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, plus all of us do well when the city does well on the tourism front. thousands of visitors are in san francisco now for today's big dream force event . it's expected to pump millions of dollars into the city's economy. he's morning's onto good morning to you. thank you for joining us. welcome the morning, john, too. i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook tuesday morning. september 20th. it's a blue day here. you even steve paulson. maybe we're having some blue skies today later on, let's see. a little bit. okay some u two, but then it looks likef the north, and the low is inched a little closer here. so anybody i would say, you know on the coast is in line for a possibility. some activities. this system slowly works its way towards us. so for the morning looks good. and then in the
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afternoon, i would say cloudy to. mostly cloudy could be some activity popping up until this low goes through tomorrow. so you two for tuesday is a combination of sun and clouds and maybe some scattered showers. possible thundershowers. it's really close. temperatures today all in the seventies. alright he's here , mr sal castaneda to tell us. hopefully it's quiet out there. yes steve, mostly quiet out there for the most part here. we're off to a nice start. i want to show you the bay bridge because everyone always wants to know about that. and the bay bridge toll plaza commute looks very good, so hopefully we'll stay nice and quiet. the way things are going. i don't see a lot going on here. we've had a couple of construction areas, but they're not causing any major delays. as we look at the issue of freeway, it looks good and we also are looking at the south day, which is off to a good start. four oh, one. let's go back to the headlines. thank you. two people were shot and killed in oakland's pill hill neighborhood, and the police are saying a third person was wounded. this happened last
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night just before eight o'clock right across the street from alta bates medical center, and the three shooting victims were found by police inside of two different businesses, and witnesses say at least two of the shooting. victims had just finished praying at the oakland islamic center musk right around the corner. there are members of the mosque that would like to sweeten their meal by going to the shop next door. the restaurant, which offers t and they go there and they buy the t. unfortunately when they went there was something wrong time wrong place. oakland police are still investigating, would lead up to that shooting those shootings and so far no arrests have been made. police are also investigating another deadly shooting just an hour later in a different neighborhood. it happened near 22nd avenue and east 20th street, right near roosevelt middle school. police say one person who had been shot at least once died at the scene . investigators say there is no
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word of a motive or suspects in san francisco. two women are in the hospital this morning following a shooting in the city's mission district. that gunfire was first reported shortly after 6 30 yesterday evening just a short distance away from the 24th street mission. bart station. this video is from citizen app. one person is listed in critical condition. the other is expected to survive. there's no word yet on what led up to the shooting, and so far there have been no arrests. time is 403 happening the day a rally in san francisco outside the office of district attorney brooke jenkins, the rally by local advocacy groups will call on the d a to roll back her new policy that allowed some young people to be charged as adults for crimes. bradley speakers will include people who've been through the criminal justice system who said the d a s office should give teenagers age appropriate services instead of putting them in the adult criminal system. that rally begins at 10 a.m. gavin newsom
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vetoed a bill focused on helping california children receive mental health care at school. now the governor has promoted the need to increase available mental health options for california children. students who are on medical can already see a therapist at school. but that's only about 40% of california children. now the bill newsome refused to sign would also provide that option. for children who have private medical insurance. newsom says the bill he vetoed overlap services and is too expensive time is about 404 happening today, the san francisco school board will reconsider changes to school holidays, including making e d, which is celebrated by muslims around the world at official school district holiday school board approved that change, but a lawsuit is possible over alleged violations of open meeting laws and constitutional rights resolution on the agenda for today's meeting would put the changes on hold and look for the best way to change school district holidays. visitors are flooding
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into san francisco for the annual dream force convention. ktvu christian captain tells us the hospitality industry is counting on the event to revive tourism in the city. the area around the mosconi center has been transformed to welcome dream force in years past, 171,000 attendees have flooded into san francisco. then the pandemic struck, although dream force was back last year between 2500 people attended in person this year will see considerably more visitors are going to have over 40,000 people here in san francisco for dream force, and they're gonna these people going to be staying in hotels going to restaurants shopping going to attractions in museums. it's really the kind of economic jolt that we needed. alex bashing from the hotel council of san francisco says the city's hotels are filling up, including the city's largest hotel, the hilton. which is fully occupied . that means that we have a lot more people visiting. we have restaurants that are going to be full of coffee shops that are
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going to be blossoming. all of us do well when the city does well on the tourism front, sueno is just a few blocks away from where dream force will unfold. and sylvia sofer says the return of 40,000 visitors means the restaurant is booked. that means chefs and wait staff vendors and florists all get a boost from the conference. the restaurant for three days, so it's huge. you know, it's a big big, you know, celebration here. as you see, you know, there's a lot of flowers and things have been stalled right now, so it's gonna be a huge event. the city's hospitality industry hopes dreams force signals the beginning of return of regular large scale conventions. for now , all eyes in the convention industry are on san francisco convention looks at going to a city. they want to see how other conventions have performed in the city how the city's perform, so it's really an important piece of our business strategy to make sure that these conventions these big conventions when they come to san francisco go off well. meanwhile salesforce ceo marc
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benioff announced $25 million in new grants to support school districts and education nonprofits across the country and right here in the bay area with schools in oakland and san francisco receiving funds in san francisco, christien kafton. ktvu fox two news. thank you. christian time is not 407 trey lands. the 49ers starting quarterback is recovering from surgery on his broken ankle. lance broke his ankle on sunday's game against the seahawks on the 49ers second offensive series. now he is out for the season, and my answer is surgery at stanford hospital. will dealt with two different injuries, a fractured fibula and disruption of the liga, mma 49ers doctor says he's confident trade lands will make a full recovery in time for next year. during a conference call, 49ers head coach kyle shanahan talked about how the team is handling all of this. i know we're all just kind of worried about him and making sure that he's doing alright, mentally and physically
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talk to him here real soon and some guys have been over there already visit them. we're not sure yet, but as soon as you can get back in here and start rehabbing, and we're going to one of them apart of everything, every meeting, it can be that be at every practice you can be at. um i know there's he's not gonna be able to do all of that because of how much he's got to rehab, but especially in those meetings and stuff. we don't plan on trade being away from us at all. and once again, jimmy garoppolo is the starting quarterback. vegas oddsmakers actually improved the 49ers odds to win the super bowl. now the garoppolo is the starting quarterback. 408 is the time let's check in with steve paulson. we're going to get a little bit more rain. it kind of feels like that. yeah maybe later today we're in between both of them, and it's a slow moving system. that's the that they're analyzed the challenge here, but the lows a little bit closer toward to us than it was yesterday, when it was more off the mendocino goes now it's due west really of the city, and it is inching closer. a lot of lightning strikes coming in from the san joaquin valley, also in the southwest part of this low,
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you can see some of those right there. pop pop pop, see those popping up as well. so some of these by later today, even some out towards fresno, modesto. and a lot of that continues to work its way towards this year, so i mean it's close, but for the morning looks good in the afternoon as this system inches closer than especially to the west, i would thank you, you know, possibility one of those bands clipping the coast or coming up from the west southwest. first snow of the season fell yesterday up in the sierra higher elevations off and on rain. the bands continue to kind of paint areas, mainly just on the california side fifties on the 10th little cooler here, 50 to santa rosa petaluma, although there are some mid fifties upper fifties, even 60 50 once and in selma, fairfax is at 50 degrees 51. kelsey ville upper lake 52. so these are cooler than yesterday. that's for sure. windsor richmond 53 degrees and there's our system and you can see the lightning strikes. there's plenty there now. the key is, will it move far enough eastward to put us in line for some of that? maybe later today it won't bump through or punched through until tomorrow. so as long as it sits
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out there than not much will happen. but if it inches closer , and it looks like it will, if not today, then tomorrow which will give us one more opportunity for some kind of rain. you can see there's some areas still painted here. san jose san francisco not a lot conquered more up towards the sierra. they'll take it. this is good, because it looks like then the pattern goes dry here for about 7 to 10 days, which is understandable. 60 seventies on your attempts today, we'll take a look at that extended outlook in 10 minutes. thank you, steve. and that rain is helping firefighters get a better handle on the state's largest wildfire still ahead, we're going to show you what some evacuees are returning to after being away from home for the past. several weeks and thieves taking lessons on tip tiktok. we have details of the trend is leading to a new warning for car owners.
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12 warning for people who have certain kia in hyundai's people . police are warning now of viral car theft tutorials online . the video show kias and hyundais made between 2010 and 2021 are easier to steal. now online videos showing how to hotwire the cars with a usb cable have been spreading on social media. one person whose car was stolen captured surveillance video of the person stealing his car. starting at less than a minute after getting inside. probably five ft away from him, and that just happened and 11 o'clock in the morning and my wife and kids are like right there in the kitchen, like all you have to do is look out the window to see it, but he was in and out and 60 seconds. tiktok says it's removing car theft tutorial videos when they're found, law enforcement says people who drive these cars should invest in a steering wheel lock, battery disconnect
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switch or a car alarm. kia and hyundai say they are working to distribute steering wheel locks to people who may be impacted. our time is not for 14. uber is blaming a teen hacker group for last week's breach of its systems. the group lapses was likely responsible for that hacking. uber says the attacker used malware the gay night. access to a contractor's password and internal systems were accessed. however, uber insists no user data was compromised. the hacker group has been linked to several high profile hacks all the members of the group that had been arrested in the past have been teenagers. cal fire says the rain is helping firefighters battling the mosquito fire burning in eldorado and plaster counties that fire has burned more than 76,000 acres. it's now 39% contained. cal fire says containment has nearly doubled since saturday because of the rain and the hard work of firefighters who have been working around the clock as a reporter erin hefter reports with increased containment firefighters are letting more
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people go back home in the sierra foothills. this was the menu that we were going to have on thursday night that week and got canceled, so we're going to try and do it this week. cynthia wardley owns everybody's in. she's had it for 27 years. and like many people up here, fire insurance is out of reach. she says it would cost more each year than what she has to pay in property taxes. if they burned, they'd be gone forever. it's kind of a landmark and it would be something that would be just gone forever. fear of looters with cash behind the counter and beer on the wall. she never left breakfast stuff. got to get the griddle today is her first day back open doing? i'm good, sweetie. he's one that just got back here my whole life and i've been through so many fires up here, so it's just part of living up here. red cross now set up in cynthia's dirt parking lot just got back into the house last night. they're planning to be here for the coming days. a
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resource for the people who live here, reentering their homes and dealing with what's left behind what they're coming home to is, um, no power, some no water. you know, rotting food in their refrigerators and freezers, and that's not to mention the financial hits the red line down in auburn. 1200 bucks. mark sugar returned last night after nearly two weeks. i guess it's just what's going to happen while you live up here these days, you know his positive outlook, the result of his home still standing. i got to go home . my husband burn down. you know , there's a lot of people that can say that one of my best friends, she lost her house up their back side of town. and you know she's got kids and stuff. i don't know what they're gonna do. well the rain the bay area's had the past few days may have paused the fire season, but firefighters still say they're preparing for things to dry out fast. a. we need several back to
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back storms to reduce fire risk around the bay area. we're not out of the season by any means, with temperatures expected to rebound later this week, and then what we typically get with our fall pattern. we could very well be right back into critical fire weather by early october. there is some good news, though . firefighters say there hasn't been any major debris flow or flooding in areas affected by wildfires that burned over the past few years. they say they will be closely watching the burn scars through the next few months. to make sure any future storms and don't cause any problems. all right back to steve. he's covering all of this rain and how's it look so far, steve? pretty quiet. i thought you were going to ask me. is there any more rain in sight? is there any more rain in sight? it doesn't look like it. not the rest of the month. maybe around the 29th. okay it looks like that's staying north. i mean, this was a bonus. let's let's be honest here to get this in mid september. we're not done yet.
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still today and tomorrow before the low kicks out in the high will start to build in. it has inched a little bit south and a little bit closer to the east, which puts it more off of san francisco, then off of mendocino county. as it were yesterday, and you can see lightning strikes numerous ones out towards the valley, the foothills and the west southwest of that low, so some of these inching closer not in the morning, but late morning early afternoon, some of those could start to work their way, especially areas to the west, still, a train of moisture moving into the sierra. there was some light snow some of the higher elevations yesterday first snow of the season. 51 petaluma fifties on the temps running a little cooler here from many palo alto's 53 san carlos 53 degrees, i showed jerry's to the north. i'll show you the areas to the east next time fifties on the temps here as well. kelsey bill 51 sonoma is down to 52 sentence. elmo 51 fairfax 50 forties in the mountains, truckee and south lake tahoe 70 in palm springs lovely 89 in phoenix. 57 58 uk and also with the monterey the lows there today and tomorrow.
