tv Mornings on 2 FOX July 24, 2013 7:00am-9:01am PDT
>> reporter: guns were being thrown out of a getaway car this morning. we'll tell you about the break- in that happened at this indoor gun range and tell you how police caught up with the suspect. [chanting] >> rowdy protesters disrupting a city council meeting. why the police had to be called in and the big question
officials are trying to answer this morning. and pitching a new vision for america's economy. who the president is expected to send a message to later today. "mornings on 2" starts now. well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." it's wednesday, july 24th. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm pam cook. let's start with steve. any sun? >> oh, yes. the tropical clouds gave us the midwest or northeast feel are gone. a lot more sunshine today. it will not be as humid. we have a lot of fog near the coast. 60s to 90s inland. steve, right now, traffic looks good on the san mateo bridge. you can see traffic moving well out to the peninsula with no major problems. i want to talk about eastbound highway 4 near bailey. police have temporarily stopped traffic on eastbound highway 4
in the bailey area. i'm beginning to see -- it's kind of hard to tell on this camera. you can see the traffic is coming to a standstill eastbound 4 near bailey road and it's a situation where reportedly a tow truck driver was somehow attacked and police are on the scene trying to help that out. you can see the traffic beginning to slow down. we'll keep you posted. we'll beginning with developing news from the south bay. police are busy in santa clara, they are gathering evidence from an early-morning burglary at a gun store. ktvu's janine de la vega joins us live in santa clara to tell us how the police tracked down the suspects. janine? >> reporter: david, still a mess here at reed's indoor gun range. it's located on dwayne avenue on a frontage road right along 101. it's an industrial area here. you can see some of the damage here. this is the window where thieves broke into the store to try to steam some guns.
the owner, jim reed, let us in the store this morning to show us all of the damage and broken glass. police say the silent alarm system alerted them of the break-in that happened at about 3:30 this morning as officers drove up to the range, they spotted a getaway car. they followed it. and the suspects started to throw rifles out of the window. police say the three people inside tried to run away. but officers were able to take them into custody. the storeowner says he's grateful to police officers and he also says he's glad that he invested in an expensive alarm system. >> that's why the police were here so quickly, and why everything was apprehended is because everything is secure and having a good, you know, secure system of alarms and stuff, just to prevent this kind of thing. the police are shocked they were even able to get as far as they were able to get. >> reporter: police arrested two men and one woman. they say all of them have prior
criminal records. officers have spent the morning searching the streets to see if any guns or ammunition may have been tossed out the window, if they are still laying around. the owner believes that everything is accounted for. we're still waiting for a police spokesman to arrive here on the scene to give us confirmation. if there's anything that they are looking for, we know they have been in touch with the gun range owner. he's had to give them serial numbers of some of the weapons here. so there's still concern because a little while ago we did see officers searching in the bushes just to double check to make sure they have all of their evidence. reporting live from santa clara, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. we are getting a look at a protest that broke up a richmond city council meeting and prompted a response from police. alex savidge has the video that was released by a councilmember. alex? >> reporter: and i spoke with that councilmember a short time ago this morning.
i told me a lot of recent meetings here have gotten out of hand. he said the problem is getting worse. last night, city council had to clear out chambers because of a number of noisy protesters and he says it remains unclear what's exactly prompting the demonstrations. [inaudible] >> reporter: this is video posted online last night by councilmember tom butt. it shows one demonstrator screaming through a bullhorn in the middle of the meeting. there were also a number of other people who also interrupted the proceedings as well. richmond police officers had to come in and clear out the council chambers. some protesters were escorted out arm in arm. there was even one group that broke in the middle of the room. after the chambers were cleared out. 100 people were forced to watch it in the lobby.
now the councilmember talked to me and i asked him what he believes is behind the demonstrations. at this point, he says there doesn't seem to be a theme to the protest. >> in this case, i don't know. i don't know anyone knows what the point was except to show they could disrupt the city council meeting. >> reporter: still, things carried on. city residents who signed up to speak during the public comment period were escorted back into council chambers five at a time to do so. and the councilmember said because of all of the delays, last night's meeting didn't end until midnight. despite the disruption -- despite the disruptions, no arrests were made. alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. a south bay ymca daycare worker already accused of child molestation faces more charges. ktvu's robert handa first broke this story yesterday right here on "mornings on 2." last week, prosecutors charged him with assaulting a 6-year-
old girl and possessing pornographic girl of another underaged girl. yesterday, the suspect was back in court facing a third charge. this one involving a 5-year-old girl. >> he took sexually explicit he photos of her. directives were -- detectives were able to corroborate the evidence from the photos from his cell phone. >> through good police work and good forensic police work, we were able to recover images in this case. >> reporter: now, the suspect is being held without due. he's due back in court in september to enter a plea. the ymca does require background checks when working with children. we're told he passed the fbi and department of justice background. he also passed a state test as part of the ymca's child care licensing process.
a california man posing as a pilot has been ordered to face charges on monday. now, investigators say he managed to get hired to high hospital and news helicopters hundreds of times here in northern california. court papers show he flew at least one time for kcrk cr we're also learning new details about the arrest of a boat captain after a chase involving the coast guard in the san francisco bay. prosecutors say david mccormick broadcast a fake call for help in an australian accent over the weekend saying his "mate had fallen overboard near sausalito." mccormick said any attempt to board his ship would be an act of war. mccormick appeared in court yesterday on charges of communications of reporting false distress and assault on an officer.
mills high school today will hold a meeting about the decision about the college board to throw out hundreds of a.p. test scores. the board is making some of the students take the test all over again because student seating regulations were followed when those exams were given in may. the school district officials are considering suing the college board. they say no cheating has been reported. 7:08. almost 7:09. let's check back in with sal for a look at the commute. >> we're looking at highway 4 westbound. we noticed some police activity on eastbound 4 near bailey. westbound 4, it's slow as you drive over to the willow pass grade. it looks like whatever it was may have been cleared up and traffic is still slow coming out of pittsburg toward the baypoint area, as it normally is. as we move it out there, you can see traffic is looking good. bay bridge, that's not looking that great. it's backed up for about a 25- minute delay. this is really the peablg peak
of the commute. if we're lucky, we may see improvement by 8:00. we've been looking at some of the traffic times, get a gauge of what the commute is looking like. between 238 and mowry, 22 minutes. i've seen it worse. much you get past fremont, it is okay. the twitter nation is alive and well. all-mighty said the sun woke him up in oakland. that's his name. that's true. we've had the higher drudz, pleasant hill, blue sky, hercules blue sky and redwood shore, the pelicans are back in the marsh. good information this morning. we have the higher clouds this morning. gave us the humidity. i mean, you know, pretty high humidity for us yesterday. that was definitely a taste of tropical weather. that's gone. also turned at&t into a hitter's park with no breeze
and the higher clouds. they are gone. back to normal tonight. it looks like 50s, 60s during the game. i think we'll get a west wind. mostly clear. overall, temperatures, you know, by the coast, really not going to change. not going to change that much in san francisco either. just kind of like my graphic here is not changing at all either. there it goes. about ready to do a johnny carson dance there. 67 in san francisco. that will be the forecasted high and it really has not done much at all. take a look at satellite picture and it does show there's very warm air aloft. i'm going to have to wrap this up. you get ready. i'm gonna toss it back to you. >> the humidity, steve. that's what it is. 7:11. still ahead -- a controversial business in concord under investigation, only on 2. >> we need a legitimate business up there. they to me are not a legitimate
business. >> coming up in 15 minutes, this business shut down after our reporters showed up. remember edward snowden? he received permission to leave moscow airport. where he could be headed next. the thing is bee, i got my mom wrapped around my little finger. do you? yeah, i do. huh. i said i want honey nut cheerios uh huh. and she just totally caved. it's all about psychology buzz. psychology? as long as i don't tell him the cereal is healthy -- he can't get enough. sad, really. i kind of feel bad that i tricked him. but...it was easy.
