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condition of the victims and description of the suspect police are looking for. tara. >> reporter: you know the fire department just arrived and now they are just leaving. they were cleaning up the crime scene here because it was quite bloody on the sidewalk. we talked to police a few minutes ago. they say the two people who were fighting for their lives have now stabilized. they were stabbed right here in golden gate park. now let's take a look at the video we have from earlier this morning. this happened around 2:30. police say a woman possibly in her 40s was stabbed in the chest. the second victim a male in his 20s or 30s stabbed in the stomach. they were taken to sf general hospital by ambulance. we notice officers taking pictures of the scene. they released a description of the suspect. one described as a heavy set black male with dread blocks another black male wearing a white hooded sweatshirt.
they took off in an a maroon colored car. there is a bar nearby. and police say this stabbing began as an argument early in the morning. we will talk to other people who are in the neighborhood and see if we can learn any new information. of course we will bring it to you throughout the morning. live in san francisco i'm tara moriarty. also new this morning one man is fighting for his life after a shooting in hayward. that happened shortly before 10:00 last night oniria veer avenue. police say the victim a hayward man in his 30s was shot several times. he is now listed in critical condition. police are still searching for the gunman. at this point there is no word of any possible motive. time is 5:01. now to our continuing coverage of the countdown to another possible bart strike. the august 4th deadline now just four days away. there is still hope the two sides can reach an agreement to keep bart trains rolling. this morning at 9:00 contract
talks are set to resume. negotiators trying to reach a deal before the sunday night strike deadline. three big issues still on the table. salaries, pensions, and health care benefits. and union leaders are strongly denying the claim by management that bart has sweetened its offer. >> the numbers that the bart board of directors have been given to the public and press are false. they are not true. >> doubling our salary proposal, slashing the medical proposal in half i would disagree we are not getting nowhere. >> transit experts say there is a second bart strike next week, it will be a lot worse than the first one earlier this month. the overall number of bay area commuters will be roughly 10% higher than it was during the fourth of july holiday week. here is more in details now. bart says it's proposing a 2% salary increase each of the next four years. the union is asking for 4.5%
each of the next three years. bart wants employees to contribute 5% of their pay for pensions phased in over four years. the union is proposing a 3% pension contribution over two years. make sure you stay right here with us at ktvu for all the continuing coverage of the bart labor dispute. you can follow us online and of course on twitter to find out if the strike is on or off. a campus assault has charged san jose state to issue an alert to students and staff. janine de la vega is live this morning to tell us what happened. >> reporter: the attack happened here between the science building on fourth street. soon after it happened last night were alerted by the emergency -- he was walking with aing group of men and
women between the two buildings. it turned physical on the grass. during the struggle the suspect slammed the victim's head into the sidewalk which caused multiple injuries to his face. the suspect reportedly ran away southbound on south fourth street. officers never found him and the victim was taken to the hospital. he is not a student and his injuries are nonlife threatening. we don't know if the suspect or victim knew each other or what prompted this argument. we are trying to find out more information from university police. they say a specksman won't be available until 7:00 this morning. this is the second violent crime that happened on campus. about a week and a half ago the man was pistol whipped. the suspects are still at large in that case as well. janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news. this morning oakland police are asking for the public's help to identify four women who may have information about a man's death. oakland police released these
pictures taken by darren stone of fremont the night he was killed a halloween party in 2011. if you have any information please call oakland police are crime stoppers. time is 5:04. there is a new restriction on pilots of foreign airlines landing at san francisco international airports. those jets can no longer land at the same time another jet is landing on the parallel runway. the faa says so far the new rules have not caused many delays at sfo. thousands of tsa agents. we'll tell you what a new government awe fit found. labor cindy.
