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i know where steve paulson is. he knows about the weather. >> the fog is back. it will be cooler, you two. for sure. some of the most inland locations may have to wait. it may come down a few degrees for some there. watch the fog bank start to move in in marin county and down towards santa cruz. there is plenty to go around. low clouds, cool to mild. temperatures, 50s. we will end up with 60s, 70s and a few towards clearlake and brentwood. mostly sunny. most locations are coming down from 83 to 73 in santa rosa. down 5 in san francisco. livermore only down two. and east san jose down three degrees. low clouds and fog an on shore breeze from this system. moving towards the northeast. some of the cloud cover can drag across sacramento valley and northern california for build-ups there. i think we're just too far to the south. 40s for some. 50s for many. and temperatures are running a little cooler this morning.
46 woodside. same for atherton. there's more of an on shore breeze, not so much of a wind but a breeze that is allowing the fog to come in. the system will brush by us today and tomorrow. and then warmer weather later in the week. 60s, 70s and low 80s for those away from the coast. you've had plenty on your plate. what is going on. >> we have a lot of slow traffic out there. i'm going to start in the east bay and look at highway 4 which is slow. highway 4 might be a little extra slow this morning as people are trying to avoid 242. pardon me. i had to cough there. westbound highway 4 is slow. 242 had an earlier accident near 680 at 24. i'm sorry. near 242 at 680. that's gone. but traffic is still slow. slow from 242 to 24 and then down into alamo. as we look at the east shore freeway, it is a 38-minute
drive from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. your average speed, 31 miles per hour. when you get to the bay bring, you start the timer all over again. 25-minute delay from the time you get there to when you make it on to the span. 880 northbound is recovering from earlier issues. if you're driving across the san mateo bridge, traffic here looks pretty good. we had an earlier accident. for the most part the traffic is okay for the morning commute. likewise for the dumbarton bridge. south bay commute is beginning to fill in. there is 280 in san jose on the right northbound. you can see it is slowing from downtown up into the valley. 7:02. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. thousands of striking ucf service workers are going back to the picket lines. day two of the three-day statewide strike. >> alex savidge is at the campus to bring us more on the striking workers and what is happening today. >> reporter: these striking uc service workers are getting a lot of support today from uc nurses and medical technicians who have joined them on the
picket lines today here at the ucsf campus as well as other uc facilities across the state. this is part of a sympathy strike. the union wants to draw attention to what they say is the university of california's unfair treatment of its low wage workforce. yesterday about 25,000 service workers walked off the job at uc facilities across california, including medical technicians, custodians, food service workers and shuttle drivers. they're represented by the american federation of state, county and municipal employees, local 3299. now, the union says the average striking worker makes about $40,000 a year. this is a planned three-day strike that was called after negotiations broke down. of the big sticking point during those negotiations, job security for these workers, wages, and retirement benefits. >> this is a moral issue. this isn't just about dollars and cents.
it is a moral issue. does the university of california stand for social mobility or stand for a monument for inequality? that is the core question. it is a question that the workers are asking and the public will be asking in the coming weeks. again, uc made the choice to walk away from the table. they need to make the choice to come back. >> reporter: administrators issued a statement saying the union is demanding a 20% raise over three years and the university says it cannot justify such a raise. the university has hired replacement workers but the impact of this strike still is being felt across the state, with hundreds of canceled appointments at the various medical centers part of the uc system. this is a three-day strike. after tomorrow, the workers will be back on the job. the union says if the university doesn't return to the bargaining table, it is always possible, the service workers could return to the picket lines. alex savidge, ktvu fox 2 news. >> and because of the uc
strike, kamala harris has announced she will not speak this weekend at uc berkeley's graduation ceremony. when she was selected to speak back in march, student organizers picked the senator because she is fearless and vocal. she tweeted if we're going to live up to ideals as a nation we need to focus on economic equality and justice. instead of senator harris, carol crist will deliver the key note address. going's developers conference is underway. they will talk about artificial intelligence and new controls to prevent phone and device addiction. allie rasmus joining us live now to give us more information on that. good morning, allie. >> reporter: good morning. this conference is happening at the shoreline amphitheater in mountain view. behind us you see a lot of activity as people are directed into parking lots. a lot of the folks walking with
their land yards around their neck. people already checking in. about 5,000 developers from around the world are expected to attend this conference. it is a three-day festival as they're calling it. a three-day event at the amphitheater. google will announce a new set of controls to the devicing center to control the amount of time spent on devices. the ceo will talk about the theme of responsibility at -- in terms of phone and device addiction. now, the topic of artificial intelligence, the key note from the ceo could include updates from google assistance, the digital helper. and outside of the conference later this morning, two groups that describe themselves as progressive women's advocate organizations plan are criticizing google for what they call fake anti-abortion ads. they say when someone does a
search on abortion services, these ads that provide misleading information pop up so they want google to change the way that it displays the ads that is misleading. the conference starts at -- later on this morning. that key note address at 10:00. back to you guys. some 1700 people have been force today evacuate. shelters and centers are full. i would like to show you time lapse video now. watch as the sort of monster lava moves across the street and swallows the car on the left hand side of your screen. taking out power lines. everything in its path. police have been allowing some people to return home to pick up their medication, their
pets, and important documents. >> she will do her thing. so we will come back when she let's us. >> it could be weeks, even months before are returned to come home for good. the area is still being rocked by earthquakes. >> our time is now 7:08. rebecca cap land raising questions about how the city recruits and hires new police officers. kaplan says women, african- americans, members of the lgbtq community and people who live in oakland are underrepresented on the police force. she also says the police department should change policies that make previous cannabis use or unpaid student loans a barrier to becoming a police officer. she says she first raised the concerns about this about two
years ago. she says very little has changed since then and now she wants an update on any hiring changes. the time is 7:09. another rape kit backlog. this time in marin county. in a moment, just how long some of the kits have been waiting to be tested. >> reporter: will he stay in or get out? president trump with a big announcement on the iran nuclear deal today. i'm doug luzader in washington. we will have more on that coming up. the commute in the east bay is pretty slow. a lot of the freeways are jammed this morning. this is a live look at highway 4. you can tell it is moving along slowly into concord. he's been called a rockstar lawyer. he tops the charts on progressive causes...
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deal. the president has repeatedly threatened to do it. doug luzader is joining us live from washington. doug, with a lot more on what we can expect. good morning, doug. >> reporter: dave, good morning. a lot of build-up for this. about four hours away from the president's decision. we knew this was coming. he has a decision to make on one specific aspect of the agreement. there has long been a question about whether the president would abandon the entire agreement with iran. something that he talked about on the campaign trail. he is dealing with a lot of different pressures. there are a number of u.s. allies urging the u.s. to remain part of this deal. on the other hand you have another u.s. ally, israel, who has long been skeptical of this deal. and even among the president's advisers, there is not one consistent point of view. so he is hearing a lot of different things about this. his inclination seems to be to get out at least some of the
aspects of this. not scrapping the entire deal, not keeping the whole thing, but refusing to wave off the -- the reimposition of sanctions on iran's central bank, for instance. so that may be the most likely scenario as we try to kind of guess what the president is going to do today. >> talk about the addition to his national security staff, john bolton and others impacting this decision. >> reporter: yeah. the national security staff, john bolton is the newest addition there as the national security adviser. he has been a critic of the iran deal. even outside of the national security council staff, you also have mike pompeo, the new secretary of state has long been critical of the iran deal. the president also has advisers like general mattis, for instance, who has been generally supportive of it. he is hearing varied opinions on this. those may come into play or he may go his own direction. >> we will wait and see.
