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a gunman on the loose in the mission district. and there was a police chase. we are in san francisco. here is the latest on what we know. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. people have started waking up this morning and coming to see the crime scene that is still somewhat active this morning. there actually some apartment buildings just above the businesses here on 24th street. a couple of people have come outside of their homes this morning. a surprise, of course to see the crime scene tape around this area. you can see what appears to be a bullet hole in one of the
windows. this is a hair styling salon on 24 street. that appears to be a bullet hole. we will take you to video of what the scene looks like earlier this morning and tell you exactly what we know so far. officers found a man shot on 24 street here. he died on scene. the sidewalk where he was found is blocked off by police tape. the whole situation started at midnight after shots were reported here in the mission district. the san francisco police department saw a car, possibly connected to the call, drive away from the scene. police chase the car but the driver got away. we don't know who the victim is an the medical examiner will release that information after the investigation. there have been a couple of people coming out of their homes. we tried to ask them if they heard anything, but they were in a hurry going to work this morning. we will continue to stay out here and see if we can get any
further details. if we do, we will bring those to you live. police in san bruno searching for a third suspect now in connection with the shootout last tuesday at the shops at tanforan. they are searching for d'andre gant, believe to be one of the two shooters at the mall. meantime, police arrested two other teenagers in the case ages 15 and 16. investigators day the 16-year- old is the other shooter. the san bruno police chief says it was an argument between two groups that escalated into gunfire. >> we are taking an extremely proactive approach do not stop at those who may have just fired the shots, but to identify everyone involved and what level of participation they had in the incident, regardless of their ages, to hold them accountable. >> two teenagers were wounded
in the shooting, but they are expected to be okay. the gunbattle sent terrified shoppers running for cover. the teenage suspects are now booked at the san mateo county youth services center suspected of attempted murder and conspiracy. an eight hour standoff with san jose police ended peacefully on stone avenue. police were told there was at least one gun inside the home, and they heard what sounded like a loud argument. officers, including the s.w.a.t. team and crisis negotiators, spent hours trying to get the people inside come out. eventually two man and a woman came out without incident. after the two big earthquakes in southern california last week, scientists say there may be more problems ahead. people in that quake zone made field thousands of aftershocks in the couple of weeks. ridgecrest was hit hard by a big quake on july 4 and then a town about 25 miles away was hit by a bigger quake. the very next day. highways were buckled and gas lines were ruptured and there were several house fires. at least 15 buildings were damaged, but no major injuries or deaths have been reported.
all of our roads and concrete such as sidewalks, gutters have been inspected, and all of the roads are in good condition. you can travel upon all of them. >> over the weekend the governor said president trump is committed to helping the region recover and says california will get the help that is needed. people in southern california still picking up the pieces after back-to-back quakes and a lot of aftershocks. the 7.1 magnitude earthquake friday was the largest to hit southern california in 20 years, it followed a six point for earthquake on thursday and for some the damage ran through their entire homes. tossed furniture, shattered issues, it was difficult to walk through this home in trona . >> it is just devastating to see what it has done to the
house and everything. >> caltrans issued an emergency order to spend $3.1 million for damaged roads in the ridgecrest area. crews are focusing on route 178 were three major cracks have been spotted. there were no major quakes this weekend here in northern california, but bay area residents we jolted into action to get ready for the action big one. many preparedness kits ran out this weekend. but you can still build your own kit, like a swiss army knife which can always come in handy. also, first aid kits, soap that can be used without water and clothing to keep you warm. >> i recommend a headlamp. in an emergency situation, it is great to be able to use your hands. >> having plenty of water handy for everybody and a water purification device is also recommended. water service may possibly knocked out in a big quake. reach out with your neighbors
about a community plan for when the big quake hits. earthquake coverage continues on ktvu.com. you can find all the latest developments on our homepage. in oakland the master tenant of the ghost ship warehouse is expected to start testimony today. derick almena is charged with 36 counts of manslaughter, one count for every person who died in the ghost ship warehouse fire. his codefendant, max harris, has already testified. derick almena has been seen taking notes and whispering to his lawyers during testimony. now it will be his turn to tell his version of the events. today assemblyman phil king will introduce a plan to encourage more drivers to buy zero emission cars. he plans to announce the plan
that would get rebates to consumers faster. right now many buyers of green cars are put on a waiting list because the state doesn't always have money. the assemblyman wants estate leaders to create a reliable revenue stream so buyers will not have to wait so long. also today, the san francisco board of supervisors will vote on increasing the fee shoppers pay for bags at stores. right now shoppers pay a dime, but supervisor vallie brown wants to increase that to $.25. the proposal will also require plastic bags to be used for produce or bulk items and have them decomposable. coming up, a plan for the farallon islands to get rid of an instant station of rats. why some are calling this a controversial plan. and we still don't know whether the next census will include a citizenship question. if you're near the altamont pass, you might want to hold on. winds gusting to 42 miles per hour. we will talk about a cool down on your monday forecast. buy one take one is back,
two powerful california democrats are calling for increased election security. nancy pelosi and california secretary of state alex padilla will hold a news conference in san francisco at 11 o'clock this morning. they are pushing for the u.s. senate to vote on a bill they say would literally create a paper trail in all national elections. so far senate majority leader mitch mcconnell has not scheduled a vote. last week the house of representatives approved the bill that would require backup paper ballots and require audits after elections. new this morning, the iran nuclear agency says the country is now enriching uranium to 4.5%, surpassing the 3.6% limit set by the 2015 nuclear deal. iranian officials say that will continue scaling down their commitments under the nuclear agreement unless european leaders find a way for iran to get around u.s. sanctions.
under the 2015 deal, iran agreed to limit nuclear activities and to allow international inspections on its nuclear facilities in exchange for sanctions relief. but president trump called the u.s. out of that deal last year and reimposed sanctions on iran. the reason we are starting a second step in reducing our commitments from the negotiation today, is that europe and other members cannot meet our demands, especially in the field of oil and bring it back our income. they have not been able to do anything worthy. >> says the united states reimposed sanctions, think economy has suffered. the foreign minister called it economic terrorism. later today democratic presidential candidate eric swalwell will hold a news conference in dublin and his campaign headquarters. has struggled in recent polls. they show he ranks outside the
top 14 democrats running for president, which means he is at risk of being excluded from the next round of debates later this month unless he starts pulling higher. the news conference is set for 1 o'clock this afternoon in dublin. segregationists in the senate and harris has scored some political point for criticizing joe biden for those comments. >> if any comments i made were taken anyway the people took offense from them, then i am truly sorry for that. that was not my intention. >> i applaud him for doing that. >> joe biden also said there are plenty of differences between him and kamala harris, so this is not likely to be the last showdown between them that we see, especially when you consider the next debate is just three weeks away. there has been a big shakeup in the trump administration legal team.
