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september 22nd, and it's always good to see you, alex. good to be here with you guys this morning. also steve paulson joining us and telling us about a little bit of warmer weather this weekend warming up into the weekend, ali always a pleasure. thank you here. we do have a transition now to a drier, warmer pattern. little cool, though, this morning a lot of forties fifties but are strong low is now all the way up all the way all the way up there up there into idaho. so it's out of the picture. we do have a little bit of patchy fog. there's not a lot. it will be warmer today, and it will be nice pretty close to where we should be this time. only patchy fog, cool lows and sunny, nice and warmer afternoon high temps. which equals seventies and eighties pretty close to seasonal averages. all right over to salad seven o'clock in the morning, and this time he will begin where the east bay commute steve and we do have slowing and a lot of these east bay commute, which is not unusual. let's go out and take a look. at highway four, for example, it is slow as you drive in from any up debate point. we haven't seen a lot of commutes
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that have been unusual. today we've taken a little bit of a break, it seems from major crashes. westbound bay bridge traffic is backed up for 10 to 15 minutes delay no problems on 8 80 or on the san mateo bridge and in the south bay computer beginning to wake up a little bit as you drive north on 1017. oh, one. let's go back to the headlines. all right, sal. thank you will new this morning? three people in concord? they're out of their home after an overnight fire that happened on orange street at the coldest sack off monument boulevard, and it started just after two a.m. it took about an hour to get the flames under control. one person had minor injuries. the red cross now is helping the people who have been displaced. also new this morning. an investigation is underway in oakland into a deadly shooting that started on the freeway. police found a man who had been shot dead inside an suv near the fruitvale industrial center. it was around 11 o'clock last night watching video posted on the
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citizen app of the incident. shell casings were later found on westbound interstate 5 80, east of seminary and oakland. police tell us the incidents are related in the chp is investigating since they believe that shooting began on 5 80. in the wake of a string of deadly shootings in the bay area. state leaders say they are trying to do more to prevent gun violence and better respond to those shootings. attorney general rob bonta announced a new state office of gun violence prevention. he says the office will go beyond prosecution after crimes and do more to try and stop shootings before they happen. families whose loved ones had been shot and killed say they are hoping to help make a change. this epidemic has. paralyzed all of us. it has gotten out of control and is out of hand. this moment this crisis deserves all of us working together getting out of our silos, reaching out to one another partnering on behalf of our communities. bonta says they want to get guns out of the hands of dangerous people. a nationwide search is now under
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way to recruit the offices. first director our time is seven oh, two, less than an hour after that news conference, san francisco police were investigating yet another shooting. there were reports of several shots fired near the bayview opera house just after noontime. police found two people shot. they were rushed to a hospital bristol waiting to hear about their condition and if any arrests have been made it is 703. the federal reserve board is raising its key interest rate by three quarters of a percent. a short term rate now stands at three and a quarter percent, the highest rate since the 2008 housing market crashed. chair jerome powell says that rate hike is needed to bring down inflation and it could have an effect on the labor market. if there are layoffs? yes it'll raise the unemployment rate up to maybe 4% but there's still 11 more 11 million more jobs that have to be filled. so it'll be kind of a push. they don't want to destroy the employment numbers because they do want to keep people
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working, but they have to have some people laid off in order to stop and slow spending down. the housing market is already saying some of the impact of higher interest rates many homes are now staying on the market longer and prices have stabilized. we now know when we can start to expect those inflation stimulus checks from the state of california. the first round of inflation relief payments will be released on october 7th now to get that payment, which can range from $200 to $1000. you have to have filed your taxes in 2020. you also need to make less than $250,000 a year. most people will get direct deposits from the state franchise tax board. while some may instead have a debit card mailed to them . our time is seven. oh, four happening today. it's day three of dream force one of san francisco's biggest conventions , ktvu is amanda canton has already in san francisco to tell us how salesforce is helping the city. good morning, amanda. good morning. yes this is the biggest
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that we have seen this tech conference back in full force in two years. and this is really the biggest conference we've seen in san francisco since the start of the pandemic. this is the last day of this conference , and it just opened up at seven o'clock. it's known as the world's largest software conference, bringing 40,000 people to the city. giving hotels and restaurants a much needed boost. the event is filled with more than 1000 sessions and workshops and dozens of speakers to inspire, including celebrities and activists like magic johnson, simone biles, bono and matthew mcconaughey. all of the attendees have been flooding the streets of san francisco, and it's a welcome sight. you can spot them with their lanyards, and they're spending a lot of money at places that really struggled the last two years. we don't typically open all three floors, and we've had all three floors rocking for the last couple of days. that john sparrow it's been unbelievable. this helps immensely. it helps
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the staff that helps everybody helps. the entire city really is refreshing to have a hotel that is open and thriving. you know, we were close for 14 months during the pandemic were sold out. yeah, for the whole week. city leaders are touting the event as a sign that san francisco is back open for business. the whole conference is expected to generate some 40 million in visitor dollars for the city, and this is in addition to the grants that salesforce recently announced in support of schools across the country, including in san francisco and oakland. last night, there was a big concert at oracle with the red hot chili peppers. that concert was the biggest celebration of the event known as dream fest, and that benefits ucsf benioff children's hospitals, although today is the last day and that last event starts here at five o'clock, you could expect to see a lot of these attendees staying in san francisco, at least for the
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night. maybe even spending the weekend here as well. live in san francisco. amanda quintana ktvu fox two news, amanda. thank you. pediatricians at ucsf bending off children's hospital in oakland have voted to authorize a strike. some of the key complaints include staffing and wages have been working without a deal since the end of july. the vote doesn't mean a strike will definitely happen. but 98% of union members voted to authorize one a spokesperson from ucsf benioff children's hospital. oakland released a statement reading in part quote , we continue to bargain in good faith, as evidenced by the 20 negotiating sessions we've had with the union and the fact that they have formally withdrawn their unfair labor practice complaint and quote our time now . 77 a state appeals courts as a woman who back in 2016 had a stillborn baby three days after being treated at zuckerberg, san francisco general hospital can now proceed with a lawsuit against the hospital. for alleged medical malpractice, according to the chronicle. the court overruled a judge's
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decision that she waited too long to sue when the woman was 39 weeks pregnant with their first child in november of 2016 , she went to the hospital for a treatment to move the baby out of a breech position. but the next day the baby died and was delivered stillborn. 49ers confirmed that quarterback trey lance is out for the rest of the season. lance broke his ankle at sunday's game against the seahawks and had surgery on monday, head coach kyle shanahan said. jimmy garoppolo is the starting quarterback for the rest of the season and says he's improved after offseason shoulder surgery. the same as he's been the last two weeks, um and has been since he's been here, so he just got back and getting all the reps we've done walkthrough so far, so that's really only thing has changed. 49ers next game and grapple owes first start of the season is on sunday night against the denver broncos and their quarterback russell wilson. alright ali times, seven. oh, eight, right back to south. traffic still building up around the bay area
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sound. it is right now. we do have some slowing out there if you are driving on westbound richmond bridge just a little bit. if you're driving over to marin county, you will see some slowing at the toll plaza and some spots on the bridge. also looking at some of the other east bay commutes nearby 80 does slow from san pablo to berkeley. and then there will be a traffic jam here at the bay bridge toll plaza that stretches for about 10 to 15 minutes delay before you make it onto the span. looking at interstate 8 80. this commute looks pretty good. so far. it gets slow later in the morning. right now, you still have a little bit of opportunity to get out there. this is a look at that. silicon valley commute san jose driving into cupertino, sunnyvale. a little bit of slowing here and there on 101 in mountain view and on one on one in southern san jose, but i still think that you have an opportunity to get out there before it gets even more crowded, 709. let's go back to the desk. right sal? thank you. millions of americans wait for the historic artemis one rocket mission. the launch yet another
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mission just took place. to tell you how this soy use measure is the first one nasa astronaut. but first from one homeless encampment to another next the problem, city leaders in san jose say they're facing right now when it comes to addressi that issue.
