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together we can make a choice to end obesity now. . we have just learn new details about a historic building on an east bay campus that will be brought down. we'll bring you live the demolition this morning. >> new developments of the case of two children reported missing in nevada. >> the hit and run accident and the police shooting, now, under investigation. ktvu mornings on 2 starts now. good morning, welcome to
mornings on 2, it is saturday august 1st. i'm claudine won. >> good morning, mark. >> a few changes setting up this weekend. we have a big batch of high clouds moving into the bay area. we have a forecast for today. coastal fog up up -- upper 50s to 60s. partly sunny and the temperature range continues to widen. by 3:00 this afternoon or 4:00 this afternoon it will be a warm to hot day inland. the warmest locations to reach the upper 90s. thunderstorm chances could be added to our local forecast. >> time now 7:01, happening today a historic structure on the campus of cal state east bay will come crashing down. after months of planning and a few hundred pounds of
explosives, the landmark building is scheduled to be demolished in two hours. the geologists predict that it will generate the same amount of force as a 2.0 earthquake. we have a reporter on the blast site. >> i hope i have my hearing protection in. we should be a safe distance out. we have a lot of details about it. there will be a warning signer two minutes before the blast, and one minute before the and 0 minutes before the blast. this is a talk of cal state east bay. if you take a look over here to our left. you can see there's a large vip reception here. a large audience is expected to turn out and watch this. the campus was shut down and it will be shut down through monday morning to clear the campus from the demolition.
we're two miles away from warren hall. it served as the administration building for two decades. it's not a danger to students, but expensive to rebuild in the event of a major quake. we talked to the demolition expert on thursday. it's too tall to take down by crane. they'll be using 430 pounds of explosives to buckle building and let gravity do the rest. >> it will be between 7 and 8 seconds. >> warren hall, you can see as we've said has been prepared. one of the things they'll be doing this morning is running through the campus multiple times to make sure nobody has snuck on campus so they're trying ton get a close look at the building this morning. again, once warren hall is brought down a new administration building will be
built elsewhere on campus. the area will be left as a green space or a parking spot. we've learned new details on how the procedure will go this morning. there will be a warning signer 10 minutes before 2 minutes before and one minute before the blast. coming up in the next half- hour, we found out one of the geology cal members will do a this survey and he's on scene. we'll have a live interview coming up in a half-hour. we're live christian captain channel 2 news. >> as you heard christian talk about, scientists are on site. they're going to learn more about that hayward fault. volunteers and scientists installed seismic monitors in the neighborhoods around the campus. they will measure how was the -- how fast the energy from the
explosion travels. the hay ward building is half a mile away. >> they want to insure safety especially in the wake of bakers field earlier this month. they blew up this building and remnants through into the crowd of spectators, one man lost his leg and five people were hurt. cal state p east bay has cleared out the campus which is 350 acres. but, an area has been set up for people to catch a glimpse of the implosion. they are asked to go to k-mart parking lot. people want to bring binoculars just in case. we have live streaming on ktvu.com. if it's delayed at 10:00, we'll still bring it to you online. new developments, an amber alert has been cancelled after
the children have been found. it was issued last known for a 9-year-old and her brother, they were in the custody of child protective services when they went missing. the parents took the children out of nevada on wednesday. this happened after 11:00, it happened in knight street near the wilson college preparatory school. they're responding to that scene and a number of bystanders in the area. at this point police will only say the victims are adults and no arrests have been made. authorities in contra cost at that county are investigating a hit-and-run police shooting. the hit and run occurred in oakland on the west side of the tunnel. the shooting happened on the east side of the tunnel. the entire episode began with a
car and a motorcycle and the crash injured the motorcyclist and caused the bike to catch fire and tied up the commute. later an officer spotted a car matching the description in the hit and run on the other side of the tunnel. investigators say there was some type of altercation causing the officer to shoot the male driver. >> it's unfortunate that this happened here and it's a sad incident. >> it's pretty quiet and peaceful here. >> it's shocking that this happened here. >> the hit and run suspect was taken to john medical center while had the motorcyclist went to highland. there he is a growing investigation with the contra cost at that district attorney offices. this happened at 8:45 in the park, police say the father and child were leaving the playground when two men walked
up and pulled out a gun and knife and robbed the father. one of the membership punched the father in the face and slashed his arm. the child was not hurt and they have increased patrols in that area. >> it's not something i have heard of in my career. someone being targeted as a victim of al violent crime when they have a young child with them. it boggles my mind quite frankly. >> police released two sketches of the suspects. one is described as latino and one african american. they're wondering if the same two men were involved in a robbery in downtown palo alto. this should be one of the biggest and most memorable gay pride festival. it is in discovery downtown park in san jose. people can get married at the festival.
this year's theme, strength and diversity. >> the time is 7:08. if lots of outdoor activities. it could be really warm, warmer than we're used to in the san francisco area. >> it's muggy andment humidity, it feels like you're stepping off the plane in hawaii. we have changes in the overall weather pattern in the next couple of days. we have the low clouds and fog and higher clouds, these high clouds show nicely here in this live camera. this looks like our south bay camera in san jose. that is the camera perspective. you can't see the fog hugging the shoreline. it's moving in from the south approaching modesto sacramento and san jose and oakland.
added dimension with the cloud cover, current temperatures are off to a mild start. we're talking about 60s and fairfield, livermore, san jose, 61 degrees, san jose 58, forecast headlines for today, we'll go with this, partly cloudy skies tomorrow definitely warmer, it will be hot inland. temperatures inland tomorrow approaching the upper 90s, next week beginning monday we're talking about a sun cloud mix, a chance, a few thunderstorms push nothing the region. here's the set up for today. this low pressure setting up campus offshore. this high pressure nudges in for tomorrow. this low pressure begins to relax. tomorrow will be warm to hot mid to upper 90s inland. this area of low pressure could be the source of thunderstorms beginning monday and into tuesday and wednesday. here's our forecast model.
you'll see a big batch of high clouds for tomorrow afternoon. look at this circulation setting up. moisture is moving in and clouds and at least a slight chance of isolated thunderstorm. friends of faith, a walk happening this morning, 10:00 this morning. partly cloudy skies and a few high clouds, those temperatures in the lower 60s. forecast ties this afternoon. santa rosa 90 degrees. san jose will go to 82. here's a look ahead. your weekend always in view. tomorrow easily the hottest day of the weekend. chance for an isolated thunderstorm on wednesday and a slight chance on tuesday, we would be watching those developments over the next few days. >> dozens of killed over the biggest street battles they've seen and it's they're promising a state of emergency. >> the movie that inspired the message and who paid for it. >> let's look outside, the
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good saturday morning, we're looking at high clouds, a over san francisco bay patchy fog and we'll let you know where the fire danger will be on the increase. a wildfire continues to burn closer to their homes in idaho. the smoke from that fire has been unbearable and it could get worse today with more strongesty winds in the forecast. the fire happens burned 64,000 acres of land and is #% con taped. there are more than 1,000 firefighters on the front lines and they're up against very dry conditions. >> we didn't have the rainfall
last fall, nor the smoke pack last winter that we would have liked to have had. >> sun valley is an affluent vacation area popular with celebrities such as arnold schwarzenegger and tom hanks. they've turned on the water canons for fires that threaten mountaintop lodges. the crisis in egypt. a government spokesperson said they're considering outlawing the muslim brotherhood. the stand-off is continuing at this hour between hundreds of brotherhood members and military troops. the brotherhood held what it called a day of rage to protest the recent military coup. at -- coupe. at least 1300 people were
injured. they're armed with rockets and rocket propelled grenades attacked in that country. in southern afghanistan a roadside bomb killed five members of the same family. the victims included women and children. they're asking for us aid, that request comes after a resurgence of violence. without a major american presence, iraqi officials say al qaeda has been building up its forces. they killed 1,000 people. >> if america takes its eyes off the middle east, there will be a resurgence of al qaeda and it will be more menacing than we've ever seen. >> they're going to use intelligence analysis and the
use of drones for surveillance. we're getting a new look at the damage after a 6.5 earthquake. many homes were reduced to piles of brick and people were sent into the streets. no one was seriously injured. that same area was hit by a similar earthquake last month. they're warning of half shocks in a number of days. there was a crash in birmingham, alabama, the voice recorder, they received two warnings that they were flying too low. the jet crash landed a mile away from the runway with the two pilots killed on board. this is a company that sells handbag and t shirts to provide work for women rescued from trafficking in india. the company's founder says
that's not her main concern right now. >> our women are really devastated for the families of the pilots and they've been told, i want to do whatever i can to undergird them and support them. >> they're selling this memorial t-shirt, it will donate 100% of the p profits to the families of the crash. according to a sacramento county the project has failed top meet the financial accounting when the voters required when they funded that project five years ago. a hearing will be held top determine what happens next. >> reporter: groups in the central valley sued the high speed rail authority in 11 disturbed that the route would destroy farmland and dairies and residential areas. yesterday two radio djs
hired five planes to spell out surrender bob. there's that message and to make sure everyone saw it, it was written in three locations around the city. the djs said they were inspired by a scene from the wizard of oz and it wasn't long before people took notice. >> he put himself in a position so they would have to do something like that. >> i this i it's crazy, they're high up in the sky, you know, a lot of people have seen it. the mayor has been accused of sexual argument despite advice, he's refusing tore step down. a recall evident is ex p oakland to begin tomorrow. they're cleaning up the lincoln memorial in washington. three weeks after someone through green paint all over it. most of it was removed the same day. traces of paint did not come off. a treatment was applied to remove the paint. a woman charged with
vandalizing the international kath thee digram is charmed with vandalizing the memorial and other sites. a new pedestrians plaza is now open in the historic square. it converts to a pedestrians only space where plenty of places for people to sit and enjoy the sites of the city. the purpose is to keep the area pedestrians owner for the next six months. al and smith doesn't hold any grudges. there they are before the game the head coach and he are shaking hands and hugging. there were 7 sacks on the night. they go down. they are up in the game until rookie 9ers quarterback. they get 49ers to get a win.
