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up games in the yard or the school yard or at the park or whatever, and everybody wanted to be somebody, everybody wanted to be willie mays. >> two former presidents and a sea of giants fans show out to honor willie mays. how one of the greatest to ever play baseball was remembered like a member of the family from ktvu, fox two news. >> this is mornings on two. >> good morning to you. welcome to mornings on two. >> i'm claudine wong and good morning i'm dave clark. tuesday morning, july 9th. what kind of weather did you bring in with you? >> you know, i really liked it. i was thinking that when i got into the car, i'm like, steve paulson, thank you very much. it was 59, according in my very high tech car. not really. not at all. but it was cool. and i liked it. >> that sounds about right. i know you're happier about it. yeah i was i you know, i know it's going to warm up, but i'll take you know, the cool nights any day of the week. and i see you pass the audition yesterday.

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welcome back. >> well, we'll see today. it's early. >> it's early, steve paulson, don't worry. dave and i will drag you. of course. don't worry about it. all right? we have a pretty good fog bank out there. most of it is north, but as you can barely start to see, it's starting to move in right now. nice tuesday though. good fog bank out there. maybe a little mist coast and bay. i had teeny bit on the way in. not much. sunny, breezy, nice to warm. after today they will start to warm up. today looks pretty good unless you're really far inland. all right james torres is here. it's about eastbound on the caldecott. >> yeah. looks like we're making a good amount of progress there. looks like of the three cars that were involved in those accidents, we might have gotten them all removed from the area. let's take you out there and show you what the maps are showing us. at one point, all lanes in both directions had to be shut down so they could clean up some of the mess here. that's not the case anymore, but you can see some of the backup that is still left over. that's if you're going say, places like oakland over to orinda, through the caldecott tunnel. there's a bunch of oil that spilled around that area too. so even when all of that does reopen and traffic

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starts flowing through, be mindful of that. be careful, because that could be very damaging and very slippery for anyone driving by. the rest of the east bay is kind of having a hard time here. it's slow on 80. we're seeing some slowdowns on 680 as well, keeping an eye on all things traffic here as it's starting to pick up as the morning goes on. your commute into san francisco, that's going to be a little slow, too, as we see the bay bridge starting to back up. 701 this time, let's go back to dave. >> all right, james, thank you. well, health officials in santa clara say thousands of people in the south bay may have been exposed to the measles. ktvu is amanda quintana is at san jose. mineta international airport. you have the details. good morning. amanda >> good morning. well, these exposures happened last week on july first and second. so usually if you're exposed to the measles, it can take up to a week or longer to experience those symptoms. so you might be feeling some now. or it could take up to three weeks. so these are things that you need to really look out for now. and in the next few weeks. health

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officials say that the measles is easy to contract because it's airborne. so it spreads when somebody speaks and somebody coughs or sneezes. symptoms include fever, coughing, runny nose, red eyes and a rash. if you think you were exposed, it's important to watch out for those symptoms. santa clara health officials announced yesterday that the out of state traveler with this highly contagious measles virus flew from san jose to chicago on july 2nd. they were on southwest flight 12804. that left around 7 a.m. now, the day before, they went to a starbucks on blossom hill road in los gatos. they were there from around 930 to 1130 in the morning. and then they also ate dinner at taqueria los pericos on water street in santa cruz. they were there from about 6 to 10 p.m. you're urged to call your doctor if you think that you were exposed, especially if you have a weakened immune system or you're pregnant or if a baby was exposed. those groups can develop more serious complications. passengers we

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spoke to were surprised to hear that someone would fly with the measles. but since covid, many people are taking steps to try to minimize risk of catching any virus they're trying to wash their hands frequently and even mask sanitize regularly. >> wash your hands. i don't really expect people to have measles on the plane, though, but i didn't know that was happening for us, we feel like we've taken the steps that we need to be protected, so there's a risk involved in all travel and all encounters with everyone in the public. >> the good news is that santa clara county has a high vaccination rate for the measles. most people get the mmr vaccine when they're children, and those who have been vaccinated have a low risk of getting the virus. health officials say that they are working with officials from the state and the cdc to try to identify the people that were exposed. that includes people that were on that southwest flight. they want to get in contact with them, see if they

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have any symptoms. but again, those symptoms from now for the next couple of weeks, those could set in live in san jose. amanda quintana ktvu, fox two news. >> all right. thank you amanda. well we continue to learn more about the deaths from this month's heat wave in north bay. family is mourning their loved one after he died swimming in the russian river. 28 year old nasoni tortuga junior was with friends at patterson point preserve last wednesday, swimming to beat the heat. his friends say he jumped in the water and never came out. >> crazy part. we was like yelling out at him when we seen him like swimming around in circles like, hey, you okay? he never really said anything back until he just disappeared under the water. >> i'm going to miss him. so much. he smile. >> the man's body was found two days later just down the river. he's one of at least four people who have drowned over the last week in northern california. rivers and lakes with high

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temperatures expected to return soon. law enforcement officials are reminding people to always have life jackets and to swim in groups to try to prevent another tragedy. >> our time now. 705 several homes in santa barbara county threatened by a wildfire, including the former estate of michael jackson. more than 26,000 acres have burned in the lake fire near lake zaca since it began on friday. evacuations were ordered in nearby communities. so far, only one building has been damaged, but cal fire says michael jackson's huge neverland ranch is in danger from the flames. the investigation continues into how that fire started and up in butte county, better news the thompson fire is now completely contained. it started last week near oroville. it burned more than 3700 acres and caused massive evacuations in the city of oroville. 26 buildings were destroyed, including homes. eight others were damaged. the cause of the thompson fire is still under investigation.

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>> firefighters in alameda county raced to put out a brush fire near livermore. it broke out just after 11:00 yesterday morning. it burned about 18 acres in del valle regional par, cal fire says. in two other cases, authorities arrested people for starting fires in sonoma and in lake county with a lawn mower and a weed whacker. >> you're doing that defensible space work, during a red flag warning in key to the day, you know, it becomes a case in point where that could be just irresponsible. >> cal fire says if you plan on doing mowing or weeding, do it when the temperatures are cooler and humidity is higher. >> our time now, 707 with the lights are starting to come back on for some of the millions of homes and businesses in texas that lost power when hurricane beryl slammed texas. the hurricane made landfall in houston in that area early yesterday morning as a category one storm. new numbers out show just a short while ago at least nine people have died and the

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search goes on for more possible storm victims. this morning. >> well, a number of landslides in southern california is creating a new beach on the coastline. rancho palos verdes has dealt with dangerous landslides for decades. geologists say the movement is now faster than ever before, and the force from the movement is transforming the coast, revealing a new shoreline that is nearly 200ft 50ft farther than it was before moving the shoreline more oceanward from where it used to be. >> the base of the landslide is ramping up in what used to be the surf zone city officials have a multimillion dollar plan in the works to slow the landslide, to try to make that area safer for visitors. >> san mateo county officials have temporarily scrapped an affordable housing plan for farm workers in half moon bay. the county withdrew its offer to purchase a 50 acre greenhouse site that sat near the coast. an analysis found. the property wasn't suitable for the county's needs, so it now plans to search

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for another property. there are two other projects in the works to build more than 100 units, many of which are going to be designated for farm workers. >> our time now. 7082 former us presidents joined thousands of fans at oracle park in san francisco, paying tribute to my hero, one of the greatest baseball players of all time and eyes of i rise. >> like the day i will rise up. >> what a great singer. the giants hosted a public celebration of life for willie mays, the incredible baseball legend who died last month, and it was very emotional. it included many former giants players, city leaders. former president bill clinton was there and he gave his memories of the time. the say, hey kid invited him to a ball game. >> willie and i had gotten to know each other, play golf, do all kinds of things, and he was going to sit with me through the

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game, which i had hoped would at least impress my daughter a little bit. she was so over being president thing, you know. and then it got rained out, the game got rained out. >> and former president barack obama shared his memories of willie mays. he had a videotaped message. he wasn't there. and another giants legend, barry bonds, the godson of willie may, honored willie mays, the man that many called the greatest giant of them all. >> i didn't know after all these years. turning 60 in july, what really was truly hitting me until now, forever memories. forever memories. and like i said about my father. thank you

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willie. thank you. >> very emotional. the family of willie mays received a flag, as you see here in honor of his military service during the korean war, which put his baseball career on hold for two seasons in the early 1950s. >> ten minutes into the 7:00 hour traffic certainly starting to build up this morning, let's take you down to the south bay and show you that silicon valley commute, because we are starting to see some slowdowns, not just around 101 northbound, but you can see reports of a fire just south of cupertino there on 85 lots going on there down in the south bay. so keep that in mind before you head out the door today. some slowdowns in the east bay as well. 880 getting kind of pummeled with a number of different small crashes here. usually small. they're just 1 or 2, but we've had a couple here building up one after another. you see the backup there on 880 and you get off of 880. head over to the san mateo bridge. for the most part, you're pretty clear there, but you see the congestion that is slowly starting to build up. heading into san francisco that's

