tv KTVU Mornings Weekend Edition FOX August 16, 2015 7:00am-10:01am PDT
this morning we're learning an indonesian airliner carrying 54 people has gone missing. the report coming out over the past hour, about what people say they saw and the searches being planned. >> the search is on this morning for a man considered to be armed and dangerous after yet another officer involved shooting. good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2", it's sunday, august 16th. i'm claudine wong.
>> i'm ross polombo. rosemary orozco is here. how are you? >> good. that smoke kept coming felt like. everybody was talking about how hazy and strange it was. people trying to escape it anywhere they could. >> and you couldn't. from pacifica to the east bay to the inner east bay. it was all over the place. the smoke is going to be a possibility again today. in fact haze in the forecast for your sunday. giving you a live look at the east bay hills and mount diablo, you can see a mix of clouds and sunshine. those fires burning to the north of us. sending that smoke our which. now that the winds shifted. and the winds are going to continue in the same direction coming from the north today. it will be tomorrow when we begin to see the onshore breeze back. in addition to the smoke, haze, the northerly winds, we have the heat that will continue for today. in fact temperatures are going to peak for many of us. a heat advisory is in place until 9:00 this evening for most of the bay area.
right along the coastline no advisory but the rest of us yes. starting warmer than yesterday by 4 degrees in oakland, hayward, mountainview. livermore by 7, only just slightly cooler this morning, areas around fairfield but napa and into portions of the north bay you're starting out above as well. here's a look at the numbers in and around san francisco, 61 san francisco. 62 redwood city. 54 hayward. low 60s walnut creek. areas around santa rosa, napa a little cooler, in the 50s. 56 now and 59 fairfield. 66 san jose. so temperatures going to soar once again. 100 degrees expected in the forecast. many areas here. we broke records yesterday. i'll show you some of the records and have the afternoon highs for today and show you when i expect to us cool down coming up in a bit. we're following a developing story of a missing airliner in southeast asia.
the indonesia carrier was flying in the eastern province of papua. the twin turboprop carried 49 passengers and five crew members, heading from the santani airport to the city of oksbui airport. there's no indication the pilot made a distress call but the plane was flying in heavy rain and fog. a police shooting killed one suspect, another on the loose in the south bay. it began at motel 6 in sunny veil. police arrived to check out a suspicious car in the parking lot, when they did two men jumped out and ran. one apparently tossed out a loaded gun clip and police opened fire and killed one. the other one got away. >> we are making contacts at homes with residents to make sure everybody's ok and he's not in a home. he could be in a backyard or in the air and we don't know.
>> -- in the area. >> police say they found a hand gun next to the body of the dead suspect. the second one is still on the loose and considered to be armed and dangerous. in antioch a car hit and killed someone walking on highway 4, happened just 1:00 in the morning on the lone tree off-ramp. several lanes of traffic were shut down during the investigation but at this moment all those lanes are now back open. as we mentioned it was hard not to notice the smoke in the air yesterday and you should expect the same today. today is a spare the air day and because of that is -- all because the smoke is coming from the jerusalem fire. it was so thick yesterday many people were convinced there was a fire in the bay area but it's actually the wind blowing the smoke from lake county. it was especially thick along the peninsula and in contra costa county. yesterday in the early afternoon we took a view from the traffic camera on highway 24 and 680 and you could barely see mount diablo wimp is only five miles away. >> i think most people are
concerned about the haze because it's sort of unusual. we've managed to escape a lot of the impacts from the wildfires until now. but all that we need is a change in wind direction and then we get it. >> check out this picture, that hazy sky did create a beautiful sunset. this was a look at the oakland estuary yesterday and in the south bay there was a bright orange sun, finally a look across the bay at the sun as it set over the golden gate bridge. you couldn't see the bridge though because of all the smoke. here's how it looks now outside. this is highway 24, as it rolls through lafayette towards walnut creek. unless the winds bhoa the other way the smoke is expected sob to thick in -- to be so thick in central contra costa it will make it difficult for airplanes in buchanan field and concord. a jumbo jet airtanker is helping to save homes near the chelan, washington area, east
of seattle. several people including a news photographer were covered in the sticky stuff. the sheriff's department says at least 50 homes burned and the fire continues to spread. it was believed to have been started by lightning. that young firefighter killed fighting his first wildfire is being remembered for his dedication. 21-year-old michael halen beck was laid to rest yesterday near his hometown in el dorado county. a falling tree killed him more than a week ago during a fire near echo summit. crews from around the state came out to honor his service. >> it's a tough business that we work in. it has extreme dangers associated with it. >> hallenbeck's co-workers say his energy and commitment were inspiring. even at training exercises. >> he had us walk over and put his hand on his shoulder because he had his head down
and going. tell him mikey, we're done, it's ok. have a seat. take a break. he just wanted to keep going, he was passionate. >> family and friends say he loved being outside and say he was full of fire and ice. his twin passions were firefighting and snowboarding. we're also learning that julian bond, former naacp chairman died. passed away last night in florida after a brief illness. bond led the organization for 10 years but decided to retire in 2010. he also served in the georgia state legislature and was a professor at both american university and the university of virginia. bond was 75 years old. we're learning more about a crash that killed two people and injured two others on highway 101 near geyserville friday night. according to the press democrat the two people injured in the crash are a father and daughter from cloverdale who are both in critical condition. 50-year-old richard anderson and his 18-year-old daughter were driving north on the highway when a ford pickup
slammed into their jeep. the chp says the truck veered the center median from the southbound lanes and then a third car crashed into both vehicles. the ford pickup driver and his passenger died at the scene. a two-week long manhunt in central california is over. sheriffs' deputies believe they have shot and killed 34-year- old fugitive benjamin peter ashley. they've been looking for him since last month when he was suspecting of squatting in a cabin and taking three hostages. investigators say he later killed a man and shot and wounded two deputies. a man matching his description was on a rural road last night. authorities ordered him to stop but say they shot him when he took out a gun. an autopsy will be performed tomorrow to determine that he is the person killed. in vallejo the water finally back on for thousands. temporary repairs were made on a huge watermain break a few hours ago after finding a 10- foot crack in the line. at this hour the water may still be a little murky or
taste funny but officials say that is normal. and safe. >> the water is safe to drink. we want to emphasize that. >> during the break with fire danger high and water pressure low firefighters weren't taking any chances yesterday. they brought in water trucks from surrounding agencies. those rigs hold between 2,000 and 3,000 gallons each. >> they can be here for days if it goes that long. we're not anticipating it going that long so we're hopefully just anticipating keeping them here for about 12 to 14 hours. >> there weren't just precautions for property but people as well. crews also handed out free water bottles at two fire stations. talk about coming out of the gate running, lots of buzz about jared and his performance in the 49ers preseason opener. keep in mind this guy never played football before. hayne is a former australian rugby star, was trying to make the switch to american football and last night against the houston texans, the
runningback's second carry of the game, ran 53 yards down the left sideline. had five carries for 63 yards and also stood out on special teams, ran back the kickoff for 33 yards. side arm there. and had two punt returns totaling 24 yards. >> i -- it's a thirst. we're back on next week and it's going to be different. the whole experience is something to look forward to. >> hayn's performance trended on twitter. as for the rest of the team, kaepernick competed one of three passes and gabbert fared much better, 8-11 pass as including one touchdown. in the end they fall fell to the texans 23-10. the 49ers are home next sunday against the cowboys. some calling it air- pocalypse. details on the cause coming up. >> first, big bird is in the
air and on the move. the new television address for "sesame street" coming up. >> if you're looking for a way to enjoy this warm weather how about a free sailboat ride? i'm in. >> i'm in. let's go. >> free rides from 1:00 to 4:00, university avenue. you're advised to get there early to secure a spot because no document everyone wants to -- no doubt everyone wants to take one.
listening to conway at con -- conway twite. i see the want in your eyes. a little tribute to "family guy" i'm told. ok, not everybody. just ken. good morning to you. another hot hazy day in store. i'll detail the pattern in place for sunday coming up. new concerns this morning about that deadly disaster at the northeastern chinese port city. small blasts are still going off in that disaster zone. a warehouse full of toxic chemicals first exploded wednesday, now there's word there could also be a million and-a-half pounds of sodium cyanide in the area. the china premier arrived at the blast site today. the government is still refuting reports of mass evacuations. >> this information is not accurate. there are no plans to evacuate
people. at present there are no plans to evacuate people. >> meanwhile relatives gathered outside of a hotel today demanding answers from the government. some waving photos of the damage to their homes. there are bits of good news though. rescuers found a 50-year-old man yards from the blast site. apparently survived by hiding in a shipping container. japan is warning a highly active volcano could soon erupt. now raising the alert level to the second highest possible. the volcano is located off the southwestern coast of the country, residents have been evacuating all weekend long. it's just 31 miles from a nuclear plant that just went on- line. the nuclear plant is the first to reopen in japan since the 2011 earthquake and tsunami there. the faa says a technical problem that caused delays all along the east coast has been resolved now but many travelers still scrambling to get where they were trying to go yesterday when that automation problem cropped up. the faa says the issue was
traced to a computer system that handles high altitude traffic from florida to maine. investigators are still looking for what caused the problem. it had a lot of east coast travelers rethinking their trips altogether. >> we now have to try and get a us about, it's going to be 18- hour trip. >> we were going to see a sick relative so it's pretty impactful. >> the faa doesn't believe it was an accident or hackers but still looking for exactly what triggered the malfunction. all flights sped expected to be back on schedule today. can you tell me how to get to "sesame street"? the address changed, it's moving from pbs to hbo. the program now has a five-year deal with the cable network and it will also be available on hbo go and hbo on demand. the deal will allow the show to now double its content. and there's going to be a spinoff show and new educational series. it starts this fall and after a 9-month period those shows will also be available for free back
on pbs. today is national roller coaster day. did you know that? >> i did. i didn't know. that >> i didn't either but apparently it is and there's a big celebration at six flags discovery kingdom in vallejo. but for some rolf coast fans the day is -- roller coaster fans the day is bittersweet. today's the last day "roar" is running. 10 stories tall and goes 55 miles per hour. six flags says it's a big hit with park guests but it's time to build something new in its place. details on the new ride have not yet been announced though. fox 2's paul chambers is headed to the park and will have a live report coming up a little later this morning. >> wait, did i know, because we talked about sending him there. i thought that was the best thing ever because i can't wait to see paul ride roar. i love that ride. it's old-school. all rickety and wooden. >> bumpy.
