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the home of the giants, def leppard, motley crue poison and joan jett and the blackhearts performing on their stadium tour tickets still available. this concert begins at 4 30 this afternoon. so keep that in mind if you're in or around the eric will park oracle park neighborhood. yeah. with the heat. it's tough. i mean, your house gets hot and can't use fans can't use air conditioning record breaking temperatures hitting the power grid hard struggle to stay cool and made calls to conserve again today, plus i'm a bit relieved, but not happy because i'm getting home about an hour and a half late. the intense heat is impacting bart riders once again today we're live in the east bay, where temperatures are expected to top 100 degrees for another day. and new evacuation orders in the sierra foothills after a wildfire explodes in size overnight, the very latest on the situation as it's reported to be at zero containment. today
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is wednesday. september 7th. we're looking live across san francisco this morning, a little hazy skies and it's going to be hot, not as hot as it was yesterday, but temperatures are still expected to soar. and for those of you who do not have a seat, gonna have to be careful because of the temperatures today? or an older adults reportedly only have four friends. they can count on, researchers from one poll survey found the survey 2000 adults, and they found three and four people say their social circle has shrunk as they have gotten older. meanwhile nearly half of respondents say they have stopped being friends with at least three people in the last two years alone, however, studying the national library of medicine people who have six or more friends have improved health throughout their lives. welcome to the nine thank you so much for joining us. i can tell you that. you know, i'm good with the i have a lot of acquaintances. um and i have a few friends. i have just a few good good friends that i talked to on a regular basis, but i
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have from the airport at 10 o'clock at night on a friday or help you move. okay that's a big one, right, sal. you know, um i am a latino. yeah thank goodness for our culture because i have deals and tias and aunts and uncles and you know everybody, and it's a different culture. we have a lot of people that i could pick up the phone right now and say, hey, come get me at 10 o'clock at the airport, and they would because of our culture, and i'm very thankful because no one. you know, my mom is not alone. we have everyone's around her and stuff, so i think we have it in that culture department. gasia definitely have people i'm related to by blood who, like have to pick me up at the airport. i mean, you know, sister is my brother, etcetera, etcetera, but i'll tell you, you know, we've been reporting so much for the past two years about the story of kind of the bay area exodus people leaving the bay area because, hey, if i can work from anywhere, why would i pay 4000 month in rent in the city, and so i've lost a couple of very good friends because they have left the bay area. so like latrice, who i love go on walks
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with she's moved away, and it's better for her and her family. but i miss just knowing. hey let me pop over. let's do our lady walks right? it's a hard thing. it's a hard thing. i will pick either of you up at the airport any day. any time you guys just let me know won't come to that. hopefully but if it does help me move there was a new it if you pay me in pizza. let's talk about what's happening over these next few days because a lot of people really are hoping to stay safe and comfortable. amid this extremely hot weather. we're getting just the tiniest of all breaks. roberta hey, andre, i'll help move you. there you go, roberta. thank you so much. feed me now. gasia you're absolutely spot on a little bit of a break today, but really not the case. i mean, we're going to be 15 degrees cooler in many areas, but still over 100 degrees. it's true santa rosa yesterday 1 15, 1 14 and napa 1 16 in livermore 1 10 in redwood city, 109 in san jose. these are all time records. it's never ever been this hot in the bay
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area, while livermore you had two days in a row of 116 degrees now, other notable numbers. it was 1 17 in hills berg fact of l 1, 15, 1 13 apiece, saratoga and gilroy. everybody was hot danville and wanted creek in the east bay 112. and the south bay, cupertino, 1 10, petaluma to the north 180 degrees hotter here. the most places i mean, death valley is the only exception at 125 degrees. otherwise we were hotter than palm springs at 1, 14 and phoenix, arizona was 1 10. it was 1 11 and vegas yesterday. so this goes to show you some of the hottest temperatures in the entire country are right here. excessive heat warning in effect until thursday night. the heat advisory will allow to expire later on tonight around the bay . the coastal advisory has expired inversion layer. that's what it looks like when you have a spare the air day in effect, 70 right now and half moon bay.
