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u and me. oh, you and me? yeah. oh, well, that's a little, um... yeah, i thought maybe we could have a little picnic since it's outside, you know? i'll get some nice bottle of wine, a little cheese, lay on a nice blanket, all right? yeah, fine, yeah. yo, hey, i like your hair. who does your hair? huh? yo, handsome, who does your hair? some extra rigs were going up staff some rigs tomorrow, put them in the hills tonight. firefighters prepare for weather conditions that make it easier for wildfires to start and baseball fans bolt when they hear gunshots during the padres nationals game. good evening. i'm andre. senior. christina is off and we begin with the risk of wildfires across the bay area. a red flag warning will take effect
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tomorrow. the greatest concern is dry lightning, which could spark wildfires. they'll fire agencies in our area, wasting no time getting ready for this threat. we begin tonight's team coverage of preparations with ktvu elissa harrington live in berkeley, alyssa. yes andre. you know it's very dry out, and it's hot enough. we're at 10 o'clock at night. i'm still out here in a t shirt. now firefighters say that the best way that you can prepare for any sort of emergency is to get ready. have your go bag and make sure you don't do anything that could cause a spark. we are always on high alert. here. we're fully staffed and. ready to go. oakland battalion chief damon covington said. the fire department is keeping a close eye on the weekend weather conditions and the red flag warning impacting parts of the bay area from sunday through monday. the red flag warning covers the east bay hills, the north bay mountains and the santa cruz mountains. it warns of gusty, erratic winds. we've prepositioned some extra rigs. we're gonna up staff some rigs tomorrow. put them in the hills.
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make sure that we're keeping an eye out. if there are any fires, we want to catch them at a very small state and hopefully keep them from getting larger. this is what it looks like up in the hills extremely dry on grizzly peak boulevard. there's fuel reduction in progress. turnouts are closed to discourage people from gathering very dry, very dry. a lot of the areas are still overgrown. um you might see different areas where the goats are, you know, trying to graze and get the conditions under control. we have crews up there every day, cutting vegetation back. there's also potential for dry lightning last august, thousands of lightning strikes triggered an outbreak of fires across northern california, including three major fires. the s c u l n u and sees eu complex, the berkeley fire department sent out in a c alert early saturday, telling residents to be prepared pack a go bag and park off the street to make room in the road for emergency vehicles, building battalion chief told me that people really need to be aware and understand that something as
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simple as a chain dangling from a camper or tossing a cigarette out your window could have catastrophic consequences. reporting live in berkeley. i'm elissa harrington ktvu, fox. two news tinderbox conditions across california. lissa thank you. you might remember. listen just mentioned dry lightning. we likely will not see dry lightning strikes tomorrow until tomorrow evening. meteorologist bill martin picks up our team coverage of this risk with a look at timing for all of this spill. yeah this is really about the dry lightning. there were not expecting fire wind conditions were expecting the potential for some conductive activity tomorrow afternoon and into monday. right now, the models are leading all of that towards the eastern side of the valley out towards the west slope of the sierra nevada and maybe a little bit in our area. right now. it doesn't look as if it's eminent. it looks as if it's possible. so let's not just keep that straight. there is a red flag warning in the higher elevations of the bay area. those areas in red. there's a
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fire weather watch. that's the yellow area in the central valley and again. this is what watching so this is monsoonal moisture is coming up from the south. this is pretty typical. might be a little early. i expect to see this more in august, but we're seeing this wrap around this high, so it's coming off the gulf of california. you see it, you obviously can see the trajectory, which way it's going. that's the way it's moving is up into this area, and so is this area moves south or north tonight and into tomorrow we have the potential for afternoon and evening thunderstorms. dry lightning, which means we're not expecting a lot of moisture. this is higher level mid level moist. here, so we're not expecting day luger's of rain, but the potential does exist for dry lightning, and that's that's a big deal, right? especially when we're dealing with the drought like we're dealing with in the concerns we have. so let's look at the model. and this might put your your mind at ease a little bit. always important. always concerned about fire, danger and dry lightning. but watch what happens here. here we are tomorrow morning. see the see the clouds coming up, right? so
