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transamerica pyramid on this saturday morning. thank you so much for starting your weekend with us. i'm kira klapper. meteorologist vianey arana joins us with a quick look at our microclimate forecast. hey, vianey. cloudy behind you, too. >> it is. we have the clouds to start, but we'll get some clearing. that's good, right, into the afternoon, especially if you had plans being outdoors. let's look right now at how our temperatures are doing. starting out in the 50s. san jose looking beautiful, as well. couple areas in the low 60s. for example, in through concord and oakland. we are monitoring some monsoonal moisture. i want to guide you through what my full forecast is going to be talking about. that is a warmer weekend ahead, so we're going to warm up today and tomorrow with some 80s and 90s in inland areas. and we've got some hot valleys next week. we're also looking out for the monsoonal moisture that is going to increase the cloud cover and bring us the possibility for showers to our east. i'll guide you through all of that coming up in a few minutes.
kira? >> vianey, see you soon. a young woman in oakland says she can finally breathe easier after police arrested two people for the shooting death of her fiance last month. you may recall, he was an uber driver gunned down in broad day bright in a disturbing crime caught on camera. she sat down with "today in the bay" to talk about the nightmare she has been living and the arrests of those suspects. >> very happy to feel comfortable because, you know, i couldn't sleep in this hard time. >> reporter: judy, who wants to keep her identity private, has been waiting for the day she can thank oakland police detectives for making the arrest in the brutal shooting of her fiance, kon fung, also known as patrick. police arrested 19-year-old
major willis and a juvenile for the shooting. the crime, hard to watch, was ought by a security camera in front of judy and patrick's home last month. >> two young people come to the car and point the gun at patrick. >> reporter: patrick, a rideshare and food delivery driver, refusing to get out of his car, was shot and killed in the area known as little saigon. tips from the community led police to the alleged shooters. this story touched the entire bay area. money pouring into the community's gofundme page. over $100,000 was raised to help judy and her family. people are tired of violence against the community, and they're hard working. >> he was taking care of family and going to marry soon. this just makes a lot of people, not only asian people, you know, it makes everyone, you know, feeling it's unfair.
they'd like to step up and help the family. >> reporter: about a dozen take action members marching, tired of the gun violence. they're happy the family may get justice, now that two people are behind bars. >> for whatever reason they're angry and fighting, whatever reason they think violence is the answer, we want to get them the help they need. until they get the help, they need to be off the streets. >> it's a heavy sentence, and, you know, now can comfort patrick. >> reporter: the case isn't closed. police are still looking for a getaway driver and a passenger. "today in the bay." now to the south bay, where fire crews are monitoring hot spots and mopping up after a car plowed into an apartment building, sparking a fire. it happened around 4:00 yesterday afternoon on calmer court, not far from the oak
ridge mall in south san jose. firefighters say the car hit a gas meter, causing the four-unit building to go up in flames. pg&e crews were able to secure the gas line. we're told the firefighter was hurt but is expected to be okay. now to investigators reviewing what's inside the 27 boxes seized by the fbi during the raid at former president trump's mar-a-lago home. and we are getting our first look at the search warrant used to seize those highly classified documents. four were labeled "top secret" and meant to be viewed only in the highly secured facilities. "today in the bay" has more. >> reporter: the search and seizure warrant unsealed from this week's raid at former president trump's mar-a-lago estate. it shows fbi agents removed 11 sets of classified documents. his lawyers signed the receipt that lists each box removed. among the 27 boxes seized, a set of documents marked "top secret,
sensitive compartmented information." that can only be viewed in a secure facility where no cell phones are permitted to prevent ease eavesdropping. other documents were marked as top secret, secret, and confidential. fbi agents were pursuing national defense information. there was probable cause related to three federal laws, including violations of the espionage act. >> it's a statute that has been used in prior criminal prosecutions of individuals who are in unlawful possession of classified information. and that's a pretty shocking thing, to see undergirding a search warrant focused on a former president of the united states. >> reporter: mr. trump denying "the washington post" reporting that information pertaining to nuclear weapons are among the documents he improperly took from the white house. in a social media post, the former president stating nuclear weapons issue is a hoax.