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that sounds good. 84 fairfield low seventies around oakland, alameda and also in emeryville. it's 72 degrees in redwood city . this is exciting. i picked up some mid level moisture yesterday that caused some rain to fall in the high sierra, nearly a quarter of an inch of rain and accumulation now offshore, same drill mid level class skirting across the north bay and as we zoom in, we see precipitation offshore. perhaps some of this making an end towards you, kaya and mendocino county. for the most part, this change. the weather pattern is allowing the temperatures to come down somewhat. but we won't have that scenario tomorrow or by friday. look at that. that's going to be the remnants of hurricane k right now. a category two hurricane remnants with scoot across the coastline to california as it does so. we said the shield the clouds work its way into the bay area, partly to mostly cloudy skies on saturday and on sunday with increased humidity call it mcgee
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. meanwhile there's a slight chance of a rain shower around monterey bay. don't think it will make it here, but bears watching around the state today, down from the triple digits of 1 14 in the palm springs area to one. oh, 61, 12 and fresno. it was 1 16 yesterday in sacramento today, 108 degrees and out of the nineties into the seventies of the high sierra. we're talking seventies beaches seventies eighties bayside pretty tolerable, but then into the nineties around the peninsula, where many people don't have the luxury of a c triple digits in santa rosa again 15 degrees cooler there down from 1, 16 and pleasant in dublin, sam ramon and in livermore one. oh, six are outside number today. 103 and morgan hill. here's your extended forecast. we bump up the temperatures by about three degrees and, yeah, you do feel the difference. and then friday , the descend begins until we realize seasonal high temperatures on saturday and sunday. hydrate hydrate and hydrate. roberta thank you. we
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could see power outages again today for thousands of people across the bay area. there is another call for a flex alert this afternoon while the state power grid did not have to implement rolling blackouts across california to avoid overloading the grid yesterday, thousands of people in bay area still lost power due to the strain on local power infrastructure. pgd did not have to use its rotating outage program, the utility put more than a half million customers on alert for that possibility. over on pg news website. there is a tool that allows customers to check their address to see if they could be in the next rotation to be powered down. okay jeannie brexit service territory in these blocks. different cities not based on circuits not based on zip codes , but all based on kilowatt, so we know exactly how many kilowatts or how many megawatts represented by these blocks, so we easily be able to calculate, um, where we would do those rotating outages. he says half of its customers are unblocked 50. this means they share a
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circuit with an emergency facility, including hospitals, police and fire stations. and those are rarely powered down. people we talked with said they knew about the rotating blackout possibility and they were prepared for them while hoping for the best. just keeping our fingers crossed that it doesn't happen to us do have a generator. ready to go just in case just to keep my refrigerator is going pg and e. says it's weather forecast shows that today should be a little cooler than yesterday. this could mean energy useful drop, officials say. the customers reacted quickly yesterday when he got that alert on your phone and our action helped prevent rolling blackouts service between pleasant hill and conquered stations temporarily disrupted yesterday during the evening rush due to the heat of the summer. gasses live in pleasant hill with how things are looking at this morning, emma andre. it's been much smoother this morning for commuters because the bar rail system both tracks have been restored. going from here to concord and also it in addition
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to that being restored, there is a 10 minute, slow down on those tracks, as well as the anti online going in the direction of sfo because of an equipment problem on the tracks. i left early today just to make sure that i got to work on time. the heat is so intense that can warp and separate the track and overheat equipment, which is what happened yesterday on the track between here and conquered, causing the service disruption. um i am concerned for this afternoon, just wondering what the commute is going to be like coming home. there was a partial train derailment on the same track back in june, also caused by heat marks said it slowed down trains throughout the day yesterday and did more track inspections as a precaution. many people took the bus when real service was disrupted, and some of them scramble to make it on another extremely hot day. in any time temperatures reached
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100 degrees, bart will slow down the trains, so the best advice for commuters and people heading back on bar in the afternoon or evening when temperatures will be much hotter is to check the part website. for any service alerts and to expect delays due to the slower trains. reporting live in pleasant hill and my gosh ktvu fox two news. we're going to continue the conversation about how they he is affecting bart with us now is chris filipe, who is a spokesperson for bart. good morning, chris. i know that bar has had a good morning. i know that barney has had a tough couple of afternoon commutes with all this heat. do you think it's going to be the same today? well we're certainly going to be vigilant for the heat. it definitely has had an impact on our operations on the yellow line and contra costa county and really for us, it does come down to an abundance of caution and awareness, and the best thing that we can do is slow down the trains to do extra track inspections and make sure that we're on top of things as they develop. our plans are flexible
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based upon the prevailing weather conditions, we know that what we have to do is really focused on safety. that's the big reason why we didn't resumed service right away last night is we again wanted to air on the side of caution to ensure that everybody was safe. we were very fortunate. the county connection was able to provide parallel bus service to move folks. it's obviously inconvenience for an inconvenience for folks to have to get off the train. we know in the heat. everybody just wants to get from point a to point b as quickly as possible and get out of that. he really the job for us is to keep our writers safe, but we're going to continue to do that. is it? does it help when it gets cooler overnight for the next day's service? chris, for example, if it does cool off, and those tracks have a chance to pull off, essentially because sometimes it stays hot at night and doesn't give the tracks time to cool off. is that affect the system? we will take any cool down that we can get absolutely and another group that we really have to get give credit to our
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our track workers. they were out there overnight throughout the evening into the early morning doing these repairs, and they really did need that real to pull down so that they could implement those fixes and restore our normal service. this morning. we restore normal service before 6 30 this morning . that was a huge benefit for our writers. we are continuing to slow down trains in that area again as an abundance. of caution. we're going to continue to do that, and we're going to continue to slow down trains really anywhere in the system. where it looks like it's going to approach triple digits. alright while i have you. i want to talk about something cool that i noticed because i take part a lot into san francisco. i noticed that you have a lot of historic photos because it is your 50th year in operation. i am old enough to remember when i was a kid. my dad took me on part in 1972. a lot of people are watching, even born then, right, but so it is parts 50th anniversary and for that you have reduced fares. yeah, it's a
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really exciting time. there's a lot going on this month. we have 50% off fares all throughout the month of september. you don't even have to sign up for it. you just need to clipper card. we prefer that folks have a digital clipper card via apple wallet or google pay. they just have to go through the fare gates and that 50% is taken off. and that, by the way, is a stackable discount . so if you already have a youth clipper, you're really getting a couple of discounts. so that's exciting. and then coming up on saturday, we have our big blowout celebration at the plaza at the lake. merit station in oakland. we're expecting a big crowd. it's gonna be a lot of fun. we're gonna have games. we're going to have all kinds of events. we have a time capsule. we have food trucks, all this sort of stuff, so we're really looking forward to a public celebration. it's not every month you turned 50 years old. tell me about it, chris. anyway thank you for giving us the update on the system. let's hope it cools off. for the most part. i think a lot of people are going to be happy this month with their fares are half off. so thanks for joining us. thank you very much style. all right.
