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. >> the pressure is on to avoid a bart strike. today they may reach a deal. >> why lawmakers are headed to capitol hill this will morning and what they're expected to vote on. >> thousands of pounds of chicken being recalled. why the usda is calling it a class 1 hazard situation. mornings on 2 starts now. . good morning, everyone. welcome to mornings on 2.
>> let's check in with rosemary to see how the weekend is shaping up. >> good morning to you. we're waking up with clouds and fog once again. it's not as widespread when it comes to the clouds. we have patchy dense thick fog over petaluma, we'll have mostly sunny skies and it warms just a tad. i'll have a look at the forecast for today and extended forecast coming up. our continuing coverage of the bart dispute. it's a critical day for negotiations. they'll go on strike if they do not reach a deal by midnight. >> reporter: 9:30 this morning that's when bart and the union are expected to be back at the
bargaining table. they're wondering if come monday morning they'll need to find another way to get to work. the deadline to avoid a strike is midnight tomorrow, 11 p.m., both bart and the unions are under pressure from the public and politicians to get a deal done when bart workers went on strike for four days. last night's bargaining session wrapped up at 10:00. the general manager met with union leaders all day yesterday. we were told she'll be at this morning's meeting and her presence is helping it along. >> they're telling us their concerns. it's been positive. >> we're bargaining and it's something both sides have wanted. i think the next day or so will tell. the good news is there's serious discussion and real bargaining going on. >> bart and its union workers
are at odds on how much should be contributed to their health care and pen fit costs. benefit costs. . >> it appears many bart passengers prepared for a possible strike and made alternate plans yesterday. it was down 20,000 passengers compared to recent fridays. stay with ktvu for continuing coverage. as tomorrow's deadline nears we'll volume the updated information for the talk on air and on our website and on twitter and facebook. a recall of 20,000 pounds of chicken products. most of the products include
foster farms rotisserie chicken and chicken soup. they were sold at the store october 23rd. the use of the product can cause serious illness or death. in a rare saturday senate meeting, they're scheduled to vote on a democratic bill to raise the debt ceiling through the end of next year. republicans are poised to reject the measure as they've come up with a budget plan that raise the debt ceiling through january. and this has to do with the affordable care act. >> let's put this historical talk behind us and find solutions to the problems. >> if we allow the united states to default on its debt,
it will be a black mark on our reputation and that will be a black mark on our history and that's a gross understatement. >> president obama and house speaker vowed to keep working this weekend to reach an agreement. several states are concerned and certain parks will pay $61,000 to fund park serviceperson he will so the statue of liberty can open. and south dakota and corporate donors have worked out a deal with the national park service to reopen mount rushmore beginning on monday. several charges this man is facing, this 24-year-old
sackery cats was booked into jail and has been leased after posting $250,000 in jail. he was drunk and driving northbound in a southbound lane of highway 101 when he slammed into a taxi last saturday morning. a 62-year-old passenger was ejected and died. he's scheduled to appear in court last month. he was charged with vehicular reckless and other charges. . it is believed to be the first city sanctioned event of its kind and comes as a state of sexual assault cases is under way. one student says she was sexually assaulted to a man who had ties to uc berkeley and wants to help others. >> she told me in the end there was nothing that the university could do. >> a lot of sexual assaults that occur are acquaintance
assaults. it's people you know. >> organizers hope that the workshops will be the first of events to prevent sexual events on and off campus. there will be workshops on rape myths reporting and survivor support. >> they claim rangers have been harassing the homeless. 30 advocates held it to san francisco. they said rangers have kicked and harassed homeless people well evicting them from the park. >> i woke up to the two rangers kicking me up, dumping me out of my sleeping bag, kicking me until the head. >> it comes as the board of supervisors considers legislation that would close the park between midnight and
9:00 a.m., it's illegal to camp there. the funds will be used to provide housing to 20 chronically homeless people. the program will target men and women who have prior arrests and are at risk of reoffending and who significantly impact public resources. the funds will be used to hire a case manager to oversee the programs. >> it feels like summer, let's go to rosemary and see if it will warm up any time soon. look at the temps behind you. we're in the 40s and many cases inland east bay we're waking up in the 40s. it's a blue sky and a few clouds there. the low clouds again not as widespread this morning. i'll show you the footprint on that in just a moment. we're waking up with patchy dense fog for some.
this is the stretch from petaluma, just inside the east bay, 39 in nevada right now, and that looks be the chilly spot on this map t as we shift east 40s, had 46 in lafayette. without the low clouds we are chillier than we were yesterday morning. it will be a cooler start outside your door. here is a look at some of the cloud i'm seeing here. in santa rosa we had patchy fog, the dense fog, and the low clouds are hugging the coast, and getting into the east bay to richmond, you can see from freemont and stretching across the peninsula mountain view reporting clouds as well. these will burn off, we'll see sunny skies for the afternoon.
temperatures will be slightly warmer in some areas. this will make a similar trek to what we've seen recently. this will not bring us any rain. we could see a few showers into the sierra, if this is your plan for the weekend. outside of that we're looking at mostly sunny skies and temperatures on the mild side, below average for this time of year. 65 sausalito, the temperatures are like yesterday. 65 in oakland, 75 for pleasant ton and livermore. you're looking at 71 san jose. 70 degrees for sunnyvale, 69 san mateo and 64 stand fran. your extended forecast for your weekend in view. notice we begin with more of a warming trend as we get into the second half of the weekend and it lasts into midweek wednesday with temperatures in the upper 70s to low 80s.
upper 60s to low 70 degrees. i'll have a look at your lunchtime numbers coming up. today the san francisco 49ers will induct john mikvah into the hall of fame. he joined the team as director of player personnel. he served as vice president and general manager before retiring. he spent 21 seasons with the franchise. he'll be recognized at halftime at candlestick park against the orioles. the team boarded a flight yesterday, destination, china. it is part of the nba's global games to promote the league worldwide. they'll promote the los angeles lakers and the second one on friday in shanghai. >> the most important thing is to show these people respect. go there and play as hard as you can and show them what we're trying to accomplish here
with the warriors. >> they say china is an important market, the team has launched a couple of language website to attract more fans and they'll tour the great wall. new charges will be charged in the two-year-old boy. what we're learning about the killing of the son of adrian peterson. >> a ban has been put on the popular game during recess. >> first let's take you outside. it looks a little chilly out there. traffic moves along on the bridge both sides in both directions. we'll keep our eye on the road all saturday mornin
. rise and shine, good morning to you, the official sunrise upon us, 7:15 for the bay area. you can see mostly sunny skies over mount diablo. a community is mourning the loss of a two-year-old son of adrian peterson. [ singing ] last night a vigil was held to honor the toddler's life. the boy was allegedly beaten to death by his mother's boyfriend. they're considering new charges against the suspect, casey reports. >> reporter: a two-year-old boy reportedly a son of running back adrian peterson has died in a hospital in south dakota and a boyfriend of the child's mother is under arrest.
police responded to the emergency wednesday night. >> it was a call of a child who was choking. the child was unresponsive. he was taken to a hospital for treatment. once he was at the hospital, the medical examiners found that he had some injuries that were not consistent with being accidental, but they were actually consistent with being abused. police arrested joseph peterson described as the boyfriend of the child's mother and charged him with aggravated bat i are -- battery and assault before the child died. they confirmed the boy was the mvp's son. the relationship with the boy and his mother is unclear. peterson was absent from the practice on friday dealing with undisclosed matter. >> this is a private matter, and i'm going to ask you employees just respect my
privacy. >> reporter: peterson says he'll play in the vikings game on saturday. >> the man in custody is being held on $750,000 bond and more charges are expected now that the boy has died. >> an amber alert has been issued for nineteen age boys who went missing from a ranch for troubled youth. they tried to serve two warrants at the ranch and main ranch. there was no sign of anyone on the 30,000 acre property. police are searching for the boys who range in age from 13 to 17. they're looking for scott chandler. he runs the ranch and is accused of child abuse. >> i've never witnessed any of that and i've been up on their place. >> police say there has been no sign of them, their parents or chandler. they're calling chandler a
person of interest in the disappearance of the nine boys. >> an alert has been issued for a woman, 87-year-old bern dean scott has been missing. she was last seen driving away from her home in a brown 2003 civic. her number is right there on your screen. police say she may be headed towards reading. >> john kerry will hold a third round of talks on a new security agreement. he met with the leader for a second day after making a surprise visit to afghanistan. the secretary of state is trying to reach an agreement after the nato mission ends next year. he said foreign intervention must be part of any agreement.
the movie for rest gum p, he's reaching out to service members, he's working with the u.s. to offer free meals to members of the military. >> we've had a military that's been pushed hard and sack fiesed a lot in a dozen years and they continue to need a lot of support and we're trying to give them a lot of support. >> he plays in a band that performs for troops all over the world. one concert in san diego has been cancelled due to the government shutdown. security is being added for tomorrow's chicago marathon. it's one of the marriages and the first to be run since the boston marathon bombing in april. >> it's not going to be on my mind when i go, i feel safe and ready to go. >> people were not allowed to
pick up packets for anyone other than themselves. and they were given bags that they are required to use. undercover police officers and k-9s will be patrolling the route. more time for school books, they'll be discussing proposed changes to the academic calendar. right now, it starts in late august and ends in june. they are considering moving up the dates, starting in late jewel and ending in later june. summer vacation could be shorter. it would improve conditions for students and teachers. they're trying to get more students to graduation. 62% of high school seniors graduated they're trying to raise it to 64%. it hopes to see 80% of its seniors getting diplomas. but, it's not clear how the district plans to reach those
goals. >> students at a school in new hampshire will no longer be allowed to play the game of tag. the principal at charlotte avenue in nashua, new hampshire she banned the game for safety reasons. they're backing that decision and say that injuries should be avoided at all costs. some parents, however, disagree and saying playing tag teaches confidence and other valuable life lessons. >> i think when you use the word safety all conversation is supposed to stop. if we take that to the extreme, no one can be 100% safe. you'll never have that. >> the force with which students tag varies greatly. they can be hurt by other students not looking where they're going. controversy concerning a billboard in texas, a showing of jesus that has people up in
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. a mechanic from if the national transportation safety board is headed to monterrey. they're trying to figure out how a door landed on the roof of a hotel. they finally got it yesterday on the roof of the hotel. fortunately no one was hurt on the plane or on the ground. a billboard showing jesus covered in tatoos is causing controversy. 59 of these billboards have gone up in the city of lubbock. >> people have scars and things in their past that they haven't let go of. chris will take that from us. through tatoos we use that
imagery. >> some critics of the billboard say they're sacrilegious, but the group that will paid for the ad say they're part of the campaign saying that jesus loves everyone. thousands of medals are recalled commemorative medals. jesus is spelled with an l instead of a j. they were produced to commemorate pope francis being head of the church. four were sold before the mistake was discovered. time now is 7:25 and it's a little cold out there. >> you turned had the heat on in the car. >> i'm driving a little coffee and heater. rosemary is just fine after that. >> i no he i have mine on yesterday morning. outside our doors we're just as chilly as we started on friday, may be cooler on some areas. here's a look at the afternoon
high. 71 san jose, low 60s for the coast with partly cloudy skies. low 70s for santa rosa as well as napa: we're running cooler this time of year. we're going to get back to that nice mild to warm weather. take a look at your extended forecast. let's start with today a chilly start this morning, widespread 40s out there, some areas like petaluma, hillsborough, nevada, i'm tracking the upper 30s, temperatures in the 40s to low 40s, clouds will remain at the coastline for the afternoon. we're looking at temperatures in the 60s and then for the second half of the day, 62 along the coast, upper 60s around the bay. warmer for tomorrow, a few degrees in many cases and then as we get into monday, tuesday, wednesday, upper 70s to low 80, around the bay, we're getting to about 70 degrees along the coast.