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getting slowed down to. we are still watching that accident inside the caldecott tunnel. it seems like there's a good amount of progress being made. we'll give you an update on that in about six minutes. 711 let's go back to dave on the desk. >> all right james, thank you. well the hot weather could endanger your skin and not just because of sunburn. we'll tell you the other risk sending people to the hospital. plus kind of plan or action will you take to address these types of people who are violent and plaguing public transit, as well as our city streets? >> four of the five major candidates to become san francisco's next mayor face off in a debate. the issue that dominated the questions race

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for san francisco mayor, met on the debate stage once again for their latest showdown and ktvu is andre seniors in the studio now to tell us which issue dominated that debate? >> andre. well, dave. >> claudine, good morning to both of you this morning. ktvu is amber lee, the moderator of the third and possibly final debate in san francisco's hotly contested race for mayor. hundreds of people gathered at the county fair building in the sunset district to watch the showdown. they shared their views on a wide range of problems facing the city, including concerns over public safety. last night's debate followed the recent killing of a

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longtime hotel worker. she was allegedly pushed on a bart platform to her death by a homeless, mentally ill. repeat offender. >> what kind of plan or action will you take to address these types of people who are violent and plaguing public transit, as well as our city streets? >> i created the street crisis response team so that they can go out there and to work with these individuals, and so that we can hold them for 72 hours as we develop a plan for service and support. >> why is it that we have city funded nonprofit workers today handing out free packets of tin foil in the tenderloin to those suffering from drug addiction? that doesn't make any sense. we're allowing them to kill themselves. why are we doing that? we're also destroying our neighborhoods. >> attorney and former interim mayor mark farrell said the current mayor's approach to dealing with mental illness, homelessness and drug addiction is failing. the two other candidates say the city of san francisco is ready for new ideas and new leadership. >> we have been so far skewed

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towards harm reduction, which has its place and is important that we forgot that we need to do harm reduction to get people into treatment and get people into those beds. >> i'll tell you one thing. the board of supervisors, we led the effort to pass mental health sf this mayor has never fully funded it. it's sitting there unfunded. >> one of the candidates in the mayor's race sat out last night's debate. board of supervisors president aaron peskin said he felt he would not be treated fairly by the event organizers. as we mentioned, this could be the final debate of the 2024 race for mayor of san francisco, and we're posting last night's debate online. you can see it now. it's entirety. it's on fox local ktvu, dot com and our youtube page as well. claudine. >> all right. thank you, andre. well, governor newsom is back in california following a week long campaign trip for president biden. he gave his case for why president biden deserves four more years. newsom was also asked about the president

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staying in the race and whether or not he would like to take the lead as the democratic presidential candidate. if biden were to drop out. >> biden is our nominees, our president is not the presumptive nominee. he's going to be our nominee. and i look forward to voting for him and not just advocating for him. >> on november 5th, governor newsom went to several swing states over the weekend, including michigan, pennsylvania and new hampshire and the republican national convention kicks off in milwaukee next week. one big question still remains who will be donald trump's vice presidential candidate? names mentioned include governor doug burgum of north dakota and senators marco rubio, jd vance and tim scott. >> our time now 718. a hospital in nevada has seen a huge spike in recent weeks of people being treated for pavement burns during the first week of july, the hospital's burn center says almost every day patients were admitted with pavement burns. many of the patients say they were drinking alcohol and fell on the ground. others fell

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because of dehydration or seizures. and with it being so hot, doctors say walking barefoot on the pavement can also lead to burns. >> a lot of it i think, is connected to the fact that we are in the middle of a massive heat wave, talking about seconds to minutes, and the longer you're in contact with that hot surface, the deeper the burns are going to be. >> the doctors say the effects of a burn may take a couple of days to show up first, and second degree burns may not need a hospital trip, but third degree burns are worse. could require months of surgeries to heal. >> all right. time now is 719. time to talk about the roads. and certainly we've already had some issues on this tuesday morning. hi, james. >> hi. good morning. claudine and dave. we had a really nice start to the morning here. and then i said that we had a nice start to the morning and that certainly jinxed us up a little bit. going to take you over to the east bay, show you our maps here because we just have a lot

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of red and a lot of yellow that you need to pay attention to before you head out the door here. if you need to rush out the house, i would certainly suggest do that sooner. give yourself plenty of extra time, because we've got some slowdowns all over the place, especially if you need to head eastbound out of oakland and into places like orinda here, because the caldecott tunnel had a crash about an hour ago, and that's still causing some residual delays. we know there was some oil spilled on the ground here to chp says it's made a good amount of progress and cleaning most of it up here. it seems like the people who are involved in the crash, they've all gotten their cars out of the way. now it's just a matter of dealing with some of the delays after the fact. so once that's all cleared and done, i'll let you know about it. but go ahead and show you 880 here in oakland, because that's probably what's been pretty good for the most part of the morning here. but once you start going down 880 into places like hayward, san leandro, that's when it starts to get a little bit busier and a little bit backed up here. bay bridge toll plaza been backed up for quite a little while now. your commute headed into san francisco might take you a

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little longer than usual. 720 this morning, steve paulson in the weather center for us today. >> so making progress in the caldecott, i heard you say making progress. >> i can't imagine that it's going to be backed up for much, much longer. but it's still the case right now. >> all right. thank you very much. all right. pretty good fog bank out there. not bad. this will be the coolest day of the week. and then we'll start a quick warm up here for a couple of days. and it looks like it will come right back down on the weekend. but i mean, there's plenty of low clouds around. although san jose south not as many, but areas north. yeah, that's pretty good. and on the coast, no doubt about it. the highs backed off a little bit. it has been relentless though, especially reno las vegas, phoenix, much of the west. you know we've been on a fine line here for some. but west southwest travis to 31. that'll do. it's been 3137 since midnight. gusts to 30 from the west southwest. west wind at napa south of concord. west at oakland. those are all onshore for those this time of year and that kind of direction. 50s for many instead of 60. there are some 60s, but mainly 50s, 56, 57, 58, pacifica, montara beach and pillar point, right at 60

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san carlos, foster city, 62 menlo park, palo alto airport, 63. yet atherton, 59. woodside and los altos hills have taken a little dip, along with san mateo at 5894 and las vegas. and it's been smoking hot there. reno yesterday hit 106 for record high in south lake tahoe, 91 another record high there, 47. now, the high will start to build back in. not only will we get some inland temps jumping back up, but look at the monsoon moisture starting to say, hey, hey, painting the sierra. that will be by this weekend. so maybe some thunderstorm activity developing up in the mountains. nice. tuesday though. sunny, breezy. the fog might be slow to retreat for some on the coast so water temps have come up. so that's why we're seeing warmer temps on the coast 60, 70, 80, some low 90s, but temps start to warm up tomorrow. they'll peak out on thursday. just depends on how much start to ease up friday. and then it does look cooler going into the weekend okay thank you steve. >> well the summer of soccer is closer than ever to the

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heat. we're going to talk about the string of deaths in the south bay amid these high temperatures. we've been seeing, and why advocates for those vulnerable peopl say the threat

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homeless camps. >> plus, we feel like you know, it's just almost like allowing people to do this, knowing there'd be no consequences. >> oakland residents struggling with continuing slow police response time. why they say it's making oakland's crime problem even worse. >> from ktvu, fox two news. this is mornings on two. >> well, good morning and thank you for joining us. welcome back to mornings on two. i'm dave clark and i'm claudine wong. >> it is tuesday, july 9th. i cannot believe it got in the car today. and it was cold. i did not turn on my heat because that would be silly, but i just sat in the cool and said okay, i'll take it while it's here. >> you didn't say steve delivered. >> i did, i did, i said, i'm going to go in and i know i'm going to see steve paulson, and

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i'm going to say thank you, steve paulson. you're welcome. so thank you, steve paulson. >> you're welcome. i'm glad we could do a forecast for you there because it is cooler here. started yesterday continues today. tomorrow we'll start to warm it up 5060 on the 10th. pretty good fog bank out there i mean there's a lot of gray and you can see right there. there's plenty to go around more north and south. but it's making a surge all the way almost out to you know it looks like a vast american canyon. hiddenbrooke. they're almost out to cordelia. that's a pretty good surge filling in a little bit to the south, but more so north. that's a big fog bank. sunny breezy. it will be nice to mild to warm unless you're, you know, ukiah, clear lake. then again, it's still hot, but temperatures 60, 70, 80 i went low 90s for some inland. all right. james torres is here. 732 still the caldecott, but are we going somewhere else? >> yeah, we'll definitely talk about the caldecott. steve, i want to start you off in san francisco first, because we're seeing a pretty big slowdown on one on one there. there's a crash there a little bit ago that's causing what you see in the red. if you're on 101 headed north, kind of crossing into the