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then it will start to eject off towards the east northeast that will allow the high to build in and temps will start to warm up. but today and tomorrow night right now, but today and tomorrow that low is so close if one of those bands moves over us, yes. not only cloud cover, maybe some thunderstorm activity. kind of pain. this is more of a widespread forecast, depending what forecast maori look at, but i do think there's a little bit more rain for us today. tomorrow before we can kick it out of here. 60 seventies upper seventies on the attempts the law once that goes through will give us a probably not much change on tim's. then it begins to warm up. you guys, we head towards the weekend. alright see, thank you, thomas for 19 governor, newsom just signed several cannabis related bills into law. coming up. we'll take a look at the one piece of legislation that could now protect employees who choose to smoke off the clock. popular crime podcast may have helped get one man released from prison after he was convicted of murder more than 20 years ago. well explain up nex
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happening today and elected public administrator due in court on a charge that he murdered and investigative journalists in las vegas. a criminal complaint accuses 45 year old robert, tell us of lying in wait and killing 69 year old jeff german vegas review journal newspaper reporter at the beginning of the month. prosecutors say that telus stabbed the victim for writing articles that criticized him and his managerial conduct in baltimore, maryland prosecutor hers have 30 days now to decide whether they will retry at non side or give up his case now. he was released from prison yesterday after being convicted of killing his high school. former girlfriend in 1999. he was 17 years old at the time. he's been in prison ever since. however a true crime
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podcast called serial question. the testimony of the describe described shaky witness and the use of unreliable cell phone records. prosecutors also didn't tell the defense about two other people that were suspected of killing her. this hidden evidence established that other people had threatened his life had hidden her car in places known to them. under the law. prosecutors so i had is now on home detention. he's being watched with gps equipment, a new episode on the latest developments in the case will debut today on the serial podcast. we have an update on the case of a security guard who was shot and killed while protecting a television news crew in oakland. preliminary hearing is expected to take several days for two of the suspects herschel hail and shadia mitchell. they're accused of shooting and killing kevin nishida during an attempted robbery of the news crew last
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november. the third suspect, laurent gilbert has not been found. time is 4 23. police in hayward say they recovered several bags of pills and other drugs during a traffic stop, and the police say they confiscated about 750 multi colored pills, which they believe to be fentanyl attest to being underway now to identify exactly what it is, police say fentanyl is often described disguised to look like either vitamins or andy please invalid. ho are investigating a homicide. they say officers responded to a report of a shooting on solano avenue yesterday morning. once on scene, officers found a 30 year old man with at least one gunshot wound. he was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. police say the motive and circumstances surrounding the shooting are unclear. anyone with information should contact alejo police for 24 sentencing for former san quentin prison guard is now set for next january. keith
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christopher is one of four people who pleaded guilty to charges of bribery and smuggling contraband into death row. three civilians, including a pittsburgh man also pleaded guilty in this case, and some of the charges carry a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison and a fine of a quarter million dollars. northern california woman has been sentenced to 18 months in prison after she falsified her own kidnapping reporter brittany johnson explains why the judge gave a harsher sentence than what prosecutors requested. did you suzanne, arriving to the federal courthouse in this black suv surrounded by family and her defense attorney, sherri papini remained tight lipped and did not answer questions from reporters ahead of courtroom, pe attorney asked the judge for pau see here today. he also dressed the court while reading a prepared statement.
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the mother of two broke down into tears, apologizing and admitting guilt. federal prosecutors requested papini served eight months in prison. the defense asked for papini to serve most of her time under house arrest due to the nature of the crime and to deter others from perpetuating the same elaborate hoax. u s. district court judge william shub said both recommendations were insufficient court did not miss the mark. he knew her heart by the time he sentenced her he's trusting her. with what we consider to be a fair sentence, even though it's longer than we wished. a three spoke with assistant united states attorney veronica alegria about the sentencing, she says. justice was served. i agree with the judge. i think it's very important that we send a message to anyone who is thinking about lying to the fbi or other law enforcement officers. or who is thinking that they can defraud the government and cause harm to victims. and i think that it's
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important that people know that they cannot do these crimes and get away with it. scot free story fell apart in 2020 when investigators connected dna from her clothing to an ex boyfriend today, the judge said papini probably would have continued the lie if she hadn't have been caught. it's important for real victims to know that even though in this case um, miss papini was found out to be a lie. the fbi and other law enforcement officers will continue. we'll investigate real victims cases fully and that no one should take this case as assigned to be afraid to come forward to the police. federal reserve is set to announce another interest rate hike decision on mike emanuel in washington. plus what president biden is saying about inflation and the economy. next plaza. possible tuition hike for students in the car state university system will tell you the role of the governor could play in the cost for going to
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cool. i mean, you can't you can't get more innocent than that. three children are in the hospital this morning after they were hit by a car and antioco while walking home from school. what we know about what happened and their conditions this morning, plus water, we get the better really need it. the rain is a welcome sight but water authorities across the state reminding us to continue to conserve up next. the positive impact those efforts are having in dealing with the drought. from ktvu. fox two news this
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morning's onto good morning. thank you for waking up with us here on morning sun, too. i'm pam cook. good morning. i'm dave clark. tuesday morning. september 20th. how'd it feel coming into you cool and it feels like there's still some rain in the air. let's check in with steve paulson. he's right here. there is some rain in the air, but it's east of us and west of us, but hopefully it'll lynch over closer towards us later today tonight into tomorrow, the low which was off cape mendocino yesterday is now right off san francisco due west and at the west south end of that system. there's been a lot of numerous lightning striking c couple also out towards fresno and the valley a lot of that line and continues to move up. clipping the sierra nevada, including tahoe, so we start off mostly signing mostly clear here this morning. not right now, steve. if it was mostly sunny now, we'd have breaking news. but you know what? i mean combo of sun and clouds. scattered showers. possible thundershowers closer to the coast. better opportunity today. then tonight and tomorrow it'll work its way inland seventies on those temps . alright it's 4 31 on a tuesday
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morning and sounds here to tell you the traffic is nice people who are driving at this hour. steve, you know it. they expect they expect it to be good and i don't think it's going to be a disappointment. let's go and take a look at what we have. it looks pretty good. almost everywhere you look, you know, i'm looking around to make sure that things are not out of the ordinary here. just about to leave the house. it looks good on salmon tail bridge and for dumbarton bridge if you're driving i approaching the maze that's also off to a good start for 32. let's go back to the headlines. thank you, sal. we are hearing from the family of three children who are critically injured when they were hit by a car in antioch. ktvu is amber lee has the latest details after speaking with their great uncle. this should never happen. kids were just walking home from school. i mean , you can't you can't get more innocent than that. and then to be hit on the sidewalk. on friday afternoon shortly before 3 32 brothers and a sister from a blended family were walking
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home from any dark middle school when they were hit by a car. they suffered serious to life threatening injuries. everybody's devastated, um. the parents still haven't left the best side. the children's great uncle, tim. comfort identified the three siblings cheyenne. mason and jonathan all 12 years old. police say a tan mercury mystique was about to turn left when a red chevy impala that was speeding tried to pass on the left. witnesses say the impact sent the red car into the children on the sidewalk ending up against the house was like 50 ft away in the bushes. jonathan had the car on top of them. it's unfathomable. you just every part every parent's worst nightmare. three children and two drivers were all rushed to the hospital. comfort tells me jonathan is in a coma, suffering from traumatic brain injury and may not survive. mason has a broken leg and underwent plastic
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surgery for facial injuries. cheyenne has a fractured skull but is improving. she's actually drinking water in talking a little bit on our own, so it's incredible, very resilient girl comfort describes the siblings as energetic and loving karate. the family has set up a go fund me to raise money to help their parents make it. how do you go back to a house that's full? kids and the function like that. it's going to be incredible life changing for everybody. police have not released any information about the drivers involved possible charges or the investigation. the family is devastated and they're preparing for the children's long road to recovery. amberleigh ktvu fox two news thank you. time is 4, 34 and other news governor gavin newsom just signed to build it makes human composting legal in california. human composting is considered. and an alternative to being buried or cremated. that's eco friendly.
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the body is covered in organic matter. it's allowed to convert to natural soil, then that soil can be used in a garden or to plant the remembrance tree. this law takes effect in 2027 workers who use marijuana while away from the job will newsom signed a bill into law making is for cannabis use in their personal lives while they are off the clock. supporters of the measure say it will help end workplace discrimination against cannabis users. we hear complaints a lot from people who are either denied employment or even fired from their jobs because they feel a urine test and this would end for most employers that kind of discrimination while still allowing, uh, new, better technology in testing that would prevent people from working while they're impaired. this law is part of a series of cannabis related bills signed by the
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governor tom is 4 35. the california state university system may raise tuition and cut programs. if the governor signs a new bill that increases the pay for non faculty staff. now the trustees at sea as you say it would cost $1.3 billion over the next 10 years to give those employees pay raises. the governor says he plans to give $1 billion in funding to count on that until thearanteed. somes about a possible tuition increase. i would like to see them get paid more, but i also don't want to see. i don't see programs to get cut at the same time. why can't we look at reducing administrative salary by five or 10% to then transfer those costs to non faculty members? students are also concerned that if programs are not cut and administrative costs stayed the same. they may be for
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us to take out more student loans to get the education they want. san jose could cancel its plans to build tiny homes in the neighborhood on the city's north side. the original proposal called for 100, tiny homes near the berryessa library and noble park, but people argue that location is too close to schools and public space. the city council is expected to discuss the recommendation to withdraw the site from development before the end of november. time is now 4 37 happening today, the federal reserve board begins its two day meetings where it will decide whether or not they will raise key interest rate. it's again reporter mike emanuel tells us. many investors and political leaders are worried another rate hike could send the economy into a downward spiral. millions of americans are feeling the impact of higher prices despite inflation running out of historic rate, president biden argues the country is still on the right track and the worst maybe over position where for the last several months it
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hasn't spiked. it is just barely has been, basically, even if the administration needs a helping hand to bring prices down. it will have to come from the federal reserve board meets this week, with a rate hike expected on wednesday. fed chair jerome powell vowed last month to aggressively raise interest rates, even if it brings economic pain. i am of the opinion that they are just off the rails enough, they may actually try 100 basis points on 4% hike with the midterm elections fast approaching, republicans have a 19 point advantage against democrats. dealing with the economy, according to an nbc news poll. doesn't matter if you're a republican or a democrat, your wider black you're rich or poor high inflation hurts everybody. however democrats believe they can still make their case to voters. we're seeing progress with three straight months of declining gas prices. we're seeing progress with the president's leadership in ukraine to get the embargo for a week. exports which will bring
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down food prices, both here and abroad. early voting for the midterm election begins in four states this week. in washington . mike emanuel fox news. thank you, mike. today world leaders are gathering in new york for the 77th session of the united nations. general assembly. you n secretary general antonio guterres says the general assembly is meeting at a time of great peril with challenges, including climate catastrophes, increasing poverty and inequality and divisions among world powers that have become worse since russia invaded ukraine. president biden will address the general assembly tomorrow. time is 4 39 on this tuesday morning. here's steve paulson. he'll tell you if we'll get any more rain, maybe not in the morning here about tonight. tomorrow we will yesterday afternoon, especially out towards eastern contra costa county. and it came down big time here. it lit up, especially over. antiochus discovery bay j . c badger fan. it was absolutely coming down antiochus
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yesterday after yes, it was and i'll show you that right here on coming up in just a second on the radar. little bit was torrential here for some, and you can watch how this starts to move into discovery bay and then anti aqeel see the lightning strikes coming up. yet not yet. here it comes. this was yesterday afternoon. five o'clock four o'clock right there . boom, boom boom, then went up towards fairfield back, though there right there was the mainline discovery bay rio vista so possibility of that, developing again. low is actually moved. a little south was off cape mendocino yesterday . now it's due west of the city. and if you go southwest of this right there. there's a lot of lightning strikes there, and there's a lot of lightning strikes there, and there are a lot so there's plenty around us. it's just circling the wagons were in the middle under mostly fair skies here. you can see some of that activity in the west southwest. now it's a slow mover. there has two speeds slow and stop there in lies the problem. it may not be until tonight or tomorrow, but eventually somebody over by the coast. maybe even including san francisco is going to hit with
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some pretty good downpours. but it may not be until this time tomorrow. up in the sierra. they did have some snow mount rose reported some snow first snow of the season their fifties sixties will continue to get bands rotating through off and on rain fifties on the 10th kind of cooler here for many lafayette, you go, lafayette. one observation there at 49. how about that? alan was at 51. danville is at 52 degrees so much cooler than we saw. yesterday. you get the clearing. castro valley down to 50 to a lot of mid fifties or upper fifties. also bronte's 54 martinez 57 bookends 45 truckee in south lake tahoe 50 sixties in the valley. a lot of cloud cover and the low will be with us today tonight, then it will make its move on wednesday, so i think the main window for more activity will be later it's afternoon tonight overnight into early wednesday. that system inches closer plenty of activity again for this time here is pretty impressive or just caught in between these bands. still a possibility of some activity popping up this afternoon to the east. and i think tonight tomorrow, especially along the san mateo coast coast and san
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francisco will be in the primetime area for some pretty good activity or sixties seventies on your attempts. not much change tomorrow, then the low kicks out thursday will be the transition day that warmer weather kicks in for the weekend. you guys thank you, steve. much of puerto rico still without power this morning up next. we have a look at some of the damage left behind. us authorities worry about the recovery from this latest hurricane plaza. lucky break for anyone in town, francisco with outstanding late fees for traffic violations will tell you the reason that $50 million in outstanding fees. has been white clean. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ you've done the hard part. you quit smoking. now do the easy part and get scanned for lung cancer. if you smoked, you may still be at risk,
