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tell us about another for tomorrow, but we're going to kick things off with rob who's been tracking the numbers. really high in some spots. >> in this case, record melting numbers. we're in san jose in the shade and i can show you here that in the shade here after 6:00, we are still close to 87 degree. the numbers we saw today in term of high temperatures, quite surprising. let's take a look at the maps. the records broken today, santa cr cruz, 103. san francisco, that broke a record. san jose, 96. this is a classic case of high pressure taking warmer air inland. statewide, a new high in l.a. of
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113 degrees. looking at the temperatures now, plenty of 90s. 103 in gilroy. no signs of a sea breeze, which is impacting the air qualifity. let's show you what you can expect in terms of the winds. we're waiting for sea breeze to pick up. it's just not there this evening. the wind slightly onshore. as you can see, the headlines we have tomorrow morning, we're going to get off to a warm start. mostly 60s. high temperatures soaring into the 100s. george joins us and it's not just the heat, but the air quality that would lead to public health issues. >> on spare the air day, what we're hearing is this. give me some air because it's hard for people to breathe out here. combine the high temperatures and unhealthy air and that makes
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it difficult for people with asthma and respiratory problems. the management district is offering this slogan, help spare the air. take public transit. it is not free during spare a ha air. if you're going to the beach, don't barbecue with charcoals, do it with gas. some people are just trying survive. >> the air is heavier, so you take more of a breath. normally, i wouldn't stop here. i stopped on the way home from work because i want to get home from work and get in the house. >> tomorrow will be another spare is air day. that's four in a row and nine this year. nbc bay area news. >> thanks, george.
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the heat wave obviously putting pressure on the graph. today's peak usage hit around 3:00 this afternoon. earlier today, we were asked to quit using as much energy like your dishwasher and drier. a short reprieve for a death row inmate scheduled for execution wednesday morning. the governor delayed the lethal injection two full days. trace is live to explain more about the hearings. tracy? >> reporter: well, lisa, albert brown has been sitting on death row for nearly three decades and now he's found out he has an additional 45 hours to live. he was supposed to die by lethal
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injection at 12:01 wednesday, but the governor gave the courts a little more time. >> for these reasons, the application for temporary restar restrainer order is denied. >> reporter: they ran into a serious obstacle today. he was convicted for raping and killing a 15-year-old girl in riverside in 1980. 30 years later, the focus is how to keep him out of this death chamber. but attorneys for brown and another inmate argue it shouldn't happen at all because the process remains just as flawed as it was in 2006. marinne sue peer your court
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sunlg said -- or that the california department of corrections and rehabilitation was likely to botch the execution. >> mr. brown cannot prove that he will suffer pain if he's executed under the current regulations. >> the issues here today is whether california will be a law-abiding state or lawless state in execution of citizens. we will appeal immediately. the stakes are too high and there are too many uncertainties. >> reporter: brown is now waiting on decisions from the u.s. court of appeals they say that no matter what the courts decide, the prison is ready. >> given the leeway to move forward, we will. if there are stays in place that brings this to a halt, then we will stand down. >> reporter: the attorney general's office announced execution would continue and that after brown is executed,
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they'll stop the executions one more time and that has because they say there is a shortage of one of the drugs they use in the p lethal injection. the drug is known as sodium panthenol. it is also known as truth serum. >> thank you. if congresswoman jackie spear gets her way, natural gas lines across the country will be equipped with automatic shut-off valves. she will introduce a bill to let homeowners know if they live within -- feet of the lines. >> we have an ageing natural gas transmission pipeline running through our communities. are the lines too old? are they safe? people want to know if they're living anywhere near one of these transmission lines and i
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believe they have a right to know. >> after the san bruno explosion, you may remember pg&e workers had to shut off the gas flow manually and it took nearly two hours. stopping the flow earlier would have cut down on the damage. the force has just 90 offers. a 43% drop. the crime is not slowing down. jodi hernandez is live at one of the latest shootings this weekend where a photographer nearly lost his life. >> reporter: the photographer had to be air lifted out of here when the party he was hired to take pictures out spiralled out of control. you can see some of the damage that happened when shots rang out inside the building. he says he never saw the gunman, but when the gunfire stopped, he lay in a pool of blood with his
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camera still around his neck. >> i shoot a lot of models. a shoot a lot of club events. i shoot a lot of family portraits. >> reporter: he never thought his job would have cost him his life. he was shooting pictures friday night when someone armed with a gun started pointing and shooting. >> i heard the shots and dove to the ground like everybody else. at first, i was hysterical and thought i was going to die and just kept saying, i'm dying, somebody call my mom. i'm dying, somebody call my mom. the bullet went into the arm and stayed there and then i got shot in the hand and it went through my hand and came out the other side and hit my chest. >> reporter: police responded to three shootings, a stabbing and robbery last weekend as police staffing hit a five-year low.