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. there is a look at warren hall on the cal state east bay campus. take a look because it's not going to be up much longer. an implosion is scheduled for 9:00 this morning. it will take anywhere from 7 to 14 seconds to bring it down. that campus has been shut down from 8:30 last night. there is a viewing party of sorts on mission harding road at the k-mart parking lot if you want to take a look. you can just turn on your tv and we'll show it to you live here on 2. the real world is
coming back to san francisco. we'll show you footage from the show. this time around most of the filming is expected to happen near poke and setter streets. this will be the film's -- show's 29th season. the finals begin for the battle of america's cup. the favorite emirates team, new zeeland squares off against italy. the first starts 1:10 and the next starts an hour after that. they'll face the defending champion oracle usa. and they're raising money for injured sales in the bay area. runners will begin their journey at 9:00 a.m. the event raises money for the marine mammal center for sick
injured and/or fanned sea lie once. the goal system to raise $75,000. >> mark is a runner and i would imagine it's going to feel awfully warm pretty quickly for those folks who are in those trails. >> yes, probably humid and muggy as well. that is a time to run out. the trails are seeming to be changing there. it's a neat experience out there this morning. as far as the forecast this weekend, it's a warm up, we're worrying about fire danger picking up. as a result we have a fire weather watch toward northern lake county and basically you can see out towards parts of the sierra as well. possible thunderstorm could ignite new fires. we have chances of thunderstorms in the bay area as well, not for this weekend, we'll be tracking that in the five-day forecast. low clouds this morning and patchy fog. right around the bay,
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big blast this morning. warren hall has been a fixture on the campus. it's been vacant due to earthquake concerns. we're live with the upcoming implosion at the state campussies. >> reporter: excitement is building. they're excited for this implosion. warren hall is coming down because it has been determined to be seismically unsound. they'll be on the scene monitoring this, not because of the earthquake danger from the building, but from the earthquake knowledge they might learn here. we are joined with a shiesmologist and what you might be able to get out of this. this is like a live experiment in earthquakes and you can monitor and know what will happen. >> this building will make a thump when it hits the ground. that's one of the things we use to send energy into the ground and record it. what we've got out is an
incredibly sensitive array of instruments. these can sense footprints 100 meters off. this can pick up the slightest motion. this will look like an mri for this area. >> and it's going to give you a essential will i like a 3d map of the ground around the hay ward fault system. >> it will be used ultimately for planning. the ground may shake a little more and ultimately where this kind of research comes to the community is making it safer and better places to live. >> reporter: you're talking about how this may register, how much of an impact might you get out of warren hall when it comes down. >> that was a back of the envelope calculation. it comes to a magnitude of -- magnitude of 2. it's a simple physics problem. >> window he would love to
learn about the scientific data once you get that data. we'll check in with you again later today. warren hall is set to be demolished at 9:00. they'll be using a implosion technique to bring it down instead of a crane. they say the building is too tall. cal state police and authorities will be in the area to make sure nobody has snuck on campus and we've learned how it will be going down. we've heard that there will be a warning blast -- a warning signer that goes off ten minutes before the blast, two minutes before the blast and one minute from the blast. we'll carry that demolition for you live at 9:00. back to you. 1,000 tons hitting the ground, i know it's going to feel like a 2.0. will it register as an earthquake on the usgs site?
>> yes, it will register on. usgs site. they can record it's a man made incident. it will show on the site. >> chris is ready for the implosion to happen. thanks christian. >> here's a look at the last implosion that happened it was the demolition of the naval hospital two years ago. it was closed back in 1996. it took 800 pounds of dynamite top bring it down. you can watch the implosion here right here on 2. now with the -- if the implosion is delayed we'll still bring it to you online. a federal investigator from oakland, a judge says 56-year-
old randy violated patrol by contacting sandra coke. he resisted arrest. he dated coke 20 years ago. two days after coke was reported missing. her body was found last week in vacaville. police say they're investigating and no charges have been filed. a baby shot and killed last week in oakland has now been laid to rest. yesterday a funeral was held for 16 month old drew jackson. baby drew and his father 20 years year andrew thomas was shot to death. no arrests have been made. a $30,000 reward is being hovered in the case. mark is in the area this weekend to push for gun control. gabby giffords was injured in the mass shooting two years ago. if the two are supporting a bill that would expand
background checks for firearm purchases. those nationwide checks would not infringe on the right to bear arms. they've filed additional charges against a concord teacher. two more young people have come forward leading to 17 additional charges against 45- year-old joseph andrew martin. he faces a total of 109 charges. he taught fifth x-rayed and had been at wood side elementary since 1991. he pleaded not guilty. he faces life in prison if convicted. the joseph naso jury trial will continue on monday. they say the prosecution's case is weak and circumstantial. he's charged with killing four northern california women in the 1970s and '90s. the former freelance photographer told the stories and talked to them and how he
had knew them but never killed them. he was admonished from the judge discussing evidence never mentioned during the trial. >> mr. neigh, so is dumb as a fox. what he's trying to do in his closing argument is testify. what he's trying to do is try to introduce evidence that was not brought into the trial and the judge was losing patience with that. >> his closing argument is scheduled top resume monday morning at 9:00. >> there are new questions of the opening of the bay bridge. let's give a live look from the roof cam. the current span is fine. the new span in the forecast. work on that new span will continue through september 3rd when it will officially open if it opens on schedule. officials plan a large celebration and set aside $6.4 million in toll money for the
event. organizers have cancelled that big bash which was expected to draw 200,000 people. the question remains where does all that money go. we are told the events produced will still be paid for because the planning was done for that. the remaining money will go into a general fund. >> the commission made a decision to allocate them. that contractor did a certain amount of work and we'll figure all that out and move on from there. there is a possibility of a large public party in the future. a situation in the future, a bike path will be finished when the exist span is torn down. several cities are holding dui drag nets tonight. san raphael held one last night. a third of traffic accidents deaths are due to drunk driving.
>> it's an effective way to public -- to publicize the dangers of drunk drivers. >> they'll stop about 1500 cars and arrest two to three people on dui charges. it's to make people think twice before driving drunk. it's the last weekend people will be able to enjoy a popular amusement park on the peninsula. it's set to close for good tomorrow. the owner said the park wasn't making enough hope to stay open. people have been going to that site for miniature cart, go carts and the arcade since 1979. >> i was on here before i got married and this is my grandchildren. this is how many years i've been going here. >> the doors are set top close at 8:00 tomorrow night. >> i remember when i was just a pup going there. >> it's a little sad to see things like that shut down.
>> mark did you go to malibu and ride those go carts. >> i remember going to the water slides and doing that stuff as a kid. very fun. this weekend get ready fore high temperatures. it feels a bit muggy out there. this is our live camera looking out, and we have fog hugging the coast, we added more clouds to the mix for this morning and into the afternoon hours. some of that moisture could trig heir few thunderstorms not for this weekend, but in our five-day. we'll see the changes coming up. your weekend forecast is this. once again it will are humid today. it won't be cool, the coolest day, it will reach the lower 90s around the bay. tomorrow a temperature boost. it will be hot inland approaching the upper 90s, 98 degrees around the bay, the coast in the upper 60s.
we have the fog hugging the coast, dense fog here and a big batch of high clouds moving in from the south. we're watching those changes moving in from the south basically right on through wednesday. current numbers are mild out there. san francisco 58 degrees, santa rosa 53, and right now checking in, 61. here's the overall weather pattern, this area of low pressure will be the key factor into next he can window. it will increase on the onshore breeze a little bit. we'll cool things up a few degrees and no change from yesterday. it will be lower 90s inland. it will be for the second half of the weekend as this system moves off. it will be the force of warming on sunday. this area of low pressure, the flow sets up and it could trigger a few thunderstorms. basically the same feel for
tomorrow. monday morning, you'll see clouds not much in the way of showers showing up here. there is a chance moving into the region, monday morning, a slight chance of tuesday and once again another chance of a thunderstorm, of course, fire danger will be on the increase. temperatures in the afternoon, warmest locations inland to reach the mid-90s, it will be 82 degrees in the upper 60s, all these numbers could be cooler. tomorrow the hottest day of the weekend and a chance of an isolated thunderstorm on monday. >> it hasn't happened since world war ii, but a stand out is about to make history. >> plus streaking seniors, an ongoing problem at one high school and the principal is hoping top stop it. >> this is a beautiful shot of bay bridge toll plaza. we'll let you know if if there are any problems you need to know this morning.
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good saturday morning, we're showing you pictures here. and that's warren hall and it's set to implode at 9:00 a.m., we'll have it live at 9:00. >> in the philippines 31 people are dead and 170 are missing after a ferry crashed into a cargo ship. it happened last night. the ifer are i was -- ferry was killing 840 people and crew members. many of them were rescued after
they jumped into the ocean. an of 3-year-old woman was killed after a disney shuttle bus hit her car on the way to the magic king do come. the bus slammed into the back of her car. more than 30 people were on board that bus. the woman was taken to the hospital. she was pronounced dead. disney said they offered condolences to the family and friends of the driver who passed away. the republican national committee voted unanimously not to partner with nbc or cnn on the debates. the rnc wants the networks to drop plans to produce programs about hillary clinton. they call them political ads as unbiased entertainment. they say the shows will not affect their news coverage of clinton's potential white house
run. >> them praise california's effort top implement the affordable care act. >> if you're one of the 85% of americans who have insurance you have new benefits and protections under this law, free checkups, mammograms, contraceptive care. >> in this address, the president talked about how the new health care will help millions of americans where governors legislators are working together top implement the law properly in new york, colorado, california and they're working to make insurance affordable. . contra cost at that county are worrying about whooping cough cough. they have seen double the amount this year. health officials are worried there could be another spike this year. >> we do know that there are
people out there are sick and don't get diagnosed. they can unknowingly spread it to a new born who can become very, very sick. marin county also is seeing a spike. they are seeing fewer cases at the same time as it did last year. backpacks will be given away in oakland at 9:00 this morning at oakland city hall. shilo church has an event. there will be food music and give aways at both events. similar back to school events are happening all over the event today. today and tomorrow the richmond police activities league is hosting its first back to school carnival and at ktvu.com, you can find where school starts in your
neighborhood and tips on back to school savings. a new link between soft drinks and aggressive behavior in children. children who drink two or more a day get into fights attack people and break things. >> they disagreed with the report. science does not support those findings and the study is in the journal of pediatrics. students going wild. it has become a tradition at palo alto high school. they streak naked every spring. administrators said it's time to snap that streak and channel our energies in a more positive solution. >> this is an unsafe emotional learning environment. >> i don't know anyone who is
bothered by it. >> a letter was sent home giving warnings. the city of santa rosa is going to skip out on the am general tour. the lack of tow nations is a big reason why they're taking a break. the race has gone through that area. the race has generated an estimated $207 million in economic activity for the region. santa rosa is the second city will not pursue the race. the city of livermore said it would dip out. a girl in michigan is roaring from a -- recovering from a bear attack. authorities say she tried to outrun the black bear but it eventually knocked her down. she suffered deep cuts and puncture wounds on her thigh, but she is expected to recover. >> a neighbor herd her
screaming and they came out hollering themselves and the bear took out. >> they're not unusual in the area, but it's unusual to attack people they say. they're setting traps top catch the bear. a woman was bit off the shores of maui. he heard a snorkeler scream. an is that correct attacked a tourist. he helped her into a -- a shark attacked a tourist. >> she was in and out of these worries. i'm dying, i'm going to die. i kept saying, no you're not we're going to get you to shore, we're going to save you. >> the money is in critical condition, wednesday's attack was the fifth shark attack off the shores of maui in recent
months. the yahoo ceo landed her on the cover of vogue. >> pouring down your iphone what it has in common with your refrigerator. >> not only the fog but a big batch of high clouds moving in from the south. i'll let you know if the clouds will stay around the for the weekend. i'll let you know if the mugginess can be added to the forecast.