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now as ukrainian forces are retaking these areas, they're finding houses destroyed by bombs and bullets scattered everywhere. the president of ukraine says they will continue taking back previously occupied parts of their country. maybe now it seems to some of you that after a series of victories, we have a certain law. but this is not a lull. this is preparation for the next series to the next series of very important words for us, but you must be heard because ukraine must be free all of it now in the city of the issue, man. the crews there continue to uncover hundreds of bodies in a mass grave, many of those bodies showing signs of being tortured. prosecutors want to build a war crimes case against russia and american contractor has been released from afghanistan after he was held hostage for more than two years. us officials say it came after months of behind the scenes negotiations with the taliban. mark fredericks was
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abducted in january 2020. he was last seen in a video earlier this year, pleading for his release. eric spent more than 10 years in afghanistan as a civilian contractor. he was let go in exchange for the release of an afghan drug lord and member of the taliban, who has held for years at guantanamo bay . time is up 4 46. at least one person was killed in a large earthquake that hit the pacific coast of mexico. it was a magnitude 7.6 quake centered in the central part of mexico. one person reportedly was killed in the port city of manda neo. that's where a wall collapsed at a shopping mall. or they felt that quake almost 300 miles away in mexico city. where people ran out into the streets. there's no word of any major damage there. this is a quake that happened to fall on the same day as major deadly earthquakes that hit in 2017 and 1985 hour before the quake hit many people in mexico
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city where taking part in the nationwide drill set for the anniversary of those earlier earthquakes this morning. powerful hurricane fiona continues to cause catastrophic damage across the caribbean. and i want to show you some new video from the dominican republic. the powerful storm is battering most of the nation with sustained winds of 100 miles an hour the hurricane has destroyed and damaged thousands of homes and businesses and caused massive power outages. so far, there are no reports of any deaths tied to the storm there in the dominican republic. the hurricane continues to pound the island of puerto rico with unrelenting rain and life threatening flooding. these aerial images show the floodwaters now cover in tire neighborhoods. hundreds of thousands of people in puerto rico are still without power and running water. fiona is hitting exactly five years after hurricane maria inflicted more damage on puerto rico than any other disaster in recent history. he will expect to, uh
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just to not see this again after what happened, but here we are again the same situation with the same issues. so far, there are two confirmed deaths in puerto rico. hundreds of injuries and there are concerns those numbers could be much higher in the days ahead. coming up in our six o'clock hour. we're going to talk live with one of our fox weather reporters who is in puerto rico this morning, pam time is 4 48. from now, most of the rain has moved out of the bay area, but it was really good to see after that hot, dry stretch of weather we had the national weather service says the north base all more than two inches of rain in some areas, ktvu tom baker says marin county's reservoirs are now back to normal levels for this time of the year. on sunday. mount tamil pius in the towns around it got more than an inch of rain instead of all that water being soaked into the parched earth. a lot of it got into the
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reservoirs of tam's watershed now, despite three hard drought years, marines reservoirs are 106% of their historical average . it's not just this weekend's localized drains, but the huge atmospheric river storms that hit mount tam late last year and early this year. it's unusual, but it's great. smells good. looks good. all the animals are really happy. birds are great. i'm glad to hear that, too, that the wildlife will definitely helped to, um the more water for them. the better to this is in stark contrast to the rest of the bay area and the state california six big reservoirs shasta oroville, trinity, st louis, new melanie's, and don pedro historically should be at their normal end of summer average of 56% full. instead they stand at a poultry 33. lake sonoma about 60 miles north of mount tam is only 30% full when it should be 50 for like comanche, a major east bay mud
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reservoir in the sierra foothills should be almost 80% full instead of its current 48% and like foursome, less than 40% full should be 74. if there's any negative to this at all. it is simply that some folks may take this for granted. and taking water for granted and california anywhere in california is never a good idea . conservation has been huge in marin county. uh you know, i think the average citizen is really helping out with that and are mm wd directors are really helping out. um, and the young kids right now, in the high schools, they're really into conservation and everything. beautiful yeah, like i said, the more water we get, the better. we really need it. get us out of this drought. the current national drought map puts more than 95% of california and severe extreme or exceptional drought, making marin all that more remarkable. tom baker, ktvu fox two news, all right, thank you, tom. some good news to see
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the water in the reservoirs. let's check in with steve paulson. i know we were talking about roberta was saying, look like the wettest september so we're thinking we are still going to get a lot of rain maybe next couple of weeks, but we've had that. record amount. almost 1959 was one of the wettest. that was when the giants world series and the yankees got rained out. that was a lot of rain. that was one of the wettest one. this system still has today and tomorrow then after that, it looks dry. we talked about in june or july. the pattern would just hold what we saw. we could probably get some rain in september and bold that happened. again, you have to understand summit. this triple dipole in india is not only affecting us, but also globally if we can get that to break down into december and january, i think i think good things will happen for us here. i'm always optimistic while many paintings doom and gloom picture, not me, all right yesterday yesterday afternoon stockton over to antioch and brentwood, rio vista up to davis re loop this again, it was lit up. in between saint lena yonville and also at the winters
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up to clear like that's a pretty good activity there. you can see some of that activity rotating up, so i would not be surprised if this develops again and to get this system of this ilk. you know, you have some pretty cold air loft here, and that's causes for some pretty rapid lapse rates. now we're in between bands. this low, though, is closer to us today than it was yesterday. yet it's still just a little too far. look at all the lightning strikes. to the west southwest. late tonight. tomorrow morning. this gets close enough that i think there's going to be some pretty good downpours on the coast and maybe in san francisco. so again , it may not be until this time tomorrow. for this year, they did have some snow mount. rose reported the first snow of the season and will be bands continue to rotate around giving them some off and on rain. maybe some more thunderstorms. fifties on the temps for sixties a little cooler here for some talked about this some low fifties some upper forties. i mean, we haven't seen that in a while because temperatures are cooler. 45 truckee, south lake tahoe 77 in las vegas, 57 uk to 58 monterey and santa maria says, hey, we're 59. so the lows
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with us today tonight and tomorrow then it will kick out of here but look at all the activity as far as lightning strikes in the valley, also on the core of that system. so it's not here now. so if you have something planned for the morning, you're fine afternoon. i think we'll start to bubble up again and late tonight. tomorrow morning, i there's going to be this. this low moves through. we're going to get some downpours out of this. so again. it's it's called a broad brush here. you just can't pinpoint it when this kind of a system but 60 seventies on the temp, sun cloud showers more sun in the morning. more clouds in the afternoon. hold on to that into wednesday. then everything, says warmer weather kicks back in by the end of the week. all right. thank you, steve. now that 49ers quarterback trey lance has undergone surgery on his broken ankle. we hear from head coach kyle shanahan about the team and we have the details on how the odds have now changed for the 49ers season. plus you have to do is look out the window to see it, but he was in and out in 60 seconds. car thieves are turning
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programs. several airlines say the 1500 hour rule has contributed to a national shortage of pilots. the faa says reducing the current requirement is not in the public's interest . the airline pilots association also opposed the proposal. today the city of san jose could clear the way for the use of license plate reading cameras to help solve crimes. ktvu s mark sayer tells us the city council is expected to tighten its data protection policies. make sure that information is only used for legitimate purposes. monterey and curtner is one of the city's most dangerous intersections for pedestrians with three hit and run fatalities here last year. that's why it was selected for the first of the city's fixed license plate. reading cameras, which are mounted high on traffic light poles resident matthew mansfield says he is not surprised i was walking down the street. i hear this screeching tires and the car jumped over the curb. and. and it went
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between me and the street. fortunately he was not hurt. but he says license plate cameras could have helped so that that's good for following up. last november, the city approved another $250,000 to expand the use of these cameras and areas with a high number of accidents . but with the expansion come new concerns about how the data is used, and the city is now finishing up a complete privacy review. is that a privacy violation? you think or not think so. data data privacy policy is based upon four key principles, transparency. use of the data only for a specific purpose, limited sharing of the data and also public notification, such as posted signs like the one behind me on a city like pole. i don't think it's a bad thing. you know, it keeps people accountable. and also, if something does go like bottle wrong. then people can be held accountable policy for the san jose police department specifically allows these cameras for just a few key uses
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investigating crimes locating missing persons and locating suspect vehicles. the policy prohibits collecting any data not in public view, monitoring legal activities, such as rallies and protests, sharing with immigration authorities or selling information. the key concerns with automated license plate readers really lay in how much data is collected and how long it's retained for dr matthew greg lia with the electronic frontier foundation says best practices with these cameras are to only use them for active police investigations. san jose is proposing to retain the data for one year. but for all the other people just coming to and from work, we're going through these intersections day after day, there is no reason to retain their data and their location. the city council will take up this issue at its regular meeting on tuesday afternoon, reporting from san jose. mark sayer, ktvu fox two news. thank you. mark in san francisco. a judge has thrown out $50 million in outstanding
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fees on traffic fines under a court ruling all late fees assessed before july. 1st of this year will be thrown out late fees assessed after that date will be capped at $100, which is in line with a new state law. rain is helping firefighters get more control of the mosquito fire, california's biggest wildfire, we'll show you what some of that louisa now finding when they go back home after being away. for a for the past several weeks. parts. all of us do well when the city does well on the tourism front, thousands of visitors are in san francisco for today's big dream force, a band is expected to pump millions of dollars into the city's economy. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto well, good morning to you. thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook tuesday morning. september 20th. keep in mind if you're heading to the city. that dream force
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convention? yeah busy. busy all right. let's check in with steve paulson. what's the weather going to be like in the city? alright to start off with it'll cloud up later than later tonight. tomorrow would not be surprised at some pretty hefty downpours make it the system is really close but still far enough away to give us an okay morning there and then clouds will pop up this afternoon, especially inland. then late tonight, tomorrow. look i mean, there's a lot of lightning strikes being let me put that in there. get get in there. all right. there you go. there's a lot of lightning strikes to the west southwest of that system, which will plant or whether, but not until later. not sooner. so we start off mostly clear, partly sunny here to forward the morning hours and we'll turn mostly cloudy combinations, sun and clouds. scattered showers. thunderstorms developing later tonight tonight into early tomorrow that looks to be the window here seventies on the temps. alright you made it through the first hour. alright it's 501 on a tuesday. salhi tell us the traffic is now it's still light. steve i think this is the hour. the one it changes if you are at home. and you want to jump ahead of the crowd. you should probably think about
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getting on the road within the next half hour, because right now it still looks pretty good as you drive across bay area bridges and causeways. everything is mostly good. we have a little slowing on the altamont pass. but that's not really serious just yet, and we look at interstate 8 80. that looks good. so does the same. mateo bridge 502. let's get back to the headlines. thank you. well two people were shot and killed in oakland's pill hill neighborhood, and the police say a third person was wounded. this happened last last night just before eight pm, right across the street from our debates medical center. the three shooting victims are found by police inside of two different businesses. witnesses say at least two of the shooting victims had just finished praying at the oakland islamic center mosque right around the corner. oakland police are still investigating would lead up to the shootings, and so far no arrests have been made. oakland police are also investigating another deadly shooting just an hour later in a different neighborhood that happened near 22nd avenue and east 20th street
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, right near roosevelt middle school. police say one person who had been shot at least once died at the scene. investigators say there is no word of a motive or suspects. in san francisco. two women are in the hospital this morning following a shooting in the city's mission district. the gunfire was first reported shortly after 6 30 yesterday evening just a short distance away from the 24th street mission. bart station. this is video from citizens app . one person is listed in critical condition. the other is expected to survive. no word yet on what led up to the shooting, and so far there have been no arrests. our time is now 503 happening today, one of san francisco's biggest conferences begins today. ktvu is james torres is right outside mosconi center in san francisco, where the dream force will launch. good morning, james. good morning to you, david. we're here at the corner of howard and third street and you see the setup here behind me, the dream force national park kind of theme. you see the trees, a lot
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of the wood that brown and green color that's very iconic, as well as that hot air balloon just in the background here. lots of activity inside. we know several people are here getting it all set up and squared away for it to begin a little later this morning. tens of thousands of people are expected to attend the conference, and that's good news. for san francisco's hospitality economy. dream force did happen last year, but it was mostly virtual, much smaller scale. only up to 1500. people were invited, which is a fraction of the attendance in years past this year, cities hotel council reports nearby hotels are full, and restaurants are preparing for heavy foot traffic. they're gonna have over 40,000 people here in san francisco for dream force, and they're going to these people going to be staying in hotels going to restaurants, shopping going to attractions and museums . it's really the kind of economic jolt that we needed. san francisco travel association says dream force will set the precedent for holding regular large scale conventions here in
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the city attendees will hear from a number of keynote speakers today, starting with salesforce ceo marc marc benioff . and tomorrow they'll hear from singer and talk show host jennifer hudson and former presidential candidate and climate activist al gore taking you live back out here in the middle of san francisco again road closures right now, starting at howard and third street as dream forces set to get underway in just a few hours. this year sales force says it is celebrating 20 years of partnership with the city of san francisco. and dream force will go on until thursday afternoon. we're live this morning in san francisco. i'm james torres, ktvu fox two news, james. thank you time now 505 happening today of rally in san francisco outside the office of district attorney brooke jenkins . the rally by local advocacy groups will call on the d a to roll back her new policy. it allowed some young people to be charged as adults for crimes. the rally. speakers will include people who have been through the criminal justice system who say the d. a s office should give
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teenagers age appropriate services instead of putting them in the adult criminal system. that rally begins at 10 a.m. governor, newsom vetoed a bill focused on helping california children receive medical healthcare at school. now the governor has promoted the need to increase available mental health options for california children. students who are on medical can already see a therapist at school. but that's only about 40% of california children now. the bill newsome did not sign would also provide that option for children who have private medical insurance, and the governor says the bill vetoed with overlap services and is too expensive. time is now 506 happening today, the san francisco school board will reconsider changes to school holidays, including making ead, which is celebrated by muslims around the world and official eshel school district holiday. the school board approved that change, but a lawsuit is possible over alleged violations of open meeting laws and constitutional rights resolution
