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the sierra foothills has crews working to contain it on the ground with plans for air assault as the sun rises. meteorologist kari hall is tracking those conditions and if there's any relief in the forecast. it's infuriating. it's absolutely infuriating. >> bracing for my patients. how local health clinics are preparing to care for an unprecedented amount of women seeking abortions as states start to restrict access . helping you make it in the bay the new affordable housing opportunities coming to one topic unity and the effort to get the issue on the november ballot. this is today in the bay streaming live on roku, amazon fire, apple tv, and online. good wednesday morning. thank you for allowing us to be part of your morning. i'm marcus washington. >> i'm laura garcia . bay area fire departments are on standby monitoring this out-of-control wired fire burning in gold country.
the rices fire is burning and nevada county north of grass valley near the yuba river . at this point we know at least one home has been destroyed. within 500 acres have burned and at least 500 structures are said to be threatened. contra costa county fire protection tells us some of its firefighters are on standby in the event conditions change. >> we've had multiple hundred plus acre fires last few weeks in contra costa county one we have not received a request for support at this time. >> the fire is believed to have fire. the flames spread so quickly and got out of control even though the first firefighters arrived within 10 minutes of that call. >> meteorologist kari hall has been tracking those conditions. we know wind and extreme heat can affect the firefight. >> it will still be windy today but temperatures are coming down.
what we saw yesterday was that intense heat. that causes the air to rise rapidly and it carries the ash and embers downwind to create more spot fires. you can see the vegetation is very thick and the terrain is very rough so it makes it hard for firefighters to get there, and there is a lot of debris and vegetation that has dried out underneath those trees which adds to the fuel. we are starting with low 60s there but it will be heating up again today i'm heading for the upper 80s with gusty wind. we will continue to monitor weather conditions around the rices fire. how is it looking for the commute? >> one spot with extra flowing, north 238 and north 880. both are jammed up heading into and through san or two pick looks like they are in recovery mode. a slower drive out of castro valley and hayward heading toward oakland. the bay bridge toll plaza has the metering lights on.
i see the backup forming on the live camera and we will show that to you coming up. the south bay is recovering from the first burst of slowing we usually see. bay area reproductive rights advocates are trying to move in front of what they expect to be a flood of uncertainty now that roe v. wade's history. >> california will likely become a sanctuary for those seeking abortion from states that no longer allow it. ginger conejero saab is live in san francisco. that is one of the many unresolved issues floating around right now. >> reporter: that's right. there is still a lot of uncertainty and questions surrounding this. one of those areas is in telemedicine abortion. experts tell us interest has skyrocketed in the days following friday's decision and it's expected to stay that way as both sides navigate the fallout from the decision. telemedicine abortion is
basically the ability to get a drug combination mailed to patients to take it home in order to terminate a pregnancy. medication abortions currth hal all abortions in the country before the pandemic, patients had to receive those pills in person but because of covid the fda announced it would allow termination inducing pills to be mailed to patients and the fda made the role permanent in december. at least 19 states restricted the use of telemedicine for pregnancy terminations that many of those same states have enacted partial or total bans on abortion. >> the traffic to our site exploded on friday with the supreme court decision overturning roe. we went from 3500 visits in the day previous to that decision to 209,000 on the day of the decision. just a sharp increase. we are providing information we know people want. they want to know
how can i get my hands on these pills because access through mainstream channels is going to be cut off, we believe, and half the country. reback in california, governor newsom has reiterated his commitment to ensuring the state remains a sanctuary for those seeking abortions. take a look at the screen. a recent ucla study shows these numbers. 50% of out-of-state abortion care from arizona will travel to california. 25% from utah and texas will come to the state. 10% from states and the south and middle america. we can also expect more gatherings like the one we saw yesterday which was a town hall that took place in the city where abortion-rights supporters were looking to get ahead and create a strategy of sorts and the months moving forward. abortion-rights opponents say they're looking to build momentum from friday's decision. it will be interesting to see how all of this plays out.
