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largest wildfire of the year is still burning out of control the fire in mariposa county. the latest on containment effort does smoke from that fire is being seen here in the bay area. plus the number of monkeypox cases in the bay area is rising. the one community being impacted the most as health officials see an all too familiar setback to getting more people vaccinated. and one man seriously heard in another attack in downtown san jose, where this would happen and what police say about the recent act of violence and that major south bay city from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on t. it's a brand new morning so glad you're sharing it with us. i'm gasia mikaelian good morning. i'm dave clark. tuesday morning. july 26 each weather forecast from steve paulson is an eye opener. we didn't have rain overnight, but some people did did i wasn't far from many if you were east because wanna creek lafayette had some rain and brentwood and other locations like we have fog. yeah, there's a combination of
both, but early this morning. about three in the morning. 3 15 wanna creek lafayette got in on some right there went by, and we also reports of rain and brentwood, antioch and some lightning, numerous lightning showing up and lightning detection here. a lot of that's from tracy at the brentwood discovery bank. i know brentwood antiochus daca leaving somebody out. i apologize. oakley as well. looks like that line is weakening, though, as it moves into napa county, solano county. so some wild tuesday weather don't want to forget. there's a big fog bank. oh, yeah, that too, but some cloud cover streaming off from the valley and also this year will be with us, especially north and east today, sixties seventies and eighties. alright sal is here. it's 701. and usually things start to pick up at this time. are we seeing that we're seeing a little bit more slow traffic steve at the bay bridge and some other places, too. let's begin at the bridge, though. and show you that westbound traffic is going to be a little bit slow. i'm looking at some of the other commutes. this is the slowest commute right now. i don't see
anything else to say. take a gander at all my pictures here. san mateo bridge looks good when we come back and just a few minutes, i'll get a little bit deeper into that east bay commute where we have some slowing. developing on how we 46 80 24. 701 let's go right back to the headlines. thank you knew this morning, police in san jose are investigating a deadly crash in north san jose on a side street. police say a car smashed into a concrete barrier just before two a.m. near charcot avenue and o'toole avenue. there was one man in the car. he died in the crash. this is the 39th deadly collision in san jose. so far this year that intersection was closed for about three hours. but it has really seven of two here we expect an update really? any minute now on that massive oak fire burning near yosemite national park crews have been making some progress in the past couple of days. they've been busy. ktb is james torres here in that. and the air quality here. smoke from that fire is drifting into our area.
jane that update from cal fire coming any minute now seven o'clock is usually the sweet spot for that. firefighters say they're slowly getting a handle on the oak fire. it continues to grow in size, threatening more acreage and threatening more homes. the oak fire has been burning since friday. it's since grown to more than 17,000 acres in mariposa county. that's equivalent to about 28 square miles about the size of the city of nevada. firefighters now have containment at about 16% cal. fire says the oak fire burned down 55 buildings, which includes homes and more than 3000. firefighters are assigned to help put it out, including a number of agencies from right here in the bay area. we spoke to san francisco fire leaders about their helping hand. we're very fortunate to have a large department we have over 150 personnel trained in wild land and red carded, also trained in single resources, such as planning sections, chief safety officer liaison and more. we
also have personnel who are assigned to incident management teams. the oak fire is the largest wildfire in california this season. smoke is now in the bay area. this is video of that smoke creeping into the south bay from the east bay hills. you'll see it, but the air quality management district says it is no cause for concern. today, the mariposa district attorney's office is now working on prosecuting people who they say are taking advantage of vulnerable evacuated homes. the d a. tells me they already know of at least two cases of looting. since the fire began burning late last week, dave alright, james. thank you time now. 704 will several new resort hotels have opened in california's wine country in the past few years, despite recent devastating wildfires in that region, there are concerns this new development could only increase the possibility of more disastrous fires in the future. the experts say. humans are responsible for starting 95% of all the wildfires in california.
and they say these new resorts are attracting more people to the wine country, increasing the fire risk happening today in oakland, police will announce a reward for help in tracking down whoever killed the food delivery driver who was shot while in his car. nine days ago, patrick con fong was attacked by two men as he was sitting in his vehicle this morning at 10 30, the oakland police department in the chinatown chamber of commerce. will announce a 75 $100 reward for information that leads to an arrest. if you have information on this case, please call oakland police. san jose police hope witnesses will come forward with information about a brutal beating. that happened sunday, where one man was seriously hurt. a group of people attacked two men sunday evening and downtown san jose near a rear entrance to san pedro square. and one victim has life threatening injuries. that victim is described by his friends as a young man in his twenties who worked as a plumber and is not involved with gangs. we're looking into contacting
family members and friends who may have been with that individual earlier in the day to kind of lay a track and understand where they were and how this occurred. if this is a random incident we want to know about that. that meeting attack follows several other violent action downtown san jose in recent months of fight inside of attack. correa ended with the police shooting of man and back in may, a double shooting near the campus of san jose state left two people dead. police investigators say violent crime in san jose is actually trending downward and that san jose has less crime than comparable big cities. police are searching for two thieves were caught on camera stealing items from the jane center of northern california. security cameras capture the crime in progress early thursday morning at the temple on main street and luke peters. police say the thieves made off with $6000 in cash and a number of valuable items. the temple in milpitas serves members of the jane religion here in the bay area. there are some seven million jains around the world time now, 706. the
investigation goes on, and contra costa county into a deadly house fire in antioch's now it happened on serpentine way. first reported just after eight p.m. when the firefighters got there at the fire scene, they found a man who was pronounced dead lying on the floor of the burning house, and they was major damage. no one else was hurt. the investigation goes on and to how the fire started. san francisco supervisors are working on a compromise plan that would give police more access to live security feeds from private surveillance cameras, but with certain restrictions the rules committee within the supervisors committee is growing up a modified proposal it would allow for temporary live monitoring of cameras for what are considered significant events with public safety concerns or in the course of a specific criminal investigation. the compromise would also established a one year trial period. the board will take this issue up again in september. today could be the president biden's last day of isolation due to covid, the president and his doctors say that his condition continues to
improve. the president still has some nasal congestion and hoarseness. he continues to take the n a viral medication packs livid if he tests negative for covid today, he could be out of isolation tomorrow. vaccination rate among young children against the coronavirus remains very low, according to the kaiser family foundation, less than 3% of children under the age of five have had at least one dose of the covid. vaccine that's about a half million children. numbers are also slightly better. here in california. we're just about 4% of that age group ever had at least one vaccine shot. the kaiser family foundation released a new poll today showing more than 40% of parents have children under the age of five say they will definitely not vaccinate their kids compared to 10% who say they want to get their kids vaccinated as fast as possible. 25% of parents say they want to wait to see how the back seen works and other young children, while 13% say they would only get their kids vaccinated if it
were required for school or childcare. one of the world's most successful soccer clubs in san francisco. today real madrid will take on the mexican team club america in an exhibition at oracle park. we were there is that covered the field with grass to form a soccer pitch. madrid won the spanish league last season, as well as the european champions league, which is a tournament featuring the best teams across europe. tonight's kickoff. 7 30. alright our time. our time is now 709 49ers training camp. it starts today at their headquarters in santa clara, and a lot of the attention will be on the second year. quarterback trade lance 49ers insists he's the new starter while they're trying to trade jimmy garoppolo and his $25 million contract that would make it easier to extend deals to devos samuel and nick bosa, 49ers head coach kyle shanahan and the general manager john lin. will be talking to the media later today. by the way, the 49ers first public practice
is tomorrow. right seven and nine. let's get you out the door or maybe give you a couple of minutes to linger. where do we start style? garcia to linger all the way to nine. you think you can do that? why not till 10, but i understand you're enjoying the light stuff, huh? i know some people have to go. but coming up in the nine we're going to talk about the niners with longtime various sports host larry kruger coming back right into the building to talk about the niners. if that's your cup of tea, you should join me. but right now, let's get you over to the richmond bridge. here it is. you can see there's a little bit of slow traffic approaching the span here. there have been no major issues on the bridge. right now. this commute has been just a little different from yesterday, when everyone was just kind of charging out. there were big backups on a monday morning. today. it's a lot milder. and you can see the bay bridge is backed up. but there's no backup on that ramp coming down from 8 80. maybe today. tuesday is just going to be a lighter day. maybe today tuesday. it's just the day that people chose to work from home
or many are taking vacations. we're getting closer to august. maybe people are beginning to realize. hey, i gotta do it now , so it's helping us in the morning commute so far. 7 10. let's go back to the desk. okay sal? well really strange police chase in vacaville, where the suspect is going after police cars. are you kidding me? coming up the foul play that has the police issuing a warning neighborhood. nice cream shop, robbed and trashed in the east bay what thieves took and how the community is coming in to the community is coming in to help. when i make decisions as a leader, it's not about me or the folks that are here. it's about the next seven generations coming behind us, making sure that they have the ability to move forward. prop 27 will help small rural tribes like mine get a seat at the table will be transformational for my tribal members. taxing online sports betting gives us an opportunity to really enhance the lives of our tribe
