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china's president of the oakland chinatown improvement council. crime just keeps getting more violent. episode i mean, this one really hits home shoes, the latest victim of asian ascent to be killed, robbed or attacked in oakland. local leaders say there may be at least one factor driving the attackers targeting lily. maybe not, but target asian i definitely feel that we are the ones that probably we know we're not fight back. carl chan, president of the oakland chinatown chamber of commerce, says it's time to break the cycle of violence cannot be silent anymore because they think that you know asian would be quite silent, but not anymore. so we got to speak out so that you know we will not become victims again. motivation i try to figure out what is the motivation. for this event. you know whether that's just money. just robbery today is her tomorrow. can't be me. police chief laurent armstrong says officers were just blocks away trying to stop robberies. at the
time she was killed. he says the department is boosting patrols in little saigon. we'll have a heavier presence in that area. obviously we're gonna shift our response to utilize many more undercover officers. is that enough? not only talking about little cycle in chinatown or the asian committee, all these police resources to be deployed all over to the entire city so that we can prevent crimes to happen in the first place. we are humans. we are we have lives. we have family. and all these random killing. i mean our lives matter, too. as far as department staffing goes there now 685 sworn oakland police officers that includes 30, who graduated from the academy on friday. more will graduate in october and another academy with 25 recruits began on monday. henry lee ktvu fox, two news, san francisco medical examiner identified the man who was shot and killed in the mission district over the weekend as 63
year old mario gomez sanchez. that shooting happened early sunday morning, and 19th and mission witnesses say he was shot and killed while he was driving a truck is that he was collecting bottles to recycle, just as the neighborhood bars were closing. police say cell phone video could possibly help lead to arrests in the case to other people were injured in the gunfire, two teenagers and an adult were arrested today for possessing a loaded ghost gun on school grounds in sonoma county. this happened around 9 30 this morning. at cardinal newman high school in santa rosa. deputies say they caught the three attempting to leave the school grounds before conducting a high risk car stop. after searching the vehicle. the deputies found a loaded handgun with an extended 30 round magazine attached. all three were booked into detention facilities. deputies say the 13 and 14 year old suspects are not students at cardinal newman. city leaders in richmond are concerned about a string of violent crime. four people were killed in the span of one week in four separate shootings. ktvu cristina rendon
spoke with police and a community advocate about their solutions for curbing the violence. people need help. they really did. court wants to see change in richmond following a violent week that left four men dead. he's a community advocate who met us at fourth street parking. the iron triangle, the site of a drive by on monday. the people are traumatized and they think this stuff is normal . the violence started last tuesday, a man buying shoes in north richmond was killed in a drive by four days later. we get called away from it because there's another homicide sergeant aaron pomeroy says. two men from oakland came to richmond and got into an argument at southside park. one man pulled out a gun and shot. the other police were making an arrest. in that case on monday, two more homicides within a mile and a half of each other police say. one was a targeted drive by at fourth street park believed to be linked to tuesday's case. one man died. another is in the hospital. the second shooting yet another argument between two
men were one shot the other. this came to the point where my homicide unit was taxed. it took a village to work all of our crime scenes and incidents yesterday by calling in other detectives and bring it in detectives from other units to help the homicide unit. we have to come with new ideas. and new concepts. how to address this violence in our community. and it comes with conflict resolution community needs to be involved to help bring down violence, and he wants to see nonprofits be given resources to help people like mentoring, training and job opportunities to stop playing with this and try to put band aids on care so they can't work. we've got to put value foot and meet behind it. and said that we have true opportunities here and stop picking who we serve. the people need to put the guns down solvent arguments solving issues with firearms. just isn't the answer it innocent people get shot and killed in. it's just not worth it anymore. detectives
are working leads and expect to make more rests in richmond, cristina rendon. ktvu, fox two news. san jose city council members are asking city officials for more money for police staffing today. mayoral candidate cindy chavez council members deb davis, sergio jimenez and david cohen held a news conference on police staffing levels. they say there are 17 police shifts not being covered in the city every day, forcing officers into overtime. what's more, they say the lack of officers is leading to more traffic fatalities, including 43 already this year and more crime and violence. this lack of sufficient police officers. is throughout the department and contributes to other problems. as i know you are all aware and as we have just heard people eat sucker, the danger and delays of side shows tearing through our streets, day and night. as we just saw this past weekend once again. our businesses and their