while most items seized are described with a box number, a few reveal more. like an executive grant of clemency for roger stone, info regarding the president of france, two binders of photos, and one handwritten note. in a statement, mr. trump responds, it was all declassified. adding, they could have had it any time they wanted without playing politics. >> we don't need another conspiracy theory. someone else going and saying the government is going off, that kind of thing. so they marched through this thing step by step by step, and then step by step by step again, just to make sure everything was as well done as possible. >> reporter: ian cole, "today in the bay." two more unprovoked attacks on asian women on the streets of san francisco. we want to warn you, some viewers might find it difficult to watch these videos. both attacks happened on wednesday in the richmond neighborhood. you can see in surveillance video, a man wearing a black hoodie is seen punching a woman believed to be asian as she
crosses the street. there you see it. minutes later, as he makes his way east on gerry street, he turns and attacks another asian woman, turning her down and repeatedly punching her in the face. the sfpd says, so far, they haven't made an arrest. they only have a vague description. the family of alexis gabe continues to search for her body and an arrest in her case. the gabe family is set to meet with the contra costa district attorney next week after protesting outside her office in martinez yesterday morning. it is believed that gabe, a 23-year-old from oakley, was killed by her ex-boyfriend, marshall jones. her body hasn't been found. jones was later shot by police when they tried to arrest him. the family now wants his mother charged as an accessory. they're claiming that police showed them evidence proving jones had help to cover up his crime. >> marshall is going to her
house, unloading large garbage bags. we saw the videos. we could hear what she was saying on the videos. >> we did try to get in touch with jones' mother yesterday but did not hear back. the d.a.'s office says she never admitted to a crime, and the current evidence does not support charges against her. vice president kamala harris wrapped up her bay area visit in oakland yesterday. the v.p. mayor launch what is being called the generation fund. it's the city's $50 million commitment to increase access to college. 10,000 kids will get $500 college saving accounts at birth. another 20,000 current public school students will benefit if they're enrolled in college or a trade school. they will get $1,000 scholarships each year through 2035. >> equity as a concept
recognizes that everyone has the same capacity, but in order for them to have equal opportunity to reach that capacity, what we must pay attention to is this issue of equity. >> the program is an expansion of the work that is already being done by the non-profit group oakland promise. the mayor and community partners say they've already raised all the funds necessary. now taking a live look outside in san jose, where volunteers will be packaging meals to be handed out to people facing hunger across the globe. the memo churches are partnering with the non-profit organization rise against hunger. the goal is to package more than 285,000 meals. the work is not just limited to here in san jose. in addition to the south bay memo churches, there is a list of churches on your screen that are also packing meals today in saratoga, menlo park, mountain view and san mateo. they are still looking for
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welcome back. 7:13 on your saturday morning. a gorgeous look at the sun shining brightly down on san jose. vianey arana says much more of this to come for the day today. she'll be along in a few minutes with your microclimate forecast. first -- >> the yays are 220. the nays are 207. the resolution -- the motion is adopted. >> and it is now headed for president biden's desk. yesterday, the house voted along party lines to pass the bill lawmakers call the inflation reduction act. the bill is designed to lower the budget deficit, as well as the cost of prescription drugs. it also puts more than $300 billion toward climate change initiatives. that's the largest climate investment in u.s. history. republicans have blasted the legislation as reckless spending. happening today, police in the north bay are working to get more guns off their streets.
petaluma police will hold a gun buyback from 9:00 this morning until 1:00 this afternoon. it'll be held at the petaluma fairgrounds. you can exchange handguns, shotguns and rifles for $100. assault weapons can be turned in for $200. the guns must be in functional condition, and there is a limit of three per person. later today, protesters are gathering to make their opinion known in the fight to keep a san francisco hospital open. it's happening at laguna honda hospital in san francisco. in april, the u.s. department of health and human services desert fied the hospital after two patients overdosed there last year. the order requires the hospital to discharge or transfer patients by mid-september. vulnerable patiens were relocated since the order. nine of them have since died. last week, mayor london breed and san francisco city attorney
said the deadline is arbitrary. the protest begins at 11:00 a.m. in front of the old entrance to the hospital. moving you forward. there are new guidelines for people who have been exposed to covid but are asymptomatic. the food and drug administration is now recommending you get three negative at-home tests over the course of five days. the fda explained on twitter, if repeat testifying is not performed, a virus may be missed, leading to an unknown spread of the virus. it is mostly spread by people without any symptoms. now to long lines no more at san francisco general hospital, as the hospital moved to give out 700 doses of the monkeypox vaccine yesterday. the clinic will be back open again today. this comes after the city received 10,000 doses earlier this week. that plus more clinics and smaller doses given per shot made it much easier for the crowds to finally get their
shots. anyone who qualifies can walk i boulevard will host a clinic from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. if you are looking to get out and have some fun today, we have you covered. we have the saturday calendar. >> good morning, kira. happy saturday starting in san francisco. today, the pistahan parade kicks off down market street. the largest filipino fair on the west coast all weekend long here at the gardens. the free, two-day outdoor event features hands-on and authentic cultural experiences in art, food, drink, dance, health, innovation, and sports. saturday is an ice cream eating contest. brain freeze. sunday is a balute easting contest. if you don't know what it is, research it. something you've heard of, chocolate.
