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good evening. i'm mike mibach julie julie haener tonight. a red flag warning is in effect for parts of northern california, including solano county, but high fire danger is not limited to the red flags only saw two fires outside that area today. the pope. fire broke out around 5 45 this evening near the silverado trail and pope street in st helena. it burned fiv and is now 80% contained in the east bay. another fire on a dry hillside near the contra costa alameda county line. it burned 92 acres, and one firefighter was injured containing that fire. ktvu is lamonica. peters joins us now live in dublin with more on that blaze. lamonica. one of the residents told me that they were pretty lucky to get this fire contained, and that's because the brush is really dry and the winds were really strong, and the battalion chief says they were also pretty lucky, and they worked quickly to get this fire contained. just any time was he
spoke out here. um, obviously makes a little nervous that can travel really fast, especially on a windy day. like today around 3 30 monday afternoon san ramon valley fire says they received a call about a grass fire off highland road. fire officials say the fire was on both sides of the road, and it initially covered about five acres. then it grew to nearly 92 acres before fire crews could get it under control. about an hour later, it was a pretty big ah plume of smoke, so it's really windy, hard to tell how big it was or where it was coming from, but it you know, it's right next to their house. so pretty concerning san ramon valleys. battalion chief says multiple agencies work together on land and from the air to contain the blaze. although contra costa county is just on the outskirts of a red flag warning zone, he says people still need to do their part to lessen the fire risk. so just because we're not in it were still extremely close to it. so our folks will be hydrating. we
say hydrated. we watched the fuels. we make sure that anything that we can mitigate we have our field mitigation program that we like to take care of before the fire starts so the last couple of months are residents are really diligent about fuel mitigation around the residence. weather forecast this week say hotter temperatures are on the way and coupled with an already drought stricken landscape. mcnamara says the chances of more wildfires like this one are pretty high. the biggest help that you can be for yourself is that if we ask you to evacuate, please evacuate property was damaged. one firefighter was injured and had to be transported away from the scene in an ambulance. mcnamara did tell me that there was a report of low hanging wires, but he couldn't confirm that because of this fire is still under investigation. julie la monica. thank you. now let's go to our chief meteorologist bill martin and bill it's only supposed to
get hotter. this week is gonna be the hottest day of the week. hottest day we've seen in a while with upper nineties maybe a low 100 but just get used to the red flag warnings get used to the fire danger because that's how this is going to go this entire summer. until we get those first range in the fall was just how it's going to be this red flag warning, not a level 10 is a lot like last week. it's about a level three. it's important. it's something to be concerned about. but the wind speeds the duration. not as dangerous as you could see, as we could see in october or in september, so there's a red flag warning. it picks up solano county in the vacaville fairfield area winds right now you see the direction right? so that's onshore. so that's not going to get you a red flag warning. there is a red flag warning in that in that area. i showed you, but these onshore winds are preventing it from being a huge issue. those winds are gonna clock around tonight and into tomorrow and at around 10 am 11 am tomorrow morning in this area right there. you see that bullseye? that's the red flag warning. you know the thing about it. look at the wind
speeds. it's going to be windy. it's gonna be 30 35 miles an hour, maybe 40, but it's going to be on the east side of that coastal range, and it's basically going to go away. quick. watch this. afternoon it's gone right, so it's not a long duration event started be concerned about something to pay attention to, but not a level 10. i'll see you back here with the full forecast coming up. all right, bill. thank you. governor. gavin newsom says he might impose mandatory water restrictions if people do not start using less water. it raises the possibility today in a meeting with water agencies that supply major urban centers like san francisco and los angeles. the governor has called for a 15% voluntary reduction in water use, but has so far avoided mandatory sweeping cuts. the governor could be changing his approach after water usage did go up in the month of march , is urging water agencies to ramp up their own conservation messaging to avoid the need for mandatory restrictions and to keep up with the dry conditions download that ktvu weather. rep. it does have hourly updates seven day forecast as well as the place where you can send us your weather photos. it's free in your app store. san
francisco's pride parade is returning to the city for the first time since the pandemic, and there is some controversy surrounding the event, parade organizers announced they are banning uniform police officers from marching in the parade. ktvu is henry lee tells us that the other city leaders are now boycotting in solidarity with the police department. the san francisco pride parade will be back in june after two years of being virtual because of covid, but there won't be any san francisco police or sheriff's deputies marching in the parade because pride organizers are banning uniform law enforcement from taking part. that would not on cause harm to members of our community that that uniform represents oppression to suzanne ford is interim director of sf pride. this is principal is not personalities, she says. pride had suggested a compromise that the officers marched together in shirts that say sfpd pride alliance to queer police officers are siblings. they're part of our community, and we know that um, but we have