employees. from vandals. and even violence. officials say san jose has 200 fewer officers than it did in 2000 despite a population growth of 100,000 residents. a large fire had an apartment building in san francisco, injured three and tonight more than a dozen others are looking for a new place to stay. that's after a three alarm fire prompted a massive response from the san francisco fire department this afternoon. it took more than 100 firefighters to put that fire out on mcallister right near alamo square gate abuse. christian captain has the story. the fire at the apartment near mcallister and to visit aero broke out at about noon, quickly spreading through the building, drawing more than 100 firefighters to the scene just in saint peter lived on the third floor and managed to get out with the barest of essentials have my phone and my wallet and that's it, he says. at first, he saw smoke from his third floor apartment and checked out in the hallway where he saw even more smoke. he says he went back into
his apartment and thought about jumping out of a window to escape. looked down at the was like shoot. that's too far to jump. so i'm i'm i went back to the door. open the door again and it just like two minutes. the smoke was even worse now. he says he had no choice but to jump out of that same window. he checked before. i didn't know what else to do. i kind of climb down backwards off the window and drop down to the first floor. and. climb through the window down there into the hallway. from there, he managed to make his way out of the now fully engulfed building. san francisco firefighters say all 13 residents are accounted for two firefighters had minor injuries that were treated on scene and cruz say one woman, a resident was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. we are happy to say through an update to the hospital. this victim is in stable condition and will be okay as our three
cats that were also rescued from this fire crews to the fire appears to have spread from the first floor upward, they managed to stop the fire from spreading to any neighboring buildings, but say their efforts were hampered by debris, blocking their paths in and out. we've had items consistent with hoarding or poor storage. inhibiting our ability to make movement through the structure to get to a recall the seat of the fire or where the active fire is out. at this point, there's no word on what caused the fire, but we have seen fire investigators already here on scene, beginning the hard work of trying to determine exactly how this fire started in san francisco, christien kafton ktvu fox two news. authorities say the body found inside an suv submerged in the lake near truckee is that of missing 16 year old kylie rodney. the nevada county coroner announced the results today. divers found her vehicle on sunday about 55 ft off the shore of processor
creek reservoir. the teenager was last seen on august 6th when she was attending a large party not far away at a campground. the investigation into what led up to the srv going into the water is ongoing. paul pelosi. husband of house speaker nancy pelosi, has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of driving under the influence of alcohol. and causing injury. the chp released dashcam video today of pelosi's arrested may. pelosi is to be sentenced to five days in jail, a three month drunk driving program and three years probation. he will receive credit for two days. he already served in jail, conduct credit for another two days and will serve his last day in the courts work program instead of actually the county jail. pelosi was not present in court today as he chose to appear. through his defense counsel. the historic work of the state's reparations commission, along with bay area racial justice was the focus of a town hall meeting in the east bay this afternoon. it's important to think about the consequences of housing
discrimination right there kind of impacts of the disproportionate um, you know, targeting of black americans in terms of mass incarceration over policing and of course, what we can think of as the devaluing of black businesses. alameda county supervisor nate miley hosted the virtual town hall. the county is taking steps to set up its own reparations commission with a vote by the board passable this fall. oakland is also focusing on racial justice. we have mr cheikh objectives that include eliminating systemic sources of racial disparities that are embedded in city government policies, practices and procedures. city leaders from hayward outlined their effort to provide restitution to families who were forcibly relocated for a redevelopment project in the 19 sixties. the next state reparation hearings will be held september 23rd and 24th in los angeles. tomorrow marks six months since the start of russia's invasion of ukraine and
now the white house debating whether to offer more support as the war drags on. also ahead tonight, california voters will soon decide whether governor newsom will stay in office and a new poll is out his chances at reelection. for the break, but first dozens of fires at one homeless encampment underneath interstate 8 80. why the city of oakland stands to lose millions in state funding. if it does not do something about it, and here's a check right now, at the tuesday evening commute. you're looking live at the san mateo bridge cars on the right heading over to the peninsula and san mateo. not too bad tonight in either direction. we'll be back with more right after this. large out-of-state corporations have set their sights on california. they've written prop 27, to allow online sports betting. they tell us it will fund programs for the homeless. but read prop 27's fine print. 90% of profits go to out-of-state corporations, leaving almost nothing for the homeless.