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mission district here, that's going to be slow for a little while now, and it's going to be slow pretty much all throughout the bay area. i mean, you can see all the red and yellow we're seeing at pretty much every freeway, 880 as well. seeing that slowdown. and as i mentioned, we are going to keep up to date with that crash in the county court, the caldecott tunnel right there, three car crash inside the tunnel. they've been able to remove the cars at this point, but now it's just a matter of cleaning up the mess left behind and letting the traffic flow through. we've also had some troubles up in the north bay on the san rafael richmond bridge, and that's creating a slowdown there, too. 732 let's go back to claudine, okay. >> thank you james. well, san francisco now has more legal authority to clear away homeless encampments. just yesterday, the ninth circuit court of appeals threw out part of a court order limiting when and how the city can clear encampments. ktvu is ali rasmus is here now to explain what all of that means. good morning to you, ali. >> good morning claudine. well, it means the city of san francisco now has fewer restrictions when it comes to when and how it clears. homeless

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encampments throughout the city. it comes after the ninth circuit court of appeals, just yesterday lifted what had been a temporary two year ban in this city on widespread sweeps of homeless encampments. now that comes after the supreme court, just a few weeks ago released its own ruling on the issue of homelessness and how cities can regulate it. the high court ruled that cities across the country do have the constitutional authority to cite and remove people who are sleeping or camping in public streets, and the court says they don't have to offer people a shelter, bed or other housing when they remove them gives the city's localities a freer hand in deciding what to do when the police and the, you know, the executive, whether it's the mayor or the city manager, decide that homelessness is getting out of hand. but despite that supreme court ruling, the

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city of san francisco was still facing an entirely separate lawsuit from the coalition on homelessness. that lawsuit had prohibited san francisco from citing and arresting people who didn't have alternate housing or shelter bed. again, that part of it was struck down by the ninth circuit court of appeals. but part of the lawsuit also prevented city workers from destroying people's belongings. when they did clear an encampment that part of the suit is still in place. >> need to essentially bag and tag it so that people can retrieve it. and again, we're talking things that have ranged from focuses, you know, medical equipment, prosthetics and medications. you know, their vital documents or their ids. and really personal belongings. >> that was one of the attorneys representing the coalition on homelessness in its suit against the city of san francisco. speaking with ktvu several days ago, in light of that supreme court ruling, their lawsuit against the city still stands, and attorneys from both sides will meet in court later this summer to decide where it goes

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from here. but again, the part about san francisco required being required to provide shelter, bed or some alternate housing every time they remove someone from the city street, that part of that suit has been struck down. because of this ninth circuit court of appeals ruling and the us supreme court ruling. so that means the city does have more authority to take more aggressive action when it comes to clearing away homeless encampments. and we have reached out to the city attorney's office and the mayor's office to find out in more detail what their plans are when it comes to clearing away homeless encampments here in san francisco. live in san francisco. ali rasmus, ktvu, fox two news. >> it certainly will be a continuing conversation. thanks so much, ali. well, today the santa clara valley water district board is going to consider banning homeless encampments along county waterways. the proposed ordinance would establish a protection zone and multiple zones along 300 miles of waterways under its control. valley water says many of the district's flood protection projects are being damaged by the encampments, and their trash

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is being dumped into the waterways. >> our time now, 736, is believed that the high hot temperatures in the bay area are really taking a toll on the homeless. encampments in the south bay. in santa clara county, at least four unhoused people have died since the first day of july, and at least one of those deaths is linked to the extreme heat. others have not been determined as yet. all four of the people who died were in their 60s, who were always paying the ultimate price for being unhoused. >> people out here all have diabetes, hypertension, a variety of heart issues, and all of those are exacerbated by being out in the heat. >> now, the county plans to increase the efforts to reach out to people in the homeless encampments, letting them know about cooling centers and other available resources. >> some people who lived in oakland for a long time feel crime is out of control, and they say slow police response times are making the situation worse. according to a letter

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from the state's office of emergency services, opd has been answering 46% of 911 calls within 15 seconds. last month, cal oes reported. on average, it takes the police department 50s to pick up calls, and when they do pick up oaklanders we talked to say they feel like their safety is not being prioritized. >> contacted called 911. they said these things happen all the time. you've got to go online and file a vandalism report. >> their respond is there's nothing we could do. you're going to just say, if you want the report file online, unless you're going to wait 2 or 3 hours, which i was like 2 or 3 hours too long. >> cal oes plans to work with the police department to help it improve its emergency response times. >> our time is now. 738 will the records of oakland city staffers are being subpoenaed in the fbi investigation that led to several raids last month. the bay area news group reports the fbi is looking for a communications between city staff members and california waste solutions and its founder.

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now back in 2021, the california fair political practices commission issued a finding of probable cause that the company made illegal campaign contributions. city staffers are being told keep all of their social media posts, their text messages, voicemails, calendars and more. well later this morning, the semifinals of the euro soccer tournament gets underway, and you'll see it right here with us on ktvu. spain takes on france in the first semifinal match of the tournament. in all three of the previous knockout stage matches between these two countries in the euro tournament. the winner went on to win the whole thing. that could be true this year as well, since the winner of this year's match is expected to be the favorite in the final over, either netherlands or england. the pregame coverage of today's euro semifinal match starts at 11:00 this morning, and again, you'll see it right here on ktvu. the final is this sunday

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at noon. >> all right. time now is 739. let's talk about our traffic. because certainly we had the problem in the caldecott tunnel. it is tuesday. people just want to get to work, james. but there are some slowdowns and some issues. they need to keep in mind. >> plenty of slowdowns, plenty to talk about here to. i'll go ahead and just get straight out to the maps here and just show you how much of a crisis this kind of looks like, right? you see all these icons, you see all these colors and the funny part about it is there's really no major traffic incident. that's gone down here. no major crashes, no major freeway shutdown. there's just a lot of people on the roadways here. and that's going to lead to a few things that are going to happen here and there. i'll take you over to the east bay, where we see 880 is being one of those typical trouble spots. this morning in both directions. when you go from union city to hayward to san leandro and even up to oakland, you're going to see some slowdowns. same deal with 680 there. you're getting a lot of it on 580 near richmond,

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kensington, down to berkeley. a lot of slowdowns there that traffic is not moving along as well as we'd hope. of course, we got that crash there in the caldecott tunnel as well, keeping an eye on that as crews still work to kind of clean that up. showing you 880 in oakland because that right side of your screen here going up the way just past the coliseum, that was slowing down a lot just a minute ago, too. looks like traffic is starting to clean up and pick up a little bit better there. the bay bridge toll plaza that's been slow for more than an hour and a half. now. that means your commute heading into san francisco. while usually pretty smooth today, it's going to be a little bit slower. 740 we'll go back to claudine on the desk. >> all right. thank you james. well, close to 40% of americans are planning to take on debt for summer travel. and we're going to delve more into those numbers and the reasoning behind it when you join us on the nine. but for now, let's head out to andre senior, who is in our newsroom with our viewer question of the day. >> all right, claudine, so this morning we want to hear from you. we're asking how do you plan to pay for your summer vacation? here are a few options

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for you all cash or credit cards or buy now, pay later. such as using a firm or uplift. personal loans is another option. or asking family or friends for help. just scan the qr code on the top right hand corner of your screen, or just go to ktvu.com/vote. got some travel going on this summer? hopefully they don't cancel. i don't have to cancel christmas. >> oh, never cancel christmas, never cancel christmas. >> but you can see by the poll too i mean certainly where people are leaning. and that's kind of what we've been talking about. i'm just going to let andre pay for my. >> yes. >> well, family and friends was at 0. so andre, we're just going to i'm out of cash too. >> i was going to ask you guys for something. so we're we're stuck. we're locked in credit cards, 59. a lot of us know what that's like. >> there you go. we'll take a break. we' be

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president and prime minister, keir starmer, will meet at the white house to underscore what they call the special relationship between the united states and the united kingdom, despite the change in government. the two leaders are set to discuss a wide range of issues, including ukraine, the israel-gaza war, climate change and clean energy solutions. and the white house has released a