another members of our community that don't feel that way. if officials don't feel that pride is doing the right thing. francisco mayor london breed is skipping the parade in protest. in a statement, she said, in part let's be very clear about who we are talking about brave women and men who not only have the courage to put on their uniforms and go out and risk their lives every day to serve our city, but who also had the courage to do so as openly out women and men in uniform. the department has made scribes proudly displaying pride patches and a pride. police car. sfpd s newest spokeswoman is a transgender woman can't bring our full authentic selves for pride that we have to leave part of who we are behind. and it really goes against the radical . the ideal radical inclusion. that s f card is all about. i think it's important that we send a message that we're studying that welcomes first responders. new supervisor matt dorsey, who was gay, previously served as the top civilian spokesman for the sfpd, so i think it's a it's a moment when we can ill afford to send a
message to we don't welcome. diverse communities. i just want to make sure that we are as welcoming as we can be in solidarity. san francisco firefighters will also not march in the parade. now janine nicholson is the first openly gay fire chief in the city. to be sure, sfpd will be a presence at the parade just on the outskirts, providing safety and security in san francisco. henry lee ktvu fox studios. the unions representing san francisco police officers, firefighters and sheriff's deputies released a joint statement today about the decision, they said, in part asking our members who do that job and endure hateful prejudice because of the uniform they wear as they serve the communities they love is despicable. we ask that you choose not to discriminate against others because of the uniform they wear and the profession they choose. also heard from san francisco's fire chief about the decision, chief nicholson says she is disappointed. mew. that she cannot march in the parade in her uniform. i think it harms
the legacy of lgbt activists who fought for years for representation in 1991. i went to the pride parade. i was not yet in the fire department and a woman came up to me and said, hey, um, you know, would you like to be in the fire department and, uh, she was in uniform? um and i saw myself in someone else. and i thought, wow. maybe i can do this and went on to say that she believes communities are safer because lgbtq people serve as first responders. pride celebrations began as a protest against police who targeted lgbt q people. new york city's pride parade began in 1970. one year after the 1969 stonewall uprising, which started after a police raid on a gay bar. stonewall ignited protests nationwide in a push for equal rights. but years before that, there was a riot at compton's cafeteria in san francisco that was in response to violent harassment from police. towards trans people, is known as one of
the first lgbt related riots in u. s history. eight blocks in san francisco, including the site of that riot are now the world's first transgender district. more cases of the monkey pox were reported today. with washington state reporting its first case and overseas denmark announced it has identified the monkey pox virus there. there's news of human to human transmission outside of africa is alarming. ktvu is jana katsuyama spoke to an infectious disease expert. she joins us here in studio. and this doctor has studied monkeypox. you know, he did. it's kind of a rare thing before we've just been hearing about it lately, but this doctor says that monkey pox is related to smallpox, but far less deadly. he says these outbreaks are unusual in a virus that historically has not been widely transmitted. the monkey pox virus has usually been confined to africa and transmitted from animals such as monkeys, squirrels and rodents to humans . but now, the world health organization says about 200 confirmed and suspected monkeypox cases have been
identified in at least 12 countries outside of africa. the concern is, it appears to be from human to human transmission , possibly sexual transmission between men at a gay pride event that you 80,000 people to spain's canary islands, as well as parties in germany and belgium. in belgium, there was bringing their from a different festival that we're having in certain communities, health officials said monday. there is one confirmed case in massachusetts and at least four suspected cases in utah, florida and new york city among men who traveled abroad haven't been that many cases. the scene outside of africa. and we need to understand. um what's going on? doctor seth bloomberg of ucsf studied the monkey pox in the democratic republic of congo and says it's important that people recognize the symptoms. monkey pox and chicken pox are actually quite similar. um in the sense that they felt are associated with fever. and they
rash that comes across here and nobody doctor, bloomberg says one factor that makes monkeypox less of a threat than the coronavirus is. the virus usually takes longer for someone to be infectious, typically 2 to 3 weeks. the versus for covid. it can be a few days in san francisco with more foreign travelers and large sporting events, concerts and pride approaching, health experts and residents are hoping people will be careful as long as people are aware of how the disease spreads and they're able to make choices that hopefully are safe for themselves. and for others. despite these big events that spread wolf not be so significant here. we just went through a pandemic, right? i think a big part of that was that people weren't taking the right precautions and we didn't have enough information up front . so whatever we could do to prevent that. dr bloomberg tells me that one other factor that could be very helpful in preventing the spread of monkeypox is that it appears the smallpox vaccine might offer some protection against the monkey pox virus. reporting
live. jana katsuyama ktvu, fox two news. the youngest kids could soon be getting their covid vaccines. the new data from pfizer and how soon we could see the shots authorized and two women killed in an accident while walking the streets of san francisco. what we're learning about the victims and the changes advocates want to cede and make those city streets safer. we are in a street safety crisis right now. we still have a lot another crazy day? of course—you're a cio in 2022. but you're ready. because you've got the next generation in global secure networking from comcast business.
