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new to morning, all lanes on 808 are back open. it took hours to repair a pothole that was the size of a chair. and dozens of baby birds are rescued from a fallen tree. we will go inside of the treatment facility that took them in and gave them around the lock tlc. it's considered one of the countries greatest achievements. marking the man's first step on the moon. how this is being remembered today and the lengths that help to bring the apollo 11 astronauts back home. from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. well, good morning. welcome to mornings on 2 this saturday, july 20th. good morning. i am frankly.
let's bring in rosemary. we have the weekend here. we're back to warmer weather here. there's a look over the south bay and we do have the mostly cloudy skies at this hour. there's a little bit more cloud cover in some spots. again, temperature wise and then within a few degrees of where we lands as well. they're starting out with partly cloudy conditions and san francisco at 58 and then upper 50s to start the morning and 63 in oakland and livermore and then san jose. getting through the second part of the morning, the low clouds are going to pull back. there's a look at the 24-hour temperature change. you can see not much change going on out there. we do have the on shore breeze reporting a gust about 28 miles per hour. oakland is sustained at 6 and napa at 9.
generally light through the delta and areas around the travis air force base we have it picking up a bit. there's a look at the cloud cover as it continue toss move in. it is going to pull out, and it's going to be with mostly sunny skies away from the coastline once again for today, and then the afternoon highs look like this. it's low 60s for san francisco and 70s around the bay, and 80s for the warmer locations. 80 more livermore and then san jose. it's mild for july standards. temperatures are climbing. ly have a look at the extended forecast coming up. all lanes of interstate 880 in oakland are back open ktvu is joining us now and lee, it took a while to get it fixed. >> reporter: yeah, it was a massive gaping hole in the highway.
it was discovered at 11:30 in the morning and not repaired until 10:15 at night. now, sky fox was over head as the california highway patrol officers stood watch over the pothole. it was in the upper three lane of south bound of 80 and jackson and oak street. a number of cars hit the hole and got a flat tire. the three were closed for the emergency repairs. the traffic was backed up most of friday evening. >> this like much of the infrastructure was built in the 50s. sometimes we can see the potholes develop. this is why we needed the bill to help repair the stricture in the bay area. >> reporter: now, potholes have been a long and growing problem in oakland. the city currently has a backlog of the repairs. now, caltran has not said what caused this particular pothole. in oakland, lee with ktvu fox 2 news. >> thank you, lee.
a motorcyclist was hit and killed overnight in oak linoleate. they say that the collision was between a vehicle and motorbike. it was occurred before midnight at 27th street. the crash blocked all lanes. maintenance crews were able to clear the wreck and reopened it a little bit after 1:30 this morning. authorities are look nothing to what caused a crash that sent eight people to the hospital including the county sheriff deputy. that collision happened just before 5:30 last night on base boat road. three people had to go to the hospital with critical injuries. five others including the deputy suffered injuries that are considered minor. not sure what triggered the accident, but it appears that one vehicle rear ended another in a chain reaction. today is the 50th anniversary of the greatest achievement in history. >> for the first time ever, they walked on the moon. we're joined live at the air and space
museum in washington with more on a big celebration today. lauren. >> reporter: good morning. a lot of folks are about to come flooding in here. in 1969, 50 years ago some 650 million people tune in to see the apollo 11 module, the eagle and replica behind me. they saw that land on the moon. well, five decades later, people still captivated with the landing. >> that's one more step for man. one giant leap for man-kind. >> those words marking a moment in our nation's history. astronaut kneel armstrong becoming the first human to step foot on the moon 50 years ago today. >> for that brief moment the man that wore this suit brought
together our nation and world. >> reporter: apollo 1 is lifting off from florida's kennedy space center on july 2016, 1969. the u.s. lock in a bitter space race with russia at the time of the loss. that struggle to beat them and taking on a much larger meaning. >> we truly felt the weight of the world on our shoulders. we knew that everybody was going to be looking at us friend or faux. >> space is a focus with the trump administration looking to create a space force and return astronaut toss the moon by 204 -- astronauts to the moon by 2024 and travel outside of the earth's orbit. >> we're going to be back in the moon some day soon, and then soon we will plant the american flag on mars. >> reporter: apollo 11 legacy
lives on here at the smithsonian's largest museum. they have some 400 artifacts all relate today the first lunar landing. as folks are flooding in behind me, you can see that it's open and free for anyone to come on by any time during the year. frank. >> looks like a great day. really remarkable to feel the emotion. >> i was going to say. i was 10 years old when they landed on the moon. we were all huddled around a tv watching it in the east bay. it still gives me chills today to think that was 50 years ago. where do we sit now as we watch kneel arm strong take the step again? it's been 50 years for the last walk. why did it take song, and why have we not been back? >> reporter: well, just a quick little aside. this was just before my time. i was not able to see this as it was happening. however, i did get to meet a