doug luzader live from washington. thank you for that update. we appreciate it. coming up at 11:00 this morning, we will carry and bring it to you live, president trump and his announcement on whether the united states will leave the iran nuclear deal. now, our question of the day is this: what should the united states do about the iran nuclear deal? remain in the deal? leave the deal? or you don't know? let us know what you think by voting on the ktvu twitter page. you can also comment on our facebook page as well. here is a look at the results so far. 58% say stay in the deal. 28% say leave the deal. 17% say you just don't know. continue to voice your feelings on this and let us know. the time now is 7:14. new this morning, president trump says he is talking with the president of china this morning. our president tweeted i'll be speaking to my friend of china
this morning. the primary topics will be trade where good things will happen and north korea where relationships and trust are building. it comes as china's president met with kim jong-un over the past two days. it is the second meeting between the two leaders in less than two months after a secret meeting in beijing last march. this video is from the march leading. this leads up to the anticipated talks between kim and donald trump which are expected to take place in the next month. the time is 7:15. sal is right there watching our commute. everybody behaving for you? >> yeah. i would say so, dave. >> okay. >> and gasia. right now we have traffic that is more normalized. i think earlier in the morning we had more crashes because the roads were wide open. once it gets slow, people are driving too slow to get into serious wrecks. we do have a lot of slow traffic building up, getting on to the bay bridge, which is typical. driving into san francisco. 880 has become a little slower. of earlier this morning, we had
a problem on 880 near marina where there was a bunch of debris and they opened the lanes back up an hour later but the damage was done with slow traffic. we have traffic that will be slow on the approach to the san mateo bridge all the way across. no major issues they're but the traffic continues to be slow. the south bay commute, we've had a couple of things. again, northbound 101 taking it on the chin here with some issues with slow traffic getting up into sunnyvale. at the very least though what we don't have is any problems in the santa cruz mountains. that has kind of a sore spot lately. there is 280. it will be a little slow from downtown san jose up to the west valley. but as we transition into weather, steve, it looks like it is sunny in san jose. >> san jose is. others have the low clouds. it will be cooler for everybody today. came in this morning and there really wasn't that much over
oakland. there is now. pretty good overcast has moved in. cooler coast bay for sure. most inland locations will drop two to four degrees. a couple may hold off until tomorrow to cool off. grand day ahead. let's see what we have up there in rohnert park. i have 47 degrees. how about that. the rest in the 50s. including vallejo at 53 degrees. and our good friend antonio says good morning, steve. the summer fog is back in daly city as we had one fall sunny day yesterday. you did on the coast. you had a fall september day yesterday. currently 53 degrees. that's what he is talking about. watch the low clouds come in over oakland and much of the city and of course the peninsula. south san francisco there. are breaks, some holes in that fog. but we get the cooler pattern today. it will be cooler. the coolest day will be tomorrow. inland temps, most locations
will drop into the 70s. then friday and saturday, warmer. saturday looks by far to be the warmest over the next five. low clouds and five are getting helped along by this system inching closer. i like to show the water vapor because you can see the circulations. you have a double barrel low. one, two, rotating around each other. as they do, they're knocking down the ridge of high pressure. some of this cloud cover, a little bit of a build-up in lake county northward. up towards redding and shasta and also northeast california. maybe a little over the sierra i don't think we will get anything here. a little too far south of that as it moves northward. 50s for many. we are running cooler. 40s for a few. sunny have a was 49. san rafael, 50. novato, 50. and a west southwest breeze has kicked up its heels a little bit. so that's a little stronger. very cold ocean temps. you get a system like this, this of ilk coming in and it has a recipe for cooler temps.
60s, 70s, and 80s for a few. coming down a few after yesterday's warmup. it was above average for everybody. coast and bay, a mix of sun and fog. 70s. and then 50s and 60s on the coast. 60s in the city, south san francisco and 70s on the peninsula. cooler tomorrow. that will be the coolest day. and warmer weather taking us into saturday. gasia. >> thank you, steve. a do not drive warning. an urgent call for people driving around with faulty air bags. the new study that let's them predict your next fashion needs. in a moment.
banned workplace discrimination, and more. antonio for governor. >> the time is 7:22. a new report shows that more americans are interested in going lek are trick when it comes to their cars. the report by aaa shows 20% of americans say their next car purchase will be an electric car. that is up from 15% last year. one of the reasons many drivers say they will likely switch, high gas prices. >> that's for sure. the time is 7:22. amazon is looking for a few brave customers to help them test new body scanning technology. it is aimed at matching customers with the best fitting clothing. now, amazon is offering gift cards up to $250. all you have to do, travel to new york to amazon's office and let a research team keep tabs on your body shape and body size over a 20-week time period. the information they collect will be used to help give the
customer, you, suggestions on clothes that are likely to fit you the best. >> i will stick with the bedroom mirror. thank you. >> yeah. right. 7:23. wall street could be affected by president trump's announcement this morning regarding the iran nuclear deal. there is word of a big corporate deal. for all of the details on that let's go to pam cook with today's dollars and sense. >> there are reports that comcast is planning an all-cash bid of $60 billion for most of 21st century fox. that would beat out disney's offer for some of the assets, including the movie studios. comcast's offer is contingent on the approval of at&t's acquisition of time warner. on the opening bell and on that news, a lot of those stocks are gaining some ground for the most part though the markets are down. and expected to be pretty quiet until later this morning. 11:00, when we get that announcement from the president
regarding the iran nuclear deal. here is a live look right now. the dow is down about 61, 62 points. quarter of a percent. about the same percentage-wise for the nasdaq and the s&p 500. and, again, things could certain change by the closing bell. we will continue to up what the numbers all day today. apple now worth $495 billion, inching closer to becoming the first trillion dollar company in history. stocks shot up after warren buffett said he was buying an additional 75 million more shares of apple. the stock went up on that news. this comes of course after concern about sales of the iphone x. sales disappointing in the u.s. but they have been pretty good in china. and warren buffett say it is not just about the iphone, they are doing a lot of other things including music and he is feeling positive about that company. there is a renewed plea this morning to get defective
air bags made by takata repaired immediately. the cars considered at high risk are 2006 ford rangers, mazda b series trucks. both cars are under a do not drive warning now at this point. repairs are free. car owners just need to schedule it with the dealership. manufacturers estimate on 50 to 60% of car owners have had the repair. a lot are waiting in line at the dealership. it is an ongoing problem there. a judge has ruled under california law, coffee company wills have to include cancer warnings. the judge said coffee companies fighting the warningfailed to show the benefits of drinking coffee outweigh the risks. this comes after the group argued that it includes a carcinogen. i have a feeling that this could lead to something where you're going to see that on the coffee. >> yeah.
>> no bpa, no gmo, all of the things that we are adding to labels. so it is -- >> but people will still drink coffee. many will. >> when you get up at 2:00 a.m., it is kind of not an option. >> we made this the question of the day several weeks ago. warning to death. everything is about a warning about something. so it means nothing. >> it seems like every other day, coffee, wine, it is good, bad. >> thank you, pam. >> tens of thousands of uc workers are striking again today. we will tell you more about the pay raise they want and how the uc system is responding to those demands. >> reporter: 49ers linebacker reuben foster is due in court today. there are new details that he was also violent to his girlfriend's dog. that coming up. good morning. we can see that it will be a little slow on many of these commutes. including the approach to the bay bridge. we will give you another update on this straight ahead. well, if you're on the
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the bee gees. >> uh-huh. >> we are highlighting the plight of the bees, if you will. looking outside of a beehive. today haggen is giving away free ice cream. hoping to educate customers about the importance of honey bees and their great role not only in the creation of ice cream but in the ecosystem overall. >> i didn't know that. >> yeah. very important. >> bees and ice cream? >> yes. yes. important for all of the delicious ingredient that's go into ice cream and everything that we eat on a daily basis. >> all right. >> a nice way to start your morning. the promise of desserts later on in the day. it is tuesday, may 8th. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and good morning. i'm dave clark. on this tuesday morning. we're going to ask steve, how deep is our fog. >> to be or not to be cooler. >> very good. >> that is the weather buzz for the day. i'm done. it will be cool. a big fog bank out there.
