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steve paulson is working on your weather for today and for the weekend. >> i know someone who is very happy for this weather. she's sitting right here. >> i see the fog. >> you bow to a west wind, young ladies. >> i do. >> we have a cooler pattern today. next week might be a different story. might. i'm not buying into it completely. let's get to the baseball forecast. giants looking to go to 500 tonight. and i would take the fog gear, fog weather gear. it looks like that's what will be in play. it's not going to retreat that much and move back in. tonight at 7:15, low clouds and temperatures upper 50s. we will have 60s, 70s, and low 80s. breezy conditions today. temperatures coming down, santa rosa to 77. menlo park. 79 after yesterday's 83. livermore 87 to 82. from 84 to 80. temperatures near average, but a little below, more so through the interior coast and bay are close. inland, down from where they should be. that's the system deepening.
that enhanced the fog. the water is very cold. that certainly helps. you get the on shore wind, gusting to 2 bits. 50s, low 60s on the temperatures. east bay temperatures, including san ramone, pleasantton, black hawk, 58 by the pavilion. and 58 as well. overall, look for temperatures to be 60s by the coast. 70s around the bay. and 80s inland. just warm, even out to sacramento, they are cooling down to near average. maybe slightly below. by tomorrow, we'll start a jump up. we'll have more on that in ten minutes. 7:01. sal is here. so far, so good. something new? >> steady and slow, or steady and even. there have been slowdowns, but not that many. it's a lighter than usual day. let's start off with 80 westbound. 22 minute drive. that is pretty good when you get to the bay bridge. there's not much of a delay. there's a slight one, but not much. and then if you look at the
east bay commute, looking around for slow traffic. i don't see much in the way of slow traffic around the bay. as you can see also on the peninsula, there's a little bit of slowing on 101 headed down south city. i am dragging the map around. much like you would if you were looking on your phone. i don't see a lot of slowing. there's a little slowing on 280th at 17. it's 7:02. let's go back to the desk. >> a four hour police standoff is over now. the suspect accused of attacking a woman with a knife is now in custody. alyssa harrington is live on north temple drive. what's the latest on this? good morning, alyssa. >> reporter: good morning, dave. police say the suspect did not know his victim. after attacking her, he holds himself up inside his apartment. that's his bedroom window right behind me. officers used flash bangs to try and get him out.
loud and dramatic moments this morning. video also shows s.w.a.t. team approaching the suspect's apartment. this all started last night around 11:30. police say the suspect assaulted the woman on east calaveris boulevard. he was seen in the window opening and closing blinds. crisis negotiators tried to speak with him. officers closed down the street and evacuated the entire building. >> officers seem to speak with him, to get his side of the story. unfortunately, he refused to come out of his bedroom. out of safety precautions, we decided to wait outside, call him out, he refused to do so. >> it took four hours and s.w.a.t. entered the apartment. finally took him into custody. they had to break the window to get inside. the suspect was not injured
during the arrest and his name has not been released. the victim is expected to be okay. she has nonlife threatening injuries. now police have since left the scene. i can tell you, it's erie being here. that's the man's bedroom. it sounds like an alarm is going off. police were in there a little bit earlier this morning taking pictures. the motive, why he attacked that woman in the first place, we don't know. live in milpitas, ktvu fox 2 news. >> police arrested two additional people for a shopping mall shooting earlier this month in san bruno. 18-year-old deandre gantt was arrested after police believe he was driving a stolen vehicle. a 14-year-old boy from san francisco was also arrested. the shooting happened on july 2 inside the mall. a 16-year-old boy who is believed to be the second shooter and a 15-year-old boy are also facing charges. two teenagers injured in the shooting are recovering. our time is 7:05.
new police body camera video released by san leandro police of a deadly officer involved shooting. on june 11, police were called to north boulevard where a man with a machete was exposing himself to children. investigators say several times police gave commands to anthony gomez to put down the weapon. he eventually dropped it, but then he went to sit on a neighbor's porch. the police say at that point, gomez was holding a dark object in his hand. it resembled a gun. >> as the officers began moving, mr. gomez stood up and with a dark object in his hand, extended his arms and his shooting stance and pointed that object directly towards the officers. mr. gomez then shouted a challenging comment, let's go. >> one officer fired one shot, hitting and killing gomez. now the object he was carrying turned out to be a dark painted piece of wood.
the d.a.'s office is investigating that shooting. police are searching for a gunman blamed for a liquor store shooting. it happened last night at a liquor store. investigators haven't said what led up to the shooting. a witness tells ktvu the gunman drove off in a dark colored suv. the shooting victims are in the hospital. one person was shot in the leg. the other shot in the arm. we're waiting for updates from oakland police about the investigation and the search for a suspect. palo alto police are searching for a man who robbed a person at gunpoint during a road rage incident. the suspect was driving near the stanford shopping center yesterday morning when he became involved in a dispute with another driver. authorities say the suspect threw a cup of cold coffee on to the victim's car. the suspect then followed the victim into the shopping center parking lot where he flashed the gun, reached into the victim's car, and stole a cell phone. the suspect was last seen heading east on sand hill road in a newer model black car,
possibly a toyota. new information about yesterday morning's breaking news. a truck driver in custody accused of hitting and killing a man in the tenderloin. now it happened at mason and eddie street. police say the truck driver did not stop. the police eventually found that big rig at broadway and front streets. police say the driver identified as 65-year-old, oscar mattis, was questioned and later arrested. the man who died identified as 54-year-old, michael evans. he is the 12th pedestrian to be hit and killed in san francisco this year. city transportation officials say the tenderloin is part of what they call the injury network, an area that sees a lot of collisions involving pedestrians and cyclists. >> our goal is to reengineer all the streets. we redesigned taylor street nearby. street that used to have dangerous speeding. try to slow those speeds down. >> the truck driver was arrested on suspicion of
vehicular manslaughter. san francisco community service is back to normal after a major water leak shut down the station for hours. muni says it was testing a fire suppression system. the sprinklers worked, but the drainage system did not. water flowed from the pipes down to the bart platform below. they went through the station without stopping. things were a mess once they got off those trains. >> it is very inconvenient, because there are delays sometimes. i didn't find out anything until i got here. if i knew better, i can plan better. it feels like there's always something going on with muni or bart. >> muni scrambled to stop two leaks. workers managed to pump and clear the water out of the station by 3:30 yesterday afternoon, just in time for the afternoon commute. >> our time is 7:08. there's a new development in the investigation into who leaked a san francisco police report to a freelance
journalist about the death of jeff. yesterday a superior court judge said a police warrant used to seize the cell phone records. he and his lawyers argued the police raid on his home violated california shield law. it protects journalists from being forced to identify their sources. that ruling basically bars investigators from using any evidence that was obtained with that search warrant. time now is 7:09. coming up, a deadly arson attack at an animation stewed studio in japan. a possible motive. plus, a jump in car burglaries in three cities in the south bay. we'll tell you where it's happening and we'll break down those numbers. and as we look at the east bay commute, you can see the traffic is going to be okay on 80 westbound. coming up to the mcarthur maze. it is getting slower in berkeley. low clouds in place, cool down yesterday , will that
welcome back to mornings on 2. new this morning, a strong earthquake hit greece overnight. it hit 14 miles north of athens. there's no immediate worry of injuries or damage. there were power outages around athens and calls about people trapped in elevators. investigators in japan are inspecting the site of an arkansas son attack. a 41-year-old stormed the building of an animation studio, poured gasoline, and set a fire. one witness overheard the man complaining the animation studio stole his artwork. >> he seemed to be in pain. irritated and suffering. but also angry as if he was
resentful. i heard him saying something like, you copied it. >> 33 people died. 36 others were injured. the suspect was also taken to the hospital with serious burn injuries. many people in the aname community started crowd funding campaigns to help the victims of the fire and their families. iran is denying president trump's claim that a u.s. warship destroyed an iranian drone. the u.s. says it destroyed an iranian drone. iran's military says all of its drones returned safely to its bases. the drone came within a thousand yards of the uss boxer and ignored multiple calls to stand down. this comes less than a month after iran shot down a u.s. drone in the same area. time is 7:13. a group in san francisco is suing the city of san francisco trying to block the building of a homeless navigation center that will open soon. the group is called safe
embarcadero. yesterday, a judge declined to impose a restraining order. as move the court proceedings back to san francisco court. after a proposed navigation center will have 200 beds for the homeless. as well as other services. the construction is already underway. the city hopes to open that shelter by december. oakland mayor will serve on a new state homeless advisory group, dealing with the homeless crisis. it is made up of elected officials and homeless advocacy organizations. they will look at ways to deal with the homeless crisis. in a statement, the mayor said no one city or person can magically fix homelessness with all cities can work together. new this morning, the richmond planning commission will not recommend a coal storage ban. the decision came after midnight after a public meeting, which more than 60 people signed up to comment.
