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it's been a critical problem in san francisco for months. ambulances taking too long to respond and now one of the victims is the mayor's own wife. we'll tell you how long she had to wait and what the fire chief joanne hayes-white had to say about it. >> reporter: we're live at raiders' headquarters in alameda talking about the firing of head coach dennis allen. coming up where the team goes from here and fan reaction as well. a driver loses control during a police chief in san pablo. how it involved two teenaged girls and a young woman in a stolen car. the men suspected of several arsons in alameda are set to head to court. why friends of one suspect say
there's no way he could have set any of the fires. "mornings on 2" starts now. 7:00. dennis allen, now just another in a long line of former oakland raiders' coaches, the third-year head coach was fired late last night one day after an embarrassing loss in london. brian flores is at raiders' headquarters in alameda. the team is expected to hold a press conference later today. coming up in a few minutes, brian will tell us who could be named interim coach. good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> good morning, tc. >> good morning. >> i'm dave clark. let's talk about your weather and traffic. steve's been checking on everything. he knows all about the forecast. >> i hope so. we have low clouds. some. not for everybody. inland areas might be clear for a few but that means temperatures on the cool side for a couple but on the mild
side for others. system moving by and high pressure is already starting to build in giving us a northerly breeze. 45 novato. napa, 46. 61, 62 oakland, sfo. and hayward, 63. san jose is 55. livermore is down to 54. fog is there. but look what's happening on the north. that's a sign of things to come. fog, sun, warm. near normal temps today. it's tomorrow. mild to warm, 70s, 80s through the interior. upper 60s to low to mid-70s around the bay. here's sal. all right, steve. we do have an injury accident on city streets in san francisco at the corner of webster and mcalister. good area to avoid. there are reports it could involve a san francisco police car but we haven't confirmed that but there is an accident there according to the fire department. that's a good area to avoid. i want to move the maps over to contra costa county where all of a sudden, we have a lot of slow traffic on highway 4. also on 680 heading south just a lot
of slow traffic coming through. southbound 680, there was a minor accident in pleasant hill. oits doff to the side. you are dealing with slow traffic until you get to the 24 interchange. bay bridge toll plaza, you can see traffic here is packed up for a 25-minute delay, backed up beyond the macarthur maze. northbound 280 in san jose is getting slow out of downtown. you can see right there north of bird avenue getting up to highway 17. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. we begin with a new development in the saga involving san francisco's am plans shortage. tara moriarty has this exclusive report on how mayor ed lee's life was the latest person affected. tara, you just got a response from san francisco's fire chief about this. their perspective must be interesting about this. >> reporter: we just got off the phone with joanne hayes- white. she said the ambulance in question did arrive but the dispatch we received paint as
different picture. we want to show you a photo of a neighbor who lives on mangles avenue where a driver crashed into a parked truck shortly after 2:00 yesterday afternoon. according to sources, the passenger in the wrecked car that you see was mayor ed lee's life anita. we've learned that the mayor's wife is okay. she initially had back pain and numberness and tingling. the driver was complaining of chest pain. two ambulances were code, a code 3 call, considered life- threatening. ambulances arrived ten minutes later. the city many dates they arrive in less than ten minutes. the first ambulance was dispatched at 2:12 p.m. and arrived at 2:26. 12-minute wait. the second ambulance did not arrive until 2:37. a wait time of 23 minutes. that ambulance was reportedly for anita's friend. now joanne hayes-white says the ambulance wasn't called until 2:31. she said the ambulance only took 60 minutes.
we've reached out to the may loor's office for -- mayor's office for a response. the fire chief has been under fire for long response times and groups calling for her resignation last week. we've learned that the mayor has asked all parties to work together until october 14 when he will make a decision on how to proceed. tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. san francisco police are investigating a robbery and shooting near civic center plaza. it happened just before 3:00 this morning at height and fulton. police say the suspect demanded a group of men and demanded money. after taking cash, he shot one of the men. the victim was taken to san francisco general hospital. police have not released any information on his condition. in a couple of hours, the oakland laiders are expected to -- raiders are expected to make official when we already know, head coach dennis allen has been fired. brian flores is live at
raiders' headquarters. the team is probably gonna announce who will lead them for the next couple of weeks. >> reporter: good morning, dave. it's been a disappointing season for the silver and black. dennis allen was fired. the team is back from london from that disappointing road loss against the dolphins in london. as you mentioned, dave, the team will hold a press conference to announce the firing of allen and who will acoach the team on an interim basis perhaps. allen took over the team in 2012. after two subpar years, this year was really supposed to be diplomat. they brought in matt schaub who has not really played, tuck, maurice jones drew and their current quarterback, derrick carr. the team is 0-4. what was the straw that broke the camel's back was the disappointing loss
in london. allen leaves with an 8-28 record. he was hand picked by reggie mckenzie to take over two years ago. some say that mckenzie is on the hot seat as well, although there are reports that his job is safe. we'll see. but now the question is who will take over the coaching duties. we're hearing that tony sporano or greg olsen could be named today. the timing comes during the bye week. they also did the same thing when mike shanahan was the coach as well as lane kiffin. they will announce the formal firing. we posted this question on my twitter page and my took page, what should take over as raiders' head coach and where does the team move from here. we hope to hear your comments this morning. back to you. two men arrested on
suspicion on arson are expected to be in an alameda courtroom. andrew gutierrez an stephen petersen are accused of setting seven fires in alameda. police say gutierrez was seen on surveillance video at the scene of one of the fires. friends of petersen says he lives in alameda. he was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. take a look at the video. police say it shows gutierrez walking up to a dumpster, minutes later he's seen running away. they say petersen, he was seen at the scene of several fires by a firefighter and police officers. but his friends say he was at work when the fires were set and only in the area because he was walking home. >> he always talked about nonviolence as the solution. it just doesn't seem absolutely -- absolutely out of cake ter. >> police say all of the
firefighters were started in trash cans, dumpsters and cars and spread to buildings. four families have been displaced. three buildings about badly damaged or destroy -- were badly damaged or destroyeded. the san jose city council will consider a big move on pot clubs. the council will consider drastically raising the fines for owners who violate the city's tough new regulations on medical marijuana dispensaries. the penalties could range from $2500 to $50,000. currently, a violation costs just 25 bucks. in july, the proposed tough new rules that proposed dozens to can close their doors. san jose voters will go to the polls to elect a new mayor. sam liccardo is facing supervisor dave cortese in the race to become the leaders of the bay area's biggest city. last night, the two candidates
squared off in a forum which focused on public safety and pension reform. >> this issue of pension reform is a deflection to take us off what's the issue today in this city and that's public city, the loss of over 400 police officers. our police department shrank by 323 officers before pension reform ever passed. it shrank for one reason. we had no money. >> political experts say the election will hipge largely on how voters view the candidates' differences. the race is to replace termed out san jose mayor chuck reed. 7:10. a wild story. a fraud suspect in palo alto now in custody but that's after a four-hown meaent four-hown -- four-hour manhunt. how he was helped hiding from police. it was way worse than first thought. the tough questions for the
secret service following this month's security breach at the white house. right now traffic is going to be busy if you are driving around the bay area. on the san mateo bridge, it's busy getting out to foster city. we'll give you a look at the peninsula and what it is like on 101 coming up. low clouds for some. already clear for others. temperatures yesterday, a little bit bebe low -- a little bit below average. [ male announcer ] it all starts with the bread.