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>> i thought they followed up pretty quickly and violence and gun shots and things of that nature, but they never even simply asked me, never came and asked me, was it meant for you, were you the target, do you feel safe. like the stuff you see on tv. i got none of that. >> reporter: spencer is still waiting for police follow up, meanwhile, when he recovers, he plans to focus on safer jobs like weddings and model shoots rk but he'll stay away from the club scene. >> they're playing with lives out there. >> reporter: now, it will likely take a year to recover enough to take pictures again. meanwhile, police union representatives tells nbc bay area the understaffed department is having a tougher and tougher time keeping up with all the calls. so far, no one has been arrested that took place out here.
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reporting live, jodi hernandez, nbc bay area news. >> thanks. tonight, the big five sitting down the bust out a state budget. again. the meeting started just before 5:00 in the governor's office. leaders agreed on a framework last week, but didn't come out with a budget. currently, california's spending plan the almost three months over due. that's the longest period of time the legislateture has gone without approving a budget. they expect to vote sometime next week. >> there's been some struggles, but i think i've overcome them now. >> students get a boost from one of the richest men in the world. plus, formula recalls fears for one east bay family. important information on a bad batch of similac.
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san jose, 90 degrees. some spots tomorrow easily reaching 100. and a team in turmoil. a deflated explainssingle tear explains the 49ers shakeup today.
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our state has a huge deficit. meg whitman's plan will make it billions worse by eliminating the capital gains tax for wealthy investors, including herself. economists say her plan will "rip a hole in the budget" and is "deeply flawed". analysts for the l.a. times say whitman's plan is a "pure handout" to the rich creating a "huge risk" to schools and public safety. jerry brown's against this unfair giveaway because it will take billions from our children when we can least afford it. get california working again-for all of us.
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an east bay family fears the formula recall may have hit home. nbc bay area's david trujillo has more. >> our expert says if your child ate some of the recalled formula, chances are, they'll be okay, but for one family, it's gotten a little scary for a while. >> reporter: this is how the family prefer to see baby jay. smiling, playful, healthy.
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but a few days ago, it got a little scary. >> the fever went up to about 105 at one point and he just wasn't himself. he wasn't playing. really clingy. >> reporter: jay was diagnosed with a stomach virus. days later, the family heard about the sim lack recall, looked at the lot number and realized they were giving jay the formula. during an inspection, authorities found the presence of a small common beetle. >> it was crazy seeing stuff on the news -- it was tripped me out. >> reporter: jay's doctors didn't blame his sickness on the formula and the pediatrician says a 105 degree temperature isn't one of the common
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symptoms. >> you don't find much of a problem with that. >> reporter: dr. dell says most children have no issues even if they ingest the formula. >> the amount is probably minuscule and if they did injesuit, probably would have no problems. jays parents are just relieved. you can return the formula to the store for a refund. right now, the voluntary recall only pertains to certain powdered formula products. no apple. no toy. the fight over what goes in a happy meal prompted some anger. the hearing would block restaurants from giving away
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toys from meals with high calories, sugar and salt and if toys are given out, they will have to accompany meals with fruits and vegetables. >> obviously, if they didn't think it was going to be effective, they wouldn't be fighting it so hard. they know the toy give aways with r a key component. >> saying its restaurants already allowing children to get apples and milk instead of soda. zblmpblt changes come tog ben and jerry's ice cream containers, too. you'll no longer see the words, all natural. they will remove the label from all ice cream that containal ka lized cocoa or other ingredients that are not natural. thisws follo a meeting between the cspi and the company.
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pomegranate juice may be rich in antioxidants, but it is not an effective treat for heart issues. a lawsuit against palm wonder llc. they say the company made false claims when they advertised treating -- to advertise those health benefits, the company needs to submit data backing it up to the food and drug administration. more help is on the way for u.s. homeowners fighting foreclosure. shaun donovan visited oakland today and announced more than $500,000 in grants. donovan says it will help families make better choices and deciding to rent orol buy. he offered advice to homeowners trying to modify their loans.
