tv KTVU Mornings Weekend Edition FOX July 24, 2016 7:00am-9:31am PDT
well good morning to you. that is so pretty. how warm was it yesterday, so warm. welcome to mornings on 2. we are glad you can join us. i am claudine wong. i am frank mallicoat. several stories. we are following many for you. there was a question in oakland officer was fired upon. >> she is okay but we have details. we also have this fire we are watching in southern california. it has already taken at least one life. >> we will have the latest
numbers on the firefight and the evacuations in place in southern california and the democratics are getting ready to take off their convention. there will be protesters. >> you see that market for bernie. per test start as early as today. we will tell you about the thousands of emails just released by leaks. i tweeted out a photo yesterday of the service at my car covering between 11 and 102 for my nephew's birthday. i am like it is too hot. >> someone tweeted go south. >> it was hot last night sleeping. >> that is what happens around the bay when we are warm and we don't have ac, it gets a little tough. here is a beautiful view and a nice start to the day. it feels good out there right now if you are thinking about
stepping out maybe for a run or walk the dog. we have a nice start. we do have fog. fog along the coast so we are looking at a bit of a cooldown and not for everybody. the folks that wanted the most will not see ed. we will have a bit of a cooldown at the coast today and inland cities baking again for today. here's a look at the current conditions. 55 san francisco, 55 oakland, low 60s concord, walnut creek. north bay, 53 to start your morning. when i come back i will have a look at the afternoon highs and temperatures will fall for back to work monday but then they bounce back into tuesday. the forecast coming up. let's begin with this news of this officer involved shooting in oakland. investigators are looking for
whoever targeted the officer and opened fire. >> this happened last night near 73rd and weld. christien kafton is live. do have a motive?>> reporter: that is one of the big questions at this time. oakland police still looking for a motive. also still looking for the gunman. that is at last report. police say a solar officer was driving an suv near 73rd and weld and there was an incident and the suspect fired multiple rounds at the officer. the officer was not struck by gunfire but may have sustained an injury during that incident. the suspect took off after the shooting and the officer was taken to highland hospital where she was able to tell fellow officers about the shooting. considering the incidents in dallas, we asked of the shooting followed an attempt to arrest or detain a suspect or if this was an ambush style shooting.>> it will be looking
intense. officers are on high alert. oakland police department for the past several weeks since the tragedy in dallas have been writing into person cars. we continue to ride into prison cars. this particular case, the officer was alone in the car. >> as you heard since dallas, oakland officers have been pairing up on patrol so it is unclear why the officer was so low in her vehicle. we are waiting for an update. we're hearing she was not struck by gunfire. oakland police still looking for a suspect in the case. there were other agencies involved as well. alameda county sheriff was out and there was a helicopter searching. a lot of police ever trying to find a suspect who targeted the officer.>> we are glad she is okay. a dangerous sideshow in oakland caught on video.
this happened around 1:30 am at the high street under crossing. the video posted on facebook. 100 people showed up for that sideshow. cars were lined up from east 14th and high street. we spoke to the california highway patrol and they say they were not involved in the sideshow but heard there was a lot of street activity overnight. one person has died after an accident on it east bay highway around 2:15 am in concord on the southbound side of highway 242 north of concord avenue. california highway patrol said several lanes were blocked off and it is not clear what led up to the accident. neighbors demanding justice for a vallejo woman who died from her injuries after her home was set on fire. demetrius flood and her sons
left their home after a flood. the father of the younger son who also died is charged with deliberately setting the fire. the martinez reports never say they will never forget her or her family. >> she was a very nice person to know. she would always watch my house when i was at work and it hurts my heart to see this happen to her. she had just got a new job and was doing a lot of good things. >> velma jones wanted to say goodbye to her friend and neighbor. >> my mom came over and she told me if i wanted to write up there i could. i got to see her with a pastor in sacramento and we prayed. then i had to take off. >> she died wednesday and she was a victim of arson and had been in the burn unit of a hospital since may 22. police say the father of one of her children intentionally shut -- set fire to the house while flood her and her children were
inside. per five-year-old son died in the fire. >> i told my husband i said i hope he rots in hell. >> dorothy ames has been ran into the house to say flood. >> they rolled her right by us and she what didn't even recognize us. she was in shock. >> she had second and third degree burns over 50% of her body. her son was able to escape but daily on was trapped in the master bedroom. people don't know if her -- if she knew her son died in the fire. >> this neighborhood is not say. >> the boys father turned himself into richmond police three days after the fire. he is charged with daily on smarter. neighbors want to see additional charges.>> it is really sad and i hope that justice be served in this
situation. >> every time she would come by she would wave at me. she want to be forgotten. >> leigh martinez. time now is 7:08 am. officials are preparing the venue in philadelphia for the start of the democratic national convention. 5000 delegates are among the people expected to attend as the wells fargo center gets ready. protesters are getting ready. workers will hold a demonstration today and during the convention. wikileaks has leaked 19,000 emails ahead of the convention and many seem to back senator bernie sanders claims of favoritism during the primary. some posted by wikileaks show democratic national convention officials mocking sanders supporters and other question his religion or that sanders never had his act together and his campaign was a mass.
there are reports that officials have decided will not speak at the partizan convention in the wake of the leaks. hillary clinton hits the stage with her running mate for the first time yesterday. senator tim kaine introduced himself to voters at a rally in miami. clinton said education and foreign-policy experience are some of the reasons he would make a good vice president. every stage of tim's career the people who know him best have voted to give him a promotion. >> that is because he fights for the people he represents. >> before his current role as senator kaine served as senator of virginia and governor of virginia. clinton will accept the presidential nomination this week during the convention. republican nominee donald trump to to twitter sharing his thoughts on clinton's vice president pick . he tweeted
bernie sanders started out strong but with the selection for vice president is ending week. so much for a movement, total disrespect. trump is criticizing center dasha senator kaine for accepting gifts. >> trump is offering a new proposal on a sunday morning news show and he suggested people traveling from countries that have been hit by terror attacks like france could go through for the screening if they want to into the united states. trump was asked whether such a move by many people from coming to our country said maybe we get to that point. >> ross palombo will be in philadelphia all week for the convention and we will have live reports on ktvu beginning tomorrow and you can find coverage at ktvu said maybe we get to that point. >> ross palombo will be in philadelphia all week for the convention and we will have live reports on ktvu beginning
tomorrow and you can find email@example.com. mourners in germany remembering the victims of friday's attack. more on the memorial being made and the information coming up. a big fire in southern california, called the sand fire. we will update you. happening today, head down to lake merritt in downtown oakland to watch some of the fastest athletes on the water to compete for gold. life's sharing a meal. and a kitchen with room for everyone. spend $4000 or more on a new kitchen and get 15% back at the ikea kitchen event.
in the four-day event. it kicks off tomorrow. theater and drama this week out of philly. developing news in la county. a wildfire has grown 20,000 acres. authorities say one person has died from the fire. a body found yesterday outside a home in santa clarita. they don't know if the person died from the fire or other causes. the fire started on friday and still only 10% contained. >> we saw extreme fire behavior. the kind of things that some firefighters have been doing this for 30 years and haven't seen in their careers. >> firefighters are working to battle the fire and mandatory evacuations in place. it is unclear whether outbuildings have burned. a thought -- fire at a pilot yard downtown under investigation. it spread to nearby buildings.
the fire destroyed a warehouse and damage three other buildings. at one point downtown under investigation. it spread to nearby buildings. the fire destroyed a warehouse and damage three other buildings. at one .6 commercial buildings were threatened. it took firefighters to get the fire under control. a fire near big sur. the fire has burned 6500 acres since it started friday morning. so far only 5% contained. people have been told to prepare to evacuate their homes at a moments notice. more than 1600 buildings are threatened and when outbuilding has been destroyed. no one has been injured and the cause under investigation. we should mention, we have been waiting for nieves -- news from the russian team. it is now decided that the russians have been completely banned from the olympics in rio. >> the games kick off in a week.>> but they said if an athlete has ever been sanctioned for doping they are
out. >> weatherwise get ready for a lot of hot weather. we will hit a c-note. >> we are looking at summertime warm heat up type of pattern as we get into the business week and today temperatures will drop off just a few degrees. at the coast we will feel it. inland maybe not so much. here is a look at san jose where we have mostly clear skies to start the day and the fog is back on the coastline just inside the bay. temperatures very similar to how we started yesterday morning. let's look at those numbers. 53 right now. san francisco 55. low 60s in livermore. we will be mostly sunny away from the coast for today. the windsor onshore but very light and fairfield reporting 12 miles per hour. not going to help us out when it comes to the cool onshore breeze. here is a look at the future cast model into the second half of the morning. a lot of
sunshine and no clouds unless you are at the coast. the coast is expected to remain with partly cloudy skies. could see clearing over the north bay coastline. areas near ocean bache will remain clear. partly cloudy skies and mostly sunny elsewhere. 60s at the coast and 70s around the bay. low 80s there inland. we will be back into the 90s for the in the and communities. look at the pink in the central valley, 100+ weather. a few areas here could talk about around 100. for today 99 for a clear lake and 91 in novato, 89 san rafael and mid- 70s in sausalito. upper 70s we spend -- richmond. upper 90s danville.
