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good morning. welcome to mornings on 2 thank you for i canning up with us. it is saturday september 29th. i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm frank mallicoat. here are some of the headlines on this saturday. trance base terminal will be a busy place over the week as they work to sure up the structure after cracks were found in two beams. we'll have more on what will be a ridge of -- will be a ridge of on site and when the work will be begin. the investigation on judge brett kavanaugh is underway and the vote for his confirmation will be at least a week. >> and we look at what happened
and what lies ahead this week. and we're learning more this morning about an attack on a man waiting for a ride share in the city. >> we'll tell you what the man's wife is saying about what happened. those stories and more in a moment. but first a look at your weekend weather. good morning rosemary orozco. good morning. we have mostly cloudy skies and we have the possibility of a little patchy drizzle. but the bigger story may be the wet weather on the way, not only a possibility today but a better chance as we get into this week. this is a look the temperatures this morning. this is a view of san francisco, san francisco 58 and mid-50s outside your door and low 60s in oakland, and upper 50s in livermore and san jose.
the breeze robust last night into this morning, pushing the cloud well inland. fairfield reporting an onshore breeze anywhere from ten to 15 miles an hour. it is now at 8. oakland reporting 8. and nevada reporting five miles an hour. the marine layer apt onshore breeze will stick around through the week. and the temperatures fell off dramatically yesterday and we're going to hold steady with the numbers. more on that in a moment. this is a look at the estimate that will bring us a possibility of a few showers in the north bay today. and we could have the first of the season of the this is a look at the futurecast model for the afternoon. notice it skirts the north edge of sonoma county. and the system offshore begins to lift northeast. and the rest of us, a partly cloudy day and temperatures a a little bit on the cool side. here's a view of the numbers before i let you go.
65 the afternoon high in san francisco, 70 in oakland and low to mid-70s in the warmer locations, 75 in livermore, 73 in napa and the temperatures will hold steady the back end of the weekend. detail on this coming up in a bit. 7:03. materials are arriving for a look at the new salesforce transit center. they will try stabilize the bus desk and revolver top park. leigh martinez is live at $2.2 billion transit center with the plan for this weekend. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the shoring design was finalized yesterday and this morning all the materials will be arriving through this temporary fix that will reopen the center and this portion another week from now. and the salesforce transit center opened a month ago and serves as the bus depope but a crack was discovered in a steel beam near one of the support
columns that supports. rooftop garden and a second crack was discovered in and adjacent steel beam. and it is not what determined the steel to crack. and the transit authority said it will conduct a peer review and then another review of the entire building. but the work is going on now for a temporary fix. they will put the steel beam in place to release the weight. >> and then we can start our analysis of what happened. >> reporter: officials speculated that the cracks could be related to the beam's fabrication, installation or the design. ceiling panels and light
systems were removed for the suring system. and the public can access the peer reviews and the inspections and the design reports. so it is looking like the work being done is not going to happen till tomorrow. and the materials are arriving today. but it looks like another week till this could reopen. leigh martinez, ktvu news. and now to the ongoing drama of supreme court nominee judge brett kavanaugh with moderate republican senators. president trump had no choice but to order an fbi investigation into the sexual assault allegations of his choice to the high court. but president trump is confident that judge brett kavanaugh will make it to the top bench. our 7th fbi investigation of judge brett kavanaugh. he will somebody recognized as a great justice of the united states supreme court. >> president trump bowed to the pressures of his own part but
said it will be limited scope. it means that judge brett kavanaugh a confirmation vote will be delayed by a week. >> reporter: judge brett kavanaugh's supreme court confirmation seemed nearly a done deal friday morning despite any doubts raised by professor christine blasey ford's emotional testimony that judge brett kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in high school. and republican john flake said he was a yes. and then in an elevator, two women confronted the arizona father of five daughters and called for a change of heart. >> look at me when i am talking to you. what happened to me doesn't matter and you're going to get him do these things. research chris of delaware and several others walked out. they called the deputy attorney
general rod rosenstein said that an fbi said that an investigation could be done in one week. >> i think it will be proper to delay the floor vote up to but not more than one week in order to let the fbi continue or do an investigation limited time and scope. >> reporter: flake said that he would vote for the judge brett kavanaugh nomination to get out of committee but will hold his support unless the senate waited for an fbi report. the democrats agreed to the fbi. >> investigation has to be real and penetrating. >> . >> reporter: law process -- professor said that the fbi investigation will be very different than the signed
affidavit other witnesses. >> they'll say does this refresh your recollection. i don't know if any votes will change next week, but at least people can say we had a better process. and we need that. demonstrators took to the streets of san francisco last night to protest judge brett kavanaugh. demonstrations were organized by a group. they she had they opposed nomination. they said that he would rub stamp decisions favoring the trump administration agenda. and they engage in nonviolent demonstrations. a go fund account for professor christine blasey ford raised $500,000 in ten days. and the account organizer said
that it will cover the family's expenses and that includes security they are encouraging causes to help women overcome and speak out against sexual assault. we'll break down in the judge brett kavanaugh hearings and the fbi investigation into welcome back welcome back and what -- into judge brett kavanaugh and what is next. allegations against judge brett kavanaugh have led to a huge increase to rape hotlines around the country. phones are ringing off the hook at the bay area women against rape that operates a 24-hour hotline for victims of assault and rape. the increasing calls started this week in anticipation of the hearing. theres with a 50% increase of call before the hearing. and thursday, they doubled to tripled the number of call compared to a normal weekday. >> we're beyond capacity for callers that are just wanting support and wanting to talk through their own triggers and
emotional and sexual trauma. they want to talk through their feelings what they have seen with the senate hearings. >> the director said that the comments for the hot line to experience a spike in calls are in the news. but thursday represented an usually surge in callers. victims came forward for the first time and victims whose experiences were triggered by the hearings themselves. if you're a victim of sexual assault, you can reach out to the national hotline toll free. locally, you can reach out to the bay area women's against rape on the 24 hour hot line. and the number there. more accusations again actor kevin spacey. he is being sued by his message therapist. it was filed in los angeles and it accuses the actor of sexually assaulting the man at his malibu home in 2016.
he called his conduct extreme and outrageous. he is being investigated in los angeles also. 7:10. we're learning more about an attack on and alameda man when he was waiting for a ride share in san francisco. take a look at the surveillance video here. you see him being punched and falling quickly to the ground. we spoke to his wife. the woman said they were waiting for a lyft on first and howard on september 8th just before 11:30 and a vehicle pulled up to them and chris went up to vehicle and the suspect got out of the car and punched her husband caused him to fall and hit his head on the ground. he suffered a traumatic brain injury and been in the hospital ever since. >> is it scary. i do hope that we can find him because i don't want him to harm anybody else out there. but that is not going to help
with the recovery of my husband and what he has to go through and relearn everything again. >> after the attack, the suspect got back in his car and drove off. the police said he was last seen driving a white four door sedan with silver rims and a black roof. the police released a sketch of the suspect, asian 6-foot tall and possibly in his late 20s or early 30s and a buzz haircut. cell phone video shows a wave of wiping out at indonesian beach. we'll get an update on the damage and the death toll after an earthquake hits there.