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mosquito fire in the sierra foothills can now go back home. all vacuum. waysh in orders were lifted in plaster county. the only evacuation warning that's now in place is in the community of stumpy meadows and eldorado county fire burned 76,000 acres . it's now 49% contained red cross shelter at sierra college that will close today tomorrow. a temporary animal shelter at the gold country fair. the ground in auburn. we'll also closed well. this week's rain help firefighters get a better handle on the mosquito fire, but regional water managers are preparing for some problems possibly caused by the weather. the plaster county water agency was worried that the firewood damage critical infrastructure around the oxbow reservoir managers are now focused on keeping ash and other debris from flowing into the water system that serves a quarter million people. and we have to take significant extra steps in the treatment of that water to
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make sure it's safe for all of our customers to drink. part of the mosquito fire burned several river watersheds, which increase the risk for sediment to clog intakes and spillways. the water agency faced a similar problem with a wildfire back in 2014 managers are still dealing with sediment deposits eight years later now. 7 14 san francisco mayor, london breed does not support the proposition that's on the november ballot to create a commission to oversee the city's homelessness, department spokesperson for the mayor told the chronicle. she hasn't believed it would improve efficiency and with just create more bureaucracy. supporters of prop si se, more oversight is needed the homelessness department since its budget more than doubled over the last five years, but there are more homeless people in san francisco today than back in 2017 the same lines in another city in the bay area. there's concerns in san jose about a new homeless camp that's close to where the city is shutting down. an older one andre seniors in the studio. now
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the city is aware of this new camp andre, but for now, they're not taking steps to move people out of their least just just not yet. camp is at columbus park was just just blocks from the encampment on land owned by mineta san jose international airport. the faa has set the end of this month as a deadline to remove everyone from that area because of safety concerns now the new camp was quickly noticed by people who are members of the guadalupe community gardens. then kohler says he has seen an increase in the number of recreational vehicles parked on the streets, he says that makes it hard for the gardeners to find a place to park so they can enjoy work on their fruits, vegetables and flowers. people are using garden very bothered by and worried by it. but you know, has many recent incidents or anything, cause i think most people are just trying to get a good night decent night's sleep. sure lima's says she has lived at the a campaign by the airport in her rv for more than a year, she says. it's been four years since she has been having a real home here, and she's been
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working with the city in hopes to permanently relocate soon. not everybody out here has mental issues. for one thing. um there are people on this street to go to work during the day. um there are there are nice people out here and then at the same time, it's unsafe. san jose city leaders say they are focused on getting everyone out of the older encampment in the next eight days or so. they say they're also closely watching what's happening at the columbus park encampment. but priority has to remain the f a deadline date back over you. okay, andre . thank you. times 7 16 in ktvu rouz voices for change. we take our closer look at the gender and racial pay gaps faced by black women in the workplace. now the idea behind black women's equal pay day is to look at how long it takes. x for a black woman to earn as much as a white man in the same job. yesterday was the day a black women's total pay for 2021 2022 equals on average. will turn by
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a white man. this issue of pay and equity experienced by african american women cuts across all industries and all job categories, and therefore it's a major concern that should be addressed and such a day brings attention to that now. the date this year is more than a month later than it was for the measurement of last year. miss ramsey says that shows pay problems are getting worse. she says that that only emphasizes how much more diversity is needed in the corporate offices. one of the things where decision makers are people of color as well as those who are caucasian males are there in a position to make a difference and to ensure when decisions are made about higher that those decisions are equitable. she also says it's really important to have people across the variety of races and genders with the power to decide
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which workers get more training or travel because those opportunities directly affect opportunities now then, also in the future for more interviews and more content like this go to our website, ktvu .com and search for voices for change. the first renderings of what a second transbay tube would add to the bay area. one concept it shows a new bart station at san francisco's mission bay. both possible plans have new stations in alameda. downtown oakland and jack london square. and both have bart extending to the salesforce transit center. the group linked 21 released these renderings. it's currently working with state leaders to improve the bay area's rail network. alright time is 7 18. hey, sound did you fix everything out there on the road yet? i'm trying to dave and ali right now. we do have some slowing out there. but today's community is noticeably better than the last few days yesterday, remember, it was a little wet, and i think that complicated things today. it
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seems dry out there and i will show you the richmond bridge approach. it looks dry and the traffic looks normal. 80 nearby is slow from san pablo into berkeley. and when you get to the bay bridge, there is a typical backup there. so one of the things that i like about this community because we haven't had a lot of serious crashes, there have been slowdowns to be sure, and you can see on highway 85 driving in from southern san jose. it is now filling in. i think this is going to get worse before it gets better on the way to cupertino and sunnyvale. what about today's weather? it does seem a little bit better for the commute steve today than it was yesterday. by far there's no rain, as you've already mentioned were under mainly clear skies. sal and we actually have a lot of forties here. i'll show you that in a second, but everything is pointing towards a warm up here as we head into the weekend, philip prices up and napa says good morning, mr p. well back at you. good morning, mr p. sun's coming up and we see balloons outside the window. happy i'm a napa guy. i mean, this this thing right there right there. that balloon right there. oh, that one. yeah, okay. yeah. matt hanlon. good morning
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, steve. good morning, matt 46. in la honda on skyline. is the rain gone for now? yes i need to uncover and stack my firewood. get out there and start working and as per your avatar there, matt. why the long face, right, dave? oh alright. no rain until maybe early october is the way it's looking. so get out there and stack that firewood. speaking of cool owes woodside 47 not too far. relatively speaking from la honda, boulder creek, 47, menlo park, 49. lafayette, 49. mill valley, 49. santa clara, also at 49 degrees , but everything is moving towards a warmer pattern. it starts today, more so into friday, and then the weekend nothing compared to what we had two weeks ago. nothing like that . but it will still get in the mid nineties for some well inland. today it's 60 seventies and eighties a little bit of patchy fog out there. not much otherwise clear, lowest forties and fifties. but today will be nice, nice, very nice and a little bit warmer. santa rosa conquered palo alto and san jose up up up seventies yesterday. it's low to mid eighties. today
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80 to 84, 80 and 80. 49 now sonoma county airport, 49, also as well as petaluma. palo alto airports close at 50, sunnyvale , 50 to san carlos 51 lot. authorities are showing up. there's the 49 in lafayette, alamo, walnut creek, clayton danville are right in the mix there. that's probably about where they're going to be in the mid fifties. for others, dublin's at 53, the low has gone. it's up into idaho right now, the highest building in so the rain ends for now. interesting that will go warmer into the weekend and then probably have a transition next week to back to normal pattern warming begins. the next hint of rain would be early october. 1st or second. all three of the main forecast models shall lower pressure either approaching the west coast or over it. sixties seventies eighties on the temps more in the way of eighties and nineties. taking us into the weekend still pretty mild to warm or hot on money than cooler earlier next week. thank you, steve. well, mcdonald's faces multibillion dollar discrimination lawsuit, but it's not coming from its workers
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after a deadly week out on the streets, but tell you how members of the oakland islamic center are remembering to victims of a drive by shooting, plus thousands of people in puerto rico still without power this morning after being devastated by a hurricane, we are taking a deeper look at the flood damage is hurricane fiona is now heading towards bermuda. from two news this morning's onto well good morning
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to you and welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark rasmus. today is thursday, september 22nd and just a few hours away from it officially being false, so steve paulson as it's covered with the look at the forecast tonight, 603603 tonight so last day of summer here tomorrow will be dealing with warmer temps in the beginning of false so put on this last day of summer list. the last week was pretty active are low, though that gave us the rain, the clouds and the cooler temps is out of the picture and high pressure will start to build in here. some patchy fog out there. there's a few pockets of it. not a lot. it'll be warmer today, but so pretty nice and close to seasonal averages lows, though. forties and fifties, a lot of forties showing up this morning and highest today seventies and eighties. alright sounds here. it was the east bay last time. this time it was we will begin with me centering myself properly for the camera. that's how we'll begin. you know, sometimes i said, uh, but yes, steve to be more serious. we're beginning with the bridges because they're getting a lot
