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wednesday. the transition day will be thursday. then it looks warmer, may be very warm by the end of the week. saturday looks to be the warmest day if you want to look ahead. the low clouds have been chewed up. we had a cold down yesterday. we will bump up today. there is your cool down and then another low. that has been the pattern so far in may. 40s, 50s to almost 60. brownwood is 58. by the concord pavilion it is 49. antioch is 60. there is a big difference. black hawk is 46. 53 in el cerrito. except for some patchy fog, we are good to go for sunshine. cooler tuesday and wednesday, thursday will be in between. it will be nice. saturday will be the key day. we may be in the upper 80s or
90s. it depends. 60s and upper 70s with low to mid 80s for a few. let's check traffic with sal castendo. >> we have a few things we are watching that might slow you down. we will start with the eastshore freeway and show you 80 westbound as you drive out to the maccarthur maze from the carquinez bridge, a 22 minute drive. a little bit of slowing in vallejo as you drive to the carquinez bridge. here is the a bridge toll plaza, a 15 to 20 minute wait there. traffic is okay on interstate 880 in oakland north and southbound. traffic continues to move along very well. southbound 680 at stoneridge, there is a new injury accident. the fire department is on the way. southbound 680 is already slow. now we may have some problems. we have issues on southbound 880. we have southbound 880 near industrial there is an accident. that has slowed traffic heading
south out of hayward down to union city. tens of thousands of university of california workers are starting a three day strike. >> the walkout will affect all 10 of the church -- campuses. ktvu's allie rasmus is live. how will this affect things? >> reporter: it will have an impact on patient care and services. you can see ucsf medical center , you can see the picket lines forming behind us in front of this campus. the workers on strike include pharmacy technicians, respiratory therapists, custodians and security workers, food service workers and nurses and technical workers.
for patients, that means hundreds of medical procedures had to be postponed or rescheduled as the strike goes on for the next 72 hours. the union represents about 25,000 employees here in the stormy -- uc system. they held a similar demonstration back in february. they have been in contract negotiations for more than a year with no agreement. a uc spokesperson said they are offering a 3% pay raise over four years and anything more than that is unreasonable. the pay raises the union has asked for are about 20% per year. the union disputes that number. the union says what is at issue is not only increased rages -- increased wages, but they also want a guarantee from uc that the food service, security and other jobs will not be outsourced to an outside
company that will be paid at minimum wage with little to no benefits. they also don't want higher insurance premiums and they don't want uc to raise the retirement age for workers. they say after the stalled negotiations for over a year that they are imposing a contract on the workers. the workers are not happy about it. that is why they decided to call this 72 hour strike. >> that was allowed an active scene. we will check in with you throughout the morning. new from san francisco overnight, police are busy searching for suspects after a shooting near a church in the mission district. two people were wounded near guerrero.
>> reporter: there was a funeral going on last night here . there is a question whether or not there is a connection between the funeral and the shooting. the shooting happened a few feet from the front of the church . there are remnants of the crime scene out there. the two victims were outside when they were shot. san francisco police came out just before midnight and found the two men suffering from non- life threatening injuries. the shooting was a few feet from the first samoan congressional church. there was a funeral held here earlier in the evening around 7 pm. sources tell us there could be a possible connection between the funeral and double shooting. there are reports that one of the two men that were shot is the brother of the person whose funeral it was being held here. that is an increase unconfirmed report. we do not have any suspect descriptions at this time, this
is the early stage of the investigation. those two men suffered from non- life threatening injuries. happening today, police will hold a news conference to reveal more information about an officer-involved shooting in downtown san jose. that happened around 7 am yesterday morning near east william street, not far from san jose state university. investigators say officers opened fire on an armed home invasion suspect before taking into -- him into custody. that officer-involved shooting was after two other shootings. the first took lace in the parking lot of story road shortly after midnight. officers found a man who had been shot lying outside a car. he was pronounced dead at the scene. a few hours later, police were called to a second shooting
nearby. officers detained several people and recovered a gun. the victim and that shooting is listed in stable condition. it is not clear if the two shootings are connected. in hawaii, the kilauea volcano is still erupting sending lava and ash into nearby communities. 26 homes have been destroyed so far. love is flowing and neighborhoods on the big island. there is a new concern. new vents have opened up releasing sulfur dioxide, a toxic gas that can cause irritation, burning and breathing problems. more than 1700 people have already evacuated. officials are letting people back in their homes in certain areas briefly to grab whatever they left behind. >> we also went in to feed some of the pets in there right now. it is sad. >> that area has been hit with several earthquakes.