ginger conejero saab, nbc bay area. >> thank you . let take a live look at capitol hill with a january 6th committee received eye-opening revelations from the former white house aide. this came from an aide to trump's chief of staff, mark meadows. cassidy hutchinson took the stand and talked about the rally that took place before the capitol siege. she said then-president trump asked for the screening machines to be removed so crowd members carry weapons could be admitted and then after giving the speech, she said trump raged at his secret service driver and his own aide. that's because he wanted to head to the capitol. >> to which bobby responded, serve, we have to go back to the west wing. the president raged up toward the front of the vehicle to grab at the steering wheel. mr. ingle grabbed his arm and said, sir,
you need to take your hand off the steering wheel. we are going back to the west wing. we are not going to the capitol. mr. trump then used his free hand to lunch toward bobby ingle and when mr. aaron altherr recounted the story to me, he motioned toward his clavicles. >> the former president has since responded to the testimony and calls her a , quote, total phony and a leaker. new this morning, a help in the fight to halt the monkeypox outbreak. the u.s. department of health and human services is set to release 1.6 million vaccines by the end of the year. more than 50,000 doses will go directly to areas where transmission rates are said to be high. the first 240,000 are said to be distributed in the coming weeks to california currently has the highest number of reported cases with 66 infections. moving you forward and a push to bring more affordable
housing to the bay area. hundreds of new units will be coming to the south bay. bob redell is alive and tell us how many homes are we looking at here? >> reporter: good morning. yesterday the santa clara county board of supervisors approved three projects for roughly 1000 units of affordable housing for families. about a third of which would be built in morgan hill, san jose and sunnyvale are specifically for families with children, people with special needs, and low income workers like people who work in agriculture. the project would be funded using $29 million from the 2016 measure a 40 housing bond and the state no place like home program. it looks like voters in san francisco will have a say on affordable housing. that would be this fall. later this morning affordable housing advocates will submit 52,000 signatures to get san
francisco city hall to place the affordable homes now measure on the november ballot. bob redell, today in the bay. >> one thing we can agree on here is there is more how did meeting here in the bay area. california's housing crisis is the focus of our investigative series called overpriced, overwhelmed and over it that you can stream an hour roku, amazon fire tv and apple tv. are we over the high temperatures? maybe so. look at this foggy start. a live look at san francisco this morning. cooler temperatures are in the works. nice and refreshing. >> it's going to be cool to the coastline but inland areas will be much more comfortable as a result of that thicker fog rolling in. look at this sunrise over san jose. we are waking up to a clear start and temperatures in the mid-50s and once again it will be a cooler day as breezy winds will pick up and we are heading for the mid to upper 70s today. some of our warmest spots inland reach into the mid-80s.
this is a big change compared to the upper 90s and triple digits we've seen recently. while we do see a wide range and temperatures, we are all starting to cool off as we head into the holiday weekend. we will talk more about that, coming up. mike have you seen any problems with the commute? >> no problem if you're looking for gas under six dollars for your commute. we have these all under the six dollar mark in richmond it's $5.65 on harbor wait. in milpitas and south san francisco, both at $5.89. milpitas on south main street and south san francisco go on callan boulevard. on the bay bridge no break, we have buildup. it's only been about six or seven minutes since the metering lights turned on. someone jumping out of lanes getting into the hov lane. be careful when you do that. on the map we are looking at is smooth the drive but some
billed at the bay bridge toll plaza. also further up highway 37 and highway 4. may be an issue off the carquinez bridge on south 68 zero. were getting more detail on that but the sensors do not show slowing. a quick recovery. after the issue cleared around 238/880 junction not through san lorenzo and out of castro valley. good recovery over the last five minutes but nothing else of note on the peninsula or south bay. back to you . 6:11. hitching a driverless ride. next, the high-tech service now available for san francisco commuters. set that up on your iphone which turns 15 today. speaking of numbers, let's go out here. those look pretty good. ♪ ♪ >> it's time for karaoke.
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work for the morning. we are in the upper 50s and we see it reaching the mid 70s, and there will be a significant cool down compared to what we've had recently. and as we go into the weekend, it gets even cooler. we will talk about that coming up . and a live look at palo alto shows traffic moving slowly through the haze. we are looking at a continued police investigation in menlo park. more on that coming up. good morning and happy wednesday to you. tesla has begun its planned layoffs cutting 200 workers in san mateo were part of the company's automated driving efforts. ceo elon musk has talked about laying off 10% of the workforce to cut costs and describes tesla's new overseas factories as money furnaces. tiktok back in the news with one of the commissioners on the federal communications commission morning apple and google the app violates their app store rules. brendan carr
once the app off the app store and if they don't he wants an explanation. he warns tick-tock is not just another video at. that's the sheep's clothing. it harvests swaths of sensitive data that new reports show are being accessed in beijing. now tiktok denies those allegations and says it moved to ease fears that it was working with the chinese government. you may recall the trump administration wanted to be and tiktok but the effort sort of fizzled out with no real explanation . happy birthday, iphone. >> and we are calling it iphone. [ applause ] today, today apple is going to reinvent the phone. and here it is. >> yeah, that's now had actually looked.