and his -- with 100% of the precincts reporting now chavez has 55% of the vote. her opponent theresa alvarado has 45% of the vote. santa clara county registrar voters need to certify the results. the winner will replaced disgraced supervisor george shirakawa. he resigned in march after pleading guilty to misusing taxpayer money to support his gambling about. right now is 6:06. we want to check in with sal for a look at traffic. how is the commute? >> it's going well so far. welcome back. >> thank you. >> traffic is doing well. oh dave, good morning, to you too. >> thank you, sal. [ laughter ] >> let's take a look at the commute. we all joke around here. this is a look at 80 westbound as you drive out to the mccarthur maze. nothing much going on as you drive here. there are no major problems
westbound bay bridge toll plaza. also if you are driving in san jose, this is a good looking commute. 280 and 101 and 85. let's say good morning, to steve. i was wondering if you were going to remember me there. >> yes, steve. good morning. >> pretty good robust delta breeze and on shore breeze. that means it's out of the west. you can see the low clouds. there is plenty to go around. 50s on the temps. everyone is really close again. i mean half-moon bay 54. walnut creek 54. novato 54. san francisco 54. 30 miles an hour travis. that is a sign it will be a little cooler. yesterday was 20 and went down to 14 and warmed up for some inland areas. coast and bay not changing too much. there is a component of a southeast for san jose. that has not changed add all. some of the temperatures staying in the 50s and end up with 60s and 80s. a little cloud cover. making a pretty good push by
9:00 it will start to burn back. and i think we know the drill by noon most locations will deal with sunshine. by tonight i think we get a -- 50s on the temps. 50s or 60s by the coast and bay. and some 70s inland. i think we can bring temperatures down. upper 70s and low 80s. really it's when you get far inland it's when you find 80s. cool coast warm inland. 80s, 70s. 60s. and this looks like a pattern that has been here for awhile. if you like this kind of pattern. 76 mountain view. los gatos 73. a little cooler on thursday. does look warmer inland as we go into the weekend. hundreds of incoming san jose state freshman fear they may miss out on a big part of
college life. coming up in 15 minutes the problem that has them scrambling to find a new place to live. major league baseball just days away from dropping the hammer in the latest drug scandal. who is facing the biggest penalty and why an oakland a's star may not get punished. good morning. traffic on 237 looks good so far as you drive in to the valley. we'll tell you more about the morning commute straight ahead.
welcome back. time now 5:11. new details on the drug suspensions coming to star major league baseball players. they told the league who they want to suspend. an announcement could come friday. the two sides reportedly trying to reach deals on the punishments. it's looking like yankee star alex rodriguez will be hit the hardest. he faces a possible ban of 50 games or more a lifetime ban if he doesn't work out a deal. the oakland a's pitcher reportedly will not be punished any further. they were suspended last year. federal officials are investigating several explosions at a propane plant in tay barras, florida. eight people were hurt. four of them were critically hurt. equipment malfunction and human error are among the possible
causes. stealing, sleeping on the job, and letting passengers bypass security. kyla campbell has more on the serious allegations against tsa agents. kyla. >> reporter: pam, the house homeland security committee will have a lot of questions for top tsa official after reviewing a report from a watchdog group. the ts recorded 56 thefts by employees and more than 1900 cases of sleeping on duty. allowing passengers to bypass security and not following standard operating procedures. discrepancies that could put passengers at risk. i contacted the lead auditor this morning he told me the figures cover all tsa regulated airports including sfo.