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short deadline to the city of oakland to address the issues of the encampment or lose millions in state funding. we get more now from ktvu is tom baker. tuesday morning brought yet another fire at the wood street encampment in oakland. so far this year, there have been 48 confirmed fires here, including two in just the last week. last year, there were 155. some say it's a place of danger, while others say it's a pit of despair created by public agencies and private landowners. fact is, most of the people who were here are already gone. and nobody really wanted to talk to us, except one person who calls herself e being this railroad in the city and highway patrol and caltrans, all working together basically. last thursday, the governor's office emailed a warning letter to oakland city attorney that within 24 hours, the city should reply with what the city will do to offer
temporary shelter for individuals in the wood street and count mint. otherwise the state will redirect funds the state complaints that it has given $300 million in total to the city of oakland and alameda county, including 4.7 million explic activities at the wood street encampment yet people remain, i think maybe it would be nice if we could like. have like be allowed to do what we do like not have it illegal, like give us, um water. electricity it took us most of the day to find out that the city of oakland attorney already emailed response to the governor last friday, saying they're reviewing the letter. they want to help those folks and they'll get back to him. yet for now, people remain. i'm not really even planning to stay here that much
longer, experts say. the real problem is that california is between two and four million housing units short and until we resolved that problem, what they're doing, it would street and countless other encampments is just a great big game of whack a mole. tom baker, ktvu fox two news. a new poll shows that governor newsom has a pretty strong lead going into the november election, a uc berkeley poll released today shows that 55% of likely voters say they plan to vote for newsome 31% said they plan to vote for republican state senator brian dalli. 53% of voters said they approve of governor newsom so far while 39% disapproved, 24% said they viewed dalli favorably, while 18% said they had in unfavorable impression of them, and more than half of voters were unable to say what they thought of the republican challenger. california's high speed rail authority is planning to request more funding from the federal government to expedite construction of the railway. the
high speed rail line received environmental approval for the proposed route between san jose and san fran. cisco that approval means that advanced design work can begin on that section, which would share track with caltrain and include a stop at sfo. the high speed rail authority says it's committed to looking at other ways of accelerating construction on other parts of the system. so far we have about $25 billion for the investments that we've made to this point. we'll need about another 25 to get us to the barrier. and so those are the questions for the next decade is how quickly we can get that done. now we have already applied for a federal grant that will help us continue to push forward on the work in northern california, and, of course, will be continuing. those conversations around funding is we're not r the system. the first part of the system will link bakersfield and merced and is expected to begin service in 2030. the section to the bay area is slated to open in 2033. alright more heat
delivered the inland bay valleys today back to 101 in fairfield was 107 on friday. it's been in the mid number ninety's pretty much the last week or so. antiochus 97 degrees. temperatures tomorrow are going to cool down. that's why i'm smiling because you get a bunch of days like this in a row of what we had today, especially inland fire danger becomes much more of a reality. it's still a reality for sure, but the pattern that's coming. that's upcoming as we go into this bay area weekend is going to be very, very helpful. um, and that's your first clue right there, right. look at the depth on that marine layer as it spills in over the hills is so kind of trapped back there. but tomorrow morning, the model suggested that fog is going to be in your neighborhood and that will start the day off cooler and that'll trend temperatures down, and it's not just a small pattern shift. it's a it's a pretty good sized low is going to come in and continue with the onshore flow in the potential for more fog and more inland, pushing the fog all the way up into the delta delta breezes into the weekend. so what i just say cooler and it's gonna stay cooler for the next few days
into the weekend. which buys us more time in terms of concerns for high fire danger. you're not going to see a red flag warning this week because of that. here's the story the story for tomorrow. so today's highs and then we go down here and we drop down. you can see tomorrow's size 90 and livermore so down seven degrees down four degrees in san jose. so a nice day tomorrow air quality like this pattern as well as fire danger being lessened. so it's good stuff, michael back, we'll get going with the full forecast. we'll take a look. how cool is it going to get this weekend? could it rain? we'll see. we'll see you back. all right, bill. speaking of livermore, it was back to school today for students in that city. the livermore valley joint unified school district is one of the last large districts in the bay area to go back to the classroom. the district has a total of 18 elementary, middle and high school campuses students were turning this year are not required to wear masks the district is following statewide covid protocols, which means mass are strongly recommended but not required.