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look for greens and blues, right? what do you see so far? nothing by tomorrow night. it looks like it all has missed us. this is what the model is saying. and then you see, see that area by tahoe that yellow so you can see we're on high alert. and you're getting a lot of noise about this because the concern is real and concerning, obviously because of the time of year, but the models and a lot of the products i'm looking at are suggesting that this thing is more about west sober this year in nevada eastern side of the sierras, but again, it's possible so this starts this red flag warning goes in effect tomorrow afternoon and last through monday afternoon. so right now, the models you saw what i showed you not going to happen based on the models, but that doesn't mean it won't happen. there's a lot of things that can change between now and then we'll keep an eye on it for you. see you back here with the five day forecast when we talk next, bill, thank you so much. speaking of fire conditions here, at least one victim of a growing wildfire events. frustration tonight. nice little forest. let this fire burden for over two weeks without putting it out. they thought that it was going to get out on its own, and they dropped the ball. well later in
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this newscast, tamarack wildfire takes on homes and mark louisville. we will hear from the people who live there they are being told to evacuate. well, a warning tonight for people living in solano county this morning, a resident and unincorporated fairfield found some of their animals had been attacked and killed overnight. a game warden came out just a lot of road and verify that amount line was likely responsible. officials are urging folks to be cautious, especially in the twilight at nighttime hours, if possible move. pets or livestock in a more secure area, like your home or your barn, a shooting outside nationals park in washington, d. c. suspends the padres nationals game for the night. someone recording video today when fans started scattering during the sixth inning fast started leaving when they heard loud, pops. metropolitan police investigators say at least two people were shot outside the stadium fans left in shock. it was just crazy, like i've never
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been through an experience like that, um, i mean, i'm very glad that you know, all my friends and i were okay. and i hope everyone else's okay involved in this, but it was just kind of very overwhelming and a situation like i've never you never really think it could happen until it happens here. well, based on a preliminary information here, investigators think one of the victims worked at the stadium. as many as four victims may be involved here because two people they think are associated with the incident showed up to hospitals later with gunshot wounds. police officers have not commented on the victim's conditions, nor any leads in their effort to find a suspect. the game will continue by the way tomorrow two people were killed and four others were hurt in a shooting in old sacramento. investigators say multiple firearms were recovered at the scene of the shooting, which was reported around 11 45 last night. the survivors are hospitalized with non life threatening injuries. two men were arrested in connection with the case. investigators don't have any exact motive right now, but they believe there was an altercation. before the
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shooting happened in portland, oregon, one person killed and six others were injured in a shooting around two this morning, officers found several people suffering from gunshot wounds in the downtown section of the city. paramedics rushed victims to nearby hospitals for treatment. a woman was mortally wounded here, authorities say other survivors will recover. so far. no arrests have been made. the us hitting a grim milestone in the latest covid wave. every single state is now seeing an upward trend in infections. health officials are ramping up efforts to encourage those who haven't gotten vaccinated yet to do so immediately. meanwhile as alex hogan reports, some states are tightening restrictions once again to further stop the spread of the virus. for the first time in six months. covid-19 cases are on the rise in all 50 states states with low vaccination levels, including arkansas, missouri, nevada and louisiana, have the highest infection rates and topping the list. florida accounting for roughly 20% of the new cases nationwide, if
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you are not vaccinated, you remain at risk, and our biggest concern is that we are going to continue to see preventable cases, hospitalizations and sadly deaths among. the unvaccinated experts are pointing to covid-19 misinformation as a big reason why people are choosing not to get vaccinated when asked about his message to platforms like facebook on the spread of misinformation, president joe biden had this to say they're killing people. i mean, it really felt look, the only pandemics we have is among unvaccinated. imagine and they're killing people as cases continue to increase some counties or even bringing back covid restrictions. los angeles county is reinstating mandatory masks in all indoor public settings, regardless of vaccination status. the policy goes into effect just before midnight saturday. i think it's disappointing for the people who have gotten vaccinated, you know, we're kind of excited things were getting back to