good morning. happy saturday. it is going to be a great saturday. thank you for your requests this morning. and the theme this morning wake upsongs because we need a little help. i have details on your forecast coming up. firefighters in oakland busy overnight putting out two separate fires. the first win started about 12:30 this morning at an office building near fourth and hair soon -- harrison. and then another fire started at international boulevard. they got that under control quickly. no one hurt in either of the
fires. and the causes are still under investigation. shares of tesla fell almost 14% after news that the security and exchange commission is going to sue tesla ceo elon musk. he said that he believed that he had a verbal agreement with saudi arabia to take the company product. they say that musk misled investors that he had the funding to carry out the plan and take it public. facebook announced that they had discovered a security breach that affected 50 million of their us ears. it discovered the -- users. it discovered the problem and fixed the problem. 90million people have been logged out and will have to log back in. the company said it doesn't know if any of the user's
personal information was compromised. >> they shut down logged out a lot of users. and those people are under risk to some degree. but it doesn't mean the only people. and facebook is not very good communicating what is happening. >> facebook said that doesn't know who is behind the attack. cambridge analytical scandal handed over user information to a third party and that affected $85 million users and prompt ped a congressional hearing. death toll from a tsunami in indonesia is now over 300 this morning. there you see this. homes have been swept away and families are missing. government spokesman said that
thousands of homes are damaged or destroyed. there have been many aftershocks since the quake. there have been aftershocks as large as 5.7. the search for survivors is because of communication break down. >> that video is hard to watch. locally, our weather much better. we may have some rain in the forecast in the days to go let's get to rosemary orozco and see what is happening. a little unsettled weather. the chance for rain looks fairly widespread. and a live look over the city as we say good morning with a mix of low clouds and high level clouds out there. and we have a system off the coastline of the that will make a track towards the pacific northwest into the coming
hours. as it does, it will brush the north bay and bring us a chance for scattered showers as we get into the afternoon. the low clouds and the onshore breeze and the cooler temperatures that arrived yesterday will stake with us. here is a -- stick with us. here is a look how widespread that cloud cover is. and the temperatures are a little bit on the cool side. 54 in nevada and 59 59 in sfo. in the afternoon, the system will make its path in this direction. there is a slight chance that you may have a hit-or-miss scattered shower. it should not be a big deal. you may feel some of that get into a afternoon. so central and south bay, we look to remain dry and the temperatures are very similar to yesterday. this is sunday, a mix of sun and clouds, the temperatures will not change a lot as we roll into the next few days and
we're into monday afternoon. take a look what the is offshore. monday into tuesday, it looks like this will sweep through. and some of the models indicating that we could see half inch of rain coming in the system in the days ahead. we'll track that for you. this is what we see for the afternoon today. 71 in san jose, 75 in concord and for the bay, 70 in oakland and 65 in san francisco. the south bay locations for the afternoon, 76 in san jose, upper 70s expected in -- and this is a look at your extend forecast. the numbers don't change a lot. the temperatures will remain in the upper 50s and low 60s off the coast. and mid-to upper 70s for the inland communities. and we have a possibility of rain for the bay area. it will be really high chances. >> it may be time to clean the gutters. >> take out the umbrella. a report from the national
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>> that is a great cause. the a's sealed they are playoff fate last night losing to the yankees. so we will have to hit the road. and the man that started last night's game will be the starter and wednesday. and that is mike fires that got torched by taylor ward that is a 2-run shot by the angels. he crushes out the 39th for the year. the a's with two to play before they head off to new york wednesday night. giants play in the role and the dodgeders in town vying for a playoff spot. it goes here with a solo box and they will hang here to just continue turner. he had see, yeah, a and lights out for the giants. and they are one game behind the front running rockies in the west. and they lead the nl wildcard with two more to play. a big week for bay area
college football teams. san jose state hosts hawaii today. they have a tough task to stop a hawaiian team that is averaging 500 yards a game. and san hose is looking for their first win. and stanford cardinals on the road playing notre dame. both teams are undefeated. a win from stanford will look after topping oregon last week. the game is 4:30 in south end, indiana. cal will play oregon this week. the golden bears are ranked for the first time. >> go bears. >> cal's defense is pretty good and they are tide for second in the nation with interceptions. they got 7. tonight's game is 7:30 in berkley. >> i'll be there. was has a defense finally. >> i have a friend in going
tonight and she is like we're ranked. coming up next at 7:30, the fbi's investigation into judge brett kavanaugh is now underway. >> in the next half hour, we'll break down what it means for his possible confirmation to the streak. we'll talk to a local professor. >> reporter: and materials are on the way for the temporary fix at the transit center. more on the next step coming up.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. there is some fog, but it will be way before you know it and we're taking requests this morning, songs that motivate you and get you the of bed. >> is it international coffee day. so we're in the mood to wake up. and sometimes a little music helps with that so we're taking your requests on twitter, facebook so thank you for that q. >> got to love it good morning. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm claudine wong. let's get a quick look at your whether. when you say the word rain in a
forecast, i'm like when is happening? it is really going happen. we have a slight possibility for some of us. and as we get into the business week, a few days down, it looks like we'll actually get a good opportunity for perhaps the first rain of the season. here's a look at san francisco. san francisco good morning how at 58. mid-50s in santa rosa. and upper 50s to start your day in livermore and san jose. right now the onshore breeze is at 8 miles an hour. it is was gusting to 30, 35. it helped to really transport some of that low cloud and cooler air into the inland communities. and the inland communities dropped off by ten to 15 degrees yesterday afternoon. if you live in the east bay or
the north bay the system is providing us the cooler weather. and it will clip the north bay. and it will bring a slight possibility of a few scattered showers get into a afternoon. this is a look at your futurecast. we're partly to mostly cloudy. you see the blue on the screen there. notice it is not a lot. but it is there. so we'll call for that slight chance over the north bay, the central and south bay will remain dry today. and the searcheses will be similar to where -- and the temperatures will be very similar to where we were yesterday. 73 in sam te'o. 65 in the city of san francisco. the temperatures will not change a lot for the back end of the weekend. it will bring us fairly widespread amounts. i'll have a look at what to expect coming up. repairs for san francisco is $2.2 billion transit center gets into high gear over the weekend. and the temporary fix for the
steel beams are arriving today. leigh martinez joins us live. this is closed till later this week. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the shoring design was finalized yesterday and we're expecting the materials to arrive today. we see some workers out there. but we have not seen any large materials show up just yet. but they're supposed to be here for the temporary fix that will hopefully reopen the center and also the portion of fremont street another week from now. and the southport transit center opened a month ago and served as the original bus depot. it is a steel beam that supports the center's rooftop garden and a second crack was discovered in and adjacent steel beam. and thursday, the light fixtured were removed to prepare for the suring system. workers will going put up the suring system design on sunday
to relieve the weight on the two cracked steel beams. >> once the sureing is in place and we offloaded all of that support on that beam, and they can start our analysis of what happened. >> reporter: officials speculate that the beams' crack could be to the installation or the design and they will conduct a peer review of that permanent repair plan and then another review of the entire building. a web portal was set up where the public can access the peer reviews, the inspections and the design report. but it will take another week till this center and this portion of fremont street will be opened. mardi gras, ktvu news -- leigh martinez, ktvu news.
san francisco mta just got a grant. it will help with bus infrastructure. a for um will -- a forum talk about how to improve public transit is. >> they want to replace hundreds of wooden ties with concrete ties and a hundred feet of new rail. the 3 and a half billion dollars transportation bond measure was approved by voters two years ago. >> we replaced about 72 feet of electrical cabling and replaced in of the critical components are not exciting to talk about but critic to maintain a system in a good state of repair. that is what this is all about.
>> with the completion of the work, they say they have other improvements scheduled for next year. bart approved a public safety plan to increase surveillance at bart stations. they voted to more than double the fair inspectors from 6 to 16. they will work nights and weekends are in the supervision of bart police. and they are considering spending $25 million for technology upgrades and barriers around the painted areas of the station. santa clara county has grade to pay $365,000 for a former jail inmate to settle and excessive force lawsuit. ricky martinez alleges that he was beaten by deputies. it left him with serious head
injuries. the county has declined on the comment settlement other than to say that it paid the amount. police are looking for a person that allegedly pepper sprayed a woman at walgreens on saturday. she is either hispanic or asian and 30 years old with long reddish brown hair. it happened on walgreens on springs road at 4:30 thursday afternoon. a store employee recognized the woman as a prior shoplifting suspect and asked her to leave. and that is what the woman allegedly pepper sprayed the employee. 12 people were treated on the scene and fine. but the employee had to being
taken to the hospital. 9-year-old anthony -- accused -- 90-year-old anthony -- accuses of killing his sister. the bay area news group reports that the detective's woman's fit by the to determine when they are heart stopped beating and video footage to put him at the house. he is now charged with murder. the police founded body of a missing fisherman yesterday. he disappeared on monday. the 71-year-old's body way was in found 15 miles downstream from where he was known fish. his truck was found in a nearby parking lot. and the evidence suggested that he slipped and fell into the canal. a funeral will be held for a sacramento sheriff's duty killed in the line of duty.
