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>> mary will talk to us about what. right now we have cooler temperatures. >> today and tomorrow we are looking at that stronger ocean breeze. for cooler temperatures below average for this time of year. running about two to four degrees below average. we will [inaudible] by the end of the workweek. a live look with the south bay, san jose camera with the clouds in the sky. we are talking temperatures in the mid to upper 50's. as we head through the day today from daytime highs in to the 90's inland yesterday, now we are talking 70's and 80's. 77 san jose, 86 concord, 89 antioch and fairfield up and 9 for santa rosa. highs along the coast in the upper 50's to low 60's. let's check in with traffic. we are doing all right this
morning. just the usual stuff. if you are a super commuter going onto westbound 580 that's where we are seeing all the brake lights. 34 minutes from 205 toward 680. that really is it. that is our slowest spot. if you are going out early you are good to go on most of the westbound 80, highway 4 and 101 all clear with no delays. live look at 880. this is near oakland, near the coliseum and traffic is moving without any delays or issues. if you are going south of there onto the san mateo bridge it's only a 12 minute travel time. the tail lights working their way westbound toward101. everything showing up in the green and that's good news. this is a bit of a worry. a study reporting day substantial increase in coronavirus cases in children. >> the numbers started to trend upwards as the delta variant became dominant. more than 72,000 new cases in
children from july 22nd to the 29th a week before, only about -- 39,000 cases. we reported in children, meaning cases jumped 84% in a week. liberty union high school district is reporting 15 cases in students just days after they went back to class. all of them are isolating. the school district said it'll keep schools open despite cases seen in students and staff. the question a lot of are you asking, should teachers be required to be vaccinated since so many students are too young to be? >> the marin county school district is kicking around the idea today. justin andrews is ll valley. good morning. >> good morning. this is already a mandate for marin private schools. when it comes to public schools and the leaders they will discuss that later today. right now though, they are waiting to hear from the marin public health officials to see
what their recommendation is at that webinar later this afternoon. about 96% of the staff with in the marin county office of education verified they have been vaccinated. marin previously announced an indoor mask mandate for all 8 to 12 students and staff regardless of their vaccination status. health leaders here are disturbed by the delta variant transmission to children. >> i'm also quite worried about transmission the other way and that is adults who aren't vaccinated giving it to children. if you look at texas and florida the number of child patients being admitted to icu's with severe coronavirus is starting to climb. it's becoming a crisis. it is -- the responsibility of everybody who can be vaccinated to be vaccinated to protect these children. >> after that 1:00 meeting we
should know if marin public school employees will be required to get vaccinated. we will keep you posted on that. we are live in mill valley. >> a quick question. it takes a while to get people vaccinated, especially if you have to get two doses. is there time to do this before school starts? >> well that's something they will probably be discussing today. when you think about it does take a while to get vaccinated. i did do some reading this morning and there are a lot of teachers and staff members across, you know marin county, that have been vaccinated. they have a high vaccination number. that could be helpful when it comes to making sure the students -- excuse me, that these teachers and staff members get vaccinated. i will send it back to you. kpix5 is your home for the latest. head to kp ib.com and every day medical experts are weighing in
on what you need to know about the coronavirus crisis. san francisco is making easier for people to get vaccinated. looking live right now mobile vaccine units have been on the move since february but now they started going directly to groups of five to 12 people wanting to get a shot at their home or workplace. all that's needing is an appointment with the department of public health. >> i try to inform people. it's just giving them the information that they don't have provided to them. >> some encouraging news on california's vaccination effort. the governor said that the state has seen a 41% increase in vaccinations over the last two weeks. coming up later in a live interview a local lawmaker's push to require vaccine proof at indoor restaurants and gyms. a homicide investigation is underway in pleasant hill after police found a man in someone's living room shot to death. new video shows a heavy police
