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cigarette butts. the cleanup will take place between 1 and 3 p.m. participants have to show up before 145 in order to qualify for that ticket giveaway. the winner will get a pair of one day tickets to outside lands music festival, which runs august 9th to the 11th. >> it's just miserable people, barely can barely muster the energy to get up, to get food, to get water, to take care of their pets, to do anything. >> the overwhelming heat wave hitting the bay area now turns deadly in san jose after a homeless person dies. why advocates for the homeless say more needs to be done to keep people safe. and the continuing battle for firefighters in butte county. the injuries firefighters have suffered while trying to stop the thompson fire from spreading near the oroville dam. >> from ktvu fox two news this

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is mornings on two. >> no doubt it's a hot one. good morning and welcome to mornings on two. i'm james torres and good morning i'm dave clark. >> welcome to thursday the 4th of july. good to see you. good to see you, sir. he's one of the great soccer players. did you know that, roberta? >> i did know that. see, everybody knew doug i. >> stop. keep going, keep going. >> i know right? no, i have people on the street asking me about your soccer abilities. i'll tell you. do come out. >> we'll show them a thing or two. >> there you go. >> hi, everybody. good morning to you. we had a couple of record high temperatures yesterday. it will not be as hot today, but boy, it is still sizzling in our inland areas. livermore yesterday topped off at 110 degrees san rafael at 100 degrees. those are two brand new records here in the bay area. so the excessive heat warning continues all the way through tuesday. the advisory continues bayside and around the peninsula. meanwhile, we do have a spare the air day in effect

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for hazy conditions. plus, we're not even factoring yet all that grilling that's going to be going on. and we do have that red flag warning in effect all the way until about this time tomorrow morning. meanwhile, at this hour, 55 degrees in half moon bay to 72 degrees in walnut creek, it has not dropped beneath 70 degrees in san jose or the tri valley all morning long and later today, 73 at the beaches, 77 in san francisco. 80s 90s around the bay to the triple digits inland. outside number today 105 degrees. i've got the full forecast coming up and especially if it's a 4th of july, you got to have a hot dog, got to go out to the ball game. we will have the ace forecast as well. meanwhile back to you gentlemen. >> all right. thank you roberta. and why don't we get a look outside this morning taking a look at some of these traffic maps here we see lots of green light conditions. it is a holiday, of course, so we don't expect that a lot of traffic is going to be on the roads for pretty much a majority of the morning. however, if you're

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heading into san francisco, surely you can expect maybe a little bit of a backup on the bay bridge. but of course we'll keep an eye on that. but taking a look at these maps here in the south bay, that silicon valley commute probably nonexistent today, as we know a lot of folks have the day off. we'll keep our eyes on it and keep you posted all throughout the morning. for now, all federal and state buildings are closed today. that includes post offices, courthouses, banks and stock markets. many businesses are open, including large retailers just like target, walmart and sam's club. depending on the store, they may also have some reduced hours. costco, however, is one of the few major businesses that will be closed today. >> all right, our time is now 503. at least one person has died in san jose, and heat related causes are blamed. mayor matt mehan confirmed that a homeless person died. it's the first reported death during this deadly heat wave that's hitting the bay area. advocacy groups say this death could have been prevented. >> it was completely expected when the overnight or the cooling centers aren't open

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overnight and nobody can lay down there and they're not offered anything. no electrolytes, no cooling towels, no nothing. so it was completely expected. and it's hot out there in camps. >> so both the mayor and advocacy groups say they're trying to get more resources out to the cooling centers and to the unhoused. >> power is back throughout contra costa county this morning, a pg and e outage map shows current issues in the bay area. they're all minor for now. no major problems to report now. the situation was certainly much worse. just a few hours ago. that was when the outage map showed red triangles west of antioch, specifically in the bay point pittsburg area. at least 5000 pg and e customers were affected. pg and e says the preliminary determination is that hot weather caused the outage. in the meantime, there are currently no pg and e public safety power shut offs for today. cal fire crews are battling fires across the state. dave, hand that one to you. >> yeah, they're battling those fires around the state. the

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whole west coast is dealing with these sweltering conditions. we have. take a look at some of the wildfires burning across california. we do have a map. we'll get it to you if we can, from as far north as siskiyou county, all the way down to san diego, the wildfires from 13,000 acres to just ten acres, have firefighters working overtime during the extreme weather. now parts of the east bay hills will be closed off. anyone who does not live in the area, you won't be allowed in. berkeley and oakland, officials are closing parts of grizzly peak boulevard and panoramic way. these areas, in particular, historically attract people who want to set off illegal fireworks. that's why officials decided to close off the area to prevent fires. remember, there was a fire on grizzly peak just monday night. it's still not clear how that fire started all roads in the oakland and berkeley hills will reopen by 5:00 tomorrow morning.

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>> 505 your time this morning. fire crews are making good progress on the thompson fire in oroville. it's burned more than 3500 acres near lake oroville since it broke out tuesday, crews say. they added rather the added challenge of high temperatures and unpredictable winds makes containment particularly difficult. the fire agency has deployed more than 1400 personnel from across the state to fight from the ground and the air. >> we get to see different terrain, different fire behavior, just a lot more experience sets and reps and being able to just different experiences and bring that back home and make you a more effective firefighter back in your home agency. >> the goal here is now to protect homes and other buildings while several buildings and facilities have been threatened by the fire, the department of water resources says there are no risks to the oroville dam. >> well, thousands of people who were evacuated because the thompson fires burning near their community are still dealing with that. this morning. but the amount of containment is growing. the butte county

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sheriff is letting some evacuees go back home. >> it's been very helpful to be able to come over here and just pop and grab a couple of things and just see how our neighbors are doing. we did hear a couple of neighbors lost their house, and it just overwhelmingly just, blessed that we were safe and that they did such an amazing job last night. it's incredible. >> now, the exact number of buildings destroyed hasn't been released yet, but cal fire says at least eight people have been injured and cal fire launching a new website to help us get the latest updates on fires across the state. >> right now, there's a map showing live updates on the thompson fire. like the resources for fighting the fire, how much has been contained, evacuations and shelters, things like that. as part of the new fire dot ca.gov site, this new platform is largely thanks to advancements in technology such as artificial intelligence using about 1100 cameras to spot smoke and fires, and something pops up on within that camera feed. >> it will then populate on the

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screen, so that gives them the ability to take immediate action with the ai. >> if you see smoke in a camera, that will automatically populate on the map, correct? >> that new technology is now in all of cal fire's 21 emergency command centers, giving hundreds of real time updates a week on the new site. and we know locally we have a week long heat wave that is continuing. some cities are expecting triple digit temperatures once again today, and the 4th of july festivities will be affected. ktvu touring gangs. joining us live here from our newsroom, tori. we know some festivities and parades might be canceled. have you stepped outside today? what's the weather film like no? >> absolutely. that heat is still carrying on this morning. normally a lot of people need to bundle up, especially in these early hours, but not this morning. the temperatures won't stay here in the 80s for long, and many 4th of july events across the bay area have had to cancel due to those triple digit

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temperatures you were mentioning mentioning now, people across the bay area have been finding ways to beat the heat all week. >> normally for the 4th of july i would do a backyard barbecue. i'll be right now preparing seasoning meat, getting ready for the grill. but not this year. i'm in a hotel with the pool and in ac. yes. >> oh, you're doing a staycation. >> i'm doing a staycation. >> oh. where abouts? alameda >> yes, actually, at this little nice little, executive inn, it's a nice little, you know, honeycomb. it ain't real too fancy. >> now, celebrations across the bay area have been impacted by the heat. here's what we know so far. saint helena canceled 4th of july fireworks show due to the risk of wildfire. antioch canceled the independence day parade, but the festival is still going forward, starting at 6 p.m, followed by their 9 p.m. fireworks show. cloverdale

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stopped the sale of fireworks due to the red flag conditions along with the heat wave and oakland's annual 4th of july family day has been canceled due to that red flag warning. but the after party will still take place starting at 7:00 tonight. now, those in san francisco, we may get lucky this year. roberta tells us. the skies are expected to be fog free for the most par. the san francisco bay fireworks show will start around 930 tonight. now, if you're planning to head out to any of these events, remember to plan for the heat drink water throughout the day, do what you can to find shade and of course, don't forget the sunscreen. i'll toss it back to you. >> tori, thank you so much for covering the weather forecast for tonight's fireworks, because you're spot on. we do have clear skies, a little hint of some stratus next to the seashore, but that's about it. meanwhile, maybe this afternoon you want to head on out to the alameda county fair at lunchtime, 98 degrees going up to a high of 101. but, gentlemen, dave and james, i got to tell you, peter,