nice weather in the forecast, really the steppedded forecast looks good to me. again if you're getting out this morning, it's a cool start, i'll have a detailed look at your current conditions coming up. problems around iphone 5, many issues that people are having and why it's costing a lot of money. >> back at the bargaining table. the steps they'll take today to reach a deal and avoid a strike.
still no deal on the bart labor dispute. welcome back to mornings on two. >> we continue our coverage of the bart negotiations. they are scheduled to resume in two hours. we're live outside are the bart station in oakland. trains could come to a halt on monday morning. >> reporter: that's right. if no deal is reach they'll go on strike monday morning. as you mentioned, mike, 9:30 this morning they'll be back on the bargaining table to resume talks and reach some sort of deal over the weekend. bart and the unions are under pressure from the public and politicians to get some sort of agreement going and avoid the
situation we saw in july. last night's bargaining session wrapped up 10:00. >> they hope a deal will be reached. they are trying to think about how they're getting around if bart is not running. >> we have to get the wired, the school, try to get over to the east, the city from here. >> i wish bart would not strike. check us out. >> reporter: they're at odds object how much they should be contributing to health care and pension costs. they'll be back at 9:30 this morning and they'll continue talking throughout the weekend until that deadline tomorrow. live in oakland, ktvu, channel 2 news. >> if there is a strike,
they'll provide shuttle buses, they chartered buses back in july. it has budgeted $20 million in vehicles in preparation for a strike. they had them on stand by in case they were on strike yesterday. they did not have to cancel the contracts and they'll have to pay for it yesterday. >> imagine if we didn't have the buses. we're trying to do what's best as we move forward, but there's a price to it. >> there's no much how much of the $900,000 fee was forfeited. >> we'll update you if there is an agreement or strike. watch us on air on our website or facebook or twitter. the death of a patient in a stairwell. hospital staffers are required
to check stairwells. this woman was found dead in a stairwell, 17 days after she was being reported missing. she was being treated in a surgical unit before her disappearance. president obama said it's time for political parties to get back to the work for the american people. >> our government is close to the -- for the first time in 17 years. they're risking default for the first time since the 1700s. this is not normal. >> the president says it's threatening the future of the nation's economy. he met a small group of business offers who lost contracts, customers and hiring on hold because of the uncertainty of what's happening in washington. the partial government shutdown had an impact to the first lady to the bay area. michelle obama was scheduled to be here to raise money for democrats, but that visit was cancelled. officials say they'll work to
reschedule the events after the government reopens. >> the shutdown could force doors to be closed. the workers could be furloughed. it conducts research in alternative energy. it's been operating on funds from current contracts. the other is the laboratories, thousands of workers and engineers and scientists will be furloughed. there's an initial vote on apple. it will be 80% open space surrounding a spaceship like building in the center. the campus will be home to 7,000 fruit and olive trees. a vote on that project will be next month. the blue screen of death has made its way to apple
products. they say apple's i work app will show the work to screen. the problem can be reportedly be avoided by i-cloud sinking. it's the first time the blue error screen aaron socialiated with the windows operating system has been reported on apple products. they've been on the market for a few weeks, there are predictions about the it next model of the iphone, the iphone 6 may have a screen size of five inches. they have a four inch screen right now. the iphone 6 could be unveiled sometime next year. users who post positive reviews and comments on google sites could show up in ads next month. users can opt out by going to their google plus settings page. if you like a company on
facebook or post a positive review on its page. a split decision on a lawsuit against major league baseball. a judge rejected the challenge to the antitrust exemptions. the city wants it to move to san jose. they argued to cover the relocation costs of the team. and it is said to be no. they have hopes to get a new downtown stadium for the a's. the decision comes as oakland is trying to keep its pro sports teams from leaving. they are discussing a proposed coliseum city. they call for what new stadium for the teams. some investment firms with deep pockets are interested. the police department has been awarded a new grant to crackdown on drunk drivers. the 46,000 grant will be used to fund dui checkpoints.
the checkpoints have been shown to reduce alcohol related incidents by 20%. if you've ever wanted to be waited on by hand and foot by a police officer, you have your chance today. all proceeds from the tip a cup campaign will go to the special olympics in northern california. >> leave a big tip. the time is 7:37, we've been talking about how cool it is this morning hoping it will get warmer. rosemary has been working on that for us. how long before we get a little warmer. >> i think by 9, 10:00 even better if you can wait. we have early morning risers, maybe playing early morning soccer. be prepared for the chill. it is definitely in the air, even cooler than where we started yesterday morning.
a live look there at oakland, just a little bit of patchy fog there. the cloud is not as widespread. hugging the coastline this morning and i'm seeing it really thick in some areas receipt around petaluma. if you're driving around 101. the fog and visibility is down to a quarter mile. it's patchy and it could be very dangerous. it's something to be aware of. it will come at you without warning there. this is with the 30s, we have petaluma and they're reporting 46 this morning. temperatures in the 40s to low 50s. if we go east we're looking at 44 in concord, 46 in livermore. let's go north, we're looking at 44 in areas right around clearlake 41, i'm catching a reading because we've got
several reporting stations in hillsburg. and if we switch down to the south, we have upper 40s at the university san jose state. we're looking at cool conditions. here's the look at the low clouds. along the coastline here it will longer along the coast, buttual see it burn off in areas around richmond, san leandro, freemont waking up with patchy fog, palo alto along the peninsula as well as mountain view and sunnyvale reporting this as well. ual have mostly sunny skies this afternoon. we continue in this pattern where systems dropping from the coast of alaska. it begins to shift inland. we'll see scattered showers over the sierra, but for us we'll have just a few high clouds passing overhead for today. temperatures remaining on the mild side, cool for the coast
and below average this time of the year. het me show you this, rolling it out for you about i 11:00 or so. we're mostly sunny from the bay and inland. we have clouds along the coastline, and it's along the coast as well. i'm picking up scattered showers as well. this will sink into the sierra with scattered showers for the sierra tonight and tomorrow. highs # 2 for napa upper 60s for richmond, upper 60s sausalito, low to mid-70s around the inland east bay. 71 for san jose, you're looking at 71 for, and 74 for sunnyvale. 64 in san francisco. partly sunny. there's your forecast, it will
last into early next week 70s to mid-80s. upper 70s for the bay and upper 70s along the coast. the bikers are here this weekend. events run from 11 this morning to 11:00. there's a concert at the end of the night. a san francisco supervisor has called it too massive and too corporate. he's happy to have the dew tour back for the second year. >> this is a professional event. it's the best skate boarders and mountain bikers. we're excited about what the event to the community provides. >> it's free for the public to watch on the sidelines although seats require purchasing a ticket. the toughest gun laws in the country and what was not
approved. >> deadliest catch, he waist in on the shutdown and it's hurting him and his message to congress. >> here's the approach to the bay bridge, a little bit of a two-car wreck on broadway earlier this morning. other than that all good on the roadways this saturday morning. hey lena, what ya looking for? well, you've found delicious! ♪ ♪ if you wanna go and fly with me ♪ ♪ it's buzz the bee on your tv ♪ ♪ oh how did i get this way? ♪ hey! must be the honey!
