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fallout over the fbi search of donald trump's florida estate. a live report from washington on the political fallout and the alarming rise in threats against federal law enforcement. adding up the help. the learning crisis now impacting students at all levels and the group now trying to provide help to those struggling the most. we are getting ready for some high heat to hit the bay area, especially as we head toward tuesday and wednesday, some of those temperatures hitting near the triple digits with an excessive heat watch in effect. we'll have more on this in the forecast as we have more of all of our microclimates and what you can expect. a very good morning to you and thanks so much for joining us. i'm laura garcia. >> and i'm marcus washington. we want to get you started today with what we can expect from the forecast as well as the commute this morning. first at 5:00, we have team
coverage on this week's bay area-wide warming trend we've been talking about. "today in the bay's" bob redell is going to break down the steps you often take to prepare. >> let's start out with meteorologist kari hall. she's tracking maybe some dangerous temperatures headed our way. >> we're going to have really hot temperatures especially for the inland valleys as we look at the areas shaded in red, where we are going to have excessive heat for our inland valleys, even for the north bay. a heat advisory will be in effect for parts of lake and mendocino counties as we go into the day tomorrow, this is when this goes into effect as our temperatures start to heat up today. we may already see some highs near 100 degrees for fairfield and concord, martinez reaching 95, also 95 in santa rosa. san jose making it into the upper 80s but low 90s for los gatos and we'll see some 80s for much of the peninsula, but tomorrow is when the temperatures get even hotter with concord reaching 103 degrees. so we'll have more on this as
well as what to expect and bob redell is out with details on how people can try to stay cool and safe. good morning, bob. >> reporter: good morning to you, kari. first off, the bay area air quality management district has issued an air quality advisory for today over concerns of wildfire smoke drifting into our area. case in point, this is video yesterday of the skies over san francisco. you can see how hazy it was. there are fires burning up north in humboldt and trinity counties that could make it worse today. the air quality district points out, however, that this is not a spare the air alert, even though you might smell smoke, the air is expected to remain healthy. now, as you mentioned, kari, the national weather service has issued an excessive heat watch for tomorrow morning through tomorrow evening, for most of the east bay and parts of the north bay, temps expected to range anywhere between 100, 105 degrees. there is a moderate risk of heat-related illnesses, moderate the second of four levels of risk. people over the age of 65,
infants, athletes, people working outside want to be really careful, stay school, stay hydrated. don't leave your kids or pets in trucks or cars and when you're walking your dog, keep them off the hot pavement. now back out here, we're in the city of livermore at the livermore water resource division and today is the first day residents can pick up free recycled water, they can take that back home to water their trees, their plants and their grass, something that you want to think about as we're about to hit tomorrow's scorcher. reporting live here in livermore, bob redell, "today in the bay." >> thanks for the latest there, bob. if you haven't already, download our free nbc bay area app. you can keep an eye on the heat in your neighborhood. you just type in your 5:03 right now. new developments surrounding the fbi's search of president trump's mar-a-lago home. late last week we learned the fbi recovered 27 boxes of highly classified documents but now a new warning of a spike in violent threats to federal law
enforcement. "today in the bay's" susan mcginnis is live in washington. what do we know so far about this? >> well, marcus, good morning. just seven days after that mar-a-lago search, the political fallout here on capitol hill keeps on growing as does anti-fbi rhetoric. one week after fbi agents searched former president trump's florida home, a warning from the fbi and homeland security for agents to be extra vigilant. a joint bulletin also saying their families could be at risk. secret service hardening security at locations, including the white house, that following last week's attempted breach of the fbi cincinnati office and a spike in anti-fbi rhetoric online and on capitol hill. >> the fbi raid of president trump is a complete abuse and overreach of its authority. >> the republican party used to stand with law enforcement and i hope some of them do today, because this kind of rhetoric is very dangerous to our country. >> reporter: the senate
intelligence committee now asking for a national security damage assessment and for the justice department to provide the documents seized. >> it's very important long-term for the justice department now that they've done this that they show that this was not just a fishing expedition. >> reporter: the former president, who this weekend pointed to great simmering anger in the country claims the material was declassified. >> it would have to be documented what they were, each document, so that people would know what had been declassified. >> reporter: months earlier, trump's attorney signed a statement asserting all classified material was returned. >> if the trump people represented that they provided all the classified or national security information and didn't, that's a serious problem. >> reporter: still unknown, potential legal jeopardy for the first president in u.s. history to have his home searched by federal agents. and the former president also said this weekend on social media agents confiscated documents that fall under