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palo alto, where police and firefighters are on the scene of a deadly accident. just one car involved here and it was shared in half. police say the driver lost control of the speeding vehicle around eight o'clock on university avenue. it collided with a tree and killed the driver. no one else was in the vehicle right now. university avenue is closed in both directions from runnymede to bay road. safe streets. advocates are now calling for major changes at one san francisco intersection were to pedestrians were killed yesterday. it happened at third and mission streets in the soma neighborhood . ktvu elissa harrington is there and has new details now about the victims and how city leaders are responding. alyssa. i'm here on third and mission, and as you can see, this is a very busy intersection in just
the past minute. we've had several busses come by ride share a lot of people trying to make their way through the crosswalks, so certainly a very busy spot and what safety advocates want to see is this intersection and others around the city a safe spot. for people who live here and who are visiting. and just freaked me out and never seen anything like that. wanna lives in this building where a taxi crashed sunday afternoon, killing two people on the sidewalk and injuring a third. this one, he was walking home and saw two women pinned under the cab just had nightmares since last night . like what those two poor women or the guy who was injured like they were just a sorry sunday afternoon, going out doing their business and the next thing you know you're dead. we now know the victims were family members visiting from florida. a witness who did not want to go on camera said they had been looking at a map shortly before getting hit. the two women 31 year old will henderson and 72 year old mary
henderson died. a 75 year old man was taken to the hospital. the taxi driver was also injured. this happened on third street and mission in the city's soma district. this is a really busy tourist area. this is an area with children's things and museums and area that absolutely should be prioritizing safety lindsay with walk, san francisco said the city is in a traffic safety crisis. pedestrians have been killed in san francisco this year. in the past five years. four people have been killed, walking at third admission in intersection, which is also on vision zero's high injury network. i think we're all looking to our city leaders, everyone who walks everyone who feels this everyday how dangerous our streets have become, are looking for this to be a priority in our city, calling on the city to make investments in engineering and enforcement south of merritt market area. is disproportionately affected by street traffic fatalities and
accidents. matt dorsey, the new district six supervisor, said. this area is congested with taxis, tourist busses and drivers coming from freeway off ramps. he is interested in automated speed enforcement or speed cameras. hearts go out to the people who lost their lives yesterday. um as i understand that accident this was something that were that this could have been any of us. he's down to the city's vision zero program spokesperson told me they were devastated by what happened and they are doing a rapid response investigation reporting live in san francisco. i'm elissa harrington ktvu, fox two news is heartbreaking. alyssa. thank you. grief counselors were available today at the fremont elementary school after a seven year old student was killed last week while riding his bike. harry patel was struck by a car on friday afternoon in a residential area. the driver stayed at the scene. district
officials say the boy attended leech elementary, they say the district's crisis intervention team, which includes counselors and psychologists, is now offering support to harriet's class and the school encouraging news for parents vaccinated aga9 fighters. three dose series for children six months to five years old was 80% effective at preventing illness during the omicron wave. the preliminary results from the clinical trial were released by the company just today and according to the cdc, during the massive omicron wave this past winter, children younger than five were hospitalized with covid at five times the rate of the pandemic peak. dr hector padilla, who specializes in infectious diseases at stanford told me tonight he believes visors and moderna's vaccine will soon be available in that parents will have the option of which one did you use? we know. for example, the doses down used for the fights that is 1/10, or the dose is recommended for the adults. they're nice, 1/4. so these are
more antigens in the moderna muslim lightly. their response will be better or equal like a fighter, so maybe it's going to be equivalent. we don't know yet. the fda is committee of vaccine advisers will meet june 14th and 15th to discuss whether or not to authorize fighter and moderna shots for younger children. california's icu capacity is expected to reach critical levels next month. the state health department is projecting nearly 800 covid patients in the icu by june 21st . that's more than triple the number of covid patients in the icu currently nearly half the counties in the bay area are reporting icu capacity over 70% hospitals are required to notify public health officials once icu capacity exceeds 80% for three straight days. story of temperatures did warm up a couple of degrees today. they're going to warm further tomorrow to the point that it will be the warmest day of the week. warmest