upper 90s antioch. not a lot of change yesterday. we were calling for 100 degrees. claudine saw 100 degrees in the central valley. 86 san jose, 86 sunnyvale. santa cruz, 75 per today. yesterday hit 82. notably cooler there. 85 redwood city, 72 san francisco. 50s in pacifica. temperatures low -- will continue to be hot inland but coming down. it's hard to call it a cooling trend when it's not going to be cool at all. 97 the forecasted high for monday and low 80s for the bay and as we get on the coastline, mid 60s expected and temperatures rebound into two- step and wednesday and thursday. triple digit heat for inland cities. upper 80s for the bayside communities. upper 60s expected along the coast. last week we were cool and this coming workweek we will be really hot. have you got a pool?
>> i could find one of those in the basement. >> find a friend. >> be sure to download our free ktvu weather app to follow those high temperatures. you will get the latest conditions and get live radar. up-to-the-minute forecast. go to your app store and search ktvu. a great story coming up. he was the first olympic judo coach for the united states. now he is just shy of his 100th birthday. he is still coaching by the way. more on san jose students trying to go to rio.
he is now getting ready to send to more athletes to rio in their hunt for gold.>> in the judo world you cheetah is considered a legend. >> for 70 years he has been coaching judo at san jose state university. even more impressive, he is instrumental in making judo a national and olympic sport serving as the first us olympic judo coach in the 1964 tokyo games.>> that was a real honor. the reason is because i made judo a sport in the united states. it spread throughout the world. >> he says 20 olympic judo players have come out of san jose state, more than any other center in the country. two of his athletes will represent the united states in brazil.
marty malloy, the second woman to ever metal in olympic judo, winning the bronze in the 2012 london olympics. colton brown, san jose state is beaming with pride. >> a lot of times you feel like you are pushing yourself and you people that are doing that much more and it inspires you and makes you realize there is always more. >> the program success is attributed to teaching applets -- athletes respect and discipline. >> other times it backfires. shape up. >> a student say what sets them apart is his focus on education often hearing him say -- >> you will not make the olympic team but you have to have an education and that is very important. pushing forward. >> the building on campus where he teaches is named after him and at 96 he will be traveling to the summer olympics to review students on.
>> i am here to help you. >> in san jose, fox 2. he has been a coach for 70 years. incredible. on the baseball area, the giants have dropped six straight and it took a little ot at yankee stadium to break the streak and it didn't start so hot. mark to share and base hits to right field and scores a run. williamson hustled to get the ball but didn't pick it up cleanly and they get another run. williamson makes up for it. he hit the ball over the left field fence and the score, locked up at 1 when williamson singles up the middle. trevor brown gets the game. he has it and the giants win. american league west, another dramatic winner at the
college. oakland jumps out to a 1-0 lead in the first inning when jed lowery scores on the- based hit against have a. it gave tampa a lead. let's go to the ninth. davis watts and jake smolinski it's a long drive and that baby is gone to left and moments later ryan heath healy comes in and hits a second leak major homer of his career. he has been in the big leagues for a week and he's got it. >> yulee is being treated at home plate at the pie and they got a winner there. >> he is still smiling. >> one of the greatest competitions combining celebrities and sports is underway now in tahoe. seth curry and justin
timberlake, what are they doing? they are doing the carlton. they followed that with a par three on the 17th and ended the day in 34th place. former cal star aaron rodgers and -- is in 37th. in a tie. jack wagner, two shots behind. play is scheduled to wrap up today. the launch of a homemade rocket in denmark did not go as planned.>> going the wrong direction. the next rocket was launched. it rose for a little while but then as they were watching it it crashed back into the water. organizes say it is the world's only amateur crowd funded space program and there is what is left of that rocket. members said they build the rockets in their spare time and
they want to eventually fly in -- into space. this morning we got a word about the russian delegation off to the rio olympic games. the committee making the announcement this morning. we will tell you about it when we come back. senior citizens at a mobile home park are living without access to medical devices after a car crash and it's not the first time.
welcome back. let's get to ever developing story. whoever shot and an oakland police officer last night is being sought. the officer was not hit. >> was this officer targeted where was this an ambush. christien kafton joins us live an oakland police headquarters with the latest. we know the officer had to go to the hospital. do we know her condition? >> reporter: we heard from police that the officer is doing okay. still up in the air what caused all of this. what was the motivation. do they have a suspect. police are saying that is so low officer was on patrol of 73rd and weld area. there was some kind of incident and the suspect ended up firing multiple rounds at the officer. the officer again not struck by gunfire but may have sustained
injury during the incident. the suspect took off after the shooting and the officer was taken to highlands hospital where she was able to tell her fellow officers more. the shooting shut down traffic near 73rd and international as officers searched for the gunman. >> we currently have a very large investigation underway. we are following up with information and video surveillance footage and witness information. the officer is alert. >> since the mass shooting incident targeting law- enforcement officers, oakland police have been peering out -- up -- peering up on patrol. there are still questions surrounding up why she was so low at the time. police were still looking for the gunman in this case at last report. the latest is that the officer is okay this morning although she was not struck by gunfire she may have been injured
somehow in this incident. more details on the story as the day progresses. >> after what has happened in baton rouge and dallas, you have to take precautions. we are glad she is okay. christian will stay on that all day. in terms of the day, i will say it is lovely out there. >> we have been asking for sunshine but that son is doing overtime. >> [ laughter ]. claudine has had enough. >> i can't take it. temperatures will fall off just some. i don't think it will be enough to make the folks inland happy because we will be well into the mid-to upper 90s today. here is a look at fog. we are with the moderate air quality for today so still holding good on that. temperatures now 57 degrees in san francisco,'s 59 oakland, low 50s berkeley. low 50s to the north bay in
santa rosa. east bay, 65 brentwood, 61 livermore. these temperatures similar to yesterday. low cloud that the coast and we continue with the onshore breeze albeit very light. today will be coming down just some, 96 concord today, 97 livermore, 99 antioch. yesterday those were within 102 degrees. there is some improvement there although some say we will get about 95 and it feels the same. >> i don't know about that. >> 78 open today. 72 san francisco. temperatures will follow up back up in a big way. a wildfire in la county. it has grown to 20,000 acres
and now the fire is spreading 1500 homes just threatening 1500 homes. a battery test body fat yesterday at a home in santa clarita. they are trying to figure out whether the person died from the fire or other causes. it is still only 10% contained. check out this video because 100 people showed up for a sideshow would oakland overnight. this is video that was posted on to social media. you can see a big crowd, 1:30 am. high street under crossing. the cars were lined up from east 14th and high street to east 14th and 98th avenue. democratic party officials get ready for the dmc tomorrow night. 5000 delegates among the 50,000 people expected to attend. that is at the wells fargo center in
philadelphia. protesters are also getting ready and police expect groups to hold demonstrations during the convention especially after wikileaks released email that showed committee officials favoring clinton over sanders. palo alto police arrested and uber driver after a passenger reported the driver sexually assaulted her friday night. the victim requested a ride from downtown palo alto and the driver, 59-year-old rudolph a jara, told her to sit in the front seat and he touched her leg. she reported the driver that the driver asked her to come up to his apartment which she refused. heloc to the car doors and it -- and assaulted her. a car crash knocked out power to a san leandro mobile home park on friday night leaving the senior citizens who live there without access to medical devices they need. and ruben explains. >> reporter: new power means no
freezer, no error on a hot day, but still it means no oxygen machine for anne-marie neighbor.>> no, it doesn't work. >> it's been a long night and long day for the senior citizens who live at the mission bay mobile home park in san leandro. a speeding driver crashed about 11:30 pm friday night taking out a fire hydrant and bus stop and power poles. is left bg&e scrambling. >> i talked to a supervisor and he said that he is having trouble finding a crew to come out on the weekends. >> the crew arrived 12 hours after the crash and got to work on restoring power. >> i expected it would be on by the time we got up. >> for john the outage particular despicably was hard. >> my wife has a real power chair and i have an electric
heart. >> they are using electric lift to get them out the door. >> without the lift we are in the house, stuck in the house. >> crews erected a new power pole and restored power as a residence say this was a miserable experience. >> it's a bad situation. >> residence say this is the third time the pole has been october and they would love to see a stop sign. and ruben. a man in his 80s was killed after being hit by a car in palo alto yesterday morning on the 800 block of embarcadero. the man was crossing the street when he was hit. the driver did stay at the scene and cooperated. police in redwood city investigating a pedestrian accident involving an off-duty police officer.