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letter from president biden's doctor in response to questions about the president's health. the letter was released last night. that was just hours after the white house press secretary refused to answer repeated questions about whether several recent visits to the white house by a parkinson's disease specialist directly involved the president. the press secretary cited security reasons. >> i can't share with you is that the president has seen a neurologist for his physical three times, three times, and it is in the reporting that we share a comprehensive reporting. matter of fact, it's more than what the last guy shared. >> the doctor's letter released last night confirmed the press secretary's statement that president biden has never been treated for parkinson's. >> all right. our time is 746 wall street, anxiously keeping an eye on what is happening on capitol hill right now. >> pam cook keeping an eye as well. she is back with a look at today's dollars and cents. >> yes, i had to pull myself away to come in here and tell

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you what's going on so far. the federal reserve chairman just started a q&a session with the senate banking committee. so wall street is watching and listening for any hints about interest rates, the economy and the policy moving forward. more on that in just a moment. as the opening bell rang this morning, the nasdaq and the s&p 500 both started at a new record high after closing there yesterday. as we take you live to the new york stock exchange this morning, it seems so far the dow is down a little bit there. you can see about 100 points, quarter of a percent. the nasdaq and s&p 500 both like what's happening. so far on capitol hill. they are heading higher into those record territories. now. again the fed chief jerome powell, is testifying before the senate banking committee right now as we speak. so far, he has commented that he feels recent data shows the job market has slowed significantly and is back in balance. we're taking you there live just to see that it is happening right now. it's part of a two day hearing where

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he's answering questions from lawmakers. powell's comments could indicate whether the fed plans to cut interest rates amid signs of slowing inflation. recent inflation data has been weaker than expected, jerome powell just told senators moments ago that the fed is balancing the risk of moving too quickly or too slowly, and the impact that that will have on the economy. the department of justice is expected to increase the search for whistle blowers. now, the washington post reports the biden administration will launch a program offering whistleblowers a percentage of the fees or penalties from any successful prosecution that could add up to millions of dollars. now, the expansion would include more white collar crimes, such as money laundering and bribing. the sec already has a similar program, the 2024 olympics in paris begin in just two weeks, and police say counterfeiters have been hard at work for months, trying to cash in on the summer games. officers say they have already shut down 11 stores near the olympic

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stadium in paris that have been selling counterfeit gear. they have confiscated 63,000 items of clothing and shoes that feature the official 2024 olympic logo. again, i'm listening to that senate banking committee in our newsroom. i will have more comments from the federal reserve in our next hour of mornings on two. i'm pam cook. that's a look at your dollars and cents. >> hi, pam. thank you. time now. 748. well, if you ever wondered what it means when your dog barks, researchers may soon have ways to help you. researchers at the university of michigan are using artificial intelligence to figure out if a dog's bark is playful, or claudine if it's aggressive. scientists are using computer models trained on human speech to target animal communication, the researchers say. on average, their model was 70% accurate across several tests, the experts say. understanding the bark of your dog could improve how people interpret and respond to the

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needs of dogs. >> all right. time now is 749. let's talk more about our roadways, which have been very busy and slow in lots of spots. james, watching that for us. >> yeah. good news is that we have no major incidents here. no big crashes, nothing like that. just a lot of people on the roadways. and that's leading to a decent amount of congestion and maybe some small accidents here and there. and any little small accident will give us much more of a delay here. taking a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza that's been backed up for a little while now. the metering lights have been on for about two hours, and that is going to take you a little bit of time. if you're going to try to get from the east bay into the city of san francisco. we'll take you now over to the richmond, san rafael bridge, because that was actually moving a little slow, a little while ago. now it's starting to pick up and kind of move along here. it's still going by, not as maybe fast and smoothly as we'd like, but certainly picking up compared to what it looked like just about an hour ago. 280 down in san jose, you would imagine that silicon valley commute is

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probably pretty busy, but if you're on 280, that is looking pretty good so far. not too much to worry about there. the san mateo bridge also moving along smoothly. 750 we'll go over to steve paulson and talk about all things weather. >> well, that is correct. thank you sir, i appreciate that, a few breaks in the fog, but this is pretty good fog bank for us. a more break. san jose south, surprisingly. but northward, there's a lot of low clouds and gray to go around. and you can see it's made a push. well, to the north, past windsor, also out to parts of solano county and down towards san jose, and mostly on the coast as well. is there any more fog all the way down to southern california? you're darn tootin there is. look at that all the way down to la and san diego. so not only that, but a west southwest wind 23 kicking up its heels to 31mph out to travis. so that's extra. hold on the hairspray de 50s for many. a little cooler here this morning, unless you're in the hills or in lake county, mendocino county, then it's going to be another hot one. but

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majority will cool off today. 50s or 60s on the temps here. low 60s, cupertino, saratoga, campbell, santa clara already 63, but 54. in boulder creek, 54. scotts valley, soquel and santa cruz 5556 the high loses its grip today, but it will start to reload tomorrow for a warm up, especially inland and maybe even a little push on some monsoon moisture there as we go into the weekend as well. so travel plans to the mountains keep an eye on things they could pop up this weekend. nice tuesday though, after the pretty good fog bank retreats. it may take a while for some on the coast and also north. it will be temperatures 60, 7080, some low low 90s. quick jump on the temp starts tomorrow. we'll peak it out on thursday. question is how much? i'll deal with it tomorrow. and then friday. still warm to hot. it does look cooler though, this time on the weekend. >> all right steve thank you. time 752 a new warning about a text message scam. new at 8:00. what? you should watch out for to keep your private information safe and look out below. a tire falls. flying off a plane that

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was taking off from a california airport. what it took for that plane to land again, and why? it's not the first time this has happened in recent months. fridy

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evening. take a look at this video of the attack released by

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the police. the suspect approaches both women on san pablo avenue near emery high school, punches one of them to the ground and hits the other. that person then stole the belongings of the victims and ran away. >> the local police department has made an arrest in this case, and we would like anybody with any information to assist the victims to come forward and make the report. >> now, police say that crime was seen by an off duty police officer, as well as other witnesses. a suspect already has been arrested. it is 756. a man from concord has been arrested, accused of trying to steal several planes from the buchanan airport. according to the bay area news group. the 28 year old suspect was posing as an interested buyer, soliciting information and posting fake on online ads to sell the planes when he was arrested. police say they found in his possession several keys for airplanes and documents related to sales that suspects now out on bail, but is

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due back in court july 11th. well, 911 service in petaluma is back after an outage last weekend. at&t says copper thefts and vandalism caused the problem. they also say this is a quote, serious matter that disrupts essential services for our customers, public safety and the community at large. at&t is working with law enforcement on the investigation now. a similar incident shut down 911 service for residents in pinole, hercules and san pablo last month. police say two men were trying to steal copper cables from a utility line that led to an expanded outage of emergency services. both men are now facing several felony charges. well, united airlines trying to figure out what happened when a plane that was taking off yesterday morning at lax lost a tire. look at your screen. it happened on a flight from los

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angeles to denver. the boeing 757 continued flying on to denver and landed without an incident. united and the faa are investigating. this, by the way, is the second time a tire has fallen off a united airlines flight in the past few months. back in march, a flight lost a tire taking off at sfo. well, the roster for the golden state warriors is growing. the warriors welcomed the two newest players to san francisco yesterday. here's forward kyle anderson and guard de'anthony melton. anderson's a ten year veteran. he was acquired from the minnesota timberwolves as part of a six team deal on saturday. melton is known as a three point shooter. he signed as a free agent after most recently playing for the 76 ers. >> super excited to be healthy this all season and get to work. work on my game you know get stronger get in better shape and

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really just get prepared for a tough 82 game season. >> and steph is just he's just a whole different ball game. you know what i mean. and just his ability to move without the ball his ability to shoot from anywhere. and also his unselfishness is second to none. >> hey what can you say? melton, by the way, is a native of los angeles, says he's happy to be back in california. he even has some family right here in the bay area. >> i don't really expect people to have measles on the plane though, but i didn't know that was happening. >> yeah, measles warning at bay area airport here. we're live with details about the three locations. the infected person visited and what people need to know to stay safe. and the recent heat wave in the bay area turns deadly. a man drowns in a north bay river. the warning as authorities work to try and prevent another tragedy. >> plus, you know, we have pick up games in the yard or the schoolyard or at the park or whatever, and everybody wanted to be somebody. everybody wanted to be willie mays.

