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this is mornings on 2 weekend. >> good morning to you. welcome to mornings on 2 it's sunday, september 23rd i'm claudine wong. >> our first full day of fall. good to have you with us i'm frank mallicoat. first here are some of the headlines over night. it was a very busy night in oakland. police say there were multiple side shows in the city. >> we'll have more on where they happened and what the crowd did when officers went to break those side shows up. things are back to normal at bart this morning but there are scary moments after smoke filled one of the stations. >> we have video from a passenger. we'll have more on what happened and made the flames on bart. >> and local news outlets are calling this weekend's game
against stanford a complete collapse. the game was not going well for the cardinal not early on though. >> just when you thought it was over with only one time out left when all oregon had to do was take a knee, things got a little crazy. we'll have highlights coming up. but first let's talk about this sunday weather and how things are shaping up as we ramp up our weekend. what a gorgeous shot. >> at first i thought that was one at the golden gate. no that is sales force. it is a beautiful view there. the marine layer and low clouds at 1200 feet or so. we've got much over san francisco although i do see a little bit right in there. could see a few buildings. it's not as wide spread and not as uniform as yesterday when it comes to the cloud cover out there this morning. hopefully a little bit of a break up sooner than later. 56 degrees in san francisco. oakland checking in at 50. livermore low 50s and san jose
mid 50s. 24 hour temperature change shows we are cooler out there. and some of it has is the low cloud cover. giving you a view of the low clouds along the coastline and inside the bay. through the morning hours we'll have this but with by the afternoon we are mostly sunny. away from the coastline, at the coast it will be a partly cloudy day. 60 degrees the afternoon high expected in pacifica. 64 for san francisco. we'll go low to mid 70s around most of the bay. our inland locations 84 degrees for livermore today. mid to upper 80s in and lander concord as well as antioch. 80 degrees expected for santa rosa. this is expected to be the coolest day. temperatures begin to warm as early as tomorrow. our inland areas back into the mid to upper 90s by tuesday and wednesday. and we do have a fire weather watch for our north bay hills. i'll detail all of this coming up in a little bit. >> thanks, rosemary. new this morning oakland
police showed multiple cars with side shows through the night. leigh martinez is joining us with more. leigh. >> reporter: we are off of high street and 880 and wow, we're told that about 30 cars are being towed this morning. if you look down here it started at 42nd street. it looks like a parking lot. tow truck out there right now taking a car away. we already saw the tow truck take about two cars. we talked to a couple teens that were out here waiting to find out the status of their vehicles. they said their story is they got caught up in this and they are hearing that their tickets may be over $3,000. around 1:40 a.m. on sunday morning oakland police announced that officers were dealing with a large side show activity throughout east oakland. these are photos opd posted on twitter. police say people participating in the side shows threw rocks
and bottles at the officers. around 2:30 a.m. police started towing cars from the area of 42nd and 880. traffic was impacted in several areas. at this time we have not learned of any arrests related to the side shows but one man says he got caught on the side show on his way home and his car my be impounded. his father came out to talk to officers but with no luck getting his car out. >> i was coming off the freeway and cars were coming the wrong way. i got blocked in. i had tear gas thrown at me and all of my government id's are in there. i might lose a government job. >> reporter: police have released few details at this time. we don't know how many side shows were going on over night and no word if anyone was hurt. there have been several videos of the side shows posted online. so again we're told up to 30 cars are being towed this
morning. anynd and 880 -- 42nd and 880 looks like a parking lot here. leigh martinez ktvu fox 2 news. at least two people are hurt after two early morning shootings happened just ten minutes apart in oakland as well. this morning shortly after 2:00 the first shooting was reported in the 1600 block of 16th avenue. second reported near the intersection of international boulevard and miller avenue. both victims had to be hospitalized. both are in stable condition. police have not named any shooting suspects thus far. police also did not confirm if the shootings were related to those numerous side shows reported across oakland you heard about from lee just moments ago. the chp is searching for the gunman that injured a man and his service dog in the latest bay area shooting. they were hit on interstate 980 in oakland. both are expected to survive. as ktvu elisa harrington reports, police are trying to
figure out a motive. >> reporter: shots fired on a bay area freeway. this time in oakland. eastbound lanes of interstate 980 just west of 580. california highway patrol officers respond around 11:30. and found a hyundai sonata. >> the driver a white male adult of the hyundai relayed he had been traveling eastbound in the number one lane. or the far left lane. when his vehicle was struck by -- what he believed was gunfire. >> reporter: the driver was shot in the neck and suffered lacerations from broken glass. a service dog in the vehicle was shot in the shoulder. that animal was taken to a vet and is expected to be okay. >> we did recover three bullet casings on a freeway. that is why the freeway was stopped for a couple hours. we were canvassing the area. >> reporter: chp shut down lanes of traffic to
investigate. video shows the windows of the sonata shattered. officer baza says they do not know a motive but this is one of several shootings on bay area freeways he says many can be avoided by avoiding an aggressive driver. >> just avoid that person. look for an escape route. if you feel like your life is in danger, call 911. it is not worth it. we don't know who is on the freeways. people may be armed. >> reporter: in oakland elisa harrington ktvu fox 2 news. time is 7:07. bart operations through the civic center station in san francisco running normally this morning. that is after passengers hurried away from the station as it was filled with heavy smoke last night. the video here shot by a bart passier. problem was reported just before 6:00 last night. bart says it was caused by a blown insulator out on the track passengers allowed back in the station about a half an hour later when all the smoke had finally cleared.