there is growing frustration to what many call and inadequate response to the rising number of monkeypox cases in the bay area . ktvu andre senior live in studio with the latest setback here in the local effort to get more people vaccinated. andre monkey pox vaccine clinic at san francisco general hospital will be closed today. the hospital announced. it has run out of vaccines once again as the number of cases continues to rise here in the bay area. at this point, there is no word on when san francisco general will get a new supply. but state senator scott wiener san francisco says it could be months before public health agencies will be able to get enough of the vaccine to meet the growing demand. san francisco keeps running out of monkey pox vaccines. we have a lot one of the largest
populations of people with monkeypox in the country. um it's spreading and we need to get people vaccinated. scientists at stanford university. they are now testing wastewater from monkey pox, just like they did earlier for the coronavirus. so far, monkeypox has been detected in 10 of the 11 systems tested in palo alto and other bay area cities, too. at the same time, federal health agencies say they're stepping up their national campaign to make the vaccine available to anyone in the us who was seeking protection. to date we have distributed more than 300,000 vaccines to jurisdictions around the country. we have procured more vaccines than any other country in the world. probably more than every other country in the world combined. the world health organization declared the international monkeypox outbreak a global emergency. more than 16,000 cases have been reported in 75 countries, nearly 3500 of those cases here in the us, the cdc says they've been 356
reported cases of monkeypox here in california. san francisco has the most in the state with 215 identified cases so far. back to you, dave. okay. andre san francisco's department of public health as a latino population is being disproportionately affected by the monkey pox virus . information shows that latinos make up 15% of san francisco's population but make up 30% of the monkeypox cases. right now, the health department is working with community groups to help the latino community take action to protect themselves. we know that health disparities, social disparities, economic disparities hit our communities first, right, so here we are again with monkeypox emerging in our community latino task force began during the pandemic as a latino population faced disproportionate impact from covid group is now using its outreach programs like food distribution. to inform the
community about the risk of the monkey pox. coverage of the monkey pox virus continues online. you can find all the latest development around the clock right on our homepage. police department is set to make history sometime in the next week, angela navarette will become the first black woman to serve as police chief in los altos. she's a san jose native has 24 years of law enforcement experience, have a red started as a records clerk for hayward police worked her way up to lieutenant there, she went on to work for bart police, where she was promoted to deputy chief. i'm so excited. i'm like bubbling over with excitement. um actually started monday. august 1st. what you see is what you get, and it's important for me to say that because a lot of people in this profession women in particular, we feel like we have to change or we have to fit in someone's box or someone's category in order to move ahead, and that's just not the case anymore. soon to be chief ever, read says, promoting community policing and building relationships with los altos unified school district are
among her top priorities time now, 7 17 in oakland ice cream chop was just demolished in the robbery that targeted their 80 m surveillance video posted by flavor brigade in the diamond district shows a car look at this smashing through the front windows of the shop a week ago. the store owners say i'm along with the stolen. 80 m thieves damaged almost everything from the freezers to the counters and the cash registers. go fund me account, set up by one of their longtime customers has raised more than $20,000 so far. 7 18. let's talk about the morning community. we have to start with the trouble spots. don't we sell? yes you know, and it is a little bit slower yesterday. last time i put the arrow here on the, uh, the slowdown from coming from 80 to put that big, wet arrow there because last time there was no traffic there now there is so maybe we're getting some more people here coming in to the bay bridge toll plans. i also look at the same entail bridge. it's getting a little more crowded. and nothing
you can't handle the peninsula's just some crowding on one. oh, one making the transition from san mateo, the burlingame. it shouldn't be too terrible if you're trying to get up to sfo. i think it's just kind of a normal morning commute, and we haven't seen a lot of traffic and livermore. that's slow this morning. it's been pretty good. how we four does have the typical slowdown coming out of pittsburgh on the way to bay point. 7 19. let's bring steve in. he's going to talk about our cloudy start with the same every day. cloudy start for many, that's true, although a little different twist today, sal with something lightning and also some rainfall being reported, speaking of rainfall, we will begin in st louis, missouri. historic day there. st louis the greatest 24 hour rainfall occurred at seven a.m. this morning they picked up over eight inches of rain in 24 hours in st louis, northwest seattle. seattle northwest st louis has had a foot of rain, which is i mean, this goes back to the breaking the record in 1915 when the remains of a hurricane went
through galveston's it looks like some of the heavier bands have gone through, but there's still plenty of streams so tremendous amounts of rain greatest 24 hour rainfall ever in st louis this morning at over eight inches of rain, we've had some rain. saint mary's college picked up point. oh, three. there was reports of some rain in lafayette, also in walnut creek out to antioch and brentwood. it's all coming in off the valley and off the sierra. the highs into nevada. the flow around that you get up around 5 10,000 ft. 20,000 ft comes around like this and does that that's what's bringing it in that low off of monterey is also funneling in some moisture . we also have low clouds and fog with the lightning, especially out towards rio vista. also brentwood antiochus oakley, discovery bank, and some of that rain made it to walnut creek and lafayette about 3 to 3 15 this morning right there. that went zipping by. i heard rain this morning. yes, you did . if you were in one of those locations you probably heard some fifties sixties coast and bay. there are some breaks in
the low clouds mainly eighties. now inland looks like a roaring onshore wind, especially out towards travis, which is west southwest of 35. mph 50 sixties on the temps were running about 1 to 5 degrees warmer than 24 hours ago. you see that line of thunderstorms and lightning going north. it looks like now lot of that's kind of fizzled out as it moves into the solano county. although travis reported to trace a rain as they deliver more and stocked and also up into napa county looks like more more show than go. but there's plenty there will keep an eye on it. so some of that is lifting northward. as it does, it's going to put tahoe in the mix here. especially as we head towards the weekend, and i think they'll be tropical clouds paying a visit us as well. sixties seventies and eighties on attempts, not much change. you guys a lot of cloud cover and cooler temps for most going into the next couple of days. thank you. steve 7 21, a retro form of travel appears to be making a comeback. coming up a look at an airship that promises comfortable sustainable trips. sonoma raceway under attack
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60 year old woman didn't know the seals were in the water where she was swimming. witnesses say a mother seal attacked the swimmer while looking for her pop. the victim suffered lacerations on her face her back and her arm back here at home. there was a police chase a really strange wanna back up bill. but instead of the police chasing after a suspect it was more the other way around . look at this. back at the police released video of a wild turkey running after one of their police cars over the weekend. you see it in the side camera when a mirror police responded to a call about an aggressive turkey in one neighborhood. well that turkey followed the police officer real close pecking at the side of his patrol card. the officer retreated and drove away. he suggests if you find yourself in a similar situation, stay inside your car and safely drive away by the way, turkeys can run up to 25 miles an hour. 7 25 here
today is expected to be the hottest day of the week long heat wave in the pacific northwest as temperatures begin to drop in the northeast parts of oregon and washington state are expected to reach 2020 degrees above average, officials say nearly six million people in that region will be under heat alert through this week. we just bring the case over here to the waterfront. we live in vancouver. we want them to have a little bit of water used to every summer. it just feels like it's never been this happy before. what is the problem? meanwhile the extreme heat left tens of thousands of people without power and parts of the northeast over the weekend. a report back in may from the north american electric reliability corporation found more than half of the united states is at a higher risk for large scale power blackouts this summer. 7 26 happening today. superstar comedian dave chappelle begins a three night appearance in santa rosa that we checked on it. all four shows are sold out that the luther very bank center for the arts chapel is one of the abbey and
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what's inside the bakery in pittsburgh? a man called on camera, throwing a cash register and punching storm ploy. ease will tell you what may have triggered this violent attack. and do you feel lucky? tonight's mega millions lottery jackpot is up to $810 million and still growing. we'll have a live report in albany on what you should know when you get your ticket. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto good morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark gasia mikaelian. it's tuesday, july 26th. let's get you outside. we'll talk about our bay area. whether see paulson. couple people woke up in the middle of the night and said, what is this rain? especially towards contra costa county. a lot of cloud cover
continues to stream in. it is lifting northward. napa county, solano county up the lake looks like mendocino county, maybe marine county as well. but the activity lightning was all about areas towards the contra costa county. so you can see the wild tuesday. weather has kind of calmed down a little bit. but fog there's plenty of low clouds. sun breezy to windy. a few showers possible had already some lightning so some more wouldn't surprise me. 60 seventies and eighties. all right. here he is, mr sal castaneda to tell us if you're getting going out the door right now the traffic is it's moderate. we do have a new craft or relatively new i should say in the next in the last 15 minutes or so, we had a new crash reported westbound 5 80 right at 205, and it is on the way into the bay area from tracy . right there at the top of the altamont pass. let's go to it. i'm going to show you a map of the scene here or the map of the traffic backup anyway. so watch out for some slowing there.
