on the road this morning. it's getting a little more crowded. dave and pam out there. let's go to the contra costa area again. we have highway four to talk about which is getting slow. and we also have that car fire on 2 42 at olivera right there, and the car is fully engulfed, and that's a slowing traffic down in both directions of the freeway. on 2 42 6 80 is not affected. this is a look at the bay bridge. there is a little bit of a backup. none of those metering lights have been turned on. and you can see interstate 80 in oakland looks okay, so we're getting more crowded. i still think you have a little window of opportunity to get out there before the huge crowd arrives. it's 6 10. let's go back to the desk. all right. thank you, sal. the party is over. at least for now. i'll tell you why bars in san francisco and other
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california cities will not get to extend last call to four a.m. francisco 49ers tonight will play their final preseason game against the houston texans were going to give you a preview of the game that you can see right here with us on ktvu and tell you how much starters like quarterback trey lance will play. here at city of refuge, we house up to 26 families. we reduce homelessness, address mental health,
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at 6 13, the san francisco 40 niners on the road tonight for their pre season finale against the houston texans them behind it. yes, we do. see ktvu demagogues. he cheats that leave i say to him now to tell us more about what to expect going into the regular season. good morning, emma. good morning guys earlier this week, the 49ers we're here at levi stadium for practice. now they're in houston for tonight's game, and tonight's game really is the last chance for young players to showcase what they've got, and
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for the 49ers starters to prepare for week one of the regular season now earlier in the week ahead, coach kyle shanahan said that the 49ers quarterback tray lands will play tonight, but probably we won't see him in the game. for that long, emanuel mostly is still. um, maybe for tonight. he's recovering from a strained hamstring and he was on the practice field this week after being sidelined for more than two weeks and the player health a priority going into the regular season, shanahan, shanahan said in a press conference. a couple of days ago. he's being conservative about how much time the starters will play tonight. playing on playing those guys but haven't exactly decided how much they won't go past. the first half would be the first half of the most tonight's game is the last one before the regular season opener, where the 49ers will play against the chicago bears that september 11th reporting live from levi stadium demagogues ktvu box two news.
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thank you, emma again. you can watch that 49ers texans game tonight. right here with us on ktvu channel to kick off is at five o'clock and then stick around afterwards. for the point after right here on ktvu. time is 6 15. the baseball season isn't even over yet, but you can mark your calendars for next year, the 2023 major league baseball season just announced the giants will open their season in new york at the yankee stadium for the first time ever . there's buzz about the giants going after yankees slugger and california native aaron judge in the offseason. did you hear that? giants also expected to play two games against the padres in mexico city that has not been officially announced. yet the oakland a's, on the other hand, will open their season at home. they will be good hosting the a angels for the first series of the year. the league also changed the way the season will work for next year. teams will play all the
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other teams in the league at least once in the season instead of playing divisional team. was more often and that means the a's will host some teams from the national league like the mets and the cubs. who don't often come to oakland and effort to extend last call at bars across the state has failed. the bill would have allowed bars keep serving alcohol until four o'clock in the morning. last call is currently two a.m. the proposal asked for a three year pilot program in san francisco, west hollywood and palm springs , however, measure could not pass. the assembly. i know that. i think other cities though i believe have later. uh last call sal. you have. don't talk to me about that because i was just in las vegas. not gonna throw andre senior under the bus, but andre and i were hanging out in las vegas and people were talking and we look down at our watch. it's like four in the morning.