presence. before shots rang out officers say they got several calls about a man behaving strangely, vandalizing parked cars, banging on windows and trying to enter homes in the area. police say that the involved parties in the shootings are cooperating with investigators. new video out of oakland this morning of yet another business being robbed. this time a thai restaurant. this video has been viewed thousands of times since betty posted it over night. here is a close look at what happened last saturday right before closing on international boulevard. two men wearing hoodies, their faces covered walk inside pointing a gun as they approach the cash register. after taking the cash they walk back out. the owner said that he lost a full day of sales. oakland police are investigating. the worker wasn't hurt but is shaken up. if you shop at broadway plaza don't be surprised if you see a
police officer at nordstrom. the city council has approved an agreement on an effort to crack down on thefts. the family of a missing runner from berkeley never gave up hope that he would be found alive. this morning they are mourning. search teams have found a body matching the description of the 38-year-old. >> the berkeley father of two had been missing since july 10th and authorities say a searcher found the body yesterday on the northern part of the ridge, roughly 250 yards off a game trail used by wildlife and a quarter mile from the trail used by runners and hikers. it was in a wooded area with a lot of brush and wouldn't have been seen by fly over crews. >> especially his family wants to know why and how. how did this happen? why did it happen? we will do everything to make sure we are doing our job. >> investigators are now collecting evidence to try to find out how he ended up there
and why searchers weren't able to find him. some worry they could have done more to bring him home alive. new this morning a terrible accident in southern california. a police dog reportedly bit a 5- year-old in the head. it happened in south pasadena at a national night out event. the boy's father said that he and officers had to pull the dog off the boy. the boy was treated at the scene before being taken to the hospital. >> did would be no different than if they were doing a gun demo and a gun went off. i find it irresponsible. the police -- they were just pretty -- we talked to the police they were dismissive about it. they were just like, hey, you know, calm down, accidents happen. >> police say they are investigating the incident right now. the extent of the boy's injuries are unknown. time now is 5:08. the drought forcing ranchers to
coronavirus test could be here to stay. the slow streets that may be sticking around. and later a bay area mayor accused of misusing her office. and a deeper marine layer and what that means. gray skies and drizzle along the coast. let's go live outside before we head to break. if you want to get vaccinated today head to diablo valley college. you can walk in. people can pick from a one dose or two dose (“lovely day” instrumental) my heart failure diagnosis changed my priorities. i want time for the people i love. my heart doesn't pump enough blood so my doctor gave me farxiga.
it helps my heart do its job better. farxiga helps keep me living life and out of the hospital for heart failure. do not take if allergic to farxiga. symptoms of a serious allergic reaction include rash, swelling, difficulty breathing or swallowing. stop taking and seek medical help right away. tell your doctor right away if you have red color in urine or pain while you urinate, or a genital area infection since a rare but serious genital infection may be life-threatening. do not take farxiga if you have severe kidney problems or are on dialysis. other serious side effects include dehydration, sudden kidney problems genital yeast and bacterial infections in women and men, urinary tract infections, and low blood sugar. stop taking farxiga and call your doctor right away if you have symptoms of ketoacidosis which is serious and may lead to death. more time with her? sounds good to me. ♪far-xi-ga♪ if you can't afford your medication, astrazeneca may be able to help.