by the way, our el cerrito observer george mccray has active beehives, i do believe. george, let me know. he is very much into it. he can give us the scoop on what is going on out there. he will, dave. he is very sharp. low clouds. look at that. fog free and not today. not today. hi there. how are you? can we fix it, please. my goodness. thank you very much. get out of the way. low clouds around. low clouds. cool to mild. mostly sunny. cooler for most. maybe not clearlake and brentwood and vacaville. but everybody else should cool down. 68 this 63 in the city. speaking of san francisco, 63/53. average 64/51. you're right there. 88 in 1931. and 46 in 1898.
low cloud deck is on the move because this system is moves closer to us. partly cloudy skies to the north. for us, the breeze will pick up. a lot of 50s. east bay temps. 49 by concord. 49 pleasanton. mid-50s around pinole and el sobrante and lafayette. more of a delta breeze. it will crank up tonight as the system right there, you see the dip in the jetstream, it has to move across. that will cool us down and give the fog a lot of help. 60s and 70s, upper 70s and mainly low 80s inland. 7:32. sal. >> you know, i like the micro climates because i'm going to start with a picture of san jose, steve. >> okay. >> it is sunny down there, as you have been mentioning. we have traffic that is slow on 280. this is 280 in downtown san jose. northbound which is on the right there. and it stays slow all the way up into cupertino in pockets of slow traffic. you can see it here. 280, 85, 101 has been slow pretty much getting into the
west valley. although we haven't too many unusual things. a couple of lane blockages and hazards on 101. honestly though, even if these weren't there, you would still have slow traffic on that stretch. and it is going to stay that way up to mountain view. we look at the contra costa commute. that is also slow. earlier problems on 242. 242 is better. but 680 is slow down into alamo. and on westbound 24, it is slow in lafayette. by the way, let me go back to that real quick. let me go back to this one. a stalled vehicle that was rear- ended westbound on the carquinez bridge. and slow traffic getting off of that. now we can go to highway 24. it is slow in lafayette. at the bay bridge toll plaza, it is backed up as well. 7:33. let's go back to the desk. >> happening today, reuben foster of the 49ers is expected back in court. he is facing domestic violence charges but that could change business his girlfriend has
changed the account of what happened. leigh martinez is there at the courthouse where he is set to appear in about half an hour. >> reporter: yes. there are new details in the complaint. it accuses him of also throwing his girlfriend's dog across the room. now he is not facing any animal abuse charges. now his ex-girlfriend is changing her story. she has recanted saying that foster has never hit her and she was retaliating against him for ending their relationship. now, foster was accused of attacking his girlfriend at their los gatos home back on february 11th. the girlfriend flagged down a neighbor to call 911. she told police that foster punched her ten times, dragged her by the hair and physically threw her out of the house. she was bruised and had a ruptured ear drum. it started when melissa told police that foster threw her dog across the room and then the next morning foster threw her clothes over the balcony
and forced her out of the home. foster did admit to smashing her cell phone. when law enforcement searched foster's home, officers found a large capacity magazine and gun. both are illegal to possession in california. if convicted, foster faces more than 11 years in prison. well, now the girlfriend says that her injuries were caused by a road rage fight with another woman. and video of that fight does exist. and it was turned over to the district attorney's office. and authorities say that it does appear to be her in the video. so as of right now, we do not know if those domestic violence charges will change in light of this new video evidence. back to you. >> thank you. 7:35. two orth quakes early this morning in southern california to report to you. west of palm springs. then just two minutes later a 3.2 earthquake hit. a lot of people felt them but no injuries or damage reported. we will keep you updated on the story and bring you more as it
develops. the time is now 7:36. day two of a big strike by thousands of workers at the university of california. >> 53,000 health care and research workers walked off the job to protest stalled talks. it held to hundreds of canceled doctor's appoints at ucsf and other medical centers part of the uc system. the union says the average employee on strike makes $40,000. the big issues are job security, salaries, and changes in retirement plans. now, uc officials issued a statement that reads in part, and i'm quoting, union leaders are demanding a nearly 20% pay raise over 3 years. twice what other uc employees have received. the university cannot justify to taxpayers such an excessive raise no matter how much we appreciate our service workers. happening today, santa
clara county pervisor wills debate a proposal to speed up the processing of rape kits. chavez and the d.a. are expected to present an analysis of the resources needed to process the backlog of 200 sexual assault kits by the end of july 2019. it also calls for the county crime lab to take no more than 30 days to process rape kits in the future. to the north bay where a jury reports -- says an unknown number of rape kids remains untested in marin county. they were assembled prior to 2011. the grand jury recommends that each law enforcement agency complete an inventory of rape kits in evidence lockers. they should be sent to the california department of justice crime lab for processing regardless of the statute of limitations or prosecutal value.
the cleaning up graffiti in san jose after taggers hit several buildings in one neighborhood over the weekend. police say there was no much graffiti like this, several taggers must have done it. it covered alameda and the convent. one business owner was about to paint over the graffiti himself when a contractor hired by the city showed up to do the job. neighbors say they haven't seen this much graffiti in one place in a long time. and they're happy the city took action fast. >> if you don't get rid of it right away, it sets a tone for the neighborhood. and here on the alameda, we're trying to set the tone. and gray item edoes not play -- graffiti does not play a part in the ambiance of the street. >> this is classified as a felony and if convicted, they could be order today pay for the clean-up. san jose officials are
getting lots of complaints about unsanctioned fireworks during cinco de mayo celebrations last weekend. here is a video of the illegal fireworks that neighbors showed us. some described it as military grade projectiles. neighbors could hear the fireworks from more than a mile away. they're pretty upset. they say the police were slow to respond to calls about the fireworks. we checked with the police lieutenant who said the officers were spread thin over the cinco de mayo weekend, investigating a homicide, carjackings and robbings. new this morning, we learned a chp vehicle was hit by a truck in oakland. this happened around 4th avenue and coliseum about 2:30 this morning. officers pulled over a white ford pickup truck with paper plates on the side of the road. we learned that as officers approached that truck, the driver got in and sped off at the chp cruiser, hitting the cruiser itself. the officers did not puue him
after he went the wrong way on the freeway. no officers were hurt. the chp at this point still looking for the driver of the truck. the time is 7:40. new information about the golden state killer case. coming up, the connection the dna has to a long-distant relative in idaho and a new report that he may not have acted alone. slowly the opioid crisis. the new regulations in sacramento that will limit how much prescription can be prescribed to minors. good morning. we can see that traffic is going to be busier now on some of these commutes. but also some commutes have improved, like the 680 commute on the sunol grade. well, after a sunny day for everybody yesterday, big changes today. that is a big fog bank out there. coast and bay will cool down. even inland temps will come down. we will show you those coming up.