el camino real yesterday morning. officers transported the pedestrian to stanford hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. the off-duty police officer was from a different jurisdiction and he is cooperating. olympic leaders have decided against a total ban on russian athletes at the rio de janeiro games which start in 12 days. track and field athletes have arty been banned by the governing bodies for track and the anti-doping agency did recommend banning the entire russian team. after new charges of the government backed doping program involving russian athletes in the summer and winter games. they decided against that blanket ban. brazil, a man arrested for trying to grab the olympic torch out of beneficial torchbearer. it happened during a parade in sco paulo. the man ran into the line of police running with a torchbearer. officers stopped that man and the torch is scheduled to arrive in rio the day before the opening ceremonies.
more about the 18-year-old man who shot and killed nine people and injured more than two dozen others before taking his own life at a mall in munich germany. he had been planning the attack for a year and he chose his victims at random. they also say he received psychiatric treatment last year for depression and fear of contact with others. germans and interior minister pay tribute to the victims yesterday.>> i am very happy and i'm really impressed by the wishes and condolences we all received from all over the world. >> police say it appears the shooter was obsessed with mass shootings. officials do not believe the attacker has links to ices or other groups. benjamin hall has more. >> reporter: new video released
by an eyewitness shows of tense moments during friday shooting at a munich shopping center. the gunman identified as ali sonboly files from a rooftop. >> somebody came out from this area, let me show you. over this area and they told him to put his pistol down and he said in german, and in dutch , he told he would shoot. >> police raided a home where somebody is believed to have lived trying to learn more information about him and what caused him to plan the attack. >> neighbors say he kept to himself. >> i saw him with his father and he didn't even look at me. he went away. i thought what is wrong with this guy. >> the gunman was german with iranian parents. seems to have a fascination with mass shootings. he did not have ties with terrorist organizations.
>> their clues that the perpetrator has been looking into webpages and that he was collecting information. >> as it continues to show of solidarity across europe this weekend. the eiffel tower has adopted germany's colors. >> this terroristic act is terrible. >> they had vowed to get to the bottom of the shooting at any resources in her power to keep that people safe. benjamin hall. coming up, a cry for justice. >> i told my husband i hope he rots in hell. >> a mother burned in a fire set by her child's father has passed away. we will hear from those who knew her best. plans for a trail at one of tahoe's most popular public beaches. the changes in store that could ease traffic.
three police officers killed last sunday in an ambush attack laid to rest in louisiana yesterday. brad croft low was buried saturday in baton rouge. he leaves behind a wife and four children. another funeral held on friday for matthew gerald. law enforcement taking part in the services including that contention from the dallas police. they lost five officers in a shooting. services for third officer, montrell jackson, will be held tomorrow. mother of a slain ambassador ambassador christopher stevens calling out a republican party to stop using her son's name.
stevens was one of four americans killed in the 2012 benghazi attacks. in a letter to the editor mary common day said she objects to any mention of her son's name and deafened by garnsey -- and death in benghazi. she said she hopes they will be in a medical -- an immediate stop to this. officials have wrapped up a two-day meeting in china. there promising to take steps to boost economic growth around the world. they are looking for ways to keep written from departing from the european union. governments are calling for partnerships between the united kingdom and the european neighbors. authorities in northern china say legal deciliters have been suspended on allegations they were ineffective while responding to the deadly flooding last week. includes ahead of the development zone and the province of sentai. bureaucrats and people living
there, said one official tried to cover up the deaths saying no one was killed or injured. it was among the worst hit by the flooding killing at least 25 people. more than a dozen others are still missing. a plan of the works to build a new trail to connect popular tourist spots in north lake tahoe and nevada state officials say they will hold a public meeting this week to discuss new plans including building a three-mile shared uspap connecting incline village to the harbor. officials hope the plan will help reduce -- reduce traffic on highway 28 and ease parking demands at san harbor. it will be completed in three years. i'm heading up that way today. >> bring it on. maybe it will be cooler up in tahoe. >> i have to go to sacramento. it will be hot.>> turn on the
air and hunker down. tahoe will be gorgeous. we have good weather coming our way depending on where you are. cool at the coast and mild around the bay. hot inland. this is the oakland estuary, if you look way back there you can see a little bit of fog and the marine layer just all about 10,000 feet or so. it will be along the coastline, the fog will be at the coast today and temperatures inland going to be a tad cooler. i don't think you will notice and i will show you that coming up. right now started the day, 53 santa rosa and the backdrop of oakland, oakland 59. san francisco 55. low 60s livermore. low 60s in san jose. air quality today will be moderate and here is a look at
the winds, onshore breeze but incredibly light. fairfield reporting 12 miles per hour. concord and northwest for oakland, we won't close -- lose the onshore breeze. temperatures will drop off a few degrees for most areas inside the bay and the inland cities. here is a look at oakland. if you go to see the a's today it will be a warm and. 73 by noon, upper 70s for the afternoon, as we settle in to dinnertime, low mid-70s. a beautiful day. maybe have dinner outdoors and sunset closer to a 30 pm. here is a look at the afternoon highs expected. 91 sonoma, 91 novato. 67 stinson beach. 80 degrees hayward. low 80s castro valley.
south bay, temperatures ranging from 85 santa clara and 95 in gilroy. 75 santa cruz. yesterday it warmed up to 80 degrees. 80 san mateo, 72 san francisco. we have a symphony concert going on there appear 27 and that is a free concert if you want to go out and enjoy that. temperatures on the coast remain in the mid-to upper 60s with partial clearing expected for half moon bay and pacifica. temperatures continuing to cool relatively speaking because it is not going to be cool. mid- 60s for monday and so 80s around the bay. mid to upper 90s with the inland cities. temperatures rebound, triple digit heat for inland communities. upper 60s at the coast. gear up. it is coming. >> what am i looking at? >> mostly clear skies in the
80s. you should be great. can't complain. time now for the pet of the day. take a look. said hello to cooper, a one- year-old who likes to play in the kiddie pool. a love bug as well. cooper is great with kids and does well with medium to large sized dogs. she is chipped and spayed and up to date on vaccinations. meet cooper at pet alumna penthouse. go to our facebook page as well. a few viewers love to see our pet of the day segment every week and they say bring one home. we like that one. this video was posted on facebook. hashtag don't shopped, adopt.
from chase. so you can. the newer police department is joining the world of pokimon go. the department is going to be activating nonstop modules at their police station. with two pokistops. get excited. corner of newark and civic terrace avenue. pokistops create the virtual pokimon will appear. attracting players to come and catch them. the location will be marked by police cars parked on the grass
in front of the department so remember, you are playing pokimon go with police so be safe. >> thousands of people will be in santa clara today not playing pokimon go. the yoga expo kicks off at 10:00 this morning at the santa clara convention center. studios will be teaching yoga and meditation and there will be workshops. 11,000 people expected. the cost is $35 for adults. free for children 12 and under. fans blocking to comicon in san diego. claudia: is looking at the excitement and the stars. >> reporter: more than 130,000 enthusiasts are expected at this year's comicon in san diego celebrating the best to pull culture -- pop-culture. >> i am adventure time.
>> i am hades from hercules.>> i am the scarecrow from batman arkham night. >> these devoted fans make dress-up look easy. their costumes cost more time and money than you might think. >> how much is this what >> over $1000. >> two months to make the entire thing. >> three hours to do the makeup . i need help for people to put the clothing on.>> some celebrity gas have been gearing up. >> i went on the floor of comicon the first two years that i came in the first year i was able to go on was a hot and i didn't have to put a mask on and the second year i had to wear a mask. >> the first time i dressed up as ernie from sesame street and walked to the floor. like the worst and cheapest ernie costume i could find.
because i thought that was funny. >> i did the green hornet and everybody recognized me. that doesn't hide anything they said. >> claudia cowan. solar impulse 2 has taken off from egypt for the final leg in the trip around the world. the first solar airplane to fly around the world. it started in march 2015 in abu dhabi. pilot completed the first solar powered flight before taking a bit of a break over the winter before take off last night. picard said he was ready for the flight. >> it will be a typical flight. very very hot region and all together it should be a 48 hour flight. two days and 2 1/2 nights. it is going to be an exhausting flight. but we are trained for this.