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you can drink 24 hours a day there, right. i mean, you know, um it is a little early, which you get going here in san francisco. 1 30, you know early ah to sometimes for people to want to go home. but anyway, we'll talk about that later. right now. i want to talk about the east bay commute because we've had a couple of things i think you should know about. first of all, if you use highway to 42, there was a car fire that was completely engulfed here on 2 42 near oliveira. it was going northbound southbound is affected because that car was fully involved in the fire department, the center bunch of equipment out there and then highway four is slow heading west. so we do have some slow traffic. the rest of the east bay doesn't look all that bad. we have a little bit of a backup. now. in the last few minutes, it's built up now that they put the metering lights on at the bay bridge plaza and interstate 80 looks pretty good . let's check out that the san mateo bridge here that looks okay. you might want to get out
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there and head out to the peninsula. now peninsula traffic and soptic commute. they're off to a good start at 6 17. let's bring mr steve paulson back in here. if i stayed up till four am now i'd be toast for two days. the next day. i don't think i was doing much. i wouldn't think so. all right. thank you. so i couldn't get caltrans district eight because there were so many retweets on what? so i had to take this one from ash. i don't know who actually is. but she was the only one who had the picture. this is from caltrans district eight eastbound i 10 at state route 86 is closed. this is the road was washed away. this is down towards coachella in india, right by indio. you cannot get the blithe or arizona. okay to palm springs. there is you can't get there. westbound is okay. eastbound is not they've had too much rain. you have to detour all the way to needles and man, that's a long, long drive. 99%
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of you probably are not doing that. but if you are look at that, that's what caused all the flooding, so that's going to be closed in definitely, and the entire bridge in the road was washed away. that's going to take a lot of long time to fix here so the monsoon could also grand canyon do monsoon flooding in the grand canyon. searchers ton of water pouring in from also up in northern arizona. we're just a big time. monsoon thunderstorms. nice thursday, little cooler here. the weekend looks even more so depending on you know, placement of this low that drops in, but it started yesterday coast in bay. we had eighties and nineties inland yesterday. today it looks more to be in the seventies and eighties. i don't see much change friday than it does look cooler going into the weekend at yonville alamo, menlo park, cupertino cooling down travis west southwest to bits there, but onshore breeze at oakland south of concord, napa west southwest santa rosa, west southwest, um sfo deliver more also west southwest, so onshore breeze overcast, maybe a little drizzle. breezy blustery, sunny inland, yet it does look cooler, more eighties now and out of
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those nineties unless you're really far inland fifties and low sixties. i mean, everyone's really close here within a degree or two. it doesn't matter. coast bay or inland water temps came down san francisco bowie not 54. monterey interviewee. 55 point raised 52 228 degrees below average for this time of year. let's give the water temps credit. they've been cold since end of april may, almost except for a couple of occasions, the high is losing its grip a little bit. that's going to allow more of the onshore breeze and some cooler temps to kind of take hold here. and more so as we had into the weekend, so 60 seventies eighties now on the temps, i mean there could be a degree or two warmer on friday, but not much change. then it does look cooler on the weekend, especially saturday, pam thank you, steve. amazon is bailing out of one of its healthcare subsidiaries. however, that does not mean it's getting out of the industry entirely. and a new opportunity for student athletes at cal to make some money off. their name will tell you how former bear star marshawn lynch is involved.
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apartment of homeland security is expanding the deferred action for childhood arrivals program to protect it from legal challenges. the biden administration announced it is making the daca program a full federal role. that program protects more than 600,000 people who were brought to the country illegally as children protecting them from deportation . the homeland security secretary says the goal is to preserve and fortified the program. today there will be insecticide spraying and contra costa county along the martinez waterfront to control mosquitoes. vector control officials are worried about the large amount of mosquitoes that could lead to the west nile virus during the insecticide spraying people in the area should keep doors and windows closed that spraying should be over by eight a.m. and across the country. another insect is causing some big problems. the
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spotted lantern fly is threatening farmlands and at least a dozen states and also damaging echoes. systems the insect comes from china but was first detected in 2014 in pennsylvania. its numbers have grown since as the bugs continue to develop and grow wings. the spotted lantern flight is not a threat to humans, but they do drink the sap from fruit trees and grapevines. if enough of them are on the plants feeding, they can actually basically suck all the life force out through that sap. california is among the states that have issued alerts about the lantern flies that can spread fast wildlife experts say. if you see one kill it to keep them from spreading, and if you go hiking or campaign , check your belongings and car for the insects, make sure you don't carry them to new areas. athletes at uc berkeley have a new opportunity to make money off their names, images and likeness. a group of cal alumni , which includes former football
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star marshawn lynch's launching what it calls california legends . it's a website that will allow berkeley fans to purchase interactive experiences with players and teams. they include a personalized shout out or a live video chat site was created in partnership with beast mode marketing, which is owned by lynch. under ncaa rolls, athletes must provide a service in order to earn the profit from their names and images. hardly strictly bluegrass festival is back after a two year hiatus this year, event organizers plan to host a handful of shows away from the free three day event at san francisco's golden gate park. now the out of the park series will take place at multiple venues around the city organizers are asking attendees to update their vaccination status and test negative for covid-19 before attending the festival is planned for september. 30th. through october, 2nd. a flight bound for los angeles from guadalajara, mexico, had to turn around and
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make an emergency landing after flames and sparks are flying out of one of the engines. one passenger said they heard a loud explosion 10 minutes into the flight, many on board the plane started to panic. their plane was able to return and land safely at guadalajara, the airline viva arab, us says there was a mechanical problem with one of the engines and friction between pieces of metal caused the sparks. summer drought in texas reveals a rare find dating back more than 100 million years . dinosaur tracks were discovered at dinosaur valley state park near fort worth. drought conditions shrunk the parks river, uncovering the deep footprints normally covered by water and sentiment. take a look . researchers were able to get a closer look this summer before rain covered the area again, park officials say these maybe the longest tracks ever discovered by a single dinosaur in north america. reaction is
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coming into president biden's decision to drop thousands of dollars of student debt for people across the country, the details that you may have missed from the announcement plus car manufacturers themselves are celebrating and embracing it. california set to make a big move when it comes to electric vehicles. why you won't be able to buy a gas powered car in a few more years.