>> reporter: the white house hopes a new legal team will be able to overcome the supreme court objections to a citizenship question. with new census form still up in the air, the justice department has big changes, creating a new legal team to push the president's argument that the census forms should include a citizenship question. yesterday the president returned to washington from his holiday weekend and kept up the drumbeat. >> we're spending $20 billion on the census. >> reporter: but the new legal team will have to figure out how to add the question after the supreme court shot down the first attempt. >> i think the president has
expressed determination. he has noted the supreme court did not say this can't be asked, they said they didn't appreciate the process by which a came forward the first time. >> reporter: the critics allege of the administration is trying to suppress the count. a part of the president's broader crackdown on illegal immigration. democrats continue to make the case against the president's border detention practices. some of which have been highlighted in an inspector general report. >> it is under a lot of trauma they are in a facility that is dehumanizing. this is a choice by the current administration. they are choosing to not allow asylum-seekers to go through the legal process. >> reporter: that is an issue congress will take up this week. back to you guys. caltrans is warning drivers about road work starting in vallejo tonight. one of the two lanes on the west bound highway 287 offramp at 80 will be closed from 9 pm through 5 pm through this friday. crews will work on a sound wall, but one lane will stay open through the construction. we are checking the commute today. here is your live pictures.
traffic is out there, but it is moving. that is better than we can expect normally on a monday. look at highway 24, again, moving even though there is plenty of traffic out there, but it is moving better than normal. san jose highway 101, the latest on that, no major problems. and we checked on the dumbarton bridge and have heard everything has opened there was a multivehicle crash earlier today, but everything has been cleared. it is open again. we will keep an eye on how things are moving and keep you alert on any major accidents. let's talk whether and how the day is shaping up. if you like a cool, you will like today. >> that is correct. today will be the coolest day
of the week by far. tomorrow won't be that much warmer, but maybe a little bit cool to mild. i didn't even go warm for anybody. fog bank with drizzle reported out there. then breezy to wendy, downright with a, the altamont pass, 41 to 49 mile-per-hour wind gusts. so hang on if you have to drive over the past or even out towards fairfield. there have been wind gusts about 35 miles per hour. this will be the coolest day, still nice tomorrow, then warmer, near 90 inland thursday or friday. forecast highs on the left and what is normal on the right. not even close. 76 should be 89, forecast high today 76. even oakland and san francisco are below average. the city will be 6 degrees below average. this is not a file satellite image, that is a real image today. look at that system to the left. not too shabby for this time of year. there is a low in seattle and
portland that will kick out. the next system will move towards them but run into resistance, but it will bring rain to seattle and portland. i think will follow poor around fall apart around humble county. but a possibility of light ray to the north tomorrow. for us a cooler pattern with a tremendous lift in the fog bank. 50s for almost everybody here. 55 los altos hills, which is actually cooler then los altos proper. half moon bay 56. also sent carlos 54. really cold water temperatures, bodega bay should be 51. san francisco should be 56. there is fairfield gusting to 30, concord 25 miles per hour. sfo west 16 to 21 miles per hour. 57 seems popular. arcata, sacramento, monterey. fresno a nice 63 this morning.
truckee 37, that is a cool pattern. look at the low cloud deck. it will take a lot to budge that. is the 50s on the coast today or very low 60s. the system will continue to march to the north. cool winds today. that the hi starts to build back in wednesday and temperatures gradually warm up and we start to see more 70s and 80s by the time you to wednesday and upper 80s to near nine a friday. but today it is 60s. gilroy a cool 77. partly sunny and cloudy tuesday. warmer temps kick in tuesday. they will fire back in thursday through saturday. workfare officials to -- blue bell ice cream targeted again by another ice cream licker, but this time somebody was arrested. the charges he faces, coming up.
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unlawful posting of criminal activity for notoriety as well as tampering with property. the teenager who also liked blue bell ice cream in texas has been identified. she is in the hands of the juvenile system because she is not 18 yet and her name will not be released. before she was identified as a juvenile, police that she could have faced up to 25 years for tampering with food. her boyfriend, who was heard encouraging her, may also face charges. sportswear manufacturer under armour is working on a sneaker that could monitor your blood pressure as you are working out. one version of the shoe uses a hand more device to track blood pressure readings with the sole of the shoe adjusting to help blood flow. another version has a blood pressure detector inside the shoe. officials in marin
county are hoping someone will come forward after a pet rabbit was stolen at the fair this weekend. the 11-year-old raised the wrapper from birth and it was taken from a cage in the for and feathers tent thursday afternoon. someone who witnessed the theft reported it six security, but officials did not find the suspect or the pet. they say this is the first time an animal has been stolen from the fair and now they are limiting the number of people allowed in the tents at one time. the u.s. fish and wildlife service was to drop one .5 tends of rat poison on the farallon allens. they have become an invasive species. the federal government says the only way to get rid of the mice is by dropping those poison pellets from helicopters. the drops would happen in the fall of next year at the earliest. conservationists oppose the plan because the potential impact on other animals. the coastal commission is holding a public hearing on the proposal on wednesday. many people are back at work after that long fourth of
july holiday weekend, and the chp we leasing their latest numbers during their maximum enforcement period. coming up, we will tell you how many people are arrested for dui across the bay area and statewide. and a massive earthquake rocked in southern california, leaving many conservative aftershocks continue. what you need to know to be prepared for the next big one. if you're watching us up in cresson city and eureka, maybe a little light rain for you tomorrow. you heard me. we will show you coming up.
good morning. thank you for joining us. >> looking outside right now, it is a beautiful day. blue skies. it was a little gray earlier. looks like it is shaping up to be a cooler day. >> because you are here. >> i bring the cool. i did spend a week on the east coast where it was not so cool. it wasn't hot, reasonable. >> humidity. >> it is fine for one day, then the fifth day, what is going on? >> you are like, i have had enough. fog over san jose already beginning to burn off, but some on the coast probably will not see the sunshine today. cool and mild, 50s, 60s and upper 70s. a big fog bank out there. drizzle, fog or some. the breeze is in place to down light windy in the ultimate
times. 50s and temperatures will cool off from yesterday when we had 60s and 70s. 60 in the city. big low spitting up in the pacific northwest. a whopper of a system for this time of year. taking aim also at seattle and portland. the tail end of that might give us drizzle or light rain in cresson city, but south of that it will fall apart. but still don't see that too often this time of year. a system that strong. 50s and a few low 60s still. gilroy 55, santa cruz 56. san jose 57. 49 and 54 the water temps. really cold for this time of year. the onshore wind in place for some, a breeze for others.