the biggest was a 6.9 on friday. experts say all this volcanic activity could go on for some time. area companies or the topic of conversation at a big shareholder meeting over the weekend. we have a breakdown of the investment warren buffett is making that is affecting wall street this morning. we have your chance to head to the polls that starts today up next. the commute is moderate. we have a few things out there, but we have some commutes that are looking pretty normal. we will break them down for you straight ahead.
today is the first date to vote in the june 5 primary. this year's primary includes races for governor and congressional seats. there's a race for mayor in san francisco. bay area voters will be asked to raise bridge toll fees by $3.00. voters must be registered by may 21. under new law, all registered voters will receive vote by mail ballots. some counties are offering early voting at select locations before voting day. california republicans held their state convection over the weekend in san jose -- san diego.
they did not endorse any candidate for governor. businessman john cox received 53 -- 59.3 of the vote and travis allen received 40.3%. you need 60% for the endorsement. >> this is an opportunity for california republicans to come out and give a strong message on what we stand for. >> in february democrats had their convention and also did not choose a candidate for governor. >> at the state republican convention, republicans kicked out a neo-nazi running for seat. patrick little, who is praised adolf hitler, was reportedly seen dragging and kicking the israeli flag as he was being escorted out of the convention. the gop condemned little, saying there is no room for his
eighth speech. don't forget to turn into ktvu for the california primary on june 5. we will have coverage on the big races and analysis. >> i will do that. let's check the traffic. >> we are watching slow traffic in many areas. i am looking at the commute. some of them are very normal, as i said earlier. some of them are not. this is a pretty normal commute between the carquinez bridge and the maccarthur maze of 24 minutes. we didn't have any of that surprise roadwork problems like we did last week. we have been doing pretty well ever since. the bridge is backed up for a 15 to 20 minute delay. that is about normal for this time of the morning. likewise for interstate 880. we have new light standards
here in the middle of the freeway. all of a sudden, that is what they have been doing, i guess, putting up like poles and lights on 880. it is not affecting traffic. i just noticed it. southbound 680 we had a crash at stoneridge with the fire department on the scene. the slow traffic continues even after that heading down south. we had an accident southbound add at industrial. they are clearing that. we had some early-morning crashes, dumbarton and san mateo topic looks good. on the 101, we are in good shape. we do have mostly clear skies after a weekend where we saw some cooling take place. the fog came back and we had high clouds. all that has cleared out. temperatures look good. maria says, good morning, steve. happy monday. happy monday to you, too. tuesday and wednesday we will be cooler and we could be warmer
than we have been yet sunday -- on saturday. today will be warmer with clouds we are cooler on tomorrow. san jose 68, 77. the city from 59 to 66. oakland 48 to start, 62 and then 70 for a high downtown. that is about 5 degrees warmer than yesterday. clouds have moved off to nevada and points east. we get that ridge of high pressure and then the low coming across, that seems to be the pattern in may so far. i don't see a change. 40s and 50s for temperatures, oakland airport is 48 degrees. 40 in lake port, sunnyvale is 47. los altos hills is 53. upper 40s and 50s in fremont
and union city. san mateo is 48. water temperatures are very cold. something has gone wrong with the bodega bay temperature. half moon bay in monterey about 53. i saw 52 for santa barbara. that is really cold. another one said 56. 30s in the mountains, 44 in ukiah. a little bit of patchy fog, but that will give way to sunshine. a decent system will move in tuesday and wednesday for cold and. tomorrow i think the fog will be back. temperatures will cool down and a high pressure will kick in. the end of the week looks warmer friday and saturday. saturday could be really warm inland. we could get some upper 80s. 60s and 70s by the water, 70s
and low to mid 80s inland. 80 in walnut creek, 70 in oakland. san jose upper 70s to low 80s. 62 half moon bay and mountain view is 76. tomorrow cooler into wednesday, nice on thursday and warmer friday and saturday. president trump choice for cia director says she was willing to withdraw her name. what the president is saying about his nominee, gina haskel, days before her confirmation. restaurant menus will start to look different today. you may see some extra numbers. here's a look at tonight's primetime lineup. lucifer at 8 pm, followed by the resident at 9 pm and don't forget to stay tuned for the 10
fargo, despite the company's recent struggles and he continues to sing the praises of apple. we have more on the shareholders meeting. >> you forgot see's candies. >> talk about apple. he increased his position by a lot. now we are still talking about him really betting a lot on apple. >> he bought 75 million shares to add to the stake he already has. about 5% of the company is what he has now. it took him a long time to come around. he usually says he doesn't understand technology so he doesn't purchase it. he looked at it as a consumer product company. i pressed him on that.