attorney/client privilege or executive privilege and he wants them back. marcus? >> all right, we'll wait and watch what happens with that. susan, thank you. we're learning new details in the case of missing teen last seen over a week ago in placer county. placer county sheriff's office says kiely rodni was seen in a video earlier the evening of august 6th, wearing a white sweatshirt, shown in this photo you see on the left. it's unknown if she was wearing it when she was last seen. investigators hope this new clue will hopefully lead to more details about her disappearance. the 16-year-old was reported missing on august 6th after attending a party at placer family campground. moving you forward this morning on moving students out from underneath the pandemic, there's a big push to address the math education crisis in school classrooms. experts say that the average k through 12 student is more than half a grade level behind in math since the start of the
pandemic. recent studies show the largest decline over the past three years has been among children of color. the organization bedtime math foundation is launching be part of the equation, this is a campaign they have going on. it seeks to help children start strong in the new school year and provides resources for those struggling in math. the founder says parents should know their student's math curriculum to assess the challenges their child can face. >> you should know what your kid is being served for math every day, and the other piece i would add is a lot of this slid during covid is assessing students. it's really important to know where they are because what gets measured gets managed. >> she also says that parents can go to the bedtime math foundation website to find programs to help with math. she also urges parents to talk with teachers and to find ways to improve their children's math
skills. and how the kids are headed back to school. >> here we go. >> here we go, exactly. maybe it's new outfits they'll be wearing or new uniforms? maybe keep something cool because we're tracking a warmup happening this week, kari. >> yes, we are under a microclimate weather alert as we get ready for hot temperatures, short sleeves and shorts for that first day of school. there will also be a hazy sky. we're talking about air quality here, where we will see some drifts of smoke coming in and some of the most unhealthy air quality will be in santa clara valley. if you are sensitive to the smoke and a little bit of that pollution, you do want to limit your time outside. our temperature today heads for 87 degrees in san jose and in fremont, but notice how livermore starts to heat up. it's going to reach 98 degrees today, 100 in fairfield. we'll see some low to mid-90s for much of the north bay, but also warmer in san francisco, reaching the upper 70s this afternoon. tomorrow is the peak of the heat and some of our valleys will
reach over 100 degrees. it's going to be dangerous for kids to have recess outside or if you have to work out there, you want to make sure you take lots of breaks and stay hydrated. we're going to be tracking that. mike's tracking where you can find some lower gas prices. >> kari, let's look at the cheapest gas prices. we found gas buddy of course, in oakland at go gas and food over here on $4.99 on mountain boulevard. costco in hayward, halfway avenue gas for $4.79 a gallon there, and warm springs gas in fremont on warm springs boulevard has a regular gallon of gas for $4.89 so we're looking not so bad. that's the good news. the traffic flow as we look at the big map, everything is looking pretty green. we continue to follow this deadly crash in oakland right by the coliseum, so the southbound side still down to just one lane. progress in the last few minutes as far as traffic being addressed still only one lane open but the two flatbed tow trucks look like they may be
finishing getting the cars on board and the chp looks like they may be getting ready to reopen some more lanes. we'll track that closely. they haven't told me yet. i'm going by visual cues. >> pretty busy out there, thanks, mike. we're moving you forward this morning. vta schedules are changing again as the agency works to restore service to pre-pandemic levels. service on the blue line will start earlier at 4:30 a.m. blue line weekend service will run from 5:00 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. the following morning. the green and orange lines are set to start at 5:00 a.m. on weekdays and run from 6:00 a.m. to midnight on the weekends. in october, vta plans to increase the frequency of buses and light rail to every 15 minutes. all right, finding love of all places in a parking lot. coming up next on "today in the bay," the first date that became one couple's viral love story. and the debate about dating standards now setting the internet on fire. plus, striking against
starbucks. the baristas set to protest yet again today and the changes they're demanding. and trending right now on our website, scientists warning of a california mega flood. meteorologist rob mayeda takes a closer look at how climate change may make future storms far more severe. head to nbcbayarea.com, click on the link, it's right up there in our trending bar. 5:11. we'll be right back.