across the area. thousands of people are headed to higher ground. a cyclone is in eastern india. the storm is as powerful as the hurricane that devastated new orleans, category 5, it's packing winds of 167 miles per hour capable of causing catastrophic damage. they're staging a protest until tomorrow afternoon. it's called the ride for the constitution. truckers say it's to protest what they call unconstitutional actions by the federal government including the new health care overhaul and the patriot act. 11 gun control laws are signed into law. they're disappointed with this legislation. the governor vetoed that would
have banned semi-automatic rifles and magazines. he did sign legislation that guns be locked up in homes for the mentally ill and where convicted felons live. >> it's to increase safety in our communities, prevent gun violence and to give our public safety officials and others more tools. the 18 bills on the governor's desk that were passed in the response to the town shooting, they have campaigns to support that legislation, they're considering legal action. they said the legislation making the first state in the nation to prevent hunting with lead bullets. they said lead bullets can poison wildlife including the california con door. new him scenes have to have
two emergency exits. that bill was introduced after the deadly limousine fire on the san mateo fire on the bridge in may that killed five women including the bride. it goes into effect in 2015. existing him scenes have until 2016 to comply with the law. the head of the national transportation board say 1500 investigations are on hold including the aseen crash in july. they told the senate committee that the agency was forced to postpone two hearings including one plan into next month, more than 90% ntsb are furloughed. there was a recent battery fire in one of the is he dance. the government shutdown is having an affect on boaters. boaters say they can't go on
the lake despite paying bettering fees of $600 a month -- 360 a month. >> they're enforcing the ban. those who violent it can be find. >> the crab season opens on tuesday. a lot of boats are in force. one of the captains from the show deadliest catch is urged to get the country up and running. >> i'm asking congress to end the shutdown now. i'm a small businessman in a big ocean with big bills. i need to go fishing. >> he says he can't get the necessary permits and the season only lasts three months, but the retail value is about $400 million. well, if you -- your morning
cup of joe could come with a political message. they started with a petition come together. it's to help end the partial government shutdown. they're demanding the government to pass a long-term budget deal and pay our debt. >> if you buy something in the store, and the service is not good, you can return it. let's return congress and ask for a refund. >> it can be risky for businesses to take political stands. the petitions are going to remain through sunday. >> a new deal for friends and family. they're going to let friends and family members to pull themselves together for new travel. they'll allow airlines to transfer numbers and points in its loyalty program. officials say 24 people who
took this suffered liver failure. all the cases have been reported in the state of hawaii. one woman, a mother of 7 has died. >> take it off the shelf. do not wait. >> the fda is investigating. symptoms of it are loss of energy, fatigue, abdominal pain. >> stanford is trying to extend its winning streak. utah has given tough games this year. kick off is 3:00 this afternoon. and the california bears facing the ucla bruins in california today. it's the first time cal has taken up to 25 opponents. they've enjoyed a 43-17 victory over the bruins. go bruins. >> nothing to worry about for
san francisco 49er fans. there will be a game tomorrow against the arizona cardinals. despite a foot problem, he is going to may. he's complying with league rules about lifting the injury and you can watch tomorrow's game, of course, right here on ktvu at 1:25 p.m. the sharks are looking to keep their winning streak alive. they've won every game in the season so far and they're hoping to remain undefeated. it's a matchup between two teams leaving the league and shots on goal. >> getting back to art. how a mural is helping to get a man off the street. . >> some areas are bottoming out, a few degrees from freezing, i'll have a look what you can expect for your area and a warming trend. i'll have that in the extended
. welcome back, good morning to you. here's a sweeping view, they're waking up with patchy fog around the bay, mostly sunny skies in the afternoon. a six-year-old boy is recovering in oakland after being attacked by the family dog. it happened 7:30 p.m. in his family's backyard. police say a family member's chesapeake bay retriever bit the boy in the face. we haven't gotten any updates on the dog's condition. a dog has been quarantined to determine whether the dog should be considered a threat. an lorant fantastic killed a zoo keeper in missouri. this was a picture taken of bradford, he and two other
workers went inside to feed patience. and that's when patience charged bradford and killed him. >> it's an extremely sad time for all the co-workers and the city. >> he worked there for 25 years. the elephant has been at the zoo for 23 years. two other workers inside the enclosure were not hurt. a homeless man has touched the lives of a resident. they've donated $6,000 to help him find a home. 63-year-old james barter is known as cleanup. he cleans up sidewalks. and an artist paint add mural
telling his story. >> cleanup has been homeless for 15 years. he's always tried to give up. at the bottom of the mural is a story, sidewalk story.com. it can help get him off the street and write a book about his life. >> hey, rosemary, several changes in the forecast for today. it's a chilly start, we're waking up with low clouds, even patchy thick fog. we have the fog, mostly sunny skies for most of us. we'll be mostly sunny for the afternoon. a system dropping south of washington and into northern california. we'll slide east of us and the ridge of high pressure will bring us a warming trend as we get into tomorrow, but we'll be a bit breezy with those two
systems. 46 in concord, 53 in oakland, 53 in san francisco and for the afternoon you're looking at low 60s by 1:00 or so, low 60 into 4:00 and temperatures really gun to fall off as we get into the evening hours and overnight hours. there's your extended forecast with your weekend in view. temperatures today just a tad warmer in some areas. it may not even really notice, tomorrow bumping it up a couple of degrees. slightly warmer than that on monday and tuesday. the forecast for our inland cities. upper 60s and 70 the along the coast, warmer inland. a zoo is welcoming three little new editions. the african lion cubs were born last month. the public can't get enough of
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♪ we are farmers bum - pa - dum, bum - bum - bum - bum♪ back at the bargaining table, when negotiations for bart this morning and who will be at the table. >> and what they're expected to vote on this morning. >> and why the usda is calling this a class one hazard situation. mornings on 2 starts now. good morning, everyone. welcome to mornings on 2. it's saturday october 12th. i'm mike, and i'm claudine wong. >> it's chillier if you're in your covers a little deeper. give it a little time, maybe an
hour. >> we'll be feeling better by 9:00, 10:00 even better. temperatures are plunging -- plunking once again. patchy fog out there. it's mostly sunny skies this the afternoon. it will be slightly warmer for some places. the warming trend is going to get under way and will last all the way into midweek. i'll have a look at the extended forecast and your numbers for today coming up. >> all sides in the bart labor dispute will resume negotiations at 9:30 this morning. they plan to present a new offer to the unions. they'll attend that meeting which is what the unions have been wanting. last night's bargaining session wrapped up 10:00, the talks have progressed with chronic
face-to-face participation. >> we have wanted it. both sides have wanted it. the next day will tell. the good news is there's serious discussion and bargaining going on. >> they're listening and they're telling us and they're telling us their concerns. it's very positive. >> the last public office was 2.5 pay increases for every year for five years. workers would have lost more because of health care and pay contributions. they'll go on strike if nothing is reached this weekend. >> they made aural tent plans. ridership dropped by midday. when you compare it to recent fridays. stay with ktvu for continuing coverage on the bart negotiations as it nears, we'll keep you updated with information about the talks on
air on the website and twitter and facebook. we'll have a live report previewing this morning's negotiations. >> costco is recalling 40,000 pounds of rotisserie products that may be contaminated with salmonella. most of the products called is rotisserie chins, kirkland farm and rotisserie chicken soup. they were sold between september 11 and 23rd. this is a class 1 hazard situation. it can cause serious illness or death. >> happening today legislators in both chambers of congress are holding rare saturday sessions. this is new video of lawmakers discussing the stalemate and over at the senate legislators will vote on a democratic bill to raise the debt ceiling through the end of next year. republicans are poised to
reject that measure as they come up with a budget plan to raise the debt ceiling through january. it will approve the tax on devices as part the affordable care act. >> let's get this hysterical talk of default and find solutions to the problems. >> if we allow the united states to default on its death the first time in our glorious history, it will be a black mark on our reputation and that's a frost understatement. >> they've been increasing the debt ceiling for six weeks. >> president obama and house speaker john boehner talked to each other vowing to reach an agreement. >> the tourism struck deals, to reopen fame russ landmarks. the state of new york will fund park serviceperson he will so the statue of liberty can hope
and arizona will pay 112,000 a day so the grand canyon can open. they've worked out arrest deal with the national park service to reopen mount rushmore beginning on monday. >> a student is out on bail, but he's facing several charges in connection with a deadly crash in san francisco. they're booked in san mateo county jail on monday. he was booked after spending several days in the hospital. investigators say he was drunk and driving northbound in a southbound lane of highway 101 when he slammed into a taxi last saturday morning. a 62-year-old passenger was ejected and died. he was booked on several charges including gross vehicular manslaughter and drunk driving. >> they hope to raise awareness of what is the rising number of rapes which is being called
sexual assault awareness day. it's believed to be the first city sanctioned event of its kind. it comes at cal's response is under way. one student who says she was sexually assaulted by a man who had ties to uc berkeley, she wants to help others who have been victimized? >> in the end she told me there was nothing the university could do. >> a lot of sexual assaults that occur there, they're acquaintance assaults. it's with people you know. >> organizers hope that today's workshops will be the first in a series of events to prevent sexual violence off and on campus. the event is free and open to the public. it's being held at trinity united church. there will be workshops on rape, miss, reporting and certificate cipher support. >> they've been harassing the
homeless. that's a rally to call attention to their claims of abuse. rangers have kicked and physically harassed homeless people when evicting them from the park. >> i woke up to the two rangers picking me up, kicking me in the head. >> they consider legislation that would close the park between midnight and 5 p.m., camping in the park is illegal. >> the city park is advocating funds to house the homeless. they're going to provide housing for 20 homeless people. they are talking about men and women who have had prior arrests and impact public resources. the funds will be used to hire a manager to oversee them. >> let's turn to rosemary who
will warm up today. it's nippy out there in some areas. some area is slipping into the 30s, giving you a live look from and fran across the bay. we're waking up with patchy fog around the bay, santa rosa and petaluma, and thick fog along that stretch of highway 101. temperatures around the pay, upper 40s to low 60s, take a look at nevada, we have 73 degrees in nevada right now. we're tracking 30s, and we're looking at 40s in santa rosa, but not far from 39 degrees. we're bottoming out at this point and temperatures are going to slowly rebound. if i shift east a little bit, haven't seen 80s in the east bay, 46 in lafayette, 42 in
pleasant ton, one last shift here, 48 for brentwood, 58 degrees reported in pittsburgh. the low clouds will be burning back towards the coastline, but here is a look at where i'm seeing it right now. it's gone thicker crossing over napa down along if the rich bay, and fetting to hayward down to free monday, i'm -- freemont, some areas sunnyvale, mountain view, gray skies overhead. this is not as widespread as yesterday. i anticipate an early year burnoff as we get to the second half of the morning. this is the system we're tracking, it will take this path. it won't bring us any rain. we are below average by a few days. we could have scattered showers to the sierra though. there is a slight chance saturday night into sunday morning. for today here at honoring mostly sunny skies,
temperatures cool to mild, 72 for petaluma, low of 0s for the coast along the beach, we have 67 sausalito, mid-70s for pleasant ton, mild, pleasant weather, in the forecast for many of us. p 1 san jose, 71 for santa cruz this afternoon. 65, or i should say 64 for san francisco. with your weekend in view we have a modest warmup getting under way. tomorrow will be warmer than today and it will continue monday through wednesday. upper p 0s and midweek, and mid- 70s for bay side cities, and near 70 degrees for the coast. i'll have a look at your lunchtime numbers coming up. >> the 49ers will induct john mikvah into the team.
he served as vice president and general manager when they won superbowls. he will be recognized at halftime during tomorrow's game at candlestick park against the cardinals. they hope to increase the fan base, they boarded a flight yesterday, destination china. as part of the global games and the attempt to promote the league worldwide, they'll go on two exhibition games and the second on friday in shanghai, the most important is to show these people respect, play as hard as you can and show them what we're trying to accomplish here with the warriors. >> they say it's a very important market, the team has launched a couple of chinese language website to attract fans. they'll host a basketball clinic in china and get a tour of the great wall.