living legend today. michael pollen was here at the museum earlier this morning. he is the guy that orbited the moon as kneel armstrong was down on the lunar surface. they called him the loneliest man in the universe. really cool guy. just an honor to meet him. someone that has just made a historical impact on you know, the world as americans. now, to what comes next, president trump say that is he wants to have astronauts on the moon by 2024. he is hoping for mars by 2030. the second guy on the moon say that she is a bit disappointed with nasa over the last 50 years. he does not think that we have gone as far as we should. he does not think that they have made enough efforts. he is hoping instead of just going back to the moon, that the u.s. is going to focus on getting to mars and instead of a space race like 50 years ago and competing, he hope that is the u.s. is able
to work with other countries this time around. >> yeah, and from the space race to spacex. certainly it's changed the way that we look at all of this. lauren, thank you so much for the report. >> great stuff, lauren. thank you. an important part of the story right here in the bay area. the uss hornet recovered the crew when they splashed down in the pacific. there's a 50th anniversary celebration. several of the crew members will be there to speak to the public. it runs from 10:00 this morning until 5:00 this afternoon. tickets are still available if you want to check it out. there's a dinner tonight, and those are sold out. and the space and science center is also planning events today. fachllys invited to celebrate the first moon walk. people will be able to experience the lunar mission and watch the count down. that event runs from 10:00 until 5:00 today. the after hours party starts at 6:00 o'clock.
a woman's shelter that's facing eviction maybe able to keep the doors open. serinety house is a shelter for those that survived violence and homelessness. administrators announce that had they had to cover four months of rent today to keep it running. they created a gofundme page and seeking $14,000. they passed the mark last night, and now at $18,000. they say that they need enough money to hold them over to late sum and early fall when the new grant and contracts are going to kick in. a community meeting is held today in san francisco for the proposal parking lot of rv's. it's going to provide a safe space to park. 33 can park on a lot near ginvia. it starts at 11:00 this morning and ends at 1:00. according to the examiner, they started early as november if neighbors approve the plan. the time now is 7:10.
coming up, a free collapses in oakland and dangering the lives of some young birds that are not ready to be on your own. >> they immediately started a rescue operation. tensions are continuing to rise between iran and the west. the take over on the high seas that's angering the trump administration and the british government coming up.
weather coming our way. i have details on what to expect for today and the warm up in the extended forecast coming up. >> thank you. one of the birds rescued in the north bay is going to released back to the wild. >> a free collapsed and destroyed their nest. they report on the birds around the clock call and the call for more public help. >> so they're live nothing this little incubator. >> reporter: a newborn just hatched. eat, sleep, pop. that's all that they do . >> reporter: wait a month and a half. >> they're much older. >> reporter: they will be this size. it's remarkable that any of these are going to grow up at all. >> they have to be missing their mom and dad and normal green trees and blue skies. >> reporter: a tree in oakland went in half and then had a
large bird colony and dozens of babies not ready to be on their own. rescuers would not normally take the offspring, but had no choice. >> just the stress of fall fraying the tree and getting stuck in stranger's hands. getting in the car and coming all the way here and still being really successful while here is great. >> reporter: 89 birds and eggs dropped on a fairfield facility already nursing 200 birds back to health. it's been a scramble for staff, volunteers and space. >> we have to wiggle things around and squeeze birds together. which probably made them feel safer, but we had to find the space. >> reporter: now they're feed constantly and monitored to make sure that they're growing. >> you can see the eggs getting chipped away by the baby inside. >> reporter: the eggs that survived the tree fall will get a chance to hatch. >> we may have one more coming in the next day. >> reporter: not readily to fly until six weeks. >> these guys are probably about
a week. a week and a half. >> reporter: both going through the wet lands as a protected sump sees, the goal is to get them back to the wild and any support is welcome. >> it's takes a village to take care of them. we may need some help. a dangerous heat wave is moving cross the country this weekend. temperatures have reached over 100 degrees in parts of the midwest. in new york the outdoor triathlon was cancelled because of the heat. >> we have not seen this many concentrated hot days in a long time. take this very seriously. >> i am not going to complain because i know that we're all going to hate it when it's cold again.