27-year-old mark -- and his partner spot a disturbance at a pep boys two weeks ago. the suspect was later caught by other law enforcement. the service is at the bay side church in roseville. a police escort will escort him to a police cemetery. he was recently married and served in the sheriff's department for the past four and a half years. firefighters from that died in the line of duty in california be honored today in sacramento. 37 names will be added to the california firefighters' wall at 11:30 this morning. six of them work in the bay area. more than 1300 names are already escribed on the memorial wall. there will be plenty of food, art and wine this weekend in sonoma. it takes place every year at the plaza, the last week in
september. but this year, the event will take on a slightly different tone. 10:00 this morning, the firefighters and first responder that's helped during the fires will be honored during the festival's blessing of grapes ceremony. >> we can move from one event to the next. we're still going to pull you up by your bootstraps and get moving forward. >> it is free except for the wine tasting. all the proceed will go to local nonprofit. the clean state day event will be from 10:00 to 20. the lawyers will help people find out if they're eligible to clean their criminal record. and there will be program and services to help people with housing and education not
this was requested from our director. you can send us your request and we'll try to play it on air. it is the latest twist in the supreme court nomination of judge brett kavanaugh. the fbi is now going to investigate the allegation made by professor christine blasey ford that he sexually assaulted her when they were in high school 36 years ago. things have changed quickly in all of this. it looked like judge brett kavanaugh would be confirmed to the highest bench after jeff flake said that he would vote for him. and then flake announced that he thought that the full senate should hold off on the vote for a week so the fbi could investigate the claims of sexual misconduct bense judge brett kavanaugh. joining us on the phone to talk about this and professor christine blasey ford's
testimony is our expert and professor. let's look at this week. this fbi investigation is getting underway. how do you think it will go is this. >> there will likely not be much more information provided. they're probably going to provide a report that provides all the facts that are known to this point. the difficult city going to be if any new information is provideded that my up -- provided that my upset judge brett kavanaugh's nomination. look, less than 24 hours ago, judge brett kavanaugh was going to be confirmed. his nomination is not doomed. the mid-terms are 38 days away and that could be problems for him in the ballot box in the november. >> people are saying what just happened? democrats were calling again and again and all the sudden things took this shift. did it surprise you? >> republicans thought they
could push forward on judge brett kavanaugh's nomination. and the miscalculation came when senator flake changed his mind. it was that fast and the confrontation in the elevator by the two women that had been previously attacked, that was a turning moment. but the senate lost a level of respect, the dig any of two individuals and the dignity of the senate came to a clash. as a result, we get this fbi investigation. it is a hard deadline, one week friday by this time next week. >> let's go a little deeper into the jeff flake thing. it was powerful. he's going into the elevator, and you see them stop the elevator. you hear them talk about being assaulted, very emotional to say the least least. he looked very uncomfortable as this was all going on and
didn't say much. after this happened, he had this about the investigation. >> this is ripping the country apart. and the calls i've been getting and the e-mail and texts, it is just rough to see. we have not had a process like that we can be proud of and we can do it better. and week reach an agreement. i don't know if any votes will change next week. but people can say we had a better process. and we need that to try to unify the country. >> we need the unity and the process improved. but the votes are not going to change. do you think that there will be any unity or any kind of agreement. >> the republicans are going to try to remain whole. and democrats have been whole in terms of resisting the nomination. and it is the middle area, jeff
blake and joe mansion of west virginia. but what happens in the middle. the republicans don't have the votes right now. jeff flake is new hampshire today. he is a possible rival for president trump for the 2020 nomination. he's looking at this as he retires from the senate. there is the senate did appear to be much more partisan, lacking the decorum. and that also gets caught up into that and there is the white house on the sidelines. so he marginalized the white house. right now it is uneven and unsure what will happen moving forward. >> everyone is trying to analyze the impact. how do you think this is affecting all of this? >> there are a couple of things. you got red state democrats and
senators in states that donald trump, jr. won. that will be -- donald trump won. and that will be an important element. and we're seeing some changes in the state of florida, a democratic senator is running for re-election. and the republicans are hoping to pick up that seat. but we're seeing a tightening in nevada. all the sudden the democrats may have nevada this is a huge moment this past week and we're seeing that play out in the mid- terms that are really right around the corner. >> they are. thank you very much for your insight. we appreciate you joining us here on the show. and we look forward to talking more in the coming days. >> thank you. let's go over to rosemary orozco who is watching our changing weather. and she has put raindrops in
our forecast. >> can you believe it? we may get some wet weather coming our way and a mix of blue sky and cloud and a possibility of a little drizzle out there this morning. but the bigger story will come in the days ahead. we'll remain a little unsetted today. there is a look at all of that cloud cover this morning. and the onshore breeze with us as well. right now the temperature 64 degrees to start your day in concord, 62 in oakland and mid- 50s in areas of half moon bay as well. the system that will bring us the possibility of wet weather to the north bay in here is scooting a little closer to the coast. it will continue a norm east path and that is -- northeast path and that is why the north bay that we'll get a possibility of a few sprinkles later today. this is a look at the extended forecast. we're making tracks over northern california. for us, it looks down to sonoma county and lake county picking up on a few sprinkles this
afternoon. sunday we'll see quarter inch to half inch. take a look at that and we're still days out and this will change. but that is what we're seeing for the time being. for the afternoon today, we'll call for a few sprinkles over the north bay and the east bay dry for you and mild. 57 expected in brentwood. -- 75 expected in brentwood. 65 in san francisco. 76 in san jose. if you're going to tahoe, a lot wind up there today. there is not only a like wind advisory. and the afternoon highs 66
today. and 65 tomorrow and tomorrow does not look as breezy. but if you're going up today, you'll find the wind along the lake this is a look at the extended forecast here the home. the temperatures drop off a tad. back up just slightly. but the bigger story is the possibility of ran coming our way monday into tuesday. dancers in san jose are putting on a daring show. we'll show what you they're falling from. they're hanging something for this performance. we'll talk about it coming up.
researchers found sneaker waves and rip currents played a major role in the drownings. 1 million beach visits each and every year. what happened today, volunteers from habitat for humanity are helping longtime san francisco residents pick up their homes. the volunteers will replace fences and paint homes. the goal is to help low income homeowners in the bay area who are not able to make home repairs on their own. today is the last of three opportunities for people who live in oakland to safely and legally discard large, unwanted items. it's part of a bulk block party campaign. three separate events held across the area to promote a city collection service. the service allows folks to call and schedule a pickup at the curbside, and it's absolutely free. today's event is at the engineer road and weick avenue near east bay street mint plant.
just bring proof of residency such as a household bill with your address on it. last night, dancers scale down one of the most iconic buildings. crowds gathered at the hammer theater center in downtown to watch the aerial dance troupe perform. all while suspended by ropes, high up in the air. >> that is amazing. my heart is racing for them.>> it's amazing, i can't dance on the ground. >> i want to dance on the side of the building. it's amazing. >> that performance is a free event. it continues tonight and tomorrow night. very cool.>> they are hanging onto something.>> their bravery.
honda motors announced a 3:1.4 million cars as it tries to fix an ongoing issue with potentially lethal airbag inflated. the japanese automaker says it does plan to replace the front airbag pieces here in the united states. investigators say at total of 23 purple will world -- 23 people worldwide have died. if your car new airbags, go to their website. a fundraiser for christine blasey ford is no longer accepting donations. >> how much money was raised for dr. ford and just a little over a week. driscoll are working to get the transit center open as thickly as th possible. we will talk about what they are trying to get done today.