on the fire watch the dixie fire is forcing thousands more to evacuate as strong winds and try conditions fan the flames near chester. this video shows the intensity of the fire. the flames engulfing trees near greenville. this morning crews worry if they don't get the fire contained that strong winds could cause it to explode. over the weekend cal fire
got a handle on the blaze and people were allowed to return home. with monday's winds picked up dry brush and trees lit up like match sticks. the back and forth is frustrating for crews and people evacuating. >> they lifted evacuations and then reinstated them. >> the way the fires and the smoke and the wind has been picking up in the alerts. you just have to kind of be ready. >> cal fire said the biggest concern is that high winds could let the fire jump containment lines and spark new fires. happening today the governor will host a briefing on the burn scar of the 2020 august complex fires. the united states agriculture secretary and the forest service fire chief will also be there. they will discuss the state federal collaboration on fuel management work in the area. amid the drought state water regulators voted to enact a drastic emergency order that
bans thousands of people, mainly farmers, from using stream and river water. they are calling unprecedented because it includes senior water rights holders across the state. water use for drinking, bathing and household purposes are not affected by the order. and some california cattle ranchers sate lack of rain and growing wildfires are forcing them to sell their herds. casey stone and his family operate a cattle company in yolo county. they have 7500 acres. now with water cuts, growing hay is rough. to save the ranch stone said he will have to sell 40% of his cattle. >> are you keeping the factory that produces that income year after year. if you have to sell the cow herd you can't just replace that. it takes two years to get a breeding cow. >> raising cows for milk or meat is a ten billion dollars a
year business. and a new report shedding light on the dangers of lead exposure in the neighborhoods near a airport. >> it the study looked at blood samples from children and found their lead levels were dangerous dangerously high. >> we know from studies that there just is no safe level of lead. >> we are breathing in. it is going in the dirt. when we walk on the dirt we are trekking it inside. >> a pilot's group said that about 90% of the fleet will switch to unleaded fuel. time now is 5:15. let's get a look at your forecast and a check in with mary. little bit cool. >> we are tracking this stronger ocean breeze. cooler temperatures running about two to four degrees below
average for this time of year. you will feel that difference outside. here is a live look with the san francisco camera looking at knobb hill. you can see the foggy conditions as we start off the day and tracking a little bit of drizzle along the coast this morning. temperatures right now in the mid to upper 50's as we start off the day and just a light westerly wind for many of us as we kick off the wednesday. that delta breeze in fairfield at 24 miles an hour. we have that off shore low pressure system. that's why we are looking at that stronger sea breeze for a deepening marine layer and the cooler temperatures. taking you hour by hour you can see the skies slowly clearing inland and for parts of the bay but you can see that cloud cover still along the coast and the immediate coastline dealing with those clouds. as we head through tonight and tomorrow morning moreextensive for that marine stratus. still cool temperatures once again for tomorrow. talking about the air quality, good air quality for the north
bay, east bay and peninsula. moderate for the coast and for the south bay. as we take you with the smoke forecast you can see the winds pushing the smoke away from us today and for tomorrow still looking good. as we look to friday and the end of the week there's a chance to see some smoke, maybe ibushed on. this point are looking e hazy skies aloft and not affecting the air quality at the moment. we will watch that closely for you. as we look to the peninsula. daytime highs in the 70's. for the south bay, 77 in san jose as well as for santa clara, upper 8o's for morgan hill. for the inland east bay after highs in to the 90's yesterday we are talking 80's today. mid-80s's for the daytime highs for you in concord, pleasant hill, 89 in antioch, looking at low to mid-80s's for the tri valley. 91 in brentwood. as we look around the bay, 64
in san francisco, upper 60's, close to 70 for oakland and alameda. 70 for san lea in, dro. 70's to about 80 degrees for sonoma this afternoon and 97 for ukia. that extended forecast, seven day forecast around the bay. we are looking at temperatures that are going to be warming up as we look to the end of the workweek on friday. also the south bay in san jose in the low 80's. inland east bay the hottest day of the week for you on friday, in the mid9o's. the north bay in to the upper 80's and low to mid-60s's long the coast over the next several days. it's busy for super commuters. we have that those brake lights through the pass. it is getting a little busy there. speeds dipping down about 12 miles an hour as you connect off that 205, 580 connector. once are you past all that you will have that extra volume.
live look here, headlights going toward that 580, 680 connector. your travel time is getting slower but looks better as you approach 680 through there. give yourself about 37 minutes 205 toward 680. 6840680 is clear. east shore still clear. about 17 minutes now from highway 4 to the maze. that looks like we are starting to see that extra volume on that westbound 80 commute. highway 4, 101. northbound 101 out -- which is the case for the bay bridge toll plaza getting just a little busy. just a little crowded into san francisco. travel times still looking pretty good. only about seven minutes to go from the maze as you head into the city and no metering lights just yet. we will let you know when they turn them on, usual lip as they get closer to 6:00. the san mateo bridge. time of 12 minutes to go
between 880 toward 101. a quick live look at 880 here through oakland near the coliseum. traffic moving nicely in both directions. south of there you shouldn't have any brake lights through heyward or as you work into fremont. some slow streets are going to be kept around for the city. here to stay. they were put in at the start of the pandemic to give residents more space outside and to discourage auto traffic. so far the the board has officially approved making four of the 31 slow streets across the city permanent. those streets are lake street in the richmond district. golden gate avenue, sanchez street. the catch -- now we areswitching to sports. masks are now required at the indoor bars, and entertainment spaces and the suites where members of different houses are gathered.