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more crowded. that includes that richmond bridge but let's start with that richmond bridge. if you're heading over to marin county, better commute, and i think it's correlated with dry were more crashes. there were more incidents. today it seems like a kind of a typical slow commute in the usual spots, which i think the drivers who drive all the time will be okay with you yesterday was kind of a bad one. for example, on the same mateo bridge, quick look at the silicon valley finds a lot of migration from east to west on the way to sunnyvale, cupertino and palo alto. 7 31. let's get back to the headlines south. thank you. members of the oakland islamic center are mourning the deaths of two men killed this week in a drive by shooting. the men were shot while at the saline. cafe after attending evening prayer services. both men were well liked in their community, and, among other things, they collected food from neighborhood stores and delivered them to
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people in need. flowers have been placed at the site where they were killed. always a big smile, always talk, smiling, making other people comfortable around, and it always was concerned about other people, not only the muslim community people outside of the muslim community. people that need help. police have not released any information about the suspects or a motive in the attack. tomorrow there will be another community ceasefire night walk in that oakland pill hill neighborhood where that shooting happened. we don't predict violence and all we can do is try to prevent the next incident from turning into another form of violence. police are also investigating a shooting that happened monday night in which one woman died. there was also a double shooting outside oakland city hall and another person was killed in that violence as well, authorities said. crime rates dropped during community events like the one they're planning to have tomorrow night. all right, ali time 7 32 the number of students who are bringing guns to school campuses. it's going
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up information shows most incidents where guns are brought to school. do not lead to match shootings. however, officials say smaller altar occasions or escalated when gonza involved and that is causing a big debate. it shouldn't be. that we should be this worried about violence at this level. an educational setting, but we have to be violence. it's up in our communities and schools are a microcosm of the community. just last month, a middle school student in east oakland accidentally shot a classmate. the wounded 13 year old boy was treated at a hospital while the 12 year old student was taken into custody. president biden approved a major disaster declaration for puerto rico after hurricane fiona devastated the island. the declaration will for victims of that storm.l help hundreds or running
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water. satellite images show the full extent of that flooding damage. the images show before and after pictures of the damage in several towns in puerto rico. you can see multiple roads and bridges damaged or washed away. several towns still inundated with those floodwaters. fiona is now bearing down on bermuda as a category four hurricane. at least eight people have died in the caribbean as a result of that storm. one person has died in another in another serious earthquake that struck mexico, the second quake to happen in just three days. the 6.8 magnitude quake was centered in michoacan and happened at midnight. the tremor caused buildings to sway in mexico city , which is more than 350 miles away. mexico city's mayor says one woman died after falling down stairs during that quake. there are no reports of any major damage. on monday, two people died in a magnitude 7.6 quake that was centered in colima. all right, ali time 7 34 as soon as next week. the next item is one rocket launch attempt to go to the moon could
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take place and that's a tweeted the critical fueling tests yesterday was a success. after a few of you reach. your item is one moon rocket is on track for a tuesday liftoff date. if that launch happens, we canceled the backup date would be sundered. the unmanned rocket will bore bit around the moon before it comes back here. the early earth. the goal is to test the ability of the rocket to withstand very high temperatures and radiation before humans could join any future flights to the moon and eventually to mars. that while artemis was being tested in florida, there was a launch another launch of a soy use capital capsule from kazakhstan and lift off there they are sunset start to the mission of rubio took off. they arrived safely at the international space station yesterday, and they're settling in in exchange for a nasa astronaut frank rubio, taking a seat avoid sawyer's russian
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cosmonaut will hitch a ride to the space station from kennedy space. center early next month. last time of russian cosmonaut launched from florida was 20 years ago. now this, by the way, is rubio's first space flight by the way he grew up in los angeles. his parents are from el salvador. he spent his early childhood. they're making him the first astronaut with close ties to that country. he's also a surgeon and a graduate of west point with a degree in international relations. it's okay. congratulations it's always good to see latinos in positions like that. going to space salary. no you are of salvadoran heritage as well. i was going to say, ali, you see that? my people are in space. icu yeah. all right. i love that . so that was a great story to put you for me. i'm very proud of that man and all salvadorans. let's go out and take a look at what we have now with the morning commute because we do have, uh, commute. that's better
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than it was yesterday and the day before, and that's because of the wet weather whenever there's whether we have a lot more incidents today, it's dry and it's i don't think it's a coincidence that things have been much better on the commute. sure, there have been slowdowns. but there have been routine slowdowns. there've been a couple of crashes. but this commute in the silicon valley, for example, always looks this way at this hour, just from east to west in the valley going from eastern part of san jose, this way towards sunnyvale, cupertino , the migration has begun. it's pretty slow. it does get better. usually after 9 30 if you're trying to time it. here's a live picture of what we're talking about. there's 2 80 on the right right near burton avenue, and you can see it's very congested and here it goes. caltrain you see how i time that to steve and i are railroad enthusiasts. so steve, i did that just for you. there goes caltrain that's trained. getting up to deer down station here coming up north. so that's a model. we run it right
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over here in this. i had a you know what? when i was a kid, i capricorn one train and my dad got me one h o scale. how about that? nice all right. thank you, sir. ah our rain from september boy. give it credit. it did its job here side of the picture. i pressure will nose in, but we have some cool laws, but temperatures will bump up. it will not be as hot as we had a couple of weeks ago, i repeated. why not? but we'll still get some mid nineties inland, depending on which forecast model verifies. there's some that are a little more, maybe a little more bullish. others kind of hold it in a range around 92 to 94. warmer inland temps now yesterday conquered was a beautiful 78 today, the forecast i is 84. these are the forecast highs going into friday saturday sunday, they could easily be made maybe 96 97, or they might hold in this area, but well, he's into it, but it does look like the temperatures will bump into the mid nineties. however before we get there, we have some pretty cool loans this morning. woodside and boulder creek are both 47 menlo park. lafayette no valley in santa clara, all at 49. there are many
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49ers. petaluma is in there. santa roses in there as well. patchy fog. not much a little bit out there 60 seventies anywhere near the water. it'll be warmer inland with some low to mid eighties. we're starting off and there's 49, petaluma and santa rosa san carlos 50 to palo alto 51. sunnyvale 50 to 1 a creek one observation 53 all the way. i didn't see a 49. not far away looking on the peninsula, menlo park, stanford, atherton, woodside all in the forties. san carlos 52 los altos 52, the lowest up into idaho now, so it's not our concern anymore. so rain ends for now. ones are next rain maybe early october, maybe early october. but warming begins today and will take us at least into probably sunday before we start to ease up a little bit. patchy fog sixties seventies and eighties tomorrow will be pushing operators to maybe near 90 more soul over the weekend and back to the eighties and nineties low as we head to monday tuesday. sell or excuse me, steve. thank you. farmers in egypt are creating what many are calling the farm of the future.
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these farmers have figured out a way to grow more using less water, land and energy while also using state of the art technology to grow crops at a lower cost. the new efforts give optimism about the future of farming in spite of climate change. cocoa people product called coco peat, which is grinded coconut pith to grow our crops in an environment free from disease, rot bacteria or any other harmful elements from the soil. it is very environmentally friendly. it consumes around 20 liters of water weekly, and it is operated by solar panels installed on top of the container. the farm also uses special lights and shelving to grow crops vertically. farm owners say the technology helps them keep costs down by growing 10 to 15 times more crops with a smaller number of land and fewer workers. alright ali time 7 40 lawyers for elizabeth holmes, the founder of theranos want her to be granted a new trial after she was convicted of fraud. i'll tell you why prosecutors are
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blocking her legal attempts after the break. and the fed is raising its key interest rate by three quarters of a percent coming up at nine. we're talking live with an expert on how that could change our shopping and spending habits and whether the u. s may be headed towards rece ion. s y prop 27 sends 90% of profits from online sports betting to out-of-state corporations in places like new york and boston. no wonder it's so popular... out there. yeah! i can't believe those idiots are going to fall for this. 90%! hey mark, did you know california is sending us all their money? suckers. -those idiots!