some of the low cloud deck might be slow to burn back for a few. the system will go through tomorrow then after that high pressure builds beckett. 50s, 60s and 70s on the highs, way below average. back to you. we are keeping an eye on your commute. it is not moving all that fast at the bay bridge toll plaza. we had a couple of problems earlier at treasure island. that may be part of it, but it is monday morning at 7:30 am, so this is what happens. if you are in a carpool, you are in good shape, everybody else has to be patient as it rolls into the city. take a look at the san mateo bridge toll plaza, the same situation over there. although things are moving, albion slowly. this is the way monday morning looks. we had a long holiday weekend and her back at a. the dumbarton bridge had the most problems this morning. it is still slow going there. we had a problem a couple of hours ago with a multivehicle crash in the westbound direction
. they were able to clear that up. it was right on the incline, but it did take a couple of hours, and as you can see, you add that to the regular commute traffic, and you're still going to have some slow going. here is the overall look at your traffic map. you can see the green, but also some red and yellow and orange. as you make your way through the commute, you are used to this, it is going to be little bit slow, but we will alert you to any major incidents throughout the morning. the fourth of july holiday weekend was also a big test for sfo and the changes to the rideshare pickups own. it was the first major holiday th a lot of people traveling. sfo moved the pickup area to the fifth floor of the domestic parking lot where there is a standby parking lot for rideshare drivers. both travelers and drivers say despite a rocky start, this new pickup location is working well. >> we have been waiting here
like maybe five or 10 minutes right now. not too bad. >> i think it is the best move they have made, you know, in the four years i have been driving. >> that drivers are getting into the airport had been so difficult he stopped accepting ride requests from sfo, but now that there are 244 dedicated spaces where he can wait, he is once again picking up passengers at the airport again. statewide more than 1200 people were arrested for dui, including 241 here in the bay area during the holiday weekend. that is down about 40 people from the same time two years ago. 21 people killed on state roads this weekend, including two here in the bay area. contrast that to 47 people killed statewide during the four day fourth of july holiday period back in 2017. in san francisco this morning police are looking for a suspect after a deadly shooting in the
mission district or police say they were first alerted by shotspotter after midnight, and when they responded they found a body on 24th street. officers say they then found a car that was possibly connected to that call drive away from the scene. police started a chase but say the driver got away. officers say they man they found died on the scene from the gunshot wounds. that area still blocked off by crime tape as the investigation continues. also new this morning, at least one person dead after an overnight car crash in santa clara. firefighters responded to fordham drive around 1:30 am. they found several cars that were parked along that street damaged from the black sedan. our crew on the scene estimates about half a block worth of damage. authorities have not said what led to that crash. the cleanup continues in southern california after the two big earthquakes last week. there have been thousands of aftershocks, including more than 10 in just the past two
hours. magnitudes were between 2.5 and 3.5. no deaths or serious injuries have been reported, but the damage has been widespread. that have a lot of people in northern california think about what they need to do to prepare for a big quake here. >> you and i have been talking about that as well. >> reporter: some people might be thinking about earthquake insurance, maybe buying or creating your own disaster preparedness kits, but getting ready for the next big quake is top of mind for a lot of people following those big earthquakes. the governor is urging you to map out emergency escape routes and get those earthquake quits ready. here in the bay area sporting good stores quickly sold out a three day survival ki over the weekend. they say they will restock soon. if you want to create your own coming to buy things like a
flashlight or headlamp, batteries, a first aid kit, maybe a swiss army knife and plenty of food and water. >> we need to be ready to recognize that it is going to be very difficult to get outside help in. the most important thing you can do is help yourself and help your neighbor. if we can do it together, that we have a much better chance of having a community that will still be here after the earthquake. >> most people in california do not have earthquake insurance. the california earthquake authority says rates are lower and there are bigger discounts for earthquake insurance than in years past. that is something to consider. it is a separate policy for your homeowners or renters insurance. california now plans to spend more than $16 million to install thousands of quake detectg sensors statewide. officials say that will give utilities and trains precious seconds to shut down fo shakg star. firefighters recovering and two-family foster homes after a fire in pleasant hill. crews responded to the call
just after 5 pm last night. when they arrived they found two single-family homes on fire. crews had to pull back when they were not able to shut off the gas. pg&e arrived to turn off the gas lines, but both houses collapsed. the firefighter who was hurt suffered an ankle injury. the cause of the fire is under investigation. police in san jose still searching now for the person who shot four people over the weekend. it happened saturday just before midnight around hillsdale avenue. the victims were treated for non-life-threatening injuries. the motive has not been revealed, but some of the neighbors say they don't feel safe. >> it makes you feel uncomfortable. >> san jose was once called the safest big city in america, but violent crime has been rising in recent years. just last month a man killed four people and then took his own life. it was one of the deadliest mass shootings in the history of santa clara county.
davis police officer natalie corona, who was killed in the line of duty, will be remembered on a stretch of interstate 5 running through her hometown. the state assembly and senate passed a resolution naming a five mile section of the freeway after her. the 22-year-old was ambushed while responding to a minor traffic collision in january. the officer memorial highway were pass through her hometown of arbuckle. a new report claims federal authorities have been scanning through millions of photos using state drivers license databases. according to the washington post, both mpi and i.c.e. agents are using dmv facial recognition databases without the consent of the people in the photos. state legislators or congress. some cities, including san francisco, have banned the use of the technology by law enforcement because of privacy concerns. the topic is being debated in congress. we're still talking about er. the u.s. women's soccer team won a record fourth world cup beating the netherlands 2-0.
coming up, when and where they will have their big victory parade honoring the world cup champions. starbucks facing backlash over an incident over the fourth of july holiday. what a store employee told us police officers that has sparked nationwide controversy. first let's check in with mike and see what is coming up in the 8 o'clock hour. >> a area scientist suddenly disappears during a conference on a greek island where authority say they believe she was doing something that has them expanding their search. coming up, we will sit down with some of the actors from euphoria, will be back after the break.
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welcome back. starbucks apologizing to six police officers in tempe arizona. they were asked to leave a starbucks on the fourth of july. one of the customers complained about not feeling safe with so many policemen around. the officers were asked to move to where the customer could not see them or leave the starbucks. the tempe police officers association says the officers were offended and left the store. >> two of them are veterans. one having served over 20 years in the military. especially on july 4, it was pretty upsetting to have that request made. >> the starbucks executive vice
president wrote a letter to the tempe arizona chief of police. starbucks says the officers should have been welcomed with dignity and respect. the company says it will make sure it doesn't happen again. a area man recovering this morning after being court on the first day of the running of the bulls in spain. the 46-year-old man from san francisco is among five people who were hurt in the event this year. he was gored in the neck by one of the bold ready to the streets of pamplona. a man from kentucky and spain were gored in their thighs and two others are being treated for head injuries. all rents and other festivities will continue from today through july 14. happening now in oakland and berkeley, pg&e plans to fix a pipeline in those cities. they do this regularly as part of the pipeline maintenance program. today the venting and berkeley will be done your 7th street and austen wade and in oakland near peralta and 30 seconds streets. you may smell natural gas in those neighborhoods until 8 o'clock tonight. northern california firefighters are back home
after fighting wildfires in canada over the past two weeks. 100 firefighters from the u.s. forest service that arrived yesterday at mcclellan airport in sacramento. hot and very dry conditions increased the wildfire danger in alaska and canada last month, and some of those fires are still burning. i was a pretty intense. just to to the environment with the fuel types. >> the firefighters say they're happy to be home, but also said they would have stayed to keep helping out if they were needed. in northwestern ontario one wildfire burned at least 277 square miles. let's talk about our weather and cooler temperatures. >> that is correct. mainly the biggest drop is for inland temperatures. kevin says cooler, it cooled off in sausalito after the he in early june and has not been over 70 since june 12. although he did say also it has been great running weather.
