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my 100% all-white-meat spicy chicken strips are back. look at them sitting there. just sitting there. can't believe we hired a director for this. spicy chicken strips starting at $5.49 are back at jack in the box. right now at 5:00, no sign of kylie rodney two weeks after she disappeared. >> unfortunately, almost everyone we sign find is an area that has artie been searched. with the hope to find what investigators may have missed. new details on the that the mckinney fire. what we are learning about the lives lost in the biggest wildfire of the year. people have been limited in the ability to get their kids services like vaccinations that they need.
he with getting kids vaccinated before heading back to school, how bay area health leaders are trying to help get kids caught up. the news at 5:00 starts right now. parts of the bay area are sorting through the high heat. some are doing with triple digit temps today. with such show you alive look at dublin and walnut creek. when it's hot in the bay area, tends to be hot there. still quite hot out there. >> he's tracking the heat for us. with temperatures are above 100 degrees near solano county. you have the heat advisory today. it still 103 degrees right now. temperatures at 103 does the degrees earlier. changes will be on the way for are the latest on the heat advisory for the county, after 7:00 tonight, it expires. we do have some big cooling around the corner for sunday,
stronger onshore winds will take that heat and push it farther inland to the northern half of sacramento valley with temperatures around some areas to cool by as much as 10 to 15 degrees. a little bit more wind to contend with for torrow. and we get the 90s coming back for the inland areas. with slight cooling and perhaps another chance of monsoon moisture. we let you know if that means thunderstorm chances and impact on the rest of the weeks coming up on the forecast in 10 minutes. back to you. stormy contract the heat where you live with the free nbc bay area happen with any breaking news and weather alerts to help you keep up with what is happening in yo neighborhood. this ek, thousands of students return to school and today, family showed up for a chance to get vaccinated or get caught up on other shots. kristin smith was at the event and spoke with families
and leaders about the importance of today's vaccination clinic. >> some families said they had been looking around for a convenient way to get vaccinations done and organizers say there is real demand. there was an opportunity for kids to get caught up on vaccination. >> i think it's really great this is available for him. we just moved to semper cisco. >> they had been living in romania. with school in mind, this event was ideal. with getting him back into the system as a challenge. this is amazing that is offered for him to get on track. they have the records that he needs. >> i think it's a good thing to get a vaccine. >> the department of public health has been helping out a series of back-to-school vaccination events for children in pre-k through high school. >> we know it's been so hard
for people because of the pandemic and having to work or having to shelter in place. >> they want to make it accessible. >> when kids go into pre-k are kindergarten, they need to be up-to-date on their measles and rubella, the need to be up-to- date on polio vaccine. >> that's part of the lesson today many vaccines are offered. dr. susan phillips said they were not requiring covered vaccines but they strongly encourage it. >> we have knowledge of how incredibly important it is. we are hearing now about polio being detected on east coast. all of the kids are up today on the vaccinations. >> no polio.
5:00, a spoke he seen after two homes caught fire this afternoon. the fire started around 12:30 on hanna street. you may not have seen the fire you saw the smoke from around the valley. this is video from one of our traffic cameras. firefighters say two homes were destroyed. no one was hurt but at least four people are displaced. no word yet on how the fire started. we are following developing news out of union city when a night out turned violent when shots were fired at a busy restaurant. happen before midnight at mexico linda. they said the restaurant was crowded and officers found two men had been shot both taken to the hospital and they are expected to be okay. no arrests have been made and police are not saying what led up to the shooting. today marks two weeks since kylie rodney disappeared. she was last seen at a party in a cabin. search and rescue recovery dive team are joining the search.
the group is called adventures with purpose. they specialize in cases of people going missing and the cars underwater. the extended family reached out to the volunteer team for help. this team is arriving days after they announced they are scaling back their search. the intel shared with me does not point anywhere. it has baffled everybody. there are no longer dive teams present. those things have been exhausted already. they are confident in what they have been able to rule out. i am as well. unfortunately, almost everyone we find is an area that other agencies have already searched. >> kiley was last seen in the security video hours before her disappearance, her family is holding onto hope. she believes that she is underwater, they will find her. more people killed and that the is wildfire of the year have been identified. the fire ignited last month the national forest near the border. they quickly exploded in size and produce much of the
community to ash. dna and dental records used to identify victims. they were longtime u.s. employee kathleen shuman, 79 years old. and charles k, 82-year-old judith k, and 76-year-old jonathan kogan. the bodies were found inside a vehicle in the driveway of the home and the other two as cyberhomes. the fire has burned more than 61,000 acres and is 95% contained. a family making in the base series, half of california's metro areas have homes that are at least 10% overvalued the numbers have fixed rating.
there estimated to be worse in some cities. san francisco and san diego tied for the highest average at 22%. san jose homes estimated to be 16% overvalued. the return of oakland's chinatown street vestry today kicks off's 33rd annual festival put on by the oakland chinatown chamber of commerce. these are always a highlight. they feature more than 100 food vendors offering everything from jewelry, clothing, food, and social services. it was created to encourage a sense of community to celebrate diversity in culture and business. >> we welcome everyone. let's all work together. we need to unify.
let's all be enjoying this weekend. >> the event continues to from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the area of ninth and franklin streets downtown. you can still see it on the big screen, the story of a woman in semper cisco history that could a long way to solving problems the community is facing today. the documentary is playing at the roxy theater. a korean immigrant wrongfully convicted of the murder of a chinatown gang number in 1973. they told the story during and after incarceration and journalism community members who helped free him. many regard this is a landmark movie for asian americans and social justice. >> turning to our climate crisis, two local organizations timber to bridge the cap between musical expression and environmental justice.
