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breaking news we've been following. new information on why san jose police shot and killed a pit bull. there. we are live at the fort of oakland where more than 1,000 long shoremen will not be at work today. another tense night in downtown oakland after three straight nights of violence and vandalism. how you can help police track down the troublemakers. good morning everyone. it is wednesday, july 17th i'm mike mibach. dave and pam are both off today. >> good morning. welcome to ktvu channel 2 morning news. let's have a quick look at weather and traffic. is it going to warm up a little bit today? >> a little bit. we had that big cool down. we never saw the fog bank. it's still there this morning.
inland temps out of of the 70s and now more 80s. here is sal. moving along pretty well on the san mateo bridge. it does move well as you drive over to the peninsula. we are getting a little bit of a backup in the middle lanes. let's go back to the desk. we have new information now on the breaking news in san jose we've been following since 4:30 this morning. police shot and killed a pit bull. and officers now say the case is connected to a series of mailbox break ins. paul chambers is in san jose where moments ago he talked to the owner of the dog. what did the owner say? >> the owner is very upset. very shaken. she didn't want to talk bus. let me show you right here. this is still an active investigation. as we said police are still currently investigating mail theft that happened on another part of town. officers went to that part of town at 1:30 this morning.
the suspects actually lived in this area. people gave them the vehicle description and it led them back here. that is when officers conducted follow up investigations and we can see the video here and track that vehicle back to this area. the vehicle's registered owner is on probation. officers conducted a probation search and made contact with a female at the house. officers were talking to a female when a large pit bull appeared and began to bite the officer in the back of his leg. another female living in the home who says she is the dog's owner says there is plenty of signage warning people she has a dog. >> cops are wrong. they should have never been at the house. >> the officer was fearing for his safety and lives and that is when he shot and killed the dog. the officer was trance ported to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. this is still an ongoing investigation. we tried to talk to the woman and ask her what was going on. i do know police did take a man
and put him in custody. i'm not sure if he is under arrest. once again it all started with a mail theft investigation from this morning. live in san jose i'm paul chambers. trucks are backing up at the port of oakland and it will be hours before they can pick up and drop off their shipments. tara moriarty is live for us this morning at the port with more on the tragedy. >> reporter: you can see all the trucks already here. officials with the long shoreman's union tell us 1300 of its workers will not be here at work today because one of their own died on the job. we are here at birth 55. that is where daniels was driving her tractor and died.
they rushed daniels to the hospital but she later died. we have not received official conformation of the death. they had no idea the port would not be in operation today. >> i wish it didn't happen. like i said this is news to me. [ inaudible ] >> reporter: but you don't know what you are going to do. will you wait it out until 7:00 this morning. >> i will wait until 7:00 this morning and get the official word if you will. all that sort of stuff and go home. what else can you do? you're not going to go in. you might as well go home. no sense of sitting here. >> reporter: i spoke to a leader earlier this morning that says daniels was always smiling and will be missed. her coworkers are standing down for her for 24 hours which means the port will be back to
business for 7:00 tonight. many on these truck drivers will be forced to turn around and come back here tomorrow morning. what it means is specially a loss of millions of dollars. it is 6:04. the not guilty verdict in the george zimmerman case has led to yet another confrontation between police and protestors in downtown oakland. this follows three straight nights of violence and vandalism. brian flores joins us live to tell us how police plan to catch the demonstrators. >> reporter: it's a pretty quiet morning here in downtown oakland. if you go along telegraph you see businesses like this.