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people don't care if it's hot out there. no, they just don't care because there's misting machines out there. there's snow cones. they have lots of fun. >> all right. okay. >> they might prefer it. >> meanwhile, if you're heading on out to the oakland a's baseball game my son went last night, he said it was a blast. make sure you lather up on the sunscreen 86 degrees at first pitch today at 107, as the a's are going to take it to the angels meanwhile, okay, just stop and take a look at this. wow, this is glorious. official sun up at 552. we're already getting a glimmer of just what it's going to pan out to be on the 4th of july. the skies are all lit up. excessive heat warning in effect for today. in addition to a heat advisory, a red flag warning still in effect until about this time tomorrow morning. and you're going to see some hazy conditions and i'm not even talking about the grilling yet. we just have a lot of pollutants trapped very close to the surface, where currently it's 55 degrees in half moon bay, 69, in concord and in

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fairfield, it has not dipped beneath 72 degrees. in walnut creek. the winds are slight, will be picking up later today out of the north and northeast, up to about 20 water temperatures 57 degrees. high pressure is the key component and we do have that little stratus. a faint hint of stratus next to the sea shore for the next couple of days. that will keep the temperatures there along the beaches manageable, bringing down the peninsula somewhat, but overall your average high in healdsburg is 8910 degrees above that today. pleasanton at 105, sunnyvale at 101, and san francisco ten degrees above normal. we do have your pinpoint neighborhood forecast looking at your community that's coming up next time around. >> all right. thanks a lot, roberta. gun violence is at its highest during the summer months. that's according to a new study. the research experts say this time of year and why it sees so many problems. >> and a lot of people are hoping for clear skies in order to see san francisco's big fireworks show. we'll show you

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one of four people who took part in a shootout with another group on the north side of lake merritt. kelly was shot several times. he was in the hospital, listed in critical condition. we do not have an update on his condition this morning. 14 people were shot on june 10th. these are the first charges to be filed in the investigation. >> research shows a trend of mass shootings during the summer. data from the gun violence archive indicates june, july and august as months with the most mass shootings in the past decade. the 4th of july had more mass shootings than any other single day. you may remember recently during an independence day parade outside of chicago, a mass shooting killed seven people. >> it's an epidemic out here with this crime. you know, we're trying we're battling it every day. >> for my family, this 4th of july is the 730th anniversary of the total annihilation of our lives. >> sociologists theorize summertime means plenty of

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drinking, and people can lose their inhibitions. they say the hot weather can also raise people's tempers. >> all right, james, time's 516. san francisco. getting innovative with its 4th of july celebrations. the city unveiled its new colorful display as it gets ready for its own fireworks show. now they debuted the aurora lights from the ferry building along the embarcadero. the brand new laser exhibit is from illuminate the group behind the rainbow pride lasers and the bay bridge lights. these lasers will be visible at night through july 7th, and restaurants along the waterfront in san francisco are pretty excited about tonight's festivities. alora serves a wide range of mediterranean meals. it opened along the embarcadero in late january. the managers say they're going to rearrange tables on the patio to get the perfect vantage point for customers to see the fireworks, and the laser show is our first

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4th of july, so we're really excited to see what it's going to bring us and all the excitement on the street. >> this is the perfect place to be because you have the heat, but you have the breeze, you have the oceans, and she's got a point. >> tonight's fireworks show starts at 930. it'll last about 20 minutes. some of the best viewing spots are the ferry building, pier 30, fisherman's wharf and aquatic park. >> 517 your time this morning. i know usually in the evening they really cool down, but it still felt pretty warm after 6 p.m. >> roberta. very much. >> you're not going to believe this, but i kept waiting to take my dog out for a walk. so finally it was 9:00 because we get up at, oh, dark, right? >> right. >> yeah. so it was 9:00 and it was 95 degrees. wow. i'm not kidding you. it was 90. i know, i thought it was in barstow. i did for know. >> i hear you, but finally got the dog gone out. >> you know, we were just talking about the fireworks for

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tonight. it's always the one forecast. people do remember if they're able to see the fireworks on the 4th of july. so here we go. here is today. take a look at your futurecast. as far as the marine layer is concerned. we walk you through the day to day. we see that the clouds linger off the coast. so that's going to bring down the temperatures just gently at the beaches today. i do mean gently. and then by 9:00 tonight, you see that the clouds try to penetrate the embarcadero for the fireworks display. but no, we're going to just have a hint of some stratus, otherwise clear skies all the way into your inland areas and it will still be balmy inland. i think i'm a little reserved on that inland temperature. i might have to bump that up. i said 85 degrees at 9:00. i think we're going to be closer to 90 degrees. it's not going to be as hot as yesterday. but nonetheless, look at that glow. officials sun up. it's at 552 already getting a hint of it. it's going to be a scorcher today in our inland areas. an excessive heat warning is in effect away from the water near the coast side. near the

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bay side. we do have an advisory red flag warning in effect until about this time tomorrow morning, and we will see some hazy conditions due to the pollutants close to the surface. i'm not even referring to the smoke. here's our smoke. smoke forecast. not so bad today, but what does concern me with the shift in the wind? we will see more of an influence from that thompson fire that continues to burn. and that will be for your friday. currently we have temperatures 54 in half moon bay to 70 degrees in livermore. it's 72 in walnut creek and has not been cooler than that all morning long. so we have that huge dome of high pressure. it will contribute to 109. in sacramento today, 71 in eureka. you want nice conditions and cooler conditions. you head to monterey bay at 68 degrees 112 fresno, 118 palm springs, and 76 degrees in san diego, 70 beaches today, 70 san francisco seconds 90s peninsula, 90s east of the bay to triple digits in our

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inland areas 105. that's our outside number today in our inland areas. heat wave when it will break. when it's going to snap. we'll talk about that james, next time around. >> it's a scorcher. roberta. thank you. governor gavin newsom traveling to washington, d.c. to show support for president biden. the message from democrats about the president saying he's staying in this election despite a poor showing at a recent debate. now, here's a look at some 4th of july events happening today as we head to break.

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♪ jardiance is really swell ♪ host a barbecue with active duty military service members and their families. the event will be held on the south garden of the white house. the president will then host a july 4th celebration and watch the fireworks display over the national mall. his reelection staff is hoping to re-energize his campaign following last week's lackluster performance in the debate with former president trump. >> you know, he's making calls. it's been reported that he's making calls to congressional members. i can certainly confirm that. >> you look at the down ballot implications here. are we willing to take a gamble to lose the senate and the house? we have the senate democrats there. we don't have the house. there

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seems to be an opportunity, a pathway to a majority there. do you take that risk? >> donald trump will accept the republican presidential nomination at the gop convention in milwaukee. that's in two weeks while the democratic convention is in chicago in mid-august. governor gavin newsom and other democratic governors are expressing their support for the president after a closed door white house meeting with him. the president's debate performance against trump stirred some growing questions about his abilities to lead president biden reportedly told staffers, quote, i'm not leaving. i'm in this race to the end, and we're going to win. governor newsom releasing a statement after his white house meeting saying he's all in for the president and other governors added their support as well. >> on the eve of the 4th of july celebration, we talk about how we transition under a monarchy and a tyranny that our founding fathers fought against, that we risk right now descending back into that very same place. >> but there are some troubling signs for the 81 year old chief

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executive. two democrat congressional members are now calling for him to withdraw. some major democratic donors are also calling on the president to leave the race. but the white house press secretary says the president is absolutely not considering canceling his reelection bid. >> he understands, and it was not his best night. he understands that it is fair for people to ask that question, but we cannot forget his record and what he's been able to do. we cannot forget how he has been able to deliver for the american people for almost four years. that matters to the white house is hoping an upcoming sit down interview and more campaign events in wisconsin and pennsylvania will calm some of the concerns about whether he is fit for office. >> a new york times siena college poll shows president biden trailing donald trump 49% to 43% among likely voters. the poll was conducted after the debate and gives trump his largest lead in this race cycle.

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74% of respondents in the poll say they believe biden is too old for the job. however, 48% still believe he should remain the democratic nominee, compared to 47% who say they want someone else. when we come back, the driver involved in a deadly crash that killed a sonoma state student has been sentenced. why? the victim's family says justice still has not been served. and break-ins with a twist. the warning from oakland police about robbers pretending to be officers to try to gain compliance fromictims kiiinnnddd of feels like everyone's trying to copy the $5 biggie bag.