the chalk art festival. in your belly chocolate near cedar today only. all weekend long, you have jazz. downtown san jose, you have the summer fest, one of america's foremost music event. 100 acts. it's too much for one day, so it continues through sunday. like this weekend continues through sunday. enjoy. >> thanks, mike. turning this morning, it may not be a million dollar question, but some money at stake, nonetheless. here is the question, when you're eating out with friends, how do you split the bill if only a few of you go big? say only some people at the table are drinking wine or getting the most expenive meal. should you still split the tab evenly, or is it time for separate checks? a viewer poll on the "today" show website asked that
question, and more than 8 in 10 leaned toward everyone paying for what they order. >> this is a talker. >> yes. >> i have a couple thoughts on this. yes, it is true, the thing that runs up the bill the most is alcohol. >> definitely. >> sometimes i am not drinking alcohol, so i think it is fair when you're not drinking alcohol to say, today, i'm not drinking. how big is the party? once you get to the large groups, things get messy. >> things get messy. and they get messy when you have $18 mimosas, which we did one morning. >> right. >> it got expensive. >> right, it gets expensive. >> we split it evenly. >> we set the precedent. at the beginning, who is drinking and who is not? >> yeah. >> that helps you out. also, too, if you are just going with a girlfriend, like, you pay for lunch one time, and i got you next time. >> yeah. >> that also works, too. again, i think the alcohol makes
it messy and how big the party is, too. great day for mimosas. figure out who is paying what if you're out and about having an afternoon lunch or dinner. the day is going to be gorgeous. current temperatures right now really temperature, in the 50s to start out. we are going to be warmer today. let's take a look right now at the current temperature, even though we're in the 50s. we, of course, have the cloud cover. if you're looking outside your window right now. by 10:00/11:00, we start to see the sunshine. also, temperatures start to climb into the 70s. if you're going to be in the city today, it'll be a little breezy, as well. 58 degrees now in san jose. we quickly climb to about 11:00/12:00 into the 80s for the afternoon. things are going to dry out, but we've got a couple of changes ahead. we've been monitoring this monsoonal moisture, and i'll get to that in a second. dublin, 56 degrees. by 12:00, 1:00, we'll climb into the 80s. let's get to your daytime highs. if you're going to be out and about, i want you to be prepared.
notice the temperature difference between san francisco, 73, and then we bump up by as much as 20 degrees in areas like concord. fairfield nearing the triple digits. livermore, 94 degrees. offshore breeze. this, of course, always brings the element of fire concerns. we've already seen a number of brush fires break out. it's still pretty dry, but it'll feel muggy. we do have some monsoonal moisture. monday, we're also going to see those temperatures continue to climb. look at that, now we start heading into the triple digits. we get the winds that will bring the dry, breezy hills. this is setting us up for a warming ahead, getting warmer by tuesday. look at this, upper 90s. increasing high clouds. let's get to the monsoonal moisture i've been talking about. so as we head to monday and tuesday, we get this moisture boost early into next week. what is this going to mean for us? it is going to be more of a muggy feel, but we're always looking out for the potential of some lightning, even though we're not getting rain out of
this, with that boost to mid-level moisture. there is a possibility that we'll get some shower chances to the north and the east.sierra. we'll monitor that as we inch closer to the tuesday and thursday forecast. here's a closer look at what to expect. your outlook is looking warm, even in san francisco. we're going to stick to the 70s. we get that cloud cover heading into wednesday and thursday. look at that, kira, 90s. >> wow. >> lots of 90s. >> vianey, thanks so much. it is 7:22. we have much more ahead on "today in the bay" coming up. >> i made a connection. i see the firefighters, and i understand their challenge. >> in our bay area proud, we hear from a local firefighter lending a hand to first responders on the front lines in ukraine.