some areas of fog. but there's a lot of sunshine today compared to yesterday when we had the cloudy skies, the tropical clouds. they've cleared out. 60s. inland temperatures, 80s and 90s. the man accused of leaking confidential information about the nsa's surveillance programs will be allowed to leave the moscow airport. a russian news agency says snoed nd has been given travel documents to leave the airport and enter russia. he applied temporary asylum
last week. it's believed he's been held up in the transit zone since june. happening now -- the house in washington scheduled to vote on an amendment to a spending bill that would limit the nsa's authority to secretly get the phone records of millions of americans. the amendment would not allow the nsa to collect phone records on the patriot act unless an individual is under investigation. now, jay carney says ending the program would take away a key tool in the fight against terrorism. the head of the nsa also made a last-minute trip to capitol hill urging lawmakers to reject that measure. and this morning, german chancellor merkel is calling for an international agreement guaranteeing the right to online privacy. the announcement comes after it was revealed the nsa has been spying on allies of the united states in europe. merkel is asking members of the
european union to expand a treatly from 19 -- treaty from 1966. also happening today -- president obama hits the road to promote his economic policies. air force one is scheduled to depart air force base andrews right now. kif law campbell has more on the political tug-of-war. >> reporter: pam, let's take a live look at joint base andrews where marine one is landing and air force one is going to take off for illinois in just a few minutes. the white house says the president's speeches this week are critical to refocus congress and the country on the economy. they point to private sector growth. but analysts say he's taking a risk by pointing to positive economic news a few months
before congress needs to raise the debt sealing and agree on a budget. >> we're not gonna raise the debt sealing without real cuts in spending. it's as simple as that. >> white house officials say the president's speeches are more than just talk. they have three main goals. i will have those next hour. back to you. a court hearing could determine the economic future of detroit. a federal bankruptcy judge will consider a lawsuit. detroit filed for an 18.5 billion bankruptcy protection last week. 20,000 retired city workers argue that the bankruptcy filing must be withdrawn because it vs michigan's constitution protecting the pensions of public employees. developing news in the gulf
of mexico, a natural gas rig is son fire following an overnight explosion. the rig is burning on the platform about 60 miles off the coast of grand isle, louisiana. 44 workers were evacuated before that fire broke out. we're told no oil is leaking into the gulf of mexico. back here at home, this morning a suspect is in the marin county jail in the latest stolen bus case in the bay area. investigators say a golden gate transit bus was reported stolen late yesterday in novato. police found the bus and they arrested a suspect a short time later north of novato in santa rosa. that suspect's now facing vehicle theft and drug charges. now, you remember last week, police in san francisco arrested a man that they say stole an a.c. transit bus and trove it almost 1 -- drove it almost 100 miles to man tee ta -- manteca area.
the names of the police who pepper sprayed those during a protest can be released. this incident was videotaped and widely viewed on the internet. the san francisco giants are headed to the white house for the second time in three years to celebrate the team's 2012 world series win. want to show you video of their last visit celebrating the team's win in 2010. president obama will welcome the giants to the white house next monday. that event will take place about 11:00 a.m. pacific time. >> i saw willie mays down there last time. that would be nice if he went back. he and the president really hit it off. your weather -- a cooler forecast for the bay area. look outside, a lot of fog, too, these are live pictures. how long will the humidity hang
around. stay tuned. steve will have your forecast. and next, a group of orange county sheriff's deputies pull a man from a burning taxi. the daring rescue was caught on video. good morning. highway 4 looks pretty good so far coming up to the baypoint area. we'll tell you more about the morning commute on a wednesday.
welcome back to "mornings on 2." some orange county sheriff's deputies are being hailed as heroes. they saved a man from a burning vehicle. he had crashed a minivan taxi into a pole. take a look at this video. his foot was actually caught on the accelerator. he couldn't get out. the deputies pulled him just before the fire swallowed up the cab. >> we saw the flames going up. the guy was so fortunate with
the timing. he probably would have burned in the car. >> the driver may have gone into diabetic shock which may have caused that crash. this video of a rescue in the oakland estuary. three sisters became stuck in the mud while riding on a jet ski yesterday. they were very relieved to see the rescue crew arrive to help them. all three sisters do not know how to swim. only on 2, a concord business that proagree -- thash was providing internet gamble wag shut down. people who live nearby say the neighborhood was gone downhill since that internet cafe moved under a sign reading "the hills." they cite an increase in petty crimes they believe comes from the cafe's clientele. ktvu went into investigate. >> break-ins in broad daylight. it's gone from being a quiet
neighborhood, out in front of a -- it looks like a dive casino outside of a las vegas casino. >> a woman announced they were closing. the city attorney has sent the cafe a cease and desist letter. they may file an injunction in court. a sailboat that's been one man's labor of love for 40 years has been freed. the 70-foot schooner used to look like this until july 4th. brown accidentally ran the boat aground. it surge into the mud. it was fine -- it sunk into the mud. it was finally pulled out yesterday. what's next for the boat, that's up in the air. >> it really depends on whether i can entice some people i know
to take it and if they do, then it's gone onto the next generation and i will be very happy. >> the browns started building that boat by hand 43 years ago. now he just wants to see it live on. right now, it's 7:24. let's check in with sal. what are you keeping an eye on for the commute this morning, sal? >> this time we're gonna start in the south bay and 280 northbound. it's getting busier driving up to the west valley. it's not too bad. it's certainly slow especially as you approach highway 17. this is a live look at downtown san jose. that's northbound 280 on the right side of your screen. if you are driving on the nimitz freeway, between 238 and the fremont area, so between 238 and mowry avenue, it's about 23 minutes, not too bad considering what time of the morning it is. at the bay bridge toll plaza, we have a 200 to 25-minute delay. it's backed up to -- 20 to 25-
minute delay. it's backed up to the macarthur maze. and the metering lights are on. let's go to steve. thank you, sir. the tropical clouds have moved north. so the humidity will not be as high. a little puff of a breeze. a lot of sunshine. temperatures were cooler. they will rebound. we'll see near average. there go the tropical clouds moving out fast, thankfully. 67 already, though, in antioch. yesterday we were much warmer due to the cloud cover. the closer to the coast you get, 50s and some really thick fog. unless you are up in northern california that's where the clouds continue to hang out. a little low to move toward us after friday. that will cool us down. the next couple of day, near seasonal averages. the temperatures will bump back up in the 90s. they've lost the cloud deck and have a lot of sunshine. we still have a westerly breeze. fog, sun. i don't think there will be much change in the coast and bay, just a decrease in the humidity. 50s and 90s.
inland temperatures will push up. other locations kind of struggle with the fog. not much change into friday. but the inland temperatures look cooler as we head to the upcoming weekend. pamela? >> thank you, steven. already out of the house and on the move. the royal baby's leaves the hospital. and a warning going out to women in a san mateo neighborhood as there are reports of a peeping tom. we'll tell you who police are looking for. >> reporter: oakland police caught offguard during recent protests. why they tell the city council that won't be happening again when "mornings on 2" continues. it starts with something little, like taking a first step.
