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plus a third drowning in two weeks at lake berryessa, the warning from safety experts as family and friends warned now three men who died in the delta and gas prices dropping nationwide. how much a gallon of gas costs in your area. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings onto under $6 is a strange thing, right? yes i filled up for 5 79. i was so excited, unreasonably excited, but it's 5 79 talk more about that as the morning goes, thanks for being with us. i'm gasia mikaelian claudine wong. today is monday, july 11. let's talk about our weather because certainly if you're waking up right now, and you're kind of taking a peek outside looking for that morning chill, you're gonna have to look pretty hard in some places. rosemary oroczo a mile start. good morning to both of you and happy monday to all of you. we will continue with the heat for today are inland cities, perhaps even a tad hotter. going into the upper nineties for some of those hotter spots for the inner east
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bay. we're starting out with partly cloudy skies, especially along the coastline, even some patchy thick fog better details on the current conditions this afternoon highs and the cooling trend that begins tomorrow, coming up in just a little bit. at seven o'clock. let's get onto the highways with ali. good morning. good morning, rosemary . we have a problem to tell you about on the bay bridge the westbound direction. let's show you the toll plaza. right now. you can see traffic. inching along. looks like things are improving a little bit, but i think we can maybe show you a picture of the bay bridge span. now, this is the shore free, right? but the problem is on the bay bridge, westbound 80 just east of the toll plaza. maybe we can turn this around, so hopefully it doesn't get you to dizzy there. but there's a problem there with a couple of crashes that are blocking the far right lane so we can't show to their. we'll get it for you. our next traffic hit. there's also a big problem at the same mateo bridge. this is a earlier crashed this morning that has two of the right lanes blocked.
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you can see traffic barely budging in that westbound direction. if you have to get over to the peninsula from the east bay, i suggest you take the dumbarton bridge instead, time is seven. oh, one. let's go back to the desk. alright thanks, ali. well, cal fire crews continue to make steady progress against the electrified or burning in this year of foothills. now it's burned seven square miles in amador and calvary's counties since it started on the fourth of july. no homes have been damaged or destroyed and all evacuation orders have been lifted. most roads, including all of highway 49 have reopened. and contra costa county fire officials are asking everyone to stay away from a section of willow pass road in pittsburgh because of a smoldering fire there. the fire started last month in the pittsburgh martian of the decommissioned power plant on the delta, and it created heavy smoke this past weekend. that did draw attention from people nearby, including drone operators, and it made it difficult for firefighting aircraft to fly over the fire area. cal fire says it has stopped the expansion of the fire. but it could take several
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more days to actually put it out and crews battling the washburn fire in yosemite national park are facing another hot, humid day fighting those flames. james stories live in studio now, and james's crews are doing whatever they can to keep the flames from damaging hundreds of giant sequoia trees. lots of concerns , considering this has been burning since thursday of last week. now there's a meeting scheduled at the oakhurst community center about 20 miles away from the center of that fire there. firefighters will answer questions and give people in the area and overall update on where they stand and getting the flames under control. let's show you the latest video of what the scene looks like taking overnight at this point. containment is still at 0% in the fire has now grown to more than 2000 acres more than 500. firefighters now are doing what they can to keep it from growing, but that seems to be a challenge. crews are dealing with the rugged terrain. and the many dead trees fueling the fire . one big concern is the threat to the mariposa grove that's home to more than 500 giant sequoia trees. it's threatening
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sequoia trees and the mariposa grove is a historic grove of trees. that really has a lot of history in our national parks system. and when you see the trees, you you know that they can sustain fire. i mean, they've been around for more than 1000 years. to protect some of those largest trees. firefighters have a sprinkler system surrounding them. here. crews have a system in place to protect the grizzly giant. it's the second largest tree in yosemite. standing at about 209 ft, tall and one of the most photographed trees in the world . that community meeting that set to start tonight at seven o'clock. you have 70 park officials are still working on the details for a live stream of that meeting. and after a day of dangerous smoke, helicopters are now in the air again, so we'll soon get an update on whether any containment has been achieved. garcia james thank you , somebody. national park is more than 160 miles away from the south bay, but still we could start to feel and see some of the effects of the fire later
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today. there was already near quality warning in place at the park visitors being told to reduce their physical exertion due to heavy smoke. now there's an air quality advisory here in the bay area, smoke from the washburn fire is drifting north . forecasters don't expect the offshore winds we had yesterday to continue today. this means the smoke could hover over the bay area. course we have you covered here on mornings onto you could find updates around the clock on the wildfires that are burning in our state when you had the ktvu .com/ wildfires. well there's been another drowning at lake berryessa, the napa county sheriff's office, says 18 year old zaire what to fairly evelio drowned in this middle creek day use area yesterday, the sheriff's office is fairly was standing on a log when he slipped into the water. and after the police officer was able to pull into shore and then off duty nurses tried to revive him, but he was later pronounced dead at the hospital. this was the third drowning at lake berryessa in two weeks. and that drowning at lake various happened on the same day, a
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somber fundraiser was held in oakland came in response to another tragedy in the water there. ktvu andre senior live in studio with more on that story on the family. those men really need some help. right now. it was a fundraiser in the east bay organized by leaders of the guatemalan community here in the bay area this weekend. dozens of members of that community gathered to help the families of three men who drowned in the delta. they jumped into the water to try and rescue a young boy. the fundraiser was held yesterday to park in west oakland. the goal was to help pay the expensive sending the bodies of those three men back home to their families in guatemala, the daughter of one of the men who drowned attended the fundraiser. it's very important, you know the family and the religion come back and guatemala the men drowned in july 3rd while on a fishing trip near brandon island in the sacramento delta. they were among several men who jumped into the water to saving the eight year old boy. that boy was eventually rescued. oakland city
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councilman noel gaia was among those who attended yesterday's fundraiser. guy who knew the three men who lived in the fruitvale district, the district that he represents. there were regular volunteers every saturday and every sunday morning from eight o'clock to 12 noon. clean the neighborhood, illegal dumping, working with the homeless encampments cleaning the schools, even and they were there. the loss of that community. being sure, organizers estimated will cost roughly $45,000 to transport all the victim's home for burials. these three men have been hailed as heroes for rushing to save that child. but safety experts say these drownings still serve as an important reminder for everyone hitting into the water this summer. they say, you should never swim alone, especially in areas where there are no lifeguards. safety experts say everyone should know their physical limitations while in the water and they stress alcohol use increases the danger. for anyone swimming or on a boat back to you. andre
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thank you starting this week is going to cost travelers more to leave their cars at the long term parking lot at san francisco international airport has announced the daily maximum rate for long term parking there will increase from $18 to 25 on friday. that's a very big increase here. $25 a day is a lot of money to pay off. airport parking is a lot cheaper than that if you're willing to get that bit of extra time, but and you can't find cheaper if you look around. it seems like they everything has gone up. yeah even the uber drive like we didn't park we took uber, but even that was more expensive. sfo says the increase is due to the growing number of passengers who are now returning to the airport after the big slowdown and air travel during the beginning of the pandemic, what may soon become easier to figure out transfers between different area transit systems. the metropolitan transportation commission is spending $6 million to create a series of maps will be used by all the area transit agencies. the idea
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is to make it easier for people to transfer between things like busses and bart, the first of the new signs are not expected to be installed until early 2024 . let's talk gas prices. we saw another drop in prices across the country this weekend, according to the text site gasbuddy nearly 7000 gas stations in the united states. are now selling gas for under $4 a gallon, not a single. one of them is here in the bay area, but that's still almost tripled the number from last week the nationwide average remains at $4.68 a gallon. that's down 13 cents from a week ago. 30 cents below where we were last month, let's focus on what's happening here at home in california, according to triple a. the statewide average is now $6.09 a gallon, however. you can find some locations selling gas for under $6 here in the bay area one week ago, the statewide average was $6.24 last month, it was 6 43. all right. time now is 709. everything is relative. right so we wanted a little bit cheaper, ali. you know, i think
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anytime you go under that you know $6, mark $7 mark $5 mark. remember when there was like three something yeah, i remember when, during the pandemic when oil was trading for less than $0 a barrel was negative prices. but what a difference a couple of years can make. but you definitely don't want to be burning your gas if you're idling. on places like the bay bridge toll plaza, which we do see a lot of this morning because of a crash there. let's go to the maps. we can show you that this crash is just before the toll plaza. it is blocking one of the lanes, one of the far right lanes, and then there's heavy traffic. once you get onto the western spanner the eastern span of the bridge and bay bridge toll plaza, things inching along there, and we do also want to let people know about that earlier problem we mentioned on the peninsula this is we still have traffic being diverted. from north and 1012 southbound to 80 because of a crash that happened there
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earlier this morning. so that's a closer look at that. and then if you look at the bottom right of your screen, there's the san mateo bridge. this bridge is a mess because of crash. that happened in the middle of that span in the westbound direction, still blocking two of the three westbound lanes, so if you're trying to get over to the peninsula from the east bay definitely take the dumbarton bridge instead. 7 11, let's go back to the desk. alright thanks , ali. well, children, new clues in the murder case of an oakley woman who went missing in january coming up. we'll tell you how new evidence could help investigators find her, and after a quick break the number of people getting hospitalized for covid in the bay area is rising. what's behind the increase and warnings of growing covid surge.
