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One 66 81. Keeping up pressure on big oil as gasoline prices continue to drop fast. President Biden saying there is a disconnect between the price of oil per barrel and what oil companies are charging drivers. I've been working to make sure that when the price of oil comes down, the price at the pump comes down as well and comes down in real time. President Biden saying U.S. oil production now nearing a record high at 12 million barrels per day. ABC's Andy field in Washington. If you're trying to buy a house and get a loan for a car pay off credit card debt or take out a business loan, action this week could affect you, says ABC's did your Bolton. Trying to combat inflation, the fed has already raised rates three times this year, making all borrowing more expensive, consensuses on Wednesday, the fed will do more of the same and raise rates by 75 basis points matching the move that it made in June. Tricky operation, ABC's Mark remould, Japan's nuclear authority has approved details of a plan to release treated radioactive wastewater from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear power plant. The approval enables the Tokyo electric power company to start building needed facilities in order to release the wastewater into the sea. Instead of space station China or China's eyes in the sky, this is what they call it, says ABC's Lama Hassan. China's space agency confirms a successful launch of a second module for its space station, which is called heavenly palace, which Beijing hopes will be operational by the end of the year. This is ABC News. Good afternoon, it's four O four northwest traffic every ten minutes on the fours from the dubin law group traffic center and Evan Smith. Seeing report of a collision or rather flashing signals at 8th avenue northwest in a leery wait northwest northwest treat that is a all way stop. Meanwhile, collision confirmed it north 105th street at roar out of north block and eastbound in westbound lanes in that area, also slowing on stuff known by the N Seattle before you get to the ship canal bridge, and also slowing northbound around the elbow curve, but it has T-shirt remaining on south down 5 and Marysville approaching the scene of an earlier crashed near 88th that has since cleared some 405 slowing after I 90 northbound off and on a hesitation around the S curves, and still seem to lengthy slow down northbound 5 from latency to J BLM, our next traffic is at four 14. Time now for your northwest weather forecast from the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center. The sunny street continues more sunshine today tomorrow and even beyond for the week ahead. Temperatures were really going to get your attention. Today, low to mid 80s, but there were even hotter onto the work week ahead by midweek mid 90s in parts of western Washington. In the couple of the centers on come on news. But right now it is sunny and mild 78° in Seattle. Stay connected, stay informed with the northwest's only all news station. Northwest news radio. Good afternoon, everyone. I'm John lobar cini, it is four O 6, our top story at the top of the hour, the hot weather and the threat of fire. In the eastern part of the state, temperatures are expected to hit 90° with triple digits possible by the end of the week. That led fire departments across Spokane county to declare a fire danger burn restriction effective on Friday. In fact, the national weather service is calling for 90° temps well into the early days of August. In Seattle, as you just heard, 95° temperatures expected by Wednesday, but overnight lows are not going to dip all that much. They'll linger somewhere in the low to upper 60s. And on the subject of climate change. Vice president Al Gore on ABC's this week says it's time for the U.S. and Europe to do something. Record heat and wildfire striking both places. That's why the heat records are being broken. All the time now. That's one of the storms are stronger. Why the ice is melting in the sea levels, rising, and why the droughts and fires are hitting us so hard. And so many other consequences. Gorsuch's new research shows global warming pollution inside the atmosphere is now the equivalent of 600,000 Hiroshima class atomic bombs, leading to the increase in natural disasters. Back here in western Washington in Chilean county, sheriff's deputies recovered the body of a kayaker

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