welcome back to "mornings on 2." oakland's police chief admits his department did too little too late responding to the recent protests and does not plan to make the same mistake this weekend. tara moriarty joins us from oakland with more on what the department is planning to do. tara? >> reporter: we're hearing that an extra 150 officers could be out on the streets come this weekend. that's because all regular time off has been canceled for friday and saturday. the police chief said he wanted to do this in order to prevent protests like the last time
around. violence gripped the streets of oakland in the wake of the zimmerman verdict earlier this month. last night, the oakland city council demanded to know why the chief didn't see it coming. chief sean whent chalked it up to intelligence failure and said police expected a big protest and they had put plans into place for that but they didn't anticipate the violence on saturday. then on monday, officers seemed blindsided when demonstrators blocked traffic. violence erupted downtown when a protester with a hammer attacked a waiter. we know that officers are ramping up efforts to monitor social media better. as you know, the force is severely -- severely understaffed. it will cost tens of thousands of dollars to beef up staffing. the police chief wants to be prepared. the police officers' association canceled their annual picnic so the officers can be available in case violence turns up again.
some young oakland kids are victims of the violence. one of the buildings at the schools were vandalized. now the small children can attend classes across town or stay home. parents say they understand protesting but not violence. >> crews are cleaning up. a peeping tom is on the loose. brian flores has more. >> reporter: we're expected to
hear back from the san mateo county sheriff's office with more information. they did issue out a press release earlier this week describing at least one peeping tom incident. it happened on laurel street here in san carlos. we've also learned of a second incident that happened around the same time. again this peeping tom responsible for at least two incidents in the past week. both incidents happened at residential locations, one again off the 300 block off laurel street. the second incident happened in north san carlos. officials say a woman reported the peeping tom as they were in the shower. at the laurel street incident, a woman saw a pair of hands appear outside of the back window as if someone was trying to look inside. when deputies got to the home, they found the screen along the outside of the window had been removed and set aside. sheriff's officials say both incidents happened between 9:00
and 11:00 at night. they comb the area. there's no description. so the sheriffs are telling you to be aware of your surroundings and consider lighting around your area and to call them if there's any spish shs activity. brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. the alameda county department issued a warning about rabid bats after one bit a girl at the zoo on saturday. she's expected to make a full recovery. the county is printing up fliers about this. the warning goes far beyond the oakland zoo area. this was the third rabid bat diskooferred in alameda county in -- discovered in alameda county in the past month. we checked to see how many cases have been reported. marin and santa clara county had the most, four cases
apiece. sonoma county had three. san francisco and contra costa county, one each. now, these numbers were kol piled by the state in the middle of june. alameda had zero at the time. as we just told you, they've now seen three cases. one man is dead. another is in the hospital, after a shooting in oakland. police responded to a report of shots fired in the area of 8 oth avenue and alder street before 7:30 last night. both victims were taken to the hospital where one of them died a half an hour later. no arrests have been made in this case. an antioch man charged with murder pat a san francisco jewelry store -- at a san francisco jewelry store is scheduled to face a judge. white is scheduled to be arraigned on 16 felony counts, including murder, attempted murder, assault on a police officer, and possessing an assault rifle. prosecutors say white killed two female employees inside the jewelry mart on brannen street and critically wounded the shop owner. police say a price dispute may
have been the motive for the attack. 7:35. the group of retired clergy members are ready to go against the united meth cost church -- methodist church today. an announcement will be made in sacramento this morning. a pastor is urging adhering to the church's teachings and reject gay marriage. same-sex marriages continue here. the san diego county clerk filed a motion last week asking the court to stop gay marriage as they consider whether the supreme court ruling allowing gay marriages should apply to the entire state or just in alameda or los angeles county, where the legal challenges to prop 8 began without comment. the state supreme court refused to grant a stay. we've been following this
this week, law enforcement officers are taking part in a highway safety campaign on highway 880 begins today. they will set up enforcement on i-80 from the bay area all the way to new jersey. the goal is to prevent fatalities on the almost 3,000- mile stretch of freeway. now, we want to take you out there live this morning on a very familiar stretch of interstate 80. this is in berkeley, of course, the east show freeway. research shows an increase in deadly searches along 80. officers will be watching out for drunk drivers, speeders, making sure drivers wear their seat belts. >> it's serious. >> yes. >> and don't hold the phone. i still see people doing that. >> holding the phone. 7:37. sal, what are you seeing at the toll plaza? you are watching everything else? >> yeah, you know, the toll plaza is busy. this is the peak of the commute, dave and pam. good morning to you. we're looking at 80 westbound into san francisco.
you will be waiting for a little bit if you are driving alone in the regular lanes. it will be a 25-minute delay for you. if you are driving in the carpool lanes, it's much less than that or if you are on a bus there. you can see traffic is moving along okay on the san mateo bridge heading out to the high rides. no major problems there. the traffic continues to move along very well. this morning we're looking at the san mateo and the dumbarton bridge. we just showed you the san mateo. the dumbarton bridge is looking okay. but the area nearby is a little bit slower. it keeps getting slower from 238 to mowry avenue. that time is up to 26 minutes in the area. it was 20 minutes a little while ago. steve, i see you are getting a lot of information on twitter this morning. >> they are alive and well here this morning. really good information. brandon hurley in pacifica, 54. super foggy, wet, drizzly there. dave in crockett said blue skies, beautiful, crystal clear and a little puff of a westerly
breeze. some of the higher clouds yesterday. some, gave us a midwest taste of it. the northeast weather, hot and humid. at least it wasn't hazy. it's moved out. some of that low cloud deck is still back. some of it is really thick. if you are watching up in northern california, i know some of you are, you will have to deal with the tropical clouds but they are up near the oregon border. the lows are cooler. morning fog, sunny. really not much change by the a billion lit above to i thnight a low will move to the coast. 60s 70s, 80s. coast and bay. upper 80s and some 90s inland. but again, it doesn't take long to move the temperatures back in the 90s. you lose the cloud deck. that's what we have today. there's a component of a westerly breeze or a delta breeze. much, much cooler than we had yesterday, 24 hours ago. that's for sure. 15 on the cusp there. if it goes below 12 or 11,
that's a sign inland temperatures will warm up. they are already. by the coast, you're still dealing with a lot of fog. some of that is really thick.