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beat the heat as we see triple digit temperatures around the bay area. the reason some businesses are struggling to stay cool and celebrating this independence day in an american way. we'll show you how dozens of people kicked off the holiday by becoming us citizens from ktvu. >> fox two news. this is mornings on two. >> good morning. we welcome you back here to mornings on two. i'm james torres and good morning i'm dave clark thursday morning happy 4th of july. >> independence day. yeah, we're dead. roberta, you did it again. you brought us to the 4th of july. >> i can't believe we're already

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at the 4th of july this year. boy, the time is going fast. but this week is just dragging with the heat, isn't it? yesterday we had a high temperature, a record of 110 degrees. that was in livermore. it shattered the old record of 109 set back in 2001 2001. yes. and by the way, san rafael had a record high of 100 degrees today. the excessive heat warning will continue in our inland areas in addition to that, we do have a heat advisory around the bay and many parts of the peninsula. hazy conditions. therefore, it's yet another spare. the air day. and we do have that red flag warning in effect until about this time tomorrow morning with extremely dry conditions. if you slept uncomfortably last night, well, many of us did 72 degrees at this hour. walnut creek and it has not been any cooler than that. all morning long. it hasn't dipped below 70 degrees in san jose or the tri-valley. it's 56, in san francisco, going up to a high today of 77

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degrees, 105. that's my outside number in our inland areas. heat wave. and when it will bust we will have that outlook coming up. but right now let's send it back on over to james. morning. >> all right. morning to you, roberta. let's take you outside and see if we can get ready for the day here. as the sun slowly starts to creep up, we see a little light in the sky. we're showing you the san mateo bridge this morning. that isn't all too bad today. we kind of expect it to be that way. 4th of july traffic. if you're going way out of the way, might be a little problem. but if you're staying within the bay area, you really shouldn't have too many troubles. look at that sun over the golden gate bridge that is just absolutely gorgeous. the bay bridge might give you a little bit of a backup a little later today, because we know as roberta just mentioned, the east bay going to be very warm. many people might be flocking over to the coast to try to see a little bit of relief. so if you're headed out the door to san francisco way later today from the east bay, expect maybe just a little bit of a delay. dave, i

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love that wide open look. >> james time now 532. will he still the big story on this 4th of july? as roberta told you, some cities expect triple digit temperatures again today. that is affecting some events here in the bay area. ktvu tory gaines, joining us now to tell us about events that have been canceled and how it feels out there. good morning tory. >> good morning dave. now it is feeling quite good out here this morning. it's a perfect temperature. normally during these mornings we have to bundle up but absolutely not the case today. but keep in mind these temperatures that we're seeing right now are not going to stay comfortable for very long. temperatures are expected to hit high numbers today. here's a look at some of the events. now oh excuse me. people across the bay area have also been finding ways to beat the heat all week. >> well, normally for the 4th of july i would do a backyard barbecue. i'll be right now preparing and seasoning meat, getting ready for the grill. but not this year. i'm in a hotel with the pool and in ac. yes.

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>> oh, you're doing a staycation. >> i'm doing a staycation. >> oh. where abouts? alameda? >> yes, actually, at this little nice little, executive inn it's a nice little, you know, honeycomb. it ain't real too fancy. >> of the celebrations that have been impacted, here's what we know. so far. saint helena canceled its 4th of july fireworks show due to the risk of wildfire. antioch canceled its annual independence day parade, but the festival is still going forward, starting at 6 p.m, followed by their 9 p.m. fireworks show. cloverdale stopped the sale of fireworks this week due to red flag conditions, along with the heat wave and oakland's annual 4th of july family day, which is hosted by the jamaican american community organization, has been canceled due to the red flag warning, but thereafter party will still take place starting at 7 p.m. now, if you are still looking for some things to do, here's a few events to check out

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in the east bay, el cerrito is hosting a 4th of july festival at sierra vista park. alameda is hosting a 4th of july parade starting at 10 a.m. now that timing might be a safe bet to avoid the highest temperatures of the day, and those in san francisco may get lucky this year, roberta says. skies are expected to be fog free for the most part. the san francisco bay fireworks show will start around 930 this evening. now, if you're planning to head out today, keep that heat in mind. make sure you drink plenty of water throughout the day. try and find shade where you can enjoy the ac when you get the opportunity. and of course, always wear sunscreen. in oakland, tori gaines, ktvu, fox two news tori thank you. >> stay cool to time is 535. now that the excessive heat warnings extended until next week, we're all looking for ways to stay cool. if you plan to be outdoor, the shade and some ice cold water or whatever you drink is a way to get some relief. people inside are turning up the volume

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on their air conditioning, but even that couldn't keep temperatures down. and this pizza shop in walnut creek, i've been there. so the employees there became creative. >> walk in fridge is a great friend of ours today, walking in to getting a lot of ingredients. we have a lot of people asking to go in there and get stuff. it is still brutal. it's still hot. a lot of my guys, are sweating through their shirts. they're trying to take breaks here or there. there's a lot of guys drinking the soda from the fountains with a lot of ice. so we're going through a lot of ice today, i believe you. >> health experts also advise us to take extra precautions to stay safe while the heat wave continues. >> dave clark, you always stay cool. >> well, i try to. >> and the east bay, the alameda county fair is trying to do its part to keep people cool. the fair made more areas in the shade to rest along with misting machines throughout the fairgrounds. it's medical tents, have free fans and sunscreen. the four h club also made some adjustments, bringing in giant cooling fans and water to splash some of the animals, and moved

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some of the events to early morning hours. >> you're supposed to show at like ten ish. yeah, like ten. but they changed it to like, like 6 a.m. because it gets really hot out here and pigs can't sweat. so we have to do them a little bit earlier. >> and visitors say despite the heat, the fair very much worth it. if you haven't gone yet. it runs through sunday. a young man has been sentenced to more than a year of jail time for the 2021 hit and run, killing of a sonoma state student. 23 year-old ronald gaither pled no contest to misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter charges to the death of hugo ramirez. 21 year old ramirez was walking across the street in rohnert park when he was hit. police say gaither kept driving, but stopped a short distance later to call 911. ramirez graduated from de la salle high school in concord, and had just finished his junior year at sonoma state. his family sent us these pictures from the courthouse this week. the sentencing sends the criminal case, but the family is still pursuing a civil suit against

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gaither and his grandmother, who owned the car, as well as the city of rohnert park and sonoma state. the family's attorney telling ktvu, quote, i'm quite disappointed that the road is as dangerous now as it was when hugo was killed and no apparent changes by the city of roanoke park or sonoma state have been made for the hundreds of students and faculty members who walk across east cotati. it's frustrating, you would think, in the name of hugo ramirez that something would be done. >> our time now. 537 the man who police say pushed a 74 year old woman to her death at a bart station in san francisco, has been charged with murder. trevor belmont allegedly pushed the woman in front of an oncoming train as it approached the powell street bart station. she died later at a hospital. san francisco district attorney brooke jenkins accused the suspect of intentionally killing her while lying in wait. a court arraignment is set for friday. now, the victims, identified as corazon dandan of daly city. the

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mayor of daly city released a statement showing the city's condolences, saying i can only imagine the tremendous pain and suffering the family and friends are experiencing after such a loss. i know there are no words that can bring them comfort during this difficult time. my thoughts and prayers are with them all. >> 538 your time this morning, oakland police are warning people to look out for robbers impersonating police officers. last weekend, a group of burglars broke into two homes claiming they were part of opd. the first incident happened in the redwood heights neighborhood last friday night. two men pretended to be police and then took off with watches and other pieces of jewelry. the second time this happened was in east oakland last saturday afternoon near 83rd avenue and birch street. >> one is even at the door, attempting to get in and claiming that they're the police, not wearing full uniform or, with any sort of police insignia that members of our

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community call 911 the victim of the first incident believes the suspects told him they were police so that he wouldn't shoot them. >> he also says one of the suspects appeared to be armed. >> our time now. 539 a very special event celebrating independence day. dozens of people became u.s. citizens here in the bay area. this naturalization ceremony took place aboard the uss hornet in alameda. 76 people from 31 countries sworn in as new u.s. citizens. many of them say this was a dream come true. alameda mayor marilyn ashcraft was there, and she says the new citizens, well, they're american story is just beginning. our american journey. >> our success would not be possible without the generations of immigrants who have come to our shores from every corner of the globe. >> and now, my fellow americans, your american story begins now.

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>> this is just one of more than 190 naturalization ceremonies held across the country, celebrating independence day. >> dave, we were just talking, saying that we have both emceed those ceremonies before such a special event. >> i'm so glad i was a part of it. yeah, i cry, yeah, i get it. >> it's an emotional thing. yeah it is. >> and then those people that are being sworn in, they remember you for the rest of their lives. that's right. it's that special. it really is. hey, today is going to be a special day as well. but in a different fashion. this day could go down again in the history books. the weather history books, breaking more records, and a lot of people are going to be out and about because of the holiday, perhaps barbecuing. well, these are things that you need to take note of, and we're very serious about this. this is dangerous. and it is a deadly heat wave. we did have one person perish in the san jose area yesterday.