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all right, wake me up before you go-go, it is national coffee day and in honor of national coffee day we have requested that you put in your request for songs that wake you up. things about coffee, anything you want. this was requested by tracy so a little bit of lamb to start the day. >> i can just see, welcome to mornings on tuesday. -- two. you might have some rain coming. but before we do that. let's talk about some of the headlines and all eyes are on the transbay terminal in the city as crews repair the two
cracks beams. when the work might be completed, we will fill you in with a live report in a few minutes. dr. christine blasey ford and her family are overwhelmed with the amount of support and well wishes this week after her emotional testimony on thursday. >> that includes a gofundme page that is half $1 million strong. what they plan to do with the money. a very difficult story but alameda couple waiting for it rideshare. the man is being punched and falling to the ground as he had mistakenly approached the wrong car. now he's been in the hospital for more than three weeks, and the search is continuing for the driver. we will have more on that and tell you what the wife is saying about what happened. before we get to that we will get a check of our weather. that's a beautiful shot outside but i still can't get over the fact that things maybe changing.
temperatures dropped off yesterday around the bay and along the coastline. very similar weather but we are looking at some changes coming our way. it does include the possibility of a few scattered showers. given you a look over san francisco. we have made, high-level clouds as well. the bigger story will be the widespread rain we make it in the days ahead. if the seven right now in santa rosa. upper 50s san francisco. here's a view of all the cloud cover out there. the onshore breeze, quite strong yesterday. pushed some of the clouds all the way into the sacramento valley. as we get into the afternoon we will be partly cloudy and away from the coastline the wind are calm but were quite dusty last night. napa has a westwind at eight miles per hour. a light breeze, cloudy start.
so these changes coming about by the system you see spinning off the coastline, yesterday it was closer to the bay area but now it's making tracks to the northeast and will sleep through that pacific northwest. as it does, as it lifts it will bring the possibility of a few sprinkles to the north bay later today. here's a look at the future cast into the afternoon. notice it's over areas of lake county come into sonoma county. a few sprinkles in the second part of the day and that's going to be about it. temperatures in the low 70s for napa today. 76 in san jose. breezy in tahoe. our extended forecast, that better gentle rain for all of us, coming up. materials are arriving today for a work on the new salesforce transit center. crews are going to try to stabilize the bus deck and shore up two beams that have cracks. lee martinez is live at that
$2.2 billion transit center. what is the plan this weekend? >> reporter: yesterday the design was finalized and today we are supposed to be seeing the materials arrive in order for them to do that shoring project. we saw couple of workers out here earlier but we haven't seen any of the materials arriving just yet but that's for the temporary fix that will reopen the center. this portion of fremont street, hopefully a week from now. the gentleman opened a month ago and served as the regional bus depot but earlier this week a crack was discovered in a steel beam near one of the columns that supports this on his rooftop garden. upon further inspection, a second crack was later discovered in adjacent beam. it's not been determined what caused the steel to crack. thursday, ceiling panels were removed to prepare for the materials. workers are expected to begin putting up the shoring system designed to relieve the weight on those two cracks
steel beams. >> once the shoring is in place and we've offloaded all the support on the beams, then we can start the analysis of what happened.>> reporter: now officials speculated that the cracks could be related to the beam fabrication, the installation or the center's design. the authority says it will conduct a peer review of the permanent repair plan and another review of the entire building. the public can still be a part of this. they set up of web portal so they can access the inspections and the design plans. the materials are supposed to arrive today and the actual work to start showing up the columns is going to begin tomorrow. not to the ongoing drama of the supreme court nomination of brett kavanaugh, with moderate republican senators do not. president donald trump had no choice but to order that fbi
investigation into sexual assault allegations against his choice for the high court. the president is still confident, that brett kavanaugh will make it. the president tweeted our seventh fbi investigation of judge brett kavanaugh, he will someday be recognized as truly a great justice of the united states supreme court. you have the president about bowed to pressure from those in his own party. it will be limited in scope. that means that vote will now be delayed by at least one week. brett kavanaugh supreme court nomination seemed a done deal friday morning, despite any doubts raised by dr. christine blasey ford's emotional testimony that cavanaugh -- that brett kavanaugh sexually assaulted her. jeff flake the swing but said he was a yes but then, in the elevator on his way to the judicial committee vote, two women committed the father of five daughters and called for a change of heart.>> you are
telling me that my assault doesn't matter that what happened to me doesn't matter and that you are going to let people who do these things into power. that's what you are telling me when you vote for him. >> reporter: as the committee members argued back and forth, flake and two democratic senators walked out. in the small side room they called attorney general rod rosenstein who said an fbi ground check could be done in one week. flake returned and dropped a bombshell. >> i think it would be proper to delay the floor vote. four up to but not more than one week. in order to let the fbi continue to do an investigation limited in time and scope. >> reporter: flake that he would vote for the nomination to get out of committee but would hold his support unless the senate waited for an fbi report. democrats agreed to the delay.>> this investigation has to be real, and penetrating.
>> with david levine says that probe will be very different from signed affidavits which have been submitted by witnesses. >> trained investigators can ask questions and a number of different ways, they can judge demeanor, they can show you evidence and say you say this but how about this. does this refresh your recollection? i don't know if any votes will change but at least people can say we had a better process. and we need that to try to unify unif the country. demonstrators took to the streets of san francisco last night to protest judge brett kavanaugh. this demonstration at market street organized by a local activist group refused passage and says it opposes brett kavanaugh is confirmation to
the nation's highest court with the group says he would rubberstamp decisions, favoring the trump administration's agenda. they said they engage in nonviolent demonstrations. gofundme page four dr. ford will be released with a account raise more than $528,000 in 10 days. it stopped accepting donations. the original goal was $150,000. the account organizes that the money will cover the family's expenses including security. they are encouraging everyone to support causes with women. there are more accusations against kevin spacey he's now being sued by his massage therapist. that lawsuit was filed in los angeles and accuses the oscar award winning actor of sexually assaulting the man at spacey's malibu home in october 2016. the suit calls spacey's conduct extreme and outrageous. the actor is already facing six sexual assault investigations by scotland yard and is also
being investigated in los angeles. we are learning more about an attack on an alameda man as he was waiting for a ride share in san francisco. look at the top of your screen, surveillance video, the man was punched and he fell quickly to the ground. he spoke to his wife rebecca, she told us that they were in the city waiting for a lyft on the first and hard corner just before 11:30 pm when a vehicle pulled up next to them, thinking it was the ride, the suspect got out of the car and punched her husband. causing him to fall quickly to the ground and hit his head but she said he suffered a traumatic brain injury and has been in the hospital ever since.>> is very scary, i really hope that we can find him because i don't want him to harm anybody else out there. but that's not going to help with the recovery. and when he has to go through and relearn everything again.>>
after the attack, the suspect got back in his car, drove off and he was last seen driving a white four-door sedan with silver rims and a black roof. police released a sketch of the suspect they say he is asian about six feet tall, i hundred 80 pounds, possibly in his late 20s or early 30s with a buzz cut type haircut. two tesla took a nosedive after an announcement of a new lawsuit. we will tell you why the sec is suing elon musk. cell phone video shows the frightening wave crushing and indonesian beach and we will give you an update on the damage and the death toll, after this large earthquake and tsunami .
i like this idea, black coffee and bread. by squeeze giving you a live look over san francisco, a little bit of blue skies mixed amongst all the clouds. a possibility of maybe somewhat weather today was for some spots, better chance for all of us as we get in the days ahead. details coming up. thanks for that request. new this morning, fire at one of the bay area's most well- known sports respite it broke out at 1 am at ricky's sports theater and grill. this is video posted by them alameda county fire department and you can see them putting water onto that blaze. it started outside of the building near the exterior ice machine closet. the flames went up the walls to the top of the building and the fagade. no reported injuries but the weekends are usually busy for ricky's.
it's the official hangout for the raider nation. the owners say the damage appears to be isolated and most probably everyone is okay. but they still are not sure if they will be able to open today . they are waiting now for word on that for they do add that one person with the bar has been up all night, to survey the damage.>> that the legendary raider bar. firefighters in oakland were busy overnight putting out two separate fires, the first one started about 12:30 am at an office building near fourth and harrison street. fire was under control quickly. about 30 minutes later another fire started at a building near 10th and international boulevard. firefighters got that one under control quickly. no one hurt and any of the fires and the cause is investigated. the tesla motor shares drop yesterday after the sec started
suing elon musk. musk leaves he had a verbal agreement to help finance the built the deal. the sec said elon musk misled investors that he had funding to carry out the plan. the general reports that musk is prepared to argue that the sec is wrong to think that a written agreement and fixed price were necessary for a deal to be made. facebook announced that it had discovered a security breach that affected almost 50 million of its users, the company said it found the breach earlier in the week and had since fixed the problem and alerted law enforcement. as a result, 90 million people have been logged out of their facebook accounts and will have to log back in. the company said they don't know whether any of its users personal information was compromised and facebook says it doesn't know who is behind the attack. the death toll from the earthquake and tsunami in indonesia is at 384.