>> doesn't shoot you upside down and loopy and backwards and forwards, but -- >> exciting nonetheless. >> big and loud and you walk away with a headache, not a stomach ache. >> right. best ride ever. >> then have funnel cake and it's great. what is the weather going to be like on the top of the hill this morning? >> it's going to be hot in vallejo today. it's a rare occasion when you go to discovery kingdom and it's hot. you're going to be in the water today. 90 degrees, a live look here as we take -- wow, that's a beautiful shot. we've been giving you picture after picture after picture of hazy smoky sky but this actually looks beautiful and golden. starting the morning looking at the bay bridge and across the bay. look how still that water is. the winds light, from the north. we talked about breaking records yesterday and here they are. one, two, three, four, five, six. santa cruz 101 degrees
yesterday. that's even hotter than the models had expected. look at sfo, 92. low 90s in oakland, mountainview 95. monterey hit 90, salinas 91. today's a spare the air alert. anchors talked about it earlier. let's look at what you can expect tore -- for your area. air quality moderate for the north bay, coast, central bay, into the inner east bay as well as the santa clara valley. we're above that 100 mark. meaning a bit unhealthy especially if you're very sensitive to the pollution, to the smoke. if you have asthma, respiratory issues this is for you, it's for everybody but especially for you. 56 degrees now in napa. 62 san francisco. livermore 67. some of us never really cooled off last night. hayward 64. into the afternoon even hotter today for many of us. 99 for sonoma. 99 napa. upper 90s for salve self. closer to the water -- san rafael. closer to the water 85 for sausalito. north bay coastline the only
area today without a heat advisory, 92 in oaklands for the afternoon. we have 103 danville. look at the triple-digit heat across the inner east bay. 104 livermore. 105 antioch. into the south bay 103 morgan hill. 96 san jose. 94 sunnyvale this afternoon. 93 for santa cruz. 94 redwood city. 90 san mateo. san francisco 84. the forecast for you this afternoon mid-70s pacifica, daly city, halfmoon bay. with the winds still in the same direction we can expect the fires from the northern california area to be blowing that smoke our direction, or the winds will be bloke the smoke i should say. the extended forecast with the bay area weekend in view temperatures going to be hottest today, begin to fall off tomorrow. and they just keep going down which is some good news at least for the folks that don't like the heat back in the low 90s by tuesday, wednesday and into thursday. i think by tomorrow, sometimes
we have what we call baby steps into the cooling trend. the coast fills at first, bay the next day, inland areas will eventually get it. it's going to be one of those days. >> i was out late afternoon yesterday and talked to someone how still it felt. so hot and thick out there. >> even though we had a record temperature in the city it was nice. it was perfect, except for the haze from the smoke. the temperature was perfect. you could tell everyone was enjoying it. >> thank you. who is going to get that coveted surfboard tonight at the teen choice awards? final preparations are underway for the awards show where america's teens america weigh in. >> meet "nina," our "pet of the
your home? >> he called his cat inside and took pictures. there's this cute head trying to get in that door. apparently that bear too big for the cat door. >> thank god. >> the cat looks very concerned, can you see? she's about to take a nap. the cat as owner thinking maybe the cat has had earlier experience with bears. he spotted some scratch marks on the outside of his condo before. hello. is there food in here? >> might be time to move. it's a long overdue reunion for a military family and its dog. take a look. >> hello. >> look. >> oh. >> aw. that woman is so happy. that dog certainly is happy too. it's the first time in four years this has happened. four years ago this chief warrant officer and his family saw their dog "zeus" in 2011,
stationed in georgia, transferred to south korea and "zeus" couldn't go with them. a year later they got a call saying zeus had died but last month they got another call saying zeus had been found roaming the streets in north carolina. his microchip led him back to his family who is now living in washington state. >> there's to -- no words that can describe the feeling now. it's amazing and it's awesome, a blessing at once. >> a worker at a north carolina vet's office drove zeus across 12 states to see his family's new home. this morning the family says it's still not sure why they were told zeus had died but also say at this point they are just happy he's alive and now with them. >> looks pretty happy too. final preparations being made for tonight's teen choice awards. the show celebrates the hottest young stars in television, movies and music. winners are chosen by teen fans and receive the coveted
surfboard award. this year's ceremony is being hosted by ludacris, gina rodriguez and josh beck. >> what is really cool is we're covering every sort of pop culture event for teens, be it music, tv, movies, social media. so i feel like everyone's going to be able to tune in for something. >> grammy award winner robin thicke and an english girl group honored to perform. >> we're honored to perform here. we were nominated for a few. >> just a few? >> watch the teen choice awards here on ktvu tonight at 8:00. the story of rap's mote notorious group is blowing up the weekend box office. "straight outa compton" talks about the rise from hollywood to the hood, or the other way
around. expected to earn $57 million this weekend. "the men from uncle" and "mission impossible rogue nation" are also drawing enormous audiences. i need to see one of those. police say it started with a stolen car but didn't end there. what we are learning about two suspected car thieves and why they crashed into police cars and how they were finally brought to custody. >> donald trump has big plans for his campaign. up next find out the dollar amount he says he has no problem spending in his attempt to get into the oval office. >> we're keeping an eye out for different events around the bay area. eats, beats and brews from noon to 6:00 in berkeley. salsa, music, food, local breweries, admission is free.
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hotter today than yesterday for many of us. we'll look at the numbers in a few minutes. >> haze -- dirty haze. >> never going to give it up. >> never going to let you down. >> thank you. >> can i finish that? can i sing it? so -- temperatures still up today? still hot. >> still hot today. >> relief is in sight? >> yes. i am tracking a cooling trend, for the week ahead. isn't that funny when 90 is relief and cool? all relative. heat advisory in place for every place away from the north bay coastline for today. that will last until about 9:00. so we are gearing up for another warm one. 4 degrees warmer to start the day in oakland and hayward and areas around napa, livermore by
7, san jose by 5. areas to the north bay, san jose just a tad warmer than where we were 24 hours ago. 59 degrees in fairfield. 56 napa. 56 santa rosa. along the peninsula, low 60s, san francisco, redwood city. 66 san jose. in the east bay 67 already outside your door in livermore. we'll look at a few more numbers. 62 antioch. 62 danville. we had a little fire burning earlier in the east bay. east bay hills in the berkeley area. the winds are light but still very mild out there, very dry as we know. here's a look at the futurecast model, fire danger will continue for today. you've got 60s and 70s at the coast. 80s in san francisco. 80s and 90s down along the peninsula. you get into san jose, it's a hot day. you get south of san jose that shade of pink indicating 100 for many of us.
look at the pink for the inner east bay. we have widespread triple-digit heat for the inner east bay. when we come back i'll put numbers on the screen and show you what you can expect for the afternoon today and as we mentioned before tracking a cooling trend. coming up. 7:30. here's a look at some of the top stories. an indonesian government official just announced the reck wrath from the missing airplane has now been spotted but an official search suspended because of the darkness and weather. this is a past picture of the twin turbo trop plane that disappeared flying in northeastern indonesia today in bad weather. 54 people were on board. right now no word as to whether there are any survivors. of course we'll update this story throughout "mornings on 2". today is a spare the air day because of all the smoke heading our way from the jerusalem fire in lake county. the wind changed direction and is now blowing south sending smoke from the 25,000-acre wildfire down to the peninsula
and towards contra costa and solano counties. air quality is likely to remain smoky until the winds final change direction again. police are still looking for a second suspect in connection with an officer-involved shooting. police responded to a report of a suspicious car at a motel 6 yesterday. they arrived and an officer shot and killed an arm suspect in an confrontation, the other suspect got away. a $15,000 reward being offered for a person that shot and killed a man in his home during a burglary. police say 59-year-old hung van do was found dead wednesday morning on his apartment on championship street. it's believed he woke up when the break in happened and was shot when he possibly confronted the burglar investigators say 24-year- old roy spotwood and 24-year- old randy gonzalez were in a stolen car.
police say they tried to pull them over but kept going purposely hitting the patrol car before crashing into another car. they ran off but were arrested a short time later. this morning vice president joe biden is offering solace to the families of five service members killed in tennessee exactly a month ago. a public memorial was held in the city of chattanooga for the four marines and one sailor. as tradition was a battlefield cross for each service member featuring their picture, helmet and boots. biden calling each man a hero. >> being a sailor and marine is not what they did. it's like all of you, it's who they are. >> biden also praises each man's family for their courage in dealing with the loss. five service members were killed during an attack in two military centers july 16th. a gunman killed by police during a shootout. the california state legislature reconvenes tomorrow and they are going to have less than a month to get bills
passed before the regular session ends september 11th. on the agenda, proposals to raise the gas tax and vehicle registration fees for road and highway improvements. other issues include health care, climate change and possibly raising the state's legal smoking age to 21. it was who's who at the state fair in iowa with several presidential hopefuls making a stop in the all important caucus state. among those attending, hillary clinton and bernie sanders and gop hopefuls jeb bush and donald trump. karl cameron is on the campaign trail in des moines. >> food, farm animals, carnival rides, presidential candidates. hillary clinton, lincoln chaffee and bernie sanders, on the republican side, donald trump, rick santorum. clinton addressed the e-mail scandal after turning her personal server to the fbi this week. >> facts are i did not send nor receive material marked classified. >> flying into the fair in his
personalized chopper frontrunner donald trump called the e-mail issue a big problem. >> if you look at general petraeus he had a tiny fraction of what she has and they destroyed his life virtually. so, i think she's got some very big problems. >> reporter: jeb bush got hit from the right and left with both trump and clinton going after him about what he said about iraq. >> in 2009 iraq was fragile but secure. it was mission accomplished in the way that there was security there. >> i find it somewhat curious that jeb bush is doubling down on defending his brother's actions in iraq. >> he made statements over the last couple of days that are incredible trying to justify the war in iraq, can't be justified. >> reporter: after clinton and trump left the fair in came democratic candidate bernie sanders. >> i apologize, we left the helicopter at home. everybody said this campaign was a joke! who believes that the american people are prepared to take on
the economic and political establishment of america? >> the ohio state fair will have more than one million people attending in the course of 10 days. the caucuses are next february. carl cameron, fox news. donald trump says he's win to spend $1 billion of his own money to win the white house. that is how much president obama and republican mitt romney raised for their 2012 presidential race. someone asked trump during a q and a session if he would spend $1 billion he said yes and added "i make $4 million a year so what difference does it make"? hundreds turned out for the back-to-school celebration and backpack giveaway in the san francisco bayview district. 1,800 students received supplies to get them ready for the new school year but the event was about more than just backpacks. organizers say students and their families also had the chance to visit booths for a
broad range of services. >> time for community partners that serve the area to come out, share resources resources with the families here and and get the word out for the after school programs too. >> san francisco police chief greg sur and the assemblyman were also on hand to talk to kids and motivate them for the school year. tomorrow's the first day the classes at san francisco public schools. other districts starting classes tomorrow include the schools in fremont union high schools, high schools in palo alto, los gatos, saratoga and cupertino. the giants and as on the opposite ends of the broom. the giants sweep the nationals, beat them for a third straight game last night. matt duffy had the double in the third and cleared the bases. giants scored six runs off gonzalez but didn't stop there. they scored six more runs to beat the nationals 12-6. the as need to win today or they will get swept by the
baltimore orioles. they lost to baltimore last night. as had the 3-0 lead with home runs and josh reddic -- but baltimore rallied with three home runs of their own including two blasts by first baseman chris davis. his second home run was a walkoff giving the orioles the 4-3 win. an embarrassing run-in on the football field for an nfl coach. what happened on the the sidelines during 103-yard kickoff return? >> check this out. our resident daredevil volunteered for a motocross lesson. hear from the woman who thinks all girls are comfortable on two wheels.