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good monday morning. it's 5:13. we're under a microclimate weather alert as the kids head back to school at sonoma valley unified school district. smile for th pictures and you want to wear a jacket and some shorts. we start out at 55 and head up to 90 degrees at pickup time. it will be a hot afternoon. we'll talk about hotter temperatures in our forecast coming up. watching all the headlights jammed up, we have this deadly crash with almost all the lanes blocked. one lane gets by there, putting out new flares, maybe clearing them. it looks like a couple of vehicles ready to low up. i have options for you even if the freeway isn't fully opened by the time you get there. come on back. taking a look at futures this morning, wall street set to open lower after the markets come off a positive week. the dow, nasdaq and s&p 500 gaining about 3% last week on
the back of better than expected reports on inflation. in focus this week, data on housing, retail, sales and industrial production. it's also a big week for earnings from major retailers including walmart, target, home depot and lowe's. happening now in santa cruz, starbucks workers are holding the last day of a planned three-day strike over issues including benefits and score hours. baristas on ocean and water streets walked off the job, this is after earlier this year becoming the first california location to unionize. at the time, starbucks said it opposed the move, but respected the right to organize. this is now the first starbucks in california to experience a strike. it is 5:15. recent struggles for the exercise equipment maker peloton triggering another huge wave of pink slips. peloton shares are down 60% this year and for the third time the company is laying off staff, this time nearly 800 workers, in
all about 4,200 workers have been laid off this year as the company closes retail stores and show rooms as well as increasing pricing and moving to a subscription service. all of this comes after the company saw a huge boom in sales at the start of the pandemic. trending this morning, what some may call the date from hell that turned into a little slice of heaven. >> finger-licking good, i'll tell you. it's a viral story about love that all started at a popeye's parking lot. "new york times" recently published this article about one newlywed couple's rocky start. the husband canceled the first two dates and the first date took place outside of a popeye's, where the pair ate kfc from across the street because the popeye's was too crowded. and the man's friend actually purchased the engagement ring because he had no money. one matchmaker says that the red flags here are countless. she asked where is the planning
and effort? >> the fact that this led to marriage, that is beautiful, that is wonderful. i'm so happy for this couple, but that is the exception and not the rule. >> right. >> so if a man is not the sexiest thing that a woman should be looking for as she's dating is a man with a plan. >> he had a plan to get some chicken. >> and he gave it to her. >> he met a life along the way. >> she goes a little further there calling out the times for romanticizing toxic behavior, then again maybe here's a moment to one of life's oldest saying, love is blind. hopefully the honeymoon made up for the initial, they met on a dating app. >> i thought they met on doordash. >> they could have. they could have. she looked happy. >> yeah, you know what?
at the end of the day, it's all about you and that person. >> that's right if popeye's it is, she's married, some of you are not. >> or none of you. >> you shouldn't cancel twice. >> a little greasy. hey, let's get a look at the forecast for today. >> you want to do something today where you don't have to cook. order out, something like that. >> hang out in the parking lo the? >> you don't want to turn on the oven when it's 100 degrees. it's the first day of school for vallejo. we're starting out at 60 degrees at drop-off time between 8:00 and 9:00, when the high school kids are going in and pickup time it will be in the low 80s and sunny, and we are going to see hotter temperatures today, check out martinez reaching 95 this afternoon, 92 in los gatos. 95 in morgan hill and san martin and 95 in santa rosa. it gets hotter tomorrow. check out some of the temperatures. fairfield the hottest, 105
degrees. 103 in concord and 102 in livermore and then it just comes down a couple of degrees, but still hot on wednesday. we are going to see for areas shaded in red, the excessive heat watch turn into warnings later today and for parts of the north bay, lake and parts of the inland parts of mendocino county we'll see a heat advisory in effect so we're watching out for that especially on tuesday. you might notice the sky looks a little more hazy. where we see the light green or light blue that's where we have wildfire smoke coming in and mostly from the mckinney fire but we also have some fires over parts of the sierra sparked by most likely some lightning from the past few days and so that's going to be drifting in. we may also have a chance of lightning as we head toward the middle of the week. we're seeing the green here, this shows a surge of mid level moisture, stopping it here on wednesday evening, there's going to be some green right over some