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for decades, i've worked at the intersection of domestic violence and homelessness. so when prop 27 promised solutions to homelessness, i took a good, hard look. it's not a solution. 90% of the money goes to the out-of-state corporations who wrote it. very little is left for the homeless. don't let corporations exploit homelessness to pad their profits. vote no on 27.
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will be taking a big step on it comes to the kind of car you can buy. my lawmakers hope it could be the start of a bigger revolution for electric vehicles and after weeks of long lines for getting vaccine shots, things are looking better. why san francisco maybe turning the page when it comes to the monkey
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pox virus. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto and as we take you live to that opening bell ringing right now the world's most valuable carmaker initiated a stock split for the second time in about two years. as of this morning, tesla stock split three for one shares are set to open up a cup that 2% the markets are set to open up a little bit as well. we'll have all your business news coming up. on mornings onto thank you for waking up with us. i'm ham cook. good morning. i'm dave clark. welcome to thursday. it's august. 25th still kind of gray outside, right? feels comfortable outside our studio doors. here's steve paulson with the forecast. that is true. we have a bigger fog bank and some cooler temps started coast in bay yesterday inland, some areas cooled down. still a couple of low nineties today looks to be more eighties. much stronger onshore breeze. the bases on the fog are higher. that doesn't usually so cooler thursday. here low class maybe some drizzle again. sunny breezy, too blustery, little cooler here for
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some of the most well inland locations, so we are looking for a cooler pattern. probably not much changed friday, even cooler as we head into the weekend, sixties seventies and eighties. alright salles here, things begin to pick up a little bit at this time. are we seeing that yes, we are. as a matter of fact, stay. we do have some more slow traffic to tell you about at the bay bridge or as you're driving into san francisco. it's not completely crowded. but that's a 10 to 15 minute. wait it should get a little bit more crowded later. that's the pattern these days. this is a look at interstate 8 80. you can see that most of the 8 85 80 are still very good. and if you're driving on the same mateo bridge , it looks good. the sapa has been quiet. here's a look at 2 80 in san jose, and that looks light so far at 6 31. let's get right back to the headlines. thank you, sal topping our news today. a state agency is expected to approve a ban on the sale of gas powered cars in california by the year. 2035 ktvu ali rasmus joins us now to talk about how the band would work, ali. well pam. we're in a
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shopping center parking lot in emeryville, where there's several electric vehicle charging stations. even at this early hour, some people charging their cars here this morning, but in the coming years, you can expect to see more charging stations just like this near homes and businesses because by the year 2035 you will not be able to buy a new gas powered car in the state of california. the california air resources board is expected to vote today to approve rules. that would ban the sale of gas powered vehicles by the year 2035. it would start by phasing out and limiting the sale of those new gas powered cars as soon as 2026 just four years from now, by that year, 2026 35% of all new car sales in california will have to be electric vehicles. only now, these rules only apply to passenger vehicles, not commercial trucks or vans. those types of vehicles have more time to go all electric interest you, experts say, because california has so many car buyers and so many people, these rules will end up forcing more carmakers to
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focus on electric vehicles nationwide. vehicles are not only sold in california, not only in the united states at the global market, and you somehow need to transition. these um 100 year old companies into the next stage. ford motor company released a statement in support of the move to eventually ban the sale of gas powered cars here saying they're committed to building a zero emissions. transportation future end quote . and last year general motors announced that by 2035, they won't be building gas powered vehicles anywhere in the world. the california air resources board said to meet and discuss this issue. today there is a public comment periods of people will be able to give their input about all of this, but the members they are supposed to be expected to approve this set of rules and this ban on the sale of new gas powered vehicles by 2035 sometime later today live in emeryville. erasmus ktvu backs to news alright, thank