no injuries were reported. large home in walnut creek was seriously damaged after a fire started on the roof last night. that fire was reported just after 5:30 last night on castle glen road. three people were inside the house when the fire started but everyone got out safely. investigators say the people had been using their fireplace and embers escaped from the spark arrester on the chimney and that set the roof on fire. the fire spread to the attic and it took fire crews more than an hour to get it under control. sailboat stuck out on the rocks near crescent bay is still there almost a week later. they responded around 9:00 p.m. on tuesday night. there it is. crew members contacted them saying their boat had struck some rocks near the crescent city harbor entrance way up north. they were unable to take sailboat entow because it was rapidly sinking. the sailboat remains partially submerged this morning. the coast guard is working with the boats owner now and insurance company trying to salvage that sailboat and get
it out. caltrans is shutting down highway one starting tonight. the highway will be closed between pi low ma avenue and claire ton road. the freeway will be closed to make it safer for drivers and construction crews. the work will effect over night and morning commute traffic every week through this friday. southbound highway one will close at 10:00 and reopen at 7:00 in the morning. northbound traffic will be blocked at 9:00 at night and 5:00 in the morning. several rent control rallies took place in bay area cities to support prop 10. the housing now coalition held events. they say supporting prop 10 will return power to local communities by protecting renters and expanding rent control.
>> if i were aware of the extra income come from? where does the extra money come from? my mom is a single mom. i do what i can to help out. my sister does what she can to help out. but it's very hard. >> that woman says her mother works in health care and there is a fear that energy workers will be forced out of the city. prop 10 will be on the ballot this coming november and we're just six weeks away now from that election. it's one of the most popular tourists attractions in santa rosa and the museum is offering special tools. >> how the museum is becoming more accessible to those that have trouble hearing or seeing. >> this will bring up their self-est steam and moral. >> it may seem small but it's having a huge impact. find out what is being added to an east oakland school that is causing a lot of excitement. ♪ flintstones! meet the flintstones. ♪
happy sunday. giving you a live picture there of the sun. summer has been gone for less than 24 hours and we already miss it. so what are we going to do? we will play songs of summer. this is john henley the boys of summer. temperatures continuing to cool for your afternoon of the day but there is a heatup on the way. i have details coming up. time is 7:13. happening today one of the most popular tourist attractions in santa rosa is offering special tours. charles schultz museum offering tours for people that are deaf or blind or just have trouble seeing or hearing. tour guides will offer verbal descriptions and there are some exhibits guests with vision problems will be able to touch.
and there will be american sign language guides. it will start at 11:30 to 2:30 today. the museum is asking people to call and make a special tour reservation so there are enough interpreters and small enough groups so everyone that needs help can get it. oakland elementary school are offering something that many take for grabbed. -- taken for granted. clean clothes. ktvu rob roth explains why the idea could soon spread to other low income communities. >> reporter: here in the heart of east oakland at encompass academy a celebration. after a three year push, the school got something it desperately needed. a washer and drier on campus. it may sound strange to celebrate this, but there is nothing strange about it here. >> this little washer and drier room may be small but it's huge for these children. >> reporter: all the students
are low income. some sleep in homeless shelters. many come to class with clothes that smell and sometimes other kids bully them. >> it hurts my heart and i have a huge heart and it hurts me so much i can't sleep at night. >> reporter: this attendance officer says one student's clothes were so soiled she took off on her lunch hour and bought the student new clothes out of her own pocket. >> if a parent came to me and told me they are struggling and can't afford clothes, i'll do it again. >> reporter: the nonprofit oakland beautification council raised the necessary $13,000 from the oakland coliseum community fund to build a laundry room. the way it's supposed to work, every friday volunteers will wash a weeks worth of clothes for every student that is signed up. that way the student will have fresh clean clothes for the following week. >> some of the kids and their parents don't have the money to get the detergent. to have a laundry. to go to the laundry. and you've got to do whatever you've got to do. and i think that they should
have a laundry here. because this will help a lot of parents. >> this will bring up self- esteem, this will bring up their moral. >> reporter: this school is not the only one in oakland that needs laundry services. the beautification council is looking at getting washers and drieser -- driers for them too. san francisco unified school district lottery system could soon change. school board commissioner matt hainey plans to introduce a resolution on tuesday to get rid of the system and right now an algorithm helps to decide where the students are placed. parents can pick any school in the district but no guarantee they will get a school close to their home. and he wants to re-examine the entire process. the lottery system was intended to reduce segregation in the schools but he says it's just not working. >> what our lottery system does is sets people up to plan to leave. decide when they will opt out.
and it is a huge burden on families. >> not knowing exactly how far we were going to have to commute back and forth was really hard. >> there could be a vote on that proposal as early as october 9th. a group of junior high school and high school students is giving back to the community through the skill of robotics. the team imnova tours astounded two years ago and since then the group has helped hundreds of children that normally wouldn't get the opportunity to explore the world of robotics. members say they enjoy working with kids that don't have the opportunity to access stem education and resources. so the team works to bring robotics to them. so far they have taught over 200 children using a format based off of a lego robotic kit. they are working with the nonprofit casa to reach out to students. >> kids teaching kids. doesn't get much better than that. weather wise it is a sunday and rosemary is here to tell us all about it. same old, same old. a little fog and sunshine. >> it will be a nice day.