day we've seen in a while with upper nineties even low one hundred's possible that red flag warning stays in effect for the solano county in central valley area. in this big high pressure. just does what it's been doing. it just sends up everything up over the top. it's going to be strong tomorrow. that's why temperatures tomorrow and even into wednesday are going to be pretty warm hot tomorrow and then wednesday is going to be right there. the plan here for the coast, not a lot of coastal fog to speak of. there's enough of a north northwest wind. that the coastal sections despite the offshore flow that's going on in the central valley with the red flag warning coastal sections have an onshore flow right, so they're basically dealing with mild to cool temperatures, no fog, but temperatures of the beaches will be in the low sixties, maybe mid sixties. so no fog there could be some patches there could see surface temperatures are super cold right now. upper forties low fifties, but there's enough wind that it makes it tough for that fog to form. these were the highs from today then and they did warm highs. tomorrow will be warmer. still, we're looking for temperatures in san francisco downtown 68 degrees. it starts off in san francisco in the
morning. kind of mild because nice sunny day, mostly saying not no fog to speak of, and then you end up at lunchtime. you're almost 70 degrees at lunchtime and by the end of the day in san francisco you're in the mid seventies, so pretty warm day tomorrow, cools off touch on wednesday and then drops significantly in the fire. danger goes away on thursday. we'll look into that when i see you back here. all right. we'll see you in a bit, bill. thank you coming up the latest tech company to announce it is slowing hiring plus a rally on wall street. but president biden says tackling inflation will take time. more on the recession concerns coming up in two minutes. also ahead why cannabis deliveries may soon be available in every city across the state.
and p away from bear market territory as fox news caroline shively reports despite the markets today, economists fear of recession may be looming. yeah stocks closed higher on wall street monday after seven straight weeks of decline. the rally came after president biden said he may reduce tariffs against china and announced a new economic agreement with a dozen indo pacific nations. the markets have been weighed down by high inflation worries. on monday, the president spoke about how long it would be until americans would get some relief from rising prices. this is going to be a hall, this is going to take some time. it's not just the markets focused on inflation. voters are to inflation is overwhelmingly the number one issue. almost all americans feel inflation. they see it in gasoline and particularly in food prices. investors are also focused on how the federal reserve is managing inflation worried if the fed raises interest rates too high, it could bring on a recession. when inflation is greater than 4% and unemployment
is under 4% like we have today. recession always follows. so history is not on our side today, but it doesn't feel like we're going there yet. small businesses. expectations of the economy to improve over six months has never been lower in the history. the series going back to the seventies, so recession is inevitable. the markets will also be watching economic updates from the commerce department this week, including data on personal income and spending. in washington, carolina shively news. snap saw its shares dropped 30% in extended trading today after the ceo warned the company will miss its own targets for revenue and adjusted earnings. the social media company plans to slow hiring through the end of the year in an effort to manage expenses. in a note to employees, ceo evan spiegel said the macro environment has deteriorated further and faster than anticipated from when the company issued its quarterly guidance. last month. area based real estate company is one of
three in the industry to debut on the fortune 500 list. open door is headquartered in san francisco. the app insist homeowners and selling their property without a real estate agent. zillow also made its debut on the list, along with real estate company compass. fortune releases its annual list of the 500 largest corporations in the united states, based on revenue from the 2021 fiscal year. california doubling down on protecting abortion rights up and down the state. the bill passed in the state assembly just tonight, plus we wanted to be sure that involves a city employee. we're on it renewed promise from san jose city leaders the policies they want to see after learning they received prior complaints about public employees later accused of criminal misconduct. the warriors are on the verge of returning to the nba finals. coming up later in sports, we'll hear from the team also expensive gas and airline fares not to turn people from getting away for the from the upcoming memorial day weekend. how many
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new crime statistics. there were 28 robberies in the last seven days. so far this year, there's been nearly 1100 robberies, but police say that number is actually down 7% compared to last year. two people have been killed in the past week as well. there have been 43 homicides in the city so far this year. that's compared to 54 at this time last year about a 20% decrease to san jose, where mayor sam liccardo says he wants to change city policies to better address serious complaints made about city workers views marks their reports. the mayor says the city received prior complaints about a police officer. and code enforcement inspector who were later criminally prosecuted. we
