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that i know growing frustration tonight with the repeated power outages hitting communities across the south pick. the 11 o'clock news on ktvu. fox two starts now area has avoided those rolling blackouts this week despite the extreme weather . good evening, everyone on mike mibach julie julie haener. still hundreds of thousands of customers endured power outages anyway, with the south bay hit the hardest ktvu is, amberleigh tells us, the mayor of san jose, calls the repeated outages unacceptable and wants to hold pg and e accountable. this couple in san jose's evergreen neighborhood tells me the power went out twice thursday afternoon, the wife says she had to cancel a zoom meeting for work, and the husband says, having paid 5 to $700 a month year round for utilities needs to do better at angers me very angers everybody that i that i know that they're paying so much as a mayor sam liccardo says
he's heard complaints from many residents know rolling blackouts so far this week. yet 118,000 customers still lost power, and the mayor says primarily from blown transformers, putting public safety at risk. three hospitals. relying on backup generators. one of those hospitals had the backup generator failed in the middle of a hospital. you've got no light, no air conditioning, and they had to shut down part of the emergency room. jeannie says it has taken an all hands on deck approach to keeping power on and restoring it quickly. we have had more than 500, pg and e co workers and contractors responding to outages caused by the heat, including line crews, tree crews and trouble men. utility companies. first responders. the power was not on when i left the house today, this woman says there have been four outages and four days at her. morgan hill home lasting 4 to 6 hours each time she tells me she has not been able to charge her electric car or open
her garage door. you tell us it's not rolling power outages, but four days in a row of having our power go out when our lines are underground. should be pretty reliable. and yet we're still suffering. cardo says the city will be working with pg and e over the next few weeks to come up with a plan to make sure transformers are maintained on a regular basis. if we don't get there, then we're going to go to the puc in the courts. and get a mandate to force pg need to do what they should have done. they need to get their act together. they should not be happening. and in this day and age, accardo tells me he's spoken with pg and e s ceo. he wants pg need to come up with what he calls a capital maintenance plan by the end of october in san jose amberleigh ktvu. fox two news. today's flex alert, calling for energy conservation expired at 10 o'clock tonight in the states grid operator has already issued one for tomorrow. calisto tweeting tonight we are grateful
to californians and our many partners across the west who continue to help calyx so worked through. that's very challenging week. tomorrow's flex alert will be in effect from 4 to 9 p.m. let's check back in now, with our chief meteorologist, bill martin's bill. things start to cool down tomorrow. that is the hope, julia. i think it will not in the central valley so much, but in the bay area, we've lost that excessive heat warning that is going away or has gone away. the heat advisories gone away. we did have a couple more records today, but not as amazing as the last few days of records. just a couple as we head into tomorrow, temperatures are going to drop down a good 10 degrees. so these are 5 to 10 degrees. these are the highest from today. it's hot, and tomorrow is the highest for tomorrow. so instead of 113 in fairfield, down to 103, 103 and the eniac, so still hot, no heat advisory or excessive heat warning, but still very warm to hot but cooler and then saturday sunday monday temperatures trend
off dramatically. we'll look into that when i see you back here. all right, bill. thank you. queen elizabeth. the second died today at the age of 96. she was surrounded by her four children at her balmoral castle estate in scotland. she was britain's longest reigning monarch celebrating 70 years. just this past summer, condolences poured in from around the world and tonight flags are flying at half staff at the u. s. capitol. and the white house house speaker nancy pelosi, ordering the flags lowered after news of the queen's death in 1991, queen elizabeth addressed congress, the only monarch to do so. in a statement, pelosi said she was honored to have attended that address. joining us now. here in studio ktvu jana katsuyama with reaction from people right here in the bay area, jenna mike and julie. some people took flowers to the british consulate office in downtown san francisco this evening, and many people said that they will remember her dignity, her grace and sense of
duty as the world absorbed the shock of queen elizabeth. the second sudden death, people began bringing bouquets of flowers to the british consulate in downtown san francisco. for many brits in the bay area, it is a loss felt more deeply grieving from a continent away. i was shedding tears, especially when we first heard about it. kathleen koumura, its former president of the british american business council in san francisco, and she remembers being a child when queen elizabeth took the throne for kimura, a precious memory being invited to buckingham palace and receiving an award when the queen honored her. i went to my husband and went to buckingham palace. and prince charles made the presentations to all of those who had gotten to receive their awards. for many other brits, such as christopher dean , the queen is the only monarch they've ever known. she's been queen for 70 years. which is longer than i've been alive. and longer than. vast majority of the people in england for her,