good morning. haze in the sky. another scorcher on tap for our inland community. temperatures today even holter than yesterday for some. have a look at current conditions and what you can expect. of course air quality an issue as well for today. more on this in just a bit. an nfl coach who is not popular with many bay area fans had an embarrassing run-in on the sidelines. the seahawks were hosting denver and during the second quarter tyler locket takes the kickoff. official eugene hall running down the sidelines keeping his eye on the play runs into the
seattle head coach. pete carroll. hall doesn't miss a beat and throws it but carroll is sent flying. the penalty was on carroll who was supposed to stay out of the way. he was not hurt but was embarrassed. the touchdown still counted but denver ended up winning 22- 20. the first woman to race a motorcycle on the indianapolis motor speedway and represents the u.s. in qatar. also runs girls camps and all female school in petaluma. rosemary orozco was put to the test. >> tell me about your camp. >> i'm a professional motorcycle racer, i decided i wanted to bring a little bit of what i do to other girls that are interested in motorcycles. so i started girls moto camps. we teach skills on bikes, give them confidence on a motorcycle and we try to bring them to the next level of riding. >> reporter: what is the age
range? >> it's for all ages. we range mostly between 20s and 30s but it's for everybody. >> reporter: we were talking a little bit about just boys and girls, you say girls actually learn differently. >> yes. that was part of the mindset of starting up girls' moto camps. we want to know more. we ask more questions. we want to know how and why and what happens if. i like to take the time to break it down for the girls and teach them on a level i know that girls learn on. >> reporter: for me probably the biggest challenge is -- not stalling on the bike. >> that's one of the first things you have to learn. we teach clutch control first things first. if you know where the clutch is it's going to get you through a lot of troubles on the bike. i find that a lot of people that have been riding for a long time aren't comfortable using the clutch. at every level you can still improve. so we start that at every camp. >> reporter: girls are excited
at the camp. i bet by the time they get ready to get on the bike they are nervous? >> we have all the protective gear, top of the line stuff. make sure they have good helmets and solid boots and back protectors protect and everything because when they crash, not if they crash but when they crash they will be able to get up and get back on. it's overcoming the fear. >> reporter: all right. let's do this. i'm ready. >> i'm going to start but a helmet. put this on. you have your boots. i'll see you in a minute. ♪ >> first thing, scoot forward on the seat. let's get the bike upright. that's your clutch. that's your friend, ok? you want to straddle that? there you go. next step is -- we're going to start it -- good job!
>> reporter: i'm a natural. ♪ get out on the highway♪ ♪ looking for adventure♪ ♪ whatever comes my way♪ >> i have to say, i want to say i didn't stall once. i was so proud of myself. >> and you didn't fall off. >> i didn't tip the bike. >> you kickstarted and took right off. you look like a natural. >> it was not my first try but the only one the photographer got thankfully. she's completely awesome. she was a great instructor. in fact after a little while i really got the hang of it. look at the video. >> your cool factor just went up.
>> she said i could try the jump if i wanted to. it was really cool. >> wow. is that chelsea? >> thank you so much. she was a great instructor. my biggest fear, stalling and tipping the bike. if you go too slow you're going over. it's a dirt bike but the reason why she teaches you on a dirt bike, number one it's lighter, cheaper because you're going to crash eventually. hopefully not, to hurt yourself but if you do you don't want a big expensive street bike. >> wouldn't you love to see someone like her, so charismatic, obviously makes you feel very comfortable quickly. she was fun to liz listen to, for young girls to be inspired by sports that are male- dominated. >> would you buy a bike now? >> i definitely want to. i want to ride more. >> mission accomplished. >> it was a lot of fun. we're getting you a go pro. we want to see the ride next
weekend. >> you want to ride on the back? >> i'll get on the back. we're ready. >> a wheelie maybe. >> then we fall. how's our weather? it was hazier earlier. >> i want to say a nice day for a ride, maybe not so much with the smoke and the haze. it's going to be warm as well. over the east bay hills, air quality moderate for most of us but for the inner east bay as well as into the south bay just slightly unhealthy for what we call the sensitive groups meaning if you have asthma, respiratory issues, something to be aware of. look at the clouds moving through. you may also notice those in the live cameras or outside your window. mid and high level clouds rolling past, from the pacific. if i back it upa little this is the ridge of high pressure that pushed our way and cut off the onshore breeze and brought us the very hot weather. look at that circulation around it. you can see how and why those clouds are coming our way off
the coast. so we are going to continue with the partly cloudy skies for today. we're going to continue with the hazy sunshine and the bad air quality for some. we have winds that are fairly calm out there. want to squeeze in just a little bit. winds aloft continue to be from the north. even though napa is calm you can see the arrow in this direction. we've been talking about the fires over northern california and why all that smoke came drifting our way yesterday and will continue to do the same. if you notice again if the winds are coming from this direction it's easy to see why the fires to the north of us and smoke, yeah, coming our way. not the fire but the smoke. 4 degrees now -- 64 degrees. 56 napa. 62 san francisco. 67 livermore and 66 san jose. these numbers are up by a few degrees over yesterday morning. for the afternoon up as well. 98 petaluma. 98 san rafael. upper 80s in richmond for the afternoon. upper 80s to low 90s for the east bay shoreline. really hot in danville today,
103. 105 brentwood. 104 livermore. once you get above 95, closer to 100 it's just hot. 103 morgan hill. can't escape the heat in the peninsula, 95 palo alto. not bad in san francisco, warm day, 84 san francisco. 76 halfmoon bay. we have a cooldown coming our way. it will be a gradual one especially for the folks who probably want it most. inland communities. tend to get that cool onshore breeze last. it will come to the coast tomorrow. inside the bay we'll begin to cool off as well. it will take a few days before inland communities really begin to see the temperatures drop. >> the smoke is not that bad. we do get the amazing colors. >> yes. it does provide that. >> thank you. the force is coming to the
hundreds came out to richmond to break the world record for the most rosy the riveters. we don't know if it was a world record but yesterday was success. the women wearing these bandanna were actually working in world war ii. >> i was doing the same work my husband was doing for the same pay he was getting. it dissolved our marriage because men at that time expected to be the head of the household. and so it was a major transition for women and men. i thoroughly enjoyed being a welder. i really enjoyed it. i had never had money in my
hand before. >> they changed history. my sister by the way is a welder, underwater welder. yeah. the old record was set in michigan when 776 people dressed up as rosies and an organizer with yesterday's event said more than 800 people showed up. officials with guinness will look at the photos from the event to see if the record was in fact broken. >> cool. let's talk disneyland. and disney world, they are going to soon host some of the last civilized outposts before stepping into deep space. both u.s. theme parks are expanding to include "star wars"-themed attractions. they will each be 14 acres, where guests can get behind the controls of the millennium falcon as well as battle for leadership of the galaxy. also a launch bay where new and favorite "star wars" characters interact with fans. disney hasn't announced when the new "star wars" land will open. there's a space race underway, private companies are
trying to be the first to commercialize space this. year an a nevada corporation is developing the dream chaser, a craft that looks a lot like nasa's original space shuttle but smaller, instead of landing at kennedy space center i could land at smaller airports with shorter runways. experts say it's only a matter of time before some airports are also spaceports. >> one thing i will say with certainty, is that we will send more humans into space in the next five years than we have in the past 50. >> studies are already underway at the huntsville, alabama, airport to see how spacecraft landing could affect current air traffic, runways and the environment. that is a different approach. >> sign me up. coming up -- the water is finally back on for people in vallejo this morning. coming up at 8:00, the repairs on a large watermain break and
served in the state legislature and chairman of the naacp. how julian bond is being remembered this morning. >> with the heat and smoky conditions officials have declared it a spare the air day. up next, a look at the conditions this morning. where all that smoke is coming from. good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2". thank you for joining us. it's sunday, august 16th. i'm claudine wong. >> good morning, i'm ross polombo. let's check the forecast with rosemary, hot and hazy today. >> that sums it up. hoses and temperatures are expected to peak. if it's been too hot for you we do are v a cooldown expected as we head into the business week. as soon as tomorrow temperatures are going to begin to cool off a bit. live look there at mid and high level clouds overhead this morning. in addition to the smoke and haze coming our way from the
fires burning over northern california and jerusalem fire as well. so for today, heat advisory in place. national weather service has decided that the entire bay area at least away from the north bay coastline will have the heat advisory until about 9:00 which means it's going to be so hot and hazy it could actually make you sick. so just be careful. of course limit outdoor activity in the hottest part of the day if you can. bodega bay to inverneness and sausalito about the only areas not with the heat advisory for today and into the afternoon. right now temperature up over yesterday by a few degrees. we're starting with 71 in livermore. just a quick rebound expected today. 67 oakland. 65 napa. 64 san francisco. upper 60s mountainview as well as san jose. the last half-hour we went to the east bay, this time we'll cruise along the peninsula. 63 san mateo. 60 menlo park. 63 palo alto.
