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hundreds protesting the first homeless navigation center. we are live with the proposed occasion and by leaders are facing intense opposition. a democratic presidential candidate making his first campaign stop today in san fransisco. the uphill battle facing him in the jam packed race for the white house. good morning. good morning i am dave clark. i think you like the weather today. >> it is about the same as we have had. as long as you all are happy my life is easier.
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we have a pretty good fog bank out there. yesterday was not bad, 84 officially in san jose. that is not bad they can get a lot hotter. santa clara, 85 and east san jose was 85. today fog moving up and down the coast. it will burn off sooner with the northwest wind. it is showing signs of winning out over the next few days with a more significant cooling trend. tomorrow, almost all of the temperatures will go down. 50s and 60s currently they have not moved much. mid 50s on the peninsula and foster city at 58. palo alto at 55. the fog will make 60s for the coast and inland 80s to near 90. then it looks like the inland
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temperatures are on their way down on thursday. most of the commute is normal but we have an abnormality when it comes to getting off of the richmond bridge into the east bay. there is a problem on the freeway this would be eastbound 580 heading away from the richmond bridge toward berkeley. it is a problem with an investigation of a fatality. a pedestrian was on the freeway and hit by vehicles. chp is doing an investigation on 580 eastbound along the freeway. traffic will be obviously not getting through. there is the vehicle that struck the person. on the other side over tour the richmond bridge traffic is moving but people are slowing down. again, it is going to be okay once you get to the richmond bridge but it will be slow. the bay bridge earlier issues
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that is why it is a little slower. 880 traffic is moderate. thank you. this morning a carjacking out of san francisco came to an end in oakland overnight. police say someone stole the car in the city in the morning and police ultimately chased it into oakland. it ended on the offramp from 580 eastbound that is why other surface streets had to be close. the area is back open at this time. police in richmond searching for suspects in a deadly shooting last night around 11 pm near 18 the street and chancellor. when the police arrived they found the victim who died later at a hospital. the investigation continues. the city of fremont is facing opposition to a proposed navigation center to serve the homeless. there are two places under consideration and people in the neighborhoods are expressing concerns. we are live from fremont with more on the dispute.
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>> reporter: morning. the vice mayor says they did not think it would be this difficult but it has been trying to find a site for the center. a lot of residence are not happy about the proposed locations. they are letting city leaders know about it know about it. hundreds of people packed the city council meeting and the crowd overflowed. a navigation center discussion was not even on the agenda but it did not stop more than 200 people signing up for public comment. they are opposed to two new proposed sites for shelters. both locations would be on city- owned land and the vice mayor says he feels a lot of it is driven by fear. >> both groups are now unhappy. originally it was the dakota neighbors but now i am getting petitions from city hall neighbors. ultimately we will have to make a decision that somebody will be unhappy with.
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the city leaders say they have narrowed down the city hall site and dakota site because both are near public transportation and the goal is to house up to 45 people for about half a year and ultimately get them into permanent housing. the city wants to open the center by nextyear and say the homeless published in has jumped 27% in two years. they hope to finalize a location in september. this is not the last that residents will likely speak out. the city will host two meetings next month where people can continue to voice concerns. the berkeley city council took a big step toward phasing out the use of natural gas in new building's. they report the entire counsel voted that natural gas pipelines will not be allowed in many new holding projects getting genuine first. representatives from the sierra club and pg&e also said they
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support the plan to reduce reliance on natural gas. they say it is cleaner, safer and less expensive. the new law would apply to buildings that have been reviewed by the state energy commission. a former youth basketball coach under arrest facing 32 felony charges related to child station. police believe there may be more victims. he was arrested last thursday on suspicion of ktvu plus meet with a child for sex. investigators determined he had allegedly been assaulting a child on an ongoing basis for years. investigators believe there may be other victims. he is being held on bail and scheduled to appear in court next tuesday. the house of representatives in washington voted to condemn what was called racist remarks by president donald trump who tweeted that four democratic congresswomen should go back to where they came from. >> there is no excuse for any response to those words but a swift and strong unified
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condemnation. >> the measure passed but only four republicans supported that condemnation. however, president donald trump is standing by what he said. >> it is what they say about our country. it is my opinion they hate our country. that is not good. not acceptable. thank you very much. >> that measure is the first congressional condemnation of a president and more than 100 years. a bay area group leading a lawsuit against the trump administration over its new asylum rules. the group says the new rule violates u.s. and international laws and called the move the most extreme run at an asylum ban yet. the policy says migrants who pass through another country to get to the u.s. must seek asylum there first. >> today, tom stier, the bay area billionaire and democratic activist will make his first campaign stop in a run for
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president in san francisco. we are here to explain why he may be facing an uphill battle >> reporter: he is already missed the first the base and will not be part of the next round happening later this month under rolls, tom stier had to have at least $65,000 by yesterday to qualify for the july 30 debates. that was just days after he announced his campaign. he is in the race for the 2020 nomination and a campaign representative just got back to us and said he is now focused on being part of the democratic debates in september. today he will make a stop in san francisco where he will meet supporters in the mission district at 6:30 pm. he is by far the wealthiest candidate in the 2020 race. he founded a hedge fund company here in the bay area in the 1980s. in this election cycle the extreme wealth could be a
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liability politically among democratic voters concerned about the growing wealth gap around the country. he also faces a challenge it comes to name recognition. he is a longtime donor and climate change activist in the inner circles of the democratic party but most voters around the country may not know who he is. his most recent venture was founding the group need to impeach an effort to support impeachment of president donald trump. in an interview last night he said he is focusing on something much bigger than a president donald trump in his election campaign. >> the vision has to be in my opinion only two things. we need to break the corporate control of the government. and, need to deal with climate change on day one. >> he surprised many people with his announcement that he was even running earlier this month. just six months ago he said he is not going to run. he has pledged to spend $100
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million on his 2020 bed but says he will continue to fund the impeachment effort as well as the political action committee he funded focused on fighting time and change., climate change. a new poll out this morning show senator, harris beating joe biden among california voters. 23% support the california senator well 21% support the former vice president. based on that data the numbers are still too close and they describe the california primary race as too close to call. the next debate is scheduled july 30 and 31st in detroit. tomorrow, cnn will broadcast a live drying to divide the 20 candidates into two groups. senses forms that include a controversial citizenship question are being mailed out despite a supreme court ruling that temporarily prohibits them. the question is part of the
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census bureau test to measure the impact the question would have on response rates. almost a quarter million forms have been mailed out including here in the bay area. the question asks is this person a citizen of the u.s. the census bureau started mailing out the questionnaires two weeks before the supreme court ruling. a couple in the east bay robbed outside of their home and the thieves are still on the loose. coming up i they believe the suspects are terrorizing their neighborhood. a grass fire destroys many storage spaces with valuable stuff inside. what firefighters believe may have caused it.