a cargo transport committee, for 37 years. it recently began carrying coal from utah to load on to ships in richmond. opponents of the ban say the company would have to have closed and 62 jobs would have been lost. the ban supporters fear the coal dust is polluting their neighborhood. >> every morning i go out to my car and there's a fine layer of coal dust over everything. there is coal dust everywhere. i worry about what it's doing to his lungs. >> we have been partners in the richmond community. continue to work with the richmond community. we want to be here. >> asking for a delay on the decision for that ban until the results of an air quality study come in. >> time is 7:15. three south bay cities car burglaries are increasing. in sunnyvale. 269 car burglaries in july of
2016. already 597 this year. in mountain view, there were 304 car burglaries this time last year. that number is already up to 581 now. and in palo alto, the number of car break ins jumped from 232 to 492. the police are working together trying to capture those behind all this. >> we do partner and work with law enforcement agencies in surrounding areas because a lot of times, we think hey, we might have the same suspect. >> now the police have increased patrols in what is called burglary hot spots. they still remind everybody, don't leave valuables inside of your car. that is always a good rule of thumb. you see it out on the street when there is shattered glass everywhere. you think someone got broken into. 7:16 now. if you are in your car, out on the road, check in with sal so he can get you where you are going fast. >> get away weekend, let's take a look at san jose international airport. i know steve likes it when we
do that, because the planes are taking off on runway one, two left. you can see a plane is just about to take off here. this is really cool. no major flight delays. you see right there in the middle of the screen. it's coming right at us. i love this shot. that's san jose airport. runway one, two left. all right. no air delays, by the way, san jose, oakland, san francisco may have some later. they do not have some now. we'll talk to steve about that in a moment. this is san jose, 280 northbound. looking slow. getting up to highway 17. no major issues here if you are driving on highway 101. it's been a lightly traveled commute today on this friday as we get up to the bay bridge. i'll show you what i mean. not a big delay. i like this, if you're driving into san francisco. it has to make you happy. 7:17. let's bring steve in. a couple things. back in the day, you could park right there and watch the planes come in san jose. you can't do that anymore. >> another thing is, you know, today they are taking off going
south instead of north. there's the levi stadium in the background, just to give you an indication. they are coming in that way. >> it's deceiving. it looks like levi station is at the end of the tarmac. >> that's a compressed shot. thank you, sal. all right, good stuff at the airports. if you think it's nice outside, then you'll like today. up in middletown. 92 yesterday. dip into the 80s today. i keep hoping it smelled like fall this morning. you're the second person to say that to me. patrick in redwood noticed a hint of fallout. the forecast is 89. i think 91 will probably be, we wish it would be in the 80s. i'll go with 91. that's not bad for middle of july. up in lake county, that's not bad. giants tonight, mets, 59. low clouds. west wind at 20, or maybe southwest wind to 20. temperatures today on the mild side to the warm side. low 80s for much of the
interior. some mid 80s. 70s to 80s around santa clara. pacifica, 50 santa cruz. temperatures running below average. mainly inland. oakland and san francisco are right where they should be. just about. livermore, san jose, santa rosa are below for this time of year. that's kind of been the theme here. we get a couple days above. we go below. that system is digging into the pacific northwest. now again, if you get a southeast direction wind, that can be a mild one for some and warm for others. it all depends on the wind direction out here this time of year. plenty of low clouds. it's an on shore breeze for napa, concord, and oakland. the delta breeze will cool down. when vacaville and davis get a south, southwest. you have san jose and much of the peninsula has a southeast breeze. both at 60 degrees. 59 redwood city.
stanford, los altos. this is a mild direction. for others, a cool one. the water temperatures are cool. 50, 52. san francisco holding steady at 55. 45, 65, truckee to reno and 58, 59, to sacramento. and the low clouds and fog might take a little while to burn off. the trend is, it does. it always does. we'll see temperatures probably the coolest day here. but the warm will start to rebound over the weekend, but today looks to be the coolest day of the workweek. i think by the end of the weekend, temperatures will inch up. not too much on saturday. just a little bit. maybe mid 80s for a few after some lower 80s today. by sunday, i think we'll get back into there as well. out towards antioch. can be warmer than most. it's a cooler pattern today. it does look warmer inland. >> all right, thank you, steve. 7:20 now. there's a funeral today in san francisco for a teen shot and killed. you'll hear from the boy's mother as police are still searching for the killer.
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these are the things that matter. >> iesha currie is a rising star and she's been an advocate against childhood hunger for a long time. it will offer scholarships, tutoring, and youth sports. epa regulators decided not to ban a pesticide that linked to learning disabilities. fought for years that the pesticides alleged health risks aren't backed by reliable evidence. california has taken steps to find more sustainable alternatives to that pesticide. horse racing continues today after two horses died yesterday. track officials say a horse threw its rider, then turned sharply and collided with another horse before racing started yesterday. one jockey was taken to the hospital and is expected to recover. track if i recalls say this was a freak accident and that they have made many safety changes following the death of 30 horses at the santa anita racetrack in orange county. the community is mourning the death of a correctional officer for the san mateo
county sheriff's office. a.j. was vacationing with friends on tuesday afternoon when he drowned at the popular cove in south lake tahoe. medics tried to revive him. he later died at the hospital. the 34-year-old was an army veteran who served in the iraq war. the department is working with grief counselors to cope with their sudden loss. he has been a valued correctional officer for a number of years now, and everybody has been impacted in some way by this. >> leaves behind a wife and two young children. the funeral is set for friday. donations can be made to the code 30 foundation. >> time now is 7:26. a group of women steal thousands of dollars worth of cosmetics and purr perfume from an ulta beauty store. and another way to get around san francisco. we're live with a look at the new e bike that has been placed on city streets this morning. san jose, northbound 101, traffic is moderately heavy. things are beginning to get a little slower, but still a
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from ktvu fox 2 news. this is mornings on 2. >> good morning and welcome to mornings on 2. it is friday, july 19. i'm allie rasmus in for gasia mikaelian. >> and i'm dave clark. let's talk about friday weather. steve paulson knows everything you need to know. >> it's a little cooler. mild for some, but cooler for others. temperatures are near average for some. a little below.