when san francisco goes from 62 down to 60, that is cooler in my book. 78 in nampa yesterday. 76 kentfield yesterday. 73 today. redwood 7077 down to 72. cool to mild. identical warm for anybody. a box fog bank burning off, but there is a lot out there. breezy to windy out towards travis and altamont pass 35 to 49 mile-per-hour wind goes overnight at the altamont pass fog, sun and wind. nice tomorrow, the warmer temps start to kick in wednesday. by friday and saturday with the 90s return for some inland areas. two systems, the upper low spending in seattle and portland, and we give seattle some love here. there you can see, even vancouver. look at that front. my goodness, look at that. that is really impressive to see something like that right
there. we are going to see that system moving in and replacing the other one, but it set the stage for a cooler day for us. hire clouds my track across the tonight and tomorrow for us, but that will be the end result. the fog is there in the drizzle has been there. a few 60s, but a lot of 50s. a few 40s as well. whitaker 49 degrees. cloverdale made it to 49 this morning. calistoga 49 also. bodega bay only 51. bodega bay water temp, cold, 49. san francisco called, 54. monterey 55, which is actually gone down. that plays into the cold forecast near the coast. with southwest 22 in travis. again, ultimate pass 42 when. sfo getting pretty good wind gusts, 50s for many in northern california. truckee 37. the low cloud deck will hangout
for most of the coast. but that front moves inland to the pacific northwest giving them, seattle importantly, summary. maybe down to cresson city. that would be tomorrow. cool is the word for today for us. at least compared to where we should be on average, which is much warmer than what we see today. gradual warming will kick in by wednesday take us to the end of the week. 50s, 60s, 70s. you should be about 89 or 90 for some of these in the locations, but not today. it will warm up to near average and maybe slightly above for some thursday and friday. let's check traffic. this is the emeryville camera. not too bad. this is what emeryville looks like right now. highway 24 always busy, but it is flowing. it has its moments, but it is
flowing on highway 24. san jose highway 101 moving. the regular monday morning traffic. you expect to see some company wherever you go. we will keep an eye on all the roads and tell you if there are any major problems. build-a-bear is getting into the disney craze. the new line of plush toy straight from the sahara just in time for that new live- action lion king movie. after the break, why more and more americans say they have no plans to retire anytime soon.
welcome back. here is the opening bell. it started the trading day on wall street, globalstocks actually fell today after unexpectedly strong employment information here in the u.s. put the brakes on hopes the federal reserve might cut interest rates. federal leaders have said they are ready to cut rates to support economic growth during this terrorist war with china, but investigators question rid of the fed will think it is needed after the report on june job creation. the experts believe we will see just to rate cuts in 2019, not three, to help push u.s. stocks higher. trading has been underway for just over an hour now. let's take a live look at the board. the markets are down at this hour. we will keep you posted.
the dow jones 26.7. the uk data regulator wants to impose the biggest fine ever after he data breach the compromised information were at least 500,000 people. british airways revealed last september it was the victim of a cyber attack. airline customers were diverted to a fake website where hackers harvested their names and credit card and address information. the general data protection agency is proposing a $229 million fine. british airways plans to fight that. struck back here at home, a new housing option in san francisco is renting out, believe it or not, bunkbeds and charging $1200 a month. the company, pod share, rents the bunkbeds in a dormitory style living situation. to get a bed, a locker, a personal tv, food items and
basic toiletries. there is communications and living room areas. the company has locations in los angeles as well. more and more americans say they have no plans to retire. a new associated press poll found almost 25% of americans say they never plan to retire. 23% of workers don't expect to stop working, many say they will work past the age of 65. researchers say about one third of older adults don't feel prepared to retire compared to 56% of younger adults. team usa, the women's soccer team, they did it again, they won the women's world cup in france. [ cheering and applause ] the world cup champs beat the netherlands in the finals yesterday 2-0. they celebrated on the field in front of their cheering fans, but the cheers turned to shouts. demanding equal pay for
professional women soccer players. >> i think everyone is ready for this conversation to move to the next step. we are done with the, are we were this, should we have equal pay day, is a, you know, is the market the same? fans and players are done with that. >> in 2016 the women's team filed a gender discrimination lawsuit against the united states soccer federation saying it pays the men's teams a lot more the female teams despite them not performing their as well as the women. the women's team has won the world cup four times. their male counterparts have not even one wants. new this morning, the world cup champs were on their way home. here they are. team members left their hotel in france earlier today after a night of celebrating. >> cloud nine. i woke up crazy. tired obviously.
>> a little tired, but it was great celebrating with our teammates and friends and family last night. i am just very happy in this moment. >> the team is due to arrive at newark international airport later tonight. and i wednesday the soccer team will be honored with a parade in new york city. it is a tickertape parade that will be held wednesday 9:30 am along the canyon of heroes. the women's national team was honored in 2015 with a tickertape parade for their world cup victory. it was the first time a tickertape parade honored a women's sports team. in washington nancy pelosi invited the team to come to the u.s. capitol to celebrate their victory. the invitation comes after star player meghan rapinoe said she would not want to visit president trump at the white house. the president did congratulate the team on their victory. >> it was an incredible achievement, a very exciting game. i got to see a little bit of it. great players and a great honor
to have them capture it for the united states. >> so far we have not heard if the team or an individual players have accepted the invitation by nancy pelosi. an overnight homicide investigation in san francisco in the mission district. we will tell you what the police are saying about how they tried to chase down a possible shooting suspect. presidential candidate joe biden apologizing while on the campaign trail. we will tell you how the comments he made are affecting his campaign and if a candidate he is running against is benefiting.
a man shot and killed overnight in the mission district. we are live at the scene with information on why officers say they believe the shooting is connected to a police chase. southern california still shaken this morning after a massive earthquake over the weekend. the latest on the cleanup efforts. two people arrested in connection at a shooting in a popular mall in san bruno, but now police say they need your help finding a third suspect. good morning everyone. welcome back. it is monday, july 8. >> let's check on the temperatures. a little gray out there behind a >> nothing new. >> nothing new, exactly. >> lots of gray out there. although burning offer some already. san jose had a good fog bank and now it has disappeared.
far, sun, and wait. altima past wind gusts up to 49 miles per hour overnight. warmer, near 90 by friday. but today it will be 60s and 70s, including livermore, forecast high 76. should be 89 degrees. the have a long way to go to catch up, but they will towards the end of the week. two systems, the low spinning up in the pacific northwest any really oppressive system for this time of year taking aim also at seattle importantly, not for as, but it is really increasing the fog bank is giving us some drizzle. 50s and a couple of 60s now popping up, but we are ready cooler than yesterday this time. east bay temps 54. 59 by the cocker pavilion. the water tends continue to be really cold, 49 to 54. there is fairfield wind gusts up to 30.
