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millennium drought as we try to decolonize our energy system. it it is a high wire act, if you will. this weekend will bring ar test. august of 2020, a month that brought lightning, fires, and he waves, and rolling blacks for 2 million californians. >> we feel angry actually. why this happens in state like us, in a country like ours. >> you have to make sure as you shut the dirty thing down, the claim thing is already up and running, or you are going to have a problem. that was maybe part was exposed a little bit a couple of years ago. >> reporter: michael is with thd woods institute for the environment. he says 2020 did produce some changes. >> the last two years have seen a massive effort to deploy energy storage, to keep power ps online, open new power plants,
to make sure that we have the rs available for just a heat wave e this weekend. >> reporter: the state has also changed how it forecasts energy demand, especially after outcomes into our hydro productn into our hydro production. regulators say regional heat waves pose a challenge. >> if we get into an extreme event, we will see where we are very humble about what might ha. about what might happen. >> it is going to be a test of the work we have done in california. the utilities, the regulators, the governor's team. . but i think it is a test where where we are much better to mee. to meet it. >> reporter: one it is good news as we look at the tea for satuy the tea for saturday and sunday, sunday, energy use in california, usually a little lower on the weekends. we are he in sonoma county, wilson walker. >> another consideration, the heatwave is expected to impact r expected to impact other states,
which means less flexibility in in buying power outside of california. > >> let's get to the truth serum for the numbers. we are bracing for triple digits. >> it begins where you are. this this will not be a major event around the coast or the bay. tes will be warm, but not excessively hot to go further i. to go further inland. the entire entire bay area still under an excessive heat watch from satury heat watch from saturday through through tuesday. as we get closer to the heat building in, this will get narrowed down. we will see a heat advisory probably an excess of heat warning for endless parts of the the bay area. the heat advisory right around the bay. inland, temperatures from the mid to upper 90s in the santa clara valley up to 110 degrees inland. inland. moderate heat risk means that people who have had healts have had health sensitivities to to the he may have some issues. the high heat risk means even gy healthy people may have some heat-related health problems. that will be the case for parts
of the north bay. the vegetation vegetation is going to be drying drying out. the good news is right now, thanks to the mariner being so deep the last 10 days or so, the fire fuels are at nol levels. but as the heat builds, we will be and record dry terri. and record dry territory. we will take a look at how long the the normal temperatures are going to stick around for the heat builds coming up in a few minutes. > >> is the bay area races for the the upcoming heatwave, fire crews will also be a high alertn fire station, los gatos, is preparing for a busy labor day weekend. firefighters will have additional staffing and an extra extra fire engine up in the dry south bay hills. during a severe severe drought, crews no just oe spark can ignite a wild fire. >> >> the best word i can think of is anxious. we have had year after year after year of just dg wild fire up and down california . i think a lot of us have adjud to that reality.
>> fire weather expert say that although soil most are content s been average, extremely hot gems gems can make fire danger much . fire danger much worse. > >> exactly one year after the caldor fire tore through sierra at tahoe, the resort is making plans to reopen this winter. the the cbs reporter shows us, getting skiers and snowboarders back down the mountain will be n uphill climb. >> reporter: one year ago, the caldor fire tore through tahoe, burning down the popular ski resort loved by locals. >> we saw the mountain term for this ashy gray into this bright. into this bright orange. we had to accept that the fire was coming into the mountains. >> reporter: snow covering sierra at tahoe was replaced by charged chairlis replaced by charged chairlifts,h covered trails, and birch trees. >> it's extremely hard. not juse employees, but season pass holds but season pass holders who have have grown up on this mountain.
>> reporter: after one year of g one year of waiting, visitors can look forward to fresh powder powder once again. >> we are really excited to wele our guests back. we got to work the day we were allowed back one mountain. quite literally, rising to the ashes. >> reporter: sierra at top host said 1600 acs were burned. they are relying ol are relying on federal funding and community donations to bring bring in the millions of dollard to remove more than 14,000 trees and fix the damage caused by te caldor fire. >> we have all come together top bring sierra back to her knew. >> reporter: helicopter crews carried materials to the top ofe mountain. trucks deliver equipment to fix the resort below. staff at sierra at tahoee hopeful for the winter season ahead. >> we know the landscape is going to look different. but when we go to the top today and looked down, what we see is opp. we see is opportunity.
