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we have learned that one firefighter was hurt and taken to the hospital. the four alarm fire broke out around two o'clock this afternoon along interstate 5 80 35th avenue in the laurel district gave debuts . elissa harrington joins us live at the scene with the latest information, alyssa. christina greg, i got a chance to speak of some witnesses. they tell me that flames were jumping from tree to tree. i want to show you what's happening at the scene. now they're still firefighters hard at work. you can see them spraying down the hillside and we still have quite a bit of traffic on westbound 5 80 as one lane does remain closed for just a moment there, as you get around the scene also want to show you we got a close up. look at the damage. this video is from quigley street. that's where several structures were damaged. you can see the back of one house completely gutted. we also saw burned out cars, broken glass and firefighters on the roof of buildings checking for hot spots . but this fire started in vegetation along the side of
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westbound interstate 5 80. the wind, then pushed flames up the hill and into this neighborhood. one witness i talked to said she was asleep, taking a nap when a friend called to warn her. i would like to do was run out the house. i was in panic mode. we do have two dogs. i couldn't really was just worried about myself getting out there. i don't know how bad it was until i ran out, ran out initially with no shoes on, you know, idea , little of five structures were involved in fire. some of the structures were outside, whether it be patio or detached garages . but we have a total of five involved. there was one vacant structure. where there is significant damage and that property is probably going to be a total loss. aerial video from sky fox gives you a better idea of the range of this fire. it started just after two o'clock, then quickly went to four alarms , beliefs and chp officers close some lanes on the interstate, and drivers should also be
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prepared for delays and detours , and one firefighter was taken to the hospital with heat related injuries but is expected to be okay. there are no other injuries to report. what's happening now is. firefighters are continuing to mop up. there's also there was a major power outage in this area, but we just got word that within the past hour that has been restored at one time about 7000. people in this area were without power because of this fire remains under investigation, and we have also seen members of the american red cross on scene helping those people. who have been displaced, according live. i'm elissa harrington ktvu. box two news. thank you. today's fire, not the first one to happen in that area in october of 2020, a three alarm fire broke out on the same shoulder of interstate 5 80 the yards of several homes near 35th avenue. that fire was blamed on a homeless encampment, and in that case, nobody was hurt in the fire did not damage any homes or buildings. developing news now
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in oakland, where a person was struck and killed by a bart train this afternoon, bart says a motorcyclist was involved in a crash and was ejected onto the tracks where that person was hit by a train. there was a major response by police in oakland fire personnel at 23rd street in north gate avenue, where the tracks go underground. and it caused major service disruptions through downtown oakland. bart says they are single tracking trains through that area, and they recommend seeking alternative transportation. a family in the south bay is heartbroken after an eight year old boy was hit and killed by a car while walking to school. police say the boy and his babysitter were hit this morning by a car on driftwood drive close to casselman elementary. the boy was taken to the hospital where he later died. the babysitter was hurt, but is expected to recover. ktvu south bay reporter jesse gary has the latest on the investigation. family members say eight year old jacob villanova was bright,
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inquisitive and loved legos and pokemon cards friday afternoon, neighbors and loved ones placed flowers marking the spot where he was killed and his babysitter injured as they walked in a crosswalk. i really feel bad for the mom and i really feel bad for the little boy that lost his life. san jose police say. the boy was a third grade student at castle mountain elementary school, a block from the accident site. obviously, this is a very horrible tragedy around 9 30. investigators say the boy and his 44 year old babysitter crossing driftwood. in the crosswalk on the female driver of this mercedes suv hit the pair when i go to see my. i mean, i just want to drop around my wife this morning. and when i closed my door, but i'm my own man. icu louder screaming. police officials say the driver remained at the scene and is cooperating in the investigation . jacob died a short time later at an area hospital. in an email statement, the district