there have been some slow traffic areas also on 8 80 as you head down south and heading out towards highway 92 on 8 80 a c that let's go to the bay bridge. i want to show you that the traffic here is going to be backed up. it's not all that slow, but it's at least a 10 minute delay with no major issues on the span itself. and if you're driving across the same mateo bridge, you will see that that traffic is moderate when you get to the peninsula found one on one is a little bit slow from san mateo up into burlingame. at 7 33. let's go back to the desk. okay sal. thank you. well, tonight's mega millions lottery jackpot is all the way up to $810 million and a lot of people feel lucky right now is amanda quintana is the lucky duck to find herself in hercules, where a lot of people are dreaming. big dreams. this morning, amanda. big dreams, and this is in a specially lucky location. so if you're going to buy a ticket, maybe you should come here to hercules. take a
look at this. they have had winners from this store in 2017 2018 2019 2021 this year 2022 now it's $810 million that jackpot. that means the cash option is more than $470 million . but then you have to think about taxes that takes away another 112 million. and no one has won the mega millions jackpot since april 15th. but the next winner could be someone here in the bay area. now the odds of winning are about one in 303 million, but might be a little better if you buy your ticket here at the creek side cafe. when the jackpot of people like blank up like a couple of years ago, like one point a billion like millet million year. it's a some of my customer from alejo. they searching and they show our shop. michelle
says she is planning to have a lot of people come in to buy tickets today as she even called in an extra worker to help out if you try your luck today, it's just $2 to play. you get your five numbers and then you get that one mega ball number. you need to match all six of them to get that jackpot. but there is a total of nine ways that you could win ranging from the jackpot all the way down to just getting your $2 back. which is good for some people. i consider that good, but a lot of people here they have. have a matched a lot of those numbers, she said recently. they got someone that matched five of the numbers. they've had someone match four so it's pretty lucky around here. if you're thinking you still need your ticket might be a good place to come live in hercules. amanda quintana ktvu fax students. amanda. thank you . all right, let's turn out that major fire burning right outside the bay area. cal fire says it's making progress against the largest wildfire fire in our state so far this year. it's called the oak fire. it's in
mariposa county. it's already burned more than 28 square miles since last friday, it's destroyed 55 buildings, including some homes. almost 3000 people have had to evacuate. almost as many firefighters are battling the fire both on the ground and in the air fire says the flames remain 16% contained. all things being equal. if you have the same conditions on the ground today, and you added more wind, yeah, you would see more extreme fire behavior. crews from around the state of fighting this fire, including teams from san francisco, fremont and hayward. they're expected to stay up to 15 days before fresh crews will be brought in if it's still burning out of control, and we're also seeing some new video from the first hours after that. fire started take a look at all the smoke in the sky on friday in mariposa, the person who took this video said the smoke and the sunlight caused a surreal image in the sky. you can see what they mean. the national weather service said the fires causing smoke haze and it's
affecting our air quality to many parts of the central valley and the sierra. in the bay area air quality management district says there will be not be a spare the air advisory today, but it will have hazy skies expected to continue through tomorrow night because of smoke fromth bay last night, but the air quality readingsll in the good to moderate range. the oakland city council will vote today on settling a lawsuit filed by former oakland police chief and kirkpatrick. the city of oakland is set to pay $1.5 million to kirkpatrick after a jury determined she was wrongfully terminated. in her lawsuit, kirkpatrick said she was fired in retaliation for exposing corruption and abuse of power by the oakland police commission. she was fired without cause in february of 2020 and filed a lawsuit a few months later. back in may, a jury agreed with her claim and awarded kirkpatrick $337,000 equal to one year's salary. the 1.5 million includes
that figure plus attorney's fees and other litigation costs for patrick released a statement saying. i hope that the agreement in my favor is a signal to all who are witnessing misconduct, especially those in law enforcement. do not stay silent. our system depends on people who will do the right thing, even when it's the hard thing. 7 38 new this morning the principle of rob elementary in the valley, texas, where 19 students and two teachers were shot and killed has been put on administrative leave earlier this month in texas legislative committee faulted principal mandy guterres and an assistant for not fixing a lock to the classroom where the shooter carried out his attack. may 24th an attorney for gutierrez confirmed that she has been will family owned bakery in pittsburgh hope somebody and da. the video sho at star bread bakery on harbor road, he shunned the cash register
through the credit card machine and smashed the donut display. then he came back and punched an employee in the head injured the owner who suffered a fractured hand and a broken finger managers say they told the suspect in the past to stay away from the bakery, but he claimed it was his twin brother, who became violent when it was told to follow covid rules. i'm not sure if he has a twin brother or not. um but we gave him the benefit of the doubt. and we even offered a refund. now some of the regular customers coming in to buy boxes of baked goods also brought along flowers and some well wishes. all hoping someone can identify this suspect so far, pittsburgh police have not made an arrest. the founder of the berkeley kite festival, says that a large fee increases forced him to cancel the event. the kite festival has been held every year, the last weekend of july. since 1986 it's been put on hold due to the pandemic now, its founder tom
mcallister, tells the news site berkeley side the city has since raised the fee for events that cesar chavez park right near the marina by more than $40,000, he says that makes it too expensive to put on the event. in response , berkeley's mayor jesse origen , tweeted his support, saying in march, the council passed a policy allowing the city manager to waive or reduce park fees. and i encourage the city to reduce fees for the kite festival so it can continue to soar. time now, 7 40. we're waiting, keeping an eye on san jose state university for see what's happening with the corpse flower and see if it's gonna bloom. now this is these are live pictures, the school's biology department set up a live stream from inside its tropical greenhouse. they're predicting that nine ft tall plant will open up and bloom sometime today . they call it the corpse flower . because if you ever smell it, you know it gives off the odor of rotting flesh. they're only about 1000 of these plants and the wild. one of the reasons is a loss of habitat. normally they
grow in the rainforest of indonesia, and, yeah, i did smell it. one time. only thing for you all i needed it wasn't that that bad? it was bad enough . you got it. you got the experience. save some for sal castaneda. let's do it. sal, where should we go? you can have it all. dave you can have it all i insist. okay, sir. all right. good morning, everyone. we do morning commute. if you're just about to leave interstate 80 is just a little crowded, getting out to the mcarthur maze and the bay bridge has been off and on. it hasn't been as slow as it was yesterday. it's kind of a slightly lighter day, but there is some waiting to do. i put this as maybe about five minutes. you have to wait maybe a little longer than that. but not much. and if you want to use the same matteo breaks, the same thing goes, there's been just a little bit of crowding. but things haven't really become full strength and look at the map here, and i can see the traffic is mostly good around the peninsula and on the east bay commute, so i think that
we're just having a better tuesday then we had monday seems there are a lot more people were on the road yesterday at this time, 7 41. let's talk about today's weather. here's steve. thank you, sir. well we have a mixed bag here. we have a lot of fog, some sun and tropical clouds, which has already produced numerous reports of lightning. and some rain. if my information my intel is correct , saint mary's college picked up point. oh three. i know there's some rain in walnut creek lafayette. any icann brentwood and you can see the moisture. the load of the south is funneling in a little bit of that. most of it's coming around the high, which is in nevada. that's a lot of monsoon moisture. tropical clouds coming in from the sierra. and also from nevada. now you can see the line of the radar. there's a couple of lightning strikes and look at that. so there's plenty to talk about. now. most this is taking aim at areas east and north looks like it's lifting, but still some, you know, get some sun breaks there. and that might help aid in the development of some of this look at that to the south, as well
near patterson ultimate passed so scattered showers possible, you know, lightning here, some rain heavy rainfall around lafayette and walnut creek about 3 to 3 15 this morning, so if you heard rain, you you were correct. it did fifties sixties on the temps seventies eighties with again low clouds. fog breezy to windy travis augusta 35 still showing that onshore breeze napa onshore conquered on short oakland. so it's a west wind looks cooler. today 50 sixties the main message, though it will be the tropical clouds, especially coming in off the sierra in the valley. there's a lot that's taking a mendocino county lake county. maybe sonoma county county will be in the in the window if you will, for today for some of that activity, also for tahoe and truckee. that line is lifting northward, so more cloud cover better opportunity for thunderstorms. we have already had a lot of reports of lightning here 60 seventies. eighties on attempts and i think that's what we see is what we're
going to get here the next few days, fog, sun and tropical clouds you guys alright? see time is 7 43, a new type of fruit is selling out all over the country coming up. what a pine berry taste like and where it's sold here in the bay area out to our newsroom again. say good morning again to andre senior as you look at the next hour of mornings onto pine berry. no, you do. all right, seriously injured man in the south bay, uh by canine south bqe nine police officer coming up mornings onto a dead ktvu investigate another questionable use of a police dog and whether the problem falls within department policy plus big tech , bracing for an economic recession and an uncertain future when he joined us on the nine we're talking live with an industry expert about the recent hiring freezes and how it's triggering economic angst. stay with us.