59 in woodside and over at halfmoon bay 54 degrees outside as well. today 74 pacifica. 80 san francisco. upper 80s for the bay shoreline -- east bay shoreline. 100s for the inland communities. more on that in a minute. including the records we broke yesterday. back to you. we're following developing news in southeast asia where a commercial plane crashed in eastern indonesia. a government official just told reporters the wreckage has been spotted. the air service was flying from northeastern -- in the northeastern province of papua to the nearby city when the contact lost control with the aircraft. this is a photo of the twin turboprop plane that went down. it was carrying 44 adults, five children and five crew members. villagers say they found the wreckage but no word yet if
anyone on the plane survived. rescuers will head to the area at first light tomorrow though there's no indication that the pilot made a distress call the plane was flying in heavy rain and fog. police shoot and kill one suspect and another is on the loose this morning in the south bay. it began at a motel 6 in sunnyvale. police arrived to check out a suspicious car in the parking lot. then two men jumped out and ran. one tossed a loaded gun clip as he ran. police then opened fire and killed one. the other one though got away. >> we are making contacts with residents to make sure everybody's ok and he's not in a home. he could be in a backyard or in the area, we don't know. >> this morning police now say they did find a handgun next to the body of the dead suspect. the second suspect who is on the loose this morning is still considered to be armed and dangerous. >> a two wyck long manhunt in central is over. sheriffs' deputies believe they shot and killed 34-year-old
fugitive benjamin ashley. they've been looking for him since last month when he was suspected of squatting at a cabin and taking three hostages. investigators say he later killed a man and shot and wounded two deputies. a man matching ashley's description was walking on a rural road last night. authorities ordered him to stop but say they shot him when he took out a gun. an autopsy will be performed tomorrow to confirm the person killed was ashley. we're learning more about a crash that killed two people and injured two others on highway 101 near geyserville friday night. according to the press democrat the two people injured are father and daughter from cloverdale. both in critical condition. 50-year-old richard anderson and his 18-year-old daughter abby were driving north on the highway when a ford pickup slammed into their scwhreep. the chp said the truck veered into the center median from the southbound lanes, then a third car crashed into both vehicles. the ford pickup driver and his passenger died at the scene. today is a spare the air day because of all the smoke coming from the jerusalem fire.
the smoke was so thick yesterday many people thought there was a fire here in the bay area. winds are blowing smoke from lake county into the bay area. it was especially thick along the peninsula and contra costa county. and from our traffic camera at highway 24 and interstate 680 early yesterday afternoon. you could barely see mount diablo which is just about five miles away. pretty thick there. >> i think most people are concerned about the haze because it's sort of unusual. we've managed to escape a lot of the impacts from the wildfires until now. but all that we need is a change in wind direction and then we get it. >> to try to find the upside to any problem the hazy sky does create a beautiful sunset. here's what it looked like over the oakland estuary and in the south bay look at this. a bright orange sun. finally, here's a look across the bay at the sun setting over the golden gate bridge. even though you can't see the
bridge because of all the smoke. right now here's a live look from the highway 24 traffic camera in walnut creek. not too bad there. unless the wind blows the other way. the smoke is expects sob so thick in -- expected to be so thick in central contra costa it will limit visibility for planes taking offer in concord. the jumbo jet air tanker is helping to save homes near chelan, washington, three hours east of seattle. the sheriff's department says at least 50 homes burned and the fire continues to spread. it was started by lightning. and forced 1,500 people from their homes. the young firefighter who died battling his first wildfire is being remembered for his enthusiasm and dedication. 21-year-old michael hallenbeck was buried near his home of
shingle springs near el dorado county yesterday. he was a new member of the firefighting community but crews turned out to honor him. >> it's tough business we work in. it has extreme dangers associated with it. >> his co-workers say his energy and commitment to firefighting were inspiring. they recall in a recent training exercise the other crews stopped for a break. the lake tahoe chief saw michael was still working. >> he had to walk over and put his hand on his shoulder because he had his head down and going and say mikey, we're done, it's ok. have a seat. take a break. he just wanted to keep going. he was passionate. >> family and friends say he loved being outdoors and twin passions, protecting the forest and snowboarding. we're also learning that former naacp chairman julian
bond has died. the civil rights leader passed away last night in florida after a brief illness. bond led the organization for 10 years but decided to retire in 2010. he also served in the georgia state legislature and was a professor at american university and the university of virginia. bond was 75 years old. in vallejo this morning the water finally back on for thousands of people. crews finished temporary repairs on a huge watermain break few hours ago after finding a 10-foot crack in the pipe. at this hour the water may still be a little murky or taste funny but officials say it's normal and safe. >> the water is safe to drink. we want to emphasize that. the water is safe to drink. >> during the break with the fire danger high and water pressure low firefighters weren't taking any chances. they brought in water trucks from the surrounding agencies. those rigs hold between 2,000 and 3,000 gallons each. >> they can be here for days if it goes that long. we're not anticipating it going that long so we're hopefully just anticipating keeping them
here for about 12 to 14 hours. >> they were not just taking precautions for property but for people. crews handed out free water bottlessality two fire stations. lots of buzz about jarryd hayne and his performance. keep in mind he never played football before. a former australian rugby star trying to make the switch to football. the running back on his second carry of the game ran 53 yards down that left sideline. he had five carries for 63 yards. check out this work on special teams. ran back this kickoff for 33 yards. he also had two punt returns totaling 24 yards. >> i think it's momentum. we're back on next week. it will be different and the whole experience is something to look forward to. >> fans looking forward too.
the performance was on twitter. as for the rest of the team, kaepernick completed one of three passes, gabbert fathered better completing -- faired much better completing 1-11, in the end the 49ers fell to the texans 23-10. coming up -- donald trump has big plans for his campaign. at 8:30 the dollar amount he says he has no problem spending in his quest for the white house. >> those right there, tears of joy after a dog that had been reported dead is back in the arms of his family. >> the finals of the street soccer cup final are today. competition began yesterday at san francisco civic center plaza. finals are expected to begin at 2:00 today. the games are between corporate and amateur teams.
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drop. "a message to rudy," by the specials. ken's all-time favorite. who is ken? >> that's what we ask all the time. >> he's a very important person in the control room, keeps us on the air. there you go. we have the giants playing this afternoon i'll have the forecast coming up. the faa says a technical problem that caused delays all along the east coast has now been resolved but many travelers are still scrambling to get where they were trying to go yesterday. when that automation problem cropped up. the faa says the issues was traced to a computer system that handles traffic from florida to maine. there were a lot of east coast travelers rethinking trips altogether. >> now we have to try and get a bus, that is going to be an 18- hour trip. >> at this point we have to decide whether the trip is even worth it. we are going to see a sick relative. it's pretty impactful.
>> the faa doesn't believe the computer problem was caused by an accident or hackers but it's still trying to figure out exactly what triggered the malfunction. all flights are expected to be back on schedule today. it's a long overdue reunion for a military family and its dog. >> hello. baby. look. aw. >> this is the first time in four years that the chief warrant officer and his family has seen their dog "zeus." in 2011 they were in georgia but transferred to south korea and zeus couldn't go with them. a year later they received a call saying that zeus died but last month they got another call saying zeus had been found roaming the streets of north carolina. his microchip led him back to his family now living in washington state. >> there's to words that can describe the feeling now. it's -- it's amazing and it's awesome and a blessing all at once. >> a worker at a north carolina
vet's office dref zeus across 12 -- drove zeus across 12 states to get him back to his family. the family says it's still not sure why they were told zeus had died but also say at this point they are just happy he's alive and with them. idaho man had an unusual reaction when some large furry and unexpected guests dropped by his condo. he saw a family of bears hanging out on his porch. so he grabbed his camera for closeups and one of the bears discovered the kitty door. first the nose, then the paw -- here it comes. there's the little head. the whole head -- don't think he got stuck but the bear couldn't get in through the cat door. the family cat didn't seem that concerned. there's the cat taking a nap while the bears are hanging out. the cat's owner thinking maybe he's had earlier experiences with bears and did spot some scratch marks on the outside of the condo. >> is it just me or a little
terrifying to see that? >> they can climb. >> i know you don't want to mess with them but that face -- >> what are you supposed to do with that? >> take a picture. >> and make sure the door is locked. >> i love the cat. could care less. >> you see the cat videos -- fighting a crocodile. >> mac smacking it. i would be worried that the bear would be abe to break the door down. maybe it's just me. >> still thinking about at that cat. he was like whatever. we've got sunny skies overhead, this is a live look at san francisco. thin clouds are moving through, thin high clouds off the water there. they have to do with the ridge of high pressure in place. the clockwise motion around that high sending some clouds our way. we continue to have the smoke and haze. we've been talking about it all morning but if you are just joining us expect another
smoky, haziy day. let's look at the records we broke yesterday. pretty impressive. sfo 92 degrees breaking the old record set back in 1950. santa cruz, 101 yesterday. earlier in the week it was only about 80. 53 santa rosa now. so cool. you are managed to cool off. 63 san rafael. livermore 66. san jose 64. san francisco 61. most of us are a few degrees warmer than yesterday. some of us almost near 70 degrees already this morning. in the east bay, temperatures warming up fast. 84 degrees if you're going out to at&t park for the afternoon. partly cloudy skies, just a light wind. light variable wind. it's going to feel warm out there. so make sure you bring along a cap and some water and stay hydrated. 99 degrees for novato this afternoon. 98 san rafael. mid-80s sausalito.
upper 70s in stinson beach. we have a heat advisory in place for the entire bay area excluding the north bay coastline stretching into sausalito. 103 danville. 105 brentwood. 104 livermore. as you get into the south bay a hot day for you here, temperatures will be a few degrees warmer in areas around san jose. 96 expected. 104 gilroy. temperatures along the peninsula hit the 90s as well. 94 redwood city. 90 san mateo. 84 san francisco. nice and warm. 75 in daly city and 70 pacifica. nice beach weather. notice today is 9 hottest day. temperatures cool down as soon as tomorrow. it will take a couple days before inland areas begin to feel it. by tuesday and wednesday back in the low 90s. more comfortable than where we stand for today.
>> in time for getting back to work. the owner of an all-girls motorcycle camp is in the national spotlight. coming up in 20 minutes the reality star that recently spent time with her in petaluma and which one of us took the motorcycle lesson of our own. >> big bird is on the move. up next the new address for "sesame street."
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the 2015 teen choice awards is airing tonight and hosts ludacris, gina rodriguez and josh peck saying it's going to be a big show. reporter jonathan hunt has more. >> reporter: the hosts say viewer should expect a wide variety of entertainment. >> i don't want to throw out the word triple threat but -- that might categorize what is going on. >> i did just say that. >> reporter: the fan-voted show celebrates teen icon from film and tv, music and fashion and more. the hosts say it's going to be a star-studded party. >> awesome celebrities are coming that are going to be presenting awesome performers. very excited for five seconds of summer. >> i'm all about that. and the cast of "empire," that is epic. i don't know anyone who is not a fan. what is really cool, we're sort of covering every sort of pop culture event for teens, be it
moving, tv, movies, social media. so i feel like everyone's going to be able to tune in for something. >> reporter: sounds like the trophy sowfboards will also be getting some use. surfboards >> the stage is going to be all water. we will be doing this entirely on top or under water. >> reporter: english girl group little mix is set to perform on the big night. >> we're honored to be one of the biggest shows. it's incredible. very excited. we were nominated for a few -- >> they made note of how incredible and dedicated a teen fan base with can be. >> with teens, they are very -- enthusiastic. >> yes. >> i think that is really good for us. we love that in a performance. especially i think the teens -- we sing to them, they feel
what we're singing and we love that. >> they don't care who is watching them. >> watch the teen choice awards on ktvu, the show begins tonight at 8:00. the story of rap's mote notorious group is hitting it big at the weekend box office. >> "straight outta compton" talks about the ride to hollywood, to the fall of the group as it divides into solo acts. it's expected to earn $57 million this weekend. "the man from uncle" and "mission impossible rogue nation" also expected to do well. this is a pirktd from our ktvu's pam cook. she was at last night's concert of taylor swift. it's beautiful. and check out the people.
levi's stadium packed. swift was originally scheduled to only perform on friday night but when that show sold out in minutes, went ahead and added another one. this is part of her 1989 world tour. her next show is tomorrow night in glendale, arizona. this morning can you tell me how to get to "sesame street"? the address is changed, tile moving from pbs to hbo. the program now has a five-deal with the cable network and will be available on hbo go and hbo on demand as well. the deal will allow the show to double its content and there's going to be a spinoff show and new educational series as well. it all starts this fall and after a 9-month period the shows will also be available for free right back on pbs. >> the first thing i thought was, that is cool but it should be on public television because that is the whole thing to get access to folks. it's nice to know that it will head back after a short hiatus. maybe even cooler options because of this deal.