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another person in arizona, ten years old. there is a difference between heat exhaustion and heat stroke. if you feel faint or dizzy, go inside. hydrate. lots of electric lights. that seriously helps, but if you have a throbbing headache and no sweating if your skin is red and hot, if you have a rapid, strong pulse, well, call 911. that is heat stroke and you are in jeopardy. live weather camera does indicate official sign up is at 552. that is the scene right now looking out towards the estuary. and today is day three of our heat wave. we will continue to see temperatures well above normal with most of our inland temperatures coming down on monday, but still riding well above normal into the mid and high 90s. and i've had to extend it now. we will not see average high temperatures return here to the bay area until monday, july 15th, so you need to pace yourself. heat warning in effect, in addition to a heat

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advisory, we do have a red flag warning in effect as well. and it is yet another spare the air day temperatures right now are in the 50s, 60s and 72 degrees in walnut creek. high pressure. the key component. it's right here. it's a huge dome and it encompasses the western states. we will see our temperatures again in the triple digits in our inland areas. hillsboro your average high is 89, but ten degrees above normal. there we're talking 105 in pleasanton, livermore, dublin, san ramon, sunnyvale at 101. same in cupertino, campbell and in willow glen. now your temperatures today. go ahead and take a look at your neighborhood. 96 in redwood city and redwood shores, 93 vallejo, benicia, martinez, american canyon rodeo, hercules 93 hayward. backing through castro valley and here is your extended forecast. the national weather service says that they cannot remember ever in the history of their reporting, seen such a

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prolonged heat wave here in the bay area. again, gentlemen, we will not see our average high temperatures return until july 15th. >> that's tough roberta, thank you so much. >> the holiday travel rush is happening as we speak. why the airport? tsa predicts it will screen millions of america through the coming wee ♪ hey, come on, come on ♪ ♪ do what you want ♪ get into an audi and go your own way. find your way to exceptional offers during the summer of audi sales event at you local audi dealer.

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a very unique display of patriotism. later today. the city is replacing a regular fireworks show this year with a light show using drones, 400 drones will fly over oxbow commons right there along the napa river. the goal of the city creating an environmentally friendly alternative to fireworks and cut down on the risk of sparking a fire during the day. that park will also host a festival featuring live music, food vendors, carnival games, the festival begins at 3:00. the drone show 930 this evening and what is the 4th of july without some of that food? >> if you're barbecuing for the holiday, keep a close eye on what you're cooking. that's because the high temperatures can quickly spoil what you've got. health experts say your meats and produce should be kept

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at or below 40 degrees. it's also important to cook everything to safe temperatures. that means 155 degrees for most beef and 165 degrees for chicken. and while you cook, certainly be on the lookout for bugs, especially flies. >> and so flies can carry shigella and they can land on our pasta salads and things like that and can cause some dangers. >> and this is a rule, dave, that i think we all break. yeah. health experts say food should only be left out for only two hours at most. after that, it's time to toss it. >> see? very good point. time is 547. the 4th of july tends to be linked to barbecues, hot dogs and hamburgers. but the way you like your hot dogs may be different now. google trends released the most popular searches for hot dogs, while the beef hot dog that's the classic google is listed that people are searching for more unique options. the korean hot dog, for instance, is one of them.

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toppings like fish, even rice cakes. the reindeer hot dog, the red snapper, hot dog, even a meatless hot dogs. they're also trending in the google searches. >> what is a reindeer? >> i don't know. >> yeah, we'll google that. we'll come back to you on that. the 4th of july holiday can also be a stressful time for animals. we hear this every year. the loud sound of fireworks often causes nervous dogs and cats to run for cover. a recent national study found the number of lost pets increases by as much as 60% between july 4th and july 6th. experts are urging pet owners to keep their dogs and cats inside during the nights for at least the next few days. >> they don't understand where it's coming from, so we want to keep them safe inside our home and then, of course, close all your windows, close all your doors. we that's going to help with the sound. >> and also be sure to have a tag for your animals and have them microchipped in case they get out that way, if they do get out, you can hopefully be

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reunited easier. >> good idea. time is 549 on this independence day plan on seeing a lot of cars on the road. this extended holiday weekend. triple a predicts 71 million americans will travel at least 50 miles. many of them will be driving hitting the roads. but almost 6 million americans will get on planes. another 4.5 million will travel on ships, busses or trains, up 5% from last year. >> got here early. plenty of time, but we'll see how it goes. >> i thought it wouldn't be that busy, but it turned out to be quite busy. >> a lot of folks with increased flexibility maybe to work a hybrid schedule or work remote around holidays so they're able to travel longer, and they also want to invest the money that they do have in experiences. >> both the tsa and triple a predicts sunday. sunday will be one of the busiest travel days of the year. 3 million

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passengers expected to go through airports. triple a also says airfares that are cheaper than average and lower gas prices encourage more people to travel. >> and if you are going to travel, let's take a quick look on the roads here. honestly, not too much to worry about. we took a look at some notes from the chp and really they only have three incidents to work on. i've never really seen that list so short before, and that's just because people aren't on the roads right now. typically, by this point, you're really where you want to be or you're not doing it until much later. so the morning commute is going to be really easy. but keep in mind, if you are headed to san francisco later today, a lot of people will be heading to san francisco later today. so the backup might happen on the bay bridge. just keep that in mind if that is part of your plan today. of course it is. 551 roberta, you know how hot it's going to be today, and san francisco and the coast might be the place to go for relief. >> absolutely. i was just going to rent a little a hotel room on the coast for the next week or so. good idea. right. hey, if

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you want to cool down, we have some places for you to head. how about if you head towards mendocino county or even further than that humboldt county? how about 71 degrees in eureka? or if you want to head to monterey bay, we're forecasting 68 to 70 degrees in carmel by the sea, inland at the state capitol, 109 84 degrees in the greater lake tahoe area. but we do have a heat advisory, in effect there. how about low 90s and yosemite? then we heat up to 112 in fresno, bested by 118 in palm springs. and you say, hey, it's always hot in palm springs. oh no. average high temperature. there is 104 degrees mid 80s today in los angeles. or if you're staying local, we do have the alameda county fair. it wraps up on sunday. they have lots of misters. there and lots of big giant fans. hey dave and james, did i tell you i'm your fan? i'm a giant fan of you guys. okay, i'll stop right back at you. it's the holiday. don't stop. okay maybe you're going to

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the a's game. how fun is that? you got to have a hot dog on the 4th of july. but make sure you have the sunblock in the mid 80s. it's live, boy. sun up at 552 right now. spot on. this is day three of our heat wave. most of our inland areas will drop below 100 degrees, but not until monday. but still, the temperatures will still average in the mid and high 90s until monday, july 15th. so we're in it for the long haul. we have a heat warning in effect in addition to an advisory today, red flag warning as well. and it is a spare the air day 55 to 72 degrees right now right here. if you're heading out the door now, it's a huge dome of high pressure. and the national weather service says that they haven't seen this kind of a scenario ever before, where we have numerous days of a heat warning here in the bay area, 105, down from 110 yesterday in livermore, 105 in concord, back

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into fairfield, into antioch. so that whole pocket, you know, if you live in this area, discovery bay or in tracy or byron mountain house as well. tracy 88 degrees along the peninsula in san mateo, through burlingame into belmont, la honda and pescadero, 98 and san jose, willow glen, cupertino, los gatos, saratoga. there's your extended forecast just a tad a tad hotter on friday and saturday, blistering heat continues. still hot through the period in our inland areas, but nice at the coast. you got a room for me at the beach? yeah, just just just for a few days. i'm not messy at all, i believe. >> you know, they say july fifth is always the trashiest day at the beach, because people always leave their leftovers from the 4th of july. so good to know. roberta thank you. the post-debate crisis intensifying by the day, the impact president biden's performance could have

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on his second bid for the white house. >> also cleaning up the park. how doing good for your community could help you win two tickets to the outside land festival, and as we go and take a break, here's a look at some of the 4th of july events happening today - goddesses, i bring the vitality of sun! - and i, the sea! - i took the kids swimming, hit up the farmer's market, and crushed my sales call! typical tuesday. - [announcer] awaken your inner goddess with vitafusion's delicious and nutritious gummies. unwrap new vitafusion soft chews, available now. ahh! another morning to savor the crunchy nooks & crannies™ splendor of a thomas' english muffin! thom...which is a nook and which is a cranny?