mainly inland. low clouds, plenty to go around. first, good morning, steve. it does smell like fall this morning in july. 80s in the east bay. i'm ready for fall to begin. this has been a really nice summer though, g.a. perez. we had that stretch in june that was hot. and i have not noticed any hints of fall. that's three people in the last two days that they noticed something. maybe you have, i have not. giants forecast for tonight, looking to go at 500. i would say, upper 50s, the fog will be back. i don't think it's going away. what is going away will come right back in. they get that south wind. it can be on the mild side. 60s, 70s, to low 80s. santa rosa, menlo park. from 77 to 82. and again, it's the inland temperatures that are running the most below average. san francisco and oakland where they should be. so many on the coast, maybe above. it all depends on wind direction. get that southeast breeze. the pacific northwest and
northern california is certainly open the door for a cooler pattern on shore, all the way out 25, 30 gusts. 50s and 60s. the santa clara valley. 58 gilroy. 60 campbell. the reason being, they get that south, southeast breeze. hayward, sfo, over to half-moon bay. that's allowing the lows to stay near 60 degrees. overall, that fog retreats to the coast. high of 60s, 70s, 80s. it does look warmer going into the weekend. sal is here, he's looking at a screen and going to tell us, usually the reason i look at my screening is because sometimes the computer is doing things we don't want it to do. let's start with highway 24 westbound. this looks all right. in fact, it's lighter than usual. also on 680, as you drive on 24 to the tunnel. looks pretty good. 24 minutes, coincidentally to the mcarthur maze. things are getting crowded at the bay bridge. we don't have a crowd at all.
it's lightly traveled to san francisco. like wise for 880 and oakland and also 580. these commutes are definitely lighter than usual. you will run into some slow traffic here and there. but if you drive every day, you'll appreciate the nice break. northbound 101 does slow through sunny vail and mountain view. 7:32, let's go back to the desk. >> new this morning, you may see more electric bikes on the streets of san francisco. the city issued an interim permit to lift for its hybrid bicycles. christina joins us from one of the locations where folks can rent a bike. christina, i heard you earlier, you didn't want to take off on the bike. how does it work? >> yes, okay, so the law apparently is 18 or under has to wear a helmet. technically, i can ride it, so i'm going to do it. this is live tv. let's hope i don't fall. i'm not going to take the suggestion of our photographer, ben. so, basically how this works is that these new e-bikes are, hear we go. you're still following me. i got stuck on this protected
bike lane. i ring a bell. apparently, these are working in the city because of this permit by the sfmta. you can take a look at the video we shot of these new e- bikes. apparently, this is following a court proceeding. maintain an exclusive contract to operate e bikes here in san francisco. that court order says they cannot operate with any other company for these station bikes. these are under the name of bay wheel, in addition to the other company or the other bikes, i should say, that are called ford e bikes. they are the classic pedal only bikes. >> i have been excited to use these, because they are much more convenient with the locations. it's been nice, ford has given everyone free membership for two months until they get the new electric bikes out. so, i'm excited to use it for
the first time. >> so that woman also says she is looking forward to this feature on these bikes that makes it easier for them to go up hills in the city. this interim lift is just what it sounds like. an interim permit. there are still negotiations between lift and sfmta to extend this and they said they really know this process could take months. they wanted to improve bike share service. they wanted to provide more options. i'm tempted to ride this again. there are bikers coming in the direction. hello sir, good morning. so, we're going to stay put for now and i just want to mention, they hope to have nearly 2,000 of these e bikes in the city by the end of the month. it will be a very slow rollout while these negotiations are underway. we're live in san francisco, christina. >> thank you. be careful. time is 7:34. well, in the news and elsewhere, joe biden is here in california. he is wrapping up two days of
political fundraisers. the events are in the los angeles area. earlier this week, executives at sony and warner brothers hosted fundraisers for the former vice president. the recent poll numbers showing biden trailing kamala harris in california 23-21 percent. >> we know the lineup for the second round of debates for the democratic presidential candidates. the debates will be split across two nights. on the first night, the lineup includes senators bernie sander, elizabeth warren, and south bend mayor. senator kamala harris and joe biden will face off again. also on stage will be senators corey booker, kristen gillebrand, and corey bennett. and i hope you join us for, the issue is. this week's guest is harvey levin. the issue is, airs saturday morning at 6:30 followed by mornings on 2. >> a hearing today in san mateo
county is set in a high profile murder case. tiffany lee of hillsboro is accused of plotting the killing of her exboyfriend, keith green, who was the father of her two children. prosecutors said she told baya to kill green. he is still in jail. tiffany lee posted $35 million bail, she's on house arrest. she was ordered to hand over her passports and stay away from airports. this morning at 9:30, motions in the case will resume. the jury trial is due to begin august 19. a funeral will be held later this morning for a 15- year-old boy shot and killed in san francisco. hahn had just finished his freshman year at lincoln high school. his mother says he was getting food with friends 11 days ago when he was shot near 24th and cap street, just two blocks from his home. the gunman hasn't beenaught and they don't know if hahn was the intended target. his mother says his son stayed
out of trouble. >> he never hurt nobody. he has not been suspended or expelled. he doesn't get into fights. >> the funeral starts at 9:00 this morning at corner stone baptist church in the bay view. >> time is now 7:37. happening today, lawyers for the raiders and the city of oakland will be in the san francisco courtroom. oakland is challenging the department of justice over a case based on the raiders move to las vegas. now oakland city attorney argues the city of oakland should get damages up to $240 million. the city sued the raiders, the nfl, and 31 other nfl teams for breech of contract through antitrust violation, claiming the move to las vegas sill legal. the city is not allowed to recover lost tax revenue and the nfl is trying to get this case thrown out. and the raiders future home
in las vegas is still on budget and on time. the las vegas stadium authority announced yesterday the stadium is half way complete. they gave the green light to start booking events for next year. the stadium is due to open on july 31, 2020, if raiders will move in shortly after that. it is now 7:38. coming up, cal fire is trying to make sure it can prevent a destructed wild fire. we'll take a look inside cal fire's newest air tankers. >> it was one of the biggest milestones in human achievement. the landing on the moon 50 years ago. we'll tell you how the nation is celebrating one of the most iconic moments in our history, coming up. now let's check in with mike. >> good morning, coming up, we're talking more about the nation celebrating that 50th anniversary of the moon landing. nasa is preparing to send its
that's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> 50 years ago today, people across the country were eagerly awaiting one of the most significant milestones of human achievement. astronauts were just one day away from making it to the moon. the 50 year anniversary of the landing of the moon is tomorrow. >> yeah, and fox news
correspondent has more on how the nation and the world are remembering the legacy of apollo 11. >> this apollo lunar lander at the national air and space museum has taken on new significance as we remember an extraordinary time in the nation's district. the thundering launch. the incredible perspective as apollo accelerated and made its way out of earth's atmosphere. then the long wait as three pioneering astronauts risked it all to push the boundaries of mankind. 50 years later, one of them will still you what they knew was at stake. >> we felt the weight of the world on our shoulders. we knew that everyone would be looking at us, friend or foe. >> michael collins crewed the module while neil armstrong and buzz aldrin made the relatively short pop down to the moon. that was filled with tension and last minute snags, including a flight computer that showed an error code.
something that almost nicked the landing. >> 3 1/2 down, 9 forward. >> gene was nasa's flight director. >> throughout the entire decent, we had the computer programs, the landing radar. as a result of a trajectory, we were landing long. now we were running out of fuel. >> that's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> but despite the challenges, it all worked. and as we remember how the world came together a half century ago filled with both wonder and hope, here in the nation's capital, a giant image of the apollo rocket has been projected on the washington monument. a few blocks away at the smithsonian air and space museum. >> i don't know how they did that. i don't know how they went over there and they were brave enough to do something like that. what if it went wrong. >> something so easily could have gone wrong.