we are evolving at the speed of thought, especially in silicon valley. he says it could happen, when it does, give him a call. he is a big believer in tim cook and apple. wells fargo, he is sticking with that company despite scandal after scandal. there was another settlement they had to pay off to shareholders in a class-action lawsuit. there are all these investigations. 3 pm eastern i have him live as he comes out of his board of directors meeting. i will ask him if any of the board of directors disagrees with them on whether to hold onto wells fargo. there is a department of justice, securities exchange and a department of labor investigation going on, not to mention a bunch of attorneys general. i have to tell you, more than 35,000 people defend omaha nebraska -- omaha, nebraska
master class on investing for the economy. he seems pretty strong. he is starting to see inflation and price is starting to rise. a lot of that has to do with the steel and aluminum tariffs. costs are going up for his companies. he owns pampered chef. they have stainless steel cookware. he has a steel company. his companies, all 63 of them are very much a proxy for the economy. i hope everybody joins us on foxbusiness. bitcoin, they hate bitcoin. we will push him on that. >> before you go, i have to ask you. there are a lot of people that listen to what warren buffett has to say. there is a bit of a feud between him and tesla right now. tesla has been in the news quite a bit. >> i have covered elon musk since way back then.
they have had a give-and-take. elon musk started it during his conference call a week ago when he said his electric semitrucks would hit the rails. warren buffett owns an entire railroad. i asked him about that. he said the railroads will still do great. he said he was fine if his batteries worked in warren buffett's trains. elon musk criticized the moat concept saying you are not to succeed if all you care about is pushing away attacking armies. warren buffett doesn't tweet but he does have an@warren buffett. >> thank you so much.
bank of america will give financial support to remington, the bank will go make a. this comes weeks after bank of america said it would stop financing military style weapons for civilians after the florida school shooting massacre in february. bank of america is contributing $43 million-$193 million lending package by seven banks. the goal of the loan is to help remington get back on its feet as it emerges from bankruptcy. two big names in the world of coffee are teaming up to take on a powerful rival. nestli will pay starbucks more than $7 billion in cash to a nestli to start selling starbucks products in nestli's coffee systems beginning next year. nestli's capsules are competing
with the kuerig cups. k's include pete's and green mountain coffee. starbucks will make coffee in north america and starbucks will make coffee for the -- nestli will make coffee for the rest of the well. grocery stores, convenience stores, restaurants, vending machines, eating movie theaters have to have a calorie count on their menus. the fda extended the date for national compliance by a year. the move is one of the measures contained in the affordable care act. it affects various food sellers with 20 or more locations that sell ready-to-eat food. karoly -- carol -- calorie labeling will be required on nearly 5 million to 6 million vending machines.