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14 the number of people in bay area hospitals with covid has hit the highest point in five months. the state department of public health says. there are now 770 people hospitalized with covid in the bay area. that's similar to what we saw back in february, while the total number of new covid cases per day remains mostly steady, public health experts say they think many people are not reporting the results of their at home tests, leading to a large undercount of positive cases. across the country. doctors are warning of a growing covid surge fueled by the b a five oh macron sub variant and the summer travel season. cbc data show that new, more contagious variants are now the dominant
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strain of covid in the united states, the very prompted new york city health leaders to once again recommend facemasks indoors and in large crowds outdoors. almost in a place where the vaccine is still working, but it's not working as well as it used to be. so we need to go back to layering our protection we're observing now is an increase the number of cases and it just goes to show you that the covid not going away. researchers are working on new forms of vaccine boosters that would be more focused on omicron variants, but they likely won't be ready until the fall. parents in the bay area are vaccinating their young children faster than the rest of the country. some bay area counties say in the three weeks since the shots became available for children under five they've seen between 10 and 15% of babies in dollars, getting their first shot now, while that is lower than some health officials had hoped, for, it is much higher than the 1.5% of young children nationwide. who have gotten their first shot. in some
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bay area counties like napa and sonoma, though they are still in single digit percentages in that age group. and president biden is now considering a new option in his battle against the supreme court decision that overturned roe versus wade. the president says he may declare abortion access a public health emergency. and that would free up federal funds to go to expand reproduction health services in all. 50. us states. president biden discussed this proposal with reporters during a brief break from his sunday bike ride. the president says his fight for abortion rights will not end there. my ultimate goal is to reinstate roe v. wade is a national law by passing it in the united states congress and i'll sign it the moment that happens. president biden also called on abortion rights demonstrators to continue their marches and rallies in cities across the country happening today, king tide returned to the bay area, they're expected to cause coastal flooding and parking lots, sidewalks and trails in many low lying areas. king tide events, usually last just a day or two. the national weather service says the latest
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king tides will arrive in the bay area late tonight, and they're likely caused minor flooding. until friday evening. the tides are expected to climb to 7.5 ft along san francisco's embarcadero and parts of marin county. king tides happen when the moon earth and sun line up and create the maximum force of gravity on the oceans. santa rosa police say they broke up multiple large side shows over the weekend. police say there were over 300 cars moving through different places in the city on saturday night. and they say they prevented at least six side shows from starting and broke up some of the other ones . in total, they arrested for people and impounded three vehicles. santa rosa police officers also say the side shows delayed a fire department ambulance from getting to a call . we had a couple of major problems plaguing that six o'clock hour, at least one has been resolved, right, ali yes, we had a problem on bart earlier. that's now been resolved. so all trains going through san francisco? no problem. but we do our do have some problems and some other bay area commute thoroughfares overall looks pretty good
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northbound to one. there's a little bit of slowing around tully road, but no major accidents to tell you about. you can see in this live picture to 80 north and south. dont traffic moving smoothly a little heavier in those directions past downtown. we do have some sluggish traffic northbound 8 80 past the coliseum and that may be because of an earlier crash. at 23rd street, but it's been cleared. still stop and go traffic getting towards the mcarthur maze and i was going to show the highway four camera here, but we'll skip over that, since it's a nice picture of the estuary. you can see how clear it is out there in the inland parts of the bay area, but not the case at the golden gate bridge is just socked in with fog. in fact, chp put out an advisory about some of the visibility just at this bridge. let's bring in rosemary oroczo do we have rosemary oroczo interesting weather conditions out there very foggy at the golden gate bridge, but nowhere else. yes we're summer's in full bloom. right ali, we've got what
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we typically see along the coastline. just a lot of drizzle and patchy fog and thick fog in some areas and then our inland cities enjoying the sunny skies a little bit of haze out there for today. last check air quality is still good, although we've been talking about that possibility of some smoke drifting our way from the fire burning in yosemite so we could see some today, especially for the inner east bay. perhaps the north bay. if you see that, hes you'll know where it's coming from. we also have the advisory that garcia in just a moment ago , the coastal flood advisory that begins this evening goes until midnight. you can see where it is that shade of green includes all of our bayside communities and say, francisco as well as into the north bay. so those low lying areas, parking lots, parks, things like that the roadways will be susceptible to some low lying flooding. we do have storm tracker to here to show you just a week onshore breeze. they're moving through. it looks like the golden gate and into the bay, and that's pretty much
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where it stops or inland cities. will not get you any relief from the onshore breeze today. meanwhile there's that flow coming from this direction, and that's what could be pushing some of that smoke in our area into our area. visibility in and around the bay area is good until you get to the coastline half moon bay reporting zero visibility at this hour so long highway one. closer to the coast . you're going to find patchy drizzle as well as the possibility of some very low lying fog. the onshore breeze through fairfield only 13 mph, so not strong enough to help us out today and we are calm. santa rosa novato napa conquered, all reporting calm conditions, temperatures are warmer in most areas, especially inland fairfield 11 degrees warmer right now compared to 24 hours ago. and livermore up by eight deliver more 66 walnut creek at 70 into the north bay 56 in novato, 56 in san francisco. around the bay low sixties and hayward low sixties palo alto. your future cast here will show
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you we've got the partly cloudy skies continuing for the entire day along the coastline and then by about a sunset. we've got those claws moving back across the bay and they fill in. that's a look at tomorrow morning. and that will be an indication of the cool down that is coming our way for the days ahead afternoon highs for today. 74 in san francisco, load them into upper eighties around the bay inland areas into the upper nineties. antioch fairfield getting close to 100 degrees this afternoon. you're going to be baking out there. if you're going to the giants game a little bit later, it's going to be cool. partly sunny skies or west southwest breeze at 15 mph 66 degrees at game time, which is 6 45 and continuing to cool off into the evening hours. meanwhile the extended forecast there's that drop in temperatures and then we don't budge. temperatures will remain in the low sixties for the coast upper seventies around the bay upper eighties to low nineties all the way into the weekend. back to you, rosemary.
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officers had to work around smoke and flames to get the driver out. and after the break a severe monsoon dropped heavy rains in pakistan. what experts say maybe behind that unusually heavy downpour.
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damaging homes, roads, bridges and power stations across the country. people living in karachi and made their major southern ports city or having to use boats to get around. the rain started in mid june and are said to be twice as heavy as the usual downpour during this time of year. and experts are blaming the conditions on climate change monsoon season in pakistan last from july to september and helps with crop irrigation and replenishing water reservoirs here at home and moved to chilling new evidence in the search for a missing woman from contra costa county. investigators say that crumpled up letter could hold the key to the whereabouts of alexis gabe. she's the 24 year old oakley woman who's been missing since late january. the letter contains handwritten directions by gobs ex boyfriend marshall jones. the main suspect in her disappearance. the letter is led authorities to the small rural town of pioneer in amador county. it's been the hardest, um 5.5 months of our lives. i mean, we've never expected that.