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gun down and waited for police. the names and grades of the students have not been released. but that male student is in custody. no other details are released. the school is closed for the day. 7:13. happening now, the director of the secret service being questioned by members of congress. big questions about protecting the president after a man jumped over the white house fence and got inside. kyla campbell is live in washington, d.c. where new reports say the man made it farther inside the white house than first thought. kyla? >> reporter: dave, lawmakers say they learned from whistle- blowers that the intruder made it all the way into the east room. we're taking a live look right now at the house oversight committee hearing where julia pearson just moments ago heard scathing words from the chairman. >> a series of security failures, not an instance of praise worthy restrict. omar gonzalez reached at least
five rings of security on september 19th. >> reporter: the man armed with a knife jumped the white house fence and sprinted 70 yards to the front door. he reportedly made it inside the white house, past a stairway that lead to the family quarters and into the east room. lawmakers have numerous questions for pearson. why didn't agents release a dog on the intruder? why was the front door unlocked and why was the alarm at the front door unit. keep in mind that the first family had left the white house minutes before this happened on september 19th. i'll continue to watch this hearing live. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. 7:15. an oakland city councilman says the city sideshow problem is rapidly spinning out of control. councilman larry reed is calling on police to crack down
on these dangerous stunts. this video posted on a hip-hop website shows one car that actually loses control sliding into several spectators. it's not clear if anyone was hurt. larry reed said he called police to report a sideshow in his neighborhood saturday night. >> it was crazy. you got 100 vehicles revving their engines and doing doughnuts in the parking lot. i just hope there's more creative thinking within the oakland police department to help us to deal with it. >> oakland police don't know if this video is from the same sideshow that councilman reid reported saturday night. police also sent ktvu this statement "we take sideshow activity very seriously as we grow the department and increase our staffing, we'll be able to direct resources that can more effectively respond to and deter sideshow activity." the department also says it's reviewing video of this weekend's sideshow. >> all right, tori.
7:16. that leads us right to sal. she's watching our commute -- he's watching our commute, the roads and bridges. >> we're looking at the san mateo bridge. if you are driving on 92 westbound you can see traffic is moving along pretty well. it's getting more prouded by the moment. it's especially crowded before you make it on the bridge. when you get over to the peninsula, highway 101 in san mateo. it's slow in both directions near the 92. 280 is a better bet. no major problems on 92 or on highway 1 coming out of half moon bay. it looks pretty decent for your commute. at the bay bridge toll plaza, it's backed up for a 25, 30- minute drive time between there and the other side. 7:17. let's go to steve. all right, sal. thank you. low clouds around. some areas fog down on the decks. napa, santa rosa has had reduced visibility. for most it's up there a little bit. already beginning to erode a little bit to the north and that's a sign of things to come as we get more of a northerly breeze as we say goodbye to
september today and we start october tomorrow, it will start to warm up. the warmest days continue to be thursday and friday. a few high clouds from a system that's just flying. even the sear companies down. you get the dip in the jet stream. but high pressure out there is on its way. it will start it sliding over us. eventually we'll see a northwest northeast breeze. 46 novato. sfo, hayward and oakland in the 50s. walnut creek, livermore, san jose is in there even redwood city, half moon bay, 59. santa rosa at 50. some low 50s here. angwin, calistoga is in there as well as healdsburg and sebastopol. lakeport 53. but clearlake is at 46 degrees. there's 40s to the north. temperatures will rebound. not much. half moon bay has a north wind
at 8. there's not much, i don't expect much until maybe starting on thursday/friday. 61, 62, 63. water tellps came down a little bit -- temps came down a little bit. 42 in tahoe. upper 40s for reknee. 60s in sacramento and also monterey. denver was in the 40s for a while. billings is still in there. the reason being, the same low we had on friday that gave us severe weather got oomph head out of the rockies and boy did it produce severe weather in denver. then also towards western kansas and colorado. look at that line. there were a lot of reports of hail and high mountain snow. that system up in south dakota. high pressure is on the way. it will kick in for three, four days. fog is there today but by tomorrow, if there's any, i don't think it will last. cool temperatures, chilly. you are getting 45 to 63. wednesday gets warm. thursday/friday look warm to hot with the ocean temps very
warm. the coast looks good. so does the fire danger. it will increase wednesday into saturday but with the offshore breeze everything is looking like sunshine and warm temperatures. 80s and 90s. the coast looks clear thursday and friday. fog, sun, warm. near normal temperatures today. mild to warm. near average here. 70s and 80s. boy, is it mild at stinson beach. 74 in novato. 73 oakland, conkerd, clayton, 81. 76 san leandro. look at 76 san jose. morgan hill to gilroy, 80. santa cruz at 77. cupertino, santa clara in there as well. and then also woodside and redwood city city upper 60s. daly city fog being reported there. half moon bay at 70 with menlo park and mountain view at 76. tomorrow we warm it up. temperatures will go above. it looks warm thursday, friday, maybe saturday as well. cooler on sunday. >> all right. thank you, steve. a bicyclist is fighting for
her life this morning after a hit-and-run crash. coming up in 12 minutes, what witnesses did to help police track down the car involved. but first, two safety changes proposed after a deadly crash at a dangerous intersection in san francisco. [ male announcer ] welcome to no man's land. it's a place you've been before, but it's not on any map. so go out there, lose yourself, and find the truth. ♪ we're all born wild.
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chinatown safer following the death of an elderly woman last week. 78-year-old fong yip li was hit and killed at stockton and sacramento streets. three days later, a neighbor in her building was hit and injured. family members say that intersection has been dangerous for too long. >> when i got that call that day, i couldn't believe it. no possible. my mom's so healthy. so active. sing and dance. >> a memorial service for her and a rally calling for new safety measures will be held tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. at that intersection. in the meantime, police are considering adding protected left-turn lanes and new safety features for people crossing the street. firefighters battling the massive king fire in el dorado county say it's almost out and almost fully contained. it's burned more than 97,000 acres. it's now 92% contained. it's been burning for more than two weeks. yesterday, fire crews spent
another day putting out hot spots. a lot of people are returning to the area just to find their homes are gone. >> two houses down here completely down of his got scorched. this by's cabin burned down. my cousin lives just about a quarter mile up. hers burnt down. >> 12 homes were destroyed. it threatened several reservoirs that supply water and electricity to parts of northern california. full containment is expected on saturday. 7:25. today is governor jerry brown's deadline to either sign or veto a new gun law bill. the bill would allow family members to ask a judge for a restraining order banning a family member who is considered dangerous from having a gun. it was proposed after the deadly shooting in santa barbara where six people were killed and 13 others hurt. before that rampage, the gunman's parents had been concerned about his behavior and had alerted deputies.
so deputies visited the young man but determined he was not a threat. the proposed bill would make california the first state in the nation to let family members bypass law enforcement and directly ask a judge for a restraining order. and governor brown said he will probably sign a bill creating the first statewide ban mon single use plastic bag. the governor said it will help reduce litter. it would ban large grocery stores from carries plastic bags starting in july of next year. it would expand to smaller stores the year after. more than 100 cities and counties already have bans on plastic bags. the baseball playoffs are officially here. the oakland as and kansas city royals face off tonight in the american league wild card game. we'll hear from those scheduled to take the mound. three men rushed to the hospital after their car crashes after a police pursuit
in san pablo last night. we'll tell you about the crime those victims are linked to. good morning. if you are driving in san jose, it's already a little bit slow trying to get into cupertino and sunnyvale on 280, 101 and 85. we'll give you an update on the south bay commute. already sunny for some. pretty good fog bank out there. but this may be the last day we have to say that. there will be a lot of sunshine and warm temperatures even on the coast next knew days. we'll have details coming up.