of our east bay and north bay hills. this could give us a couple of lightning strikes. it will be possible and it's unfortunately coming up on two years and a day after the august 2020 lightning complex fires we saw from some of the lightning strikes there. doesn't look like it's going to be that big of an event but any time we see a chance of lightning we pay very close attention. we're also going to have hot temperatures to go along with that. we're starting out the week in upper 90s. 100 degrees on tuesday. 95 on wednesday and we're coming down by the end of the week, san francisco in the upper 70s for today and tomorrow, but then low 70s and eventually it will make it back to our usual 60s by the weekend. mike, you were looking at what's happening now, an update in oakland. >> the flashing lights obviously behind me, kari, still 880 at 66, just past the overcrossing, the flares still laid out here, two flatbed tow trucks, i saw
them load vehicles on. they haven't fully gotten everything back up to the point where they could drive anyway. i don't know if they're ready to leave just yet. i've seen a number of silhouettes scanning back and forth looking for any other debris or whatever else might need to be picked up. only one lane southbound 880 at 66, so just past it. the backup now extends back past high street coming down through oakland as you look past the coliseum, everything's okay. get over to san leandro street and international boulevard, those are great options or just stick to 880 but allow yourself 15, maybe 20 minutes. the surface streets are still doing okay though. keep in mind those are surface streets. eastbound 580 is another option. east 580 counter commute there is a crash, chp issued an alert but it's so light as far as traffic goes. the commute westbound. back to you. >> thanks, mike. it's 5:21 right now. next on "today in the bay," "nbc bay area responds." consumer investigator chris chmura helps one viewer with her concert ticket troubles. you're watching "today in the bay."
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folk band concert. months before the big show she realized she had a conflict and couldn't go. ticketmaster said reis asell not available for this event. debbie called us for help. ticketmaster told us event promoters decide whether resales are allowed. ticketmaster did something it didn't have to, canceled debbie's order and gave her a courtesy refund that is $159.90 back in her account. the lesson here is any time that you are shopping for concert tickets or any tickets for that matter, you really do need to check the terms especially if you are on the fence and think you might need to sell them later on. fair warning though, the restrictions you read today might not apply tomorrow. for example, look at what we found on the ticketmaster website, it says "fan-to-fan resale may be removed at any time at the event organizer's
discretion." if you've hit a sour note with customer service, maybe our folks can help straight continue out. go to nbcbayarea.com, click the "responds" option from the main menu or give us a call. the number is 888-996-tips. >> thanks, chris. with the bay area's back-to-school season now well under way, google is releasing its mbe you're wonderingss wha? old school pencil sharpeners are the most searched item. who would have thought? searches for first day of school signs for theteners are up 170% and the phrase "how school" doubled. google analysed what in-person school is like. >> there's a lot of searches of how do i go back to school, how do i make new friends, what do i bring for lunch or how do i smell good all day at school.
>> google is releasing new features to help students learn by using augmented reality and voice power technologies. those features allow students to use 3-d visualization to explain complex concepts and voice power technology to teach them how to read. google says most of those features are free and available now. 5:27 this morning, and the top stories that we're following today including a new health alert. polio now detected on the east coast. the preventative measures bay area health officials are using. if you have an appointment at kaiser regarding your mental health today, it may be canceled. we will tell you why. stay with us. you're watching "todayn the bay. i"
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seeing people that are suicidal, that have depression, that are anxious, that have really bad traumas, seeing them once every two months is not enough. >> right now at 5:30, kaiser mental health workers ready to go on strike in a matter of hours. what it means for patients and how the health provider is responding. addressing teen vaping. we break down the latest alarming data and the ongoing efforts to help curb the habit. this is "today in the bay," streaming live on roku, amazon fire, apple tv, and online. and wake up! it is monday morning. thanks so much for allowing us to be a part of your morning. i'm marcus washington. >> and i'm laura garcia. a lot to get to this morning, starting out with a look at the