temperatures will continue to cool as we get into your sunday afternoon. and then a rapid warmup coming our way. as a result, we will dry out. and we do have fire danger coming our way as well. there is a beautiful view there over the hills where we are starting out partly cloudy. mostly career for our bay side and inland communities. mostly cloudy along the coastline once again. let's take a look at the pattern in place. this trough that is swinging through today. it will continue our cooling trend. temperatures are expected to come down a few degrees over where we were yesterday. if you enjoyed yesterday, today should be another nice day. although it will be a little cool and cloudy at the coast. inland communities into the low to mid 80s for the afternoon today. and temperatures begin to take off as we get into monday. the tuesday, wednesday, thursday time frame looks to be the hottest days of at least the business week. and again increased fire danger is coming tonight and lasting into tuesday for our north bay hills. so it's going to be dry. it will be gusty. and the national weather service has decided to issue
this. again it starts tonight. it will last until tuesday at one point relative humidity is expected to drop down to 10% or so which is critically dry. outside of our doors at this hour, we are with cool to mild weather. 57 in walnut creek. we have 46 to start your day in napa. san francisco good morning to you at 54. and into the south bay 55 for you. heading to the game today to see the a's play, it will be a nice one at the coliseum. 69 degrees expected with a west breeze. mostly sunny skies. your game time about 1:05. low 70s in the forecast for the afternoon through oakland. upper 60s for berkeley and into the north bay a beautiful day to be hanging about at napa, novato, santa rosa. our inland communities for the inner east bay will be a warm day. but nice. 85 for antioch this afternoon. if you head to the west, it will be a little cool per pacifica looking at 60 degrees for the afternoon. san francisco expected to go
64. we'll go 74 at redwood city. and into the south bay mid 70s. ed san jose. 83 degrees expected morgan hill. mild in santa cruz. partly cloudy and 69 for the afternoon there. here's a view of the extended forecast and there is that warmup. so even though summer is over, the heat is back on as we get into tuesday, wednesday, thursday. mid 90s in the forecast for inland communities. we'll go mid to upper 80s tuesday and wednesday for bay side communities. and nice beach weather coming our way. upper 60s and low 70s expected for much of the business week. back to you. >> thanks, rosemary. what a comeback. stanford forces overtime and beats the ducks. >> quite a game and in prime time and they do it on the road in a very tough place up in eugene. a terrific college football game. highlights of the oregon game and we'll check in on the a's and giants as well when we come back. in 2011, california passed a law
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for a low price. call now. comcast business. beyond fast. only one of the bay area's big football teams was in action today. seventh ranked stanford played the oregon ducks. >> reporter: this was one of the most incredible football games i have ever seen. stanford should have been dead in the water on multiple occasion. they somehow found a way to force overtime and beat the ducks in the extra frame. thereby stealing one at austin and remaining undefeated. >> a game where you have to
believe the whole time down 24- 7. at halftime. everyone believes. we stayed calm and poised and executed our game plan. >> how many times during the game we're like this is crazy. this is crazy. it's one of the most unique feelings i have ever experienced. i'm so excited to do it with this team. >> everyone on the sideline's nerves were four and up. i'm sure everybody that took the field wasn't like that at all. everyone was calm and collected. we have been here before. >> reporter: incredibly bryce love did not manage 100 yards on the ground but kj did it through the air. over 300 yards passing. it doesn't get any easier for the cardinal. next week on the roads against another undefeated top ten team the notre dame fighting irish. >> that was scott reese up in eugene after the big win. a win by the a's over minnesota and they clinch a playoff spot. the magic number just one on a magical season as oakland keeps
chugging along. they beat the twins 3-2. they were down a run with marcus siemian will take care of that in the fifth. belting out his 13th homer. 2-2 game. here we go in the ninth. and your game winner bases loaded. two outs. and we have a wild pitch. we'll take it. steven will fly home. and the dugout will empty and we've got a little pick pile there at home plate. how about the a's? their 94th victory. 3-2 over the twins. still a game behind the yankees for that top wild card spot. giants at st. louis. garcia a little flair will find some turf and gets a little boot out there to boot. two runs come home. cards tie it up and in dramatic fashion win it in the tenth with a walk off home run at bush stadium. tyler o'neil crushes the game
winner as the giants lose their 84th of the year. the oakland raiders are still in search of win number one. the team lost a very close game against the broncos last sunday. the raiders will look to bounce back against a dolphins team that is off to a surprising 2-0 start. today's game starts at 10:00 a.m.. also at 10:00 a.m. the niners will play the chiefs. they have their work cut out for them. you can watch that niners game right here on ktvu at 10:00 this morning. we have a full day of sunday football here on ktvu. coming up at 8:30 the mercedes benz show. at 10:00 you can catch the niners and chief. and thenth cowboys take on the sea hawks. and catch our sports wrap with highlights from all of those games. >> i love sunday. >> i know you do. >> football in september is the best. coming up next tonight there is a candle light vigil to support the palo alto professor who is accusing brett kavanaugh of sexual assault. >> up next we will hear what
♪summer loving had me a blast summer loving happened so fast ♪ >> who doesn't like grease? >> i know we're taking your request summer has come and gone. last day was yesterday. this is your first full day of fall. we want to thank glen tweeting out he wanted wake me up when september ends by green day or the grease song summer nights.
and we went with grease. >> who doesn't like a summer night? >> a little bit of fog over the city by the bay and all over the coast. good to have you with us on a sunday it's 7:30. >> still dancing. i'm claudine wong. let's take a look at your weather. rosemary, how is our day shaping up? >> you know we have to wait for summer to pass before we get our best beach weather. >> exactly. >> that is what is coming our way. that and increased fire danger. we have to take the good with the bad. here's a view if you like it good or bad. not as wide spread and not as uniform as yesterday morning. we have a cooler air mass in place. we had cooling in the over night hours. and for most of us, it's a cooler start. 45 degrees right now in santa rosa. san francisco 56. there is actually san francisco below this cloud cover here. 53 in oakland as well as in livermore and san jose good morning to you at 55. here's a look at the 24 hour temperature change.