>> pharmacies will limit the opioid prescriptions to a 7-day supply. the new rules align with cdc guidelines. wal-mart will follow state laws for those that require opioid prescriptions to be filled for less than 7 days. according to the cdc, an estimated 115 115 americans die every day from an opioid overdose. the state assembly unanimously approved advancing a bill to block doctors from
prescribing more than five days' worth of opioid drugs to minors. they make an exception for situations like medical emergencies, hospice care and where the doctors think there is a longer prescription is needed. the bill now goes to the state senate. let's say good morning to mike mibach. >> yep. >> for a look at what is coming up on mornings on 2 in the next hour. >> good morning to you both. another sign that the bay area cost of living is sky rocketing. coming up in the next hour, the reason more divorced parents actually say they're being forced to live with each other even after they have called it quits. and then at 9:00, three- time world series champion jeremy is trying his hand at something new. he will join us live to talk about the charity event he is participating in that has him trying to strike it rich for a number of charities. we will see you in a few minutes. >> thank you, mike. the time is now 7:44. tonight, the warriors can do it. they could wrap up the western
conference semifinals at oracle. >> they lead the pelicans in the best of 7 series 3-1. the warriors came back for a dominating win in game 4 in new orleans. tonight's game tips off at 7:30. >> we will be watching. i'm watching sal right now because he is watching our commute. how does it look? >> you know, it will be slow. and we do see slow traffic on the east shore freeway, dave and gasia. this morning's commute will be slow. not only there but also highway 4. and 680 looks like we might have something new. 680 at 242. so all of a sudden, the commute that had been a little rough is getting rougher. as you can see, 40-minute drive to the macarthur maze. it is a little longer than usual on this cloudy day at the bay bridge. you can see 880 northbound as you pass the coliseum is getting slow as well. some of the commute on the peninsula is also now beginning to slow down on 101 in
burlingame and san mateo. 280 is the better bet driving up and down the peninsula. 7:46. let's bring in steve with today's weather. >> darn, sal. it is almost 7:47. >> here we go. >> i hate that sound. >> see, i wake up to soft music. this morning, we have a lot of low clouds and fog. woke up to dino again this morning, dave. alexa, wake me up to dean martin. >> way to go. >> big fog bank compared to yesterday when there was nothing out there, except the coast was clear, sunshine. morning fog. mostly sunny. a few clouds to the north. system rotates through to the north. we will see more sunshine thursday and more so friday and saturday. saturday could be windy and warm. we get an off shore breeze. once we get closer to friday, we will tackle that. it is pretty good on most of the coast. not all of the coast. but low clouds, cool to mild.
60, 70s, 80s. maybe a few upper 50s san mateo coast if you can't break through the fog bank. what is average 73/51. 98 in 2001. the record low, 1897, 38 degrees. it won't do much with the cloud cover. had a little going for it. i would think northern mendocino county, northward up to the oregon border, sacramento valley could be in line for a few showers. not for us here. we get the effects of the system coming in by giving us a bigger fog bank. there's a lot going on with the system. by the way, next week, it looks like another one maybe a little stronger might sneak in around next wednesday or thursday. if that's the case, probably not big rain producers. i buy it because we're seeing this pattern. we have a ridge that builds up for a day or two and then the
low knocks it down. 50s on most of the temps. a lot of 50s there. woodside made it to 43 this morning. now 48. low 50s for everyone including los altos and menlo park. mid-50s over to union city. upper 40s, low 50s monster a, moss beach. belmont is already 56. san carlos and foster sit needling other the mid-50s. a westerly breeze out to the delta which was at this time yesterday collapsing which allowed temperatures to warm up. you can see that there that is the dip in the jetstream. that has to swing by today and tomorrow. that will cool us down. we will go cooler the next few days. wednesday will be the coolest day. a transition on thursday. friday and saturday warmer. saturday could be windy. there are hints of that. 60s to 70s to low 80s for some today and overall the warmest temps to the north and east. temperatures there will probably cool off tomorrow. but for most, i would say 90% today will be a cooler day.
certainly over by the coast as well. 50s and 60s there. they get the sunshine and then 24 hours later, they're socked in most locations. warmer weather is on the way into the weekend. >> and the weather is perfect. ♪ hold me close ♪ >> there you go. dino. >> dean martin. perfect. >> yeah. dean and steve. >> i don't know about that. dean and frank. >> i love that. the time is 7:49. improving safety in berkeley. coming up at 8:00, the event happening right now and the project that makes both pedestrians and cyclists safer. and how about this, are you addict today social media? up next a look at the signs that you need to take a break from your favorite social media apps and websites. every fire department every police department
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>> the time is 7:52. so many of us rely on social media to keep up to date with friends and family and the news. some feel it is taking over and cutting into real life interactions. there are concerns how social media impacts our mental as well as physical well being. you might be considering taking a break from social media. let's help you do that or at least consider it. happy to welcome fox medical team here with answers. dr. mike, let's talk about the physical negative effect that's can come from too much social media. >> well, gasia, this is almost
an epidemic in our country. people are on social media so much. and so late into the evening that it is leading to sleep deprivation. and that has been shown to be negative in terms of your physical health. people are gaining weight, they're not sleeping. they're falling asleep at the wheel and their performance at the job the next day is suffering because of all of that. now, there was a study, gasia, that just came out four days ago calling it the social media paradigm where you have so many friends on your phone. yet you're isolated and lonely which can also increase risk of depression and anxiety. there are a lot of negatives if you are addicted to that cell phone. >> how do we know if we're truly addicted or just really like to be on it? >> well, like anything else, gasia, if it is affecting your
life negatively, then you're doing too much. in my practice, if i talk to people about alcohol and alcohol use, if someone is saying you drink too much or you're on that phone constantly or you're -- you're at dinner and you never look at me, all of those things are signs. your job performance is going down. your physical health is not what it should be. all of those things. one other thing, your relationships can suffer also because perhaps you put something on social media that is taken the wrong way and that can lead to a disharmony, if you will, with your friends and family. >> some people have taken the extreme measure of going cold turkey. my concern would be how do you use it sensibly because you know we're not just going to throw our phones into the ocean. >> well, gasia, like anything else, there are some people that can do that. and some can't do that. just like other addictions. so if you can use it sensibly
and use it responsibly and it is not affecting your life., go for it. it connects you with the world and many, many friends. the problem is if it is affecting your life and you can't stop, you might need to put it away. i like the idea of taking a holiday. take a break for a month. just see what it is like to actually interact with friends and family without a phone. if i wasn't a doctor, gasia, if i didn't have to answer patients calls with chest pain, i would put it away and i would interact with my son, my daughter and my wife and i would be a better father and a better parent and a better husband. that's what a lot of people need to do. get rid of it. >> yep. >> take a break. >> good advice from dr. mike. thanks for joining us this morning. >> gasia, thank you. >> my pleasure, gasia. >> thank you, dr. mike. the time is 7:55. there is a new tactic for losing weight fast that could
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improve several issues like infections and even cancer. 7:57. new information to bring new the golden state killer case. the connection the dna has to a long-distant relative in i'd and a new report that says the golden state killer may not have acted alone. will he stay in or get out? president trump with a big announcement on the iran nuclear deal today. i'm doug luzader in washington. we will have more on that coming up. the ride on highway 4 is going to be slow this morning still as you come up to concord. but it is improving quite a bit. we will tell you more about the improving conditions. improving conditions for cooler air. if you thought yesterday was too warm, you will like today. even though there is sunshine inland, temperatures will come down. look at the extended outlook coming up.
led the fight to turn them around. as mayor of l.a., antonio villaraigosa invested in classrooms and security. graduation rates soared. antonio for governor. >> will he keep america in or get out? president trump just a couple hours away from a big announcement on the iran nuclear deal. the far reaching impact the decision could have from the middle east to here at home. plus, a group of bicycle safety advocates gathering in berkeley to call attention to this intersection which they say is particularly dangerous to try to cross. we will tell you about the safety measures they would like to see here and across the city. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. welcome back to mornings on 2. i'm mike mibach. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. let's talk about the changing weather. steve paulson is monitoring it all from the weather center.
>> mike, you probably saw it on your way in. >> fog. >> fog city. >> good morning. >> nice sliver. >> a few inland may have high clouds. decent system coming in for may. that will give us a cooldown. higher clouds. no big deal inland. the big news, the fog coast and bay has come roaring back for some. inland mostly sunny. 52, 51, 54. san jose rocking it up to 58. there is a south breeze under sunny skies. plenty of low cloud as long the coast. city down five. wo. and saa rosa from 83 to 78 toy. look at that. right off of the mendocino coast. more in humboldt county. it will drag across as it goes northward. then it will dive into nevada by friday which will pick up the winds. something to watch the next three to four days. today it will be cooler. 50s on a lot of the temps.