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yesterday was the last day of testimony. >> help we can prevent anything
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like this from happening again. >> that is why we need him locked up so we can have safety in our communities. >> that is not true. >> who did you lose in the fire? >> families of fire victims classed with a supporter of max harris. an oakland police officer testified he cleared out a raid at the warehouse nearly 2 years before the fire. he said here is was among those who confronted him. a freeze-frame of video appeared to show someone else. >> with all due respect i do not know how to say this other than officer chavez look like an idiot. >> it was a great opportunity for him to get back on the stand and show the jury his soft demeanor and let them hear his voice. >> as for his codefendant prosecutors tried to show he made it up when he testified the lumbar's son told him to lie and say no one lived at the warehouse. henry lee is reporting every
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day you can read his daily blog on ktvu.com. today, the manager of a storage business will start notifying people who rented storage spaces that a grass fire destroyed their property. the fire started yesterday afternoon along highway 4. strong wind blew the flame into the ministorage. 49 units were destroyed. others suffered smoke and water damage. the units contained items like classic cars, work tools and important documents. >> i have already had people calling to see if their stuff is lost. i have had one person come in asking where we go from here and i had to say i am sorry. unless they have insurance on their property, there is not much we can do. >> even a homeless man who lived in the grassy area near the storage units lost most of his belongings. the fire is being investigated but officials say most fires
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like this are caused by human activity particularly along a highway where a cigarette from out of the window or a vehicle malfunction can quickly start a grass fire. seismologist are measuring the black hawk area following a series of earthquakes. they recorded four quakes yesterday the strongest was at 4.3, 3.5 13 minutes later. some people in oakland felt the shaking. i felt it. along with people as far away as stockton and semper cisco. they were centered near the reservoir, the fire department reported no significant injuries or damage. these? serve as a good reminder to be prepared for emergencies have an earthquake kit on hand and an escape plan for your family.
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>> i was home alone i do not have a safety get for that. will have to start over. >> we were seated and all of a sudden felt like we were on a roller coaster when someone slammed into the back of us. >> default is the same one that caused the 5.8 earthquake in the 1980s it runs about 10 miles south of interstate 580 about 15 miles north. geologist do not think it is connected to the earthquake and morgan hill's. just a minute ago the mexican drug kingpin known as el chapo was sentenced to life in prison. we'll talk more about that later. sal is here watching the commute. >> we have the one big problem i have been talking about all morning. it is a problem with an
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investigation of a fatality. a pedestrian was on the freeway and hit by vehicles. chp is doing an investigation on 580 eastbound along the freeway. traffic will be obviously not getting through. there is the vehicle that struck the person. again, it is going to be okay once you get to the richmond bridge but it will be slow. the bay bridge earlier issues that is why it is a little slower. 880 traffic is moderate. slow traffic on highway 4 out to concorde. the oakland freeway system is okay. for the silicon valley you will see some slowing approaching
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the west valley. not much changing compared to the last 24 hours. the fog is back and we will probably see some locations above and some right where they should be. 67 in the city. the last two days have of, been above average. watch the fog continued to go up the coast. it is not making a big push inland it is going north to south. there are signs it will increase over the next 24 hours. some high clouds may come down out of the northwest. 50s and 60s on the temperatures. santa clara valley temperatures running a little cooler because of a southeast breeze making a
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difference. gilroy is 56 and saratoga also 56. you can see low clouds back on the coast with a mix of sunshine and clouds. 60s, 70s, 80s and a few low 90s. after today the inland temps will be on their way down into the lower 80s and upper 70s on friday. some visitors were not happy through parts of the iconic grand canyon being shut down. we will explain what singer beyonci and the newest lion king movie had to do with it. the most dangerous intersections for drivers in san jose and why.
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a recent study has identified the most dangerous intersection in san jose. the corner of mclaughlin and story roads had the most crashes. overall, the data found nearly 8000 intersection related crashes in the city of san jose during that timeframe. the city said it is working on a plan to improve roadway
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safety. another legal fight is underway over home marijuana delivery. a cannabis company is suing santa clara county claiming it is violating the law by preventing deliveries into on a corporate, it unincorporated areas. santa cruz county and about two dozen other local governments have sued the state to overturn the rule thing it undermines local control over pot sales. a vigil set to take place tonight for a man on life support. doctors at delta center hospital declared anthony play whole brain dead after he lost consciousness last week during a severe asthma attack.'s family has been hoping for a miracle that he would somehow come back. he agreed to be an organ donor and doctors say it is imperative to act soon when using organs for transplant. we are waiting for an update on
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funeral plans for retired the bring court justice john paul stevens. he died after suffering a stroke. he was appointed by resident gerald ford in 1975 and served until 2010. retiring at the age of 90. he was a registered republican when appointed but during his tenure he became one of the leading liberal voices on the court on issues such as abortion and consumer rights. some democratic presidential candidates are reacting to the news of his passing. >> justice stevens was an example of somebody who approached his role with a lot of dignity and class. >> i thought he was a fine man. he served the country well. >> among the scores of the rulings he delivered he will be known for writing the scathing dissent in the bush versus gore case. he wrote the opinion in the
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district of columbia versus heller a landmark case that amended the interpretation of the second amendment. he wrote the dissenting opinion in bethel versus frazier a case that restricted student freedom of speech. he later said his greatest vote, his regret was his vote -- he is expected to be buried in arlington national cemetery next to his wife who died in 2015. he was 99 years old. a possible hate crime at a local university. what was found on the stanford university campus and how officials are responding. there is a growing number of deaths along the train tracks in sonoma county. we are live with how officials are trying to improve safety.