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>> two former presidents and a sea of giants fans show out to honor willie mays. how one of the greatest to ever play baseball was remembered like a member of the family from ktvu. >> fox two news. this is mornings on two live. >> look at sfo this morning. you could see the fog over the skies here. we are still on that stretch of warmer weather, but hopefully it's going to be cooling down sometime soon. thank you so much for joining us. i'm andre senior and i'm claudine wong. >> it is tuesday july 9th. let's talk about our weather and enjoying a little bit of a cooler morning. and it's nice out but it'll warm up again, right, steve? >> starting tomorrow. but today looks pretty good you guys. big fog bank though as andre touched on there is there's plenty to go around here 5060s. surprisingly, the city is the coolest at 56. although by 8:00 usually that's about the trend. but look at that. i mean there's a lot out there i can zoom out. you can find even more up and down the coast. we go all the way down to southern california. so it's the

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july fog bank there. nice tuesday though. sunny, breezy. after the fog burns back. it may take a while for some, especially the coast and to the north much sooner. east and south 6070. low low 90s. all right. james torres is here. it's 8:00 in the morning. he got busy. it got better. it is now, >> just as busy, i'd say. we still got some trouble all throughout the bay area here. good news is, no major incidents. no big problems on the roadway. just a lot of people driving and a lot of little small things that are all adding up that are leaving some big delays behind. here you see what's going on there on 13. you see what's going on on 580, even on the bay bridge headed towards san francisco. and of course, we are still looking at that icon on the right hand of your screen here in the tunnel. can't imagine that's going to last much longer, but the delay will be there for quite some time. the san mateo bridge moving along nicely. not too much going on there. the golden gate, of course. we talked about that fog bank still hidden behind the fo. of course we will keep our eyes on traffic all morning long.

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i'll be back in about five minutes with another update. 801 let's go back to andre. >> all right. thank you so much james topping, our news at eight. a passenger may have exposed dozens of people to the measles at the san jose mineta international airport and a restaurant in santa cruz last week. ktvu amanda quintana is live at the airport with the warning health officials are putting out. good morning, amanda. >> good morning andre. well, it was july 1st and second that those exposures happened. and these symptoms can set in about a week later. so if you were exposed, you could be feeling those symptoms now. but it could also take up to three weeks to feel some of those symptoms. health officials say that the measles is easy to contract because it's airborne. it spreads when someone speaks, when they cough or sneeze. symptoms include fever, coughing, runny nose, red eyes, and a rash. if you think you were exposed, it's important to watch out for these symptoms. santa clara health officials announced yesterday that the out of state traveler with the

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highly contagious measles virus flew from san jose to chicago on july second. they were on southwest flight 12804. that flight left around 7 a.m. now, the day before they went to a starbucks on blossom hill road in los gatos, they were there from around 930 to 1130 in the morning. and then they ate at taqueria los pericos on water street in santa cruz for dinner. that was around 6 to 10 p.m. i asked doctor peter chin-hong at ucsf about how likely it is to catch measles in these situations. >> it's extremely easy to catch measles. it's probably one of the most transmissible infectious diseases we have, somebody with measles could be on a plane in a room. leave the plane, leave the room, and wanted two hours later. you can get into that space. and if you're susceptible, you can catch measles. >> you're urged to call your doctor if you think you were

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exposed, especially if you have a weakened immune system or you're pregnant, or if a baby was exposed, those groups can develop more serious complications. now, the good news is that the us, and especially the bay area, has a high vaccination rate for the measles. most people get the mmr vaccine when they are children. although the last few years there has been an increase in people refusing that vaccine. but those who have been vaccinated have a low risk of getting the virus. health officials say that they are working with the state now and with the cdc to try to identify the people that were exposed that includes the people on the southwest airlines flight. they're trying to get in contact with them and see if any of them have symptoms, because, again, those symptoms could start now, but it could be multiple weeks from now that they could start seeing that rash, feeling those symptoms live in san jose amanda quintana ktvu, fox two news. >> all right. thank you amanda. well, we continue to learn more about deaths connected to this

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month's heat wave. a north bay family is mourning their loved one after he died swimming in the russian river. 28 year old nizhoni tortuga junior was with friends at patterson point preserve last wednesday, swimming in an effort to beat the heat. his friends say he jumped into the water but never came out. >> crazy part. we was like yelling out at him when we seen him, like swimming around in circles like, hey, you okay? he never really said anything back until he just disappeared under the water. >> i'm going to miss him so much. he smile. >> his body was found two days later just down the river. he is one of at least four people who have drowned over the last week in northern california. rivers and lakes with high temperatures expected to return soon, law enforcement officials are reminding people to always have life jackets and to swim in groups in an effort to try to prevent another tragedy. >> 805 your time right now several homes in santa barbara county are threatened by a wildfire, including the former estate of michael jackson. more than 26,000 acres of burned in

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the lake fire. the fire near lake zaca started friday. evacuations were ordered in nearby communities and so far only one building has been damaged. cal fire says michael jackson's former huge neverland ranch is in danger from the flames. no word yet on the cause. and in butte county, the thompson fire is now contained. it started last week near oroville. more than 3700 acres have burned. there were also massive evacuations in the city of oroville. 26 buildings were destroyed, including homes, and eight others were damaged. the cause of the thompson fire is still under investigation. now the lights are beginning to come back on for some of the millions of homes and businesses that lost power when hurricane burl slammed into texas, that storm made landfall in the houston area early yesterday morning as a category one hurricane. new numbers released just a short time ago, say at least nine people have died. the search for more possible storm victims continues this morning. >> these guys will. you can't

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question that. >> you know, i'm just checking out on all the old people, everybody that got left behind or don't have a way out, see if they need help. few of them just want to know when the water is back on them. >> well, the expectation now is that burl will sweep over the midwest, bringing strong winds and heavy rains. >> a number of landslides in southern california. in a city, there is creating a new beach on the coastline. rancho palos verdes has dealt with dangerous landslides for decades. geologists say the movement is now faster than it's ever been, and the force from the movement is transforming that coast, revealing a new shoreline that's nearly 250ft further than it was before. >> it's moving the shoreline more oceanward from where it used to be. the base of the landslide is ramping up in what used to be the surf zone. >> city officials have a multimillion dollar plan in the works to slow the landslide down and to try to make that area safer for visitors, san mateo county officials have temporarily scrapped an affordable housing plan for farm

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workers in half moon bay. the county withdrew its offer to purchase a 50 acre greenhouse site that sat near the coast. an analysis found. the property wasn't suitable for the county's needs, so it now plans to search for another property. there are two other projects in the works to build more than 100 units, many of which are designated for farm workers. >> it is almost 808 now. two former u.s. presidents joining thousands of fans at oracle park to pay tribute to one of the greatest baseball players of all time and eyes of our eyes. >> like the day i will rise up. >> the giants hosting this public celebration of life for baseball legend willie mays, who died last month. it was an emotional ceremony that included many former giants, city leaders and former president bill clinton. clinton shared his memories of the time the say hey kid invited him to a baseball game. >> willie and i had gotten to know each other, play golf, do all kinds of things, and he was

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going to sit with me through the game, which i had hoped would at least impress my daughter a little bit. she was so over being president thing, you know. and then it got rained out. the game got rained out. >> former president barack obama shared his memories of willie mays in a videotaped message. another giants legend and willie mays godson, barry bonds, also paying tribute to the man. many call the greatest giant of them all. >> i didn't know after all these years turning 60in july, what really was truly hitting me until now, forever memories. forever memories. and like i said about my father. thank you willie. thank you.

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>> the family of willie mays received a flag in honor of his military service during the korean war that put his baseball career on hold for two seasons. in the early 1950s. >> 809 talking traffic this morning. we've been talking traffic all morning long because it's been a tough commute, especially starting at about 7:00 this morning. we'll take you out there and show you just what this map looks like. you see the icons everywhere. looks like christmas lights. when we talk about these maps. but the good news is, this isn't the result of any major incidents, any major crashes going on. it's just a lot of cars on the roadway, a lot of activity going on today. we'll take you down over to the south bay. here we see pretty much more evidence of that. you see a crash there on 101 that's slowing some things down. but even without some of these crashes, every freeway, every avenue really to get around this area, it's going to be quite a slowdown. san mateo bridge looking pretty good though. traffic moving along there smoothly pretty much the same story goes for the golden gate bridge, which is just

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hidden behind the fog. quit. note here that we just learned from chp truckee. they say eastbound traffic on 80 currently being diverted to soda springs because of an overturned big rig. i'll try to learn some more about that and talk more about it when i see you again in just a few minutes, we'll send it back to andre. >> for now, all right. thanks so much, james. the hot weather could endanger your skin. and not just because of sunburn either. we'll explain the other risks that is sending people to the hospital. >> plus, this kind of plan or action will you take to address these types of people who are violent and plaguing public transit, as well as our city streets? >> four of the five major candidates who want to become san francisco's next mayor face off in a debate, and we'll talk about the issue that really dominated the questions that the candidates faced francisco, took

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part in their third debate. ktvu betty yu was there and says each candidate explained their ideas for making san francisco a safer city. >> the debate began with each candidate's opening statements on their top priorities,

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including public safety and revitalizing downtown ktvu. amber lee moderated the debate, hosted by groups including stop crime, sf and connected sf. in light of the recent killing of longtime hotel worker corazon dandan, who was allegedly pushed off a bart platform by a homeless, mentally ill. repeat offender. >> amber asked what kind of plan or action will you take to address these types of people who are violent and plaguing public transit, as well as our city streets? >> i created the street crisis response team so that they can go out there and to work with these individuals, and so that we can hold them for 72 hours as we develop a plan for service and support. >> former interim mayor mark farrell said. the current mayor's approach to dealing with mental illness, homelessness and drug addiction is failing. >> why is it that we have city funded nonprofit workers today handing out free packets of tin foil in the tenderloin to those suffering from drug addiction?