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welcome back. the war in ukraine has fallen off some people's radar, unless you have a connection, like relatives in ukraine or, as in the case of one retired san francisco firefighter, deep compassion for emergency personnel doing their best in awful conditions. "today in the bay" has the story in today's bay area proud. >> the mission is firefighters helping firefighters.
>> reporter: sometimes, when covering the news, you can find really good stories when you look in the direction that the cameras are not pointed. today in morgan hill, for example, that's where we found tom murray. >> to be a firefighter -- >> reporter: the reason for this event was the announcement of a huge donation of fire fighting equipment donated by bay area fire departments, headed for firefighters in ukraine. these are some much-needed supplies. but none of this would be happening -- >> so we want to try and fit this in. >> reporter: -- without tom's work behind the scenes. >> so we can finish packing it. i feel i contributed. my son, a captain at truck 11, this is his great grandfather. >> reporter: tom is the third of four generations of san francisco firefighters, serving the city for 31 years. tom lived the high and the lows that come with such a dangerous job. >> during my career, approximately ten firefighters died during my 31 years in san
francisco. and i knew most of them. the memories are very present. >> reporter: it's a memory tom says that was stirred, watching the stories coming out of ukraine. knowing just a little of what the firefighters there must be going through. >> i made a connection. i see the firefighters, and i understand their challenge. the firefighters are going out without body armor. they're going into the buildings, then russia is bombing them again. >> reporter: tom got on the phone with his fire fighting connections, some retired, some not, and asked what they could do to help. the result, dozens of crates filled with thousands of pounds of literally life-savingquick t know what it is like to have to work in a war zone. he now knows, though, what it
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us with a peek at your microclimate forecast. let's see what it looks like behind you. beautiful sunshine rising over san jose. >> yeah, downtown san jose. a little mix of sun and clouds. it's a lot cloudier in san francisco and around the coast. eventually, we're going to get sunshine really throughout, i mean, the entire bay area. the temperatures are going to feel a lot warmer, especially for inland areas. let's take a look right now. your temperatures out the door, san jose, 58 degrees. morgan hill, 54. around san francisco, 57 degrees. here's a closer look at your headlines. i'm going to take you through each of these during my full forecast and kind of explain what we've got going on. let's talk about the warmer weekend. valleys, 80s and 90s. hot valleys next week, concerns for elevated fire danger. monsoon moisture, where we could see some showers. i'll tell you where coming up in my full forecast. kira. >> vianey, see you in about 15. we start with the follow-up now to a story we've been following for the last month. police have arrested two people
for the brazen, broad daylight murder of an uber driver. his fiance sat down with "today in the bay" to talk about the nightmare she has been living and the arrest of those suspects. >> translator: very happy to feel comfortable because, you know, i couldn't sleep in this hard time. >> reporter: judy, who wants to keep her identity private, has been waiting for the day she can thank oakland police detectives for making an arrest in the brutal shooting of her fiance, kon fung, also known as patrick. word is spreading that oakland police arrested 19-year-old major willis and a juvenile in the fatal shooting. the crime, which is very hard to watch, was caught on a security camera in front of patrick and judy's home last month. >> translator: two young people come to the car and use the gun, you know, point at patrick.