>> discussions over afghanistan, they're -- what secretary of state john kerry is hoping to accomplish. >> they put a ban on a popular game during recess and what they say. >> what is that? rosemary check out that one. that is a foggy >> we think, we think traffic is moving along fine over there. 8:12 on the clock for mornings on 2. in a whole bunch of yummy flavors. cinnamon chex and honey nut chex are two of our favorites. when my husband found the chocolate one, we were in cereal heaven. the only problem is, with so many great flavors you're making it very hard to choose. your fans, the mcgregor family. 'cause we love chex.
. we're waking up with low clouds and fog. napa reporting thick fall as -- fog as well. a south florida community is mourning the loss of a two- year-old boy who is believed to be the son of adrian peterson, running back. [ singing ] >> last night a vigil was held to honor the toddler's life. they described joseph patterson as the boyfriend of a mother. they charged him as aggravated
battery and assault when the boy died. he was dooling with an undisclosed private matter but was back to practice yesterday? >> it's a private matter. i ask you to respect my privacy. >> authorities are considering new charges against the suspect. peterson said he'll play in the vikings game against carolina tomorrow. >> an amber alert is out for 9 troubled youth. they tried to find them at the ranch. there was no sign of anyone on that 30,000 acre property. they are searching for the boys who range from 13 to 19. they're looking for scott chandler who runs that ranch and is accused of child abuse. >> i've never been a witness to any of that and i've been up on
their place. >> an attorney thought they were safe. there have been no sign of them, their parents or chandler. they're calling chandler a person of interest in the disappearance of 9 boys. they're looking for an elderly woman missing, this woman was seen 8:30 p.m. she is described as 135 pounds. she was seen driving away from her home it in a brown 2003 honda civic. her license plate number is. we're following developing news for you. a magnitude 6.3 on the greek island of crete. that was felt as far away as athens. some damage has been reported but no word on injuries. secretary of state john
kerry made a surprise visit to afghanistan. the secretary of state says he's trying to reach an agreement to allow troops to remain in afghanistan through next year. he agrees that future interventions must be part of any agreement. security is high for tomorrow, marathon. this is because of the boston marathon bombing in april. >> i feel safe and i'm ready to go. >> people were not allowed to pick up packets other than themselves. they were given bags they're required to use. and police k-9s will be patrolling various places along the route. >> it a new stamp will be
issued in honor of harvey milk. the message will be hope will never be silenced. this is the first time the stamp will be awarded to an openly gay politician. less time for summer fun and more time for school books. the committee will be discussing proposed changes to the academic calendar. school starts late august and ends in mid-june. the committee is considering moving up the start and end dates. they're starting classes in late july and early june. that means summer vacation could get a little shorter. it's all part of an effort to improve the learning conditions for most students and teachers. meanwhile oakland public school leaders are trying to get students to graduation.
62% of oakland's students high school in graduation. they're going to raise that to 64%. it hopes to see 80% of seniors getting diplomas. it's not clear how the district plans to reach those goals. students at a school in new hampshire will no longer be allowed to play the game at tag. this elementary school in new hampshire, the principal banned the game for safety reasons. injuries should be avoided at all costs. some parents disagree. they say it teaches confidence and other life lessons. >> the minute you use safety all conversation is supposed to stop. none of us could be able to do anything if we wanted to be 100% safe. you'll never have that. the force in which students tag varies greatly. and it can be heard from other students running around and not looking where they're going. twitter is looking to raise
money for their public offering, who they plan to target for help. >> a modest form on the horizon for your bay area weekend. i'll have a look at the numbers and your current conditions coming up. . a $10,000 was given to this person of choice. other finalists go along. each winner receives checks for $2500 for their local nonprofit. congratulations to all of our coax conserves hero.
money maker after it was retired. it's on display at the california science center. it's brought # .1 million, 1 million more than its first arrival. it made its way through the streets of las angeles as it was delivered to the science center. twitter plans to pay a low fee to bankers. twitter expects to pay a fee of $3.4%, fees for ipos usually are 5.7%. it starts to start a road show with bankers for the deal at the end of the month. the take back law for drugs is ending at the month. it was supposed to take effect november 1st but after months of litigation they want to give companies extra time to come up
with a disposal plan. they sued the county attempting to invalidate the law on august 28th. the federal judge decided to uphold the take back. your time is 8:24, rosemary says may be a half-hour, things will warm up. >> today is shaping up to be a lot like what we had yesterday, the low clouds are back and it's dense in santa rosa. and in sfo dealing with visibility issues and delays in arriving flights. san francisco 69, mid p #es for livermore. so mostly sunny and mild away from the coast, partly cloudy skies and cool at the coast. your extended forecast for your weekend in view. if we get to today and take a look at your day manner, a cool -- planner, you do know what to
expect. if you need to get outdoors, some areas are slipping back to the upper 30s, i was tracking temperatures like in in petaluma and we'll see the temperatures rise. patchy fog remaining, cloudy at the coast, widespread 50, then in time for the lunch hour, low 60s around the bay, mid to upper 60s for our warmer locations. our warming trend continuing into sunday. i do think we'll see a slight temperature change today, perhaps a degree or two warmer yesterday, then as we get into sunday, the warming trend continues into early next week. back to you. >> well, billboards are showing jesus covered in tatoos. they're causing controversy. people either love it or hate
it. >> people have scars in their past and they haven't let go of. christ will take that from us. that's why we use that imagery. >> critics of the billboards say they're sacrilegious that the group who paid for the ad, they're part of a campaign saying jesus loves everyone. jesus was misspelled in the upper right-hand corner of the commemorative coin for pope francis. there's an l instead of a j. four were sold before the mistake was discovered. a warning who you let into your home after contractors were let in with some having serious criminal histories. a lasting friendship between george bush and dick cheney.
in one hour, bart management and the unions, bay area meters wait to see if a monday morning strike can be avoided. >> welcome back to mornings on 2, i'm claudine wong. >> time is running out for a last-minute deal for bart and unions. they've made progress, it's been hinted. teed we're in oakland the site of the negotiations. >> reporter: bart is prepared to present new negotiations this morning. the pressure is on from the public and political leaders
for both sides to reach some sort of agreement and keep trains coming come monday morning. bart's union has said if no agreement is reached by monday their workers will go on strike and in time for this week's commute. they met with union leaders and members all day yesterday during their negotiations and we're told she'll be at this morning's meeting set to be at 9:to, her presence is helping the process along. >> it was and productive day. she listened very carefully. we listened very carefully to her. >> now, in the meantime, bart passengers are wondering if that productivity will continue and whether they'll have another way to get to work on monday morning. >> i have a difficult impact because i have to get up so early in the morning. i get up earlier, darker, more unsafe. >> i'm not looking forward to it. >> i'm not looking forward to
it. >> now, the deadline to reach a deal and avoid a strike is midnight tomorrow, the plan is for bart management and the unions to continue negotiating and talking throughout the weekend. it's going to get started 9:30 this morning. . >> more details now on if there is a strike, it will provide free shuttle buses between san francisco and they chartered buses in july. the transit agency has budgeted $20 million in preparation for another strike. bart actually had the vehicles on stand bar yesterday in caseworkers walked out friday morning, but did not have enough time to cancel some of the bus track so it's on the hook for these unused buses yesterday. >> we have to have the contingency plans. imagine if we didn't have the buses. we have to do things moving
forward but knowing there's a price to it. >> stay with ktvu for any developments in the bart talks. we'll tell you if there is any agreement or a looming strike. you can check us out on air or on our website or twitter or facebook. >> hospital staffers are required to check stairwells daily and this change comes about after a woman was found dead 1 days after she was reported meeting. she was being treated for an infection in a surgical unit. police say some of them operating without a license have a criminal history. two are registered sexual offenders. three have active arrest warrants. this was part of a statewide operation called california blitz. 11 people were arrested in the bay area for operating without
a license. this morning in the weekly address, it's time for political parties to get back to work for the american people. >> our government is closed for the first time in 17 years. a political party is risking default for the first time since 1700. this is not normal. >> the shutdown is threatening the economy. hiring has to be put on hold, according to this businessman, because of the uncertainty are in washington. the partial government shutdown has had an impact to the first lady's visit to the area. she was scheduled to come to the bay area to raise money for democrats. that was cancelled. they'll look to reason schedule the events after the government reopens. a new book claims there was a rift between former president george bush and vice president
dick cheney. the upcoming book entitled days of fire claims the two men were quote never quite friend and at the final insult of the relationship, he was convicted of lying in a federal investigation. the book states that condoleezza rice was a confident rather than cheney. 6500 workers at the laboratory could be furloughed. it tests nuclear arms and conducts research in alternative agency. it's been operating on funds from current contracts. then we have the livermore campus. a thousand workers there including scientists and engineers would be furloughed. an initial vote is expected to be held on tuesday at apple's new quarters. it will be a 80% open space.
apple says that circular design will encourage collaboration. it will be home to 7,000 fruit and olive trees. a vote is expected next month. the iphone has been out for a few weeks. it seems like iphone 6 will have a five inch screen. and it may be unveiled next year. your picture can be on a google plus account. your comments can show up on user sites. you can go to the google plus settings page. your facial picture can show up on an ad if you post a positive review on its page. a split decision on major league baseball if they plan to
move to the south bay. they want the oakland a's to move to san jose. they will argue the san jose relocation of teams. they were allowed to move forward to other claims with major league baseball. you can get a new downtown stadium with the a's. they're trying to keep the sports team from leaving. they'll discuss the proposed coliseum city. they plan to build a stadium for the teams. they're hopeful because some investment firms with deep pockets are interested. bmx bikers and skate boarders are here for the dew tour at the center plaza. they run from 11 this morning until 11 tonight. one san francisco supervisor has criticized the event as too
massive and corporate. and this man says they're happy to have it for another year. >> this is a professional event. there are a few sponsors. we're focused on the community benefits that the event provides. >> you can watch on the sidelines for free, but seats requires purchasing of tickets. we're watching a cool morning for you this morning. resume your is keeping an eye on the temperatures. >> there are brave rowers there. the temperatures are creeping up slightly. the sun has been up for an hour or so, so temperatures now beginning to turn around. it will be a slow process for the next hour or so. as we get into 10:00 we'll feel more comfortable. if you have an early morning soccer game, still quite cool in many cases around the bay, 40s to low 50s, in those low
lying areas, the cold air has sunk to the bottom and we're looking at temperatures in the upper 30s to low 40s for some. upper 40s in liver man. again around the bay. 48 in hayward, low 50s in redwood city. not as chilly for you. visibility now, about a mile and a half. the fog is thickening up. it has thick end up over the last hour. we'll be dealing with patchy dense fog over the next hour or so. let's shift to the north. temperatures remain chilly outside. upper 30s, still reported in petaluma, mid-40s for cal towing a. let's see where we're going. it's stretching into areas to the east, closer to fairfield. it's looking good. vallejo you may be degree with -- dealing with this.