>> because of the deal now that they are going to have two new segments of the show. more for more people. >> and more kids. thank you so much. 8:27. california lawmakers head back to work tomorrow. we run down some of the key proposals that are under consideration. the possible fee increases drivers might run into. school starts in san francisco tomorrow. hundreds of kids in the bayview district got a jumpstart. >> if you're in the east bay how about heading to st. mary's for a little bit of wine. it's holding its summer wine festival, 2:00 at the soda activity center in moraga. tickets still available. buy them at the door.
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8:30. check out that empty seat. it was filled by ktvu's paul chambers a few minutes ago. it's national roller coaster day. this is six flags in vallejo. i believe this should be "roar." >> i think he got a little scared and left. >> this is "roar" and it's closing down today. if you don't get a chance to go there we'll take you on one last ride in a few minutes. that should be fun. i love cameras on roller coasters as people are riding them. >> if he needs any courage you're the one to come to. right? you got on the motorcycle. >> i offered to go for him.
he said no way. this is the last day. so how about he rides every seat? what is that, like 12 times? start the back. we'll see how it goes. it's going to be a hot day at discovery kingdom this afternoon in vallejo. or if you're going into the south bay, if you're going to -- what's the one in the south bay? goodness -- losing my mind. one more time? >> - >> yes? the -- park in san jose. i'm like -- >> great america. >> yes. been there so many times as a kid! santa rosa 61 degrees now. 68 san francisco. 67 oakland. low 70s in concord. 69 in san jose. we have that hazy sky with us. the pattern, will remain in place. hot, hazy, smoky at times. giving you a look at the 24- hour temperature change. six degrees warmer in livermore than 24 hours ago. san jose by 5, around the bay a
few degrees here. over portions of the north bay napa by 5, santa rosa by two. in the second half of the afternoon temperatures are going to be just as hot as yesterday, even a few degrees hotter for some. winds continue from the north. that means the fires burning over northern california continue to burn, and the smoke continues to drift our way. we're going to have bad air quality in store for today. a spare the air alert and here is a look at your community and how we will compare from yesterday into today. and where it will be poor air quality in areas like the inner east bay as well as portions of the south bay. we get above that 100 mark and that means folks that have respiratory issues, suffer from asthma, very sensitive to the pollution and smoke, of course unhealthy for everybody but especially you. as we get into the afternoon temperatures again going to be a scorcher for inland communities. that shade of pink indicating 100-degree plus weather for the inner east bay as well as portions of the south bay. we have a lot of red, a lot of
90s. even portions of san francisco and in along the shore we're going to have temperatures in the 70s and 80s. over the north bay coastline is the only place we do not have a heat advisory. extended forecast, i'll have more on this coming up in a bit. but temperatures will begin to cool down as early as tomorrow. so there are some good news there. more coming up. following a story from oakland. two people including a 15-year- old boy have been killed in three separate shootings in oakland overnight. there are reports that the 15- year-old boy was shot by someone in a car while he was walking on foothill boulevard near san antonio park. three men were shot near broadway in the downtown area. one of them a 32-year-old man, has died. the last shooting happened on the 2700 block of international. a woman was injured in that incident. all of these shootings happened between 1:00 and 2:00 a.m. this morning. a $15,000 reward is being offered to find the person that shot and killed a man in his home in oakland during a
burglary. police say 59-year-old hung van do was found dead in his apartment on champion street. it's believed he woke up when the break-in happened and was shot possibly when confronting the burglars. two suspected car thieves were arrested friday morning. investigators say 21-year-old roy spotwood and 24-year-old randy gonzalez were driving a stolen car. police say they tried to pull them over but kept going purposely hitting the patrol car before crashing into another car. police say the two men ran off but were arrested a short time later. more than a thousand people attended the funeral of a college football player shot and killed by a police officer trainee in texas. the funeral for 19-year-old christian taylor was held yesterday at a church near dallas. the officer trainee shot and killed taylor nine days ago while responding to a burglary call at a car dealership. surveillance video shows taylor busting a car windshield at that dealership and then driving his own car into the
somehowroom. taylor's friends and family say he started to go to church and sharing his faith through text messages. >> we need to pray and lift them up as god gives them good wisdom. amen. pray for those who got a heart! to be out there and do the -- willing to lay down their lives. >> that 49-year-old officer trainee that is accused of shooting the teen has since been fired. the case is still under investigation and the trainee could face criminal charges. the california state lemming layture reconvenes tomorrow and they will have less than a month to get their bills passed before the regular session ends september 11th. on the agenda, proposals to raise the gas tax and vehicle registration fees for road and highway improvements. other issues include health care, climate change and possibly raising the state's legal smoking age to 21. president obama is compiling a list of golf
partners. yesterday we told that you during his current vacation he played a round of golf with warrior star steph curry and his dad. now he's playing with bill clinton. they have played together before. it's apparently a state secret on who won. but we do know that former president bill clinton drove around president obama in that golf cart. the race for president ran through iowa this weekend. candidates from both major parties appeared to meet face to face with caucus voters. democrats represented by hillary clinton, lincoln chaffee and bernie sanders. the republicans included rick santorum, former florida governor jeb bush and donald trump who arrived in his personal chopper. both he and hillary clinton took aim at jeb bush. >> curious that jeb bush is
doubling down on defending his brother's actions in iraq. >> he made statements over the last couple days that are incredible trying to justify the war in iraq. can't be justified. >> political analysts say bernie sanders is the one who is gaining the most support with his candid words and one liners. >> i apologize, we left the helicopter at home. everybody said this campaign was a joke. who believes that the american people are prepared to take on the economic and political establishment of america? >> about a million people visit the iowa state fair everyday and because of the importance of the iowa caucus and determining a presidential nominee the fair has become a major stop for all candidates. donald trump says he's willing to spend $1 billion of his own money to win the white house. that is how much president obama and republican mitt romney raised for their 2012 presidential races. someone asked trump during a q
& a session if he would spend a billion dollars and trump said yes and "i make $4 million a year so what difference does it make? " your time now 8:38. this is national roller coaster day. there's a very special celebration at six flags discovery kingdom. our reporter paul chamber bears is live at the park in vallejo. hello. right there. tough assignment today. i know you're standing by "roar." right? >> reporter: that's right. roar. katy perry is going to get a lot of play today because she had that great song called "roar." started in 1999 so we're going to party like it's 1999. i tell you what, i can't wait, you want to get on with us? >> i do. i actually really like that ride. that's one of my favorites, sad to see it go. >> she likes being shaken. >> reporter: it's a shaky ride,
bumpy but it's ok. it's fun. we're partying like it's 1999, old school. what they told me is 11 million people have ridden this roller coaster. all good things must come to an end, 16 years later and roar is taking one of its final rides. of course i got to be the special. one of the dignitaries to get the ride for the last time. they say it's 60 seconds, goes 55 miles per hour. 10 stories? >> yes. >> reporter: i'm getting ready to take the ride. before that happens there are a lot of people coming out here. get this, actually a couple got married on this awesome roller coaster. they are coming out here to take one of the final rides. even people from the family that was on it, the very first time. they get to ride it too. i was not here 16 years ago. i barely was born 16 years ago. so i'm getting ready to hop on this ride. yeah, right. i'm going to hop on this ride.
take it for one of the last spans on roar, 60 seconds. can't wait. you want to help me? >> yes. >> are you excited? >> yeah. it's an iconic day for this ride. >> reporter: 60 seconds. don't be jealous of my boogie. >> and don't embarrass yourself for being scared. the hands better stay up the entire time. if they come down -- and grab that railing you lose all sorts of roller coaster credit. no, don't do it. >> reporter: all my cool points will be gone. i can't have that happen. >> don't scream. >> we have faith in you. >> man up, chambers. >> even if you scream that mic is going to pick it up. >> i remember that, no screaming. no cussing on this. we have a mic. i have to be back in work mode now, ready? >> yes. >> they've been ready. they are just waiting for you.
he's scanning the rest of it. >> ready? >> ready. >> enjoy your ride. >> reporter: let's ago g! see you in 60 seconds, baby! >> i want to see the fear. in his face. it's not working -- oh. ok. we'll have to get this angle as he goes back in 60 seconds. it's not a very long ride but it's reminiscent of -- i don't know if -- the santa cruz, i know you like the one in santa cruz:that old rickety wooden roller coaster. those are just about the ones you don't need, that shoulder harness -- where is he? going up. >> that is the worst part. you know there's no escape at that point. >> you're looking over and you're like maybe this wasn't that good of an idea. >> my mom used to say -- if you're scared you can leave, then they lock you in it.