>> people here in the bay area have been cutting back on their water usage, but officials say it's just not enough. >> californians have stepped up before. we are asking them to step up again. we are pairing ts with generational investments. we ensure like moving forward, we are going to experience these these conditions. we are going to be more well-equipped. >> east bay mud customers have cut down a water usage by 15% se 2020. and alameda county, customers have cut down by 20% . down by 20% overall. > >> this thursday at 7:00 p.m., cbs stations across california are joining forces to present p: forces to present parched: california's climate crisis. find out why this drought is unlike the others. who is getting hit the hardest, and hou can prepare. > >> this evening, community members in oakland are calling to end gun violence after a 13-year-old was shot yesterday near a school. oakland police nw for the incident was not a delie school shooting, and it is not
appear the victim was the intended target. police say the suspected shooter is a 12-year-d student at madison park academy. . the victim is in stable condi. is in stable condition. families families and advocates of otherg victims held a rally to address the uptick in gun violence. some some say the real thing hurting the community isn't the bulletss apathy. >> you have a 12-year-old and 1d in distress. no amount of policing going to stop that. we are looking for solutions. we are looking for people who save those children matter. > >> still ahead on kpix 5 and cbs news bay area, miles of rural roads set to undergo repairs and some of county. why the people who would normally appreciate a smoother ride are worried. > >> local efforts to fight hunger. > >> how did trey lance react to jimmy garoppolo retu what's the difference between prop 26 and prop 27? 26? not one dime to get people off the streets and into housing
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>> new at 6:00, controversy oved repairs in san mateo county. the the county is resurfacing 50 miles of roads near the coast, which are some of the most popular areas in the bay area for bicyclists. but as we repor, we report, this type of resurfacing being redone means y can't use the road safely. >> reporter: higgins road just off of highway one is one of the the roads being repaved with whs called a chip seal surface. basically, they lay down a tar and put all of this gravel over the top of it. cyclist say the problem is, gravel makes a dangerous for many months. riding one what should be some of the most enjoyable coast doae most enjoyable coast doable roads. >> this is not fun. it requirest
requ cfocus, and there is a fear factor. because of the gravel. >> reporter: the gravel. 50 fresh and loose mouse a bit on every writable country road wesf skyline. it has the bicycle comy an up or because the services dangerous. the county itself installed signs warning againste riding because of the project. >> people can crash to make it a a patch of loose stones, especially if they are descending and turning. >> reporter: the county says the the chip seal method is preferred because it's cost-effe preferred because it's cost-effe preferred because it's cost-effe preferred because it's cost-effe preferred because it's cost-effe preferred because it's cost-effe preferred because it's cost-effe preferred because it's cost-effe preferred because it's cost-effe preferred becaus , it can be used by vehicle traffic soon after it's laid down. in a statement, the county county says it's always lookingo improve service to residents, but it should be noted that the roads to receive a chip seal as part of the project have all received chip seals previously, and the existing roadway surface surface is chip seal, which the
bicycling community have been eg community have been enjoying your local residents are pleased pleased the roads are being redone, but they, too, had mixed had mixed feelings. >> i don't mean to be a stick in in the mud, but it's not the right product for this in the roads. >> they are obligated to engage in dialogue with that community, particularly when there's something that's going to happen happen that is going to cause detriment to that community. that didn't happen here. >> reporter: he says this is his last ride on on these roads and won't be back back until the road is safer people on two wheels. > >> an ace they call respect is talking about the hunger crisis in the bay area and around the . representative mark also shared policies he is working on in d.. in d.c. >> here in the bay area, most pe , most people, supermarkets with with lots of food. we are fortu. food. we are fortunate. there are people here who suffer trying to get a meal every day. when we pass legislation to reae
agricultural bill's, that helpss , that helps americans, but it helps people all around the wor. all around the world. >> he also toured the food bank of contra costa and solano county. his visit comes ahead ot comes ahead of last month's summit on nutrition and health. > >> preparing for the heat wave coming up. we have a couple of days coming up. >> it's appropriate. we want to take a different step up. it wot be stupid hot. some of the hottest spots will approach 110 degrees. this will be statewide, statewide, which is why we are concerned about power outages. e more day of near average tempers on wednesday. just savor that. everyone should be within 5 degrees of average for wednesda. average for wednesday afternoon. onshore breeze continues. we dt lose the onshore influence as we
we head into the weekend. while all of the bay area is included in the excessive heat watch, coastal regions will be excluded from warnings and advisories ad warnings and advisories around the bay. further inland, this wl be probably increased. even mido upper 90s is hot enough. it's easy to overdo it. what kind of here in talking about? thursday and friday, the warmest spots will hit the upper 90s already.l days of above 100 degree high ts inland in the east bay north bay bay and into the santa clara vay the santa clara valley, mid to upper 90s. that, combined with the air-quality, could cause health concerns. we are in the yellow category, that is moderae category, that is moderate, for the entire bay area. that is where we will stay. some of thee some of the smoke has blown down down into our skies, but the buk of it is often ground-level. ground-level air-quality hasn'td