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today is one of apple's biggest days of the year, coming up on mornings onto the nine the products, apple is expected to unveil it what it calls the far out presentation. another leak reveals what could have been found in mar a lago in august, and if true, it could have major national security implications. rivera in wash (johnny cash) ♪ i've traveled every road in this here land! ♪ ♪ i've been everywhere, man. ♪ ♪ i've been everywhere, man. ♪ ♪ crossed the desert's bare, man. ♪ ♪ i've breathed the mountain air, man. ♪ ♪ of travel i've had my share, man. ♪ ♪ i've been everywhere. ♪ ♪ gravelbourg, colorado, ♪ ♪ ellensburg, cedar city, dodge city, what a pity. ♪ ♪ i'v ♪ i've been everywhere, man. ♪ ♪ i've been everywhere. ♪
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this morning when restaurant owner in albany is sharing videos, some women who dined and dashed this is surveillance video given to us by 9 38 crawfish of vietnamese cajun fusion restaurant. it shows five women entering a restaurant. they sit down and have a meal. the owner says one woman paid her bill, but the others left without paying the bill was more than $200. the owner says. this crime is overwhelming and heartbreaking, she says. small businesses are trying their best to recover and that acts like this make that nearly
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impossible. happening today, a man accused of killing his ex girlfriend and trying to escape to mexico will be charged with murder. jose rosas was briefly in san jose court yesterday and the judge ordered him held without bail. he was arrested for the death of 27 year old susanna hernandez last thursday. surveillance video shows a man appears to what appears to be rosa stopping his car getting out and shooting hernand she wan running off. as soon as we identified who he was, and we had a good idea of what type of vehicle he was in, we sent a statewide be on the lookout for the suspect in this vehicle. hours later, the chp and border patrol officers arrested rosas 100 yards from the mexican border. friends say rosa's abused hernandez. well she had a restraining order against him. but detectives say rosa's ignored that order several times . so in addition to homicide, he will also face charges of violating a restraining order. no information regarding the documents found donald trump's
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florida state. some of the documents reportedly contained material on a four nations military defenses. madeline were very reports from washington on the potential national security implications. in a new report, the washington post, citing unnamed sources, says fbi agents found a document containing information about a foreign country's nuclear capabilities during that moral lago search. the file is reportedly among the more than 100 classified records taken from the property last month. we don't know whether it was a friend or a foe. uh huh. and the issue is not just about the content of the report. but what? what it may reveal about our sources and methods and capabilities to find out and learn about another country's military capabilities. post sources did not identify which foreign government was involved or where the document was found. in mara lago critics are slamming yet another leak only reason to leak to the media is to influence the narrative, which tells you this is being politicized, which is doing damage to the fbi, the justice
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department two important institutions to our country and attorney for former president trump says the government must exercise leadership and control , adding that the court has provided a sensible path forward , which does not include the selective leak of unverifiable and misleading information. on monday, a federal judge granted former president trump's request for an independent party to review the records a move that former attorney general bill barr is criticizing the opinion. i think was wrong and i think the government should appeal it . the justice department and former president trump's teams have until friday to come up with suitable candidates to sift through the thousands of documents that were taken from mara lago. in washington mountain. rivera ktvu, fox two news. steve bannon, a longtime ally of former president donald trump, is expected to surrender tomorrow. he's facing state charges related to its fundraising effort to build a wall along the u. s border with mexico. reportedly bannon will face charges that he diverted more than $1 million from donors
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who gave money to fund a wall on the border and face the same charges of federal level. but the president president trump at the time pardoned him as he was leaving office. presidential pardons, though, do not apply to state investigations. cigarette maker jewel labs has agreed to pay more than $438 million to settle claims by 33 states in puerto rico over its marketing practices. the states investigated jewel and said, gave away e cigarettes to underage teens and used youthful models and its ads and social media posts to attract young users. the company is also agreed not to claim that its products of health and safety benefits over regular cigarettes dual it already settled before other states and faces more lawsuits by nine other states, including ours. california is set to become the first state to trust drinking water for microplastics state water. regulators are scheduled to adapt the testing and reporting requirements in the state today. according to the san francisco chronicle. the state has been working with more than 20 laps
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in seven countries for years on ways to monitor microplastics microplastics are tiny particles that come from food, packaging, clothing and tires and end up in the air and water. if they end up in the humans bloodstream they can cause cell damage and be harmful. coming up a scam targeting senior citizens next on the nine health thieves are impersonating medicare officials and what you need to know. so you or your loved ones don't become victims. also ahead of man accused of killing a tennessee mother has been arraigned in memphis courtroom the charges he's facing when we come back. prop 27 isn't a solution to homelessness. 90% of the money goes to out-of-state corporations. the homeless get very little. vote no on 27. have you seen my new phone yet?