cell phone video shows a large wave and you can see from this video, it comes under short frighteningly fast and wipes out the beach. homes were swept away, families are still missing. this all followed a magnitude 7.5 earthquake. the government spokesperson says thousands of homes have been damaged or destroyed and there is no word on the fates of hundreds of people who were attending a beach festival at the time of the tsunami. the epicenter is one of the islands in indonesia. have been a lot of aftershocks, the magnitude 5.1 a few hours ago. there have been aftershocks as large as 5.7. rescue teams say the search for survivors is being hampered by power outages and communication breakdowns. let's get you outside, because we have a weekend to talk about and we have a mixed bag of weather. is going to be pleasant, we
may actually get a few sprinkles, at least for some of us fit here's a look at all the cloud cover outside. low, mid and high-level clouds. a little bit of patchy drivel to start the day. in the afternoon that will change, at least for the north bay. other than that 58 degrees in walnut creek, low 60s oakland. wind is generally light. they were a little breezy yesterday. in fact quite strong through the delta but those have also died off just some. given your view of the system that is bringing us the cooler weather the onshore breeze, the inland cities took a dramatic turn anywhere from 15 degrees cooler yesterday afternoon. we will continue with this pattern. it will bring the possibility of a few sprinkles over areas but for the bay area we remain mainly dry as this continues into northern california,
oregon and washington. we do we get a better chance of rain, it comes on the monday and tuesday time frame. here's a look at sunday, and a mix of sunshine and cause. temperatures want to be changing a whole lot. i will detail those in a few moments but here's the next system off the coastline right about monday. as we get into tuesday, take a look at that. this holds together we could see anywhere from .25 inches up to five inches of rainfall the first rain event for the season coming in monday to tuesday. we will fine-tune that as we get a little bit closer. let's take a look at what you can expect for today, under a mix of sunshine and clouds. 73 napa 69 east bayshore, and seven is for the warmer locations like concord. if you had west is going to be a cool day. 63 pacifica, 76 san jose, upper 70s in gilroy. if you are going to tahoe for the weekend, there is a lake wind advisory and a red flag warning so very breezy, dusty expected for today and the
after nine afternoon high is 66. the overnight hours in the 40s. the extended forecast at home, temperatures may cool just slightly for some as we get into the sunday but monday and tuesday, in addition to temperatures being very pleasant to mild, we do have the possibility of some rain and high snow levels not expected to impact the passes but we will have that possibility. today is national coffee day. >> and to help you wake up we've got a treat for you in the next 30 minutes we will teach you some of the steps to making a latte. we will let you know about oakland's new coffee rush campaign, coming your way. travelers and one airport can now fly with marijuana, which airport ort is letting passengers go
♪ they're the modern stone age family. ♪ ♪ from the town of bedrock. ♪ meet george jetson. ♪ ♪ his boy elroy. with instant acceleration, electric cars are more fun to drive and more affordable than ever. electric cars are here. plug into the present. passenger that los angeles international airport are now allowed to carry small amounts of marijuana. they legalize pot in january and travelers can carry up to one ounce through lax. pot possession and any amount is still a federal crime. tsa officials say they will not take away but will call police and let them deal with it. the first ever north county gun
buyback event is underway in sunnyvale. it started at 8 am this morning. the church will run through noontime. people can get $100 for handguns and up to $400 for an assault rifle. fans you have a chance to get your hands on the collectible bobble head. featuring one of the most popular players on the playoff bound team. it is a limited edition bobble head and is now on sale. they sell for $40 and five dollars of that is going to be donated to the gofundme that benefits als research in memory of his mother gretchen. you can find more information by going to ktvu.com and cooking on web links.
you see a picture on the screen but we have this stephen piscotty bobble head right here in studio. it's really, what a nice tribute. >> by the way he's a local guy with foothill high school and they knew his mother was sick so they traded him to oakland so he could spend what was left of his mother's life by her side. and he's having a terrific year on a very good team as well. in fact, they sealed the playoff fate losing in anaheim. that will yankee win will mean that they played on monday night. they are a good road team. it of the man that started last night's game against the angels will likely be this starter wednesday and that is mike who got torched by taylor ward. the angels go up 3-0. here comes mike trout, crush out his 39th of the year. angels win it 8-5 the kick up the wildcard playoffs regina
giants play in the dodgers. a good start, they go with the solo and he will hang when here to the bearded one justin turner, a two run shot for him and it's lights out for the giants. dodgers take it 3-1. there one game behind the rockies from the west. the giants could still spoil the dodgers dream. it was a big week for college football teams, they host hawaii today. the defense could have attached task with the hawaii team. they are looking for its first win. that way game today is at 4 pm. a win from stanford and its record will look pretty good after topping oregon last week that game is at 4:30 pm in
south bend, indiana. the golden bears are ranked for the first time since 2015 after getting the season start of 3-0. they are looking pretty good, tonight's game is at 7:30 pm and frank will be there. >> i will. oregon is good though. they look like a giant kos against stanford. with this game it will be huge because it will catapult them. they will have a pack 12 -- pac- 12 win. remembering the lives that were lost in the mass shooting in las vegas. we will meet the man helping families cope with the memorial that he set up to commemorate the victims. materials will arrive today for the temporary fix at the
that ought to wake you up it is national coffee day today and we are playing songs to get you motivated, and fill you up with some caffeine and make you feel good. that is requested by koop, is as we need a little justin timberlake to get us motivated. >> he always has a little bit of sunshine in his pocket. >> happy weekend everyone, good to have you on board. 8:30 am it's the time.>> good morning to you. let's get you a quick look at your weather. we are watching some changes headed our way although the sunshine looks to be shining outside right now. is a pretty start to the e
day and you will notice outside we have a mix of clouds. we have them all. the low to mid and high-level clouds even a little bit of patchy drizzle along the coastline. if you sprinkles a possibility. get a load of this shot, jump for joy it's the weekend. hopefully that will put a smile on your face. it is the weekend and any weekend is a good weekend. if you do enjoy the wet weather we have that possibility coming our way. first let's take a look at the numbers. 59 in berkeley, 58 san francisco. widespread cloud cover this morning, you can see it, the onshore breeze is there but it doesn't look too strong this morning. fairfield reporting comp conditions right now. napa has a west breeze at about eight. temperature wise in the afternoon very similar to yesterday. we took a pretty big drop in temperatures for inland cities friday afternoon.
now more of the same into the weekend. here's a look at the system that brought us the cooler weather and will bring a slight possibility of showers to areas like sonoma county as well as lake county. this will continue northeast. zone northern california, oregon and washington has a better chance for wet weather. here's a look at the 3 pm hour this afternoon. lake county, i'm just thinking all the way into santa rosa, even some sprinkles for you. partly cloudy skies into the evening hours, more of the same. temperature wise, more of the same. 73 napa and oakland. temperatures will be similar for sunday. i monday though, another change coming our way. this next system could bring widespread rain to the entire bay area. i will have a look at that coming up in a little bit. new this noon, two police officers in mississippi were killed in a
shootout. it happened early this morning in brookhaven. there are reports that one suspect is dead and another is in the hospital. so far, very few details about the shooting have been released. mississippi's governor tweeted a statement asking for prayers for the families of the officers. the repairs were san francisco's $2.2 billion salesforce transit center gets into high gear over the weekend. materials for amber a fix for the two cracked steel beams are arriving sometime today. we are at the salesforce transit center where it will be closed until next week.>> reporter: yes, the discovery of the two steel beams with cracks had prompted the closure of this portion of fremont street and the entire center for safety concerns. now the materials are supposed to be arriving today for this temporary fix but the work isn't going to begin until tomorrow. the sales force transit center open to month ago and serves as a regional bus depot.