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that doesn't make any sense. we're allowing them to kill themselves. why are we doing that? we're also destroying our neighborhoods. that is not what we should be doing. >> in san francisco, philanthropist daniel leary said his office would be defined by accountability and new ideas. >> we have been so far skewed towards harm reduction, which has its place and is important that we forgot that we need to do harm reduction to get people into treatment and get people into those beds. >> i'll tell you one thing. the board of supervisors, we led the effort to pass mental health sf this mayor has never fully funded it. it's sitting there unfunded. >> mayor london breed refuted that claim, stating that she's been working with other supervisors to add 400 shelter beds for mental health support. we should also add that mayor breed and mark farrell clashed on other topics, including whether tent encampments grew or shrank and police staffing levels during their time as mayor in san francisco. betty yu

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ktvu, fox two news and we posted the entire debate online. >> you can see it on our websit, on our fox local app, and on ktvu youtube page under the live tab, as well. >> governor newsom is back in california following a weeklong campaign trip for president biden. he gave his case for why president biden deserves four more years. newsom was also asked about the president staying in the race, or whether or not he would like to take the lead as the democratic presidential candidate. if biden drops out, biden is our nominees, our president is not the presumptive nominee. >> he's going to be our nominee. and i look forward to voting for him and not just advocating for him. on november 5th. >> governor newsom went to several swing states over the weekend, including michigan, pennsylvania and new hampshire. >> all right. 817 now, one of the latest phishing scams is targeting icloud users over text. some users say they've recently received messages like asking them like this one here,

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asking them to click on a link or risk losing their phone service. the link would send them to a fake site that looks just like icloud's login page. that site has since been shut down, but cybersecurity experts are reminding people to look out for scams like this. >> the older generation that might not be as tech savvy. they get very scared. and when you see things that your account is going to be locked out or, hey, we're sending you this text to make you more secure. they're basically borrowing the trust of large organizations to best protect yourself, enroll in two factor authentication, and never use the same password for all of your accounts. >> also, double check web addresses and make sure it ends with the company's actual site. >> all right. time now is 818. let's talk about our roadways and see how we're doing on this tuesday morning. hello james. >> yeah. you can basically be guaranteed that if you're walking out the door the next couple of minutes, take you an extra couple of minutes to get

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to where you need to go this morning. we'll take you over to the north bay today because that's not too bad of a trouble spot today. there are going to be some slowdowns here once you actually get off of a out of your way from san rafael into richmond, or even to the golden gate bridge. there's some roadwork going on there that's starting to slow some things down. that's been slowing some things down for a while, but not nearly to the same degree that we have seen everywhere else. i mean, all parts of the east bay has some sort of slowdown there, whether you're on five, 86, 88, 80 or any of the other freeways, highway four, you see that bay point back up there. i mean, it's just slow all the way around. and of course, we can take you down to the south bay two. we'll show you the same level of red and yellow lines that we are seeing this morning. san mateo bridge moving along very smoothly this morning. the bridges for the most part, look okay, except for the bay bridge. that's seeing quite a bit of a backup and will probably stay that way for the rest of the morning. two 819 we'll send it over to steve to talk about weather. >> all right. thank you. we will start up in tahoe. blue water

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chef is up there yesterday. he's up there today too i imagine. but at toasty 89 in north tahoe monday. that's hot for here. it sure is. at least we have the 67 degree lake to cool off. you need it. not only there, but south lake tahoe, reno and tahoe. record highs yesterday reno hit 106, broke the old mark of 104 in 2017, and south lake tahoe hit 91 degrees. that also broke the mark from 20 1789. so 8991, 106. it's hot in the mountains already. 77 in reno, 55. trucking 57 south lake tahoe. they both got into the 40s. mount shasta already 70. alturas is in there. it's getting hot fast for those who are inland or up in the mountains. we though have a large and in charge fog bank, not only here all the way down to southern california. so the onshore breeze is in place. this is the strongest wind of the week so far. travis 2230. since midnight, they've been gusts 30 to 37mph. that will do it. and it's onshore in the oakland, berkeley hills. even santa rosa

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and novato have a westerly breeze. and if you're up in lake county or mendocino county, you're probably saying it's going to be hot. i know, but most locations will be cooler upper 50s, 60s with a big fog bank in place here for the mountains. not only is it hot, but maybe some monsoon moisture is on the way for your near future. it would be over the weekend. could be some isolated cells popping up south lake tahoe, truckee, truckee, reno and kirkwood over the weekend. pretty good fog bank though for us here. this will be the coolest day of the week. as we said, temperatures coming down 6070 80s up. rates are low 90s. we will start to warm up wednesday, thursday, friday. question is how much inland temps will jump up? but it does look like they will come down starting on the weekend. >> hurt steve. close to 40% of americans are planning to take on debt for summer travel. and this morning we're asking, how do you plan on paying for your summer vacation? your options here, all cash or credit cards or buy now, pay later, such as using a firm or uplift or personal loans, or asking family or friends for help. as you can

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of sweeps of homeless camps. >> plus, we feel like you know, it's just almost like allowing people to do this, knowing there would be no consequences. >> oaklanders grappling with slow police response times. why? they say it's making the city's crime problem worse. >> from ktvu, fox two news. this is mornings on two. >> and good morning to you. welcome back to mornings on two i'm claudine wong i'm andre senior. >> today is tuesday july 9th. let's turn things over to steve paulson. right now is tracking your forecast. and steve i know we have fog in the area, but is the heat also going to be an issue today? >> well we'll start another warm up tomorrow. it'll only be three days. they'll start to change. but it won't be as bad as what we had on the fourth. some areas are in the fog, others are like we're already in the sunshine here. so. but there's a pretty good fog bank out there. it's 50s on the temps, 60s for some here. i mean, if you're inland, yeah, it'll start to bump up,

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but this is the coolest day of the week by far because of that big fog bank which is still kind of hanging around. so it will be a nice tuesday. pretty good fog bank in place here. sunny, breezy, nice to mild to warm here. so we're going 60 7080 low 90s tomorrow though we could get a good five maybe 10 degrees jump for some inland. all right over to james at 830. and he's going to tell me. and you what i think we're going to go with a new crash that's happening down in san jose, steve, because that is creating some more trouble in the south bay here. >> more than what we've already been seeing here. i've been saying it all morning. good news is no major incidents happening today. we're just seeing a lot of people on the roadways, and that's creating a lot of congestion. so any little thing is creating a little bit more of a difficulty. we're talking right here at 85 and 17. looks like a couple cars smashed into each other. that's creating a little bit of a backup. you see how far that's extended down 85. of course we'll show you a little bit more of san jose. we're talking some trouble on 280 as well. 280. we know as we look at the live camera, not

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really so many issues that we've had all morning long, but it sounds like there's a car that's stalled out blocking at least two lanes of traffic closer to deanza boulevard on the northbound side of the lane. that's creating a little bit of a backup that you're not seeing here. but if you're headed in that area in that direction near deanza boulevard, near the off ramp, that's going to give you some troubles and some delays today. san mateo bridge moving along smoothly. 831 we'll go back to claudine. >> okay. thank you. james. well, san francisco now has more legal authority to clear away homeless encampments. just yesterday, the ninth circuit court of appeals threw out part of a court order limiting when and how the city could clear encampments. let's go to ktvu ali rasmus, who joins us now to talk about more about what this means and the consequences from these decisions. ali yeah, it means the city now has fewer restrictions when it comes to clearing away homeless encampments and removing people who sleep or camp out on public streets. the ninth circuit court of appeals, just yesterday lifted what had been a temporary