wanted to be sure that involves a city employee. we're on it. mayor liccardo says the public is rightly concerned about a spate of high profile incidents involving alleged misconduct by city employees. in the case of police officer matthew dominguez , recently accused of exposing himself while on a call. a complaint was received about him in may of 2021 had he been removed from a public facing role at that time could the recent incident have been prevented? specifically i'm interested in a focus on establishing very clear triggers. for administrative leave so that we are taking employees off the line where there is credible. complaint made about. conduct of a criminal or predatory nature. the mayor says those triggers would likely depend on the severity of the complaint, possibly an officer or other city employee would simply be removed from direct contact with the public and other cases, that
employee might be put on paid leave and told to stay at home were acutely aware of community concern. the mayor is asking sae investigate alleged misconduct by officers or any city employees. points out. the s j p d did not or could not investigate to anonymous complaints against code inspector william jerry dating to 2018. he was recently sentenced on charges of bribery , sexual assault and extortion. for his part, police chief anthony modeste says he will put out his own recommendations shortly while the longer term policy review is underway. we don't tolerate any criminal misconduct here at the saturday police department and just as the mayor said, we're gonna look at our processes how we can improve that to avoid. these type of situations in the future . the mayor plans to move quickly with these proposed changes, with a committee
hearing scheduled in just two weeks and a full hearing before the city council just three weeks from now. reporting in san jose. i'm mark sayer, ktvu fox two news. santa clara county board of supervisors is preparing to receive reports on the supply of guns in the south bay and also a report on the cost of gun violence county supervisor in san jose mayoral candidate cindy chavez and the district attorney's office today announced the report will be presented tomorrow to the board of supervisors. according to one of the reports from the county health department. 34% of gun violence cases over the past two decades, our results or homicides and men make up 89% of all gun deaths. the other report says the county is paying out millions of dollars due to gun violence. what we're going to be looking at are two different reports. one report is a preliminary report that looks at the costs of gun violence in our community. and the headline there is that for the county of santa clara, not counting the
cost of incarceration. we're looking at $72 million a year that we're spending in medical costs, mental health costs and other costs. yesterday santa clara county held its first gun buybacks since the beginning of the pandemic more than 400 firearms were turned in at this event in milpitas, up to $100 was offered up for handgun or rifle and $200 per assault weapon or ghost gun. a follow up to last week's shooting involving san francisco police. the california department of justice is now investigating the incident in accordance with a new state law that requires the attorney general's office to investigate all police shootings and involved the death of an unarmed person. on thursday. police say they responded to reports of a man with a knife attacking an unarmed man in the city's dogpatch neighborhood. police say an officer opened fire and both men ended up dead , although it is still unclear if the man being attacked was killed by police gunfire, or as a result of the knife attack, san francisco democratic party
says it does not want to be involved in the campaign to recall district attorney chase a boudin. leaders of the san francisco democratic county central committees and a cease and desist letter to the yes on prop age campaign proposition age calls for the recall of the district attorney. the letter demands the campaign stop using the party's name and imagery. the state assembly approved a bill tonight that would prohibit abortion laws in other states from being enforced in california a b 16 66 take specific game at a law in texas that lets people sue anyone who provides or aids an abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected. the bill prohibits california courts from taking up any cases based on out of state laws. the legislation now moves to the state senate for consideration this summer. new attend tonight legislation to require california cities to allow delivery of medical cannabis passed the state senate today. san francisco state senator scott wiener tweeted the news this afternoon. there are more than 400 active licenses to
deliver marijuana in california , but many california cities have banned cannabis dispensaries were deliveries originate originate. currently 62% of a california city categorically bans cannabis sales, including for medical purposes. the bill must now passed the assembly before it can be signed into law. california moves and step closer tonight to allowing parents to sue over their child's addiction to social media. coming up with parents may be able to ask social media companies to do about the problem. and we'll take a look at that forecast. it does include some heat, especially for tomorrow. we'll look into that and the wednesday and beyond forecast. first the warriors celebrate aapi heritage month how former player jeremy lin says anti asian hate incidents have impacted him.