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prop 27 gives 90% of the money to out-of-state corporations, not the homeless. vote no on prop 27. it's a broken promise. this morning. the man charged with the memphis mother's murder , has been arraigned as fast as jonathan siri reports. investigators are still trying to piece together what led to her death. the man accused of killing eliza fletcher, making a second appearance in memphis courtroom on wednesday. cleo to abstain, was arraigned on charges including first degree
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murder. the new charges come one day after police confirmed that the body they found on monday belongs to the memphis mother in kindergarten teacher. we would not be bringing these first degree murder charges. unless we were confident that we could prove these charges beyond a reasonable debt, made his first court appearance tuesday on other charges related to the case, including kidnapping and tampering with evidence he's accused of abducting the 34 year old while she was out jogging early friday morning. he had allegedly camped out for nearly a half hour before fletcher was taken to want to go through her whole social history, his social history. i wanted to go through all the internet, the phones to see whether or not this was just a random thing or whether this was something that was plotted, found fletcher's body behind a vacant home near the apartment of absence. brother witnesses told investigators abstinence was washing out his car with chemical cleaner. authorities say they have no reason to believe this case is anything but an isolated attack by a
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stranger still uncovering various leads. this is an ongoing investigation. that's a possibility, but at this time no one else has been charged. abstinent also faces unrelated charges in connection with an alleged workplace theft that occurred days before fletcher's disappearance in memphis. jonathan serrie, ktvu fox two news there is an ongoing occupation by activists of an east oakland elementary school that was closed by the district at the end of the last school year. last week, the school district sent them a notice to vacate the premises. activists say they feel a showdown is coming at parker elementary. the community members and parents there say they've taken over the school in protest of o u. s. d s decision to close it and others in the district. in just the past hour. i asked oakland mayor libby chef what she thinks of the ongoing situation. you know, i always say i will not condone unlawful acts. and obviously the trespassing is unlawful, but i
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can respect and even celebrate the passion that people are pouring into this issue of our children and the importance of schools to them. and so i think this is one of those instances where we have to respect that passion. we have to work to create systems where school closures do not happen, and we have to also trust that our school officials who have the information that we don't all have have done their best to protect the interests and the education of our children. i asked mayor chef if the activists should be cleared out of parker elementary. she said she was not ready to say publicly if she thinks they should be removed. york city is saying goodbye to snow days. the schools chancellor says children will continue to learn on snow days through remote learning has comes after almost two years of distance learning during the pandemic. new york first implemented the no snow day policy back in 2020 and is now making the policy permanent
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welcome back to the nine san francisco much more comfortable than that intense heat we saw over the past few days, temperatures easing just a little bit. i hope you're not getting out of town. maybe you're visiting our beautiful city just for a day or two. this is going to be chamber of commerce weather. by the time we hit the weekend, that's when things will be much more mild. let's talk about your money, where your spending it where you might be wasting it. you're
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likely paying a lot more for monthly subscriptions than you realize. a study by a market research firm finds more than half of people misjudge how much they're spending on monthly subscriptions and the average american spends $133 more than they thought. 42% of people who responded said they're still paying for a service they don't even use anymore. the most common ones people forget to account for in their bills, phone and internet costs. very interesting. are you a good a counter? do you watch your nickels and dollars in pennies? or are you like i'll sign up for that? i'll sign up for that. i want to talk about this talk. about it for the rest of the nine. yeah and there's some services i don't need really use even that often to cancel them or what's the block here? well if we're one for at least one of them, i got this deal where it's like $20 for six months, but if i cancel it, and i really want to go back to it, i don't get that deal anymore month so i just pay the 20 bucks every six months. just because yeah, like harris, okay, it's stupid. i know, but, you know, but now you
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know, i got a lot of them because i got a lot of money special. another specials have expired, and i'm still paying well and sometimes you get them . there's one that i got. i got apple tv because i wanted to watch what the soccer show. i forget it. uh ted lasso. yeah and then i discovered that. oh, there's a lot of other problems. not all bad. sometimes they get you but sometimes they i could really use this is so happy to hear you say that. that is exactly what they want. and now we just want you to buy a new iphone. right there you go, and you will to talk about the big announcement that's happening here. an hour coming up in minutes first, so let's swing back to some wildfire danger in california as there are new evacuation to tell you about this morning in the sierra foothills, there is a fast moving wildfire there that grew in size dramatically overnight. the mosquito fire is burning near the community of forrest hill east of i 80 and plaster county. just a short time ago this morning, cal fire announced the fire exploded in size was about 50 acres last night and is now at least 822 acres.