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in time for the holiday. the calabanga is on the site of the former raging water park. it closed abruptly last year. the new park includes a lazy river, speed slides and a lot more. it was supposed to open last weekend, but the need for some last minute electrical work delayed all that. now the park operators say they're ready to welcome guests. >> there's a lot of different things right now. mark in california dreamin has really put in. invested a lot of money to take this park to the next level. so you can expect to see grass. you can expect to see artificial turf, you can expect to see more shade area, definitely more seating. >> now the park opens at 11:00 this morning. it'll close at 6 p.m. the ticket prices they vary by age, but they're about $60 each. there is a discount if you

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buy a ticket online and participating in a volunteer opportunity this weekend at dolores park in san francisco could win you a pair of tickets to outside lands. >> we saw this flier posted yesterday asking for volunteers to help clean up micro trash on saturday. that's items like confetti, bottle caps and cigarette butts. the cleanup is 1 to 3 p.m, but participants must show up before 145 to qualify for the giveaway. the winner will be gifted a pair of one day tickets to outside lands, which runs august 9th to the 11th. >> so there's a lot of programing that goes into the shows before they go up in the sky, not taking any chances or risks. >> we'll tell you the bay area cities that will use environmentally friendly alternatives to fireworks to celebrate the 4th of july. to cut down the risk of starting a fire and the lingering heat wave has many parades and fireworks shows being canceled. the heat in the inland parts of the bay area, forcing some people to

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cancel 4th of july traditions altogether. >> many of my family is watching. i ain't barbecuing, don't show up. i ain't gonna be home at all. >> from ktvu, fox two news. this is mornings on two. there may be a lot of people saying that. >> good morning. thank you for joining us. welcome to mornings on two. i'm dave clark and i'm james torres. >> it is thursday july 4th the 4th of july weekend. >> what's behind us. >> beautiful sunset right now. >> sunrise sunrise i know roberta. >> how did you how did you make that happen? >> you know, it's just magic. okay you know, it's all because of the 4th of july. you got your red in there. hey yesterday we had a record high temperature in livermore, 110 degrees. and you know what? it felt like it it really did. 109 was the old record set back in 2001, 100 degrees in san rafael. that was a record two. so our excessive heat warning, it continues today

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through next tuesday. we have a heat advisory in effect around the bay and parts of the peninsula. you notice that haze and even that little red glow in the atmosphere there. that is because we have a spare the air day in effect, in addition to a red flag warning, you name it, it's posted here in the bay area. we have dangerous heat again. in fact, it has not dropped below 72 degrees. all morning long. 68 now in san jose and throughout the tri valley, 73 degrees along the sea shore. today 80s, 90s, bayside 105. in our inland areas, we will have your complete forecast for this 4th of july. that's coming up in just a matter of minutes. but right now we've got james. how does it look out there? >> not too bad, roberta. we're taking a look at the chp notes. that tells us really not too many problems to worry about here, but gosh, what a beautiful photo. a beautiful image here coming out of the golden gate bridge. we know a lot of people from here might be making their way up to the wineries because it's going to be a very nice, warm day. certainly. check in to

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see if they're offering wine and are open today. let's take a look at our next camera here, showing you what the commute looks like between the peninsula and the east bay. here, the san mateo bridge, not too much activity there, and certainly not too much going on between the east bay and into san francisco, at least as of right now. we know when the sun comes up and it starts to get a little bit warmer, and people really start to wake up. going to san francisco might be the popular thing to do. so while it's wide open right now, keep in mind it may get a little busier later. dave. >> all right james, thank you. time now. 601 how are you making out with the heat? the week long heat wave continues. people are suffering. we all are. and triple digit temperatures are in the forecast again today. and it's affecting 4th of july festivities. ktvu tory gaines joining us live in oakland. so first of all, you look tremendous. but how's it feel out there tory. >> oh my gosh. good morning dave. you're too kind to me. it is a beautiful day out here this morning. normally we have to bundle up during these early

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morning live hits, but it absolutely isn't the case to morning this morning. but keep in mind that is not going to be staying this comfortable. these temperatures are not going to be this comfortable throughout the rest of the day. and a lot of these 4th of july events have been impacted. here is what we know so far. saint helena canceled its 4th of july fireworks show due to the risk of wildfire. antioch also canceled its annual independence day parade, but their festival is still going forward, starting at 6 p.m, followed by a 9 p.m. fireworks show. now up in cloverdale, they stopped the sale of fireworks due to red flag conditions, along with the heat wave. oakland's annual 4th of july family day, which is hosted by the jamaican american community organization, has been canceled due to the red flag warning and park closures, but the after party will still take place starting at 7 p.m. still, many people plan to carry on with their 4th of july traditions. one alameda resident told us he's ready for whatever the day brings, even with the heat we want to celebrate anywa.

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>> okay, so doing this outside, yes, we're going to participate in the alameda 4th of july parade party. >> oh, the parade. >> oh, the parade. yeah. you're walking in it. >> no, but we're going to we have our seats all set up and we're going to be spectators. >> those in san francisco may get lucky this year. roberta says skies are expected to be fog free for the most part, and the san francisco bay fireworks show will start around 9:30 p.m. tonight. now, if you're planning to head out today and enjoy any of those 4th of july festivities, remember to drink lots of water. keep yourself hydrated, try to find shade when you can, enjoy the ac whenever you get the rare opportunity to. and don't forget to wear sunscreen. and don't forget to put sunscreen on all those little ones too. live in oakland tori gaines, ktvu, fox two news tori thank you. >> the city of sunnyvale replacing its 4th of july fireworks show with drones. all in an attempt to try to mitigate that fire danger. the drone show

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will take over the skies at 915 tonight. above baylands park. we spoke with the company in charge of the show about what it takes to make these kind of demonstrations happen. >> they know where to go up and fly in the sky, the ten, 12 different spots that they're supposed to go, the lights that they're supposed to turn, the colors they're supposed to be, and then they return home. so there's a lot of programing that goes into the shows before they go up in the sky. >> sunnyvale not the only one. other cities are doing the same thing, opting for drone shows instead of traditional fireworks. >> all right, james, time is now 604. the power is back on throughout contra costa county. the pg and e outage map shows where there are some problems right now in the bay area. all of them are minor problems. no major problems to speak of. the situation was a lot worse though. just a couple of hours ago now. that's when the outage map showed a red triangle west of antioch, specifically in the bay point pittsburg area at

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least 5000 pg and e customers were affected and had no power. pg and e says the first report was that hot weather caused the outage in the meantime, there are no pg and e public safety power shut offs at this point, and despite the heat, there were big crowds at the marin county fair. >> the temperature there in san rafael hit 100 degrees again and guests at the fair loaded up on cold drinks and water out at the civic center grounds. instead of standing out in the sun, fair goers had the option to watch the live music from under a large, shaded tent, or at least from the comfort of a lawn chai. plenty of people showed up, despite how hot it felt. >> i feel like people are ready to have fun, be out in the sun, stay hydrated. of course. bring your water bottles. we have water filling stations throughout the fairgrounds, but it's just a fun summer. a fun summer event to go to. even though it's hot, it cools down at night to enjoy the concerts and the fireworks and everyone is here.

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>> and speaking of shows, the first night of the fair closed with a beautiful fireworks display. trying to avoid the traffic. some people watched everything from up on a hill above mcginnis park, just a few miles away. >> our time now is 606. parts of the east bay hills are going to be closed to anybody who does not specifically live in that area. berkeley and oakland officials are closing parts of grizzly peak boulevard and panoramic way. those areas historically attract people who want to set off illegal fireworks, and that prompted officials to close off that area to prevent fires like the one that happened earlier this week. all roads in the oakland and berkeley hills will reopen tomorrow by 5:00. well, at least one person has died in san jose, and heat related causes are blamed for it. mayor matt mehan of san jose confirmed that a homeless person died. it's the

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first reported heat related death during the really hot weather. we're getting here in the bay area, homeless advocacy groups say that death could have been prevented. >> it was completely expected when the overnight or the cooling centers aren't open overnight and nobody can lay down there and they're not offered anything. no electrolytes, no cooling towels, no nothing. so it was completely expected. and it's hot out there in camps now. >> both advocacy groups and the mayor of san jose say they're trying to get more resources out to the cooling centers in the city, as well as to the unhouse. >> the debate fallout within the biden campaign intensifying by the day, the impact this could have on the race for the white house. >> plus, we're it's been really, really helpful to keep the kids and the animals. >> the heat wave. oh, yeah. it's taking a toll on 4th of july celebrations. we'll tell you how the alameda county fair is adapting to triple digit

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temperatures. and here's a look at some of the 4th of july events taking place today.