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in 43. prosecutors are trying to block convicted theranos founder elizabeth holmes from getting a new trial. the prosecutors accuse homes lawyers trying to delay her sentencing is still scheduled for october. 17 defense lawyers argued earlier this month she should get a new trial based on new evidence that they say could overturn her conviction. her lawyers claim one of the key witnesses in the trial, visited her home this summer. elizabeth holmes faces up to 20. years in prison after being convicted of fraud back in january. same as a city officials hope a new google transit village will help bring a big boost to downtown during a press conference, the city's dire tax revenue is down 38% in downtown san jose, compared to pre pandemic levels outside of downtown sales are back to normal. city officials state. google's downtown plan would add millions of square feet of office space. along with
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4000 new homes, major construction could get underway as soon as 2024 times 7 44 california senator alex padilla announced new funding for small businesses. it's that's aside more than $1 billion for california small business credit initiative, and it comes from the white house american rescue plan. the funding announcement, no doubt give thousands of california's the chance to achieve their american dream. senator padilla says the billion dollars in federal money will help support more entrepreneurship for underserved communities. it is 7 45, a well known entertainer and businessman is suing mcdonalds in a racial discrimination lawsuit and the highest grossing film in cinematic history is back. so is pim cook with the details in today's dollars and cents. yes, we're talking about avatar. james cameron's avatar is going to be back in the theaters now that the long
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awaited sequel is now three months. away avatar was the highest grossing film in cinematic history. the sequel avatar, the way of the water is set to attract a new younger fan base. the rerelease is estimated to bring in seven million to $12 million. a silicon valley company rang the opening bell this morning and for his technologies is a pioneer in the production of some of the components used in the lithium ion batteries. they are celebrating their recent listing on the new york stock exchange, as we take you live now to the new york stock exchange, and the big board the dow jones down just a little bit after the big drop on the interest rate hike down about a quarter of a percent this morning, the s and p 500 down three quarters of a percent. the nasdaq, though slipping the most one false for percentage. 0.133 points there for the now stack. that's because some of the tech companies have some disappointing news. meta has been ordered to pay more than $174 million for violating livestream patents. patents were
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developed by co founder tom cat is a u. s army veteran looking to solve battlefield communication issues after his unit was ambushed in 2003. cata said he brought the issue up during a meeting with facebook live managers in 2016, but they declined to enter into an agreement regarding their continued use of the technology entertainer producer and businessman byron allen is suing mcdonalds in a racial discrimination lawsuit. now allen, who also heads amg, entertainment studios and weather group, is suing mcdonalds for $10 billion, he says mcdonald's will not advertise with black owned media outlets, the suit claims donald's has given less than $5 million. of a $1.6 billion annual advertising budget to black owned media. mcdonald's attorneys say allen's claims are without merit, a new survey found student debt continues to take a toll on many americans. mental health southern california based education program l. vtr found. 54% of
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those surveyed said that their anxiety is linked to student debt. some said that they experience depression, panic attacks and insomnia because of it. hopefully a lot of those people are going going to get some of that relief money. pam cook that will get your dollars and cents. thank you time. 7 48 , a federal appeals court lifted a hold that was placed on the justice department's ability to use classified records seized from the florida a state of former president trump and its criminal investigation. that ruling clears the way for investigators to keep examining those documents. as they determine whether to file criminal charges over the storage of classified government records at the trump estate. also the court pointed out that former president trump presented no evidence that he had declassified those sensitive documents. new york's attorney general, is suing donald trump anduses trump of falsely padding his net worth by
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billions of dollars. the suit claims he misled banks and other investors about the value of his assets. donald trump jr. ivanka trump and eric trump are also named in the civil lawsuit, which would prevent them from running a business in new york ever again. this investigation revealed that donald trump engaged in years of illegal conduct to inflate his net worth. to achieve to deceive banks. and the people of the great state of new york. claiming you have money that you do not have. does not amount to the art of the deal. it's the art of the steal. and there cannot be different rules for different people in this country or in the state. and former presidents are no different. the attorney general also says she has referred findings to federal prosecutors. an attorney for the former president says the lawsuit is quote neither focused on the facts nor the law. alright i like time is 7 49 do
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you know south castaneda is back ? he knows everything happening on the road. traffic congestion you mentioned. you've noticed it picking up in recent weeks south it sure has, i would say in august it started with the fall pattern and where we've stuck in it for a bit. it's not as robust as it was and early august, but it's still slow. today is a better day than yesterday. let's go to highway four and 6 80. we haven't had a lot of crashes but a lot of slowing there on 6 80 you can see on 80 between hercules and berkeley. most of it is slow and kind of a lengthy delay here at the richmond bridge, you can see for yourself how slow it is here before you make it on. into the span. and it's gonna stay that way. so just give yourself plenty of time. i have a live picture of that same area there and you can see it is slow. now, if you're driving to the babe razors, also a slowdown there that's backed up all the way out to the maze. this is pretty much the heart of the morning commute. 8 80 is beginning to slow past the coliseum and so is 5 80 as you
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make your way into oakland out of san leandro and the south day we've been kind of focusing on that. look at 2 80 here. look at all the slow traffic. this is where our camera is right about there. and there it is. you can see it slow getting up into the highway 17 corridor 7 50. let's bring steve back in here with today's weather. thank you, sir . this is it for summer, officially meteorological fall started september 1st. but tonight 603 the autumnal equinox or kick in so leanne varney in san francisco. so long, sweet summer. happy follow y'all? yeah. happened for y'all. we are almost there. tomorrow we will start a warmer pattern. today's kind of that day where you get into the near normal temps after a cooler pattern with that low we had in the ring, but we'll have a warm to hot weekend temperatures inland temps far enough inland could be submitted maybe a few upper nineties but most locations being the eighties to low nineties here, cool this morning. i'll say woodside 47, boulder creek 47.
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menlo park, lafayette mill valley, santa clara, all 49, petaluma, mangrove and santa rosa. all in there at 49 as well . speaking of santa rosa 77 yesterday 82 today congregating for palo alto, 80 and san jose, also downtown to 80 degrees, there's the 49, petaluma and santa rosa sonoma county airport. lower leg 51 napa airport, 50 to 51 palo alto airport, sunnyvale down at 52. so a lot of fifties here, boulder creek and felton and scotts valley all in the forties . there 47 48 49. santa clara was now they're 50 degrees and aptos down to 52, along with san martin in south san jose. so if you send me i feel cool out there as well. it is. it is. below that we had since the weekend and into yesterday is now up into idaho. the high in the four corners will build in so rain ends for now. when's our next rain? steve maybe early october, maybe early october. warming begins today that will take us into at least the weekend 60 seventies eighties
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low to mid tomorrow operators, maybe near 90, and it looks like for sure. on the weekends from mid nineties for some, well inland starts to ease up the early next week, david alright, steve. thank you times 7 53 dream force in full force in san francisco the big boost it's giving to san francisco businesses and he boldly went where no kayaker successfully has gone before batman the big trip area man just completed
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tom the wife of supreme court justice clarence thomas, agreed to be interviewed by the house january 6th committee, the attorney for mrs thomas, who's a conservative activists, so she wants to quote clear up any misconceptions about her work relating to the 2020 election. the committee investigating the riot at the us capitol has said it wanted to interview her after it was revealed she contacted members of the trump administration to tell them to challenge joe biden is present. henschel victory. next week. that panel will hold its next and probably last hearing and the house has passed to build overhaul election laws. the bill would establish that the vice president has no authority to reject any electors. it also would raise the threshold for
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lawmakers to object to a state's electoral vote results, and it would also make it harder for state or local officials to try to delay certifying the election results. some political analysts all this bill very necessary because of the many republican politicians who have denied the results of the 2020 election. this is an ongoing threat to democracy to norms to institutions that we're watching unfold in real time. i think it's not a bad idea to batten down some of these hatches. the us senate has a different version of that bill, the analysts say. it seems likely the two chambers can reconcile their version so it can be passed. actor matthew mcconaughey says he would consider a possible run for president now the actor and native of texas spoke about his political activism at the dream force conference yesterday in san francisco when he was asked about possibly running mcconnell , he said it could be inevitable , but he didn't specify when he
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would think about doing it. in the past, he teased the idea of running for governor of texas, but he hasn't done that so far. back here at home. scientists say a creek in santa rosa is flowing again because of recent earthquake activity in that area . students from a nearby school enjoy playing in mark west creek , and they're learning a science lesson. the last week, several magnitude four plus earthquakes rocks at arosa. before the earthquakes, which hit last wednesday that creek was almost dry, but thursday it was flowing. you can see now it's just flowing so much better and cleaner and clearer and it's great. it's so much fun for the kids. what we think happens. is that the earthquake? um because it's shaking the near surface materials, it's just making them a little bit looser and more permeable and the groundwater is a little more easily able to
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flow out of the ground. while it did rain in that area over the weekend, the rise in the water level there came days before the ring. a area kayaker who spent 92 days crossing the pacific ocean finally reached hawaii. ktvu talked to cyril eramo of marin county. he completed that incredible journey tuesday afternoon and explained why people could relate to his journey. i was so glad i could share the whole journey on on social media and on my website and having people that connected with not only their just tanking side side of the story or even jed venture side. it's more than human, um, spiritual journey that i was in a remote became the first kayaker to ever make that solo trip from the bay area to hawaii. good morning that there's been more violence in oakland shooting on the freeway . one person that two crime scenes this morning the search for the shooter, and it's the