juror looking live at warren hall and the cal state east bay campus in hayward, they opened up in 1971, 194 feet tall, tallest structure in hayward but not for long. it's going to come down in 65 minutes. it's going to be demolished for a new building, we'ring it to bring you the demolition live right here on mornings on 2 at 9:00 a.m.
again 9:00 a.m. warren hall coming down in hayward. a surprise for cal football. the taps who led fall is the first true freshman to start a season opener in more than half a century. hundreds of workers at high school patch website, layoffs are going to 500 patch employees. that's half the work force. 350 people were laid off yesterday a the rest will be laid off in the coming months. many of the 9 hup patch websites will shut down or be consolidated. yahoo ceo posed for vogue. the article features her interview since taking over her
position last year. you might want to power down once in awhile. a new study shows your iphone uses as much energy as your refrigerator. you heard that, an energy star fridge uses 322 kilowatts an hour each year. the average iphone uses 361, that includes the why few connection, usage and battery charging. >> if you're heading out the door and have plans outside, it may be feel muggy outside. >> the moisture moving from the south it is subtropical. there are high clouds, it will feel like that today and tomorrow. here is our satellite showing you this h high clouds moving into the region from the south. in addition, we have the low clouds and fog hugging our
shore lines. the fog bank hugging our shoreline. current temperatures are in the upper 50s in san francisco, 60s for hayward and san jose. we'll break it down if for the coast this morning. low clouds, temperatures in the 50s. patchy fog low to mid-60s, partly sunny, a nice warmup, but still holding on to the high cloud today. in the neighborhoods, those temperatures are upper 80s lower 90s. it could be cooler in a few spots. santa rosa 90 degrees, and livermore 92. look ahead at your five-day forecast. look what happens monday. there's a chance of an isolated thunderstorm and a chance on tuesday and a chance of a thunderstorm on wednesday. we'll be watching for the developments long-range. get ready as we head into
sunday. >> a four-year old boy brings a surprise visitor and this is discovered inside his brain. >> we're hours away from the i am motion of warren hall. it won't be there much longer. this is the historic building that is going to be be brought to the ground. we'll have more in a live report from that blast site when we come back. ma
we'll take you into the last minute preparations for the implosion of warren hall. they expect it to be a 2.0 earthquake and they're going to examine the state's most active faults. >> a hit-and-run leads to an officer involved shooting. good morning, welcome to mornings on two. i'm claudine won. >> good morning, mike mark is in for rosemary. good morning. we have the dense fog hugging the coastline. your forecast, we'll break it
down now, coastal fog upper 50s to upper 60s. by lunchtime we'll go with this. lots of high clouds moving into the region, 62 to 85, by 4:00 this afternoon it will be warm to hot inland. 64 for near the coast, warmest locations on track to reach the 90s, when thunderstorm chances could be added to our local forecast. >> we are following developing news in freemont where police have shot down east of interstate 680. a s.w.a.t. team is on scene there. police talked to us and told us this all began at 4 this morning. there was a home invasion between freemont and that area and that led police to this area. we'll bring up the latest information as we get it. happening today in one hour, warren hall in the cal state east bay campus will
demolish the building. it has been deemed seismically unsafe and there it is. demolition crews are making the final preparations. what's going on christian. >> reporter: less than an hour as you said until warren hall comes down. a lot of excitement. crews have placed 400 pounds of bringing the building down. it will take 7 to 14 seconds for the four decade old building to come down. joining us live is the chief financial officer, if we could talk for a moment. you have been in contact with the command center. you can give us a sense of what's going on, the lathe minute preparations. >> reporter: they're maintaining the perimeter, they're making sure all cars are outside of that perimeter. the people, their job will be to maintain eye contact between now, and the implosion. if anything does come into that perimeter, they'll stop and re-
evaluate and start over again. >> it will take 7 top 14 seconds. this is the final part of this. there's been a lot of work leading up to this point. >> it's been about a year of intensive planning, six months of actual work on the building, to remove equipment and materials before the actual implosion. there's been quite a bit of activity, quite a bit of noise on campus, quite a lot of cooperation to not interrupt educational programs. >> this is seismically unsafe. this had more to do with the financials if there was a major earthquake. >> the building was intended to stay erect in the convenient of the earthquake, but the collapse would have been able to -- difficult to recover from financially. they tried a seismic review board that looks at these buildings. they evaluated the building to
come up with different options to strengthen it. they were unable to come up with an idea financially and so they all agreed to imploding it. >> it's a big project here over our shoulders. a lot of excitement building on the east bay campus. we'll hear a warning signer ten minutes before it goes off then one at two minutes and one at one minute before it goes off. we'll carry that demolition live. we're live in hayward, ktvu channel 2 news. >> scientists are using that i am motion to learn more about the hayward fault. they installed 600 seismic monitors. those devices measure how fast the energy from an earthquake travels. researchers want to know more about the depth of the hayward fault and whether it's connected to other faults.
the hayward fault zone is less than a half mile from the warren hall building. cal state east bay has cleared out the entire campus that is 350 acres. an area has been set up, they're asked to go to the k- mart parking lot. folks might want to bring those binoculars just in case. you can watch the warren hall implosion live, we'll have it live streaming at ktvu.com. if it's past 10:00, we'll spring it to you online. the school says it's taking every precaution to insure safety especially in the wake of implosion that injured five people in bakers field at the beginning of the month. another blue up two towers. remnants flew into theout of spectators including one man who lost his leg.
>> they spent hours overnight that led top a police shooting. i'm going to show you this map that we created that shows you locations of both incidents. the hit and run happened in oakland. the shooting happened on the east side of the tunnel. near arinda. the crash injured the motorcyclist and caused the bike to catch fire and that tied up the commute on highway 24. then later an officer spotted a car matching the description of the hit and run on the other side of the tunnel. investigators said there was some sort of altercation that caused the officer to shoot the male driver. >> it's unfortunate that it happened here and it's a sad incident. it's pretty quiet and peaceful here, right? >> it's shocking that something like this happened here. >> the hit and run suspect was
taken top johnson medical center. we have just received new information about a shooting in oakland. two people are dead and two others injured. this happened after 11 last night on 105th avenue and knight street. it's across the wilson college preparatory school. our crews saw number of units responding to the scene and a number of bystanders in the area. they have told us they are adults and no arrests have been made. police are searching for two young men who robbed a man in front of his young child. it happened at this park. two men walked up and pulled out a gun and a knife and robbed the fire father. one of the men punched the father in the face and slashed his arm. the child was not hurt but there are increased patrols in
the area. >> it's not anything i've heard of in my career career, someone being targeted in a violent crime when they've got a young child with them. it boggles my mind quite frankly. >> they released two sketches of the robbers. one is 5-foot 9, 190 pounds and another african american about 6 feet and 190 pounds. they were in downtown palo alto. two children with respect found safe in sacramento. this sister and brother were both in the custody of child protective services when they went missing. the parents violated a court order and took the children out of nevada on wednesday r. the friend of faith walk started. the nice 5k and you'll walk and
run is for underinsured women undergoing breast cancer treatment. this woman died of breast cancer in 2003. >> pride weekend in san jose. a lot going on here. let's turn to mark, how are we looking so far. we have neat high clouds into the region. this adds new dimension into the sky this evening. we'll be about the same as yesterday in terms of temperatures. you'll notice a big spike in those readings. this is looking out over san francisco bay. this is a nice vantage point here. it's moving in from the south. as we show you this, the lower section of the camera here pushing down, through the bay bridge here, we have haze and fog over the coastline, those subtropical clouds could trigger thunderstorms, but in the five-day forecast. right here here's a satellite perspective.
here's the flow moving in over this direction. this will stream into the region especially favoring the southern half of the bay area. as far as current if numbers updated, it's 58 degrees in san francisco. 63 san jose and 60s to report in walnut creek and livermore 65 degrees, as far as the forecast for friends of faith walk, partly cloudy skies, temperatures in the mid 60, 65 degrees. we have a area of low pressure, it's going to be drifting offshore over the next few days. today partly sunny skies a little more humid. they're basically about the same. this high pressure moves in tomorrow with the low backs off. this is the lowest locations on track to reach the mid to upper 90. this do set up a flow to transport it into the reaming
by monday morning. you'll see it tomorrow afternoon. look what happens into monday. it's close enough to warrant a chance of an isolated thunderstorm for monday. it sticks around so a slight chance on tuesday and another chance on wednesday. we'll be watching this developing weather pattern over the next thee to five days. temperatures today high clouds and fog on the coach. at the beach 64 degrees. 90s out toward concord, danville and livermore. san jose in the lower 80s, and san francisco clouds in the morning, partly sunny this afternoon 69 degrees. the hottest day of the weekend will be tomorrow. there is a chance of a thunderstorm on monday, a slight chance on tuesday and wednesday as well. we'll talk about fire danger i creasingsing across parts of the state. >> a message ton the mayor of san diego, as the effort to get
him to step down. >> after 19 years m tv is getting real on the streets of san francisco where film will begin with one of the longest running reality shows. >> no delays or problems for you this morning. we want to run everyone. that cal tran is going to chose the bay bridge on august 28th. they have to get the traffic moved over and the new span ready to be open for traffic on september 3rd. it is 8:12.