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somewhere to get out of the heat for your thursday and your friday forecast, how about seattle? it is currently 55 going up to 79 degrees. unlikely any delays there. los angeles 82 degrees at lax 85. in the city today. there's a potential of a little bit of morning fog causing delays. and in honolulu i noticed some light rain showers going up to a wonderful, beautiful, summery high of 84 degrees. james. >> all right, roberta, thank yo. although everyone close to president biden says he remains committed to staying in the election, political pundits are discussing whether there's still some time, if he wants to drop out. they say he's felt the pressure from both within his party and the news media since the debate. exactly one week ago today in atlanta, while the republican presidential convention is in milwaukee later this month, the democratic convention is in chicago. mid-august it's also the city

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that held the 1968 convention, two and a half months after the assassination of robert kennedy in 68, the party had a lot more control over who the candidate would could be. >> there's a lot more rules now, so they would have to figure out a way to, distribute the delegates behind certain candidates and then count them at the convention. so it would be a much more messy situation than 68. >> there's also talk about holding a mini primary leading into the convention, where other democrats could push for the nomination in the meantime, governor gavin newsom and other democratic governors showing support for president biden after a closed door white house meeting with the president now, president biden's debate performance last week against donald trump stirred up a lot of questions about his ability to lead, president biden reportedly told white house staffers, i'm not leaving. >> i'm in this race to the end, and we're going to win. governor newsom released a statement after that white house meeting saying he is all in for the

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president, and other governors added their support. >> on the eve of the 4th of july celebration. we talk about how we transition under a monarchy and a tyranny that our founding fathers fought against, that we risk right now descending back into that very same place. >> however, there are some troubling signs for the president, who is 81 years old, two democrat congressional members now want him to withdraw some major democratic donors also called on the president to get out of the race. but the white house press secretary says president biden is absolutely not considering ending his reelection bid. >> he understands, and it was not his best night. he understands that it is fair for people to ask that question, but we cannot forget his record and what he's been able to do. we cannot forget how he has been able to deliver for the american people for almost four years. that matters to now.

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>> the white house hopes an upcoming sit down interview with the president and some more campaign appearances and events in wisconsin and pennsylvania will calm down some of the concerns about whether he is fit to hold office. meantime, a new york times siena college poll shows president biden trailing trump 49% to 43, among likely voters. now, the poll was conducted after the debate. it gives donald trump the biggest lead in this year's race. 74% of respondents in the poll say they believe president biden is too old for the job. however, 48% still think he should be the democratic nominee, compared to 47% who want someone else. >> 615 your time this morning fire crews now making some good progress on the thompson fire in oroville. it's burned more than 3500 acres near lake oroville since it broke out tuesday. crews say the added challenge of high temperatures and unpredictable winds makes

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containment very difficult. the fire agency has deployed more than 1300 personnel from across the state to fight from the ground and the air. >> we get to see different terrain, different fire behavior, just a lot more experience sets and reps and being able to just different experiences and bring that back home and make you a more effective firefighter back in your home agency. >> the goal right now is to continue to protect homes and other buildings. while several buildings and facilities have been threatened by the fire, the department of water resources says there are no risks to the oroville dam. thousands of people evacuated because of the thompson fire as it's burning, continuing to burn near those communities. but with containment growing, the butte county sheriff's office is now allowing some of those evacuees to go back home. >> it's been very helpful to be able to come over here and just pop and grab a couple of things and just see how our neighbors are doing. we did hear a couple of neighbors lost their house, and it just overwhelmingly just, blessed that we were safe and

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that they did such an amazing job last night. it's incredible the exact number of structures destroyed has not yet been released, but cal fire tells us about eight people have been injured. >> all right. our time is 616. cal fire just launched a new website to help us get the latest updates on fires across the state. right now, the map is showing live updates on the thompson fire. like the resources for fighting that fire. how much of it has been contained, evacuations and shelters. it's part of the new fire dot ca.gov site. this new platform is mainly thanks to advancements in technology like artificial intelligence using about 1100 cameras to spot smoke and fires, something pops up on within that camera feed. >> it will then populate on the screen, so that gives them the ability to take immediate action with the ai. >> if you see smoke in a camera, that will automatically populate

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on the map, correct? >> so the new technology is now in all of cal fire's 21 emergency command centers, giving hundreds of real time updates a week on that news sit. our time is now 617 in the east bay, the alameda county fair added some measures to keep people cool at the fair. the fair made more areas in the shade so you can rest along with misting machines all over the fairgrounds. look at that fan going. medical tents have free fans and sunscreen available. the four-h club also made some adjustments. they brought in giant cooling fans and water to splash animals, and also they moved some of the events to early morning hours. i think you're supposed to show at like ten ish. >> yeah, like ten. but they changed it to like, like six. a m because it gets really hot out here and pigs can't sweat. so we have to do them a little bit earlier.

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>> and visitors say despite the heat, going to the fair was worth it. and by the way, it continues through sunday. >> all right. it is hot. >> is the 4th of july one of the most clear fourth of july's i think we've had in the last couple of years. what is your 4th of july food of choice? >> see, i eat anything. yeah. i'm like i'm like, mikey. yeah, i'll eat anything. >> roberta, what do you have at the fair? >> every meteorologist's favorite food is a funnel cake. funnel cake? >> okay, you got to do the funnel cake. >> get it? yeah, but i'm bump. >> how about you, james? >> i, i think i'm a hot dog guy, and i just learned that they're called glizzies. you ever heard of a hot dog? >> i heard that it's a glizzy. >> i think the young people are saying now. >> okay. >> just learned about it. >> have you heard that, roberta? okay. >> because i'm not a young people. >> oh. >> well, now. >> okay, how about you? >> come on. you you love those turkey legs. those ones that look like fred flintstone would eat. >> yes. yeah. yes >> okay, everybody, if you're

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heading out to the alameda county fair, you already know they have the misters there. they have the snow cones. 101 that will be the forecast high there today. maybe baseball is more your speed. go a's 86 degrees. make sure you lather up before you head there with the sunblock. i was at the giants game and they took the sunblock away from people as they were going in. so don't take it with you, all right. live weather camera looking out towards mount diablo, where there's a bit of a tinge in the atmosphere, we do have a spare the air day in effect today. it's day three of hot and hazy conditions, and this heat wave will continue for another week by monday, most of our inland temperatures will drop beneath 100. most by wednesday. everybody will be below 100 degrees, but we'll still be in the mid and high 90s inland, which is still a good ten degrees above normal. we will realize average high temperatures here in the bay area, but not until monday, july 15th. heat warning in effect, a heat advisory around the bay and portions of the peninsula. red flag warning in effect until

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about this time tomorrow and again a spare the air days in effect. and i know a lot of us is going to be grilling today. meanwhile, smoke from the thompson fire not affecting us today. but watch what happens on friday. that plume comes in and our air quality will worsen right now 5060. it's 72 degrees at this very early hour in walnut creek back into pleasant hill. meanwhile, high pressure. it's right here. it's this huge dome as it traverses in an easterly direction. 118 in the forecast for las vegas on monday, that will be the hottest temperature ever realized in that city. now our temperatures will ease on the back side of that area of high pressure. but not in our inland areas. today, rohnert park forecast high 9910 degrees above normal 105. in throughout the tri valley, 86 degrees bayside. oakland. emeryville, el cerrito. how about alameda? all the way into piedmont, 96 redwood shores and redwood city, and 101 in morgan

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hill, 77 in the city. so the heat, the beat goes on friday, saturday, sunday and on monday. but cooler with the return of the marine layer along the coast. gentlemen. >> thank you roberta. dozens of stolen griddles now recovered just in time for pancake breakfasts and grilling. the tip that helped chp track it all down 730 on

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martin luther king junior way near russell street. not far from grove park. when police arrived, they found a person shot and administered cpr, but they say the victim was pronounced dead at the scene. so far, there's no word of suspects. one of the victims in the mass shooting at oakland's lake merritt last month is accused of being one of the gunman, 23 year old jordan kelly faces four counts of assault. police say he was one of four people who took part in a shootout with another group on the north side of the lake. kelly was shot several times and was listed in critical condition at the hospital at this time, there's no update on his condition. in all, 14 people shot on juneteenth. these are the first charges to be filed in that investigation. chp officers say they've recovered more than $46,000 worth of stolen

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griddles. in total, the officers recovered 26 pallets loaded with blackstone products. chp investigators say they were tipped off of the theft by a distributor. the shipment was supposed to go from utah to pennsylvania, but chp tracked it to a warehouse in sacramento. they recovered. products have now been sent back to blackstone, and chp says the investigation is ongoing. research showing a pretty disturbing trend in some during the summer months. data from the gun violence archive indicate june, july and august as having the most mass shootings in the past decade. the 4th of july had more mass shootings than any other single day. one was an attack just about two years ago during an independence day parade outside of chicago, where seven people were killed. >> it's an epidemic out here with this crime. you know, we're trying we're battling it every day. >> for my family, this 4th of july is the 730th anniversary of the total annihilation of our lives. >> sociologists theorize summertime means plenty of

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>> while potholes in oakland are costing millions of dollars, one man said it almost cost him his life. so how did the roads get so bad and how long will it take to fix them? and the roads and the skies will have high numbers during this holiday travel time. what economists say is encouraging people to head out of town. >> from ktvu, fox two news. this is mornings on two. >> well, good morning and thank you for joining us. welcome back

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to mornings on two. i'm dave clark. >> and i'm james torres. it is independence day. happy 4th of july. >> happy 4th of july to you. >> happy 4th of july to you, miss roberta gonzalez, who is in the weather center saying today is going to be another scorcher. >> remember the days when the biggest forecast of the year happens to be your 4th of july? because people will remember if you missed it, right? if it's too foggy? boy, how we would love that fog to move in now just to cool us down. but we want to give you a heads up. many people will be outdoors celebrating independence day, but be very careful. if you start to feel faint or dizzy, give yourself a break hijo. use lots of water and make sure you go indoors. if you are feeling a throbbing headache and no sweating, you need to call 911 immediately. a lot of people have heatstroke or heat exhaustion without even knowing it until it is too late. so just pace yourself today. we do have that excessive heat warning in place until next week. the