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you, ali. millions of student loan borrowers will have at least some of their debt forgiven. president biden announced that plan to relieve some of the federal student loan debt yesterday, borrowers earning less than $125,000 a year or household earning less than $250,000 will have $10,000 of their debt forgiven for borrowers who received a pell grant to attend college that goes up to $20,000. however some still argue the president's plan does not go far enough. kind of a little bit of a drop in the bucket. um i think a lot of us made decisions about what we were going to study based on some other promises like public service loan forgiveness. congress really does need to get involved. student loan repayments will be paused again through the rest of this year. but biden ministrations also announced a change to income driven repayment plans, cutting those payments in half. 6 34 bay area communities will be getting more than $200 million in state grants to help the homeless
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governor newsom announced a new funding in los angeles while he was here celebrating a new housing facility and the money to build or buy new housing is coming from california's home key program. statewide the governor says almost $700 million in funding will be spent on 35 projects. i don't even understand what these dollars mean. i just want to see folks off the streets i wanted done compassionately thoughtfully. and i'm just sick and tired. shelter soft sleep, that's important, but housing and supportive services solve homelessness. and that's foundational in this effort. that was a new funding is designed to create more than 800 units of housing for people dealing with homelessness. the governor says the state has committed almost $4 billion to the project since the year 2020 candidate for san francisco supervisor is disputing allegations that she may have committed voter fraud. the city attorney's office is investigating leanna louis. that's after articles written by
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journalist joe, with mission local claim that she may not live in the district where she's running to represent. questioned why louis voted in a district other than one where she's registered, and whether her primary residence is in district four, where she's a candidate. louis has faced criticism for social media post, where she capitalized. the last four letters of joe is last name. spelling. i made a mistake by my facebook post, but as far as where i live i know where i live. i know where i voted. and i wouldn't do any i wouldn't do otherwise. louis says she met with the deputies, deputy city attorney and investigator about the incident. the city attorney has not said when the investigation will be complete. the election is november 8th time now, 6 36 contra costa county is just rolled back at covid vaccination mandate prefer to responders and other emergency personnel. the county first issued that health order a
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year ago it was during a surgeon virus cases. contra costa health services removed that requirement on tuesday, effective immediately. the health order replied. law enforcement officers, firefighters and emergency medical personnel who respond to where there's a high risk of virus outbreaks like hospitals, jails and nursing homes. this morning, senator alex padilla will be in san francisco to tour a monkey pox vaccine site with health officials. it comes as new data shows, the city appears to be turning the corner on the virus, according to the san francisco department of public health. the number of new cases last week was less than five comparison. the number of new cases during the week of july 24th was 143. in total 650 cases have been reported so far this year. today, alameda county health officials say they will hold a town hall on the virus, the online forum will be open to the public from 5 30 to 6 30 tonight. officials say the town