plenty of low clouds near the coast. sunny and breezy to windy inland. cooler until that system goes through on tuesday. after today temperatures start to bump up as a ridge of high pressure builds in. but only 50s, 60s and 70s for highs today. back to you. we are watching your morning commute. there is a bridge toll plaza. it is look that way for the past hour or so. it is really just clogged up. things are slow going. they had problems on treasure island. that has cleared up, and this is your normal monday morning commute. it will take some time to get through their. san mateo bridge, we have seen much of the same situation. it has been slow going. it is gray, not really affecting visibility, but you aren't going very fast across the bridge.
richmond toll plaza same situation. we are well into the monday morning commute, and things are moving slowly. we have not seen any major incidents on these bridges, just the regular slowdown. is a take a look at the traffic map, there are some issues over hey word and livermore. we had the dumbarton bridge incident with able typical car crash. but things are still slow over there. will keep you updated. a police chase and homicide in san francisco leads to an investigation in the mission district. we are live this morning in san francisco with more on the story. >> reporter: the scene has not changed much since we got here around 4:30 am. there is still crime scene tape blocking part of the sidewalk here on 24 street. you can also see what appears to be a bullet hole inside a window at this hair salon. there are apartments about the businesses here, and of course,
really scary for people waking up to the scene where a man was shot and killed early this morning. the whole situation started at midnight after shotspotter was activated on 24 street here in the mission district. the san francisco police department saw a car possibly connected to the call drive away from the scene. police chase the car but the driver got away. they then found the man who was shot on 24th street who died at the scene. we don't know exactly who the victim is yet. the medical examiner will release that information after the investigation. we will meet up with the san francisco police department for an interview around 9:30 am and will bring that information to you during our noon show. check back in with us at 9 o'clock for more details on the investigation. san bruno police looking for a third suspect the connection to a shootout at the tanforan mall. authorities are searching for
18-year-old d'andre can't, suspected to be one or two people who opened fire at that mall last tuesday. meantime, officers have arrested two other teenagers in the case, a 15 and 16-year-old. the 16-year-old is a second shooter. the police chief says there was a minor argument between two groups that escalated into gunfire. >> we are taking a proactive approach to not stop at those who were, who may have fired the shots, but to identify everyone involved and what level upper dissipation they had in the incident regardless of their ages to hold them accountable. >> two boys were rooted. >> to okay. terrified shoppers ran for cover. the suspects in custody now booked at the san mateo county youth services center on suspicion of attempted murder and conspiracy. a standoff with san jose police and the peacefully. officers were called to a home on stone avenue near curtner avenue yesterday morning. police were told there was at least one gun inside the home
and they heard loud arguments. officers included the s.w.a.t. team in crisis negotiators. the spent hours trying to get the people to come out, and eventually two men and a woman came out without incident. firefighters investigating the cause of a fire that damaged a garage in los gatos around 9 o'clock last night. firefighters say the garage was engulfed in flames when they arrived. i want to show you a picture. this is from the fire department of was left behind. firefighters had the fire under control in about 20 minutes. no one was hurt and no other structures were damaged. a manhunt underway after a georgia assures deputy killed in a shootout northeast of atlanta. the hall county sheriff's office says he was killed while staging gunfire with the suspect last night after several deputies tried to stop a stolen vehicle. the sheriff's office says they
are searching for multiple suspects this morning. after the two big earthquakes in southern california, scientists say people could feel thousands more aftershocks in the coming weeks. the city of ridgecrest was hit hard by a quake on july 4 and then the town of trona 25 miles away was hit by a quake the next day. the earthquakes buckled highways and ruptured gas line, sparking several fires. at least 50 buildings were damaged, but no major injuries or deaths reported. >> all of our roads and concrete such as dewalk gutters have been inspected, and all of the roads are in good condition. you can travel upon all of them. >> over the weekend the governor said president trump is committed to helping the region recover and the california will get the help needed. people in southern california are still picking up the pieces after the earthquakes. the 7.1 magnitude quake was the largest to hit that area and 20 years. that followed the earthquake on thursday. for someone you are talking about damage, you're talking about their entire home. it made it difficult to walk through this home in trona. that is a small town hundred and 50 miles from los angeles.
>> the meanest earthquake i have been through. it is devastating to see what it has done to the house and everything. >> caltrans issued an emergency order to spend $3.2 million for damaged roads in the area. crews are focusing on route 178 were three major cracks happened been spotted. there were no major earthquakes here over the weekend, but bay area residents were jolted into action to prepare for the next big one. store the stock earthquake preparedness kits ran out this own. nd, but you can build your you can use with army knifes, water bottles, first aid kits, so put that can be used without water, and clothing to keep you warm. >> i recommend a headlamp a lot of folks think flashlights are the best thing, but in emergency situations it is great to be able to use your hands. having a water. for vacation devices also recommended as water service would likely be knocked out in a major earthquake. once you are prepared, reach
out your neighbors about forming a community plan. there earthquake coverage continues on ktvu.com where you can find all the latest developments. today san francisco is in women philip ping will encourage more drivers to buy zero emission cars. he plans to announce a plan that would get rebates to consumers faster. right now many buyers of green cars are put on a waiting list because the state doesn't always have the money ready for those rebates. the assemblyman wants a reliable revenue stream so buyers will not have to wait so long. also today, the san francisco board of supervisors will vote on increasing the fee that shoppers pay for bags at stores. right now shoppers pay a dime, but supervisor brown wants to increase that to $.25. the proposal would also require that the plastic bags used for produce or bulk items be compostable. federal prosecutors in your concealed a critical criminal
indictment charging billionaire jeffrey epstein with having operated a sex trafficking ring. document show he is charged with creating and maintaining a network that allowed him to sexually exploit and abuse dozens of underage girls. he was taken into custody over the weekend on saturday. authorities say he paid underage girls for massages and then molested them at his homes in florida and new york. this taking place in the early 2000. is scheduled to appear in court later today. the master tenant of the go ship warehouse is also inspected to be in court today to testify. derick almena is charged with 36 counts of manslaughter, one count for each person who died in that warehouse fire. his codefendant max harris has already testified. derick almena has been seen talking to his attorneys during the testimony. we still do not know whether the next sentence will include a citizenship question. we will talk about the latest move by the trump administration to try to get it
scientist who disappeared while attending a conference. 59-year-old suzanne eaton is a molecular biologist who was born in oakland. she is currently working in germany and went to the island of crete for a conference. she disappeared last tuesday. her husband and sons traveled to crete to help with the search. two powerful california democrats calling for increased election security. house speaker ncy pesi and california secretary of state alex padilla will hold a news conference at 11 o'clock in san francisco this morning. there pushing for the u.s. senate to vote on the bill they say would literally create a paper trail and all national elections. so far senate majority leader mitch mcconnell has not scheduled a vote. last week the house of representatives approved a bill that would require backup paper ballots and require audits after elections. president trump has a new legal team at the justice department working to get a citizenship question on the 2020 census. that is after the supreme court blocked the first attempt to get the question on the census. they said the governments explanation for why it was necessary was not convincing. so the president wants to try
again. >> i think the president has expressed determination. he has noted the supreme court did not say this can't be asked, he they said they did not appreciate the process by which a came forward the first time. >> critics accused the president pushing for the citizenship question as part of a larger effort to undercount immigrant communities. letter today presidential candidate eric swalwell will hold a news conference in dublin at his campaign headquarters. he has struggled in recent polls . shows a race outside the top 14 democrats running for president, which means he is at risk of being excluded from the next round of debates later this month unless he starts pulling higher. the news conference today happens at 1 o'clock this afternoon. bay area businessman and activist tom steyer has said he plans to announce a presidential bid as early as tomorrow. according to the atlantic, he changed his mind after announcing in january he would not seek the democratic party nomination for president. the 62-year-old former hedge fund manager is one of the top donors of the party and is an outspoken advocate for impeaching president trump. democratic candidates joe
biden and kamala harris are back on the campaign trail. the former vice president is playing defense, ask plenty why he apologized for a comment he made about working with segregationists in the senate. harris has scored political points are criticizing biden for those comments. >> if any comments i made partake in any way the people took offense from them, then i am truly sorry for that. that was not my intention. >> he is right. i applaud him for doing that. >> joe biden also said there are plenty of differences between him and kamala harris, so this is not likely to be the last showdown between them that we see, especially with the next debate just three weeks away. a new poll shows president
trump reaching his highest approval rating of his presidency. the abc news washington post poll found 44% of those questioned supported president trump sent job performance. 53% disapprove of him. meantime, in a theoretical matchup between president trump and former vice president joe biden, biden has a 10 point lead over president trump. and the president is neck and neck with other top democratic candidates. taking a look at the monday morning commute. we are keeping a close eye on it. here is the live picture at emeryville. interstate 80 going to berkeley. a lot of the bridges have been a slow commute. this is east bay highway 24 westbound. it looks like it is getting a little bit better there for folks trying to make their way toward berkeley and beyond. down south highway 101 in san jose a little bit sluggish, but doing a lot better than just about an hour ago. here is an overall view.