>> reporter: now this was the scene late last night at frank ogawa plaza. dozens of demonstrators clashed with police. this was the third night in a row of wide spread violence and vandalism. but this morning there is criticism federal others. >> because we are so liberal own progressive. allow them to do what they don't do any other place. shame on us and shame on the people that are not doing anything about us. >> another person was taken in because he violated the city's noise ordnance. opd says they believe vandals don't live in the oakland area. coming up a little later on, we will talk about how smearer
channels are not ready to point fingers. 6:06. we have photo of the waiter that was the target of a brutal attack at the restaurant on telegraph avenue during monday night's protest. a masked protestor hit him in the face with a hammer as he tried to protect the restaurant from violent demonstrators. in a couple hours state agricultural workers will do what they can to trap the game have fruit fly. it feeds on citrus, tomatoes, and other plants and can wipe out crops. workers say their treatment plan does not effect humans. they will be coating utility poles and trees. those flies will then be trapped and removed. bart has angered many
commuters with its recent labor troubles. bart has been awarded the highest security rating possible by the tsa. this award could play into current contract negotiations which could lead to another strike next month. the junes say bart has not done inform to address the safety of its workers or riders. let's check in with sal to see how we are looking. >> good morning. right now we are look pretty good on the roads. we had an earlier crash in contra costa county on 680. that has been clear. let's look at 24 and traffic is moderately heavy between walnut creek and oakland. also the morning commute is moving along. and there is a little bit of a backup at the toll plaza. it seems a little lighter than usual in this july people take
time off. if you are driving in walnut creek we mentioned that earlier crash is gone and that cig alert has been lifted. highway 4 i want to show you the road sensors. some of that is carried over to today. the fog has but not the breeze. warmer air is coming in. it will start coming down. it made a pretty good surge inland. by tomorrow we will have thicker fog and keep that into the weekend. as high pressure builds in it squashes it. you can see there is plenty to go around. most locations say cloudy although yesterday made it out to vacaville. a lot of low clouds and fog. has moves outs there is another system dropping offshore.
that will give us the western edge. again we don't get the north, northeast wind. it's the inland temps that will warm up. 90 to near 100 degrees. probably all the way into the weekend. yet coast will stay into the 60s and 70s. very mild for some. a little cooler to the north and far enough inland. the sea breeze which was the key yesterday is going down, down, down. yesterday was 35. two hours ago. still a little bit of a westerly wind. so we don't lose that. you can see from sfo and hayward. 37 in tahoe. 53 sacramento. a little cool for them. there is a lot of tropical clouds that might play. fog, sun, warmer. the fog will burn off sooner. lows are very mild. 60s and 70s and 80s.
temperatures should jump up a good sum. it is 6:10. a controversy at uc berkeley. coming up in ten minutes why her nomination has upset jewish groups. new information about a deadly lion attack that test results explain what did not cause that attack. congress gets to question the obama administration on details on the new health care law. medications?
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it is 6:13. happening today the obama administration will face tough questions over the president's health care law. in the next hour administration officials have tex plain exactly why they are delaying part of the new law. as ktvu kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom this comes as the house plans to vote on the affordable care act today. >> reporter: this afternoon's vote will mark the 38th time the house has voted to defund, delay, or repeal obama care. today's vote specifically aims to delay the individual mandate. president's health care law
requires people to prove they are insured this coming january but some employers don't have to provide insurance until january of 2015. and some fear companies will drop coverage on their workers next year to save some money. even if the house passes the bill to delay the individual mandate today the democratic controlled senate says it won't do the same. next hour both parties on capitol hill will be -- we will be watching and listening live when it gets under way in 45 minutes. i've in washington kyla campbell. we have new information on couscous. no signs of rabies which might have explained at atook. couscous was shot and killed after mauling the park volunteer earlier this year. the parents of the woman killed
believes the highon waslying rough when it bro rothery daughter's neck. it would -- it would also left the statues of limitations for one year. the victims say they need extra time to deal with the trauma but the catholic church calls the bill a step backwards. a 2002 bill led to hundreds of lawsuits resulting in the church paying $1.6 billion in settlements. the state public utilities commission is taking a tougher stand and now wants pg&e to pay a major fine related to the san bruno pipeline explosion. the puc says the utility should pay at least $300 million in fines for the blast that killed
eight people. a fast the current recommendation has shareholders picking up the bill for safety upgrades. a new development in a santa rosa robbery case. three suspects have been firsted with both -- police say the suspects -- the sus iss arrested about -- a man is accused of stabbing two people at a gas station. john of concord stabbed two men outside the bonn fair market last wednesday. he was with a group of people that walked up to the victims as he was pumping gas.
he asked. people who live outs of san francisco will have to bea fee. to help college the city council decided to make the fee permanent to tourists. admission remains free for san francisco residents. the city of palo alto plans to cut down 23 dies or -- that that -- the sun is up. when that happens. sal, that usually means the traffic is starting to pick up. >> that is right.