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superintendent says in part, our school community is heartbroken by this development as every single one of our students we care for, and love like our own. some of the trees that line driftwood drive, obscure crosswalk, signs and street markings have faded, leading some neighbors to point to this as a contributing factor in the deadly collision. people always go very fast, and my daughter almost got hit few times because people are not careful of the people in the car is just they drive like crazy like it's a freeway. city officials say they have 26,000 miles of street to maintain the highest priority is given to major thoroughfares. we cannot monitor them all, um, you know, on a on a short term basis, we do focus a lot of our marking refreshments on streets that are bigger concern for safety. for now, one family is grieving and praying for answers as they prepared to lay to rest and eight year old boy to follow the rules of the road. you need to slow down. you need to be attentive, police department
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said. today's accident marks 26 times that pedestrian has been hit and killed this year. it's also the 47th fatal traffic incident. resulting in 49 fatalities, campbell union school district and san jose police department had resource officers out at the school friday will likely happen again on monday to help students and staff processes tragic loss. in san jose, just a gary ktvu fox, two news residents and elected officials and like say that more needs to be done to stop crime after a violent night in oakland's fruitvale district, neighbors say that officers were going from one call to another, including side shows and shootings, police say. last night, three people were shot at fruitvale avenue and east 23rd street, and then that led to a crash. city councilman noel gayo says he supports installing surveillance cameras to deter criminal activity that is leaving neighbors rattled. first i heard it. i thought it was firecrackers. but then when i listen, i said, was gut shot
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just stayed inside, prayed. ridiculous is out of here. i am supporting, uh, installing the cameras and certain locations in the business court orders to capture the negative activity. gail says he also wants the city to install license plate readers and to impound cars of anyone engaged in illegal activity. also in oakland, a court hearing over alleged probation violations by former ghost ship master tenant derek elmina was postponed today could go back to jail after serving time for the deadly 2016 ghost ship warehouse fire that killed 36 people. the alameda county district attorney says during a recent search of al menos home in mendocino county, authorities found both and arrows, a machete and ammunition. almeida was ordered to return to court on october 14th. he set a date for a hearing on the matter. he pleaded guilty to 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter in connection to the warehouse fire . a plea deal allowed him to avoid prison and serve home detention. the trader joe's
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grocery store in castro valley remains closed after a car plowed through the front door. eight people were hurt when the chp says a 90 year old 90 year old hayward man drove his toyota sedan through the store. an employee and a five year old boy are among those hurt, though none of the injuries are life threatening. the chp says it doesn't know yet whether a mechanical problem or driver error caused the crash, but investigators say the driver was cooperative and coherent. well. it has been six months since an emergency order to address drug deaths in san francisco's tenderloin district expired and now city leaders are still grappling with how to deal with those challenges. ktvu christian captain tells us that the city is taking a look at what is working and what's not. drug sales and use homelessness and mental health crises. all came to a head in the tenderloin as the pandemic surged. in december , the mayor followed the same playbook that it works so well to battle covid-19 and declared the situation and emergency. we have to move quickly. too many
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people. are dying in the city. too many people are sprawled out all over our streets. and now we have a plan to address it. the emergency declaration allowed for the fast tracking of the linkage center, putting people in contact with treatment and services and also cleared the way for urban alchemy to expand patrols in the area. but as that 90 day declaration drew to a close in march, critics said, the added pressure in the tenderloin shifted problems into other neighborhoods. critics also say that the short term declaration didn't create long term solutions to long standing problems. looking back. the mayor says her plan had mixed results. i had hoped it would make a real difference around the number of people who were using drugs out in the open and publicly, um i had hoped it would make a huge difference in
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the number of people we were able to move towards treatment. the mayor said a major hurdle to addressing the issues facing the tenderloin has been a lack of consequences for drug dealers something she says recently appointed district attorney brooke jenkins can begin to address the jails were like a revolving door for people, um, who should be held accountable for what's happening on our streets and that's exactly what our district attorney is doing. the district attorney has made it clear her priority in the tenderloin is making sure those who need help with addiction get help, while those who peddle drugs are prosecuted. i think that we are going to have to do something bold in order to really get control of the situation, particularly in the tenderloin, but also south of market and other, uh, neighborhoods that are begging for change. the mayor says the challenges facing the tenderloin won't be met with policy decisions alone, but with where the city spends its money. for example, she says the city's police department is currently