>> reporter: patrick, a rideshare and food delivery driver, refusing to get out of his car and was shot and killed in the area known as little saigon. tips from the community led police to the alleged shooters. this story touched the entire bay area. money pouring in through the community's gofundme page. over $100,000 was raised to help judy and her family. carol liao says people are tired of violence against the asian community, and they sympathized with this family. >> hard working. he take care of family. he was going to marry soon, right? so this is just -- it makes a lot of people, not only asian people, you know, everyone, they just feel unfair. they just like to stand up and help the family. >> reporter: about a dozen face action members marching for peace in east oakland tired of the gun violence. they're happy fung's family may
get justice now that two people are behind bars. >> whatever reason they're angry and fighting, whatever reason they think violence is the answer, we want to get them the help they need. until they get that help, they need to be off the streets. >> translator: it's two killers, heavy sentence. you know, now can comfort patrick in heaven. >> reporter: this case isn't closed. police are still looking for a getaway driver and a passenger. sheryl hurd, "today in the bay." we turn to fire crews mopping up after a car plowed into an apartment building, sparking a big fire. it happened around 4:00 yesterday afternoon on calmer court. not far from the westfield oak ridge mall in south san jose. firefighters say a car hit a gas meter, causing the four-unit building to go up in flames. pg&e crews were able to secure the gas line. a firefighter was hurt but is expected to be okay.
we have new information on the fbi search of former president donald trump's florida residence. we now know what agents were searching for. a florida judge unsealed the search warrant yesterday, indicating at least some of the documents seized were part of an inquiry into a violation of the espionage act. according to a receipt signed by the agents, they removed 11 sets of documents, some labeled "top secret. sensitive, and classified." our political analyst says prosecutors have options. >> end of the day, it seems to me the government is going to have three choices. one, to go ahead and charge the president and say, you know, these are the crimes we think you're guilty of doing. there are at least three different laws at stake there, including the espionage act. two, negotiate some sort of compromise to prevent a court trial. something on lesser charges where the president does admit guilt and they'll take it from
there. >> charge, negotiate, or larry says the third and most unlikely option is that the justice department declines to press charges. back here locally, business owners in san francisco's chinatown say they are frustrated, fed up, and asking for action. sick and tired of their stores getting broken into. "today in the bay" has more on how it's hurt businesses for years, and what they want to see from police. >> 3:00 a.m. >> reporter: it won't be a quiet night at asia star fantasy in chinatown. >> one person. >> right there. >> reporter: surveillance video shows an organized burglary begins to unveil itself. >> it's my turn? that's how i feel about it. >> reporter: nancy's business is it. >> we are a target. it's not comfortable. >> reporter: she arrived to find a mess and a big loss. >> the cash register itself, the cash inside, and the things all
about$4,000. >> reporter: couple weeks before, it was sherman hung's turn. the chef said he has been targeted four times in more than a year. the final time, someone broke his elevator that carries dishes upstairs, and to fix that? >> maybe $500 per hour. >> reporter: on thin margins and compounded by the pandemic. in june, there were five burglaries and three robberies in chinatown. last month, six burglaries and four robberies. those are just the ones reported. many business owners who could take time out of their day showed up here. the frustration apparent for nancy. >> what are they doing here? what are their purpose? >> reporter: as resources for the city's vandalism relief program and ways to defer break-ins were shared. >> they're cutting through these little locks. get the heavy locks. >> we need to light up chinatown. we have 45 alleyways, and they're all dark spots.
>> reporter: police started patrolling the area 24 hours a day and have foot patrol. >> it is frustrating, and the best thing we can do is give it our best effort. on a daily basis. >> reporter: but the question remains if the moves will quell frustrations and stop these business owners from being hit again. >> i don't want people to be scared coming to chinatown because of the crimes, but it is happening almost every day. >> reporter: as far as getting alarm systems, many shop owners say they simply can't afford installation or pay the monthly fee. there is an alarm company working with the merchants to make sure cost isn't a major barrier. we've learned one business got their system installed. vice president harris wrapped up her bay area visit yesterday in oakland. the v.p. helped the mayor launched what is being called the generation fund. it is the city's $50 million commitment to increase access to college. 10,000 kids will get $500 college savings accounts at
birth. another 20,000 current public school students will benefit if they're enrolled in college or a trade school. they will get 1,000 dollar scholarships through 2035. >> equity says recognize that everyone has the same capacity, but in order for them to have equal opportunity to reach that capacity, what we must pay attention to is this issue of equity. >> the program is an expansion of the work already being done by the non-profit oakland promise. community members say they've already raised the necessary funding. now a live look for you outside in san jose, where volunteers will be packaging meals to be handed out to people facing hunger across the globe. the memo churches are partnering with the non-profit organization rise against hunger. their goal is to package more than 285,000 meals, but the work
isn't just limited to heren san jose. memo church locations up and down the peninsula also will be packaging meals today. they are still looking for volunteers to help. they are in saratoga, san mateo, other locations. menlo park and mountain view. all the events start at 9:00 this morning. it's 7:40. still to come on "today in the bay," nbc bay area responds. >> clothes and shoes are some of the biggest expenses going back to school. how and when can you bag a deal? i'm consumer investigaor chris i'm consumer investigaor chris on university grand cany offers over 250 programs online and online students received over $144 million dollars in scholarships in 2021. see what scholarships you qualify for. visit gcu.edu/myoffer. find your purpose at gcu.