a crack was discovered in a steel beam near one of the columns that supports the rooftop garden. upon further inspection, a second crack was later discovered an adjacent steel beam. not yet determined what caused the still to crack. thursday, ceiling panels on life issues were removed and the shoring design was finalized yesterday. >> once the shoring is in place and we've offloaded all of that support on that beam, then we can start our analysis of what happened.>> reporter: officials speculated that the crack could be related to the beams fabrication, installation or the center's design. on sunday workers will begin to put of the shoring system to relieve the weight on the two cracked steel beams. they will conduct a review of the permanent repair plan and then also, another review of the entire building construction. so the materials for this temporary fix are arriving today. and the actual work begins to shore up these two steel beams
and the columns will begin tomorrow. hopefully by the end of next week, they will have the transit center back up and running. they have completed the project to upgrade tracks in west oakland near the tube. it replaces a headed -- hundreds of wooden ties for the imprimis are being paid for by the 3 1/2 billion dollars bond. >> we replaced about 7200 feet of electrical cabling and replaced many of the critical components that really are not very excited to talk about that are absolutely critical to maintaining a system in a good state of repair. that's what this is all about. >> with the completion of the work there will be no more track shut down for the rest of the year but the agency says it has other improvements scheduled for next year. bart has approved a public safety plan designed to crack
down on fair invaders and increased surveillance at its stations with a voted this week to more than double the number of fair inspectors from six up to 16. fair inspectors will work nights and weekends under the supervision of the police. they are considering spending $25 million for technology upgrades including taller barriers around the paid areas of the station and new alarms on its exit doors. governor brown has extended the national guard border patrol targeting gangs, human traffickers and smugglers. the national guard announced yesterday that the mission will now run into the end of march. it had been scheduled to expire on sunday. back in april the governor publicly clashed with the president of the guards mission. brown insisted that troops have no involvement in immigration enforcement or construction of any order barrier. the california national guard says those will continue during this extension. governor jerry brown has vetoed two bills that would have none -- benefited non-
documented immigrants. one would have allowed them to serve on state boards and commissions and between that bill, he says he leaves existing law which requires citizenship is the better path. the second bill would have prevented ice from arresting undocumented immigrants in courthouses. while he supports the underlying intent of that measure he says, he was right about the unattended -- unintended consequences. earlier in the year governor brown defended the other bills he has aborted in the past on immigration. >> let's be honest there's a lot of politics on all sides. i tried to carve a path down the middle to respect our immigrants, do respect our border and our laws. >> and vetoing the second bill to prevent ice from making arrests and courthouses he says he instead wants to wait to hear what recommendations the state attorney general plans to make on the same issue.
police are looking for a woman who allegedly upper spread an employee at a walgreens on thursday. police released the surveillance image of the suspect. she is described as hispanic or asian about 30 years old with long red brown hair. she was last seen wearing the red and blue sweater. the incident happened at the walgreens on springs road around 4:30 pm thursday afternoon. she was a priors shoplifting suspect and they asked her to leave the server that's in the woman pepper sprayed that employee, the stored temporarily shut down after customers started feeling sick. a dozen people were treated at the scene. later released and the employee had to be taken to the hospital. we know how bad traffic can be here in the bay area. it was really messy on interstate 880 near interstate 980 in oakland. they tweeted a photo of the cleanup crew clean up several hundred gallons of
tapioca and plastic that had spilled on the highway a day earlier. in an tongue and cheek passion they tweeted out the question, does it snow in oakland? officers later reported that there were no crashes from the fake snow. how about that. coming up, splitting up has become a lot more complicated, how your pet will soon become part of the divorce proceedings . today is national coffee day, about three minutes we will teach you some of the steps to making latte art and let you know about oakland's new coffee rush campaign. stay right there.
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achievers in a big way. there will be a lot of food, a lot of art and wine at the valley of the moon vintage festival. that's in sonoma, the festival takes place every year at sonoma plaza in the last begin of september. this year the event will take on a slightly different tone as people remember last october's wildfires. at 10 am, the firefighters and first responders who helped during the fires will be honored during the festival lesson of the grapes. >> it shows that we can move from one event to the next and even though things happen along the way, we are still going to pull up your bootstraps and get moving forward.>> the festival is free, except for the great stopping and some of the wine tasting. all the proceeds go to local nonprofits in the north bay. as i mentioned it's national coffee day and the town is the place to be in oakland for the best coffee experience.
there are now over 2300 coffee shops and 17 roasters in oakland alone. in a recent poll ranked in the third most populous city in the united states for coffee fanatics right after portland and seattle. visit oakland has opened his coffee rush campaign to get people to check out all the cool coffee shops. we are on the roof right now. they will be doing a little latte art and i hope to bring a few down. >> i 90. the company this is. this is red bay coffee and they're making fabulous art over here. tell me about red bay coffee. thank you so much for coming over here this monday. >> you're welcome thank you so much. we are celebrating national coffee day so, red bay coffee is an oakland-based coffee company. we are mission driven, specialty coffee brand. with a vision for the global market. >> what is it, so tatiana is
making these gorgeous creations which also taste amazing and help us through our day. what is it about coffee that makes us all want not only coffee but a specific type >> the coffee, especially the latte does a couple things. it speaks to milk. so milk is so good. it cuts right to the core. also, it is that nice little caffeine boost that wakes you up in the morning and it's the ultimate comfort to drink. >> are oakland customers picky? >> oakland customers are picky because the standards are very high. especially coffee scene raging here for almost 15 years now. we've been really at the forefront since 2005. >> can i ask tatiana, the art of making coffee and i know that you guys have these classes where people can come and learn. what is the most difficult part and when is there any time that
you have messed up? >> all the time. but with practice comes perfection i think that working inside of the coffeehouse and inside of red bay with their constant motion happening it helps with the latte art and getting used to the machine.>> tell me what you've made right here. this one is really cool. it's not just the latte we are looking at. >> there are variations of latte art. this is a heart and then her wing tips. or you can do at rosetta. this is a tulip so they drop down inside and create the leaves. and this one is a triple heart. >> oh, and this is a charcoal? >> this is a charcoal latte so it's activated charcoal. it comes from burnt coconuts. and that actually has a lot of health benefits but it really
tasted great for the texture is nice. it has a great taste and it really makes the latte art pop because you're looking at a contrast. latte art is a contrast of the color of the espresso on the color of the milk. >> we talked about it. you've been there for five years, there is an expansion coming up that will be tax related. in terms of the expensing of the starbucks chains and people who are pushing for independent roasters and coffee shops. where do you stand in that? and where you see the future of coffee going? >> we are and independent coffee company and we are roasters. we are importing coffee from around the world. especially from east africa, from tanzania and ethiopia. partners in brazil. we have a role in the covers -- coffee industry. we take this seriously, we love what we do. we really support our farmers. and our baristas so the
industry has done a lot of work at the farm level. i think there's work to go on this side of the supply chain. but, so that's what we do. we are vertically integrated which means we source our coffee, roast our coffee and we have our own retail shop.>> that's amazing thank you so much for coming and thank you tatiana for the beautiful work. it even smells good. so thank you and go check out red bay coffee down on east 10th. frank we will send it back to you. >> don't spill those when you bring that down okay?>> i'm too scared to drink them they are so pretty. >> 2300 coffee shops in oakland. thank you for that. we are due step with coffee but let's talk about weather now. it's a great day to sip a latte, it's kind of cool outside. we have cool fall weather in the forecast. a nice mild day for inland communities. a few sprinkles here and there.
giving you a view of the storm tracker two, a little bit of patchy drizzle but we will leave that possibility. temperatures right now 62 to start your day in san francisco. upper areas like san jose and santa rosa. the system off the coastline that brought us the cooler weather yesterday, the onshore breeze, right about in here. it's going to continue to lift north and east ring in northern california, oregon and washington the wet weather. for us, it looks like lake county, sonoma county, have the best shot of getting a few sprinkles later today. we have a better chance. i will take you out to tuesday and show you that. as we get going into the afternoon, there is the line of rain down to eureka. with the cloudy conditions we are going to have the possibility of hit or miss light showers.
as we get into sunday, a mix of sunshine and cuts, temperatures remaining status quo. 60 that the coast and 70s inland. the next system, this looks to be the better rainmaker, the first system of the season to bring widespread rain. by tuesday we could see anywhere from .5 inches of rain. will be some good news. we're looking forward to that and we will continue to track that. for the afternoon today, possibility of a few sprinkles. 69 central and south bay remaining drive. into the south bay, 76. are you going to tahoe? it will be wind out there today, gusty conditions expected and an advisor for the lake. a lake wind advisory for the dry conditions. the temperatures will range from 40s to mid 60s overnight. in the afternoon tomorrow the wind dies down. here's a look
at the extended forecast, a slight change in the temperatures into sunday and just a tad cooler for some. monday, tuesday and wednesday more of the same but really the bigger story is going to be if we get the wet weather monday. grab that umbrella. celebrating the creatures, coming up, the push to educate the public about sharks returning to san francisco shoreline and how you can take part in sharktoberfest. we will introduce you to the men making a memorial for the memory of the victims from las vegas.
