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recruit currently committed to s m u but that is awesome player out there. i'll be back in about 25 minutes, but now it is time for the 11 o'clock news. thank you. indeed. next at 11. that's here. it's real. it's upon us. it's been unbearable, but we're getting through it if we don't get power back before we close the night that would be a whole business data. we've lost the previous blackout. area businesses sweat out another day of power outages as unprecedented heat once again puts california's power grid to the test. the 11 o'clock news on ktvu. fox two starts now. minor dip in temperatures today, but the stifling heat returns again tomorrow. hello again, everyone. i'm julie julie haener mike mibach, california averted widespread rolling blackouts once again, but officials are urging residents to conserve power yet again come tomorrow, the state's grid operator posted
a new flex alert for tomorrow, and this alert is actually a couple of hours longer than we've been going through its happening from three in the afternoon. up until 10 tomorrow night. ktvu is jana katsuyama live tonight in the newsroom janet. no rolling blackouts, but cities across the bay area still saw some outages today. yes it's hard to believe how long this has been lasting right now. there are still thousands of people in san jose and morgan hill, who have lost power with other spots scattered mostly throughout the peninsula and the east bay. we talked with the pg any worker today about the challenges that they are facing out in the field. just getting the power back on. in san jose wednesday. it wasn't such a lucky day for the lucky seven supermarket workers and their customers, but we had a power outage around right before five o'clock manager vanessa says. for the second time in the past few weeks, they lost power right at the busiest time of day when the heat drives customers in in the evenings. it's busy so then definitely lots of business, and then employees were sent home early. they're losing wages, too. so it's a lose lose
situation. pg and e says by six p.m. more than 23,000 customers had lost power, mostly in the south bay and east bay. nothing it's time to cool down the nights are still warm, and all the equipment remains remains hot, so it doesn't get a chance to cool down and recuperate from the heat. so the next day comes and it puts a little more strain and nacho eric question is what pg and e calls in electric trouble man who's been with the company for 38 years, he says. this is one of the longest heat events he's seen. in hopes customers know that he and other pg and e workers are working as quickly and as safely as they can equipment that's out in the field over here. i couldn't drive to because it would be unsafe to drive, possibly catching the grass on fire, so i climbed over the barbed wire fence and hike the pole and operated equipment from the pole , he says. along with heat related problems, some outages have been caused by pg and e s, e. p s s or enhanced power safety setting program that shuts off power to high fire danger areas when a down tree or
some flash point in the system threatens to spark a fire were required. to patrol every foot of line and make sure its integrity is good. everything is up and we can safely re energize it. the genie has pulled in cruise from outside the bay area to help some workers are doing 16 hour shifts to help respond to all of the outages and kauai so again is asking people to keep conserving power tomorrow to avoid those rotating outages. at least one more day. hopefully not another one. right jenna. thank you for that, really all week. a lot of people have been looking forward to the sun going down, knowing the temperatures start to trickle down right there with it. the sunsets area, as you can see, i mean, they've been beautiful this week and let's bring in our chief meteorologist bill martin. i mean, i can't tell you i'm excited for the weekend bill. little break here. absolutely and i think that's a good point. about evenings have been. it's been nice, at least to get some cool and we had a little more cooling this afternoon and this evening along the coast and the
golden gate bridge had a little bit of an onshore flow. in temperatures. these are today's temperatures today dropped after yesterday's historic bay area whether heat which we've talked about it over and over now, i'm not going to do that now, but i'm just telling you today's temperature's dropped and look at how warm they still are still hot. they still are despite dropping 5 to 8, even 10 degrees in some places, so temperatures tomorrow are going to warm up again. so we had a cool down today. that's why they excessive heat warning is still in effect covers all of us. you got the heat advisory and read that cover. areas around the bay places like san mateo and sfo. but tomorrow is going to heat up again. not as aggressively as what we saw yesterday. it will be for similar to what we had today but a couple of degrees warmer. remember it. cool today . that's going to warm up a couple of degrees tomorrow, but it's going to be downright hot and we could see we could see 109 110 degrees in the far inland spots. certainly sacramento is going to be hot in the central valley, so yeah, here we go. but after this, we start to trend temperatures down , and then we have an interesting weekend weather