sunny and warmer cooler lows. the temperatures on the peninsula and around the bay, pretty nice. but hot up towards ukiah and clearlake and also out to antioch and brentwood, livermore low 90s. walnut creek, 88. oakland, 73. 75 santa cruz. 80 sunnyvale, cooper tino -- cupertino 84. in san francisco patrick in redwood shores asked how are the water terps -- water temperatures? they are up. not much change for the weekend. looks cooler. >> downright tropical for those water terps -- water temps. paying to stay in jail. why some inmates are paying the
welcome back to "mornings on 2." live look at the big board. the dow jones down about 39 points right now. nasdaq is up on some good earnings reports for the nasdaq. the dow is getting hit by boeing reported pretty good earnings but it had its problems recently. that stock is down. caterpillar with a good
earnings report for the quarter but cut the first year outlook. they are helping to take the index down this morning. new home sales hit a five- year high last month. those numbers just came in. sales jumped 8.3% in june compared to the same time last year. that puts new home sales on pace for $497,000 for the year. but the national average price fell 5% to $250,000. general motors stock would have to sell for nearly $96 a share for tax payers to break even on that 2009 gm bailout right now. the stock is only about $36 a share. the government watchdog says there's no doubt in her mind that tax payers will lose mine on the $49 billion bailout. 7:44. well, after being introduced to the world yesterday, and then heading home to kensington pally, the royal baby is on the -- pam list, the boil -- palace, the royal baby is on
the move again. our reporter is live to tell us more about the first few days of the new prince. >> reporter: the moment that everyone had been waiting for happened yesterday. the arrival of the baby cambridge here he is on the kovger of the paper -- cover of the paper. a billion bald head. william said he looked like he had more head on his head than william did. let's take a moment and reflect what happened yesterday. it was a busy morning for the newest member of the royal family. the little prince left kensington palace on one of his first outings wednesday. earlier the baby received his first visits from queen elizabeth as well as his uncle harry's. after tuesday's debut, britain is still beaming over the latest member of the london family. >> he has a good pair of lungs. >> reporter: the couple presented their new son to the world amid a crowd of
reporters, photographers and well-wishers. prince william jorked thankfully, his new son had his mother's looks and already tried his hand at one of the trickier duties of fatherhood. prince charles gave his seal of approval. carol and michael middleton, agreed calling the new prince absolutely beautiful. the question on everyone's mind -- >> work's working on a -- we're working on a name. >> reporter: today, that's how us little people met the future monarch of the united kingdom but we are ally told queen elizabeth ii also met with her grandson as well as uncle harry and british media is reporting that the new royal family is on the way to bucklebury, that's where kate middleton is from. they are most likely headed toward middleton to visit with
their grandparents over in bucklebury. >> great. glad to hear about bucklebury. thank you for the report from london. >> reporter: great name. >> yes, it is. the newest member of the family is generating a lot of buzz on social media of the royal tweets hit a peak. minutes after the biferth announcement, 25,000 tweet as minute. facebook was higher, 31,000. within an hour, the new baby had been mentioned 1 million times. now the social chatter is focusing on what the baby's name will be. you can go to our channel 2 website, ktvu.com for the very latest on the royal baby. just click on the world news tab right there on our home page. u.s. safety regulators are now investigating the collapse of the landing gear on that southwest airlines jet at la guardia airport monday night. want to show you video that a passenger took while the plane was landing. passengers say there was no warning that there was going to be a problem. now, the plane has been towed
to a hangar at la guardia where investigators can look the plane over more closely. the boxes are being analyzed and the pilots will be interviewed in the next few days. the ntsb is still focused on the asiana crash. their goal, to complete the investigation before the first anniversary crash. the ntsb usually needs between 12 and 18 months to file its final report on fatal crashes. 7:48. anthony weiner, still intends to run for mayor of new york city despite another sexting scandal. he admitting having a six-month online relationship with a woman that involved explicit text messages and naked photos. his announcement came a year after he apologized for a different sexting scandal and he resigned from congress. his wife stood by his side.
>> it was not an easy choice in any way. but i made the decision that it was worth staying in this marriage. >> now, weiner and his wife say his inappropriate behavior is behind them. he also says he's staying in the new york mayor's race and he's asking the people of new york to give him another chance. a homeless man accused in a bizarre attack at a san jose dog park is recovering in the hospital this morning. police say the man was armed with a handsaw when he approached several people on sunday at saint james park and asked where he could buy drugs and then attacked their dogs with the saw. one dog has a small cut to the pose. a pit bull mix needed stitch os on her head. a group of men witness the attack was bitten. the case has been handed over to the district attorney for review. 7:49. if you bought salsa at a tis count store, you -- discount
store, you may want to check the tomato. olam is recalling jars of salsa sold at dollar tree, dollar bill and dollar express bills all over the country. large chunks of grass were found in some of the jars with best-buy dates of j unand october 15th. some with a best buy date of 2015, that's also being recalled. it's 7:50. a new warning for gardeners about a new plant disease for a flower that's been spotted for the first time in california. look at 'em.
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the group, the sailors say they were unfairly denied an opportunity to race by the golden gate yacht club, hosting the regatta. the attorney representing the african-american group from northern california says this would be a groundbreaking challenge. >> it would be a tremendous honor. you are talking about a group of african-american sailors which is an underrepresented group in the yachting community. >> there's concern the group does not have the financial backing for a legitimate challenge. the golden gate yacht club has asked the court to dismiss the suit which could delay finals scheduled for september. police in petaluma want your help. they are trying to identify the owner of several items near adobe creek. police say the items may have been stolen. police found poor tools and sports equipment on sunday at a camp near the adobe creek golf
course. they found coin collection books. there it is. if you have any information, get in contact with petaluma police. it's a first-of-its-kind program that cashes in on jail time. some inmates will soon pay to stay in jail. those convicted of misdemeanors in alameda county can serve their nights on weeknights close to home and can avoid the larger and rougher county jails in oak and dublin. now, the catch is, they would have to pay a $155 daily fee. the people behind the program say it would provide badly needed money for the city of fremont. california gardeners are being warned to be on the lookout for a disease that's threatening a popular summer flower. now, downey mildew targets impatiens. they cause leafly diskollation and leave a white mildew on the undersides of the leaf. eventually the plant becomes a
bare stem and dies. >> this is the first time we've seen it here in california. >> they say no cases of downey mildew have been confirmed. gardeners who think they spotted it are encouraged to send plants in for analysis. we've posted additional information about it. look for the web links section under the hot topics. what's happening on 880? >> well, we do have slow traffic in some areas of 880. i want to start at a look at oakland. northbound is beginning to get more crowded if you are driving up to downtown. i would say downtown, 580 is slow near the curve. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, things are backed up for a 25-minute delay. we see some improvement. >> a new crash on 80 westbound, at albany hill. traffic is already slow on richmond heading out towards berkeley. let's go to steve. all right, sal. thank you. a lot of fog out there. but the higher clouds are gone.
there's a lot of sunshine. temperatures will warm up. the fog out there will keep temperatures -- some of it is really thick. if you are stuck in some of that, it might be misty or drizzle. the humidity was way up yesterday. santa rosa, up 5. san jose was still 80. with the clouds, 82. palo alto 80 today. temperatures are warming up. the higher clouds are heading well to the north, out of the picture. 50s and 60s. 68 in antioch. some locations having no problem warming unpretty quick here if you are up north, you might have to deal with higher clouds. a little low spinning off the coast will be here for a weekend. cooler lows for many due to the lack of cloud cover unless you have the fog. temperatures kind of stuck. 50s to 90s. these are all really kind of close to the seasonal averages. it looks like we'll stay there for a while. there's no message but it does
look kieler for the weekend. coming up next in our 8:00 hour -- pitching for a new vision for america's economy. who the president is expected to send a message to later today. and a richmond city council meeting gets out of hand as protesters take over. police are called in. we'll tell you what one councilmember tells us about last night's demonstration. >> reporter: we're live in santa clara, where police are investigating a smash and grab at a gun store. we'll tell you how many weapons were recovered and how police tracked down the suspects when "mornings on 2" continues.
welcome back to "mornings on 2." i'm pam cook. >> i'm dave clark. let's check in with sal. we have sunshine. >> yes. we'll take it. moments of sun. >> there will be more than a few of that. if you are in the fog, it might be on the cool side. but inland temperatures, nice delta breeze. 80s and 90s far inland. here's sal. we're looking at san francisco. northbound 101 is busy approaching the 80 split. there are no major problems. looking at northbound 101 in san jose, you can see some slow traffic here. now let's go back to the desk.