the giants will enforce the same mandates. the niners will issue their own guidance before the pre-season starts and that won't belong. the team turned up things a notch with their first practice in pads and a reminder kpix5 is your home for 49ers pre-season football. we will bring you all the action live starting on saturday august 14th. now to the nba. seth curry will call chase center home for at least the next five years. hopefully his whole career. >> and he agreed to a new $215 million deal it. runs through 2026. meanwhile here is what the doves will wear during their 75th season. the new look is actually a throw back to their early years of the franchise in philadelphia. the time now is 5:21. a rescued bear on the run this morning. >> is he not well enough.
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a bear cub rescue from a fire has escaped from his recovey center. >> the bear was taken to the lake tahoe wildfire care center with burns on all four paws. the bear managed to tunnel under a fence and get out. they say he is not in any immediate danger. he isn't a threat. is he only six months old but they need to find him. >> he is not well enough. his wounds haven't started to heal. >> i can't imagine him walking around with his paws the way they were. >> officials think the baby bear is looking for his mom. >> i hope they find him. 5:25 in the next half hour and streaming on cbsn. coso be hers and staff vaher scol y strict. and new york city requiring proof of vaccination if you
pfizer vaccine get full approval. . and the new destinations the state department is putting on the no this morning. good morning. it's wednesday, august 4th. >> lynn has the day off. a cooldown for you midweek. >> it won't last long. mary a warm up apparently on the way. >> that's right. cooler temperatures today and tomorrow. we will heat it up as we look ahead to friday to end the workweek, especially for the inland locations. bit of a roller coaster ride with the temperatures. here is a live look at the south bay san josecamera. 59 in san jose. concord you are coming in at 58, livermore 56, 55 in san francisco and santa rosa at 53. as we head through the day today, the afternoon high temperatures about two to four degrees below average for this time of year. after the 80's and 90's yesterday we are talking 70's and 80's this afternoon inland around the bay in the 60's and
along the coast cool, cloudy and breezy in the low 60's. talk more about what you can expect where you live coming up. legalities check this with gianna. we are seeing some slow spots this morning. it's for that drive along westbound 580. if you are hitting the roadways early this morning it's a little bit slow. give yourself about 38 minutes. other than that on the east shore highway 4 clear as well as 101. if you are going out of san jose good morning to you and right now traffic is moving at the limit. looking good at the bay bridge toll plaza. a few more cars on the roadway but no metering lights and an easy commute. seven minutes. that's if if you are going out of oakland, emoryville from the maze into the city. here is a quick look at the bridges at the travel times here and everything is in the green. san jose unified did it. proof of vaccination for teachers may soon be a reality in the north bay. >> school and health leaders will discuss that idea today. justin andrews is live in mill
valley. how soon could this be a mandate? > following that 1:00 meeting later today we should know if the public school employees here in marin will be required to get th that wimabeinwith the marin public school leaders and then make a decision on what could happen when it comes to the recommendations. marin county previously announced the indoor mask mandate for all k through 12 students and staff regardless of vaccination status. about 96% of the staff with in the marin county office of education have verified they have been fully vaccinated. josh becker called on school districts to mandate vaccines for employees. >> we are at a tipping point in our fight against coronavirus.
the delta variant is clearly an issue and in many ways it takes us back to where we are in march of 2020. in march of 2020 we didn't have defense. now we do. we have vaccine. >> there is already a vaccine mandate for marin prevail private schools so we will see if the public schools follow suit. >> thank you. we are your home for all things back to school. for the latest on reopening plans in your district, head to kpix.com and every day bay area medical experts weighing in on what you need to know about the coronavirus crisis on cbsn bay area. the new york times reports that the fda is moving as fast as possible to fully approve the pfiz, r vaccine. >> the agency is aiming to complete it by next month on labor day or sooner. so for in the united states less than half of the population is fully vaccinated
and we are averaging more than 85,000 new cases a day. dr. fauci said the final approval could motivate more people to be vaccinated. >> you have a new way for the vaccine that goes to a full approval that may influence on what goes on. we are collecting the data for what we need. >> in a poll by the kai ser family foundation it found out that three of eve ten found out they would be more open to get the shot if it's approved. new york city announced a sweeping vaccine mandate. starting in mid-september people will have to proof they are vaccinated if they want to eat indoors and attend performances. >> it's time for people to see vaccination as necessary to living a good and full and healthy life. >> could san francisco follow new york's lead? we are live with a city supervisor pushing for it coming up at six.