>> yeah, it's terrible outside. >> it's like i'm not going complain again. >> they say that more than a hundred heat records could be broken today. the intensity for that is the folks in the midwest and east coast. i do feel for them. >> yeah, the heat index and what it feels like in the areas. it maybe 105. it's rough. imagine san francisco being 100 degrees. that's not please sapidity at pleasant at all. we have the nice weather in and around the area. we're starting out with mostly to partly cloudy skies. it's going to be mostly sunny away from the coast. the temperatures are expected to be a tad bit warmer for some, and then that's going grow as we get in to the extended forecast with the inland areas get nothing to the 0s. 58 degrees now in san francisco and then low 60s and then low 60s in san jose and then over the north bay upper 50s and then napa. we have just a little bit of a breeze out there.
there's a little bit stronger through the delta. and then they're all reporting between 3 to 6 miles an hour. that's coming in from the south. the cloud cover is widespread. you can see how far inland it is. down to the south bay as we get in to the second part of the morning, it will begin to clear out, and we're looking at partly to mostly clear skies for today. if you're going the park to see the giants play, it's a nice one. it's a little bit cool out there, and that's how we like it in the stands. you do not want it too warm. 63 degrees at game time, and then a little bit of warming expected for the second part of the afternoon. here is a look at the afternoon highs. we're going 66 for san francisco and in to the north bay is very nice. upper 70s for napa. how about the east bay . it's pleasant along the east bay shore. 70 degrees for berkley. inland, it's a warm day
. for july, that's nice. 84 in antioch. if we go to the south bay, we have temperature in the lower 80s along the peninsula, we're going go 79 degrees for redwood city. this is a look at the extended forecast. you will notice as we get in to the bay area on sunday, the temperatures do warm up a few degrees. it's a near repeat on monday and tuesday not much change. on wenldz, we start to notice. that's a gradual warm up. it's tough to tell, but you say okay it feels hotter today. >> it was coming. i think that we had a mild summer. >> yeah, it's been really nice for the inland areas. >> we had a lot of 90 s. >> yeah. thank you. >> yeah. >> here comes the 100's too. insurance rates are tripling for some california homeowners that live in the wildfire prone
areas. since this report that 100 have asked approval for the rate increases. plaster county is one area that sent a let tore the state insurance commissioner asking for a better standard to avoid blanket policy denials in entire communities. the trump administration has proposed a plan to slow wildfires in a handful of western states. it calls for creating fuel breaks and using bulldozer in parts of the land in idaho, washington, nevada and out out. up front cost for the projects are estimated at between some 55 to nearly $200 million with another $100 million annually maintained the fuel breaks. still ahead, the program taking a group of students to the birth place of rock and roll. it did not seem possible to a month ago or three weeks ago. this morning the giants are back
well, the giants continued their surprise for the second straight night. the giants got it done and beating the nets 1-0 and for the first time since april, they're back at the 500 mark. how about that. they're deal nothing this one and then 8 innings and a no run ball. i got the help and going back to a
deep fly going back. it hit itself the wall and makes it nice. one more time for the rookie. it's a great catch, and then the mets and the award winner had his stuff too. here in the six, he is going to get him swinging away. how about steven boat. biostatistics and then the seven innings and then a no run ball. this is how it finished. they hit a little friendly pop fly to the left. dominick smith coming in. that's an error. and then the man on the bases, that's alex dickerson, and he never stops and slides home. he is safe and the giants win it. they're on a roll 49 to 49 and very much in the wild card hunt. the final is 1-0. ace bringing it two and going on to the first place and then that continues with the hot sew low here. he had three hits and oakland on top after one.