san francisco bay keeper and hip-hop for change organize the six annual justice summit at san francisco. they're dedicated to protecting the health of semper cisco bay. hip-hop for change aims to break down barriers between youth and justice issues using hip-hop. we are back in 90 seconds. night perspective usually seed. up close look at a fire in the east bay. a big celebration for dog rescue organization. plus how you can bring home a new pet as we continue to clear the shelters. >> 99 degrees in walnut creek but meanwhile they're looking a lot nicer 72 degrees we see this type of cooling across the east bay valley as we come right back. >> popular fast food chain
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the fire happened on august 12th at a building on washington avenue. you can see firefighters rushing in there. firefighters were able to put out the flames in about one hour. no one was hurt. firefighters have not said what started the fire. the bay area senior dog rescue is celebrating a big milestone, 10,000 pups rescued and happen to coincide with its 15th anniversary. there out this morning in san francisco. hosting its senior saturday adoption event on alabama street. if you're looking to adopt in today's event, don't worry about that. is another adoption event happening wednesday which they say the mirror mayor has declared adopt a senior pet day in honor of the thousands of dogs the organization has helped save. >> they are slated for euthanasia all over california and when people drop off their senior dog usually have about 80 dogs available for adoption and the need is huge from's shelters all over.
as for why you might consider adopting a senior dog, the founder says the older dogs typically have lower adoption rates and are typically housebroken, less destructive, and calmer than younger puppies. all month long, nbc bay area are partnering to help clear the shelters. this weekend, we are excited about the partnership with the oakland zoo. the free adoption event is happening tomorrow in the children's zoo area. that will be free for anyone that wants to go. the event runs tomorrow, 10:00 in the morning until 2:00 in the afternoon. you have to find some shade . >> we had 70s today. it will be cooler tomorrow. we get a bit of a break and we see the wind pick up and temperatures drop and better news for air quality, too. take a look at all those in a moment. and it still hot outside for
your saturday evening plans. 87 degrees in san jose. northwest went at 12 miles per hour. as you move inland, over to walnut creek, 99 degrees. not far away, solano county has the heat advisory through 7:00 this evening. but oakland come he can see 72, that's perfect. it's the bay microclimate in full effect. the marine air around the inner bay. 63 degrees depending on where you are, jacket in san francisco . we do expect more winter. that's good news in terms of the air-quality back across the board including the inland valleys where we see a big drop in those temperatures moving forward into the afternoon. this is one of the drivers cooling tomorrow. notice regionally, more wind throughout the day. that's going to bring in more ocean air conditioning. they will get a chance to move farther in an tomorrow so we should see for places like livermore, concord especially is about 10 to 15 degrees of cooling compared to the highs
we are expensing today. low clouds across the interbay and into the afternoon we see clouds hanging out near san francisco. and new high clouds passing by to the afternoon. the weather system passing by to the north is going to bring up the winds at times. we have to watch the wind speeds around the hilltops. of course the marine areas around the interbay is cool and relatively moist air. in the hills, it will be dry. as the wind picks up we watch her closely. impact on your temperatures tomorrow, 50s and 60s to start. the big changes are right there around lunch time. i 4:00 tomorrow, there is no 90s on the map. we are in the mid-80s. that looks a lot better than 99 degrees. 70s and 80s across the north bay. mid-80s across south bay. san francisco to oakland, temperatures should not get all
that warm tomorrow thanks to the small breezy conditions across the bay. but everything changes again on monday. looks like we copy and paste today's forecast into monday. upper 90s making a comeback near fairfield. san jose, mid-80s. and then we see temperatures cooling a little bit into tuesday. looks like monday will be the hottest day for the first half of next week. right now, no signs of any lightning and thunder around the bay area. the southern sarah, somebody on wednesday could see a return of the monsoon moisture approaching out of arizona. semper cisco will cool down, it will be breezy and a little chilly tomorrow rebounding into 70s monday and it's a roller coaster ride asked temperatures continuing to go down tomorrow and climb back up monday and the middle part of the week cod a lot of ul
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unauthenticated apple one computer prototype from the mid- 1970s has sold at auction for nearly $700,000. the buyer, a bay area collector. prototype was used by apple cofounder steve jobs back in 1976. he used it to demonstrate the apple one to the owner of the bike shop in mountain view which was one of the first personal computer stores in the world. jobs gave the prototype about 30 years ago. collector that wishes to remain anonymous won the six and $77,000 bid on thursday. keep all of your old stuff. big enough to devour a
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the golden heart run returns to levi stadium today. >> the three mile fun run and walk brought in the community. official ray starters taking home first place was runner anthony cortez from half moon bay who comes out, year after year. >> this is my fourth in a row from 2015 16, 17, and 2022. >> was going to the last 100 meters and i just went as fast as i could. >> i love it. adorable.
so the run supports the golden heart fund of layer communities and also allows former 49ers to support each other navigating the challenges that come with life after football. >> very nice event. i'm psyched after hearing from her. tonight, the deadly terror siege on a hotel, a bomb explodes at a luxury hotel in africa as terrorists storm in. at least 20 killed, dozens more injured. children and other guests rescued hostages trapped inside for more than a day as the battle raged. is ukraine now taking the fight to russia new attacks deep into russian-held territor a drone targeting a navy base as ukrainians parade burnt-out russian tanks through their capital. extreme flooding across the southwest parks turned into lakes, a school bus filled with children stranded for hours, 18 million at risk. plus, the tropical stor