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final day of dream force, bringing a big business for downtown san francisco. we're live with the impact. from ktvu . fox two news this morning's onto coming up on eight o'clock. welcome to mornings onto i'm andre seen today is thursday, september 22nd. we can see sunshine and blue skies here behind us and the oakland estuary. steve paulson has a look at our forecast. what we can expect today. little warmer today after you know, a couple of days. there are a lot of cloud cover you too, and rain and thunderstorms, mainly the rain was on sunday. then it was hit and miss for a couple of days, but that system is lifted northward and idaho left behind. just a little bit of patchy fog. little cool, though. this morning a lot of forties fifties on the temps low fifties, but it will be warmer to be nice, only patchy fog and temperatures pretty close to where they should be for this time of year, which is equals seventies and load a few mid eighties. alright over to sound now, eight o'clock in the morning, a bridge a freeway both what? how about our friends? steve and the silicon valley? how about that? usually
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by this time it picks up. it sure is, and that's what that's what you're seeing on that silicon valley commute if you're driving in, let's say from east part of san jose getting up to cupertino and sunnyvale, and i realized look, not everyone on the road is going to a tech campus. but since the tech campuses have had more people showing up in person, it really is affecting everyone in the valley. and you can see for yourself now to 80 is slow. it's getting a little bit better, and it should get better as we approach nine o'clock, but we still have about an hour to go there. the bay bridge also has been very, very crowded. today is the last day of dream force, and maybe tomorrow we'll see some improvement. but howard street is closed between 3rd and 4th. and that has put pressure on all of san francisco's drivers. it's 801. let's go back to the headlines. so thank you knew this morning. three people in concord are out of a home by burned out of a home rather buy an overnight fire. it happened on orange street, a cold, a sack of monument boulevard. it started just after two o'clock. it took about an hour to get it
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under control. one person had minor injuries. the red cross is helping the people who were displaced. also new this morning . an investigation is underway in oakland into a deadly shooting that started on the freeway. police found a man shot dead inside an suv near the fruitvale industrial center around 11 o'clock last night. you're watching video of the incident posted on the citizen app. shell casings were later found on westbound interstate 5 80, east of seminary. welcome please tell us the incidents are related, and that the chp is investigating since they believe that shooting began. on interstate 5 80. we're keeping track of freeway shootings around the bay area on our website. you can see the interactive map tracking some of those cases going back to last year. it's on our website at ktvu .com in the wake of a string of deadly shootings in the bay area, state leaders say they are trying to do more to prevent gun violence and better respond to shootings. attorney general rob bonta announced a new state office of gun violence prevention. he says the office will go beyond prosecuting crimes and do more to try and
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stop the violence before it happens. families who've whose loved ones have been shot and killed, say they are hoping the group will make a change. this epidemic has. paralyzed all of us. it has gotten out of control and is out of hand. this moment this crisis deserves all of us working together getting out of our silos, reaching out to one another partnering on behalf of our communities. attorney general bonta says he wants to get guns out of the hands of dangerous people. a nationwide search is now under way to recruit the offices. first director in an hour after that news conference, san francisco police were investigating another shooting. there were reports of several shots fired near the bayview opera house just afternoon, and police found two people shot and they were rushed to the hospital. we're waiting to hear about their condition of any arrests were made in this case, we'll let you know. the federal reserve board is raising its key interest rate by three quarters of a percent. the short term right now stands at three and a quarter percent, and it's the highest rate since
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the 2008 housing market crash. fed chair jerome powell says the rate hike is needed to bring down inflation, and it could have an effect on the labor market, too. if there are layoffs? yes it'll raise the unemployment rate up to maybe 4% but there's still 11 more 11 million more jobs that have to be filled. so it'll be kind of a push. they don't want to destroy the employment numbers because they do want to keep people working, but they have to have some people laid off in order to stop and slow spending down. the housing market is already seeing some of the effects of higher interest rates. many homes for sale are now staying on the market longer and prices have stabilized. we now know when we can start expecting to get those inflation stimulus checks from the state of california. the first round of inflation relief payments will be released on october 7th now to get the payments, which can range from $200 to $1000. you have to have filed your taxes in 2020. you also need to make less than $250,000 a year. most people will get direct deposits from the state franchise tax board, while some may instead have a
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debit card mailed to them. time now is 805 happening. today it is day three of dream force one of san francisco's largest conventions. ktvu cemented. kitana is in san francisco with how the sales sport event event rather is helping the city amanda yes. well, this is the first time we've seen the conference back in full force in two years. and this is really the first big conference that we've seen in san francisco since the start of the pandemic. today is the last day we're starting to see people trickle in right now. you can see they just opened up that national park that they built here. this is the world's largest software conference bringing 40,000 people to the city, giving hotels and restaurants a much needed boost. the event is filled with more than 1000. actions and workshops. and dozens of speakers to inspire, including celebrities and activists like magic johnson, simone biles, bono and matthew mcconaughey. all of the attendees have been flooding the
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streets of san francisco, and it's a welcome sight. you can spot them with their lanyards on and they're spending a lot of money at places that really struggled the last two years. we don't typically open all three floors, and we've had all three floors rocking for the last couple of days. that john school it's been unbelievable. this helps immensely. it helps the staff that helps everybody helps. the entire city really is refreshing to have a hotel that is open and thriving. you know, we were close for 14 months during the pandemic were sold out. yeah, for the whole week. city leaders are touting the event as a sign that san francisco is back open for business. the whole conference is expected to generate some 40 million in visitor dollars for the city. and this is in addition to the grants that sells force recently announced in support of schools across the country, including here in san francisco and oakland. last night, there was a big concert at oracle with the red hot chili
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peppers. that concert was the big celebration of the event. called dream fest, and that was benefiting ucsf benioff children's hospitals now although the last event of the day starts at five here today, you could still see a lot of attendees walking around san francisco. they might stay the night tonight, and some even plan to stay for the weekend to just stay here in san francisco and enjoy the city live in san francisco. amanda keen ktvu fax tunis amanda. thank you. pediatricians at ucsf benioff children's hospital in oakland have voted to authorize a strike . some of the key complaints include staffing and wages have been working without a deal since the end of july. the vote doesn't mean a strike will definitely happen. but 98% of union members voted to approve one a spokesperson from ucsf benioff children's hospital. oakland released a statement in response reading in part quote, we continue to bargain in good faith, as evidenced by the 20 negotiating sessions we've had with the union and the fact that
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they have formally withdrawn their unfair labor practice complaint and quote. nato eight now 49ers confirming that quarterback trey lance is out for the rest of the season. lance broke his ankle in sunday's game against the seahawks. he had surgery monday , and coach kyle shanahan said jimmy garoppolo is a starting quarterback for the rest of the season, and he has improved after offseason shoulder surgery. he was the same as he's been the last two weeks, um and has been since he's been here, so he just got back and getting all the reps. we've done walkthrough so far, so that's really only thing has changed. 49ers next game, and jimmy garoppolo is first start of the season sunday night against the denver broncos and their quarterback russell wilson. san jose sharks begin training camp this morning, the team underwent a major overhaul after failing to make the playoffs of the past three seasons. former player mike rear, is not the general manager. he then hired david queen as head coach. training camp is at sharks ice on south 10th street practice run through
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his next friday and are open to the public. the first preseason game is this sunday against the los angeles kings. time now is 88 and this morning's commute has been better than yesterday. that's for sure. yesterday we had that wet weather today it is dry and we've been seeing the effect. the positive effect of that we've had slowdowns. of course, that's not unusual, but we also do have better conditions when it comes to crashes. and stalled vehicles. 8 80 is a little slow driving past the coliseum and stays await that that that way to downtown open. really the busiest committee right now is the silicon valley commute to 80 northbound is slow. we also have some slowing on one. oh, one all getting up to sunnyvale and cupertino. let me bring in how we wanna one here that's getting a little better as you drive towards the airport. but just remember that this is the toughest hour in the silicon valley commute. it's 809. let's get back to the desk. thank you . while millions of americans wait for the historic artemis
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one rocket mission to launch another mission took place. the soyuz mission marks a first for one nesa astronaut but first from one homeless encampment to another problem that city leaders in san jose say they are facing right now in dealing with homelessness. welcome to subway's biggest refresh yet. they're drafting 12 new subs for their all-new subway series menu. you've never seen subs like this before chuck. meteoric meatiness, and chowtown cheesiness... let's go to our panel for more appetizing analysis. the new monster's bacon has consummate craveable crispiness! the new boss is a perfect ten. (♪ ♪) wait, what are we talking about? gronk! thank you for... nothing. (laughs) the new subway series. what's your pick? california, mountains, oceans, natural wonders,
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diverse and creative people. but when the out-of-state corporations behind prop 27 look at california, they see nothing but suckers. they wrote prop 27 to give themselves 90% of the profits from online sports betting in california. other states get much more. why is prop 27 such a suckers deal for california? because the corporations didn't write it for us. they wrote it for themselves.