patterns going to increase the humidity, cool temperatures and kind of unusual we'll talk about that when i see it a little bit. all right. we'll see you then. bill thank you. in the north bay. temperatures are expected to rise past 100 again tomorrow . ktvu zac's asses in napa with more and how communities there are managing the heat. come on, come on race and friends taking advantage of wednesday's comparatively cooler weather and napa and getting in a game of bochy. if it was yesterday, it would be horrible and evening in the low nineties pleasant compared to tuesday's record high of 1 14. lot better today than it did yesterday. but for those without access to a c in the city never seen anything where the weather has been this particularly high before, and it's also not cooled off in the evenings. michelle singing her daughter taking refuge in this napa city designated cooling center across from them. the rodriguez family support to come over here to get cold in the
third day room. we've been here there entire apartment complexes a c system down. across the hall , margaret dib cooling off with their pup wally when it's this hot during the day, it's not it's something to be taken seriously. she should know. this week, dib ended up in the hospital with heat exhaustion. thought i was going to pass out and i was leaning up against the wall. and this really nice lady who i'd never met before stood behind me. blocked me with her with her body and called 911 neighboring sonoma county, santa rosa's fire marshal, hoping others will follow her lead on thursday to stay safe and let his team focused on the heightened fire danger. granted it does feel a lot cooler today when you were dealing with 115 degrees yesterday, but it's still 100 degrees out today. and the potential for it to go right back up again tomorrow, so we're hopeful that people continue to take it easy. stay hydrated
again, limit those outdoor activities and stay in a cool environment until we get out of the heat advisory and with temperatures expected to shoot back up on thursday, and much busier crowd expected here at the napa senior center will be open through eight pm and napa zac's as ktvu, fox two news. company that makes wood products is looking into whether a machine at its facility actually caused the deadly mill fire in siskiyou county, roseburg forest products says it produces electricity by burning fuel remnants at its mill in the city of weed, they say a machine that sprays the ashes with water may have failed to cool them down sufficiently that fire started on friday. they killed two people and destroyed more than 100 structures. roseburg says it is planning to provide up to $50 million for a restoration fund. police in oakland are investigating a deadly stabbing . police say it happened just after 5 30 this evening in the area of 98th avenue and d streets near the elmhurst park at the when you say the victim, a woman in her twenties, officers tried to give her
medical aid, but she was pronounced dead at the scene. police actually were on their way to another call in the area, and so people on the streets flagged flagged. the efforts is down while they were en route to the other call. police say they detained a person of interest. not long after the stabbing the this marks oakland's 86 thomas side of the year at this time last year, there were 88 san jose police. a motorcyclist was killed in a collision with a car this afternoon. it happened just before two o'clock at the intersection of sanitary psa boulevard in lean avenue. police say the motorcyclist died there. at the scene. the driver did stop and is cooperating with the investigation. this is the 46th fatal traffic collision in san jose this year new at 11, a maintenance worker was killed and another critically injured tonight during a multi vehicle crash on interstate five in sacramento. the men worked for construction sign incorporated, contracted by caltrans. chp says the driver of the minivan
heading north on i five somehow swerved into the right shoulder at centerville road at about 6 30 tonight. that's where two maintenance workers were setting up a lane closure for some construction work. both the driver of the minivan and the passenger are cooperating with investigators. neither alcohol nor drugs appear to be a factor in the crash. but it's still not clear if the driver was speeding. san francisco officials moving to decriminalize psychedelics what this means for cases that involve certain plant based drugs, plus when somebody is pointing, you would a gone it's just like just like you. you can't feel your body. you just think like what's going to happen. plumbing technician shaken up after he was robbed at gun point in the east bay with the thieves got
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and includes strict audits that ensure funds go directly to people off the streets and into there's only one choice. yes on 27. prove the resolution decriminalizing psychedelic drugs like mushrooms. the measure, which passed yesterday , says arresting people for using growing and distributing plant based psychedelic should be quote the lowest law enforcement priority and quote it also, states city resources should not be used for investigations tied to the use of psychedelics. oakland santa cruz denver, d c have approved similar policies and organ became the first state to legalize psychedelics as mental health treatments. small business owner in oakland is concerned for his workers safety
tonight after they were robbed at gunpoint twice in recent weeks. ktvu s amberleigh spoke with one of the workers who says he feels helpless after the traumatic situation. this is surveillance video of an armed robbery. two thieves walk up to a plumbing crew working in oakland's laurel district tuesday morning around 9 15. it's hurtful. uh traumatizing acerra, owner of oakland ruder and plumbing says this is not the first time his workers have been robbed twice in a matter of three weeks, but this year. we've had three vans, stolen equipment. thousands of dollars of equipments taken from us this time. one thief grabs plumbing equipment and runs to the getaway car and shortly after a thief opens one of the work vans and steals tools that will happen pretty fast. it was pretty quick. jose one of the three workers on site asked us not to show his face, he says two thieves walked up to him in the driveway and the one armed with a gun approached him, he