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at least 500 officers short for the police. it was a big deal to get the budget, um through the board of supervisors without significant cuts. so that we can move forward as aggressively as we can, with not only recruitment of new officers, but retention and making sure that our police force is trained. the mayor says she hopes the problems in the tenderloin, which were decades in the making , don't take decades to resolve in san francisco. christien kafton ktvu, fox two news people at a rally in san francisco today called attention to a criminal trial backlog in the city's superior court system . san francisco public defender manu raju led the rally on bryant street, along with supervisors hillary ronen and dean preston, the city's public defenders, saying when a client is denied their right to a speedy trial, the negative impacts have a ripple effect. when the courts are not enforcing trial deadlines. our clients are trapped pretrial in
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jail. by a system that violates their rights. jeopardizes their health and separates them from their families. and communities who went on to say that today there are more than 550 people who are beyond their speedy trial deadlines. more than 150 of them are currently being detained in jail. it's disgraceful. is a disgrace. government governors are doing disgraceful. governor newsom has some harsh words for the governors of florida and texas after they sent migrants to other parts of the country. also ahead more concerns that inflation is taking its toll on the economy. leaders in washington mall taking more action to avoid an official recession. and as we head into your bay area weekend changes underway. we'll start out with partly cloudy skies for tomorrow , followed by mostly cloudy, followed by rain. better details coming up, but first, thousands
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of people are planning to help clean up the coastline this weekend. volunteers say the pandemic has only made beach pollution worse. have you seen my new phone yet? it like, folds in half. i would never switch to samsung, i love my phone. what??? ♪ ( folds in half.) you see i love my phone. i would never switch to samsuuu... (gasping) ♪ want a permanent solution to homelessness? you won't get it with prop 27. it was written and funded by out-of-state corporations
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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.
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hummus. progress and we took the ladder here and remarkable consequences doing there's no other jurisdiction in the world. about that. that's doing what
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the state of california in a statement, the governor's office says this climate package will create four million new jobs. the biden administration today announced a bold effort to develop floating wind turbines off california's coast. ktvu tom vacar looked the potential to supply clean energy to millions of homes. the button offshore wind energy plan is bold and broad energy plan presented in options. the president's proposing massive floating wind energy farms tethered to the ocean floor conducted by underwater transmission lines, feeding massive power into electrical grids. energy department says floating row bynes produce up to 2.8 carol watts of clean energy that's more than twice america's current electricity demand huge potential energy here but the other thing to remember about offshore wind is that it's 3 to 4 times more expensive than
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onshore wind. the wind industry supports california wins, see a .org, a big proponent of wind energy, one of the specific commitments the administration did is they goal to reduce the cost? 70% by 2035. which is roughly in the frame went offshore wind would be needed here. california as to clutter, coastal scenery, even giant generators, 800 ft tall can be put out of sight and out of mind . offshore wind farms would be 20 miles offshore, so basically beyond the view that people would have on most days, there are huge environmental issues to still be resolved. what about tethers wounding sea life? what about damage? they might do the underwater habitat. or fishing grounds. still our environmental concerns that need to be addressed as much more manageable by me at far offshore ocean with our steadier, stronger winds. even after sunset, they work very well.
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offshore wind farms and such farms already offer off the coast of maine. that's been driven by the fact that they really don't have any places put onshore wind in much of the northeast. the western states have lots of onshore, wind rich sites that could be used. but there are costs to build the power lines and other infrastructures need power to california offshore wind. my understanding is does receive a larger tax credit than a lot of other forms of renewable energy, which will help push it towards competitiveness but offshore wind facilities as opposed to those in the interior west would require a lot of california workers build and maintain the off for wind farms. tom baker, ktvu just two news windy weather this weekend could be a problem for crews battling the mosquito fire, fire and plaster and eldorado county's and granting speakers and it is 20% contained cooler weather is on the way strong are also expected.