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earlier this month boxes madeline rivera reports on what was recovered. a letter of the national archives says former president trump had more than 100 classified documents totalling some 700 pages when it recovered 15 boxes from mar a lago in january. some of the items had the highest levels of classification, including those marks special access program, prompting the agency to alert the justice department materials is stuff that you're supposed to sign in for sign out for go to a special place to read. it would be very, very difficult to accidentally walk off with those documents. the letter also reveals the national archives and the white house counsel's office had ongoing discussions over mr trump's arguments that some materials may be protected by executive privilege. but the government says the documents are their property and need to be assessed some ways it's inconceivable. any former
president would do that until you start to think here's a man who just did not care for the law. on monday, mr trump's team filed a motion seeking an independent review of the documents that were seasoned mara lago this month. i think ultimately the judge is not going to appoint a special master, but there's a messaging component to these pleadings and the fact that you and i are talking about it this morning means that they are doing okay in the messaging part of that, pleading the trump team's demands to have a neutral party inspect the documents could get complicated, since many of the materials have already been reviewed by the justice department in washington. mala rivera, fox news and human services secretary javier becerra was in northern california today discussing reproductive health care and the cost of prescription drugs. secretary basara hosted two round table meetings in sacramento. during the first he discussed the biden administration's actions related to reproductive rights and abortion access following the
decision to overturn roe versus wade secretary basara praised planned parenthood for the work it's doing across the country. i want to say thank you for the work that you're doing, not just for california. but for all americans who need to have access to good healthcare services, it's crucial and i think that's one thing california does, right. we believe in being inclusive of offering people more opportunity , more rights. that's always a better way to go than try to cut the pie up and only give people a certain amount of it. secretary beziers second round table focused on lowering the cost of prescription drugs and other key healthcare provision in the recently signed inflation reduction act, and yelp is also taking steps to help people following the u. s. supreme court's decision to overturn roe versus wade. the company says it will add a new feature to protect users seeking abortions. um, being misled about anti abortion pregnancy centers listed on its platform. yelp
also said it will place a consumer notice on the listings informing users that the centers provide limited medical services and may not have licensed medical professionals on site. president biden has reportedly decided to cancel a big chunk of student loan debt president expected to announce tomorrow that the government will forgive up to $10,000 in federal student loans. he will also extend the ongoing pause on payments to january. forgiveness will be limited to only those earning less than $125,000 a year. coming up on ktvu news at 6 30 omicron booster shots could become available in a little sooner, a little sooner than expected. national health leaders are now gearing up for another mass booster campaign ahead. it's been nearly six months since the start of russia's war in ukraine in both countries are preparing for the conflict to continue for months , if not longer, lance is ready for his final preseason game. but how much will he play? our
for the first time ever, prop 27 will provide permanent funding for organizations like ours. saying yes to prop 27 means more people get the assistance that they nee they get someone to partner in such a way to see transformation come to them. yes on prop 27, because there's no place like home. fire with large flames and thick , dark smoke that burned through an apartment building this afternoon. more than 100. firefighters responded to the fire and mcallister and divisadero. three people were injured and 13 were displaced. city leaders in richmond say they're concerned about a string of violent crimes. four people
have been killed in the span of a week and four separate shootings. and some community activists say they want to see non profits start to provide more resources to help people with mentoring, training and job opportunities. pelosi the husband of house speaker nancy pelosi, has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and causing injury and napa county judge sentenced pelosi to five days in jail with credit for all but one the final day will be served through a work program. pelosi must also attend a three month dry drunk driving program and be on probation for three years that you are watching ktvu fox two news at 6 30 tomorrow as ukraine's independence day celebrating 31 years since the country broke ties with the soviet union back in 1991 tomorrow also marks six months since russia invaded the country. the white house is expected to announce another round of funding to help ukraine's military foxes alex hogan, reports from um kiev with the latest out there on the front lines. wednesday marks six