52 to 58, 60, book an an always runs warm -- buchanan always runs warm. it will be cooler for many as this system moves across. clouds to the north. low clouds even though it will be sunny, it will be cooler. 60s to 70s and low 80s. 8:02. new or the old. >> we have the old. one thing just popped up at todd road in santa rosa. there is an injury accident on the shoulder on to the way to santa rosa. coming on the east shore freeway, driving in from hercules and out to the macarthur maze, a string of minor accidents, closer to the carquinez bridge. also slowing in richmond driving to the richmond toll plaza. and coming this way towards the bay bridge toll plaza, it is backed up for a 25-minute delay, which is not unusual. 880 has certainly filled in. it is slow from near 238 all the way up to downtown oakland.
and the san mateo bridge traffic is slow pretty much all the way across. this is a look at the dumbarton bridge. the road sensors are slow as well. back to the desk. president trump will make an announcement on the iran nuclear deal. >> expected to be announced at 11:00 and could have an impact on our economy, especially gas prices. doug luzader has more on the story from washington. >> reporter: good morning. could have an impact on any number of aspects of the economy. we will see what the president decides. the president has to decide whether to stay in the eye lan nuclear deal, get rid of it or something in between. a modification in the deal is always a possibility as well. >> and doug, would you say that, you know, there's been some polls suggesting the majority of americans are against pulling out of the deal. what about world leaders in
china, russia, england? have they chimed in and given any advice to president trump. >> reporter: well, primarily the closest u.s. allies and you look at germany, france, the u.k., all the of them have really been lobbying pretty furiously in recent days to get the president to stay in the deal or just seek modifications instead of scrapping the whole thing. that seems to be the most likely path. you have israel, a staunch u.s. ally who has been suspicious of the deal from the get-go, keeping in line with president trump's thinking, especially on the campaign trail, it was a center piece of the obama administration. and the other aspect of this has to do with the president's base. after talking so much about this deal and getting rid of it, will the president kind of do a 180 on that and decide to do something else, like modify the existing deal? it certainly is a possibility. but he will have to put that in
terms that his base will accept. >> what is the result, doug, if the president decides to pull out completely? >> reporter: well, the real wild card there is what would iran do? now there is certainly a possibility that iran would try to salvage aspects of this deal with europe. trade is important to iran. more important than trade with the united states even. it is possible that the united states could get out of the deal and it would survive in some fashion. on the other hand, iran has hinted at the fact that they may simply start nuclear enrichment again. that is problematic. so there may be no easy answers to this. but we may see from the president an effort to simply strengthen the deal that is already there. perhaps allow some sanctions to go back into place in terms of iran's central bank. perhaps to stop there for now to see if he can cut a better deal. >> all right. doug luzader live from washington, d.c. thank you.
ktvu fox 2 will bring you the announcement on the iran nuclear deal on ktvu at 11:00 this morning. our ktvu question of the day is, what should the u.s. do about the iran nuclear deal? 54% say the u.s. should remain. 31% say it should leave. 15% say you don't know. let us know what you think by voting on thtwitter page and leaving us coms on twitter subpoena facebook. here at home, happening now, thousands of ucsf service workers are back on the picket lines for day two of a three- day strike, hoping to call attention to stalled contract talks. today thousands of nurses and technical employees are joining them to draw attention to the unfair treatment of low wage service workers. 30,000 walked off the job across california yesterday. the union says the average striking worker makes about $40,000 a year. the university has hired replacement workers but the impact is being felt. hundreds of appointments have been canceled at various
medical centers across the state. we will hear from santa clara county judge aaron persky. the judge in the case involving brock turner. he sentenced turner to six months in a jail. a ruling that sparked angry across the country. he is the subject of a recall effort on the upcoming ballot in santa clara county. if successful, he will be the first california judge recalled from office in 86 years. he is expected to speak and answer questions between 1030 and 11:00 this morning. we're finding out how investigators looking for the golden state killer got the big break in the 40-year-old case. they had identified a rare genetic marker in the suspected killer joseph deangelo. a woman was searching for family and uploaded her father's dna into the data base. it had a rare marker. her father was not a suspect but gave the fbi permission to dig more into the family's
history. that led agents to deangelo who is expected in at least 12 homicides and more than 50 rapes. the is detective that came up with finding deangelo through family tree searches said it is possible that he had an accomplice during the early crimes but that investigator says he believes the homicides were committed by deangelo alone. this morning a group of bicycle safety advocates are calling attention to what they say is an unsafe intersection in berkeley. >> alex savidge is live in berkeley with what the group wants to see changed. alex. >> reporter: good morning to you, mike and gasia. we're along busy san pablo avenue at virginia street which is a bicycle boulevard in city. they say this is a particularly dangerous intersection for cyclists and pedestrians to try to cross. that's why this morning you can see you have a number of volunteers out here holding up large signs urging drivers to make sure they stop for people trying to cross the street here. this can be a stressful intersection, especially for kids to try to cross and a lot
of schools in this area and kids try to make their way to and from the schools here. it can be difficult to cross the intersections. and that is why this group of frustrated parents and bike safety advocates are calling for safety improvements here at this intersection. i want to bring in ben stein, one of the organizers of the event. good morning to you. >> good morning. thanks for having me. >> reporter: tell mehat you would like changed at this intersection and other dangerous e ins here in berkeley. >> first off, we're really pleased that the state of california will install a traffic signal, a light here, a beacon. that will make it ease whyer for pedestrians to get across the street. we want to see that improvement benefits both cyclists and pedestrians, making it easier to use the street it you're walking or biking on the street. >> reporter: and you were saying there is -- there is a plan in place for a caltrans safety improvement project. this is a state highway we're on. san pablo is highway 123. there is a caltrans pro edge in the works and you want improvements to make sure that
cyclists have the ability to activate the beacon and alert drivers that they're going to cross. >> yes. it has been 20 years since it was planned and we still have frustrated that we cannot get across busy streets. >> reporter: how tough is it to cross the intersection as a cyclist? >> when i try to cross this intersection with my two young children, it is one of the most stressful moments of my day. i can't tell you how many times i've had to yell at my kids and pull them out of the traffic way while we're trying to get across. and there are easy fix that's we can put in place? thank you. a number of local bike safety advocates are out here making a point about just how dangerous it is to try to cross this particular intersection. they have the large signs. they're getting a lot of cars to stop. likely drivers that may not be stopping otherwise if this event was not taking place.
they will be out here until 9:00 this morning. >> a visible group. thank you, alex. another high profile politician is resigning. we will have the latest on the sexual misconduct allegations against new york attorney general eric sneiderman. the google develops conference is about to get started. the new features that the tech giant is expected to unveil on the topibs of artificial intelligence and battling phone addiction. good morning. you can see that traffic is going to be busy if you are driving on highway 4 still coming up and over the willow pass grade.