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on two is 7 47. all right. we have a look at what may be the city of the future. wall street is getting the latest read on the state of the u. s. business economy ktvu pembroke back in studio with this and more in dollars and cents mentioned big week for earnings lot of big companies coming in coca cola and mcdonald's released earnings reports this morning. they are better than analysts expected. however walmart disappointed analysts when it cut its
forecast for the current quarter and the full year, blaming inflation for cutting into consumer spending. at its stores . as the opening bell rang this morning, wal mart stock dropped more than 8. and shopify now down 15% after announcing this morning plans to cut 10% of its workers, shopify is business boomed during the pandemic has businesses rushed to set up online stores, but that has cooled down and online shopping has slowed down as we take a live look. the dow jones down about a quarter of a percent, getting some help from mcdonald's and coca cola. walmart on the downside, they're all part of the dow, the s and p 500 down three quarters of a percent. and the nasdaq to animals. 1.5% tech stocks are definitely expecting to get hit this week as those earnings come in, and most likely, disappointing. we'll see what happens when some of those big names come in. day policy meeting today, it is expected to raise interest rates again by three quarters of a
percentage point that will be announced tomorrow. the fed has already raised rates three times this year, but economists say financial analysts doubt the fed will go as far as raising rates by a full percentage point, but the fed is projected to raise rates again when it meets in september, november and december . we'll keep an eye on the fed, you've heard the stories of unclaimed luggage stacking up at airports around the world, and travelers never seen their suitcases again will. the u. s. department of transportation says the problem is actually getting worse in the u. s more than 237,000 bags or delayed or lost in may. that's 100,000. more than may of last year. we found out what happens to those bags that don't get claimed after three months, often their soul to stores like unclaimed baggage in alabama, where people say it's like a gigantic treasure hunt every day. my friends in college and stuff are so jealous of all the stuff that
i find here. you walk by something catches your eye. then then, then it's a great fine for the day. the star owners say they have been in this business for 50 years, and they've never had this many bags available. airline analysts blamed the increase in the number of unclaimed luggage on the increase in flight delays and cancelations. they say that means bags don't always make it to the airport where they are supposed to be. they suggest continuing to check with your airline or your travel agent if you and your bags are separated. a new video shows what some are calling the future of living. take a look. saudi arabia is building a city called the line and release this mock up video of how it could look. a sprawling city would be replaced by a more compact environment. it's just two football fields wide, but the length of the city would stretch the same distance from santa cruz to sacramento. the line development will be 50% taller than the sales first tower in san francisco and will house up to nine million people. with everything they need within
minutes. the goal is to build a self sustaining city where people could live with minimal impact to the environment and believe it or not. work is already underway. in saudi arabia. the first sections could open up by 2024 cook, let's look at your dollars and cents times . 7 51 what british aviation company looking to the past to get an idea of what it expects to have flying in the very near future. the company is hybrid air vehicles, it's creating an updated version of blimps. here it is. they called them air landers there more than 300 ft long they'll be able to travel 4600 miles at a time and stay in the air as long as five days. the company officials also said they cause a lot less pollution kind of fruit that's selling out its supermarkets across the country. they're called pine berries. there are apparently a fruit for customers looking for something different. what you see on your screen here is said to be a cross between a strawberry that grows in virginia. and a berry that grows
in chile. it's said to look like a taste like a strawberry with a hint of pineapple. to me, they look like unripe strawberries do that's the color they're supposed to be. okay fully ripe. this light pink. they've become such a hot item. apparently costco and trader joe's are all the rage. i've seen them. i haven't bought them from what i understand there, um, significantly more expensive than structure. okay we're sticking with the original. in this case. andre wants to try it so maybe he'll he'll try it for money. yeah for one basket for andre feinberg. yeah time is 7 52 salyut trying to come on. it's a berry. oh, sure, i'll try it. i tried the cotton candy grapes. have you tried those? no yeah, they taste like they really do taste like cotton candy. okay i don't know what's going on here. the world is turning upside down, dave. let's go out and take a look at what we have here if you are driving on the nimitz freeway 8 80 people may not even remember it's called the nimitz freeway, but 8 80, which used to be
highway 17, but now it's 80. don't get me started on that we do have some slowing on 80 north in san leandro and north as you pass the coliseum, so watch for a little bit of slowing their into oakland. we'll see if we can get that picture up to show you in just a little bit. i can show you the picture of the bay bridge and that is backed up here at the toll plaza a little bit more of a backup now getting into san francisco as we get approached the eight o'clock hour. 7 53. let's bring steve back in with today's weather. all right, sal plenty going on here. we have fog. there's some breaks in the fog sun. there's some tropical clouds. we've had some rain. we did. yes, we did. and there's been a lot of lightning strikes here on our lightning cloud to ground mainly, but i think there have been a couple of cloud to ground. that moisture is coming in from off the valley off the seer, and there's a bunch of it and to nevada and you can see the big low cloud deck. so combination of these two are playing into our weather, walnut creek and lafayette. st mary's college all had some rain early this morning. let's see if it
shows up here if i go back far enough maybe let's say one more. one more round here. you make it. you will just have to trust me. it did they about 33 15 this morning. you see the moisture streaming off from the valley by stockton then out towards fairfield, vacaville. fairfield out of trace some of that lifting into us, napa county, also lake county. there's a lot out there so some wild tuesday weather for sure. fog sun breezy to windy, few showers. lightning. and temperatures today day will be in the sixties seventies and eighties. alright steve. thank you time. 7 52. well you will soon no longer be able to buy and i can iq iconic ice cream tree. that's what i'm talking about coming up in the next hour. why klondike is discontinuing the beloved choco taco. and after the break is scary, crazy moment it was caught on camera where there's huge whale landed on a little boat. we'll tell you if anybody was hurt.