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on the agenda for today's meeting would put the changes on hold and look for the best way to change school district holidays. fire says the rain help firefighters battling the mosquito fire burning in eldorado and placer counties that fire has burned more than 76,000 acres. it is now 39% contained. cal fire says containment has nearly doubled since saturday because of the rain and the hard work of the firefighters who have been working around the clock. as a reporter, erin half tells us increased containment. firefighters are letting more people go back home in the sierra foothills. this was the menu that we were going to have on thursday night that week and got canceled, so we're going to try and do it this week. cynthia wardley owns everybody's in. she's had it for 27 years. and like many people up here, fire insurance is out of reach. she says it would cost more each year than what she has to pay in property taxes. if they burned, they'd be gone forever. it's
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kind of a landmark and it would be something that would be just gone forever of looters with cash behind the counter and beer on the wall. she never left breakfast stuff. got to get the griddle today is her first day back open doing i'm good, sweetie. he's one that just got back here my whole life and i've been through so many fires up here, so it's just part of living up here across now set up in cynthia's dirt parking lot just got back into the house last night. they're planning to be here for the coming days. a resource for the people who live here, reentering their homes and dealing with what's left behind . what they're coming home to is no power, some no water. you know, rotting food in their refrigerators and freezers, and that's not to mention the financial hits the red line down in auburn. 1200 bucks. mark sugar returned last night after nearly two weeks. i guess it's just what's going to happen
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while you live up here these days, you know his positive outlook, the result of his home still standing. i got to go home. my husband burn down. you know, there's a lot of people that can say that one of my best friends, she lost her house up their back side of town. and you know she's got kids and stuff. i don't know what they're gonna do. what is your gosh? yeah all leads to all the focus on the weather and what may still be ahead of us. steve has the information we do have a possibility. more rain here. not only today but also tonight into tomorrow. we'll take you back to yesterday afternoon start up in lake county, where the skies lit up as that moist, developed later in the afternoon. lot of lightning strikes, thunderstorm activity popped up or let that cycle through one more time. you can see right there through cobb clear like it. i think two and three quarters inches of rain the last 24 hours, so there's some pretty good downpours associated with that also out towards the eastern solano county, contra costa county, antioxidant, heavy duty rain, you can see that coming in also davis out towards rio vista and your vacaville and out to
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sacramento. so there i think some more bands are possible. today we're caught in between the one band up in the motherlode there and also lifting northward towards the syrup. and then the low, which is now closer to us. yesterday was off the mendocino coast. today it's off of san francisco, and there's a lot of lightning strikes to the west southwest. now this system again it's too far to do my chair in the morning, but by tonight overnight into tomorrow, there's going to be some pretty good downpours here and maybe some thunderstorm activity. still some off and on rain up in the mountains. the first snow of the season occurred. i know mount rose had some snow yesterday fifties and sixties on the temps a little bit cooler on some of these lows here would sign at 48 degrees about that. lafayette's at 49, stanford. right at 50, los altos, 52 53 san carlos and then a little warmer over towards the coast pacific. it 59 58 crescent city, 58, monterey to santa maria, sixties southern california and then mid forties up in truckee in south, so the low drop south. it's near us today, but not close enough yet,
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but by tonight and tomorrow it will make its move and as it does that will increase the probability of seeing some activity here in the way of thunderstorms and rain closed. but not here for the morning. so thank you mornings your best bet. by this afternoon, we'll see development taking place inland. and then tonight overnight into tomorrow it will be on the coast of that system begins to make its move over us sixties seventies on the temps, and we'll keep some mass scattered showers. thunder showers in the forecast through wednesday. then it clears out warmer weather returns friday, saturday and sunday. the more water we get, the better really need it. that rain is a certainly a welcome sight, but water authorities across the state are reminding us to continue to conserve still ahead , the positive impact those efforts are having and dealing with the drought and thieves are taking lessons from about stealing from videos on tiktok coming up the trend that's leading to a new warning if you ow a r
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want to charge that he murdered and investigative journalist in las vegas. a criminal complaint accuses 45 year old robert tell us of lying in wait and killing 69 year old jeff, german reporter for the las vegas review journal newspaper at the beginning of the month, prosecutors say tell us stabbed the victim because he wrote articles criticizing him and his managerial managerial conduct. in baltimore, maryland. prosecutors have 30 days to decide whether or not to retry adnan syed or abandon his case now. he was released yesterday after being convicted of killing his high school ex girlfriend in 1999. he was 17 at the time and has been in prison ever since. but a true crime podcast called serial question. the testimony of one witness and the use of
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unreliable cell phone records. prosecutors also failed to tell the defense about two other people who were also suspected of killing the ex girlfriend. this hidden evidence established that other people had threatened his life had hidden her car in places known to them. under the law. prosecutors should have disclosed this evidence. now side is on home detention in monitored with gps a new episode on the latest developments in the case will debut today on the serial podcast. time is not 5 15, the northern california woman who faked her own kidnapping was sentenced to 18 months in prison. 40 year old sherri papini pleaded guilty to one count of making false statements to the fbi and one count of mail fraud. she didn't answer any questions from reporters before her sentencing in sacramento for faking your own kidnapping. in the prepared statement, the mother of two broke down in tears and apologized and admitted her
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guilt. fort did not miss the mark. he knew her heart by the time he sentenced her piece, trusting her with what we consider to be a fair sentence, even though it's longer than we wished. back in 2016 sherri papini claims she was kidnapped at gunpoint by two latino women and was held hostage for more than three weeks stories but started falling apart in 2020 when investigators linked dna from her clothing to a former boyfriend, who she was staying with time is 5 16 sentencing now set for next january for a former san quentin prison guard accused in a drug case. keith christopher is one of four people who pleaded guilty to charges of bribery and smuggling contraband into death row. three civilians, including a man from pittsburgh, also pleaded guilty in the case. some of the charges carry a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison and a fine of a
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quarter million dollars warning for people who have certain kia in hyundai's police warn of a viral car theft tutorial online . now the videos show how to easily steal chaos and how sunday's made between 2010 and 2021. the online videos show how to hotwire the cars with the u. s. b cable, and they've been spreading on social media. one person whose car was stolen, captured the surveillance video of someone stealing his car and starting it in less than a minute. probably five ft away from him, and that just happened and 11 o'clock in the morning and my wife and kids are like right there in the kitchen, like all you have to do is look out the window to see it, but he was in and out and 60 seconds. tiktok says it removes car theft tutorial videos when they're found, enforcement, says people who drive these cars should invest in a steering wheel lock, battery disconnect switch or a car alarm. kia and hyundai say they are working to distribute searing will locks to people who
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may be impacted time is 5 17 well, uber is blaming a teen hacker group for last week's breach of the company's systems . the group lapses was likely responsible for that hacking. uber says the attacker used malware. to get access to a contractor's password and internal systems were accessed. uber insists no user data was compromised. that hacker group has been linked to several high profile hackings, all members of the group that have been arrested in the past. have been teenagers. 5 18 is a time back over to steve paulson talking about some more rain moving in for everybody. some areas late tonight. tomorrow i think so. yes not right now. but for most of us, i would think for many. yes, late tonight tomorrow. you're asking very difficult questions. course i do course you do. that's that's who you are, and that's okay. low is a little bit closer to us. it was off cape mendocino yesterday. now it's west of san francisco,
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so it's still too far away. but numerous lightning strikes and there's been a lot of activity from bands that have been coming up from the south, rotating around that so areas to the east and also over this year continue to get some kind of activity here. but for most, there's a little bit of a break this morning. look at all the lightning strikes now. this may not do anything until later tonight, tomorrow couple of whether one high resolution model absolutely hit san francisco. they're pretty strong sell tomorrow morning. so again, it's still you know, 18 24 hours away for some, not for the sierra. you can see there's still some bands kind of thinning out a little bit, but mount rose did pick up some snow yesterday. so the first snow officially has fallen fifties on the attempt. petaluma santa rosa 51 palo alto's at 52, walnut creek's at 53. any forties? yeah. woodside lafayette are both in the upper forties. boulder creek in the santa cruz mountains is 51 mid fifties capitola, santa cruz, aptos, 59 . morgan hill, san martin santa clare, though down to 53 degrees , mid forties in the mountains, 50 sixties in the valley fifties
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sixties up and down the coast, the lowest here today, tonight and tomorrow, then it will eject out of here, but not until wednesday. we'll probably on the drier side by wednesday afternoon, but until that low. never trust a low until it is east of tahoe, another one of steve's rule of thumbs, because it'll burn you if you do if you don't do it, and you can see look at all that lightning strikes so again. this won't be in the morning, but i think by this afternoon we'll see some development taking place inland and then late tonight, tomorrow, it'll make its move. anyone near the coast around the bay, i think will be in line for possibilities. some pretty good thunderstorms here. 60 seventies on attempts and those won't change on wednesday below, then clears out high pressure will kick in back to dry weather and warmer #### alright steve. thank you, tom is 5 20 governor newsom just signed several cannabis related bills into law coming up, we'll look at a one piece of legislation that could now protect employees who choose to smoke away from the job. plus we
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offer resources assistance with housing things like that. transported many people to get housing, but it took multiple contacts. we'll tell you about a new approach in oakland has solving major problems. we'll show you how this program is successful in some of oakland' hardes
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reach out. find resources at va.gov/reach much love. they legitimately care about folks they see on the street. somewhere in the mission of a special team in oakland of crisis, workers hit the streets of oakland every morning they hope to meet people with empathy and hope that will avoid an escalation o pretty tough situations. now the team is called macro. it's a new alternative to having the police respond and non violent and non medical emergencies. ktvu is evan sernoffsky spent several days with that team and shows us
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how this program works. the macro program was designed to reduce the number of unnecessary police interactions with citizens who are not being violent but still need help. its supporters say the program is a resounding success, and after just six months they're looking to expand it. we tagged along and got a close look at how they're working to help people struggling with things like mental illness. drug addiction and homelessness. right here, ray somewhere in this area. there's somebody on the right right here. it's a hot afternoon in east oakland, and there's a man unconscious, lying partially in the street, milton and hagan burger for a sleeper. hi. you okay? until this year, the city didn't have anyone to respond to situations like these. it's hot. we want to make sure that you get you some water and stuff, okay? alright my god, we need to stay out of the street. okay okay. don't have no medical problems. pound it you're good.
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alright, guys. macro team offers services like drug treatment and shelter to some of the city's most vulnerable residents. this man named devante was an interested in anything more than some water, but at least he's out of harm's way. we offer resources assistance with housing things like that. we have transported many people to get housing, but it took multiple contacts. macro stands for mobile assistance community responders of oakland, their team of 16 people works within the fire department. it began as a pilot program in april serving east and west oakland. yeah there was a groundswell of community support that was putting pressure on the council to develop an alternative response model to address the challenges that the community was having with opd. elliot jones is the program's director , he said before macro, it was left up to police to respond to
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behavioral health calls, officials say macro has responded to 4371 calls since april. they have done over 100 referrals to local resources like housing services since july , their operating with $5 million from the city of oakland and another 10 million from a state grant for the next four years. oakland follows jurisdictions like san francisco and bart, which both launched similar programs. people call 911 not only because they are in need for themselves for their safety security, but because they're concerned. it's called good intent calls and people in the city have so much love. they legitimately care about folks they see on the streets. some calls they're not suited for like if anyone is potentially armed or violent. when things get too unsafe for two violent we get out of the scene. we're not there. it's a police anyone or anything. we're just there to help here to help the community and make a difference in the community. when calls aren't coming in the macro team goes where they know they will be needed. like this woman who is
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pregnant and living in a bus shelter on 104th and international checking on you. if you feel like you need to go to the hospital because of the baby, you let us know goal is to eventually get her into a shelter. but until she's prepared for that we can't really force her being that she is pregnant. we do like to come and check up on her off in the street on 57th in holloway, there's a man living in a large pile of trash. are you feeling ok today? until people like this man and others are ready to help themselves. the macro team says they'll keep coming back, shoving away little by little, and hopefully those interactions lead to that to him saying, you know, waking up one day saying, hey, i'm ready to make this change began as an 18 month pilot program, but given the state funding they've been awarded and overwhelming support from the community. they hope it's here to stay. evan sernoffsky ktvu, fox two news. a possible tuition hike for students in the cow state
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it was a deadly night on the streets of oakland. what we know about two separate shootings that happened less than an hour apart, plus this should never happen. kids were just walking home from school. i mean, you can't you can't get more innocent than that. three children are in the hospital this morning after they were hit by a car in antioco while walking home from school. what we know about what happened and their conditions this morning. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto good morning. thank you for waking up with us here on morning sun to pam cook . good morning. i'm dave clark. tuesday morning. september 20th pan. the weather this evening could be interesting. paulson's right here. maybe even later
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today for some in law, but yes, tonight. tomorrow morning, i think could be we are running cooler. if you like. my gosh, it is feeling cooler. here. we have a few upper forties, even low fifties. so we are running santa rosa livermore and minus eight only napa airports, plus three, but everyone else running about 2 to 5 degrees in petaluma at seven degrees cooler than 24 hours ago because we are in between systems, there's rain band to the east. also up in the mountains and the strong low, which has drifted south, just west of us. many many lightning strikes have been observed from that, but this won't really play an impact until later tonight. overnight into tomorrow, so combinations sun more in the morning, then clouds will start to pop up. scattered showers. thundershowers look likely, i'd say in the next 24 hours highs today will stay in the seventies 5 31 on a tuesday here he is to tell us. it's okay. i hope it is . it's still okay. steve i think people may be watching at home with that cup of coffee or tea or whatever you drink in the morning might start thinking about okay. i can get out here now and still beat the crowd
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because it's not going to stay this way for much longer. this is a look at interstate 8 80. it looks very nice. and you can see these things are getting more crowded. so right about this time when we start seeing some stop and go traffic, and here it is, you can see on the ultimate past are slowing. there is also slowing already on highway 45 32 . let's get back to the headlines. all right. thank you, sal. it was a violent night in oakland with three people shot and killed in two separate shootings. ktvu zahle rasmus in our newsroom now with what we've learned so far about the incident, sally welcome. police are looking for the people responsible for this violence. the first shooting happened just before eight o'clock last night. police responded to calls. about gunfire near 31st and telegraph they found one man in the store and another in the lay lena restaurant, both shot dead. a teenage boy was also shot in the leg leaders with the nearby oakland islamic center state. the two men who were killed had just come from evening prayers at the mosque around the corner.