>> i was a really skinny kid. >> there he goes. >> oh! there he goes. let's listen. did you hear the scream? >> no. we hear katy perry. >> we'll be right back. >> we'll see how it went. >> i'm sure he's screaming now. 8:42. it's called the biggest firefighting weapon in the pacific northwest. some people got an up close and personal view of that tanker. >> honoring the memory of cecil the lion. the tribute held yesterday for the african lion shot and killed on a controversial hunt by a minnesota dentist. >> our bay area heatup will continue for today. some areas will be slightly warmer than yesterday. i'll have a look at the numbers expected for your area and we'll check in on that air quality coming up.
we have to go back. >> see if he survived out there in vallejo. you're standing. that's a good sign. >> go again. how was it? >> reporter: it was awesome. technical difficulties. we wanted to take you on a ride. we had a camera here but you know how it is on live tv. we couldn't have it happen. it was a great ride. so sad to see old school go
away. 16 years. i loved it. my first time ever riding -- i feel it's my birthday. the whole coaster by myself. i will tell you, they have memorabilia. if you want a piece of the ride they are selling this for $5, all proceeds go to the marine mammal center. so it's a good cause. they have not said what's going to be in this spot but it's going to be big. >> you seem like you're out of breath. >> reporter: i was screaming and yelling. i was excited, working for the camera and all of a sudden they said we didn't have it anymore. [ laughter ] >> what use is all the screaming if it's not on cameras right? >> rosemary by the way, wants you to ride in every single seat. why don't you -- you can -- periscope with us on your phone or something like that. record yourself. >> you can record it on the phone and play it back for us next time we see you.
how about that? >> i would do it but since it is national roller coaster day you see this through there, that superman? the big old s is where i'm going next. i'm going to take you along on that ride. soy don't have a chance to ride all of these. see, rosemary, she's a little upset because this was her assignment and i took it from her. i love you rosemary. i am so sorry >> i love you too. sorry. >> no you're not. go over to superman. we'll check with in a bit. later today the u.s. women's soccer team plays its first match since winning the world cup. the americans beat japan 5-2 last month. to capture the third women's cup -- world cup. the u.s. now faces costa rica in an exhibition in pittsburgh. coverage begins 10:30 this morning on the cable network fox sports 1. nfl coach not popular with many bay area fans has an embarrassing run-in on the
sidelines. the seahawks were hosting denver and during the second quarter tyler locket takes a kickoff. eugene hall keeping his eyes on the plea, runs into the seattle head coach pete carroll. hall doesn't miss a beat and throws his flag but carroll sent flying. the penalty was on carroll who is supposed to stay out of the way. he was not hurt but was clearly embarrassed. the touchdown still counted but denver ended up winning 22-20. six years ago a woman began racing motorcycles, now on the professional circuit and making a name for herself on the racing teen. when not on the track she runs a motorcycle camp for girls in petaluma. that camp is now on the national stage after caitlyn jenner's reality show brought the cameras here to the bay area. so caitlyn and her friend could take some lessons. she said she didn't know who was coming just that she had to sign a lot of release forms.
>> she's one of the biggest things in the world right now. for her to be showing up at -- i come from a small town petaluma, for her to pay attention to here is cool for me and awesome to be part of. >> check out this picture of caitlyn jenner at the camp. that episode is going to air tonight on "e! " at 7:00 p.m. more information on the camp and how to sign up at ktvu.com. look for it under the web links section on the bottom right of the home page. yesterday, chelina brought two of her bikes to ktvu, one of us took a motocross lesson. >> am i ready? let's see. >> so cool. rosemary -- >> you look like a natural. >> it's our resident daredevil. rosemary orozco stepping up, giving a few tips on how to ride. coming up in the next hour we'll look at just how well she did and she did really well.
>> spoiler alert. she did really well. we can tell by the way she walks out there. >> i kind of walked away unscathed i guess. >> we periscoped it, if you have periscope i don't know how long it holds on to the video. >> 24 hours. >> soing see raw unedited stuff. >> you say safety is a big deal. >> never stalled, never crashed. >> don't give it away. >> people want to see me crash at least once. >> no, we don't want to see that. >> especially in one of the cars in the parking lot, right? >> not. let's look at the forecast. hot today. >> today near repeat of yesterday really. it's going to be hot, hazy. it's going to be even hotter for some. temperatures are peaking today. the good news they begin to come down tomorrow.
giving you a live look from san francisco across the bay where it's really tough to see. we have the smoke, the haze with us. air quality of course an issue again for today. so may want to stay indoors if possible. addition we have mid and high level clouds streaming in. notice they are coming from this direction off the water if i push this way back i'll show you. that ridge of high pressure that is bringing us the hot weather has cut off our onshore breeze, the circulation right around it, you can see how big it is. circling all the way around and bringing us the clouds. so for today partly cloudy skies, in addition to the smoke. and the haze that will continue. i have folks tweeting me photos. i'll try to get one in the next hit. the winds continue calm in fairfield. a light onshore breeze in concord. in napa a northerly breeze. that is pretty much the way the pattern will stand. we're going to continue with that north breeze aloft and that means the smoke from the
northern california fires including jerusalem will continue to push into the bay area for today. happened yesterday, will happen again today. winds will turn onshore tomorrow. that means the pattern will shift, and the smoke will begin to drift the other direction. 53 degrees in santa rosa. san rafael 63. 66 livermore. 61 san francisco. areas into the south bay, low 60s. as we get into the afternoon 99 for novato. 103 fairfield. 102 concord, 104 livermore. upper 80s to low 90s for the east bay shoreline. 103 morgan hill. 94 sunnyvale. 84 san francisco. so just imagine yesterday tack on a few degrees especially for inland communities. and you pretty much know what you're going to get for the afternoon today. the cooling trend begins as soon as tomorrow. the coast will feel it first. we may actually wake up with clouds along the coast tomorrow morning. as we get into tuesday/wednesday definitely more comfortable weather coming
to the inland communities. dozens of people in minnesota are honoring the memory of cecil the lion. 75 peopled laid down on a field yesterday to create an aerial image of the lion's head. this project was organized by a los angeles artist who created aerial art images worldwide. last month a minnesota dentist walter palmer shot and killed the famous lion just outside a national park in zimbabwe. >> cool. that looks neat. nice tribute. coming up -- a new race to be the first in space and back safely on the ground. we'll show you one of the contenders, one of the new rides to get there and back and probably looks a little familiar. >> we're keeping an eye out for different things to do around the bay area today
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♪ i am woman hear me roar♪ ♪ in numbers too big to ignore♪ >> love this song by helen reddy this morning. from san francisco across bay, hopefully you're having a good one. we have hazy skies expected foreign today. temperatures just as hot as yesterday. but a cooling trend on the way. i'm going to have details about that in a bit. >> you know why this song is being played according to ken? our director? >> tell me more. >> i'm woman hear me roar because we're about to talk about rosy the riveter. hundreds of people came to richmond to break a world record for the most rosy -- rosy the riveters. >> we don't know yet if the record was broken but
organizers say yesterday's event was a success and they are feeling pretty good about it. among those who wore blue coveralls and the famous red bandanna were women that worked in the factories and ship yards during world war ii. one woman said she followed her husband into welding. i was >> i was doing the same work he was doing and the same pay he was getting. it dissolved our marriage. because men at that time expected to be the head of the household. and so it was a major transition for women and men. i thoroughly enjoyed being a welder. i really enjoyed it. i had never had money in my hand before. >> redefined so many things. the old record was set in michigan when 776 people dressed up. and an organizer yesterday said
more than 800 people showed up. how will they check? officials with the guinness book of world records are going to look at photos from the event to see if the record was broken. there's a new space race underway, private companies are trying to be the first to commercialize space. sierra, nevada corporation near reno is developing the dream chaser, a craft that looks a lot like nasa's original space shuttle but smaller. so in theory, instead of landing at the kennedy space center it could land at smaller airports with shortser runways. experts say it's only a matter of time before some airports are also spaceports. >> one thing i will say with certainty, is that we will send more humans into space in the next five years than we have in the past 50. >> can't wait to go. studies are already underway at huntsville, alabama. an airport there to see how spacecraft landing could affect current air traffic runways and
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check out paul having a tough day at work. it is national roller coaster day. we will check in with him as he takes a ride on some coasters. >> trying to get to the end zone but i didn't get there. >> he was the highlight of the 49ers preseason opener, impressive debut of a former australian rugby star. these are live pictures this morning of the big center plaza in san francisco. there is a little soccer going on, street soccer usa tournament being played featuring corporate teams, amateur teams. the money is raised for a good
cause, the tournament support change programs in the bay area. finals this afternoon, what a great way to start the morning. >> could you ask for a more beautiful backdrop. >> welcome to mornings on 2. >> let's get a check on what the rest of the day's weather holds for us. rosemary your weather authority is here with the answer. >> temperature wise may be the best part of the day. it's going to get really uncomfortable for some. into oak land for the afternoon, low 90s in the forecast a lot like yesterday. we are giving you a view of the skyline. we have high clouds overhead, a little bit of haze. it doesn't look bad now. we will be in and out of the smoke once again. there is a heat advisory in place for the entire bay area away from the north bay coastline. it lasts until 9:00 this evening.
this is the only stretch not with the heat advisory which means it will be hot enough to make you ill. be careful out there. don't be out during the hottest part of the day or at least activity wise, do what you can to maybe stay hydrated and stay in the shade if possible. inner east bay temperatures will be above 100 for the afternoon. right now it is already mild to warm with 78 livermore, 74 concord, oakland 72. along the peninsula, we have 60s at this hour, 69 outside san francisco where we saw the soccer players, 70 in san jose. the giants will play this afternoon. it's going to be warm day especially in the stands. it will feel a lot warmer than 84. stay hydrated and keep an eye on the little ones. have your caps and your sunglasses. into the afternoon temperatures will warm to the 70s in areas along the coastline. inside san francisco notice we
have the shade of orange. 80s and 90s for east bay shoreline and into the south bay. the pink indicates above 100 for inner east bay and portions to the south bay like morgan hill and gilroy. i will have a look at afternoon highs in a little bit. we begin a cool down as early as tomorrow. i will show you that in the extended forecast and we'll have an update on your air quality coming up. police shot and killed one suspect and this morning they're searching for another in the south bay. officers responded to a call late yesterday afternoon of suspicious circumstances at a motel 6 in sunnyvale. officers say when they approached what they considered a suspicious car in the parking lot, two men jumped out and started to run. an officer chased down one suspect and shot and killed him during a confrontation. the other suspect escaped. >> we are making contacts at homes with residents to be sure everybody is okay and he is no the in a home. he could be in a backyard or out of the area.
we don't know. >> police found a hand gun next to the body of the dead suspect. investigators consider the second suspect who is on the loose armed and dangerous. today is a spare the air day. take a look. all of this is smoke from the jerusalem fire. the smoke was so thick yesterday many people thought there was a fire in the bay. the winds are blowing smoke from lake county into the bay. it was especially heavy along the peninsula and in contra costa county. from our traffic camera interstate 680 early yesterday you could just barely see mount diablo which is only about five miles away. >> i think most people are concerned about the haze because it's sort of unusual. we have managed to escape a lot of the impacts from the wildfires until now. but you know all that we need is a change in wind direction and then we get it. >> there is an upside to all of this. hazy sky does create a beautiful sun set. here is what it looked like
over the oakland estuary. in the south bay there was a bright orange sun. look at that. here is a look across the bay at the sun setting over golden gate bridge even though you can't see the bridge because of all the smoke. here is a live look from our highway 24 traffic camera in walnut creek. a lot of haze right now. unless the wind starts blowing the other way, the smoke is expected to be thick in central contra costa county, so thick that it might limit visibility for planes from buchanan field in concord. in vallejo the water is back on for thousands. crews did finish temporary repairs on a huge water main break after finding a ten foot crack. at this hour the water may be a little bit murky and can taste funny but officials say that's normal and the water is safe. >> the water is safe to drink. we want to emphasize that. the water is safe to drink. >> during break with fire danger high and water pressure low firefighters were not
taking chances. they brought in water trucks from surrounding agencies yesterday. the rigs hold between two and three thousand gallons each. today is a day of celebrating and a chance to wish a farewell to a popular attraction at six flags discovery kingdom. today is the last day the fans can ride the roller coaster named roar. paul already conquered roar. do you have your superman cape on, paul? >> i got it right here. >> keep your shirt on. >> reporter: just for now. it's called superman ultimate flight. they tell me it is the first of its kind in north america and first of its kind basically everywhere. am i correct on that? it is like a bullet train with top speeds of 62 miles an hour. they told me it is about 45 seconds. i am going to conquer this in only the way that clark kent can. check it out, guys. >> take off the glasses. otherwise you are not totally in.
last one he went on was 60 seconds. this one is 45. he is losing time with every roller coaster. >> this one is cool, flips you forward. >> i haven't been on this one. >> i like that he has to be buckled in by someone every time time. >> forward, back, and then gone. >> hopefully not gone. >> he just puts his arms up until he is out of sight. here he goes. we can't have the camera lean over because it will come backwards. >> was he in there? i didn't even see him. >> where are you going? we are following you. oh thank you. our photographer is so good. >> oh!