. good saturday morning, we're looking at our live camera. typical fog here, we'll highlight the hottest day coming up of this upcoming weekend. more after shocks were felt in new zealand this evening. you're looking at video of damage from that initial quake. as you can see it toppled store shelves and made a peasant people running in had the streets. that same area was hit by an earthquake last month. they're warning of more after shocks in coming days. more are under evacuation orders in idaho. residents say the smoke from that smoke has been unbearable a it could get worse today with
the strong gusty winds. it's burned 64,000 acres of land so far. it's just 6 3ers con entertained. it's a clear message for -- it's 6% contained. two radio djs hired planes to write surrender bob, they were inspired from a scene from the wizard of oz and it wasn't long before people started to take notice. >> i can't believe they would put himself in a position so they would have to do something like. >> that's crazy and lay a lot of people have seen it. >> he's been accusedded of sexual harassment from 16 women. he's refusing to step down inspite of democratic members advising him to do so.
the crisis in egypt. a government's spokesman say the egyptian officials are considering to outlaw the muslim brotherhood. there are hundreds of brotherhood members and military troops. the brotherhood held a "day of rage" yesterday. 173 people were killed in the mass rallies. 1300 people were hurt. iraq's foreign minister was asking for us aid. without a major american presence there iraqi officials have said al qaeda has been building up its forces. a terror attack killed more than 1,000 people. >> if america takes its eyes off of the middle east there will be a ream surgence of al qaeda and all of its affiliates and more menacing than ever we
have ever seen. >> it could include advisors and intelligence analysis and the use of drones. they may have received an automated warning seconds before wednesday's crash. data recovered from the cockpit voice recorder said that the pilots received two warnings that they were flying too low. the catches of that crash is still under investigation. the jet landed a mile away from the runway killing both pilots aboard. the crash of the ups maine has led to a big loss of a charity retailer. they provide work for women for human track -- trafficking in india. they lost a shipment of 1300 hand bags in the shipment. >> our women are devastated for the families of the pilots and they've been told they want to do anything they can to undergird them and support
them. >> the company says it will donate 100% of the profits to the families of the two pilots killed in the crash. crews have finished cleaning up the lincoln memorial in washington, d.c. the vandalism happened on july 26th. most of the paint was removed the sarmatia. there were traces of that paint that didn't come off. it was a statue in order to remove the paint. the woman charged of vandalizing the cathedral is suspected of vandalizing the memorial and other sites. meanwhile this has been fixed in too many of the 350th anniversary of the march in washington. a controversial quote on the side of that statue has been removed. the sculptor paraphrased the line from one of his speeches. it was corrected after being used out of context.
big changes in the broadway and telegraph avenue. a new pedestrians plaza is opened. it converts telegraph avenue to a pedestrians p only space with plenty of places for people to sit and enjoy the sites of the city. the plan is to keep that area pedestrians only for at least the next six months. today is an important day in the battle for america's cup. the finals begin in the challenger series. they square off against little rosa italy. the first starts at 1:10 a the other is one hour after that. the defending chap i don't know oracle usa will race in september. this is video from the show when it followed 8 strangers in a home in the rush hill neighborhood. this time around most of the filming will happen in poke and
center streets. it's the 29th season. the show will air on m tv next year. the time now is 8:20 and this turns into a large bump. >> it's kind of crazy. >> well, it only got craze year once the mother of that four- year-old boy decided to find out what was going on inside her son's leg. >> in weather we're taking a look at cal state east bay and we have high clouds add to the mix and we're looking at the warren hall implosion coming up. we'll have that coming up for you live at 9:00 a.m. farmers presents: fifteen seconds of smart.
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the before the game, he and the 9ers coach are sharing hugging and shaking hands. it was looking solid last night with seven sacks on the night. the quarterback bj tan yell forced a touchdown. collin played one series last night. he called it a different experience and rich harbaugh said it felt like going against a procedure. drew breeze and the saints, they're looking good themselves silver and black pretty earlier. they're going up 23-0. they battled back in the second half, they lost to the saints. raiders hosted bears out in the coliseum next monday night. an unusual souvenir from his vacation. he fell down and skinned his knee while at the beach last month. well, during the next day the
area got very swollen and inflamed they took him to the hospital for antibiotics, those helped until she noticed a bump on his knee was trying to back. she pulled out that little object. >> it looked like a rock. it was a plaque thing and i put it on the paper towel and i said that's a weird looking back. it was a baby sea snail that hatched in his leg. it's, now, in a bucket of water. there will be no lasting effects of growing a snail in his knee. >> i can't say i never had a snail in my knee. >> he must have fallen just right. mark still low clouds out there. typical fog hugging the coastline. high clouds added to the mix this weekend.
those high clouds will be a factor all weekend long. here's the over all know. i'll draw it for you right now. it felt muggy out there and the muggy conditions will continue to persist into the weekend. current numbers are in the upper 50s, had livermore mid- 60s, 65 degrees a breakdown of the forecast for the coast. patchy fog this afternoon. hoe to mid-60s, it's partly sunny skies today. temperatures on the low side, mid-80s this afternoon. we're starting with partly sunny skies a mild start. upper 80s to lower 90s this afternoon. it could be a touch cooler in a few spots. will 2 degrees. 82 degrees. a look ahead, your five-day forecast tomorrow will be the hottest day of the weekend.
look at the changes by mopped. there is a chance of an isolated had thunderstorm on monday, a slight chance on tuesday, once again another chance of an eyes hated thunderstorm on wednesday. we're watching out for changing conditions. on the warm to hot side especially away from the coastline. celebration for the new bay bridge is cancelled. questions where the money for that bash will end up. >> three new animals have arrived at a fresno county wildlife park. one of them is being used to honor a volunteer worker killed by a lion
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. good morning, welcome back to mornings on 2. >> hayward isn't the only city watching a historic building come down. we'll show you what happened earlier this morning in dayton, ohio. [ yelling ] [ explosion ] s >> there it ising a a twin building, it was imploded to make room for a new apartment complex. part of the dayton building was brought down. let's bring you back to the bay area. we'll have our own implosion in just about a half-hour from now. warren hall is a 13-story tower named for a trucking magnate.
we have warren hall in our sites. we should be hearing that first warning signer. >> just about 20 minutes from now, we should be hearing that first warning signer. we're less than a half-hour from demolition hall. you can see it in the distance. it's out of the exclusion zone. we can tell you right now crews are circulating through the area to make sure no one is that exclusion zone in warren hall. the count down would be immediately stopped. the situation is re-evaluated to see if it's safe to proceed. we don't see any reports of unscheduled activity going on. this has been the administration building for four decades, but was deemed to be the most seismically unsafe building inside the cal state system. not a danger to students, but expensive to rebuild in the
event of a major earthquake. we talked to the demolition expert on thursday, the building is too tall to take down by crane. they'll be using 430 pounds of high explosives to buckle will the building and they'll let photograph it do the rest. >> the time will be 7 or 8 seconds to bring it down. >> there's a vip seating over there right now. the grandson of mr. warren the man for whom the building was named. he's speaking, we can tell you the cal state university's president is here. one of the hundreds of spectators watching history coming down. the procedure is we'll hear that warning signer go off 10 minutes before, one more warning superone minute before the demolition is scheduled to begin. we'll bring you that entire event coming up in less than a
half-hour. for now, we're live in hayward. ktvu channel 2 news. >> there is a look at the last big implosion that happened in the bay area. it was the demolition of oakland's naval hospital. that set up a lot of dust from that. it was built in world war ii and closed in 1996 a it took 800 pounds of dynamite to bring it all down. you can watch the implosion live right here on mornings on 2. we're going to stream it live on ktvu.com. if for some reason the implosion is delayed past 10:00 we'll still bring it to you live online. >> mark kelly is for gun control. mark kelly appeared yesterday at the napa shooting range with
mark thompson. they're supporting a bill for background checks for firearm purchases. those nationwide checks would not i fringe on the second amendment right to bear arms. a federal investigator from oakland said randy violated his parole by contacting coke failing to follow his gps monitor and resisting arrest. he was arrested for parole violation back on august 6th. two days after coke was reported missing. her body was found last week in vacaville. they're still investigating and no charges have been filed. closing arguments much the joseph naso jury trial will continue. he told the jury that the case is weak and circumstantial. he's charged with killing four northern california women in
the 1970s and 1990s. yesterday in the courtroom for about five hours, the former freelance photographer told the jury stories, talked about them and how he never killed them. he was admonished for never talked about during the trial. >> he's trying to introduce evidence that was not brought in the trial in his closing arguments. the judge was losing -- losing patients with that. >> his closing argument is set to continue monday morning at 9:30. expect to see more sobriety checkpoints. they're holding dui checkpoints tonight. tonight. a third of all traffic deaths are alcohol related. on average more than a hundred people are killed on labor day
weekend each year because of drunk driving. >> there are new questions about the opening of the new bay bridge giving you a live look at the eastern span of the roof camera. traffic right next to it, no problems being reported on the eastern span now. it's not open now. work on the new span, september 3rd, officials had planned a large celebration and set aside $5.6 million in toll money. funds were raised to are a fireworks show. they called the big bash which was expected to draw 200,000 people. the question remains now, where does all that money go. we're told contractors for the event will be played for the planning that was already done. the remaining money will go in the general fund. >> they are there. the commission allocated there, the contractor did a certain amount of work and we need to
figure that out and we'll move on from there. >> there is a possibility of a large public party in the future. it could be when the existing span is torn down or the bike path the is finished. 49 mission, 29 sunset and 48, 24th street. this means more buses will be running in july and august. city schools were on summer vacation. >> the time is 8:38. summer vacation coming to an end if it hasn't already. we have a little more summer weather coming towards us. >> we grew up in the bay area in the summertime. it was cool before going back to school. it was beautiful weather. >> it's always the indicate. >> -- case. >> at least it will be a warm to hot one. we could be tracking a few thunderstorms believe it or not over the next few days.