down by seven degrees. santa rosa and novato so you are filling in. down by four in san carlos. down by four in san jose. we have mostly cloudy skies at the coastline. around the bay and inland, partly cloudy to mostly clear. so a little bit more sunshine to start your day. as we get into the afternoon, we'll cool off a little bit more. we have a trough swinging through. that will provide us with the on shore breeze and cooler air. 71 in oakland. if you are going to see the a's play, it will be a beautiful day for you there. low 80s in concord. 80-degrees in santa rosa. behind the system that is bringing us the cooler weather, high pressure is going to build in and as it does, it will increase our fire danger and it will heat us up. i'll have details on this and the extended forecast coming up. new this morning oakland police towed several cars following multiple large side shows all over the city over night. ktvu leigh martinez is joining us live. she is in east oakland this morning where cars are still
being towed out. leigh, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. opd tells us they have towed 85 cars over night and there are still 30 more cars left for them to go. so they anticipate over 100 cars being towed this morning. 42nd and 880 looks like a parking lot right now. the police ended up blocking off all the pedestrians or the participants and all the cars that were here for the side show last night. all of these cars have been stuck out here and they are all being towed this morning. we also got confirmation from police that two officers were injured. we don't know the extent of their injuries or how they were injured. two officers were injured last night trying to break up the side shows and two arrests were head. around 1:40 a.m. oakland police announced that officers were dealing with large side shooktivity throughout east coke land. this is photos opd participated.
and that people in the crowd had fired numerous gunshots. around 2:30 a.m. police started towing cars from the area. 42nd and 880 which is the largest of the side shows. traffic was impacted in several areas. at this time we have learned there were two arrests related to the side shows. but one man says he got caught in the side show on his way home and his car may be impounded. his father came out to talk to officers but with no luck in getting his car out. >> i was coming off the freeway and cars were coming the wrongway. i got blocked in. i had tear gas thrown at me. and all of my government id's are in there. so i might lose a government job. >> reporter: he told us that police told his father that it may cost more than $3,000 for him to get his car out of immound. so again, we know of two arrests in this side show. we don't know exactly what they were arrested for just yet.
and in terms of citations, police are telling us that there were hundreds of citations. they probably won't have an accurate number until tomorrow. they are still towing cars at 42nd and 880. they have 30 more cars to go. in oakland leigh martinez ktvu fox 2 news. happening today there will be a candle light vigil in support of the palo alto professor accusing brett kavanaugh of sexual assault. the i believe christine vigil is at the start of 8:00. yesterday dr. christine blasey ford reached a tentative agreement to testify on thursday to the senate judiciary committee. rob malcolm has more on how bay area residents are reacting to this latest development. >> reporter: local restaurants, the signs of support were everywhere for christine blasey ford. the woman accusing president trump's supreme court nominee
brett kavanaugh of decades old misconduct. >> i want to support women that are speaking up. and that takes a lot of courage to stand up for what she did. and the least i can do is stand with her. >> i can speak to the majority of the people that are survivors of sexual assault that it means an immense amount that we have someone coming forward and speaking the truth. >> reporter: ford has agreed to testify before the senate judiciary committee. as the confirmation controversy drags on., vice president mike pence predicts the no, ma'am thee will end up on the high court. >> i believe judge brett kavanaugh will soon be justice brett kavanaugh and take his seat on the supreme court of the united states. >> reporter: however, even republicans appear to be
divided. senator susan collins says it's reasonable to delay the confirmation proceedings if it means giving an assault victim time to tell her story. >> regardless of what the tacts of this case prove to be, we know that the crime of sexual assault is one of the most under reported crimes in our country. >> reporter: those who know l dr. ford well say she needs to be heard. >> it's important for her to have her story told. but it's also important for her to be treated fairly. and i have to tell you, i'm outraged at how she is being treated. but the senate judiciary committee, by mitch mcconnell. by these senators or congress people that are raking her over the coals. >> reporter: they also realize life for their good friend and neighbor hasn't been easy. >> she is getting death threats and hate mail. and we are having those thank you cards sent to her office at palo alto university so that when she hopefully can get back
to a normal life when this is all over, that she will go back to her job and she will have all of our letters of love and support waiting for her. in about five minutes we will talk to political analyst ryan sogul about what to expect this week as dr. ford gets ready to testify and we'll talk about what that will mean for brett kavanaugh's nomination. president trump continues to hold a hard line when it comes to immigration. he announced a proposed role. the goal is to deny entry to immigrants. the administration deems a drain on the country. critics think it could deciding whether or not to accept financial help in exchange for the opportunity becoming a green card holder. homeland security secretary has ordered the head of fema to pay up for his personal use of
government vehicles. dhs investigation found that brock long commissioned fema transport vehicles to take him to and from his home in north carolina to fema headquarters in washington. homeland security secretary kirsten neilson says he was not authorized to do that. it's not clear how much money long will have to reimburse the government. despite the findings and rulings, he will be allowed to remain director of fema. >> it's my understanding that some policies were not developed around these vehicles. that we will get cleared up and pushed forward. >> long issued a statement saying as a leader, i accept any responsibility made by me orr the agency. sources have described the situation as tense. time now is 7:38. iran's president accusing an unnamed u.s. ally of supporting a deadly attack at a military
parade in their country. yesterday gunmen disguised as soldiers started shooting at the parade killing 25 people, injuring almost 70. a separatist group and isis claiming responsibility for that attack. u.s. state department has condemned those attacks. dr. christine blasey ford is set to testify in washington this week. >> coming up next we will talk to ktvu political analyst that will explain what this means and what is next for mr. kavanaugh. >> plus there is a new law that is helping home cooks and benefiting consumers.
