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the biggest challenge is the 40 to 50-mile-per-hour winds. we know that several structures in this farm land were maktd. i will pacted impacted. we spoke to a homeowner. she lives nearby, right here. she was able to watch these brush fires take over her neighbor's backyard. here's what she had to say. ? i was it was fast. they came out right with a. it was about quarter after 1 clock. they were out. ? it was scary. it was scary. ? alameda reporting that a nearby school was evacuated evacuated. ? >> reporter: mountain house remains closed at this point. but again, this fire has been
zero% contained. we know the house fires, as well as contra costa county to make sure these fires are contained. ? chief meteorologist jeff ranieri told us about the strong winds. he told us about the conditions for firefighters who are responding to today's fires. >> winds are sustained, to put some perspective on this, you can see discovery bay right here. also the interstate 5 corridor. at least 500 acres have burned. they're having a tough time extinguishing the hot spots. winds at about 45 miles an hour.
thankfully, the temperatures have cooled off from mid 90s yesterday in this area, we're now down 66. and you can see 50s on the way for tonight. so what about the wind forecast? that's key to get go control of this. and you will see tonight at 11:30, byron look at wind gusts. west southwest at 26 miles an hour. as we head into tomorrow morning, it starts to decreates to about 20. we may not see it relax until the early afternoon on thursday's forecast with winds down to about 11 miles per hour. ? jeff, we know the winds are strong. the temperatures play a big role. how does it look going forward? ? >> once we hit this weekend, the fire danger will increase and stay pretty elevated for saturday as well as sunday. the next change is high pressure building back across the bay.
we'll have a if you will look at the forecast. ? you can download our 43 app. the 13 plane was travel go to when it had to make an emergency landing. no word on what triggered this emergency landing. we'll be following this on air and online. now to this one in san francisco. for the second time in five years, the body found in the stairwell. we sent out the break news push alert. officials just wrapped up a news conference and they didn't say
much. ? i think it bears repeating, this is the secretary time that a woman's body has been found inside the stairwell. the investigation on where she was found happened at the power plant over my shoulder. the last time this happened, back in 2013, spald spalding was receiving treatment. questions are swirling as to who she was. what we do know, what nbc has said is there should have been some level of supervision. this power plant, fully clothed
in the stairwell. it is not clear how she would have gotten he inside. something was horribly wrong. ? when she the disappeared and tragically died, we made changes to our security procedures. they came to oversee our areas. we created new policies and procedures and new training for our sheriff who provides security on sight site. they had people run go from
here. and then they had a lot of civilians run go down the him. ? the hospital tells us they were not act go on a miss go persons report. the next update we are expecting is at 10 clock. the last time was a $3 million settlement. mostly by the city of san francisco. back to you. it was the work of an arsonist. that's what they said about a fire that destroyed a complex under construction. they released this surveillance individual of the suspect. we see the man in a hoodie. he runs out without the bag and the building already a glow. it forced hundreds of people who
live in the building to evacuate. they say they home it helps identify the person responsible. ? i'm hoping they put him with a. san francisco plans spoke to spend millions improving the step. it will pay for upgrades to fire trucks and help with dispatchers. ? anyone calling 911 needs to make sure there's a live person on the other end. >> our investigative unit has reported extensively on response times. we found out in some places, ambulances were taking twice as long to get to people.
the state senator says her bill to help restore has passed the senate. it would open up records about deadly police shoot goes, officers who commit sexual assaults. the proposal comes amid a nationwide back lash over police shoot goes. 27 other states make the records available to the public. >> a rally at san francisco city hall over a policy meant to crack down on gangs. protestors want the city attorney to drop gang injunction. a civil court order that can restrict someone from associate go with friends or familiar members in neighborhoods considered to be for gangs. protestors say they do nothing but hurt communities. ? they show that gang injunctions are ineffective stopping crime.
? they asked to drop gang injunctions immediately. a candle tv show. rosanne bar after sending out a racist tweet was fired from her show. scott budman is here with how a major medical company is defending itself. for most of the day she was the number two trend go topic on twitter. the number two topic, ambien. >> reporter: rosanne jumped back on with this. a tweet claiming previous tweets were fueled by the drug ambien.