we have developing news. police in santa clara following clues after a gun store break- in found a car full of suspects tossing guns out the window. ktvu's reporter, janine de la vega, joins us now with new information on the number of weapons recovered. pretty scary. >> reporter: yeah, it's a bold move by thieves. the owner said he -- they've recovered at least seven weapons from inside reed's indoor gun range. they have a lot to clean up. you can see all of the shattered glass here where thieves -- it appears that thieves threw in the block of wood that you see there to the right. but thieves didn't get very far. the owner, jim reed, let us into his store to show us all of the damage and the broken glass. police say the silent alarm system alerted them of a break- in at about 34:30 -- 3:30 a.m. as drivers drove up to the range on dwayne avenue, they spotted a getaway car. they followed it and the
suspects inside started throwing guns out of thed with. the car was stopped at la fayette and aldo. police say the three people inside tried to run away but officers were unable to take them into custody. the owner says it's troubling that the thieves were after guns. >> of course, it's frustrating. i'm upset. it's like violating your own personal residence as far as i'm concerned. it's a big mess to clean up. the biggest thing for me is everything was apprehended. all of the suspects were apprehended and the merchandise was all found and recovered. >> reporter: police arrested two men and one woman. they tell us that all of them have prior criminal records. officers spent the morning searching the streets to look for guns that may have been tossed out of the suspect's car window. now, the owner told us it was five handguns and two rifles that were taken and that were recovered. it's unknown if anything else
was stolen. right now, we're trying to get confirmation from police. we've been waiting to hear from them for hours. we're told a spokesperson is en route. but we're still waiting to get more information from the police, maybe a background on who the criminals were. considering they were trying to break into a gun store and steal weapons, it's a pretty dangerous situation. the owner is very grateful they were caught. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. 8:02. new this morning, police in richmond were needed last night to control a loud protest at a city council meeting. alex savidge standing by live with video of the protest and you just talked with the city councilmember who released that video. alex? >> reporter: i did speak with him and this councilmember says he doesn't understand what's behind the protests but he believes this is one group in particular intent on causing problems here at the richmond
city council meetings. there have been a number of issues recently, meetings that have got on out of land. last night, city leaders were forced to clear out council chambers entirely because of a group of noisy protesters. >> those making the rules are not abiding by them. >> reporter: counsel memorial tom butt posted this video online that shows one demonstrator who had a bullhorn. he was one of several who interrupted the meeting last night. richmond police officers came in and they actually cleared out the council chambers entirely. some protesters had to be escorted out. one group broke into song. after the room was cleared more than a hundred people had to watch the meeting on a television set out in the lobby. city leaders, though, say this move was allowed under california's open meetings law give fn the repeated disruptions.
>> last night was an organize the disruption that involved dozens of people. essentially it was so bad that the council chamber had to be cleared out. >> reporter: city residents who signed up to speak during the public comment period were allowed to go back into the chambers. they were escorted back in, though, five at a time by police. council memorial butt told me the -- councilmember butt told me the delays meant the meeting didn't get finished until midnight. quite frustrating despite the angry protest that broke out in the meeting, richmond police made no arrest last night. live in thorn sh -- live in richmond, lz lz -- richmond, alex savidge. robert handa first broke the story about the ymca worker facing charges.
last month prosecutors charged nicholas lhermine with assaulting a 6-year-old girl and possessing foreign graphic girls of another underaged girl. yesterday, the 20-year-old suspect was back in court to face a third charge. this one involving a 5-year-old girl. he took sexually explicit photographs of her. detectives were able to corroborate this evidence by retrieving those unmistakable images from his cell phone. >> now, lhermine is being held out bail. he's due back in court on september 17th to enter pleas. more details now on the disturbing case. the ymca says it does require background checks for employees working with children and we're told that lhermine passed reviews done by both the department of justice and the fbi when he was hired. he also passed a state test that is part of the ymca's child care licensing process and the ymca points out that lhermine went through more than 30 hours of child abuse
prevention training. the california man accused of posing as a helicopter pilot now will face federal charges in sacramento. john michael dial was arrested on monday in upstate new york. he also went by the name thomas cooney. now, investigators say he managed to get hired to fly helicopters for hospitals and news organize -- organizations hundreds of times in northern california. court pap -- court papers show he flew for a sacramento station one time last year. we're getting new information about david mccormick. they say he broadcast a fake call for help in an australian accent over the weekend, saying his "mate had fallen overboard near sausalito." mccormick said any attempt to board his ship would be an act of war. now, mccormick appeared in court yesterday on charges of
communicating false distress and also assault on an officer. tonight mills high school in millbrae will hold a community meeting about the decision by the college board to throw out hundreds of test scores. the college board is making some students take the test all over again because student seating rethslations were not -- regulations were not filed. school district officials are encouraging suing the college board. they say no cheating has been reported. also new this morning, a state court that has ruled that nups have the right to -- newspapers have the right to publish the names of the uc davis police officers who propepper sprayed protesters -- pepper sprayed protesters in 20011. the names will not be posted immediately. the union can still appeal the decision to the state supreme court. the court noted that the incident was videotaped and has been widely viewed on the internet. well, another b.a.r.t. strike is looming with the deadline now just 11 days away.
there's little sign of progess in negotiations between the management and unions. b.a.r.t. workers could walk off the job on august 4th. local transit agencies are telling commuters to prepare for the worst. they say bridge commuters should sign up for fastrack as one way to try to deal with the gridlock. >> fastrack helps. it does help. 8:08 is the time. sal has an update on that crash in the east bay. sal? >> that's right, pam and dave. good morning to you. 80 westbound is the crash we're talking about. that would be the traffic -- the traffic coming down the albany exit. no major injuries. but those cars were stuck together. i see it just dropped off the list. they must have moved the cars over to the shoulder. traffic still lingering on 80 in berkeley. let's take a look at the toll plaza. you can see traffic is backed you here. it has not improved that much. it's improved a little bit. it's about a 15, 20-minute
delay getting in san francisco. traffic is okay on the san mateo bridge in kales you have a choice. in if you are right in the middle of the two, the san mateo bridge seems like the call. getting over the peninsula looks pretty good. let's go to steve. >> thyou, sal. >> you are welcome. some fog off the distance. some of that very thick in spots. some other areas sunshine. a far cry from yesterday when we had all of the tropical clouds and the -- and the touch of midwest or northeast weather. higher humidity. that will be out of the picture. there's a little bit of a breeze. temperatures coming up. the lows were cooler. inland highs will be warmer today. 77, santa rosa, we'll go 82 today. concord, inland temperatures, 83 to 89. san jose, 80. we moved the clouds to 82 in palo alto. we'll go 80 today. 68 already for some. that's out towards antioch and brentwood. a lot of 50s and 60s. temperatures are rebounding. those were the lows yesterday. things are running a little