>> i am more of a roar rickety wooden scare you with the south. >> i am telling you -- >> you are not even honest. >> we are going back in. thank you to our fantastic photo journalist. he is one of my favorite guys to work with because he is awesome. >> paul you look like you have been through something. >> then he hands him the microphone. >> i am superman. >> it was very unattractive. we could hear you squealing and crying for your mom. >> it was scary! i was yelling for mom. i did want my mom. >> scary or fun? >> it was an intense coaster. it was scary and fun at the same time. you were right. this was a cool ride. i have never ridden it so the
first time was interesting. we will take you back to what it is all about. we are going to roar, getting the cameras working and we will go for the ride. >> take a break. have a funnel cake. >> good job. >> see you in a few minutes. thanks paul. lots of buzz. let's talk football. we want to talk about jared hayne and his performance. the team did lose 23-10 but he stood out last night. this is a guy who has not played football before. he is a rugby star trying to make the switch to american football. check him out making the switch just fine. this is last night, running back on the second carry ran 53 yards down the left sideline. he had five carries for 63. check out his work on special teams. he ran back a kick off for 33 yards and had two punt returns totaling 24 yards. exciting to watch. good for him. >> good job. it's back to school for a lot of kids around the bay.
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good morning. >> do you know who that is? >> ramons. >> little rock n roll high school. this is heading back to the kids heading back to school soon. maybe some already have. enjoy your sunday. we have warm weather in the forecast, even warmer than yesterday. i will have a look at what's going on now and what you can expect for the second half. >> it's looking good. students of all ages are heading back to class. according to national retail federation the average family with children in k through 12 will spend $630 on everything they need. experts say the back to school shopping season is the second largest after the holiday
season. who knew? for how you can shop smart, let's head to claudine. >> that $630 is a huge overall number. >> it is. for back to school shopping, $68 billion is expected to spent. >> crazy. >> for college students that 630 figure jumps up to almost $900. >> stocking dorm rooms and everything. that brings us into this. people want their rooms to be cool. >> we have the keurig 2.0, 250, a more compact size keurig. you can make more than 500 bergs, iced tea, lattes. >> you can stay up late and study. >> it comes in several colors so it is fun for the dorm room. >> also it's what you wear. everyone has back to school outfits. the younger kids don't need all this yet but they need
clothing, electronics, school supplies. i am pointing people to visa check out. visa check out, go to visacheck out.com and register your card. then you can shop with hundreds of merchants for the back to school clothing and you don't have to enter card information. it is easier. if you need to buy five colors of your t-shirt for your son, you don't want to have to enter all that. it will be forever. >> electronics is another category. i call it the year of the charger. this is a portable device. a lot of people are using these with all these fun colors. >> very cool. >> these have dual usb ports so you can charge your phone and laptop at the same time. >> i think it is important to know how much charge they get in them. >> the smaller size is one full charge for your phone. but this razor max charger is a portable power bank. you are actually getting about
two and a half times the charging power. >> i have one of these. if you are looking at a laptop or your ipad. >> if you are using it to take notes, you want to be sure it is charged. >> even the little ones, everyone has electronics. it is>> absolutely. >> then you've got this stuff. >> we know backpacks are big but this is a really special project. this is based in the bay area. tripty.org. they are on kick starter trying to get funding. >> they feel great. >> these are made in bangladesh. the project works with women in villages. a lot of the victims have been -- women have been victims in the sex trade. these are made by the women in
the villages. it's lined with recycled things that the women sell to the tripty project and they take the fabrics that are woven and take them to a bigger city in bangladesh to have them made. they're super unique. these are already popular. now you can only buy them on the kick starter page if you donate. >> can you get them in time for school. >> hopefully by the holiday season they'll be functioning online. these clutches are great pencil cases too. >> it's very cool to teach your children a lesson about this. >> absolutely. the couple who started this project are in their mid 20s. they did this on their own. it's an amazing project. >> thank you so much. you always have the best ideas and gifts and things like that for us. >> happy shopping everybody.
let's head to rosemary to check out how warm it will be. it's always hot when we go back to school. >> doesn't that seem to be the case? we get cool mornings and by afternoon it is toasting in many classrooms. yes, we have another warm one coming our way. the good news is as we get into your work week our temperatures are going to be coming down. that is good news as well. outside our doors, we have been dealing with this haze and smoke now for at least about 24 hours. it was yesterday morning when folks started to tune in and say hey we've got smoke and haze coming our way. it has to do with north winds with the pattern in place. the north winds bringing the smoke our way from the northern california fires including the jerusalem fire. as we get into your day, there is not a lot of change going on. we are going to be a little bit hotter. this is coming from chloe in the clear lake area. a hazy start to our sunday morning, about 60 degrees with east breeze and the smoke from
the fires. it does provide a pretty sunrise and pretty sun set but outside of that, not too good out there. a spare the air alert is in place today. air quality today verses yesterday -- yesterday with the smoke in place it wasn't really healthy either although the air quality control district issued these numbers. this is what we are looking at today. moderate air quality. in the inner east bay as well as the south bay we are above the 100 mark our index indicating that for folks that are sensitive with respiratory issues or asthma, you will notice. with the smoke out there, all of us are noticing it, smelling it and seeing it. it is 70 at napa, 69 san francisco, livermore 78, hayward is 73, san jose 70. a quick rebound is underway like yesterday and temperatures will go higher by a few degrees for some of us today. santa rosa yesterday hit 97. today you are going to 100.
93 in oakland. a near repeat today. livermore, a few degrees warmer and san jose, three degrees warmer than yesterday with 96 for the high. it is 98 in petaluma, 88 for alameda, low 90s for hayward and a lot of eat for the inner east bay. it is 104 for livermore. to the south bay, 103 in gilmore, santa cruz in the 90s, a lot of 90s for the southern half of the peninsula, 95 mountain view. closer to san francisco temperatures are more comfortable with 84 expected for you, a near repeat of yesterday, mid 70s along the coastline. it's nice to be at the beaches these days. as early as tomorrow morning i think low clouds will begin to move in or hug up along the coastline so the coast will
feel it first. the bay will get it next. it is a day or two before inland communities feel cooler temperatures coming their way. at least we will shave off a few degrees by tomorrow. >> it's going to be a rough day. >> air conditionings will be working in over drive. >> a good day for a movie. police say it started with a stolen car but it didn't end there. what we are learning about two car thieves and how they crashed into police cars. how they were finally brought into custody. >> who will get the surf board. final preps are in are way where we weigh in on the hottest stars in tv, film, and music.
deck? one man called his cat indoors, grabbed the camera. there is the nose, and the face through the kitty door. he got his head in and checked it out. check out the cat. he is not all that concerned with the bears hanging out. it looked like it was ready to take a nap. the owner is thinking maybe the cat is used to it. he has spotted scratch marks on the outside of the condo before. >> that is not cute. not at all. more scary. you think it's cute. >> i think it's cute because there is a door in between you. final preps for tonight's teen choice awards. it celebrates the hottest young stars in tv, movies, music. the winners are chosen by teen- age fans and receive the coveted surf board award. the ceremony is hosted by ludicrous, gina rodriguez and josh peck. >> we are covering every
culture event for teens, music, tv, movies, social media. i feel like everyone will be able to tune in for something. >> grammy award nominated artist robin thicke and florida and english girl group little mix are all set to perform. looks like a good show. >> it will be fun. >> you watching? >> we'll see. a prospect for a major league baseball team announces he is gay. >> we are keeping an eye out for different events. eats, beats and brews is held from noon to 6:00 in berkeley. >> sounds like fun. anything with food and music. >> and brews. it features salsa music, food, breweries. admission is free. >> ♪ summertime.
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contra costa county was bad yesterday. it's going to be hot there today today. >> pacifica, east bay, everybody was calling wondering what was going on. they had to put out alerts. >> i saw a lot of alerts from local agencies saying don't call 911 unless you see flames. >> how long is this going to be in the area? is the wind pattern going to change? >> tomorrow winds begin to shift. one more day for sure. then depending on how early on that onshore breeze moves in it will start to push it the other direction. >> good. >> today is another hot hazy one. a live look over east bay hills in addition to the haze in the sky we have high level clouds passing over as well. partly cloudy skies today. i want to spend a moment and look at some of the records we broke yesterday. we can break more records today. it is impressive because we are in the middle of summer. santa cruz hit 101, hotter than
expected. areas around sfo, 92, beating the old record set in is the 1950. we have a heat advisory in place for all places away from the north bay coastline. north bay, east bay, south bay, peninsula, san mateo coast, the heat advisory will last until 9:00 this evening. it is hot and hazy out there. avoid the outdoors during the hottest part of the day if you can because it will be hot enough to make you a little ill. these are the current temperatures, already mild to warm outside with 78 redwood city -- livermore, 71 redwood city. we will cruise along the peninsula, 73 wood side. palo alto you are at 74. south bay, 75 morgan hill.
in the hills it is warmer than those of us a little bit lower. 80 in lafayette, 72 in santa cruz. afternoon highs today are just as hot even slightly warmer than yesterday with 105 antioch, 94 redwood city. it is a great day to head to the beach with 75 pacifica, 84 san francisco. the cooling trend begins tomorrow. i will have a look at that coming up. >> thanks. the $15,000 reward being offered to find the person who shot and killed a man inside his home in oakland during a burglary. the 59 year old was found dead wednesday morning in his apartment on champion street. police believe dough woke up when the break in happened and was shot when he po bely confronted the burglar. police have crashed two -- arrested two suspects. roy spot wood and randy
gonzalez were driving a stolen car. police say they tried to pull them over but they kept going purposefully hitting the patrol car before crashing into yet another car. the two men ran off but were arrested a short time later on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, vehicle theft, and hit and run. joe biden is offering solace to the families of five service members killed in tennessee a month ago. a public memorial was held yesterday in chattanooga. there was a battlefield cross for each service member featuring their picture, helmet, and boots. vice president biden called each man a hero. >> being a sailor, being a marine is not what they did. it was like all of you. it's who they are. >> biden praised each man's family for their courage in dealing with their loss. the five service members were killed during an attack on two military centers july 16.