forecast >> meteorologist kari hall is tracking that microclimate alert that we have. going to be a hot one. >> it's going to be hot as we go through at least the beginning of the week. we are seeing some improved conditions later on, but we have to make it through the excessive heat watch that we have in effect for our inland areas, and heat advisories in effect for parts of the north bay for interior mendocino and lake counties. this kicks in tomorrow as we are going to see those temperatures really ramping up. you want to make sure that you're taking those extra precautions like drinking lots of water. you're planning your day around the heat and also monitor your body for the signs of heat-related illness. temperatures are ramping up today as you head over to the tri-valley, south county, parts of the north bay, near 100 degrees in some of the spots but going over 100 degrees for especially the inland east bay, heading into tomorrow. we'll talk more about that and our air quality but mike, you're seeing something better on our oakland camera. >> the traffic is moving better. kari, i want to show you here
and folks at home, there's still flares in the roadway. chp left the scene along with the tow trucks and the crashes. this was a deadly crash in oakland but the flares are still there, that's causing some folks to slow down, be a little tentative. the flares are okay, for to you safely drive through the area. that's why the chp left the area unattended unattended. it should clear relatively quickly. the flares are clearing so folks should be less tentative through the area. eastbound 580 is fine through the area. rest of your commute is getting started highway 37out of vallejo. overnight there was a problem later than we thought it would be for the commute but everything south of there is just fine. back over to you. >> thank you very much. 5:32. breaking overnight, lawyers for imprisoned wnba star brittney griner are appealing her conviction on drug charges. this follows her sentencing earlier this month to nine years
in a russian prison. griner was arrested at a miscould you airport in february, after cannabis infused vape cartridges were found in her luggage. she pleaded guilty to the charges. the u.s. maintains the athlete was wron the u.s. offered in eha her freedom a russian arms dealer now in u.s. custody serving a 25-year prison sentence. developing this morning within the last hour or so, thousands of bay area mental health workers are going on strike. >> last-minute negotiations between kaiser and the union representing psychologists, therapists and counselors ended with no agreement. "today in the bay's" ginger conejero saab is live on the picket line. what are the mental health workers demanding? >> reporter: good morning, marcus and laura. you know, they're demanding more staffing to really keep up with
the need. they came to some sort of agreement on wages this weekend, but that wasn't enough to really come to a comprehensive settlement of sorts. we're outside the kaiser building here in san francisco on gary street. it's still quiet, a couple of people starting to set up, but that all is expected to change by 6:00 a.m. when the picketing will begin. negotiations came to a halt between kaiser and the union representatives psychologists, therapists and counselors and why the rest of the weekend was spent getting ready for the strike this morning. now that is expected to start at 6:00 a.m. kaiser and the union representing mental health professionals agreed on a wage offer but not that comprehensive settlement that would increase staffing, and consequently reduce patient wait times. that's what the union says this is about. new mental health clinicians to keep up with increasing dempetr
enough. >> our case loads are unworkable,stnable and that's mostly why people are leaving. we lost 17% of our union membership in the last year. >> seeing people suicidal. >> reporter: the health care workers are fighting for more time outside of clinical care to send emails and coordinate patient care. kaiser says it offered additional time for administrative duties but the union wants more. now we reached out to kaiser, who had issued this response saying in part, "we are working hard to be ready to meet our patients' mental health needs during the strike. beginning this week, our patients will receive care from those mental health clinicians who choose patient needs over the strike, as well as from our psychiatrists, clinical managers and other licensed professionals." nbc bay area has spoken to a patient who says their appointment was canceled today and they were not given any
other options by kaiser. the union says it's hearing stories like this and experiences like that, that keep them on the picket lines this morning, not just in san francisco but also in san jose and fresno have more as the sto unfolds. we're live in san francisco, ginger conejo in the bay." >> we'll continue to check back with you. we expect a lot of people. thanks, ginger. >> 5:36 right now. traces of polio virus were recently found in new york. it is a locally contained discovery found in the waste water there and it's prompting stanford's school of engineering to consider using its own waste water detection program to screen for polio here. the idea of polio can be scary for many americans. doctors say the solution say simple one, get vaccinated. the cdc recommends four doses of vaccine usually at 2 months old.