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there are members of the mosque that would like to sweeten their meal by going to that shop next door. the restaurant which offers t and they go there and they buy the t. unfortunately when they went there. it was the wrong time. wrong place. i just heard heck of shots like boom, boom! boom there real quiet, like almost like they were inside. that's from one witness who didn't want to be identified who heard the shooting. investigators don't know that what led up to this and they were talking with other witnesses at the scene to piece together. what happened? no one has been arrested and no suspects identified. but about an hour later another shooting in oakland that happened around nine o'clock. police responded to a 911 call about a woman shot at east 20th street and 23rd avenue. the woman died from her injuries at the scene. no arrests or suspects identified in that case, either and no additional information yet about what happened at that second separate shooting scene. we've reached out to oakland police for more information on both of these deadly shootings that
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happened last night to get more information, hope to have an update later on this morning, david pam back to you. all right , ali. thank you. time is 5 33. police in vallejo are investigating a homicide, the police russia reported but shooting until a no avenue yesterday morning they found that 30 year old man who had been shot at least once. he was rushed to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. police say the motive and the circumstances surrounding the shooting are still not clear if you have any information called alejo police . we are hearing from the family of three children who are badly injured after being hit by a car in antioch. they tell us while two of the kids are showing some signs of recovery, they are worried that the 12 year old boy may not survive. he is still in a coma, and if he does survive, they think he could end up being paralyzed from the neck down. everybody is devastated. um. the parents still haven't left the best side. cheyenne was like 50 ft away in the bushes. jonathan had the car on top of them. it's
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unfathomable. you just every part every parent's worst nightmare. have not released any information about thers involved possible charges or updates on the investigation. time is 5 34. police in hayward say they recovered several bags of pills and other drugs during a traffic stop. now they're estimating about 750 multicolored pills were there they believe it was fentanyl. the tests are underway right now to identify what it is. police offender knows often disguised to look like vitamins or candy. well workers who use marijuana while away from the job will no longer be penalized . governor newsom signed that bill into law, making it illegal for employers to discriminate against employees for cannabis use in their personal lives while they are off the clock. supporters of the measure say it will help end workplace discrimination against cannabis users. we hear complaints a lot from people who are either denied employment or even fired
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from their jobs because they feel a urine test and this would end for most employers. that kind of discrimination while still allowing, uh, new, better technology in testing that would prevent people from working while they're impaired. this law is part of a series of cannabis related bills signed by the governor tom is 5 36 governor newsom just signed a bill that makes human composting legal here in california. human composting is considered an alternative to being buried or cremated. that eco friendly body is covered in organic matter it allowed to convert to natural soil, then that soil committee either be used in the garden or to plant a tree of remembrance. that law will take effect. act in 2027. the california state university system says it may raise tuition fees and cut programs if the governor signs a new bill that increases the pay
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for non faculty staff. the csu trustees say it could cost $1.3 billion over the next 10 years to give those employees pay raises. the governor has said he plans to give $1 billion in funding to cal state schools to help pay the costs, but university officials say they can't count on that until the money is guaranteed. some of the students we talked to say they worry about possible tuition hikes. i would like to see them get paid more, but i also don't want to see. i don't see programs to get cut at the same time. why can't we look at reducing administrative salary by five or 10% to then transfer those costs to non faculty members? students also worried that if programs are not cut and administrative costs stayed the way they are. they may be for us to take out more student loans to get the education they want. san jose could cancel its plans to build some tiny homes in the
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neighborhood on the city's north side. the original proposal called for 100, tiny homes near the barry s, a library and noble park. but people argue that location is too close to schools and public space. the city council is expected to discuss a recommendation to withdraw the site from development before the end of november. thomas fivethirtyeight at two day meeting of the federal reserve board begins its expected to lead to key interest rate to being raised again, officials say they're hoping to cool off inflation without causing a recession. some of the analysts are predicting another increase of three quarters of a point that would put the benchmark rate at about 3% which is the highest in 14 years. other financial analysts say they believe the fed could even raise rates by a full percentage point. i am of the opinion that they are just off the rails enough, they may actually try 100 basis points on 4% hike. now the u. s economy hasn't seen
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rates as high as what's projected since before the 2008 financial the fed is expected t. today world leaders are gathering in new york for the 77th session of the united nations general assembly secretary general antonio guterres says the general assembly is meeting at a time of great peril with challenges that include climate catastrophes, increasing poverty and inequality and divisions among world powers that have become worse since russia invaded ukraine. president biden will address the general assembly tomorrow. well today, the city of san jose could expand its use of license plate, reading him arras in the effort to fight crime and increased traffic safety. the city council is expected to approve a measure that would provide another $250,000 to install more of the cameras in areas that seem more crime. there would also be more of the license plate readers at intersections where there are a large number of accidents, but the cameras are raising privacy
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concerns the key concerns with automated license plate readers really lay in how much data is collected and how long it's retained for now san jose police would only be allowed to use the cameras for investigating crimes locating missing persons and locating suspect vehicles. ktvu s andre senior will have more on this story coming up in our six o'clock our time is 5 40. steve paulson is ready right now with your forecast and what we may see later today. i think we'll see some more activity later tonight tomorrow and there's a little bit already here, and i wouldn't be surprised if some pops up again as we saw yesterday afternoon, especially like county, napa county to solano and contra costa. oh, look who it is. it's our good friend, mckenna. yo, steve. well, yo mckenna. brentwood has had some drizzle ish weather in the past few hours. i'm digging it. i'm digging it, man. thank you. mckenna and speaking of yesterday, watch out. it just lit up bethel island, rio vista,
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antioch brown would not yet hang in there. you'll see it on your big 85 inch high def tv coming up here, right there in the byron. look at all the activities that popped up and a lot of that had made it up and towards the back of ill out towards davis and up into lake county, where it was going bonkers there later in the afternoon. recycle this. let this go through right there clear like carbon hidden via like lake board. there are some really heavy downpours up there. things have calmed down now, but i wouldn't be surprised if they pick up again later today strong upper low for september 20th. by the way, we did have one rain record. pamela on sunday, downtown oakland picked up 18 100. that was a record, but almost all the records were from 1959 when it was pouring here with 2 to 3 inches, right, so we didn't get close, but we were above our september average. now this low, numerous lightning strikes are being reported, but it's moving really slow. slowly you can see there's still some bands moving up to this year.
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they did mount rose picked up some snow. 50 petaluma and santa rosa cooler. wanna creeks down to 50 to palo alto? is it 52 degrees i know stanford was at 50 48 fairfax, 51 richmond mill valleys in their sand and selma 50 novato 52. 51 kelsey ville windsor, also in their point reyes down to 53 strong loafer september 20th not done yet. it will make its move tomorrow, but until then, this level develop and probably more bands coming into the east later today, but by tonight and tomorrow that low will start to move over us, keeping us in the mix for more showers and possible thundershowers. sixties for a few seventies for most, no big change tomorrow, except more activity. then it clears out. high pressure builds in and warmer temps are on the way. alright. see, thank you. time to 5 40 to the political battle continues over the way migrants are being moved around the country will tell you why one law enforcement organization now says it's investigating the governor of florida much of
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puerto rico still without power this morning, we have a look at the damage left behind from hurricane fiona and the concerns about the ecovery.
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is ukrainian forces retake more areas that russia used to control their finding more scenes of destruction and evidence of what they call war crimes. many of the towns and villages have been taken by russian forces soon after the war began in february, well now as ukrainian forces are retaking these areas are also finding houses, destroyed bombs and bullets scattered everywhere. ukraine's president says they'll keep taking back parts of the country that used to be occupied by russia. maybe now it seems to
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some of you that after a series of victories, we have a certain law. but this is not a local. this is preparation for the next series to the next series of very important words for us, but you must be heard because ukraine must be free. all of it. now in the city of is zoom crews continue to find hundreds of bodies in a mass grave. many of the bodies show signs of torture . prosecutors want to build a war crimes case against russia. an american contractor has been released from afghanistan after he was held hostage for more than two years. us officials say it came after months of behind the scenes negotiations with the taliban. mark frerichs was abducted in january. 2020 he was last seen in a video earlier this year, pleading for his release for expend more than 10 years in afghanistan as a civilian contractor. he was like, oh, in exchange for the release of an afghan drug lord and member of the taliban, who was held for years at guantanamo bay time is 5 46. at least one person was killed in mexico in a
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big earthquake on the pacific coast. it was a magnitude 7.6 quake centered in the central part of mexico. one person reportedly was killed in the ports city of manzini. oh, that's where a wall collapsed at a shopping mall. the quake was felt almost 300 miles away in mexico city, where people ran into the streets. there's no word of any major damage there. this quake happened to fall on the very same date as major deadly earthquakes that hit in 2017 and in 1985, and just an hour before that quake hit, many people in mexico city were taking part in the nationwide drill. for the anniversary of those previous earthquakes this morning. powerful hurricane fiona continues to cause catastrophic damage across the caribbean. wanna show you new video from the dominican republic? now the powerful storm is battering most of the nation with sustained winds of 100 mph . the hurricane has destroyed and damaged thousands of homes
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and businesses and caused massive power outages. so far, no reports of any deaths tied to the storm in the dominican republic. the hurricane continues to pound the island of puerto rico with unrelenting rain and life threatening flash floods. these are aerial images showing the floodwaters now covering entire neighborhoods. hundreds of thousands of people in puerto rico are still without power and running water. fiona is hitting exactly five years after hurricane maria inflicted more damage on puerto rico. than any other disaster in recent history. we expect to, uh. to not see this again after what happened, but here we are again the same situation with the same issues. so far, there are two confirmed deaths in puerto rico and hundreds of injuries and there are concerns those numbers could rise much higher in the days ahead. coming up in our six o'clock hour, we'll talk live with one of our fox weather reporters who is in puerto rico this morning. our time now 5 48
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were you heard steve? it may rain for us later in the day. for now, most of the rain has moved out of the bay area, but it was really good to see after a long stretch of hot, dry weather. the national weather service says the north bay more than two two inches of rain in some areas. ktvu is tom baker says marin county's reservoirs are now back to normal for this time of the year. on sunday. mount tamil pius in the towns around it got more than an inch of rain instead of all that water being soaked into the parched earth. a lot of it got into the reservoirs of tam's watershed now despite three hard drought years, marines reservoirs are 106% of their historical average. it's not just this weekend's localized rains, but the huge atmospheric river storms that hit mount tam late last year and early this year. it's unusual, but it's great. smells good. looks good. all the animals are really happy. birds are great. i'm glad to hear that, too, that the wildlife will definitely helped to um the more water for them.