7:29. police in san pablo chase a car that litter crashes in. inside two teenaged girls and a young woman. why officers were trying to pull them over and why a major injury accident investigation team spent several hours at the scene. good morning. welcome back to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> i'm div -- i'm dave clark. let's talk about traffic and weather. i ducked outside. it's a little chilly out there. >> it is. the fog is there. although -- a lot of signs it won't last like it did yesterday. today is more of a low cloud deck. napa airport, santa rosa are reporting reduced visibility and fog. 46 is cool napa. 48 novato. they were 45. there are 50s around. san jose is in there. not much of a breeze.
mid-50s livermore. 54 degrees. some higher elevations are in the 50s. gilroy has dropped to 51. los gatos, 50. noticeably warm he. saratoga, sunnyvale, 54 is this is a sure sign of high pressure. that's all moving toward us. it will start today. fog, low clouds, sun. it will be mild to warm. 70s and 80s. these are close to where they should be. tomorrow looks to be warmer. we'll have more on that in 12 minutes. here's sal. >> good morning. we're gonna go right to the bay bridge toll plaza. there is a lot of slow traffic already. traffic is going to be busy, about a 25-minute, 30-minute delay coming into san francisco. in san francisco at webster and mcaim -- mcalister, a police officer was involved in an accident. he was in his own vehicle. there were injuries. police are doing an investigation. you see the white suv is one of
the vehicles involved. avoid webster and mcaimly aim -- mcalister. 880 northbound and southbound, it looks good. no major problems. northbound and southbound the traffic is moving along nicely. an highway 101 in san mateo, it's slow. it gets better by the time you reach belmont. i think 280 is a better bet at the peninsula. back to the desk. a violent crash in san pablo ends with three women including two teens being rushed to the hospital. alex savidge joining us live now with more on how an attempted traffic stop by police turned into something a lot worse. good morning, alex. >> reporter: dave good morning. san pablo police figured out the car involved in this chase and crash was stolen. there was an officer in pursuit last night when the driver of that stolen car lost control here along san pablo avenue near church lane and the car
hit the center median rolling over at least one time. one person inside was thrown out. the accident happened around 8:00 last night. there were a total of three victims taken to the hospital. two of them are teenaged girls. one is a young woman. one of the people involved in the crash was in critical condition. at last check, the other two were treated and then later released from the hospital. this was the end of a brief pursuit by san pablo police. it started about a half-mile up the road when an officer tried to pull this car over for a vehicle code violation. but the driver wouldn't stop and took off. because this crash happened during a police pursuit, a multiagency major accident investigation team was called in this morning to gather evidence at the scene. >> any time there is an officer involved and somebody is critically injured, they come out and do a clear investigation. it's clear transparency of
what's going on. we have another agency come out and take a look at it and make sure everything is done right and hoon -- honest. >> reporter: police can't say where the three victims are from or their expect ages or if there will be charges. police also don't know if drugs or alcohol are a factor. but that will be looked at. the investigation is wrapped up. all lanes are back open this morning. we're live in san pablo, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. 7:34. a woman is fighting for her life after being hit by a car while riding her bike in milpitas. it happened on montague expressway near the great paul parkway. police say after the woman was hit, the driver sped away. witnesses played a major role in finding the car that hit that bicyclist. >> witnesses definitely did help with providing us information about the direction
of travel, as well as a description of the vehicle. >> and about ten minutes later, police located car. it was parked at the great mall. more information is expected to come out later today. 7:34. a suspect wanted in palo alto makes friends with a homeowner during a manhunt. it ended last night after police searched for the man for nearly four and a half hours. janine de la vega joins us live from the palo alto neighborhood where the search ended. good morning, janine. >> reporter: good morning. i've been talking to people who live in this neighborhood north of downtown. they are surprised that one of their neighbors allowed a stranger into their home. but that's what happened on everett court. the suspect talked his way into a home. police say dom economy nick tab is wanted for sex crimes with a minor. yesterday afternoon around 5:00, an employee on lytton avenue and palo alto called 911 after realizing that he was trying to commit fraud.
officers arrived and tabb ran away hopping a fence. officers set up a perimeter in the nearby neighborhood and started doing a yard-to-yard search. they brought in k-9s and did a vance vas for nearly four and a half hours. an alert officer spotted tabb walking out of a home with a homeowner when he approached, tabb started to run. he ran into the arms of another nearby officer and was arrested. the homeowner is in his 60s. he said he found tabb in his backyard injured. he said tabb told him he had been jumped. the homeowner offered to help him, even offering a dinner and a ride to a train station. >> i will never let somebody in my house. i will definitely call the police if something like that happens. >> reporter: are you surprised he was able to trick police for so long? >> yeah, i'm pretty surprised. >> reporter: the homeowner had gotten an alert from the county by phone about the manhunt but he believed the suspect didn't fit the description.
police say it's fortunate that he didn't become a victim of the suspect and palo alto police are urging people not to alou strangers in their -- allow strangers in that homes. reporting live from palo alto, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, janine. 7:36. san francisco court clerks have authorized a strike and their union says they could walk off the job at any time. the court workers overwhelmingly approved the strike but no strike date has been set. members of the union say the court has the money to give them the 3% raise they are asking for. they say court administrators are not offering them any raise. the court is not commenting. the workers went on strike in 2012 before reaching this current work agreement. 7:37. san francisco voters could have a say in the future of the city's wholesale flower part. according to the examiner, a group of vendors, floor rifts and others will file paperwork to get a measure on the 2015 ballot. it would protect the flower mat
from a planned technology office development. earlier this month, most of the san francisco flower growers association voted to sell their half of the flower mart to kilroy realty corporation. dill roy is planning -- kim roy is planning to -- kilroy is planning to build a campus. san jose-based ebay announced it will spin off its paypaul division -- paypaltive vision. it will become -- paypal division. it will become a publicly traded company sometime next year. he showed a review showed it would not be as much of a business advantage as it has in the past. there's been pressure from investors to make paypal a standalone company. ebay's stock is up nearly 7% this morning. one of san francisco's biggest conventions of the year is underway at moscone nip
center. oracle openworld always brings thousands of people from all over the world. this year, 60,000 people from 145 countries are attending workshops and sessions. they are mixing with each other, learning a lot of things. one of the hottest topics is how larry ellison is stepping down and how it will affect the company. at the sale time, these conventiongoers are affecting san francisco's economy. >> restaurants are full. hotels are full. but it also continues to showcase san francisco ax the world's center of high tech innovation. >> last year's open world conference brought in $100 million to the tourism industry. larry ellison kicked off the conference sunday, saying 2014 is an exciting time for oracle. there's another data breach. this time affecting grocery stores across the country. the company that owns albertsons an supervalue says
the problem started late august or early this month and that's when malicious software was installed. the breach could affect shoppers in california and 20 other states. hackers may have taken cardholder nails, account numbers, and expiration dates. 7:14. the university of california wants to make the entire university system more open to transgender students and employees. uc plans to allow students to use their preferred name. university is also looking to create more gender neutral rest rooms. those are some of the recommendations from a task force created by uc president janet napolitano. 7:40. a pot crackdown in san jose. coming up in the next hour of "mornings on 2," who the city could be threatening with fines
up to $50,000. plus, it could be a big day for some football fans. the action that could be taken to bring more games back in our your living room. the traffic will be very busy. this is the peak of the commute. 280 is very slow coming into the west valley. we'll tell you more about the south bay commute. some fog there. it's going right down the sonoma coast. that's a sign of things to come as we start to see more of a northerly breeze. it will warm up more tomorrow than today. we'll show you the details coming up.