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it is wednesday july 17. good morning. let's talk about the weather. it is nice, we really cannot complain. >> i have heard from many
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people this is the nicest summer they can recall. >> we are saying thank you. >> i had everything to do with it. here we go we are up in the beautiful city of roanoke park. a calm 56 degrees on the northern frontier of the friendly city. a couple of upper 40s. 50s for most. calistoga, 53. i think i saw 52 earlier we are beginning to make the move. fog is up and down the coast. inland, 80s to 90 degrees. temperatures are coming down a little bit. high pressure is burning off the fog rapidly. it like tomorrow things will begin to change a little bit and cooler weather will begin
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to usher in the inland areas. 50s and 60s with a south southeast on parts of the peninsula and santa clara valley. look for coastal fog and 60s, 70s, 80s to near 90. we are busy out there. i want to tell you about a freeway closure on eastbound 580 out to harbor because of a pedestrian struck and killed by a vehicle. they are still doing an investigation. chp is doing an investigion on 580 eastbound along the freeway. traffic will be obviously not getting through. there is the vehicle that struck the person. on the other side over tour the richmond bridge traffic is moving but people are slowing down. again, it is going to be okay once you get to the richmond bridge but it will be slow. the bay bridge earlier issues that is why it is a little slower.
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that is adding to the big delays, 48 minutes is the biggest delay we have had in weeks. at the bay bridge traffic backed up all the way out. it will be a 880 traffic is moderate. slow process. the south a commute is beginning to take shape. this is downtown san jose it looks okay. let's go back to the desk. mexican drug lord el chapo was just sentenced to life behind bars. just minutes ago a federal judge in new york handed down the sentence. five months after he was convicted on several counts of drug trafficking. he was brought to the u.s. to
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stand trial after escaping twice from mexican prisons. before he was sentenced, he addressed the judge complaining that he did not get a fair trial. the experts say he will likely end up at the federal government super max prison in colorado. here at home happening today the sonoma area rail transit board of directors will talk about plans they hope will put a stop to the growing number of people dying on the tracks. >> since it started nearly 2 years ago, nine people have died. we are live in roanoke park where one of the nearest recent death happen. >> reporter: the death happened just two days ago. there is a code compliance officer out here now smart. he has been out here since 6:30 am keeping an eye on the area. we're on golf course drive where actually four of the nine
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deaths have happened which is why this officer is out here. six of the nine deaths are believed to be suicides and three happened in just the last eight days. the officer out here making sure people would not go near the tracks as the train was coming. there are a lot of sign that here and a loud horn and the crossing gates go down. that is not enough to stop the spike in death. the board of directors will talk today about steps to prevent any more people from dying. they say this is not a train issue but rather a public health issue and they are getting a lot of advice before making decisions. >> we are bringing people together, we are committed in doing anything, more education, more enforcement to enforce the rules of the traffic law. by bringing professionals together to figure out what to do. >>reporter: one of the things they may be talking about today
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is possibly bringing on some off-duty officers to monitor these areas. the meeting starts at 1:30 pm and there is a public commentary. the oakland city council voted unanimously prohibit city agencies from using facial recognition software. that means the police and other departments cannot use the new technology. police do not have it so they will not be allowed to purchase it. it keeps the city from using it if the software is given to them by other law enforcement agencies. this was a preliminary vote. the city council will take the final vote in september. san francisco was the first city in the country to prohibit the software. you will not have to pay more for a shopping bag in sam cisco. the board of supervisors and proved an increase meant to encourage shoppers to bring their own bags which should
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eliminate waste. it also eliminates single use produce bags. the board said it will study how many people are bringing their own bags. the discovery of a new's on the stanford university campus is being investigated. a photo was sent by a student at a summer program that says it was taken late friday night right across the street from a dormitory. the student said several african-american students were angry and offended. the stanford department of public safety says if more information comes out the case could be reclassified as a hate crime. they say we feel it is important to state that a noose is recognized as a symbol of violence and racism directed against african-americans. such a symbol has no place on
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our campus. a couple in hayward believes two men who robbed them at gunpoint are the same ones terrorizing the neighborhood. they were robbed outside of their home in hayward last night. cameras show the robbers one of them carrying a gun approaching the couple. the victims believe they were followed after they left a restaurant. >> he told me i have a gun here. it looked like a semi automatic gun. black in color. they demanded my watch, my wallet and then he got into my side pocket and got my cell phone. >> they stole five credit cards and the victims think they are the same people who have committed other crimes in the area. for some in san francisco living in their vehicle or an rv is the only option they have. city leaders are looking at a parking lot as a first step in getting more secure housing for those people.
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supervisors want to set up a temporary triage center at a parking lot near the balboa bart station. the proposal would allow 30 vehicles and rvs to park and stay in the parking lot for 90 days. the parking lot would eventually be turned into 138 units of affordable housing. >> we have seen a dramatic increase in those living on the street in our neighborhoods. this is a way for our neighborhood to step up, show compassion and take a positive step in the right direction. >> city officials say the parking lot would have 24 hour security, social service providers would be there to help anyone with questions. supervisors will hold a meeting this saturday at balboa high school to answer any questions about the parking lot. new results out of santa clara county shows the number of homeless has spiked in some cities but actually went down in others.
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overall, the homeless population was up 31% compared to 2017. sunnyvale had the biggest increase jumping 147%. mountain view was up 46%. the number was down dramatically in morgan hill. one official said it is attributed to a flood at a mobile home park in 2017 that forced people to relocate. president donald trump is traveling to north carolina for a rally. face launched an effort to target female voters yesterday. the women for trump campaign was led by the presidents daughter-in-law laura trump. 59% of suburban women disapprove of president donald trump. the campaign is now focusing on that group. still ahead, four homes under construction
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were destroyed by a fire. police in the area are offering a reward to find out set them on fire. when you are booking a vacation many people usually book everything at once. coming up, the common mistakes many people make that is actually costing them more money.