no problems on the actual bridge. if you are making your way to san francisco, this commute looks good. northbound 101 approaching the 80 split. that traffic is moving along very nicely. also we are looking at the peninsula and traffic on 101 northbound and southbound still looking very good. if you are driving into the san jose area just a little building we are also looking at 580. once you get into livermore and that slow traffic on the tracy triangle it does look good. let's go to steve. thank you, sal. more low clouds. again a sea breeze is really just kind of about half maybe even more than that. from what it was yesterday. we still have a big fog bank. yesterday's readings a good 12- 18 degrees below average. concord should be 87. you know we have to turn around that around. and we will today. santa rosa couldn't even reach
70. 73 in don ford. 85 livermore. 60s yet antioch is 54. napa 54. fairfield 55. fairfield's breeze is out of the west around 14 miles an hour. yesterday was 35. that is a hunch difference. high pressure is building in. today is that day between tuesday and thursday. thursday will start to see warmer temps. but they will still be near average to slightly below. 80s for the inland areas to upper 80s. again yesterday was so far below. santa rosa 78. 74 redwood city. livermore 85. 80 santa clara valley. 60s and 70s on the coast. warmer weather inland. microsoft says it's still
waiting to hear back from the attorney general. my crop soft wants eric holder to personally review a gag order preventing the release of details about data information requests. the company already went to court asking for permission to release the number of data requests that came from national security officials. tech companies have been limited by saying how many law enforcement request it receives. campbells is rolling out a new flavor of spa get owes. now they will get cheese burger flavored pasta in a can. it's the third time in 50 years there is a new spa get owes flavor. some license plates are getting a digital makeover. >> it went straight through me. it went like from my head down
to the back of my pine to my left thigh and on my foot. >> a louisiana woman struck by lightning inside a grocery store. the possible explanation behind her close call. i'm totally in love with the avocado on this sub. i love avocado so much i started a facebook page. oh, you should post a picture of my new earrings. those would go perfectly with this sweater i'm knitting. [ male announcer ] show your avocado love! try it on the turkey & spinach or subway club. subway. eat fresh®.
a mother in louisiana is sharing a surreal experience. she was struck by lightning while inside a grocery store. >> the flash occurred when et hit me the first time i felt a burn first. then the pain to my thigh. >> l.a. queachy brooks was shopping during the middle of a storm when lightning struck the roof of the building. first responders say the electricity probably traveled through a sprinkler system and struck a metal plate on the floor where brooks was standing. >> it hit right through the top of my head, down my spine, all the way to my left side. it ricocheted to my right foot. >> brooks was take ton the hospital -- taken to the hospital.
california have gents will vote on a new student member that will become the first muslim to hold the post. some jewish groups are opposing the nomination because some of the student's political activities. the cal berkeley senator cosponsored a bill calling for thety vestment of funds. the committee that recommended her says she's been active in promoting inner faith gathering on campus. california is preparing to test out digital license plates but not everyone likes the idea. a recent senate bill is creating a pilot program that will outfit 160,000 cars with the digital plates. the state says the plates will have electronic numbers and save the dmv time and money. but privacy groups say it's not a good idea. that means your location could be available to the government at any time. speaking of cars driving around. let's check in with sal. see how things are moving on
the roads. >> things are getting a little busier now as we get closer to can where -- to 7:00 where it's usually the peak of the time. at the mccarthur maze it still looks good. when you get there, it's a backup of 15 minutes. in the livermore valley we've had slow traffic coming in west 580. if you're getting on the freeway in dublin, that drive still looks good. let's go to steve. thank you, sir. we still have a lot of low clouds around. there is plenty of low clouds around. 70s and 80s in the inland areas that were in the 70s yesterday. 60s and 70s coast and bay. new developments in the ash january that airlines crash at sfo. the action more than 80 passengers now plan to take. shots are fired in san jose
there has been a lot of concern over when the stimulus program may begin to ease. ben bernanke speaking to congress today and we'll have more that coming up shortly. and good morning. thanks for joining us on ktvu channel 2 morning news. it's wednesday, july 17th i'm tori campbell. >> i'm mike mibach. pam and dave have the morning off. time is 6:30. an update to breaking news in the south bay. san jose police say one of
their officers feared for her life and had no choice but to open fire on a pit bull. paul chambers is live in san jose where police investigated two separate crime scenes. >> reporter: police say records check show the vehicles registered owner on probation. officers conducted a probation search and made contact with the female inside the home. as they continue their investigation, officers were talking to that female when a large pit bull appeared from a basement and began to bite the officer in the back of his leg. another female living in the home who says she is the owner of the dog says the dog was just doing its job by protecting its home and not