that leads to our question of the day. how does calorie labeling affect your behavior? does it help you make healthier choices or does it have no impact? let us know what you think by voting on our ktvu twitter page or commenting on our ktvu facebook page. we want to show you the reports so far. 51% say it helps you make healthier choices and 49% say it has no impact. my daughter is talking about nutrition in school and they are talking about sugar and how much sugar affects your diet in unhealthy ways. she is looking at labels all the time. still ahead, arrests made in daly city in connection with a shooting at a bowling alley. two men are in custody after that shooting. elon musk is taking a dramatic step to reorganize the
fremont-based automaker. we will tell you why starting today the company will be cutting back on a number of third-party contractors. we do have traffic that is going to be busy on some of the bridges crossing the bay. it is getting busier on the east bay freeways, too. if you like a forecast that has sunshine and warmer temperatures, we have a great forecast for you. cholula hot sauce is teaming up with jack in the box for the cholula buttery jack. a little hot sauce there... woah. what's happening? jack i'm trying to film this commercial! oh my gosh, sorry. with delicious cholula hot sauce and crispy jalapenos on a signature bun. the new cholula buttery jack. part of the buttery jack family.
thank you for joining us on "mornings on 2". it is monday, may 7. i am dave clark. >> i am pam cook. let's check in with steve paulson for our weather. >> it is nice on this may 7. >> it is may 7, pam. >> it is mostly clear out there after our weekend with clouds. the majority of that is out of the area. the sun rose over mount diablo spilling light over san francisco. it is warm and clear at balboa park. happy monday. 66 is the forecast high. it may be a little warmer along the mission district. the average is 64 and 50. 93 in 2001 for the record high.
san jose had 100 in 1987 today. the average is 73. the higher clouds are gone. most of the fog was chewed up. this system will move closer tomorrow and through the north on wednesday for a cold him. it doesn't take long this time of year. we have a cold and tuesday and wednesday. it looks warmer by the end of the week. it cool be in the upper 80s, may be near 90 for some well inland . that is not until saturday. sal, i never want to put you on the site. is there something on 680?
>> how did you know about that? >> there is something on twitter. >> there were apparently three men who took a bunch of tools from home depot nearby. they got lit up on the freeway. the patrol car got behind them and they crashed. 680 at stone valley road and those three men ran off. now it is police activity with chp called and there is a helicopter on 680 at stone valley road. they are looking in the creek bed. the car crashed. there is a big police presence 680 at stone valley road. nearby and related to this there is a crash at 680 and treat. the fire department is showing up on the scene southbound 680. as you head on 80 westbound coming up from the carquinez bridge to the carquinez bridge
-- to the maccarthur maze, it is about a 20 minute delay before you make it onto the span. elon musk, ceo of tesla is taking a dramatic step. >> starting today, tesla reportedly is cutting back on the amount of outside contractors. ktvu's alex savidge is live with more. >> reporter: elon musk says it is time to scrub off the barnacles, as he puts it. starting today, those third- party contractors will not be allowed access to any tesla facilities, unless a tesla employee is willing to vouch for the quality of their work. he sent out an email to employees letting them know about this new policy. it is
unclear at this point exactly how many outside contractors potentially could be denied access to tesla facilities beginning today. during last week's first- quarter earnings call elon musk told investors the number of third-party contractors had gotten out of hand. that is why he promised to correct them. right now, the electric carmaker continues to reorganize as the company continues to lose money quarter after quarter. tesla is continuing to struggle to increase production, especially when it comes to its new model 3 sedan. elon musk says he believes tesla should be turning a profit sometime later on this year. meanwhile, he is taking this dramatic step. he is vowing to cut back on those third-party contractors unless someone who works for tesla is willing to vouch for them. the napa county sheriff's
office is investigating a deadly crash involving a fire engine and a motorcyclist near st. helena. investigators say that fire engine was heading to a crash on highway 128 near lake hennessy when the collision happened. the and motorcyclist apparently lost control and hit the fire engine. the chp says the motorcyclist died at the scene. details about the rider are not being released until relatives are notified. no one else was seriously hurt. the body of the missing boater that went missing at the bottom of the san joaquin river a week ago has been recovered. the body was found saturday afternoon. he was one of two men who fell into the water east of antioch ridge on april 28. they were trying to anchor their fishing boat when awake through them into the water. someone in another boat pulled one man out of the water but
could not find the other. neither man was wearing a life jacket. a weeklong investigation in daly city of a shooting inside a bowling alley has led to arrests. the two suspects were arrested on saturday for the shooting on april 28 inside classic bowling. police say the gunfire followed a fight between two groups of people. one man was shot and remains in the hospital. several victims and family members of victims of the golden state killer traveled from northern california to nashville, tennessee to go to a national convention on crime. that event in tennessee was planned before the arrest of a suspect, joseph deangelo . the long-awaited break in the case added to the emotion of that meeting.