it was on this day 15 years ago steve jobs on that stage unveiled the iphone. it was only available to at&t customers and headed to g connection at a time when many people are using 3g. and that also cost $600. back then, nobody bought a phone for $600. in fact, it sold poorly enough that apple cut the price by $200. he's the other thing you don't remember. for the first three years of iphone, there was no app store. you used the two or three apps coming youtube was one of them, that it came with and that was all you could do. i remember being in the newsroom when apple said we will issue a software developer kit so you can make apps for the iphone and we did a story about a swath of stanford students putting school just to go work on apps. it was this magic moment where everybody could make $1 million off of a nap. >> and this all happened in the last 15 years. >> i'm so glad i'm of the generation that remembers before the internet and phones and lives with them. we are kind of a magic generation.
>> and you and i both have been here for so long and to see all this emerge right here in our backyard. >> just down the street. >> fascinating. happy birthday. >> iphone. 6:17. if you find yourself in san francisco and take rideshare via next carbide, you may not have a driver behind the rude. crews launched its new health driving taxis for actual affairs. this is company video showing how smooth it is. in the past, the car still had a human operator on board but not anymore. so far driverless rides can only be at night in san francisco. for the next story we want you to channel your favorite singer in the world. >> trending this morning a way to perform karaoke from the comfort of your home. ♪ ♪ ♪ i'm so moving on.
thanks to you. ♪ >> i'm not going to keep singing that pick that's on a my favorite. >> that is kelly clarkson thomas into begun, which he sang out loud at some point. spotted by is rolling out this essential product. this will update the lyrics. what you can do is tap a single button which will bring up the lyrics on your phone and you can sing your heart out pick the apple give you a percentage based on how well you performed. the feature is only just been ruled out so it may be available everywhere, may not be. >> so it will judge how you sing? >> i guess if you are in the right key and the pace of the rhythm. >> a lot of people sing in the car so don't do that while you're in the car, or in the shower. >> it's pretty cool. spotify. there you go.
it will rate you. since you gone is a great one i love. >> what is your favorite one? >> since you be gone. i wouldn't say it's a go to. i don't do karaoke very often. >> we got microphones. >> lights come up please. >> i don't do karaoke at all. >> we have fun in the newsroom after this newscast is over. what is your go to? >> you know, i don't think i think that will be something really popular this weekend with the holiday parties going on. and that is just in time. and i need to see the words on the screen. >> may be something to do with weather. summer wind? depends on the year. >> depends on the day around here. we have really been cooling off as we head into the next couple of days.
take a look at walnut creek and it starts out in the upper 50s and we will start with a partly cloudy sky but it's sunny the rest of the day as haze had for the upper 70s by this afternoon. that is a huge change compared to what we've had recently. in san francisco continues with mid-60s. head to san mateo and it's in the upper 60s and low 70s for oakland and hayward. take a look at tomorrow. we continue to cool off in the valley where it's been so hot and that log lingers near the coastline as san jose tops out at 77. 75 on friday. in the warmest spot will be in the low 80s in fairfield while most of us are in the 70s. high pressure is moving away. below is moving in and it will create stronger coastal air coming into inland areas. check out napa. this weekend we are going from warm upper 80s we've seen recently to upper 70s by sunday and 78 on the fourth of july.
also breezy so very dangerous if you try to light fireworks on your own. leave it to the pros because the vegetation is too dry and conditions are too dangerous for that but at least it will be comfortable for your outdoor barbecue, grilling, cookout come whatever you've been calling it. san francisco will be in the mid 60s for the weekend but we will need to watch visibility with that ball rolling in. mike, you been watching some issues but it seems like it's quieting down in some spots? bee it's calling down although traffic is wrapping up a little bit through this one portion on the map through san martin and morgan hill. that is the source of a lot of traffic. so far san jose is in the green zone on 101 no slowing through that first burst of traffic. an easy drive. we do have menlo park with police activity on el camino real. details are coming up i did get an update on the speed sensors. the issue is south of 680 leah
marino vista. i was concerned about an issue in the roadway but no slowing. in fact i think it just cleared the reports so a good report there. west highway 4 and 37 building up and i circled the bay bridge toll plaza which shows lanes back past the parking lot. practicing food safety i had a fourth of july holiday. next, we will tell you what you need to keep in mind as you plan for that barbecue spread.