time is about 8:18 am. the commute is getting better, but san mateo, dumbarton a bridge is still very slow. let's talk weather. and the school day in advance of the warmer days ahead. >> by thursday and friday. mike, you will be happier than. >> i can't wait. >> you're going to have to. we have the coolest day of the week today as a couple of systems take aim to the north. 50s to 60s. low clouds burning off across most of san jose. 54 in the city. cool and mild today. a big fog bank with drizzle this morning. breezy to windy. there have been wind gusts up to 49 miles per hour at the altamont pass late last night. santa rosa 77, should be 84. the city 60, oakland 68. look at livermore, 76, should be 89.
probably get there thursday or friday. san jose 74, the average is 83 this time of year. you see the low spitting up in seattle and portland. for this time of year, a really strong system. it has tapped into a lot of moisture. climatological he speaking, it is 200% of normal. it will run into resistance as a starts to push more towards the inland areas, but it will bring rain to the pacific northwest mab rica north early tuesday. but it will start to fall apart. but it has picked up the fog and increase the onshore wind. 50s and 60s on the thames. on the peninsula. 60 in los altos. woodside 59. they made it to 51 this morning. the water temps continue to be very cold. 49 bodega bay, normal is about 52. san francisco should be about 56 and they are 54. and even at the monterey, they were 56, it is gone down to 55.
really cold water. wind gusts up to 30 now at concord, which is stronger than fairfield. don't see that all the time. travis was wind gusts up to 35. 37 in truckee. 59 sacramento, only 1 degree warmer the monterey. plenty of low clouds near the coast. inland wilbur backup. we know the drill. once the system tuesday goes by, that we start to see high pressure building back in. but today will be a cool one here. and the coolest day of the week probably by far for many. tomorrow will be that much warmer. we will start a warm up after tuesday, and then the high will start to build in, and will it ever. it will flex its muscle in temperatures start to rocket up heading towards the end of the week. we are not looking for any record highs, but it will be much warmer than this by the time you get to friday.
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welcome back. starbucks has issued an apology to police officers in tempe arizona after officers say an employee asked them to leave the store on july 4. >> reporter: according to the tempe officers association, a group of five officers and a civilian service aide came to this starbucks on scottsdale road for a quick coffee run. hang out inside before the afternoon shift. that is when a barista made a polite request. >> that there was a customer that was feeling unsafe because there were so many police officers inside the store. she asked them if they could move out of the view of that customer or go.
>> reporter: this happened on july 4. he says the officers listen to and then left. >> two of them are veterans, one having served over 20 years in the military. and especially on july 4, it was pretty upsetting to have that request made. >> reporter: the association took the social media friday, posting this dump starbucks photo saying the store had zero respect. >> sometimes people get jittery around cops or get nervous. >> reporter: you know people like that? >> yeah. >> their presence makes you feel unsafe, i think that is a little bit ridiculous. >> reporter: tempe pd prides itself on serving the public and what happens is sad. >> unfortunately, this appears to be the new reality for law enforcement these days.
>> today starbucks officials are holding a second day of meetings with tempe police. >> and on saturday the company executive vice president issued a personal apology saying the officers should have been welcomed and treated with dignity and respect by starbucks employees. a new study says saturated fats have several benefits that should be considered before cutting calories. the world health organization recommends cutting saturated fouts down to 10% of your overall diet, but new research shows some saturated fats are good. such as those in dark chocolate, which provide psychological benefits. foods like eggs, yogurt, cheese and tofu are also beneficial. researchers say reducing saturated fats could cause a reduction in the intake of nutrient dense foods which
decrease the risk of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, malnutrition and other diseases. many people back to work after a long fourth of july holiday weekend. chp is now releasing the latest numbers during their maximum enforcement period. coming up, will tell you how many people were arrested for a dui across the bay area in the state. in a massive earthquake rocked in southern california and many people are still concerned as aftershocks continue to roll through that area. we will tell you what you need to know to be prepared for the next big one.
>> i was out of the ballpark yesterday and saw the giants get a to hit win. it was a chilly tailgate, but around noon it started to peel back on that side of the city and turned out to be pretty nice. >> always get the sun there. >> that side of the city. >> no doubt about it. >> i was there yesterday. >> i was there saturday and it was nice too. today it is a bigger fog bank with the system moving to the north it is ramped it up. coolest a will be today. still nice tomorrow but probably a little bit warmer. much warmer inland temps near 90 by thursday or friday into saturday. but it is all about cool is the rule today. the city down to degrees from yesterday. redwood city from 77 down to 72. you can see the low spinning up in seattle and portland. sorry about that seattle. and vancouver. there you go.
this system, that is amazing to see this time of year but very stronger by the time it arrives, it will give some rain to seattle importantly, maybe cresson city, it will track across higher clouds, but it will also not have much left by the time he gets here. but it has really brought in a cooler pattern here. 64 a few but still 50s for many. the water temps continue to drop. 54 in san francisco. below average. concord with a stronger wind gusts out of the south than fairfield. that is an unusual pattern. altima passes had wind gusts up to 49 miles per hour overnight. about 40 right now. 37 truckee. below average inland areas, a big drop of 10 to 15 degree for some, but after date will start warming up.