we're seeing from san leandro to hayward to freemont this morning. it looked thick along the peninsula, you may have this over the areas. mountain view for the morning and again it is patchy and dense in some areas. it makes it dangerous, it comes at you like a wall of fog. be careful if you have an early morning drive for an hour or so. this is a system that will be driving its direction into the great bay son by tomorrow -- basin tomorrow. temperatures will be a lot like yesterday. we may be a tad warmer in some areas if you're enjoying the sunshine this morning, that will drive temperatures up for the afternoon. for the most part a lot like yesterday, 72 for nevada today, 67 sausalito, 70 castro valley, into the santa clara valley 72,
71 santa cruz, as you get along the peninsula 70s expected for areas around mountain view. 60s for san mateo and 64 for san francisco, partly cloudy skies for the coast, extended forecast with weekend view, mild and pleasant and quiet. as we get into sunday, scattered showers in the sierra, and ridge of high pressure coming in. it will be breezy at times as we begin sunday and monday, all in time temperatures warming up for tuesday, wednesday, and mid- 70s around the bay. if you're going to be out and about for today, i'll have a look at your lunch time numbers coming up. >> jerry brown signs gun control into law. some are still not happy. >> the petition is being circulated. most people won't have a
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nice morning, do some golfing on east bay. we have mostly sunny skies. it's a cool start. mostly sunny and mild for the afternoon. happening now, hundreds of thousands of people are headed to higher ground as what massive cyclone bears down on eastern india. it is the strongest storm ever recorded in the indian ocean. the storm made landfall in the last couple of hours and the winds are being clocked at 141 miles per hour that's an equivalent of category 4 hurricane. the storm of 20 to 30 feet waves are likely. the crab season opens on tuesday. one of the captains from the show's deed least catch is urging to get the government up and running. >> i'm a small businessman, and
urging congress to get it going now. >> i have big bills and i need to go fishing. >> the captain says they can't get permits with the workers furloughed. the cost of the hall is $400 quadrillion. 30 trucks plan to circle the beltway, it's call the ride for the constitution. they're calling it for the unconstitutional actions by the federal government including the health care overhaul and the patriot act. the head of the national transportation safety board says 1500 investigations are now on hold and that includes the asiana crash at sfo in july. the agency was forced to postpone two hearings including one planned for next month into the asiana crash.
more than 90% of employees are furloughed. there was a battery fire including this model s sedan. they are going to improve safety in him scenes. they have to have two additional emergency exits and limousine drivers must brief passengers on safety measures. the bill was introduced after the fire that killed five women. they have until 2016 to comply with the law. governor brown has signed gun control laws into law. he vetoed seven bills including legislation that would have banned rifles with detachable magazines. did sign legislation requiring that guns be locked up in homes
where the mentally ill and convicted felons live. >> the purpose of these bills is to increase safety in our communities, prevent gun violence and to give our public safety officials more tools. >> the 18 bills put into the governor's desk was put on his desk. they said they are considering legal action. governor brown signed legislation making california the first state in the nation to ban hunting with lead bullets. bullets have to be made with copper or steel. lead bullets could poison wildlife including the endangered california con door. a new grant to crackdown on drunk drivers. the 46,000 dollar grant will
fund checkpoints. they've been shown to reduce drunk driving related crashes by 20%. have you ever wanted to be waited on by hand or foot by police officer. they'll be acting as servers today. all proceeds will go to the special olympics in california. it will be from 11 to 3:00 p.m. for lunch and 4 to 8 p.m. for dinner. a political message, the company started a nonpartisan petition, the company says it's hoping it will help end the government shutdown. they want us to open the government, pay our debt and pass a long-term budget deal. they've filled a page of signatures. >> if you buy something in the store and the service isn't good, you can return it. let's return congress and ask for a refund. >> a political expert with san
jose state says it can be risky for businesses to take stands. she does not expect them to see opposition, so many americans are frustrated. >> the diet pill is being pulled off shelves nationwide at least 24 people who took it suffered liver failure. all of the cases reported in hawaii. one woman, a mother of seven has died. >> take it off the shelf. do not wait. >> the f.d.a. is investigating and has sent a warning letter to the makers of this pill. fever fatigue and loss of appetite and abdominal pane are symptoms. a boy was attacked by the family dog. it happened in his family's backyard in discovery bay. a family's chesapeake bay retriever bit the boy in the
face. there have not been any updates on the boy's condition, but the police have the dog to consider whether he's a threat. an elephant killed a zoo keeper. this was taken back in 2009. on friday he and two other workers went inside the enclosure to feed this elephant named patience, that's when patience charged bradford and killed him. the two other workers were not hurt. >> new jersey is preparing for next year's superbowl. the renovations being done plus the charity on the receiving end of millions of dollars. >> a mild day in the forecast for your afternoon. dealing with patchy dense fog and chilly for some. i'll have a look at what you can expect in your neighborhood coming up. look at them with that u-verse wireless receiver.
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. nothing to worry about for the 49er tabs. carry knack will play tomorrow. he's been taking those snaps all week for practice. they're complying with league rules about lifting the injury. you can watch tomorrow's game right here at 1:25 p.m. new jersey getting ready to host superbowl 48. they're undergoing a 11 square
foot expansion to prepare. the signature flight support terminal is expected to have triple volume including some of the largest private jets in the country. >> it made sense for us to put the best foot forward and we're standing in our new facility now. >> the airport is looking at new snow clearing and deicing, and if a snowstorm hits it will be in february. the superbowl host committee have treated $1 million for the sandy relief effort. they're hoping to raised 5 million. they're expecting it to generate $600 million for the economies of new york and new jersey. >> a homeless man has touched the lives of residents so much
they've donated $600 ,000 for a home. he's known as cleanup, that's because he spends most of his time sweeping up the sidewalks in front of homes and businesses in west oakland. a local artist painted a mural of him on the side of a building to tell his story and help him get a place to live. >> it means a lot because he let's the people know that somebody really cares. >> cleanup has been homeless for the past 15 years and despite facing hard times he says he's always tried to give back. at the bottom of the mural is the website. it says sidewalk story.com. people can help get him off the streets and write a book about his life. look at the cute african lion cubs. after making their zoo debut last month the public can't get enough of them.
they've been named, and the zoo keepers say the cubs are doing well and they're walking around a little bit. the zoo is watching their development closely. coming up on the 9:00 hour let's check on how we're looking on the saturday. good morning to you. we have a mild day for you. it may be slightly warmer in some areas for the afternoon. this morning the fog out there is patchy and dense. it's a chilly bun one. temperatures within a few degrees of how it started yesterday. there are a few areas trailing behind in the upper 30s, petaluma, 30s, as we get into the second half of your weekend early next week a warming trend kicks in. there's a system right, now, about washington and it's going to be diving to the south and east of us as it does it will help to kick up those winds. i think that will come by sunday night into monday. for today, a cool start, patchy
dense fog. we'll be mostly sunny, that patchy dense fog will dissipate and go away in the next half- hour or so. temperatures in the low to mid- 70s around our inland communities upper 60s around the bay, low 60s along the coastline, today slightly warmer conditions expected for tomorrow. if you're going to be outdoors, i this i we're feeling okay, mostly sunny skies especially if you have the sunshine, widespread 50s in the forecast, low 60s around the bay. mid to upper 60s expected for our inland community. back to you. >> well, an american citizen day held in korea is reunite thed with his mother as he faces 15 years hard level. it's ticket saturday, you can win tickets to see cher live on stage. [ music ] [ yodeling plays ]
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physical test for hundreds of job seekers in california. the competitive job that requires applicants to run with those dumb bells. . good morning. welcome to mornings on 2, saturday, october 12th. i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong. we want to check in with rosemary for a weekend check of the weather. good morning, rosemary. >> good morning to all of you. we have pleasant weather coming our way for the this afternoon. this morning, patchy dense fog. i'll show you where we're seeing it at its thickest. temperatures within a few degrees of where we stood yesterday. for the afternoon, mostly sunny skies, only subtle changes in the forecast for today. a warming trend is in the extended forecast. i'll show you the numbers, coming up. . continuing coverage now and the potential for a bart strike come monday morning. in 30 minutes, bart management
and unions are expected back at cal trans headquarters to continue negotiations. that's where allie rasmus is live for us this morning with more on where talks stand as the countdown to yet another strike continues. allie? >> reporter: mike, as you said, sometimes in the next 30 minutes, we should see union leaders and bart management heading into the cal trans headquarters here in downtown oakland. 9:30 is when both sides are scheduled to be back at the bargaining table this morning. we've been told bart is prepared to present a new offer to the union this morning. if no agreement is reached by sunday night, bart's union says their workers will go on strike come monday. bart general manager attended yesterday's negotiations and union leaders say they were very encouraged by that. both sides have hinted at progress in the negotiations so far. >> i think the next day or so's going to really tell. the good news is that there's serious discussion and there's real bargaining going on. >> reporter: in the meantime, bart passengers are thinking
about making alternate plans to get to work on monday, in case there is a strike. some passengers this morning told us how a bart strike would impact them. >> i just won't go to work. i won't be able to get to work. >> how are people going to get to work, school? trying to even get over to the city from here, just, you know, not going to work. >> reporter: bart management and the unions are facing increasing pressure from the public and also political leaders to get a deal done. several east bay legislators were at cal trans headquarters yesterday. they weren't taking sides. they wanted to be there to remind everyone involved that a strike should be a last resort. back out here live, looking at some of the people involved in the negotiations heading into the cal trans building. again, the plan is for both sides to continue negotiating throughout the weekend in order to avoid a strike come monday morning. but you just saw a couple people heading in because talks are scheduled to resume here at 9:30. live in oakland, allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2news. well it, appears many bart
passengers have already made alternate plans, fearing a bart strike. ridership dropped sharply yesterday. by midday, it was down 20,000 passengers compared to recent fridays. transbay fell by 11,000. with the threat of a bart strike, it seemed many commuters found other ways to get to work or school. stay with ktvu for continuing coverage on the bart negotiations. as tomorrow's deadline nears, we'll have updated information on air, website, twitter and facebook. . new this morning, a costco in south san francisco is recalling nearly 40,000 pounds of rotisserie chicken products that may be contaminated with salmonella. most products being recalled include kirkland signature foster farms rotisserie chickens, kirkland farm and rotisserie chicken soup. they were sold at the store on el camino real on september 11 and september 23. this is a class 1 hazard situation where use of the product can cause serious
illnesses or death. the state is looking to fill 7000 openings at corrections department. this morning, 500 people are undergoing grueling physical tests at a training facility in sacramento county. the test include what you see there, running with dumb bells. officials say the jobs are competitive, as they are physically demanding. only 2 to 5% of applicants will be hired to become corrections officers. there is a big need, with 1800 officers retiring every year. well, happening today, legislators in both chambers of congress are holding rare saturday sessions. the house is meeting at this hour. this is video taken a short time ago of lawmakers discussing the ongoing budget stalemate. over at the senate, legislators will vote on a democratic bill to raise the debt ceiling through the end of next year. republicans are poised to reject the measure. they have come up with a budget plan that raises the debt ceiling through january and repeals a tax on medical devices as part of president obama's affordable care act. >> let's put this hysterical
talk of default find husband and -- and find solutions. >> it would be a black mark on you are our reputation, and that is a gross understatement. >> house republicans proposed increasing the debt zealing for six weeks in exchange for pending cuts and entitlement reforms. president obama and house speaker john boehner talked to each other late this afternoon, with both men vowing to keep working this weekend to reach an agreement. several states concerned that the shutdown is hurting tourism have struck deals with the interior department to reopen famous landmarks. the state of new york will pay more than $61,000 a day to fund park service personnel, so that the statue of liberty can open. arizona will pay $112,000 a day for the grand canyon. and south dakota has worked out a deal to reopen mount rushmore beginning monday.