to a customer disturbance. the suspect shot and wounded the start clerk and killed the officer. the suspect was caught by other law enforcement and today's service will be held at the bayside church deputy was recently married and served in the sheriff's department for the past 4.5 years. firefighters who died in the line of duty will be honored today in sacramento, 37 names will be added to the memorial wall. the capital park at 11:30 am this morning at least six of those firefighters worked in the bay area. more than 1300 names are already inscribed in that memorial wall. one man has made it his mission to set up signs for members of the 58 lives lost in las vegas. as we explained, a year later,
the same and return to the very same site to set up another memorial to commemorate the victims in vi that tragedy. >> she should be standing right here. they should all be standing right here. not just these crosses. they should be standing here. it's hard to see the spirit >> reporter: michael's sister heather alvarado was killed almost one year ago at the route 91 shooting.>> she was a beautiful girl, she left her family, her mom and dad and her kids. >> reporter: today michael is back in las vegas with his family to honor his sister and support others impacted by the tragedy. he tells me it means a lot for the man who made these crosses to drive from chicago and placed them here at the welcome sign for people to remember the 58 lives lost.>> he didn't have to do it and he is doing it. people like that, or what everybody needs. people need to help each other out. they need to be there for one
another. >> they are doing it for the family to show that we do care. it's been a year and just imagine what the family has gone through. >> reporter: he came from las vegas days after the shooting and set up his 58 crosses at the welcome sign. he stayed in touch with the families of several victims throughout the year. this time he wants those family members to have a chance to take the crosses home. >> after time went by they realized i wanted my daughter's cross, i wanted my brothers cross. so now, it's unusual that i made a complete duplicate but, i already have at least 21 promised out. >> reporter: he has traveled around the country to honor victims of tragedies. he tells me it's heart- wrenching to think about what happens a year ago but he wants to make sure we remember these 58 faces. >> i just try not to cry. because it is so hard to
imagine. here you are out having fun and then something like this happens to you. we just want to show that they have not been forgotten. >> that was faith tanner reported. two some big problems to be addressed at the salesforce transit center.>> after two steel beams cracked we will let you know if the new materials are coming in. bowing to pressure, allowing the fbi to do an investigation into brett kavanaugh.
good morning starshine. we've been asking for songs that wake you up and that remind you of coffee. >> that's a good one. i love it. >> it's national coffee day today so you have your cup of joe in hand, good for you. we've got ours as well.>> thank you so very much you save me with that flavored today. >> welcome to mornings on 2. >> good morning everyone we will talk about your weather coming up in just a moment. for some of the headlines on that saturday. all eyes on the transbay terminal and that will be a very busy place the next several days as crews work to shore up the structure after two cracks are found. more on what is arriving on site today and when that work is actually going to begin, we are down there with the details
and we will have a live report. also a fire broke out at one of the bay area's most famous sports bars. what investigators know so far about how the blaze got started at ricky's sports theater and grill. a big rater hangout. a frightening plane crash in the south pacific, we first reported that everyone on board was okay. >> now we are learning that one of the passengers is missing and we will have an update on that coming up. first let's go to rosemary for a check on how the weekend weather is shaping up. here's a live look outside. it's a little hazy but not so bad. we have some blue skies, mid-level clouds, patchy drizzle a possibility along the coastline. into the weekend, the possibility of a few sprinkles for some of us later today. here's a look at the square,
temperatures are similar to yesterday, a tad warmer in some areas. the onshore breeze is with us. oakland 63 degrees, san francisco 59, santa rosa 60 and low 60s also. we have the cloud cover and it's hard to depict where we have the low clouds compared to the mid-and high-level clouds. there are associated with the system that will bring scattered showers do northern california and a slight opportunity for a few sprinkles in lake county and sonoma county. here's a view on the on sore -- onshore breeze. oakland has a southerly wind at about 13 miles per hour. here is a view of the system, northern california will have the best chance at seeing the rain. for us it will be a hit or miss light shower. here's 3 pm this afternoon, far to the north over areas like
clay county, santa rosa, sonoma, napa and down to petaluma, a chance for you there but you can see here it's not going to be much. perhaps a few light passing. central and south bay will remain dry, partly cloudy, 75 concord. low 70s closer to the shore. 73 san mateo and the giants take on the dodgers today. we will have temperatures hold steady for the most part getting through the back end of the weekend but into the businessweek a better te chance for rain for all of us, i will have details coming up in just a bit. materials are arriving today for the work on the new salesforce transit center. crews are going to try to stabilize the bus deck and the rooftop park and shore up the two beams that have cracks in them. lee martinez is live at the san francisco $2.2 billion transit system.
>> reporter: as of right now, we are seeing some activity out there. we have some noises going on but we can't get close enough to see exactly what is going on. the discovery of the cracks in the steel has punted the closure of this portion of fremont street as well as the entire center for safety reasons. we know that materials are arriving for this temporary fix, that they are putting in. work is supposed to begin tomorrow. the salesforce transit center opened one month ago and serves as a regional bus depot . earlier this week a crack was discovered in a steel beam near one of the columns that supports this edges rooftop garden. upon further inspection, the second crack was later discovered in an adjacent steel beam. it's not yet been determined what caused the steel to crack. on thursday, ceiling panels were removed to prepare to move in the materials and the shoring design was finalized yesterday. >> once the shoring is in place
and we've offloaded all of the support on that beam, then we can start our analysis of what happened.>> reporter: official speculated that the cracks could be related to the beams fabrication, installation or the center's design. on sunday workers will begin to put of the shoring system designed to relieve the weight on the beams. the authority says it will conduct a review of the permanent repair plan and it will do another review on the building's construction overall. we are awaiting the materials to shop today and the real work begins on this temporary fix tomorrow. hopefully by the end of next week, ek the center will be back up and running. they will soon be making improvements to the buses and facility. the agency was just awarded a $3.6 million federal grant for it will be used to help replace old bus agreement and upgrade
the yard for that grant is part of a federal program to improve bus structure. severs will focus on the future of transportation in the city. that starts at 10 am this morning. in the main library of the auditorium and it will end at noon. transportation experts will be talking about how to reduce traffic congestion and improve public transit. a fire at one of the bay area's most well-known sports bars, the fire broke out at one a.m. at ricky's sports theater and grill. it was a big rater hangout. the fire department posted video of firefighters tried to get the blaze out. they say it started outside the building near the exterior ice machine closet. the flames went up the wall through the wall to the top of the building and the fagade. no injuries reported. football weekends are very busy for ricky's which prides itself on being the official hangout of raider nation. now ricky's tweeted out, about the fire and the owner says
damage appears to be isolated and more importantly everyone is okay. they are not sure if they will be able to open up today where they are now awaiting word they add that one person with the bar has been up all night trying to survey all the damage. not to the ongoing drama of the supreme court nomination of brett kavanaugh with moderate republican senators holding out, president donald trump says it looks like he didn't have much of a choice. he did end up ordering the fbi investigation into sexual assault allegations against his choice to the high court. the president says he is still confident that brett kavanaugh is going to make it to the top bench. he tweeted out our seventh fbi investigation of judge brett kavanaugh, he will someday be recognized as a truly great justice. now brett kavanaugh is confirmation did seem like it was nearly done, after moderate arizona republican jeff flake indicated he would vote for the nomination. but then things change very quickly, flake oldest honor by
announcing they should hold off on a vote for up to one week so the fbi could investigate claims of sexual misconduct against brett kavanaugh. they include the allegation made by dr. christine blasey ford, she said he sexually assaulted her while they were in high school 36 years ago. flakes change of heart perhaps came in part because he was confronted in the senate building. this was taught by two women protesters on video, who are also sexual assault survivors.>> look at me when i'm talking to you, you are telling me that my vote doesn't matter. that what happened to me doesn't matter and that you were going to let people who do these things into power. that's what you are telling me when you vote for him. >> and the last are we did talk to sonoma state political professor about the twist and
turns of this confirmation n hearing. and the impact it's having on both the democratic and republican parties.>> less than 24 hours ago, judge brett kavanaugh was going to be confirmed. that's gone sideways. his nomination is not doomed but certainly republicans made a massive miscalculation in the midst of midterms about 38 days away and that could be problems for them in november. three women's including dr. fort have accused brett kavanaugh of sexual misconduct. chauncey said the fbi investigator will be limited in scope while it's unclear what that means, agents can interview accuses and witnesses and gather additional evidence or details that could help cooperate this story. agents do not make judgments on credibility or significance of the allegations. a gofundme for the family of dr. ford raised more than $528,000 in 10 days before it stopped accepting donations for the original goal was only $150,000.