misconduct jumped by 26% from 2010 to 2012. but the unions representing screeners defends them. >> if you look at a population of a small city 56,000 people in this work force and the numbers on an annual basis are really very, very small. >> reporter: just how many of these misconduct cases led to firings verses reprimands when i see you next. live in washington kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 news. senator dianne feinstein is speaking out about controversial surveillance programs. in an editorial with the washington post, she calls for greater transparency and privacy protections. however, she says the nsa collection of phone records has prevented terrorists attacks. feinstein is calling for making some of that information public. she also says phone records should only be kept for two or three years rather than five. this morning secretary of state john kerry says israeli
and palestinian negotiators will meet again in the middle east within two weeks. kerry also says the two sides hope to have a peace agreement in nine months that could lead to an independent palestinian state. that comes after both sides met privately with president obama at the white house. analysts say many obstacles stand in the way of a peace agreement including continued settlements in the west bank. mit released the results of a long awaited report of hacking allegations against internet activist aaron schwartz. that report cleared mit of wrong doing. schwartz's family says he committed suicide after being accused of hack into the university's computers and stealing millions of documents. mit says it did not seek federal prosecution and did not oppose a plea bargain. swartz helped to develop a new
site called read it. reddic. the most recent happened sunday at my corner cafe at the corner of south vanness avenue and 26th street. the man heard the sound of gunfire and realized he had been hit in his torso by a pellet. the shooter is described as a 16-25-year-old man with long hair and tattoos. doctors believe nay have traced the source of a rare parasite that has made thousands of people sick. a student loan compromise is heading for a final vote. the deal would link student loan interest rates to the
financial markets. that means borrowers would see lower rates for classes beginning earlier this year. however costs are expected to climb as the economy improves. th house is expected to take -- the house is expected to take up the vote today. commission on labor still considering raising the city's minimum wage. right now berkeley follows a state standard $8 an hour. there is a push to raise that to $10.55. that would match san jose and san francisco. some employers say that will hurt their businesses but one economist says businesses with a higher minimum wage would retract and obtain more and better organizers. let's check in with sal. look agent the commute. how does it look? >> it looks okay pam and dave. we are doing well on the roads and we are looking at the plaza. those kind of things we haven't had anything major pop up. this is a look at interstate
880 in oakland. the traffic is moving well. a lot of people out there. no major crowds just yet. also the morning commute the toll plaza looks good coming into san francisco if you are driving to the city you shouldn't have any problem in any of those toll plaza lanes. and on the peninsula it also does look good. there was a slow moving vehicle reported on the san mateo bridge. chp is rolling out there to check it. however, we haven't seen any slow downs as a result of that on the way to san mateo and foster city. 5:18 let's go to steve. thank you, sir. system moving into the north. looks like it's enhancing that fog and also the delta breeze or sea breeze. there is a pretty good breeze in place. the low there also cloud cover near the oregon border. keeping us just with a minor. yesterday was a little minor warmup. i think today and tomorrow a little minor cool down. really just subtle changes. not much change coast and bay. hazy afternoon sun. sunny and windy at fairfield
today. southwest wind at 30 miles an hour. high today of 82 degrees. down a couple from yesterday. plenty of low clouds in place. few high clouds from you are up toward mendocino county. there is that temperatures in the 50s. really not going to change here. they have been stuck in this pattern for awhile. speaking of southwest 30. that is pretty strong. most locations much far less. but more of a component of an on shore breeze. see low cloud cover and a few splash and dash showers to extreme north. for us we have to wait for that low to go through which will be tonight and tomorrow. today and tomorrow 80s through the interior. 60s and 70s closer to the water. san rafael at 75. san jose 78. 82 livermore. that is down from yesterday's 86. although that was at the airport. i saw 4:in a couple low -- i saw 84 in a couple locations. a little cooler on thursday. does look like a slight warmup
inland. european stocks are mixed and posting very small moves this morning. most stocks in the far east ended their day with losses. ja and shanghai finished up slightly. checking in on wall street our futures point to a mixed opening here as well with a bit of a drop for the dow and s & p. a little bit of a gain for the nasdaq. you can see pretty par for the course. small moves in mixed markets here as well. this is the second day of the federal reserves policy meeting. many economists say fed chairman ben bernanke will not offer any major signals on interest rate policies when that meeting wraps up. that is because the dow sank more than 500 points in two days after they announced the fed was likely to end its bond buying program by next year. the last time. >> all right, pam. time now 5:20. a new development a child sex abuse scandal in walnut creek. tough new allegations by the
millions of dollars every year by giving the homeless a one way plane or cruise ship ticket state side. cities like san francisco and new york have offered the homeless a ticket elsewhere as an effort to save money. a student housing crunch at san jose state university has left 400 students on a waiting list for dorms. nearby off campus housing has been tough to come by as well. classes begin in just three weeks. students are rushing to find places to live so they can settle in before school starts. >> i'm really upset because my idea of a typical college education includes living on campus. >> now university officials tell us here at ktvu news that they have been able to house all first year students who live more than 30 miles away and applied by the may 1st deadline. returning students who lived in the dorms last year have also