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we would be in this situation. um our house used to be. jobs father shared some of this new evidence in the investigation into his daughter's disappearance included a letter from antioch police that reads in part, we know that marshall jones wrote these directions to pioneer and believe he used them to dispose of alexis's body near where the directions end. it also says jones told a friend he was thinking about killing alexis and wanted to know where to hide a body. we were definitely devastated when we when we saw that letter, we had no idea that he was capable of doing something like this, um when he. comes to our house or when he comes to visit or attend our family gathering. he's always been, um friendly. jones was killed by police in a seattle suburb last month. officers say he charged at them
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with a knife while they were trying to take him into custody. well if you try to get your car fixed, you may have to wait even longer for the repairs coming up. we'll talk about the problems the auto body shops are facing and we'll tell you which part is the hardest to get. 40 years after a kindergartner vanished as she was walking to school police in monterey county arrested meant for her death. still ahead of officers were able to push this case
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a competitive advantage and how the taxi alliance is responding . tensions heat up as elon musk tries to pull out of his billion dollar takeover of twitter what he is blaming for his decision. and what twitter is trying to do to stop it. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two good morning to you and welcome the mornings onto i'm claudine wong and i'm gasia mikaelian it's monday, july 11th if you were able not to turn on the yesterday we get through today, rosemary says we'll be all
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right. oh yes, we do have a cool down coming our way. not today, but as we get into your bay area tuesday, temperatures are going to drop off giving you a look at what you can expect. for today. temperatures peaking for inland cities. in fact, we're looking at upper nineties for today for some of the inner east bay. meanwhile sixties at the coast and a lot of eighties around the bay under mostly sunny skies, we do have a light onshore breeze out there. we have a lot of cloud cover along the coastline, patchy drizzle and some thick fog. better details on the current conditions and those afternoon highs coming up in just a little bit. it is 7 31. let's see how traffic is doing this morning. hi, ali. good morning. traffic is doing okay if you're going to drive across the bay bridge, you want to give yourself some extra time because there was an earlier crash there. that's now been cleared, but it's led to some pretty heavy backups, not just at the toll plaza, but on the span. as you can see from the maps here, traffic just inching forward as you're looking at the 15 to 20 minute delay, at least to get under the span. and then once
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you're on the span, it's very stop and go from there. taking a look at the san mateo bridge. this has gone from bad to worse in the last hour earlier crash involving a big rig mid span has blocked two of the three lanes. tow trucks are having a hard time getting access to this and clearing the scene. so if you need to get over to the peninsula from the east bay definitely take the dumbarton bridge because that bridge looks pretty clear. this bridge is problem free is the richmond san rafael bridge toll plaza. no issues getting over to marin county from here, 7 32. let's go back to the desk. okay. thanks, sally. well the report by the international investigative journalist shows services co. based uber used technology to fend off government investigations hired lobbyists to evade taxi regulations and avoid paying taxes all over the world. that investigation found uber secretly asked politicians for favors used offshore accounts to hide money and discuss the benefits of its drivers being violently attacked to gain public sympathy. the
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taxi alliance says all of that put users in danger and gave uber and unfair advantage they launched, uh, charging passengers for rides without any um. legal oversight whatsoever in terms of insurance, passenger safety drivers screening anything so their launch was illegal. and they were later. sort of, um, legitimized by the california public utilities commission. uber says it's made many changes and released a statement saying quote we have not and will not make its uses for past behavior that is clearly not in line with our present values instead. we asked the public to judge us by what we've done over the last five years and what we will do in the years to come. 7 33 here. twitter stock is down about 7% this morning after elon musk announced he is pulling out of his $44 billion takeover of that
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company. musk is blaming a lack of transparency in twitter's data about the number of fake accounts. twitter says fake accounts make up less than 5% of its user base. musk says he thinks they make up about 20. lawyers are going to have a heyday with this thing and something will ultimately get negotiated. the bigger issue, though, is the value of twitter less because he's uncovered something which is the number of fake accounts is greater than 5. meaning that the advertising revenue will not be what they thought it would be. because, you know, i think accounts don't buy stuff. twitter has pledged to take must to court over his attempt to terminate the purchase happening today in san jose. doctor accused of sexual assault is scheduled to face a judge for a plea hearing. 61 year old name or islam, has she hashmi was arrested in december. charged with sexually assaulting two girls in 2000 and seven and a female employee in 2016. police say they think there may be other victims have yet to
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come forward. anyone with information is being encouraged to contact palo alto police the monterey county sheriff's office announced an arrest in the murder case from 1982. any family was just five years old when she begged her family to let her walk from their home and seaside to her elementary school , which was just three blocks away. she never made it to school. her body was found two days later she had been kidnapped, sexually assaulted and strangled. updated dna testing led investigators to 70 year old robert leno, who had lived just around the corner from the fans. he was arrested in reno and is now awaiting extradition to california happening today, people are invited to sign a book of condolences at the japanese consulate in san francisco following the assassination of former japanese prime minister shinzo abe. the book is available at the consulate at battery street today and tomorrow between 10 o'clock in the morning at four in the afternoon. in japan. there will be a memorial for tonight. he'll be buried tomorrow in a private
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funeral arranged by family and friends. two days after a boy was killed, japan held its scheduled parliamentary election , the current prime minister fumio kishida, will now have the support he needs to continue to rule without interruption until 2025 he said he was grateful for the win, but said it will be hard to keep his ruling party together without a bob. with the victory, ashida can move forward with his plans to change the japanese constitution. which was drafted by the united states at the end of world war two. japan wants to build a stronger military, which is banned by the current constitution. president biden is preparing to welcome mexico's president to the white house tomorrow. mexican president andres manuel lopez over door refused biden's invitation to the summit of the americas in los angeles last month. lopez obrador disagrees with the white house on trade, foreign policy, energy and climate change. his relationship with former president trump focused only on stopping migrants from coming to the us from across the mexico border.
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later this week, president biden is going to make his first official visit to the middle east since he was vice president in jerusalem. us flags are already being put in place and helicopters are flying low level security missions over that city. mr biden is going to meet with israeli leaders to discuss how to advance israel's growing alliance with arab countries to fight the growing threat of iran . he's also going to meet with palestinian officials and could announce new economic support. he will end his trip with a stop in saudi arabia. the man tasked with forming strategy for former president trump says he is ready to testify before congressional members investigating the riot at the us capitol. former white house strategist steve bannon has informed the houses january 6th committee, he is ready to talk. bannon had been one of the highest profile allies of the former president, who refused to testify. he's facing criminal charges after months of defying a congressional subpoena the next hearing tomorrow at 10 a.m. all right. time now is 7 37. let's talk about the roads on this monday morning of people
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trying to get out of the house right now. i want to make sure they have a smooth ride in well, it seems like a monday morning commute in that we have some slow traffic at the bay bridge toll plaza and just a spattering of crashes and problems happening around now, this picture you're looking at things have picked up in that northeastern direction of 80 past the coliseum. an earlier crashes, slow things down, making your way towards downtown oakland. but things have improved their slightly. we also want to check back and check on that highway four commute. still stop and go traffic as you go through a point and westbound highway four towards concord. slow as well. golden gate bridge has been very foggy, low visibility this morning. the chp put out an alert about it earlier this morning, so it's something that you're going to want to be aware of, if that is where your commute takes you also in the city. if you were taking part there was an earlier problem there. that's now been cleared, so no problems for bart commuters there this morning. time is 7 38. let's check in
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with rosemary oroczo. alright we've got that summertime spread alley sixties at the coast nineties inland, some areas even flirting with the century mark. that's just how hot it's going to be for the inner east bay today. got to be baking giving you a live. look here over san francisco. we've got some fog out there. you can see some at the bottom of the screen. you can see some inside the bay apache thick fog, which had a picture of the golden gate just a moment ago, shrouded in fog, a little bit of drizzle out there and half moon bay. porting visibility down to about a quarter mile even less. at times storm tracker to here we have a very weak onshore breeze that's keeping the coastline very comfortable and inside the bay as well. our inland cities not enjoying it. today we will get into some cooler weather starting tomorrow more on that in the extended forecast. we also have this flow coming this direction and that's blowing a little bit of that to smoke in our area into our area, so we can expect to see perhaps a little bit of haze out there,
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especially the inner east bay, perhaps the north bay visibility now at half moon bay reporting zero and it will continue to be thick over the next hour or two before it finally lifts. if you have a early morning. drive along highway one. be prepared for that. outside of that we've got some pretty good conditions . visibility wise, it looks like throughout the bay area, fairfield reporting just a very weak onshore breeze and we are calm over the north bay east bay conquered, reporting calm conditions, just a light breeze in oakland right now. temperatures this morning warmer than yesterday, especially inland. 58 to start your day in napa. we have upper sixties brentwood 70 degrees already in fairfield, san jose, already reporting in the upper sixties and the afternoon highs well above average by 10 degrees santa rosa 94 for you today a nice 74 in san francisco low eighties in oakland, 96 expected livermore. and san jose. you're going to 88 better details on this afternoon highs and the cooling trend that kicks off tomorrow coming up in the extended forecast. okay thanks