here's our live look at our camera in san francisco. it's partly cloudy skies, upper level moisture moving into the region. snapshot of your weekend is this. morning fog, partly sunny skies, tomorrow we're going to boost up those numbers, the warmest location will be in the upper 90s and it will be warmer and it will be warmer all weekend long. it's favoring the southern half of the bay area last check. current numbers you can see 60s, it's mild, concord livermore, san francisco downtown. we're looking out at the upper 50s, we're checking in h58 degrees. the overall weather pattern is changing. it's going to be drifting offshore over the next few days. today a little cooler, not much change from yesterday's highs
and then tomorrow this low backs off a little bit. we're going to warm things up for the second half of the weekend as we showed you, mid top upper 90s, inland. this will be the key to our forecast for monday, tuesday, wednesday, and it will draw up some of this moisture and this that could trigger a few isolated thunderstorms. this weekend no chance, today some patchy fog in the shoreline, partly sunny skies, you can see what's developing, this flow moving in from the south on monday and by monday morgue, this p activity chose enough to the pay area to warrant that, at least a slight chance for an isolated thunderstorm for monday and tuesday and wednesday as well. with a potential for lightning strikes, a fire weather watch being prepared, mopped through wednesday time, this is including the sierra. forecast highs for this afternoon. santa rosa 90 degrees p vallejo
mid-80s. it's on track to reach the low, possibly the mid-90s by this afternoon. freemont 80, and it's upper 60s, 69 degrees. tomorrow will be the hottest day of weekend. that's a chance of an isolated thunderstorm this weekend. three new animals have arrived where a lion killed a volunteer back in march. they showed the new tiger and leopard cub. in march a male lion killed this 24-year-old diana hanson. the animal slipped out of its cage while she was cleaning the enclosure. one of the tigers has been named diana in honor of the woman killed. they stripped down and bared it all across campus. >> a new landmark in the
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developing news in the south bay. the police same they're looking for two men involved in a home invasion robbery overnight. it happened shortly before 3 this morning. one person was inside the home at the time. he was not hurt. they testimony not find any suspects. the police activity we told you about in freemont is now clear. white crosses are marking the deaths of people crossing over the border from mexico. 14 people have died in the desert south of phoenix in june. extreme heat is a primary reason. they are used as landmarks, so people can give their location. >> they're on its way to the magic kingdom, a woman was hit and killed. the bus slammed into the back of it. more than 30 people were on the bus and two of them suffered
minor injuries. the woman was taken to the hospital where she was pronounced dead. disney released this statement, we offer our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of the driver who passed away. 31 people are dead and more than 170 others are missing after a ferry crashed and sank. it happened last night after a central port. the ferry was carrying 840 people including children and crew members. many were rescued after they jumped into the ocean. the republican party are threatening to shut out two organizations. the republican national committee voted to partner with or in the to partner rather with cnn or nbc on those debates. they want the networks to top plans to have programs about hillary clinton. they say they're political ads masked as political
entertainment. new this morning president obama praised california's effort to implement the affordable care act. >> if you're one of the 85% of americans who have insurance you have benefits of protections under this law that you didn't have before, free checkups mammograms and contraceptive care. in this morning's weekly address he talked about how the new health care law would help millions of americans. he said government legislators are working to help people promptly. competition and consumer choice are making insurance affordable. health officials in contra dos at that -- contra cost a county has scene more whooping cough. the last time it saw a spike was three years ago when 200 cases were reported.
by the end of that year 9,000 cases were reported. they're worried about another spike this year. >> we know people are out there that are sick. they can unknowingly spread it to a new born who can become very, very sick. >> they've seen a spike in cases in alameda county. the health department says right now, it's seeing fewer cases than it did at the same time last year. back to school events are happening all over the bay area today. backpacks will be given away. in oakland there will be a free school supply give away at the shilo church on school street and oakland city hall. the activities league is hoping its back to school contact mall. they'll be getting hands on free book at 11:00 a.m. 10,000 disney books will be
given away at public libraries, will of them, around the city. this is sponsored by the oakland school district. you can find which libraries are giving away free books. look at our website on the home page. a high school is trying to put an end of studentsing it a bit wild. students streak naked every spring. they say it's time to snap that streak and channel our energies in a more positive direction. >> it creates an unsafe learning environment. >> i don't know anybody who is bothered by it. >> students caught streaking face disciplinary action such as a suspension or conference with police. an iphone may have the same
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that includes the why few connection data usage and battery charging. hundreds of workers of aol patch websites, 500 people will be laid off. many of the 900 websites will be shut down or consolidated. we're minutes away from the implosion of a historic building in hayward. they've made sure that the area around there is clear. a ten-minute signer did go off. it looks like this is going to happen at 9:00 a.m. >> i know will crews were looking into the weather and see if fog was going to be a factor. it looks like blue skies there out in east bay. >> the fog right near the
immediate coastline. a few high clouds out to the mix, it won't play much of a role at all. our forecast, we have another warm to hot day away from the shoreline, low clouds, patchy fog. we have clearing over the golden gate bridge the next few days. it's right around the bay, partly sunny skies this morning. temperatures warm up nice lip this afternoon. 75 to 83. inland neighbors off to a mild start this morning. beautiful sunrise earlier today. once again upper 80s to lower 90s. these numbers this afternoon about the same as yesterday. it could be a touch cooler in a few spots. oakland mid-70s, a n pacific a 63. here's a look at your five-day forecast. it will be very hot inland, back up to the upper 90s, we do bring in a chance of isolated thunderstorm first thing monday
morning, a slight chance for tuesday and a chance by wednesday. we have a lot of details to warm up. no concern on the hot side. especially away from the coastline. >> all right. 8:55, the count down is on. we'll take you back outlive where that landmark building is about to go down the history book.
warning horn you heard? >> reporter: yeah, i actually didn't hear it. we were giving a high sign. it's not audible where we are. i'm actually looking over at brad wells. he's cfo for cal state east bay. he has been giving us a visual sign, if things are still going on track. he just raised his finger for the one-minute sign. so that means we are one minute out right now from the scheduled implosion here at warren hall. claudine was saying a minute ago, a lot of dynamite, 430 pounds of dynamite and high explosive called rdx, all set to bring down this 13-story building. those sirens have gone off, meaning the area has been cleared. there have been police officers in the area, making sure that there is no one in the area. if there is somebody found in that area, they will stop the process, clear the area, then restart the countdown. again, at this point, we're not getting that as the indication right now. we are about 25 seconds out right now from the scheduled implosion here at warren hall.
>> and it will happen quick. 7 to 14 seconds and this should be all done? >> reporter: the whole process should be 7 to 14 seconds. we are 10 seconds out. i'm going to -- [ explosions [ >> we can hear the explosions. [ explosions ] [ warning sirens ] >> 13 stories. opened back in 1971, tallest structure in heyward just until about 15 seconds ago. >> that was faster than 7 to 14. they were going to blow one side and let gravity do the rest. that's exactly what it looked like happened. >> reporter: yeah, you could see the blasts taking place and then the building hung there just for a moment. as you said, gravity really did the rest. there's a large crowd here. you might have been able to
hear some of the applause and cheers, as warren hall went down. now taking a look, you can see the big plume of dust. i was out here the other day talking with the head of facilities here at cal state university east bay. he said they did anticipate that there would be a dust cloud. they are, however, saying they don't think there will be any damage to any nearby buildings, which would be incredible. a very surgical strike using this explosive. in fact, the library is just across a small alleyway, probably no more than 50 feet away from where warren hall once stood. they are saying not only will the building not be nicked, i said what about the glass. will the glass survive the impact? they said it sure will. they said they know what they are doing. as the dust clears, we're starting to get our first look at the void, where warren hall once stood, the nearby library in the area, again, seems to be standing, intact. seems at this point that things went off without a hitch. we will, of course, continue to
monitor the situation out here and check to see if in fact everything did go off as planned. but at this point it, does appear that everything went down as planned here at warren hall. >> and how long before crews actually start going into where warren hall was and start looking around and pulling out the debris? >> reporter: well, that's one of the big projects, of course, getting in there. no word on exactly when they will go in. one of the first considerations, of course, is safety, for anybody involved. they will want to be sure that all of the explosives have in fact gone off. presumably, that will be one of the first things they do before they try to get into that area, is make sure that in fact all of the explosives used did go off, make sure the area is stable and secure and safe before they can get in and start the lengthy process of removing that, that debris. we can tell you that, you know, this may have taken just a few seconds, as we all saw, to come down. the big process, of course, is
the lead-up to it and all of the work that follows. they will have to do a lot of work hauling all that debris out. >> and 12,500 tons of it, the estimate of what it will be. i'm curious, did you feel the ground shaking? they said it would be like a 2.0 earthquake. we know the heyward fault is 2000 feet from that building. did it feel like a little bit of an earthquake? >> reporter: you know, subjectively, i wouldn't describe it as feeling like an earthquake. we definitely felt the concussion from the explosives used. that was the first thing that i noticed. i actually felt the concussion. i would say just a split second before i heard the sound, so it all came rushing through. we could definitely feel the vibrations from the sound. didn't necessarily feel the ground shake. i'm looking over at my photographer, ryan. he's saying he didn't feel the ground shake either. we both definitely did feel the concussion from the explosives used to bring down warren hall. >> and what about the usgs?
talking about earthquakes, they placed seismographic sensors and recorders out there, all because of the heyward fault. the building was so close to the heyward fault, just about 2000 feet away. what are those sensors and recorders, what are they looking to get out of those? >> really, what they explained was these sensors looked straight down at the vibrations in the ground. they say that if you have one sensor, you have sort of a beam looking straight down. if you have two, you have sort of a, you have sort of a plain. when the building goes off, they are hoping it will send a shock wave through the ground and with their net of 600 or so sensors, they are hoping to really develop a 3d map of the area here surrounding the heyward fault, so they get a sense on what the ground looks like, what kinds of materials are here, and that gives them a better sense of what would happen in a case of a major earthquake, where the shaking will be worse, where the shake will be a little better.