months since russia invaded ukraine, and there's no end in sight to the fighting. both russia and ukraine, repeatedly accusing each other of firing at the zappa region nuclear power plant, prompting a meeting of the united nations security council on tuesday at the request of moscow reaffirmed that united nations as in ukraine, the logistics and security capacities to support the mission of the international atomic energy agency from kiev to separate cia. ukrainian intelligence reports russian shelling of ash pits at the plant kicking up radioactive dust clouds causing elevated radio haitian levels and stoking fears of a nuclear disaster. we are worried like sitting on a powder keg. meanwhile ukrainian president vladimir zelensky remains defiant in his efforts to regain control of the karimi in peninsula, which was annexed by russia in 2014. the whole world needs to win in the fight against russian aggression to
overcome terror and return predictability and security to our region in europe, therefore, it is necessary to free crimea from the occupation where aggression began there it will end president zelensky fears moscow is going to amp up its assault on ukraine on independence day wednesday. also concerned about heightened attacks the state department warning all americans to leave the country. we have reason to believe that russia will undertake renewed attacks against both civilian infrastructure and government facilities in ukraine, as the war drags on. the u. s. is expected to announce another $3 billion in aid for ukraine on wednesday to help in the long term fight in kiev, ukraine, alex hogan, fox news and back here in the states, texas authorities have declared a state of disaster in dallas county. after this week's historic flooding, governor greg abbott says more than 100 homes were damaged by the storm across the region. some parts of the state actually saw more than a dozen inches of rain between sunday and yesterday, many residents were caught off guard
by how quickly their neighborhoods flooded. at least one person was killed and dozens of people were rescued. just kind of came in. asked us if we were okay at first, uh, and asked us to evacuate. evacuate immediately. just gonna try to remove all the damage. and start again all over again. and today, dallas residents were actually able to start clearing the water and mud from their homes. the storm is now pushing into parts of louisiana and arkansas. francisco is pushing back on governor newsom's veto of a bill yesterday, the governor vetoed legislation that would have allowed supervised drug injection sites in san francisco and oakland. the bill was designed to reduce fatal overdoses, but without strong local leadership, governor newsom said the plan could fail and cause more trouble than it's worth. city attorney david chu says he supports a supervised injection site in san francisco and encourages any local
nonprofit interested in taking on the challenge to run one, he says new york has a similar model. under the biden administration, the united states department of justice has not asked the new york sites, which are nonprofit run to stop their operations. and, in fact, the biden ministrations at this very moment is considering guardrails for local jurisdictions that are looking to operate overdose prevention programs that are consistent with federal law. the bill could be reintroduced next year. governor newsom says he's open to hearing more conversation and debate and expects the legislature to come back with a better version of the bill. santa clara county is expanding the program to stop wage theft in the food industry, the county office of labor standards announced today. it will start reaching out to more business owners who have not paid their wage theft judgments. those judgments were issued by the california labor commissioner's office. the county is taking action to encourage compliance by businesses in the food
industry before those food permits become suspended. when the facility is not in compliance with requirements, and they may be subject to permit suspension and temporary. uh assist, uh, suspension when they're closed temporarily, then assign, like this will be posted at their businesses. the food permit enforcement program began in 2019 in sunnyvale mountain view and in parts of san jose. it will be expanding to milpitas in the remaining parts of the city of san jose in the coming months. man who was once in charge of twitter security is sounding the alarm about issues inside the company. also ahead, doctor anthony fauci has some new guidance on covid in the final months of his job. what he says is needed
large out-of-state corporations have set their sights on california. they've written prop 27, to allow online sports betting. they tell us it will fund programs for the homeless. but read prop 27's fine print. 90% of profits go to out-of-state corporations, leaving almost nothing for the homeless. no real jobs are created here.