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rosemary well after a wave of canceled and delayed flights, the biden ministrations is now investigating the problem. coming up why? transportation secretary pete buttigieg is not going to do what you will not do to help ease those staffing shortages to our newsroom. now say quick, good morning again to our andre senior. as you're looking ahead to the eight o'clock hour, andre good morning to you, gaussian claudine. the fda is considering a request to allow birth control pills to be sold over the counter. no prescription needed how soon the contraceptive could be on store shelves if approved by the fda that's coming up at eight plus vaccination rates for children dipped across the country during the 2020 2021 school year when he joined us on the nine we're talking live with a doctor from the academy of american pediatrics about the worrying decline. stay
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let play unwind your mind. ikea. live and grateful to three police officers who snapped into action when they came across a car on fire on the side of the highway. the officers figured they had about five minutes to get this man out of that burning car before it exploded. there was thick smoke. and it was hard to see that driver did our best to get them out of the driver's side. unfortunately none of the doors would open as hard as we tried when we were unsuccessful with that. i've been around to the passenger side as to see if i can pull them out that way,
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unfortunately, was able to grab two hands and get them a good portion of his body through that window. only one of those three officers had any training in dealing with burning cars. the other two said they were just acting on instinct and adrenaline. the driver says he has no idea why his car caught fire. but he is very grateful for the quick thinking of those three officers that he credits with saving his life that biden ministrations is now investigating the trend of delayed and canceled flights across the country. transportation secretary pete buttigieg's says. despite some recent improvements, airlines are not meeting an acceptable level of service. he said he's opposed to raising the age limit for pilots to help avert staffing shortages. the answer is not to keep the baby boomer generation in the cockpit indefinitely. the answer is to make sure that we have as many and as good pilots ready to take their place to have a stronger pipeline. we're backing that up with faa programs that support high school and college curriculum to get into aviation . and of course, ultimately, it
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will be for the airlines and those employers. to hire and retain excellent talent. meanwhile at least one airline ceo is blaming the government and faa for the delays. the head of united airlines says 50% of delays and 75% of cancelations over the past four months were due to shortages of air traffic controllers. russia has said another barrage of missiles into eastern ukraine today the target has been kharkiv, the second largest city in the country. at least 15 people have died and dozens more could be trapped inside of a five story apartment building. some ukrainians say the latest attacks are forcing them to find new places to go again. last night, my neighbor's house was burnt. then they hit the city center. it was hard they shall train station market store central market. we had victims and it happened in different places. russian forces have taken over the luhansk region in eastern ukraine, and it's aiming at the dunks province next. if it's
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successful, it will have completed the takeover. the largest matatu manufacturing center in ukraine. but it has paid a high price for that. tens of thousands of russian soldiers have died since the start of the invasion in february. well turning down to wall street. it has a lot to sort through this week, starting with twitter can cook very busy back in studio with details in today's dollars and cents. certainly we're all keeping an eye on twitter with that big news today. it's also a very big week. we get the consumer price index and the producer price index this week. those give a clear current picture of the economy and perhaps the look ahead. second quarter earnings also kick off this week with reports from delta airlines pepsi, wells fargo, jpmorgan chase and morgan stanley. so we'll see what happens when those reports come in this week. as that opening bell rang this morning. twitter stock dropped shortly after the bell down about 7% right now, afterward that elon musk wants to pull out of his deal to buy twitter. there could be lawsuits to follow shareholders weighing
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that, as twitter loses value as we take a live look, the dow, the nasdaq and the s and p 500 all down this morning, with the dow jones down almost a half of a percent 131 points there, the s and p 500 down almost a full percentage point. and the nasdaq down almost 2% right now. 204 points on the downside for the nasdaq. california's housing market has been showing some signs of calling down as interest rates rise. however, a new real estate study published in the chronicle shows home prices are still soaring in some parts of the state home prices in the sea ranch area of sonoma county jumped 45% during this past year. that's followed closely by carmel in monterey county up 43% groveland into alameda county, third on the list at 38% followed by palm springs up 37. the next wave in sustainable energy could come from recycling and already important, renewable source
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recycling solar panels and the materials used to make them will allow the industry to expand. now they can also make solar energy more sustainable. the first solar panels had a lifespan of about 25 years after that, they're usually discarded in landfills or shredded. but the growing demand andor those . could make business $2.7 by 2030 and supply chain issues continue to affect buying a car and now fixing a car. auto body. shop owners say they are waiting months to get essential parts to repair the cars. they say they sometimes have to call around the country and pay a premium for parts and shipping. right now one of the most hard to get parts catalytic converters, which has a three month waiting time. and as we know those are often stolen because of their metal value. pam cook, that's a look at your dollars and cents. alright. thanks, pam. alright let's talk about our roads right now. on this monday morning. how are we looking? ali it's not
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looking great. if you're on the bay bridge and the san mateo bridge. those have been our real problem spots for much of the morning. let's start with a live picture of the bay bridge toll plaza. you can see what we're talking about. there were a couple earlier crashes on the span of the bridge as you're getting to san francisco. those have cleared up. but the backup remains. so give yourself some extra time. if that is your commute this morning, we do have some good news to tell you about earlier crash north and one on one at 2 80. all lanes here have now reopened it. traffic was being diverted at one point, all lanes closed. but now everything is back. open again. one. oh, one. sonoma tail bridge has been like this at a standstill for the last hour, i would say because of a crash, blocking the two right lanes. the bridge. oh truck's still on the way there, but what's there is actually one tow truck already there, but they're having a hard time. moving the two trucks involved in this crash off of the cemetery bridge. take the dumbarton instead. if that is your commute, 7 50 let's check in with rosemary oroczo for look
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at the day's weather that looks painful. ali snail's pace out there are also a little painful the weather today especially if you live inland, where temperatures are going to reach well into the mid upper nineties . this is going to be the hardest day. if you just can't stand the heat, temperatures do begin to change over tomorrow, giving you a live. look here over san francisco. we've got some pretty fog. they're just drifting. within our lens, and you can see there in the distance. we've got some fog inside the bay so the low clouds are out there. the patchy drizzle along the coastline, visibility is low. in fact, half moon bay right now reporting zero visibility so be prepared for some patchy dense fog. if you're going to be traveling on highway one, we have this advisory begins at eight o'clock this evening will go until midnight for our low lying areas. along our bayside communities as well as into the north bay. the king tides are back. and so that will happenni. hopefully no, not a lot of folks
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out there, but we could experience some low lying flooding at that time. meanwhile the future cast model shows you as we get into the evening hours , the low clouds begin to move back across the bay and then into tomorrow morning more widespread in addition to the patchy drizzle this will kick off the cooling trend again for tuesday. 56 degrees right now in san francisco, upper fifties and napa upper sixties to low seventies already for the inner east bay. and for the afternoon today, 66 pacifica eighties around the base, 74 san francisco low nineties for the north bay upper nineties for the inner east bay. 97 in the south bay of morgan hill. your extended forecast. there's the cool down that begins tomorrow. 5 to 10 degree drop, and we hold steady through the rest of the business weekend into the weekend low sixties at the coast upper seventies around the bay nineties inland flooding alright . thanks rosemary. what today is 7 11, also known as free slurpee day, but today also marks the day that krispy kreme customers can enter the winfrey donuts for an entire year. how you can
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participate in the 85th anniversary promotion that starts today. that's coming up at eight. but first, it is the only music festival of its kind. and guess what? it is all underwater after the break how organizers did it. and their message to attendees.
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air force base in california just after 6 30 last night. it took 46 spacex starlink internet satellites with it. the mission was a fast one, with the return leading of the first stage less than nine minutes after launch, the satellites were sent into low earth orbit 63 minutes after liftoff. this was the 29th orbital mission for space x this year and the 17th dedicated to starling. and happening today, supporters of city college of san francisco will turn in petitions for a ballot measure that would raise more money for the school faculty and staff say city college has suffered years of budget cuts and that was amplified during the pandemic. so they want voters to approve a measure that would provide $45 million in support for programs and services for students with the greatest needs that would include tutoring childcare, english as a second language classes and even food and housing, they will hold a rally outside of city hall at noon before they submit the proposal for the november ballot. and it is the perfect music festival
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for people who love the sea. this festival in the florida keys is all underwater. the performers include scuba divers , snorkelers and costume performers who do not mind getting wet. festival organizers say it's truly a one of a kind experience for music lovers of all ages. we basically used bluebell underwater speakers, dances, calypso. we simply take the whole thing attached a radio receiver to it and pick up the signal from us one radio right down the street and play the concert underwater. wow it's really pretty cool, because what we do is we have a design. there's certain songs that play very well underwater music with a lot of high end in it travels really well. this year marks the 38th year of the underwater music festival, and organizers say it is getting more popular every year. will cyclists from the uk is nearing the end of an 18 state tour from new york city to san francisco. he's been on a mission to raise money and