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firefighters say they are concerned that those women could through burning embers and create more fires. the fire has been burning for more than a week now. and evacuation orders remain for some 11,000 people. yeah so we've got wind ahead of the rain. hopefully the rain will be the beneficial part of this transition that we see later in the weekend giving you a live look outside our door as we do the very dry conditions you can rolling handles very high and we are as you understand, of course, the driest point of the year so we are awaiting the rainfall and we have one coming in. again saturday and sunday. so even before fall arrives, officially , we have an early season storm on the way. temperatures were up today by several degrees, especially for inland cities by income. rose is still at this hour. there were 80 degrees brent with upper seventies santa rosa. meanwhile, around the
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base, 66 brooklyn low sixties in san francisco, where are probably getting into our park for the big game this evening. phil 21 mph. we have conquered 10 oakland 13, so the onshore is again expected to pick tomorrow ahead of the system will bring us some beneficial rain looks like sunday, perhaps lasting and who's better details on and what you can expect temperature wise coming up in just a little bit. okay we look forward to it. rosemary oroczo. california's coast tomorrow marks the 38th annual california coastal cleanup day. this comes two years after the global pandemic , and organizers say the pandemic has had an impact on the kinds of discarded items that volunteers fine. what we're finding now is a lot more food and jane. it just speaks increase. take out delivery that we've seen across the state were
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finding masks and gloves out there in the environment, which never saw covid. but of course, you know most of what we pick up a single use disposable plastic. that cleanup starts tomorrow morning at nine a.m. and you can find events near you around the bay area, not just at the shore line. all the information is available at coastal cleanup day .org. 49ers are getting ready for their home this weekend. and so are fans. of course, look ahead of what the return of football means to businesses surrounded by stadium area fathers take part in a national movement. the new campaign to get dad's more actively involved in the lives of their kids.
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mateo cap accuses instagram a bit addictive, causing mental health problems and kids. the plaintiff is 21 year old virginia woman she became addicted at 12 years of age many hours a day in graham heard a whistle borough with the bad instagram free. algorithm children like toxins for mental health to plant became depressed and killer breathed it in response from instagram's parent company, meta people to the new iphone now have that phone in their conception. the store hallowell this morning line five am group actually here from brazil on vacation. they spent their they get excited or after the product phone 14 reports a quality screen water batteries,
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kevin: i've fought wildfires for twenty years. here's the reality we face every day. this is a crisis. we need more firefighters, more equipment, better forest management to prevent wildfires and reduce toxic smoke. and we need to reduce the tailpipe emissions that are driving changes to our climate. that's why cal fire firefighters, the american lung association, and the california democratic party support prop 30. prevent fires. cut emissions. and cleaner air.
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yes on 30. have heart failure and still experience unresolved symptoms? heart failure and seemingly unrelated symptoms like carpal tunnel syndrome... ...shortness of breath... ...irregular heartbeat... ...and lower back pain could mean something more serious called attr-cm a rare, underdiagnosed disease that worsens over time, so it's important to recognize the signs. sound like you? call your cardiologist and ask about attr-cm.