proy area native jeremy lin appeared in san francisco tonight in celebration of aapi heritage month. i just realized when i come back to the bay is very nourishing from my soul unity. golden state entertainment, an affiliate of the golden state warriors, hosted a panel discussion tonight with lin and the team behind his upcoming documentary 38 at the garden. the film looks back at linz breakout performance with the new york knicks 10 years ago, known as lin sanity and his activism in the wake of anti asian hate incidents during the pandemic down i'm not sitting here being like i scored 38 like 10 years ago. you know, it's like we all have family members who are like walking down the street and unsure if they're going to get to their destination safely like that's the real life situation, and so can we talk about that within the realm of the sports world because sports and the story
will bring people to the table. 38 at the garden will make its world premiere at the tribeca film festival on june 12th san francisco unified school district superintendent will reportedly proposed continuing the lottery based admissions program at low high school. sports spots at the prestigious school are highly coveted as it's ranked the top performing public high school in the city and the sixth best in the state. last year, the district eliminated merit based admissions after critics argued it was elitist and racist and instituted in interim lottery system. according to the chronicle, the superintendent will introduce a resolution calling for an extension of that lottery for the 2023 2024 academic year. oakland will soon consider a plan for progressive business tax structure. the oakland city council set to discuss that plan on thursday and will vote on whether to place it on the november ballot. city and labor leaders and the oakland chamber of commerce announced their support for the plan. today they say the current tax structure is outdated and that the proposal will generate
nearly $40 million in new revenue for the city. this proposal will create an equitable and tiered gross receipts, tax structure and what that means is really simple. businesses that burn more pay more the plan would give a tax cut or keep taxes the same for small and medium sized businesses in the city, the business advocacy group bay area council opposes making changes to the tax structure. it says a progressive tax structure would be bad for job growth and oakland's economy. still to come . russia continues its attacks on eastern ukraine how the united states wants to protect its embassy in kiev also had temperatures about to get even higher. chief meteorologist bill martin has your complete forecast coming up after the break.
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everyone here understands the stakes of this war. and they stretch far beyond europe. a middle report. the state department is considering beefing up security at the recently reopened us embassy in kiev, including marines and special forces, the pentagon tempted down any reintroduction of us forces into ukraine would require presidential decisions. so we're a ways away from anything like that. and keep today the 21 year old russian tank commander who pleaded guilty to killing a ukrainian civilian war crime was sentenced to life in prison. and in geneva , a veteran russian diplomat quit his job, citing what he described in a post as an intolerable and aggressive war unleashed by vladimir putin. as ukrainian president talansky made a virtual plea to a swiss business gathering for more sanctions do not allow the aggressor to feel that the world's opposition is not decisive enough. trying to sit pretty amid signs the existing
sanctions are now biting putin with one of his remaining allies , belarus president lukashenko solution despite all the difficulties, i would like to note that the russian economy is withstanding the sanctions and withstanding it quite well. and one more line from that departing russian diplomat and his online post. he added. i have never been so ashamed. no word yet from moscow to these brave words. and keith greg palkot. fox news. president biden signal today he would use military force if china were to invade taiwan. the president's remarks during his trip to asia are clear break from the united states. longstanding policy of strategic ambiguity towards taiwan. a top chinese spokesperson criticized the president's remarks, saying that taiwan is an inalienable part of chinese territory, and the issue is purely an internal affair. magazine released its annual list of the world's 100 most influential people today. the