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awareness for multiple sclerosis and the mental health challenges that come with that disease. anthony butcher tells us about his mother's m s diagnosis. he was 15 years old when it happened, and he has been fundraising ever since. part of my pain is that there is nothing i can do to stop what's happening to my mom. my mom lives in a nursing home. she's not wheelchair. she's losing. use of her body slowly day by day, and it's just a horrible conditions, but i think it's wonderful with modern technology together this week to my mom regular and i know she's really proud of me and is glad that i'm taking this pain with both experienced and making something good. come from come of it. now put your ride. he left new york on april 23rd. he is hoping t and barry a product ball. blackburn hastar, the anti act native who made his mlb debut with the a's in 2017 was cheered at yesterday's game against the astros. oakland was
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not able to carry on to a window and ended their latest home stand with a 6 to 1 lost to houston. the a's are in last place in the american league west will start a series against the texas rangers on the road this evening. let's talk giants . the giants are returning home tonight after crushing the padres. it was 12 to nothing in san diego yesterday. well we're floors, had two home runs and then four rbis in one of san francisco's most impressive victories of the season. the giants are still in third place in the national league west 12.5 games behind the dodgers, san francisco will begin a series against the arizona diamondbacks tonight at oracle. expect another hot day in the bay area. it's the hottest day of the week. we're tracking temperatures all around the bay , plus the wildfire threatening yosemite's iconic sequoia trees growing with no containment yet we're tracking the conditions as firefighters work to get a handle on the washburn fire. and another deadly weekend on bay area waterways. details on the
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latest drowning at lake berryessa, the third in two weeks from ktvu, fox. two news this morning's onto coming up at eight o'clock. welcome to mornings onto i'm andre senior. good morning. i'm gasia mikaelian. it's monday. july 11th. this is one of those days rosemary oroczo where people who don't have a c are going to be sweating it out. yes we have temperatures nearing the century mark before our inland cities today. the good news is this is going to be the hottest day things start to cool down. tomorrow giving you a live look there at san francisco, where along the coastline there, asking, where's the heat? we've got a lot of drizzle patchy fog out there this morning and visibility is low at half moon bay and a view there of san francisco. we've got some fog drifting by you can see some just inside. the base. so for today, temperature is going to be just as hot as yesterday. perhaps a tad bit hotter. we do have just a very localized onshore breeze helping us stay cool right here along the
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coastline also noticed the flow coming from this direction. where again we are looking at the possibility of maybe some smoke drifting our way from that fire burning in yosemite giving you look here at the visibility. you got some little bit of trouble seeing ahead of you at half moon bay, where visibility is zero this morning. and the winds are onshore and light. we have an onshore breeze had about 18 mph again temperatures right now. not bad in the fifties and sixties. we've got seventies for inland cities already, though, 72 brentwood these are the areas that will again go into the upper nineties. very details on the afternoon highs as well as the conditions out there where the fire is burning coming up in just a little bit. thank you so much. rosemary the washburn fire burning yosemite national park continues to be a challenge right now and tonight, a meeting is scheduled for the nearby community to get updates on the fire. james torres upstairs in studio with us for the latest on the information and firefighters are really working to protect those giant historic, really sequoia trees. that's the goal
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right now. we know that fire has been burning since thursday that meeting tonight, scheduled at the oakhurst community center. it's about 20 miles away from the center of that fire. they're firefighters will answer questions and give people in the area and overall update on where they stand in getting the flames under control. let's show you the latest video of what the washburn fire looks like taken overnight at this point. containment is still at 0% in the fire now has grown to more than 2000 acres more than 500. firefighters are doing what they can to keep it from growing, but that's been a challenge. crews are dealing with rugged terrain and the many dead trees that are fueling the fire. one big concern is the threat to the mariposa grove that's home to more than 500 giant sequoia trees. water is being used to create more humidity around the trees, create some moisture just to give that extra boost of protection because these truths really are protected by a lot of efforts out here. with prescribed burns over the years. to protect some of the largest trees. firefighters have a
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sprinkler system surrounding some of them here. crews have a system in place to protect the grizzly giant. it's the second largest train yosemite. standing at about 209 ft. tall and one of the most photographed trees in the world, the fire generating so much smoke there is now a an air quality advisory in place here in the bay area for context. you're 70 is about 150 miles away from oakland. that meeting tonight is set to start at about seven o'clock. you have 70 park officials say they are still working on the details for a live stream for that meeting, and after a day of dangerous smoke, helicopters are now able to fly again, so we'll soon get an update on whether any containment has been achieved. garcia james. thank you. 70 national park is more than 160 miles away from the south bay so we could start to see and feel some of the affected that fire later today. there was already near quality warning in place at the park visitors being told to reduce their physical exertion due to heavy smoke. now there's an air quality advisory in the bay area. smoke from the washburn fires drifting north.
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forecasters don't expect the offshore winds we had yesterday to continue today. that means the smoke could hover over the bay area. cal fire crews continued to make steady progress against the electric fire burning in the sierra foothills burned through seven square miles in amador and calibers county. since it started on the fourth of july. no homes have been damaged or destroyed. all evacuation orders have been lifted now in most roads, including all of highway 49 have reopened. contra costa fire officials asking everyone to avoid a section of willow pass road in pittsburgh due to a smoldering fire there. the fire started last month and the pittsburgh marsh near the decommissioned power plant on the delta. it created heavy smoke this past weekend that drew a lot of attention from people nearby, and it also drew drone operators that made it tough for firefighting aircraft to fly over the area. cal fire says it stopped the expansion of the fire but still could take several more days before it's actually out. of course we have you covered on mornings onto and you could find updates around the clock on the wildfires burning in northern california
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when you had to ktvu dot com slash wildfires. there has been another drowning at lake berryessa, the napa county sheriff's office says. i hear wattoo fairly of alejo drowned in these middle creek day use area yesterday, the sheriff's office says the 18 year old was standing on a log when he slipped into the water and off duty police officer was able to pull him to shore, an off duty nurses tried to revive him. he was later pronounced dead at the hospital. this was the third drowning at lake berryessa in two weeks that training at lake berryessa happen on the same day of fundraiser was held in oakland. it was in response to another tragic incident on the water. this weekend, members of the bay area's guatemalan community gathered for fundraiser to help the families of three men who drowned in the delta while trying to rescue an eight year old boy. hundreds of people turned out for the event at a park in west oakland yesterday. the goal was to raise money to help pay the expenses to send the bodies of the men back to their families in guatemala. it's very important, you know the family and the religion come back and guatemala
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the men drowned on july 3rd while on a fishing trip near brandon island in the sacramento delta. the number of people at bay area hospitals with covid has hit the highest point in five months. the state department of public health says. there are now 770 people hospitalized with covid in the bay area that's similar to what we saw back in february. while the total number of new covid cases per day remains steady. for the most part, public health experts say they think many people are not reporting the positive results of their at home tests, leading to a large undercount of positive cases. across the country. doctors are warning of a growing covid surge fueled by the b, a five microns sub variant and the summer travel season, cbc data show. the new, more contagious variant is now the dominant strain of covid in the united states. the very prompted new york city health leaders to once again recommend facemasks indoors and in large crowds outdoors almost in a place where the vaccine is still working, but it's not working as well as it used to be
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, so we need to go back to layering. our protection for observing now is an increase the number of cases and it just goes to show you that the covid not going away. researchers are working on new forms of vaccine boosters that would be more focused on omar crown variants. they likely will be ready until four sevens your time. now parents in the bay area are vaccinating their young children faster than the rest of the country, some barea county say in the three weeks since the shots became available for kids under five they have seen between 15 and 10% or 10. 15% of babies and toddlers get their first shot. while that's lower than some health officials had hoped. it's much higher than the just 1.5% of young children nationwide who have gotten their first shot. but some barrier counties like napa and sonoma are still in single digit percentages for kids under five. we saw another drop in gas prices across the country this weekend, according to the tech side, gasbuddy nearly 7000 gas stations in this country are now selling gas for under $4 a gallon. it's almost tripled the number from last week. the
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nationwide average remains at $4.68 a gallon. that's down 13 cents from a week ago, down 30 cents from last month. of course, though, as you know, prices always much higher here in california, but they're dropping here as well. according to triple a. the statewide averages now $6.09 a gallon and you can find some stations selling gas for under $6 here in the bay area a week ago. this date what average was 6 24 last month? it was 6 43, speaking of gas for bay area cities have now followed pedal luminously when it comes to banning new gas stations. and now the leaders of the southern california city known for cars, traffic jams and smog may soon join those cities. the los angeles city council is considering a ban on new gas stations as part of the effort to reduce driving and cut down on carbon emissions. the oil industry is the leading the group's opposition. banning banning new gas stations, and that city is a two way we've had a couple of big problems pop up for this monday commute. ali, where would you like to start? this time? we're gonna start in the north bay. we've seen the first traffic crash there of the
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morning. so this is going to affect you. if you drive on southbound one, oh, one near frida's parkway, and that's where this crash is located. luckily the vehicles are off to the side, and it's not creating too much of a backup, but something to be aware of. also in the north bay. take a look at what's going on at the richmond bridge toll plaza. we don't know specifically if there's any sort of crash here that's causing this, but you can see from this live picture a lot of very heavy traffic getting from richmond over to marin county. also show you the shore freeway. this drive is about 24 minutes from the cockiness bridge. mcarthur maze. once you get to the toll plaza, things are still very slow there, and we'll have that picture coming up. in our next traffic report shortly eight oh, nine. let's go back to the desk. thank you. president biden is getting ready to commemorate the passage of the bipartisan safer communities act. this is a live picture from the south lawn. where kamala harris vice president kamala harris is speaking right now coming up why, critics say the celebration is clouded by recent shootings. first, though an application was submitted just this morning to