this is one of the youngest victims. she says her recent meetings with other victims helped her deal with what happened to her more than 40 years ago. >> i had kind of given up. i was okay with that. that was until about a year and a half ago when i met my sister survivors, as we call ourselves. >> she was only 13 years old when an attack or wearing a mask and leather gloves raped her in her bedroom. investigators say that attacker was a serial rapist and killer known as the golden state killer who terrorized california in the late 70s and 80s. lawmakers will hold a hearing on self driving vehicles. the committee will address balancing the safety benefits and concerns of self driving cars. assemblyman jim frazier
will chair it.
it begins at 2:30 pm this afternoon. attorney general jeff sessions will talk about immigration enforcement later today in san diego. that visit comes about a week after hundreds of central american migrants traveled to the u. s. border seeking asylum after a month-long caravan. sessions called the caravan a deliberate attempt to undermine american laws. he pledged to send more immigration judges to the border to resolve cases, if needed. the washington post said they worried it would hurt her reputation and the cia. democrats say she should be disqualified because she was in charge of a detention site in thailand where
tortured with waterboarding. she changed her mind after a phone call from president trump and reassurance from white house officials she has their support. her confirmation hearing is on wednesday. >> the president tweeted this early this morning saying quote, my highly respected nominee for cia director, gina haskel, has come under fire because she was too tough on terror. think of that. and these very dangerous times we had the most qualified person, a woman, who democrats want out because she's too tough on terror. win, gina. rudy giuliani says he is advising president trump not to testify in the russia investigation and maybe take the fifth against self- incrimination. >> when i am facing a situation with the president and every lawyer in america thinks he will be a full to testify. i have a client who wants to testify. he said it yesterday. we said to ourselves, my goodness, i hope we get a chance to tell him the risks he is taking. >> if president trump does take the fifth, he will likely face a backlash.
during a 2016 campaign rally, then candidate donald trump criticized staffers of his democratic opponent hillary clinton for taking the fifth. that was during a congressional investigation into hillary clinton's use of a private email server when she was secretary of state. at the time, donald trump said quote, the mob takes the fifth amendment. if you're innocent, why are you taking the fifth amendment? one of our top stories this morning, hitting the picket lines. tens of thousands of university workers are doing that this morning. coming up, the potential impact on people that extends past college campuses. the threats against the warriors star and his reaction on social media after comedian says he hopes he gets shot. 680 is a mess this morning in different spots. pleasanton traffic is slow. it is slow in other parts. we will let you know more
winning pro bono battles for immigrants and the homeless. defending gay rights and gun control. democrat jeff bleich. after columbine, bleich led president clinton's youth violence initiative. with joe biden, bleich took on domestic violence. served president obama as special counsel and ambassador. maybe bleich can't pull off the rockstar look... but his progressive record is solid gold. welcome back to "mornings on 2". the warriors beat the new orleans pelicans 118-92. now they leave their playoff series 3-1. kevin durant makes
it look easy. the dart -- the warriors dominated from the beginning. they live by 15 after the first quarter. kevin durant had 38 points and steph curry had 23. the warriors are one win away from moving onto the western conference finals. king5 is tomorrow night at oracle. a comedian from louisiana is apologizing for a tweet directed at it seven. after yesterday's gain, andrew polk said quote, i hope draymond green gets shot in the face as soon as he leaves the arena. andrew polk later apologized and both the tweet and the twitter account was deleted. draymond green was asked about it. he brushed it off and said it was sad that someone would take basketball that seriously. he is praying andrew polk gets the help he needs. the san jose sharks lost to the las vegas golden knights 3-
0. there hope for another stanley cup is over. the sharks tried to score early, but the goalie for las vegas kept the sharks off the board. it was still scoreless in the second when a series of passes by the golden knights ends with the score that martin jones could not stop. that would have been enough, but vegas went on to score 2 more times. the golden knights wrap up that series in six games. the sharks won twice as many games against the golden nights during the playoffs as they did during the regular season. this may be the start of a very interesting rivalry. it is time to go to the newsroom.