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normal, you know, cases are expected to continue to rise in the coming weeks, but there is one encouraging signs. states with the highest infection rates are seeing their vaccination rates steadily increase. alex hogan coming up tonight, the mystery of the missing berkeley runner hear from friends far and wide closely following the search to find him, plus homes destroyed and many more threatened a line of fire chewing up thousands of acres east of the bay area acres east of the bay area evacuees forced ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ hey google, turn up the heat. ♪ ♪ ♪
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but it will help you and your family stay safe wildfire an alpine county forces some people to change their plans. the tamarack fire which started on independence day has already burned tens of thousands of acres as christensen most reports it's beginning to destroy homes. in merkley ville, a fire that has been smoldering for nearly two weeks unnoticed by many and
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markley ville has now engulfed homes and forced hundreds, including dwayne voucher, two of them evacuate. they gave us about, uh, 20 minutes. notice that they you know, they looked like they said the fire was like 56 miles away in about an hour later. it was right on us. they didn't give us any time at all. he lives in the markley village neighborhood where today you see signs of homes left quickly. sprinklers running on rooftops, many stained pink from fire retardant and two lots completely burned. you can see the path the fire took through here last night, residents forced to evacuate in a hurry. you can see some of the houses are still standing, while others today are left smoldering. my concern is if it comes out of the west and to the east now. you can also make that turn south like i did up and ready today. many of those evacuated are parked alongside the highway watching a column of smoke that grew from an estimated 40 acres yesterday morning to nearly 7000 acres
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today, but it took off yesterday to the wind hit it, you know, and it was also 10% humidity. everything's dry already. yeah, a little breeze come over that mountain. hit that stuff. seven years of fire, but i knew better than that. authorities continue issuing evacuation orders to residents who say they're shocked they came up and said leave now, despite the fact that this lightning caused fire has been burning for days. an issue dwayne voucher blames for one of the scariest nights he's had and a fire that appears far from over the nice little forest. let this fire burden for over two weeks without putting it out what they thought that it was going to get out on its own, and they dropped the ball. that was kristen. most reporting for us now. today, mark louisville was supposed to host a popular psyching events cycling event, rather called death ride well, that has been canceled north of shasta lake, a setback for cruz
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trying to fully contained the salt fire yesterday. heavy equipment being used to fight the fire became engulfed in flames itself, and that created a new fire right outside the containment lines at the time, firefighters were close to full containment assault fire has burned more than 12,000 acres and destroyed or heavily dim. more than two dozen homes and we're seeing more repercussions from california's ongoing drought. lake mendocino is drying up meaning by the end of this month, regulators will likely stop diverting water from the russian river to 1600 water rights holders, and they include farmers, ranchers and vineyards. the press democrat reports. the move will be unprecedented in size cities, including heels, bergen cloverdale that rely on the river for drinking water will also be affected. the state budget is allocating $10 million to deal with the mess treat death in the east bay tree started dying late last year due to lack of water. they include eucalyptus and pine
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trees that are in the area that includes szabo. until then, parks and the money will be spent to remove these dead trees and reduce the risk of a wildfire, experts say here in the bay area, tree deaths are worse in alameda and contra costa counties because of the higher temperatures and drier conditions. and again, this red flag warning is more about the potential for dry lightning, then temperatures or humidity. obviously a summer. obviously the temperatures are high. the community is lower, but these are the highest from today, and these aren't out of the norm. these aren't this isn't crazy heat and we're not going to seek crazy heat or crazy, low humidity. we're gonna see typical stuff except that the subtropical moisture moving north has the potential right now. it doesn't look imminent, but it has the potential to bring dry lightning and we are being overly caught. cautious at this time because of the situation where we've got two years of significant drought and fire danger always hides in california, so as you this time of year, so as you look at the
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moisture, see that this is the rotation around the high, there's a big h down there right and the four corners area and see what it's doing. it's just scooping up high humidity, high moisture air mass and pushing it to the north. that's the monsoonal flow. we call that north american monsoon. pretty typical. it's a little bit early, but that's not atypical to see that kind of pattern. so the potential is that stuff comes north is for something i showed you the model earlier in the model was very. certain that, yes, it's not going to happen, but that models aren't always correct, right? that's what we use many of them. that was one model. we have 10 or 12 models that we look at. um but most of them are pretty much keeping it on the west service here in nevada, so with that in mind, tomorrow looks a lot like today. you're going to have fog in the morning. you're going to have temperatures generally in the eighties and low nineties in the warmest spots, and you're gonna have a typical sea breeze so again, this isn't fire, whether in terms of offshore winds. well red flag warnings for high temperatures