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in the sierra jumped 11% overnight. the fire is now 60% contained, even though it's burned about 76,000 acres. all evacuation orders were lifted in plaster county. the only evacuation warning now is in the community of stumpy meadows in el dorado county, the red cross shelter at sierra college closes today tomorrow, a temporary animal shelter at the gold country fairgrounds in auburn. will also close. 8 13. now this week's rain, giving firefighters better handle on the mosquito fire, but regional water managers are preparing for problems caused by the weather. the plaster county water agency had been worried that the fire would damage critical infrastructure around oxbow reservoir managers are now focused on keeping ash and other fire debris from entering water system that serves a quarter million people. and we have to take significant extra steps in the treatment of that water to
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make sure it's safe for all of our customers to drink. flames burned several river watersheds , which increases the risks for sediment to clog intakes and spillways. the water agency faced a similar issue with wildfire back in 2014 and managers say they're still dealing with sediment deposits eight years later. san francisco mayor london breed does not support a proposition on the november ballot that would create a commission to oversee the city's homelessness. department spokesperson for the mayor says that tells the chronicle that the mayor is worried that that proposition wouldn't improve efficiency and would just create more bureaucracy. breed spokesperson says the city's homeless population has also decreased over the past three years. supporters of proposition si se . more oversight is needed of the homeless department since its budget has more than doubled over the last five years. but there are more people living on the streets in san francisco today, compared to 2017. homeless encampments. san jose is causing new concerns this morning. it's at columbus park,
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not far from where there's another cabinet that was on property owned by mineta san jose international airport and was being cleared out by the city for weeks while this new encampment is close to the guadalupe community gardens easy gardener very bothered by and worried by it. but you know, has many recent incidents or anything, cause i think most people are just trying to get a good night, decent night's sleep and sleep where they can. cheryl imus says she's lived at the encampment by the airport in her rv for more than a year, but she hasn't had a permanent home for four years. she has been working with the city in hopes to permanently relocate soon. not everybody out here has mental issues. for one thing. um there are people on this street to go to work during the day. um there are there are nice people out here and then at the same time, it's unsafe. the faa gave san jose deadline until the end of this month to clear everyone out of the airports land. san jose leaders say they're on schedule for that, and there are also
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closely watching what's happening at the columbus park encampment as well. ktvu voices for change. we take a closer look at the gender and racial pay gaps faced by black women in the workplace. the idea behind black women's equal pay day is to take a look at just how long it takes for a black woman to make as much as a white man in that same rule. yesterday was the day of black women's total pay for 2021 2022 equals on average, what was earned by a white man. this issue of pay and equity experienced by african american women cuts across all industries and all job categories, and therefore it's a major concern that should be addressed and such a day brings attention to that. the date this year is more than a month later than it was for that same measurement in previous years, ramsey says. that shows that the pay gap is only getting worse. she says that it only emphasizes how much more diversity is needed in corporate offices. one of the things where decision makers are people of color as
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well as those who are caucasian males are there in a position to make a difference in to ensure when decisions are made about higher that those decisions are equitable. ramsey also says it's important to have people across a variety of races and genders with the authority to decide which workers get more training or travel because that directly affects opportunities now and in the future for more interviews and content like this head to our website, ktvu .com and search voices for change. 8 17. now we're seeing the first renderings of what a second translate to would add to the bay area. one concept shows a new bart station at san francisco's mission bay. both possible plans have new stations in alameda, downtown oakland and jack london square. both are also part of extending the salesforce transit center as well. 21 released these photos. it's currently working with state leaders to improve the bay area's rail network. time is 8 17. and if you happen to be taking bart this morning,
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sal castaneda is always a big supporter of that, especially when traffic in the bay bridge gets stacked up. you know, bart is so i make it a point to take bart and transit just because you know, i report on it. i feel as if i need to know about it, but also if you take bart into the city, you don't have to worry about those pecs. those uh, those parking fees those pesky parking fees that are going up up up up up. so you take bart. you get your clipper card is really easy. and today, i think it might be a good idea to use bart into san francisco. in fact, let me go right to the bay bridge. it has been crowded week in san francisco. because of dream force, and some of the streets are closed. some of the parking lots have been full. some of the parking lots have been more expensive than usual. so think about public transportation if you're healthy enough to walk, you know if you're lucky enough like me to be able to walk places is really is the best way to go. in my opinion. this is a look at north bong 8 80 past the coliseum. you
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can see that traffic is moving along very nicely. and in the valley again. we've seen a lot of slowing. this has become the trend. if you were to get on this very same freeway system at six o'clock, there'd be no one there. right now. it's 8 18, and it's packed. now let's bring steve paulson back in with today's weather. south castaneda . thank you, sir. yes sir. alright we're going to start down in arizona national weather service in phoenix. why there because they have a nice rainbow. they took down there that we had some rain. they had some rain as well. nws in phoenix. we saw cool rainbow this morning by our office today is going to be a good day. the last day of summer and look at all the moisture streaming in coming in from a baja. you can see his painting over phoenix and for weather geeks. the surface. dew point in phoenix today are in the low to mid seventies, which is almost unheard of. that is some of the highest dew point amount of moisture in the air. the entire monsoon season, so there's even some fog. you don't get that
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very often on the desert in september, but that's they have today are rain has gone thunderstorms at kicked out yesterday it's now up into idaho, leaving behind clear skies and cooler lows. woodside this morning 47, boulder creek, 47, menlo park, lafayette, mill valley and santa clara plus the cast of many all checked in around 49 degrees. that's pretty cool for this time of year, but all signs point towards the tea leaves, say the magic eight. ball says warm to hot coming in by the weekend now not as bad as it was a couple weeks ago, we'll still get some low to mid nineties. not today, though. 60 seventies and eighties sunny and nice, it will be warmer, really not so much by the coast. the warmer ocean temps have been keeping them in the mid upper sixties, and that's not changing fifties sixties on attempts now after forties and low fifties but the lowest out of the picture, the highest building in so rain ends for now is our next one, maybe early october. lot of the forecast models are showing significantly low pressure over the west coast early october, so
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maybe you know this will be in our favor, but until then, it will be more sunshine and warmer temps and begins today. with some eighties in then we'll bump those up to the upper eighties to near 90 tomorrow, more so over the weekend should start to ease off, though next week, you guys all right. thank you. steve mcdonald's faces a multi billion dollar discrimination lawsuit but that legal action is not coming from its workers will explain what the companies accused of doing when it comes to its advertising. and the way we grow food could look a lot different within the next decade will show you some of the new strategies for using less water and less pesticides while improving the size of the harvest.
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consider protecting four species of bees. and new technology could protect whales from being hit and killed by ships along the bay area coast, the marine mammal center and the benioff ocean science laboratory, working together to deploy wales safer technology based mapping and analysis system. it uses buoys and acoustic monitoring to spot whales and provide real time information to the captains of ships. researchers say the number of will desk caused by being hit by ships increased over the past decade. more than 80 endangered whales are killed off the west coast each year. scientists say creek in santa rosa is flowing again because of recent earthquakes in the area students from a nearby school and joined playing in mark west creek. they're also learning a science lesson. last week, a series of magnitude four plus earthquakes rocked santa rosa before the quakes, which hit last wednesday. the creek was almost dry, but by thursday it was flowing. well, it did rain in the area over the weekend.
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the rise in the water level came days before the rain farmers in egypt practicing what they're calling farming of the future. they're utilizing new technology and farming methods to grow crops using less water, land and energy. the practices, renewing optimism about providing enough food for people in the future in spite of climate change. product called coco peat, which is grinded coconut pith to grow our crops in an environment free from disease, rot bacteria or any other harmful elements from the soil. it is very environmentally friendly. it consumes around 20 liters of water weekly, and it is operated by solar panels installed on top of the container also uses special lights and shelving to grow crops vertically. former owners say that technology helps them keep costs down by growing 10 to 15 times more crops using less land and fewer workers. coming up. an alarming number of students are bringing guns to school. the big debate it's causing between school officials. plus the connection
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streets members of the oakland islamic center are remembering two people killed in a drive by shooting. plus thousands of people in puerto rico are still without power this morning after hurricane fiona devastated the island will show you some of the
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damage as that storm heads to bermuda. from ktvu. fox two news . this is mornings on to welcome back to morning sun to erasmus andre senior. it is coming up on 8 30 right down today is thursday, september 22nd the sun's out temperatures on the upswing. steve paulson here with more on the forecast for this thursday. steve that is correct . today is the day we start that process. after about what five days of seventies for most temperature sixties and seventies because we had that upper low the rain then a lot of cloud cover showers. thunderstorms well, that's long gone. that system has moved north. there was some patchy fog. i really can't find too much left anymore. it seems to be gone so warmer today, although these will be temperatures today. we've been a little bit below average inland, constant bay improve pretty close to where they should be this time of year. but everyone else will be warming up a little bit here, which equals seventies and low to a few memories. alright sounds here was the south bay last time. where are we going this time? well everywhere is slow now. this is kind of the heart of the commute. we're going to start off with the richmond bridge,
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which is getting a little better. steve heading over to marine county marine county has had some usual slowing between nevada and san rafael, which is not unusual. and here we have the bay bridge, which is still very thick. you know what it started to get even slower as 18 northbound and westbound 5 80 into oakland, but steve mentioned the south but it is really jam packed. this is a typical now for people heading into that west valley. 8 31. let's go back to the headlines. thank you. members of the oakland islamic center are mourning the deaths of two men killed this week in a drive by shooting. the men were shot while at the lay alina cafe near 31st and telegraph they had just attended evening prayer services at a mosque. nearby friends say both men were generous, kind and well respected in their community. community members placed flowers at the site where they were killed. always a big smile, always talk, smiling, making other people comfortable around, and it always was concerned about other people, not only the muslim community
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but people outside of the muslim community people that need help. police have not released any information about the shooter or shooters involved or whether there was a motive for the attack. tomorrow there will be another community ceasefire night walk in the oakland pill hill neighborhood where that shooting happened. we don't predict violence and all we can do is try to prevent the next incident from turning into another form of violence. police are also investigating a shooting that happened monday night which one woman died. there was also a double shooting outside oakland city hall where another person was killed. authorities say crime rates tend to drop during community events like the ceasefire they're planning on having tomorrow night. 8 32, now the number of students who are bringing guns to school campuses is going up and new information shows most incidents where guns are brought to school do not lead to mass shootings. however officials say smaller altercations are escalated when guns are involved, and that is causing a big debate. it shouldn't be.