new this morning some european nations are preparing to give out coronavirus booster shots. starting next month germany and france have said the elderly and immune compromised will be eligible. they are also prepared to offer boosters. here in the bay area there's a new plan to mix vaccines to increase their effectiveness. the san francisco department of public health just announced it'll allow residents to receive the johnson and johnson single dose vaccine. it comes amid reports that the j and j shot is about 60% effective against the delta variant. >> this is better than not having any vaccination alone. the message is still get the first vaccine that you can get. if you have an opportunity to get the mrna vaccine, please go head and do so because it seems to offer better protectie cdc i booster slots.
the booster shots should be available later this week. we are now six weeks out from the recall election which is essentially a vote on the governor's handling of the pandemic. will he stay or will he go? new poll numbers show its anyone's guess. >> as it turns out coronavirus is reemerging so the governor will have to handle it. >> i will vet for vote for not recall. >> i think it needs to happen. >> you are pro recall. >> totally. >> how close it depends to be depends on one thing and that is whether democrats take the time to vote. >> ballots will start going out by mail later this month. san francisco mayor has
agreed to pay nearly $23,000 in finals for ethics violations this is concerns the acceptance of gifts and campaign contributions. the ethics commission called them significant. >> i hope that the thutstcoup which, again, is not directly related to the challenges that exist in this stipulation. i would hope that my record and what i have done over the past couple of years will make a difference as well as the work i'm doing -- that i do moving forward. >> one of the allegations against the mayor that she allowed the former head of the san francisco public works department to pay for the repair of her car. she has since been charged by the fbi with fraud. there has been mounting pressure for new york governor to step down. findings of an investigation released tuesday revealed that the three term democratic governor sexually harassed at least 11 home inside and
outside of government and created a hostile work environment. hethe president and house speaker are among those calling for him to resign. it's time now for your money watch report. this morning a cryptocurrency crack down. we are live from the new york stock exchange. >> good morning. the headst security and exchanges commission said the agency is planning tighter regulation of virtual currency. the chairman said that the markets are rife with fraud but free of oversight. he likened it to the wild west and called on congress to expand the sec's authority to protect the investors. american families in more debt now than ever before. according to the federal reserve bank of new york
americans held nearly $15 trillion of debt at the end of june. mortgages are the biggest part. car loans are also on the rise. the fed said families putting more on their credit cards but that debt is still lower than before the pandemic. americans aren't sanitizing like they did during the part start of the pandemic. shares of chlorox fell with a 9% drop in year over year sales. it was also down 9% yesterday. they blamed reduced remand for cleaning products. we have to pick this back up. people need to start cleaning. >> and i'm hearing that [inaudible] is cutting back on had the beer selection,. >> yeah. your favorite budget brew may be getting the boot. cooos will cut 11 of its economy brands. they said the cut also allow it
to focus on higher end brands. >> all right. thank you. and we will see you again when the stock market opens at 6:30. thank you. time is 5:39. the do not travel list expanding. where you can no longer go. and coming up. >> what you will need in addition to a ticket to see the san francisco symphony starting on friday. and later disney is bringing back it's annual pass but in a different format. all right. well happy wednesday. here is a live look with the treasure island camera as we look to san francisco and you can see that fog out there as we start off the day. i'm tracking on shore flow for cooler temperatures, the forecast coming up. and here is a live look outside before we head to break from our roof camera and there is the bay bridge this morning. we will be right back.