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containment remains at 0% the fires in a hard to reach area and temperatures overnight. didn't cool off. much was still 84 degrees. at one o'clock in the morning. there are mandatory evacuations for people in nearby communities, spending the early morning hours looking for flare ups. of a fire that broke out near the town of rodeo. it started near highway four and berryhill wrote about one o'clock yesterday afternoon. how we were shut down for about an hour, while contra costa county ground crews and cal fire aircraft battle the flames. it started very close to where another fire burn on monday and threatened homes and businesses. we're pretty sure that we had a fire break from yesterday's fire that there was going to take a lot for the flames to come here unless it went up the hill and the wind changed and the wind changed then. we will be in trouble again and start evacuating horses again. anything we can help to really do. if they need help help down the fire on monday burned 120 acres. the latest one has burned
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about 50 acres so far, and his 85% contained investigators still don't know what caused either of those fires. cruz fighting the fairview fire in southern california, dealing with high temperatures and uncharacteristic wins. two people died while trying to escape the flames shortly after the fire broke out monday near the town of hamad. the fires burned more than seven square miles, and at least seven structures, including seven homes. it's just 5% contained down. advocates for the homeless say they're doing what they can to help people who are living on the street during this heatwave cruise in oakland were loading up with water, ice and other supplies to give up to people who are homeless. one group said. they filled up their van multiple times yesterday and delivered hundreds of bottles of water. people living in encampments say, well, those people who received the help say the heat is unbearable. it's hard to deal with, especially when you don't have any shade structures over here. we just want to help people the best we can, and you know it can be rough to see this and go through it. but at the same time, it's a
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strong reminder for me personally, that this could be anybody. advocates for the homeless say there are not enough shelter beds for everyone on the street. they're encouraging everyone to consider bringing water and ice to people who are homeless in their neighborhoods. the heat can cause damage to critical power infrastructure. pg and e. says its main concern on especially hot days is for its transformers , those boxy looking structures attached to power poles towers, they connect overhead cables. they reduce the high power coming from underground power lines to something that can be safely used in homes and businesses. it's really transformers. transformers get overheated. we saw a couple of years ago here in san jose in august of 2020. there was a major heat event again and we had many transformers that went out that we had to replace. but he can also damage asphalt, including runways at airports. no such problems yesterday, but there was some damage on how we wanna one and san benito county to hollister. the roadway was damaged by the heat section of the southbound road 1 56 eggs io
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hot, the asphalt enough to be a traffic hazard. that stretch of highway was shut down for more than six hours while repairs were made. happy to do it in the east bay school district is moving all of its campuses to have the schedules because of the heat. dublin unified says students will only be on campus for minimum day today through friday. administrators had closed three schools in the past week due to power outages. the district says it wants to give parents time to make arrangements for the rest of the week. deliver more schools will keep students indoors for the rest of the week rather than let them outside for recess. students will eat lunch in the cafeteria, then go back to classrooms for indoor recess . the temperature at one elementary school hit 113 degrees, the principal says. teachers and students are coping the best they can. the kids are good, though they're they're going with the flow and going inside where it's air conditioned. so fortunately, all of our classrooms are air conditioning. nothing's breaking down. deliver more civic center library is one of the city's
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cooling centers. people came to cool off and catch up on a good book, charge their phones or just use the internet. i'm from red bluff, california, which is like a by chico and it gets like 116 degrees, and so i never expected it to be like this hot. livermore has four cooling centers, including libraries and community centers that will be open all week. providing cool space for anyone in need. the state department of public health is advising schools to cancel outdoor activities as well as indoor events that would be held at sites that do not have a reconditioning when the high risk level reaches three or four. the national weather service determines the levels and most of the bay area has been in that range this week. the state also advises closely monitoring students for any heat related illnesses and encouraging everyone to drink plenty of water. apple is set to unveil a new line of iphones, watches and airpods in less than half an hour. this year's product event is called far out. it's being held at the steve jobs theater at apple's cupertino headquarters, the company's first indoor events since the beginning of the
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pandemic. apple's iphone 14 is expected to have an updated camera storage and design as well as satellite network connectivity. there are also reports the watch series aid will feature a bigger display and a body temperature sensor. let's get some more insight just ahead of today's big event by welcoming roger cheng, executive editor at senate to the nine thanks for being with us, roger thanks for having me now. let's talk phones because the iphone is apple's biggest moneymaker over although we have seen a decline in smartphone sales likely due to inflation during the pandemic, do you think the iphone 14 will be a blockbuster? that's a great question. it's a million dollar question right now is can apple sustains momentum and has through the pandemic through basically the last decade and so blockbuster is really tough thing to measure . i think we won't find out for a couple of quarters. i think the early demand will be high as usual. there are a lot of folks looking to upgrade and that launches sustain a decent amount sales now whether it's going to