♪in the summertime when the weather is hot when the weather is fine ♪ >> good morning to you. giving you a live look at a partly cloudy start to the day. and in hon nor of the end of summer, we're playing summertime songs this morning. this tweeted to us on facebook. >> jenn wanted this song to be played this morning. so there you go. >> thank you for that request. that is an oldy but goody for sure. we have a cool down coming our way for our afternoon today. and a big warmup in the extended forecast. more on this coming up next. 7:42 on this sunday morning. dr. christine blasey ford's lawyer says she has agreed to testify before lawmakers at the senate judiciary committee this week about her allegations against supreme court nominee brett kavanaugh. >> but all the details still have to be worked out.
joining us on the phone to discuss ford's testimony and what it could mean for judge kavanaugh is our ktvu political analyst brian silva. good morning. >> good morning, frank. how are you doing? >> we are all doing good. it's a sunday. no complaints here. in terms of kavanaugh and her testimony dr. ford's testimony is credible, what happens? >> you put your finger on the issue at hand and that is credibility. and with her testimony on thursday and with kavanaugh's testimony on thursday, i think the american citizens and particularly the senate judiciary committee will be able to test both people on their credibility and get a feel for it. >> but do you think at this point, we have a vigil tonight that is build on christine. we have the twitter trending why i didn't report in response
to president trump saying that if it was credible, she would have reported it years ago when it happened. in terms of the public in how we look this will be perceived by everyone watching, where does this go on all sides of this? >> claudine, it could go a her rid of ways. one is that christine blasey ford may make a great witness whose recall convinces the committee and ultimately the senate that brett kavanaugh is not worthy of being confirmed to the supreme court. on the other hand, and in fairness to judge kavanaugh, he gets to have his say as well. and he will also have his credibility tested. it could go the following ways. the testimony could occur on thursday where it's currently scheduled but we don't know whats details are yet.
and people may come to the conclusion that he is not worthy. if he is not worthy, it will be the next person up in terms of who is nominated. i don't think the white house would wait very long to nominate the next person. >> speaking of waiting, why now? why didn't this come out when he was at the hearings? >> this is the $64,000 question. as a matter of fact, if they had this information which apparently they did, certainly senator feinstein did, that could have been a wonderful gotcha question during the hearing. instead, essentially it comes out after the hearings when one would argue or some could argue that he could take time to set his defenses at work. the timing is very curious and the one thing by the way on both sides of the aisle from polling and other sources, we know troubles people. the timing of it. the years that went by. the timing of the letter
becoming public. that sort of thing. >> and they talked a lot about it. her wanting to stay anonymous. and now that she is not anonymous, it has slowly built up steam. i'm wondering as well, you can't talk about this there is a nomination and also the midterms coming up and the timing of this. before this came out it seemed like this inevitable thing. but now as this time frame changes and reacting to it. how does hit effect the midterms and a lot of the polling is focused on women voters and women perceiving the handling of this. >> the midterms can definitely be impacted by this. as it is, we don't know whether there is a blue wave coming. the so-called democrat sweeps in many states that would return the house to the democrats. so we don't know yet on that. but things like this particular nomination, it's so high profile that people are
watching it. they call it must see tv. so people who may not be thinking about the midterms would think about the midterms because of this particular situation. >> okay. brian sobel our political analyst we appreciate your insight and it should be an interesting week ahead. >> absolutely. have a good day. >> you too, brian. coming up next a raccoon climbs up almost nine stories and it's all caught on camera. >> we'll tell you what happened after that raccoon falls to the ground. >> and a sailboat has been stuck for almost a week now. coming up at 8:00 the efforts to get this out of the water right off the california coastline. coastline. xfinity mobile is a new wireless network
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and just like that he runs aaway. a raccoon in new jersey making a rather rough landing and then just runs off after climbing up the side of that building. luckily if there is a little sand down there. the crowd watched from below as the raccoon made its way nine stories up before it jumped, fell to the ground and took off. witnesses say that little critter seems to be doing okay. >> it's really hard to watch. i know it runs off and it's okay. but let's just hope he was. >> he kept on going like it was some kind of raccoon spiderman. >> the raccoon ran away. it used all four limbs.
it had the wherewithal and brain power to do that. so that is good. >> probably a little embarrassed. >> if the vet says it's okay. >> i imagine. look at all the people down below with their iphones taking pictures. i guess he is okay. he did run off. my guess is he's a little sore today. they dried to find it too but they couldn't track it down. quite a fall. >> quite a fall. a new report shows a possible link between how dogs feel and how much time their owners spend on the phone. according to the uk newspaper metro, that dog is not happy. apparently spending hours on your phone can make your dog feel sad and isolated. the lack of attention can lead to depression and behavioral problems for dogs. cats can also feel effected by the loss of connection but not as dogs. i was busy all day yesterday so i was not home
with my dog and he was pouting for sure. >> of course. who knew cell phones would have an effect on your pets. >> because they like eye contact. not a bad day to get out and watch the dog and take a run. >> it was cooler out there. some of it has to deal be the clear skies. plenty of sunshine in spots where we didn't have it yesterday morning. the cooler air continues to move in as the trough swings through. so a little bit of a cooler day. be under mostly sunny skies away from the coastline. because we have a little bit of clear sky to start the day, temperatures are definitely cooler for most out there. today is going to be the coolest day as we get into the first full week of fall. we are going to heat it up. and as we know, this time of year increationed fire danger comes with that heat up as -- increased fire danger comes with that heat up as well. monday going to see a nice
rebound in temperatures and then turning hot as we get into tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. at least for our inland communities. let's talk about the fire danger that is coming our way. as we get into tonight, lasting until tuesday afternoon. our north bay hills expected to see dry gusty conditions at times. so we will be tracking this for the next couple of days. but again those winds expected to arrive tonight, lasting into tuesday afternoon. in particular for our north bay hills. 45 degrees at novato right now. 45 in santa rosa. it's a chilly start for you. as we go to the inner east bay we have 53 in walnut creek. around the bay 53 in oakland. 50 degrees outside of your door half-moon bay. starting with mostly sunny skies. pittsburgh 62 degrees outside your door. so a nice one. as we get into the afternoon, it will be nice at the coliseum. 69 degrees. a west breeze at 10 miles per
hour. mostly sunny skies. temperatures expected to warm into the low 70s today. for oakland 69 in berkeley. as we head to the north bay, beautiful weather for you here. 79 in novato. 77 for napa. along the coastline pacifica going to be a bit cool. partly cloudy, mostly cloudy. 60 and your afternoon high. but as you head east, it's a warm day in brentwood. 85 degrees. into the south bay 75 san jose. los gatos you will go to 80. and 69-degrees in santa cruz. here's the view you your extended forecast. there is that warming trend. by tomorrow temperatures back to about 90 degrees for inland communities. 80 around the bay. and we continue with temperatures soring into the mid to upper 90s. tuesday and wednesday a little change on thursday. it will be warm around the bay. especially for the folks that don't have ac. that would be me. and along the coastline temperatures quite nice. upper 60s and low 70s expected for our beaches. back to you. it's a special chance to celebrate the prom.