said, like, don't say nothing. and don't do nothing or i will kill you right now. i just got scared. jose says the thieves wore face masks, black hoodies and black jeans and that the thief armed with a gun spoke english with a central american accent, and he wore black and red nike tennis shoes. last night when i got home, i can still see his face. and i will. i mean, it's just like yeah, you can identify even with the mask on. of course, this is the real has the camera and the lens. me the expensive sewer camera system that was stolen, he says . this equipment alone cost $20,000. he estimates that the loss from the armed robberies and the stolen vans adds up to $100,000. someone's gonna get hurt. someone's gonna get killed either. us as field texts or them as as the thieves to prevent theft. the owner tells me he's removed the logos from all his vehicles and put an extra locks. but all of these measures he says, wouldn't have prevented an armed robbery. now
he's calling on city leaders to do more to protect small businesses. amberleigh ktvu, fox two news. we are sitting down with the candidates for san francisco district attorney we heard from john hamasaki earlier at four. he's a criminal defense attorney who calls himself the true progressive in the race. he said he wants to change the criminal justice system, he says the city can protect public safety while giving people who commit crimes the chance to turn their lives around. what that looks like is when somebody ends up in the criminal justice system. we don't just say okay, you know, the first answer is conviction and imprisonment. that's been the traditional answer. what we need to do is give people the tools to lift themselves up out of the difficult situation that they found themselves in and end up in the situation where they're not reoffending. misaki is running against the current d a . brook jenkins and former fire and police commissioner joe ali oto verena z in the november election. step forward today
towards regulating microplastics in the environment. the testing plans just approved by california water regulators. security guard shot in broad daylight outside of bay area hospital what we know about the possible motive in the shooting. we're tracking the heat. it's going to be warm to hot again tomorrow, a little hotter than it was today. inland. i'll have that
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they didn't write it for the homeless. they wrote it for themselves. 11 the east bay city of richmond has seen its homeless population nearly double since 2019. the city went from 333 and housed people the 632 in three years, according to the contra costa county homeless count, the county overall sites number rise about a third from 2300 and 2019
to nearly 3100 in february. county officials say the housing crisis, which is only gotten worse during the pandemic, is driving up those numbers staying in the east. hey, an armed security guard was shot and critically wounded outside the kaiser permanente san leandro medical center. ktvu brooks jarocz has more on what the gunman got away with. it was just before noon wednesday at kaiser permanente medical center in san leandro. when without warning, police say a robbery suspect had his eye on this armored truck and the guard who would soon emerge from inside the hospital in his hands. a bag of money we believe the security guard was walking out of the hospital with a bag full of cash, so this is more likely than not to pick up for the for the guards once he was outside of the hospital, but still on the campus. he was subsequently accosted shot once in the upper torso, critically wounded by a single gunshot near his head.
the guard collapsed on this campus sidewalk. police say the unidentified male suspect wasted no time. taking off with the cash in a car bound for the freeway. much of the incident caught on camera scouring all the video that we can. i mean, there's literally dozens of cameras on the vicinity and around, um, the vicinity that will be looking through for more detailed suspect information. for hours. some patients and staff were told to stay inside the hospital was locked down as investigators search for clues and evidence. some witnesses provided police with statements . i believe that it may have been. i believe it looks like a robbery gone bad, but there are still unknowns was the armed guard followed. did the shooting happened before or after the robbery? was it just single suspect and where could he be now? other guards should be on alert for sure. um and people in the area, though, don't know, don't need to be worried. the guard works for the security service gardaworld tasked with
protecting companies money ktvu calls for comment on the crime have gone un returned all as a man in his sixties who was doing his job is now fighting to stay alive. the victim was transported from here at kaiser to eat in medical center in castro valley, where he is listed in critical condition. it's unknown if he will survive in san leandro brooks jarocz ktvu, fox two news. california water regulators approved the world's first requirements today for testing microplastics in drinking water sources. under that plan up to 30 of the state's largest water providers will be ordered to start quarterly testing for two years beginning next fall. microplastics are tiny pieces of plastic that can only be seen with a microscope. they have been found in creatures and their environments worldwide. larger pieces show up in the ocean as seen here and can harm sea life. okay just studying the picture behind me. here is the golden gate bridge. as you know,