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blackout rule. ktvu's pam cook is in our newsroom to let us know what's at stake here. >> good morning. the proposal is to allow the television broadcast of an nfl game in the hometown even if the game is not sold out. now, the federal communications commission is due to vote on that proposal today. called the blackout rule. it was first imposed in the 1970s as a way to encourage people to go to the game in person rather than watch it on tv. a couple commissioners on the fcc argue the rule benefits the legal and team owners at the expense of people and families who are fans but can't get to the stadium or can't afford to go in person. recent figures show it can cost a family of four $500 to go to a game when you factor in parking and food. the agency says last year, attendance rates at every stadium in the league were 80% or higher. the last time a raiders' game
had to be blacked out was 2012. the 49ersers, 1981 -- 49ers, 1981 reporting live in the newsroom, pam cook, ktvu channel 2 news. well, from football to baseball now, it's winner take all tonight in kansas city. the oakland as playing the royals for the right to move onto the american league division series. scott reese is in kansas city with a look at the pitching matchup. scott? >> reporter: kansas city is the episent -- he pip centers of the sport universe. last night football, today baseball. how unlikely is all of this? the royals are in the playoffs for the first time in 29 years. you couldn't know it from their demeanor at monday's workout. the as are postseason veterans but had to scratch and claw their way in on the final day
of the regular season. now it's one game for the right to advance and both teams will turn to their aces. >> we all have teams that you pitch well against and you have teams that kick your butt. maybe get them at the right time. there's always a number of things that lead to good starts. >> he we have five starters. they are gonna stick together, play together. we'll try to throw as many innings as we possibly can. we'll -- it's the only way to win. >> reporter: lester loves pitching against kansas city. he's 3-0 against them. he almost no-hit them in 2008. tonight will be his 14th career postseason appearance. we'll have complete coverage of the game. for now in kansas city, scott reiss, ktvu sports. >> and then scott will head to pittsburgh where the giants play. the winner of that game moves
on to play the washington nationals. the giants are opening up at&t park tomorrow 4:00 p.m. for any fans who want to watch the game on the big crean -- screen. >> keep our fingers crossed for the local teams. right now we want to check in with sal. sal? >> on the eastshore freeway. southbound 680 as you drive to concord, there was a crash in pleasant hill and unfortunately it's kind of a pesky thing. it won't go away. it's on the shoulder. people are slowing to take a look at it. that's why things are going to be a little bit slow. let's take a look at some live pictures that i have, the traffic here is going to be moderately heavy as you drive to the bay bridge toll plaza. someone asked me is it bad at the bay bridge?
no its what you would expect at the toll plaza with no major issues. i promised you the east shore. 44 minutes it keeps to get more and more slow, especially in rich mofnd, westbound between the carquinez bridge and the macarthur maze. your average speed is just down 25 miles an hour. plan accordingly. b.a.r.t., ac transit, caltrain, just checked with them. they are doing well. steve, you are watching baseball today. >> i thought we had our book club meeting. >> we'll have to cancel that. [laughter] >> okay. >> thank you, sir. low clouds around, gaby sanchez just sent me a message on facebook and said my daughter is 7. she wants to know what to wear to school. it looks pretty mild. happy birthday but it doesn't look very cool. so we have the fog but it's already going right down the coast on the sonoma coast. that's a sign of things to come. a few high clouds left over from a weak little system which is just flying into nevada.
a couple of high clouds overall, high pressure is on the way. you can see it over there. 50 santa rosa and novato. novato did make it down to 45. napa is at 46. a little chill in the morning. low 60s. oakland, sfo and also hayward. san jose at 55. livermore cool. walnut creek is in there. fairfield at 58. 51 menlo park. some coombness for others. yet belmont says 60. mid-50s los altos hills. la honda and foster city. 42, 48 tahoe and up to reno. 50 and 60 ukiah and sacramento. even southern california looking for the san jose winds and warm to hot. we'll have high fire danger. the low on friday, remember that, that's thunderstorms in napa and cordelia, that lit up and the cloud cover we had on the weekend. watch -- once it comes out of the rockies, it hits the low level jet coming up from texas and the gulf coast, does it enhance. they had high mountain snow. a lot of severe weather.
went into western kansas, nebraska, right now, it says i think i like rapid city. it's up there. that's a powerhouse system. for us things have calmed down. high pressure is building in. i don't want to say it will be large and charge but it will be in charge and it will give us a northeast breeze which means the coast will warm up. today is the tweener day. as we see the fog start to get chewed up. if there's any fog tomorrow, i don't think it will last long. thursday/friday, we get the offshore breeze and the fire danger goes up. even though we had a little bit of rain. the big news will be for the first couple of days of october, the records for october 2 and 3 go back to 1985. but the coast will be clear, dave. >> thanks, steve. >> the guy said the coast is clear. [laughter] >> it will be nice beach weather. punch line of my favorite joke. fog, sun, warm, near normal temperatures. 70s to 80s. 78 kentfield. mill valley, novato at 80.
penitentiary, 79. st. helena. danville, san ramon, 80. berkeley at 74. 76 san jose. 77 santa clara. cupertino and 70s or 60s for the coast, the peninsula and in the city. if you like sunshine and warmer temperatures, next couple days are to your liking. if not, sunday it will start to cool down. the security breach at the white house. it was worse than we thought. coming up in 20 minutes we'll take you live to washington, d.c. for a new disturbing -- for new disturbing details. thousands of protesters continue to block streets in hong kong. up next, this demands and the deadline they set for the government. insurance companies are spending millions of dollars
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at least one report says isis fighters were within two miles of baghdad. but u.s. airstrikes and the iraqi military stopped the advance, at least for now. isis is on the verge of capturing a northern city. the kurdish residents there are fearing a massacre if isis gets into their city. afghanistan's new government signs an agreement to allow u.s. troops to stay in the country beyond the end of this year. it comes a day after afghanistan's new president was sworn into office. this bilateral security agreement allows 12,000 foreign troops to remain in the country when the nato mission ends december 31st. about 10,000 of those troops listen from the u.s. 7:54. prodemocracy demonstrators in hong kong have set a deadline of tomorrow for a response from the government to meet their demands for reform.
thousands of protesters continue to block streets. take a look. a sea of life as they hold up their cell phones. the protesters are upset over a recent decision by china to choose the candidates for the election of hong kong's next leader in 2017. >> the main target is to have democracy, a true democracy. >> i've never seen this scene in hong kong before. it's similar to the student movement in china. >> britain returned hong kong to chai knee's rule back in 1997. 7:55. san francisco police chief greg suhr says six police officers fired 32 shots during last week's deadly confrontation with a carjacking suspect in the finance am district. police -- financial district. police are only identifying the suspect as a 34-year-old man. they say he carjacked an suv in richmond. he was chased by police across
the richmond/san rafael bridge and the golden gate bridge before he crashed. when people tried to help the suspect in the wreckage, he opened fire on them and barely missed hitting one man. >> he had said that he still had the taste of the gun powder in his mouth. that's how close he was to the suspect. >> chief suhr also showed a photo of the gun recovered from the scene. it's an antique russian resolver. 7:56. a settlement has been reached in the case of a 12-year-old girl hit and killed in novato. the accident happened two years ago on novato boulevard. hailey ratliff was on her bike after school when a speeding suv hit her. the suit claims the driver was going 65 miles an hour in a 45- mile-an-hour zone. as part of the settlement, the driver's employer and the city of novato will have to pay $1 million to the ratliff family. the city also agreed to
evaluate the safety of novato boulevard. >> that speed limit needs to be changed. perhaps a crosswalk put in, a stop sign, something, anything to keep them safe. >> hailey's parents and three younger brothers moved out of state of a her death. the ratliffs will be back in december to mark hailey's birthday and hope to see some road improvements by then. 7:57. we have developing news. a crash in san francisco and a police officer hurt while driering to work -- driving to work. sal has all of the details coming up. >> reporter: san francisco's ambulance shortage problem takes a new turn. this time it's the mayor's wife waiting for an ambulance. we'll tell you how long she had to wait and how the mayor around the fire chief are reacting this morning. good morning. we're still looking at a commute where traffic is getting buttier by the moment. even -- busier by the moment.