the account organizers say the money will cover the family's expenses including security. the site is encouraging everyone to support causes that help women overcome and speak out against sexual assault. allegations of sexual assault against transit have led to a huge increase in calls to rape hotlines all around the country. phones are ringing off the hook at bay area women against rape which operates a 24 hour hotline for victims of sexual assault and rape. their executive director tells us the increase in calls started earlier this week in anticipation of the senate hearing. there was a 50% increase in calls before the hearing and on thursday, that doubled and tripled the number of calls compared to a normal weekday. >> at this point we are beyond capacity for colors that are just seeking support, wanted to talk through their own triggers an emotional and sexual trauma. they want to talk through their feelings about what they've seen
with the senate hearings. >> the director said it's common for their hotline to experience a spike in calls when sexual assaults are in the news but thursday represented a very unusually high search. cause included victims coming forward for the very first time, and some victims who are his experiences were triggered by the hearings themselves. if you are a victim of sexual assault you can reach out to the national sexual assault hotline toll-free, you see the number on your screen. and locally you can reach the bay area women against rape on his 24-hour hotline. shares of tesla motors l 15% after the sce is -- sec is suing governor jerry brown. they said he had a verbal agreement to help finance a deal that would take the company private. the sec alleges that musk misled investors last month that he had funding secured to carry
out the plan. the journal reports that musk is prepared to argue that the sec is wrong to think that in a written agreement is necessary for a deal to be made. facebook announced that it has discovered a security breach that affected almost 50 million users. the company said it discover the bridge breach earlier this week. as a result, many people have been locked out of their facebook accounts and will have to log back in. the company said it doesn't know whether any of its users personal information was compromised. a crash in the south pacific. we reported everyone was rescued and it's okay. it turns out one person has been reported missing since the crash. details coming up in the next half lf an hour. educating people about the creatures of the deep amma straightahead we will talk about the event celebrating sharks and how you can take part in sharktoberfest.
with this pattern. even tracking the possibility of wet weather for the bay area. by the way, glenn and q for your request on this but we are taking request for songs i hope you get you going in the morning whether they be coffee songs or whatever the case may be. i will have details on your forecast coming up in just a bit. ever since the movie jaws came out in the 70s we have all had both of fear and an obsession with sharks. those great whites are headed our way. california waters are key breeding grounds for great whites and to celebrate the return we are bringing in sharktoberfest. a salute to all sharks. mary jane from noaa joins us on the telephone, good morning. >> did morning. frank. >> sharks get a bit of a bad rap but they're so vital to the ocean. >> they do but sharks and
especially the white sharks that we are so fortunate to have here, they play a really important part in the marine ecosystem and maintaining the balance. there is always a relationship of predators to pray and him of the shark situation that we have here, which is a very special population of white sharks pdas are almost all the big guys. the adult and some adults. they keep the seal and sea lion populations in check. so that in turn benefits the other fish. so as long as there is a shark population that's good and healthy and robust we know that the ecosystem is in balance. if it can support apex predators like the great white shark then we know we are doing something right. we are in good shape. >> we are in balance with what is it about northern california waters that they like? >> lots of seals and sea lions and the adults are especially adapted. they can raise their body temperature is about 40 degrees above the cold water.
so that enables them for doing swift pursuits and ambush predators. there are so many seals and sea lions because there is an abundance of food for them. this is like a huge lunch bucket for the white sharks. >> what is the fascination. i know once jaws came out, i was a freshman in high school. i never turn my back on the ocean after that. what is our fascination with these creatures? >> i think it similars to that of dinosaurs is that they are such mysterious animals. they hunt by stealth, they don't hang out at the surface a lot. we simply don't see them around and they are massive. they can get up to roughly 20 feet long. we have the big population. we have the big guys and the big girls. in fact, female sharks tend to be a little bit bigger than the males are quite a few different
species. we have a lot of species here but the white sharks are the ones that come here seasonally that we celebrate with sharktoberfest. and it is happening today from 11 am to 4 pm at the beach and in san francisco. >> i know you have food, displays, parades, music. tell us what you can expect if you had down to the field? >> we've got shark experts you can talk to we've got great exhibits. we have live sharks, live music and a food truck. and some suds of course. so there is something here for the whole family. we are going to be doing a special sea life strut, costume costs do contest and parade at 1 pm including prizes to attend the shark session of the san francisco international ocean film festival. so we've got sports prizes, we are in really good shape.
we have a lot of community support with this but we do about 1000 people. today is a beautiful day so we are hoping to get a good crowd. and have everyone experienced the wonderful sharks we have in the bay area. >> all right is not just great whites we have a lot of sharks but i want to thank you so much for joining us and all the best today. it kicks off this morning until this afternoon. thank you. >> you can celebrate the return of great white sharks at the national marine ceremony, it's a free event and it starts at 11 am. a lot going on until 4 pm this afternoon. you might need a jacket right now but it should warm up a little bit.>> it shouldn't be too bad. look at this glorious view. low clouds out there for portions of the bay area. a little drizzle a possibility along the coastline. later today a few sprinkles.
given your view, of all the cloud cover. we do have temperatures in the 60s this morning, low 60s in oakland. the wind on sure, livermore reporting three miles per hour, hayward has a southerly breeze at 10. the flow is going to remain from the west southwest as we move through your bay area weekend, we do have those changes, that started yesterday. especially for inland cities who felt a big cooldown. as a result of this system, that's going to continue to move in the northeast pattern. as it does it will bring rain to northern california, oregon and perhaps washington did for us, just a few sprinkles a possibility today. here's a look at the future cast as we get into the afternoon noticed a line of rain well to the north of us but it will
have a possibility because it is saturday and you may be out and about and you may have a few light showers pass overhead the farther north you live. into sunday, a mix of suntanning cause. temperatures won't change a lot. into monday, this system here could bring widespread rain to the bay area. by tuesday into wednesday and some of the models are predicting we could see anywhere from .25 inch of 2.5 inches of rain. so maybe a first wet pattern or storm for the season. 72 degrees in vallejo today. enter east bay 76. around the bay, 70 oakland. upper 70s in gilroy so it will be nice and warm in some areas. tahoe is cool, relatively mild. the story today for tahoe will be the gusty conditions. it will be breezy. a light wind advisory also a
red flag warning for the dry conditions. sunday the wind will die down and will be mostly sunny on the lake. the extended forecast for us here at home. temperatures don't change a lot for us going forward. there is a possibility you may need the umbrella. not everyone happy with getting rid of plastic bags, the problem one grocery store in new zealand is having after a countrywide ban on plastic bags. let out a wild chase on highway 99, what efforts they had to take in order to round up a bowl that escaped the cattle trailer in the central valley. more on that, coming your way.
after escaping from a cattle trailer. it was one of two dozen cows and bulls that escaped yesterday. opposite is quickly rounded up all the cattle but one. they had to pursue this bowl along the shoulder of the freeway and onto the side street and then through a vineyard. before they finally caught it. one officer suffered minor injuries during the round up. starting next year, if you get a divorce your pet will become part of the proceeding. governor brown signed a bill giving judges the authority to decide who gets to keep the family pet in divorce cases. the same way they handle child custody disputes. it will be considered community property with the judge judging certain things. the santa cruz can be animal shelter is lowering the cat adoption fees through hollowing. the shelter says they have too many cats and kittens and have one -- to give them away. also happening today
volunteers from habitat for humanity are helping some longtime residents fix up their homes. the volunteers will replace fences landscape yards and paint homes. the goal is to help low income homeowners in the bayview who are not able to make home repairs on their own. time now is 9:27 am. let's go for a last check of the weather. we are looking at present weather for inland cities going into the 70s for today. upper 60s around the bay and low 60s expected along the coastline. we will be within such an and clouds today and if you are in the north bay you may get a few scattered showers overhead. sunday we have temperatures very similar. we will call it a repeat without the possibility of rain. but when will it arrive? monday into tuesday and for the entire bay area we may get a pretty decent storm the first of the season thus far. we will be tracking that.
well, thank you for joining us this morning for more news come with us to ktvu.com. we can watch some major league baseball preview show and we have the yankees and the red sox playing at 10 am and you can tune in for the latest news and developments at ktvu.com. >> we leave you with can't drive 55. a national coffee day, good son to wake up to. things are looking good into the city. we will see you over on the plus as mornings on 2 continues. have a great saturday. rday.
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