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>> i want to warn folks out there that if somebody is asking you for a payment up front before they provide help, it is almost definitely a scam artist and they should work with a hud approved counselor. >> donovan says the counsel ors are working if 500 people in the area. bart has a 15-minute delay -- it might be heat related. you can come inside with us. >> i can only take ten minutes of the heat before i come rushing back into the studio. this is incredible. 103 degrees in santa cruz. this is a classic case of strong, high pressure dropping down to sea level and when that happens, the air warms up, drys out and heats up from highway 17
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summit to santa cruz, so 103 degrees today. we're having a tough time cooling off tonight. san jose, t-shirt weather for any of your dining plans. still toesty. this view of oakland looks more like los angeles. high pressure does another thing in terms of air quality. it acts like a lid and you get that chemical soup. makes a ground level ozone. that is one of the reasons why it will be the east bay seeing the worst air quality. around san francisco, we're starting to see the sea breeze pick up, but it's 84 degrees. it's like in your house when you have the fan turned on, but the ac unit is not working. not murp cooling at this hour. around most of the bay area, we're still in the 90s. livermore, 97 degrees.
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by 11:00, stay tuned. i bet we see mid-70s. sea breeze trying to pick up, but not enough to prevent another spare is air day. the worst of a air quality down towards santa clara valley. it will be a warm start tomorrow morning. warm temperatures toward the trivalley. by wednesday and thursday, we'll see some cooling. tomorrow, notice the temperature around lunchtime. mid-90s inland. you'll see the highs getting above 100 degrees, but after tomorrow, cooling finally arr e arrives so you don't have to find a nice, cool nbc studio. back to you. >> thank a lot. maybe if we charge for people. >> we could have an audience. a big name band plays in one of the most unlikely venues.
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♪ >> recognize them? how thousands of fans were able to hear them perform without leaving their home or office. call it irony, fate or an accident. the owner of segway has died while riding the two-wheel scooter. [ female announcer ] jerry brown and oakland's schools. what were the facts? fact: march 7, 2000.
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brown asks voters for new mayoral power to appoint school board members. he gets it, and promises better schools. but the drop out rate increases...50%. the school budget goes into a 100 million dollar deficit. the schools become so bad...the state has to take them over. it was "largely a bust," he admitted. jerry brown. failure as governor. failure as mayor. failure we can't afford now.
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after a four-week rally on wall street, stocks slumped in the last hour of trading. the dow was down 48 points. the nasdaq was lower down to 11 points to close at 23.69. in less than 24 hours, california's leading candidates for governor will square off for their first debate. conan nolan gives us a preview. >> it is potentially the make or break moment of the campaign. for the seasoned political veterans and former ceo with all the state watching. >> we are not decided yet.
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>> undecided. >> jay brown, what is he going to do differently? >> what question would you have for her? >> same question. what would she do differently? >> i will be watching closely and i guess after this, will have to make my conclusion. the way things look now, i can't decide. >> jerry brown, the democratic candidate for governor, has a tremendous amount of debate experience going back 40 years, but that's not always an advantage says sherry jeffrey. >> jerry brown sometimes comes off a little brickly. a little self-important, if you will. a little bit more experience in the world. that's difficult enough in this political environment when everyone loves the outsider and it is still more difficult for a male candidate to do that when debating a female candidate. >> former ebay chief executive
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officer meg whitman had a few debates in the primary. that's it. other than what took place inside the board room. >> she is used to saying, do it, do it my way. i know what's right. she can't get caught up in that dynamic. it's a very interesting kabooki dance we're going to see. >> october 12th, whitman and brown will square off at dominican university. tom brokaw will moderate starting at 6:30. the feds are looking for ways to spy on conversations on social media and smart phones but went get help from the company that makes blackberry. the judge is considering -- through services like facebook, skype and blackberry, but research in motion, the maker of blackberry, says it cannot
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provide corporate e-mails because the text is incrypted. if officials want the messages deciphered, companies will have to hand over inkripgs keying to e-mai e-mails. one message is clear. blackberry's coming out with something new. it's the blackberry play book, thinner than the ipad. the tablet has wi fi, but no 3g connection. southwest airlines is exp d expanding. today, the airline agreed to buy airtran in a deal that will combine the two. this deal will move southwest to 37 new cities and adds routes to mexico and caribbean. this buyout is the latest in a wave of airline consolidation and will make southwest the
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fourth largest u.s. airline. for fliers, it could mean higher air fares. the british business man who owns segway died yesterday after apparently falling off the cliff while riding the vehicle. his body and a segway for found in northern england by a river not far from his home. he controlled the company back in december, but the battery bah powered vehicle was invented in 1999. several cities had banned segway citing safety concerns. jaycee durd is ready to tell her story. and the foundation gives a school district aul
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[ female announcer ] low prices you can count on. greed. the wealthiest corporations. billions in profits and bonuses. and the sacramento politicians just gave these same corporations a new billion dollar handout... paid for by cuts to education and public safety with no guarantee of creating one new job. but we can change this by voting yes on proposition 24. prop 24 repeals the billion dollar giveaway and protects our schools and communities. yes on prop 24. it's time to give us a break... not the big corporations.