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advisory around the bay side and much of the peninsula until this weekend. it is yet another spare the air day due to the pollutants trapped close to the surface. due to that huge dome of high pressure and red flag warning is still in place for very dry conditions. humidity dropping into the single digits in our inland areas. it is 72 degrees in walnut creek, 68 apiece. tri valley and san jose. it's 58 in santa rosa, going up to nearly 100 there. san rafael, you had a record high yesterday of 100 degrees 105. our outside number. the excessive heat continues. we will continue to update you on the latest coming up. but first let's send it on over to james. >> what's up. yeah no doubt that we'll be cranking the ac in the car later today because it's just going to be a hot one here. and that means we can expect some folks from the east bay heading out east, heading west, probably toward the coast. here's a live look over thanks to our triple a traffic cameras showing us what the bay bridge toll plaza looks like right now,

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as that sun beams onto those cars that are driving through. of course, no metering lights. probably not happening today, but you can probably expect a little bit of a backup later, as we expect people who want to escape the 100 degree temperatures heading over to san francisco and the coast will be a lot prettier and feel a lot nicer. not too many problems on the roadways here. of course, we'll keep an eye on it and let you know what it looks like all throughout the morning. dave. okay, james. >> thank you. time now. 632. let's talk more about the hot weather. just look at the sky. you feel it. the heat is not let up. it's affecting some 4th of july festivities too. and that's a big story. ktvu tori gaines joining us live to tell us more about some events that have been canceled. and also tell me, how does it feel outside now? >> it is starting to warm up a little bit. good morning dave. it's been a perfect temperature outside this morning, but i'll admit i was similar to james. i was really thankful for the ac in my car this morning. now there are a few 4th of july

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events that have been impacted by this hot weather. here is what we know so far. saint helena canceled its 4th of july fireworks show tonight due to the risk of wildfire. antioch canceled its annual independence day parade, but its festival is still going forward, starting at 6 p.m, followed by 9 p.m. fireworks. cloverdale stopped the sale of fireworks due to red flag conditions, along with the heat wave and oakland's annual 4th of july family day, which is hosted by the jamaican american community organization, has been canceled due to the red flag warning, but thereafter party will still take place starting at 7 p.m. tonight. now, even though there is a lot of heat today, still many people plan to carry on with their 4th of july traditions. one alameda resident told us he's ready for whatever the day brings, even the heat. >> we want to celebrate anyway. okay, so doing this outside, yes, we're going to participate in the alameda 4th of july parade party. oh, the parade. oh, the parade. >> yeah. you're walking in it. >> no, but we're going to we

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have our seats all set up and we're going to be spectators. >> now, those in san francisco may get lucky this year. roberta says skies are expected to be fog free for the most part, and the san francisco bay fireworks show will start around 9 p.m. tonight. now, if you're planning on heading out in any of these 4th of july festivities, remember take good care of yourself. drink lots of water, stay hydrated, find shade where you can, enjoy the ac when you have the opportunity and don't forget to put sunscreen on, especially on those little ones. live in oakland tori gaines ktv, fox two news. >> all right, tori thank you. time 6.34 will today all federal and state buildings are closed. that includes the post office, courthouses, banks and stock markets. many businesses are open, including large retailers like target, walmart, sam's club. depending on the store, they may also have reduced hours because it is the 4th of july. costco, however, is one of the few major businesses that are going to be closed today.

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>> preparations are underway for a unique display of american patriotism in napa. the city is doing away with regular fireworks shows. this year and instead opting for a light show using drones. the show will feature 400 drones flying above the area there, right along the napa river. the city says its goal is to create an environmentally friendly alternative to fireworks and to reduce the risk of sparking a fire during the day. the park will also host a festival featuring live music, food vendors and carnival games. the festival there starts at three and the drone show is set for 930. the 4th of july holiday can also be stressful for your animals. the loud sound of fireworks often causes nervous dogs and cats to run for cover. a recent national study found the number of lost pets increases by as much as 60% between july 4th and july 6th. experts are urging pet owners to keep their dogs and cats inside during the nights for the next few days. >> they don't understand where

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it's coming from, so we want to keep them safe inside our home and then of course, close all your windows, close all your doors. we that's going to help with the sound. >> be sure to have a tag on your animals and have them microchipped. that way if your if your pet does get out, you can hopefully be reunited easier. >> all right james time now 636. we'll plan to see lots of cars on the road during this extended holiday weekend. triple a predicts 71 million americans will travel at least 50 miles. most will be on the roads driving. but almost 6 million americans will jump on a plane. another 4.5 million will be on ships, busses or trains. it's up 5% compared to last year. >> got here early. plenty of time, but we'll see how it goes. >> i thought it wouldn't be that busy, but it turned out to be quite busy. >> a lot of folks with increased flexibility maybe to work a hybrid schedule or work remote around holidays so they're able to travel longer, and they also

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want to invest the money that they do have in experiences. >> now, both the tsa and triple a predict this sunday will be one of the busiest travel days of the year. 3 million passengers expected to go through airports, triple a says lower than average airfares costs and also lower gasoline prices encouraged more people to travel. >> new numbers show the city of oakland pays more money in lawsuits over potholes than any other city in the bay area, according to a ktvu analysis of public records. oakland paid $27 million to people injured from potholes from 2018 to 2023. by comparison, the city of san jose paid $8 million during that same time, and the city of fremont paid $100,000. oakland city leaders say that until recently, some streets hadn't been paid for decades, and recent rainy winters have only made the issue worse. >> but some of these streets

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haven't been touched in 40, 50, even 60 years. so they're well beyond their their life expectancy. i've been called to look at some potholes, and they're not potholes. it's total complete failure of the asphalt. >> since 2018, oakland's repaved about 25% of city streets. city leaders hope to have 50% of oakland roads to be repaved in the next five years. >> all right. our time is 6.38. now that the excessive heat warning is extended into next week, we're all looking for ways to stay cool. if you plan to be outdoors, finding shade and getting some ice cold water or something else is about the best relief you can find. people indoors are turning up the air conditioning, but even that couldn't keep temperatures down. and this pizza shop in walnut creek. so the employees there got very creative walk in fridge is a great friend of ours today, walking in to getting a lot of ingredients. >> we have a lot of people asking to go in there and get

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stuff. it is still brutal. it's still hot. a lot of my guys, are sweating through their shirts. they're trying to take breaks here or there. there's a lot of guys drinking the soda from the fountains with a lot of ice. so we're going through a lot of ice today. >> smart guy. health experts also advise you take extra precautions to stay safe as this heat continues. >> yeah. no joke. excessive heat warnings or advisories are in effect for most parts of the bay area through at least the rest of the week. in contra costa county, people are being advised to stay hydrated, limit strenuous activity, and to never leave kids or pets unattended, especially in vehicles. a few of the cooling and relief centers include keller beach, the employment and human services building on mcdonald avenue and nevin park in richmond, and the san pablo library. >> and james, that leads us right to roberta gonzalez. so any relief, roberta, any relief, how soon? >> july 15th. >> well, mark it on the calendar. july 15th. not until july. >> that's a ways away.

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>> yeah, that's why we say this is not a sprint. it's a marathon. that's when we'll see average high temperatures return to the bay area. you want relief, you head to the north. how about eureka? beautiful. 71 degrees or to the south, monterey bay and carmel by the sea, 68 degrees 109 at the state capitol today. heat advisory in effect for the greater lake tahoe area. 92 degrees in yosemite 112 fresno 118 palm springs. when the average high temperatures 107 and 85 degrees in los angeles. this is the view. it's stunning. visibility is unlimited. at this hour. you notice a little bit of a tinge in the atmosphere. that's why we do have that spare the air day in effect now most inland areas your temperatures will drop beneath 100 degrees by monday, everybody will drop beneath 100 degrees by next wednesday. and then you have to wait until monday, july 15th to realize those average high temperatures. because just because we drop below 100 degrees inland will still top off ten degrees above

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normal in the mid and high 90s. and this is why we have a heat warning in effect in the national weather service is saying since they've been operating, they have never seen such a prolonged period of temperatures in the triple digits with the heat warning in effect, heat advisory in effect around the bay and the peninsul. meanwhile, we do have that red flag warning in effect for today, extremely dry conditions. with that tinge in the atmosphere. currently 56, in san francisco, a pair of fives and half moon bay. good morning to all of you in oakland at 62 degrees, it's in the low 70s and pleasant hill, moraga, orinda and in walnut creek. how about 68 degrees in san jose through cupertino and campbell. so you can see the dome of high pressure is right about here. you could tell because of the wind flow around the core, but it's this huge dome that continues to bubble over the western states as it moves towards las vegas. on monday and compasses their weather