look for 50s and 60s near the coast, 60s and 70s around the bay and mainly 70s inland. otherwise temptress below average. let's keep an eye the roads view this morning. if you're going to san francisco you will see some backup. it has esd since we have been watching it this morning. a little bit of a break and cars are moving a little bit faster. take a look at the san mateo bridge, visibility a little bit lower. gray and foggy over there. traffic, while it is moving, is not moving that quickly. richmond toll plaza a better situation. this has cleared up. that commute getting a little bit easier, but if we take the overall view of the traffic map, we have had problems this morning. one on the dumbarton bridge that took a couple of hours to clear up. and we have some minor accidents and thinks report around the bay ea. you can see the red on your screen, all those areas we generally expect.
if you're heading into your work commute, this will be a typical day for you on this monday morning. the long fourth of july holiday weekend was a big test to the new rideshare pickup zone at san francisco international. the first major holiday with a lot of people traveling. as a vote moved the pickup to the fifth floor of the domestic parking lot where it opened up a standby parking lot for rideshare drivers. travelers and privacy despite a rocky start, the new pickup location is working. >> we had been waiting like maybe five or 10 minutes right now. not too bad. >> i think it is the best move they have made, you know, in the four years i have been driving. >> that drivers is getting into the airport had been so difficult he stopped accepting ride requests from sfo, but now that there are 244 dedicated spaces, he is picking up passengers at san francisco international once again.
statewide more than 1200 people have been arrested for dui, including 241 in the bay area. that is down about 40 people from the same time period just two years ago. 21 people were killed on state roads this weekend, including two in the bay area. by contrast, 47 people were killed statewide during the for the fourth of july holiday period in 2017. in san francisco this morning police are looking for a suspect after a deadly shooting in the mission district. police say they were first alerted by shotspotter after midnight. when they respond of the found a body on 24th street. officers say they then sidecar possibly connected to the call drive away from the scene. police started a chase but the driver got away. officers say the man they found died at the scene from gunshot wounds. that area still blocked off by crime tape. the investigation is still underway. at least one person is dead after an overnight car crash in santa clara. firefighters responded to fordham drive about 1:30 am. they found several cars parked along the street damaged from the black sedan.
our crew on the scene estimates about half a block worth the damage. authorities have not said what led to the car crash. cleanup continues in southern california after the two big earthquakes from last week. there have been hundreds of aftershocks, including more than 10 just this morning with magnites between 2.5 and 3.5% there have been no deaths or serious injuries reported, but damage is widespread. that has a lot of people in northern califort nia buwith a need to do to prepare for a quake here. >> we are live with how to get prepared. >> reporter: if you don't have an earthquake preparedness kit, but has to be on your to do list right now.
some people are also considering earthquake insurance. really getting ready for the next big quake is top of mind for a lot of people following those big earthquakes in southern california a few days ago. the governor is urging you to map out emergency escape routes and have those earthquake kits ready. here in the bay area sporting good stores quickly sold out of three-day survival kits over e weekend. they say they will restock soon. you can create your own kids if you buy things like a flashlight or headlamp, maybe batteries, a first aid kit, a swiss army knife and of course, have food and plenty of water. >> first and foremost thinking about waterpik water storage and purification. being able to have water on hand or filter water or purify water in the emergency situation where you don't have it. >> most people in california do not have earthquake insurance. the california earthquake authority says rates are lower in their bigger discounts for earthquake insurance been in years past. something to consider. it is a separate policy from your homeowner or renters insurance. california now plans to spend more than $16 million to install thousands of quake detecting sensors statewide. officials say it gives utilities and trades precious seconds to shut down before that shaking starts.
firefighter recovering and two families have lost their homes after a fire in pleasant hill per crews responded to the call just after 5 pm last night. when they arrived they found two single-family homes of fire but crews had pulled back when they were not able to shut off the gas. pg&e arrived to turn off the gas lines, but both houses collapsed. the firefighter who was hurt suffered an ankle injury. the cause of the fire is under investigation. police in san jose still looking for the person who shot four people saturday shortly before midnight near hillsdale avenue. they were taken to a hospital with injuries that are said to be nonlife-threatening. the motive in the shooting has not been revealed, but some neighbors say they don't feel safe. >> it's not right. it makes me feel a comfortable living here. >> san jose was once called the safest big city in america, but violent crime has been up in
recent years. just last month a man killed four people and took his own life. in the report claims federal authorities have been scanning through millions of photos using fake drivers license databases. according to the washington post, both mpi and i.c.e. agents are using dmv facial recognition databases without the consent of the people in the photos. the state legislatures or congress. some cities, including san francisco, have banned the use of spatial recognition technology by law enforcement because of privacy concerns. the topic is being debated in congress. first it was a jungle book, a letter, and then the lion king, now another disney animated film is being made into a live-action movie. we will show you the newly released trailer. and blue bell ice cream targeted again by another ice cream licker. this time someone was arrested. will tell you what happened and the charges that man is facing.
blue bell ice cream has been hit with another people licking its product and putting it back in the supermarket freezer. check out the new video. this is a store in louisiana. police say that is 36-year-old lenise martin who was apparently copying an earlier video from texas. he even sticks his finger in there and looks at again and put the top back on and put the
cart back in the freezer. he was identified and arrested and is now facing charges of unlawful posting of criminal activity for notoriety as well as tampering with property. the teenager seen licking a carton of blue bell ice cream in this video that went viral has also now been identified. that case is now in the hands of the texas juvenile justice system because she is not 18 yet. her name is not going to be released because of her age. before she was identified as a juvenile, police said she could have faced up to 20 years in prison for tampering with food. her boyfriend, who is heard encouraging her to lick the ice cream, may also face charges. today pg&e plans to vent natural gas from section the pipeline in the cities of berkeley and oakland. this is something utility does often as part of the pipeline maintenance program.
the venting today will take place in berkeley near seventh street and austin way and in the city of oakland near peralta and 32nd street. pg&e says the smell of natural gas is likely to be noticeable in those neighborhoods betwn 6 o'clock this morning and 8 o'clock tonight. northern california firefighters back home after spending the past two weeks fighting wildfires in canada. 100 firefighters from the u.s. forest service arrived in sacramento yesterday. hot and dry conditions for increased wildfire activity to alaska and canada last month. some of those fires continued to burn. >> i was a pretty intense. just due to the environment with the fuel types. >> firefighters say they're glad to be back home but also say they would have stayed to continue to help out if they were needed. in northwestern ontario a wildfire has burned at least 277 square miles. back to steve we go. usa today the coolest day of the week. >> that is correct mike. by far it looks like. the end of the week you will say we are back into the 90s.