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education is getting a boost thanks to bill gates. >> it will go towards stemming the city's dropout rate. >> reporter: as far as education goes, these are good days for tabahy. >> all of the teachers tell me i have an a or b. >> reporter: he is takes classes at city college to finish his high school diploma. >> i don't see him too much as teachers. more of like friends helping me to work. >> reporter: it has gone smoothly for the 20-year-old student. >> almost given up on school. i almost feel like i just knew everything and didn't need help.
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>> reporter: but in these days of shrinking academic budgets, everyone could use a little help. san francisco education leaders announced a grant from the bill and melinda gates foundation. it will go towards strengthening the transition for public students heading to san francisco city college. >> it's going to help because you're going to have the institutions working together as a team to get rid of this high dropout rate. >> reporter: the money comes at a time when schools are reaching out to foundations and donors to make up the cuts in state funding. last year, the city college even held a garage sale to save some 300 classes from the chopping block. >> we want to double the number of graduates and double the number that graduate. >> it's been some struggles, but i think i overcomed them now. that's why i'm here now. >> reporter: but austin only
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sees good things ahead, says he's learned that sometimes schools and students just need a helping hand. san francisco is just one of four u.s. cities receiving the grant. other cities include new york city, me sa, arizona and riverside. people are trying to change education all across the country. in new york city, nbc's education nation kicked off a two-day summit, where teachers and educators are focused on improved the system. >> get the best education and now i know by the time some got to college, remedial courses. they had to take remedial courses. >> also, today, the white house announced the goal of creating 10,000 science, technology, engineering and math teachers over the next two years. let's take politics. today, governor schwarzenegger blasted oil companies for
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supporting prop 23. the plan to suspend california's restrictions on greenhouse gases which has nothing to do with that teacher right there. the governor visited the santa clara commonwealth and said companies are manipulating the public to protect jobs. the governor claims that in reality, they're pumping millions into the proposition because of quote, self-serving greed. >> does anyone really believe this company is out of the goodness out of their black oil hearts spending millions of dollars to protect jobs? this is like ever brown riding a kosher cook book. >> it would freeze california's global warming act until the rate drops to 5.5%.
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well, the governor talking about the black hearts, a lot of talk about prop 23, but he's not talking about who he supports for governor. interesting because he is a republican, but has not said a word about meg whitman or jerry brown. >> jessica, in all the years i've been watching this, i have never seen an incumbent governor fail to endorse the would be successor. >> does he not like either one? >> there are a couple of theorys. one is that schwarzenegger, the liability and the whitman camp has said, stay away. you're radio active. we don't want anything to do with you. the other theory and schwarzenegger gave an interview this effect, he doesn't like either one and frankly has little to gain by putting his -- in either candidate. so, one way or the other, this is a first. we know we always have firsts. here's another in california where the outgoing governor where at least five weeks out has failed to say who he would
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like to see succeed him. >> meg whitman has some big guns campaigning for her, but now, we're hearing that jerry brown is going to have bill clinton come h and campaign for him, which is surprising. the whitman campaign had that commercial out. >> the president, president clinton, said this is child stuff. if you think about it, here we have former president bill clinton and president obama both coming out. how important is this? very important. these are very, very popular democrats and it's all about mobilizing the base. the polls show that democrats are just less enthusiastic about voting this time, so if these characters come out, watch out, these are heroes to the base and could give the democrats a much needed boost.