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joe biden now considering a new option in his battle against the supreme court's decision to overturn roe versus wade, the president says he made it clear abortion access of public health emergency and that would free up federal funds to expand reproduction health services in all 50 states. mr biden discussed this proposal with reporters during a break from his sunday bike ride. the president says his fight for abortion rights will not end there. my ultimate goal is to reinstate roe v. wade is a national law by passing it in the united states congress and i'll sign it the moment that happens. president biden also called on abortion rights demonstrators to continue their marches and rallies in cities across the country and activist group is offering up to $250 to anyone who sees and shares the location of any of the six supreme court justices. who voted to overturn roe versus wade last month. the group shut down, d c says it will pay $50 to anyone who shares a confirmed sighting and tweeted. it will pay $200 more if the justice is still there for half an hour or
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longer. this comes days after justice brett kavanaugh left dc restaurant because protesters showed up twitter told axios in an email that the tweet is not in violation of twitter safety policies. 8 14 new this morning pharmaceutical company has submitted an application to the fda asking to sell a birth control pill over the counter companies. hr a pharma. if approved, it would be the first ever birth control pill to be sold over the counter in this country. company leaders say that today's application is unrelated to the supreme court's recent overturning of roe v. wade and called the timing of today's application are really sad coincidence. fda approval could come sometime next year, and it would only apply to hr a pharma. are happening today, a group in san francisco is turning in signatures to try and reopen both jfk drive in golden gate park and the great highway two cars. the group access for all says the closure of both roads have limited people's ability to access areas. they are now trying to get a measure on the november ballot to bring cars back to the roads on
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weekdays. earlier this year, the city decided to make jfk drive permanently car free to create more space for pedestrians and recreation. currently the great highways close to cars on weekends for that same reason administration is now investigating the trend of delayed and canceled flights across the country, transportation secretary pete buttigieg's says. despite some recent improvements, airlines are not meeting and acceptable level of service. he also says he is opposed to raising the age limit for pilots to help avert staffing shortages. the answer is not to keep the baby boomer generation in the cockpit indefinitely. the answer is to make sure that we have as many and as good pilots ready to take their place to have a stronger pipeline. we're backing that up with faa programs that support high school and college curriculum to get into aviation . and of course, ultimately, it will be for the airlines and those employers. to hire and retain excellent talent. meanwhile at least one airline ceo is blaming the government and faa for the delays. the head of united airlines, says 50% of delays and 75% of cancelations
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over the past four months were due to shortages in air traffic controllers. here at home starting this week. it's going to cost travelers more to leave their cars at the long term parking lot at san francisco international airport, sfo was announced the daily maximum rate for long term parking will increase from $18 to $25. the increase begins on friday. it's a very big increase. yeah, $25 a day is a lot of money to pay off . airport parking is a lot cheaper than that. if you're willing to get that bit of extra time, but and you can't find cheaper if you look around. it seems like they everything has gone up. yeah even the uber drive like we didn't park we took uber, but even that was more expensive. sfo says the higher parking fee is due to the growing number of passengers who are now returning to the airport after the big slowdown and air travel in the first two years of the pandemic, the public transportation it maybe soon easier for you to figure out transfers between different bay area transit systems, the
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metropolitan transportation commissioner spending $6 million to create a series of maps that will be used by all area transit agency. the idea. is to make it easier for people to transfer between things like busses and bart, the first of the new signs are not expected to be installed until early 2024 17. let's see what your monday morning commute is doing a couple of twists and turns already this morning, ali and you know two major bridges that we like to show our traffic cameras on have had major problems all morning long, including the bay bridge toll plaza. we're going to start with a map there. you can see all the red on your screen. there was some earlier crashes getting into the city and the commute never really recovered here. so here is a live picture of what it looks like. at the toll plaza 20 minute delay. it is backed up beyond the mcarthur maze, so give yourself a lot of extra time or maybe take part. if you can. earlier problems on bart have now been resolved. sam mateo bridge is the other bridge that has been like this really? for the last say, 90 minutes at this point things not moving because of an earlier crash,
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blocking the two right lanes in that westbound direction. i checked the maps again in the dumbarton bridge is pretty clear and open so i would avoid san mateo bridge. if at all possible this morning. here's a live look at highway 24 no problems here heading towards the caldecott tunnel. 8 18 let's check in with rosemary oroczo. alright thank you, alan. good morning to you happy monday. we are looking at another warm day around the bay and another hot one inland. meanwhile along the coastline, we've got low clouds. fog patchy drizzle beautiful shot there of san francisco, where you can see the low clouds and fog. in that view, we will have temperatures in san francisco for the afternoon 74 degrees. so perhaps perfect for many, meanwhile, are inland communities will be even hotter today, mid to upper nineties in the forecast for the inner east bay. we begin to cool down tomorrow right now out towards the fire area. we do have a relative humidity up
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about 50% but that is going to change as we get into the afternoon today. 90 degrees expected ability of humidity dropping down to about 20% and the winds to about 5 to 10 miles or so now that could push some of that the upper level winds could push some of that smoke our direction, especially for the inner east bay, especially for the north bay today, so if you see some of that hes out there, you know it's coming from the fire in yosemite. meanwhile another advisory this one for our basic communities and into the north bay. a coastal flood advisory. the king tides are back. this advisory begins at eight o'clock this evening will go until midnight is for our low lying areas, roadways, parking 59 pm so hopefully most folks not even out and about at that point, temperature wise, we're rebounding are inland cities in the low seventies brentwood areas over walnut creek. and then as we get closer to the water 63 in oakland, 58 san francisco, mid fifties half moon by with again a lot of cloud cover even very low visibility
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along portions of highway one into the afternoon. these temperatures are similar to yesterday, a tad hotter for some 85 in redwood city, 81 in hayward. really warm over areas like concord, 98 in antioch, so you'll be baking there into the north bay 94 in santa rosa nineties expected from morgan hill in the south bay and your extended forecast here will show you that we are going to see temperatures drop as early as tomorrow sixties in the forecast for our coastline seventies around the bay upper eighties to low nineties inland. now we're going to kind of hold on to this trend all the way into the weekend back to you. rosemary thank you, 8 20 now and investigation is underway after spirit airlines caught flight flight caught fire while landing over the weekend. what officials say started the fire and reaction from passengers inside the plane. and there's a new clue in the search for missing oakley woman, alexis cape chilling letter recently discovered right after the discovered right after the break.
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in the search for a missing woman from contra costa county. investigators say that a crumpled up letter could hold the key to the whereabouts of alexis gabe. she's the 24 year old oakley woman who's been missing since late january. the letter contains handwritten directions by gobs ex boyfriend marshall jones, the main suspect in her disappearance. the letter has led authorities to the small rural town of pioneer in amador
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county. it's been the hardest, um 5.5 months of our lives. i mean, we've never expected that. we would be in this situation. um our house used to be. alexis's father shared some of the new evidence in the investigation into his daughter's disappearance included a letter from antioch police that reads in part, we know that marshall jones wrote these directions to pioneer. and believe he used them to dispose of alexis's body near where the directions end. it also says jones told a friend he was thinking about killing alexis gape and wanted to know where to hide a body. and we were definitely devastated when we when we saw that letter, we had no idea that he was capable of doing something like this, um when he. comes to our house or when he comes to visit or attend
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our family gathering. he's always been, um friendly. jones was killed by police in the seattle suburb last month. officers say he charged at them with a knife while they were trying to take him into custody. firefighters in berkeley and oakland rushed to put out a fire near the claremont hotel. this is video from the citizen app flames quickly spreading to a nearby structure. yesterday afternoon, it's stonewall road and claremont avenue. people who live in the area say they heard what sounded like two large explosions before seeing flames in their neighborhood. no word yet on what exactly caused the fire. california parole board has denied parole for former follower of charles manson. in denying parole, the board said 79 year old bruce davis lacked empathy for his victims. he's serving a life term for the 1969 killings of musician gary hinman and stuntman donald shea. officials say he was not involved in the killings of actress sharon tate and six others. that same year. he was previously recommended for
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parole. seven times. recommendations were rejected by three former california governors. the essay is now leading the investigation into a frightening incident that happened at atlanta's hartsfield jackson international airport. a spirit airlines jet briefly caught fire after touching down on the runway yesterday. no one was hurt passengers on board that flight from tampa describe what happened. they told us to remain calm. um just stay seated until they get everything under control. but it's on fire. like how are you going to remain calm? don't don't get that. investigators say the fire started after one of the brakes on the jets landing gear overheated. alright you could score yourself a free slurpee on what's expected to be in forecast to be the hottest day of the week. today is july 11th, also known as 7 11, and that means it's time for another free slurpee day at all 7 11 locations. this year, the convenience store chain is celebrating its 95th birthday.