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it is 7:42 on this lovely saturday. i hope your day is off to a beautiful start. maybe you're making breakfast or getting ready for you day or enjoying the couch. that works, too. it is the weekend after all. we have a beautiful shot of san francisco. look at this, we're already seeing some clearing with our skyline of those clouds. right now, we're seeing a little bit of a mix of both. downtown san jose, we have the great sunrise there. and our temperatures right now out the door in the 50s. a couple of low 60s to start. but we are going to warm up nicely, i might add. even in the city, san fransc look at this, 59 degrees. right now, the winds are from the west and northwest at 13 miles per hour. by 11:00/12:00, look at the icons. we get full clearing with lots of sunshine. temperatures will be in the 70s.
by 1:00 or 2:00. if you're hanging out in the south bay, right now we're at 58 degrees. look what happens right around 11:00/12:00, we climb up into the 70s. eventually into some upper 80s. it is going to be even hotter in some of the inland areas. heading into tomorrow, expect to see a temperature change, especially for the interior. look at this. dublin, 89. livermore, 94. i want to give you a little bit of a breezy outlook on the offshore flow. you're going to see a little bit of a breeze, even into tonight and into tomorrow. looking ahead into monday and tuesday, we're setting up for a warmer pattern ahead. into the triple digits for areas like fairfield. around san francisco, we'll stay in the mid 70s. heading into tuesday, we're going to see increasing high clouds, but it might also even feel a little muggy out there. the reason for this is it's got some mid-level moisture. we've got some monsoonal moisture. we'll get a boost into early next week. you can see that here.
as we head toward next tuesday and also as well into wednesday, we're looking at the possibility of some of that to boost the chances for some showers. but right now, it looks like it is going to be mainly to the east and the north, so, of course, that'll mean the sierra, lake tahoe area, as well. we're going to get some mugginess out of this, especially because it is going to be warm. increase in cloud cover. now, as far as the drought conditions, we did see right now, unfortunately, not a good improvement. 60% of the state of california is still under some form of extreme drought, and we are at 100% of drought conditions in through the bay area. your seven-day forecast is going to remain in the 70s for san francisco. beautiful sunday funday ahead. if you get a beautiful sunrise shot or sunset shot, share that with me. i'll give you a shoutout on air and show your photo. i love when you share photos with me. over the next seven days in the inland areas, kira, we're going to be seeing lots of hot valleys and 90s.
from garoppolo. lance did not disappoint. he led the 49ers on two scoring drives in his two series of work. he went 4 for 5 with 92 yards passing and one touchdown. number 5 also scrambled for a first down, showing off his legs and his arm. the big highlight, a 76 yard touchdown bomb to gray that got the faithful on their feet. the 49ers beat the packers, 28 21, behind an impressive preseason debut by lance. >> wish we could have kept him out there. >> obviously, it is a preseason game, some good, some bad. excited to learn from it. >> offensive line did a great job. young guys did a great job. a lot more fun to win. >> next up, the niners face the vikings next saturday. lance is not expected to play in that game, but he'll see plenty of the vikings when the two teams hold joint practices next week in minnesota. at levi stadium, anthony flores, nbc bay area.