been accommodated. the city attorney of walnut creek has resigned in the latest development around an alleged sex abuse scandal at the lesher center for the arts. now winter had been investigating whether workers at the leasher acted appropriately to report suspicions that a coworker was sexually abusing teenage girls. rent around the bay area keeps going up. the average rent in san francisco is almost $3,000 a movant. that san 8% increase in the past year. real fact says rent in oakland average $2,000 a month. that is up almost 11%. san jose rentals slightly less than $2,000 a month. that is up almost 10%. sal, he's up. he knows all about your
commute. sal. >> good morning, dave. we are look pretty good. we are starting in the south bay. northbound 280 right through the middle of the 880-17 interchange looks good. if you are driving from santa cruz or from the santa cruz mountains to valley, it's a good time to go with no major delays. the roads are looking clear. the morning commute looks good on the sunol grade as well. now let's go to steve. thank you, sal. a very good morning. a little bit stronger sea breeze. altamont pass west at 32. things are picking up from that system. and that is enhancing our fog and also the westerly breeze. so 60s and 70s and 80s. but temperatures kind of stuck here for the next couple of days. time now 5:26. fighting terrorism or a threat to privacy? the city of oakland expands police surveillance all over the city. the consultant who is behind this idea. hayward man fighting for his life after being shot in the residential neighborhood. what police are telling me this morning about what happened.
>> goodness. sorry. good morning, i'm pam cook. time just about 5:30. it doesn't really feel like almost august with the weather. >> this is it for july. my goodness. been a hot month for some. not so much of a change for the coast or even in san francisco. last time we were above 70 degrees was july 4th. it's been a long stretch here. inland upper 70s to mid 80s. here is sal. good morning. westbound 80 traffic looks pretty good as you head out to the mccarthur maze. no major problems. also we are looking at the commute on interstate 880 and that traffic does look good. now let's go back to the desk. breaking news coming in from san francisco. police say a bar fight ended with a man and a woman being stabbed with a box cutter. this happened about 2:30 this morning. right near the intersection of stanon and hate street. both of the victims are homeless. they are expected to survive. police say both are african american men. both the suspects here. now one suspect described as
heavy set with dread locks the other wearing a white hooded sweatshirt. and according to the reports, they left the scene in a maroon car. the investigation goes on. also new this morning one man is fighting for his life after a shooting in hayward. it happened shortly before 10:00 last night oniria veer avenue. claudine wong has been talking with police about what happened. >> reporter: pam, the victim is in critical condition at an area hospital right now in the intensive care unit. he was shot here. you can actually see the crime tape still attached to that street sign there. if you take a look at the area behind us, this is a residential neighborhood. the victim is from hayward but does not live in this neighborhood. also i want to show you video from overnight. we were here as the police were processing the scene. police started getting calls about shots fired in this neighborhood at about 10:00 last night. one woman i talked to told me
she heard three shots but she thought it was people setting off fire works. a man the victim was in his 30s. >> he was found inside the vehicle. he appeared to be shot multiple times. >> reporter: police say where he was found does not apee to be where he was shot -- appear to be where he was shot. police are working multiple crime scenes this morning. last word the victim was in icu. we do not have the suspect description, information. police are asking for the public's help right now. lots of people heard something. they are hoping that some people saw something and will call them so they can help track down the people responsible. live in hayward claudine wong ktvu channel 2 news. time is 5:32. police looking for a person accused of an assault on the campus at san jose state university. ktvu janine de la vega is there now. you have more information on what hatched out -- what
happened out there. >> reporter: good morning, dave. it's too early to those that are taking summer classes. but i've seen numerous tweets from students that are concerned about their safety because of the attack that happened here on the grass near the science building. university police say a 22-year- old man was beaten last night shortly after 8:30. he was walking with a group of male and female friends when an argument began. police say the suspect struggled with the victim on the grass between the martin luther king junior library and the science building and started slamming the victim's head against the sidewalk repeatedly. the victim was rushed to the hospital with multiple injuries to his face. they are nonlife threatening. the suspect reportedly ran southbound on south fourth street. students received details about the crime on the come pus' emergency notification system. this is the second time they have received an alert like this in the last week and a half. there was another assault that happened and a robbery at a
different location on campus where the suspects in that case are at large. there is no suspect description that university police have given us. we are hoping to get more information as the morning goes on to find out what started this argument and if the suspect and the victim knew each other. the oakland city council has voted to accept a $2 million federal grant to expand surveillance in the city. the oakland tribune reports they would link dozens of surveillance cameras from all over the city. with data from shot spotter and license plate users and twitter fees. it would help them fight against crime. >> i theist is important because it's public staffty. public safety sister community and our first responders.