this week, we celebrate what went so right 50 years ago. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. >> thank you. time is 7:44. parts of southern california slowly getting back to normal after last year's destructive fire. yesterday, the last six miles of an almost 70-mile hiking trail through the stan santa monica mountains. destroyed 1600 buildings, killed three people, and also includes about 88% of a national park. that hiking trail runs through. the experts say it will take decades for the park to look like it used to before the fire. >> cal fire says its latest fleet of planes will help them get the upper hand when it comes to massive wild fires. their new air tankers have more fire fighting material on board. the agency got 130s from the federal government. the planes can carry 4,000 gallons of fire retardant
instead of 1200 the older planes could hold. they started going through training in sacramento. >> this gives us another tool in the tool box to really protect lives and property is what it boils down to. large aircraft, a lot to be done. very time consuming process. >> cal fire hopes to have the first c-130 aircraft fully modified and ready for the 2021 fire season. >> time is 7:45. sal is back. hey sal, everybody behaving for you out there? >> i would say so, dave. if you look at some of my traffic shots i'm about to show you. you're going to see traffic that is doing very well. in the east bay, with interstate 80 to the mcarthur maze. a 24 minute drive, which is much better. earlier this week, we had issues. today, there are no issues here. in fact, lights are off. we don't need the metering lights, lightly traveled commute and drive right on up, pay the money, and get on the bridge into san francisco. this is a look at interstate 880, and the traffic is moving
well. we don't have a lot going on. when there have been things going on, the traffic has been light enough so it hasn't caused any major delays. a couple minor things happen, traffic has been going by without any delays. as you look, there's a little slowing here in the east bay. you will find some slow traffic, but if you drive every day, you are going to consider this a break. let's dive into the silicon valley commute. 101 is slowing. just after 880, 101 northbound. you'll see slowing into mountain view. 280 as well after 17. 7:46. >> oh darn it. we missed it. however, we'll get it next week. >> yes, sir. >> thank you, sal. we'll get to it. we have a cooler pattern for most. coast and the bay, about where they should be on the high side. the lows are up. the lows are warmer. the methamphetamine it will come in warmer. looking to go 500. upper 50s, but i would expect the low clouds to be making an
appearance there and wind out of the southwest maybe. but 20 miles per hour. 62 to 82. morning fog. sunny and breezy conditions. temperatures around the bay. not too bad. inland taking the biggest dip compared to average for this time of year. gilroy, low 80s. redwood city, oakland, 70s. santa clara, 180. pacifica, 60s. santa cruz at 72. that's the system you can see the dip there. the little swing in the jet stream as it moves through seattle. portland, all the way down into northern california. that has helped enhance the fog bank. the water temperatures continue to be cold. there's that your on shore. you see somebody being an outlier. west, southwest, santa rosa, napa, oakland, all the way out to vacaville and davis. sacramento will get back to near average. 60s in a lot of these temperatures. a southeast breeze or south wind on parts of the peninsula and in the santa clara valley. there are a lot of 50s. more so the north and to the
south. another observation at 60. also at 59 and so is sacramento with monterey at 60. don't see that all the time. they have a little bit of that southeast breeze. mild lows will give way to nice afternoon temperatures. fog might take awhile to burn off for some. but overall, this is the coolest day of the week. temperatures will start to rebound as we head into the weekend. more so on sunday. but, i think we'll see a little rebound on saturday. 60s, 70s, a few 80s in alien: covenant antioch and brentwood. they will start to trend upward. signs early next week. >> all right, steve, time is 7:48. the comicon has begun in san diego. more than 130,000 fantasy fans have converged on it. coming up in the next hour, the huge surprise it welcomes some of the guests on day one of the four-day event. and up next, why if you're expecting a delivery from
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accused of robbing beauty supply stores. now investigators released these surveillance photos from tuesday night. five women suspected of stealing $3 to $5,000 worth of cosmetics from the ulta beauty store. authorities say these women are responsible for at least eight other robberies within the past success months. >> they are taking bags that are provided by the store and loading up as much as they can and running out. when they come in, it is usually less than a minute. so our response is difficult at best by the time we're notified to arrival. >> now morgan hill police say they are closing in on the suspects. they have identified two of the women. they are trying to identify three more. time is 7:53. earning seasons continues on wall street and a very good report from a very big and influential company is taking stocks up today. pam cook is here with today's dollars and cents.
>> we're talking about microsoft. shares are up almost 2% now. a new record high of $139 a share. that's after posting better than expected earnings and revenue for the quarter. microsoft credits a surge in cloud revenue. now, microsoft stock and a lot of the other big tech stocks started trading higher when that opening bell rang this morning. checking in on the numbers right now, the big board live for the dow jones, up a little bit. less than a quarter of a percent. 32 points to 27,256. s & p 500 getting closer to 3,000. and the nasdaq at 8212. it's up slightly as well. boeing announced plans to set aside $5 billion to help airlines that suffered from the grounding of the 37 max jets. boeing faces 100 lawsuits in the u.s. filed by families of victims of the deadly crashes in ethiopia and indonesia. also faces higher costs after reducing plane production
following the global grounding of the jets in march. toys r us making a low key comeback. the new owners will open two stores. one will be in houston, texas, the other in new jersey. both are expected to open their doors in time for the very important black friday shopping. the new stores will be about 1/3 this size of the old toys r us stores and come with play areas and other interactive experiences. try and attract customers to the store for more than just shopping and a way from the online stores. and all dress barn stores will close by the end of the year, including two here in the bay area. the women's clothing company has stores from coast to coast. it is antioch and campbell stores. most of the items will be final sales. dress barn parent company also owns tsao owns taylor and lane
bryant. time is now 7:55. ♪ [ music ] >> i always wanted to sing that. disney's remake of the lion king hits theaters today. actor and music, donald glover, he's the voice of simba. he spoke out about the stars he worked with on this movie, glover said it was more important to get the overall theme and the story line of the movie right instead of worrying about the pressure of working alongside beyonce. the voice of nala. some of the other cast members include the great james earl jones, the original voice of mufasa, and also seth rogan as pumba. time is 7:56. construction is underway for a homeless navigation center in san francisco. we'll tell you how the neighbors in that area are still holding out hope. they can block it from happening. plus, a man on parole for
a long standoff comes to the end in the south bay. we're live with what started the incident as the s.w.a.t. team was called in to handle the crisis. >> and newly released police body camera video of the officer involved shooting. what the video shows us moments before officers opened fire. >> and two more suspects arrested in that shooting at a popular mall on the peninsula. >> from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. >> good morning, everyone, welcome back to mornings on 2.
