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>> all right. thank you. coming up next at 11:00 p.m. >> mandatory wildfire evacuation. >> i understand. >> okay. >> i am going to hang out. >> new evacuations orders for lake county residents living in the path of the two wildfires but not everyone is willing to go. >> the 11:00 p.m. news on ktvu fox 2 news starts now. >> a familiar threat for people in lake county but no less dangerous. good evening. i am heather holmes. >> i am frank somerville. thousands of people are under mandatory evacuation orders tonight in lake county. some were just ordered out tonight. people in the spring valley area of lake county were told to leave. that the in clear lake oaks on the opposite side of the lake from where the river fire and the ranch fire started last week. we got the developing news from ktvu's debora villalon who talked to folks getting out and
some refusing to leave. >> reporter: some will wait and see -- will wait and see but this shelter got a surge of people tonight. they are in over flow mood as spring valley came under threat, not for the first time but the first time this week time this week >> this is the sheriff's office, mandatory evacuations. sheriff's office. >> reporter: deputies fanned out across the neighborhood, the plume had become more ominous with afternoon winds. residents told to leave and many did. others hesitating. >> buckle down here. ride it out. ride it out. >> the ranch fire, larger than the river fire and less contained pushing into national forest but the winds make it a a threat to lake shore communities. communities. already evacuated. >> figure you are always ready
for it but i thought we were saved this time. you know? >> reporter: spring valley wasn't in danger till now and residents did this a month ago. a week out of their homes during the pawnee fire. he pawnee fire. >> a few things were right there, we never put them away so i don't unpack. >> she won't till rains come. despite the air attacks, back fire operations and crews and on the ground fire keeps finding paths towards populated area. >> good sessions we could a -- sections we had a lot of good work done but there is a lot of land to burn. >> reporter: a fire wise community so many are wetting their homes down. before putting their faith in fire crews. crews. >> bad for the homes but cal fire and north shore fire did an excellent job protecting us last time and hope they do it again this time. >> reporter: but spring valley lost a dozen homes in the pawnee fire.
he is one of those survivors still reeling. >> 15 friends in upper lake that lost a place that are burnt to the ground. >> reporter: last month he showed us where he lived with his wife. this week he turned his attention to the new crisis and new victims. >> there is nothing else to do. after you get burned out you find some good in people. >> mandatory wildfire evacuations. >> reporter: people leaving here will find evacuation shelters in lower lake and middle town and more space for them because lake port's evacuation went from mandatory to advisory this afternoon. so of course a lot of people went home then. the hope is that since spring valley has 15,000 acres charred from the last fire and a lot of dozen lines put in, perhaps the fire will slow or it will stop
it. >> dep ruv, thank you -- debora villalon, thank you. the river fire 41,000 acres. 50% containment. 50% containment. ranch fire containment increased to 33%. together those fires destroyed 16 homes and 17 other structures. . cal fire gave an update on the carr fire. fire. looking at the cal fire map you can see the black line that shows containment on the edge of the fire near to city of redding. the fire is still very active to the north and west where the boundaries are in red. the k can have destroyed 1,060 homes and the 7th most destructive fire in history. n histor the carr fire grown to 127,000 acres. and it is only 37% contained.
the insurance commissioner is taking steps people don't have to wait to get back on their feet. he toured the fire damage and met with more thans today. he is -- homeowners today. he is asking insurers to give homeowners 25% of the value of their coverage up front. smoke from the fires is creating poor air quality across theitate and if the winds -- the state and the if winds shift it could create air quality issues. ktvu's jana katsuyama with the alert from the bay area air quality management district. agement district. >> reporter: the district issued this air quality and war people they might see smoke from the fires. from the fires. >> reporter: smoky air from the
mendocino complex incident fire goes where the wind blows and now the winds are expected to shift. >> that means those fires to the north of us will be sweeping smoke towards the bay area. >> reporter: bay area air quality district spokesperson says they issued an advisory for friday and the weekend because polluted air from lake county could creep inland, to the bay area. >> places like santa rosa, places like the inland east bay, like livermore. the walnut creek area. . >> the smoke is dangerous -- >> we need take the smoke seriously seriously . >> things that create public safety that isn't good to breathe in. >> reporter: people should be aware of systems. aware of systems. >> some of the symptoms include headaches, burning eyes.