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committees. it's red flag warning for the potential for this dry lightning, which right now appears to be not will, uh announced in the computer models. models are suggesting it's more going to be to the west into the south of us into the north of us. so as you look at the current temperatures, you can see the marine air the cooler air. that's the onshore flow. right. so how cool it is the green and then you see the heat inland and again. that is right now, these are the. temperatures from last night. there's seven degrees warmer right now and conquered than they were last night at this time, and then there's the satellite damage. so again, we've got plenty of nice weather coming our way. we do expect temperatures tomorrow, back to about where they were today. nothing out of control. no heat advisories, no heat warnings. anything like that. we come back. we'll look at the five day forecast and will plan out the rest of the week again. the red flag warning goes into effect tomorrow afternoon and stays in effect monday afternoon for the higher elevations of the north east and south bank. bill thank you. day seven of the search for missing berkeley man. still no sign of him tonight. the last
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time anyone saw him he was heading for a run in the east bay as ktvu is, james torres tells us the heartbreak of philip kray checks. disappearance expands far beyond the bay area. volunteers here at foothill high schools say they are not giving up the search for philip kray check. many of them are strangers to him and his family. they did not know them before this past week, but many of philips closest friends say they are very great. for the people here, phil is an unbelievable person. he's brilliant. it's near impossible to say a bad thing about philip krajcik, harvard grad, passionate about the environment and an athlete who could run forever. if anybody, uh, can can make it through a really tough situation, it's still and that's why. i think so many of his friends are continuing to search very hard for him. some of philip's oldest and closest friends are classmates from harvard. they now live all over from the northeast to vancouver. they followed the
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pursuit to find him for the past week. i was shocked. it was a bit of a gut punch. also you know, i think of philip is being, uh, the last person. i expect us to happen to. brent bell was an adviser to fill up when he was president of harvard's outing club. club harold, i stir, says philip inspired him to join since they both shared a passion for running. philip did all the runs and kick all the truth in cambridge. maybe i'll try doing all the streets in vancouver. bc. um, and so i actually just finished the last road yesterday. um and i was kind of imagine that when i finished, i would, you know, say hey, hey, philip. what could i just did? um, so it's. really sad to me that i can't reach out to him and tell him right now search and rescue crews spent a full seven days giving their best efforts in finding him instead of falling into sadness, his friends revert back to why he's missed in the first place from his mischievous pranks. philip would try to little bit ahead. and get off the trail just a little bit and say boo when he
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was right next to me, and it wasn't a huge scream to his big heart. he is incredible in so many ways, uh, smart, brilliant, athletic. but most of all the type of person who goes above and beyond for everyone else in his life. each of these people i spoke to say they want to keep the focus on finding philip, though that's hard to do. sometimes i'm incredibly sad. um and scared. um and i really. i like i said of really, really want to see philip. um, at the end of this, i had a couple of good prize. um and, uh i, uh. you know, um, have have taken some time to get some sleep, which i don't think everybody has had the luxury to do. uh and that has helped a lot. the help is extremely appreciated. phillips. friends say the hope would not be possible if it weren't for the hundreds of strangers in the
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bay area, offering their time philip like i think, uh, the search that's going on right now is a perfect reflection of who you are, and, uh. and the people that you've cultivated in your life. we hope that all of you know he would be doing the exact same for anybody else. and that's why we need to be searching and doing everything we can to find him in pleasanton. i'm james torres, ktvu fox two news. it's like mad max thunderdome out there. some drivers cannot believe what they are seeing on bay area freeways coming up. chp officers go after drivers putting the pedal to the metal over 100 mph and coming up later in sports. joe fonzi has the exciting finish to a pivotal game five of the nba finals and see how the u. s military is honoring the life of late congressman (vo) try bush's sweet heat baked beans, with that pop of jalapeño heat, and boooom! your regular ol' thursday night is a jalabeaño night.