it's friday, july 19, i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm allie rasmus in for gasia mikaelian. >> good morning, mike. allie is right. temperatures in the early part of the week, get back into the upper 80s and 90s. giants forecast, tonight at 7:15. mets and the giants. a west, southwest breeze. upper 50s to start. will stay there, doesn't look like it will be cold, cold. dress for the low clouds. cool to warm to mild. we have an on shore breeze. inland temperatures are below average. coast and bay are close to where they ould be. san francisco, oakland. mainly away from the coast. you can see the system that moved into the pacific northwest. digging into northern california. that's allowing to open the door for the sea breeze, which is how west, southwest of the north and much of the east and southeast in the santa clara
valley. san jose is a mild 64 degrees, same as tracy. and sfo is 63. oakland airport 64. so, there are some mild lows. these are way above average. east bay temperatures, a lot of 60s. more so than 50s, by far. the rest are a lot of 60s. it feels warmer to you, it is. the high temperatures will be on the lower side. the lows are above. so, end result will be not a bad day. the coolest day of the week will be today. temperatures start rebound saturday. more so on sunday. 60s and 70s and 80s on the temperatures. here is sal. >> we have traffic that is light. and at the bay bridge toll plaza. it is lightly traveled. we don't have any metering lights, that's a good surprise for a friday, after we had a tough week. it is the payoff, if you will. this is a look at 880. just slow and go there stretches as you drive to
downtown. no major problems on the san mateo as you head across the bay. and on the peninsula, we had uneventful traffic. even the commute is beginning to wind down a little early this morning. it's 8:02. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you. firefighters investigating the cause of an overnight fire at a parking garage in downtown san rafael. this happened on the ground level of the garage at 3rd and b. the fire department knocking down quickly. firefighters have not yet said how it started. also new this morning, a s.w.a.t. team broke through the window to end a four hour long standoff. the suspect attacked a woman with a knife and barricaded himself inside that apartment on south temple drive. alyssa joins us live this morning with more on the story. alyssa. >> reporter: good morning, it makes this more bizarre. the suspect did not know that victim before he attacked her. after that happened, he ran to his apartment and held hems up inside of his room. you're looking at his bedroom
window. that's where s.w.a.t. broke the window and entered early this morning to get him out. they also used flash bangs to try and get him to cooperate. listen to this. >> it shows members of the s.w.a.t. team approaching the suspect's apartment. this all started last night around 11:30. the standoff lasted four hours. police say the suspect assaulted a woman on the 1600 block of east calaveras boulevard. the suspect then went inside his apartment and would not come out. he was seen in the window a few times opening and closing the blinds. crisis negotiators tried to speak with him. officers closed down the street and evacuated the entire building. >> the officers seem to speak with him to get his side of the story. unfortunately, he refused to come out of his bedroom. so, out of safety precaution,
we decided to wait outside, call him out. he refused to do so. >> after four hours, officers were able to enter the apartment and take the man into custody. the suspect was not injured during that arrest. the female victim is expected to be okay. she has nonlife threatening injuries. now police say that at the time, there was nobody else inside of the apartment. but this morning, we do see people inside of there right now. they are cleaning up. at one point, there was an alarm clock going off and somebody came and turned it off. police have cleared the scene and trying to figure out what led to that attack in the first place. live in milpitas, fox 2 news. police arrested two additional people for a shopping mall shooting earlier this month in san bruno. 18-year-old, deandre gantt was arrested yesterday morning. police think he is one of the two shooters. a 14-year-old boy from san francisco was also arrested. the shooting happened on july 2 inside the mall. a 16-year-old boy who was believed to be the second
shooter and a 15-year-old boy are also facing criminal charges. two teenagers injured in that shooting are recovering. a new police body camera video released shows a deadly officer involved shooting. it was june 11, when police were called to north boulevard where a man with a machete was exposing himself to children. investigators say officers gave several commands to drop that weapon. he dropped it, but went to sit on a neighbor's porch. officers say at that point, gomez was holding a dark object in his hand that resembled a gun. >> as the the officers began moving, with a dark object in his hand, extended his arms in his shooting stance and pointed that object directly towards the officers. mr. gomez shouted a challenging comment. let's go. >> one officer fired a single shot, striking and killing gomez. the object he was carrying turned out to be a dark painted piece of wood. the alameda county direct
attorney's office is investigating the shooting. >> searching for a gunman responsible for a liquor store shooting. it happened on telegraph avenue. investigators aren't sure what led up to the shooting. but a witness tells ktvu that the gunman drove off in a dark colored suv. the shooting victims are in the hospital. one person was shot in the leg. the other shot in the arm. we're waiting for updates from oakland police about this investigation and the search for a suspect. palo alto police are searching for a man who robbed a person at gunpoint during a road rage incident. the suspect was driving near the stanford shopping center yesterday morning. when he became involved with a dispute. authorities say the suspect threw a cup of cold coffee on to the victim's car. the suspect then followed the victim into the shopping center parking lot where he flashed a gun, reached into the victim's car, and stole a cell phone. the suspect was last seen heading east on sand hill road and a newer model black car. >> we have new information on a story we first brought you as
breaking news. a truck driver is in custody accused of hitting ask killing a man in a tenderloin neighborhood. officers found the big rig at broadway and front street. police say the driver, 65-year- old, oscar mattis was questioned and later arrested. the man who died is identified as 54-year-old, michael evans. he's the 12th pedestrian to be hit and killed in san francisco just this year. city transportation officials say the tenderloin is part of what they call the injury network. meaning it's an area that sees a will the of collisions involving pedestrians and cyclists. >> our goal is to reengineer, just last month, we redesigned taylor street nearby. the street that used to have dangerous speeding. trying to slow those speeds down. >> mattis was arrested on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter. san francisco service is back to normal after a major water leak shut down the station for hours.
muni says it was testing a fire suppression system and the sprinklers worked, but the drainage system did not. water flowed from the pipes on to the muni station and down on to the bart platform below. muni trains went without stopping. riders say things were a mess once they stepped off the trains. >> it is very inconvenient, because there are delays sometimes, and so if i knew better, sometimes, ky plan better. then i feel like there's always something going on with muni or bart. >> muni scrambled to stop two leaks in the drainpipe. workers managed to pump and clear the water out of the station by 3:30 yesterday afternoon. >> there's a new development in the investigation into who leaked the san francisco police report to a freelance journalist about the death of public defender. yesterday, a superior court
judge rejected a police search warrant that was used to seize the cell phone records of journalist, brian. him and his lawyers argued the raid on his home violated the shield law, which protects to sources. any evidence that was obtained with that specific warrant. time now is 8:09. a man on parole for attempted murder is accused of sex trafficking. how he recruited a 16-year-old girl into prostitution and why police believe there are more victims. >> find out where it's happening as we break down the numbers for you. good morning, we still have traffic that is doing very well in case you're just joining us. there are some slowdowns. it's much better than it normally is. a lot of cloud cover. but for some, it's very mild, san jose, one of the few sitting at 64 degrees. the high temperatures will take a look and see if they will stay below average or warm up. role of a car company?
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we have new video into the ktvu newsroom, following a sizable earthquake in greece overnight. take a look. people in athens flocked outside just after the magnitude 5.3 hit just north of the capital city. it resulted in some power outages and calls from people trapped in elevators. there are no immediate reports of any injuries or significant
damage. the group filed a lawsuit to block a homeless navigation center. the group filed the lawsuit in sacramento superior court, but a judge yesterday declined to impose a restraining order and now moved the proceedings back to san francisco court. the navigation center is expected to have 200 beds for homeless people as well as other services. construction on that project already underway. the city is hoping to open the shelter by the month of december. libby will serve on a new state homeless advisory group. the panel is made up of elected officials from several counties and organizations throughout california. the committee will look at ways to address the homeless crisis. in a statement, no one city or person can magically fix homelessness, but all cities can work together. an east bay man on parole for attempted murder is back in jail on sex trafficking charges. ktvu's aliana gomez explains how they think the man used social media and they fear
there may be other victims. >> instagram, in search of young, under age girls. contra costa county prosecutor says that's how 34-year-old, michael nelson, communicated with a 16-year-old girl and encouraged her to engage in prostitution. >> he sent her sexually explicit images of himself. he's asking her to do the same. she did respond with similar images, not as graphic as he was sending and not as graphic as he was requesting. but that again, is the slow erosion of those barriers and sexualizing a child. >> all this alleged to have happened while he was on state parole. in 2004, nelson shot two people in the parking lot of this stop and shop. in 2005, he was convicted of two counts of attempted murder and active participation in a north richmond street gang. nelson is now facing seven felony charges, including human trafficking of a minor for sex.