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here marking the passage of a new bipartisan law meant to reduce gun violence by critics say this event is bad timing. also twitter and elon musk appeared to be headed for a drawn out legal battle. what experts say about elon musk's chances of getting away with dropping the multi billion dollar deal without a major penalty. from ktvu fox two news . this is mornings on to welcome back on this gorgeous morning. i'm gasia mikaelian andre senior . today is monday. july 11th 7 11. it is 8 30 on the dot time not for a check of the forecast with rosemary oroczo rosemary the hottest day of the year. i mean the week it's been pretty hot some other time, but that's
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a tough one to call andre. good morning to you and good morning to all of you. today going to be just as warm as yesterday. even hotter for many, especially inland. we're already a lot warmer out the gate giving you a look here upper sixties expected out to the coastline for today, our ears right around pacifica to upper nineties and antioch's starting out with partlye of your afternoon house talked about the cooling trend that gets underway tomorrow. coming up in just a little bit at 8 31. let's see how those highways are doing this morning with ali. good morning. well some of them are improving. rosemary start with the richmond san rafael bridge toll plaza has traffic there, as you can see from this live picture has been very heavy for the last 45 minutes or so. this commute was kind of slow to get started. but now you're going to spend some time if you're trying to get from richmond over to san rafael, give yourself some extra time. no specific crashes. just a lot of people heading that direction . 8 18, oakland in the north bend direction. it was slow, but
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now things there have cleared up highway four. cleared up quite a bit as well. and there's not a lot of heavy traffic on the golden gate bridge. in fact, there isn't any at all. but what is heavy here is the fog. so be aware you're going to have some very low visibility conditions. if you're going from marin county over to the city this morning, 8 32. let's go back to the desk. thank you. twitter stock is down this morning after ellen must spend his weekend at a tech conference on in idaho following his attempt to pull out of his $44 billion takeover of twitter. mask is blaming a lack of transparency on the debt of the company's data about how much of its user base is made up of fake accounts, twitter says it's less than 5% must believe it's about 20. lawyers are going to have a heyday with this thing and something will ultimately get negotiated. the bigger issue, though, is the value of twitter less because he's uncovered something which is the number of fake accounts is
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greater than 5. meaning that the advertising revenue will not be what they thought it would be. because, you know, i think accounts don't buy stuff. twitter has pledged to take must accord over his attempt to terminate the purchase. happening now president biden hosting an event to celebrate the recent passage of his gun violence prevention bill from the south lawn, we see the president speaking live here is a moment ago, he said that more work needs to be done. lawmakers call president biden's new gun law the most significant gun violence reduction legislation in the past 30 years. among other things, it toughens background checks for the youngest gun buyers. keeps firearms from domestic violence offenders and help states create red flag laws to make it easier for authorities to take weapons from people who are dangerous. many however, say that today's event is clouded by the latest mass shooting one week from today during the fourth of july parade north of chicago. at this event survivors and family victims of mass shootings from columbine, virginia tech, aurora , aurora, tucson, sandy hook,
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parkland. santa fe, you validly , buffalo and highland park assembled to hear the president speak. meantime president biden is preparing to president of the white house tomorrow. mexican president andres manuel lopez open the door refused biden's invitation to the summit of the americas in los angeles last month. lopez over door disagrees with the white house on trade, foreign policy, energy and climate change. his relationship with former president trump focused only on stopping migrants coming to the us from across the mexican border. later this week , president biden will make his first official visit to the middle east since he was vice president in jerusalem at us flags already being put in place and helicopters are flying low level security missions over the city. mr biden will meet with israeli leaders to discuss how to advance israel's growing alliance with arab countries to fight the growing threat of iran . he's also meeting with palestinian officials and could announce new economic support for them. he will end the trip with a stop in saudi arabia.
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secretary of state anthony blinken says he biden administration is closely watching sri lanka after mass protests forced the prime minister and president to announce they would resign. we condemn any violence against peaceful protesters and journalists. ah three lankan people have a right to protest peacefully raise their voices. ah the same time we called for a full investigation. arrest prosecution of anyone involved in any protest related violence. thousands of people have been protesting shortages of food, medicine and fuel around the country. protesters are now occupying the homes of the president and prime minister promising to stay there until the resignations become official. president says he will leave on wednesday. the prime minister says he will step aside once there is new leadership in place happening today, people are invited to sign a book of condolences at the japanese consulate in san francisco following the assassination of former japanese prime minister shinzo abe. the book is available. the consulate on battery street today and tomorrow between 10 am and four pm in japan. there will be a
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memorial for a bit tonight. he'll be buried tomorrow in a private funeral arranged by family and friends. two days after a baby was killed. japan held its scheduled parliamentary election, the current prime minister fumio kishida, will now have the support he needs to continue to rule without interruption until 2025 he said he was grateful for the win, but said it will be hard to keep his ruling party together without a bob. with the victory, ishida can move forward with plans to change the japanese constitution , which was drafted by the united states at the end of world war two. japan wants to build a stronger military, which is banned by the current constitution. well. russia has sent another barrage of missiles into eastern ukraine today, the target has been her key, the second largest city in the country. at least 15 people have died and dozens more could be trapped inside a five story apartment building. some ukrainians say the latest attacks are forcing them to find new places to go again. last night, my neighbor's house was burnt. then they hit the city center. it was hard they shelled train station market store
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central market. we had victims, and it happened in different places. russian forces have taken over the luhansk region in eastern ukraine and aiming at the desk province next. if successful, it will have completed the takeover of the largest manufacturing center of ukraine. but it has paid a high price for that. tens of thousands of russian soldiers have died since the start of the invasion in february. the man tasked with forming strategy for former president donald trump says he is ready to testify before congressional members investigating the riot at the us capitol. former white house strategist steve bannon has informed the houses january 6th committee, he is ready to talk. ben and had been one of the highest profile. allies of former president trump, who refused to testify. he's facing criminal charges after months of defying a congressional subpoena . the committee's next public hearing is set for tomorrow. we will have live coverage for you want ktvu plus and ktvu .com starting at 10 a.m. alright 8. 37 is your time not for a look
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at the forecast on this monday morning, check out this live shot outside. that's pretty cool with the fog up in the air. rosemary oroczo is here with more rosemary one. we do have the low clouds along the coastline and inside the bay. as we get into the afternoon, those clouds will pull back, i think will be partly sunny to partly cloudy along our coastline mostly clear for the rest of us and look here over san francisco . we continue to see the fog just kind of drift on by and then if you look behind the skyline, you can see those low clouds that are inside the bay storm tracker to here. we've got a very weak onshore breeze. inland cities not feeling it today is going to be hot inland. once again well into the nineties. we also have this upper level flow coming from this direction. and that is what could bring a little bit of smoke drift our way from the fire burning over areas of yosemite when it comes to the fog, everybody looking pretty good, except for the coast half moon bay still reporting zero visibility, so a little bit of
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party. fog thick, dense fog, patchy drizzle out there this morning. we do have again just a very weak onshore breeze. fairfield reporting 18 mph not really strong enough to help us out. and take a look at the 24 hour temperature. change already nevado seven degrees warmer than yesterday by eight over san jose up by 10 in livermore, feeling the heat for the inner east bay. at this hour 75 in brentwood, 73 1 that creek into the north bay. we have low sixties in the santa rosa, upper fifties san francisco and our south bay right now. 70 degrees. the san jose afternoon highs well above the seasonal average by 10 degrees or so for santa rosa 94 for you today, a beautiful 74 in san francisco 82 oakland, 96 livermore 88 in areas over san jose and for the afternoon in redwood city. 85 some of our hotter spots. upper nineties antifa conquered livermore. a cool down begins tomorrow. better details on what you can expect. plus the coast coastal
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advisory for tonight, coming up in just a little bit. rosemary thank you coming up. thousands of school age children are missing their regular vaccinations. stay with us on the line because we're about to talk. live with the doctor on the decline in child immunizations since the beginning of the covid pandemic. new cars are hard to find these days due to a lack of inventory and fixing your old car will take a while to the reason behind the delay is coming your
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jersey man is lucky to be alive and grateful to three police officers who snapped into action when they came across a car on fire on the side of a highway. take a look. the officer figured that they had about five minutes to get the men out of that burning car. before it exploded. there was thick smoke, and it had it was hard for them to see the driver. did our best to get them out of the driver's side. unfortunately, none of the doors would open as hard as we tried. when we were unsuccessful with that. i've been around to the passenger side as to see if i can pull them out that way, unfortunately, was able to grab two hands and get them good portion of his body through that window. well, only one of the three officers at any trading and dealing with this type of issue burning cars. the other to say they were just running on instinct and adrenaline. the
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driver says he has no idea why his car caught fire. but he is very grateful for the quick thinking of these three officers he credits with saving his life. time now is 8 44 leaked documents suggest san francisco based uber defied taxi regulations and overstep workers' rights in its early years in its quest to win business. ktvu lamonica peters has reaction from the ridesharing company and a taxi advocacy group. the guardian, along with the international consortium of investigative journalists released a report sunday detailing how uber use technology to fend off government investigations. hired lobbyists to help them evade taxi regulations and how they avoided paying taxes all over the world they launched charging passengers two rides without any um, legal oversight whatsoever in terms of insurance passengers , safety drivers screening anything so their launch was illegal. and they were later.