surprised the dog bit the officer. >> if he came on the property, yes. that is what he was there for. >> reporter: you said you had a sign out? >> there is a sign on my gate. you can go look at it. >> reporter: the officer fearing for his life shot and killed the dog. the officers trance ported to a local area hospital and currently being treated for nonlife threatening injuries. we just learned the house where this happened is a police where several residents lived. coming up you will hear from the residents who said they heard the fatal shot. live in san jose i'm paul chambers. happening today the san jose police department is releasing updated crime statistics for the first six months of the year. the department is expected to send out updated information on the gang suppression efforts. this was all announced yesterday on twitter. today's report should include information on everything from homicides to hate crimes. it is 6:32. tragedy at the port of oakland has all but shut down
operation. ktvu channel 2 reporter tara moriarty is at the port where a long line of trucks could be turned away and told to come back later. right tara? >> reporter: that is right. in a half hour typically the trucks would be going into the gates. those gates will not be opening this morning. that is because of a fallen long shoreman. if you pan over to the right you can see this incredibly long line. that is unusual but they will get in at 7:00 this morning. we are told they will all be turned away and have to come back tomorrow morning. we're here at birth 55. that is where coworkers say 47- year-old joy daniels was drives her tractor when she died. this is a facebook picture of daniels that worked just hours before. emergency crews responded to the shipping yard around 2:45 yesterday afternoon and rushed daniels to the hospital but she later died. we have not received official conformation on the cause of death but meantime truck drivers say they had no idea the port wouldn't be in operation today. >> i will wait until can this
morning and then get the official word if you will. all that sort of stuff. and then go home. what else can you do? you are not going to go in. you might as well go home. no sense of sitting here. >> reporter: ilwu local 10 is to which daniels belonged. we spoke to some of the leaders that said daniels coworkers are standing down for her for 24 hours. which means the port will back to business as usual by 7:00 tonight. since pickups and deliveries only happen in the morning, many of the truck drivers will be forced to turn around and come back tomorrow. what means is a loss of millions of dollars to the port and the ships will not be able to off load their cargo today. tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. 6:34. more than 80 passengers on ash january that's airlines flight 214 plan to sue.
the suit also says some escape ramps that opened inside the plane blocked the passengers exit. a bay area woman is also filed a lawsuit against asiana airlines. an tern claims the woman and eight-year-old son suffered back and neck injuries in the crash. the woman says she has been unable to return to her job as a foreign language instructor for the military. relatives of a missing girl in oakland will pray for her safe return. candle light vigil is set for 6:30 tonight. that is where her father reported her missing one week ago. john webb was notably absent at a news conference. daphne's mother however was there but too emotional to speak. >> these past few days have
been the worst nightmare of any parent and for me as they be daphne's grandfather. >> oakland police say they have not identified john webb as a suspect in dauphiness disappearance. the girl was last seen in late june. the family is working with the class kids foundation to help find her. it's 6:35. patients of sutter health hospitals could be in danger of identity theft. last month sutter sent out letters to 4500 patients. notifying them of a security breech. the patients may have had their personal information leaked possibly including names, social security numbers, dates of birth, addresses, and phone numbers. sutter is offering effected patients free credit monitoring services and trying to determine the source of the security breech. the top research universities in the u.s. are being forced to tighten computer security as they are subject to millions of hacking attempts weekly according to the new york times. most of the cyber attacks are
believed to come from china even after discovering a computer break in. the universities may not be able to tell what was taken. uc berkeley says it doubled the cyber security budget since last year after discovering millions of attempted break ins. coming up at 6:53 the as far as based organization that has filed a lawsuit against the national security agency surveillance program. it's my monday but hump day for a lot of folks at home. hopefully not too sluggish as people get out of the home. >> mike and tori it hasn't been that bad out there. we have slow traffic to be sure. we haven't had any major problems. the one problem we did have on eight o'clock 0 cleared up about 45 minutes ago. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. it's backed up for a 20 minute delay. also san francisco northbound 101 traffic that looks god. if you're on the freeway or going to be on the freeway southbound 101 heading down to
the airport it's a straight shot. we have been looking at the livermore valley and traffic is getting busier. also on the peninsula we mentioned 101 it looks good. now let's go to steve. thank you, sal. a very good morning. we have a lot of low clouds around. we have gusts 25-35 miles an hour. low clouds up around 2800 feet. they are coming down. they are still there. they made a pretty good push. very cool on tuesday. way below average. good 15-20 degrees for some. santa rosa couldn't even hit 70. today 78. don ford from 70 to 83. 85 today in san jose. warm air is building in. it's an indication of high pressure coming in. plus that sea breeze has really collapsed. there is still a component of a west wind. today we won't see the thick fog. i think by tomorrow if not by tomorrow than by friday into saturday.