a stanford student faces several charges in connection with the deadly crash in south san francisco. 24-year-old zachary katz was booked in the san mateo county jail on wednesday, but has since been released after posting a quarter million dollars bail. he was booked after spending several days in the hospital. investigators say he was drunk and driving northbound in the southbound lane of highway 101 when he slammed into a taxi. a 62-year-old passenger in that cab was ejected and killed. katz is scheduled to appear in court next month. he was booked on several charges, including gross vehicular manslaughter and drunk driving. community groups in berkeley are hoping to raise awareness about a rising number of sexual assaults, with sexual assault awareness day. it is believed to be the first city-sanctioned event of its kind and comes as the state audit of cal's response to sexual assault cases is under way. one student who says she was sexually assaulted by a man who had ties to uc berkeley says
she wants to help others who have been victimized. >> in the end, she told me there was nothing that the university could do. >> a lot of sexual assaults that occur, they are acquaintance assaults. it's with people you know. >> organizers hope that today's workshops will be the first in a series of events to prevent sexual violence on and off campus. the event is free and open to the public from 12:30 until 3:00. it is being held at trinity united methodist church, located on bancroft at dana street. there will be workshops, rape myths, reporting and survivor support. more than a hundred people are cleaning a park at international boulevard in oakland, facing on a 51-block area between lake merritt and 51st avenue. i think that's probably not a 51-block area. it's a different, smaller area. volunteers are removing crash illegally dumped, cleaning up
graffiti. the event is sponsored by council members and a local union. . it's a sunny start over the hills near bay point. temperatures are cool, but beginning to rebound. we are looking at a mild day in the forecast for your saturday. 49 degrees right now in walnut creek, 51 in concord, 52 in livermore. again, a cool start, but these temperatures are actually better than where we started a little bit earlier this morning. 52 in san francisco. still trailing behind in the 40s, 45 degrees, 48 in napa. very thick fog in some areas, making it feel chillier. bring along the jacket if you have to get outdoors early this morning. 46 at hillsboro. we've got 51 in foster city. 51 in menlo park. 54 degrees for palo alto. the fog has thickened a bit in some areas. sfo reporting delays for some arriving flights. that, too, also be aware of if you know somebody arriving this
morning. 54, sunnyvale. 52 out at the university of san jose state. temperatures for the afternoon today, a lot like yesterday, perhaps slightly warmer in some areas. but the warming trend will really begin as we get into the second half of your weekend. let's take a look at where we're seeing low clouds and the fog, along the coastline. half moon bay reporting visibility between a mile and a half to two miles. a little thick there, but not too bad. where it is patchy and dense is over parts of the north bay, santa rosa and napa, petaluma, reporting very low visibility this morning. patchy fog there around vallejo, fairfield. shifting south, you can see it's inside the bay, crossing on every the san mateo bridge. you may find some there. for the east bayshore line, we've watched it here all morning long. oakland, san leandro, heyward, fremont this morning, looks a little thick. we're watching this system. it will continue a southeasterly trek. it's going to slide in this direction, as we get into tonight and tomorrow. if you're going to the sierra for the weekend, there's a very slight possibility of a few
scattered snow showers, all the way down to about the pass level on i-80. it will be late tonight, into tomorrow. for us tomorrow, mostly sunny in the afternoon and mild. 71 raphael, 67 in sausalito. to the east bay, 69 in oakland. 70 castro valley. mid-70s in pleasanton. for the santa clara valley this afternoon, 71 santa rosa. low 70s santa cruz and along the peninsula. 68 san bruno. 64 in the city of san francisco. low 60s, partly cloudy skies at the coast through the second half. so a chilly morning out there. patchy, dense fog. we'll get rid of the fog in the next half hour to hour. temperatures begin to warm. a warming trend under way for sunday, monday, tuesday and into wednesday. notice it's a gradual one. temperatures ranging in the upper 70s to low 80s as we get into the midweek wednesday timeframe. 75 around the bay. upper 60s, low 70s for the coast. nice and mild for the coast.
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. welcome back. a live look at the oakland estuary. it's a great start, patchy fog reported around the bay. visibility down to a quarter mile in santa rosa and napa. a south dakota community is mourning the loss of a 2-year- old boy who is believed to be the son of minnesota vikings runningback adrian peterson. ♪ >> last night, a vigil was held to honor the toddler's life. police arrested joseph patterson, whom they describe as the boyfriend of the child's mother, and charged him with aggravated battery of a child and aggravated assault before the boy died. peterson was absent from the vikings practice thursday, dealing with an undisclosed private matter, but was back at practice yesterday. >> this is a private matter and i'm going to ask you all to please just respect my privacy and not ask at all about the situation at hand.
>> authorities are now considering new charges against the suspect. peterson says he will play in the vikings game against carolina tomorrow. just a few minutes ago, we learned that one of nine teenage boys missing in new mexico has been found. police say they went missing from a ranch for troubled youth. yesterday, police tried to serve two warrants at the ranch, but there was no sign of anyone on the 30,000-acre property. police are still searching for the rest of the boys, who range in age from 13 to 17. they are also looking for scott chandler, the man who runs the ranch and is accused of child abuse. >> i've never been a witness to any of that, and i've been up on their place. >> an attorney for the ranch says all the teenagers are safe and have been returned to their parents, but police say there has been no sign of them, their parents or chandler. they are calling chandler a person of interest in the disappearance of the boys. security is being added for tomorrow's chicago marathon. it is one of the six world
marathon majors and the first to be run since the boston marathon bombing in april. >> it's not going to be on my mind that anything bad could happen, because i mean, this is my home and i feel safe and i'm ready to go. >> check-in for the marathon was held yesterday. people were not allowed to pick up packets for anyone other than themselves. runners were given see-through bags they will be required to use. uniformed officers and k-9 units will be patrolling the route. the mother of kenneth bay, the american tourist prisoned in north korea has visited her son for the first time since he was imprisoned. he was arrested last november, sentenced to 15 years in a north korean labor camp, accused of setting up bases in china with the intent of, quote, toppling the north korean government. u.s. officials have repeatedly tried to get north korea to release bay, but so far, have not made any progress. the u.s. social services is set to issue a new stamp
honoring slain gay rights pioneer harvey milk. milk's nephew, stewart milk, made the announcement on the harvey milk foundation's facebook page. the stamp is going to include a picture of milk with the message, hope will never be silenced. this is reportedly the first time the postal service has issued a stamp in honor of an openly gay politician. the stamp is expected to be available next year. a new poll reveals residents in walnut creek are happy and unaware of the city's financial troubles. according to the poll by emc research, the number one complaint was traffic. number two, nothing. 76% of the city's residents say walnut creek is headed in the right direction, but city leaders say this is a mixed blessing, as walnut creek is actually facing budget problems. the city manager is predicting a 2 to $5 million deficit starting next fiscal year. today, the san francisco 49ers will induct john mcveigh into the team's hall of fame. mcveigh joined the team back in 1979 as director of player personnel and also served as
vice president and general manager during the glory years when the niners won five super bowls. in total, mcveigh spent 21 seasons with the franchise. he will be recognized during tomorrow's game at candlestick against the cardinals. the team boarded a flight yesterday, destination, china. it's part of the nba's global games, an attempt to promote the league worldwide. the warriors will play the los angeles lakers in two exhibition games, one on tuesday in beijing, the second one to be played friday in shanghai. >> the most important thing is to show these people respect. go over there and play as hard as you can and show them what we're trying to accomplish here with the warriors. >> warriors say china is a very important market. the team has actually launched a couple of chinese language websites to attract more fans. warriors will host a basketball clinic in china and will also get a tour of the great wall. new this morning, students in pleasanton could soon have
less time for summer fun and more time for school books. over the next two weeks, the district's calendar committee is going to be discussing proposed changes to the academic calendar. the committee is considering moving start and end dates, possibly starting classes in late july, then ending in late may or early june. yes, that does mean summer vacation would get a little shorter. school officials say it's all part of an effort to improve learning conditions for both students and teachers. meanwhile, oakland public school leaders are trying to get more students to graduation. last year, 62% of oakland's high school seniors graduated. this year, the goal is to raise the rate to 64%. in four years, the district wants to have 80% of its summers getting comploam makes, but so far, it's not clear how the district plans to reach those goals. students at a stool in new hampshire are no longer going to be allowed to play the game of tag. the principal at charlotte avenue elementary in nashua in
new hampshire says she banned the game for safety reasons. school officials are backing the decision and say injuries should be avoided at all costs. some parents, however, disagree and say playing tag teaches confidence and other valuable life lessons. >> i think the minute you use the word "safety" all conversation is supposed to stop. now, if we take that to the extreme, none of us could do anything if we all wanted to be 100% safe. you're never going to have that. >> the school is defending its decision by saying the force with which students tag varies greatly and innocent bystanders can be hurt from other students running around and not looking where they are going. a take-off takes an unexpected turn in monterey. the item that fell right out of the sky and was just discovered on the roof of a motel. >> and jesus gets a new look, but not everyone is on board with it. >> it's a cool, cloudy start to the day for many of us. i'll have a look at the conditions in your neighborhood and what you can expect for the
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. the space shuttle endeavour is proving to be a big money- maker, one year after it was retired in los angeles. the shuttle is on display at the california science center. it has drawn a record 2.7 million visitors so far. that is nearly 1 million more than the museum averaged before its arrival. you may remember endeavour drew enormous crowds when it made its way through the streets of los angeles last october. i remember. we brought it to you live right here on mornings on 2, as it was delivered to the science center. the national transportation safety board is sending a mechanic to monterey to determine how a door fell off a plane and landed on the roof of a motel. it happened shortly after the private plane took off on thursday afternoon. airport officials say they searched all around the area for the door and it was found yesterday on the roof of a motel. nobody was injured, including the people on the plane.