but the promise between our state and our sovereign tribes would be broken forever. these out-of-state corporations don't care about california. but we do. stand with us. sanjay covid booster campaign campaign and just a couple of weeks, the campaign will come as 175 million updated vaccine doses are said to be provided to states, pharmacies and other vaccination sites. health officials hope updated shots from fighter and moderna will better protect people against newer variants of the virus of all booster campaign is set to get underway soon after labor day. now that dr anthony fauci has announced he will be retiring at the end of the year. republicans are promising to keep him busy with testimony if they're able to take back either chamber of congress. dr fauci is there sponring to those threats of investigations and explaining
where the country goes from here with the pandemic? fox news. lauren blanchard has the details . dr. anthony fauci says he hopes the us will be able to keep lowering the rate of covid infections. though he wants more americans boosted, he announced he will leave his post at the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases and as the president's chief medical advisor, retiring from government service in december after more than 50 years, and i just felt since i still had a lot of energy to do other things. i wanted to give myself that opportunity. but a number of republican critics of dr fauci say they want him in the congressional hot seat to answer questions on the u. s response to the pandemic, and they want to grill him about the early lockdowns and mask and vaccine mandates. dr fauci retirement or not, is going to be spending a lot of time. in front of a congressional committee and committees. if republicans take back control, i believe that oversight is an important part
of the government process. but some of the things that have gone on have been out outright character assassination, senator roger marshall says he sent a letter demanding the department of health and human services preserved. dr fauci is emails. he and others also want to investigate what dr fauci knew about the origins of the pandemic. we're going to hold dr fauci and the cdc accountable america deserves it. dr. fauci hopes more americans will get their booster shot this fall. this as fighter has asked the fda to green light. there are macron booster. in washington. lauren blanchard, fox news. and we are tracking that forecast. it's going to cool off a bit tomorrow. i'll have those details. all right, bill, and with that we check in with alex savage and look at some of the stories we're working on for the seven o'clock news on ktvu. plus alex. all right, mike and julie. thank you. coming up tonight at seven. cleanup begins in the dallas area after severe
flooding all across that city. our coverage continues tonight with a live report from dallas on the recovery efforts that are just now getting underway. in those hard hit communities, plus closing in vanessa bryant's trial over the shared photos of kobe bryant helicopter crash site we hear from tmz about the widows appearance in court, this time with emotional support those stories and much more coming up tonight live at seven over and ktvu plus. alex thank you. but first after the break, there's new word of another sequel to the thomas crown affair. and this time the city of san francisco will play
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after yesterday's selloff, investors are waiting to hear from fed chair jerome powell, speaking at the jackson hole economic conference on friday. we're hoping he will provide clarity on how aggressively the fed rate will raise interest rates to address inflation. the dow fell 154 points today. nasdaq was flat and the s and p 500 tick down nine points. the markets have been on a summer surge with mostly positive corporate earnings reports. more economists say they expected u the us to formally enter a recession by the middle of next year. a recent survey from the national association of business economic shows, 72% of economists say they expect the recession to begin by the middle of 2023 if it hasn't already started. many economists also say it doesn't matter whether or not a recession is formally declared. no, we're paying at the pump. we all know we're paying at the grocery store. we all know what we're feeling. businesses are dealing with all of these higher input costs, so
whether or not they call a recession or not, really doesn't matter. at this point in time. it's you know, basically, the weather that's outside that we're dealing with the financial sector regards the national bureau of economic research as the official group that decides whether the economy is in a recession. the official definition is a significant decline in economic activity that has spread across the economy and last for several months. twitter's former head of security is accused in the social media giant of misleading federal regulators about the strength of its cyber security defenses. peters acco was fired from twitter earlier this year. he made the claim in a whistleblower complaint filed with the securities and exchange commission. the federal trade commission and the department of justice today on the four cybersecurity executive andrew hey, told us the accusations could influence ellen must battle to withdraw from his deal to buy twitter. to say that twitter was not following what they said they were following and they were not delivering on their promises when they said no