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well back. good morning, john, too. did you see that caught on camera off the coast of massachusetts, a whale breaching the water and landing on a small boat. fellow voter shot this video. it's believed that's a humpback whale. you can see the bow of the boat almost went into underwater before it popped back up. the boat was not seriously
damaged and believe it or not, no one was hurt. there's a new study out that says obesity rates for american children have gone up over the last 10 years, louisiana state university researchers studied information from almost 15,000 children and teenagers and found that obesity among children between the ages of two and 19 went up from 17.7% to 21.5. the doctor s and healty eating can maintain a healthy weight. it is 7 58 happening today, the u. s senate will vote on the bill that's aimed at increasing the production of semiconductors here in the us, it would give $52 billion in federal funding to help chipmakers build and expand their plants all over the country. president biden held a virtual meeting yesterday with tech and business leaders in support of that measure if the bill passes in the senate will then go to the house for
approval. well, today is the day that former president donald trump returns to washington d. c for the first time since leaving the white house. he will deliver a speech on crime to the america first policy institute. it's a group that supports the former president, former vice president mike pence, will also be making a speech in washington today. addressing the young america's foundation and focusing on his vision for the future of the republican party. it is 7 59, some members of the democratic party or criticizing hulu for refusing to run ads on what they called crucial midterm election issues. democratic organizations say they tried to buy ads on the channel, but disney wouldn't sell it to them. the group says that facebook wrote ooh, youtube and other popular platforms accepted the ads. that group leaders say the ads focused on the republican agenda on issues
including abortion and gun safety. hulu is only saying that refusal is content related, but they didn't answer any requests for more information. well, it's california's largest wildfire of the year crews working to control the oak fire in mariposa county for just getting new containment numbers of smoke is set to drift into the bay area. plus growing concern as the number of monkeypox cases in the bay area is rising, the one community it's impacting the most as health officials are seeing an all too familiar setback to get more people vaccinated, and one man was seriously hurt in another brutal attack in downtown san jose, where it happened and what police are saying about the recent acts of violence in the south beach city. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto 8 30 on the dot welcome the mornings onto i'm andre senior gasia mikaelian. let's get you out the door this tuesday, july 26th seed paulson, what are we to see that sun poke its head through the clouds today where you are? probably not until
after 10. okay some some areas have some some sun. some have tropical clouds and mix of sun and clouds and some are just stuck in the great lot of this is coming in off of nevada, the sierra and also the valley, and it has produced lightning and some rain and some few reports, especially towards the east by this morning, see a lot of that lifting into solano county. lot of high and mid level clouds there also in the napa county, so there's a possibility there's some scattered showers and some more. lightning here. we had a couple of reports there. especially brentwood. antioch lafayette. wanna creek. few showers. some lightning and temperatures sixties seventies and eighties coming down big fog bank out there as well. all right over to sound. now, at eight o'clock, he's here to tell us what yeah, i'm here to tell you that traffic is moving along relatively well, if you are driving around the bay area doesn't look all that slow here . it does look a little slow at the bay bridge, but that's an exception. this is where everyone kind of meets up. but even here at the bay bridge, it's not as slow as it was yesterday. this is about maybe an 8 to 10 minute delay and
that's all. once you get onto the bridge, it looks good. san mateo bridge is improving in case you want to use that span instead to one. let's go back to the desk. so thank you knew this morning. san jose police are investigating a deadly crash in a north san jose on the side of the street there. police say a car crashed into a concrete barrier just before two a.m. charcot avenue in o'toole avenue . there was one man in the car and he died in the crash. this is the 39th deadly collision in san jose this year, the intersection was closed for three hours. but has now reopened to traffic. well the oak fire that continues to burden mariposa county. some of the smoke is producing is now in parts of the bay area. ktvu james torrez live now with what cal fire has to say, and also many people concerned about better quality. we just got that early morning update from cal fire. we got the new numbers for you. but good news about the wildfire smoke in our area. you'll see it, but you likely won't be affected by it. let's take a look at some of those new
numbers coming now from firefighters. the oak fire grew about 800 acres overnight. it's now burned more than 18,000 acres. firefighters. get a better grip at controlling the flames to it's now 26% contained about 3000 firefighters are assigned to the oak fire, hoping to put it out. let's take a look at some of those hazy skies that we've seen earlier this week. air quality near yosemite park as you can imagine, extremely hazardous, but part of that smoke is headed in the direction of places like late talk lake tahoe and here near the east bay hills. this video showing some of that smoke heading towards the south bay. if you smell the smoke, that might be a problem for some of the most vulnerable population, so air quality experts suggest shutting your windows, shutting your doors and maybe avoiding the outdoors if you can. but for most people, this is not going to be a problem. today however, those experts say the frequency of wildfires is affecting california's overall long term air quality. large intense, massive wildfires have become so routine now that there is worry in the sort of air quality community that the 56 decades of
progress that we've made making essentially air pollution better by driving ozone levels down. that may see a bit of a reversal now. the oak fire is now california's largest of the year . cal fire reports they are getting help from the weather. they've noticed more humidity in the air, and that moisture is slowing the fires growth little bit of good news there. the fire has now burned more than 20 homes and is now threatening more than 1000 buildings. the air quality advisory for right here in the bay area that will continue until tomorrow. andre alright, thank you. so much appreciated. several new resort hotels have opened in california's wine country in the past years, despite the recent devastating wildfires in the region, but there are concerns this new development could only increase the possibility of more disastrous fires in the future. experts say humans are responsible for starting 95% of all wildfires in california. and they say these new resorts are attracting more people to the one country, raising the fire
risk happening today in oakland , police will announce a reward for help in tracking down whoever killed the food delivery driver who was shot in his car. nine days ago, patrick con fong was attacked by two men as he sat in his car this morning, the oakland police department in the chinatown chamber of congress will announce a 75 $100 reward. for information that leads to an arrest. if you have information on this case, please call oakland police. police hope witnesses will come forward with information about a brutal beating on sunday, where one man was seriously hurt. a group of people attacked two men sunday evening in downtown san jose near a rear entrance to san pedro square. one victim has life threatening injuries. that victim is described by his friends as a young man in his twenties who works as a plumber, and it's not involved with gangs. we are looking into contacting family members and friends who may have been with that individual earlier in the day to kind of lay a track and understand where they were and how this occurred. if this is a random incident we want to know about that. well they're beating follows several other violent acts in downtown san jose in
recent months of finance side of zakariyah ended with police shooting a man and back in may, a double shooting near the campus of san jose state left two people dead. police investigators say violent crime in san jose is actually trending downward and that san jose has less crime than comparable big cities. san francisco supervisors are working on a compromise plan that would give police more access to live security video from private surveillance cameras with certain restrictions or rules committee within the supervisors is drawing up the modified proposal it would allow for temporary live monitoring of cameras for what are considered significant events with public safety concerns or in the course of a specific criminal investigation. this compromise would establish a one year trial period. the board will take up the issue again in september. monkey pox vaccine clinic at san francisco general hospital will be closed today hospital announced it's run out of the vaccine once again as the number of cases continues to rise in the bay area. at this point, there is no word as to when san francisco general will get a new
supply. state senator scott wiener of san francisco says it could be months before public health agencies will be able to get enough vaccine to meet the growing demand. san francisco keeps running out of monkey pox vaccines. we have a lot one of the largest populations of people with monkeypox in the country. um it's spreading and we need to get people vaccinated. scientists at stanford are now testing the wastewater for monkey pox, just like they did earlier for covid, federal health agencies are stepping up their national campaign and make the vaccine available in the united states to anyone who is seeking that protection. to date we have distributed more than 300,000 vaccines to jurisdictions around the country. we have procured more vaccines than any other country in the world. probably more than every other country in the world combined. the world health organization has declared the international monkeypox outbreak a global emergency. the cdc says there have been 356 reported cases of monkeypox here
in san francisco. excuse me in california, our state as a whole. san francisco has the most in the state with 215 identified cases in the city. the vaccine rate among young children against the coronavirus remains very low. according to the kaiser family foundation, less than 3% of children under the age of five have received at least one dose of the covid-19 vaccine. that's about a half million children in total numbers are only slightly better. here in california. we're just around 4% of that age group have received at least one vaccine shot. now the kaiser family foundation released a new poll today showing that more than 40% of parents of children under five say they will definitely not vaccinate their kids compared to 10, who say they want to get their kids vaccinated as soon as possible. 25% of parents say they want to wait and see how the vaccine works in other young children, while 13% say they would get only their children vaccinated if they are required to for school or childcare, happening today, one of the world's most successful soccer clubs in san francisco real madrid will take on the mexican team club america
in an exhibition at oracle park . we were there they covered the infield with breast to form a soccer pitch. madrid won the spanish league last season as well as the european champions league tournament featuring the best teams throughout europe. tonight's kickoff. 7 30 at the game if you're a big soccer lover, idonije time time for checking the road, sally's here, so good morning to you both right now we do have some improving conditions when it comes to the freeways. if you're driving on 80, it looks all right heading out toward the mcarthur maze. and when you get to the bay bridge, the backup is there. but it's not all that big. it's about a 5 to 10 minute delay, probably more like airing toward the five minute mark. once you get on the bridge. it's ok, sam until bridge looks all right. we've been looking at the dumbarton bridge as well. we haven't talked a lot about that silicon valley commute. there's been a couple of things. there have been a couple of things 85 has a problem getting up into less. gatto's from san jose. we had a crash there on the way up past highway 87 1 on one is a
little slow again, though this commute seems a little better than it was yesterday, eight or nine. let's go back to the desk. thank you sell or really strange police chase in vacaville, the suspect stocking patrol cars coming up the foul play that has police issuing a warning in the neighborhood. also a man seriously injured in the south bay by a police canine. after the break, ktvu investigates what some call the questionable use of a police dog and whether the problem falls within the department's policy.