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a $10,000 reward is being offered to find the people as possible for setting fires in a local subdivision. four homes under construction were destroyed by fire on the morning of july 4. investigators believe the fires were started by a neighborhood arsonist. despite warnings from the air force, people are getting ready to storm area 51. one motel in nevada is almost fully booked before the event in september. about 30 minutes north of the air force base the gates of the town where you find the alien seemed motel call the alien. >> i said i do not think it sounds like a good idea. it is a real air force base. >> they know where you are at all times.
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satellite, ground sensors, roving patrols. you do not get very far in there. >> a facebook event page went viral over the past week with more than 1 million users responded they would go to the military installation on september 20. the air force responded and said the military base is used to test and train combat aircraft and any attempt to get in there is dangerous for anybody. officials have more money to eradicate an ed seven rodent threatening waterways in the delta. the state is allocating almost $2 million to get rid of the 15 pound rodents. they can threaten wildlife and get into the canals and tear up the wetlands. the state department is planning on using birth control and dogs to help catch them. officials in arizona are being
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criticized for letting beyonci film a music video in the grand canyon to promote the new lion king video. >>[ music ] >> the lion king video was shot last month at have a sioux falls which meant the area was closed to the public work many people complained. the tribal officials apologized but said using the location was a chance to celebrate and honor its natural beauty. let's go to sal . >> we do have traffic out there that is busy on interstate 80.
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it is a slow drive in berkeley. 49 minutes from the bridge to macarthur. we are up at 20 minutes extra and that area. we also have the problem on 580 eastbound getting away from the richmond bridge there is a freeway closure and detour westbound traffic getting over to marin is okay although a little so. 680 is slow conquered to walnut creek. 24 is not that bad. you can see it is slow as normal. 880 is beginning to slow down. this is the easiest day of the week so far. the southbay commute continues to be slow into san jose. northbound 280 on the right seems to be okay. we are a few seconds away from
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7:47. we have fog and low clouds in place. although on monday we have no fog and stay we have had more. it feels cooler in livermore with clear skies. same for lack,, low 60s already for some. the fog going up the coast, not a strong surge inland. it burned off quickly yesterday because everything is coming down from the northwest. it looks like the system in the pacific northwest will deepen the ridge and that will allow a west southwest breeze. 50s and 60s on the temperatures. the water temperature at bacon bay is 50 degrees.
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san fransisco buoy is 53. hayward is a little cooler compared to the north northwest. maybe there are settle hence the pattern is changing slowly. inland 80s to a if you 90s. a cooling trend kicks in tomorrow. watch how the fog picks up late tonight and tomorrow. 60s, 70s and 80s or low 90s is what we have been dealing with. dave and i were talking about this. we were both in walnut creek and it did not feel like 90 degrees. it felt very pleasant. more fog on thursday cooler into friday and nice on the weekend. the opioid epidemic
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continues to be a big problem around the country. the fight against it is turning to mothers. coming up, why doctors say more newborn babies with opiate withdrawal and the one california recovery service that hopes to stop the problem. will robots and artificial intelligence steal your job? why women are more in danger of losing their jobs to a robot than men.
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welcome back. today is day two of hearings on capitol hill about a controversial digital currency proposed by facebook. senators from both sides of the aisle questioned facebook about its crypto currency. lawmakers are skeptical facebook can be trusted with personal banking information with the recent data breaches and privacy scandals. >> facebook wants to control the money supply. what could possibly go wrong? >> we have made mistakes in the past and have been working and continue to work really hard to get better. we have invested in a number of programs notably on privacy, election integrity and other issues. >> the crypto currency is backed by companies including ebay, mastercard, paypal, uber and visa. facebook says it helps people who do not have the accounts well making it faster and
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cheaper to send money online. strong earnings reports are helping the markets this morning. one local company will have to answer the question what is next. >> reporter: what is next for netflix. they reported earnings that analysts are looking forward to hear what they have planned. it is losing shows as competition is launching their own streaming services. when the opening bell rang this morning, bank of america and united airlines traded higher beating the estimate for the quarter. a little pressure and uncertainty over the economy. the dow jones hit a new record high bouncing back this morning downed 92 points. the s&p 500 has slipped below
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3000. the nasdaq down about a third of the% to 8194. ikea is closing it's only u.s. factory. they will move their operations from virginia to europe where production costs are lower. they say the price of raw materials in the u.s. is a key factor. 300 people will lose their jobs. a new study shows women are more at risk of losing their jobs to robots. a new study says 10% of women could lose their jobs to robots compared to 4% of men. robots are more likely to be used in service jobs where there are more women. they worn the rise of robots could widen the already existing pay and wealth gaps between men and women. according to travel experts there is time to plan the summer vacation but do not make the common mistake of bundling
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airfare with hotel. experts say you should never book your flight and hotel at the same time because the best time to purchase plane tickets and hotel rooms are opposite. flights should be booked 6-7 weeks before your vacation but hotel prices go down the longer you wait. most are only two thirds ll on many nights. those hotels sites, you can book hotel rooms to secure if you feel like you want to make sure it is booked and they will often not require you to cancel them until the last minute. in the meantime you can look for cheaper prices. for the next 10 years, san fransisco city college will remain tuition free for city residents. there is enough money to start the program a year earlier than expected.
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it is expected to cost about $60 million per year. the city is providing an extra $5.5 million to pay for past expenses. a meeting of the you see regions continue today in san fransisco. they are looking for a new method for tuition increases. each new class of freshmen with see a higher tuition. the cost would then be locked in at that price for those students as long as they are enrolled. supporters say it would make tuition predictable and also stabilize revenue for campuses. apple is celebrating world e moe g day. you can now pick any combination of skin tone and gender to personalize them. they are increasing in number
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of animal emojois. apple will also continue its push to have more disability seemed emojois. you will have 59 new designs to from this fall with a free software update. condemning president donald trump for a tweet some lawmakers call races. coming up, we'll take a look at the resolution and what president donald trump says about it. several people rattled by several earthquakes in the east day. we are tracking the after shocks.