>> the plane has 70,000 solar collectors and travels at a speed of about 43 miles per hour and if all goes well it should touchdown in abu dhabi on monday night.>> as the democratic national convention gets ready to kick off, wikileaks is leaking emails. what they seem to say about bernie sanders and his claim of favoritism during the primary. the latest details on the investigation into an officer who was targeted in oakland last night.
a little hazy but i wouldn't worry. >> it is blowing. you see the wind kicking up the flag. several developing stories. overnight there was a crash at an oakland police officer was fired upon. >> she is okay. we have some updates. we have details about how it happened. check out this video because we have video of a sideshow caught on camera. it happened this morning at the high street under crossing. this was posted on social media. >> cars were lined up on east
14th from high street 298 street. we spoke to california highway patrol and they say they did not respond to the scheid show. the democrats get ready to kick off their big convention but the protests start today. >> check out that facebook page. a lot being planned from bernie sanders supporters. and we will have more on the thousands of emails released by wikileaks. there is a life look at philadelphia where they are getting ready for this convention. lots of security underway and republicans are done. the of the big story this week is the weather. air quality begins to suffer and fire danger goes up.
temperatures into the 90s for today. yesterday we topped out around 100. i guess we could call it an improvement. giving you a due here into the east bay, blue skies and a view there of el diablo. fog at the coast to remaining over pacifica and half moon bay today. clearing over santa cruz and the north bay coastline starting out sunny. 55 san francisco, low 60s oakland, upper 60s fairfield. north bay, 59 santa rosa, south bay locations, 64 san jose. temperatures rebounding this morning and it will be quite hot inland although not as hot as yesterday. temperatures will cool off a little bit as we get into monday. for sunday 72 san francisco and 78 oakland. 96 concord. north bay, 93 napa. i will have a look at the
extended forecast and temperatures dropping off monday but not for long. another rebound in the forecast after that. oakland police officer narrowly avoided being shot last night at the search is on for whoever fired the gun. the officer is okay this morning. christien kafton says there are still questions about suspect and the motive for the shooting. he joins us outside police headquarters. good morning. beyond updating this office is condition, she is okay beyond that update. police not offering a lot more details about how the shooting happened or who they are looking for. police are telling us that a solo officer was driving an suv near 73rd and weld at 9:30 pm last night. there was an incident and a suspect fired multiple rounds
at the officer. we are hearing the officer not struck by gunfire but may have sustained injury during that incident. suspect took off after the shooting and the officer was taken to highland hospital where she told her fellow officers all about it. officers here in oakland have been paired up on patrol. it is still unclear at this officer were shot at following a traffic stop or if this was an ambush attack. >> we will look into it. officers across the country are certainly on high alert. the oakland police department since the tragedy in dallas have been writing in two-person cars. we continue to do that. this particular case, the officer was alone in the car. >> we are hearing the officer who was involved was able to talk with investigators last night and provide details. we are still waiting for a description of the suspect. oakland police still looking
for the suspect involved and i can tell you it was a large incident that shut down traffic for hours last night. there were other agencies including sheriff deputies out trying to look for the suspect as well as a helicopter. a lot of effort being put into this search for the suspect. we are waiting for a suspect or vehicle description in this case. we will paths -- pass that information on. >> you could hear the scanner traffic. it was a chaotic scene. christien kafton live outside police headquarters. california highway patrol says one person has died after an accident on east bay highway. it happened this morning in concord on the southbound side of 242 north of concord. california highway patrol issued a sig-alert. it is not clear what led to the accident. neighbors of a woman who
died two months after she was burned in a house fire say the community is suffering from a great loss. >> it hurts my heart to see this happen to her. she had just gotten a new job and was doing a lot of good things. >> demetrius steel flood enter said were inside the house when it caught on fire. her 13-year-old son got out. her five-year-old boy died in the fire. a neighbor got the boys mother out of the house but she was already badly burned over half of her body. the whole neighborhood is affected and they have been praying she would recover.>> the neighborhood did not want to hear this news. >> this neighborhood is not safe. it is really sad. i surely hope that justice is served. >> police arrested this man, a father, for setting the house on fire.
people who knew the family one another count of murder added for the death. >> officials are preparing for the start of the convention. 5000 delegates are among the 50,000 people expected to attend at the wells fargo center. protesters are getting ready and police expect groups to margin hold demonstrations today and during the convention. wikileaks has lead to more than 19,000 emails ahead of this convention in many back bernie sanders claims of favoritism. some of the emails hosted showing them mocking sanders supporters and other question his religion or suggest spreading the narrative that he never had his act together. their reports that officials have decided that the head of the democratic committee who is already under fire will not speak at the parties convention in the wake of these leaks. presumptive nominee clinton hit the stage with her running mate
for the first time. senator tim kaine introduced himself to voters at a rally. clinton told the crowd that his education and foreign-policy experience are some of the reasons why he would make a good vice president. >> like every stage of tim's career the people who know him best have voted to give him a promotion. that is because he fights for the people he represents. >> before his current role a senator, he served as mayor of richmond virginia and governor of virginia. clinton will accept that presidential nomination this week. spurr -- donald trump shared his thoughts on clinton's pick. he tweeted bernie sanders started off strong but with the selection of kaine for bp it is ending week. so much for a movement, total disrespect. trump is criticizing senator
kaine. when it comes to combating terrorism, trump is offering a new proposal. he suggested people traveling from countries that a been hit by terror attacks could go through further screening if they want to enter the us. trump was asked whether such a move may keep many people from coming into the country and he said maybe if we get to that point. political expert reporter, ross palombo, in philadelphia and he will be all week for the convention. this begins on monday and find extended coverage on our website, ktvu. today you can had to lake merritt to watch some of the fastest athletes on the water compete. lake merritt hosting the us rowling regionals regatta and rowers of all ages will be competing for all of their countries.
it is going to be running all day. san francisco museum of modern art was welcoming families to the newly expanded and transform the museum for the first three family day today. the event features a combination of a month-long exploration of sound and architecture including live musical performances and sonic adventures. national all- girls baseball tournament kicks off in san francisco. east bay oaks is one team that may be playing. first game is today. there will be games tomorrow as well. coming up, fires spreading across california now. the latest and where tree teams -- teams are headed off to. one man chose to eat at chipolte every single day for a year.
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welcome back. hopefully you have some fun included in your plans today. this is a live look into san francisco. and that of fog hugging the coast and temperatures are coming down slightly. i will have the extended forecast and what to expect for the afternoon coming up. developing news out of la county where a wildfire is burning 20,000 acres. it is threatening 1500 homes. one person has died. a body found yesterday outside this home in santa clarita. the fire started on friday and still only 10% containment. >> what we saw was extreme fire behavior. the things that firefighters have been doing this for 40 years haven't seen. the 900 firefighters are working to battle the fires.
officials say buildings have burned but it's not clear whether they were homes, garages or outbuildings. the cause of the fire at a pallet yard is under investigation. that fire started outside last night and spread to nearby buildings. it destroyed a warehouse and damaged three of the buildings. at one .6 commercial buildings were threatened and it took firefighters two hours to get control of the fire. bay area strike teams have been sent to monterey county to find a fire down there. it has burned 6500 acres since it started friday morning. that is only 5% contained. people living in that area have been told to prepare to evacuate their homes at any moment. 1600 buildings are threatened and what outbuilding and one -- and one outbuilding destroyed. our time now is 8:14 am.