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just sings. i mean, that's just what he does. he i was born. to sing. but that golden voice was forever damaged when his throat was mangled two years ago by a san jose police canine parades had threatened a grocery store worker during a was hiding in a trash b you're aboue is graphic. body worn camera video shows the dog state claimed down on parade aces throat for 60 seconds. it was just the worst thing i've ever saw in my life, really? that's terrible. paredes wouldn't go on camera for our story, but his aunt, leticia salazar helped to raise him, she said he's been like a son to her. he lost. something. i can't say last. that's something special because you're still special, but he lost. that little kick that happy go lucky guy that he was shocking video is now at the
center of a legal dispute between paredes and the police department and whether it crossed the line is now what's being disputed. anthony's life had no value. and they treated him like garbage and he almost died. he could have given up right away. but he didn't did not to do that. it began the night of february. 7th 2020 paredes, his girlfriend stole too pricey bottles of tequila from this safeway on barry s a road in san jose. a police report of the incident obtained by ktvu details paredes running up and threatening a worker who tried to stop the woman before the two escaped. a police chopper found parades who had a history of brushes with the law hiding in the surrounding neighborhood. we got him, officers on foot approached him hiding in a trash bin when they tipped it over the police canine named text its teeth into his throat, fracturing thyroid cartilage and tearing his windpipe along with other serious injuries. he came within
inches of his life, while the very people who were sworn to protect him stood by and did nothing. area civil rights attorney isaac schweiger is suing the city and its police department, saying paredes didn't pose a threat to officers and the crime he was accused of didn't deserve such brutality. he said. too often. police unnecessarily used dogs with devastating results. we need to stop using dogs in this capacity. there is nothing unique about using a dog to attack someone as far as they use force is concerned that can't be replicated by using another weapon. but don cameron disagrees. he's a former bay area police officer who trains law enforcement on use of force tactics. you don't know whether he's armed with a gun. you don't know whether he's armed with a knife. you don't know what it's capabilities are watched the video at our request and said,
because paredes was in the trash bin the officers couldn't use batons, tasers or other force options. the dogs trained to basically bite the area that is available to them. to accomplish the goal and take the person into custody. this case raises important questions about police , apprehension, canines and the injuries they can cause ktvu investigation earlier this year found there are no statewide standards on their use and how often police deployed canines varies wildly between departments. our investigation also found san jose had the most dog bite cases of any bay area police agency. we reached out to the san jose police department for comment, but they declined due to the pending litigation. in court documents. the city attorney's office denied wrongdoing, saying parade is quote committed crimes, including but not limited to failure to yield to police authority and his injuries were
from his quote, wrongful actions. schwaiger hopes the lawsuit will cause san jose police and other jurisdictions to reevaluate how they deploy canines. they need to move on to a better way. uh to, uh, to bring their police force into the 21st century reporting in san jose evan sernoffsky ktvu, fox two news. time now is 8 18. let's check in with sal castaneda and the traffic center as we expect the commute to be winding down pretty soon it is getting a little better there, geisha and andre right now. westbound bay bridge. little bit of a backup here, but it really has improved. this is what i like t of the morning. you can also see that the same entail bridges improving and so is that dumbarton bridge now i wanted to show you the south bay map because we do have a little bit of slow traffic here on 85 protein. the guadalupe parkway. there was a crash there. dont wanna one traffic is a little slow approaching to 80. but all
in all, this community is becoming a lot nicer in the last half hour or so. 8 18. here's a man who's always nice. it's mr steve. i'll be quiet. yes, i am. thank you, sir. alright appreciate that rain in july a little bit bit and some mainly east, but we did have some this morning saint mary's college out there in moraga point. oh, three. fell from, but that was around 33 15 this morning. lafayette creek also had some rain. antioch point oh, one livermore, fairfield, stockton and many others were the trace. but not bad. all it looks like this line is now lifting northward. so i think this favors areas now more towards solano county, napa lake county . you can see all that moisture to the to the west. that's fog. there's big fog bank out there. but all this moisture streaming off from nevada, the sierra nevada and now moving more so into tahoe and trucking, and some of that comes off the valley. lots of lightning being reported out to the valley, but
it does look like in the last few images. this is now lifting northward so we will focus more on solano county. napa county of the lake canning see some of that drifting in so i wouldn't be surprised if some more activity pops up here. it was early this morning out towards discovery bay. tracy stockton, brentwood, antioch, seehofer the last few lines, though, out more towards the valley kind of lifting out of the area here, but still close enough that we'll mention 50 sixties coast and bay. too much fog. there's a big fog bank out there. some sun breaks but some high mid level clouds possibility of more lightning here. travis west southwest of 31. it's been up to 38 mph. that's a rocking and rolling delta breeze. no doubt about it. 50 sixties on the temps here, look at all the moisture now streaming up towards tahoe. it's been out towards bridgeport and mammoth lakes. but now i think and truck you're close enough or we'll mention it the high building into the pacific northwest. the flow around that is sending in a lot of moisture load of the south. as well as pumping in everything's coming in, so it looks like more for the activity for tahoe and areas north. maybe a little bit for us something
you have to keep an eye on here sixties seventies. eighties on the temps here, and really, i think it's a mixture of that all the way into the end of the week and end of the weekend, you guys do you? thank you, 21 here on ice cream shop, robbed and trashed in the east bay with the thieves took and how the community is really coming together to help. and the flag flap at a sonoma raceway. the concern over what was seen flying in a track campsite coming up the backlash and the pledge. it's prompted from pledge. it's prompted from officials at that facility. through the endless reasons to stop... through the challenges, the hurt, the doubt, the pain. no matter what, we go on. biofreeze.