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the better to this is in stark contrast to the rest of the bay area and the state california six big reservoirs shasta oroville, trinity, st louis, new melanie's, and don pedro historically should be at their normal end of summer average of 56% full. instead they stand at a poultry 33. lake sonoma about 60 miles north of mount tam is only 30% full when it should be 50 for like comanche, a major east bay mud reservoir in the sierra foothills should be almost 80% full instead of its current 48% and like foursome, less than 40% full should be 74 . if there's any negative to this at all. it is simply that some folks may take this for granted. and taking water for granted and california anywhere in california is never a good idea. conservation has been huge in marin county. uh you know, i
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think the average citizen is really helping out with that. and our mwd directors are really helping out. um and the young kids right now in the high schools, they're really into conservation and everything. beautiful yeah, like i said, the more water we get, the better. we really need it. get us out of this drought. the current national drought map puts more than 95% of california and severe extreme or exceptional drought, making marin all that more remarkable. tom baker, ktvu fox two news. all right, tom. thank you for all that work and seeing all that nice rain in the reservoirs and alright sal has our commute. hopefully it's nice as well. yes it is. so far, anyway, i just had my you haven't seen people someone the other day i asked me. what are you looking at? over here while i have this big screen where i can see all the commutes at once, which is, you know, technology, right, and i'll show you what i'm looking at. i can put it up on your screen here. 8
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80. i can look at the bay bridge. the bridge is beginning to get a little crowded just as we suspected. those metering lights are on, and that usually starts causing a little bit of a backup. however this is not a terrible commutes, just kind of normal what you might see if you are driving into san francisco san mateo bridge doesn't look too bad at all that commute is moving along very nicely. and if you are driving on 5 80 coming into the ultimate path, we do have some slow traffic there. we also have a little bit of slow traffic on highway for coming out of any talk on the way over to bay point. 5 52. mr steve paulson is here. what are you looking at? over there? what are you looking at? what are you looking to me? thank you. thank you, sir. alright our good friend chris henry. donna morgan hill says. you know he's weather savvy. but he says, i wish the proverbial wish forecast. we wish it would happen that lowered park itself over us first raining out over the ocean. well maybe it will start to move by later tonight and
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tomorrow. it's closer. look at all the lightning strikes many many lightning strikes. still some moving through the valley, especially late in the afternoon . i would expect that to happen again today. this is a for this time of year, a cold core low and so that cold air is going to induce, especially with some sun breaks there. more steep lapse rates, and that's going to trigger some more activity inland. later today you are see it popping up over some of some of the foothill locations but this low by tonight, tomorrow, we'll inch closer towards us a little bit of snow up in the mountains yesterday, first snow of the season still some activity and so already early in the morning, we're being beginning to see some thunderstorm development. we just caught in between those two bands. fifties on the temps and a few upper forties woodside lafayette lafayette at 49, alamo and danville, down to 51, walnut creek and clayton at 52. even elsa bronte at 53 mid fifties after that, for many or upper fifties, the low will be with us today. tonight and tomorrow. then it will move. but until then, you can see it's just a
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little bit too far offshore. but it's going to make a move later later today tonight, and that could put us in line for more activity, maybe some more thunderstorm activity after wednesday, then a pattern goes quiet and warmer sixties for a few seventies for most, not much change tomorrow. still more activity than warmer weather kicks in end of the weekend of the weekend, you guys all right. thank you, steve. someday area freeways are getting recognition . they don't want the highways that have been named some of the most deadly in california. parts of lucky break if you have unpaid late traffic fees in san francisco will tell you the reason that $50 million in outstanding fees was wiped clean.
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turned down a proposal that could help resolve the ongoing shortage of pilots. now current regulations require pilots to have 1500 hours of flight time before getting their commercial airline pilot license republic air wise airways asked the faa to cut that requirement in half to 750 hours for pilots who would serve as co pilots. but only if they also complete a special training program. several airlines say the 1500 hour rule has contributed to a national shortage of pilots, the faa says reducing the current requirement is not in the public's interest. the airline pilots association also opposed
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the proposal. in san francisco. a judge has thrown out $50 million in outstanding fees on traffic fines under a court ruling all late fees assessed before july. 1st of this year will be thrown out late fees assessed after that day will be capped at $100, which is in line with the new state law, according to the city treasurer , about one third of all traffic fines in the city are not paid on time. time is around 5 58 for the san francisco giants. this could be a winter of change. after a very disappointing season yesterday, the judge giants announced a general manager scott harris, accepted a new job in detroit, president of baseball operations for the tigers. harris has been with the giants as gm for three seasons. he's considered one of the rising stars in the front office of major league baseball. rapper m i. a pulling out of next week's portola festival in san francisco. in an instagram story, the festival says the british star suffered a quote
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serious and unexpected health matter earlier this summer, the two day festival on pier 80 takes place this coming saturday and sunday and includes dozens of electronic artists like fatboy slim, the chemical brothers and flim. it was a deadly night here in oakland. two separate shootings, leaving three people dead. the latest on what we know about what led to shots being fired. we have restaurants that are going to be full of coffee shops that are going to be blossoming. all of us do well when the city does well on the tourism front, tens of thousands of people descending on san francisco beginning today for the dream force conference. the big boost this could mean for local businesses and the hotel. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto well, good morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook tuesday morning. september 20th i know.
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meteorologist steve talks about when summer ends and fall begins . but for the rest of us, it's now this week tomorrow, is it not? 21st 21st started on the first for some of us for you for me in more ways than one. all right. we do have temperatures that are running much cooler there. in fact, there's a couple of upper forties here. woodside lafayette at 48 49 degrees, ah might be spurious information on the livermore. they're having problems with their mom. attar there, so take that one. maybe with a grain of salt, but santa roses eight degrees cooler. petaluma five nevado, four ktvu four degrees cooler under some clearing that's allowed temperatures to cool off in the upper forties and low fifties to mid fifties, strong low inching closer not here yet, but it will be later today. so some sun and then we'll get some clouds. then it really bubble up and i think showers, scattered showers and thunderstorms likely later today tonight overnight into wednesday morning seventies on the temps six o'clock in the morning on a tuesday i got to get out of the house now. what's it like out
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there? steve if you're going on highway four, it's going to be slow, and we're seeing some slow traffic out there. and some of these commutes, for example, i'm going to put highway four and the road centers up here for you can see there's slow traffic in antioxidants, berg and bay point and also when you get to the bay bridge, we do have a backup already that is backing up here to the end of the parking lot. so it's about maybe a 5 to 7 minute delay. so this is the time when things begin to change. it's just going to get more crowded from here. and we'll let you know where the trouble spots are coming up in just a few minutes, but now it's 601. let's get right back to the headlines. thank you, sal. today the dream force convention returns to san francisco for the 20th time. ktvu james torres alive from the mosconi center, where this year's mega conference is expected to give the city's economy a very big much needed boost, james. good morning. panda setup is here along howard and third street in downtown san francisco. you see it behind me here. lights are
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on. we're seeing a number of people who will be attending here. probably having the right idea that traffic is gonna be a little bit of a mess around here. so they have been taking some ubers and lifts and just getting dropped off right in front. dream force always has this national park kind of theme to it. so lots of brown lots of green that you'll see out here this morning. and then there's always that iconic hot air balloon in the background and just a little better. a little under an hour. we'll actually get a peek inside dream force and show you a closer look at that set up a tens of thousands of people. they are expected to come out here to attend the conference this morning, and that's good news for san francisco's hospitality economy . dream force did happen last year, but it was mostly virtual up to 1500. people were invited, which is only a fraction of the attendance of past years this year, the city's hotel council reports nearby hotels are full, and restaurants are preparing for heavy foot traffic conference today is preparing for about 40,000 people to attend. that means that we have a lot more people visiting. we
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have restaurants that are going to be full of coffee shops that are going to be blossoming. all of us do well when the city does well on the tourism front. san francisco travel association says dream force will set the precedent for holding regular large scale convention. so if things go well, we can expect things to continue to go well. attendees will hear it from a number of keynote speakers today . those speakers include salesforce ceo marc benioff. tomorrow attendees will have the chance to hear from singer and talk show host jennifer hudson. and former presidential candidate and climate activist al gore. this year sales force says it is celebrating 20 years of partnership with the city of san francisco, the conventional last until thursday afternoon. this morning in san francisco torres ktvu. fox two news. alright, james. thank you. time and 6032 people were shot and killed in oakland's pill hill neighborhood. the police say a third person was wounded, and this happened last night just
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before eight pm, right across the street from alta bates medical center. three shooting victims are found by police inside of two different businesses. witnesses say at least two of the victims had just finished praying at the oakland islamic center mosque right around the corner. there are members of the mosque that would like to sweeten their meal by going to that shop next door . the restaurant which offers t and they go there and they buy the t. unfortunately when they went there. it was at the wrong time. wrong place. oakland police are still investigating what led to the shootings, and so far no arrests have been made. oakland police are also investigating another deadly shooting just an hour later in a different neighborhood that happened near 22nd avenue and east 20th street, right near roosevelt middle school. police say one person who had been shot at least once died at the scene . investigators say there is no word of any motive or suspects
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in san francisco. two women are in the hospital this morning following a shooting in the city's mission district. the gunfire was first reported shortly after 6 30 yesterday evening just a short distance away from the 24th street mission, bart station. this is video from citizens app. one person is listed in critical condition. the other is expected to survive. no word yet on what led up to the shooting, and so far there have been no arrests. time is at 605 a really sad story from anti aquil hearing from the family of three children badly hurt after being hit by a car in antiochus, the family says, while two of the children show some signs of recovery that really worried a 12 year old boy may not survive. he's still in a coma. and even if he does survive. he could be paralyzed from the neck down. everybody is devastated. um. the parents still haven't left the best side. cheyenne was like 50 ft away in the bushes. jonathan had the car on top of them. it's unfathomable. you just every
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product, every parent's worst nightmare. police in that he ah , captain released any information about the drivers involved were possible charges or the updates on the investigation of the bay area's top infectious disease experts now responding to president biden's claim that the pandemic is over. i don't agree. unfortunately president biden. i wish it was so i know when we say things. it's over like we're over it. it's different, colloquially from the reality and reality. is there still disease around? we're in a lot right now in the bay area, but i think most people are expecting us to have an increase in cases again in a few months, as long as they are unvaccinated people in the world, there's a chance of a variant being created. that looks different from what we have. and what are antibodies can capture and dr peter chin hong that he does not share the president's. president biden made that remark
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health experts say his words are not supported by scientific fact. a texas sheriff has opened a criminal investigation into the operation to airlift venezuelan migrants from the area near san antonio to martha's vineyard. bear county sheriff javier salazar says he is investigating whether the migrants were lured under false pretenses. he says the migrants were promised jobs if they took the flight to massachusetts, but there were no jobs and no support available. florida's governor, rhonda santa says his state paid for the flight from texas from money designated to remove migrants from florida time is 607. today, the san francisco school board will reconsider changes the school holidays, including making e d, which is celebrated by muslims around the world at official school district holiday school board approved that change, but a lawsuit is possible over alleged violations of open meeting laws and constitutional rights.
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resolution is on today's agenda would put the changes on hold and look for the best way to change school district holidays . the new study shows three of the top 10 deadliest sections of california highways are here in the bay area. the rankings are from money gig there, based on the number of freeway deaths per mile between 2017 and 2019. interstate 80 from albany to the bay bridge toll plaza is second overall with a total of 15 deadly crashes. the next worse is a stretch of interstate 80 between pinole in richmond, where there were 13 deadly accidents and interstate 2 80 through downtown san jose, ranked eighth with 11 fatal crashes, the deadliest section of any california freeway is actually five miles of interest. 8 15 in hysteria. just about 80 miles east of downtown los angeles. times 608, the san jose city council due to vote today on a measure to expand the use of license plate readers, ktvu
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is andre senior is here now, with a preview of that city council vote and the concerns when people have of installing more of these cameras, good morning and good morning to you, dave. the san jose city council scheduled to take up the issue at its regular scheduled meeting this afternoon. it's part of the effort to fight crime, increased traffic safety in the bay area's larger city. now the city council is expected to approve a measure that would provide another $250,000 to install more of these high tech cameras in high crime areas. there would also be more license plate readers at intersections where there are a number of large accidents. one man who frequently walks the streets of san jose says these cameras could have helped track down the driverlose encounter with a speeding car. i was walking down the street. i hear this screeching tires and the car jumped over the curb. and. and it went between me and the street. just one story. there are others agree these high tech cameras would help increase
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public safety when it comes to both crime and traffic. but these license plate readers are raising privacy concerns. the key concerns with automated license plate readers really lay in how much data is collected and how long it's retained for the new policy for the san jose police department specifically allows these cameras for just a few key issues investigating crimes locating missing persons and locating suspect vehicles. the policy does prohibit collecting any data not in public view and monitoring legal activities such as rallies and protests. it also bans sharing data with immigration authorities. and selling information as well. however police say these cameras have proven to be tremendously effective. investigating a wide variety of crimes, including hit and runs, vehicle thefts and even side shows. david pam back over to you. all right. thank you, andre. time to check back in with sal. it's 6 10 so it could be getting a little busier out there. how's the commute? you know it is getting a little
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busy around there. we do have a little crowding out there at the bay bridge there, pam and dave, let's go out and see what we have. now with the tall plants that community it's nothing out of the ordinary. if you're driving into san francisco probably have to wait about 10 minutes there before you make it onto the span. there have been no major issues on interstate 80 80 or on highway 92. but you can tell by just looking at things are getting a little more crowded. the altamont pass is one spot, not a lot of crowding yet in the south bay. if that's your community, you can jump ahead of the crowd here. at 6 11 . let's go back to the desk. all right. thank you, sal. more people are returning home now that the rain has helped the fight against the mosquito fire . next we are hearing about their experience and what they're returning to. and as the sun is coming up, more hurricane damage, tornado damage revealed in both the dominican republic and in puerto rico will head back to the caribbean will bring you a live report as the cleanup from hurricane fiona. begins.