and, uh, earlier we had some fog and now we still actually have a little bit of fog. if you look really hard when you pull the full screen up, you'll see up here by my arrow. i think we've got a little bit of patchy fog trying to work its way through the gate. there's not a lot of it, but it's something and it essentially it's cooler air and that's what's going to keep temperatures around the bake manageable tomorrow but in the inland bay valley is not so it's going to be warmer tomorrow. temperatures tomorrow going to be back up another three or four degrees. nothing nothing. nothing like we had a couple of days ago or yesterday. pardon me. these were the highest from today, so it's going to be like these are how the highest will be tomorrow. except maybe add two degrees. okay, so it's gonna be just a little bit warmer or the same still devastatingly hot by any accounts, but nothing like we just had this thing in southern california. this hurricane k, which is going to be just a massive moisture is going to pull into san diego in southern california friday evening. that's going to bring some heavy heavy rain if you
have business in southern california, sat friday afternoon into saturday and sunday, especially down by orange county and those inland areas, there's going to be a lot of rain coming down. the potential is really there because it's where the air mass comes from. we, on the other hand, are going to see the potential for maybe a sprinkle, but we're also going to see a ton of humidity, autonomy, moisture, so temperatures will cool accordingly because of filtered sunshine, but it's going to be a warm tropical air masses. saturday afternoon into sunday. it's going to it's going to be sticky temperatures outside are running cooler by six degrees in concord than they did last night. overnight lows tonight are are going to be about where they were last night, maybe a little cooler, especially out in alejo and then the forecast for tomorrow you'll see the temperatures in the inland valleys go straight to purple, right. so you're back into the 100 still a nice little sea breeze along the coast and then after that tomorrow thursday, after this forecast, we're going to find temperatures beginning to trend down into friday with that cloud cover into saturday, see the clouds into sunday and monday, so it's
been quite a weather week yesterday. unprecedented tomorrow is going to be okay. cakewalk, but not as hot. bill thank you. police in southern california chased away hungry home intruder. there you go. better get out of here, garrett. a mother and son and semi valley said the unwelcome guests entered through an unlocked kitchen door, causing them to flee to an upstairs bedroom and then called authorities. the bear made itself at home. you can see it scamper away, they're grabbing some freshly baked cake and rummaging through the refrigerator. police body cam video shows the bear being chased away by officers. they can see a jump over that fence. their neighbors say they saw the same bear. rummaging through their backyards and trash cans. 49ers season opener is less than four days away, coming up in sports here with kyle shanahan and trey lance had to say today as they prepare for kick off tomorrow at 6 30. the san jose
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knights rookie david vr. two home runs on the day. this is the first one off clayton kershaw, who he grew up idolizing, so that was a pretty special moment for vr to nothing . giants 43 now dodgers in the eighth giant killer max muncy connects. zakariyah tell three run homer break the game open number 19 on the season for muncie and, yes, the dodgers win at 73. they take two or three from san francisco. 12 and four against the giants this season. as for the a's only the diehards out, it was scorching as anybody will tell you at the coliseum, so you got to wear your sunblock. braves in town is up to nothing. in the fifth. von grissom changes that takes the ken wall the chuck pitch and sends it into the seats, two home runs on the day for the braves only three hits but two
of them home runs. here's the other one. dansby swanson number 18 on the season that gives the braves the lead for good 73 or final. the ayes have now lost six of their last seven. games. for the first time since 2006 and american on the men's side has advanced to the semifinals at the us open. frances tiafoe he's moving on. he is fun to watch after straight set win tonight over andre rube lev of russia. and yeah, the first two sets went to a tiebreak and tiafoe won them both match point now down the middle straight set winner, the first american male since andy roddick 16 years ago to make it into the semis. how about the women and the quarterfinal action here? number one ranked player in the world. iga schwan tech of poland taken on jessica pegula of the united states and pegula just was no match in this one want tech
takes the first set 62. three and as a second set goes to a tie break. suan teck in the far court, she wins it when pergola hits it out. and so she advances into the semifinals, pulling for francis the rest of the way. goodnight everyone like them. oh my god. freaking funny. no. great what another classic one about classic. here we go. if you're looking for a two story house, i'm your man. i'll tell you one story before you buy it. you one story before you buy it. and [ both laugh ] tonight is the s.c.a.r.b. the southern california annual realtor's banquet. i think they know what it is. mm-hmm. it's the mother of all residential-real-estate banquets. now, for the last five years, gil thorpe has hosted, but as luck would have it, he's having a sketchy-looking polyp removed, so they've asked me to..."phil in."