on 2." bad news for the oakland raiders' head coach after an 0- 4 start. dennis allen, the head coach, fired last night after an embarrassing loss last night to the miami dolphins. this and is the headquarters. brian flores is there. the raiders expected to hold a news conference in just a couple of hours. in two minutes from now, brian will join us live with more on the possible replacement coach, head coach. stay tuned. good morning. thank you for joining us. welcome to "mornings on 2." tuesday, september 30th. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. >> quick look at weather and traffic. we're about to start a new month. a little change in the weather. >> that's correct. today we start off with the fog. it's disappearing rapidly to the north. that's a sign of things to come. a lot of reports of drizzle from daly city, pacifica, half moon bay, el granada. some of that fog thick. it will burn off soon inland. high pressure is on the way. you can start to see it
beginning to nose in there. fast-moving system. 50s, 60s. a lot of 40s to the north. now they are right to the north. for some it's been on the mild. for others very cool. big difference between brentwood and pittsburg but 55, saran mown. 58 walnut creek. 56 in la fayette. you can see some of that fog. that's the signed of the north breeze -- sign of the north breeze kicking in. fog, sun, warm, 70s, 80s through the interior. 60s, 70s coast and bay. here's sal. >> we're looking at the toll plaza because a lot of people come through. if the toll plaza is bad, so are east bay commutes. this morning it's 30 minutes. you will be waiting on 580 after 24 and on 80 around the macarthur maze. 25-minute drive time into san francisco. no major problems, by the way. this is a look at san jose. it has started off as a good
commute but now every freeway is slow getting into cupertino and sunnyvale. 101 is solid from the capitol spri sproi capitol expressway. i want to go to developing news with a san francisco police hurst on his way home from work. there's the suv the police officer was driving. it looks like the injuries are not life-threatening but there is an investigation going on still. it's a guide area to avoid. you can see a large truck was involved and the treat was blocked. -- street was blocked. it may be for a while. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. we're following a new development in the ongoing dilemma involving san francisco's ambulance shortage. ktvu has learned that the mayor's wife was involved in an accident and waited longer than
she should have for an ambulance to arrive. tara, you just government new information. >> reporter: i spoke to the may poor's spokesperson as well as joanne hayes-white and both say the ambulances did arrive on time but the dispatch reports we have indicate otherwise. now, we want to take you to this foe though that -- photo that we received on mangles avenue and burnside. that's where a driver crashed into a parked truck yesterday afternoon. according to multiple sources the passengers in the wrecked car was mayor lee's wife, anita. we've learned that the mayor's life is okay. she initially had back pain and numbness and tingling. the driver was complaining of chest pain. two ambulances were called. a code three call considered life-threatening. both ambulances arrived more than ten minutes later. the city mandate says they should arrive in less than ten
minutes of the first ambulance was dispatched at 2:12 p.m. and arrived at 2:26. the second ambulance did not arrive until 2:37, a wait time of 23 minutes. that ambulance was reportedly for anita's friend. now, fire chief joanne hayes- white says the second ambulance was not called for until 2:31. the ambulance she said only six minutes. the mayor's office released a statement saying the mayor and anita thanked the first responders who provided excellent care of mrs. lee immediately following a car accident in which she was treated and transported to san francisco general hospital. mrs. lee was treated and released from sfgth. the mayor's spokesperson said both the mayor and his wife believe they received the appropriate level of response. the fire chief has been under fire for long response times. the union an employee work groups called for her
resignation last week. live from san francisco, tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. 8:04. new this morning, san francisco police are investigating a robbery and shooting near civic center plaza. it happened about 3:00 this morning at hide and fulton streets. police say the suspect confronted several men and demanded money and after taking cash he shot one of the men who was taken to san francisco general hospital. so far there's no word on his condition. after two full seasons with the raiders, the team has fired dennis allen. brian flores is live at raiders headquarters in alameda with what the team plans to did today. >> reporter: good morning, dc. the team plans to hold the press conference around 2:00 to formally announce the firing of dennis allen but announce who will coach the team on an interim basis. i just spoke with the pr person about an hour ago, they say
they will release a statement. talking about his tenure as coach. this was supposed to be the turnaround year for them. they brought in matt schaub, justin tuck, ma ease drums drew -- maurice drums drew. the team is 0-4. and then the loss against the dolphins in london last weekend. fox reports that allen was fired over the phone instead of being brought in for a face-to- face meeting. he was hand picked by reggie mckenzie two years ago. some say mckenzie is on the hot seat. there are reports that his job is safe. now the question is who will take over coaching duties. we understand that former miami dolphins coach tony soprona and
ail sanders are all being considered for coaching duties. fans are sounding off. one wrote on my twitter page, rm, meaning reggie mckenzie has to go as well. he's just as responsible for putting a poor product on the field. and another one, they should bring back a john gruden, whatever the cost. now, as for the timing, this comes during the raiders' boy week. the key for the raiders finding the coach that fits. 11 straight seasons without a winning record. this will be the team's eighth coach since 2003. we're live in alameda, brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, brian. in the meantime, 49ers' head coach jim hare bra is strongly denying that many of his players want him to resign.