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hall will serve as an important opportunity to receive information about the virus and for the community to ask questions if you'd like to register posted a link on our website, just go to ktvu .com. and click on web links. time is 6 38 salads back. did you fix everything in the morning? commute south? well you know, we're trying dave, but it's getting a little more crowded out there. i do want to mention something that saint ramon police have tweeted about and that that would be near all custom boulevard here in san ramon, if you are going on, bollinger, kenyon wrote, it is closed in both directions. between chanterelle a drive and i'll cost a boulevard because of a pretty serious crash and they're going to be investigating that till 8 30 this morning. so if you're a san ramon local and you get out the bullinger kenyon road, you will see some delays near all costa. alright, let's talk about some of these commuted the bay bridge . it is backed up for about 10 to 15 minute delay at the toll plaza before you make it onto the bridge. 8 80 looks okay if
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you're driving across the same mateo bridge. should be all right for you as you head out to the peninsula. now at 6 38. let's talk about today's weather with steve. i'm gonna do my old man. i remember. what do you remember? bollinger canyon? bollinger that's way out. there was it was rural right? exactly bollinger canyon. okay thank you, sir. you cannot get there from here that that be from i 10 palm springs over the blithe and into arizona. i've made that drive before. you just like air conditioning. please don't fail me now. especially if you're driving in the summer, but the road is washed out east bound 10 at india right by indio. so you have to go ahead to go all the way to needles and then come if you're trying to go, i 10 westbound is open eastbound is not because of the huge thunderstorms and if you do monsoon rains flooding in grand canyon, you'll see the video. look at that. i mean, just been lit up so vegas to northern
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arizona, california border and riverside county. san bernardino . lot of activity down there for us. cooler is the main message here more so as we head to the weekend, bigger fog bank not only that, but we have a stronger onshore breeze. so yonville alamo menlo park in cupertino, all cooling off alamo still hit 90 yesterday, so did conquer. so deliver more today looks to be a little cooler here as temperatures go into the seventies and eighties. the city also cooled off after three days in a row of 70 70 72 yesterday 65 today we're going 64 bigger fog bank and cooler bowie temperatures have a lot to do with that there is more of an onshore breeze has been up to 32 miles an hour at travis. that's what you look for. in this kind of a pattern. low overcast drizzle breezy, sunny inland, yet it will be cooler with eighties now for many fifties and sixties. i mean parallel and laura laker 58 degrees fairfield 56. brown woods down to 16 livermore 59. i mean, those are cooler than other locations here
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and the water temps continue to inch down here. 54 san francisco boy point raised 52 monterey boys 55 56, that's cold. that's below average for this time of year. little dip in the jet stream. that's what's causing this there. but there will be a system that low coming in. that would be kind of the key for the weekend where it sets up forecast models are all over the place. anyway you look at it. they're all cooler fog. drizzle cool and mild by the coast. sunny inland but breezy and a little bit cooler. the key is going to be if this low stays to the north and injects east or actually drops into northern california. could be a windy pattern for this year. if you're going up there 60 seventies eighties on the temps from not a lot of change on friday cooler on the weekend, especially saturday, okay. say thank you, thomas 6 41. i know you've seen them those tv commercials for crypto currency the past couple of years, but it turns out they have not been to affective. we'll explain. alright let's check in with gasia mikaelian in our newsroom with what else
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recovering for you this morning on morning sun too. good morning. good morning when i join you in studio will focus on a new development involving that dui crash of paul pelosi, husband of house speaker nancy pelosi earlier this week, he pleaded guilty to driving under the influence. but coming up at seven will tell you what's going to happen to the poor. she was driving at the time of the crash. then pam, you touched on this minutes ago here. shares of tesla closed last night at $891 each year this morning is priced at around 300. in the next hour. we explain more about the drop and white tesla shareholders actually have a lot to smile about. stay with us. what's the difference between prop 26 and prop 27? 26? not one dime to get people off the streets and into housing
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what's the difference between prop 26 and prop 27? 26 is a money grab that doesn't guarantee a cent for non-gaming tribes. 27 requires 15% of all state revenues go to non-gaming tribes. the choice is clear. yes, on 27.