if you were vaccinated as a child, you should be protected for life. happening today, the san francisco police department will hold a virtual town hall in an effort to be transparent about a recent officer-involved shooting. the incident happened august 6th when officers tried detaining a suspect near 16th street and south van ness avenue. a short chase on foot took place leading to shots being fired. police say the suspect hid behind a car, kept shooting at officers. no one was hit by a bullet, but the suspect was treated for a non-life-threatening injury. the department will provide more details this afternoon at 3:00. new this morning, as schools across the bay area start classes even, doctors are sounding the alarm about kidsrd tobacco study currently more than 2.1 million students across america are using ecigarettes. thousands are also vaping. from 2016 to 2020, they say that there was more than 73% increase
in kids using ecigarettes. as one doctor explains, ecigarettes can damage kids' lungs and brains. >> exposing a developing brain, which is what preteens and teens have to high doses of nicotine contained in ecigarettes leads to addiction very quickly. these devices can be very potent in their addictive capacity. when that happens in a developing brain, anyone of any age can get addicted quickly. >> the doctor adds kids who use ecigarettes are four more times likely to try traditional cigarettes and three times more likely to become addicted to nicotine. the american lung association and the ad council are launching a new campaign to encourage parents to talk to their kids about the issue. 5:38. climate change could increase lightning in california and soon spark nor wildfires. a recent study predicts lightning strikes nationwide will increase 12% for every degree celsius of global warming
and ard coulding to the u.s. forest service, 40% of wildfires in the west were caused by lightning between 1992 and 2015. this data comes as tomorrow marks two years since three massive lightning fires sparked fires, you might remember seeing this in the skies during the early morning hours of august 16th, this is of 2020, hundreds of lightning strikes started several fires. they merged to become the czu, scu and lmu lightning complex fires. more than 846,000 acres burned. meteorologist kari hall is tracking this dangerous heat that's headed our way this week as well. always concerning, kari. >> it is. we are under a microclimate weather alert due to the excessive heat coming our way. also another concern toward the middle of the week, what caused the lightning strikes two years ago was the search of monsoon moisture. we're going to see more monsoon moisture coming in. this map shows the green where there is a high amount of mid
level moisture and then where we see it more clear, that's some drier air, so we do see that green starting to come back our way as we head toward the middle of the week, most of it staying to the east, but as we go toward wednesday evening, there will be one plume of moisture moving through the east bay and to the north bay, not a lot of rain associated with it, but there may be enough energy in the atmosphere especially combined with the high heat that we could see some lightning strikes once again coming two years and one day after that big complex of lightning that we had in 2020. so this will be very concerning, we'll be watching it very closely, as it could possibly spark some new wildfires, even just one lightning strike would be bad for us. we're going to see temperatures headed for the upper 90s and even near 100 degrees for our hottest spots inland. we'll talk about temperatures tomorrow and when we get a cooldown, that's coming up. mike has a look at what's happening at the nimitz. >> the nimitz moving much better now. didn't take long for to us get
back. basically close to the speed limit here, in the upper 50s as you travel past the coliseum and those continue to hold about there, even affecting to 60 miles per hour headed counsel through the area past high street. the earlier crash, a deadly crash and the sig alert cleared up the area and we have a smoother flow, that's practical looking at the numbers here. still the loss of life we're following that story in the newsroom. we're looking at the rest of the contra costa county drive. a mild build for highway 4 here and predictable build for highway 37, predicting for tonight another big reroute, this is going on all week overnight, starting at 8:00 p.m., that's pretty early for a closure. highway 37 westbound will be closed again, it was closed last night, tonight and all overnights all week until 4:00 the next morning. look at this reroute, highway 29 to 12 and 121, that's a long route and alternate because of that closure and the roadwork going on, grinding and paving work went on overnight and was
delayed as far as the reopening until about 4:45, so we'll watch for anything but plan for some delays in the morning if that's where you're driving. over here looking at oracle park tonight if you're driving here, you might be lucky enough to go to the game. 6:45 of course game time traffic in the area and really everything else is moving smoothly. just a little slowing in san jose as predicted. protecting yourself the next time you fly. coming up on "today in the bay" the soaring demand for travel insurance and the protection you may not even know you have, even when it comes to being covered. plus -- ♪♪ ♪ i want to soak up the sun, i'm gonna tell everyone to lighten up ♪ >> the summer concert series continues on "today" this morning. sheryl crow will be in studio performing some of her hits and new music as well. it starts at 7:00 right after "today in the bay."