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we pittsburgh. we see a man throwing a cash register than punching store employees, but police say likely triggered this violent attack. then tonight's mega millions jackpot up to $810 million and still growing or live in the east bay to show you what you need to know if you're buying a ticket today. from ktvu . fox two news this morning's onto good morning and welcome back. i'm gasia mikaelian andre senior. it's coming up on 8 30 right now. today is tuesday, july 26th. steve paulson is here and steve, we've got rain and snow up in the sierra near the lake and then down here. mild temperatures at least right now. well we got a lot going on. we have a lot going on. that's for
sure. no doubt about a tropical clouds have come in. there have been some scattered showers. some lightning reports here coming in, mainly out towards the east bank. brentwood antioch, discovery bay been as lafayette walnut creek had some rain, same areas college early this morning and then a big fog bank out there, so thunderstorms will be popping up over the sierra. the lightning, though it looks like this line is lifting northward now. more towards solano county, napa lake county and also after the sacramento valley looks like it's going to be pretty active day. so some wild tuesday weather for us, at least for july 26th fog. plenty of that son. breezy to windy, few showers possible more again and some lightning sixties seventies and eighties on those temps. alright, sal is here now, and he's better worse, saying, what's the traffic doing? i'm just looking at the list. i don't see a lot of serious issues out there. steve chp is doing pretty well. when it comes to these commutes here, the richmond braises completely cleared out. i like what i see here and again just a lighter day today than yesterday on this tuesday, you can see traffic is
moving along. okay as you drive on the issue or freeway and even at the bay bridge. we're getting a lot better take 30. let's get back to the headlines. so thank you. today the country's largest multimillionaire could come down to the luck of the draw. $810 million up for grabs in the mega millions lottery. amanda quintana live at creekside cafe in hercules. many people think that's a lucky spot to buy tickets. amanda yes. if you still need to buy a ticket, this might be the spot to come today because look at how lucky they are here in 2017 2018 2019 2021 2022. they have had winners. buy their tickets here at this cafe . now they're hoping a customer here today wins that 810 million tonight. with that jackpot. the cash option is more than $470 million. then you have to think about taxes that takes away another 112 million. no one has
won the mega millions jackpot since april 15th. but the next winner could be someone here in the bay area. the odds of winning are one in 303 million, but it might be a little better if you come here to the creek side cafe. last friday. we have so close again for numbers straight. i pay out like 400 something, even one more number gonna be like couple million again. yeah i hope tonight i've been living here since 99. and come here to get your this is my first time. yeah i saw it on tv . so i swing by before i go to work, so this is probably going to be a lucky. michelle says she plans to have a lot of people come in to buy tickets today. she even called in an extra worker to help now, if you plan to try your luck, it's just $2 to play. you get your five numbers and then you get that one mega ball number. you need to match all six of those to get the jackpot. but there are nine
total ways you can win. from the jackpot all the way down to just winning back your $2. we have seen quite a line here. at times . a lot of people have heard about this cafe. they know that it's pretty lucky here, so they come here to buy their tickets. we had some people come up to us and say we saw it on tv. a friend far, far away told me. hey, go to that cafe and buy me a ticket, please. so people are pretty excited when they come here today live in hercules. amanda gin tonic. ktvu vax tunis . thank you. amanda 8 33. now, cal fire just released new numbers this morning on the oak fire burning in mariposa county fires burned through more than 28 square miles since last friday. it's destroyed 25 homes . almost 3000 people have had to evacuate almost as many firefighters are battling the fire on the ground and from the air. cal fire says containment of the fire has grown now to 26. all things being equal. if you have the same conditions on the ground today, and you added more wind, yeah, you would see more
extreme fire behavior. from around the state of fighting this fire, including teams from san francisco, fremont and hayward. they're expected to stay as long as 15 days before fresh crews are brought in. if the area is still burning out of control, and we're seeing new video from the first hours after the fire actually started, it shows all the smoke in the sky on friday, and mariposa. the person who recorded this video said the smoke and sunlight created a quote, surreal image in the sky. just take a look at that. the national weather service said the fire is causing smoke. hayes and air quality impacts to many parts of the central valley and sierra the bay area air quality management district says there will not be a spare the air advisory today but the sky will be hazy. that's expected to continue through tomorrow night because of the oak fire. there was high level smoke in the south bay last night, but air quality readings across our region are still in the good to moderate range. the oakland city council will vote today on settling a lawsuit filed by the former oakland police chief, and kirkpatrick,
the city of oakland is set to pay $1.5 million to kirkpatrick after a jury determined that she was wrongfully terminated. in her lawsuit, kirkpatrick said she was fired in retaliation for exposing corruption and abuse of power by the oakland police commission. she was fired without cause and february 2020 and filed a lawsuit a few months later. back in may, jury agreed with her claim an award kirkpatrick $337,000, equivalent to one year salary at 1.5 million total includes that figure plus attorney's fees and other litigation costs. patrick released a statement saying, quote. i hope that the agreement in my favor is a signal to all who are witnesses to misconduct, especially those in law enforcement. do not stay silent. our system depends on people who will do the right thing, even when it's the hard thing. new this morning the principle of rob elementary school and you validate texas, where 19 students and two teachers were shot and killed has been put on administrative leave. earlier this faulted principal mandy guterres and an assistant for not fixing a lock
to the classroom where the shooter carried out the attack on may 24th. an attorney for gutierrez confirmed that she has been put on administrative leave but wouldn't provide any more information. a small family owned bakery in pittsburgh is hoping someone will recognize the man who attacked workers and damaged property. the video is wild, the chosen man, causing trouble last week at star bread bakery on harbor road, he shoves the register throws a credit card machine smashes the donut display. then he comes back and punches one employee in the head and injures the owner who suffered a fractured hand and broken finger. managers say they told the suspect in the past to stay away, but he claimed it was his twin brother, who became violent when they told to follow the when he was told to follow the covid rules. i'm not sure if he has a twin brother or not. um but we gave him the benefit of the doubt. and we even offered a refund. some regular customers coming in to buy boxes of baked goods also brought flowers and well wishes, all hoping that someone can identify the suspect . so far, pittsburgh police have not made an arrest. the founder
of the berkeley kite festival, says a large fee increases forced him to cancel the event. the kite festivals held every year on the last weekend of july since 1986, but it's been on hold during the pandemic. its founder, tom mcallister tells berkeley side the city has since raised the fee for events there at cesar chavez park right near the marina by more than $40,000 says that makes it too expensive for him to put on the event. in response, berkeley's mayor, jesse arrogant, tweeted his support, saying in march, the council passed a policy allowing the city manager to waive or reduce park fees and encourage the city to reduce fees for the kite festival so it can continue to soar. alright we're waiting for a corpse flower at san jose state university to bloom, the school's biology department set up a live stream from inside its tropical greenhouse. you're looking at that live stream right now. they predict the nine ft tall plant will open up sometime today. it's called a coarse flour because it gives off the odor of rotting flesh. there are only about 1000 of these plants in the wild. one of the reasons is habitat loss they
typically grow in the rainforests of indonesia. are none of this screams lovers, reluctantly saying goodbye to an iconic treat. klondike announce table of choco taco will be discontinued. it will be it was made rather with vanilla ice cream in a taco shaped waffle cone and topped with chocolate and peanuts. the frozen treat has been a fan favorite for nearly four decades, first appearing in 1983. the company says it stopped producing them due to a spike in demand for its other products. sad to see it go. it was a nice treat. when you can gou hands on one. it was a childhood staple for you. i'm guessing yes, i loved it so much when i could when i had a couple of couple of cents and i could actually afford to go to the store. not tell my parents. i mean back then it was like 50 cents. i mean, steve paulson these days. i mean to $53 probably cream truck, five boxes. who knows anymore. all right, you guys, we have a lot to talk about here, and now there's a lot of low clouds and fog. that's not the story that's very common here. it was the activity overnight. saint mary's
college picked up 31 hundreds from about three o'clock in the morning. 3 15 in the morning livermore trace fairfield of trace stockton, a trace anti aachen brownwood picking up about a point. oh one. there might have been a few other locations. maybe your home weather station picked up somewhere. it looks like the lines lifting northward now more out towards solano county to sacramento in areas up towards napa county. lots of moisture, though. look at all that tropical moisture coming up from southern sierra nevada, the central now moving into tahoe, sacramento valley, northern sacramento valley and just painted over much of nevada has some of that now moving into napa county. looks like it's kind of falling apart, but there's still plenty there that will be watching the last few frames coming in from davis woodland. so some of that sacramento looks like it could be pretty active. the line that went through early this morning is definitely lifted north tracy to stockton, also brentwood, antioch and also walnut creek lafayette looks like that's now favoring areas more towards the north, but still will keep it in the forecast here. low clouds plenty of that breezy to windy sun clouds. lightning reports might pick up again later this