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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. is to leave their homes. it started just after two this afternoon alongside westbound interstate 5 80 35th avenue that fire quickly spread to nearby homes in the laurel district. we're told that at least four of them burned and one firefighter was hurt. the cause of the fire is under investigation. in san jose, an eight year old boy has
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died after being hit by a car he was with his babysitter who was also injured as they walk to school this morning on driftwood drive. the driver remained at the scene and is cooperating with investigators. the man found responsible for the deadly 2016 ghost ship warehouse fire in oakland could be headed back to trial. a judge today ordered derek almanor to return to court next month for hearing over alleged probation violations. the alameda county d a says during a search development is home in mendocino county authorities found bows and arrows, a machete and ammunition. you are watching ktvu news, fox two at 6 30. well many investigators and business leaders share concerns with consumers that the country is headed into a recession. the group that typically defines the recession, has not declared that the american economy is currently in one, but it's boxes rich as it explains growing inflation is having a wide impact. i think so. i think so
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grim warning from the ceo of phoenix, the company is seeing a slowdown and spending and a decline in delivery demand. with inflation in the u. s still running high, the federal reserve is raising interest rates to try to cool the economy and these price increases think you really got to quell this inflationary wildfire? ah or we're going to see a period like the seventies, which is a lost decade of wages and earnings and a real destruction in the in the wealth of americans, fox news poll found 59% of voters are extremely concerned about inflation and higher prices. prices were outrageous. you can really tell because you're paying the same amount of money, but it's less product. i think what they call it shrinks elation, president biden declared tackling inflation. his number one economic priority, his administration says there's still more work to do, but insists the country is on the right track. we are seeing some encouraging signs, including inventories up used vehicle prices down and a cooling
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housing market, which is important it will take more time and resolved to bring inflation down. which is why again we pass thinflation reduction act. federal reserve officials will meet next week. with an expectation chairman jerome powell will announce another aggressive rate increase. in washington rich edson fox news. another week of big losses on wall street stocks closed lower today after fedex warned investors that profits for its fiscal first quarter will likely fall short because of a drop in business. investors are already on edge because of high inflation as well as the higher interest rates being used by the fed to stop it. here is a look at the numbers from wall street, the dow fell 139 points, the nasdaq lost 103 and the s and p 500 was down 28 points. all the major indexes have now posted losses. four out of the past five weeks. authorities say 48 migrants filling to martha's
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vineyard on the orders of florida governor ron de santis are being voluntarily moved to housing on a military base on cape cod. those migrants who decided to go we'll get food and services and be housed in dormitory type lodging with separate quarters for families. descendants has said that the flights to martha's vineyard are part of an effort to transport illegal immigrants to sanctuary destinations. the white house, though, denounced the action as a political stunt. these are the kinds of tactics we see from smugglers in places like mexico and guatemala. and for what? a photo op. at the climate bill signing in vallejo today. governor newsom also condemned the actions of florida's governor. those migrants are used as ponds. to humiliate into humanized. what rhonda santos is doing is a disgrace. it's almost monstrous. and i say that not lightly. i say that quite thoughtfully. he's got kids. i
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have kids. you saw those young girls with backpacks? no older than his children, my children being used as political pawns. busloads of migrants were also dropped off in front of the vice president's house in washington. the governors of both florida and texas say that those busses and flights of migrants will continue saying that it is the only way to bring relief to overrun border towns. the united nations is investigating the grim discovery of hundreds of bodies in a mass grave in ukraine. as foxes, jeff paul tells us officials say some of those bodies have signs of torture. a gruesome scene near the recaptured ukrainian city of easy, um, workers digging in the rain to remove hundreds of bodies discovered a mass gravesite. authorities found more than 400 bodies inside the forest. are you creating a prosecutor says some showed signs of torture, including having their hands tied behind their back and rope around their necks. the majority are believed
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to be civilians. it's horrifying. it's repugnant. and sadly, it's in keeping with the kind of depravity in the brutality with which russian forces have been prosecuting this war against ukraine. ukrainian forces assess the side after a rapid counter offensive that saw them recapture part of the harkey region. similar scenes have been found in the cities of buca and mario po president vladimir zelensky, demanding russia be held accountable solution. russia is leaving behind death everywhere and must be held responsible. the world must bring russia to real responsibility for this war bolster ukraine's offensive the u. s is sending more military aid. on thursday divided administration announced a new $600 million arms package. at a summit with her g seven counterparts. house speaker nancy pelosi encouraged leaders to help ukraine when it's time to rebuild. it requires substantial security support. humanitarian assistance, economic assistance and
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sanctions sanctions sanctions despite ukraine's progress, russian president vladimir putin says his forces will continue with their invasion in kiev. jeff paul fox news president biden was set to meet in person today with family members of two americans imprisoned in russia. the white house said he would speak with w. n b a star britney griner as wife and her agent. in one meeting. griner has been held in russia since february, she pleaded guilty to drug charges and is serving nine years in prison. the president was also expected to meet with the sister of paul whelan. who is serving a 16 year sentence on espionage. the u. s government regards both as wrongfully detained no word yet on details of those meetings. the line for people to pay their respects to queen elizabeth, the second now structures across london, and he's taking hours how authorities are trying to manage the crush load of mourners and extreme drought conditions are having an impact on everything from crops to cattle and
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have heart failure and still experience unresolved symptoms? heart failure and seemingly unrelated symptoms like carpal tunnel syndrome... ...shortness of breath... ...irregular heartbeat... ...and lower back pain could mean something more serious called attr-cm a rare, underdiagnosed disease that worsens over time, so it's important to recognize the signs. sound like you? call your cardiologist and ask about attr-cm.