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of mosquito fire in the sierra foothills. that fire is now 39% contained after burning more than 76,000 acres in eldorado and placer counties. cal fire says containment has nearly doubled since saturday because of the rain and the hard work of firefighters. a growing number of evacuees are now being allowed to return home. what they're coming home to is, um, no power, some no water. you know, rotting food in their refrigerators and freezers. the rain could continue to fall over the fire area for the next few days. it's not always good news . if they get too much storms could now trigger mudslides in the burn scar areas. our time is now 6 14 this morning. the damage caused by hurricane fiona is growing as the storm moved over, the dominican republic is
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now bearing down on the turks and caicos. it's expected to get stronger and cause even more damage on the main island of that british territory. now after the storm, people in puerto reek ico starting to face that damage from the flooding is the winds and the rains died down. fox reporter there is still there in puerto rico and will not only when we talked to you yesterday morning. most of the island had no power. so what's it like? today is puerto rico is beginning to recover them. dave good morning. yeah, we do have some signs of recovery here this morning, but we are continued to be impressed and really overwhelmed by the amount of rain that fell associated with this storm. it's being measured in feet. we just got some new information from the national weather service office in san juan, reporting nearly 30 inches of rain in several points across the island . that's an incredible amount of water to try and move. and that's what led to those scenes of flooding entire neighborhood once neighborhoods once again
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underwater, some homes being swept from the mountainsides rescues nearly 1000 people rescued over the past 24 hours, so incredible amount of search and rescue operations, by the way, are still continuing. let's talk about the power grid and the recovery here. of course, we had most of the island lose power completely at the height of the storm. luna energy, which manages the power grid is now reporting that about 286,000 customers have come back online . there is a total of about 1.1 million customers, so that's a pretty considerable dent to have here over the past 24 hours or so progress on that front and the sunshine that is behind me is helping this we finally had a break in the rain just about five hours ago, we still had some of those lingering showers. and there are still some in the forecast. so if we can have some sunshine stick around like this, it will certainly help. meanwhile thousands of people overnight spending their nights in shelters trying to have you know a hot meal and some refuge there. those shelter is going to
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be an operation for quite a while, as some people are having to once again either repair or rebuild their homes. president biden sending his support yesterday to puerto rico's governor, putting about 300 federal authorities on the ground that is all in motion right now more help on the way he says as needed, so there are signs of progress. one of the things that i notice now leave you with this is some of the infrastructure improvements that did happen after maria call it lessons learned and something improvements there. they had more substantial concrete utility poles. those who fared pretty well in a lot of the neighborhoods now they still of course, have the wooden poles that are way down with the transformers. those snapped in a lot of cases. that's all we have so many people without power, but this new infrastructure that has been worked on seem to fare pretty well back to you. well, nunley before you go, i have to ask five years ago today, hurricane maria hit that same area. it's ironic to reflect back on there. it is, and it was almost too much for some people
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to take. you know, we had thousands of deaths reported with that storm, and then after that, thousands of more left the island and you still see so many scars of maria. as we go through the countryside here, we can see plenty of abandoned homes. there are places not too far from where i'm standing here on the waterfront, this beautiful waterfront down here, but as you get closer to that you could see the concrete pillars were homes and buildings once stood that have been abandoned, so that is still a very painful scar. this is a painful anniversary for so many people now, once again in the dark dealing with this storm. puerto rico certainly needs your thoughts. today we can only imagine will normally you do such a great job describing what it's like in puerto rico. thank you very much again. you will not only from fox weather for us and don't forget you can get more on this story and more like it on the fox weather app. just use your phone to scan this q r code you see on your tv screen or go to fox weather .com. alright 6. 18 is the time back over to south
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covering the commute. what do you keeping an eye on south? things are getting more crowded, and most of these bay area commutes. the only thing that's getting a little bit of a break is that silicon valley commute, but here in the east bay on highway four, you can see it is pretty slow, and it stays that way all the way to conquer. it's backed up beginning in pittsburgh and part of any daca. also this morning's commute is going to be slow at the bay bridge. nothing unusual. there it is backed up for a 10 to 15 minute delay. and then you get onto the actual span. no problem, saying oakland heading down to hayward, and if you're driving across the san mateo bridge that is looking pretty decent. remember the this week as we go to steve, it's dream force in san francisco. there, street closures the best way, steve get to san francisco's using transit. all right. good advice. thank you, sal. appreciate it. we will take a look at rainfall from yesterday . it was all north and east. and that will probably be the case again today until tonight. when the load gets a little bit closer then it will include
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areas on the coast and probably in san francisco cannot die 0.89 near clear lake 0.65 along marsh creek road. clayton 0.53 byron 0.5 to half inch rain. brentwood oakley, pittsburgh and vacaville , all with about a third of an inch of rain, and it was lit up and look at that. that's the activity went through lake county late yesterday afternoon . of course, thanks quiet down, would not be surprised to see more of this happened tonight into tomorrow, also, especially out towards a fairfield, vacaville, rio vista. bethel island, brentwood, antioch. you can see that's what i'll go let this cycle through one more time, so i would not be surprised at all to see this develop again today until this low moves inland. it's just a little bit too far west right now, but numerous lightning strikes or to the west. it will inch closer later today tonight, overnight into tomorrow morning, so we're not done yet. a lot of activity continues to come up from the south did give a little bit of snow. montrose had snow a lot of the activities winding down, but i expected to pick up
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again over the foothills and also up into this europe fifties on the temps are a couple of forties. but santa rosa in petaluma, both at 50. palo alto's down to 52, walnut creek says so are we. upper forties. look at that. woodside at 49. degrees 51. atherton menlo park , stanford's at 50, palo alto, we talked about 52 even foster city. and san carlos and los altos that they had kind of cooler 53. the low is not going anywhere yet. it will make its move starting late tonight. tomorrow and then after it kicks out of here on wednesday afternoon evening, then we'll see drier conditions. but there look at all the lightning strikes popping up not only out to the higher elevations, the motherlode, but also from that low so again, i think things really pick up here later this afternoon tonight to the east and tonight overnight into tomorrow for the coast, san francisco maybe oakland so this could be pretty good little show . but right now we're we're in the respite. here we get the quiet so 60 seventies on the temp so morning sun, then the clouds will pop up then. the showers scattered showers that logos by tonight into wednesday . then it kicks out of here,
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then more sunshine and warmer attempts to kick in as we head towards the end of the weekend weekend. all right. thank you. steve interest rates will most likely increase again this week up next what analysts are saying about the federal reserve's plan ahead of their meeting later today, and the reaction so far on wall street? plus we have an update on trey lance and his surgery after his season ending injury during sunday's game. life has never felt so expensive.
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we are getting an update about trey lance, who is now recovering from his surgery on his broken ankle. 49ers quarterback broke his ankle and sunday's game against the seahawks and is now out for the season. doctors say lance's surgery at stanford university hospital dealt with two different injuries, a fractured fibula and disruption of a ligament. the teams doctor says he's confident lance will make a
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full recovery in time for next season. in a conference call, 49ers head coach kyle shanahan talked about how the team is handling it. i know we're all just kind of worried about him and making sure that he's doing alright, mentally and physically talk to him here real soon and some guys have been over there already visit them. we're not sure yet, but as soon as you can get back in here and start rehabbing, and we're going to one of them apart of everything, every meeting, it can be that be at every practice you can be at. um i know there's he's not gonna be able to do all of that because of how much he's got to rehab, but especially in those meetings and stuff. we don't plan on trade being away from us at all. jimmy garoppolo. now once again, the starting quarterback in vegas oddsmakers actually improved the 49ers odds to win the super bowl now with jimmy g, is leading the team nasa preparing for another one mission moon test crews are set to do a fueling test of the new mega rocket on wednesday. they will add supercooled fuel to the rockets. see if it repairs work
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after faulty launch attempts. that critical test will determine the chances of its artemis one. mission launched to the moon next week. it's a new vehicle never been tested before , never been flown before. so everything is new. all the loading procedures and all the preparations all the operations. they're all brand new. in order for nasa to move forward with the september 27th launch date. this test has to be successful. if things don't go as planned october, 2nd would be the agency's back update. bison calf born at the oakland zoo, joins a herd that is now numbering 23. the oakland zoo helps birth and raised new bison calves that will eventually join a herd of bison in northern montana. it's part of the zoo's bison restoration project in partnership with the blackfeet indian reservation. eight bison calves have been born at the zoo since may. welcome. another sign that the red hot housing market
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live to the new york stock exchange this morning for the opening bell stocks are headed. down again as the federal reserve begins its two day policy meeting that bell rings live wall street expecting another interest rate hike. and anticipates the fed's plans for the next year, which that will be detailed in the september meeting as well. but right now that another 200 point drop the dow. we'll have your business news coming up. thank you for waking up with us here on morning sun to pam cook. good morning. i'm dave clark. tuesday morning. september 20th as we go to steve paulson with the forecast, steve. i was outside. perfect temperatures now and the sky is just waking up. you got your check? i see did yeah. good thank you, mr clark. yes we do have a little or caught in between the boy. it's getting close. there's bands up in the sierra, also up in the foothills and look at the lowest drifted south west of san francisco. and look how close this is so for the morning looks okay. but there are numerous lightning
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strikes have been observed not only inland, but also with that upper low, come out a little bit and get a better look at look at it. that's pretty impressive. for this time of year. it will make its move later today tonight over into wednesday morning. so you're two for tuesday starts off with some sun, a little cool. some upper forties fifties on the temps. we all then start to cloud up pretty rapidly scattered showers. possible thundershowers . this is almost a 24 hour forecast because that's the way we're looking for the next about 24 hours is a lot of activity later today tonight into tomorrow seventies on attempts. alright. sounds here at 6 31. this is when things begin to pick up and he tells us it is picking up. you're absolutely right, steve. we do have some slowing on highway four on highway 85 80. let's try but with the richmond bridge, though, i'll show you that. if you're driving over to marine, there is a little bit of slowing the thing that i see about all these slowdowns that i'm showing you is they are very typical. you might expect them if you drive this way every day. if you driving into san francisco the only lanes that are doing well right now are the carpool lane
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chester reminder that we have various street closures in south of market for the dream force sales conference that they have . this is a good time for you to consider using transit instead of the car getting into downtown san francisco 6 31. let's go back to the headlines. all right . thank you. it was a violent night in oakland. three people shot and killed in two separate shootings. ktvu zahle rasmus in our newsroom now you have the latest information. good morning, alan. good morning, david. we don't know if these shootings are connected in any way we know they happened about an hour part. in two different parts of oakland, the first one at 31st and telegraph just before eight o'clock, and that's where police responded to calls about gunfire. when they arrived , they found one man in a store and another in the lay alina restaurant, both shot dead. a teenage boy was shot in the leg . the person or people responsible fled the scene, and there's no suspect information. on who may have been behind this or how this happened. but leaders with the nearby oakland islamic center say the two men who were killed had just come
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from evening prayers at the mosque around the corner. they identified one of the men killed as an ethiopian man who had his own business and was well known and well loved in the community. and we pray together three times a day. like you said, we pray five times three times today, actually is it's very sad. it's very certain kind of person. really. it's a loss of the community also the alameda county coroner's office has not yet identified the people who were killed. police and investigators were talking with other witnesses at the scene to piece together what may have happened what led up to this, but no one has been arrested and no one identified as being responsible for about an hour later, another shooting in oakland, this one around nine o'clock. that's when police responded to 911 calls about a woman who had been shot at east 20th street and 23rd avenue. the woman died from her injuries at the scene, no arrest or suspects identified in that case, either and no additional information yet about what led up to the shooting there. we have reached out to oakland police for more information on both of these
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deadly shootings that happened last night, and we hope to get an update during mornings onto this morning, david pam back to you. thank you, ali. we are now hearing from the family of a man who was shot and killed in a road rage incident in san lorenzo. ryan hard as soon anson and his wife, love got married just four months ago in the philippines. love says she was talking with her husband on the phone at about 4 30 sunday while he was driving when he was involved in some sort of dispute with several people in another car, she says she told him not to get out of the car. but he did. and then she heard shots that killed him. maybe just one or two steps or three steps away from his car. i just heard a lot of lot of gunshots a lot of contracts in greece. a lot of pain. tired except this is unfair. like i know, my son he's working is a good man. alameda county sheriff's investigators say they are following up on a
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number of leads anyone with information or dashcam video is asked to contact police time now, 6 34. oakland now has a special team of crisis workers who hit the streets and hope that the sound of a comforting voice and showing empathy will encourage people to accept some help. are you feeling ok today? this team is called the macro team. it stands for my mobile assistant community responders of oakland. 16 members are an alternative to sending the police to situations where people are not violent, but they need help. they offer shelter and drug treatment to people who are living on the streets. now sometimes the people they approach don't want to accept anything more than a bottle of water. we offer resources assistance with housing things like that. we've transported many people to get housing, but it took multiple contexts. now the macro team members work
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under the authority of the oakland fire department and say if a situation were to become violent, or they feel unsafe, they leave, but most of the contacts with people they've come to know from street patrols like a pregnant woman living in a shelter. they've asked hospitr baby. they also respond to calls they get from the public. people call 911 not only because they are in need for themselves for their safety security, but because they're concerned. it's called good intent. calls and people in this city have so much love. they legitimately care about folks they see on the street. the macro has responded already to more than 4000 calls since april, macro started as an 18 month pilot program with $5 million from the city. now it's been expanded after the state gave a four year $10 million grant to the macro team right now, world leaders are gathering