? let it go. >> it seems endemmic to twitter. it lets you fire off the first thing on your mind. >> they tweeted back saying people of all races work at the company and while all pharmaceutical treatments have side effects, racism is not a known side effect of any medication. while others had fun with her claim, doctors say while you may sleep walk and shouldn't drive while use go ambien, social media is on you. >> and she is still tweeting back and forth about it. work work is ramp go up.
a north korean official is on us soil. innocence news has a cia report which shows northern california does -- north korea does not intend to give up its nukes. as for president trump last night, he renewed his claim that the fbi spied on him. ? i am even more convinced that they did it and it has nothing to do with donald trump. also, the president used twitter to voice his frustration with jeff sessions, regret go, he didn't nominate someone else.
? we shouldn't have to worry about get go shot at school. ? press secretary sarah sanders, a mother of they, became emotional as she sympathized with benji. she said they are meeting this week to strategize. also tomorrow president trump will visit victims and survivors of the deadly school shooting in texas. just around the corner, the recall of the judge. they come out and speak to the public including the judge
only marshall tuck will change that. year after year, policians fail to improve public schools. tuck turned around failing schools, raising graduation rates 60%. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck. when the worst oil spill hit san francisco, first responders went to work. and mayor gavin newsom, he went to hawaii. man: newsome left the day after the spill for a four-day vacation in hawaii. the same gavin who said his job as lieutenant governor was so dull, he only showed up for work at the state capitol one day a week, tops. gavin's not gonna work as governor. primary. both sides in the recall vote of "judge aaron persky" ramped-
up publi c it is one of the most contentious issues on both sides. judge persky ramped up today. live in san jose with what happened in these rallies. >> reporter: well, here at the santa clara center, he aimed his comments directly at voters after he stayed silent for much of the fight. >> but he is silent no more. >> please welcome judge aaron persky. >> reporter: he ordered judges and the district attorney, who like others criticized his sentencing of brock turner but is against the recall. he acknowledged the mixed feelings he gets. he wanted them all to think of this. >> someday you may be on the right side of the walling and the wrong side of public
opinion. when you step into a courtroom, before a judge, you will expect, you will request, you will demand a judge who will follow the rule of law. >> the judge said afterwards, he wants judicial independence to remain the focus. >> the issue is too important to turn it into a back and forth about tactics. >> but advocates say they're angry over the tactics of supporters who have attacked the credibility of the attack victim and that he hasn't disavowed the claims. >> what woman would feel comfortable having her sexual assault case adjudicated by judge persky? >> reporter: he declined to talk about the we said this, they said that campaign. live in san jose, robert handa,
nbc bay area news. thank you, now to some serious health concerns. santa clara county is seeing an uptick in infections. the most he common have spiked in ages 15 to 25. the county blames dating sites and social networks but also a decrease never access to clinics. also attributed to it, survival search, or sex for shelter. tesla has gone from recommending the car to not recommending it. prior to the update, the brake performance was a big problem. reviewers didn't even give it a score. consumer reports has a few complaints like wind noise.
elon musk says the company is working to fix the issues. >> now let's look at oracle arena where the excitement is building. it is going to be an historic finals rematch. the team announced day, andre iguodala is still recovering from a leg contusion and will be out for game one. today during media day, the team spoke about the significance of playing at oracle. >> starting the first two games, it was huge. we've been lucky to have it. we have to take advantage. you can't give away games at this stage of the year. it is too important. >> according to ticket city, the average price to watch at oracle arena, $1,700. the average. >> oh, gosh! >> yesterday, i saw one for $59,000. but that was courtside. let's talk about the weigather.