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devastating effect on the state's crops and farms. as giovanni luigi tells us, some ranchers and farmers are destroying their own crops and selling cows as they struggle to hold on. stan van vleck runs this more than 150 year old ranch in california, but after another year of extreme drought
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conditions, changing his operation and raising less cattle water is down by 30 40% that means directly. our cattle consume or cattle production is down by 30 to 40% as well. is that the skill back nearly 30% for several years in a row. and he's just one of many farmers having to do so because of trout . this means less cattle are being raised, and this could hurt the future supply of beef to three years ahead of time. we're going to have a much smaller beef cattle herd to work off of, um, for our any of the beef that you know we've seen the grocery store and that's going to put right push prices up. the usda reports a sharp drop in cattle inventory across the country. the american farm bureau said over 40% of farmers sold part of their herds year after a few years people will end up having to end up sadly having to sell their business and go out of business, and that's that's just not good for
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the consumer inflation is also hurting farmers like van fleck. both feed and fuel are more expensive. you can't all of a sudden cut your income in half, especially when most of your costs continue to stay there. and continue to do that you're over a year. around the bay area this afternoon. we have partly cloudy skies, very mild conditions. we will begin to cool down tomorrow before rain arrives. better details on what you can expect for your area weekend and right now, let's go to ktvu s. heather holmes who is with us for a look at some of the stories we are working on for the seven o'clock news right here on ktvu. plus greg, we're coming up tonight on the seven. a hacker targeting uber we talk live with a cyber security expert about any possible risk to users, credit card and personal data also coming up in just a few minutes on the seven and music festival featuring e 40 and canceled just hours before it was set to begin. what organizers in turlock are saying
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is to blame again. those stories and a lot more coming up live on the seventh over on channel six on ktvu. plus alright, heather. thank you. but first after the break, levi stadium will welcome back 49ers fans for this weekend home opener and plenty of businesses in santa clara are looking forward to it, t .
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have you seen my new phone yet? it like, folds in half. i would never switch to samsung, i love my phone. what??? ♪ ( folds in half.) you see i love my phone. i would never switch to samsuuu... (gasping) ♪ have heart failure and still experience unresolved symptoms? heart failure and seemingly unrelated symptoms like carpal tunnel syndrome... ...shortness of breath... ...irregular heartbeat... ...and lower back pain could mean something more serious called attr-cm a rare, underdiagnosed disease that worsens over time, so it's important to recognize the signs. sound like you? call your cardiologist and ask about attr-cm.
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toilet set up along the route. hundreds of thousands are expected to pay their respects before monday's state funeral.