many kids want to sport a closet full of clothes for the new school year, but parents want to save money. can you have both? consumer investigator chris chmura's team says maybe if you wait. >> good morning. clothing is one of the biggest expenses of going back to school. shopping experts tell us a key to not breaking the bank on stuff like this is timing. >> reporter: when the teacher says your kid needs a notebook on day one, there's not much you can do to delay. >> when it comes to clothing, there's a lot more flexibility. >> reporter: retailmenot's kristin mcgrath says if you wait a few weeks to buy your kids' new clothes, you'll pay as much as 70% less than right now. when exactly should you start clothes shopping? >> wait until labor day, when you're going to find really fantastic clothing deals. >> reporter: also, keep an eye on the clearance rack. many are sparse now, but the california retailers association's forecast for more
markdowns is frugally favorable. >> i think you're going to see some products on there that were kind of a couple years old that got stuck in the supply chain. i think that will come out. i think some of our discount stores you see, they're going to get some more supply because stores will be offloading to that. >> reporter: what about shoes? >> kids do grow fast, so sometimes shoes are a must-have purchase. >> reporter: kristin and i conversed again. if you can wait to buy shoes, just do it. >> shoes, like clothing, is seasonal. >> reporter: maybe buy the kids one new pair of shoes and a few outfits now to start the school year, then wait until after labor day to overhaul their full wardrobe. patience probably pays. >> a little while longer, you can definitely save money. >> we had lot of fun saving you money this week. watch our stories online. we posted them all there at nbcbayarea.com/responds. i will see you at the mall. have a great weekend.
>> thanks, chris. chris actually had a four-legged blooper. his dog photobombed the "back to school" interview. more of a full-on takeover than a photobomb. chris posted this on his facebook page. search for consumer investigator chris chmura. how cute. up next, a quick look at the stories we're following, including details on what triggered the raid at the home of former president donald trump.
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welcome back. here's a quick look at the stories we're following. two arrests have been made in the brazen, broad daylight shooting of an uber driver. the oakland woman engaged to that driver says she can breathe a little easier. the crime was caught on security camera in front of the fiance's oakland home last month. two men walked up to patrick kon fung while he was waiting to make a food delivery. he refused to get out his car, and that's when the two shot and killed him. we spoke with patrick's fiance, who wants to protect her identity. >> translator: it's two killers, heavy sentence, and, you know, now can comfort patrick in the heavens. >> a 19-year-old and a juvenile has been arrested in the fatal shooting of her fiance. the community raised more than $100,000 to help the family.
the case still isn't closed. police are still looking for a getaway driver and a passenger. new information on the fbi search of former president donald trump's florida residence. we now know what agents were searching for. a florida judge unsealed the search warrant yesterday, indicating at least some of the documents that were seized were part of an inquiry into a violation of the espionage act. according to a receipt signed by the agents, they removed some 11 sets of documents, some labeled top secret, sensitive, classified. our political analyst says prosecutors have options. >> the end of the day, it seems to me the government is going to have three choices. one, to go ahead and charge the president and say, you know, these are the crimes we think you're guilty of doing, and there are at least three different laws at stake there, including the espionage act. two, negotiate some sort of compromise to prevent a court
trial. something on lesser charges where the president does admit guilt and they'll take it from there. >> larry says the third and most unlikely option is that the justice department declines to press charges. back here locally, volunteers in the south bay will be packaging meals that will be given to people facing hunger across the menlo churches are partnering with rise against hunger. their goal is to package more than 285,000 meals. the church in san jose is still looking for volunteers to help. the work isn't limited to just there. several other meno churches will be participating in the event today. they'll on the screen. they will be packing meals. all events start at 9:00 a.m. how about the weather for people looking to get out or volunteer or go for a run? let's check in with vianey one last time. >> it'll be pleasant. you know, we've got a little bit of cloud cover to start, but into the afternoon, we're going to get a lot of sunshine and
warmer temperatures. take a look at this. san francisco's seven-day forecast. we have the early clouds out of the way, and then by, you know, about 12:00/1:00, we have the sun peeking through. it'll be in the 70s. a little breezy. watching out for the offshore winds. heading into monday and tuesday, the temperatures stay in the mid 70s. then we're also going to be looking for some monsoonal moisture. you probably felt the mugginess the past couple days. we'll see dry hills heading into sunday. temperatures are going to climb into the 90s for your sunday forecast. it'll get even warmer into the middle of the week. if you're going to be in the south bay, for example, let's say if you're going to the jazz festival in downtown san jose, temperatures are going to be in the 80s. it really is going to be a great day to enjoy the outdoors. but if you want to go out and about hiking, you have to do it early because it'll get hot fast. >> get out soon. thanks for that, vianey. thanks to all of you for making us a part of your morning.
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