a sore throat. wheezing. when you are breezing and increased mucus production. mu on. >> reporter: thick smoke from the carr fire in redding already prompted air quality warnings in the sacramento area. and the san francisco recreation and parks department announced it is now extending the closure of camps till august 12 because of smoke from the ferguson fire near yosemite. the epa has a website where residents can see the air quality index for their neighborhood. the bay area air quality district don't expect to issue a spare the air day but they will be monitoring. >> we monitor air pollution every hour and we put out reports on our website. . >> reporter: anyone traveling to lake tahoe should be aware the worse air quality is east of sacramento along the i-80. and the air district says if you smell smoke turn your car or home air conditioning units
to recirculate and avoid activities outside. reporting live, jana katsuyama, ktvu fox 2 news. crews in oakland cleaned up a homeless encampment today. tense and trash filled the square. neighbors say -- tents and trash filled filled the square. rushingers saw a dozen -- workers saw a dozen rats and they allowed the homeless to collect longings before clearing out the -- belongings before clearing out the park. an uber driver accused in the death of a 6-year-old girl. he was found guilty of vehicular manslaughter. he struck and killed the six- year-old on new year's eve of 2013. she was in the crosswalk with her mother and brother.
the other family members were injured but survived. he faces up to a year in jail. settled in 2015. new tonight, police in concord looking for a homicide suspect. he is accused of killing a 64- year-old inside his home on pine creek way in concord july 27. police say they knew one another but there is no word on a motive. he is also suspected of stealing his blue car. a license plate number 6zhz052. if you have seen it or him call police. an investigation after a man died in police custody. lice custody. officers were trying to detain the man but he was acting erratically yesterday afternoon. he was tased and restrained. ed and restrained.
>> reporter: employees called police saying a man returned to the store for the second time that day and being violent. they said he was -- >> acting deranged. breaking bottles. breaking bottles. alcohol bottles. for example. also picking up a cart and slamming it into the ground. >> reporter: two officers found the 38-year-old around the corner on mission drive and tried to contain him. he was cooperative and then refused to listen to their commands. >> the officers engaged in a struggle with him that lasted several minutes. during that altercation he bit one of the officers. >> reporter: the officers tased him and put him in a leg restraint device. workers saw what happened. w what happened. >> telling him to, like, stop, calm down. stuff like that. uff like that. there was so much activity. i am assuming the guy was on
the ground and there was a bunch of cops trying to restrain him. he looked like he was fine. >> reporter: but that changed when paramedic said went to put -- paramedics went to put him in the ambulance. which is routine after a suspect is tased. suspect is tased. >> starting to display distress. having difficulty breathing. >> reporter: he died at the hospital. the coroner will determine his cause of death. that will include toxicology testing. testing. he want to review the police body camera video and she reserving judgment till he determines what happened. henry lee, ktvu channel 2 news. community members came together this evening for a speak out in honor of a woman. two weeks after she was stabbed and killed that b.a.r.t. station. people were able to write letters and paint murals.
the family is holding a funeral service tomorrow morning. it starts at 11 a.m. and open to the public. colin kaepernick's name out of the new madden nfl game. the apology tonight from the video game maker. >> items left behind and a body that can't be identified. the tattoos that could help authorities identify the john dough and determine how -- john doe and determine how he died. >> and after the break the weekend forecast. tomorrow is friday. we will see you back here.
>> the body was found in this complex behind me. besides identification it is unclear how he died. here at the complex in south san jose in this car port between two homes an attendant found a body june 19. >> he was found, was not decomposed. there was no signs of injuries. >> reporter: this is a sketch of what the man looked like. hispanic. 20 to 25-years-old. the coroner's office says the man was laying face up. how he died is not yet known, not yet known, they are awaiting toxicology reports. investigators found him with is only the close on his back. no identification. they submitted his finger prints to state agencies. >> there are no hits associated to him. we now hit a wall. we have no identification. all results have been negative. >> reporter: he has never been arrested or had a government job. it is unclear if he is a citizen. >> it is disturbing. all we know there were tattoos and a shoe missing.