the unhealthy thresholds. we will keep you updated as we head head into the hot we can. you can see the haze as we look our san jose where the temperature is 75 degrees as of 6:00. 75 in santa rosa as well. even the low low spots are only in the low 80s. enjoy the pleasant tempera. the fog is going to try to push into the inland valleys. futurecast a little more impressed about how far it might might make it into the inland valleys. it dissipates quickly. temperatures will start off norl will start off normal, mid to upper 50s to around 60 degrees. temperatures by noon still cool thanks to the fog inland. a mix of 70s and 80s, giving way to a mix of 80s and 90s for high temperatures. almost exactly normal temperatures around the bay and along the coast, 60s ans coast, 60s and 70s. bring her dogs out over the next few days, days, especially in the mornings. it will be too hot ine afternoon for much of the wall.n
the morning, who can say no to t face? take them out early in the the day. fairly early in the morning, it's going to be hot for your animals to exert themselves to any great extent. too hot for you to exert yourses you to exert yourselves. temperature saturday reaching the mid to upper 90s in san jose jose and over 100 degrees inland inland in the north bay. the east bay, some of the hot spotsg 110 degrees. it could be worse. sacramento might be starting with an all-time record high of0 degrees by sunday and monday. it's not just up. misery loves . up. misery loves company. >> call your friend in sacramen. your friend in sacramento. >> southern california, same de. southern california, same deal. > >> cbs evening news is coming u. is coming up next. > >> good evening. we have a lot f news tonight after kpix 5 news at 6:00. >
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>> 49ers quarterback jimmy garoo quarterback jimmy garoppolo will will be asked to hold the clipboard as backup to trey lan. backup to trey lance. it seems a a little awkward from the outside looking in. but it sounds like all parties have bought in. >> when i told trey that jimmy was going to come back, he was , awesome. >> garoppolo will be back in
practices and meetings on thursday. his first team-related team-related activity since hisy 1st goodbye press conference. he he worked out on his own in training camp as both sides waited for a tray, and a trade never happen. 49ers head coach kyle shanahan said they never had any attention to release ga, but they thought someone would come calling for him. >> i remember the first week of training camp saying, if you don't like any of these opportunities, we would love to have you here is the backup. i k the backup. i think he saw the other situations albert, he thought this was his best situa. was his best situation. and by that what he thought was the best option for him was a greatn for us. > >> you know who is feeling pretty good right now? brock purdy will be the third string quarterback. for mr. irrelevant last spring to winning a spot on on the 53-man roster. sudfeld
was released. lidl, you fast in the nfl. the modesto native was the backup to begin training can. he is looking for a new job. > >> was not at the u.s. open, it was all about serena williams. today, it was her sister, venus, venus, playing in her record 23rd open. her opponents was three years old when serena first played in new york. williams wasn't able to turn back the clock today. venus wilk around to compete in doubles with serena for the first time e 2018. > >> no clue what is going to michigan coach jim harbaugh's mind. he has named kate mcnamara has named kate mcnamara the wole the wolverine starter in game o, and then j.j. mccarthy in game o mccarthy in game two. how did he he arise at that decision? >> no person -- that is biblical. no person knows what e future holds. it was based on some kind of nfl model. it's rey based biblical, solomon. he wasn
. he was known to be pretty wis. be pretty wise person. >> not the first time she used the term biblical. he called toby john the baptist. >> you can always count on him for a great soundbite. always talking about it afterwards. > >> up next, how two ukrainian tattoo artists in the bay area are using their skills to help back home. > >> don't forget to join us for our new 7:00 weekday newscast sg newscast streaming on pluto tv channel 397 and on
>> a san francisco tattoo shop is having a fundraiser for ukra. a fundraiser for ukraine. goldleaf ink has family that come directly impacted by the war. all profits although to humanitarian and military aid i. military aid in ukraine. have to to volunteer.org. the other have have to buy a drone for the hard-hit city of kharkiv. many people lined up for the event. they were able to pick a design and get tattoo for a flat rate.a great way to raise money. >
>> thanks for watching. the news streaming on cbs news bay area. you can find it on the kpix 5 ns app. what's the difference between prop 26 and prop 27? 26? not one dime to get people off the streets and into housing 27 generates hundreds of million to help solve homelessness. the choice is clear yes on prop 27.
27 requires 15% of all state revenues go to non-gaming tribes. the choice is clear. yes, on 27. captioning sponsored by cbs pons ♪ >> o'donnell: tonight, the latest on the severe storms threatening tens of millions of americans in the northeast, as one major u.s. city faces a humanitarian crisis. hundreds of thousands are without drinking water in mississippi, as the governor warns there's no end in sight. cbs' janet shamlian is in jackson. >> reporter: the people in these cars have been waiting more than two hours in 90-degree weather just for a case of clean water. >> o'donnell: biden on the campaign trail going after what he calls maga republicans, and focusing on crime in america. >> the answer is not defund the police. it's fund the police. >> o'donnell: cbs's nancy cordes reports on the wave of gun violence. >> o'donnell: cbs's nancy cordes rrt