but yesterday the it was way up there but it's still coming down. the low responsible for it has moved out. high pressure is building in. and that is allowing very mild temperatures. 50s and 60s. i may not make this here mike stand by. west at 14 at fairfield concord. but yesterday was about 35 miles an hour. so temperatures today they are pretty mild. they will warm up quick. i'm going to send it back mike. back to you. it will be warmer today. trust me. >> thanks. there is breaking news from england. the country is legalizing gay marriage. british lawmakers passed the bill that applies to great britain and wales. and queen elizabeth has given her royal approval. more evacuations are under way in southern california as a fire continues to threaten more homes. the fire has grown to 14,000
acres. about 5078 houses are under evacuation order including camp ronald mcdonald which hosts children with cancer. the fire is spreading heavy smoke and ash to surrounding communities. right now it's only 10% contained. san francisco's cliff house is celebrating 150 years of business. and to mark the anniversary the cliff house is holding free history day today and tomorrow in the terrace room. from now through december both restaurants will be offering dining specials. the cliff house was built in 1863 and has been renovated three times. a warning to families with children and pets in marin county. >> he was already on the ground. it knocked him down. then it started hitting him with the antlers. >> a deer attacks a dog in marin county. coming up in ten minutes the encounter that left the labrador partially paralyzed. another night of vandalism after the george zimmerman
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off sooner today. more 80s inland. time now 6:43. here's a quick look at some of the top stories we are following for you right few. san jose police say an officer is in the hospital after getting bit by a pit bull. the officers stopped the attack by shooting and killing the dog. the officer is being treated for nonlife threatening injuries. police were looking for a pa reel lee as part -- parolee as part of a mail theft investigation. union officials say 47-year- old joy daniels died yesterday afternoon. the workers were given today off to mourn her death. the next shift at the port will report back to work at 7:00 p.m.. the knot verdict in the george zimmerman case has led to another confrontation between police and protestors. this here was the scene at frank ogawa plaza late last night. dozens of demonstrators clashed with police in riot gear after three straight nights. ktvu brian flores is joining us now to tell us how they plan to
catch the troublemakers. it's pretty quiet but that was not the case late last night. many businesses effected and some are still rebuilding like the men's warehouse located off telegraph. you see the boarded windows and broken glass from a few days ago. police are asking anyone with cell phone video to come forward so police can catch the vandals responsible. but as you mentioned this was the third night in a row of protests. some say compared to previous days. last night's protest was more subdued. many are upset over the george zimmerman not guilty vote. we spoke with many who agree with the protest but questioning about the uptake in vandalism. this has been echoed by many who say they don't want to point fingers but want the violence and vandalism to stop. >> i don't know.
>> frustrating. >> yeah. >> reporter: and former city council president e.g. fascia sayers he blame's oakland's political relationship for not taking is a law and order stance. police say they brought two people into custody. last night one person had an outstanding warrant. the other violated the noise ordnance. many of the vandals don't live in the oakland area. coming up we will tell you why the oakland police say they may consider mutual aid like in previous nights. live in downtown oakland i'm brian flores. it's 6:46. the justice department is not likely to file charges against george zimmerman. the justice department says it will be difficult to prove zimmerman targeted trayvon martin because he was black and prosecuting federal hate crimes requires clear evidence which they do not have in this case. yesterday attorney general eric holder says the department is
looking at all angles before making a decision. four of the six jurors in the zimmerman trial are distancing themselves from a juror that spoke to anderson cooper about the trial. that juror identified only as b- 37 told cooper she believed trayvon martin hit zimmerman first. she says martin played a large role in his own death. four of the other jurors issued a statement yesterday saying her views are her own. ohio man is expected to plead not guilty today to more than 600 new charges in connection with a kidnapping of three women. the expanded indictment against ariel castro now includes more than 1,000 criminal counts including charges of kidnapping, rape, and child endangerment. castro is accused of holding three women captive for about ten years in his cleveland home. his trial is scheduled to begin early next month. a child care worker is due in court today.