they will have the ride and tie it up and then the a's are going to win it and chris davis is going to sing until to the game winner. they win it 5 to 3. that's 13 bin in the last 16 games. a federal judge is giving the city of oakland 45 days to clarify the argument to the radars and nfl as they move to loss vegas. they're seeking financial relief and accusing the team and other owner for violating the league and leagues policy. they say that they have to do a better job laying out the argument. they gather at the federal courthouse yesterday. they're asking the nfl to keep the radars name in oakland with the chance that if they get another team, it's going to be called the raiders. >> what we want is what happen in cleveland in 1990 does. the cleveland franchise in a different kind of way were able to retain the name and have future nfl football because
there's a fan base like we do. >> the oakland city attorney released a statement saying that we're confident that we can file a complaint and address the issues raided by the court. they want to end the lawsuit. while the judge did not dismiss the case, he say that is oakland fails to show ant-trust. j. low telling reporters that it's a big deal. she thought about it because it's in miami this year or next year. her fianci grew up in miami, and the couple also has a home there. this would be her first half time pore formens. well, los angeles is known for the wild police pursuits. >> wow. cutting back the other way and hit a trailer. >> well, this is different from any of these in the past. se in the past.
i love this in many reasons. of course today is the 50th anniversary of the moon land asking the walk on the moon. want to say thanks to john sullivan for a great play of frank. welcome back to mornings on 2. it's saturday. good to have you with us. >> good morning. thanks for waking up with us on this beautiful saturday. rosemary watching the temperatures. >> i made a return from tahoe. take me back. >> yeah, it looks great. nearly 80-degree in tahoe today. >> yeah. >> i love it. i love the bay area weather too. it's like they're going to take us back.
>> i know people. >> we have a nice weather over the bay area. we do have the cloudy skies. we will have mostly sunny away from the coastline today. today's pattern is similar to yesterday's pattern. it's within a few degrees, and then we do begin to warm up in to the days ahead. right now is upper 50s and lower 60s to start the day. san francisco is probably 58 degrees. we have oakland report asking livermore and san jose. the cloud cover is widespread, and the on shore breeze is generally light. you can see that it's a little gusty. 28 miles an hour recorded through the areas of fairfield. outside of that, we have the fairly nice weather tore start the day. there's a look at that fog and low cloud deing that moved in through the overnight hour. at this point, it's going all the way to antioch and closer to areas like
tracy. this is going to be with us for the morning hours. by the afternoon, there's a look at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. you can see that we're going get the breaks. not going clear away completely. we're going to go partly cloudy and mostly sunny anywhere else, and then by sunset, it starts to fill in again. temperature wise, we have the pattern in place, and it's a mild one. it's cool along the coastline and a lot of 60s expected there. around the bay, we have some nice weather coming our way. it's upper 70s and then lower 70s for oakland. we're sitting is hundred degrees today and not going to happen. it's 84 for concord #1k38 4 for livermore t. warming trend is going continue. i will have more coming up. >> thanks. new this morning all lanes in 880 finally back open after a large pothole is shutting down the lanes for hours. we're joined to talk about how
caltrans was called out for the emergency repairs, and it took a while i guess. >> yeah, i mean it was a massive hole in the highway. we're looking out right there. that's the over pass there. that's the highway 880. so this large pothole was first noticed around is 130 in the morning. it was not repaired. sky fox was over head as the officers stood watch over the potholes and measured four feet by three feet. 3 left lanes were closed for emergency repairs. traffic was backed up for most of friday evening. >> sometimes we can see the potholes develop. this is why it was needed to help repair the critical structure in the bay
area. >> reporter: now, they have been a long and growing problem in oakland. there's a backlog of the repairs. caltran say that is it's unclear what caused this particular pothole to open up. so far this morning it looks like the traffic is moving just fine. in oakland, with ktvu fox 2 news. reporter from the sister station in la talks act the bay area. >> coming up to. cutting back the other way. almost hit another car. hit the trailer. >> it was a terrifying pursuit especially if you were driving when the black sa den was weaving in and out and evading the police. >> we're in the transition area
that's south bound to the freeway. there's a flat tire. >> it start and moved in to the west la and palms. landed on the 405 and then the speeds were well in access of 100 miles an hour. that was not the everyday garden variety pursuit. this is lapd captain. >> the back story here is that we have crews comprised of gang members from the greater oakland and san francisco areas that are visiting los angeles for the purpose of committing a burglary. >> they do a smash and grab and do what they can. >> yeah, they're breaking the windows and opening the doors if they're unlocked and taking the items that are vis nebul the car. >> said rick washington was the first on the ground to see the suspect and that the chase ended in the galleria parking structure. it was sealed off by the black and white police unit as they moved in on the men.