>> privacy advocates say it could turn the city into a police state. william braton raised the idea of the surveillance center in may saying it would help improve investigations. the california public utilities commission reacting to heavy public pressure. now is proposing new regulations for ride sharing companies. companies like lift, side car, and uber fall under its jurisdictions. proposals now include requiring drivers to under go criminal background checks. there would be zero tolerance for drugs and alcohol. ride sharing services also need a minimum insurance of $1 million. the earliest the state puc would consider these ideas is in september. pretty noisy yesterday. san francisco cab drivers blasted horns outside of the
cpuc office right near san francisco city hall. they were protesting the ride sharing startup companies. the drivers see the smart phone enabled ride share services as illegal taxis that are stealing their business. >> unfair regulation. unfair competition. not paying insurance that covers their passengers in the event of an accident. >> now the san francisco cab drivers association believes ride share drivers should be going by the same rules as cab drivers. a northern california man accused of killing his wife and two daughters is now considered one of america's most wanted. the u.s. marshal services added 45-year-old shane miller to the list of the 15 most wanted fugitives. investigators have been looking for him since his family was shot to death in may. he has outdoor survival skills
and can live in the wild. antioch man accused of killing two people earlier this month is scheduled to enter a plea in court. 23-year-old barry white has been charged with killing two employees at the jewelry store and seriously injuring the store's owner. prosecutors say white attacked the employee because he had been over charged. >> back to another possible bart strike. contract talks are due to resume at 9:00 this morning. if in the meantime a bart poll shows 75% of those that were questioned had a positive impression of bart services. 72% say they favored a sales tax hike to improve the bart system. this poll was conducted two months before bart workers walked off the job for 4.5 days earlier this month.