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good morning welcome back to mornings on 2. let's talk about the weather it will be another nice one. meteorologist steve paulson orting up another great forecast. >> i have decided today will be nice again.
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we will take a look toward san jose. yesterday the high temperatures were not that far above average. there is a south southeast breeze now for mountain view, san jose and hayward. that is a different twist then yesterday. 83 in san jose. most locations will be near to slightly normal. the fog is there but making a good move to napa valley. it is more on the coast then inland. what is on the bay has a tendency to burn off fast. 50s and 60s and another day of
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fog and sunshine on the coast. 70s in the bay and 80s and 90s in the interior. a lot of slow traffic leading up to the bay bridge. it has been slow coming up to the bay bridge affecting the east shore freeway. i have better news for interstate 580 getting away from the eastman bridge. the lanes are open on the left and traffic is getting through with the freeway back open after an earlier fatal injury crash involving a pedestrian. traffic in both directions is moving well on 580 at richmond. looking at interstate 880 slow from near marina boulevard all the way up into downtown oakland. 580 is slow as well. the san mateo bridge busy. nothing out of the ordinary but not an easy commute. in the silicon valley, 101 slow to mountain view.
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this is downtown san jose northbound 280 on the right traffic is okay. thank you. this morning a carjacking out of san francisco came to an end in oakland overnight. police say someone stole the car in the city in the morning and police ultimately chased it into oakland. it ended on the offramp from 580 eastbound that is why other surface streets had to be closed. the area is back open at this time. police in richmond searching for suspects in a deadly shooting last night around 11 pm near 18th street and chancellor. when the police arrived they found the victim who died later at a hospital. the investigation continues. the city of fremont is facing opposition to a proposed navigation center to serve the homeless. there are two places under consideration and people in the neighborhoods are expressing concerns. we are live from fremont with more on the dispute. >> reporter: morning. the vice mayor says they did not think it would be this difficult but it has been
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trying to find a site for the center. a lot of residence are nothappy about the proposed locations. they are letting city leaders know about it know about it. hundreds of people packed the city council meeting and the crowd overflowed. a navigation center discussion was not even on the agenda but it did not stop more than 200 people signing up for public comment. they are opposed to two new proposed sites for shelters. both locations would be on city- owned land and the vice mayor says he feels a lot of it is driven by fear. we spoke with a man this morning who says he is worried about safety issues. >> look at all of the avenues available in the city even industrial areas where there are no residents. at the same time we are taking care of the homeless immunity.
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>>reporter:the city leaders say they have narrowed down the city hall site and dakota site because both are near public transportation and the goal is to house up to 45 people for about half a year and ultimately get them into permanent housing. the city wants to open the center by next year and say the homeless population hasjumped 27% in two years. they hope to finalize a location in september. this is not the last that residents will likely speak out. the city will host two meetings next month where people can continue to voice concerns. a former youth basketball coach under arrest facing 32 felony charges related to child molestation. police believe there may be more victims. he was arrested last thursday a suspicion of trying to meet
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with a child for sex. investigators determined he had allegedly been assaulting a child on an ongoing basis for years. investigators believe there may be other victims. he is being held on bail and scheduled to appear in court next tuesday. the house of representatives in washington voted to condemn what was called racist remarks by president donald trump who tweeted that four democratic congresswomen should go back to where they came from. >> there is no excuse for any response to those words but a swift and strong unified condemnation. >> the measure passed but only four republicans supported that condemnation. however, president donald trump is standing by what he said. >> it is what they say about our country. it is my opinion they hate our country. that is not good. not acceptable. thank you very much. >> that measure is the first congressional condemnation of a president in more than 100 years. a bay area group leading a lawsuit against the trump administration over its new
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asylum rules. the group says the new rule violates u.s. and international laws and called the move the most extreme run at an asylum ban yet. the policy says migrants who pass through another country to get to the u.s. must seek asylum there first. today, tom stier, the bay area billionaire and democratic activist will make his first campaign stop in a run for president in san francisco. we are here to explain why he may be facing an uphill battle . >> reporter: one of his representatives says he is focused on qualifying for the debates in september. he will need to have at least 2% of support in the polls and 130,000 separate donors. today he will make a stop in san francisco where he will meet supporters in the mission district at 6:30 pm.
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he also faces a challenge it comes to name recognition. he is a longtime donor and climate change activist in the inner circles of the democratic party but most voters around the country may not know who he is. his most recent venture was founding the group need to impeach an effort to support impeachment of president donald trump. in an interview last night he said he is focusing on something much bigger than the current president in his election campaign. >> the vision has to be in my opinion only two things. we need to break the corporate control of the government. and, need to deal with climate change on day one. i have been trying to get power back to the people directly in every way i can. >> reporter: he is poured millions of dollars of his own money into several california ballot measures.
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even though he is positioning himself as an outsider he has been a long time donor and climate change activists. back to you. a new poll out this morning show senator kamala harris beating joe biden among california voters. 23% support the california senator while 21% support the former vice president. based on that data the numbers are still too close and they describe the california primary race as too close to call. the next debate is scheduled july 30 and 31st in detroit. tomorrow, cnn will broadcast a
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live drawing to divide the 20 candidates into two groups. census forms that include a controversial citizenship question are being mailed out despite a supreme court ruling that temporarily prohibits them. the question is part of the census bureau test to measure the impact the question would have on response rates. almost a quarter million forms have been mailed out including here in the bay area. the question asks is this person a citizen of the u.s. the census bureau started mailing out the questionnaires two weeks before the supreme court ruling. second several people rattled by earthquakes in the valley. we are tracking the aftershocks. a grass fire destroys notable units at a storage facility. find out what firefighters say they believe is the cause. ♪ ♪ here i go again on my own
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good morning. yesterday was the last day of testimony. >> i hope we can prevent anythinglike this from happening again. >> that is why we need him locked up so we can have safety in our communities. >> that is not true. >> who did you lose in the fire? >> families of fire victims classed with a supporter of max harris.