what a cooldown! >> some spots. contra costa and alameda county. we saw some gustier winds building into the forecast. that's what i want to start out with. this is one of the photos we've been sharing on twitter that came from a viewer. you can get our if you will coverage on twitter and facebook and more. updates coming up at 6:00. we have seven different vegetation fires burning in byron. at least 500 acres have burned. if you live in that area, it is those occasional wind gusts that still this hour are at 44 miles an hour. firefighters are trying to get down some of the hot spots. good news today, humidity is hire some of the added moisture is at 43%. and the temperatures, much, much colder. down to 56. we have 50s coming our way
tonight. melissa is there and we have more live reports coming up. so why all the wind? we have this weaker system moving into northern california, disturbing the atmosphere enough to get the wind to kick up. we'll call it more of a breezy day. so less in the way of wind. we will have the morning fog coming back. so let's look at how the cloud cover will bring it into the bay. you can see, north bay, east bay, by tomorrow morning, spotty drizzle with the most cloud cover here for the peninsula. eastbound into south bay and more of a partly sunny situation right into the north bay. then into the afternoon hours, we are starting to see some sunshine break in. so be ready for the clouds tomorrow. everything else we can handle. it won't be overly cold. tri-valley at 54. san francisco, 53. and you're looking at 54 right there throughout the east bay. so another day with below
average temperatures coming our way. down in the south bay. we might even need light jacket into the early afternoon. we're only going to 64 in milpitas. keep your eye on the wind as we head to the micro climate. not as windy but still breezy across the interior, contra costa, alameda counties. 66 in livermore. 60s here through san ma teo and palo alto. right after marin, napa, on my extended forecast, we'll go wilder once we hit this weekend. saturday, 59 in san francisco and then in the 60s. cities at the coastline, much, much hotter. we're at 95 on saturday. that will be the hottest. good thing, not a trend. we'll be coming off as we head through next week.
i call it like i see it. the race for governor has turned into a scam. gavin newsom's trying to elect a republican who was endorsed by trump. and villaraigosa's being bankrolled by a handful of billionaires. it's everything that's wrong with politics. and none of it is helping struggling families. here's my pledge to you. i'll keep our budget balanced. invest in affordable housing. fight for universal healthcare. and stand up to donald trump. as governor, you can trust me to do what's right- because i always have. big trouble a-b-c and its parent company disney. the estate of michael jackson is suing over a documentary about the singer. it claims the documentary improperly used his songs, music videos and movies. estate of michael jackson is suing about the singer. it claims it improvly used a song, music, video and movies. reuben foster was not allowed to participate in the off-season program. those charges dropped. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message.
i support the affordable care act, and voted against all trump's attempts to repeal it. but we need to do more. i believe in universal health care. in a public health option to compete with private insurance companies. and expanding medicare to everyone over 55. and i believe medicare must be empowered to negotiate the price of drugs. california values senator dianne feinstein
we first told you about the perks last week when the company rolled a t new perk for amazon pri members who shop at whole foods. today, shoppers in northern california can enjoy it. prime members will get 10% off on groceries on sale. the deal will include weekly discounts on best selling foods. it will hit all whole foods
stores soon. this is a picture of kim kardashian in the oval office with president trump. this just came into the newsroom. she is meeting with jared kushner who is working to overhaul our nation's prison system and kim is an advocate for a great grandmother, alice marie johnson. she is serving life without parole for drug conspiracy. she is urging president trump to pardon her.
we all know guys like gavin... boasting. overselling his achievements. making false claims. as lieutenant governor, he skipped many of his duties, saying the job was "so dull," he only shows up to work at the state capitol "like one day a week, tops." the same gavin who, as mayor, "split town" during a massive oil spill and "jetted off..to hawaii." gavin's not gonna work... as governor.
bart )s new push to address messes that are becoming a problem for riders. that story and more tonight, cleaning up the trains. a push to clean up the mess that's are becoming a problem for riders. there's no question. our nation's schools are in the spotlight and many of the stories we're covering are terrifying. today a even thor wants her students to feel school is a safe place to love and learn and here's how she's doing it. you're looking at the class greeter in texas. one student each day greets the others with a handshake or a hug. they said it sends a clear
message to the children that they are accepted. >> he's the best greeter in the world! >> so cute. i hope to see you back here at 6:00. tonight, a major change in diagnosing one of the deadly cancer killers in america. why tens of millions of people need to get checked earlier than before. ambien tweeting, that's what roseanne said she did that got her fired. the company that makes ambien firing back. kim at the white house, kardashian, that is. the reality star and the plea for a great grandmother to be pardoned. the shocking moment, a man that faked his death in a grisly crime scene suddenly appears alive. why police say they had no other choice than to stage a murder. a wing and a prayer from a televangelist pleading for $54 million to buy his fourth jet.