>> two earthquakes hit early this morning in southern california. a 4.5 quake hit north of palm springs. then a 3.2 quake hit. a lot of people felt it through the coachella valley. no injuries or damage have been reported so far. two dozen homes on the big island have been destroyed by the lava. it destroys everything in its path. some 1700 people whose homes near the lava have been forced to evacuate. shelters are full. look at this time lapse video. it consumes that car on the far left side of your screen. it also takes out power lines, everything in its path is gone.
police have been allowing some people to return home to pick up medications, petteds and attorney documents. google's development conference is under way. they will talk about artificial intelligence and controls to fight phone and device addiction. allie rasmus is joining us live from mountain view with more on the story. allie. >> reporter: the store line am approximate i theatre is where the developers festival as they call it at google will begin. the key note speech by the ceo begins at 10:00. but they have a breakfast out at the park before that speech. that's where you see all of the folks with the backpacks and lanyards. the. credit eo is giving the key note address at 10:00. he is expected to talk about the theme of responsibility with tech companies. google is eggs pecked to announce a new set of controls to the android operating system
to help people, and especially families with kids to manage the time they spend on devices. artificial intelligence will be a key highlight here. it could include updates on google assistant. the voice activated digital helper. and an explanation of how ai, artificial intelligence, is being used to develop other products. also google photos is supposed to get a boost from that artificial intelligence technology. outside of the conference later this morning, separate from all of this, there are two group that's plan on having a poe test here. there are group that's describe themselves as progressive women advocacy organizations. they plan to deliver a petition to google with more than 100,000 signatures. they're criticizing google for fake anti-abortion ad that's pop up whenever someone does a google search on abortion services. the groups want google to change the way it displays the ads because the groups say the
ads that come up on those searches are misleading and they want google to do something about that. so they're turning in that petition about an hour from now. later on they will have a protest at google headquarters. the developers conference is a three-day event. more than 5,000 developers come to attend to hear the latest updates on google's technology. and so that gets started with that key note address from the ceo at 10:00 this morning. back to you guys. >> big week for the bay area company. allie rasmus live in mountain view. thank you. 8:17. let's see if the morning commute is winding down. >> unfortunately, gasia, it was winding down. then we got a whole spade of new things going on. gasia and mike, we are going to start -- if i can say that again. we're going to start in the east bay. i'm going to show you the east shore freeway that had a couple of crashes. now there is an injury accident there. and traffic is slow. as you approach the richmond bridge, you need to give
yourself he can interest time. if you're driving between the cara liu and the macarthur maze, a 41-minute drive. at the bay bridge toll plaza, it is 20 minutes to wait here before you make it on to the span. a lot of congestion on 880 northbound passing the coliseum up to downtown oakland. the peninsula is slow which had been fine but now we have a lot of slow traffic in san mateo and burlingame. all of the south bay commutes are filled in. northbound 280, north of saratoga, getting up to cupertino, slow traffic there. 280 is slow through downtown. again, it will be slow in many areas the last part of the commute. it is 8:18. let's bring in steve with the weather. >> thank you kindly, sir. >> sure. >> yesterday i couldn't find any fog. it was clear. temperatures warmed up. overnight, the fog machine decided to kick in big time. morning fog. mostly sunny. a system dragging across to the
north that will give us a few high clouds. it will be warmer. tricky tricky forecast going into friday and saturday. the wind will pick up. the question, will it be a northwest wind or north or northeast. too soon to say. i would bank on more wind friday and saturday. if it is a northeast, we will get very warm on saturday. a low cloud deck for most of the coast but not all of it. it is getting helped out by this system. this is going parallel, even northward heading towards humboldt county and of course over towards the oregon border. that will drag across northern california though. it being this low. the low will go up to the north and then go up and then on friday start digging into nevada. the question, will it dig more towards salt lake city or more towards the sierra. if it is more towards the sierra, we will be windy and cooler not windy and warmer. because you get the off shore breeze. a couple thing to keep in mind heading towards friday and
saturday. not today. today we get the temperatures mainly in the 40s. some 60s. certainly it will be warm out to eastern contra costa county and lake county. but 58 campbell. 59 san jose. santa cruz mountains, still 40s there. santa clara is 49. campbell is 58. this was about 8 miles per hour yesterday. this being fairfield. that's a big difference. the delta breeze is alive and well. the low clouds and fog are being helped out by this system right here that will usher in a cooler pattern today and tomorrow. then we will rebound friday and saturday. the key though, the breeze will be there. the question, what direction. it looks like it will be warmer saturday. then cooler sunday. so up and down we go. 60s and 70s coast and bay. upper 70s, low 80s, clearlake and vacaville. still dealing with mid-80s there. might cool off one or two degrees for the inland areas compared to yesterday when we had wall-to-wall sunshine. temperatures 70s to 80s. temperatures on the coast, 50s
and 60s. after yesterday's beautiful day. today they're dealing with a lot of low clouds. 70s on the peninsula. cooler today and tomorrow and warmer into the end the of the week. >> saturday, close to 90. >> yes. new questions surrounding the oakland police department. what is being said about the diversity of recruits and the changes that one city council member would like to see.
after a 73-year-old woman died after a crash between a ambulance and a car in san leandro. the cell phone video captured moments ter the crash. the ambulance was on its way to the hospital. had its eye so reasons on when it collided with an audi yesterday morning. the ambulance flipped over on its side. we clearly see that from sky fox. the woman who died was a patient in the back of that ambulance. the coroner has identified her as catherine sunday of san leandro. it is not clear if the accident was the cause of her death or if she died from the medical emergency. three paramedics were also hurt in the crash. they are reportedly out of the hospital and recovering. oakland city council woman rebeck karate kaplan is raising questions but how the police department hires police officers. she also said the department should change policies that make previous cannabis use or unpaid student loans a barrier to becomes a police officer.
she says she first raised concerns about those issues a couple years ago. kaplan says little has changed since then and she wants an update on changes to the hiring policies. he had to deal with years of harassment at the department. the officer is lebanese- american and raised taunts since joining the police department in 1997 and given nicknames such as the beirut bomber and isis. he says fellow officers would make explosion noises as he walked by to insinuate that he was a suicide bomber. it reached a tipping point last year when he requested a transfer from patrol to recruitment. he also took a pay cut. in the claim he is asking for damages, future loss in pay amounting to more than $6 million. department officials say they cannot comment on personnel matters. new york attorney general sneiderman has resigned after
being accused of sexual misconduct by a number of one. >> let's get the update from laura ingall in new york. >> reporter: he linked himself with the me too movement. new york attorney general sneiderman resigning monday night hours after allegations surfaced that he had physically and sexually assaulted at least four women. including two who claimed he cloaked and hit them repeatedly often after drinking heavily. sneiderman denies abusing the women saying in a statement, quote, i have engaged in role playing and other consensual sexual activity. i have not assaulted anyone. i have never engaged in nonconsensual sex which is a line i would not cross. but as he lost the support of democratic leaders including governor cuomo, sneiderman agreed to step down saying that the allegations would be too much of a did i traction for him to continue. >> not in this state. if it is the president of the united states, if it is the
attorney general of new york, nobody is above the law. >> reporter: in addition to focusing on women's issues, sneiderman raised his profile by taking on president trump, pushing to change state law so he could prosecute the president's aides. and filing lawsuits aimed at the trump organization in new york. his resignation now makes the status of that effort far less certain. >> it would be relate today some financial dealings here in new york city in his development days. i don't know who will replace him or where that will go. it is a set back for that effort. >> reporter: sneiderman's interim replacement will be chosen by the state legislature, with voters deciding on a new attorney general in november. laura ingall, ktvu fox 2 news. president trump expect today make a decision on the iran nuclear deal this morning. what the president does not like about the deal and what options he could take. 49ers linebacker reuben foster will appear in court today as new details in the complaint against him also
>> this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> 8:30 on the dot. welcome back to mornings on 2. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning. i'm mike mibach. a lot of sunshine out there. still fog lingering for some of the folks of the let's swing it over to head it over steve. >> at the end of the week, it looks like warmer. mostly sunny inland today. but the fog is really kind of the big story here. not for everybody. but santa rose a-52. 58 in san jose. interesting wind patterns down around san jose and santa clara valley. allen rock at south and saratoga and campbell at
northeast. so it hasn't warmed up there yet. the overcast over oakland came flying in. that's not the case this morning. low clouds cool to mild. some areas warming up. mostly sunny. there will be some partly cloudies. san francisco with the fog. 63. that is down five from yesterday. 63/53 average. the record is 88 in 1931. plenty of low clouds. getting help from this system which is going to go up and over and then dive down into nevada on friday. so it is going to be with us here in one way or another, circling the wagon there. going up and over and to the east the next few days. we have low 60s for a few. a lot of 50s in here. temps are bumping up a little bit. much stronger delta breeze than yesterday. this system will play into the weather with a cooldown today and tomorrow. 60s and 70s and low to mid-80s for some inland. 8:31. are you getting a break yet? >> a little bit of one in some
areas. it has been filled in tuesday commute. let's start with the richmond bridge. we had an accident 580 westbound attica national. that cleared up. then we had a hit and run accident on the bridge. and in combination of those two crashes it has been tough to get into san rafael from richmond. we have traffic on the east shore freeway heading west from hercules. marin county slow from 37 down to central san rafael. a 40-minute drive on the east shore freeway that i spoke of. when you get to the bay bridge, it is backed up for 25 minutes. 880 is very slow getting into oakland. and so is 580 just west of the zoo exit getting out to lake shore. 8:32. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. we are just hours away from a major announcement from president trump on the future of the iran nuclear deal. there is speculation that he will scrap the controversial agreement despite some last- minute lobbying. just yesterday, britain's foreign minister was in the u.s. to make a pitch to the
administration to make changes to the deal but not to end the deal. some political experts say they believe the president's announcement could drive up gas prices if sanctions against iran are reinstated. happening now, thousands of ucsf service workers are back on the picket lines for day two of the three-day strike. today thousands of uc nurses and technical employees are joining them to draw attention to what they say is the unfair treatment of low-wage workforce. yesterday 53,000 workers walked off of the job across the state. the average striking worker makes about $40,000 a year. the university has hired replacement workers but the impact is being felt as hundreds of appointments have been canceled at various medical centers. because of the uc strike, california center kamala harris is canceling plans to speak this weekend at uc berkeley's graduation. when senator harris was selected to speak back in march, student organizers said
she is, quote, fearless and vocal. yesterday she tweeted if we are going to live up to our ideals as a nation, it is critical we focus on economic equality and justice. instead of harris, chance lower carol crist will deliver the key note address. santa clara judge persky is expected to deliver a statement and answer questions from the media. he is the judge in the sexual assault case involving former stanford swimmer brock turner. he sentenced turner to six months in a jail and a decision that sparked anger across the country. if successful, he will become the first california judge recalled from office in 86 years. persky expected to make a statement and answer questions from the media between 10:30 and 11:00 this morning. 49ers linebacker reuben foster heads back to court this morning amid new reports involving his ex-girlfriend.