>> when i join you in minutes, oakland mayor libby schaaf joins us in-studio to talk about a range of issues her city is facing. from a recent court ruling that could hold oakland responsible for the deaths of 36 people in the go ship warehouse fire to progress on a plan to remove homeless people from city streets and put them in tough shed structures. we discuss what is happening here in town 10. a new plan to honor the late san francisco mayor. we reported on a number of proposals, but this one appears to be taking hold. the reason why the late mayor's name may be soon part of the airport. i will have that and more when i join you in moments. "the avengers" was number one at the weekend movie box office for the second weekend in a row. >> there was an idea. >> yes there was. "the avengers: infinity war"
was the idea. it took in another $112 million this weekend. it is the fastest movie to reach $1 billion in worldwide ticket sales in 11 days. it is the fourth highest grossing marvel comics movie. the movie of a board debuted in second place with $14 million. it is a remake of a romantic comedy of the 1987 movie. a quiet place still putting up solid numbers in its fifth weekend. it took in another $7 million for its total sales. >> i am behind in my movie watching. sal castendo has a lot to talk about in traffic. >> 680 was a little bit of an adventure at stone valley road. there is police activity at the bottom of the offramp. there is a big police search in the area. i will pull back a little bit. the icon got really big. northbound 680 at stone valley road, three burglary suspects,
three men who allegedly took tools from home depot ended up being tracked by a police officer. when they figured out they were being followed, they ran into a poll northbound 680 at the bottom of the ramp. there is a lot of police activity here. this is 680 at stone valley road . there is a search going on. one of the people was taken into custody at gunpoint. it is a serious situation on 680. going the other way on south bound 680, there was an accident southbound 680 at pleasant hill to walnut creek. traffic will be slow. southbound 680 entry was where the accident was. it is slow from 242 to 24. 80 westbound from carquinez
bridge to the maccarthur maze is a 30 minute drive. at the bay bridge it is a 25 minute delay unless you are in the carpool lanes. let's bring in steve paulson. >> happy monday. we have more sunshine today. temperatures will bump up today. nothing to the extreme. may is a little warmer, then cooler. that is what we are having this week. warmer today and then cooler. the coolest day the week looks like to be wednesday. we have a cool down as we get into the 50s, 60s and 70s. today it will be 60s, 70s and low 80s. napa 73 to 79. 2010 is rebounding 5 from sunday. it will be sunny and nice, we go for a high of 70. we are in between systems. there is another low on the way. as this approaches, it will have a lot to work with. it can work with the cold ocean temps to get some fog. that will be back tomorrow. 39 in lake worth. that is cool. 48 in fremont, oakland 48, 49
in redlands erie -- redlands city. american canyon is in the low 50s. windsor, occidental are in the low 50s. there is a westerly breeze at sfo at 16. it is easterly at the oakland airport. it is a fight between the two,, but southwesterly is holding on. it is not that strong. 44 in ukiah, 49 in monterey. the fog will not have much of a chance today because of ridge of high pressure will hold it down. that system approaches and that we will -- and then we will see a fog bank on tuesday. saturday could be the first hot day. we will tech of that on friday. we could be in the upper 80s to near 90 four the inland
locations. today we are in the 70s to mid 80s. mid 80s near redwood and oakland . a soft 80 in san jose to the santa clara valley. santa cruz is 75 degrees. mid 70s on the coast. 66 in the city. temperatures will cole off a little bit tomorrow. wednesday looks cooler. warmer weather friday and saturday. russian president vladimir putin takes the oath of office again today. it is a fourth time he is been sworn in as president. it is a six year term. he won in march was 77% of the vocal -- vote. he stepped down in 2008 because of term limits but became prime minister until he could run again for president. we are still watching lava from the volcano in hawaii.