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police are protests taking place today in washington, d. c outside the cuban embassy. it's a show of solidarity with the cuban people. demonstrators stood across the street from the building, blasting latin music and waving cuban flags. protests across the communist island nation recently broke out against the long running communist regime when people have been growing increasingly frustrated over the lack of food and medicine, including the colbert vaccine, the u. s navy. listening a new ship in honor of congressman and civil. rights icon john lewis. well, the u. s n s. john lewis was christened in san diego today, one year after lewis's death. the john lewis is an oiler and logistics ship that will keep others in the fleet replenished with fuel and supplies. those who knew lewis say the ship having a non combat role as a fitting testament to his commitment to non violence. one remarkable perseverance for this ship will be a beacon to
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the world, reminding all who see it of the persistence and courage of john lewis. the ship is the first in its class. it's 746 ft long and we'll have a compliment of about 100 civilian mariners. six more ships still yet to be built, also will be named for civil rights leaders. monterey police officers think they know who is behind trying to lure kids into his truck with candy. find out how they caught him coming up, plus chp officers going after speeders ahead. they reveal why they believe more people are getting reckless behind the wheel and some lucky drivers in vallejo get treated to a free vallejo get treated to a free tank of gas will tell you about if you smell gas, you're too close. leave the structure, call 911, keep people away, and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out
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of up to 100 mph ktvu greg liggins shows us why they believe more drivers are comfortable getting reckless on the road. the people on highway four are absolutely unreal. it's like mad max thunderdome out there. yeah i mean, there's a lot of speeders, definitely the chp wrote 326 citations on highway for alone thursday in contra costa county. some were for distracted driving and other violations, but 268 were for speeding with a handful of drivers clocked at more than 100 mph. to be quite frankly, probably could have written more. um, you can only do so much their high speed. so there in the eighties the nineties, the one hundred's one driver summed up the frequency of people going at least 80 80 is the new 50. the chp says it first noticed an uptick in speed during the pandemic when roads were relatively open, but now that roadways are full
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again, some drivers are still driving at reckless speeds on highway four. i see people go 85 90 on that road all the time. the chp adds. what's happening here? is likely happening to some degree all over the bay area while getting a ticket can be an expensive annoyance for drivers. it's the danger that concerns chp officers who know the difficulty of controlling a vehicle at high speed, especially over 70 75 80 dramatically increases and we know that from experience when we practice on kind of dry. um dry runs when we're doing it in a practice facility. the chp says it's too early to know if the uptick and speed during the pandemic has become permanent. only data analysis at the end of the year will give deeper insight. for now. they are focusing on increasing their visual presence and enforcement as a deterrent while drivers adjust to the danger is the flow of traffic is really fast here, everywhere so i try just to breathe and try not to get upset at things. the chp encourages driver is to report
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reckless speeders. if it's safe to do so, they suggest calling the non emergency number giving the vehicle description a location and the direction the vehicle is traveling in greg legans ktvu fox two news, san jose police officers are turning to the public to help track down the driver who fled the scene of a deadly crash, investigators say around 2 30 this morning that mckee road in 33rd street, black 2015 infinity sedan blew through a red light. it t boned a black 27 honda sedan that was traveling eastbound on mckey road. the driver of the honda was thrown from the car and killed the infinities drivers still has not been located. call san jose police if you can assist with the investigation, will moderate police officers think they have a man who tried to lure kids into his vehicle? using treats, they say witnesses have identified charles tremblay as a man who used candy to try and convince a child to get into his truck thursday near dennis, the menace playground. an adult intervened during that incident. before the truck's
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driver got away. investigators say they found candy and trembles truck. they also say he and his vehicle max descriptions provided by witnesses. tremblay has been booked with annoying. a minor bail has been set at $100,000. elliott counties. renewed mask mandate takes effect in less than 90 minutes. it means everyone must wear a mask indoors in public settings, regardless of vaccination status, starting at 11 59 county health officials report the code. would test positivity rate increased by 700% in just one month. the unvaccinated account for most of l, a county's coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and death and here in the bay area, mass are not required, but they are recommended. eight bay area health officers recommended wearing masks indoors, regardless of vaccination status because of delta variant is circulating and hospitalizations are rising. the counties where masks are recommended are alameda contra custer or in san francis. skill
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sama tail, santa clara sonoma and the city of berkley, napa and solano counties have not announced any new recommendations as him now. well, the white house says vaccine hesitancy is prolonging the coronavirus pandemic. in fact, president biden now taking aim at social media companies, claiming they are not doing enough to stop misinformation from spreading. as david sport reports, the administration thinks ahead full of people are responsible for much of the misinformation. white house officials are doubling, even tripling down on president biden's rhetoric toward facebook. the message is clear from the white house vaccines are safe. the delta variant of covid-19 continues to be a problem not just for the white house, but for the country two weeks after the president declared independence from the virus on july 4th numbers are going in the wrong direction as of saturday, according to cdc statistics. 160 million people are fully vaccinated. that's about 48, a
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half percent of the total population president is looking specifically to social media companies serving as a platform for misinformation. administration officials say. there are about a dozen people, literally around a dozen that are responsible for around two thirds of the misinformation online. they are called the misinformation. dozen. here's president biden yesterday on his way to camp david, this is what's your message to platforms like facebook? they're killing people. i mean, it really well, look, the only pandemics we have is among unvaccinated. yeah, and that's they're killing people. while it often appears innocuous on social media apps on retail sites, research engines. the truth is that misinformation takes away our freedom to make informed decisions about our health and the health of our loved ones. facebook is fighting back against the white house in a statement to fox news, the company says, in part, we will not be distracted by accusations which aren't supported by the facts. the fact is that more than two
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billion people have viewed authoritative information about covid-19 and vaccines on facebook, which is more than any other place on the internet. more than 3.3 million americans have used our vaccine finder tool to find out where and how to get a vaccine. the facts show that facebook is helping save lives, pierre. white house officials say it's not only facebook, they are targeting other social media companies to hoping those companies do what they call the right thing. at the white house. david spent fox news plants are moving along in the effort to build a second high school in dublin on tuesday. the dublin city council is expected to formally re zoned the area where emerald high school will be built, will be located between central parkway and dublin boulevard, where grafton street and fitting in way intersect the phase. first phase of the $258 million project is expected to be completed by fall of 2023. it's expected by the way to accommodate 1300 students. pain
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at the pump was not felt at one gas station in solano county today. the reason these drivers got to fill up their guest tanks totally free. and we got the second half of the weekend coming up. i'll have that forecast, plus the fire concerns that come up for the rest of the week. we'll have that after the break. plus danger, death and destruction in western europe. the raging flood that surpri if you smell gas, you're too close. leave the structure, call 911, keep people away, and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out and keep the public safe.