you might expect the proprotect has a the bad memories of the first strike still very fresh in their minds. commuters are painfully aware that losing bart service cost them both time and money. >> thinking and planning and stressing about what we are going to do. what are we going to do about child care, gas, leaving early. paying for parking. >> possibility of another strike just makes me so anxious thinking about it. >> transit experts say a second bart strike if it happens next week will be a lot worse than the first one. the overall number of bay area commuters will be roughly 10% higher than it was during the fourth of july holiday weekend. make sure you stay right here with us at ktvu for all the continuing conch of the bart labor dispute. as that sunday night deadline
gets closer encloser. you can-- >> really hope it's off for everybody. but at least we have sal. in case something happens. he will be all over this. >> i will be. but i'm hoping not to be. >> yes, we are all are. but we will be here. we've got you covered. let's take a look at what we have now. traffic is moverring along pretty well westbound at the toll plaza. there is a little bit of a delay. for the most part we are getting -- this is a look at interstate 880 north and that traffic traffic has been looking good. just got a report. doesn't sound like there is no injuries and there is we have a
little system moving into the north. that is enhancing the fog bank. 30 miles an hour plus at travis and the altamont pass. that was not the case yesterday. speaking of travis or fairfield sunny and windy the forecast for today. maybe a few light clouds might make it. 72 at noon. 82 down two from yesterday when they had 84. low clouds. plenty to go around. again that system to that the north definitely helps it along. 50s on the temps or near 60 for some. 55 half-moon bay. novato 55. i did see 47. so a little cool for some. there is that southwest 30. i mean that is a rip roaring delta breeze. this time last year it was around 20. the fog will make a pretty good push this morning by 9:00 it starts to head back over the bay. and by noon it heads back to the coast. stay there is. tonight i think you will get a
pretty good little push. the low responsible for it goes into tonight and the pacific northwest. i think that will continue to help things in the fog department. mostly cloudy and cool and breezy. hazy skies this afternoon. 80s to the interior. 70s for many. berkeley 67. the city 64. hayward only 71. some 80s santa clara valley. san mateo at 71. pleasanton at 81. a little cooler on thursday and level it off friday. does look a little warmer inland as we go into the weekend. all right, steve. abandoned in a windowless cell for days with no food or water. >> oh yeah. i didn't sit there quietly i was kicking the door and yelling. >> a california man speaks out about his wrongful imprisonment. but next bradley manning is found not guilty of aiding the enemy but that might not save him from spending time behind bars. westbound 24 between walnut
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good morning. plenty of low clouds and a rather fresh delta breeze as well. slightly cooler inland. 60s and 70s and 80s. welcome back. good morning, to you. here's a quick look at some of the top stories we are following for you right now. san francisco police searching for two men they say stabbed a man and woman in golden gate park. it started as a bar fight. those victims who were stabbed are expected to survive. police say they are searching for two african american men who are the suspects. one described as heavy set with dread locks.
the other was wearing a white hooded sweatshirt. a young man is recovering from several official injuries. he reportedly was assaulted on the san jose state university campus. the school says the attacker slammed the 22-year-old victim's face into the sidewalk last night right near the science building. there has been an alert gone out to students and staff. congressional hearing is scheduled this morning on tsa misconduct at airports. the report found tsa officers were cited for more than 9600 cases of misconduct between 2010 and 2012. those cases included officers asleep on the job. allowing passengers to bypass security and officers who were actually stealing from passengers. happening today the sentencing hearing for private first class bradley manning begins today. that comes after he was found not guilty of aiding the enemy. manning is accused of leaking more than 700,000 government
documents to the website wikileaks. yesterday's verdict spared him the sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole. however, he was found guilty of 20 other charges. 12 of those carry maximum sentences of ten years behind bars. manny supporters say his sentences should billion light because he is not a trader. this valley was hold yes by panny supporters in san francisco. they say the government is trying to make an example out of manning. >> unlike many of the court- martials this is one that broadcast the u.s. military to the world. i think the message a vigorous one. >> demonstrators say yesterday's rally will not be their last. the father of nsa leaker
edward snowden is thanking vladimir putin for keeping his son safe. he went on russian tv to say he is grateful for protecting edward. russia is considering edward snow den's request for if temporary. >> president obama makes a rare trick to x president obama says enough budget cuts have been made and now it's time to shift the focus to benefiting the middle class. by october 1st congress has to agree on a budget to pay for the government or face a possible shut down. after today's meetings, congress begins a five-week summer recess. a woman carrying a chinese passport is under arrest. accused of vandalizing the national cathedral in washington, d.c.. she was carrying a soda can
containing green paint in it when she was arrested. now that paint matches the point that was thrown inside the coo neat real. he's been ordered to appear in court -- anthony weiner says he is not dropping out of the new york city. >> they don't know new york. they don't know me. quit isn't the way we roll in new york city. >> this is a campaign ad weiner released after acknowledging that he did exchange sexually explicit messages with women after a year after he resigned from congress in the middle of a scandal over his twitter messages. a new poll came out on monday and shows 16% of voters in new york say they support weiner
for mayor. san diego city council has rejected bob filner's request for the city to pay for his legal fees. the mayor unwanted advances toward her. mayor filner says he will not resign and intends to go. friends and family of a missing toddler from oakland disappeared from her father's car on july 9th. her father says he left calf knee in the car with -- tonight's vigil is being held at keller avenue. a spokeswoman tells us nay are on track to turn the gas back on within 15 minutes from now. after a mountain view neighborhood. now at 9:00 p.m.