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>> so tomorrow, we talked a about the first debate between whitman and brown. who was the most to lose? she can't just say, this is the way i'm going to do it because i'm the boss. a hard line to walk for both. >> the gender thing makes it difficult. they both have things to worry about but what you want to do is look for efforts on behalf of the panelists to get the candidates off message. y?wh because then you see who's got the most to lose by what they say. watch for follow-up questions. getting off of the stump speech, all that stuff. finally, you want to think about gaps. the statement that each has made recently. whitman last week comparing fresno to detroit and brown going back to the clinton mess. if they commit a gaffe with that kipd of audience, it will resognate in the news for days and days. >> thank you very much.
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the combat phase of operation dragon strike is getting underway in afghanistan. coalition troops are working with afghan forces around kandahar. meantime, nato helicopters in eastern afghanistan are launching air strikes into pakistan, killing more than 50 militants and prompting protest. there is new hope the cal grads held captive in iran might be freed. delegation from ohman will visit to pursue the release. a sultan played a key part in the release of sarah shourd. >> the woman kidnapped and held captive in antioch for 18 years
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is writing her story. the publishers announced a book written by jaycee dugard will come out. last week, you may remember a judge temporary -- the judge expressed concerned about his mental state. they released their first album long before the pc was invented, but here's proof they can still teach young bands a thing or two. coming up, how they entertained the internet world. and in the bay area this hour, still continues to be a case of slow cooling or no cooling. 93 degrees in san jose. waiting for the sea breeze to come back. when can we expegtut coming up. ? find out coming up. [ male announcer ] as the ceo of hp,
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a legendary bay area band came to play. the doobie brothers. among those in the audience, business and tech reporter, scott budman. >> it may have seemed like an odd match. the doobie brothers famous for having something at their concerts, but not live streaming technology. ♪ the doobie brothers hit the bay area for a homecoming show, but it wasn't at a winery or in an arena. they played this show at cisco systems headquarters. geek, meet rockers. rockers whose last album came out before the ipod was invented.
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>> they trying to tell us something? >> but while the crowd at headquarters was just a few hundred, the show was streamed all over the place thanks to the u stream video conference technology. something new for an old school band. >> it's good music and people are enjoying what you're hearing, the medium has a lot to do cto do with that. >> it's fun to try different formats. just you know -- i did the covers, you know, the albums to look good. read album notes and stuff. i still love that. ♪ >> a veteran band with a new album amid new technology. >> today's concert may be the start of something you'll be able to do on a personal level with telepresent.
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we'll keep you posted. >> thanks a lot. what a day for the 49ers. >> what a month. we had larry in here talking politics. in terms of approval ratings for coach, he's going through tough times. his desperate move today and what he said he didn't do last night. at warriors headquarters today, hello to the new man in charge on the right and a passing of a bay area sports legend. here's a look at san jose. it is still in the 90s in the bay area. we have not only r quality, but triple digits. your praft is coming up. froms [ bell rings ] what are you doing, friending somebody?
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flood waters continue to rise in the midwest where heavy rain is causing widespread flooding, threatening some communities. high water causing power outages, flooding roads from minnesota to the da kkotadakota. a small community many wisconsin keeping a nervous watch on a levy that could give way. heat is the problem in the bay area. there are some delays in the pleasanton areas. it's heat related. >> when temperatures get close to 100 degrees, it causes expansion and tracks can warp for a beef period of time.