if we can come on back and take a look at our live picture now, you can see that the dust really has started to clear quite quickly, and you can see there's the void where warren hall once stood. it's a pretty incredible sight. it was a landmark here in the heyward area. and now, it is in the history books. >> and for those people who may be just tuning in now and saying, wait, we missed it, we've got it for you again. we're getting impressive feedback on our facebook page. looked like it happened just as planned. >> here we go. [ explosion ] >> reporter: sure did appear to go off without a hitch. [ explosion ] >> if you watch it again -- >> reporter: we have -- we have an opportunity right now, the president of the university is here, if we can talk to you just for a moment about your take on all of this, history in the making, and now warren hall
is history, so to speak. >> absolutely, yes. we were sorry to see the building go, but given the seismic challenges it was facing, we needed to take it down. we're really pleased that the improceedings went as planned. >> reporter: that was the big question. did everything go as planned? from our vantage point it, appeared everything went off without on hitch. >> yes, it did. it was supposed to tilt away from the library so it wouldn't hit, so whether it imploded it fell exactly as planned. it looks very good. >> reporter: what can we look forward for the rest of the day? when will crews get in and have a chance to start removing debris? >> i think they will begin today and they will be working today and tomorrow to remove the debris and clearing it away. they probably won't have all of it cleared out, but they will have enough so we can reopen the campus at 6:00 a.m. on monday. >> reporter: that's an important note, that cal state university east bay still closed down. people may think that because the implosion is over, that they can come back onto the campus, but that is not the case. this is still a secured area. >> right, absolutely. it is a secured area.
we cannot have people come back on because of the demolition that has occurred, as well as the construction crews that will come on. >> reporter: if we could just talk for a moment about the feel of all of this, really, there was -- i'm sure you had offices there. i've talked to many students who had classes in warren hall. it's sort of the end of an era so to speak. how are you feeling at this time? >> a little bittersweet, as you're suggesting, because the building did mean a lot to the campus. it was an iconic structure. you could see it across the bay area. now you won't have that visual focal point for the university. we hope to build something else there, put a monument or some iconic structure there. >> reporter: sounds great. thank you for joining us. we'll take one more look at the void, where warren hall once stood. really, again, guys, pretty miraculous that this building seems to have gone down without a hitch. again, you had heard it there, that the building was designed, the explosives were designed to settle off, set the building off to one side, then have it settle down and then they say
it appears that is exactly what happened, that the implosion went off, the building leaned away from that library that i had been talking about earlier, where they say they don't even expect a nick on the library, no blown-out windows. they say it seems everything went off text book and that crews could very well begin the process of removing that debris as early as today. >> and i know we have another look at this from a different angle. i think i saw there as the dust started to blow out of there, some of the rubble. i don't know if we still have that shot. i guess we don't. you can see all the reinforced concrete walls, now down. about 12,000 tons? >> yes. they actually said -- there was a quote from the company in charge of this from maryland, who has been doing this for 65 years. they said they do not expect the debris field to be any further than 35 feet away from the foundation. you can see a little part of that building through the trees there, which is pretty incredible. and the precision of the science, they said this is very predictable and very safe. i just got something on
facebook from one of our viewers, pam nolan, who lives in alameda. she said when she watched it here on ktvu, then two seconds later could hear the explosions, kind of a delayed sound. there's the other picture you're talking about, the rebar, steel and concrete and what is left of this warren building, historic building and an historic day as this chapter ends for that building because it was seismically unsafe and they just couldn't have it there anymore. >> warren hall, named after mr. eguy warren, 1957, persuaded state leaders to open the state campus in heyward. that campus is closed now and is scheduled to reopen at 6:00 a.m. monday. quite the impressive sight here, as you watch live on mornings on 2. we'll get back to christian kafton in a bit as he gathers more reaction from folks at the cal state east bay campus. early this morning, law enforcement in solano county arrested a fugitive who they say tried to ram police cars in a daring attempt to escape. vallejo police responded to a report of gunfire at 2:30 this
morning on the 400 block of top sail drive. officers spotted two people leaving that scene with the suspect lloyd harris behind the wheel. police say the chase went on to interstate 80 and at times, the suspect was driving against traffic and even tried to ram police cars on two separate occasions. investigators eventually tracked down the two suspects. harris was caught by some police dogs. he was wanted on drug charges. the passenger, jennifer crackle, was also arrested. forecast looking nice. fog near the immediate coastline. it will continue to feel muggy out there. that's the camera perspective on the satellite. we do have high clouds streaming in, favoring the southern half of the region, south of golden gate bridge. as far as current numbers, updated for the 9:00 hour, we
are warming up. fairfield, 69 degrees right now. san jose, 64. san francisco, 60. and our friends in santa rosa reporting 63 degrees at last check. changing weather pattern this weekend as this area of high pressure backs off just a little bit. we're watching this guy over the next few days. today, partly sunny, humid, about the same as yesterday temperature wise. could be a little cooler. this system backs off a little bit on sunday, as this high builds back in. so with that, the key headline for tomorrow, it will be warmer. tomorrow, easily the hottest day of the weekend. that means mid to upper 90s well inland. as far as the circulation, it's going to trigger a few isolated thunderstorms. not for this weekend. look what happens. we'll take this into late sunday, into monday. you see the overall flow moving in from the south. here's what happens first thing monday morning. shower activity to our south, close enough to warrant at least a chance of an isolated thunderstorm on monday and still the flow moving into the region by monday afternoon. a slight chance on tuesday. then once again, into
wednesday, we'll keep an eye on the monday through wednesday timeframe, especially with fire danger. of course thunderstorms and lightning strikes will produce, possibly produce fires. as a result, a fire weather watch kicks in for parts of northern california from monday through wednesday. basically closest spot will be lake county. this could be expanded. we'll be watching out for that over the next few days. temperatures this afternoon, not a big change from yesterday. santa rosa will go with 90 degrees. san francisco, 69. right around the rim of the bay, 70s and pacifica, patchy fog this morning, dense fog this morning, 63 degrees later on this afternoon. san jose, 82. still lower 90s inland, toward pleasanton, livermore, gilroy. santa cruz, of course, warming up into the lower 80s, warmest locations near the immediate shoreline, around the santa cruz area. here is a look ahead. five-day forecast with the weekend always in view, temperatures, there's a temperature bump for the second half of the weekend. it will be humid all weekend long. there we go, with a chance of
an isolated thunderstorm on monday, slight chance on tuesday. then once again, a chance of a thunderstorm on wednesday. we'll iron out the details over the next few days for monday through wednesday timeframe. this weekend, it will be warm and muggy. . new this morning, a statewide amber alert for two young children from nevada has now been canceled, after they were found safe in sacramento. the amber alert was issued last night for 9-year-old lily ramirez and her 3-year-old brother, martin rosales. they were both in the custody of child protective services when they went missing. police say their parents violated a court order and took the children out of nevada on wednesday. oakland police are investigating a shooting that left two people dead and two others injured. it happened just after 11:00 last night on the 105th avenue and knight street, right across from the aspire lionel wilson college preparatory. our crews saw multiple units responding to the scene of a number of bystanders watching on. one person died at the scene. the other died later at the hospital. police have not released a lot of information on the victims, but they do know that they are
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. good saturday morning. time now, 9:16. this camera shows the weather story. it's beautiful here. low clouds, dense fog hugging the coastline. coming up for the hottest day of the weekend. more than 1600 families are under evacuation orders in sun valley, idaho as a wildfire continues to burn closer to their homes. residents say the smoke from this fire has been unbearable and it could get even worse today, with more strong, gusty winds in the forecast. the fire has burned 64,000 acres of land so far and is 6% contained. there are more than a thousand firefighters battling the flames. >> we didn't have the rainfall last fall, nor the snow pack last winter that we would have liked to have had. >> sun valley is an affluent vacation area that is quite popular with celebrities, such
as former california governor arnold schwarzenegger and actor tom hanks. managers at the sun valley ski resort say they have turned on water cannons that are normally used for snow-making in the case the fire threatens some mountain top lodges. next week, threetown hall meetings will be held to talk recent cuts to fire services. pittsburg, lafayette and clayton have all been affected by fire station closures and reduced fire services because of budget cuts. consultants were hired to give feedback at the meetings. authorities in contra costa county spent hours overnight investigating the circumstances of a hit and run that led to a police shooting. we want to show you this map which shows where both incidents happened. the hit and run happened in oakland on the west side of the caldecott tunnel. investigators say the entire episode began when a car hit a
motorcycle around 3:40 yesterday afternoon. the motorcyclist was hurt in that crash and the bike caught fire and that tied up the evening commute on highway 24. then later, a chp officer spotted a car matching the description of the one in the hit and run on wilder road, which is on the other side of the caldecott tunnel. investigators say there was some type of altercation that caused the officer to shoot the male driver. >> it's unfortunate this happened here, and it's, it's a really sad incident. it's pretty quiet and peaceful here, completely. very shocking something like this happened here. >> the hit and run suspect was taken to john mere medical center. the motorcyclist was treated at highland hospital. there is now a joint investigation with the highway patrol, the contra costa county sheriff's office and the district attorney's office. now to our continuing coverage of the crisis in egypt, a government spokesman announced this morning that egyptian authorities are considering outlawing the muslim brotherhood. cell phone video inside a mosque shows a stand-off
continuing at this hour between hundreds of brotherhood members and military troops. the brotherhood held what it called a day of rage yesterday to protest the recent military cowx. taliban militants armed with rocket-propelled grenades atact a camp in the western part of the country. nine contractors and a policeman were killed. in southern afghanistan, a roadside bomb killed five members of the same family. victims included women and children. iraq's foreign minister is in washington this weekend, asking the u.s. for aid. the request comes after a resurgence of violence without a major american presence, iraqi officials say al-qaeda has been quickly building up its forces. just last month, terror attacks killed more than a thousand people. for the first time in more than a year, california's unemployment rate is on the rise. the statewide unemployment rate increased to 8.7%, which is up
0.2%. even though the percent increased, numbers show companies added more than 38,000 jobs last month. looking at the bay area, all nine counties are doing much better than the state. july's unemployment rate ranged from 5.8% in solano county to a low of 3% in the marin area. the average is almost 2 points lower than the state average. organizers say this weekend's gay pride festival in san jose should be one of the biggest and most memorable ever. that two-day event begins at 11:00 this morning in discovery meadow park in downtown san jose this. year, couples can get married at the festival. there will be a matrimonial grove featuring a wedding chapel. this year's theme? strength and diversity. to the golden ticket many 49er fans are hoping to win. more on the new contest that's a take from the movie willy wonka and the chocolate factory. >> and a reality show made popular back in the 1990s is making its return to san
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. the mtv reality series the real world is coming back to san francisco. this is video from the show from 1994. this time around, most of the filming is expected to happen near polk and sutter. this will be the show's 29th season. filming begins in the next couple of weeks. the show will air on mtv next year. well, it's an important day in the battle for america's cup. the finals begin in the challenger series. the heavy favorite? emirates team new zealand squares off against luna rossa of italy. the first at 1:10, and the second an hour later. the first team to win seven
races advances to the america's cup to face defending champion oracle usa in september. in just about an hour from now, the friends of faith walk gets under way at lake merritt. you are looking at video of last year's event. the 9th annual 5k walk is a fund-raiser for uninsured and underinsured women undergoing breast cancer treatment. also another walk going on in the marin headlands, oakland a's playing, pride weekend in san jose. mark, a lot going on, although it does feel a little muggy out there. >> yeah, kind of the humid conditions moving into the region from the south. weather will be just fine this weekend. could be on the hot side tomorrow. as mike mentioned, we do have high clouds streaming in from the south. those high clouds will continue to be a part of the forecast for today and for the early portion of probably sunday as well. right now on live storm tracker 2, this happens to be the loop over the past two hours. you can see clouds streaming in, favoring the southern half of the region. so with that, we have more clear skies up in sonoma county, but then the high
clouds still moving into santa clara county. current numbers, upper 50s in half moon bay. oakland, 63. upper 60s out toward livermore and fairfield at last check. so the overall weather pattern, once again, this area of low pressure developing offshore. that will be the key in our forecast over the next few days. in fact, today, a little cooler in a few spots, but still warm to hot inland. the low backs off a little tomorrow, allowing warmer air to move in. tomorrow, easily the hottest day of the weekend. for the coast, low clouds this morning, patchy fog this afternoon. right around the bay, more sunshine. high clouds drifting into the region. inland neighborhoods on the hot side, upper 80s, lower 90s. 92 in livermore. antioch, 93. oakland, mid-70s. a look ahead at temperatures spiking for sunday. there is a chance of a thunderstorm for monday, right on through wednesday. pepsi is taking inspiration from willy wonka with a new campaign aimed at 49er fans. from now until october 5th, fans can find special cans in
pepsi and diet pepsi packs. there are only 49 of these gold cans. the packs are only sold in northern california stores. you can cash them in for things such as vip tailgates, behind the scenes tours and opportunities to meet current, as well as former 49ers. time now, 9:26. new questions surrounding the new span of the bay bridge. the demand for answers surrounding a canceled celebration and where the money for that event may be going. >> the east bay skyline looks completely different. warren hall on the cal state university east bay campus is now history. we'll tell you how experts say it went down perfectly.