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forecast. 118 is in the forecast right now, and if las vegas realizes that on monday, that will be the hottest temperature ever recorded in that city's history. phoenix 119 our temperatures are going to ease away from the inland areas, where 105 sunny outside number today. concord, clayton, walnut creek, all the way into alamo, danville and in black hawk 105 livermore, san ramon, dublin, pleasanton. how about 105? in tracy, fairfield also brentwood and discovery bay. 105 in antioch, 87 degrees and mountain view. here's your extended forecast we are talking about. yep triple digits inland each and every day. a little bit of ease in the temperatures with the return of that marine layer by the tail end of the weekend. dave >> all right, roberta, thank you. our time is 643. well today, mornings on two is hitting the road. our fox locals zip trips heading to alameda. we're going to celebrate the 4th of july. so come beat the heat

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by tuning in from the comfort of your own home. as we show you the sights, the sounds, the smells of this island city in the east bay, we're going to check in and see how well people really know. alameda and sal will take us to a part of town lovingly called a beer oasis. >> people kind of think beer is one dimensional, but it can be really a lot of different flavors and all that good stuff. the beer is fantastic. the view is pretty phenomenal as well. sometimes i walk in with my coffee in the morning and just stop for a minute and say, i could be brewing anywhere in the united states and this is probably one of the prettiest views i've ever seen at any brewery i've ever been to. >> and you know what? the fun won't end after the night either. at 10:00, we're broadcasting the alameda 4th of july parade live right here on ktvu. it all starts on mornings on two. make sure you tune in to our fox local zip trip to alameda. it starts at 9:00. our time now. 644 a modern day

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myspace surging to the top of the app store. the new mash up allowing gen z to connect with others who share similar interests. and also, here's a look at some of the 4th of july events it'll take place today.

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police officers. last weekend, a group of burglars broke into two homes claiming to be oakland police officers. now the first incident happened friday night in the redwood heights neighborhood. two men pretended to be police. then stole watches and jewelry. the second incident was last saturday in east oakland, near 83rd avenue and birch street. >> one is even at the door, attempting to get in and claiming that they're the police, not wearing full uniform or, with any sort of police insignia that members of our

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community call 911. >> now, the victim of the first incident believes the suspects told him they were police so that he wouldn't shoot them. he also says one of the suspects appeared to be armed. our time is 648, an insurance expert is predicting the state of california will approve a large, large insurance rate hike proposed by state farm. state farm shocked consumers when it filed papers with the state's department of insurance asking to raise rates of homeowners policies by 30. the condo policies by 36, and for renters, a whopping 52. ktvu interviewed carl sussman of sussman insurance agency, who believes the state may not have a choice but to accept these rate hikes from state farm because it covers about 27% of all homes in california. >> because, remember, they have to show documentation to the department of insurance that they actually need this money.

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this increase to be able to stay solvent. so what do you do. you're stuck between a rock and a hard place. do you approve a rate increase? that's this high, or do you risk letting the insurance company not have enough money to pay the claims? >> now, back in march, state farm cut 72,000 home and apartment insurance policies in california, citing inflation, regulatory costs and also rising risks from natural disasters like wildfires. >> time now 649 this morning, a new safeway and shopping centers on the way to the city of oakley. the city's planning commission approved the oakley shops with a unanimous vote. the shopping center will be located at laurel fields off laurel and ohana avenue. so far, safeway is the only confirmed store for that shopping center, but the commission also discussed plans for a gas station. no word on when construction will begin. two of the biggest luxury store chains in the country are joining forces the wall street journal reporting. the owner of saks fifth avenue has agreed to buy rival neiman marcus. amazon and salesforce also set to help

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with the deal. the goal is to cut costs and boost profitability by giving the combined company bargaining power with vendors and reducing supply chain costs. having some flight issues. i hope you don't. with these record travel numbers, new data suggests instagram may be the best social media platform to get in touch with your airline. a social media research company found that 27% of customers that took their travel concerns to instagram received answers, with more than half of the comments carrying a positive sentiment that's better than rates seen on both facebook and on x, a new social media app is rising in popularity on the apple app store. it's called no place. just one day after it launched out of an invite only mode, the app surged to the top of the app store. reviewers call it a mix of twitter and myspace, allowing users to share their latest life updates, music interests and a whole lot more. the app is free to download and available to

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everyone today. >> all right, our time is 651 calabanga san jose's newest water park today celebrates its grand opening right in time for the holiday. calabanga is on the site of the former raging water water park. it closed abruptly last year. this new park includes a lazy river, speed slides and a lot more. it was supposed to open last weekend, but the need for some last minute electrical work delayed that. now, the park operators say they're ready to welcome the guests. >> there's a lot of different things right now. mark in california dreamin has really put in, invested a lot of money to take this park to the next level. so you can expect to see grass. you can expect to see artificial turf, you can expect to see more shade area, definitely more seating. >> now i love the name cowabunga! it opens this morning at 11:00. it will close at 6 p.m. now. ticket prices vary by age, but there are around $60 each. there is a discount if you

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buy your ticket online. calabanga calabanga. >> it's going to feel really good if you jump into that water. yeah, especially i think what down in the south bay. roberta still close to 100 degrees there. >> absolutely. and you know, there's so many different parts of the south bay. of course, there's sunnyvale, cupertino, campbell, los gatos, saratoga, willow glen. yeah, the rose garden district. and then depending on the amount of concrete and asphalt, boy, you could see temperatures over 100 today. it was 110 yesterday in livermore, breaking the old record set back in 2001. so we haven't seen it this hot here in the bay area in early july in quite some time. a bit of a haze out there this morning. clear skies, visibility unlimited. a warning in effect today for the heat. in addition to the advisory around the bay and into parts of the peninsula. meanwhile, that red flag warning remains in effect and our current air temperatures stand anywhere from the clear skies in the 50s at the beaches. it is

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now 60 degrees in san mateo, 68 san jose and 64 degrees in napa, 72 in walnut creek. high pressure is the key component. it will continue to engulf the bay area with a historic prolonged heat wave. usually we get these 2 or 3 days of heat and then the marine layer moves into the area. that's not the case. we're talking about realizing our average high temperatures not until july 15th, 73, in pacifica today, 86 degrees oakland, emeryville, el cerrito backing through piedmont. how about 96 redwood shores? 98 in san jose and hotter than that in morgan hill and in gilroy. your extended forecast 105. our outside number today, 106 tomorrow. notice the temperatures well above normal in our inland areas. while we gradually begin to decline around the bay and around the sea shore, making a fun 4th of july. >> all right, roberta, thank yo. time now. 654. love was certainly in the air at levi's stadium. we'll introduce you to

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the couple who got engaged as brazil took on colombia at the copa america soccer match. >> and we continue to follow the wildfire in oroville this morning. crews say they are making some pretty good progress. we'll take a look at where things stand today as many evacuation orders remain in place. >> but first, california high school students will have more graduation requirements in the next few years. the new classes students will need to take that's coming up at 7:00, but first, let's look at some of the events happening today for independence day.

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estes, in his 12th career start, threw nine scoreless innings against the la angels, the team's first individual shutout in more than three years. he also had four strikeouts, and the a's won five to nothing. it was their first back to back win in two weeks. they'll be back out there playing again today at 1 p.m. now the giants are struggling on the road against the atlanta braves. chris sale was dealing for the braves. he

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kept the giants from getting a single hit early in the game. finally, in the fifth inning, the giants did get got a run in, but that would be the only one. the braves even up their three game series as they won 3 to 1. they'll be playing again today this afternoon at 420, the soccer match between brazil and colombia at levi's stadium was a tie, but one bay area couple really scored in the love department. just after half time, colombian fan jesus olivares got down on one knee and proposed to his longtime girlfriend, marie la rose. they've been together since they were in high school in colombia. they moved to the united states about ten years ago. now they live in san francisco. >> we were tied with brazil and colombia was playing really, really good. so i think it was, just taking the moment of just happiness and excitement of

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everyone. like, i definitely felt that energy. >> yes, love made him do it. the couple says they're having a small wedding here in the bay area later this summer. >> the heat wave now turned deadly, and a cool down is still several days away. what city officials are working on now to make sure that death doesn't happen again? plus the heat wave. we know, of course, causing some changes to the 4th of july celebrations around the bay area. what you need to know today as you get ready to celebrate independence day. >> from ktvu, fox two news. this is mornings on two and we are with you all morning this morning. >> welcome back to mornings on two. i'm james torres and good morning i'm dave clark. >> thursday morning the 4th of july james how do you always look so cool i get it. >> after you. okay, i wake up, i look at a photo of dave clark, and i think that's what i need to do.

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