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welcome back. fourth of july is around the corner and it's not just about the fireworks. >> many of us will be eating a lot of food and if you are going to do that, especially if you are cooking, there are some safety tips to keep in mind that the cdc estimates foodborne illness results in 48 million people getting sick. the usda experts say you should make sure that you clean that grill. also come make sure you separate your meats from your ready to eat foods to prevent cross contamination and as meredith carruthers explains, also make sure you keep in mind that the use by date -- >> purchase things before the date but once you have them come keep in mind different home storage guidelines such as using ground meats within one or two days, will poulter with one or two days and cold cuts of beef, parka mobile or lamb, like steaks or chops within four or five days after you
purchase them. >> she also says to make sure you use a thermometer to make sure that meat is fully cooked. >> especially the chicken. >> grilled chicken or barbecue chicken? >> we debate this. i say let's go have a barbecue that he says you can't call it a barbecue unless you actually have barbecue sauce. >> barbecue sauce with ribs or chicken because then it's just a cookout because your cooking outside. >> so it's grilling? >> come on over for a barbecue. guess i better have the sauce. >> on the side . coming up next. all new overnight. a bus hits a pedestrian on the peninsula. we will talk about the investigation underway and the impact it could have on you and your morning commute. >> reporter: some parents in oakland continue to push their school board to change course when it comes to closing some school campuses. we've seen
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oakland leaders are set to vote on a possible set of closures. all parents have concerns. they want to make the best choices for their children. they need accurate information to do that. >> what parents need to know before you make a decision. this is "today in the bay" streaming live . good wednesday morning to you and thank you for starting your day with us. i am laura garcia. >> i and marcus washington. we want to get to that developing story. and out-of-control wire fire burning in gold country. at least one home has been destroyed. brian hickey from our sister station is on the front lines of that fire this morning. >> we had to go quite a while
from there before we came to any burned areas. the fire is some distance from their. behind me here, this is the most active fire we can see this morning. there is smoke on the other side of the ridge line. we are about as far as he improved dirt roads can take us. there are firefighters out in there and we can hear the chainsaws where they are building containment lines. from what i saw last night what i am seeing this morning, it does not look like there has been a significant amount of growth overnight. it will run into the areas already locked in and hopefully doesn't push further down into the canyon. back to you. let's turn to our meteorologist with how conditions are looking this
morning. >> we can see through this time- lapse the fire with the heavy vegetation and steep terrain. it was also rising into the atmosphere. we could have more spot fires which is what we will watch out for today. right now the winds have calmed down. the humidity will drop throughout the day as temperatures reach the upper 80s in that area just to the east of sacramento. we will monitor those weather conditions around that fire. police investigating an accident involving a bus and a pedestrian in menlo park. we just got new update that says the victims suffered life- threatening injuries.
that stretch of road is expected to reopen in about 30 minutes. today is an important day for a lot of families in oakland. parents will learn if more school closures will happen. today chris sanchez is joining us. what is the plan here? >> this is the last school board meeting for oakland unified for this school year. parents hope they will take a step back and reverse those school closures that were voted on back in february. the district back in february voted to close a number of schools. parker k through eight, brookfield, monk, grass valley, horse maine elementary and discovery academy would close. it will only serve students from fifth grade to eight and they would merge with new highland community. some parents and activists
started running and unsanctioned summer camp with activities and food for the kids there in the community. oakland unified demand that the group move out because it was not meeting district standards for safety and background checks . despite pressure on the school board, the majority has maintained their position on closures in other votes since february. this has to do with the budget. there is $700 million budget and they have to do $40 million in cuts. we understand by the school district might have to cut back on costs and we understand why parents are upset. >> you realize how much they have to make that money. when you spread it out, it is then. >> a lot of those expenses are fixed. you cannot cut back the costs.