crews enfor seven businesses lost service. they also included a nearby orchard supply, taco bell and kfc. let's check in with sal. he is checking the roads. you are watching our friends on highway 24 aren't you? >> yes, i am. we're looking at westbound 24 right now between walnut creek and oakland. it looks pretty good. you can see more people are on the road. it's not a big traffic jam just yet. 680 is not doing too. looking at the bay bridge -- not all the lanes are stack. watch for slow traffic approaching that already.
101 is not a good call right now. i would say 280 is a good alter alternate. let's go to steve. stronger delta breeze and sea breeze. cool temps. 46 fairfax. a little chill to the morning air. system move into the northern part of the state. the low goes through today and the low itself will go through tonight and tomorrow. it looks like a little cooler pattern. only a minor warmup happened yesterday. by the time we get to saturday you will see a minor warmup. 60 z and 70s and 80s for most. plenty of low clouds to go around. 50s on the temps. half-moon bay, coast, bay, inland. system to the north giving a lot of cloud cover up there. maybe some splash and dash showers. 50s and 60s coast and bay.
and some upper 60s get over the coastal hills you find 70s. temperatures generally running a little below average here. i think temperatures come down about two to three degrees compared to yesterday. 82 firfield there. 71 vallejo. 64 fence. san rafael 75. hiward add 71-degree hayward 71 degrees. a lot of low clouds and fog banked up along the coast. two former workers at apple store is suing the company. they claim apple required them to go through bag searches every time they left the company. the searches took five to ten minutes each and they were not paid for that company. the workers are seeking class
good morning. lots of low clouds in place and a little stronger sea breeze. it looks like 80s inland. 60s and 70th closer to the coast and bay. crews will spray for mosquitoes in north san jose to stop the west nile virus. the fogging is scheduled to start at 11:00 tomorrow night. now last week crews sprayed parts of east san jose. mosquitoes carrying the west nile virus were recently found in that area. the dea the drug enforcement administration says the pollly won't change following a multimillion settlement after a college student was thrown into jail and forgotten for four days. >> i was kicking the door, yelling. i even put shoe strings shoe laces through the door. >> he was arrested last year during a drug raid. the dea decided not to pursue
charges but says agents accidentally left him inside of a tiny windowless cell without any food or water. when he was discovered he was suffered from dehydration and kidney failure. the dea will pay him $4 million as a settlement and plans to install cameras town spect the cell -- cameras to inspect the cells every day. that stadium plans to feature an app that will give fans live updates on beer and bathroom lines. it will also allow fans to watch replays of the game from multiple angles. and also includes a beer delivery system. i love checking in on the bathroom lines. that is good. [ laughter ] sal, can you check in on 280 and 880 for us? >> i'm checking in on that line right now. you can see me do it. northbound 280 traffic looks
good. there is not much of a line at all. it looks good all the way up into cupertino. right now would be a good time to drive on 280 instead of 101. we have a minor accident on 101. southbound 680 as you pass mission that traffic also looks very good. now back to the desk. coming up next. it's four days and counting until the part strike dead line. why the two sides appear to be far apart from waning this. good morning. a little bit more in the way of a sea breeze. temperatures will come down a couple degrees. [ male announcer ] how do you do a summer clearance the dodge way?
hayward man is in the hospital this morning fighting for his life after being shot multiple times in this residential neighborhood. what we are learning from police about the investigation and what they are asking the public to do this morning. violent attack in golden gate park in san francisco early this morning. police say the weapon was a box cutter. just four days away from a possible bart
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