too. you know, be there and now she's not. it's strange, so cut out figures of queen elizabeth and signed celebrating her platinum jubilee this past summer still decorate the crowning crumpet tea room in san francisco ability to be so steady and to be a rock for the country, which i think has been amazing. the owners christopher and amy dean, set up a table in the queen's memory. thursday her photo, the union flag and flowers, paying tribute to her life and reign. she came to you to really be a symbol for, um, not just the british people, but but but people across the world of stability of duty of public service service to the end as the queen welcomed the new prime minister in her last official act with the grace and duty that brought admiration, love and respect from so many doing that two days before she passed away. i mean, what an example. but for doing her duty the lobby below
the british consulate in san francisco has two large tables to receive flowers and san francisco city hall is planning to have a book for people to write condolence messages that will be on city hall's fourth floor tomorrow from 10 am until three pm i can julie, so people who want to express themselves or send a message to the crown. will be able to do that loved by so many, and i remember the image just from last year at her husband's funeral, where she was sitting in the pew by herself mask on because of the covid restrictions, your heart breaks , but i know so many are mourning tonight in britain, but that now knowing they are back together once again, you know so many images of her, um, from when she was young to older and always with so much dignity, 73 years of marriage, jenna thank you. thanks, janna. well time magazine honoring the late queen elizabeth with a special commemorative issue. the photo on the cover was taken in 1968. when she was 42 years old. she had already been queen for more
than 15 years. tonight health officials in southern california are investigating a possible death due to monkey pox. all they know is that a local person was infected with the disease before they died in l. a county. this is just the second case in the nation being investigated as a possible monkeypox death. texas confirmed the first us monkey parks death in august. the cdc counts just seven confirmed deaths worldwide update now on a san leandro armored truck guard who was shot yesterday at kaiser medical center in san leandro. we learned this evening that guard has died of his injuries. police say the guard was leaving the hospital with a bag of money and heading back to his armored truck when he was shot near his head. the guard collapsed and the suspect took off with the cash. the victim was in his sixties and worked for gardaworld for 40 years. his name has not been released. the suspect in the shooting is still on the loose tonight. still to come. the final approval for hundreds of new units of
affordable housing that convenient location right next to an east bay bart station, plus a state of emergency the emergency tonight as the mosquito fire continues to grow , the latest from the front lines coming up next. the choice between prop 26 and 27? let's get real. prop, 26 means no money to fix homelessness, no enforcement oversight and no support for disadvantaged tribes. yikes! prop 27 generates hundreds of millions towards priorities like new housing units in all 58 counties.
burning just about 70 miles west of lake tahoe. this is right between 50 and 80. the wildfire erupted in size. today it now sits nearly 14,000 acres. governor newsom has declared a state of emergency in eldorado and plaster counties. the fire is forcing thousands of people out of their homes tonight reporter or kommando has more on those mandatory evacuations. thick black smoke fills the sky off volcano ville road as the mosquito fire rages on the flames, jumping the american river crossing into el dorado county thursday, forcing mandatory evacuation orders in volcano ville, bottle hill and georgetown awful volcano ville resident linda gamble, saying it was a scary situation when she left her trailer behind the sheriff came and picked us up. and he had to drive through fire to get us out. like many, linda came to georgetown to figure out what to do next, as the uncertainty sets in, because we don't know what's going to
happen with if our trailer burns down. where are we going to live? um you know, it's just it's very scary. car after car evacuating from georgetown with the plume of smoke lingering in the distance. four o'clock in the morning. we got the door knock. you need to get out volcano ville residents judy and clifford. hey, big packing up what they could and leaving their home in the early morning hours. the whole ordeal a blur, horrible. horrible said it's you know, i didn't cry. panic. we were just in shock. you just go like a robot zone, main street mercantile and georgetown. where about 50 vendors come to sell craft items, but they're putting the chairs inside and closing up shop for now. they don't want to take any chances, especially with this fire so close to home . actually this is like the fourth time we evacuated because of the fires, but they was usually a long ways off. this is right. there will wait out the
fire out of town at their friend nancy's home. lindo is here is also staying with loved ones, hoping her trailer is still standing. if we lose it, we've lost everything. and that was or go manner reporting take a look at this here on your screen smoke rolling right across lake tahoe today. this is the view from homewood on the west shore air quality conditions not good at all around the lake, especially in south shore. the national weather service expects widespread he's in areas of smoke into the weekend in southern california, flight instructor and student were killed in a small plane crash at the santa monica airport. santa monica police say the victims were the only people on board. firefighters say the aircraft appeared to make an abrupt upward maneuver just after touching down, then crashed. the faa and the ntsb are investigating the crash. 11. the barn board of directors gave the final approval today to build 457 housing units on a parking lot there at the lake merritt station. bart says nearly 30% of