>> reporter: at the time the man was wearing black was wearing black pants with shorts underneath and blue socks, a blue jacket and one shoe. three tattoos. est2018 below his left chest and chest and a sleeve tattoo on his forearm and circles on his wrist. he did not appear to be homeless. the only clue, the only clue, a neighbor recalled seeing him before. >> she may or may not have seen him and at that time he appeared to be intoxicated. whether chat is alcohol or drugs we don't know. s we don >> reporter: the next step is to process his dna through the department of justice database. they are hoping tonight's information will trigger someone's memory so they could bring him back to his family. azenith smith, ktvu fox 2 news. the trump administration and the aclu are at odds over
how to reunite migrant children with their children. the administration is calling the aclu to use its resources to find parents in their home countries but the aclu says the federal government should find the parent of the 400 children. the san diego judge is said to talk to both sides tomorrow. fighting the trump administration's plan to roll back fuel efficiency standards for cars. the critics say it would hurt future generations generations and undo the progress made. >> they are taking us backwards by freezing the standards and not allowing cars to get cleaner and less expensive for consumers. >> california already has its
own strict emissions standards that the white house wants to over ride with its new rules. california and 18 other states are mounting legal challenges setting up another fight with the white house that could make its way to the supreme court. the california department of motor vehicles is giving californians weekend times. the dmv is expanding saturday services to 60 offices statewide. officials hope the extra hours will spread out customers and shorten the lines. you can find the list of the 12 offices in the bay area that will be open on saturdays on our website www.ktvu.com. the maker of the madden nfl video game is apologizing after editing out colin kaepernick's name. they did not intend to omit his name from a rap song it used in
the game. it features a lyric that says i am colin kaepernick but someone cut the name from the song. they claim it is a mistake and they are updating the song to include the reference. we will look at the temperatures from today which will mimic yesterdays. similar again tomorrow. friday temperatures, a nice day. cool out there. mild along the bay but cool at the coast where we have seen lots of fog. san francisco and the richmond district and pacifica. foggy and breaks today. sun came out at the beach and fog is back now. the east coast. so much moisture -- atmospheric river that has been really infecting this area for -- all the whole week and it will continue next week. they are getting a lot of rain.
you will see it. you will see a lot of video coming out of there of flooding. virginia especially. for us we have a weak system. that will give us a little milder weather pattern for the weekend. and then heating up again next week. fog along the coast and fog tonight. this is what you expect. this is what we are getting. a lot of fog. mild temperatures around the bay and warm temperatures inland. upper 80s. low 90s inland. pleasant. for this time of year. the fog forecast tomorrow morning, patchy along the coast. temperatures. hundreds. but still east of the -- in the eastern part of the sacramento valley. this is our temperatures. nice. fire zones too. they get a break. not much. those areas are hard to cool down. it is summer and it is
california. 90 fairfield. 95 vacaville. hot spots. 89 pleasanton. 89 livermore. air quality should be fine. not concerned. maybe high smoke but most is reserved for the eastern side of the northern sacramento valley in the southern san joaquin valley. there is the 5-day forecast. you can see nice looking weekend coming up. temperatures milder. >> thank you. coming up, the giants back in action tonight in the arizona desert hoping to gain ground in the standings. mark will have the hit that broke the game open. >> a new name for a sea otter pup at the marine mammal pup. it was stranded and sick. from thousands of online votes came the name sprout. sprout is improving, good news there. so cute. so cute.
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here. within striking distance against arizona. first inning, evan longoria launches one. he has 11 homers. come the fifth inning we have a 1-1 game. madison bumgarner through 101 pitches in five innings. got the win and he provided the game deciding run. the giants break out for five runs in the 8th. the big hit, delivered by slater. bases loaded. look at him come in from first. he should be starting every day at second base. he provides a lot for the giant. 8-1 is the final over the diamondbacks. football is here, not just the nfl, college football too.
in fact, stanford with their first day of official practice. the offense, look out. should be explosive this year. he has his heisman candidate back. he could have gone pro. no problem. talks about why he decided to return. >> coming out of high school, you know, this is the only offer i had from this side of the country, just them believing in me and putting the effort in and thinking of all the people who poured stuff into me, i am looking forward to it. >> equal time for cal bears tomorrow night. it is time that we check this out. cardinals have a fine looking right fielder. laying out right there. robbing him of extra bases. great play by a pitcher.
no problem. woods get albert pujols who is not exactly a speedster. here is the play of the night. beautiful to rob the yankees. 15-7 boston polishes off the new york yankees tonight. and the giant, slater. he thought he forgot the ball. he didn't. there you go. watch him. it is in your glove. no problem. right there. and all worth checking out for a thursday night. that is the sporting life. >> that guy playing second for the giants, man is he fast. >> youngster and i think he yesterday.
um, phil's mom died. it wasn't unexpected, he was with her, and she went very peacefully in her sleep. she and i had a special connection. we all did. but mostly me. she said i was just like her. was she weirdly competitive, too? the whole family is going down to florida tomorrow to be with phil for the service. it's such a relief. i can feel how much he needs me right now. there they are. hey, guys. oh! oh, you brought my neck pillow. i missed you so much. phil, i'm so sorry. thanks. grace was such a kind and whimsical soul. the different animals she put antlers on for christmas cards-- inspired. not a single one was photoshopped. not even the alligator? cost her the tip of her pinkie, but she had no regrets. oh! (chuckles) i'm so glad you guys are here. i hope it wasn't too hard to get away from work.