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an oakland police officer testified he could out a raveat the warehouse nearly 2 years before the fire. he said here is was among those who confronted him. a freeze-frame of video appeared to show someone else. >> with all due respect i do not know how to say this other than officer chavez look like an idiot. >> it was a great opportunity for him to get back on the stand and show the jury his soft demeanor and let them hear his voice. >> as for his codefendant prosecutors tried to show he made it up when he testified the landlords son told him in an email tolie and say no one lived at the warehouse. henry lee is reporting every day you can read his daily blog on ktvu.com. today, the manager of a storage business will start notifying people who rented storage spaces that a grass fire destroyed their property. the fire started yesterday afternoon along highway 4.
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strong wind blew the flame into the ministorage. 49 units were destroyed. others suffered smoke and water damage. the units contained items like classic cars, work tools and important documents. >> i have already had people calling to see if their stuff is lost. i have had one person come in asking where we go from here and i had to say i am sorry. unless they have insurance on their property, there is not much we can do. >> even a homeless man who lived in the grassy area near the storage units lost most of his belongings. the fire is being investigated but officials say most fires like this are caused by human activity particularly along a highway where a cigarette from out of the window or a vehicle malfunction can quickly start a grass fire. seismologist are measuring the black hawk area following a series of earthquakes. they recorded four quakes
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yesterday the strongest was at 4.3, 3.5 13 minutes later. some people in oakland felt the shaking. along with people as far away a stockton and san fransisco. they were centered near the reservoir, the fire department reported no significant injuries or damage. theseserve as a good reminder to be prepared for emergencies have an earthquake kit on hand and an escape plan for your family. >> i was home alone i do not have a safety emergency kit for that. >> we were seated and all of a sudden felt like we were on a roller coaster when someone slammed into the back of us. >> the fault is the same one that caused the 5.8 earthquake in the 1980s it runs about 10
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miles south of interstate 580 about 15 miles north. geologist do not think it is connected to the earthquake and morgan hill.
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another day where fog is up and down the coast. napa valley does have fog. not much until you get down around monterey. there is a southeast breeze at the southern end of the santa clara valley. it is looking cooler today. san jose going a little bit below average at 83. everyone will be within a view
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degrees. santa rosa is one of the hot spots this week at 90 degrees. the fog moving up the coast into napa county. that burns off quickly but it is making a push. temperatures today but to be similar to where they have been and that was in the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. 50s and 60s a little slow to warm up but we are getting there. a little cooler than yesterday. fog retreats and then sunshine on the coast and inland sunny. warm to hot inland although the cooling trend for everyone begins thursday that will take us into friday. and other fig, another big fog bank tomorrow that will carry us into a cooler pattern. today, 60s, 70s and 80s.
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some low 90s far enough inland. cooler toward the santa clara valley with temperatures dropping off about 4 degrees. the coolest day looks to be friday and slightly warmer on the weekend. here is a reminder to everyone to download the ktvu weather app it as interactive radar and your hourly updates with the 7- day forecast. it is free to download. once a problem for the state of louisiana and now a problem for the golden state. a look at the plan to get rid of giant rodents invading the california wetlands. ds.
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new government statistics shows retailers shipping more painkillers across the country as the addiction skyrocketed. pediatricians say a baby is born suffering from opiate withdrawal every 15 minutes. the number of babies suffering from secondhand addiction or than doubled since 2005. many new mothers never get the help they need for fear their baby will be taken away.
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a treatment clinic in bakersfield is looking to help mothers and babies stay together. >> they know how to help her. i felt guilty and ashamed. >> separating them does not work. it is not conducive to the overall picture. we want to treat the mother and we want the child to stay with the mother. >> drug councils say treatment has evolved over the years. instead of separating the mother keeping families together shows babies often recover faster. a study has identified the most dangerous intersection in san jose. the corner of mclaughlin and story roads had the most crashes. overall, the data found nearly 8000 intersection related crashes in the city of san jose during that timeframe. the city said it is working on a plan to improve roadway
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safety. another legal fight is underway over home marijuana delivery. a cannabis company is suing santa clara county claiming it is violating the law by preventing deliveries into unincorporatedareas. santa cruz county and about two dozen other local governments have sued the state to overturn the rule saying it undermines local control over pot sales. a vigil set to take place tonight for a man on life support. doctors at delta center hospital declared anthony play whole brain dead after he lost consciousness last week during a severe asthma attack. hisfamily has been hoping for a miracle that he would somehow come back. he agreed to be an organ donor and doctors say it is imperative to act soon when using organs for transplant.
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will come back. a lot of talk out there about how the san francisco giants are playing good baseball. so are the oakland athletics. it is a nice day to get out for a game. >> go all in. >> fog, sunshine on the coast but not much inland. there is some in napa. not much of a difference it is cooler but the low clouds out there will burn off rapidly. everything is coming down at a
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the northwest. san jose is running cooler than 24 hours ago. southeast breeze in san jose at 16. monterey is 56, san fransisco 57. cold degrees on the water. tonight and tomorrow looks like a bigger fog bank with drizzle taking us into a cooler thursday. today, temperatures will be 60s and 90s inland. somewhere traffic improving slightly. on some of our toughest east bay commutes i am looking at traffic improvement 40 minutes driving from the bridge to macarthur is slow. 880 has been so slow people have been using 580 and that is
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slow at of san leandro. almost everywhere you look ow traffic. southbound 101 at san rafael is slow. 680 is slow around concorde. the south bay commute is slow into cupertino and mountain view. here at home happening today the sonoma marin area rail transit board of directors will talk about plans they hope will put a stop to the growing number of people dying on the tracks. >> since it started nearly 2 years ago, nine people have died. we are live in roanoke park where one of the nearest recent death occurred. >> reporter: the death happened just two days ago. there is a code compliance officer out here now smart. he has been out here since 6:30 am keeping an eye on the area.