billboards showing jesus covered in tattoos are causing controversy in one texas town. 59 of the billboards have gone up in the city of lubbock. >> people found out that they have scars and they have things in their past that they haven't let go of. what's cool is christ will take that from us, and so through tattoos is the way we use the imagery to show that. >> some critics of the billboards say they are sacrilegious, but the group that paid for the ad say they are part of a campaign to show that jesus loves everyone. the vatican is recalling thousands of commemorative medals after it was discovered that jesus was misspelled. in the upper right-hand corner of the coin, jesus is spelled with an l instead of a j. the coins were produced to commemorate pope francis being named head of the catholic church. 6200 coins were made, but only four were sold before the mistake was discovered. >> wonder if the four coins are going to be very valuable or if they were asked to return them. what do you think? >> i'm sure they were asked to
return them, but i don't know if they will. >> not forced to return them. we've got sunshine, right, rosemary? although it was cool this morning when we woke up. >> yes, a very chilly start in some areas. still cool in some places. we'll continue to see temperatures rebound. the sun is up, although quite cloudy around the bay and the north bay reporting patchy, dense fog. 43 in santa rosa, 48 in napa, where you are trailing behind, and it has to do with that fog overhead. meanwhile, take a look at antioch, 59 degrees under mostly sunny skies. a nice rebound going on in your neighborhood. 52 in livermore. for the afternoon, a nice day for livermore. getting into the lunch hour, upper 60s in the forecast for you. low to mid-70s at the warmest time of the afternoon. then as we settle into 6:00, 68 degrees. and once the sun sets, sure does cool off. upper 50s by 9:00. 53 degrees right now in mountain view. for the afternoon, take a look
around. 74 in concord, 72 for napa. upper 60s, low 70s around the bay. 60 degrees with partly cloudy skies along the coast. cool to mild weather remaining in the forecast for your saturday. warmer on sunday by a tad. then we'll continue this gradual modest warming trend. monday, tuesday, into wednesday, upper 70s to low 80s in the forecast for inland cities. 70s around the bay. upper 60s to near 70 degrees for the coast. the latest iphone was just released, but already rumors are swirling over what will hit store shelves next. >> and former nfl player and coach mike ditka says he could have changed history. what he's calling the biggest mistake he ever made. ♪ [ engine revs, tires squeal ] [ male announcer ] since we began, mercedes-benz has pioneered many breakthroughs. ♪
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♪ must be the honey! . happening right now, bart management and the unions are headed back to the bargaining table. these are live pictures from just outside cal trans headquarters, where talks are expected to begin any minute. good morning, everyone. welcome back to mornings on 2. i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong. today's notions will include the general manager of bart, someone the unions have been calling for. allie rasmus joins us live from the cal trans building in oakland, where negotiators are expecting a long day ahead. allie? >> reporter: that's right. 9:30, right now, when talks are scheduled to resume. we have seen a couple people from both bargaining teams heading through the doors at cal trans headquarters. we saw bart spokeswoman, just arrived here a few minutes ago.
are you expecting it to be a very long day today? >> yes, let's hope so. everyone is hoping to goes very late. the general manager will be at the table today. that's good news. mediators asked us to keep what's said at the table at the table, and we honor and respect that. the goal is to come to a deal or at least inch closer as we approach the sunday night deadline. >> reporter: and both sides talked yesterday about a move towards progress. >> it was very productive in the sense that the general manager's at the table, listening to the unions, asking what's it going to take to get it going back and forth again. in that sense, it's been very productive. >> reporter: have you been inside during the negotiations or have they been relaying to you what's going on? >> those at the table are just the team. the spokes people aren't at the table, no. >> reporter: what sense do you have that things could wrap up today? glits really hard to say. it's impossible to say. usually it goes down to the wire for whatever reason. maybe we'll break all of everyone's expectations and get something today, but it is too
early to say. >> reporter: thank you very much, bart spokeswoman. we talked to a lot of bart passengers this morning who are also hoping some sort of deal is reached. if no agreement is reached, bart's unions have said they will strike on monday morning and that's something that a lot of passengers are hoping will be avoided. >> i wish bart would not strike. help us out. >> i would like to side with the workers, but it's a complicated subject. >> personally, i think they are asking for too much. they have jobs. >> reporter: and bart management and the unions are facing pressure from the public and political leaders to get a deal done. several east bay legislators were at cal trans headquarters yesterday to remind everyone involved that a strike should be avoided for public benefit. talks are scheduled to resume at 9:30 this morning, so right now. we haven't seen any of the key negotiators walking into the building here at cal trans headquarters just yet, so they may be getting a late start this morning. if we have updates, we'll bring that to you during the show, mornings on 2 and also
ktvu.com. allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2news. more details now on the possible bart strike. if it happens, bart says it will provide free shuttle buses between the east bay and san francisco. bart chartered buses during the strike in july. the transit agency has budgeted $20 million for vehicles in preparation for another strike. bart did have those vehicles on standby yesterday, just in case the workers walked out friday morning. bart did not have enough time to cancel some of those bus contracts, so it's on the hook for those unused buses yesterday. >> we have to have these contingency plans in place. imagine if we didn't have the buses. so we're trying to do what's best as we move forward, but know there's a price to it. >> there's no word on how much of the $900,000 deposit fee was forfeited. stay with ktvu for developments in the bart talks. we'll update any agreements or strike talk. watch us on air, our website or updates on twitter and facebook. right now, we're following developing news out of concord,
where lanes are shut down on southbound 242. chp says it is on the scene of an accident involving a cement truck. the accident is near the highway 4 connector. both of the right lanes are blocked at this time. no serious injuries have been reported. a street sweeper is currently on the way to the scene. traffic, though, is backed up at this hour. an officer-involved shooting is under investigation in vallejo this morning. it happened around 1:30 on lincoln road. the officer saw a stolen vehicle parked at a motel. the driver exited the car and the officer then tried to stop him. that's when police say the suspect ran. now, the officer says he saw what he thought was a silver weapon in the man's pocket. and when the man reached for it, the officer then deployed his taser, but that did not work and the officer says he fired his gun. the suspect was taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. that officer was not hurt. new security measures have been put in place at san francisco general hospital following the death of a patient in a stairwell.
hospital staffers are now required to check stairwells daily and when alarms sound. the changes come after lynn spalding was found dead in a stairwell on tuesday, 17 days after she was reported missing. spalding was being treated for an infection in the surgical unit before her disappearance. new this morning, in his weekly address, president obama says it is time for both political parties to get back to work for the american people. >> our government is closed for the first time in 17 years. a political party is risking default for the first time since the 1700s. this is not normal. >> the president says the ongoing shutdown is threatening the future of the nation's economy. he met a group of small business owners who he says lost contracts, customers, and put hiring on hold because of the uncertainty over what is happening in washington. pro football hall of famer mike ditka says a mistake he made altered the course of
history. he says in 2004 he had the chance to run as a republican against then-illinois state senator barack obama for a u.s. senate seat, but ditka passed on the opportunity. he now says he regrets the decision, adding that he probably would have won and president obama would not be in the white house today. ditka calls his decision not to run the biggest mistake of his life. the shutdown could also force two national laboratories in livermore to close their doors on october 21st. 6500 workers at lawrence livermore national laboratory could be furloughed. the facility tests nuclear arms and conducts research in alternative energy. it has been operating on funds from current contracts. the other facility that may be forced to shut down is the livermore campus of sandy and national laboratories. a thousand workers there, including researchers, scientists, and engineers would be furloughed. the cupertino city council is scheduled to vote on apple's headquarters. plans call for apple's new
campus to be 80% open space, surrounding a space ship-design in the center, to encourage collaboration. the campus will eventually be home to 7000 fruit and olive trees. a final vote on the project is expected next month. the scheduled blue screen of death, familiar to many pc users has made its way to apple products. some owners of apple's new iphone 5s say apple's i work app has cause the phone to freeze, then show a blank brew screen before rebooting. the problem can reportedly be avoided by disabling icloud syncing for pages, keynote and number apps. it is the first time the blue error screens associated with the windows operating system have been report order apple products. the iphone 5s and 5 c have only been on the market a few weeks, but c net reports the iphone6 is in development and may have a larger screen. the iphone 6 could be unveiled
sometime next year. well, your picture could soon appear in google ads if you have a google plus account. users who post positive reviews and comments on google sites could show up in ads starting next month. users, though, can opt out by going to their google plus settings page. your facebook picture could also show up in an ad if you like a company on facebook or post a positive review on its page. a federal judge has handed down a split decision on san jose's lawsuit against major league baseball and plans to move the a's to the south bay. the judge rejected san jose's challenge to baseball's antitrust exemptions. the city wants the oakland a's to move to san jose and it had argued that antitrust provisions cover their relocation of teams, but the judge disagreed. san jose was allowed to move forward with other claims against major league baseball and still hopes to eventually get a new downtown stadium for the a's. the ruling comes as oakland is trying to keep its pro sports teams from leaving. next week, the city council is set to discuss a proposed coliseum city that calls for
building a new stadium for the raiders, a's, and golden state warriors. city officials are hopeful because some investment firms with deep pockets are reportedly interested. mild fall weather in the forecast for your weekend. giving you a live look at mount diablo, a few mid and high level clouds drifting overhead. some of us dealing with low clouds this morning and even patchy, dense fog. let's start out with that. along the coastline, half moon bay reporting visibility, about 2 miles. sfo reporting visibility now about 2 miles. santa rosa, we can't see it here on the map, but santa rosa, still reporting patchy fog, visibility down to half mile. napa reporting visibility down to quarter mile. it's been along the east bay sea shore the entire morning, and oakland and heyward reporting visibility between 2 and 4 miles. it's a little thick in some areas and quite thick in others, especially near napa, still reporting visibility down to quarter mile.