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your summer songs. someone ask for sinatra for frank. welcome to mornings on 2. it is sunday, september 23rd i'm claudine wong. >> happy sunday one and all. i'm frank mallicoat. first some of the headlines on this sunday morning. developing over night multiple side shows all on the streets of oakland. >> oakland police did toe away several cars. they said there were side shows all over the city and that included gunfire. leigh martinez is out there. she will join us with a live report coming up. and it was a big scare for bart riders as snowing filled -- as smoke filled a bart station. and it's football sunday. both the niners and raiders are out on the road this morning. >> raiders are in miami. niners will face a tough chiefs team in kansas city. our joe fonzi will be breaking down both games. but first we want to talk about
this bay area weather. and rosemary said it earlier, if you wanted summertime, you just had to wait for it to end in the bay area. it's coming. not today. we will cool it down a little bit more as we get into your sunday ash. it is the first weekend of fall. let's enjoy it. giving you a live look. partly cloudy skies to start the day. low clouds along the coastline and patchy dense fog. just a little bit. but there is a view of san francisco. i guarantee it's down there. we have low clouds over the city this morning. 56 degrees. 54 in oakland. 55 in livermore. a chilly 46 degrees in santa rosa. so a little bit clear sky out there to start the day for inhand communities, our bay side communities and plenty of is up shine coming our way as we get into the afternoon. notice temperatures are down by six degrees in santa rosa. by four in novato. some of this has to deal with the clear sky. we are not allowed to lock in
that heat from yesterday. here's a view of the cloud cover alongs coastline. just inside the bay. and again a little bit of patchy fog in the north bay. picking up on some of this it has cleared significantly. along highway 101 you may find some. even patches of dense fog. slightly cooler for today and today will be the coolest day with 60s at the coast and 80s inland. we'll go 64 san francisco this afternoon. 72 in hayward. low 80s in concord. mid 60s for warm -- mid 80s for warmer locations. temperatures are going to heat up. we also have fire danger coming back to the bay area for our north bay hills. that starts tonight. i'll detail that for you and the warmup coming our way. oakland police are still towing cars after multiple large side shows in the city over night. leigh martinez is live for us in east oakland.
and you've got an update from police. right, leigh? >> reporter: that is right. we are still dealing with the aftermath of the side shows. the police say they have towed 85 cars over night. still 30 more cars to go this morning. so they think the total is going to be 100 or more. so if you take a look, we're on high street. but it starts over at 42nd and interstate 880. it looks like a parking lot. that is how many cars were blocked in when police showed up to break up this side show. there is tow trucks on the other side as well. we spoke to a group of teenagers who say they weren't parents, they just got -- warrant participants in this they just caught up in it. it could cost them more than $3,000 to get their cars out. two officer were injured. police have confirmed that. we don't know the extent of their injuries and two arrests
were made. we do have video given to us by a teen spectator that wants to remain anonymous. this was taken at 42nd and 880. around 1:40 a.m. oakland police announce officers were dealing with large side show activity throughout east oakland. and police had shown up and shut down the side shows. that is when the roadways became jammed when police started blocking the exits. police say people participating in the side shows threw rocks and bottles at officer. now around 2:30 a.m. police started throwing cars from the now one man says he got caught in the side show on his way home. his car may be impounded. his father came out here to talk to officers. but with no luck getting his car out. >> i was coming off the freeway and cars were coming the wrong way. i got blocked in. i had tear gas thrown at me.
and all of my government id's are in there. so i might lose a government job. >> reporter: now again to arrests were made. we do not know the reason behind those arrests. numerous citations police are telling us. they don't have the exact number of citations until they are all counted probably not until tomorrow. they will have a full number for us. at this point it's looking like 100 or more cars are going to be towed and impounded from this area. 42nd and 880. in oakland leigh martinez ktvu fox 2 news. >> leigh, thank you. at least two people are hurt after two early morning shootings. police say this morning shortly after 2:00 the first shooting was reported at the 1600 block at 16th avenue. and the second was reported near the intersection of international boulevard and miller avenue. both victims had to be hospitalized. both are in stable condition this morning. police have is not yet named any shooting suspects and police also did not confirm the
shootings had any relationship to the numerous side shows reported across oakland earlier this morning. bart operations are running normally this perjury that is after passengers had to hurry away from that station while it filled with smoke. you can see in the back there how quickly that smoke was filling up. the problem was first reported just before 6:00 last night. bart said it was caused by a blown insulator on the track. passengers were allowed back into the station act 30 minutes after that smoke had cleared and no injuries were reported. large home in walnut creek is seriously damaged after a fire started on the roof. the fire was reported just after 5:30 last night. three people were inside the home when the fire got started but everyone got out safely. investigators say people had been using their fireplace and embers escaped from the spark arrester on the chimney and set
fire to the rooftop. that fire spread to the attic and it took fire crews more than a fire to get it under control. an investigation is under way after a girl was stobbed hat a high school fool game on zapata rosa. police say the the victim confronted at least two other girls and tried to assault him. she was take ton memorial hospital with serious or nonlife threatening injuries. we're told a man that was shot in east oakland while fighting back during a jobbery is expected to recover. the 47-year-old victim told police he was confronted on friday night near international boulevard and east 14th street. a man with a gun demanded he turn over his personal items and the victim reportedly tried to grab the thief's gun and that is when he was shot. if you have any information, you are being asked to call oakland police. sailboat stuck on the rocks near crescent bay there a week
later up in northern california. the coast guard responded about 9:00 p.m. tuesday fight. crew members apparently contacted them saying their boat had struck some rocks near the crescent city harbor entrance. they were unable to take sailboat in tow because it was rapidly sinking. the vessel as you can see still partially submerged. coast guard is working with the boats owners and their insurance company now to try to salvage the sailboat and get it out. caltrans is shutting down highway 1 through pacifica and that starts tonight. that highway will be closed between paloma avenue and clinton road. so here's the information on your screen. southbound highway 1 will close at 10:00 every night starting tonight. it will reopen by 7:00 in the
morning. northbound traffic will be blocked between 9:00 at night and 5:00 in the morning. up next the cost of child care is on the rise. >> coming up at 9:00 on ktvu plus we will talk about the earning potential available here in the bay area. >> and it's sunday and that means football in september. up next ktvu joe fonzi will give us a preview of the niners- chiefs game. we'll talk raiders dolphins as well as mornings on 2 continues.