extra bots were being cold in favor of new accounts, so i think it's definitely going to be part of the ongoing conversation as to whether it allows must to back out or not. twitter calls the complaint a false narrative and says that zakone was fired for ineffective leadership and poor performance workers at another bay area starbucks story of voted to unionize, according to the california chapter of starbucks workers united workers in berkeley at the shadow avenue starbucks voted 12 to 6 in favor of joining the union. this comes just a week after starbucks. in san francisco became the first in the city to unionize. there are now 16 locations in california, where workers have voted in favor of joining the union. i think that's actually really incredible. i think that a lot of people who are deemed like necessary and like heroic employees during the pandemic have really gotten the short end of the stick in terms of like
benefits in terms of getting a fair wage for the amount of work and the risk that they put themselves in. i think it was just a matter of time before this started happening. starbucks sent a statement following the vote that reads in part from the beginning. we've been clear in our belief that we are better together as partners without a union between us, and that conviction has not changed . we respect our partners right to organize and are committed to following the nlrb process. alrighty we had a pretty nice day out there late was hot again inland. today we are headed for a cooler pattern, a lower pressure in the area pattern that will increase the marine layer. christiane shore flow, clean out the air quality, help with fire, danger and drop temperatures. so here this is kind of for the weekend, but it's holding true for tomorrow, not the main load. there's a week load that's in there now. but over the weekend, this thing really settles in and it provides us a bunch of cooling for the weekend with highs on the weekend. the hot spots just in the upper eighties, which is warm. it's gonna be nice, but it's not. going to be like
today. 101 in fairfield. 97 antiochus temperatures tomorrow are going to cool. probably lose another 10 degrees or so is the marine layer comes in through the gate there and you can't see them. i don't think you can see him. always sometimes you get a bump here, and that's like the south tower or something of the bridge. but you can see the fog streaming in and that's the pattern and that pattern's gonna equate to temperatures that will be cooler. then they were today and that's the plan for tomorrow. so hot spot tomorrow would be livermore. they'll hit 90 degrees down from 97 degrees and that fair fairfield area, they'll be down in the you know, in the nineties. uh right now it's 95 conquered. 96 fairfield temperatures tomorrow at this time will be cooler. it's kind of interesting. we got like napa's five degrees cooler. fairfield's five degrees warmer. we got a little bit of everything. six degrees cooler in santa rosa seventies in nevada, so it's kind of a wash. but basically tomorrow cooler. it won't be when we show you that same map tomorrow, which i will. you're going to shoot temperatures in the minus zone, which means 5 10 degrees cooler
. so what do we got here? we got that big low right there. and that big low is, you know, i like seeing it first of all, because that is an atmospheric river. it's not gonna bring us rain, but when the illusions get lit up when you start seeing these, these these lows, these extra tropical storms spinning. that's always a good indication that obviously it's getting to fall. but also it gives us an opportunity to get some potential rain in here early, which should be really just wonderful. here are the, uh, fog i set up for tomorrow. here is the fog set up for tomorrow. it's everywhere. burns back and then temperatures are generally going to be cooler than today. you knew that. and then the next day as we go into the weekend cooler still so 89 in fairfield , 92 antiochus etienne napa air quality, better fire danger lessons. it's funny. you the old agent. i could talk about all that's great days. now you know all i've been thinking about literally since the last rain is fire danger, and i'll bet you have to some extent in this this summer has been a pretty manageable and we did that story
earlier about less fires, and we've seen pretty manageable in terms of weather in this five day is an exact exact example of that this is a really fire friendly. five days, especially on the weekend. i'll see you back here at 10 11. we'll see you then. bill. thank you. the latest remake of the thomas crown affair will be filmed right here in san francisco. the third thomas crown movie will star michael b. jordan who will also serve as producer of the film. the exact filming dates have not yet been announced. this movie is expected to employ hundreds of crew members and extras who will be working for at least a month at locations around san francisco. the original 1968 version of the thomas crown affair. start steve mcqueen and the 1999 remake featured pierce brosnan. alright coming up in sports. after all the threats, it appears kevin durant is going nowhere. jason appelbaum will fill you in on that. and the 49ers. speaking of the niners, the nfl preseason continues with thursday night. football san francisco paying a visit to houston to take on the
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everybody. the 49ers. they wrap up the preseason this thursday against the texans, and then it's for real. today they held their final practice of the week before flying to houston tomorrow and as preseason games go, this one could be one to pay a little more attention to that, because quarterback trade lands and many of the other starters figure to get a little more playing time as the team gears up for the regular season, which, by the way for the niners begin september 11th in chicago. against the bears. i want them to get out there. definitely the ones but, um, you know, we're gonna talk about as a staff more tonight after we watched this practice and stuff i plan on playing those guys. but haven't exactly decided how much i know they won't go past the first half be the first half of the