so again, something to at least make worth noting. 42 degrees in napa right now, 46 in novato. climbing out of the 30s in some places. it was really, really chilly over parts of the north bay this morning and to the east, where temperatures are now in the 50s. many of us woke up in the low to mid-40s. so a nice rebound taking place, especially if you have the sun shining. 54 in pleasanton right now. low 50s at lafayette, as well as orinda. pittsburg reporting 48 with mostly sunny skies. this morning, fog, breaking away to partly cloudy skies. it will be cool along the coast, mild around the bay and inland. tracking the system here right now currently over the state of washington, it's going to be diving south and east. so it's going to slide to the south of us. it's going to bring a few scattered showers to the sierra late tonight, into tomorrow, perhaps even snow down to the
pass level. it won't be a whole lot, maybe an inch or two, but we'll see it happen over the sierra. for us, it's going to lead to breezy conditions sunday through tuesday. so as the system moves to the east of us, ridge of high pressure building in, and the two combined will bring us breezy north winds at times. we'll be watching that. but for today, the winds generally light, not too bad. 74 in sonoma for the afternoon. 71 san rafael. upper 60s in sausalito. upper 60s, low 70s for the east bay. 69 in oakland and heyward. mid-70s for pleasanton. 74 for danville. in case you're wondering, temperatures a lot like yesterday, perhaps slightly warmer in some places. 71 san jose. 71 cupertino, as well as santa cruz. along the peninsula for the afternoon, you're looking at 70 degrees redwood city. 64 in san francisco. low 60s along the coast. and your extended forecast there, with the second half of your weekend in view, upper 70s in the forecast by tomorrow. then we will see just a gradual, modest bump in temperatures as we get into the
work week. upper 70s, low 80s for inland cities. mid-70s around the bay. mild around the coast, upper 60s, near 70 expected there. dozens of people in hawaii head to the hospital with symptoms of liver failure. now the diet supplement doctors say they were all taking is being pulled from shelves nationwide. >> and if you're a fan of cher, stay tuned. how you can win tickets to see her show, when she makes a stop in san jose.
let's recap top stories this morning. negotiations are resuming in the bart labor dispute. they were scheduled to begin 15 minutes ago at the cal trans building in oakland. the unions say they are pleased that bart general manager is at the bargaining table. workers will go on strike on monday if no deal is reached by tomorrow. a costco in south san francisco is recalling nearly 40,000 bounds of foster farms rotisserie chicken products that may be contaminated with salmonella. they were sold at the store on el camino real between september 11 and september 23. the united states senate rejected a democratic plan to extend the debt ceiling through next year. both chambers of congress are holding rare saturday sessions in hopes of ending the standoff over the budget and debt ceiling, with ceiling deadline october 17th. this just in, word that a casualty of the government shutdown has just reopened. the owners of the cliff house in san francisco opened at 9:00
this morning. while the restaurant is privately owned, it sits on national park land and was ordered to close because of the partial shutdown. but we just got off the phone with the owners, who say they have been able to reach an agreement and are now back open for business. frustrated truck drivers are staging a protest in washington, dc this weekend. about 30 trucks plan to circle the 64-mile capital beltway in eight-hour shifts until tomorrow afternoon. it's called the ride for the constitution. truckers say it's to protest what they call unconstitutional actions by the federal government, including the new healthcare overhaul and the patriot act. more fallout from that partial government shutdown. the head of the national transportation safety board says 1500 investigations are now on hold, including the asiana crash at sfo last month. more than 90% of ntsb employees
are furloughed. the agency also postponed an investigation into a recent battery fire involving one of tesla's model s sedans. the government shutdown even has an impact on boaters at lake sonoma. the army corps of engineers has jurisdiction at the lake and it is closed to public launch ramps. boaters can't go onto the lake, despite paying fees of $350 a month. >> it is a nice weekend this weekend and we have the chance to go out and yet we can't. >> the sonoma county sheriff's department is enforcing the law. 11 gun control bills have been signed into law, but gun control advocates are still disappointed with this year's session. brown did sign legislation requiring that guns be locked up inside the homes where the mentally ill and convicted
felons live. >> the purpose of both these bills is to increase safety in our communities, prevent gun violence, and to give our public safety officials and others more tools. >> the 18 bills put on the governor's desk for consideration were all in response to the newtown school shooting. gun rights groups have threatened to launch recall campaigns against the lawmakers who supported the legislation and say they are considering legal action. governor brown also signed legislation making california the first state in the nation to ban hunting with lead bullets. the law requires all ammunition for hunters to be made from copper or steel by july of 2019. environmentalists say lead bullets can poison wildlife, including the endangered california condor. governor brown also signed legislation to improve safety in limousines. a new law requires limousines to have two additional emergency exits and limousine drivers will have to brief passengers on safety measures.
state senator alan corbett of san leandro introduced the bill after the deadly limousine fire on the san mateo bridge in may that killed five women. the law goes into effect for new limousines in 2015. existing limousines have until 2016 to comply with the law. a cup of coffee at starbucks could now come with a political message. on thursday, the company started a nonpartisan petition called come together. representatives from the company say the hope is to help end the partial government shutdown. the petition is demanding leaders open the government, pay the debt, and pass a long- term budget deal. the starbucks in san jose has already filled a page with signatures. >> if you buy something in a store and the service isn't good, you can return it. let's return congress. let's ask for a refund. >> a political expert with san jose state says it can be risky for businesses to take political stands, but she also says she doesn't expect starbucks to see much opposition because so many americans are frustrated. the petitions are going to stay
posted in the stores through sunday. and jetblue is offering a deal for friends and family. the airline has announced that it's going to let friends and family members pool their frequent flyer points together to earn free travel. the airline is going allow up to seven infrequent flyers to share their points. other airlines usually charge members to transfer miles or points in its loyalty programs. a diet pill is being pulled off store shelves nationwide after officials say at least 24 people who took it suffered liver failure. all the cases have been reported in hawaii. one woman, a mother of seven, has died. >> take it off the shelf! do not wait! >> the fda is investigating. symptoms of liver failure include fever, fatigue, loss of appetite and abdominal pain. the stanford football team is in utah today, trying to extend its 13-game winning streak, the second longest in
the nation. but utah has given two strong pac-12 teams tough challenges this year. kickoff at 3:00 this afternoon. cal bears also on the road down in southern california today, taking on ucla. this is the fourth time in its first six games cal will be taking on a top 25 opponent. last season the bears enjoyed a nice 43-17 victory over the bruins. kickoff tonight at 7:30. san jose state also on the road today, playing colorado state in fort collins. nothing to worry about for the 49er fans. quarterback collin kaepernick will start tomorrow's game against the arizona cardinals, despite a foot problem. his status is listed as probable in the team's injury report. he has been taking all the snaps during practice. coach jim harbaugh says the niners are complying with league rules about listing the injury. one programing note, you can watch the game right here on ktvu tomorrow at 1:25. the san jose sharks are looking to keep their winning streak alive when they take on the ottawa senators at home tonight. sharks have won every game this season and they are hoping to
remain undefeated against ottawa. it is a matchup between two teams leading the league in shots on goal. that game starts at 7:00. well it, is ticket saturday. today, one lucky viewer will win two tickets to see cher. cher is bringing her dressed to kill tour to san jose and tickets are good for july 2nd of next year. to enter, just go to our website, ktvu.com, before midnight tonight and enter the secret word. there it is on the screen, "believe." mike's about to start singing any second now. >> not quite. [ laughter ]. >> i believe i will not. i will not sing right now. giving back through art, how a local artist is using this mural you're about to see, there it is, to help give a bay area homeless man off the streets. >> after falling into the 30s and 40s for some of us, temperatures are rebounding. i'll have a look at what you can expect for your saturday and a warmup in the extended forecast, coming up.
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. a swedish zoo welcoming three additions, these african lion cubs born last month. after making their zoo debut last week, well, they are very popular. the public can't get enough of them. the one female and two male cubs have been named alice, antione and arbot. the cubs are doing well, walking around right now, and the zoo is watching their development closely. well, a homeless man has touched the lives of some west oakland residents so much that they donated more than $6000 to help him find a home. 63-year-old james boatner is more commonly known as cleanup. that's because he does spend most of his time sweeping up the sidewalks in front of homes and businesses in west oakland. a local artist painted this mural of him on the side of the building to help tell his story and help get him a place to live. >> it means a lot, because it lets the people know somebody really cares. >> cleanup has been homeless
for the past 15 years. despite facing hard times, he says he's always tried to give back. at the bottom of the mural is a website, sidewalkstory.com, where people can make donations to help get boatner off the streets and help write a book about his life. a 6-year-old boy is recovering at children's hospital in oakland, after being attacked by a family dog. it happened on thursday, around 7:30 p.m. in his family's backyard. the retriever bit the boy on the face. so far, there have not been any updates on the boy's condition, but the dog has been quarantined until a hearing officer determines whether or not the dog should be considered a threat. your time now, 9:56. we've been talking about the cool morning. let's go to rosemary one last time to see how things are warming up. rosemary? >> yes. we're shaping up nicely. we still have a little patchy dense fog out there, but that be dissipating in the next half hour or so. temperatures also beginning to climb. widespread 50s in the forecast as we get into the 10:00 hour. by noon time, mostly sunny
skies away from the coast. we will be partly cloudy at the coast, upper 50s. widespread 60s around the bay. for the afternoon today, i have to say, a lot like yesterday. 74 in concord, 69 in heyward. 70 degrees redwood city. 71 san rafael. just some mild weather out there. sunsets about 6:36 this evening, so if you do have outdoor plans, soon as the sun goes down it, gets chilly, so bring along an extra jacket if you're going to be out this evening. temperatures will continue to be on the mild side, but a gradual warmup under way tomorrow, slightly warmer. but as we get into monday, mostly sunny skies, temperatures into the upper 70s, low 80s. mid-70s around the bay. take a look at the coast. upper 60s, near 70 degrees. it's just great weather out there. not too hot for inland cities, and feeling quite nice along the coast. >> can't complain. >> perfect. thanks, rosemary. that is our report for this morning. we do appreciate you making ktvu your choice for news. >> and of course we will
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