[ explosions ] and there you see it coming down. 40-plus years of history at heyward, wiped out in just seconds, as the implosion of warren hall on the campus of cal state east bay goes off without a hitch. good morning. it's saturday, august 17th. i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm mike mibach. 30 minutes ago, live on ktvu, we watched the landmark building come crashing down. it took 13 seconds to bring down the 13-story building. christien kafton, definitely in sight and earshot, how did it look from your spot?
>> reporter: it was pretty incredible. this is my second implosion. this was definitely the more impressive of the two. i really felt the concussions from where i was, a little closer, a little more than 1400 feet away. you can see the demo, as you said, took place half hour ago. you can see obviously no warren hall. even the dust cloud is now gone. let's go ahead and show you what that looked like. it took 13 seconds. let's roll it right now. [ explosions ] >> reporter: a series of explosions and then a rumble, as warren hall, 41 years of history, came down in just 13 seconds. we talked earlier with cal state university east bay president leroy maurice. he said he has heard from the
demolitions crew that everything went off exactly as planned. that's exactly the news they were looking for. there's a nearby library building. they said that as the building started to settle, they had it so it would settle away from the library. it seems to have done exactly that. we haven't had a chance to get too close, but from our vantage point, we haven't seen any damage to the nearby buildings. we can also tell you that some of the curious onlookers here said it was absolutely spectacular. they said it absolutely delivered what they were hoping. they said they could feel the concussions, just like i felt. they did not feel the ground vibrate, but again, those vibrations certainly what the usgs was hoping to focus in on. just a minute ago, i spoke with a representative from the usgs. he said the data from the seismometers they placed in the area will take them months to sift through that data and figure out exactly what happened out here. they do say, though, that this event should have registered on
the usgs site, so we are going to be checking out that in a few minutes to see if in fact this did show up on the usgs site. one of the big things they are looking at, they want to figure out what the ground is like in the area. they are using the vibrations from the collapse of warren hall surrounding the heyward fault. that data is months away. coming back to our live shot, taking a look, you can see just a little bit of warren hall sticking up there, leaning, again, away from the library. we are hearing, again, from university president leroy maurice that crews could get in there as early as today to begin the process of clearing away what is left of warren hall. we will continue to monitor the situation out here. certainly a very exciting morning here on the cal state university of east bay campus. a lot of excitement out here. fans in the area, again, say
this absolutely delivered. christien kafton, ktvu. >> thanks, christien kafton. cal state east bay coupled pictures of onlookers at the kmart parking lot, in a special area set up for the public to catch a glimpse of the demolition. campus is scheduled to reopen 6:00 a.m. on monday. there are new questions about the opening of the new bay bridge. we want to show you a live picture this morning. there's the new bridge and the old bridge, side by side. now, work on the new span will continue through september 3rd, when it is scheduled to officially open. now, officials had originally planned a very large celebration that actually set aside $5.6 million in toll money to pay for that public event. then private funds were also raised for a fireworks show. but now, with a tight deadline, organizers have canceled the big bash, which was expected to draw some 200,000 people. so the question now is where does the money go? we're told contractors for the
event will still get paid for planning that's already been done. then the remaining money is going to go into the general fund. >> they are there. the commission made a decision to allocate them. we have a contract with a contractor. that contractor did a certain amount of work. we need to go through and figure it all out and we'll move on from there. >> there is still the possibility there will be some kind of large public party in the future. a celebration could be held once the bike path on the bay bridge is finished or when the existing span is torn down. parole has been revoked for a man considered a person of interest in the death of sandra coke. a federal investigator from oakland. 56-year-old randy alana violated parole by contacting coke, failing to charge his gps monitor, and resisting arrest. alana is a convicted sex offender who briefly dated coke 20 years ago. he was arrested for parole violation on august 6th, two days after coke was reported missing. her body was found last week in vacaville. police say they are still
investigating and no charges have been filed. a baby shot and killed last week in oakland has been laid to rest. yesterday, a funeral was held for a 16-month-old drew jackson. oakland mayor jean quan was among those attending services. baby drew and his father, 20- year-old andrew thomas, were shot to death as they slept at a relative's home in east oakland. so far, no arrests have been made in the case. $30,000 reward is being offered. prosecutors in contra costa county have filed additional child molestation charges against the concord teacher. the da's office says two more young people have come forward leading to 17 additional charges against this man, 45- year-old joseph andrew martin. he now faces a total of 109 charges. martin taught fifth grade. he had been at woodside elementary since 1991. martin was arrested in april and has pled not guilty. he faces life in prison, if convicted. closing arguments in the joseph naso murder trial will continue on monday morning.
the accused serial killer told the jury the prosecution's case is weak and circumstantial. 79-year-old naso is representing himself and is charged with killing four northern california women in the '70s and '90s. yesterday, in a marin county courtroom, for about five hours the former free-lance photographer told the jury stories, talked about the victims, how he knew them, but he said he never killed them. several times, naso did have to be admonished by the judge for discussing evidence that was never mentioned during the trial. >> mr. naso, dumb as a fox, what he's trying to do in his closing argument is testify. what he's doing now is trying to introduce evidence that was not brought in during the trial in his closing argument. you could tell the judge was losing patience with him. >> naso's closing argument is scheduled to continue monday morning at 9:00 a.m. as we approach labor day weekend, expect to see more sobriety check points. several cities, including san francisco and vallejo are holding dui check points tonight. san rafael had one last night. about a third of all traffic
deaths are alcohol-related, while on average police say more than a hundred people are killed on labor day weekend each year due to drunk driving. >> the dui check point is a very effective way to publicize the dangers of dui drivers and bring awaress to the problem. we're hoping people drive through here, read the pamphlet we give them. >> police say in a typical check point, they will stop about 1500 cars and arrest two to three people on dui charges. the message, they say, is to make people think twice before driving drunk. right here in the bay area, there are some big changes at the intersection of broadway and telegraph in oakland. a new pedestrian plaza is now open in historic latham square. it converts telegraph avenue, south of 16th street, to a pedestrian-only space with plenty of places for people to sit and enjoy the sights of the city. the plan is to keep the area pedestrian-only for at least the next six months. well, it's the last weekend people will be able to enjoy the amusement park on the peninsula.
after almost 35 years, the malibu grand prix in redwood city is set to close for good tomorrow. owners say the park just wasn't making enough money to stay open. people have been going there for miniature golf, go carts, batting pages and arcades since 1979. >> it was here before i got married and this is my grandchild here. how many years have been been going here? >> the doors are set to close at 8:00 tomorrow night. and a nice weekend for all the outdoor activities, except right in the immediate shoreline. definitely want to bundle up, with patchy fog nearby. san francisco camera shows two layers of cloud cover. the lower clouds here, and high clouds moving in from the south. that's why it has been feeling a bit muggy out there and that pattern will continue through the weekend. latest on the maps, you can see on live storm tracker 2, the live satellite loop. you can see the high clouds favoring the southern half of the way area, moving south to north. current temperatures are warming up.