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44 richmond. supporters of the rent control measure, p held a rally put a spotlight on the initiative. yes me. yes ppe. now measure p would limit rent increases to 3% or 60% of the consumer price index, whichever is lower. voters in richmond will get a chance to vote on that measure in the november election, according to a recent study of homelessness numbers. contra costa county sold the biggest rise in homelessness in the past four years. where the numbers of people who were on housed jumped by 35% between 2019 and 2022. my rent just recently got increased by $85, and it's very it's. it's not fair with the conditions that we have to live in. people are struggling right now. we have high inflation. we're in a recession. it's time that we have lowered increases that
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landlords are allowed to present to their tenants. now the antioxidant council approved the measure earlier this week, and those new rules are already in effect. it is the same rent cap. the city of oakland is also using in today's dollars and cents. amazon plans to shut down its health service by the end of this year. the program, which was originally created for its workers expanded to serve other companies with both in person and virtual appointments. fewer than 100. people will be laid off when the company has shut down and some of those will be moved to other jobs with amazon. the company says it remains committed to its healthcare business and will continue to operate. amazon pharmacy, a new study shows a year long ad campaign by crypto companies has not convinced many americans to invest in cryptocurrency. the ads featured celebrities like quarterback tom brady and actor matt damon. the pew research center, says a survey from last september found 16% of americans
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say they had never invested in traded or used cryptocurrency. last month, the pew research center repeated the research and once again the result was 16. california attorney general rob bonta announced a settlement with sephora, one of the largest cosmetics retailers in the world and online retailer enforcement review accuses sephora violating consumer privacy laws. bonta says sephora failed to let consumers know it was selling their personal information and did not fix the violations within the one month timeframe allowed by the agency. he also pointed out the enforcements were not only about sephora. today's settlement should send a strong message to businesses about the california doj is ongoing efforts to enforce the ccp a message is clear. apply with the law because consumers have the right to opt out of sale. the settlement requires sephora to pay $1.2 million in penalties, according to reuters
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. sephora spokesperson says the company has cooperated with the attorney general's office and its practices comply with the ccp a time now. 6 47 lift, based in san francisco, is reportedly producing his headquarters office space by more than half next year. according to the san francisco business times lift is getting rid of 85,000 square feet of office space and its location on barry street that don't happen once the lease ends in early 2023. the business time says lift will also cut out an extra 160,000 square feet of office space from his headquarters. lips has many of its employees are now working remotely, and the company needs less office space back in march . lips said it would allow employees to choose is where they want to work. performing arts departments are staging a comeback after the arts and cultural sector was hit hard during the pandemic. san jose state university has a unique idea to draw people back to live
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art performances and athletic events. the university's special initiative is a new program called footballs and curtain calls when you buy a san jose state football or hammer theater ticket. you will receive a discount code to purchase tickets at the other venue. so i think it's a really great opportunity to jump start everyone's desire to be out and about now that covid is somewhat more under control and an opportunity to see some of the best possible things at san jose state. the offer is available to everyone. discounts are between 25 to 50% off. there are six home football games and four theater art performances. alright alright time at 6 49. hopefully the commute is all right right now, sal, how's it? look it's getting a little more crowded. dan and pam just a little bit. if our friends on highway four probably know that we've had a cuff couple of tough couple of weeks out there on highway four, driving over to concord, 6 80 24 later in the morning. it gets even slower. i
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do want to mention st ramona pretty big section of bollinger kenyon road is closed between chanterelle and i'll cost a that's a long stretch. people get going kind of fast on that stretch, and apparently there was a very serious injury crash . san ramon police say they're not going to open that stretch till 8 30 this morning, so something serious happened there. all they told us was it was an injury crash put some delays on the same remote commute bay bridge and see that's backed up for about 10 to 15 minutes delay. 8 80 doesn't look too slow. and if you're driving across the bridge is dunbarton or san mateo. those look alright at 6 50. it's cloudy start. here's steve. thank you, sal. that is correct . bigger fog bank here today, stronger onshore breeze. the fog was kind of held in check. yes, even though he had a pretty good push on it. and then in the afternoon boy onshore breeze kicked in many coasts and baked cooled down even some inland areas. did santa rosa to gilroy. but conquered. livermore still had nineties today. i'm not going for that going for
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eighties on almost every location here. onshore breeze little stronger. travis been up to 32 sitting at 25 mph. water temps went down. that means coastal temps city temps go down as well. sixties seventies and then more eighties inland, now, amazingly close on everything doesn't lower legs 58. livermore's 59 san jose is 58. the city's 58 paddling was 58 59 about as close as you can get. berkeley is also 59. but bodega bay and point raised water temp is a brisk 50 to san francisco. buoy 54 moderate 55 again running about 2 to 8 degrees below average for this time of year. a couple of weeks, little systems brushing by to the north that is already helped in hands. the onshore breeze a little bit so fog drizzle cool to mild by the coast and bathe a little cooler inland. but there will be more of an onshore breeze and it looks more pronounced on the weekend. the key will be aware of that. where does that low? the track of that low end up? i mean, there's some projections that just taken immediately to
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the east. there's a couple, though, that drop it in the northern california so there will be a big drop in attempts in this year, but it could also be windy 60 seventies on the temps eighties, not a lot of change friday than a bigger change cooler on the weekend there, dave okay, steve. thank you, just to remind her of made sure you join us tomorrow morning for our final zip trip of the summer and this time we're going to martinez martinez is a little slice of old town all small town usa, and i just feel like you know, when you come here, you get to enjoy the people, and there you go. be sure to join us for the taste of the growing food scene, and martinez will also uncover some of the well known and even some of the lesser known facts about the city. the including the great legacy of joe dimaggio. we'll be broadcasting live at waterfront park. so if you live in the area, come on over. join us, you'll be able to watch the last zip trip to martinez tomorrow at nine o'clock time to 6 50 to a woman from new zealand survived after she fell. 80 ft
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70 national park coming up in the next hour, her amazing spirit. despite the incredible challenges that lie ahead, and the people of california will vote on cementing abortion rights in the california constitution later this year why the fate of the proposition looks like it may already have been decided.