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good monday morning to you. it is 5:45, and happy first day of school for the kids in sonoma. we start out at 55 degrees, light jacket weather but definitely short sleeve weather at pickup time. it will be 90 degrees and we are going to see some hotter temperatures inland. we'll check that out in the
forecast coming up. we're seeing some slower speeds in san jose, although the tail lights are what i'm talking about, looking fine from the camera but the speed sensors show slowing where we expect this, headed north past 680. we'll track the build for the south bay and more coming up. >> sounds good. we'll check back with you. it is 5:46. developing right now, family members say critically acclaimed author salman rushdie is on the road to recovery, awake and talking after being attacked on stage in new york last friday before a speaking event. investigators say a 24-year-old man rushed the stage and stabbed him 12 times. rushdie's son tells nbc news he's now off a ventilator. on the "today" show this morning, the event moderator says he initially believed the incident was staged. >> when this guy first appeared, i thought it was a really bad case prank and didn't quite
believe or didn't understand that it was anything more than that initially until i saw blood, and after that, you realized this is real. >> over the weekend, the suspect pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and assault charges. law enforcement sources tell nbc he was inspired by iran related extremism and in his first public comments this morning, iran denying any possibility the government may have been involved. ever since 1988 in the releases of rushdie's satanic verses novel, some muslim extremists have called for his death. new details and lawmakers' deep division coming to the forefront, this is yet again in the fallout over the mar-a-lago. republicans are blasting attorney general merrick garland and the justice department. this is despite the unfilled warrant showing fbi agents recovered 27 boxes of highly classified documents from the home of former president donald trump, including top secret
information that may only be viewed in a security facility with no cell phones permitted. former national security adviser john bolt on it tells "today" the debate is growing heated. >> i think there's a lot of hyperventilating going on here on both sides of this issue, which sadly inevitably seems to devolve around whether you're for donald trump or against donald trump. >> the fbi meanwhile indicates a spike in threats against law enforcement ever since the search. we will avery more coverage from washington at the top of the hour. taking a live look at sfo on this monday morning, if you're traveling these days, you're more likely than ever to purchase travel insurance. one rate comparison site says nearly twice the amount of air travelers are purchasing policies now compared to this time from last year. recent travel horror stories are driving up demand especially among younger americans. claims are being filed more than double the time, but aaa says before you fly, you may want to check your existing policies.
>> it's always great to check your own policy, to check your own medical coverage, understand what you are covered for, check to see if you're using a credit card that you'd have some type of coverage, whether that be for a rental car, whether that be for trip interruptions. there are coverages embedded in some of these options that you may already have. >> learn the travel insurance do's and don'ts before your next trip. it's coming up at the "today" show at 7:00 a.m., right after "today in the bay." trending for you this morning, the world's most popular baby hippo now has a name and you know what? you don't have to wait for the "today" show because here on "today in the bay," we've got you covered. we're going to tell you what it is, right now. >> drum roll, please. the cincinnati zoo confirms exclusively this morning on "today" fritz is the name selected for the new sibling of 5-year-old fiona. the zoo held a naming contest and ferguson finished second. the zoo picked fritz because his
mom's birth control was "on the fritz" leaving us all wondering, does that mean fritz was a happy hippo mistake? it is adorable. >> a lot of people can relate. >> i was thinking ferguson is a good name for a children's book and continue the children's book after fiona and then ferguson but fritz is good. >> fritz is good. >> baby anythings are cute. right? >> 29 pounds i think they said on birth. >> how many pounds? >> 29. >> ugh. >> i was 26. [ laughter ] i was a big baby. [ applause ] >> wonderful woman. wonderful woman. >> oh, my. >> you're making us sweat out here. >> the hippos can deal with some of the heat we've been having. >> yeah, you need some water. lots of water to try to stay cool here. >> i'll be like fritz rolling in
some water. >> we are going to be talking a lot about that and make sure you pack that reusable water for the kids today, from the first day of school in san jose, the franklin-mckinley unified school district kicking off today with temperatures in the upper 50s to start, at pickup time it will be in the mid 80s so they may have the outdoor lunch or recess with the temperatures starting to warm up. when we compare what we have coming today versus our records, we are nowhere close to a record high because a lot of them were set in 2020, and we are today headed for 95 in santa rosa, but remember two years ago, it was 103, and san francisco will head for 77 today, but that's about ten degrees below that record high. so once again, we're going to be talking about the heat, but most likely at least for today, it won't set a record high. there may be some new records set tomorrow as fairfield heads for 105 degrees, and 103 in concord. we'll even see some 90s in parts of the north bay with santa rosa