you can see fran, 60 degrees. santa rosa, 63. mid to upper 60s toward fairfield, concord, livermore. san jose right now checking in at 64. the overall weather pattern is kind of an interesting one developing for the weekend. this area of low pressure remains offshore. today will be a little bit cooler, but not much change from yesterday. we're still thinking lower 90s inland. into your sunday, this area of low pressure backs off and the heat work its way back in. tomorrow, easily the warmest day of the weekend. that will translate to mid to upper 90s. also this southerly flow will transport some moisture into the bay area by monday and as a result, we could be talking about the chance of an isolated thunderstorm. not this weekend. we'll fast forward into sunday and notice the overall flow. high clouds, even a few showers develop right around lake tahoe. you'll see lots of high clouds moving in monday afternoon. some showers to our south, close enough to the bay area that we do have to bring in the chance of an isolated
thunderstorm on monday, and a slight chance on tuesday and a chance on wednesday. the monday through wednesday timeframe, we'll have to keep an eye on thunderstorm chances and also this. fire danger, fair danger will be on the increase. as a result, fire weather watch kicking in for the northern california mountains, including the sierra. there is a chance it could include parts of the bay area as we approach monday. nothing issued yet, but something we'll be watching for the timeframe. forecast highs this afternoon, 64 degrees. santa rosa at 90. napa, upper 80s at 89. temperatures will check in about 3:00 this afternoon. oakland, mid-70s. over the hills, lower 90s toward antioch and brentwood. san jose, partly sunny skies once again and muggy, 82 degrees. cupertino, same deal, lower 80s. san francisco, clouds in the morning, partly sunny this afternoon, upper 60s. looking ahead, tomorrow easily a big bump in the numbers. warmest locations, upper 90s. there is a chance of an isolated thunderstorm on monday, slight chance on tuesday, and once again, chance of a thunderstorm on wednesday. we'll be watching for the changing weather pattern in the
long range. . as students head back to school, health officials in contra costa county are worried about whooping cough. this year, contra costa county has seen 50 cases of whooping cough. that's double from last year. the last time the county saw a spike was three years ago when 200 cases were reported. by the end of that year, there were 9000 cases statewide. health officials are worried there could be another spike this year. >> we do know there are people out there who are sick and don't get diagnosed. they can unknowingly spread it to a newborn who can become very, very sick. >> marin county is also seeing a spike in cases. however, in alameda county, the health department is seeing fewer cases than it did at this time last year. today, free backpacks and school supplies will be given away at two back-to-school events in oakland. the first one started just about 40 minutes ago at oakland city hall. today, the shiloh church will also host a back-to-school event. that one starts in a little over an hour, at 11:00 in the
church parking lot. there will be food, music and give-aways at both events. similar back-to-school events are happening all over the bay area today. in san francisco, thousands of free school supplies and uniforms will be given away at the youngblood komen park in the bayview. today and tomorrow, the richmond police activity league is hosting its first back-to- school carnival at the hilltop mall. and at ktvu.com, you can click on our back-to-school tab to find school start dates and tips on back-to-school savings. a surprise for some cal football fans. more on the new starter for this upcoming season. the connection to marin, and how the decision is making history. >> and california is being praised by the president. what he is saying about the implementation of the affordable care act. >> but first, here's a live look outside for you. that is the sunol grade. looking fantastic on this saturday morning. no major incidents really to report across the bay area roadways. time now, 9:43. you're watching mornings on 2. ♪
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. good saturday morning. a neat shock looking out towards san jose. high clouds definitely moving into the region. this afternoon, san jose, partly sunny, forecast high in the low 80s. the curiosity rover has captured new video from mars, showing two moons of mars passing each other. the larger moon is seen moving in front of the smaller moon. astronomers say images will help researchers make more precise measurements of the two moons' orbits. political leaders from california and nevada are headed to the sierra community for the 17th annual tahoe summit. former vice president al gore is scheduled to give the keynote speech monday at nevada's sand harbor state
park. one issue up for discussion will be finding private money to supplement restoration projects. the summit follows some tension between california and nevada about how to balance lakeside development with environmental protections. a 12-year-old girl in michigan is recovering this morning from a bear attack. abigail weatherall was attacked thursday night while running on her grandfather's property in wexford county in northern michigan. authorities say abigail tried to outrun the black bear, but it eventually knocked her down. she suffered some deep cuts and puncture wounds on her thigh, but she is expected to recover. >> a neighbor heard her screaming and came out, hollering themselves. that's when the bear took off. >> neighbors say black bears are not unusual in the area, but it is unusual, they say, for them to attack people. wildlife officials have set traps in that area to try to catch that particular bear. three new animals have arrived at a fresno county wildlife park, where a lion march. a volunteer back in
wildlife officials posted these photos on their facebook page showing the new tiger and leopard cubs. in march, a male lion killed 24- year-old diane hanson. investigators think the animal slipped out of its cage while she was cleaning an outdoor lion's enclosure at the time. one of the tigers at the park have been named diana in honor of the woman killed. more than 170 people are missing after a ferry crashed into a cargo ship and sank near a central philippine port. the ferry was sank. a disney shuttle bus on its way to the park hit a car. a woman's car was stopped in the middle of the road yesterday afternoon and the bus slammed into the back of it. more than 30 people were on board the bus and two suffered minor injuries. the woman was taken to the hospital where she was
pronounced dead. disney released a statement saying we offer heart felt condolences to the family and friends of the driver who passed away. there is a new warning about brightly colored laundry detergent packets after a baby died from eating one. the medical examiner has not determined if the 7-month-old baby choked on the pod or if he was poisoned by the liquid detergent. officials say this is likely the first death linked to the laundry detergent packets. so far this year, about 5700 children age five or younger have been sickened by eating laundry detergent packets. if you own a chevy cruze, general motors is recalling nearly 293,000 of the compact cars because the power-assisted brakes can fail. it affects 2011 and 2012 model years that have 1.4-liter turbo charged engines. it also affects the 60/40 six- speed automatic transmission models. it's the eighth recall for the car since it was introduced back in 2010. new this morning, president
obama praised california's effort to implement the affordable care act. >> if you're one of the 85% of americans who already have insurance, you've already got new benefits and protections under this law that you didn't have before. free checkups, mammograms, contraceptive care. >> in this morning's weekly address, the president talked about how the new health care law would help millions of americans. he says in states where governors, legislators and insurance companies are working together to implement the law properly, such as california, new york and colorado, competition and consumer choice are making insurance affordable. well, the republican party is threatening to shut out two major news organizations from the 2016 gop presidential primary debates. the republican national committee unanimously voted not to partner with nbc or cnn on those debates. the rnc wants the networks to drop plans to produce programs about hillary clinton. the rnc calls the programs
political ads masked as unbiased entertainment. the two media outlets say the shows will not affect their news coverage of clinton's potential white house run. it has not happened at cal since at least world war ii. the freshman who led the marin catholic wildcats last year has been tapped as the starting quarterback for cal. he will lead the golden bears in the first game of the year against northwestern at the end of the month. the city of santa rosa has announced it is going to skip out on next year's amgen tour. the city says the lack of donations for the event is a big reason why they will take a break. the race has gone through the area seven of the past eight years. the city says the race also generated an estimated $20 million in economic activity for the entire region. santa rosa is the second city to announce it will not pursue next year's race. last month, the city of livermore also announced it's going to skip out. well, looking for something to do with the family for free? coming up in four minutes, how
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. 9:53 on the clock. following top stories this morning -- [ explosion ] >> you saw it live right here on ktvu, a four-decade-plus old building came crashing down at cal state east bay. administrators say they are pleased as the implosion of warren hall went off without a hitch. as a precaution, the school will remain closed until monday morning at 6:00 a.m. shots fired overnight in oakland, killing two people, on 105th avenue and knight street across from aspire lionel wilson college prep. in arrests were made. a little more than an hour from now, it will be the start of the san jose gay pride
festival. this year, couples can get married. there will be a matrimonial grove, featuring a wedding chapel. we are now hearing from the california teacher who helped rescue a woman bitten by a shark off the shores of maui. 57-year-old rick moore of orange county says he jumped into action when he heard a snorkler scream. the shark had attacked a 20- year-old german tourist off the coast. moore says he swam to the badly bleeding woman, helped her into a kayak, then got her to shore. the woman did survive the attack, but lost her arm. >> she was in and out of consciousness, saying words, i'm dying, i'm going to die. i kept saying, no, you're not! we're going to get you to shore. we're going to save you. >> the woman remains in critical condition. wednesday's attack was the fifth shark attack off the shores of maui in recent months. a peninsula high school is trying to put an end to students going a bit wild. it has become a bit of a
tradition at palo alto high school. students streak naked. administrators say it's time to stop the streak and channel energies into a better direction. >> it creates an emotionally unsafe learning environment. >> i don't know anyone bothered or disturbed by it. >> the school principal sent the letter home to each student, warning that students caught streaking face disciplinary action, such as suspension. it is time for ticket saturday. today you have a chance to win a family four-pack of tickets to the ringling bros. and barnum bailey circus at oracle arena. for your chance to win, go to ktvu.com before midnight and put in the secret word "marvel." it may be a great day to head on outside and enjoy the great weather.
let's check in with mark for a last look at your forecast. >> yeah, sure. we have dense fog hugging the coastline. here's the key change. high clouds moving in from the south. with that, almost added dimension to the skies. no thunderstorms to worry about this weekend, but i guess i'm hinting we may have thunderstorms to worry about as we head into monday. tomorrow, you'll see high clouds moving in from the south. look what happens monday morning. shower activity, close enough to the bay area to trigger at least a slight chance of a thunderstorm. that is for monday. definitely high clouds and could remain a little unsettled for tuesday and wednesday. key for today, though, patchy fog for the coast, warm numbers inland, towards santa rosa, fairfield, antioch, brentwood. san francisco will go with 69 degrees. san jose in the lower 80s. morgan hill, 92. looking ahead at your five-day forecast with your weekend always in view, tomorrow, definitely the warmest of the weekend days. that means warmest locations inland. we'll go upper 90s. there we go with the thunderstorm chances, at least isolated thunderstorm, a chance on monday, slight chance on tuesday, maybe again on
wednesday. we'll have to keep an eye on the fire danger. already, lots of reports of very neat skies out there with high clouds moving in. stepping outside the building, look up and you'll see the clouds out there. >> should be a beautiful sunset tonight, too. thanks, mark. that is our report for this morning. we appreciate you making ktvu your choice for news. >> tonight at 6:00 tonight, we'll have reaction from people who watched the warren hall implosion. for now, we want to give you one last look of the building going down. [ explosion ]