it is destroyed more than two dozen homes. we have a closer look at the damage and if there is an end in site. a nightmare is over for passengers aboard a carnival cruise ship. led california's fight ofor clean, renewable energy.or he cleaned up pollution at the port of l.a. and created more good-paying jobs. antonio villaraigosa for governor.
back on dry land after a flood onboard their ship. happened on board the carnival dream last thursday. it was cruising the caribbean, a large water pipe broke. passengers on that hallway say crewmembers came down to bail out the water. the cruise line says it took about six hours but everything was dried out and replaced. carnival gave the affected travelers a full refund and offered them a discount on a future cruise. other travelers aboard this ship stayed -- said they do not know the flood happened until other passengers told him get stomach a pickup truck hit a southwest airlines plane at the baltimore washington airport. the truck became stuck under the plane. passengers were on the plane, they complained that they were not allowed to get off for two hours. southwest says none of the 172 passengers were hurt. the passengers were helped off that flight as a pickup truck
was still stuck under the plane. a jetblue plane made an emergency landing after an outer windshield shattered while it was in flight yesterday. the flight was headed to tampa from puerto rico when ada had to land in fort lauderdale. it landed safely about 1:00 in the afternoon. a flight attendant says the flight was never in any serious danger because airplane windshields have several layers of windscreens. last week, a window cracked at a southwest flight headed from chicago to new jersey. several rural counties in illinois have taken an unusual stand for gun rights. they are using the word sanctuary, a term conservatives often associate with the liberal policy to oppose a federal law. five counties recently passed resolution declaring themselves sanctuary counties for gun owners.
that is a reference to so- called sanctuary cities such as san francisco and berkeley that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration officials. the declaration is designed to fight any proposed gun control laws proposed by illinois. the time is 6:58, british transportation officials now using bomb sniffing dogs to screen airport cargo for bombs. it's extra layers of protection, these dogs, they can sniff out the smallest amounts of explosives hidden in large amounts of cargo. the docs go through about 12 months of training before they go on the job. airports in the uk already use dogs for spotting drugs and other illegal activities. >> people who bore the napa valley wine train are expecting to find wine, a gourmet meal, and great views of the wine country. however, graffiti is now spoiling that scenic trip for many of those wine train passengers. vandals are ready graffiti on fences and walls, facing their train tracks. rather than scenery, passengers
are looking out the window at this. especially on the tracks between lincoln avenue, and california boulevard in napa. >> when you have that kind of -- even some of the graffiti using oakland, san francisco is a lot nicer than what you see in that corridor. so it does have an effect. >> some of the local artists in the wine country are fighting back, they are painting beautiful murals over the graffiti near the train tracks. some are even decorating some of the train signal boxes on the wine train route. tens of thousands of workers have -- are on strike for the next three days. we will tell you what happened here, why the strike is happening, and the impact that this is expected to have. san francisco police search for the gunman who shot two people outside of a church in
the mission district. new details, coming up. this is ktvu. -- let's talk about your weather. i saw a lot of sunshine outside a moment ago, and i will continue most of the day. >> good morning. we do have a lot of sunshine already out there. today will be warmer after a lot of low clouds and cool down and high clouds on sunday, we rebound today with only some patchy fog, not much, nothing coming through or over the golden gate bridge, so we are off to a mostly sunny start here, warmer, and a little cooler tuesday and wednesday. and it looks very warm at the end of the week but that is the end of the week. they will start off with sunshine and we will have sunshine most of the day. for san francisco, 66, 52. averages 64, 50. 93 the record high in the state, 2001. there go the higher classroom yesterday so we get a ridge of high pressure