reaching 97 degrees and 82 in san mateo, while san jose will reach 92 degrees and on wednesday it's still pretty hot but we're starting to see a more comfortable trend coming our way as we head closer to the weekend. with the hotter temperatures also will come more of a hazy sky. we'll have some air quality issues so if you're sensitive to smoke and pollution, and things like that limit your time outside today will probably be doing that anyway because it's going to be so hot. the santa clara valley will see the worst of that air quality as smoke starts to drift in, where we see the darker shades of blue and even the green, that's where a lot of the wildfire smoke is coming from the mckinney fire. it is now 95% contained, but it's still burning and we have over 60,000 acres burning in that area, so it's still smoldering and we will continue to monitor that as that smoke continues to move in. by the end of the week, temperatures are feeling better, but we'll have to keep an eye on
wednesday for the chance of monsoon moisture coming in and possibly lightning. san francisco will feel much better with highs in the low 70s by the end of the week and 60s coming back in time for the weekend. mike, how is it looking for the drive through silicon valley? >> kari, green, green, right, except if i step over here, you see the slowing, right where we expect it. the patterns had been changing over the last couple of weeks. we're back to what we had earlier in the summer, we'll watch because the number of different school districts come in including franklin-mckinley you talked about that, so those elementary schoolers are starting school. as parents get used to the summertime traffic being over and the school mornings back on line as well. my goodness, i'm having trouble saying that. looking at 580 eastbound, there may be trouble clearing an overturned rig, counter commute, east getting to tracy out of livermore but a couple lanes blocked. it may be hours from what i hear. i'll give you an update coming up. back to you. >> thanks, mike. happening now, today marks
one decade since deferred action for childhood arrivals or daca began accepting applications. the obama-era program protects the qualifying children of undocumented immigrants from being deported and also allows them access to drivers licenses and permission to legally work. some point out that the program was only meant to be temporary. later this year, an appeals court may rule on the latest legal challenge. a violent weekend south of the border, dozens of cars set on fire in tijuana, forcing the military to swarm in. an update on the conditions this morning, and the warning to americans planning to make the trip south. also at 6:00, kaiser mental health workers set to walk off the job in just minutes. we'll have an update on contract negotiations and the impact it's having on patients. plus potentially dangerous heat is looming. live team coverage as the bay area braces for extreme temperatures. you're watching oday in the bay."
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the drug cartel chaos, dozens of cars burned or destroyed on friday, 15 happened in tijuana. mexico had to send hundreds of troops to help keep the peace. a brief shelter in place for american government workers is over, all this comes with many american tourists expected to flood rosarito for a popular beach festival for this weekend, some are now uncertain about going. >> it's just the uncertainty you don't know what to happen, you don't know because their advice to stay indoors but it's like we're going to a festival, so it's just like do we stay? do we go? >> mexican military members made at least 17 arrests. no deaths and just one injury reported. we have new details on scary moments inside mccarron airport in las vegas. >> no one knows what's happening. we're just filing through.
everyone's just running. >> police say it started with a loud noise startling flyers in terminal one early sunday morning. many people believed it was a shooting. the chaos triggered flight delays and cancellations. the airport eventually tweeted out it was a false alarm. it was believed to have been cause bid an unruly passenger who authorities detained. happening today in southern california, the civil trial continues surrounding the sharing of photos from the helicopter crash site where kobe bryant died. his widow, vanessa bryant, filed a suit against l.a. county along with a man who lost his daughter and wife in that 2020 crash. they claim first responders took unauthorized photos and shared those images. that trial is expected to continue for what may be two more weeks. doctors have now taken actress anne heche off of life support. the del vision actor rose to fame in the 1990s for roles in
"another world" and the film "donnie brasco." she had been on life support in los angeles after suffering severe brain injuries. on friday she was declared brain dead but kept on life support so her organs could be donated. right now at 6:00, dangerous heat and wildfire smoke making its way into the bay area. we are live breaking down just how hot it may get in your neighborhood, just how long that extreme heat could linger. the republican party used to stand wit today, beca of rhetoric is very dangerous to this morning the fbi's search of donald trump's florida estate. we're live in washington with the alarming rise in threats against federal law enforcement. adding up the help, the learning crisis impacting students at all levels and the group now trying to provide