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blow things out of the water, like previous years, that's what makes me seem. we talked about the fact that has a better camera. for those who like to take all their pictures on their phone. it might be, you know, a must buy. but do you expect overall minor upgrades or major changes to you know apple's main stage, the iphone, the apple watch and the airpods. i think we'll see a lot of incremental upgrades. you know, there's been a lot of buzz about the iphone having satellite capabilities. the idea of being able to text when cell towers or cell service is down. but i think that's that's going to be a minor part of the feature. you know if you've seen the operates over the years, a lot of them. the advancements have been incremental, but really, they're not catering at this point to folks who are upgrading every year. they're catering to folks who are looking to upgrade their phone after three or four years, and for folks like that this is a huge, huge dance or change in the way this phone works. smartphones have been out for about 10 plus years now, and i remember way back when we first got our smartphones, my husband, i sat down and said ok, do we go apple? do we go? the other thing? you know for people who
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have made that choice at the beginning. is what's happening with apple enough to make them switch or does apple understand? look? once you choose your campus, stay there. i think we've sort of hit a situation where folks have settled into their camp it there and android user there, probably a diehard android user at this point, and likewise if you're an apple user you bought into the ecosystem. you know they're apple does talk about how they've seen some switchers and mark and sheryl wise in the u. s iphone has just basically has surpassed android as the you know the top selling platforms so there's some switching going on. but really, for the most part, a lot of folks are committed to the platform of their choice, whether that's android or ios about what's happening today. i mean, the fact that it's being held inside in person is a big thing. after two years of not seeing anything like this, the wording they're using always like to dive into the meeting. it's being called far out. i saw tim cook tweeted earlier today that he's looking forward to a stellar apple event. what do you think all that refers to uh, a couple of things. i mean, i
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think the most obvious one is we've been talking about the idea of satellite capability that's in space. uh some, you know, a little bit of good natured teasing of the satellite capabilities again. i don't know how big of a deal this is or how much as, uh, the impact that he's going to have on your day to day life. but you know the idea that having satellite service gives you a little bit peace of mind in terms of coverage when there is no cell service. that is an attractive so important for sure. alright well, we'll have 20 minutes to go until we learn about all that's new with apple. roger cheng, executive editor at cnet. thanks for joining us this morning. thanks for having me. of course. wait. can't wait. all right, coming up on mornings unto the nine. it's a show that's spooky and spectacular. next on the nine will introduce you to paranormal cirque. that's coming right here to oakland. hope i said that right? cirque? yes, sir. copy that. alright. we'll tell you when the show is coming
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so you only pay for what you need! (limu squawks) he's a natural. only pay for what you need. ♪liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty.♪ this morning. we're learning as many as 21,000. people may have had their information exposed after a data breach in the system of the san francisco 40 niners, the team began sending notification letters to people affected by a ransomware attack back in february. the 49ers say names and social security numbers were exposed and access during the attack, putting those people at risk for identity theft. we're still trying to find out from the team if the people affected were ticket holders, staff or players, social media app claims it is more authentic than what's already out there be real, has users share photos of what they're doing in real time gap notifies all users simultaneously at random times every day to stop and take a picture. no filters. no time to get your makeup on or fix your
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hair. it will go off at a random time. every day. every day is different. you just get a notification. everybody has to take it right then. and there they give you two minutes like, take a picture and it takes a picture of the front of your camera and then the back of the camera, so it's kind of just like a reaction time, but you can actually retake it as many times as you want, but people can see if you re take it or not, or screenshot or common or reactor. it's i think it's kind of funny. like i see people and i'm like, oh, you re took it 11 times. oh calls you interesting, but i think it it's funny because i hope no one looks up. how many times i read a lot. another difference from other social media apps here. there is no competition for followers or friends because the real does not reveal that information. alright circus soleil is coming to oakland for special show called paranormal cirque showcasing innovative talents with performers doing the most dairy x in a unique horror theme that's never before been any circus arts show. so joining us
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now? yes ryan combs and steve copeland. thank you guys. so much for joining us. we appreciate yous don't have any lenses. i was wondering why everything was won't be able to see what a bad interview this is. let's go through. right and right and see, we're both performers in the paranormal cirque show and they both join us, and you can see some of the excitement's already building right here at the studio. so first, you know when we go to a circus when you go to the drop top, usually seeing jugglers, usually seeing different clown act, but that's not what's going to be in the show, right? tell us about it. paranormal circle. we have some traditional circus acts, but we also have some very untraditional circus acts. we have people juggling things over your heads. we have people walking upside down over your heads. we have dancers, actors, but everything has a horror theme to it. so it's a definitely an adult show. the show is rated r for ryan. no maybe i should feel this one.