they believe the victim in this case is safe. there are likely moreout there. >> evidence in this case suggests, being encouraged to engage in sex. >> a startling reminder for parents to get as involved as possible in their child's social media activity. >> every parent should have a conversation with their kids about what you would do if someone you met online asked you to go somewhere for a meeting, because those kids who leave may not come back. >> prosecutors say parents should be aware of the red flags for recruitments. like teens in possession of hotel keys, purses, and other items they didn't purchase, especially a second cell phone. prosecutors say the parents should also continue to talk to their kids about social media behaviors. fox 2 news. >> law enforcement community is mourning the death of a correctional officer for the san mateo county sheriff's office. a.j.
was vacationing with friends when he drowned at zepher cove. the 34-year-old was an army vet who served in the iraq war. the department is working with grief counselors to cope with the sudden loss. he leaves behind a wife and two young children. the funeral is scheduled for next friday. donations can be made to the san mateo county code. police in three cities say there's been a spike in car burglaries. in sunny vail, 269 car burglaries in july of 2019. that number is already up to 581 right now. and in palo alto, the number of car break ins jumped from 232 to 492. the police departments are now working together to catch the people responsible. >> we do partner and work with law enforcement agencies in surrounding areas because a lot
of times we think hey, we might have the same suspect. >> police have increased patrols in burglary hot spots and reminding people not to leave valuables inside their car. >> that is something i do not do anymore. it is empty inside my vehicle. let's get to sal. how are we looking? >> we are doing well. right now, traffic is doing very well. so, mike and allie, if you want to drive to san francisco, now is the time to do it. it looks good driving into the city. it has been good all morning long. we didn't have a backup. some of these commutes are a little bit slow. it's not quite like it would be on a sunday morning. but for a commute day, it's looking pretty good. we had some crashes out there, but they haven't caused a lot of slowing. one spot that is slow, in case you're trying to catch a flight to the san francisco airport, i do know that southbound 101 and 280, a little slow driving in because of some earlier issues. so, also 280 is slow as well. 280 gets down to san bruno is a
little bit slow heading down out of daly city and all the way down because of an earlier accident. if you are trying to catch a flight at sfo, if you know a way to get around it without using the freeway, that would be good. or give yourself extra time. it's no such thing going up northbound, let's say from burrellinggame, that looks good. southbound getting to the airport is slow. 8:18, actually, one more thing before we go. >> go ahead. >> i wanted to show you 280 in san jose. 280 looks good. i'll just tell you, it looks good. >> thank you, sal. >> let's get to it here. we have a good fog bank out there. a southeast breeze is making for mild lows. i'll get to that in a second. mets, giants tonight at oracle, maybe on the mild side. continue with that south breeze. looks more westerly. low cloud, upper 50s. looks like they will settle in for most of the night. cool to warm for us today on the highs. but the low temperatures are already on the mild side. temperatures around the area, cool to mild to warm. not too bad.
they are a little below average for some and above near the coast. but the high temperatures inland, this will be the coolest day of the week. the system swings through to the north. that ushered in cooler air aloft. and the east for some. but not for all. i mean, if you're down towards san jose, look at that. 64. oakland 64. sfo63. i know mountain view is 64. and 63, 64 now campbell. santa clara. that is mild, gilroy is up 61 because a southeast breeze. that will do it. now again, that keeps the lows warm, but that also keeps down the high temperatures if it holds. south wind at sfo. water temperatures, 55, 52, 50. that 52 is at point rays. that is slightly below average. 61, 62, to 61. that is sacramento and also monterey. so some mild conditions near the cold due to that southerly breeze. southeasterly breeze for some. overall, coolest day of the
week and probably the coolest day going into st weekend as well. a little bit of a change as we go into saturday. more so on sunday. some of out inland temperatures will bump up. still slightly below average. but they are on their way up. i'll show you that in a second. 60s and 70s. you don't get any fog at all usually this time of year. you'll be in the mid 80s. most locations are dealing with mid 80s. warmer on sunday, and warmer still inland on monday and tuesday, mike and allie. >> here's a reminder to down load the weather app. it has interactive radar, hourly updates, and the seven- day forecast. an easy feature to upload your weather photos and video. share with us the ktvu weather app is free to down load from the apple and google play stores. >> people in richmond raising concerns about fossil fuels. what neighbors expressed at a busy city council meeting. and the golden state warriors may be moving out of oakland, but steph curry is
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know. our theme is space. this is the theme to 2001 space odyssey by the orchestra. and thank you, scott, for requesting this. scot, one of our people who came in on twitter. if there's a space song that you want to hear, we have one more slot to fill. i use your requests by using the hashtag, ktvu, on twitter, facebook, or instagram. >> all right, sal, thank you. scott, great pick. although the golden state warriors are moving to san francisco next season, the curries will never forget oakland. they invited 800 children from oakland to an event right near lake meritt. the curry's announced their new foundation. they will donate at least a million dollars each year to this program that assists under served children in oakland. the focus will be on recreation, education, and nutrition. >> there's a huge need here in oakland. because we are moving, and because of our history here and
us growing up here, we have a strong connection we don't want to fall by the waist side. >> you don't find time, you make the time. you just do it. these are the things that matter. >> curry has been an advocate against childhood hunger. the family foundation will offer scholarship, tutoring, and plenty of youth sports. they decided not to ban a pesticide. environmental groups fought for years to ban the chemical. the epa says the pesticides -- >> new this morning the richmond planning commission will not recommend a ban on coal storage to the city council. this decision came at midnight after a marathon public meeting where 60 people signed up to speak. a cargo transport company operated a rail line in richmond. well, recently, it started carrying coal from utah to load on to ships in the city of
richmond. critics say the company would close down and 62 jobs would be lost. supporters of the ban say dust from the coal is polluting the neighborhood. >> every morning i go out to my car and there's a fine layer of coal dust over everything. coal dust everywhere. i worry about what it's doing to his lungs. >> the company has been in the richmond community well over 30 years and have been partners in the richmond community. continue to work with the richmond community. we want to be here. >> she would go on to say that she was hoping to see the results o of an air quality study before a decision was made on the possible ban. 8:26 now. a funeral is going to be held today for a teen who was shot and killed in san francisco. you will hear from the boy's mother as police are searching for the gunman. >> and another way to get around city streets. we'll take you live to san francisco with a closer look at the new e-bikes.
from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. welcome back to mornings on 2. i'm allie rasmus in for gasia. >> i woke up at 11:00 last night and the tv was still on. the giants were still going. chilly night out at the ballpark. everyone left happy and warm and fuzzy, big win. >> going for 500 tonight, can you believe that? >> unbelievable. one game under 500. >> how about that.
it will be about the same tonight weather wise. a lot of locations are pretty mild this morning, if you're getting that south, southeast breeze. let's go 59, maybe 60 degrees, low clouds coming in again. i don't think they are disappearing. cool to warm, cool to mild to warm. morning fog, breezy for some. it's a west, southwest. others, it's southeast. san jose, the forecast models have been missing a little bit on the high side. san jose has been coming in warmer than they have been projecting, going 80 today. 79 santa rosa. 77 degrees. that's down from the 82 yesterday. so, we are getting -- that system, you can see how it swings southward into northern california. that is really sent the temperatures down a little bit. the coast and bay are close. the lows are up. the high temperatures are near average for them. inland they are running below. oakland, concord, out to fairfield. that's a southwest breeze.