the time is 5:43. here is the option. head to diablo valley college. you don't need the appointment. people can pick from the one or two dose vaccine. and developing this morning, more trouble for spirit airlines. the low cost carrier canceled more than 400 flights yesterday alone. it's the third straight day of high cancellations. spirit is blaming bad weather,
system outages and staffing shortages. and a live look right now at sfo this morning. a handful of new countries under the state department's do not travel list. hot spots include greece, ireland and the marshall islands. the cdc issued a similar advisory earlier this week. meanwhile royal caribbean announced it's complete line up of cruises will be sailing by spring of 2022. all crew members and guests will be required to befully vaccinated, children will have to be tested prior to the trip. no businesses are adjusting to the indoor mask mandate now in effect for most of the bay area. masks required signs greet customers. people can take them off to eat or drink but have you to wear them at the gym and stores and some shop ownersrry the new guidance could affect business. >> my biggest fear
will it go downhill from here? that is the biggest fear. we don't want to go back to 75% or 50%. we don't want the bars to close. > >> some say they hope that the precautions will force people to realize that the surge in cases and hospitalizations is something to take seriously. all right. soon you will need more than just a ticket to watch the symphony live. >> they just announced updated protocols for events like this. starting on friday you will need to give proof of vaccination to attend live performances. masks are also required and must be worn at all times. other safety measures include increased cleaning before performances and no touch or low touch experience while you are there. it's 5:45. let's get a look at weather and traffic. i will have traffic in just a minute. right now it's your wednesday
forecast. >> hey. happy wednesday. we are looking at cooler temperatures with that stronger ocean breeze. a deeper marine layer and you can see that fog on the san francisco camera. hard to make out the buildings out there at this hour. we are looking at temperatures in the mid to upper 50's and even a little bit of drizzle along the coast. let's walk you through the day in san francisco. in the city, we are looking at some clearing as we go through the day today. it'll be a little bit cooler. we are talking 63 for a high and those westerly winds, that ocean breeze kicking in. in oakland, the east bay looking at upper 60's this afternoon and we are going to see some sunshine as we go through the day with that ocean breeze and in the south bay, in san jose, for a high. cooler compared to yesterday. two to four degrees below average. here is the satellite and radar. you can see the low su
system off shore and that is deepening the marine layer for us and bringing the cooler temperatures and that stronger on shore flow. as we take you hour by hour in future cast you can see that slow burn off. little moore widespread and temperatures will stay on the cool side for tomorrow as well. the sunrise at 6:16 and the sunset at 8:14. our daytime highs for the peninsula in the 70's. 73 for a high in san mateo. redwood city at 77. 77 as well for the south bay, a warm day in morgan hill at 88 degrees. as we look to the inland east bay after highs in the 90's. many of us in the 80's for the inland east bay from concord, topping out at 86, also for pleasant hill at 85, 89
antioch. 91 brentwood and low to mid- 80s's for the tri valley as we head through the day today. 62 in daley city, upper 60's alameda, 70 san leandro and the north bay highs in to the 70's into the 80's. the 90's for ukia, clear lake and lake port. here is the seven day forecast around the bay. san francisco and for oakland. with low warm it up as we look ahead to the end of the workweek on friday. same for the south bay and san jose into the low 80's. inland east bay the hottest day for you on friday coming our way in the mid-90s for the inland east bay and then the north bay looking at upper 80's by friday and low to mid-60s's along the coast with the clouds. any hot spots? >> we are getting word of a trouble spot into the traffic center. broken down vehicle westbound 580 at grant line and it's blocking a couple of right lanes or at least the right lane there and traffic is busy
out of tracy onto 580. that's adding to more break lights. we normally see in this area for your morning ride. 45 minutes to go from 205 toward 680. we will let you know when they clear that out. maybe give yourself a few extra minutes. live look at our camera at the dublin. you can see all that extra volume for the headlights headed through that commute direction, heaped toward 680. the rest of the travel times still holding steady. seeing a lot of green popping up here. westbound 80 no problems. highway 4 all good and northbound 101 looking pretty good out of san jose along the peninsula. if you are traveling out of morgan hill we have a few brake lights. bay bridge toll plaza no metering lights just yet. traffic has been light through here this morning. travel time at about ten minutes. about seven minutes, about ten minutes ago. if you are going out of the east bay in to the city things should move okay through there. a quick live look at 880 near the oakland coliseum. traffic is moving at the limit.