the sacramento bee is reporting that he may have thrown the woman's dog. leigh martinez is outside of the santa clara county courthouse where the hearing will happen in less than half an hour at 9:00. >> reporter: new details in the complaint against reuben foster also accuse him of throwing the dog across the room. the dog wasn't hurt and he was never facing animal abuse charges. now his ex-girlfriend has recanted the story saying he never hit her and she was retaliating against him for ending the relationship. he was accused of attacking her back on february 11th. the girlfriend flagged down a stranger's call to call 911. she told police that foster punched her ten times, dragged her by the hair and physically threw her out of the house. she was bruised and had a ruptured ear drum. the argument allegedly began the nice before when she told police that foster threw her dog across the room. then the next morning, foster threw her clothes over the balcony and forced her out of
the home. foster admit today smashing her cell phone. when last searched his home, they found a .516 and a large capacity magazine, both illegal to possess in california. if convicted, foster faces more than 11 years in prison. now the ex-girlfriend says that her injuries were caused by a road rage fight with another woman. and video of that fight exists and apparently it was turned over to the district attorney's office. now, it is unclear if the domestic violence charges against foster will change in light of this video evidence. in santa clara county, leigh martinez lee, ktvu fox 2 news. to the north bay now where this morning sonoma county investigators will be back at the house where two bodies were discovered yesterday. deputies were called to the home west of petaluma by a woman who said she hadn't had contact with her sister for more than a month. they could see mail stacked up and tall grass. they found the bodies of a woman and man within a few feet
of each other. they thought originally it was a murder-suicide but changed their minds based on what they saw. it is a case of suspicious deaths but won't say it is a homicide until they have more information. hope is on the horizon for patients. >> a new surgery pioneered in the south bay can allow the free flow of blood to limbs at risk of amputation. jesse gary has more on the procedure and its impact. >> reporter: we're in the offs of dr. patadar who is an endoe vascular surgeon. this new surgery, you don't need scalpels or knives. this is all laser based. >> yes. the new device vaporizes any plaque inside of your blood vessels. we can do it much faster, without the use of many stint that's we used to use before. >> reporter: typically a person would come in with a blockage
in one of their blood vessels here or veins. >> yes. the blood vessel that's we see on an x-ray will be shown to be narrowed. after that, without making an incision, just going through with a tiny needle in the leg we go to the blood vessel and on contact we can actually burn it. and let me demonstrate for you. >> reporter: please. >> this is a tomato. this is the laser device. it is really amazing. you can watch it literally burns right through. >> reporter: burning through the tomato. >> burning through the tomato. and vaporizing the plaque. other devices caused blockages. this device can dissolve it and we don't have to go fishing of the little pieces anymore. it has revolutionized what we can do. >> reporter: give me an idea of what the patient goes through. do you have to be knocked out
completely or are you partially awake. >> the patient is usually awake but in twilight. it takes an hour and a half to do the procedure. the patients are usually talking and joking with us. afterwards they get a band-aid on their groin and we watch them for a couple of hours and then they're discharged home. >> usually when you would have a blockage, you would have to do a bypass where a patient would be, you know, side lined for weeks. and that is not the case anymore. >> that is correct. we are called the endoe vascular surgeon. we don't do any more open procedures. this has completely replaced open surgery. >> reporter: doc, it sounds amazing. >> yes. >> reporter: this is an example of someone who had a blockage in their foot, et cetera. this is something that would help this kind of patient. >> yes. i would say if you continue walk or getting cramping in your legs or calves, go see your doctor because there are
technique that's we can do without surgery. don't be afraid. you won't have surgery. you can go home the same day and return to your normal daily activities. it is really remarkable what this device has done. >> reporter: and pioneered here in the south bay. >> absolutely. yes. >> reporter: i appreciate your time this morning. and i appreciate -- >> thank you very much. >> reporter: it wasn't too bad. thank you, doctor. appreciate that. fur a diabetic or just have problems with your legs, with aurora arteries, no surgery, no cap he will, no buy -- scalpel or bypasses. that will vaporize the blockage. back to you in oakland. >> thank you, jesse. big news for apple. how warren buffett is helping the company move closer to a new milestone. still a tough one on a tuesday. we're hoping that the commutes later in the week will get better. it is still a little slocumi up con ford on highway 4.
there will be plenty of sunshine away from the coast. a good fog bank has come roaring back. we will take a look at both of those on the tuesday forecast. (sound of footsteps) (sound of car door opening) (car door closes) (sound of engine starting) ♪ ♪ he's been called a rockstar lwinning 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...