washington pointed out the suspect. >> police look at me and say where do we have to go. i hate to say it, but there he is standing next to me. he was scared. he was running scared and shaking. >> reporter: that was followed by these two arrests. >> out of town. >> they were in the area and the officers made the contact and they immediately fled. we went in to the tracking mode and the safety of the community. >> i am here with fox 11 news. they have arrested two woman accused of stealing item from south bay.
take a look. they stopped the woman on thursday while leaving a walgreens with large bags swung over the shoulder. inside of the car they found more than $5,000 worth of stolen hygiene products. they were on bopra bags for burglary and theft related crimes. a teenager has been arrested the county sheriff office say that is the 15-year-old suspect was take ne to custody. they say that he was in position of the items. two other teenagers are also being investigated. and one was british. the government say that is the ship was released and uk and france are calling on them to release the british deafeninger. this all comes just hours after court that was extend today the
extension of iowa ran oil tanker that they seized earlier this month. they seized that because of violating the sanctions against syria. the u.s. say that is they downed a iranian drone. iran denies that happened. and they continue to say only if and only if the united states does something. we need them to come to the table. it's the right way to resolve these challenges. >> the united states and iran have increased the tensions between one another after the u.s. withdrawal from the iran nuclear agreement. he criticized omar and
accusing her of anti- >> cannot talk about our country that way. when people are angry at them to, i fully understand it. >> it has been raging since last weekend when the president tweeted that they should go back to their native countries. they denounced them as racist. barbara lee is going to be here on mornings on 2. we're going ask her about the comment and resent visit to a migrant detention facility. we're going talk to congresswoman lee at around 8:50. there's a town hall today at the high school and it starts at 11:00 this morning. it's going mark the first time that the congressman has held a public event after dropping out of the presidential race last week. former vice president joe
biden is campaigning later on today. he is going take part at a local union. he spent the last two days fundraising and campaigning in southern california. yesterday he stopped by a poplar mexican restaurant in east la and atineded a fundraiser last night in pasadena. the trump administration says that they're making the change toss the natural summation exam though focus on the knowledge of the english language. they told the washington post that they were worried that they would use it for alter your purposes and they would be disappointed. they expect that the new exam is going go in to affect late 2020 or early 2021. the county sheriff office is asking for help to get more information an the man charged with killing two people in
separate incident on skyline boulevard. prosecutors say that the next day he killed a tow truck driver. they say that there was someone out there with more information and asking people to call the tip line if they knew him in the past. he is a friend, neighbor, ride share or appointment. authority res try to go find the motive behind a terrifying attack. the suspect jumped out of the bushes and chased after a woman while also holding a kitchen knife and throwing rocks at her. investigators do not believe that she knew the victim. he eventually fled to a nearby apartment and was held up for four hours. >> he tried to runaway from the guy.
>> authorities were able to take him in to custody. the victim tried to escape and suffered scrapes but expected to make a full recovery. time is 7:42. there are event from the bay area to the nation's capitol today celebrating the anniversary of the apollo 11 moon walk. >> a look back at the latest achievement and what lies ahead for space. we're going go live to the national air and space museum. and teaching oakland kid toss love and appreciate music. up next, jamming to an after school and summer camp program. life lessons that you will not find. that's coming up.
thank you for the request and giving you a nice live look. is it's going to peel away, and we will have the mostly sunny skies away from the coastline, and nice weather coming in to the bay area for the weekend. i am tracking a warm up. i have to details coming up. >> thank you, rosemary. it's a program that teaches children and teens about the music through perform p formens. >> it's off everied as an after school program or a summer camp. there's a power of education and young children. >> rock music performed by a boy band. they called themselves rev lose. they're a pricked of what come describe as a way to
learn music. a program called 3 o'clock rock that ages 7 to 17 to work with others and play shows and going on tour. >> i think that the best part is the shows that we play like here. it's just fun. >> here is the camp trail cafe in emoryville on this friday. students say that they hope to inspire others. >> i think that it would be nice to say that and pick them up. >> i am ready to go. >> the music program was funded by billy, and he is partnering with the school district to provide after school program. he say that is the experience can be awesome. [ music playing ] >> reporter: getting through this and there's a voice that they did not have before. >> there's a feeling of getting a home run for some people. they can shine because they're not in to sports and computing. >> it's a lesson in discipline.