>> chris sanchez, thank you. moving you forward, 2.5 years into the pandemic. kids as young as six months old can now get the vaccine. there is hesitancy among parents as they decide to take that step with their family. >> i do tell them first of all that the vaccines are safe and effective and the best way to protect their children from severe disease and hospitalization. i also direct them to reliable outlets for information. there are a variety. there is healthy children.org at the american academy of pediatrics. and i also direct the parents of younger children to a sesame
street you two. there is a wonderful video about it. all parents have questions and concerns and want to make the best decisions for their kids. >> it gives you an opportunity to introduce what is going to happen to the kids as well. for itself it did receive the vaccine, some of us had some side effects that went along with it. are there any differences that they may see in younger children? >> they are really very similar. i think parents are used to their children having minor side effects after routine immunizations. that is to be expected. the side effects are really the same as the coronavirus vaccine. the child may have no symptoms at all may have some irritability or fussiness with redness and swelling at the injection site. they could have
a low-grade fever for a day or two. some children may even have a high fever for a day or two. those symptoms are self-limited and expected and not a typical of what we expect from any immunization. >> find out more all on our website. we have links with how you can book an appointment for your child. let's take a life look at the san jose skyline. the sun is breaking and shining on this wednesday. we will have a nice weekend. >> it is never too early to think about the weekend. san francisco will definitely be cooler there. our microclimates willher near the coast and sunny and warmer inland. take a look at san francisco where it is foggy
and 55 with wind up to 15 miles per hour. it will stay in the low 60s while we see our inland valleys get nice relief from the heat. mid-80s in the tri-valley. upper 80s for fairfield and morgan hill. we continue to cool off in the valleys and mike has a look at the commute now and what is ahead. >> things have gotten a little bit more crowded at the bay bridge. we now have the lanes all slowed down and pretty much stopped for certain periods of time. no surprises. the same thing for your typical commutes with the area roads. to the north bay we do have a continuation for the harbor bridge project. one lane will be closed and that is the northbound 101. also in san francisco, oracle park with the midday game.
this game will get out just as the evening traffic will blend as folks leave the park. typical builds for 880 into hayward and north from san jose to the 101. in san antonio. the disturbing new details emerging from an apparent human smuggling plot that left dozens dead. everything that vladimir putin did not want nato to do, nato just did. and we will take you out to the big board in new york city. it is close to breaking evening . we are going to show you this alligator and a man's reaction to this viral video. you don't want to miss that. we will be right back.
is a little bit slower. a backup at the richmond bridge. we will show you the backup at the bay bridge and check in at the san mateo bridge coming up. developing in san antonio, texas, they are trying to get to the bottom of that human tragedy. dozens have died. >> we pick up the story there from outside that hospital where some of those people are fighting for their lives. >> reporter: good morning. it is a tough day for the men, women, and children recovering inside this hospital. some of them are being treated for heat related conditions. federal investigators have taken over this case which is essentially being called one of the worst human smuggling operations in united states history. 51 people dead and 11 people
for covering in hospital's. that trailer for people were packed inside has been scoured for evidence in hopes of learning more about where it came from and how long it was there et cetera. we do know, however, that three individuals have been detained with potential ties to this smuggling plot. two are mexican nationals who were located when they took the license plate and traced it to a san antonio home. they were in possession of multiple illegal firearms. according to an american consulate official, the third person is an american citizen who was in the hospital. investigators are remaining tightlipped but as it stands now, 51 people dead and 11 are fighting to stay alive. >> such a horrific story.
vice president kamala harris will make a stop in the bay area. details on that trip have not been released. she last visited her home in april. we will have coverage of her visit. new developments in a relationship with your rep. u.s. army units will be permanently based in poland. >> we can think vladimir putin of all people for pretty much all of this. finland and sweden have gotten the go-ahead from turkey to join nato. turkey had been standing in the way until now. vladimir putin has a huge border touching nato territory with our forces much closer. poland is a long time nato alley and the army will be permanently stationed there.