list recognizes powerful and prominent individuals who are impacting the world. they range from artists to leaders to innovators. this year's list includes ukrainian president vladimir zelensky president joe biden. and the newest supreme court justice, can tangie brown jackson, russian president vladimir putin made the list under the category of leaders and those with a area routes include actress and dea and apple ceo tim cook. all right. we know it's gonna get hot tomorrow, the hottest day of the week, most certainly with temperatures in the upper 80 upper nineties low one hundred's possible red flag warning. you know where that is out in solano county and out towards vacaville davis in the central valley. it's going to be hard, but i want you to see what happens. it's a long range model, right? you've seen this and watch what happens tuesday. everything's dry, dry, dry wash happens right on thursday. see that? that's good news. that means there's things that is kind of one and done. it's not gonna be a long term heatwave. it's not gonna be a long term red flag morning big cool down on thursday and then
we kind of get back into a mild pattern. so it's kind of a it's a shorter lived event you get into these types of situations. you get three days in a row of red flag warnings of record heat, or what have you that's when things get a little sketchy. these are the highs from today. highs tomorrow. add 5 to 7 degrees to these, so you're going to find some upper nineties, maybe some low one hundreds as well. so that in mind winds are still coming out of the west. that's a good direction for us. when the fired engine gets really high. these arrows are coming at me right there coming this way. now they will. as we go into tonight, and tomorrow we'll see in the central valley. quite a bit of north northwest winds or north northeast, but we're still going to have an onshore flow with the beaches and that's going to keep the coastal sections cool. not expecting fog, but just, you know, not 80 degrees at ocean beach. here is the sweet spot for the wind event. 11 a.m. tomorrow there's the football right in there the contour and that's in look at most of the bay area, right. so when you hear red flag warning for winds , humidity as well have lower
humidities, but we're not going to see the winds. most of us were areas in blue. so it and then it goes away quickly, which is always encouraging you to get into august and september and sometimes these things hang on, and that's when the real problems can start the forecast for tomorrow, reds or nineties purples, which we haven't seen in a while. show up into the forecast, author map and those are one hundred's potential 100 . so we'll see those in sacramento. certainly wednesday will probably see some records down in the central valley down towards fresno. this is the forecast highs for us tomorrow be the warmest day of the weekend wednesday called off a couple of degrees but still pretty hot and mild at the coast. and then thursday when i showed you how long range model that's the big temperature dump which is fortunate for us because it comes at a good time, because the last thing we want that thing to do is stick around. there's the forecast saturday and sunday. kind of pleasant to not that hot big day tomorrow. then it trends down. all right, bill. thank you knew attend the unofficial start to summer will be a busy one this year. triple layer is reporting that travel is expected to hit
pre pandemic levels over memorial day weekend. nearly 40 million people will travel 50 miles or more from home this coming holiday weekend. that figure matches the pre pandemic travel volume recorded over the holiday weekend in 2017, triple a also says air travel right now is up 25% compared to last year and just below where it was in 2019, a man from marin county is once again trying to kayak from california to hawaii. cyril demoro paramo rather is preparing to leave on the 2400 mile journey. on a 23 ft kayak next month. this will be his second attempt at the feet. last june. he called off the journey 70 miles west of santa cruz because of technical problems, but now, he says he is reassessed his game plan in hopes of joining just a few other people to complete the ocean journey earlier today, on the four we spoke to durham about his preparations. meet that says what went wrong technically, and pretty much you have to reinvent, at least
didn't work. how can we make it work? and then this person didn't work. how come they get better? and um, yeah, i've been doing that for a year now. so i'm ready this time. dare mo will have a water maker on board as well as enough food for 70 days, a satellite phone and a lot of technical gear. social media team will post updates from land and another land crew will closely monitor his trip. alright coming up in sports giants looking to avoid their fifth straight laws as they take on the visiting mets joe fonzi up next with some highlights on the 11 o'clock news watch. hundreds of northern california goats get turned into firefighters.