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yeah shows rated r. there is horror violence. lots of bad language and adult humor, mostly spoken by us parents. you can blame us. so leave your kids at home, get a babysitter and come on. i have a great date night having fun friends night out. shows are awesome. i have been to a few myself and performances are just absolutely mind blowing the things that the other performers can do. you guys are both in the show. can you can you give us a tease about what either of you will be doing in the show? cirque italia always brings a new innovative way to show circus. we are one paranormal circuit is one of the units and, uh and steve and i cs in the show we play youtube ghost hunters, and we're at the most haunted. place in the united states, which happens to be here in oakland. just off that 8 80. we're exploring doing our our little tv show and we get we get attacked by different , uh, paranormal calendar.
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zombies we encounter vampires, scantily clad women. yeah clad men, which is why the show is pg 13. and you have to be above 13, and you have to be accompanied by dell. tell us but but the rules if you are 13, you definitely want to be either accompanied by an adult or just leave the kids at home. come out, have a fun date night and make sure you get there early because we have a pre show that happens before where you get to meet some of the performers so that it's kind of like a hunted attraction there where you can, you can buy your popcorn and souvenirs. but also there are haunted scare actors walking around and then later you see those same actors doing crazy stunts in the show if you've never been to a cirque show. serious seated person. i got to sit really up close ones, and it was just incredible to watch. i don't know how you guys trained for these things because they didn't think seem humanly possible. yeah the fat and lazy . awesome. alright so as you just mentioned before, it's going to be at the top is going
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to be in oakland over at the oakland arena. tell us something about when the shows are going to be,o 're going to be near the oakland arena. you can blacr conditioned. very important. okay that is important. the chills running in paranormal circle exit 37 to zone way we're right off of oak ports street. i hope i said that correct. but anyway, we start tomorrow night. that's the eighth. the monday the 12th is our final day. we have shows every night. you can go to what yelling? i'm very excited oakland road. it's gonna look like this is kind of like the you know when you drive by their looks exciting. well you can get your tickets in front of our tent. our ticket office opens at 10 am every morning. you can go to paranormal cert .com to get your tickets as well. that also has all the showtimes. and i recommend getting your tickets online because the lines stretch on for a little while outside our tent . you guys you guys have been performing throughout the country. and so this is just one
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of the stops. so you've seen the show really do well in other parts of the country. we just came from, like, sold out crowds in salinas, and we're excited to be back in oakland. we haven't been in oakland for a while. how many years 16 years? 16 years, so it's cool to be back. and, yeah, we're excited to bring the show to the people. personally this is actually circuit talia'. this is really cool. i'm telling you check it out. take a look at the information. ryan steve. thank you so much for joining us september 8th of the 12th tomorrow through monday. paranormal, sir, kicks off. and it runs until money as we said it's being held under the black and red big top 10 across vehicle arena parking lot. tickets by the way, started just 20 bucks for teens and 30 bucks for adults. it is really and truly an awesome performance when he got to watch, gentlemen, thank you so much for joining us for having us, andrea. thanks thank you have a great welcome back over. i think you did well. alright, thanks gents happening today, san francisco residents can get into the zoo for free. the san francisco zoo, self said celebrating california biodiversity day anyone who
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lives in the city can get free admission all day. you have to bring a bill or idea with the address. it says. san francisco on it, the zoo director says their biodiversity initiatives have helped rejuvenate the zoo. also happening today. oracle park will have some rock and roll bands on stage. four of the more popular heavy metal bands in history will take the stage at the home of the giants def leppard, motley crue poison and john jett and the blackhearts performing on their stadium tour . we checked and thereert begins at 4 30 this afternoon coming up here in mornings onto the nine a new kind of scam targeting older americans. in a minute how thieves are using the promise of free or reduced cost healthcare to take advantage of seniors in particular what you need to prop 27 isn't a solution to homelessness.
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90% of the money goes to out-of-state corporations. the homeless get very little. vote no on 27.