let's go over to pam cook with this morning's money business. >> comcast is planning an all cash bid of $60 billion for fox's production assets. that would beat out disney's offer of $52 billion. the two are becoming more direct competitors as disney plans to launch its own streaming service. comcast already owns nbc and universal pictures. comcast's offer is contingent on the u.s. government's approval of at&t's acquisition of time warner. we will continue to watch that deal. apple now worth $945 billion. it could be the first trillion dollar company in history. the stock shot up after warren buffett bought an additional 75 million shares of apple. analysts have been concerned about sales for the iphone x. but they have been disappointing here in the u.s. but strong in china a warren buffett says it is more than just the iphone. he likes the management,
philosophy and cash flow. when the opening bell rang this morning, apple's stock went up slightly. trading at nearly $186 a share. 21st century fox sup. disney and comcast trading lower right now. checking the broader markets they're all down across the board. have been all morning long really. but not by a lot. and, again, most traders, investors, analysts say it is pretty much waiting until we hear from president trump on the nuclear -- the iran nuclear agreement. you can see the dow jones down a bit. wal-mart is taking action against opioid addiction. wal-mart and sam's club pharmacies will limit opioid prescriptions to a 7-day fly and limit morphine dosages to 50-milligrams a day. it is in line with the cdc's prevention guidelines. according to the cdc, an estimated 115 americans die each day from an opioid
overdose. a recent report from smart asset reveals the 25 best american cities four recent college graduates. it says the cities are affordable, have good job opportunities and are fun. the top five are columbus in cincinatti, ohio, nashville, pittsburgh, pennsylvania and milwaukee. there is one california city on the list despite the high cost of living. san francisco comes in 19th. they looked at ten metrics, including the number of job listings, cost of living in the city and entertainment and dining. we certainly have a lot of that. i moved here right after college. i think of those -- that list of cities, i prefer san francisco. >> i agree. >> yes, it is expensive but it is based on a lot of things. >> it is, thanks, pam. >> the time is 8:46. let's check in with sal and a look at the commute out there. how are we doing, sal? >> improving a little bit but a lot of work to do in the
improvement department. a lot of traffic in marin county and the east bay. things usually get light they are time of year. but this is a work horse tuesday. right now it has filled in quite a bit. san mateo bridge still having a tough morning. so is the dumbarton bridge. getting over to the peninsula. and the peninsula started off okay. now we have a lot of slow traffic on the bayshore freeway. and again on northbound 101 from south city all the way to san francisco, 280 is slow from daly city. so everyone is out going to school, going to work. and we do have a lot of slow traffic. 8:47. let's bring in steve with today's weather. >> all right, sal. are you ready? >> yes, sir. >> it is going to be cooler. >> okay. >> what is going on in the peninsula for crying out loud. >> look at the airport. >> i sue that. i like it. we have a lot of low clouds. in fact they filled in nicely or not so nicely depending if you want more of the same from
yesterday. if you're inland, yes. it will be a little cooler there. there is a good fog bank that has kicked in. 51sfo to 58 in san jose. a little bit of a north/northeast breeze around san jose and santa clara val i under mostly sunny skies and on the warmer side. good morning, steve. i was feeling the sun rays at 7:30 this morning in kelseyville. loving this weather. great for the motorcycle and fishing. i imagine they go hand in hand. take the motorcycle and go fishing. it will be warm up there. you may get some cloud. there is a system dragging across. i think tomorrow you will be cooler for everybody. even unto clearlake and kelseyville. many inland locations will cool down. this low will play into our weather between now and friday is not saturday. it will dig into nevada. and the wind will pick up into the week. today there is an on shore breeze. an increase in low clouds. and a few high and mid level
clouds mainly north, mendocino county and lake county. 50s and 60s. running a little cooler than this time yesterday. redwood is already 60 degrees. the delta breeze which was 8 miles per hour this time yesterday is now gusting to 23. that is a huge change. las vegas looking for 100 today. 43 up in truckee. 53 ukiah. 56 down in santa barbara and l.a. plenty of gray. that will probably make for a chilly day for many. not all of the coast with you some of on the coast. this system as it moves in will give us a cooldown. that is lifting northward, not moving east. then the low will move in nevada as it goes up and over on friday. now, if it moves over towards the sierra nevada, we will be cooler. if it mouches close -- moves over to salt lake city, we will look for a warmer pattern. 60s and 70s and 80s today. most inland north and east locations will still be in the low to mid-80s. most locations today will come down two to three degrees
compared to yesterday. santa clara valley, low 80s. although upper 50s already. 50s and 60s on the coast. 70s on the peninsula. cooler tomorrow. a windy pattern late in the week with more sunshine. >> it looks like a nice night to win the game for warriors. 730 according at oracle. >> let's get on to houston. is that what you're telling me. >> yes. >> sounds good. the reason that more divorced parents are being forced to live with each other even after they have called it quits.
i we worked with pg&eof to save energy because wenie. wanted to help the school. they would put these signs on the door to let the teacher know you didn't cut off the light. the teachers, they would call us the energy patrol. so they would be like, here they come, turn off your lights! those three young ladies were teaching the whole school about energy efficiency. we actually saved $50,000. and that's just one school, two semesters, three girls. together, we're building a better california.
>> new this morning, president trump says he is talking with the president of china this morning. he tweeted i will be speaking to my friend president of china this morning. the primary topics will be trade where good things will happen in north korea where relationships and trust are building. today's expected telephone call comes as china's president meet
with kim jong-un over the last two days. this is the second meeting after a secret meeting in the chinese capital in late march. this is video from that march meeting. this all leads up to the highly anticipated talks between kim jong-un and president trump. u.s. attorney general jeff sessions went to the u.s.- mexico border near san diego yesterday and delivered a message about illegal immigration. sessions says he has assigned an additional 35 prosecutors and 18 immigration judges to deal with an increase in immigration prosecutions. he said anyone entering the u.s. illegally will be prosecuted. and as a result, families may be separated. despite the trump administration stepping up arrests, a new report shows that push back from california and some sanctuary citysis slowing the transfer of inmates into custody. according to the policy institute, about 69% of arrests during 135 days of the trump administration were transfers
from criminal custody. compared to 85% during the early years of the obama administration. ben carson, the secretary of housing and urban development, could be sued by civil rights groups for not signing off an an obama era policy. a lawsuit will be filed today where he is accused of delaying enforcement of segregation analysis. under the obama policies, cities and counties needed to submit housing data and antisegregation plans to receive federal funds. the lawsuit claims that carson's delay is indirectly suspending the fair housing act. a new report is highlighting the expensive cost of living in the bay area. according to the chronicle, more divorced parents are forced to live with each other even though they have officially split. the report cites the high cost of living and the cost of providing care for their children. many families say they also don't have the option to move to a cheaper area because of their careers. taking a hit to the head can have more damaging impacts
8:57, clean up is work on the way after taggers hit one neighborhood in san jose. police say there was so much graffiti it must have been the work of several taggers. neighbors say they haven't seen this much graffiti in one place in a long time. this much graffiti would be classified as a felony. in addition to jail time they could be ordered to pay for the clean up. this evening the san francisco parks department will hold an open discussion about permenantly banning cars from a road that leads to twin peaks. just two months, the cities park and rec department expanded a pilot program for two years that closes part of the road that leads to twin
peaks. the eastern part of the road has been closed since 2013 to give pedestrians and cyclists easier access to peak views. a new study from uc san francisco finds even a mild concussion can double a patient's risk of developing dementia. the study involved more than 350,000 military veterans it looked at veterans that looked at injuries during military. it looked at veterans that suffered head injuries during wartime. the risk of dementia was the same for both groups. the lead group researchers said that that means anyone who has a head injury could develop dementia. >> that's kind of a scary thing for people to hear.
>> reporter: experts say early symptoms of dementia include memory loss that impacts the ability to carry out daily tasks. confusions that includes getting lost in a familiar place and difficult reading and writing. more needs to be done to prevent traumatic brain injury including always wearing a helmet while biking and always wearing a seat belt while in a vehicle. today the warriors can wrap up the series against the warriors. 3-1 after dropping game three, the warriors storm back for a dominating win in game four in new orleans. tonight's game tips off at 7: 7:30. if the warriors win, they will face off against the rockets. mayor league baseball is taking a page from the nfl play book when it comes to expanding its fan base -- major league baseball. next year the yankees will face off against the red sox at london stadium in mid-june. they hope to draw 55,000 people
to the game. major league baseball plan as returned engagement in 2020 and hopes american baseball can pick up a strong following across the uk. today at 9:00, we go live to washington, d.c. where president trump is just a couple of hours away from a major announcement on the iran nuclear deal. and we're live from the director of a south bay museum on a new exhibit using quilts to address gun violence. plus, giants world series champ jeremy affeld speaks to us about the championship. a beautiful looking shot here from san rafael toward san francisco. the city by the bay. this can't quite unwrap that morning blanket of fog out there. welcome to the 9 everybody. not just any