we have extra volume as you work toward oakland. possibly toward the maze and if you are going south of there toward the san mateo bridge no troubles through heyward, san mateo bridge. over toward 101. give yourself about 12 minutes to work across the span. those tail lights headed toward foster city. time now for a look at this morning's entertainment headlines. if you are going to sun dance next january, pack your warm clothes and proof of vaccination. the film festival is requiring that everybody who attended be fully vaccinated. the festival will also offer its films digitally for fans at home. former president obama turns 60 today. happy birthday. is he the focus of a doary. it loo fe, reerand es he faced as the country's first black president. the series finishes up tonight
and tomorrow on hbo. and a classic story gets it's latest update in the new trailer for cinderella. a dress maker looking to make her own way in the world. the cast of the musical includes pierce brosnon. sounds good. a new option for frequent visitors to disneyland. and later the dixie fire jumping a highway in greenville. and coming up today on the drew barrymore show the united states verses billy holiday director lee daniels stops by to chat. that's all today at two. and the time now is 5:51. looking live outside at the
(“lovely day” instrumental) my heart failure diagnosis changed my priorities. i want time for the people i love. my heart doesn't pump enough blood it helps my heart do its job better. farxiga helps keep me living life and out of the hospital for heart failure. do not take if allergic to farxiga. symptoms of a serious allergic reaction include rash, swelling, difficulty breathing or swallowing. stop taking and seek medical help right away.
tell your doctor right away if you have red color in urine or pain while you urinate, or a genital area infection since a rare but serious genital infection may be life-threatening. do not take farxiga if you have severe kidney problems or are on dialysis. other serious side effects include dehydration, sudden kidney problems genital yeast and bacterial infections in women and men, urinary tract infections, and low blood sugar. stop taking farxiga and call your doctor right away if you have symptoms of ketoacidosis which is serious and may lead to death. more time with her? sounds good to me. ♪far-xi-ga♪ if you can't afford your medication, astrazeneca may be able to help.
good morning to you. it's 54:54. i want to update you on weather conditions for the dixie fire and a red flag warning will go into effect in that region from 1:00 p.m. today until 8:00 p.m. tomorrow. so this is -- a big concern for us because we are talking about critical fire weather conditions. temperatures will be hot. we will talking 90's to triple digits. low relative humidity. about 5 to 15% and winds gusting up to possibly 35 miles an hour. back to you. disney fan you will be
excited about this. a new reason to celebrate at the happiest place on earth. >> members of disney's fan club will be able to buy yearly passes again. the new program is called magic key. it is similar to other programs but with different price levels and blackout dates. guests can make reservations for disneyland and california adventure every day of the year depending on availability. >> the prices betser than what we are expecting. they are at for below what they were in 2020. >> you can buy the magic key starting on august 25th. the time is 5:55. after a rash of grab and run robberies the 200,000 dollars change coming to a popular mall. and coming up in the next half hour, should teachers be required to be vaccinated? the bay area school district considering the change today. we are live. and here is a live look outside at the mark hopkins before we head to break.
right now on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area a home intruder shot to death. what happened. and before kids go back to school should teachers be required to be vaccinated. new york city did it, could san francisco be next in one city leader is for an indoor vaccine mandate. he joins us live later. and armed robbers clean out the cash drawer at an east bay noodle shop. good morning. it is wednesday, august 4th. cooler today but a warm up is on the way.
>> yeah. mary lee shows us when we will start seeing warmer temperatures. >> good morning to you. that's right. we are looking at cooler temperatures today and tomorrow with that ocean breeze kicking in for us. that stronger on shore flow by the end of a workweek on friday. get ready for the heat. especially inland. in the meantime we have that marine stratus working in. you can see the foggy conditions on the roof camera this morning and the temperatures are running in the mid to upper 50's. as we head through the an, after highs yesterday inland in to the 80's and 90's we are talking 70's and 80's. 77 san jose, concord at 86 and 77 for the napa valley. around the bay in the 60's some some clearing. 63 in san francisco, upper 60's in oakland with that ocean breeze and cool, cloudy and breezy in the low 60's. let's check in with gianna. if you are getting ready to