the gunman was killed by police in a shoot out. oscar pistorius is scheduled to walk out of a south african prison. he is a former olympic printer who runs on prosthetic legs. he was found guilty of culpable homicide for shooting and killing his girlfriend in 2012. he says it was an accident. he will now be placed under house arrest at his uncle's mansion after his release. pistorius is not yet in the clear. prosecutors have appealed his conviction saying he should have been found guilty of a far more serious charge of murder. dozens in minnesota are honoring the memory of cecil the lion. 75 people laid down in a field yesterday to create an aerial image of the lion's head. the project was organized by a los angeles artist who created aerial art images worldwide. last month minnesota dentist walter palmer shot and killed the famous lion just outside a
national park in zimbabwe. a minor league player for milwaukee brewers revealed he is gay. the 20 year old is a first baseman for the helena montana brewers. he told the milwaukee journal sentinel that his teammates are very supportive and gave him the confidence to come out. the giants and a's are on opposite ends of a room. with a win giants beat washington nationals for a third game last night. duffy cleared the bases with a double. they scored six more runs afterwards to beat the nationals 12-6. a's need a win today or they will get swept by baltimore orioles. athletics lost to baltimore in what turned out to be a home run derby. they jumped to a 3-0 lead with
home runs but baltimore rallied with three home runs of their own including two blasts by first baseman chris davis. his second home run was walk off giving orioles 3-4 win. happy national roller coaster day. there is a celebration at six flags discovery kingdom but it is also a going away party for one of the big attractions. paul is live right there right now. paul, you went back for more. >> i went back for more with roar. it's one of the last rides. i have do it one more time. i am in the front row. it's like my birthday. i have the entire park to myself. this is all about roar. katie perry is no on now. i am not going to sing for you. this time we will take you for the entire ride. we have two cameras.
i am going to scream but not too loud. >> oh we got the cameras working. >> we love it. do you have to have help buckling in again? yeah. >> are they in the front? >> they're checking making sure. paul can't be trusted. >> keep those arms up. >> can he hear us? he can. but he can't talk. he has to put the microphone down. oh we are going to talk to you and make fun of you while you can't respond. >> there is a mic on here. >> oh i am learning new technology. i don't know what's going on. >> a thumb's up, two thumbs' up. then they're ready to go. >> roar!
>> hands up, whole time. woohoo! >> if you are just joining us saying why are we watching paul chambers on the roller coaster? it is national roller coaster day. if you love these old wooden roller coasters, this is a great view of the wood and how old school this roller coaster is. this is the last day for it which makes me sad. >> i have never been on it. you want to go after the show? >> i can't. i am busy. washing my hair. they are taking people on this last ride. what a great shot. that's the shot i remember as a kid. >> here we go. >> you wonder what you were thinking. see the arms come down a little bit? hold onto the sunglasses.
60 seconds. 60 seconds long is all it takes. you can hear the sound. that's the sound that you miss on all the new spangled metal structures, that bumpy ride. >> i like the old roller coasters. sometimes that bumpiness does get to you. you feel like your head will be detached. >> apparently our photographer refuses to get on a wooden roller coaster. paul doesn't care. i think it is great with all the technology. i am just looking at all the space. good job paul. they won't tell us what they're putting in the space. take a look at how much space that took up and take a look at
superman in the background that he was on an hour ago. you can imagine, paul, that there are a ton of options. >> isn't it amazing, paul, that you are just sitting there but when something like this is over -- >> look how cool he is trying to be. >> out of breath. >> we don't believe it. we don't believe it. you did a good job. >> oh this is that part when they slow down and you gotta wait for the next one to leave the station. roller coaster 101. you have to sit there and think about it, wipe the tears off your face, re-adjust. good job, paul. >> was it better the second time? >> it was a great time, guys. roar! >> let's hear your katie perry impression. he can't get out. >> oh i am out.
they're selling these. the proceeds go to the marine mammal center. $5. they didn't need it for the ride obviously because i took it. >> what is it? >> it's part of roar. >> aren't you worried that there are already pieces of the roller coaster that have been packaged while you are trying to ride it? >> stop it! >> this is from past maintenance. otherwise i wouldn't have been on it. >> that's what they say. >> if you get an opportunity come out here for national roller coaster day. the last ride is at 7:00. it will be with the people who built this and who were here from the very beginning. >> awesome. remember you got paid today to ride roller coasters. really tough work. >> thanks, paul. >> tough job. here is something you might not have known. did you know that 1000 pounds of crawfish are harvested in
the bay area? up next, we are tasting some with the help from a chef from a san francisco restaurant. >> can't wait. a resident dare devil volunteered for a motorbike lesson. we have a couple turns around the parking lot with rosemary and we'll hear from the woman making sure that all women are comfortable on two wheels. you don't want to miss this.
another ken lawrence special? who is ken, dozen deckers. >> ken happens to be on your play list for sure. >> go. >> i am just going to take it. it is a hazy beautiful day. we want to talk about food. here is something you might not know. in the late 1930s and 40s, california rice growers brought in live louisiana crawfish and placed them in the rice fields. now 1000 pounds are harvested from california fields and shipped to other states. some of them end up in the swamp seafood restaurant. he joins ross live in the studio. >> it is good to see you. thanks for coming in. what are you making? >> hurricane sauce crawfish over garlic noodles. >> this is what it is supposed to look like when it is done. >> yes. >> what do i do? >> with your help, let's get
started. get the pan heated up. >> oil in the pan. >> yes. >> butter? does it make a difference. >> butter brings the extra flavor to it. let's start with some bell pepper. >> just in this one? >> yep. >> you know i can barely boil water. >> this one? >> yes. >> this is red. let it cook a little bit. >> get some butter on it. >> put the noodles in here. >> what noodles are these? flour noodles infused with garlic sauce. >> you can get these just about anywhere. >> right. >> give this a turn. it doesn't seem hard so far. >> the secret is in our hurricane sauce that we make in house. it consists of 15 different spices. >> is this it right here? >> that's it. these will be available in the winter time. it's in production right now.
>> great. so this is the secret sauce right here. >> that's the secret sauce. take a smell. >> do you mind if i taste it? >> no problem. might be a little spicy. be careful. >> pretty good. that's really good. >> dump that on it. >> well i can do that. >> it gives it all the flavor. you use the chop sticks well. >> i have had lots of experience. how long do we let this cook? the bell pepper is in there for about a minute. this should open up rather quickly. toss the the noodle, flip it. >> let me see you do it. >> do i really want to do this? >> yes you do. >> okay. >> that kind of worked out. this is a crawfish right here.
i want to show everyone this is what the crawfish look like in their natural state. this is really interesting because these actually are farmed in california. >> these are in the rice fields. the red crawfish are in rice fields in northern california. >> a lot of people don't know that because they think it is louisiana only. >> these are originally from louisiana. >> they're grown here now. >> give this a toss. >> that smells great. what do you think? can you smell that? >> ross, if you don't have that sauce what else can you do at home while you are waiting? >> you have to go to the swamp. >> good answer. >> toss that in there. give it a good toss. >> let me try this one more
time. am i doing that right? >> not bad. >> he is being nice. >> these help turning and flipping them. we'll see how it works. give it a swirl. >> great. >> let's do it. >> the whole thing? >> the whole thing. that's the meal right there. thank you so much. we are going to toss it back to claudine. >> check out the crawfish and catfish festival september 12 and 13, wood land. >> thank you so much. great job. rosemary has to do this weather thing but i am focusing on going there. it smells so good in here. it's a great day for it. >> it's going to be a hot one, maybe a good day to step
outside and eat somewhere else. that's my theory. we are giving you a look of the oakland estuary. man that's a hazy shot. i don't like that at all. we have smoke and haze that will continue in your forecast for sunday because the pattern isn't shifting a lot. we have northerly winds and heat. it's going to be hotter for some, this is from doug in the brentwood area over the skies over brentwood, strong high level winds blowing the clouds from north to south. that's sort of the pattern that we will be stuck in for today. the clouds have cleared out just a little bit, mid and high level clouds that were with us early. if i back up a little bit and show you where the clouds are rotating from, ridge of high pressure over the four corners and the circulation around it. if you look close, you can see it moving in this direction. there you have it, the clouds coming off the water. partly cloudy skies are in store for today. smoke and haze will be with us again. it is a spare the air day, no
surprise there. here is a look at what we are expecting as far as index. moderate air quality for north bay, coast and central bay,. with all of us we can expect the haze and smoke to continue on and off at times. it is 70 in napa, san francisco 69, upper 70s in livermore, 70 san jose. it's not even 10:00 and it is already mild to warm. for the afternoon, triple digit heat for concord, livermore, antioch, and all our small communities in between. 75 in pacifica, it's a nice day to hack out at the beach. temperatures will begin to drop off as early as tomorrow. we still will be hot for inland cities but becoming more comfortable on tuesday. that cooling trend will continue wednesday into thursday. back to you guys. >> rosemary come on over.
>> come on over. you want to hold this. this is a big moment because it's the first time i have ever cooked for you. i am just going to try the crawfish. >> good idea. >> wow! pretty good. >> what do you think? >> it's got a nice kick to it. >> have you had crawfish before? >> i have. >> i am not sure. >> swamp in the richmond in san francisco. thank you so much for coming in. we'll be right back. >> good job! >> thank you.
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yesterday our own rosemary orozco tried something new and we want you to check it out. she did a great job. you were so good. plus the outfit is cool. >> good job! >> i shocked myself when i did that. >> were you scared? >> i was a little nervous. my two biggest issues, stalling the bike and tipping the bike. i know if you go too slow you can tip it. i was so excited when i actually started it.
>> she runs this camp to let girls know they should feel comfortable on a bike. did you feel empowered like you were awesome surrendered to police. >> i did. i am taking you back. >> you can tell you are comfortable, ready to go. >> good job. >> thank you so much. it was a lot of fun. >> thank you. >> that is our show for this morning. we appreciate you joining us. >> thanks guys. thanks for joining us. stay tuned for fox news sunday with chris wallace following our show. today he will be joined by republican presidential candidate ben carson. make it a great day. >> yes. see you later.
>> i'm chris wallace. the first fox news national poll since the big debate. who is surging and who is falling behind? we'll tell you. >> people are listening. they're not going to hear just political speak from me. >> we'll sit down with one candidate who has gotten a big post-debate bounce in iowa, dr. ben carson. plus, clinton's e-mail server. how will her campaign handle the latest setback? >> the bureau usually doesn't ask you to do things, they demand that it happen. >> we'll talk with republican