the housing will be affordable to low and middle income households. the project will also include space for offices, shops and a daycare. the approval is just one piece of bart's expansive, transit oriented development plan with the goal of building 20,000 housing units. tonight we are learning more about an east bay sheriff's deputy accused of shooting a married couple what the suspect's mother is saying also new data from the cdc suggesting 25% of americans received treatment. for mental health last year, the age group that saw the sharpest increase in care and we're not that far from the weekend. now as we head towards friday, we'll take a peek at some changing weather. it's not gonna be as hot but it's going to be pretty muggy. we'll
want a permanent solution to homelessness? you won't get it with prop 27. it was written and funded by out-of-state corporations to permanently maximize profits, not homeless funding. 90% of the profits go to out-of-state corporations permanently. only pennies on the dollar for the homeless permanently. and with loopholes, the homeless get even less permanently. prop 27. they didn't write it for the homeless. they wrote it for themselves. city say eight men and a woman
wearing hoods and ski masks robbed a sporting goods store today, investigators say the group made off with about $2600 worth of merchandise from the champ store at the ceremony, shopping center. police also say one of the members of the group threatened the assistant manager, saying he would hurt all of the employees if the manager tried to stop him information tonight in the case of the alameda county sheriff's deputy arrested in the shooting death of a married couple in dublin, ktvu. crime reporter henry lee spoke with the suspect's mother today. about what apparently led to the deadly shooting alameda county sheriff's deputy devin williams jr now behind bars at the very same jail, where he worked just hours before the violence. it's a stunning turn for a law enforcement officer now accused of fatally shooting married couple bennison and maria tran in their five bedroom home on colebrook lane in dublin early wednesday morning. i have learned that the deputy had been in a romantic relationship with 42 year old maria tran seen here in this undated photo. she was gunned down along with 57 year
old bennison tran, her husband of two decades and a retired engineer for the city of santa clara. she told him she loved him. they want a 10 day trip by phone that deputies mother anitra williams told me her son had started a relationship with maria tran back in january. the two minute john george psychiatric hospital where tran worked as a nurse, maria tren tran represented herself as an unmarried woman. in fact, her exact words where she was a 35 year old single parent. who had been recently divorced, she says she urged her son to stay clear of her. anitra williams made clear violence is unacceptable. bottom line is right now. there's a young boy that's missing both his mother and father. i don't condone anything that happened, she says her son called her while driving in the central valley. i told him the cowardly thing to do would be to take your life. i talked to my son and told my son tap into who i raised you to be. the deputy then spoke to the dublin police chief and surrendered to chp officers in kalinga. williams
was a former stockton police officer, but failed his probationary period after a year . people are are saying, um did we miss something? did we did we not do something right? sheriff's lieutenant ray kelly says no one was aware of the deputies. inner turmoil somewhere. in the last several months of his life. some significant events happened that led up to this moment. a lot of those events when undiscovered and. disclosed deputy is being held without bail here at santa rita jail. the ds reviewing the case before determining whether to file formal charges. one more note. that deputy says he tasked his on duty weapon allegedly used in the killings out of his car in the altamont pass area. that gun has still not been found in dublin. henry lee ktvu fox two news mental health experts say they are not surprised to see that rates of anxiety and depression spiked during the pandemic, especially among adults under the age of 45 . you're thinking about a generation of millennials who have experience a whole host of
pretty traumatic events. think columbine september 11th a real session in 2008, and now this global pandemic. nearly one in four adults under the age of 45 received mental health treatment in 2021, according to the cdc. that is a jump of nearly 5% from 2019 san jose state professor lester papa said it's important to de stigmatize seeking help for mental health issues. alright we're looking at the high temperatures again from today. it was warmer. yesterday was a little cooler. today is a little warmer tomorrow temperatures going to be a little bit cooler again and then significant cooling as we head towards the weekend, but these temperatures pretty impressive in 111 and conquered 113 in fairfield, the current temperatures are still pretty warm or hot. if you will. brownwood at 91 degrees, that's hot. san francisco has cooled off to 62 creeks. 87 degrees, temperatures are running a little warmer than they were last night inland. but a little
cooler along the coast. indicating a bit of a sea breeze . the pattern is this. the high has weakened a little bit, so we're going to start a slight cooling also going to see some clouds coming up from the system in the south is hurricane. it's dying and becoming a tropical storm and will be just be a massive humidity and moisture is going to come north and bring us a lot of humidity. on saturday and sunday the opportunity for a shower maybe, but you know who's gonna most likely not maybe a sprinkle, but for southern california for san diego in those areas, i think tomorrow afternoon evening and saturday they're gonna get significant rainfall. significant like it's going to be a story. we'll be talking about it. this is on friday night into saturday. san diego so in may be further north to into los angeles county. these are the forecast numbers for tomorrow or forecast colors if you will, and the thing to note is more greens, more yellows. it's not enough, but it's more and you can see the purple getting the hundreds getting pushed to the east. tomorrow morning in sacramento. air quality is gonna be bad,