good morning to you. happy sunday fun day. giving you a life look at the east bay. thank you for your tweet. summer in the city. we are still enjoying summer. in fact, after today's cool down a big heatup coming your way. i have details on your sunday as well as the rest coming up. 8:12. the niners in very tough territory today. taking on a very good kansas city chiefs team at arrow head stadium. >> the niners now 1-1 after beating the lions last night. but the chiefs present all kinds of problems. especially their gun slinging, second year quarterback his name is patrick ma hone and he
has been on fire. joe fonzi is joining us on the phone to chat about that ball game. >> reporter: a couple things that you said right there. number one i always felt like kansas city and seattle are the two toughest outdoor venues. the fans are excited. they are right on top of you. they are as loud as they can be. yes, that is one part of it. and patrick how about ten touchdown throws already just in two games? if i can do that the math on that. he is averaging five per game. >> what do you think the niners have to do? >> well, number one, like i said, it's always a challenge when you go out on the road and if you go back to that minnesota game where they played pretty well with the exception of the turnovers, you can't have opportunities on the one yard line and fumble it away. you can't have interceptions for touchdowns. so they will have to take care of the ball and be aware of those things. and i think the one thing about
mahone it's a very small sample size on him. he is one of those guys where people grab a little tape on him and it will be a little tough. because they will see what he does well. >> how about ruben foster? we haven't seen him. he was suspended the first two games. he will bring a little bit of umph back to the game. >> yes. and malcolm smith is back as well. they all of a sudden have some depth and some options at line backer. the one thing they are really concerned about now, they did pretty well offensively against the lions and were able to hang on barely late in that game. but the one thing that the 49ers are very conscious of that they have to be better about this week. jimmy was sacked six times. and this week in santa clara they do their wednesday meeting availability. i asked him, you have a chance to digest that game.
was there one common them? they said not really. there were times when he held on to the ball too long. there were times when there was coverage sacks. there was time when the blocking went down low. they know that is something the red zone issues. you get down there and want to get six points and not have to settle for field goals. >> let's talk about the raiders at this point. so john gruden said we have to do something different. we have to change things up. they need to win. what do you think about the raiders? >> yeah. you hate to say a season is on the brink in week three. but the percentage of teams that start out 0-3 and become playoff games that is just under 3%. it's like 2.7% or something. so the raiders and they are in it tough this week as well. they are on the road. they are against the miami team that is 2-0. so like i said, you don't want to say that it's all on the line in game three. but it really kind of is if you
believe what the statistics say. and the raiders again everybody was fretting about derrick carr. derrick carr had a record game in terms of completion percentage for the raiders. but then think couldn't hold the broncos. the raiders led or were tied or scoreless for all but the last six seconds of that game. but it is the final score at the end that counts. >> and think of the raiders at 0-3. their fan base is ticked off because they are moving. they may not be there next year. if this team goes 0-3, we might not be seeing that many people at the coliseum. >> you are right. that is something they will wrestle with all the time any way. they have taken the loyalty of their fan base for granted with all of this las vegas stuff. and even the first game that monday night game against the rams when there some possessions that didn't go very well.
there was an incompletion. i remember the carr threw. and the boos were starting in the loyal black hole. so yes, i think it's fair to expect that the folks here might not have a lot of patience for a team that is a lame duck any way. >> joe fonzi, we're out of time. we have the mercedes benz sports show coming up. we're looking forward to that. >> and we'll tell you what is going on around the nfl. >> thank you for joining us on sunday. always great to talk to you, joe. >> nice talking to you guys. there it is on your screen. we have the full day of sunday football on ktvu. frank's favorite day of the week. coming up at 8:30 the mercedes benz show at 10:00 this morning. the niners taking oven the chiefs at 1:00 p.m.. and then at 11:30, catch our sports where with highlights from all of the games. only one of the bay area's big three or three big football teams is in action this
weekend. it was stanford playing the number 20 oregon ducks in eugene. what a game that was. san rafael has more say -- scott reese has more. but any college football fan had to like it. >> reporter: this was one of the most incredible college football games i have ever seen. stanford should have been dead in the water on multiple occasions. they found a way to force overtime and beat the ducks in the extra frame. thereby stealing one at austin and remaining undefeated. >> how many times during the game were we like this is crazy? this is crazy. >> everybody on the sidelines nerves were torn up. >> we have been here before.