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we're on golf course drive where actually four of the nine deaths have happened which is why this officer is out here. six of the nine deaths are believed to be suicides and three happened in just the last eight days. the officer out here making sure people would not go near the tracks as the train was coming. there are a lot of signs out here and a loud horn and the crossing gates go down. that is not enough to stop the spike in death. the board of directors will talk today about steps to prevent any more people from dying. they say this is not a train issue but rather a public health issue and they are getting a lot of advice before making decisions. >> we are bringing people together, we are committed in doing anything, more education, more enforcement to enforce the rules of the traffic law. by bringing professionals together to figure out what to do. >> reporter: back out here you can see the code compliance
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officer again. one of the thingsthey may be talking about today is possibly bringing on some off-duty officers to monitor these areas. the meeting starts at 1:30 pm and there is a public commentary. the oakland city council voted unanimously to prohibit city agencies from using facial recognition software. that means the police and other departments cannot use the new technology. police do not have it so they will not be allowed to purchase it. it keeps the city from using it if the software is given to them by other law enforcement  agencies. this was a preliminary vote. the city council will take the final vote in september. san francisco was the first city in the country to prohibit the software. you will have paymore for a shopping bag in san francisco.
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the board of supervisors and proved an increase meant to encourage shoppers to bring their own bags which should eliminate waste. it also eliminates single use produce bags. the board said it will study how many people are bringing their own bags. the discovery of a noose on the stanford university campus is being investigated. a photo was sent by a student at a summer program that says it was taken late friday night right across the street from a dormitory. the student said several african-american students were angry and offended. the stanford department of public safety says if more information comes out the case could be reclassified as a hate crime. they say we feel it is important to state that a noose is recognized as a symbol of violence and racism directed against african-americans. such a symbol has no place on
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our campus. a couple in hayward believes two men who robbed them at gunpoint are the same ones terrorizing the neighborhood. they were robbed outside of their home in hayward last night. cameras showheobrs one of them carrying a gun approaching the couple. the victims believe they were followed after they left a restaurant. >> he told me i have a gun here. it looked like a semi automatic gun. black in color. they demanded my watch, my wallet and then he got into my side pocket and got my cell phone. >> they stole five credit cards and the victims think they are the same people who have committed other crimes in the area. for some in san francisco living in their vehicle or an rv is the only option they have. city leaders are looking at a parking lot as a first step in getting more secure housing for those people. supervisors want to set up a temporary triage center at a parking lot near the balboa bart station.
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the proposal would allow 30 vehicles and rvs to park and stay in the parking lot for 90 days. the parking lot would eventually be turned into 138 units of affordable housing. >> we have seen a dramatic increase in those living on the street in our neighborhoods. this is a way for our neighborhood to step up, show compassion and take a positive step in the right direction. >> city officials say the parking lot would have 24 hour security, social service providers would be there to help anyone with questions. supervisors will hold a meeting this saturday at balboa high school to answer any questions about the parking lot. new results out of santa clara county shows the number of homeless has spiked in some cities but actually went down in others. overall, the homeless population was up 31% compared to 2017. sunnyvale had the biggest increase jumping 147%.
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mountain view was up 46%. the number was down dramatically in morgan hill. one official said it is attributed to a flood at a mobile home park in 2017 that forced people to relocate. the nuclear regulatory commission wants to cut back on inspections. the argument is it would help cut costs. the latest inspections show facilities are operating well so the inspections should not have to be as competent a. suggestions include extending time with gaps of as much as three years. the changes would improve efficiency well helping to ensure reasonable insurance of adequate reduction to the public. mexican drug lord el chapo sentenced this morning. how long he was sentenced. facial recognition played a
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role in the home, the new app that is helping reunite people with their lost pets. we can actually see san fransisco. the fog has lifted. northbound 101 traffic moderately heavy approaching the split. >> the fog is doing what it has been the past couple of mornings. temperatures are warming up. we will see what is in store coming up.
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mexican drug lord el chapo was just sentenced to life behind bars. just minutes ago a federal judge in new york handed down the sentence. five months after he was convicted on several counts of drug trafficking. he was brought to the u.s. to stand trial after escaping twice from mexican prisons. before he was sentenced, he addressed the judge complaining that he did not get a fair trial. the experts say he will likely end up at the federal government super max prison in colorado. a new study blames climate change for the wildfires in telephone. the study says the sierra nevada and the north coast will continue to be at risk. 15 out of the 20 happened during the summer. a reward
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offered to find the people responsible for intentionally setting fires at a local subdivision. investigators say they believe the fires were started by an arsonist. we are waiting for an update on funeral plans for retired the bring court justice john paul stevens. he died after suffering a stroke. he was appointed by president gerald ford in 1975 and served until 2010. retiring at the age of 90. he was a registered republican when appointed but during his tenure he became one of the leading liberal voices on the court on issues such as abortion and consumer rights. some democratic presidential candidates are reacting to the news of his passing. >> justice stevens was an example of somebody who approached his role with a lot of dignity and class. >> i thought he was a fine man.
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he served the country well. >> among the scores of the rulings he delivered he will be known for writing the scathing dissent in the bush versus gore case. he wrote the opinion in the district of columbia versus heller a landmark case that amended the interpretation of the second amendment. he wrote the dissenting opinion in bethel versus frazier a case that restricted student freedom of speech. he later said his greatest regret was his boat in 1976 to reinstate the death penalty after a four year hiatus. he isexpected to be buried in arlington national cemetery next to his wife who died in 2015. he was 99 years old. wildlife officials have
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more money to eradicate a rodent threatening waterways in the delta. the state is allocating almost $2 million to get rid of the rodents that threaten wildlife and tear up wetlands. the state department plans to use birth control and dogs to help catch them. if you are hitting the roads be glad you didn't earlier. >> they are still difficult and one of the things we are seeing is improvement but it will take a while. let's take a look at 80 westbound. a 43 minute drive from the bridge to macarthur. you will see a big bay bridge because of earlier issues. they cleared the accident but the damage remains. the same thing 880. traffic has been so slow it has been encouraging people to use
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580 which is slow at of san leandro. the east bay commute has been very slow. traffic here will be slow on the san mateo and the dunbarn bridge and throughout the south bay. let's bring steve in. the fog is burning back for some. it never made it to sfo. moving up the coast but not much inland. it will be a warm to hot they inland. you can see the fog marching up the coast but again more north to south. then moving west to east and the dry air coming down at a the northwest holding onto high pressure, 60s in the temperatures not jumping up that quickly. cooler then this time
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yesterday. a southeast breeze at 16 miles per hour coming up the santa clara valley. water temperatures continue to be cooler. san francisco is at 53 below average monterey at 61 and sacramento at 63. president donald trump . warm to hot inland with low 90s and a lot of upper 80s. tomorrow, a much bigger fog bank and decent onshore wind which is not something we have had. it has been a crazy wind pattern. sfo is calm but in the afternoon they are getting gusting up to 40 miles per hour. 60s, 70s, 80s and low 90s on the temperatures. a little cooler in san jose and santa clara because of the wind. more fog thursday and friday
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and then nice over the weekend. coming up, senator kamala harris taking the lead in california before her democratic contenders. when you are booking a vacation many people usually book at once. coming up will explain the common mistake you might be making that could be costing you money. you got your homework? yeah. yeah? hey, give me a kiss. announcer: what's the role of a car company? [ kisses ] announcer: to take your kids to and from school? don't forget your science project. announcer: we think it can be something bigger. everybody take your seats.