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sort of, um, legitimized by the california public utilities commission. the investigation found that uber secretly asked politicians for favors. used offshore accounts to hide money and discuss the benefits of its drivers being violently attack to gain public sympathy. in response to the report, uber released a statement saying, in part we have not and will not make excuses for past behavior that is clearly not in line with our present values. inste we asked the public to judge us by what we've done over the last five years and what we will do in the years to come, says they've made significant changes , including hiring a new ceo, improving safety standards and committing to having a diverse workforce. still angle says the taxi industry is forever changed. and now they're doing what they can to stay afloat in these ever changing times were recovering somewhat. uh uber
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prices are quite high a lot of the times and people are turning back to cabs. and we're trying to meet the demand. much of the report is based on emails, texts and invoices from uber back then now 90% of the people who are with a company when it launched are no longer there. lamonica peters, ktvu, fox two news. or in is a busy week for wall street to some of the biggest names in business report earnings retailers could get a boost, thanks to amazon, pam cook upstairs to dissect this all in dollars and cents. big earnings week. big shopping week . amazon prime begins tomorrow. it runs through wednesday, but target is jumping in ahead of amazon and starting its deal days today, wal mart and best buy also launching shopping deals this week to compete with prime days. analysts expect spending this year will not be as robust as years passed because consumer budgets are, of course tight because of inflation, including those high gas prices will see what they're
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buying, though. as the opening bell ring this morning, twitter stock dropped along with the rest of the tech sector, mostly on concerns about the economy. twitter stock, of course, down on news that elon musk is pulling out of his deal to buy twitter. analysts and shareholders this morning do not agree on whether that is good news or bad news for the company. going forward as we take a live look so far ahead of all those earnings reports. we also get the consumer price index and the producer price index this week, but the numbers are down ahead of that, with the dow jones off almost a half of a percent. the s and p 500 down one full percentage. 10.38 57, the nasdaq down 230 points almost exactly 2% with those tech stocks losing ground this morning. krispy kreme is celebrating its 85th anniversary this week by giving customers a chance to get monthly dozen donuts for a whole year. starting today, customers who shop at krispy kreme will be entered to win and 85th birthday card, which can be used to redeem a free dozens of original
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glazed donuts every month until june. 2023 krispy kreme will pick 8500 winners by the end of the week for those cards and then on friday, when krispy kreme officially celebrates its 85th anniversary, everyone can buy a dozen original glazed donuts for just 85 cents. with the purchase of any regular priced doesn't and we've all seen how inflation is affecting food prices at the grocery store now soaring costs are also having a big impact at the farmer's markets. vendors say inflation has forced their regular customers to cut back on all of their spending, even food. we still have a lot of our repeat customers, but their budget has gotten a lot smaller with their weekly meat purchases , but we do so still see a lot of familiar faces. budget has just shrunk considerably. the vendors at farmers markets. rising cost of gas is one of the biggest problems they do, say customers are reluctant to drive long distance to get to those food stamps and be prepared to
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pay a few more sense to send your mail. the price of stamps increased by two cents yesterday with the overall cost of first class mail increasing by 6.5. it will now cost you 60 cents for one of those for rubber stamps, the postal services, inflation and increased operating expenses are to blame for that. price hike. pam cook, that's look at your dollars and cents. thank you. in the north bay, santa rosa police broke up a number of large side shows over the weekend. police say there were more than 300 cars participating in moving side shows across the city saturday night. say they prevented at least six side shows from starting and broke up several others. here's a map showing those three locations of the sideshow crackdowns. in all police arrested four people impounded three vehicles in santa rosa. officers also say the side shows delayed the fire department ambulance from getting to a call. fixing your car may have you waiting for months for repairs. auto body shop owners say they are waiting much longer to get essential parts. they say the supply chain snags are the most common, especially when parts have to
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come from dealerships or when they have to call around the country and have to pay a premium on those parts now, right now. one of the most hard to get parts is catalytic converters, which has a three month waiting time. and as we've been reporting for some time now, that part is often stolen from vehicles because of the value of the medals inside 51 last check of this very busy monday commute, ali. it's still busy in some spots. gas yeah, we're going to start with the south bay because there's a new crash to tell you about. this is on westbound to 37 just east of one. oh, one. you can see it up there near milpitas. otherwise overall, things are looking okay in the silicon valley, but bay bridge has had a very rough morning. there is a new crash now. this is westbound 80 just before treasure island. let's show you a live picture. so it looks like a bridge toll plaza. traffic isn't going to be improving anytime soon. now that it's hard getting over the bridge, same with the san mateo bridge. this has been a mess. since an earlier crash involving
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a big rig that was 10 minutes before six o'clock and more than two hours later. it is still going so. latest notes from the chp is that the tow trucks are having a hard time getting to the crash to clear it. so bottom line avoid san mateo bridge if at all possible for your morning commute, 8 51 let's check in with rosemary oroczo. alright, thank you, ali. good morning to you and the heat is on once again, especially for our inland cities. today is going to be the hottest day before we take a turn and the temperatures began to fall a live look here over jacqueline to square and if you look towards the backdrop we've got the bay bridge there, and you can also see the marine layer so the low clouds along the coast inside the bay this morning, patchy drizzle out there, and visibility is low along highway one. meanwhile we have a coastal flood advisory that starts at eight o'clock this evening will go until midnight. it includes our basic communities, as well as a san francisco and then into the north bay for the low lying
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areas, parking lots and roadways . high tide this evening will be at 9 59. the king tides are back . and so this is something we can see on and off over the course of this week storm tracker to also show you that we've got to clear skies or we should least dry conditions over the state of california. we do have a very weak onshore breeze . it's not going to help out the inland cities today, but it will keep the coastline vary comfortable with that. partly cloudy conditions expected for the entire afternoon into tonight. notice the clouds are moving back across the bay. we've got patchy drizzle out there again and then into tomorrow morning, becoming a little bit more widespread with the cloud cover the patchy drizzle and again signs that we will see cooler weather getting into the days ahead. right now. 58 degrees in san francisco, 55 at half moon bay with overcast sky and damp conditions. 73 walnut creek already in the upper seventies in brentwood, afternoon highs for today, upper sixties pacifica. low to mid eighties for the peninsula, low
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eighties and hayward into the north bay 92 napa into east bay. hotter spots. 98 96 conquered. go upper eighties for san jose today, if you're going to the giants game a little bit later, partly sunny skies. the west breeze. yes to about 15 mph game time is 6 45. 66 degrees 66 partly sunny that onshore breeze is going to be a little cool. you may want to bring a jacket. definitely the layers. here's a look at your extended forecast, and there's a look at the drop off. we do have temperatures in the low sixties for the coast tomorrow seventies around the bay upper eighties inland, so 5 to 10 degrees of cooling and then we don't see much change wednesday. thursday friday just very pleasant weather in the forecast even into the weekend. upper seventies around the bay low nineties inland back to you , rosemary oroczo. you get to join us wake up early every day . we're glad you're here. glad
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to be here, too, and the best part is working next to gaza. just drink coffee, but she always has energy. i don't know how that's possible that from david pam in the early hours because, but it's fantastic working. i steal the bay area is my home now, so i am glad that but the station is allowing me to move up and work with you in the morning. i'm really looking forward to it have been here almost five years now. and i absolutely love it. you don't know is that you know, we've been friends in the newsroom ever since he started far from each other, so we talk in the background, but i never didn't think we're gonna be able to work together. but we're fortunate to do that now, and it's just like a great pairing, and i'm really looking forward to it. i agree. partnership saying yes, i cannot wait. i cannot wait. thank you. i got a little nervous. you know, don't be sleep last night a little bit and i was like, alright, reason to make it comfortable and look forward to being here. very happy. yes thank you so much. alright well coming up next elon musk is likely headed toward a drawn out legal battle coming up on the night. we're talking live with an expert about what's next for him after he decided he wants to pull out of the $44 billion deal to buy twitter next
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satellite went into orbit over the weekend. it's all to help the global internet connectivity mission falcon nine rocket lifted off from vandenberg space force, the space force base in california just after 6 30 last night. took 46 spacex starlink internet satellites with it. the mission was a quick one with the return landing of the first stage, less than nine minutes after launch satellites were sent into low earth orbit 63 minutes after liftoff. this was the 29th orbital mission for spacex. this year, the 17th dedicated to starlink from the skies to the season now to the perfect music festival for people who love the sea. a long time festival in the florida keys is all underwater performers include scuba divers
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, snorkelers and costume performers. festival organizer seats one of a kind experience for music lovers of all ages. we basically used bluebell underwater speakers, dances, calypso. we simply take the whole thing attached a radio receiver to it and pick up the signal from us one radio right down the street and play the concert underwater. wow it's really pretty cool, because what we do is we have a design. there's certain songs that play very well underwater music with a lot of high end in it travels really well. this year marks the 38th year of the underwater music festival, and organizers say it's getting more and more popular every year. county now has its own school of rock music school franchise celebrates the grand opening of it sent rafael location the eighth school of rock to open here in the bay area. the school welcomes children of all skill levels, ages and musical aspirations. we have one common denominator and
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its music. so it's the best thing because there can be little kids that will play us under the table, right and they're really inspiring, so nothing really matters. there are no barriers to it. everybody is just here to stretch their wings. school of rock founded in 1998. it's an emotional type of situation to be in because these trees have just really stood the test of time. and there's such a the key part of our american history of fire threatens hundreds of ancient giant sequoias in yosemite national park. how they've smoke from that fire could affect the bay area. plus another drowning at lake berryessa. the new warning for people headed there, as victims of one recent tragedy are remembered. and drivers across the united states are welcoming another drop in gas prices, but is it enough to ease economic concerns? prices stand across the country and here in the bay area?

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