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you have to take precautions. here's the reason why we're having heat related issues. pretty amazing. 103 in santa cruz. 93 today. 104 in santa rosa. livermore and pleasanton, 96 in san jose. slow cooling in oakland and notice the skies. it looks like southern california around the bay area. you got the smog set up in oakland. all the air pollution kind of settles into the area. 89 degrees. san jose now, 93 degrees. you'd hope to see low clouds and fog, but nothing like that now. the wind is picking up out of the west. we're going to have to wait for the sea breeze to get stronger
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before we see temperatures drop. right now, still warm at 84 degrees. inland, 90s, 87 in hayward. not enough of a sea breeze tomorrow to prevent another spare is air day. this is toward the tri valley. probably don't want to do any outside exercising tomorrow. inland temperatures easily in the 90s. out toward livermore, that warmer air banks up in the hills. may get close to 105 tomorrow. to south san jose, upper 90s for tuesday. towards wednesday and thursday, the sea breeze will pick up. 80s to low 90s inland. that will feel cooler than today. by thursday and friday, is sea breeze takes hold and we should
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see temperature ts drop off the second half of the week. one more hot day. tonight, lows, 50s and 60s, but i'll bet a lot of air-conditi air-conditioning units will be running. tomorrow's highs climbing to near 100 degrees or just above that near morgan hill and gill roy. tomorrow, 97 degrees. a little cooler for san francisco and the coast. we'll see the sea breeze at this hour tomorrow starting to turn on and cool things off. highs in the 90s to near 100s, to tomorrow, another hot one inland. we cool off as the diamondbacks come to town. >> thanks. let's talk to rajai mathai. >> this was an activity for us anchors. let's take off our rose colored
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glasses when it comes to the 49ers. they've had issues since training camp. the problem might be are mike singletary himself. still not catching off as an effective head coach. after a sleepless night, making a desperate shakeup. >> i came back here and basically spent the night here looking at film. just kind of looked at the overall view of where we are. and looking at where we need to go. and felt that i needed to make the change. >> and here is the change. he fired his friend and offensive coordinator, jimmy ray. the niners offense, bland and ineffective under jimmy ray, but keep this in mind. this is the guy singletary hand picked last year. he said after yesterday's
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embarrassing loss, he would not fire jimmy ray. today, changed his mind. he figured the ownership might have forced his hand. who's the new offensive coordinator? this man. 43-year-old mike johnson. the players love him. expect him to open things up. anything here to spark the winless 49ers. >> i wouldn't point the finger at the offense, the defense, our special teams. i think we all have to work together to get better. and become a better football team. >> okay. not sure how much a new offensive coordinator will help this team. the 49ers are 0-3. there's a decent chance they could be 0-6. this coming sunday in atlanta, a very good team. after that, october 10th, sunday night football on nbc against the eagles. michael vick coming to town, then, against the raiders.
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speaking of the raiders, a legend has died. not just a bay area legend. he was a hall of fame quarterback and died this morning after a brief illness. he was an eyiron man. blanda played until he was 49 years old and played for the bears and oilers. davis presented blanda into the hall of fame in 1981. mr. clutch, blanda was 80 years old. don nelson is out of here. keith smart is in. >> this is keith smart day. >> reporter: in other words, enough about the past. the don nelson era is over in oakland and while the e placement is his protege, the warriors are starting fresh.
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>> now, you get a chance to understand who i am as a coach, my vision of what i want to do with our team. >> reporter: that vision is reflected in the new roster. >> we want to play fast. we want to have another element. >> the look we have now, direction we're going, decisions being made. >> reporter: the spot may have haeped just days before training camp, but riley sinsists it has been in the works for months. >> you're going to have to go back and say did somebody else do that and is riley the figure head for it. i'm not trying to get away from that point, but it's a change i felt needed to be made. >> reporter: now, that change must translate to the court. >> there hasn't been much
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discussion here in the past. excited about a fresh new beginning and i think we can make something pretty special. >> i don't know if we're going to be in a position to do that and put a banner on that wall, but i'm here today to lay the first brick in that direction. >> thank you. the warriors still waiting to approve that. and the giants have a half game lead over the padres. it's going to be a wild six days in front of us. >> okay. she was the only actress in the movien the ship when the sh sank. coming up, we take a look at the life and work. exactly how much did the other airlines make off with?
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baccalaureate. correct. [ audience groans ] since this competition has been continuing for 48 hours and we have yet to eliminate anyone, it is the decision of this board to declare all 20 contestants winners. you have all competed admirably. admirably. a-d-m-i-r-a-b-l-y. admirably. [ male announcer ] at&t is making high speed internet affordable for only $14.95 a month with select services. at&t. rethink possible. coming up tonight at 11:00, a killing spree that stunned the bay area. tonight, we uncover more of this bizarre murder mystery. >> got things to deliver explosives. >> the missing diamonds, the
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bodies. and what was in that mysterious note. tonight at 11:00 after "chase." the oldest person nominated for a best performance oscar has died. gloria stuart played an older kate winslet in "titanic." she had what amounted to two careers acting in dozens of movies in the '30s, then coming out of retirement in the '80s. she had been diagnosed with lung cancer several years ago and celebrated her 100th birthday last july 4th. that's going to do it for us. we will be back with you tonight at 11:00. we won't back rob go outside. promise me low prices.
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