>> reporter: bryce love even with the overtime session did not manage 100 yards on the ground. but kj did it through the air. over 300 yards passing for the second time in four games this season. doesn't get any easier for the cardinal. next week on the road against another undefeated top ten team the notre dame fighting irish. >> and it gets a little scary for cal because oregon is a little ticked off. they had that game one up 17. guess where oregon plays this week? they play cal. i'll go there on saturday nights so the bears will have a full plate of angry ducks. >> all right. well. we think they can handle it. 8:19 on the clock. let's talk about this weather that we're having. cool today but summer is over and yet summer is coming. >> yes. yes indeed. that is how we do it bay area style. summer comes to an end and we decide it will heat up. and nice weather for our beaches coming our way. it will also increase our fire danger as we know this time of year. between now and the time we get
some rain. before we focus in on that low cloud cover you saw there in san francisco, let's take a view of south tahoe this morning. this sent to us from coop. it's a gorgeous start to the day there. that was sunrise this morning. just soak that in for a little while. here at home we have the clouds back. although not as wide spread. and temperatures this morning a little bit cooler. we will continue our cooling trend as the trough swings through today. right behind it high pressure will strengthen. that pressure gradient between the two could kick up the winds. and it will bring gusty conditions. so with that, heightened fire danger. today is the coolest day. the warmup begins tomorrow. tuesday, wednesday, thursday time frame look to be the hottest. when our inland communities are well into the 90s. perhaps mid 90s. maybe even a few upper 90s. so get ready for that. meanwhile along the coastline, we have great weather coming. i'll detail those numbers in the extended forecast. the fire danger starts tonight. or increased fire danger.
it's been with us all along. but between tonight and tuesday, dry gusty conditions. relative humidity is expected to drop. and at times we could see gusts to 35 miles per hour. we'll be tracking that for the next couple of days. again that begins later this evening. the winds are expected to arrive. here at this hour, we have 54 degrees to start your day in oakland. 54 san francisco. it's a chilly start in the north bay. 40s for you here. 47 in napa. 47 in santa rosa. for the inner east bay mid 50s to 60 degrees. a few more numbers for you there. for our afternoon today, mid to upper 70s in and around san rafael. novato. going to 80. for the inner east bay 85 your afternoon high. 82 in concord. and close to the water upper 60s and low 70s for the east bay shore. 60-degrees in san francisco. a cool 60 pacifica. a mild 69 in santa cruz. for our south bay locations 75 san jose.
80 degrees expected los gatos. here's a look at your extended forecast. temperatures begin to warm tomorrow. there is mid 90s talked about a minute ago. tuesday, wednesday, thursday for inland cities. 80s around the bay. it will be warm bay side communities. and for the coast upper 60s and low 70s expected. it is one of the most popular tourists attractions in santa rosa. and the museum is offering special tours. >> it is. coming up next how the museum is becoming more accessible to people that have trouble hearing or seeing. ing or s
back now at 8:24. happening today one of the most popular tourists attractions in santa rosa offering special tours. charles schultz museum is offering tours for people that are death or blind or have trouble seeing or hearing. tour guides will offer verbal descriptions and there are some exhibits guests with vision
problems will be allowed to touch. there will be an american sign language guides for people with hearing issues. that tour starts at 10:30, 11:30, and another at 12:30. today in santa rosa tours are free. museum is asking people to call and make a special tour reservation so there are enough interpreters and small enough groups so those that need help will get it. it took three years to raise $13,000 to fill that laundry facility. all of the students at the school are low income and some live in homeless shelters so there is no way for some of the children to get clean clothes for school and school officials say that led to 'em parse bars -- embarrassment and bullying. >> this little washer and drier room may be small, but it's huge for these children. >> some of the kids and their parents don't have the money to get the detergent. to have a laundry.
to go to a laundry. >> the program works by having students or families sign up. the school volunteers collect a weeks worth of clothing from each of them on friday and they get those clean clothes back on monday. san francisco unified school district school lottery system could soon be changing. school board commissioner plans to introduce a resolution on tuesday to get rid of the entire system. right now an algorithm helps to decide where students are placed. parents can pick any school in the district but no guaranteed if a school will be close to their home or not. >> what our lottery system does is sets people up to plan to leave. decide when to opt out. it is a huge burden on families. >> not knowing how far we would have to commute back and forth was really hard. >> there could be a vote on that proposal as early as october the 9th. let's get over to rosemary for one last check of your weather before 8:30.
how is it looking out there? it looks gray. >> a little bit. a little cloudy. >> we do have cloud cover out there. we have sunshine too. here's a view over san francisco where we have the clouds still. san francisco at 56. a chilly 46 in santa rosa. everybody else somewhere between. mid 40s to mid 50s to start your day. partly cloudy around the bay and inland. we will be mostly sunny away from the coastline today. temperatures coming down slightly. low 70s expected in areas like oakland and hayward. mid 80s for our hotter locations. areas like antioch and san jose a nice mild 75. here's the view of the extended forecast. we talked about today being the coolest day and the warmup comes into the business week with temperatures reaching mid to upper 90s. looking forward to nice weather at the beaches. back to you. >> thanks, rosemary. thank you for joining us this morning. we're taking a short break but then mornings on 2 will return at 9:00 a.m. on ktvu plus. coming up next here it's
fox 2 sports weekend mercedes benz show. and at 10:00 catch all the highlights from the niners- chiefs game. 11:30 p.m. catch our sports highlights from all of today's football game. >> and we have been taking your summer requests for songs. this is under the board walk by the drifters. thank you, randy for that request. all of your news at ktvu.com and we'll see you at 9:00 on the plus.
the return of the great ruben foster but the young quarterbacks will steal the show. jimmy g and that gunner. pat mahone for the chiefs. the raiders got the offense going in denver but failure to execute the little things kept oakland from winning. now an 0-2 team must go to 2-0 miami with the season hanging in the balance. >> why is it so hard to find a pass rusher? what are those qualities that make them work? >> it's hard to find a great one. >> john, you had a great one. in khalil mack. they want their guy back. it's not goingha