that topic dominated his press conference over the victory against the steelers. deion sanders is among those reporting that tensions are boiling over between harbaugh and many of his veteran players. harbaugh did not mince words in response. >> i personally think that's a bunch of crap. i don't put a lot of credibility into the unnamed source. >> harbaugh is one of the most successful coaches in 49er history. he's now in the fourth season of his five-year $25 million contract with the team. 8:08. happening today, the san jose city council will consider another big crackdown on pot clubs. the city council will consider drastically raising the fines for owners who violate the city's tough new rules on medical marijuana dispensaries. the penalties could range from
$2500 to $50,000. right now a violation cost just $25. in july, the city approved tough, new rules that have forced most of san jose's dozens of pot clubs to close their doors. out of cash. california has already used up the $209 million budgeted for fighting wildfires this season. this week is the start of what is usually the worst part of the fire so son, the month of october. now, jerry brown has moved $70 million into the state's firefighting budget. the money comes from a special fund. calfire has responded to nearly 5,000 fires so far in clear. that's 1200 more than average. 8:09. getting from san francisco to the east bay after midnight on weekends will probably get easier later this year. according to the chronicle, b.a.r.t. is gonna run a test program that will add bus service to the pittsburg baypoint b.a.r.t. station with several stops at other stations along the way. up until now, many people had
to rush to try to catch that last train through the transbay tube by 12:26 a.m. the new program comes after complaints by riders that b.a.r.t. closes too early on the weekends, leaving many people stranded in the city. the extended hours will only be on weekends. the program is due to launch in december. 8:10. in two hours, microsoft could unveil a new version of its windows operating system. microsoft is scheduled to make an announcement in san francisco at 10:00 and most fans expect it will be the launch of windows 9. tech bloggers say it will be designed for use by corporate users, mobile devices and cloud- based services. just as a reminder, windows 8 left many users frustrated over the disappearance of the familiar desk stop and the start button. it's being called hottest ticket on the internet. it was created last year. however, it only recently
opened its doors on an invitation only basis. because of the limited supply and strong demands, some of the imtations have been sell on ebay for as much as $500. there are reportedly nearly 35,000 requests per hour. ello appears to have caught on with a simple message that seems to take aim at frustrated facebook users. the site says its to not sell ads or data to -- it does not sell ads or data to third parties. a serious overnight crash in san pablo. it ginnerred a car full of young women. coming up in 22 minute, the mistake the driver made minutes before she smashed into a median. a bay area stunt spinning out of control. what oakland police want plan to do to prevent sideshows. good morning, we're still looking at a commute that's pretty full strength unfortunately in san jose. all of the freeways are slow. we don't have any major crashes. we'll talk about this and some
kyla campbell is live in washington with the stinging criticism from congress and reaction from the secret service. kyla? >> reporter: the oversight committee chairman said the fence jumper breached at least five rings of security to get inside the white house. we're taking a live look at that hearing where minutes ago, secret service director pearson said it's clear the white house security plan was not properly executed. >> this is unacceptable and i take full responsibility. i will make sure it does not happen again. >> reporter: but congress wants more answers as to how this man armed with a knife jumped the fence and sprinted 70 yards to the front door without a dog being relessed on him and without an alarm sounding. he reportedly made it inside the white house past the stairway leading to the family quarters. agents finally stopped him in the east room. the first family had just left the white house minutes earlier. in the days following the incident administration officials praised agents for
using restraint. >> tremendous restraint is not what we're looking for. it sends a very mixed message. the message should be overwhelming force. >> reporter: pearson said there have been six fence jumpers at the white house so far this year. this latest one is due back in court on thursday. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. happening today, a new search is set to begin for the missing malaysia airlines jet, the one that fin vanish -- that vanished earlier this year. crews are using maps and focus on an area where the plane is believed to have run out of fuel and crashed. the crews will deploy two ships with sonar capability and will scan the water 16,000 feet deep to see if they can find any signs of that jet. an oakland cityman council said the sideshow problem is
rapidly spinning out of control. councilman larry reid is now calling on police to crack down on the dangerous stunts. this video posted on a hip-hop website shows one car that loses control right there and sliding into several spectators. not clear if anyone was hurt. reid said he called police to report a sideshow in his neighborhood saturday night. >> it was crazy. you've got 100 vehicles revving their engines and doing doughnuts in the parking lot. i just home there's more creative thinking within the oakland police department to help us to deal with it. >> oakland police don't know if this video is from the same sideshow that councilman reid reported saturday night. police also sent ktvu news this statement, "we take said show activity very seriously. as we grow the department and increase staffing, we will be able to redirect resources that can respond to sideshow
activity." the department also said it's reviewing video of this weekend's sideshow. sal is watching all. roads this morning. 280 and everything else. everyone behaving? >> it's slow, dave. i guess they are behaving but driving politely behind the car. we have a lot of slow traffic in san jose. as you can see, 280 is jam packed. 680. i can show up the map. this corresponds to all slow traffic. 280 is slow. 85 is slow. 101, i would say the slowest is 101. but all of them are really slow. if you are driving on 880 slow in both directions. most of the traffic is southbound 238 all the way down to the southern part of fremont. get over to the bay bridge toll plaza, that's a 30-minute plus delay. metering lights are on slow. they are trying to get a stalled vehicle off the bridge. it's very slow. let's go to steve.
>> thank you, sal. good morning. had more clouds yesterday. but already beginning to erode to the north along the sonoma coast. some of that fog is disappearing. but there's enough here that gives us drizzle reports on the san mateo coast. it's there but it's on its way out of the picture same with the system that's just drying right across nevada. you can see the signature right there. there it goes. high pressure is nosing in. as it does, it will give us more of a northerly breeze. 50s and 67 os. had a bunch of 40s this morning. including napa at 45. novato made it to 45. still low 50s. some locations never got below 60. a lot more 50s. now we're still seeing a few. menlo park is down to 51. that's probably about 30 minutes old. los altos hills, 56. upper 50s for foster city and belmont. 44 in tahoe. they did dip in the 30s. 46 in clearlake. some cool readings but it doesn't take long to start
warming up. this system begins to build in even though we are getting to october. if you get the north-northeast breeze, that's a sure sign that temperatures will rebound. the fog will get wiped out. it will take another day. low clouds, fog. cool temps. i just stepped outside, dave, and it's a little. you are right. >> i told you, steve. >> you weren't lying. low clouds are there. but i think by tomorrow if there's any fog it won't last long. warm to hot. that is if everything comes together. thursday and friday look to be the warmest days. if you get the north-northeast breeze, that means temperatures will be warming up not only inland but coast and bay. could be almost as warm as hayward and livermore by the time we get to friday. it looks like beautiful beach weather by friday. near normal temperatures. mild to warm. fog, sun. 80s for some. but they are low. 70s for many others. i mean, 79 san rafael.
petaluma, 79. upper 70s from yountville to napa. 80s, low mainly. san ramon, pleasanton. oakland 73. alameda, 72 degrees. 76. that's the spirit san jose, upper 70s. los gatos, saratoga. 60s, 70s on the coast after that drizzle disappears. daly city, pacifica. half moon bay. palo alto, mown low park -- menlo park. warmer tomorrow and the fog if there's any doesn't last. warm to hot thursday, friday. still warm on saturday and cooling begins on sunday. the federal government is poised to call timeout on an old nfl rule. what could get side lined for good and how it could affect local teams. an unprecedented new move to protect the environment. the nations first of its kind action that governor brown may support. [ male announcer ] automotive innovation starts...
welcome back. 8:24. today is governor brown's deadline to either sign or veto a new gun law bill. now, the bill would let family members ask a judge for a restraining order to keep a family member considered dangerous from having a gun. it was proposed after a deadly shooting in santa barbara where six people were killed, 13 others were hurt. before that rampage, the gunman's parents alerted deputies about his behavior. so deputies went to see him.
they determined he was not a threat. this proposed bill would make california the first state in the nation to let family members bypass law enforcement and directly ask a judge for a restrapping order -- restraining order. governor brown said he will probably sign a bill on single use plastic bags. the governor says that will help reduce litter. now, the bill would ban large grocery stores from carrying plastic bags beginning in july of next year. this would expand to smaller stores the year after. more than 100 cities and counties already have bans on plastic bags. your time is 8:25. a manhunt in palo alto hit a very unexpected snag. after the break, the way the homeowner unknowingly hid the suspect during the more than four-hour search. >> reporter: three young women rushed to the hospital after their car crashes during a
police pursuit in san pablo. we'll tell you about the crime those victims may have been linked to. >> still very slow traffic in many commutes out there. we're also looking at a new problem that popped up in san jose. here at the maze you will see new traffic. we'll tell you about that. still fog around. it's getting chewed up from the north. it's a sign of high pressure building in. warmer temperatures on the way. maybe not today but we'll show you what's in store for tomorrow.
a young woman. coming up in two minutes why the police were trying to pull them over in the first place and why a major injury accident investigation team spent several hours right there at that scene. stay tuned for all of the details. good morning to you. welcome to "mornings on 2." tuesday, september 30th. i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather and traffic. and steve's been working on your forecast. >> i'm looking nationally. there's rain west of pittsburgh but kansas city looks like the rain is lifting north. it should be okay. >> we have some fog on the coast. it's already getting wiped out to the north. but it's still there for some. it's gonna be with us today. tomorrow, it looks like there will hardly be any. had 40s on the temperatures. 50s on the temperatures. low 60s. 50s for many. 60s east san jose and san jose state. los gatos, 52. there were a few 40eds and low -- 40s and low 50s. fog, sun, mild to warm.