it is warming up nicely. if you like the heat. a lot of summer heat. maybe it is a little warm but seriously, i have to get use to it. >> definitely because it is not going away. temperatures will come down slightly for today and a little more for tomorrow and then back up tuesday wednesday and thursday. it looks quite hot. giving you a view into san francisco, on the backside, towards the west it. a little bit of fog creeping up over the hills there. it is shallow and won't do much unless you are right at the coast and maybe just inside the bay. inland communities, temperatures will fall off a few degrees but it will be making. a view at the fog from a different perspective, socked
in pretty good for the north bay coastline down to the san mateo coastline into santa cruz. we will have partial clearing for the coast today. mostly sunny elsewhere. here is a view of this logo. north northwest flow inside the bay but it is very weak. fairfield reporting onshore breeze from 10 to 12 miles per hour and continues. calm conditions concord. oakland reporting northwesterly breeze at 3 miles per hour. very shallow marine layer and very light onshore breeze and yes, a warm-up underway. 60 degrees now in san francisco, 63 oakland. eater east bay, brentwood 72 outside your door. 8:16 am, 72 with mostly sunny skies. 64 san jose, north bay, 59 santa rosa. 62 napa. not a lot of change, temperatures very similar than yesterday but a degree or two,
tad warmer and some cooler. in the second part of the day temperatures will be warm, 95 st. helena. 89 for san rafael and 75 sausalito. mostly sunny skies and mid-70s in sausalito. upper 70s richmond. sitting in the stands it will feel more. look for the sunblock. 97 danville. east bay, temperatures will be warm to hot. 85 santa clara and 90 saratoga. santa cruz, 7500 partly cloudy skies. 72 san francisco this afternoon. 67 daly city. 66 pacifica. into the extended forecast, temperatures continuing to fall off. it's not a cooling trend. 97 degrees expected for monday and the average hyper inland
communities mid-280s. tuesday, high pressure restrengthen's and temperature once again. triple digit heat tuesday, wednesday, thursday, and spare the air days there. mid to upper 80s expected for the bayside communities and mid to upper 60s at the coast. perhaps finally some beach days coming our way. it has been nice in santa cruz but per dashboard pacifica it has been if he. we should all go to brentwood and soak it all in. >> i would last for five minutes. a washington state man is hoping to teach a lesson in illness and nutrition by eating at chipolte and he did it for a
year. say hello to devon cunningham. he ate there every day for a year and he wanted to prove a point. he wanted to show people you could be fit and not give up on fitness goals while eating what you like. at first he wanted to bulk up so he would eat as much as possible and he gained 16 pounds and his goal was to lose weight. he dropped 26 pounds. >> if i am bulking i will get burritos and walk but if i am cutting i get burrito bowls and limit the rice and cheese. yeah, i changed it up. >> a few months ago when chipolte had to close all the restaurants in washington and oregon. cunningham stuck to his plan and hopped into his car and drove to british columbia to stock up on doritos. they're playing here in the bay area, liverpool fc. legends
winter number one. they had dropped six games and took over time. they broke the streak and it didn't start so hot. market share puts it to write. matt williams hustles to get it but didn't field it cleanly. williamson makes up in the air when the fifth when he he'll -- hits the ball on the left-field porch. mister williamson again at the middle. trevor bound gets a couple of rbis. final 2-1. oakland a's out of the american league west after a dramatic winter last night. oakland jumps on tampa 1-0 in the first. jed lowery scores on a chris davis base hit. giving tampa bay a three-1b. no problem. in the night, davis watts and wolinsky at the plate. sia and the game is tied.
moments later ryan healing comes up with a second home run of his career and the oakland a's got a win. the big league for a week and yes he knows pie and he knows gatorade. he had a big night last night. >> big smile. >> one of the greatest competitions combining celebrities and sports is underway at lake tahoe. having fun, there is steph curry and justin timberlake. they are doing the carlton. they got a par three on that 17th hole. he start today, 34th place out of 83 players. timberlake in a tie for 24th. former star aaron rodgers in 32nd place. i like the chest from. joe pavelski starts the day in a tie with rivero for ninth.
jack wagner two shots behind. those are some beautiful shots. very beautiful. >> i am leaving right after the show. this man has been coaching judo in san jose state since the 1940s and he is still working. >> i think he knows the secret. two of his former students are metal hopefuls and real. we have more of the coach that is for your shies of his 100th birthday. >> reporter: you come in with a cold. >> in the judo world yoshihiro is a legend. for seven years he has been coaching judo at san jose state , a program be started and more impressive, he is instrumental in making judo a national and
olympic sport serving as the first us olympic judo coach in the 64 tokyo games. >> that was a real honor. i think god the reason was because i made judo a sport in the united states and it spread . >> he says 20 olympic players have come out of san jose's state. this summer two of his athletes will represent the united states in brazil. marty malloy, the second woman to ever medal in olympic judo, winning the bronze and the olympics. >> you feel like you are pushing yourself as hard as you can and then you have people that are doing that much more and it inspires you and there is always more to get. >> she attributes the success to teaching athletes respect and discipline.>> sometimes
they do really well but other times they are being sloppy. come on guys, shipper. >> what sets him apart is his focus on education often hearing him say. >> you will not all make the olympic team but you have to have an education. that is important. >> the building on campus where he teaches is named after him and that 96 he will be traveling to the summer olympics to root his former students on. >> i like to say i am here to help you. >> ktvu. >> can you imagine doing a job for 70 years? >> he is doing it very well. speaking of the olympics, the olympic committee makes a big decision this morning. whether the entire russian delegation will be banned and
♪[music] >> take a look at your screen. we are told that's san francisco's fire department's brand-new fire boat. it cost almost $12 million. but it is state of the art. customized for the fire department. port security grant covered the majority of the costs. and then there were also grant funds from the bay area urban area security initiative. it was delayed. it was actually built in seattle, washington, making its way to the bay area to then be
commissioned a little later. there will be some months and training. you can build a fire boats because only fire boats can do that. >> 2,000 gallons a minute that it can actually launch. >> that's amazing. >> pretty amazing. >> san francisco has got a lot of buildings along the water. hopefully that will be great to equip the fire department. and so nice little shot as it cruises on. >> happy sunday. >> happy sunday. welcome back to mornings on 2. >> we will have the top stories and more on the fire boat. let's get you outside where the operative word is h-o-t. >> yes. >> the big story is the summertime heat. it has moved in and not going anywhere. not as hot as yesterday but we will definitely feel it. temperatures are already rebounding.
let's look at the golden gate bridge where we have a little bit of cloud cover there. but the winds are on shore very, very light. north/northwest and coming from the west today. at the coast, the clouds are there. they're going to remain there for areas like pacificca and half moon bay. cool at the coast. 59 in santa rosa. 59 in san francisco. oakland at 63. 66 in livermore. 64 san jose. i think for inland communities, right now may be the best part of the day. >> get out. >> did you see that view of alameda? that was gorgeous. anyway, a look at the afternoon highs. low 70s in san francisco. upper 70s in the east bay over to oakland. 96 in concord. 99 in antioch. south bay, 86 degrees expected in san jose. when the inland temperatures get that hot, i know this because i grew up in the valley, you have to strategize.
you go out in the morning and retreat back to the ac in the middle of the day and get back out in the summer nights. >> get your run in the early, early hours. >> i left here at 11:00 last night and it was gorgeous out. >> gorgeous. >> i will have the extended forecast coming up. >> thank you, rose mar i now we want to go to the developing story we have been following all morning long. oakland police are searching for whoever opened fire at an oakland police officer. >> we're told that the officer is okay. we're going to show you the video from the scene. it happened around 9:30 last night. 73rd avenue, about half a mile from international boulevard. >> the officer was not struck by any of the rounds that the suspect fired. the information that we have, several rounds were fired. we're looking at multiple rounds fired by a suspect at one of our officers. >> all right. investigators say the driver -- or the officer was driving a police suv by herself when she
was involved in a collision. investigators also say she has been talking with them and the other driver started shooting at her after the suv and the other vehicle collided. so at this point what we are learn something that the suspect left the scene. and this morning, police are hoping that people who live or work in the neighborhood maybe have surveillance video, from some descriptions, someone saw something that can assist in this investigation. taking a look at our other top stories. a wildfire in l.a. county has grown to 20,000 acres. the fire is threatening 1500 homes nearby. one person has died. a body found yesterday outside of a home in santa clarita. investigators are trying to find out if the person died from the fire or other causes. the fire started friday morning. still have work to do. only 10% containment. and let's talk about the democratic national convention. because party officials are getting read tee start the
>> this after a speeding driver crashed about 11:30 p.m. friday, taking out a fire hydrant, bus stop and power pole. it left pg&e scrambling to get a crew to the scene. >> i talk today one of the supervisors who showed up. he said that he's having trouble finding a crew to come out on the weekends. >> reporter: their crew arrived about 12 hours after the crash and got to work on restoring power. >> i actually expected it to be on by the time we got up this
morning. >> reporter: for john, the outage presented a particular hardship. >> we are both handicapped. we don't walk. i have an electric cart and she has an electric wheelchair. and. >> reporter: and they use an electric lift to get out of the house. crews were able to restore power just before 4:00 p.m. residents say this was a miserable experience. >> so it's really a bad situation. it really is. >> reporter: residents say this is the third time that the pole has been knocked over. they would love to see a stop sign put in. anything to slow people down along the boulevard. in san leandro, ann ruben, ktvu news. a man was hit by a car on the 800 block of the embarcadero. the man was crossing the street when he was hit. the driver of the car stayed at
the scene and cooperated with authorities. police in redwood city are investigating an accident involving an off duty police officer. they were called to oak avenue around 5:30 yesterday morning. the pedestrian was transferred to stanford hospital with non- life-threatening injuries. the officer is cooperating with investigators. we're learning more about the 18-year-old man who shot and killed 9 people and injured two dozen others before taking his life at a mall in munich, germany. he received psychiatric treatment last year for depression and fear of contact with others. germany's interior minister paying tribute to the victims yesterday. >> i'm impressed by the wishes and condolences we all received from all over the world.