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yeah we should be this worried about violence at this level. educational setting, but we have to be violence. it's up in our communities and schools are a microcosm of the community. last month, a middle school student in the east oakland accidentally shot a classmate. the wounded 13 year old boy was treated at a hospital while a 12 year old student was taken into custody. this woman in oakland is very angry, seeing her place to reduce the wildfire risk around her homework nord she spoke to katie bs cristina rendon about a fire this week that damaged her house used to be the living room. joanna roberts has fun memories of growing up in this cottage behind her current home. hard to see it now, after a fire burned at all. she had been running this one bedroom, one bath space to a young couple who just got engaged in august. there really hit worse than i am . i still have my home tens of thousands of dollars worth of
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clothes, furniture and musical equipment gone decent kids with nothing now. the cottage is one of five homes that back up to interstate 5 80 damage from a fire that started behind the chevron gas station at the corner of 35th avenue and quigley street last friday. i'm a little upset. we have been complaining to caltrans for 18 months about the brush and the dryness. other families also upset with the lack of maintenance live half a mile away near interstate 5 80 maple, where another fire happened tuesday evening. it's believed in arsonist gained access from the street below the freeway climbed up through the brush and set of four small fires using flares. firefighters quickly put those fires out. arson is very hard to prove or fortunate that we were able to have some signs of a road flare at each of these incidents, which is good battalion chief james barone says investigators are working with police and chp to try to track down pictures or video of
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anyone in the area at the time the fire started despite the location's being closed, he says this case is separate from friday's fire, which is still under investigation. i know a lot of people want answers, and we're trying to provide those answers for them, but we're really working. we don't want to put anything out. that's wrong, and we want to make sure we get it right the first time. i'm not going to rebuild. 74 years old. it doesn't make monetary sense to do so. robert's house was spared from a homeless encampment fire in this same area two years ago. her biggest issue now is whether she will stay in the neighborhood she's called home for 52 years. i was never going to leave. but that's fire has got me thinking about i believe this was the sign for it's time to move any information about those string of fires on tuesday evening, or any information about last friday's fire, you're asked to contact the oakland fire department count trends says they have put that broken fence underneath 5 80 on their list to be addressed by their maintenance crews immediately.
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cristina rendon ktvu, fox two news president biden approved a major disaster declaration for puerto rico after hurricane fiona devastated the island. the declaration will provide emergency financial help for victims of that storm. hundreds of thousands of people still have no power or running water. new satellite images show the full extent of the flooding damage the images show before and after pictures of the flooding. in several towns. you can see multiple roads and bridges damaged or completely washed away. several towns still inundated with those floodwaters. fiona is now bearing down on bermuda as a category four hurricane. at least eight people have died in the caribbean as a result of that storm. at least two people have died after another serious earthquake struck mexico the second quake to happen in just three days. 6.8 magnitude quake was centered in michoacan. happened around one a.m. this morning. the tremor caused buildings to sway in mexico city , which is more than 350 miles away. mexico city's mayor says one woman died after falling
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downstairs during that quake. and another man died from a heart attack. there's no reports of any major damage. on monday, two people died in a magnitude 7.6 quake in colima. at 8 37 as soon as next week. the next artemis one rocket launch attempt to go to the moon could take place nasa tweeted the critical fueling test on wednesday was a success. after a few recent setbacks, the artemus want moon rocket is on track for its tuesday liftoff date if that launches canceled the backup data sunday, the unmanned rocket will orbit the moon before going back to earth. the goal is to test the rockets ability to withstand high temperatures and radiation before humans joined future flags to the moon and eventually to mars. while artemus was being tested in florida, there was a launch of a soyuz capsule from kazakhstan. the crew arrived safely the international space station yesterday and in exchange for nasa astronaut frank rubio taking a yours so your seat, a russian cosmonaut will hitch a ride to the station. from kennedy space center early next month. the last time a russian
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cosmonaut launched from florida was 20 years ago. this is rubio's first displaced spaceflight. he was actually born in los angeles. the parents from salvador he spent his early childhood. they're making him the first astronaut with close ties to that country. he's also a surgeon and a west point graduate with a degree in international relations. time is 8 38. let's check in with steve paulson for a look at our weather. we're just a few hours away later today it will officially be the end of summer in transitioning default. that is correct. 603 tonight so today will be a nice day. tomorrow will be feel more like summer. maybe not so much like fallen first couple of days of autumn will be on the warmer side starts today. there goes our low we had since the weekend. meandered on monday. drop south on tuesday went through yesterday. now it's up into idaho. but for this time of year , it was quite impressive and leaving behind some pretty cool conditions here. woodside 47 honda did drop to 46 by the way , boulder creek 47. menlo park, lafayette mill valley, santa
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clara 49. santa rosa 49. petaluma boarding on pan grove 49. there were many lafayette 49ers. our tips are on their way up, though not as bad as it was a couple of weeks ago. not as bad as it was. it'll be in the seventies eighties to some mid nineties could be a few outliers that are a little warmer, so the inland forecast will ease into this, since we still have another day or two to kind of iron out the details yesterday. 78 in concord today, 84. tomorrow. 92 then mid nineties, saturday and sunday. after that, it does look like it starts to back off and cooler weather will start to filter back in, so this is not going to last very long as the way it's looking right now. sixties seventies eighties on your temps, it'll be nice. there's only a little bit of fog. i really can't find too much anymore. left santa rosa conquered palo alto san jose up we go from seventies yesterday, the 80 to 84, 80 and 80. today after lots of upper forties as you saw this morning 50 sixties on the temps. now we are running a little cooler, though compared to yesterday. at this time, we had clouds and rain or anywhere from about what? 2 to 6 degrees. san jose, seven degrees cooler,
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conquered livermore's or six and santa rosa and petaluma five degrees cooler than yesterday at this time 34 33 truck in south lake tahoe truck had some thick fog this morning. seventies on the desert yes, fifties and sixties. elsewhere the low kicks out the high builds in so the rain ends. for now, we'll get a break here, probably through the end of september. next hint of anything for us. rain wise would be early early october, but warming begins today. you'll think it will be more pronounced as we go into friday and then the weekend 60 seventies eighties today and then look for temperatures to warm up kind of level off on the weekend that start slowly decreasing early next week. you too. all right. thank you. steve for many businesses have struggled to handle the issues of inflation and supply chain problems. but coming up on the nine will examine the additional challenges many black owned business owners have faced going back to the early days of the pandemic. stay with us. but first lawyers for elizabeth holmes, the founder of theranos wants her to be granted a new trial after she was convicted of fraud. we'll tell you what prosecutors are blocking her legal attempts after the break.
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for holmes argued earlier this month she should receive a new trial based on new evidence that they say could overturn her conviction or attorneys claim. one of the key witnesses in the trial visited her home this summer. home spaces up to 20 years in prison after being convicted of fraud in january. san jose city leaders hope a new google transit village will help bring a big boost to downtown during a news conference to cities director of economic development says sales tax revenue is down 38% in downtown compared to pre pandemic levels outside of downtown sales are back to normal. city officials say google's downtown plan would add millions of square feet of office space, along with 4000 new homes. major construction could get underway as soon as 2024. california senator expedia announced a new round of funding for small businesses. the plan allocates more than $1 billion to california small business credit initiative. it all comes from the white house's american rescue plan. the funding announcement, no doubt give thousands of california's the
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chance to achieve their american dream. but he says he billion dollars in federal money will help support more entrepreneurship for underserved communities. alright disappointing news from some of the biggest names in silicon valley and disney is banking on an old favorite to revive numbers at the box office. pam cook joins us with a look at today's dollars and cents a lot of talk about avatar for people who haven't seen the movie. james cameron's avatar will be back in the theaters now that the long awaited sequel is now three months away, avatar was the highest grossing film in cinematic history. the sequel avatar, the way of water is set to attract a new younger fan base. the rerelease is estimated to bring in 7 to $12 million. a silicon valley company rang that opening bell this morning and prius technology is a pioneer in the production of some of the components used in lithium ion batteries. they're celebrating their recent listing on the new york stock exchange taking you live to the new york stock
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exchange and the numbers the numbers heading down a little bit more than they did in the last hour, with the dow jones now off almost a half of a percent, well, that a third of a percent now 117 points the s and p 500 down. down. more than three quarters of a percent and the nasdaq slipping one in the 3rd 11,065. that's because of some news from the tech companies will talk about in a second target plans to hire as many as 100,000 seasonal workers for the holiday season. that is the same number the company hired last year. target says starting wages are between 15 and $24 an hour it also says the holiday deals will start earlier than usual this year. walmart announced it will hire fewer holiday workers this year than in years past. the retailer plans to hire 40,000 seasonal and full time workers for the holidays. it's a big drop from the 150,000 people it hired for the same time last year. walmart says last year's hiring numbers were inflated because they needed to fill positions due to covid absences. facebook parent
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company, meta is looking to reduce costs by at least 10% in part through reducing its staff . the wall street journal reports. the cuts are blamed on stalling growth and increased competition. the menlo park based company has begun quietly nudging out a significant number of staffers by reorganizing departments affected employees are being given just 30 days to find another role at the company before being laid off. and the journal also reports google has required some employees to apply for new jobs if they want to stay at the company. last week, google told some employees at the company's startup incubator area, 1 20, that they would need to find other jobs that the company within three months. google typically gives employees two months to apply for other jobs in the company if their position is cut. pam cook, that's look at your dollars and cents. thank you. ukraine's president addressed the united nations general assembly in a recorded speech, laying out his plan for peace and calling for more sanctions on russia.