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in new york for the 77th session of the united general nations general assembly. the first in person gathering since the pandemic, and this is live video from that entry hall this morning, u n secretary general antonio guterres told the general assembly that nations are quote grid locked and colossal global dysfunction and aren't ready or willing to tackle the major challenges that threaten the future of humanity and the fate of the planet, he said. the only path forward is cooperation and dialogue. president biden will address the general assembly tomorrow. time is now 6 37 the rain the bay area's had to be the last few days may have paused the fire season, but firefighters are still busy preparing for things to dry out fast. they say, we need several back to back storms to reduce the fire risk across the bay area. we're not out of the season by any means, with temperatures expected to rebound later this week, and then what we typically get with our fall
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pattern. we could very well be right back into critical fire weather by early october. now there is some good news, though. firefighters say there haven't been any major debris flows or flooding in areas affected by wildfires that burned over the past few years. now they will closely watch those burn scars the next few months just to make sure the future storms don't cause any problems. alright 6. 38 is the time backer was sound keeping an eye on traffic sounds busy. yeah, it does sound busy out there, although it is not affected by a lot of crashes, let's go and take a look at some of these more typical commutes that are going to be slow, like the bay bridge that is backed up. it's been that way since about 10 minutes to six. and then we see 8 80 looks good in oakland, and so does 5 80. but as i put up the map of the east bay, you will see that it's pretty slow on highway four is typical. and we have some slowing coming in out of hercules into richmond. and the subject commute looks pretty good. that one is if you want to
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get ahead of that commute, you should before it starts getting busy. that one usually starts in about an hour. when it starts we start seeing some stop and go traffic at 6 39. let's bring steve back in and talk about today's forecast. alright thank you, sal. we have not looked at water temps here coast of bowie temps in about three weeks. well that's on me. but anyway, we haven't looked at him. but we'll take a look at they have gone up. way up. why is that? because we've had a south wind. that low coming circulation around the lowest south. so monterey monterey outer boys, 60 62 63 san francisco belief 59 only pinpoint raise at 54 even but database at 56 point arena. 60 need a northwest wind to cool those off with that south wind. that's why we're running so warm and that's the low can i put you can see the circulation around that. comes around in the south , and that's why those temps have gone up. oh, this lowest inching closer. lots of lightning strikes just offshore. there were numerous lightning strikes and pretty good thunderstorm activity yesterday , especially especially eastern , contra costa solano county
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parts of napa county and into lake county. connacht 89 100 near clear lake 65 along marsh creek road, half inch of rain byron and a half inch brentwood , oakley, pittsburgh, vacaville and also, antioch also had a third plus of an inch of rain. not too bad for thunderstorms. you can see him popping up late in the day. look at all the activity, but it's west southwest of us. it's still has a ways to go. and that will be later today tonight into early tomorrow morning. that's pretty good line that comes over that will that will get your attention, no doubt about it. but it's not here yet. petaluma is down to 49 degrees. i've had a couple of upper forties lafayette also. woodside, petaluma, showing up for forties. felton in boulder creek in the santa cruz mountains down to 51, 52, santa clara and mid fifties capitola, aptos and also santa cruz 56 55 degrees the lows with us today, then tonight tomorrow will start to make its move. it won't eject inland until wednesday afternoon. so that puts us in the mix for some of that activity to rotate
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around and yeah. develop more scattered showers. thundershowers maybe brief downpour. look at that line, though, but it's still pretty far away, at least in terms of whether here i mean it's inching closer, but it's not here yet. so we'll start off with some sun in the morning. i think we'll get some activity also inland north and east later today, and then later today, tonight, it'll be closer to the coast and in san francisco, i think could be a couple of forecasts. a couple of high res models. slap san francisco with a pretty good thunderstorm activity late tonight. tomorrow morning, 60 seventies on the temps here, we'll see more of the same tomorrow. then it kicks out. high pressure builds in and drier weather and warmer weather returns. alright steve time 6 41 . it's a hidden feature apple never ever ties tell you why some tech riders are really excited about what's inside the new iphone. first let's check in with gasia mikaelian in our newsroom with the other stories we're following for you. good morning, gasia. good morning, you two when i get to join you in studio here, there have been more anti semitic fliers found across the bay area first, the
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a meeting at the federal reserve begins today. it's expected to result in key interest rates going up again. members of the
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feds say they want to cool inflation without causing a recession. some analysts are predicting another increase of three quarters of a point that would put the benchmark raid at about 3% the highest in 14 years. other analysts say they believe the fed could even raise rates by a full percentage point. i am of the opinion that they are just off the rails enough, they may actually try 100 basis points on 4% hike. now the u. s economy hasn't seen rates as high as what's projected since before the 2008 financial crisis decision by the fed is expected tomorrow in today's dollars and cents. the recent sharp downturn in the u. s housing market is hitting one san francisco based company especially hard, open door is a business that became a pioneer of high tech home flip income commonly known as i buying. now, the company typically sells thousands of homes every month, but a new real estate report found the company he lost money
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on roughly 42% of its transactions in august. zillow recently saw similar drop in profit and it's i buying operation as well. apple reportedly did not advertise what some are calling the most important feature of the new iphone 14 now you can't tell from the outside of the phone, but i fix it dot com tech repair site says this is the most repairable iphone in years. the iphone 14 can be opened from the front and the back. that's been a big point of praise for advocates for the right to repair movement. the change required an internal redesigned by many tech reviewers. many didn't even notice it at first. the bind administration will expand flights to havana, cuba, the transportation department announced that near 13 weeks that 13 weekly american airlines flights from miami and a weekly jetblue departure from fort lauderdale will be added. it says the flights must begin by mid december. in june, it lifted
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a series of restrictions on flights to cuba, including ending a prohibition on us flights to cuban airports outside havana. time at 6 46. yup a turned down a proposal to help resolve the continuing shortage of pilots. now the current regulations require pilots to have 1500 hours of flight time before they get their commercial airline pilot license. republic airways asked the faa to lower that requirement to 750 hours for pilots who would serve as co pilot, but only if they also complete a special training program. several airlines say the 1500 hour rule has contributed to the national shortage of pilots, the faa says reducing the carried requirement is not in the interest of the public. the airline pilots association also opposed that proposal. a warning for people who have certain kia and hyundais police warn of viral car theft tutorials online. the
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videos show kias and hyundais made between 2010 and 2021. and they show that they are easier to steal online videos showing how to hotwire. the cars with the u. s. b cable have been spreading on social media. one person whose car was stolen captured this surveillance video of someone breaking into his car and starting it in less than a minute. probably five ft away from him, and that just happened and 11 o'clock in the morning and my wife and kids are like right there in the kitchen, like all you have to do is look out the window to see it, but he was in and out and 60 seconds. tiktok says it's removing car theft tutorial videos when they're found, enforcement, says people who drive these cars should invest in the steering wheel lock, battery disconnect switch or a car alarm. kia and hyundai say they are working to distribute steering wheel locks to people who may be impacted. pam it's crazy. yes, i mean, wow , it's quick. alright let's see what sal is seeing on our
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commute right now. how's it look sound getting filled up dave and pam. good morning to you, although we don't have a lot of serious crisi slowdowns out there, which is, i think if you drive this way every day, or you drive at this time every day, you're kind of expecting it. look at highway forward is slow over the hill. it's slow out of pittsburgh in the conquered, not unusual at the bay bridge to have a backup. things are moving. okay though it's pretty efficient for this time of the morning. to be out there and again once we get to the point where people aren't driving that fast, the serious accidents don't come at 6 49. let's talk about today's weather. and here, steve. thank you kindly, sir. alright, we'll get to it here. we have a couple of systems here once inland by the way near the mosquito fire. about two inches of rain fell. the smoke is essentially all gone. so this rain has done wonders there for the firefighters and also for the air quality now are low that are apparent low, which is unseasonably deep for this time of year has drifted south. it is now west southwest of san
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francisco. instead of being off cape mendocino like it was yesterday. there are numerous lightning strikes pop up up up up there, not here yet, but yesterday afternoon, the boy lake county parts of napa county. eastern solano and contra costa county. it was boom city here can act. i 89 100 near clear like 65 along marsh creek road, half in terrain byron and a half inch brentwood, oakley, pittsburgh and vacaville all with the third and i think you can throw anti aachen there as well are low is inching closer, and i mean it has two speeds slow and stop. but look how close it is now. it's not going to be here until later today. probably later this afternoon tonight, overnight into tomorrow , that doesn't mean we're done inland inland will start to see a repeat of what they had yesterday afternoon. this is just too much. you know. you get the sun breaks in the morning and that just destabilizes the atmosphere inland in the afternoon, but numerous lightning strikes inching closer . they're not here yet. so the mornings your best bet if you want to do something because by the afternoon i think we're going to see some pretty active patterns developing especially late this afternoon tonight
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fifties on attempts. there are a few forties petaluma woodside lafayette, all in the upper forties. this morning. arlo is here today. tonight and then tomorrow morning. then it kicks out that allow high pressure to build back in, but by no means are we done with this system yet? could be some pretty good activity later tonight into tomorrow. here so again, this is a broad brush case in point yesterday, davis had nearly three inches of rain. sacramento executive had a quarter of an inch there 15 miles apart. so that's kind of the pattern. we're in here, maybe sunny at your place, but it will be pouring not too far away. sixties seventies on the temps. same tomorrow. then that little kicks out. the high builds in and we go dry and warmer, dave heading into the end of the week. all right, thank you. tommy 6 51. san francisco's big salesforce convention is fact in person and at full capacity ktvu is james torres is now inside dream for us. james will be with us live. he'll tell us what's in store for the people attending the event. past the big boost.
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this could be for san francisco businesses and the recent rains as steve's been telling you, we've loved it. it's been welcome, but authorities are warning that drought is still here with the storm means for water conservation efforts.
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is it? russia used to control the finding more scenes of destruction and evidence of what they call war crimes. many of the towns and villages received by russia soon after the war began in february, well now as ukrainian forces are retaking these areas, they're finding houses that were destroyed by bombs and bullets scattered everywhere. ukraine's president says they'll keep taking back parts of the country that used to be occupied. maybe. now it seems to some of you that after a series of victories, we have a certain law. but this is not a lull. this is preparation for the next series to the next series of very important words for us, but you must be heard because ukraine must be free. all of it in. the crews there al finding hundreds of bodies torts
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want to build a war crimes case against russia. in baltimore, maryland prosecutors there have 30 days now to decide if they will retry at nonstop tired or abandoned his case. he was released yesterday from prison after being convicted of killing his high school girlfriend in 1999. he was 17 years old at the time. he's been in prison ever since. but a true crime podcast called serial question the testimony of a witness and the use of unreliable cell phone records. prosecutors also failed to tell the defense about two other people suspected of killing her. this hidden evidence established that other people had threatened his life had hidden her car in places known to them. under the law. prosecutors should have disclosed this evidence. no sorry. it is on home to tension . now he's being watched with the gps. a new episode of the latest development in this case
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will debut today on the serial podcast governor gavin newsom just signed a bill that makes human composting legal here in tive to being buried or cremated. that's eco friendly. the bodies covered in organicrt to natural soil. in that soil can be used in a garden or to plant a tree of remembrance. that law will take effect in 2027, the california state university system says it may raise tuitions and cut programs that the governor signed a new bill that increases the pay for non faculty staff the trustees and see as you say it could cost $1.3 billion over the next 10 years to give those employees raises. the governor has said he plans to give $1 billion in funding to cal state schools to help pay the cost. but university officials say they can't count on that until
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the money is guaranteed students we talked to say they're worried about a possible tuition hike. i would like to see them get paid more, but i also don't want to see him. i don't see programs to get cut at the same time. why can't we look at reducing administrative salary by five or 10% to then transfer those costs to non faculty members? students are also worried that if programs are not cut and administrative costs stay the way they are. they may be forced to take out even more student loans to get the education they want. in san francisco, a judge threw out $50 million in outstanding fees on traffic fines, record ruling all late fees assessed before july 1st of this year are going to be thrown out late fees assessed after that date will be capped at $100 . that's in line with the new state law. well the recent summer storm we had mains of iran county reservoirs are back
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at water levels above average for this time of the year. that's why this being the third year of a drought, marines, two biggest water storage areas are now add 106% of normal. a lot of that surplus comes in the storm . we just had it dropped more than an inch of rain on mount tam, copious and nearby communities. it's great. smells good. looks good. all the animals are really happy. birds are great. county reservoirs are doing a lot better than other northern california water sources. normally california six bit of biggest reservoirs would be at 56% of total capacity right now shasta or a bill trinity, saying louise, new maloney's and don pedro, or just one third fill. right now. most of the state is in severe, extreme or exceptional drought levels. two people killed, another wounded in the shooting at what's known as oakland's
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pill hill neighborhood. a friend of the victim's discusses what they were doing a short time before the gunfire. the city of san jose's expanding its use of license plate readers the steps elected leaders are taking as they work to address privacy concerns. today is the start of the biggest annual tech conference in the bay area. we are taking you love to san francisco for the first day of dream force, as tens of thousands of attendees will return for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic. from ktvu. fox two news. this morning's onto the weather is changing as well. thank you for joining us. i'm gasia mikaelian good morning. i'm dave clark. tuesday. september 20th. the sky opened up for you this morning. perfect right now. no head. let's check in with steve. he knows what's coming our way you've been listening to. you have 1/7 grade social this afternoon that i'm hoping will not get rained out. well we're under mostly clear partly cloudy

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