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that light of warner's was closed down for hours today because the throng of people just got too long. it has since reopened. but as madeline rivera shows us warners are facing increasing wait times in a miles long line. that was in line to pay their respects to the queen at one point face and expected wait time of more than 24 hours . the line of mourners in london resuming friday afternoon after being paused for several hours due to a surge in numbers, getting into the queue really disorganized. i don't think they're expecting maybe the influx of people that they received people braving the miles long line all for the chance to pay their final respects to the queen as she lies in state at westminster hall will become friends, which is really, really nice. i think it's a moment in history. and if i didn't come and celebrate it and see it and be part of it, i think i would really regret it. i think it's going to be pretty emotional. i mean, even though
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you know we're americans, i think we're really looking forward to it. soccer legend david beckham spotted among the crowd friday. beckham who had met the queen several times over her 70 year reign, says the experience was one that was meant to be shared. it's nice to be here to celebrate with everybody, majesty with someone special and will be missed, not just by by everyone in our country, but everyone around the world. later in the evening, king charles, joined by his three siblings stood vigil over their mother's coffin. the queen's grandchildren, including princess william and harry expected to do this. same on saturday. thousands of volunteers are available at different points in the line, ready to offer assistance to those waiting through the day and night in london. rivera fox news course we will, of course, have live coverage of the funeral of the queen on monday morning at 2:30 a.m. you can watch it on ktvu plus or we will also be streaming it on ktvu .com. spectacular day over the
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bay area, giving you a look here over san francisco, where we have less than half hour until the official sunset. we do have changes coming our way we have the first storm of the season moving in. and when i say the season we're right on the cusp as we are entering the final weekend of summer. lots of sunshine out there today, and temperatures came up by at least a few degrees, several degrees for some of our inland cities. tomorrow temperatures begin to cool and by saturday night in the sunday it looks like sunday . for most of us, we do begin to see and feel that rainfall. here's a look at the system that will be dropping out of the gulf of alaska and be parked right off our coast. looks like by about tuesday. the impacts with this system anywhere from a third of an inch or so over areas will call for 3/10 over the south bay 1 to 2 inches. over areas of the north bay as well as our coastline, and we could be a bit breezy out there at times, focusing in on the area over the mosquito fires we
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talked about in the last half hour winds will be a concern. here is a look at the morning hours where it is fairly calm, but by the afternoon that southwest freeze picking up to about 2025 mph or so when the winds get that strong, even though they're coming from the west and carrying a little bit of moisture in any case, it helped, you know, of course, the embers a big concern to start new fires. the three degrees right now. in san francisco. we have low seventies in walnut creek upper seventies in brentwood and in the south bay low seventies over san jose. tomorrow afternoon temperatures will be a little bit cooler than today. some areas in our inner east bay topped out in the low eighties today, tomorrow you'll go 77 for an eop will go 71 in oakland upper sixties and san francisco will be hosting the giants will be hosting the dodgers once again along the peninsula. a very mild one for you there, 73 in redwood city and in the north bay, 78 expected over. santa rosa. let's talk about game day sunday when the niners will have their home opener. we do have 68 degrees. but notice the icon there. we do
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expect rain and scattered showers. so it's going to be a soggy one when they take on the seahawks game. time starts, one oh, five. here's a look at your extended forecast. so we are dry and mild for tomorrow. as we get into the evening hours, you're going to notice an increase in cloud cover may have a few sprinkles over the north bay. but really it's sunday morning and sunday night and then monday scattered showers in the forecast tuesday, a slight chance maybe even thunderstorms. so we'll be tracking that. we are dry again on wednesday back to you. all right. where's mary? thank you. thousands of people are expected to visit downtown lafayette this weekend for the city's art and wine festival. the event kicks off tomorrow at 10 a.m. mount diablo boulevard between morocco road and doing avenue will be shut down for the festival in 2019 before the pandemic, organizers say more than 85,000. people came to check out the booths of art and handmade crafts, and they also enjoyed food from local restaurants and vendors as well as wines. microbrews. 49ers home
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opener is less than 48 hours away. coming up in sports what head coach kyle shanahan had to say today ahead of the game. have heart failure and still experience unresolved symptoms? heart failure and seemingly unrelated symptoms like carpal tunnel syndrome... ...shortness of breath... ...irregular heartbeat... ...and lower back pain could mean something more serious called attr-cm a rare, underdiagnosed disease that worsens over time, so it's important to recognize the signs. sound like you? call your cardiologist and ask about attr-cm.
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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
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permanently. prop 27. they didn't write it for the homeless. they wrote it for themselves.