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ban here in the city on homeless encampment sweeps. and that, of course, follows the night or the high court's decision. the supreme court's decision on this topic of homelessness just last month, june 28th, the us supreme court ruled that cities have the constitutional authority to cite and remove people from sleeping or camping in public streets. now even with that high court ruling, san francisco was still limited on what it could do until yesterday, when the ninth circuit court of appeals reaffirmed the high court's decision and said that san francisco can remove people from public streets even if the city doesn't have a shelter bed or alternate form of housing to offer them. we just got a statement in response from mayor london breeds office. it says in part, quote, conversations with the city attorney are underway to inform our next steps, including how policies and procedures are updated. talking about the timeline and how they will implement this new ruling from the supreme court and the ninth circuit going forward. the statement goes on to explain

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that the city will still offer people alternate housing and shelter, but if they refuse, then the statement says the city will use the authority it now has from the courts to compel people to move. legal experts say all of this is part of the ongoing impact of the supreme court's grants pass decision on homelessness. >> cities will end up being a bit more aggressive because voters complain about this. what you're going to end up doing is you're going to move homelessness from one place to another. >> now, the ninth circuit court of appeals yesterday says san francisco public works crews still have to abide by certain rules on how they clear homeless encampments and remove people from public spaces. at least for now, the city is still prohibited from throwing people's belongings away, and that's because of an ongoing lawsuit san francisco faces from the coalition on homelessness. >> san francisco cannot, just destroy those belongings and put them in the trash, which they need to essentially bag and tag

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it so that people can retrieve it. and again, we're talking things that have ranged from focuses, you know, medical equipment, prosthetics, medications, you know, their vital documents, their their ids and really personal belongings. >> that's one of the attorneys from the aclu representing the coalition on homelessness in its lawsuit against the city of san francisco. he was explaining that part of the lawsuit in an interview with ktvu shortly after the supreme court's grants pass decision came down. now despite that supreme court ruling, at least part of that lawsuit against the city of san francisco still stands. and so attorneys for the aclu and the coalition on homelessness say they plan to be back in court later this summer to figure out where that lawsuit goes from here. live in san francisco. ali rasmus ktvu, fox two news. well, today, the santa clara valley water district board will consider banning homeless encampments along county waterways. the proposed ordinance would establish protection zones along the nearly 300 miles of waterways

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under its control. valley water says many of the district's flood protection projects are being damaged by the encampment, and their trash is being dumped in waterways. >> the hot bay area temperatures are taking a toll on homeless encampments in the south bay. in santa clara county, at least four unhoused people have died since july 1st, and at least one of those deaths is linked to the extreme heat we're experiencing. the others have yet to be determined. all four of the people who died were in their 60s years, who are always paying the ultimate price for being unhoused. >> people out here all have diabetes, hypertension, a variety of heart issues, and all of those are exacerbated by being out in the heat. >> the county plans to increase efforts to reach out to those in homeless encampments, to let them know about the cooling centers and other available resources. >> even for a city that has long grappled with public safety concerns, some oaklanders say crime is now out of control, and they claim low police response times are making that situation

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worse. ktvu jana katsuyama has the recent crime victims concerns and the this weekend that impact. when rabbi dovid lebowski came in for worship saturday, this is what he and his congregation saw shattered glass on the front window of the chabad center for jewish life in oakland. a contacted called 911. >> they said these things happen all the time. you've got to go online and file a vandalism report. >> security cameras captured the crime, showing a person throwing a large rock into the window. rabbi lebowski says his congregation is worried this is a hate crime because it's the second attack in two weeks. on june 21st, just before midnight, another person took a larger rock and threw it at the center. >> since our menorah was dismembered on on hanukkah and the perpetrators were not found or not arrested, we feel like, you know, it's just almost like allowing people to do this, knowing there would be no consequences. >> what was that thing near the oakland airport? another citizen is feeling the same way. david

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michael took video as he retrieved a backpack sunday on hegenberger road that had been stolen from a tourist at the 76 station. >> we met up and he said that his passport and his work computer were missing and that he called the police, michael says police never came and while they waited, he says another tourist was robbed at the same spot. i waited around. i was there an hour and no one ever showed up. >> there is an incident that happens every other day. you know, if it's not happening here, it's happening somewhere else. and the other gas station, the 76 gas station manager, sam maday, says oakland police and city officials need to do something immediately about police response times. >> he knows firsthand because last friday, he also tried calling police after a mob swarmed the gas station store. >> 3050 people storming the store, whereas only two employees in there. i think that's that's a higher level of crime to me. they're responders. there's nothing we could do. you're going to just say, if you want the report, fight on online unless you're going to wait 2 or 3 hours, which i was like 2 or 3

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hours too long. >> several police patrol cars were out monday afternoon circling the area at the 76 gas station. and the rabbi says he did meet with police on monday. but many of them say that they want to see the city do more in the newsroom. jana katsuyama, ktvu, fox two news. well, later this morning, the semifinals of the euro soccer tournament get underway right here on ktvu. span takes on spain, takes on france in the first semifinal match of the tournament in all three previous knockout stage matches between these two countries in the euros, the winner went on to win the entire thing, and that could be true this year as well, since the winner of this match is expected to be the favorite in the final either over netherlands or england. pregame coverage of today's euro semifinal match starts at 11 this morning. that will be right here on ktvu. the final is this sunday at noon. >> all right. let's turn things over to steve paulson now. he's been a busy man as of late with the heat a little cooldown and, you know, maybe some more heat.

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again, starting tomorrow, we'll get warmer again. >> briefly here for a couple of days. speaking of warmer, it's already 99 degrees in viva las vegas. that's hot man. palm springs, 91 phoenix. of course in there it has been a brutal june and now july for many, especially reno, las vegas and over to phoenix. some areas in the valley? yes, others not so much. 56 in arcadia to that 99 down in las vegas. we the get the benefit if you like it of a big big fog bank. i mean it goes way up there all the way. keep going. okay. crescent city keeps going all the way down to southern california. so fog bank is in charge here this morning. so that's giving us not only that an onshore breeze oakland berkeley hills that's west. southwest pittsburgh that's west that's an onshore wind at travis. been 30 all morning long are up to 37mph. that that tells me they're done. they will not the upper 80s or low 90s at best. when you get that kind of

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a win, water temps have come up, but they've leveled off. point arena 55 point raise 55. the city was 58 yesterday. san francisco boy, i should say it's now 56. half moon bay and monterey 57. so i mean 56 san francisco. boy, what's the temps in the city right now? 56, 57, 58 that's a it's a huge driver. that boy stamp on what the overnight lows and temps will be in the morning. and even at night in san francisco. 50s on the temps here unless you're well well inland. i mean it's going to be smoking hot kelseyville clear lake, ukiah. i can't help you this time of year. it's just you need some kind of a front or a deep trough to come in or. i don't see that. do see some cooling as we go into the weekend. early next week, temps will start to warm up tomorrow. and look at this some moisture looks like it wants to creep into the sierra here starting on the weekend, maybe going sunday into early monday. so any travel plans? kirkwood, south lake tahoe, carson pass, north shore keep an eye on things. it's more hit and miss, but i think some cloud cover is on the way. nice

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tuesday though, sunny, breezy it will be if you're inland. not too bad. coast and bay 67 because the water temps have come up. the highs have come up for many on the coast. instead of being 60 or 59, they're now 6667. warm to hot. wednesday thursday, friday, especially inland. and then cooling starts saturday. and i think sunday into early next week looks much quieter. >> all right, steve, thank you. it is 841 now. it's cruise season, but one popular destination. they are fed up with tourists. we'll tell you why. a city in alaska is considering banning those big ships. at least part of the time. >> and this morning we're asking, how do you plan on paying for your summer vacation? we got a qr code there on your screen so that you can weigh into these answers. all cash looks like it's winning that actually, that's the smartest way to do it, right? you save up, you go 53, but then you got credit cards. 39% of folks say, hey, we just don't have enough money. we still want to go. we're going to put it on credit cards for now. 2% say buy now,

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prime minister, keir starmer, will meet at the white house to underscore what they call the special relationship between the united states and the united kingdom, despite the changing government. the two leaders are set to discuss a wide range of issues, including ukraine, the israel-gaza war, climate change and clean energy solutions. excuse me? the white house has released a letter from president biden's doctor in response to questions about the president's health. the letter was released last night and that was just hours after the white house press secretary refused to answer repeated questions about whether several recent visits to the white house by a parkinson's disease specialist directly involved the president. the press secretary cited. >> security reasons i can't share with you is that the president has seen a neurologist for his physical three times, three times, and it is in the