afternoon. 50 sixties on most of the temps, 1 70 up there at lower like, look at all that, marshall. now starting, we have to put in truckee in the mix. it's too close. he was around mammoth and bridgeport. now it's lifting northward, and some of that moisture is rotating around the high, which is building up into the pacific northwest to give them some pretty toasty temps. but the floor around that is doing that. there's also a load of the south that's funneling in a lot of that moisture and a huge fog bank as well. so little cooler here, but some watch watch truckee here in the last few images so over the weekend, maybe looks like an increase in possible thunderstorm activity for the mountains and probably clouds for us as well. 60 seventies eighties so a lot going on low clouds sun breezy, windy and some tropical class probably all the way into. the end of the week in the weekend, you too steve. thank you. the overturning of roe v. wade has sparked protests across the country. several states are either banning or limiting abortion. now, next on the nine we're talking live with the bay
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there have been three separate deadly crashes so far this year . they're demanding immediate changes at 60th and bancroft. last night's demonstration came eight days after the latest death at that intersection where pedestrian was killed by hit and run driver. we need traffic, calming safety improvements put on our streets, and we need that done soon, not five years from now, 10 years from now, whenever you know we need it done before another person is killed by a driver. oakland city council member lauren taylor joined the protesters at last night's demonstration. taylor says he has already contacted both oakland police and the u. s department of transportation about the traffic safety problems. at 60th and bancroft. we have to respond more quickly make the changes that are necessary across the entire spectrum from design. how we design our roadways to yes, ensuring that we change the culture with enforcement as well. protesters are calling
more police patrols for this area and lighted crosswalk across bancroft. better protect people crossing the street at night. time when i was 8 45, a man died after he fell down a waterfall in southern california. the san bernardino county sheriff's department says the 43 year old man was hiking along with the woman at big falls in the san bernardino mountains. on sunday. the two fell. the man was pronounced dead at the scene. the woman injured and airlifted to a hospital. it's a crucial week on wall street as those earnings reports are coming in and painting a picture of the current state of the economy, and today the focus is on bay area tech companies and retailers cook upstairs with this and a lot more in dollars and cents a lot to keep on a on a lot of the retailers being taken down by wal mart this morning. that is after the biggest retailer cut its forecast for the current quarter and the full year. walmart blames inflation for cutting into consumer spending at its stores and they are not alone. analysts are also concerned about some of the big names in tech. they're anticipating job cuts among those reporting in the next week or two alphabet
apple, meta, amazon and microsoft and those reports might already be built in because those stocks are all down. 1 to 2, amazon down 4% morning as that opening bell rang. a company that combines tech and retail announced job cuts. shopify plans to cut 10% of its workers shopify, its business boomed during the pandemic as businesses rushed to set up those online stores, but that is certainly cooled off and online shopping has slowed down . shopify stock down about 15% as we take a live look at the numbers, they are headed down as well. the dow jones down about a half of a percent almost 200 points there. walmart microsoft apple. a lot of those companies are part of the dow jones and the s and p. 500 down one full percentage point. the nasdaq down one in three quarters of a percentage 30.200 points as well for the nasdaq. the federal reserve begins a two day policy meeting today and is expected to raise interest rates again by three quarters of a percentage
point that will be announced tomorrow. now the fed has already raised rates as we know three times this year, economists say. more needs to be done, though to rein in that 40 year high in inflation. financial analysts doubt the fed will go as far as raising rates by a full percentage point. but again, we'll see tomorrow the fed is projected to raise rates again when it meets in september, november and december. you've heard the stories of unclaimed luggage stacking up at airports around the world. we've seen it, and travelers are never seeing their suitcases again. many stories of that in the u. s department of transportation says the problem is actually getting worse here in the u. s more than 237,000 bags were delayed or lost in may . that's 100,000 more than may of last year, we found out what happens to some of those bags that don't get claimed after three months, many are sold. to stores like unclaimed baggage in alabama, where people say it's y day. my friends in college and
stuff are so jealous of all the stuff that i find here. you walk by something catches your eye. then then, then it's a great fine for the day. well the store owners say they've been in this business for 50 years, and they've never had this many bags available. airline analysts blamed the increase in the number of unclaimed luggage on the increase in flight delays and cancelations. they say that means the bags don't always make it to the airport where they're supposed to be, and they suggest continuing to check with your airline or your travel agent if you and your bags are separated. and we want to show you some new video showing what some are calling the future of living. saudi arabia is building a city called the line and release this mock up video of how it would look now a sprawling city would be replaced by a more compact environment. take a look at this video. it's just two football fields wide, but the length would stretch the same distance as santa cruz all the way up to sacramento. the line development would be 50% taller than the
salesforce tower in san francisco. and will house up to nine million people with everything they need within just minutes. the goal is to build a self sustaining city where people could live with minimal impact to the environment. worki arabia and the first sections could open by 2024. so we'll keep watching that. i'm pam cook . that's a look at your dollars and cents. pam. thank you so much. appreciate it. british aviation companies looking to the past for what is expected what it expects to fly in the near future. the company hybrid air vehicles is creating an updated version of blimps. they're calling it airline anders. there are more than 300 ft. long will be able to travel 4600 miles at a time and stay in the air as long as five days. also company officials say they cause a lot less pollution. is designed to deliver 10 tons of freight 100 passengers and to deliver them to places or take them to places that only 10% of the emissions of other aircraft
. company officials say flights won't be as fast as current jets, but the ride will be smoother and more comfortable because every seat is accessible to the isle, making it easier to get up and walk around. and there are big windows for great views to and because the airships fly lower and are so big they are less affected by wind gusts. spanish airline hopes to make the first commercial flights in 2026 50, the kind of fruit to selling outta supermarkets nationwide. it's called the pine berry to fruit. apparently customers looking for something new said to be a cross between a strawberry that grows in virginia and a berry that grows in chile. it said it tastes like a strawberry with a hint of pineapple. the pine berries are distinctive for their unusual color. they look like they're unripe strawberries, but the fruit is ripe when it's that very, very light pink. these have become very hot items at stores such as costco. i've seen them at trader joe's. i've never taken the plunge. interested try it. sure yeah. i mean, i could. i guess i could just get a watermelon and strawberry and just eat that at the same time and see if it does the trick. i
don't know. all right time now is 8 50 cells here with the final check of the road sale. what's that crazy talk, andrei. okay? gosh she's not gonna get garcia's not going to get them because they're a little more expensive. am i right? garcia you are right. and i'm sort of a traditionalist. i mean, i love strawberries, and i love pineapple, and i'll stick with those two. frank and fruit for her. gotcha all right. good morning, everyone. um the bay bridge has been up and down this last hour. i think that we're still even though it got a little bit more crowded. this is what i call the lake crowd. it really isn't anything to be concerned about. we may have added three or four minutes here, but once you make it onto the bridge, it looks good. i think these commutes are actually beginning to get much better. there have been no major issues on the dumbarton bridge. dumbarton bridge has been a very well behaved bridge all summer long, and that probably has a lot to do with the silicon valley being lighter in general during the summer months. is speaking of the valley. we do have a little slowing on 85 still especially driving into cupertino and on to 80 getting out of downtown san jose 8 51.
what about today's weather? here's steve sal. thank you, sir. well couple of things going on one has been inland. one is now on parts of the coast. our good friend leanne barney says sp. don't tell anyone over. trust me. l a v. i won't take a lock. i throw away the key, but the fog is lifting along ocean beach and i can see sunshine to the south over. pacifica. really? i see it, too. there it is coming up along pacifica, westlake, south san francisco almost a daily city there, but that's what she's seeing. why because we're getting a south wind instead of a west wind. there's a little low off of monterey and the flow is coming up from the south. so that's a different direction. now that's a cooler direction than the santa clara valley, but along parts of the cemetery coast that can clear out that fog. the big story, though, continues to be the moisture coming off the sierra nevada. and going right across over us this morning and lifting northward. had some lightning. you can see a lot of that outwards stocked in discovery bay. brentwood had rain. antioxidant rain.
lafayette had rain. wallet creek had rain and st mary's college in morocco picked up 0.3. this is about three in the morning to 3 15 in the morning eniac point. oh, one livermore, fairfield, stockton all of the traits, and they were probably numerous reports of a trace. looks like this line is lifting now solano county more towards napa county and lake county. the line that was out there to the eastern contra costa. kenny is now more out towards the sacramento valley. so we have big fog bank but some holes in it that in areas that haven't seen much sun lately, 60 seventies to eighties does look a little cooler today. fifties sixties on those temps right now, but that moisture is moving northward. as it does, it's going to give the sierra and not only the southern syria central sierra. pretty good, abandoned moisture moving through, but finally it looks like it will make it into tahoe is that i builds north. it could easily send some bands over us. some of that indicated by the projection on the precipitation forecast more towards tower and truck, especially by this friday and into the weekend, sixties,
seventies and eighties on your attempts, and i think what we have today is pretty much what we're going to have often on all the way to the end of the week. you guys all right. thank you so much. the 49ers are opening training camp today at their santa clara headquarters coming up on the nine talking live about what fans can expect for the upcoming season with one of the most familiar voices in various sportscasting larry kruger. also after a quick break scary moments on the water caught on camera or a massive whale landed on a small boat will tell you what
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