cooler. tropical clouds hanging out in northern california but -- northern california but they are far enough out that we don't have to worry about it. high pressure is built in. this may be the warmest day. we got the morning fog, sunny, warmer. it will be sunny, wednesday, today and tomorrow. but then by friday. a little low will be coming up along the coast here. actually towards san francisco. that will start a cooling trend and take us into the weekend. it's sitting right down there. doesn't look like much. you get the fog lifted and starting to generate. 50, 60s. a breeze is still out of the west. it's gone from 14 to 17 to 20. that's a positive sign if you are looking for a stronger delta breeze. if you saw that decrease, i would say temperatures will be warm. 88 already palm springs and las vegas. tropical clouds far to the north. sunny, warmer weather. but the cooler lows give way to warmer afternoon inland
temperatures. 60s to 90s. pretty hot in ukiah, clearlake, vacaville. petaluma, san rafael, kentfield, 90s for pittsburg, antioch, brentwood. upper 80s for some and then 70s for others especially, alameda, berkeley. 80 sunnyvale. santa cruz, 75. milpitas, 84. 50s, 60s on the coast and then 80s low mainly on the peninsula. not much change, i think if anything we start a cooling trend. that will carry us into the weekend. 8:11. a controversial business in concord under investigation. >> we need a legitimate business up there. they to me are not. coming up in 15 minutes, why this internet gaming business abruptly shut down when our reporter showed up. >> a big silicon valley company and a big city are teaming un. the result is a freebie for you. but up next, live pictures. we're in brazil and the pope is
hail the size of baseballs fell in parts of kansas. this is a photo of what one man collected. that hurts. the storm caused a lot of damage. the hail shattered windows and left holes in cars. the biggest concern, whether the hail will ruin crops there. farm officials are checking the damage later today. also we're live in brazil, happening right now -- poep holding -- the hope holding a mass. we're live there. these are live pictures watching the service happening as we speak. the service features the pope as well as some of the top bishops there. tens of thousands of people are gathered outside of the cathedral as well. brazil is home to the largest catholic population in the world. the pope is in brazil for world
youth day celebrations. ceremons for the event are now underway. hundreds of thousands of young catholics are there for the week-long festivities. a huge crowd gathered last night. this is at the famous co paw co pan na -- copa copana in rio. the man accused of leaking information about the nsa program says edward snowden will remain in the moscow airport. the russian officials are still considering his request for ali sum. this comes -- asylum. this comes after it was reported that he was granted travel documents to travel. also happening today, the
house is scheduled to vote on an amendment to defense spending bill that would limit the nsa's authority to secret lit collect the phone records of millions of americans. the amendment being considered would not allow the nsa to collect phone records under the patriot act unless an individual is under investigation. white house press secretary jay carney says ending the program would take away a key tool in fighting terrorism. the head of the nsa made a trip to capitol hill to urge lawmakers to reject the measure. president obama is on air force one flying to the midwest. he will speak in illinois and missouri today to tout his economic policies. kyla campbell is live in our washington, d.c. newsroom with a preview of the president's speech targeting republicans. >> reporter: yes, pam. the white house says that's one of three main goals with the president's economic talks. president obama wants to refocus the political
conservation on a still- recovering economy, lock in his economy on turbulent times and warn republicans to not create a crisis this fall. the gom is threatening to make passing a budget difficult. they want to defund obamacare and say they won't raise the debt ceiling unless it goes hand in hand with spending cuts. they say the president should not be on the road. >> if the president was serious about helping our economy, he would reach out and work with and not -- work with us and not give another speech. >> reporter: tomorrow, he heeds to florida. the -- -- tomorrow, he heads to florida. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. there may be finally be a deal on interest rates for student loans. the senate is scheduled to vote on a bill that would link interest rates to financial markets. rates will come down for
current college students but could mean higher rates for students in the future if the economy improves. las vegas police are investigating the death of an officer during a helicopter remembers cute. >> this officer dedicated his wife saving people and that act ultimate little cost him -- ultimately cost him his own life. he was lowered down to help a hiker monday night. he put a safety harness on the hiker. as the two were being lifted back up, police say the officer fell to his death. the hiker was safely rescued. a woman out on a morning hike in south lake tahoe became a hero when she discovered a
plane crash. beth frisbee is a flight attendant. >> at the point that i was helping the woman in the aircraft, it didn't matter that i was a flight nurse. i was working as someone who did basic life support. >> karen lepton survived the plane crash but her husband did not. the couple was returning home to palo alto after a family gathering. their small plane went down after taking off near the lake tahoe airport. free wireless internet is coming to open spaces through san francisco. city leaders will announce they are teaming up with google to provide wi-fi to 31 areas including open spaces, parks and plazas. "the chronicle" reports google will spend $600,000 on equipment and installations. areas include alamo square, ball bowa park, mission delores park and marina green. i went to get gas.
>> this happened at a gas station, a wild story. a woman said she was forced to open fire and some people compare this to the shooting of trayvon martin. and if you haven't looked out the window yet, the morning fog is burning off. steve paulson will be back to tell us where we'll see plenty of sunshine later today. good morning. traffic is just a little busy here in la fayette between walnut creek and oakland. not a bad drive. we'll have more of the morning commute -- coming up. look at 'em.
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welcome back. police in houston, texas investigating a shooting at this gas station. some people compare it to the shooting of trayvon martin. 23-year-old shanika mcdone and shot and killed a man who approached her at a geaing, made -- at a gas station, made sexual advances and lunged at her. some are questioning why she didn't call the police. >> i didn't go to hurt anyone. i was just protecting myself. >> mcdonald left the gas station because she feared for her life and said her mother later called 911. by the way, she says she keeps a rifle in the trunk of her car for self-defense. a concord business that appeared to provide internet gambling shut down when ktvu showed up yesterday. people who live near the dana
shopping center say their neighborhood has gone downhill when this internet cafe moved in. they are citing an increase in petty crimes that they believe comes from the clientele of the internet cafe. ktvu went there to investigate. >> reporter: can you tell us what kind of business you are running? >> you know what, i'm -- [inaudible ] >> the internet runs computers for games. the state calls that gambling. >> the state is threatening to call for an injunction if they don't move out. sal, what are you following now? >> we're looking at the east bay and the peninsula. we've had slow traffic all over the place. we're gone start and look at the traffic on 880 northbound.
it's been busy. 580 -- 580 is slow to 980. the bay bridge is improving a little bit. it's about a 15-minute delay before you make it on the bridge for the normal lanes. on the peninsula, 101 is a mess both directions a lot of slow traffic. 280 is a better call. but 280 in daly city, approaching south city. if you are leaving 280 and heading south, it will be quite a slowdown in san bruno. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. we do have mostly clear skies. there's some fog. but a lot of blue skies. the temperatures are rebounding fast inland. much better pattern than the last few days. the tropical clouds have moved off. fog means temperatures on the coast are not changing. the tropical clouds still in california. they are nust why -- they are just in extreme northern california. more of a westerly breeze.
a warmer inland. temperatures coast and bay. not changing too much. 60s and 70s. i mean, yesterday, even with the cloud cover, a lot of the bayside temperatures were near 70. inland temperatures will get in the upper 80s to 90. not much change if anything cooler weather kicks in on friday. it does look cooler. 8:27. it's already been a busy morning for the newest member of the royal family. you will hear what the baby prince has been up to. we'll get a live report from london. and the warning out to women living in san carlos. police say there's been reports of a peeping tom. >> reporter: we're live in oakland where the police department is gearing up for another weekend of protests. we just spoke to the police chief. we'll tell you how he says he's learning from past mistakes, when "mornings on 2" continues.