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tonight in sports. both area baseball teams are doing some serious scuffling. these days, the giants had lost four in a row as they opened a series against the mets tonight. evan longoria had doubled in the second when brandon crawford came to the plate. against the mets. david peterson crawford lines one to the deepest part of the ballpark for his fourth homer of the year. giants in front two to nothing, but alex cobb wasn't able to keep the lead. the mets loaded the bases with two outs in the third francisco lindor with the pop up down the left field line during rough gives chase but can't make the catch. as he tumbles into the stands. you can see that the ball lands fair and then goes into the stands itself for a ground will double two runs come home, and the game is tied at two. then this hurt still two outs and pete alonso gets into one. that's a three run homer alonso's 11th of the season. it's a five run inning and the mets were on their way. they continue to add on mark canha. remember him gets all of a mauricio lovera pitch with a runner on that would not coming
back either. the giants allow 18 hits and end up on the wrong end of their second straight route. losing 13 to 3. that's five straight losses for san francisco. the aids were in seattle tonight, trying not to make it eight losses in their last 11 games, saw his team falling through a hole in the third inning, but the a's got those runs back in the fourth. chad pinder hits one down the left field line off marco gonzales. the ball stays fair oakland on the board down 321. the a's got one more on a sacrifice fly. and then with two outs, tony kemp bloops one the other way it falls in no man's land. christian bethancourt comes home and it's a 33 game has didn't stay tied for long bottom of the fourth cal raleigh shoot for that left field line up zach loge 5 to 3, seattle and then in the fifth, it would be 7 to 3 ru henyo suarez, with a two run shot lug was touched for seven runs in his four and two thirds innings. the mariners
hang on for 7 to 6 win. that's 13 straight for seattle against oakland dating back to july of last year. the warriors are trying tomorrow to wrap up the nba's western conference final series in a four game sweep last night, they were expecting all the mavericks could dish out in their first home game in this series. instead, it was golden state that largely controlled the direction of the game, taking a 12 point lead in the third quarter with steph curry had three of his 31 curry feeling it on a night, which he shot 50% from the field, including five of 10 from three point range, will always be remembered as the signature play of the game. andrew wiggins with the poster ization dunk over luka dancing. this play was first ruling offensive foul, but the call was reversed when it was evident that there was no contact initiated by wiggins. another solid contribution from him. 27 points 11 rebounds then, after the mavericks had closed to within five jordan's pool buried a clutch three to put it away. kiss the mavericks. goodnight the warriors take a
commanding lead in the series with a 1091 10 win. steve curran knows that the post season is all about playing your best at the right time of the year. we're getting better as the playoffs go and no, it's not just individually, but collectively, i think we're making improvements and guys are really filling roles well, and it's fun to see it all come together and we talked about just trying to peek at the right time. continue to get better. everybody says that when you're going into a playoff room, and we really had to prove that, and to get to this point where we are that is the identity of this team that we've slowly figured it out and got better as each game. each series is gone, and we have more opportunity to keep proving that the only downer for the words last night is that one of their key contributors off the bench. otto porter is doubtful for game four quarters. only hooper the night he came down awkwardly on his foot quarter didn't play. the second half occurred this morning used
medical term of not feeling terrible described, which occur , said was good news, considering how things looked last night worries would like to get that sweep tomorrow and then rest while miami and boston slug it out in the east jimmy butler back playing for the heat tonight. this has been an impossible series to figure boston at home tonight, trailing two games to one, the celtics from the floor. derek white finds jason tatum on the lob the celtic trend to it 26 to 4 lead in the first quarter and never looked back. more celtic dominance has tatum drives baseline, then scoops underneath for two. tatum ended up with 31 points in the celtics rolled to a 102 80 to win the series tied at two games, each headed to miami on wednesday, a series that has not been close down the stretch in any of its four games. check this out time on a monday night occasion missed it . the stanford and alabama softball teams playing in elimination game in the regionals, was scoreless in the sixth inning when ali kenshiro
hit a high fly to right center off the glove of alabama's dallas goodnight. that will score a pair of runs. stanford was on the way to a route. elana voter gets a comebacker to end at six in the final. stanford will host oregon state this weekend and a super regional. alabama will not be doing that for the first time since 2000 and. five and we like to show you these foul balls into the stands because you never know how they'll end up in cincinnati , where chicago's alfonso rivas hits one into the people if he was golfing, that would be a hole in one. so what do you do when you get a baseball in your beer? you drink it the beer that is not the baseball with the ball. nice technique right there . little bit of pine tar flavor . whatever on that baseball slugger, yes. there it down. spider grip. yes thank you. all right, next to the 11. this could have been a lot worse. we lost some. you know, some feed
for the cattle. but outside of that, um, it doesn't look like there's any major damage. relief tonight for people in to a area communities hit by brush fires. the 11 o'clock news on ktvu. fox two starts now and good evening . once again. i'm mike mibach julie julie haener bay area. firefighters may already have the upper hand on today's brushfires, but they want everyone to keep their guard up because of the potential for more fires later this week. those who are asked to evacuate earlier today because of the pope. fire in the north bay can now return home. that fire started in st helena shortly after 5 30 this evening, right now firefighters have it about 80% contained after burning about five acres. the bigger fire to hit the bay area today broke out around 2 30 this afternoon in the east bay near camino, tassajara and highland road east of san ramon. one firefighter was injured before crews got the flames contain fires developed in areas not under a red flag, warning