20-year-old nicholas lhermine was arrested after the little girl told her parents that lhermine assaulted her. it happened when he was alone inside with the girl. while searching his computer they also found pornographic photos of a 17-year-old girl. two new walmart stores are opening in the bay area this morning. but not everyone is happy about it. walmart neighborhood markets open their door to the public in vallejo and -- the vallejo store will provide 95 new jobs. but protestors plan to be at the pleasanton opening. they are opposed to low wages and walmart's "antiunion action". let's swing it to sal. >> traffic is doing pretty well around the bay area. we've had a couple things going
on but highway 4 a little slow here coming in over the willow pass -- 15-20mys at the tolosa as opposed -- at the toll plaza as opposed to 30 minutes or more. 101 and 280 are doing very well. now to steve. thank you, sal. we have a lot of low clouds around. the sea breeze has really -- most locations are saying calm. yesterday anywhere from 20-30 miles an hour. fog was up around 25-26 so that warm air aloft is lowering. we don't have any thick fog today. i wouldn't be surprised by tomorrow or tomorrow into friday. the coast will deal with very thick fog. which means inland temps will warm up.
a little cooler for far inland locations. once that fog burns off. high pressure son its way back in. as it does come up from the desert southwest that means inland temps will come up again. we just get the western edge of it for now. so mild lows. a westerly breeze is there. nothing compared to yesterday when it was just rip roaring right along. 60s and 70s and 80s. these are near average to slightly below for some of the inland temps. we'll go above that starting tomorrow. 60s and 70s closer to the water. thank you, steve. ten minutes before 7:00. rock star treatment for the accused boston bomber. the controversial magazine cover that is creating a fire storm of criticism. i don't know why. why these people come. >> heart ache and loss.
investors also encouraged by reassurance from ben bernanke. there was no preset course for ending the banks massive bond purchasing program. the dow is currently up three. the dads knack up -- nasdaq up six. there are new details about a man accused of a killing rampage at a san francisco jewelry mart. barry white will return to court next wednesday after making his first appearance yesterday. he faces 16 felony charges including two counts of murder. prosecutors say surveillance video shows him shooting, stabbing, and killing two female store clerks and wounding the owner last friday in a dispute over $300. the brother of one of the victim's is having a difficult time coping. >> i don't understand why these monsters have guns and knives. what is happening? >> prosecutors say one of the attacks was so severe the
victim was near leady capitated-- nearly decapitated. snowden has applied for temporary asylum in russia. snowe ken has said he only wants to remain in russia temporarily until he can make it to one of the latin american companies that has offered him permanent asylum. snowden has been warned against taking any actions that would damage relations between the u.s. and russia. the san francisco based electronic frontier foundation has filed a lawsuit to stop the government electronic surveillance program revealed by snowden. they collect phone numbers, locations, and duration of phone calls made by millions of people in the u.s.. the nsa says it's aimed at preventing terrorists attacks. 19 organizers including
religious, environmental, and human rights groups have joined the lawsuit. the latest issue of rolling stone magazine has ignited a fire storm of criticism on social media sites. on the cover of the august issue is accused boston marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev. families in court madder a are being warned to pay closer attention to small kids and pets. a deer attacked his dog in the driveway last weekend. casper a yellow lab who is currently unable to walk on his back legs. deer feed off of local fruit trees and have become aggressive. >> and at the same time it's like they caught eyes and the deer jumped up and was foaming
at the mouth and scared the heck out of her. >> casper's veterinarian bill is $7,000 and counting. the casper should make a full recovery with physical therapy. many bay area baseball fans were tuned into last night's all star game which aired right here on ktvu. >> the 2-2 pitch. strike out ends the inning. >> graham pitched one scoreless inning in the america's league 3-1 victory. bruce bochey was the american league manager. buster posey struck out in the seventh inning. shut out there. shut out last year. >> the big story riviera. the mvp. final appearance in the national league in the all star game. obviously he's playing for the american league. let's check in with sal. a new crash in free on the. that is right.
southbound 880 at mallory avenue. this crash is blocking lanes. a quick look at the bay bridge toll plaza that is backed up for a 15 minute delay. here is steve. we still have a pretty good looking fog bank. the sea breeze has really tailed off compared to yesterday. fog was really high but it's still coming down. inland temps will begin to warm up. coming up on mornings on 2 breaking news. new information on why san jose police shot and killed a pit bull. bart commuters worried about strike next month.
an investigation into a mail theft ends with an officer shooting and killing a dog. angry protesters claim most oakland police officers live in the suburbs. the latest confrontation and how police are responding to the recent violence and vandalism. >> reporter: chaos at the port of oakland. long lines and things are at a standstill. what it has to do with
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