. oakland's acting police chief admits his department did too little too late responding to the recent protests and does not plan to make the same mistake this weekend. tara moriarty just spoke to the acting chief and joins us from oakland. tara? >> reporter: yeah, you know, the police chief was very candid. he said one of the challenges with these protests is they are spontaneous so you can never predict what the crowds will do. he admits his department was caught offguard. he's trying to rectify that. this friday and saturday, all regular days off have been canceled for the police department so the city can be
ready. violence gripped the streets of oakland in the wake of the zimmerman verdict earlier this month. last night, the oakland city council demarnded to know why the chief didn't see it coming. chief sean whent chalked it up to an intelligence failure. >> in the wage of the verdict. -- in the wake of the verdict, we were getting information of a march on sunday. we staffed according to that. in hind silt we should have -- in hindsight we should have put more people out there. we're working on thing on that to make sure it -- on that to make sure it doesn't happen again. >> reporter: the monday after the verdict, the officers seemed blindsided when the demonstrators blocked on 880 blocking traffic. violence erupted downtown with a protester with a hammer attacked a waiter. we're hearing, it could be an extra 150 officers on the streets. officers will be monitoring social media sites and using other sources to traffic demonstrators' movements. the force is severely
understaffed. the chief says this time around, they will be prepared. live from oakland, tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. some preschoolers became victims after the violent protests in oakland. children who normally go to the alice street learning center have to travel across town. protesters broke windows, forcing the regular hours to close. >> you're affecting 48 small developing minds with just a two-second impulse, hey, i'm gonna break this window to prove my point to get justice. you are not getting justice. you are creating an injustice for all of the students and parents. >> that mother says her son is having a hard time adjusting to his new surroundings but she still considers him one of the lucky kids because she says not all of the other parents are able to get their children to the new location. so they are missing class and missing their friends.
it's not clear when the alice street center will reopen. women living on the peninsula being told lock your doors. lock your windows. there's a peeping tom on the loose. ktvu's brian flores is in san carlos this morning, to tell us how they are planning to catch this peeping tom. >> reporter: many residents we spoke to did not want to speak on camera, but -- but when they heard about the peeping tom suspect, many were concerned. the san mateo county sheriffs say they are stepping up patrol in the wake of two incidents that have happened recently. this suspect is responsible for two incidents that have happened in the past week. both incidents at -- both
interaccidents happened -- at the 100 block of laurel and the other one, at the 300 block of laurel. both said somebody tried to look through the window while they were in the shower. a woman saw a pair of hands appear on the outside of the bath window. when cutes got to the home, they found -- when ktvus got to the home, they say -- when deputies got to the window, they saw someone was there. >> we're asking you to keep your blinds shut at night, your shades drawn. >> reporter: they have combed the area throughout the week to search for the suspect but nobody was found. this morning there's no suspect description as well which is why they are asking for the public's help. sheriff flims tell residents -- officials tell residents to be mindful of your surroundings and to call 911 if there's suspicious activity. brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. the alameda county health department has issued a public warning about rabid bats. that warning came after a bat bit a teenaged volunteer at the
zoo on saturday. the county is printing up fliers alerting those living near the zoo to be on alert for other rabid animals. but the warning goes far beyond the zoo area. this was the first rabid bat in alameda county in the past month. we checked to see how many cases have been reported in the bay area this year. the numbers are broken down by county. marin and santa clara had the most at four cases apiece. sonoma county, three, san francisco and contra costa one each. these numbers were compiled by the state in mid-june. alameda had zero. but as we've heard, three cases are now reported. last night in oakland, a man was killed, another one is not hospital in a shooting. police rushed to reports of shots fired on 8 olt and alder -- 8 oth and altder street -- 8 oth and alder avenue. both victims were taken to the
hospital. this was oakland's 55th homicide of the year. so far no arrests have been made. a man from antioch charged with murder at a san francisco jewelry store scheduled to face a judge today. barry bernard white is expected to be arraigned on 16 felony counts, including murder, attempted murder, assault on a police officer, and possessing an assault rifle. prosecutors say white killed two female employees inside the jewelry mart on brannen street earlier this month and critically wounded the owner of the shop. police say a price dispute may have been the motive for the attack. well, the duke and duchess of cambridge have taken their little prince to visit the middletons. he's already mit the qeent and his urblgle harry -- met the queen and uncle harry. our reporter has more. are people surprised that they have kest kensington palace already? >> reporter: i think -- as somebody who is not a parent, i'm pretty surprised. the kid just got home and he's
already on the road practicing this royal wave to his greant grandparents. >> reporter: it was a busy morning for the newest member of the royal family the little prince left kensington palace and earlier, he received visits from his great-grandmother queen elizabeth and uncle harry. after the debut, britain is still beaming over the latest member of the royal family. >> he's got a good pair of lungs. that's for sure. >> reporter: the duck -- the duke and duchess of cambridge presented him to the world. prince william joked his new son thankfully had his mother's looks and said he had already tried his hand at one of the trickier duties of fatherhood. >> good. >> reporter: prince charles gave his seal of approval after visiting his first grandchild
before the couple left the hospital. carol and michael middleton agreed calling the nut prince absolutely beautiful -- the knew prince absolutely beautiful. the question on everyone's mind, the monarcher for the future monarch. a very busy time for his royal highness. prince, insert new name here. >> hopefully we don't have to wait too long. thank you. you can go to ktvu.com for the very latest on the royal baby. click on the royal news tab right on our home page. they can't just go visiting friends and people. maybe they will. princess diana was pretty good about going out and about with her kids. we'll see. >> we'll go over to sal. he's watching 880 to see how
the folks in the bay area are doing. >> ty, dave. >> remember, pam, they have more help than the average person. >> yes, they do. >> let's take a look at e thtra slowly on 880 northbound passing the coliseum. you will see slow traffic all the way up to downtown. that's not unusual but it's coming back. the last few days we've had kind of unusually light conditions. this is more like normal. bay bridge, the same thing goes. it has been heavy and slow and it continues to be that way. as summer vacation is over for some, people are coming back to the office. you will start to see things becoming more busy all over the place. san jose in the south bay, busy traffic on 280 and 101. 85 and 87 is a mess getting into downtown san jose. the peninsula traffic is very slow. 280 southbound out of daly city, 101 through san mateo. busy traffic spots there. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. a very good morning. it looks like alameda marina. is joe johnson is back there, if you can pan left, i can show
you my friend's sailboat. that's at the end of the dock there. >> is it? >> yeah. over here. >> which one? >> that way. >> it's kind of crowded over there, steve. >> is that the one you ride on? >> yeah, all the time. my friend dirk's boat. it's right there. i think it's a 47-footer. as he said, it's dialed in. so temperatures are warming up for some inland areas -- thank you, joe -- 77 in santa rosa yesterday. we'll go 82 today. concord, 83 held down by the cloud cover. 89. san jose was 80. today, 82. palo alto, 76. the tropical clouds are not out of the way yet but they've drifted far enough out of my zone. maybe a few isolated showers in weaverville. high pressure is here for a day or two. morning fog, sun nip. inland temperatures will jump up the most. there is a component of a westerly breeze.