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drivers lined up along stage treat in front of six flags to fill up their tanks with free gas, fresh start church hosted the event, its annual organizers say there were no strings attached church just the church's way of giving back to the community in a fun and creative way. not only has the pandemic being difficult on people financially, but the increase in gas prices recently have really taken a toll. valeo has a lot of computer families, and so we know that something as simple as putting gas in someone to take may in turn, give them another meal. this is the second year fresh star churches hosted this gas giveaway. well, you can expect major delays in contra costa count if you plan to pass through conquered this weekend. this is a second straight
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weekend that caltrans is closing north us highway 2 42 and conquered per roadway rehab work, the lanes will be fully closed overnight with just one lane open during the day, the highway will fully reopen at 10 a.m. on monday. detours are currently in place. the biden administration is vowing to protect daca recipients of so called dreamers as marc meredith reports from washington, d. c it comes after this week's ruling from a texas federal judge banning new daca applicants. the daca program has been controversial since its exception in 2012, now a federal judge in texas says it's illegal and that the government can no longer accept applications from so called dreamers. daca was created by president obama through an executive order. the program allows some undocumented immigrants to be protected from deportation. texas was among the states suing to block the measure and the state's attorney general, he tweeted his reaction, saying, i think it's right to stop a president who just decided that he didn't like federal law and came up with his own immigration law. cause we sued him rightfully so
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for violating federal law, and we want but preside to keep fighting for daca survival. the president says the justice department will work to appeal the decision, and he goes on to say yesterday's federal court ruling is deeply disappointing. while the court's order does not now affect current daca recipients, this decision nonetheless relegates hundreds of thousands of young immigrants to an uncertain future. this latest ruling is also sending shockwaves up on capitol hill, where lawmakers are once again urging for a passage of comprehensive immigration reform. new jersey senator bob menendez. he's among those speaking out, he says, not a surprise, just a painful reminder that we need to stop relying on temporary immigration fixes. the president says he's going to be renewing his call on congress to act with urgency. meantime the judge's ruling blocks new doc applications, but the government will be allowed to process renewal's. at least for now. however some experts warned that could change based on future rulings in washington, mark meredith. fox news. well, still to come tonight have college football
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fans can support their favorite players just two weeks after groundbreaking decision that allows athletes to cash in on their likeness and media relatives, bill martin will have your complete area have your complete area forecast right oroweat small slice. i wonder if this has the same quality ingredients as the original whole grains bread? great question, dad. and it does. it has all the same nutritious deliciousness as the original slice but only a little bit smaller. just like timmy here. my name's lucas. it sure is bobby.
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emergency planning for kids. we can't predict when an emergency will happen. so that's why it's important to make a plan with your parents. here are a few tips to stay safe. know how to get in touch with your family. write down phone numbers for your parents, siblings and neighbors. pick a place to meet your family if you are not together and can't go home. remind your parents to pack an emergency supply kit. making a plan might feel like homework, but it will help you and your family stay safe during an emergency.
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but it will help you and your family stay safe widespread flooding in europe. fox news katie logan shows us how some survivors are overwhelmed by the recovery effort they have ahead of themselves. more than 150. people are confirmed to have died in extreme flooding in western europe, many more are still missing as waters received. there are scenes of devastation many people have lost everything. it's unbelievable because i. i heard a strange noise


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