>> police say it appears the shooter was obsessed with mass shootings. now, as of right now, officials don't believe the attacker has any links to isis or other extremist groups. benjamin hall has more on the investigation. >> reporter: new video released by an eyewitness shows tense mopes during friday's shooting at a munich shopping center as the gunman fires from a rooftop and attempts to escape from police. >> somebody came out from this mall. actually if you come with me, i can show you. shouting to him please put your pistol down. and he said in german. after this he started to shoot various people. >> reporter: on saturday, german police raided a home where he is believe today have lived, trying to learn more information about him and figure out what caused him to plan the brutal attack. neighbors say he mostly kept to himself. >> i saw him with his father.
he didn't even look at me. didn't say hello. he just went away. i thought to myself, what is wrong with this guy. >> reporter: police say the gunman was german with iranian born parents and has a fascination with mass shootings but does not appear to have direct ties with terrorist organization. >> there are clues that the perpetrator has been looking into rampages for some time and collected information on that. >> reporter: the investigation continues. there's a show of solidarity across europe this weekend. the eiffel tower is lit up in german colors and people lay flowers at the site of the attack. german chancellor has vowed to get to the bottom of the shooting. and use any resources in her power to keep the german people safe. in munich, benjamin hall, fox news. the time is 8:40. the finish line is in sight. the historic journey started in march of 2015. we will have the latest on the final leg of the journey for
♪[music] >> good morning. happy sunday to you. giving you a live look there at a bit of the cloud cover. marine layer. only about 1,000 feet deep. won't have a huge influence on the inland communities today. temperatures will come down a little bit. a little more on monday. and then a rebound with heat expected most of the week. i will give you a look at what to expect for today and the extended forecast coming up. >> thanks, rosemary. one of the top soccer teams touring california this week. liverpool back in the united states for the preseason tour. they have been making several appearances, opening training sessions and hosting soccer clinics. next week the team will be playing against ac milan in san jose at levi's stadium. they have all been part of the
bay area tour that started on thursday. right now we have two liverpool legends, bobby and ian. great to meet you. >> thank you. >> i just want to let our viewers understand, we've got kind of the willie mays of the giants sitting here. you have combined for over 500 goals. what is it like to be here in the states and meet the fans. >> it's been fantastic. liverpool is a family club. there's a great fan base in america. we're going to bring liverpool football to this part of the world. we were in boston two years ago. that was absolutely phenomenal. we're back here now and it's exactly the same. >> we should mention the red sox john henry owns your team as well. you have quite a following there. what has it been for you being in the states. >> it's fantastic to come over
here. we don't get recognized that much. people tend to recognize us. but it's fantastic because you think of soccer in america and it's really grown. it is getting bigger and stronger all the time. we're coming over on the coat tails of that with our team. >> are we starting to get it a little bit? our olympic team are getting better. the women are great. the men are still working on it. are the united states becoming recognized? >> i think so. you go as far back as '94 when the world cup was over in the states. i think fans -- i think it was forced upon people to start liking soccer. if you look at the success in brazil, you see all of the fans and the u.s. fans watching the team. it felt real. you know, people started to really look as though they were
enjoying the football. i keep saying football. >> that's what it is. >> it feels real now. i think i'm right saying it is getting bigger and stronger. >> what can we expect? you're going to the rose bowl this week and then eventually at levi's stadium. what can fans expect in the game against milan. >> the most important thing in football is the preseason. if you're behind the preseason, it carries throughout the season. what we're expecting is to entertain. that's what it's all about. and show people the liverpool way. we're playing some very, very tough games. when you play chelsea and ac milan and rome. we have tough games. at the end of the day, i think it's up to the fans to see what they want to see. but the goal is to entertain. >> unlike our sports you play in other countries. so the passion that we're going to see saturday at levi's stadium with the italians and
the brits and all that will be crazy. >> the talent is put together with a lot of the top european sides. it's not just english teams. it's teams from scotland and teams from italy. even spain. it's a fantastic tour. it's games that people will want to see. they are exciting games. hopefully they will put on a good show and people enjoy them. that's what it's all about. enjoying themselves. >> absolutely. we can't thank you enough for getting up early and coming in. you have some sort of training session today at los gatas at the community center down there. >> yes. we're working with the local communities. special olympic clings as well. the thing with liverpool, we're different than everyone else.
we want to leave a legacy. >> you're like the beatles. is it nice to say this is okay? >> it is fantastic. as much as you think we have a lot of fans back in liverpool, people are sick of the sight of us. they leave us alone. but it's fantastic. >> thank you for coming in. welcome to the states. enjoy and good luck. good luck this week. here is a look at the upcoming events. liverpool foundation junior soccer clinic. it starts at 10:00. and soccer school saturday july 30th. the game ac milan match at levi's stadium. there will be a ton of people there for that. thank you very much, gentlemen. >> thank you. >> rosemary, over to you. >> i'll take it from here, frank, as we talk about how hot it is getting. gorgeous behind us. now we will head down to rosemary on a check of how much hotter it will get.
>> yes. we're looking at hot temperatures today. not as hot tomorrow. but then back up once again. all of that in the extended forecast. let's check out your morning. we have mostly sunny skies inland. around the bay, you can see just a little fog stretched across the bay. the marine layer depth is 800 feet, 1,000 feet. not going to impact most of us. it will be along the coastline for today. we still have the on shore breeze. albeit, it is weak. temperatures into the 90s for the inland communities. we hit 100 yesterday in some spots. hopefully we won't get that high today. san francisco down to san mateo and santa cruz, we have mostly sunny skies. look at the flow. northwest to west. and very light. suing at the with the wind bars.
fairfield is 12 miles per hour on shore. it's been like this all morning long. so, again, not losing it completely. but really not enough to bring us any cooldown for the inland communities. oakland reporting a northwesterly breeze at about 3 and a southwesterly breeze in napa at about 5. as we get into the afternoon, we're not going to lose the southwesterly breeze. the arrows continue in this direction. the wind is generally light out there. anywhere from 5 to 10 miles per hour. 13 expected in and around sfo. temperatures at 59 in san francisco. 54 in half moon bay. along the peninsula, 55 in palo alto. rounding up for the east bay, we have 72 in brentwood. that's the hot spot at the moment. 66 in livermore. and closer to the water, we have 63 to start your morning in oakland. to the north bay, 59 santa rosa and low 60s in napa. so temperatures already warming up. in san francisco for today, 72, sunny, mild to warm expected
for you there. how about the afternoon highs in the north bay. 91 for sonoma. 89 for kentfield. closer to the water, 75 in sausalito. as we head east, let's take the hot spots first. 99 in brentwood. 97 in livermore. closer to the bay, we have 77 for san leandro. upper 70s you're if seeing the a's play this afternoon. that's a nice number. although if you're sitting in the stands, it will feel warmer. be prepared for that. 86 for cupertino. santa cruz at 75. a beautiful one along the beach. 85 redwood city. 72 in san francisco. again we have the symphony playing there this afternoon. and it is free. pier27 if you're interested. it will be nice right there along the water. here is a look at the extended forecast. better cooling expected for tomorrow. the on shore breeze expected to
be a little stronger. the marine layer a little thicker. it doesn't last. tuesday, wednesday, thursday, triple digits heat. mid to upper 80s expected for the bayside communities. mid to upper 60s aexpected along the coast. back to you. >> ac. >> triple digits. today is downright cool. >> thank you, rosemary. a project that came to fruition through crowd funding needed more than just financial support. we're going to tell you what happened during this amateur rocket launch in denmark. that didn't go too well.