drizzle being reported on the san mateo coast. daly city to half moon bay. 60s, 70s coast and bay. 70s, 80s, interior. let's go to sal. the south bay is generally slow. we do have a crash reported here involving a pedestrian at the corner of cathay and newton. police are on the scene. it's a good area for you to avoid. the person was hit by a car. it's a good area to avoid in southeastern san jose, it's a cathay and newton. let's go to other pictures. the bay bridge toll plaza, you can see traffic will be busy. it's about a 25, 30-minute delay. 580 is slow and 880 getting slow northbound as you pass the coliseum. it sticks with you until the brick wall. 8:30. back to the desk. three young women including two teenagers were hurt last night in a crash in san pablo. it happened while the police
were trying to pull their car over. alex savidge joining us live now. you've been on this all morning. you know more details about why the drivers tried to take off. >> reporter: san pablo police say the car that crashed last night at the end of this pursuit turned out on stolen. you an officer was chasing that car up san pablo avenue last night and then right in this area near church lane, the driver of that stolen car lost control, hit the center median and then rolled at least one time. one of the three people inside that car was thrown out. this one car accident happened around 8:00 last night. there were a total of three victims taken to the hospital. two of them we're told are teenaged girls. one of them is a young woman according to police. one of the people involved in the crash is in critical condition at last check. the other two were treated and then released later from the hospital. this was all a brief pursuit or it began as a brief pursuit by
san pablo police. that pursuit started about a half-mile up the road from where the accident was when an officer tried to pull over this car for a vehicle code violation. but the driver then took off. >> at one point, it decided to accelerate and try to pull away from the officer. it appears the driver lost control of the vehicle, hit the center median and flipped the vehicle over. it all occurred under a half a mile and just under 20 seconds. >> reporter: police haven't been able to say at this point where the three victims involved in this crash are from. investigators are also looking to see if alcohol or drugs may have played a role in the accident. because this crash happened during a police pursuit, the chp's major accident investigation team was called out to collect evidence at the scene. this is a team that conducts investigations for various agencies with major injury accidents. the investigation here at this scene has clearly wrapped up.
and all of the lanes of san pablo avenue are back open this morning. we're live this morning in san pablo, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. >> all right. a woman is fighting for her life right now after being hit by a car while riding her bike in milpitas. it happened last night about 6:00 on montague expressway near great mall parkway. police say after the woman was hit, the driver sped away. witnesses played a big part in finding the car that hit the bicyclist. >> witnesses definitely did help with the providing information of the vehicle. >> about ten minutes later, police found the car. it was parked at the great mall. more information about what happened out there is expected to be released today. mountain view police have released new information about bizarre deaths of a father and son inside an apartment filled with gas. it happened last wednesday at an apartment on california
street. investigators now say one person took his own life and the death of the other was an accident. police and firefighters found the bodies of 53-year-old lee ann lu and, the son, william, inside the apartment along with chemicals that when mixed form a toxic gas. police have not said which death was a suicide and which death was an accident. a manhunt on the peninsula has ended after hours of searching. police say a homeowner turned and unking knowingly helped -- unknowingly helped hide the suspect. here's more. >> reporter: police are urging people this morning not to let strangers into your home. the suspect ended up tricking one of the residents who lives here on everett court. this is in a neighborhood that's just north of downtown and officers say that this person is lucky they weren't victimized by the suspect.
this is a photo of dominique arnette tabb. he had a warrant out for his arrest out of oklahoma for sex crimes with a minor. police received a 911 call around 5:00 after an employee from the bank of america on lytton avenue called to report that tabb tried to cash a fraudulent check. he ran away from the bank and hopped aence fence. officers called in kines and beyond a yard-to-yard search. after four and a half hours, he was spotted walking out of a home with a homeowner. when that officer approached, tabb started to running but another officer was able to catch him. the homeowner is a man in his 60s who said he found tabb in his backyard injured. he said he was jumped. he offered dinner and a ride to the train station. the homeowner got an alert
about the manhunt but didn't believe the suspect fit the description. >> we would discourage anybody taking a stranger in their house, this was a dangerous situation. fortunately, nothing bad happened. >> reporter: if you are a victim of a crime, call 911 and report it rather than letting that stranger in your home. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. 8:36. san jose voters will go to the polls five weeks from today. they will elect a new mayor as part of the november general election. san jose councilman sam liccardo is facing dave cortese in a race to become the leader of the bay area's largest city. now, last night, the two candidates squared off in a forum focusing on the big issues in san jose, public safety and pension reform. >> this issue of pension reform
is a deflection to take us what i think is the issue today in this city and that's public safety, the loss of over 400 police officers. >> our police department shrank by 323 officers before pension reform ever passed. it sh rank for one -- sh rank for one reason, we had no money. they say the election in november will hinge on out voters see how the two candidates are different on this reform issue. the race termed out chuck reed. the university of california wants to make the entire university system more welcoming to transgender students and employees. uc now plans to allow students to use their preferred name even if it's not their legal name. university is also looking to create more gender neutral rest rooms. these are two of the recommendations coming from a task force created by uc president janet napolitano. she says university of california should be the gold
standard. 8:37. this morning, san jose-based ebay announced it will spin off its pay pal division. ebay's chief expect differ officer says pay pal will become a publicly traded company sometime during the second half of next year. he said a review showed keeping pay pal as part of ebay beyond next year, would not be as much of a big advantage as it has in the past. there's been pressure from major investors to make pay pal a stand-alone company. wall street likes the news. right now ebay's stock is up almost 7%. one of san francisco's biggest conventions of the year is underway at moscone center. oracle openworld always brinks thousands of people from around the world in the city. this year 60,000 people from 145 countries are attending workshops and sessions. one of the hottest topics is how oracle co-founder larry ellison stepping down will
affect the company. at the same time, these conventiongoers are also affecting san francisco's economy. restaurants are full, hotels are full. a lot of special event venues are full. it continues to showcase san francisco as the center of innovation. >> last year's openworld prout in $100 million -- brought in $100 million. emily son kicked off the conference on sunday saying 2014 is an exciting time for oracle. 8:39. a strike in san francisco is imminent. coming up in 17 minutes, the group of workers threatening to walk off the job at any moment and hit the pickest lines. -- picket lines. >> reporter: it's been a critical problem in san francisco for months. ambulances taking too long to respond. now the mayor's wife is one of the victims. we'll tell you how long she had to wait and what the fire chief and mayor had to say about this this morning.
we have new crashes that have popped up. the commute in general is pretty slow. as you can see, the san mateo bridge looks slow heading to the peninsula. i will tell you about a new crash approaching the caldecott tunnel. last day of september, sunny for some, foggy kind of cool for others. we may not see fog tomorrow. the first part of october looking warm. we'll have details.
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welcome back. let's bring you up to date son on some of the top stories -- the oakland raiders will hold a news conference today. they will officially announce the firing of dennis allen. the raiders lost 48-13 to the miami dolphins over the weekend. it was their fourth straight loss of this brand new season. their 10th straight loss dating back to last season. later today, the city council will consider another big crackdown on pot clubs. they will consider drastically raiseth fines for owners who violate san jose's tough new regulations on medical marijuana dispensaries. penalties could range from $2500 to $50,000. and we are following a new development in the ongoing
dilemma involving san francisco's ambulance shortage. ktvu has learned the mayor's wife, mayor lee's wife was involved in an accident and waited longer than she should have for an an ambulance to get there. tara moriarty is joining us live with more on this report. good morning, tara. >> reporter: good morning. well, the mayor says that he and his wife believe that his wife received the appropriate level of care during an accident she was involved in yesterday. we also spoke with the fire chief who says that the ambulances did respond on time. but the dispatch reports that we obtained paint a much divet picture here are photos where the accident happened in the city's sunnyside district. a driver crashed into a parked truck yesterday afternoon. according to sources, the passenger in the wrecked car was mayor ed lee's wife, anita. the mayor's office said the first lady is okay. she initially had back pain,
numbness and tingling. the driver of the car was complaining of chest pain. two ambulances were called, a code 3 call, considered life- threatening. both ambulances arrived ten minutes later. the many date is less than ten minutes. the first ambulance arrived at 2:26 and there was a wait time of 12 minutes. the second ambulance did not arrive until 2:27 a wait time of 23 minutes. that ambulance was for the driver. joanne hayes-white says that second ambulance was not actually called until later. in reality, she says it only took six minutes. the first ambulance she said was dispatched as non-life- threatening. therefore, the ambulances were both on time in her opinion. the may poor's office released a statement saying both the mayor and first lady anita lee lanked first responders who provided excellent care of her in which she was treated and transported to san francisco general hospital. mrs. lee was treated and released from the hospital.