that's a whole different story down south. look at san jose, 64, 65. oakland, 64, 64, so, that southeast breeze, even 59 in carmel. all because of that southeast breeze. san jose, that holds the low up. however, the end result is, it keeps the high temperatures down in the santa clara valley. low clouds will give way. so the warm is with us inland. really no hot unless you are well inland. this is the coolest forecast of the week. we'll start to see warmer temperatures as we go into the weekend. here is sal. >> steve, right now we have traffic that is lighter than normal. if you're leaving the house trying to get to san francisco, you don't have to plan for that 25 to 30 minute normal wait time. it's going to be much less than that. if there is any wait at all. the metering lights have been switched off. you can drive on to the bridge. a lot of people are taking the day off, maybe working from me is is a look at interstate 880 north and south. you can see traffic is moving
along well. overcast skies, with the san mateo bridge. so far, we haven't heard of any significant delays. it's a little different trying to drive to the airport. i do know that san bruno traffic on 280 is very slow, out of south city. and 101 out of san francisco, all the way into south city. if you are trying to catch a flight into the airport, you should give yourself a little extra time. 8:32. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. starting today, you may see more people riding e-bikes through downtown san francisco. christina is live at the market in san francisco to tell us about the rollout of lift's new e-bike. you are back on the bike again this morning, christina. >> you know what, allie, this is the last bike at this station. unfortunately, i can't ride it. when you scan to unlock right here, it says this bike is unavailable. i'm not sure what the issue is. i would be riding it and trying to redeem myself. these new e-bikes are part of
lyft's expansion here in the city. issued a permit recently by the sfmta, which allows them to have these bikes here in san francisco. starting today. we understand that the sfmta are in a legal battle here, following a court proceeding recently. they have been given a court order to allow lyft to operate here. again, this is a temporary thing. we understand, they are following the court order to do so. it temporarily lefts lyft operate these e-bikes while they negotiate about a future planned expansion. these are lyft's e-bikes. they have a feature where they have a pedal assist. you can go up hills easier. this is all different from the company's traditional go bikes. those are pedal only bikes. a lot of riders looking forward to this expansion. >> san francisco is full of hills, as i'm sure you know. it's one of the challenges with the old, unmotorrized versions. trying to get these heavy bikes
up a hill was a challenge. i'm looking forward to this. >> these bikes are already showing up in san jose, in oakland, and lyft is allowed to have about 1900 of them here in san francisco. uber also has bikes called jump. those are the only other dockless bike rentals in the city. while lyft and the sfta negotiate this ride share service, they want to get this service out to as many people as possible. lyft says they believe it has exclusive rides to operate these dockless bikes. and there is a cool feature here. i'll show you. this is one of the locks and you can put this on any bike rack in the city. you don't have to ride from dock to dock, as long as you have this here, you can go anywhere and you don't have to return it to one of the dock stations. in addition to that pedal assist, so, these bikes already hitting the streets. you might find one out in the city, lyft hoping to have 2,000 of them operating here. live in san francisco, ktvu fox
2 news. >> thank you for that, christina. presidential candidate, joe biden is in california wrapping up two days of political fundraisers. the events are in the los angeles area. now earlier this week, executives at sueony and warner brothers hosted fundraisers for the former vice president. biden trailing kamala harris in the state of california 23-21 percent. >> we now know the lineup for the second round of debates for the democratic presidential candidates. the debates will be split across two nights on july 30 and 31. on the first night, the lineup includes bernie sanders, elizabeth warren, and pete. on the second night, senator kamala harris and former vice president joe biden will face off again. also on stage will be senators corey booker, and michael bennett. and we hope you join us tomorrow morning for our weekly political show, the issue is. this week's guest is tmz's harvey levin. you'll hear what he thinks as they try to help presidential
candidates. it airs at 6:30 followed by mornings on 2. >> a high profile murder case, tiffany lee is accused of plotting the murder of the father of her two children. kill keith three years ago, still in jail, tiffany lee posted $35 million bail and is being held on house arrest. she was also ordered to hand over all of her passports and stay way from airports. motions in the trial will resume 9:30 this morning and the jury trial is set to begin on august 19. a funeral will be held later this morning for a 15- year-old boy shot and killed in san francisco. devon just finished his freshman year at lincoln high school. he was getting food with friends about 11 days ago, when he was shot near 24th and cap streets two blocks from his home. the tabunman gunman has not been caught.
her son stayed out of trouble and involved in antiviolence programs in the community. >> he has never hurt nobody. he's never been suspended or expelled. he doesn't get into fights. >> the funeral starts at 9:00 this morning at corner stone baptist church in the bay view. some parts of southern california are getting back to normal after last year's fire. the final six miles of a nearly 70-mile hiking trail through the santa monica mountains reopened yesterday. that includes about 88% of the national park at trail runs through. the november fire killed three people and burned nearly 100,000 acres and destroyed 1600 structures. ecologists say it will take decades for that park to look the way it did before the fire. cal fire says its future fleet of planes will help them get the upper hand when it comes to massive wild fires. the agency got 7c130s from the federal government. the planes can carry 4,000 gallons of fire retardant. pilots and flight engineers
have started their training in sacramento. >> this gives us another tool in the tool box to really protect lives and property is what it boils down to. large aircraft, a lot to be done. very time consuming process. >> cal fire hopes to have the first c-130 aircraft fully modified and ready for the 2021 fire season. it was one of the biggest milestones of human achievement. the moon landing 50 years ago, coming up, how the country is celebrating one of the most iconic moments in america's history. and as many are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. nasa is preparing to send its first astronauts to mars. why red wine could protect the astronauts flying to the red planet. this is fred. he's dancing like nobody's watching.
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me know on social media. need the hashtag, ktvu on twitter, facebook, or instagram. >> that's one small step for man. one giant leap for mankind. >> words spoken 50 years ago today. people across the country were eagerly awaiting one of the most significant milestones of human achievement. astronauts were a day away from making it to the moon. the 50 year anniversary of the landing on the moon is tomorrow. >> doug with more on how the nation, how the world is remembering the legacy of apollo 11. >> this apollo lunar lander at the national air and space museum has taken on new significance this week as we remember an extraordinary time in the nation's history. the thundering launch. the incredible perspective as apollo 11 accelerated and then made its way out of earth's atmosphere. bound for destiny. and then the long wait as three
pioneering astronauts risked it all to push the boundaries of mankind. one will tell you what they knew was at stake. >> the crew felt the weight of the world on our shoulders. we knew that everyone would be looking at us, friend or faux. >> michael collins crewed the command module while neil armstrong and buzz aldrin made the short hop down to the moon. that was filled with tension and last minute snags. including a flight computer that repeatedly showed an error code. something that almost nixed the landing. >> 100 feet, 3 1/2 down. >> gene was nasa's flight director. >> throughout the entire decent, navigation problems, then computer programs. we landed the landing radar. as a result of a trajectory, we were landing long. now we were running out of fuel. >> one small step for man, and one giant leap for mankind. >> but despite the challenges,
it all worked. and as we remember how the world came together a half century ago filled with both wonder and hope, here in the nation's capital, a giant image of the apollo 11 rocket has been projected on the washington monument. and a few blocks away at the smithsonian's air and space museum. a new generation appreciates what the team accomplished so long ago. >> i don't know how they did that. i don't know how they went over there and brave enough to do something like that. >> something so easily could have gone wrong. this week, we celebrate what went so right 50 years ago. in washington, doug, fox news. and as nasa slowly prepares to send its first astronauts to mars, new research suggests red wine could be used to keep the space travelers strong. long-term weightlessness is a problem for muscles and bone. nasa researchers say a substance found in grape skins in red wine can help preserve muscle mass.