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for decades, i've worked at the intersection
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of domestic violence and homelessness. so when prop 27 promised solutions to homelessness, i took a good, hard look. it's not a solution. 90% of the money goes to the out-of-state corporations who wrote it. very little is left for the homeless. don't let corporations exploit homelessness to pad their profits. vote no on 27.
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cool school district officials in your body voted unanimously to end the contract of pete arredondo, exactly three months after a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers at rob elementary school and investigation found police officers waited outside the school and in the hallway during that match shooting the state, says the police chief quote place the lives of officers over the lives of children. rondo's lawyers argue he was not there in charge of the scene during that attack. well there's a new poll out finding a majority of california voters think abortion rights is an important issue that will affect the way they will vote in elections this year . the new berkeley i g s poll found 81% of people thought
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abortion is a serious issue. it also found that 89% of democrats in california and 35% of republicans in the state favor. a woman's right to choose. there'll be a measure on the november ballot to change the state constitution to protect abortion access here in california. and a federal judge has ruled the state of idaho cannot enforce its top abortion ban when a medical emergency is involved. that means hospitals will be able to continue trading acto pick a pregnancies and other complications normally, for now, the department of justice sued the state of idaho home earlier this month, saying the band violated a federal law that required medicare funded hospitals to treat patients who are having a medical emergency. but other asked specs of the abortion band will take effect later today. it is 6 57. today the justice department has to hand over a redacted version of
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the affidavit that was used to get that search warrant for former president trump's home in florida. the affidavit includes the probable cause used to justify the search, lawyers for the justice department say making it public would damage their continuing investigation. former president trump wants the affidavit released in four the president biden made his first public comments. about the fbi search at mar a lago. isn't it? how much advance notice did you have of the fbi's plan to search mara lago? i didn't have any advanced notice. none zero. not one single bit. thank you. in a separate court filing and other federal judge has given the trump team until tomorrow to re submit a request for a neutral third party arbitrator to review the documents seized by the fbi. it is 6 58 of federal jury awarded vanessa bryant, the widow of kobe bryant $16 million
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in her lawsuit against los angeles county. the money is for emotional distress caused by sheriff's deputies and firefighters who shared photos of the bodies of kobe bryant and his daughter who were killed in that helicopter crash. the photos were taken there at the crash scene in 2020. the jury agreed with vanessa bryant. her privacy was invaded when officials share good photos of the remains of kobe and their 13 year old daughter, gianna. vanessa bryant tearfully testified during the 11 day trial that news about the photos compounded her grief after the death of her husband and daughter. california's air quality regulators are expected to approve one of the toughest environmental regulations in history. coming up today's vote that's aimed at phasing out all new cars that run on gasoline. tesla stock price dropped about $600 at the opening bell this morning by the fall is actually great news for anyone who owns
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shares of tesla as of last night. then the san francisco 40 niners are about to take on the houston texans. we're counting down to tonight's preseason finale fans should look for in the game will all watch right here on ktvu? from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto inching towards football. we are kind of warm out there. thanks for being with us. i'm gasia mikaelian. good morning. i'm dave clark. thursday morning. august 21st. did you bring any sunshine with you will have plenty around two o'clock today. okay i'll take your word for it like i take steve's words word, but it won't be as hot good. yes, i know. i know. we had cooler weather kick in for many yesterday that will continue today. probably about the same friday before it does look even more so on the cooler side by the weekend, much bigger fog bank much stronger onshore breeze. so it looks like a cooler thursday for many, even though there were still some in the low nineties. yesterday drizzle coast and bay. we had a lot more yesterday. but now back into the sixties seventies and the eighties

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