60s, to 90s. 60s by the coast. the fog is pretty thick this morning. already some upper 60s to near 70 but the lows were noticeably cooler this morning. still, fairfield, 20 miles an hour. as long as that maintains 20. that's usually a sign that it won't be that hot. it will be upper average. there's a little component of an onshore breeze. 60 in tahoe. 71 in reno. they will dealing with some tropical cloud deck. 67 ukiah. they will be in the upper 90s. for us, blue sky. so fog, sun, warmer. it will be warmer inland. nothing crazy. unless you are up toward ukiah. other locations in the 80s for most. kentfield at 80. petaluma, 81. danville, san ramon. pittsburg, brentwood, oakley, berkeley, 71. hayward, 82 santa clara.
fremont, 79. 50s 60s on the coast unless you are down to santa cruz. 70s or low 70s south san francisco. and then menlo park. more of the same on thursday. it looks cooler on friday and then a low moves in. that means cooler weather over the weekend. 8:41 is the time. challenging the america's cup in the courts. in 15 minutes, the group that claims it's being denied to a chance to -- denied a chance to make miss history -- to make history. and a look at the frightening scene at la guardia's airport. >> reporter: guns were being thrown out of a getaway car by thieves. we'll tell you how police caught up with the suspects when "mornings on 2" continues. ♪ ♪
♪ ♪ welcome back to "mornings on 2." taking a live look at stocks today. the dow jones down about 8 points recovering. it was down 45 earlier this morning. s&p 500 down as well. nasdaq getting a boost from good earnings report, apple to name one of them. up more than $24 a share. we'll still hear from today facebook, motorola and starbucks to name a few stocks that will be reporting.
michael dell is boosting his bed for the company he founded. he's now offering 1375 to shareholders to take the company private. right now, this morning dell is trading at 1298. that vote from shareholders delayed until august 2nd. general motors' stock would have to share for nearly $96 a share for tax payers to break even on the gm bailout. that stock is tladding about $37 a share. a government watchdog says she has no doubt the tax payers will lose money on the bailout that saved gm to help them get through the 2009 bankruptcy proceeding. let's bring you up to date on some of the top stories we're following for you. last night in richmond. more than a dozen police officers rushed to city council chambers because of a large protest. police cleared out the council chambers after protesters with bullhorns started shouting. the reason for the disruption. that's still not clear. the mealing did continue in the lobby. sheriff's deputies in san mateo county asking for your
help. they are searching for a peeping tom. he's blamed for at least two incidents in san carlos in the past week. women say the suspect peered through their widz and watched them -- windows and watched them taking a shower. police in santa clara arrested three people early today accusing them of robbing a gun store and then throwing the stolen guns out of a car window as the police chased them. janine de la vega is live with more. what is the store -- owner of the store saying? >> reporter: he's glad he invested in an elaborate security system. he said that's what helped capture the suspects. the owner thinks they used this wood block on the ground to smash the front window -- so they could get into the store. you can see some of the damage
there. officers spotted the suspicious car. they followed it. the suspects threw guns out the window. officers caught up with the car on la fayette and aldo. police say the suspects tried to run ay from them. reed said they he's glad they were caught. he's worried about what they would have done with the weapons. >> it's, of course, very troubling because of the merchandise that i carry in here. but that's why we have sophisticated alarms. that's why we have, you know, all of this stuff, you know, for that accordingly. that's why the police were able to respond so quickly and were able to get here and apprehend the guys and apprehend the merchandise that they stole. >> reporter: police arrested one woman and two men for this burglary. officers say they all have criminal records. police were south searching earlier this morning -- were out searching for weapons left
by the suspect. reed, the owner, says seven guns were recovered, two rifles and five handguns. police arrived here on the scene, a spokesman, and he confirms they are no longer looking for any outstanding weapons left behind. they have it all. back out here live, i want to show you this window. this is the first window of reed's gun store that they actually tried to smash. that didn't work. so that's why the thieves then went around to the side of the store and broke in that front window and that's how they got access. we're being told by police that. a speaksman just arrived -- spokesman just arrived. if we have any additional information we'll bring it to you at noon. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. there is now a full investigation into why the landing gear of that southwest airlines jet collapsed as it was suching down at la guardia airport on monday. one passenger making his first visit to new york shot this video just as the plane was
landing. airport officials say there was no warning that the jet would have had a problem when its wheels touched down on the runway. the plane's flight and cockpit voice recorders are being examined and the pilots will be interviewed. the flts released this -- the ntsb released this video. southwest airlines is also apologizing to passengers aboard that flight. it is refunding all of their airfares and sending them travel vouchers for future flights. the ntsb is still focused on the crash at sfo. the chairman said her goal is to complete the work before the first anniversary of the crash. investigators are back in washington, d.c. where they are working on their reports. the ntsb tells us they usually take between 12 and 18 months to file a final report on fatal crashes. 8:50. former new england patriot football star aaron hernandez who is now a murder suspect, is due back in court today.
he's got a probable cause hearing in attleboro, massachusetts. now, hernandez is charged with the death of odin lloyd but he may soon face more charges. the globe reports prosecutors are getting close to linking hernandez to a double murder last year. investigators believe hernandez shot and killed lloyd last month because he was worried lloyd had information about that double murder and might be talking. back here at home, this afternoon, long-time oakland resident, joe tooman will announce if he's running for mayor. he's the department chair and professor of comaunny cakes at -- communications at san francisco's state university. he holds a law degree. back in 2010, he ran for player and collected more than 30,000 votes. the announcement today will be made at 2:00 p.m. at oakland city hall. increased traffic is keening crews busy at mineta san jose airport. passenger bans in june were up -- gains in june were up nearly
5%. that's the sixth straight month of year-to-year traffic increases. that could help the airport pay off renovations it went under a few years ago to become a more modern airport. cashing in on prisons. why some prison inmates will soon get a bill after they are locked up. >> good morning. 87. some slowing getting into downtown san jose. we'll tell you more about the morning commute and the bay area weather -- straight ahead.
welcome back to "mornings on 2." it is a first-of-its-kind program in the bay area that cashes in on jail time. some inmates in the east bay will soon pay to stay in the fremont jail. those convicted of misdemeanors in alameda county can serve time on weeknights close to home and can avoid the rougher jails in oakland and dublin. the catch, they would have to pay a $155 daily fee. those behind the program say it would provide some badly-needed money for the city of fremont. protesters are gathering in mountain view for a march to google headquarters. environmentalists are angry that google hosted a fund- raiser for an oklahoma senator earlier this month. he calls global warming a hoex. demonstrators say snorting him violates google's unofficial motto of do no evil.
the demonstrators are marching from garcia to google headquarters. in a few minutes they will gather outside of the googleplex where they will hand out fliers and protest. in about an hour, they plan to deliver a petition signed by more than 50,000 people asking google to stop supporting him. a group of african-american sailors from north carolina fighting to compete in the america's cup race. a court hearing is set for today. the group says they were unfayly denied a chance to compete by the golden gate yacht club which is hosting the regatta. a lawyer representing the african-american group said this would be a groundbreaking legal challenge. >> it would be a tremendous honor. you are talking about a group of african-american sailors and underrepresented group in the yachting community. >> there's concern they don't have enough backing for the
financial challenge. well, local sports fans for football, getting a little taste. training camp starts for the san francisco 49ers around the oakland raiders. the veterans with the nfc 49ers are due in santa clara today. the raiders will also report this week at the raiders' training complex in napa. it's coming up on 9:00. let's check back in with sal for a look at traffic. >> all right, pam, dave. good morning. we're still looking at late- morning slow traffic out there. starting off with the bay bridge. we've seen improvement, though. it's backed up to the middle of the parking lot. it's about a ten-minute delay total time or so as you get past the metering lights. also the morning commute is slowing still in oakland northbound on 880. i want to mention the peninsula is still pretty bad on 101. i would use 280 instead. don't use 280 through daly city because that's slow. let's go to steve. >> back to normal.
we get rid of the humidity and the higher tropical clouds. patchy fog, cool, 60s, 70s. it looks closer across the board by the weekend. >> thank you. that's our report for this morning. we thank you for making ktvu uryour choice for news -- your choice for news. be sure to watch the noon news. we're always here for you at ktvu.com and mobile ktvu. thanks for watching.
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