researchers tested it on rats while simulating a space mission. rats did better than others. time is 8:44. we'll send things over to sal. sal and i were talking, we didn't realize there were so many space themed songs that you featured this morning. >> i didn't get to all of them because there are so many. i thank everyone for playg. we have a lot of viewers that are on top of their game. >> you bet. >> good morning, everyone. i want to mention something that i just found out about. as we look at the bay bridge, going into san francisco, it looks good. another bridge in san francisco, the 4th street drawbridge in the china basin building has a problem going up or down and that's going to affect the muni tracks that connect that area. so, the j church, i'm sorry, some of the other ones, i just go to j church automatically. the t, 3rd is the one i'm thinking of. might be affected there because of that, muni is staying on top of it and informing us. let's talk about the eastbound commute here where traffic is
moving along okay. no major problems on the bridge either. you can see traffic is okay. it's been slow getting out of san francisco and the peninsula heading down to san bruno. because of some earlier issues. 280 and 101 are heavy. don't let that surprise you. don't miss your flight. give yourself extra time to get down to the airport. 8:36. let's bring steve in. >> we would be there. >> we get there in time to read a novel. >> thank you, sal. yes, we'll get to it. before we get to our weather. a record was set yesterday in the pacific northwest. in seattle. the strongest summer jet stream ever roared over seattle. 161 miles per hour. you have to get up 36,000 feet. you can see, i'm using that again. to enhance that. that's a record for a summertime jet stream. that's the river of air that usually this time of year is quiet. that is not the case.
record 161 miles per hour at 36,000 feet yesterday. back home, what do we see? we see the giants taking on the mets tonight. 59. plenty of low clouds around. 7:15 tonight. i would take the fog gear just to be safe. although it's mild out there with a south breeze for everybody. highs today will be in the 80s for some. 70s for others. 60s to 70s on the coast. and low clouds are in place. no doubt about it. but the southeast breeze is making for a really mild conditions. there is a lot of 64s in the mix there. oakland is in there. san leandro, san jose, sunny vale. castro valley 63. look at menlo park and stanford, 66, 68 with palo alto 67. san carlos also at 67. and union city 65. that's all because of that southeast breeze coming up right there. san jose to mountain view and half-moon bay. if it feels warm to you, it is. the end result is usually, that maintains or holds, the highs
will be on the cooler side. between the two, end up with a mean above average. 60s, 70s, some mid 80s. most locations in the lower 80s. after today, temperatures will start to rebound a little bit on saturday, more so sunday than early in the next week, signs of getting warm to hot again for inland areas. >> making a comeback, toy it is r us not done just yet. where two stores are going to be opening just in time for the holidays.
welcome back. ride share drivers are planning to rally in front of uber headquarters in support of better working conditions. a proposed state bill that would force ride share companies to classify them as employees instead of contractors. that bill has passed in the state assembly. the l.a. times reports uber and lyft paid drivers up to $100 to protest that bill in sacramento at a rally last week. today's rally starts at 10:30. we have reported about packages being stolen from just outside homes, but how about this? chp arrested a man for stealing an amazon truck. the amazon driver got out of that van for a moment and that's when the man hopped in and took off. still searching for 48-year- old, charles farmer, but they did arrest a man accused of helping farmer unload the packages. 70 packages are still missing.
>> surprising new report may be part of the reason why. >> let's go to pam cook with this morning's dollars and cents. >> the meatless burger is becoming more popular, not just for vegetarians. a new report from mpd says nearly 95% of the people who bought a plant based burger are meat eaters. that stock has soared. another one up today, microsoft, and the other big tech stocks headed higher when the opening bell rang. microsoft posted earnings and revenue that beat analyst expectations. microsoft crediting the surge in cloud business. taking a live look at the big board on the new york stock exchange. there's the dow jones up a little bit more than the last hour, 37 points to 27,259. s & p 500 and the nasdaq now turning down, but just a little bit despite that good report from microsoft. toys r us back. the new owners will open two
stores this fall. one in houston, texas, the other in new jersey. the new stores will be about 1/3 the size of the old stores, but they will have new play areas and interactive experiences. both are set to open in time for black friday. more than 200 diesel school buses will be are e placed with all electric. the energy commission has approved $70 million in funding. here in the bay area, samona valley, and the redwood city elementary school district will get funding for those new buses. the goal is to help the state reach climate goals. and starbucks testing a new concept that could transform your morning coffee run. the company opened its first starbucks now express service in beijing. the store features a minimalist layout, limited seating, one or two baristas to help with online orders will be available at a dedicated portal. they have not said if it will open in the u.s. i have noticed
more, not just starbucks, we have certain stores where people who just congregate. they work from home, others are empty and it's all run and pick in and get the online order. >> right. and they are already lined up and ready to go. >> if they did open something like that, it would have to be a high pedestrian area. >> you would save a lot of money. >> $6 cappaccino. >> or switch to tea. >> apple is bringing live music to some retail stores. ♪ [ music ] apple is planning a summer concert series at stores around the world. the second performance in the series will feature omar apollo tonight at the union square store in san francisco. other performances are taking place in new york, london, paris, and washington, d.c. the company is using the series as
a way to promote apple music. apple is planning to retire the itunes brand this fall. the outside lands music festival starts in three weeks. >> the festival announced this year's comedy lineup. headliners include tony danza will perform a comedy act with his four piece band. the comedy stage is part of the three-day music festival in golden gate park. >> always a good time. still to come, achieving what was once impossible with some unconventional help. one woman is helping her hike the trail. and up next, tom cruise flipped on the jet engines for top gun maverick. a sneak peek of the newly released trailer, next. ♪
the disney remake of the lion king hits theaters today and actor/musician donald glover is the voice of simba in the movie. he said it was more important to get the overall theme and storyline right rather than worrying about the pressures of working with beyonci. james earl jones is one of the cast members. comic-con with the debut of the trailer for the sequel to the movie top gun. >> tom cruise was there to make the announcement and here is a peek at the trailer. >> maybe so, sir. but not today. >> the movie is expected to be released next june, 34 years
since the original film. it is day 2 of the san diego comic con featuring tom cruise and arnold schwarzenegger, but the festival is for the fans with over 130,000 people roaming through the comic-con this weekend. >> there's no festival or comic- con like the san francisco comic-con. >> there are so many people in there so much excitement. >> the first comic-con held in the basement of the hotel. in europe they are welcoming and adorable new addition to the zoo family and say hello to this six-day-old elephant making her debut at the zoo and austria weighing nearly 200 pounds at birth. having a baby boom in the pediatric care unit and one giving birth with 16 pregnant and 13 are nurses, two doctors and two respiratory therapist.
the latest to join the group is 12 minutes or months pregnant. >> everybody said you will be like me and i said no, i'm not. >> apparently we all drink the water. >> the next due date is in a couple of weeks. the journey back home the earth and we were call the moment in history when the uss hornet recovered the astronauts from the first learner landing mission. the bay area woman gets ready for the trail and what unconditional method she's using to make the trek. known for her love of making chocolate and it is ice cream and the san francisco chef, ginger elizabeth whipping up ahead of national ice cream day. it is mornings on 2, the 9 with the beautiful san francisco bay and the fall coming in. welcome to the