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levi's stadium division game, a big rivalry and a welcome return of nfl football. back to the bay. ktvu southwood reporter mark sayer explains that this game also comes with an influx of money into the local economy. new starting quarterback trade lands and the san francisco 40. niners worked out on friday afternoon. the last time the team will be seen by the public before sunday's game. backup jimmy garoppolo was also practicing along with tight end george kittle, who is still listed as questionable for sunday's game. puncture guys up . it pumps our whole team up, head coach kyle shanahan says. it makes a huge difference when you finally get to play at home in front of your fans always choose the crowd being in your own stadium because that's such big factor and crowd noise and football. um and that i've major in any other sports, but i just don't get how other sports can convene is that big of advantage
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? fans are also ready for the game. throughout the day. many came to the team store to buy merchandise, including preparing for a possible soggy and rainy sunday black nice black hoodie for the just in case of a range that sunday, you know, fan randy zegarra says he will be here. rain or shine. it's very exciting, especially out here. the fans tailgating and everything is very exciting. everyone's everyone's pumped to be in the parking lot before gates open. other fans, adults and kids feel the same way when there's a home game. can you feel the buzz? of course. yes we're only heard the crowd and all people are excited, and one young fan recently had to switch his team allegiance, paraders left. i was sad for a little bit. until i found 49ers and then i was happy with the party . so that helps the hotel years the restaurant tours, the retail everything that's going on in santa clara county, christian leszek, the ceo of the silicon valley central chamber of
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commerce, says having a pro sports team is yet another form of economic diversification in our tech heavy region and also benefits the entire community in ways that most fans may never think about. every single game drives money, not only into the business coppers but also into the city of santa clara's tax golfers. because of parking fees and their arrangement with the stadium and the nfl team, not to mention all the sales tax in the in the gas taxes, and all of that they come into play with the with tourists coming to our town to usually brings about 10% of the fans to any home game and again this year they are planning extra bus and light rail service on game day reporting at levi's stadium in santa clara, i'm mark sayer, ktvu fox. two news always good for the local economy. 49ers tight end george kittle was back. on the practice field today. this comes after missing five consecutive practices and the 49ers season opener due to a groin injury. despite returning to practice, the pro bowl tight
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end is once again listed as questionable for the team's home opener on sunday against the seahawks head coach kyle shanahan says kittles availability will be a game time decision. 49ers missed kittle in their loss to the bears this past sunday. shanahan says his team is looking to put the past behind them as they head into the home opener. we don't hear the outside noise, so it's i mean, any time you do lose, there's a lot more outside noise. anytime you win. there's a lot of outside noise telling you how good you are. um you can't you can't react to the noise and that's that's hard to do. but that's why you don't look at it that way. um yeah, when you start oh, and one. um yeah, players, coaches. everybody feels that, um but nothing really changes. alright now to los angeles chargers quarterback justin harbored, appears to have avoided a major injury after fighting through significant pain at the end of last night's game against the chiefs. chargers head coach brandon staley confirmed today that herbert has a fracture in
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his rib cartilage. he is listed as day to day right now, and it's unclear how long he's going to be out, but he could be could be at practice next week. alright we're going to end today with a trick that could come in handy. next time that you take your child to a sporting event. check this out. this dad has mastered the art of multitasking childcare and watching sports. you can see him holding his phone behind his back. his daughter enjoy some cartoons. that is a great way to make sure that the whole family is happy. and i'm sure dad's out there right now. they're taking out their note pads and like, okay, what position was that phone in? how can i do that? i'm not sure what that is, and who knows whatever it is, it's working. some parents might say. oh come on, but you know what? hey, it works for them, and that's pretty cool. all right. thank you so much for joining us here at six o'clock. the big bang theory is next right here on ktvu. but our live news continues over at seven on ktvu plus, and of course, you can find the latest always online and on our social media apps
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have a g d evening. what a wonderful day, thank you. oh, we're glad you had fun. blue icees and a trip to the container store? it's like i died and went to the post-mortem, neuron-induced hallucination commonly mistaken as heaven. i still don't understand why you bought that pill caddie. you're a young man. age is a state of mind, leonard. in here i'm 90. why are you taking your bins over there? that's just where i need them. you know, she doesn't have a lot of closet space. what's wrong with your closet? uh... well, honey, you know, now that leonard and i are married, it kind of makes sense that we actually live together. so that's all this day was? a plan to butter me up before delivering bad news? come on, buddy. no, i thought we were friends. you asked for a sip of my icee. if you had your own straw, i might've said yes. sheldon, please, we already feel bad about this. you know what they don't sell at the container store?
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