most. yeah you hear that music, and that gets you fired up. you can catch thursday's game right here on ktvu fox. two as we told you kick off 5 15, followed by the point after joe fonzi and bubba paris. what? deebo samuel . what's he up to? well i'll tell you, he sprayed champagne into a swimming pool, and we'll tell you why. because that is his new pool and his new house. he's got his first real house members signed the big contract not long ago, so he's got a house and he is definitely going to celebrate. deebo samuel looks good. alright the giants let's talk giants because they have 40 games left in the season to make their move in the wild card race. they're going to do it got to be now tonight's game in detroit, where they have the carousel at comerica park. carlos roden on the mound, and he delivered future hall of famer miguel cabrera goes down swinging one of rodin's 10 strikeouts. he allowed just one run in seven innings. giants up one, nothing. the sixth evan
longoria has been hot and he stays hot, two run shot. 410 ft off. daniel norris, longo 5486 rb is the last two games and it is currently 31 giants in the ninth. and, yes, a souvenir for the aztec little leaguers, the giant 6.5 back of the phillies and padres pending the outcome of tonight's game. first kevin durant demanded a trade from the brooklyn nets. then he reportedly asked the owners to fire head coach steve nash looks like he's oh, for two. today, the team announced that they would not be trading durant and nash isn't going anywhere, either. in a statement, general manager sean marks, who reportedly durant wanted fired as well, said durant and the team have agreed to move forward with their partnership. in other words, if durant wants to get paid is $50 million annual salary, he'll suit up with the nets, or he won't suit up at all. and speaking of big bucks, alabama's nick saban has regained the title of highest
paid college football coach after signing an extension that will keep him with the crimson tide through 2030 savings. new deal. 2030 savings new deal will pay him an average of 11.7 million per year. seven time national champion winning coach will be 78 when his contract expires in 2030 staff has scoured the internet in search of something different. something fun to leave you with you be the judge. check this out. youth basketball looks like seven or eight year old little guy hits a shot and when you're gonna do steps night night celebration it's more comfortable with that's it's creative. you gotta have a pillow. i don't know how i would feel about this is the coach, though, right? i mean, like someone throws a pillow on the court on the side if you win the championship, otherwise keep the pillows off the court. i don't know. maybe i'm a curmudgeon and check this out because this next one, i think is just kind of gross. mets fan last night. i
saw this. this is a brilliant idea, right? yeah you gotta be kidding me doing turning his hot dog. terrible idea. terrible will say that beer and hot dogs do go well together. problem is, it's not working. i got it. i got it. i actually don't think. did you look? is there any liquid going through their doing? it's just come on, man. yeah i'm guessing the game, not a great game. unfortunate angle on that shot. that's not a good look. i wonder how many dogs he had a second one. maybe that could have been his fifth. alright memorized that shot. nobody's let's take a poll found that. no i'm not a fan of no. do i like it like it? you like the idea? would you do it? what would you do it not brave enough to do it. what's funny is he's poking a real straw through the hot dog. she was a real small don't know about that. one time i wanted to be more uplifted from that. that was a little bit
from that. that was a little bit about this is an easy one. you love this guy. me. come on, he's an underappreciated genius. still think it's me. it's not you. now think, there's a car named after him. of course there is. the mini cooper, 'cause it's me. how about this: he's a poor man's sheldon cooper. oh, tesla. hi. hey! how'd it go? oh, not fun. the doctor shoved a camera up into my sinuses. yeah, i watched. it was like the scary boat tunnel in willy wonka. did they figure out what's wrong? yeah. it's a deviated septum. the surgery to correct it is simple. he's gonna do it next week. why would you have surgery? because i can't breathe. i snore, i get sinus infections... yeah, back off, he's all mine. but you don't have a life-threatening condition. why would you take the risk of surgery?
sheldon, it's a routine procedure. i've heard you complain about his snoring. we... yes, for the first five or six years, but i've gotten used to it. it helps me sleep. he's like my mucus-powered white noise machine. sheldon, i'm gonna get the surgery, it's no big deal. end of story. very well. i'm done talking about it. thank you. i believe it was your turn in the game. okay. let's see... oh, this person is most famous for never having gotten his nose mutilated with elective surgery and never living the rest of his life in the shadows as a hideous, disfigured freak. i think you could give a better clue. i don't. i'm not even sure if that's a person or a typo. ♪ our whole universe was in a hot, dense state ♪ ♪ then nearly 14 billion years ago expansion started... wait! ♪ ♪ the earth began to cool ♪ ♪ the autotrophs began to drool, neanderthals developed tools ♪ ♪ we built the wall ♪ ♪ we built the pyramids ♪