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homeless californians need real solutions, not false promises. prop 27 gives 90% of the money national university, to out-of-state corporations, not the homeless. vote no on prop 27. it's a broken promise. when a scammer calls chances are they're impersonating social security, medicare or the i. r s as jenna sack reports, one of
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those scams circulating and senior citizens should be on alert. tony lupo in greenfield prefers his flip phone to a smartphone. i need it just for texting. and making and taking and getting calls. mistake to assume those who prefer using a simple device are simple minded as a scammer targeting seniors found out when he called tony first he had said, did you receive your medicare insurance card. and i said, pardon me, and he says, well, you know that red, white and blue card there is no new medicare card, and there hasn't been since 2018. that's when they stopped using social security numbers as medicare numbers and switch to randomly generated digits in ♪ ♪ ♪ feel, feel, feel it ♪ [cheers and applause] >> announcer: live from
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can happen to them. we have some breaking news . we're following for you in the east bay. we have learned that police are looking for an alameda county sheriff's deputy who is wanted in the shooting deaths of a male and female deputies being identified as 24 year old devin williams jr his pictures on your screen. the shooting happened on colebrook lane in dublin. this is just our falun road, not far from the dublin ranch golf course it happened about 45 minutes after midnight this morning. enforcement is released an image of the curry maybe driving that's what's on the right side. it's a 2007. vw jetta would license plate six m e a 916. or they say it could be driving a 2015 hyundai with license plate number nine b m b 449. we expect the sheriff's department to hold a news conference on this topic coming up this morning at 11 30 . we will be there and have the full story for you coming up on our noon newscast. analysts warn the housing market downturn could last into next year.
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goldman sachs analysts project 22% decline in new home purchases this year along with a 17% drop in existing home sales. one reason mortgage rates are still high. the average rate on a 30 year fixed mortgage remained close to 6% in august. that's the highest rate since the 2008 housing crash and double were race. we're just one year ago, 30 year fixed dipped to 2.88% just last fall. some companies are finding ways to ease the impact of high inflation for its customers and its employees. consumer prices increased 8.5% in july compared to the same time last year to help offer some relief from the high prices. companies like dominoes and krispy kreme are offering customers discounts of select menu items, and some workers are getting more money in their paychecks announced it would give its frontline hourly employees inflation bonuses totaling $55 million. actor jason memo is best known for playing aquaman for his long locks. and now momoa is starting
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new beginnings to help the environment. oh, man. very even felt the wind right there. do it for single use plastics. i'm tired of these plastic bottles. we've got to stop. plastic forks. all that into our land goes into our ocean. and how about you right now? i'm just saying. things that are ocean. it's just so sad. so please. anything you can do. to eliminate single use plastics in your life. cut his braids and shaved his hair for cost to bring awareness to single use plastics. as you heard there, he hopes his instagram followers will help him in his cause in 2009 more cost stir when he shaved his beard to draw attention to a new line of canned water and support of the environment. fashion week starts this friday. it's one of the world's biggest fashion events of the year. the event dates back to 1943 is a way for
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american fashion designers to showcase their work on an international scale during world war two this year will feature shows from more than 140 designers. for the years, the show has changed a lot. there's fewer big luxury american brands that show during new york fashion week. they either have kind of moved and start start showing in paris or they show off calendar. so it's created a lot more room for excitement and energy around the younger brands. the younger designers the shows will feature the designers, 2023 spring and summer collections. i had a friend to say to me the other day, they think the pandemic has changed and will continue to change the way we dress at work when we're out and about just kind of like this casualness has crept into our everyday yes or no here. i'm asking a man in a perfect suit. am more cash out, you know? oh, yeah. yeah. you just don't see me. you know, i have so many ties at home. i'm wondering if i'm you and i are the only ones who use ties. i know everyone else has seen me
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music ties anymore, and i've got too many of them hasn't changed, but like outside life, maybe has a little kick it back a little bit more. alright thank you for joining us. we're back for our next newscast at noon. but in ♪ ♪ ♪ feel, feel, feel it ♪ [cheers and applause] >> announcer: live from new york city, it's "the wendy williams show!" ♪ ♪ ♪ oh, yeah ♪ ♪ feel, feel, feel it ♪ ♪ feel, feel it, it, feel it ♪ ♪ tell me how you're feeling ♪ ♪ when we're feeling how we're feeling ♪ ♪ and we're feeling what we're feeling ♪ ♪ here we go ♪ ♪ feel it, and feel it ♪ ♪ and feel it like this ♪ ♪ how you doin', wendy? ♪ ♪ let's go ♪ >> announcer: and now, here's our special guest host, sherri shepherd! [cheers and applause] >> audience: whoop, whoop! whoop, whoop! whoop, whoop! whoop, whoop! whoop, whoop! whoop, whoop! ♪ how you doin'? ♪ whoop, whoop! ♪ ♪ >> sherri:


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