up until now we kept our forces mostly in germany. all of this is coming because of russia's invasion of ukraine. president biden is in spain at the nato summit. 20,000 troops have been added to european forces bringing the total to 100,000 and the whole world is talking about who told the house select committee that the white house was well aware of the potential for violence days before january 6. and the president trump was very much aware that many in the crowd were armed when he urged them to march on the capital and that the top white house lawyer was warning them that they were likely committing crimes. >> he said something to the effect of, please make sure we do not go out to the capital, cassidy. we will get charge with every
crime imaginable if we make that movement happen >> if you missa, go back and watch it. if you are not going to watch it, it has been summed up pretty well. one in three unlikely crimes, the kind that can put you in jail. encouraging a crowd you know is armed and very solid evidence with donald trump threatening congressional witnesses. if you have forgotten who mick mulvaney is, he was donald trump's former chief of staff and the republicans through and through. and video just into our newsroom from rome. the bishop of san francisco refused to give nancy pelosi communion because she supports abortion rights. she just got communion at the vatican. the pope does not handout communion and it is not clear he knew that she was in the audience. they did meet in private the
night before. when he was the archbishop, he has really distributed communion to prevent the sacrament from being politicized. on facebook you can reach me at scott mcgrew tv. tomorrow a critical vote takes place on the oakland ace planned stand for harvard terminal. tomorrow, san francisco bay commissioners will either approve land for the new stadium. if the vote fails the stadium project is likely doomed. they will demand that voters can weigh in and that rally will happen at 10:30 this morning. have you ever had the feeling that someone is watching you while you were watching a sport? >> just take this florida man who was playing golf as one
onlooker got dangerously close. someone in naples florida posted this video. it was his wife. behind him you see the alligator walking along the course. the alligator just plops down thinking that man was on park. and you know what? if the gator was in corkery, he probably would have let him play through >> it is hard enough to concentrate on your stroke but have being an alligator behind you too. >> she was ready to take off. >> she's got the engine running. >> i guess they you said that in florida. they are always walking along the golf course. >> that and iguanas falling out of the tree. it will start to cool off
and we will continue to be able to see cooler weather come in as we head into the holiday weekend. take a look at fremont. we have a nice breeze as the temperature starts out at 56 degrees. heading through the rest of the morning, upper 60s and then low 70s and then it will stop. 78, san jose. mid 80s, concord. novato, 81 which is much cooler than what we have seen recently. we will have more days like this. tomorrow a high of 77. 81, livermore. upper 70s, napa. going into friday, 66, san francisco. 73, dublin. it will be very comfortable as the intense heat starts to back off. we will see that counterclockwise wind flow
rigging and a strong ocean breeze. the cooler temperatures off the pacific will be transported in line, and we will see our highs coming down sick frequently as a result. highs in morgan hill, low 80s for the end of the week. the coolest day will be on sunday and the fourth of july will have a high of 79 degrees. we will see our highs continue in the 70s through the beginning of next week. san francisco will be chilly. we will have some peaks of sunshine, but we will watch out for that visibility on the fourth of july for the fireworks. mike, what is happening now for the commute? >> we will look at the south bay where we have slowing on the sensors.
north 101 at capitol expressway. a typical pattern with traffic feeding in out of sam martin on north 101. the south bay is looking really good. a little slowing just north of 92. the san mateo bridge is moving smoothly. as we look at your travel times, vasco road jumped up about five minutes in travel time for marsh creek down to 580. happening now, attorney general rob bonta say hey crimes are the highest on record with close the 1800 reported last year. according to the report that is a 33% jump from 2020. officials say hey crimes targeting black people remained the most constant. demand for abortion care on the rise as states restrict access. new data pointing to a surge in
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6:56. we are moving forward with today's top stories. >> firefighters are monitoring of fight while burning in gold country. it is near the yuba river. at least one home we know has been destroyed. more than 500 acres have burned and 500 structures are threaten. the fire is believed to of started when the fire caught the fires got out of control even though the first firefighters arrived within 10 minutes of the call. an accident involving a bus and a pedestrian in menlo park. el camino vl is closed between glenwood and that stretch of
road is expected to reopen any time now. new data seems to concern but many are thinking. california will likely become a sanctuary for those seeking abortions from states that no longer elaborate. 50% of out-of- state it abortion care from arizona will travel to arizona. 25% from utah and texas. from the south or middle america, 10%. new help to fight monkeypox. they are set to release more than 1.6 million vaccines to combat the virus. 56,000 doses will go out to where monkeypox transition rates are high. 240,000 more will be coming out in the next few weeks. california has the highest number of the cases. we've got a at what
we've been looking for. that cool down. and it will start today. highs in the mid 80s inland and we will continue to see our cool down continue as we go into the holiday weekend. we will see some fog near the coast. there is some low clouds are fog depending on where you are. which is some of the reason for the cool down. you can see travel westbound is at a good clip into san francisco. so a little bit him right here. as we look at the san mateo bridge, we will see a glimpse of sunlight there. as you head over market street, i call it high-rise day. the today show is coming up and just under one minute. you can see savannah getting
ready. just ahead for you, an inside look at that chaos going into the long weekend. and the decision by two major airlines that could create even more delays. sit tight, we will be back at 7:25. >> and join us at midday. the today show starts now. good morning. block buster witness. a former white house insider under oath and on the record with a devastating account of president trump's words and actions on january 6. >> -- weapons. they're not here to hurt me. let my people in. they can march to the capitol from here. >> just ahead her explosive allegations including a claim the president lunged at the throat of his own security agent. how the secret service is responding this morning. rising toll. >> it's sad. these are human beings. >> 51 deaths now in that h