too, by the way without mosquito fire forecast highs with that mosquito fire because that smoke is coming down slope now and as it does, it's going to settle in. and sacramento auburn, all those areas right along in granite bay roosevelt required to be horrible, and then it will start to move on as the afternoon goes on, but tahoe smoke really bad as well. we're gonna get a wind shift out of the south this weekend, which will push that smoke up towards county up into the paradise red bluff reading area should stay out of the bay area that is that the at least the way the winds look now the smoke that is, but tahoe for now in northern california going to be northeast california experiencing that smoke, all right? bill thank you. boxes. new country music drama monarch set to air on sunday on tmz live monarch star susan sarandon admitted she knew very little about country music before starting the show. but she said that she was very intrigued by how the music tells stories about everything from jealousy to love a family to love of america and also for
drinking beer. so actually be able to go into that bubble. you know, this new yorker goes down to atlanta to merge yourself in this whole little rule was really interesting for me and um and so, telling stories that are about all these things i think is right in keeping with the music, we got to show the world sarandon plays dottie control roman, a tough matriarch who is fighting to keep alive her family's country music legacy and monarch premieres this sunday, right here on ktvu fax you right after the nfl on fox is double header, and then we'll encore again that night at eight o'clock monarch makes its regular time slot debut on tuesday, september 20th at nine pm. the nfl kicked off tonight, but the super bowl champion rams didn't look like champions tonight. jason appelbaum has the highlights coming up next. how about this though up first? are ktvu cameras cut two rookies for the golden state warriors ryan
rollins and patrick baldwin getting a tour of san francisco's japantown today. this is all part of the rookies in the bay program to connect players with the community. it's also ahead of the team's trip to japan this fall. you're watching the 11 o'clock news on ktvu the 11 o'clock news on ktvu sports coming up next. have you seen my new phone yet? it like, folds in half. i would never switch to samsung, i love my phone. what??? ♪ (...it folds in half.) you see i love my phone. i would never switch to samsuuu... (gasping) ♪ another busy day?
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everybody the nfl season kicked off tonight in los angeles, the defending champion rams didn't look very good hosting the buffalo bills, watermelon heads and rams fans packing so far stadium on thursday night builds controlled the game, but cooper cup went off. 13 catches 128 yards. if he's on your fantasy team, good for you and that touchdown. nice toe tap, but 10
7 bills at this juncture, all buffalo up. 24 to 10 in the fourth. josh allen, big arm can run steps up fires deep to stefon diggs gets behind. jalen ramsey 53 yard touchdown, allen three touchdown passes one on the ground, stefon diggs does a little dance bills rolled the champs 31 to 10 49ers opened the season sunday in chicago. and hello there, george kittle will kid will be on the field, though. when they play on sunday, he's popped up on the injury list with a groin injury, which he suffered on monday. it's kept him out of the last couple of practices. head coach kyle shanahan. he's calling it day to day, but several reports are calling it just a little more serious. and if kittle does play, you got to wonder how effective he will be after losing two straight games in l. a. the giants were back at it for a doubleheader in milwaukee didn't go well. barrel man, though, was on the scene and
american family feels for game one, the top of the third mike pence rimsky drives one into the gap with two hours lamont rate weight is on his horse, and he's running around the bases all the way around the slide and safely yes, ends up with a double giants up one, nothing brewers, though they tie in the fourth and then take the lead on this ground rule double by hunter renfroe off jacob junius to one milwaukee and then we go to the seventh. you gotta show corbyn burns because he's got that hair flowing. and he's striking everybody out. jock peterson chase is one of the dirt. corbyn eight innings. three hits 14 strikeouts. giants lose game 12 to 1 game too i love this fan. he's got the grateful dead thing going. he's got the devo thing going and he's ready to watch the giants who did not look good. alex young gave up walk a single and a walk to start the game and almost got out of it. but evan longoria just botches the tailor made double play off hunter
renfro's bat. two runs come in to score, and milwaukee is now up 4 to 1 in the eighth. we're taking you out with this because it's really the loan highlight for the giants home run number 22 for jack peterson. but the giants lose game 242 to 4 straight loss. for san francisco. how about the a shortstop elvis andrus now plays for the white sox. so he was back at the coliseum, saying hello to his former mates, and then he stepped up to the plate and just absolutely hammered one into the empty seats and left field. that's gotta feel good for andrew's yoan moncada followed with the home run, and then moncada again the next inning, his second homer in the first two innings. he also doubled five for six from moncada, five rbis. white sox pound out 21 hits including five home runs to cruise to a 14 to win. alright something fun to end on check this out. this is broccoli man. okay alright. you know, his mission in life is to promote promote good eating.
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