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reporting that we share a comprehensive reporting about a matter of fact, it's more than what the last guy shared. >> the doctor's letter released last night confirmed the press secretary's statement that president biden has never been treated for parkinson's. >> at age 46, now wall street is keeping an eye on what's happening right now on capitol hill. >> the chairman of the federal reserve is answering questions from the senate banking committee, and pam cook has been listening in. she's back with today's dollars and cents. busy morning pam. >> yes, they keep wanting to hear about interest rates specifically. he's not giving that in the last hour. the federal reserve chief has stressed that inflation needs to come down to 2% before interest rates come down in answering questions from california representative laphonza butler about the high cost of housing, fed chief jerome powell said reducing inflation is the best thing the fed can do for younger americans in particular, he said one thing that is helping the job market is slowing and more in balance, but still strong. now the indexes headed higher as the opening bell rang this

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morning, even though the fed chief has repeatedly said all morning long he will not give any specific hints today about when the fed will begin cutting rates. that depends on economic data that is released. taking a live look at the numbers. still a mixed picture since that bell rang the dow jones headed down about 100 points. it's come back a little bit in the last hour. the s&p 500 is up slightly. the nasdaq up about a quarter of a percent. but both the nasdaq and s&p 500 every uptick is in to further record territory. office vacancies in san francisco are reaching new all time highs, according to a report from commercial real estate firm cushman and wakefield. vacancy rates climbed to 34.5% in the second quarter. that caused rent prices to drop to the lowest point in nearly ten years, the industry report indicates that while many ai companies are looking for space in the city, it's not enough to offset the number of jobs and companies

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leaving. well, today's the start of a three day tech conference in san francisco, semicon west holds symposiums and training involving semiconductors. more than 20,000 people are expected to attend the conference, which ends on thursday. attendees say this conference is also a good event for networking opportunities and highlights the investments by the us in the chip industry. well summertime is peak cruise season and many head to alaska. people living in juneau say the wave of visitors every summer is just too much. they will vote on banning some cruises on saturdays. the ballot measure would ban cruise ships with 250 or more passengers from docking in juneau. it would also ban ships on the 4th of july, the ship free saturdays initiative qualified for the ballot this week. the vote is set for october 1st. i'm pam cook. let's look at your dollars and cents. pam. >> thank you. the olympics start soon, and warriors star steph curry is part of a team usa for the first time carry. he can do an amazing thing here on the

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court, but it turns out there is one thing that he still cannot master. >> do you feel like you should be able to as a basketball player? >> that's one of the most embarrassing things of just me. you got me nervous to even thinking about spinning the ball on my finger. it's there. you can't do it. >> this video released by the nba shows all members of team usa trying to spin a ball on their finger. when they found out steph curry couldn't do it, they were surprised curry wasn't alone either. lebron james and two other members of the team could not do it either. and you know all they need. they just they don't need to know how to do that to win a game. so they don't. >> that struggle is real, but i'm sure it irritates them that they can't. steph curry maybe he's spending all his time on the three point line three point. >> the three point line. that's that's that's what we need him to know how to do for sure. >> they had some video of that too. and it's always impressive wanting to run through those drills. yeah all right we'll give them a pass. this time

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james i think i could probably teach myself to no i can't no one has four championships and no one has records broken by spinning a ball on their finger. >> exactly my point. so there you go. that's all. that's all he had to say. mike drop. >> he can't be good at everything. >> yeah, you just can't be good at everything. he's got to give us one thing that we can beat him a chance at something. all right, let's talk about our traffic here, because it's not looking great. just to be perfectly honest. we'll go and take you to what the maps look like in san jose, because we still have those christmas lights all over the maps here. a couple of accidents reported on 280 that still haven't cleared up just yet, but as you can see, just residual traffic. and pretty much in every direction 86, 80, 85, you name it, you're going to have a little bit of a delay if you're driving anywhere around san jose or the south bay. and it's the same if you go up the freeways into different parts of the bay area. i mean, the east bay has just been a nightmare all day long. the good news is, and it's something i've said all morning, no major incidents. we're not having situations where we have massive

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crashes or a massive something that is causing all these delays. it's just a tuesday morning and it's going to look like that sometimes. we are starting to get a little bit of relief here at the bay bridge toll plaza heading into san francisco. that backup not nearly as much as it was just about an hour ago. and i will leave you with this picture of the golden gate bridge, because that fog bank is nice and thick, and it's hiding part of what we love to see. 851. to talk more about that fog bank and more about that weather, steve paulson is here. >> james, we're giving you an a today and we're not grading on the curve. nice job. >> i'll take it as pam said, that's not easy to do. >> and you make it look easy. that is a skill. thank you. all right. we do have big fog bank in place. coolest day of the week here. interesting. i think we're getting back to more of a normal pattern. and by that i mean we'll get we'll get a warm up wednesday, thursday friday inland. yeah it could get hot again but everything is saying after that. what's called the heights, 500 millibar heights start to come down to more normal levels. look at that. there's a lot of low clouds up and down the coast here. onshore

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breeze or wind. and if you're out to travis, it's like, hang on, baby, it's been 30 plus all since midnight. 30, 36, 37 mile per hour. it's out of the west southwest santa rosa, novato, napa, oakland. don't see that all the time. so this will be the coolest day by far, temperatures now. again, if you're up in clear lake ukiah, you know it's vacaville. you need more than this. but it should be a little cooler, even for some well inland today is the way it looks. the high then builds back in. temperatures jump up again, especially away from the coast. wednesday thursday, friday, but also looks like an uptick in some monsoon moisture. says i'm on my way for the sierra nevada, so again, it can be hit and miss there. but i'd keep an eye on things. if you have plans up there or if you're already up there, we are looking for a big fog bank here today. slower to retreat, so it'll be nice. 6070 by the water. 80. i went low 90s. could even be some, you know, low to mid 80s for some, especially santa rosa, san jose today. warmer. how much warmer? depends. thursday looks to be the hottest day. friday still warm, but then it looks like

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everything starts to come down to more normal levels on the weekend into early next week. you guys. >> heart thief record highs and wildfires. when you join us on the nine, we'll talk with an expert about how climate change is impacting our lives here in the bay area and in the future too. >> and look out below. a tire falls flying off of a plane as it was taking off from a california airport. we'll tell you what it took for that plane to land and why. this is not the first time this has happened in recent months.

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yesterday morning. it happened on a flight from los angeles to denver. that boeing 757. check this out. continued on to denver and landed without incident. united and the faa now investigating this. check out

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the tire. just rolling down the runway there. this is the second time a tire has fallen off a united airlines flight in the last few months. you might remember back in march, a flight lost a tire during takeoff at sfo. >> well, the roster for the golden state warriors is growing. the team welcomed its two newest players to san francisco yesterday. forward kyle anderson and guard de'anthony melton. anderson, a ten year veteran, was acquired from the minnesota timberwolves as part of a six team deal on saturday. melton, known as a three point shooter, signed as a free agent after most recently playing for the 76 ers. >> we're excited to be healthy this all season and get to work. work on my game. you know get stronger, get in better shape and really just get prepared for a tough 82 game season. >> and steph is just he's just a whole different ball game you know what i mean. and just his ability to move without the ball his ability to shoot from anywhere. and also his unselfishness is second to none to melton, who is a los angeles

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native, says he's happy to be back in california and even has some family here in the bay area. >> 850 girls in tech, the nonprofit that's long worked to get more women into the tech workforce, is closing. the organization's founder and ceo is citing a lack of funding. last month, the group announced it was facing imminent closure if it did not raise $100,000. girl in tech had more than 130,000 members and worked to bridge the gender gap in technology through advocacy, mentorship and networking. >> i think it's a big blow. you know, frankly, the work is not done, you know, i look around and we're still in some of the disciplines at numbers that are the same as they were 20 or 30 years ago, before these organizations were started. and it's just a big step backwards. >> girls in tech was founded in san francisco 17 years ago, but moved its offices to nashville two years ago. >> researchers at the university of michigan, using ai to figure out if a dog's bark is playful or aggressive. scientists repurposed existing computer models trained on human speech

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to target animal communication. researchers say that on average, their model was 70% accurate across several tests. experts say understanding dog barks can improve how people interpret and respond to the needs of dogs. some special frogs raised in the san francisco zoo have been released in yosemite national park, the suit says. a group of yosemite toads was released into the park. researchers say the toads hadn't been seen in that specific area of the park since 2013. the zoo began helping the species back in 2017, and has been reintroducing them back into the wild ever since. yosemite toads are a federally threatened species found only in the sierra. >> a new health alert in the south bay. the new concerns over a case of measles, and what's being done to identify those who have been exposed. >> then san francisco gains new powers to clear homeless encampments. what it means for those living on the streets, and how it connects to the recent u.s. supreme court ruling on grants pass versus johnson. >> plus, candidates running in the san francisco mayoral race go face to face. we'll d

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