the virtual pokemon will appear attracting players to come and catch them. police say the location will be marked by two police cars parked on the grass in front of the department. and the solar impulse 2 plane has taken off from egypt for the final loop around the world. the journey started in march of 2015. the pilots finished the first flight before taking a break in the winter. before takeoff last night, the pilot said he was ready for the tough flight ahead. >> this coming flight is a difficult flight. it's a very, very hot region. all together it should be a 48- hour flight. so two days and two and a half nights. it will be an exhausting flight. but we are trained for this. >> the plane has 70,000 solar collectors and travels at a speed of about 43 miles per
hour. if all goes well, it should touchdown on monday night. speaking of going well, this one did not. the launch of a home made rocket in denmark did not go as planned. >> oh, no. something is terribly wrong. >> we have an issue. the next one rocket launch from a platform in the balance tick sea and rising a short distance, it came right back down to the water. it's the only crowd funded space program. members of the team say they build the rockets in their spare time and they eventually want to fly an amateur astronaut into space. as the democratic national convention gets read tee kick off tomorrow, wiki leaks is leaking e-mails. what they say about bernie sanders and his claims of favoritism during the primaries. catch a glimpse of some of
>> this is ktvu mornings on 2 weekend. >> oh, it looks fabulous out there. welcome to mornings on 2. we're so glad you joined us. it is sunday, july 24th. i'm claudine wong here with frank somerville and rosemary on this nice day. >> it is a nice day. >> we are following developing stories for you this morning. >> that we are. overnight there was a crash. an oakland police officer was fired upon. >> she is okay but we have details how it happened and why the police are asking for the public's help this morning. check out this video.
it happened around 1:30 this morning. this video was posted on social media. >> witnesses say cars were lined up on east 14th from high street to 98th avenue. we spoke to chp this morning. they say they did not respond to the side show but heard there was a lot of street activity overnight in oakland. big deal in phillies. the democrats turn. the national convention starts tomorrow night. and the protests have already started. >> they have already started. you're looking at the facebook pages. march for bernie usa movement. and they're having 100 different cities. not just in philadelphia. so that's going on. there's also the thousands of e- mail that's were just released by wiki leaks. there's a live picture of philadelphia. we have seen preps this morning underway there. >> understand it's hot out in philly and they have humidity too. but we're really hot. >> yes. >> 103, 104. >> but it's a dry heat.
>> that's what we say. >> right. temperatures are going to come down just a little bit. i'm not going to call it a cooldown because it won't feel cool. people yell at the screens when they see those temperatures. >> that's not cool. that was me yelling at the screen. >> me too. giving you a view into san francisco. the marine layer depth about 800 feet, 1,000 feet. not really going to move inland. you see it there on the top side of the coastal hills as we look towards the west. temperatures right now 50s, 60s, even low 70s. let's start with livermore. right there on your screen. 71 degrees right now. san jose, 69. as we work our way up, oakland checking in at 64. mid 50s in san francisco. and 66 in santa rosa. as we get into the afternoon today, 60s for the coast. mostly cloudy skies in areas like pacificca and half moon bay. and our bayside communities will be warm once again.
70s and 80s. our inland communities, up into the upper 90s. i will have more on that the extended forecast. a tad cooler today i guess if we can call it that. more so tomorrow. and then temperatures back as we get into the extended forecast. >> thanks, rosemary. police are searching for whoever fired a gun at an oakland police officer last night. it happened around 9:30 on 73rd avenue about half a mile from international boulevard. investigators say the officer was driving the police suv by herself and she was involved in a collision. >> we certainly will be looking into it. officers across the country are certainly on high alert. as you know, the oakland police department for the past several weeks since the unfortunate tragedy in dallas have been riding in two-person cars. we continue to ride in two- person cars. this particular case, the officer was alone in the car.
>> now, the suspect did run from the scene. this morning, police are asking people who live or work in that neighborhood for surveillance video or descriptions of anything that they might have seen at the time of the shooting. also new from overnight, the chp says one person has died after an accident on an east bay highway. it happened around 2:15 this morning on the southbound side of 242. the chp issued a sig alert saying several lanes were blocked off. not clear what led to the accident. german media reporting that a man with a machete killed a woman and injured two others in a southwest everyone city about 130 miles away from munich. that person was then arrested. a couple local newspapers reporting that the reason for the attack is still unclear. obviously this comes as germany is on edge following that friday night shooting at the mall in munich where nine people were killed. and then of course there's another attack a week prior.
all right. time is 9:04. neighbors of a vallejo woman who was badly burned in a house fire says the community is suffering from a great loss. >> it hurts my heart to see this happen to her. she had just gotten a new job and doing a lot of good things. >> the woman and her sons were inside the home when it caught on fire two months ago. the 13-year-old son managed to get out. her 5-year-old died in the fire. neighbors say the whole neighborhood is affected and they have been praying she would recover. >> the neighborhood just does not want to hear this news. >> this neighborhood is not the same. it's really sad. and i surely hope that justice will be served in this situation. >> police arrested this man, that is the 5-year-old boy's
fire for setting the home on fire. he faces arson charges and one count of murder for the death of his son. people want another death added for the death of flood. the start of the democratic convention is start. almost 5,000 delegates are expected to attend the four-day convention at the wells fargo center. police are expecting several groups to march and hold demonstrations today and throughout the convention. wikileaks has leaked 19,000 e- mails ahead of the convention. some seem to back bernie sanders' claim of favoritism during the primaries. some show dnc mocking sanders' supports or suggest writing a narrative that sanders never had his act together and the campaign was quote a mess. there are report that's party officials have decided that the head of the democratic national committee who was already under fire will not speak at the convention in the wake of these
leaks. and presumptive democratic nominee hillary clinton hit the stage with her running mate tim kaine. clinton told the crowd that kaine's education and foreign policy experience are some of the reasons that he would make a good vice president. >> every stage of tim's career, the people who know him best have voted to give him a promotion. that's because he fights for the people he represents. >> now, before his current role as senator, kaine served as mayor of richmond, virginia and governor of virginia. clinton is expected to accept the nomination this week during the democratic convention. and republican presidential nominee donald trump taking to twitter sharing his thoughts and tweeted out this quote. bernie sanders started off strong but with the selection
of kaine for vp, total disrespect. trump is criticizing senator kaine for accepting gifts while serving as the governor of virginia. trump is offering a new proposal. on a sunday monday news show he suggested people traveling from countries hit by terror attacks to go through further screening if they want to come to the united states. trump was then asked if such a move might keep people from coming to the country. he said, quote, maybe we get to that point at one time. ross is in philadelphia all week long for the convection. we're going to have live reports on ktvu. that starts tomorrow. and find extended coverage from ross at ktvu.com. hundreds of boaters innovating lake merit in oakland and looking for glory in a major regada. >> it is drawing competitive rowers from all over the
country. christian. >> reporter: good morning, guys. hundreds of boats and rowers out here on lake merit this morning. action got underway at 7:30 this morning. roger allen is joining us right now. >> happy to be here. >> this is world class competition. people from all over the country. >> yes. there are 33 clubs from california? from arizona and as far away as tennessee and michigan. there's even a team from missouri and idaho. >> what is at stake here? give folks an idea. this is where people are coming out of the water following the races. these are teams that just finished the race. >> this is called the take-out dock. you see the red boat coming in on the right. >> yes. >> what's at stake. >> well, they -- they're at stake for winning. we have a regional championship. bragging rights to be the winner at this race. some will seek to go on the national event in august. >> and it sounds like this is highly competitive. we're talking about different classes of racing and a very
competitive situation in terms of ages and different divisions of types of boats. this is a major competition. >> it's a big deal. we have people age 21 up to the age of 80. he is competing just as hard as anyone else. we have boats. we have singles, doubles, fours, eights. and they're just continually going down the lake from right to left on your screen. >> yeah. we're going to come back to the live shot. there's actually a race underway right now. you were describing that they're coming from right to left all along the lake. >> yes. they start out the courthouse end and end at the interstate 5 end of lake merit. it is 1,000 meters long. we're at the 500 meter mark right here. >> last question, if folks want to come out, can they come on out? it's free. people can come out and watch all of the action live. >> it is absolutely free. we would love to have spectators come out here. we will be racing every five