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will come back there is a
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growing movement to use facial recognition technology to help find missing pets. an animal shelter in oregon is taking part in a pallet program with an app that allows users to upload pictures of lost pets to find potential matches posted by other users. >> we are adding another tool to our toolbox in addition to licensing and micro-chipping to make sure people have the tools at their disposal to find their lost pets. >> the hardest part is getting the pets to cooperate. they recommend taking the photo of your pet now so if it goes missing you can upload the photo and see if there are any matches. today is day two of the controversial proposal by facebook and its. currently. lawmakers are skeptical that facebook can be trusted banking information. facebook says it has invested in a number of programs on
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privacy. it is backed by companies including ebay, mastercard, paypal, uber and visa. facebook says it helps people who do not have bank accounts while making it faster and cheaper to send money online. shoppers were out in force during amazon prime day. >> amazon says it was better than the last black friday and cyber monday combined. they did not release sales in dollars but reports 175 million items were sold during this year's event. the other big retailers who jumped in to get failed as well report failed jumped 54% on monday compared to a typical summer day. that is helping the retailers. when the opening bell rang shares in bank of america and united airlines are trading higher. both beat estimates for the quarter. netflix reports after the
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closing bell. checking in on the numbers a downside after the dow hit a record high yesterday. a live look at the big board down just a little bit. the s&p 500 dipping back below 3000. the nasdaq is down slightly as well. ikea closing it's only u.s. factory. they will move their operations from virginia to europe where it says production costing is lower. the price of raw materials in the u.s. is a key factor in the decision. 300 people will lose their jobs because of the closure. in an effort to get more people to go electric, san fransisco is working to get more charging stations around the city. the mayor along with the visors introduced the plan yesterday. they want to install more charging stations in public and private parking lots and the rogers park it would require lots and garages to install charging stations next to at
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least 10% of spaces. the lyft bike sharing program is expanding. the company goes by a wheeled expanding service to oakland and san jose. it is looking to bring bicycles to oakland street and to appeal a decision that allows other competitors in san fransisco. netflix reporting earnings after the closing bell. analysts will look forward to hear what they have planned for the future as other companies have launched into the streaming service. they are losing a lot of shows, the disney movies, the office, friends. but they got a big jump start on original programming. expect them to announced today may be something coming in the fall. a new study shows women are more at risk of losing their jobs to robots than men.
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4% are in jobs that could be taken over. that is because robots are more likely to be used in the service job industry where more women are employed. the rise of robots could actually widen the already existing pay and wealth gaps between men and women. according to travel experts there is time to plan the summer vacation but do not make the common mistake of bundling airfare with hotel. experts say you should never book your flight and hotel at the same time because the best time to purchase plane tickets and hotel rooms are opposite. flights should be booked 6-7 weeks before your vacation but hotel prices go down the longer you wait. most are only two thirds full on many nights. those hotels sites, you can book hotel rooms to secure if you feel like you want to make sure it is booked and they will often not require you to cancel them until the last minute. in the meantime you can look for cheaper prices. coming up, straight ahead, the number of amazon prime membership's that were canceled after the two prime days. up next is world emoji day and
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apple is showcasing its new batch of emojois. what they are after the break.
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will celebrating world emoji today. the high-tech dryness introducing new emojis coming up this fall. apple is also increasing the number of animal emojis, to include a swan, skunk and orangutan. apple is continuing to push more disability things emojis. this year's editions include a guide dog, a girl in a wheelchair and a prosthetic arm. they will be available this fall when you date your software. astronauts believe they
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could turn parts of space into farmland. they plan to harvest chili peppers on top of the international space station. they are actually fruit, meaning the chili pepper will be the first fruit ever grown by nasa in space. it can grow at an extremely high altitude, is rich in vitamin c and part of nasa's mission to send the first humans to mars. tourists are booking a hotel in coastal storm area 51. you can find an alien themed hotel. >> we will storm area 51. i said, i don't think that sounds like a very good idea. you realize it is a real air force base? >> they know where you are at all times, believe me. satellite, ground sensors, roving patrols, you don't get very far in there.
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>> this all started with a facebook event page that went viral over the weekend. over 1 million users responded they would go on september 20. the air force responded by saying, that base is used to test and train combat aircraft and any attempts to illegally access that area is dangerous. tribal officials in arizona are being criticized for letting beyonci phil film a video to promote the new "lion king" video at the grand canyon. "the lion king" spirit video was shot last night at have a sioux falls. that meant the area with closed to the public. many people complained because permits to visit the area are hard to get. tribal officials apologized and said using the location was a chance to celebrate and honor its natural beauty. if you can find a busch beer pop up store in the woods, you could win free coffee free
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beer for life. >> for one day and one day only, we are opening the most exclusive pop up ever. >> the beer company is teaming up with the latest pop up trend . everyone who finds their way to their top-secret pop-up has a chance to win free beer for life. facebook under scrutiny on capitol hill. the questions lawmakers from the house has four the company. san francisco is struggling to address its homeless crisis. people are living without shelter and what can be done to fix a problem. sending messages of support. we will introduce you to the teenager writing letters to immigrants detained at the u. s.-mexico border. just like that, it is a middle of the week.

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