today the fog pushed inland along with drizzle, today the system dropped in. we see this pattern go for months now. cool tomorrow, 50s, 60s, 70s. big fog bank. most locations will be sunny, but breezy to with the. pretty good wind gusts with temperatures well inland way below average. you have to make up ground somewhere. for the time we get to thursday or friday livermore will be 89 or a little above. for the next couple days will be below. two systems, one of the pacific northwest and the next one a rather strong system for july barreling toward seattle and portland. it is lifting northward, so only high clouds trekking across as. could be very light rain in eureka north on tuesday, but that will be the extent of it. 50s for some, 60s for others, but slow to get out of the gate
and warm up here. for good reason as really cold water temperatures with a lot of fog in an onshore breeze and no inversion at all, you get a wind gusts already have to 40 miles per hour. the 40 is up of the altima pass which i wind gusts up to 49 late last night. a westerly breeze in place for most a southwind. that is a cooler direction. 50s and 60s. san francisco and monterey only separated by one or 2 degrees, rare to see this time of year. the higher clouds my, late tonight and tomorrow from the system, but after that the high builds back. today will be the day we are on the cooler side. 50s, 60s and 70s for most, but i think after today temperatures will start to bounce back up as the low moves through and the high says it is time to come back. as it does, we get gradual warming this week and by friday a lot of 90s. for some areas such as fairfield, brentwood, clearlake and gilroy. but not today. 60s and 70s with a few 50s on the coast. overall about the same tuesday,
maybe a little warmer. that comes high pressure attempts get back to average, maybe above friday and saturday. let's give a quick tour of the highways in this last check of traffic. we have been reporting a tough commute for a lot of the bridges, includi the bay bridge. this is the approached a bridge right here. westbound traffic still very heavy make your way through the lower east shore. highway 24 in the east bay westbound getting a little bit better, but still sluggish as you make your way towards the tunnel. down south 101 san jose was getting better, now it is started to slow down once again. overall view of the traffic on the map started to show more green, a positive thing. still to come, sex, drug, peer pressure amplified under the scrutiny of social media. the stars of euphoria explain how their characters navigate the world while in high school. a challenging the affordable healthcare act, the decision this week in an appeals court that could determine the future of cover
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taking a look at wall street. trading has been underway now more than two hours per global stocks tumbled this morning after unexpectedly strong employment data and u.s. tempering hopes the federal reserve might cut interest rates, but investors question whether the fed will thi that is needed. data expert say they believe
they will see just to rate cuts this year and not three as some expected. right now the dow jones is a negative territory down more than 130 points. the nasdaq is down 75 points. tomorrow in appeals court in new orleans will hear arguments in the latest legal challenge by the trump administration to the affordable care act. >> democrat led states continue to defend the affordable care act, but some people who rely on the system still struggle to make payments. >> reporter: the average monthly premium for the aca benchmark plan has risen nearly 75% between 2014 and 2019, but the number of uninsured americans, which hovered above 15% around the time obama care was signed into law in 2010, has dropped below 9% in recent years. >> nine kidney surgeries, that is one heck of a pre-existing condition. >> reporter: the ban on fannie applicant for pre-existing conditions has made private assurance available to patients
like paul gibbs who was born with a serious kidney condition. >> the affordable care act not only saved my life, a cave my beautiful sons the chance to be born. >> reporter: although obama care is available in all 50 states, five states offer only one aca insurer and where you live in a state can determine how many options you have. with an average of 2.3 insurers in metropolitan areas and one point a in rural counties. 87% of aca enrollees live in metro counties, more than 36% of counties have just one aca insurer. >> the implementation of the affordable care act has had mixed results. in part because of the political football since it was enacted. >> reporter: after republican temps to repeal and replace obama care failed, president trump signed an executive order to ease some of the aca restrictions on insurance policies. professor bill custer predicts lawmakers will continue to make changes to the law rather than toss it out. >> the affordable care act has become so ingrained in every part of the health system that
pulling it out completely would be wrenching for a lot of people in effect lots of pocketbooks. >> reporter: both sides of the debate are watching the fifth circuit u.s. court of appeals, the mostly conservative panel reviewing a lower court ruling that a clear the affordable care act unconstitutional. the court is scheduled to begin hearing oral arguments on tuesday. the britain data regulator wants to impose the largest fine ever after a data breach compromised information on at least 500,000 people. british airways revealed it has been the victim of a cyber attack. i customers were devoted to a fake website where hackers harvested names, credit cards and address information. a protection agency is proposing a $220 million fine which british airways plans to fight. team usa, the women's soccer team did it again. they won the women's world cup in france. [ cheering and applause ] the
world cup champions beat the netherlands in the finals yesterday to minus and celebrated on the field in front of cheering fans. the chairs quickly turned into shouts demanding equal pay for professional women soccer players. >> i may, i think everyone is ready for this conversation to move to the next epigraphic we're done with the are we were this, should we have equal pay day, is a, you know, is the market the same? everyone has done with that, players and fans are done with that. >> and 2016 the women's team filed a gender discrimination lawsuit against the united states soccer federation because it pays men significantly more than females despite not performing nearly as well. the women's team has won the world cup a total of four tis while their male counterparts have yet to win one. the world cup champs are on the way home. the players left the hotel earlier today after a night of celebrating. >> just cloud nine. i woke up just crazy. tired obviously.
>> a little tired and beat up, but it was great celebrating with our teammates and with her friends and family last night. very happy in this moment. >> the team is scheduled to arrive at newark liberty international airport tonight. on wednesday the soccer team will be honored with a parade in new york city. the tickertape parade is going to be held on wednesday at 9:30 am along the canyon of heroes. the women's national team was honored in 2015 with a tickertape parade for their world cup win. the first time the tickertape parade honored a woman sports team. now to new research that shows male university students are more prone to what is known as the freshman 15 than female students. a poll by york university researchers reveals women
gained an average of about four pounds during the first year of college, but for men the number was actually doubled with an average gain of about eight pounds. researchers associate the wake a particularly in maine with a decline of food quality along with an increase in alcohol consumption. still to come, new census form still up in the air. we will let you know about what the new legal team is doing to put that new question on the census. also next, build-a-bear is getting into the disney craze. the new line of plush toy straight from the saqqara just in time for the new live-action lion king movie. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
19. >> after aladdin and the lion king, disney is moving at full speed with its next film. fans of the original 1998 animated film will notice the talking dragon and the lucky cricket are both absent. chinese actress playing the iconic warrior disney princess. spiderman dominated the box office. toy story force slid into second place. the oakland a's will try to swing their way to the home run derby. chapman was added to tonight's contest. chapman has 2100 home runs and
already knows who will pitch tonight. >> speaking of dreams come true, that is my dream right there. we would watch the home run derby. he is already there so my vp throw is already there. >> the home run derby starts tonight. the winning header will get paid $1 million. >> clay thompson's unique sneakers are already selling on ebay but a few dedicated fans already have the limited edition shoe. fans waited as long as 12 hours and line including one fan was daughter asked him for a big favor as she is in the air force and stationed in mississippi. >> she really wanted the shoes so i stayed overnight just to get the shoes for her. >> the knee collaboration shows off the love for reading the newspaper in the locker room.
>> recovery efforts are underway after southern california is shaken by back-to- back earthquakes. starbucks taking some heat for how its employees treated police. why officers were asked to leave one of the coffee shops on the fourth of july. >> have you ever been in love? >> taking a closer look at hbo's new teen drama. we will sit down with cast members to talk about the show and the euphoria coming to san francisco. >> always a little rough getting up after a long
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