minutes. boats will be departing from the start line. last race 10 minutes to 5:00 today. >> roger, thank you. you tried to recruit me a couple times. >> i did. >> what did i say. >> you didn't want to get up at 4:00 a.m. you can come out here and row on the intermediate team at lake merit that practices at a civilized hour. 6:00 in the evening and occasionally 9:00 in the morning. >> we will talk. the racing action down here, super exciting. one of the great things, you get to be right on top of the athletes, so to speak. they're competing and coming out of the water. you can talk to them immediately after the race. the best thing is free for people to come out and see. they are urging folks to use public transportation, take uber or lyft. rather than bringing your own car. parking is limited out here with all of the rowers. >> pretty sport too. i'm tall too and i got recruited because i'm six-three at cal. you're, at that, six-two, six- three. >> they tried to bring me in
too. six-three. you're tall. let's get you on the team. the moment that i found out they have to wake up at 4:00 in the morning, i passed. >> we do that for a living. we just don't row. >> thanks, christian. well, happening today, the san francisco museum of modern art welcoming families to the museum for the first free family day. the event fray does a culmination of month-long exploration and live musical performances and sonic adventures. >> and the national all girls baseball tournament kicking off in the city, east bay oaks is one of the teams that will be playing. first game is today at the recreation center. there will be games tomorrow, tuesday, and wednesday if you want to check it out. we will talk to a local teacher to find out how her teacher is getting a new and updating look. the target commercial she is shooting this morning. the man who chose to eat
day. not as hot as yesterday. the numbers coming up. >> thanks, rosemary. a wildfire has grown to 20,000 acres in santa clarita. 18 structures have been destroyed and one person has died. the body found yesterday outside of a home in santa clarita. investigators are trying to figure out if the person died in the fire or from other causes. the fire started on friday. and this morning only 10% containment. >> what we saw was extreme fire behavior. the kind of things that firefighters who have been doing this for 30, 40 years haven't seen in their career. >> 1600 firefighters are battling the fire. mandatory evacuations are in place. those people are now being told to go to william s hart high school in santa clarita. the cause of the fire at a pallet yard in downtown los angeles is under investigation. that started just before 7:00 last night and spread to nearby
buildings. the fire destroyed a warehouse and damaged three other buildings. six commercial buildings were threatened. it took two hours to get control of the fire. no one was hurt. an update on a fire burning in monterey county near big sur. it has grown to 10,000 acres. so far only 5% containment on that. people in the area have been warned and prepared to evacuate at a moment's notice. more than 1600 buildings are threatened. one outbuilding has been destroyed. yesterday a strike team out of alameda county was sent down to help the fire fight. no one has been injured and the cause is under investigation. okay. weather has a direct impact on the fires. and we have hot weather. >> this week, fire danger, everybody should be aware. fire danger, air quality. >> it's a tough one out there. >> is it that hot down in
southern california. >> yes. going to be above 100 degrees. once we see our heat up, they will also be dealing with the same type of weather. for today, let's talk about today. we don't want today to escape from us. one more day for the weekend. and temperatures mild at the coast. warm around the bay. hot inland. 54 right now half moon bay. 64 san francisco. to the east bay shoreline starting out at 64 in oakland. you go inland, it is already heating up. take a look at bend wood. 78 degrees right now. for the afternoon, antioch and brentwood expected to go to 99. in the north bay, 93 expected for santa rosa this afternoon. around the bay, upper 70s to 80s. 83 mountain view. 86 into the south bay of san jose. closer to the coast, partly cloudy to mostly cloudy today. pacificca, half moon bay in the 60s. a gorgeous day in the city of san francisco. 72 expected for you there. these numbers just a tad cooler
than yesterday. monday, a little bit more cooling. we will start tomorrow morning with a little more cloud cover. the on shore breeze will be a little stronger. it's hard to call it a cooldown when you have 97 as the afternoon high for the inland communities. mid 60s at the coast. and it doesn't get better. it gets worse. temperatures back up tuesday, wednesday, thursday. triple digits heat. spare the air days will be popping up as well. upper 80s for bayside communities and mid to upper 60s expected for the coast. >> can you notice a difference from 96 to 102? >> i can't. i can't. >> once you hit that 100 mark. >> it may just be kind of a knowing. like when i looked at my thermostat yesterday in my car and i was like really. >> you start planning the afternoons. today we're going to go to the mall and then see a movie. then we're going ice skating maybe. >> i'll sit in my car and crank the ac. >> thank you, rosemary.
>> sure. teachers spend countless hours getting ready for the school year. but a special teacher in pittsburgh is getting extra help. >> lisa gunderson is a teacher in pittsburgh. she sent a letter to target donors program about how a decked out classroom could help out her students and she was chosen and the classroom is getting a makeover. her and her kids will also be in a target commercial. >> she joins us live from pittsburgh this morning where the film crew will be shooting today and tomorrow. well, out of the gate, how excited are your kids and how about you? >> it's a very exciting opportunity. my kids are just starting to rise. so it's definitely, you know, once in a lifetime experience. something completely new for myself and a unique opportunity for my students. i think i'm most excited for what they will get to experience throughout the whole thing. >> they're going to change your classroom, give it all of the things that you would ever need. but you don't get to see it. it will be a surprise.
right? >> right. so i haven't been allowed in my classroom since thursday was the last time that i saw it. it's at the end of a hallway here. i'm not allowed at the end of the hallway or near it. other than the color concept that is going on in there, i have no clue what to expect. >> a lot of teachers buy their own supplies to decorate their rooms. it adds good motivation for the students. so this must be just a welcome not only in a commercial but you're not going to have to come up with things to decorate your classroom. >> yeah. and it also -- i worked really hard to incorporate one of the big buzz words in education is flexible eating and active learning. i really want that for my kids. so i have been working really hard to give them a more engaging environment and active learning environment through my projects in donorschoose.org i've been able to do that.
and donorschoose.org doesn't operate without the public support and companies like target who chip in and help the communities. >> people maybe don't realize, as frank mentioned, how much teachers put in of their own money and really when times are scarce, you guys feel it the most. you guys are buying things out of pocket. how important is it for -- you mentioned that support. for people to understand that the environment within that space that our kids go to is so critical to their success. >> well, you have to think about the fact that that's where they spend the bulk of their day. some of our kids arrive before school and stay after school. they spend more time than they might in their own home. and this becomes a home away from home. the more welcoming you can make it, the more engaging, the more lively and successful the students will be because it's a space where they are comfortable and happy and can learn and where they can achieve and be their own personal best. as a teacher, what more would you want than that?
i think a lot of teachers will fork out money as much as they can to make that happen. but there comes a limit to what you ultimately can do. that's why something like this is so faintiest tick because it builds upon the opportunities available to you. sometimes you have an idea and think i would love to do this but you don't have the resources or it's something a little conventional. and it's not something that can be done with what you already have. and with a company like donorschoose.org and the support they receive, teachers have so many more options available to them. >> by the way, you're going to be in a commercial. how cool is that. >> yeah. >> it will be fun. >> congratulations to you. we're super excited for your surprise and the kids and really for them to participate in this. and we wish you a great school year. summer is almost over. >> i appreciate it. they will be back here in a few weeks. >> i see them counting the days. >> thanks so much.
>> thank you, miss gunderson. a washington state man is hoping to teach a lesson of fitness and nutrition by eating chipotle for a year. devon cunningham is his name. he did it to prove a point. he wanted to show people that you can be fit and not give up fitness goals by eating what you like. first he want today bulk up so he would eat as much as possible. he gained 16 pounds. then his goal was to lose some weight. using portion control, well, he dropped 26 pounds. so good for him. well, honoring the cult classic. the rocker -- i can't even say it. the rocky horror picture show will be turned into a television show. the unique way that it is being celebrated at comic-con.
>> yes. it's the 2016 comic-con international. it's coming to a close today at the san diego convention center. thousands of people have already participated in the popular event which features interactive booths, including a lip transformation station sponsored by fox. >> we all need one of those. fans lined up to get their lips done by professional makeup artist that's painted rocky horror picture show on their faces. it's coming to fox. >> it's coming back. >> and really quickly before we go, hot, hot, hot. >> bring it. >> temperatures a tad, a tad cooler today. >> and then a minor cooling expected for your monday. you're right. this warm-up not going to end any time soon. in fact there's your view of the extended forecast. upper 90s for the hot spots
inland. a little more cloud cover as we start the morning. on shore breeze a tad stronger for monday. that will bring temperatures down slightly. then we're back up tuesday, wednesday and thursday. trim in the forecast. poor air quality coming our way and fire danger up as well. just take it easy and stay hydrated. >> you might want to mow the lawn today before it gets too hot. >> we're off early this morning. but we thank you for joining us. we have soccer next. so thanks for having your coffee with us this morning. tune in for the latest developments and news on ktvu.com. >> and have a great day, everybody. we'll see you again next week bright and early on saturday morning. take care, everybody. ♪[music] >> bye. >> see ya.