the fire chief has been under fire for long ambulance response times, the union and employee work groups have called for her resignation. that happened last week. we're live in san francisco, i'm tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. 8:45. happening today, putting an end to a 40-year-old rule but at whose expense? the nfl says the fans will lose, as ma'am cook reports, the league is making what some are calling a threat. good morning. >> the nfl is hinting that if this 40-year-old rule known as the blackout rule is repealed, it could mean fans would have to pay more to watch a file. the fcc will vote. the blackout starts in the 1970s as a way to encourage people to go to the games in person. the nkc says the nfl no longer
needs the help with -- the fcc says the nfl no longer need the help with attendance of the last time a raiders game had to be backed out was 2012. the raiders, 1981. they say if this blackout rule is out, it could drive games to cable networks. when the nfl rule began, ticket sales were actually a much bigger percentage of a team's income. today a majority of the income comes from television rights. >> thank you. the nfl is now saying kansas city chief safety abdullah should not have been penalized for dropping to his knees in prayer after an interception. the flag was thrown in the fourth vict quarter. abdullah is a devout muslim. and this touched off a firestorm of social media. many critics wonder how it was
dicht from players dropping to one knee in christian pray. >> that's a tough one. >> like tim tebow. >> yeah. 8:47. let's go to sal. the breaking news in san jose. new info about what was near the spot where someone was reportedly hit by a car? >> that's right. the elementary school near the corner of cathay and newton. let me put it up on the map. this is in eastern san jose. police are on the scene of a person hit by a car on cathay drive and newton avenue and it's right there. the major road nearby is story road. but it's near an elementary school. we're trying to figure out if this has affected the elementary school, if it was someone from there or perhaps just making slow traffic for people going to and from the area. we're trying to figure that out. i want to move the maps to something else now. westbound 24 at fish ranch there is a crash that was in the lanes but now it's on the shoulder. however, 24 is really slow as you drive up to the caldecott
tunnel. let's go to live pictures. this is 880 northbound. it's also slow getting up to the coliseum. southboundle 80 slow -- southbound 880 veries all the way into southern fremont. the toll plaza, we always look at this, still about a 25 to 30- minute drive into san francisco. now, let's go to steve. all right, sal. thank you. not much of a breeze. we have low clouds around. some fog, steve, in mount davidson said it's foggy. the fog looks like it's heading down the coast. it may take a while. it's a tine of things to come. had a fast-moving system. it's almost into utah. you get a good look at it right there. hot on its heels is high pressure. that's starting to build in. 50s, 60s. had 40s. a little chill in the morning air. had 50s around san jose, even
livermore is 54. but 59 half moon bay with some drizzle. low 50s to 40sle i know clearlake was 46. 51 angwin, calistoga was was down there, healdsburg, sebastopol. hail went through denver. i posted it on facebook. it looked like hail. they can get that from denver, from the same system we had. pittsburgh will get rain today. it looks lition tomorrow they will be -- it looks like tomorrow they will be fine. as in kansascy if -- kansas city, there's rain near toe pico. if it does make it, it will be the tail end dragging across. for us, we have fog. it's going down the coast. we have some fog, mild temperatures. overall, that system has accelerated out of the system. tomorrow there will be little
fog. warm it up, it looks warm to hot. as we get the offshore breeze. it looks like everything is setting up. it doesn't look like it will be crazy warm. we'll be warm to hot. if we can get all that in that north-northeast direction. that would mean 80s, 90s. we have fog, sun, warm. near formal temperatures today, mild cool to start. so 70s and 80s with those warm ocean temperatures. the coast is the place to be. san rafael, 79. sonoma at 79. low 80s for most. walnut creek is in there to clayton, concord, 70s male and oakland. 76 san jose, 82 morgan hill. 77 santa clara and cupertino. same for woodside, redwood city. upper 60s daly city, pacifica. warmer tomorrow and then warmer as we head into thursday, friday. still warm to hot on saturday. cooler sunday. >> all right. it was a picture-perfect moment for one couple when some uninvited guests showed up to
their wedding. the wedding took place in new jersey. the bride an groom were enjoying a meal when this herd of deer showed up. the photographer asked the couple to pose with them. they stayed long enough for the photos and the photos have gone viral. i have to say i was back to work this morning. deer went flying across the road. i had to slam on the brakes to avoid hitting them. be careful if you are driving. 8:52. another data breach to tell you about. this time it involves a company that bought safeway after the break, where shoppers may have been targeted and the info that may have been compromised.
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welcome back. prodemocracy demonstrators in hong kong have set a deadline of tomorrow for the government response to their demands for reforms. thousands of protesters still blocking the streets like this. this is incredible. a sea of lights they are holding up cell phones. the protesters angry about a recent decision by china to choose the candidates for the election of hong kong's next leader in 2017. >> the main target is to have democracy, a true democracy. >> i've never seen this sea in hong kong before but it is similar to the student movement in china 25 years ago. >> now, britain returned hong kong to chinese rule back in 1997. the protesters say china is
going back on its pledge to allow direct elections in hong kong. there's another data breach. this time affecting grocery stores across the country. the company this owns albertsons and supervalue stores says the problem started during late august or early this month. that's when malicious software was installed on networks that process credit and debit card transactions at some of its stores. the breach could affect shoppers in california and 20 other states. hackers may have taken names, account numbers and expiration dates. it's time for our ticket tuesday giveaway. five lucky viewers will win a family four pack of tickets to see disney on lies. it comes to the bay area next month. the event will be at oracle arena from october 8th through the 12th and the center in san jose from the 5th through the 15th and 19th. go to ktvu.com and click on ticket tuesday to enter your
chance to win. >> all right. let's go right back to sal. one more look at our commute. >> we're gonna focus in oakland here because at the toll plaza, we still have a lot of slow traffic this morning. westbound bay bridge, it will be slow here as you drive up to the toll plaza. a lot of people were delayed getting here. we've had a tough commute getting out to the tunnel. there are no major problems and also getting onto 880. let's take a look at 880 now. westbound -- i'm sorry, northbound 880 traffic is going to be slow as you come up there. come up to the caldecott ton. i want to take a quick look at highway 24 here. westbound, we had an earlier accident in the tunnel. look at that drive time, 26 minutes. boy, you gotta give yourself extra time. the traffic is very slow. let's go to steve. some fog, low cloud, otherwise sunny. had 40s, 50s and a few 60s but everyone is pointing toward the
fog getting chewed up and sunny and tomorrow we start off on a warmer pattern. even the coast. cooler by the weekend. but first week of october, first couple of days, warm to hot. >> thank you. that's our report for this morning. we thank you for making ktvu your choice for news. >> be sure to watch ktvu channel 2 news at noon. we'll have more on the news conference normally announcing the firing of raiders head coach dennis allen. we'll continue to follow the story and have updates at 5:00 and 6:00. thank you for joining us.
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