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sanctions against the aggressor are part of the peace, formal blocking the trade and relations. where the aggressor part of the peace, formal. president zelensky said the russian president putin's latest move to put more than 300,000 military reserve troops on alert shows russia is not serious about peace talks, and he called on the nation nations of the world to punish russia for starting the war. punishment for the murders of thousands of people. punishment for torches and humiliations of women and men. punishment for them. this trophic turbulence that russia provoked with its illegal war and not only for us ukrainians but for the whole world. u c. berkeley political science professor stephen fish says the call up of russian reservists shows putin is desperate he can call up these reservists about
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300,000, but they're going to be just as poorly trained or more poorly trained just as poorly equipped or more poorly equipped than the soldiers that he's already sent in 25,000 of whom have already died, and another 80,000 or so then wounded or not out of commission. so it's hard to see how this makes any difference on the ground. professor fish also says that it appears putin may find himself losing much of his power and influence at home and abroad because of his failures in ukraine. new york's attorney general, is suing donald trump and three of his children over their business practices. the lawsuit accuses trump of falsely padding his net worth by billions of dollars. the suit claims he misled banks and other investors about the value of his assets. donald trump jr. ivanka trump and eric trump are also named in the civil lawsuit, which, if successful would prevent them from ever running a business in new york again. this investigation revealed that donald trump engaged in years of illegal conduct to inflate his net worth. to achieve to deceive
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banks. and the people of the great state of new york. claiming you have money that you do not have. does not amount to the art of the deal. it's the art of the steal. and there cannot be different rules for different people in this country or in the state. and former presidents are no different. the attorney general also says she's referred the findings from her investigation to federal prosecutors. an attorney for the former president says the lawsuit is quote neither focused on the facts nor the law and fifties. your time right now, sal castaneda back now and you can see that it was touching to myself. hey can you guys give me a proper anchor? toss yes. south castaneda's here with a look. final check of the roads. i can't. i can't. i could have done it by myself. but i wanted to put andrei and only through that alley through that. all right, let's go out and take a
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look at the community. here. you can see traffic is busy. in all seriousness. it's been a tough week in san francisco because of dream forces. i think a lot of people are happy it's there but driving his been just a little tougher as they've closed howard street between 3rd and 4th that puts more traffic on folsom and on mission and some of the other streets there as well. so bart's the best way i would recommend taking part. if you are going into san francisco. this is a look at interstate 80. that looks pretty good in this outfit. commute is getting better, but it's still crowded. to eighties a little better now through downtown. i think it's not as bad as it was, let's say 45 minutes ago, but there's still plenty of slow traffic to be had. if you can win it out, it will be better after 9 38 51 . let's bring steve back in with today's weather. thank you, sal. get to it. here are low, which gave us a wide variety of weather decided to boot scoot out of the picture, and once it does, it accelerates. it's already up into idaho, leaving behind clear skies and a lot of forties for those this morning, but all signs point towards warm up here. it will be that bad.
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we'll get into some nineties inland, but seventies and eighties coast in bay here is the way it's looking today at 60 seventies and eighties, the in between day after yesterday seventies and then tomorrow operators today will be sixties seventies and eighties. it'll be nice. not much fog, most of its gone fifties on attempts for most sixties for some, we had a lot of upper forties, though this morning, so the low kicks out the high and the four corners will build in and that's going to send temperatures up here. 60 seventies eighties today, maybe a couple near 90 tomorrow more likely over the weekend. then it looks like it pulls back. you guys starting early next week. thank you, steve. is raising its key interest rate by three quarters of a percent coming up at nine. we're talking live with an expert to see what this means for our wallets, and if the country is headed into a recession and braving the pacific ocean in a kayak, the dangerous voyage one bay area man just successfully completed all on his own.
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they did covid booster shot made by moderna. you may have to consider an alternative moderna reports. there is a national shortage after it had to take one of its factories offline because of an fda inspection. the company isn't saying what the fda found in order to enact that closure, but moderna says it expects things to get fixed and quote the coming days. workers who lost their jobs after refusing to get vaccinated against covid-19 say they are still struggling to get back to work. john knox is one of those people he says he spent 22 years fighting fires in los angeles, but after he rejected the city's vaccine mandate, he was put on leave, he says. now he's gone nearly a year without a paycheck. we couldn't you know we can't uh, perform 911 duties via zoom. it just doesn't work. you know, it's hard to put out a fire that way. knox says he still doesn't know if he can find work even as many
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jurisdictions have now lifted their vaccine mandates. 8 56, now in the study found some children's school uniforms are harmful cancer causing chemicals . the study released this week found the substance and stain resistant school uniforms across the country. those chemicals have been associated with cancer and obesity and widely used in consumer and industrial products. all the stain resistant school uniforms that were tested contained high levels of fifa's similar to what one might found an outdoor clothing. and this is a big worry because one quarter of all u. s culture to children where uniforms both the best and the worst. it has good properties, oil and water repellent. see? but unfortunately ppe fast are forever chemicals. they never break down. the state assembly bill awaiting governor newsom signature would ban the use of fox and school uniforms and all textiles. until that happens, the experts say parents should avoid clothes that are labeled as stain resistant county is
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expanding its medicine program to cover all medications for diabetes care program provides eligible individuals and families in santa clara county with a monthly check to help pay for their prescriptions. the medicines program also covers other medications, including asthma inhalers and epipens, nearly 120,000 adults in santa clara county live with diabetes and about a third of them require insulin or other drugs to maintain their health has been ordered to pay box or more than $174 million for violating life street patents. patents were developed by co founder tom cady's u. s. army veteran looking to solve battlefield communication issues after his unit was ambushed in 2003.oughtp during a meeting with facebook live managers in 2016, but they declined to enter into an agreement regarding their continued use of the technology. entertainer producer and business and byron allen is suing mcdonalds in a racial discrimination lawsuit. allen who also heads amg, entertainment studios and weather group is suing mcdonalds pretend billion dollars, he says
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mcdonald's won't advertise with black owned media outlets. the suit claims mcdonald's has given less than $5 million of a $1.6 billion annual advertising budget to black owned media. mcdonald's attorneys say allen's claims are without merit. a new survey found student debt continues to take a toll on many americans mental health southern california based education program e. l v tr found that 54% of people surveyed say their anxiety is linked to their student debt. some say they experience depression, panic attacks and insomnia because of it. obey area kayaker who spent 92 days crossing the pacific finally reached hawaii. ktvu spoke with serial dirham o of marine county who completed the incredible journey tuesday afternoon. he explained why people could relate to his voyage. i was so glad i could share the whole journey on social media and on my website and having people that connected with not only their just tanking side side of the story or even jed venture side. it's more than human, um, spiritual journey
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that i was in. caramel became the second kayaker to ever make that solo trip from the bay area to hawaii. he tried it last year but had to be rescued because of rough waters. now he plans to relax a little bit in hawaii. call for change after a recent string of deadly shootings across the bay area, we're not going to accept words and prayers anymore. the most recent violence that happened overnight and what the state's attorney general is now pledging to do. also ahead from one homeless encampment to another. not everybody out here has mental issues. for one thing. um there are people on this street that go to work during the day. we're taking a look at the growing concerns in the south bank over a new encampment that's close to the one being shut down by city officials. plus one more day of large crowds descending on downtown san francisco for the final day of the dream force

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