>> we have a deadline and it really helps. >> there's no boundaries and it's education should expand beyond the walls. >> this girl wrote their own song. harder to experience because they're looking for part of the musician and complete with a hair styling session. >> kid res in the zone of like this is now. like i am on. >> yeah, i like to do like a lot of crazy stuff on the drums. >> for those that really love music, this is a program for you. >> reporter: on students they will travel and then there's a birth place of rock and roll and perform music and visit museums. that's part of the education.
amber lee ktvu fox news. >> well, thanks to all of the winter snow last winter, it's full as nearly can be in the decades. it's approaching the legal limit. a federal monitor says that it's the longest for this long. they say do not expect them to rock soon because there's still snow melting on highest peak. more water is going to be release in to the river. you were just up there. did you notice it. could you really tell a difference? >> yeah, the water levels are less, you know, beach area and that's one of the favorite spots to the weekend. >> yeah. glad to be. >> and i did notice that the water level was a little bit closer and higher. giving you a view there in to the lake and
then there's a cool start and mostly sunny skies and then a quick rebound expected if you're heading up, i'm going look at the numbers here in just a moment. let's take a peak at the pattern in place for the weekend. 60s at the coast and then 70s around the bay and then the morning clouds followed by the afternoon sunshine. it's just a very pleasant summertime pattern that we have had. we're going to continue at least for the next couple of days. tomorrow, a tad bit warmer. on monday it's a repeat and then on tuesday it's going creep upwards and then wednesday and thursday the inland cities are mid-90s. yes, back to the summertime weather. right now it's feeling nice out there. outside at the moment it's 59 and then low 60s in oakland and then 60 degrees in livermore. mostly cloudy skies and then the winds are generally light and then breezy through the delta. reporting six and then three and then san jose and then livermore reporting 6. we do have the on
shore flow that's continue to go keep the temperatures mild for this time of the year. this is a look at the cloud cover out there. the north bay and east bay is widespread for all of this us this morning. afternoon highs look like this. upper 70s expected and then east bay how about 83. 85 for brentwood and south bay is looking good. 82 in san jose and by the water in santa cruise, some afternoon sunshine and then a mild 70 degrees expected there. and then going to redwood city, and there's a look at the tahoe forecast. upper 70s for today and then nearing 80 degrees for tomorrow. it's a nice weather out of the lake. this is the extended forecast, and we're going warm up by a few degrees as well. then as i mentioned a moment ago, kind of holding
the action happened on wednesday on the feather river. the 48-year-old is identified as heather noon a local counselor she fell and was trapped. the current was too strong. the dominican four victims died after having a drink and hotel mini bar. and that shows that the animals and emergency tourist center. they're going out of the hotels and then the suppliers. there's a mandate to display the kits upon check in and guest rooms. time is 7:54. a flay sheriff is investigating jeffrey epstein's time stamp more than a decade ago. he was arrested
last week again on sex trafficking in new york. back in 2008, he pled guilty to solicitation of a minor in florida and sentenced to 13 months in jail. during the time, he was allowed to leave but only to go work. records suggest that he left and went home several times. sheriff say that is his investigation is going to focus on whether deputies monitoring epp stine violated any rules. someone dumped five barrels of cannabis oil ex traction waste on to the side of the road. the 55-gallon barrels were found on thursday night on valley ford road. has mat crews removed them for the proper disposal. it show that is the barrels had eitheral and other by-products for cannabis production.
die downtown is really designed to help bring people people to the restaurant. >> we host posted a list of the restaurants on the website. coming up, google is celebrating the success of the apollo mission. >> but with a twist. we know about kneel armstrong and buzz but have you heard about hamilton? all lanes on 8080 back opened again after a monster sink hole opened on the roadway. still ahead, the emergency repairs that took all to repair.
new this morning, interstate 80 in oakland are open, took hours to repair a pothole, the size of a big chair, live report on the message made for drivers. 50 years later, i am lauren blanchard at the national air and space museum in washington, by the apollo 11 landing is still capturing the nation's attention, that's coming up.
between president trump and some of his loudest critics, east bay congresswoman barbara lee joining us in studio in minutes, talking about the president's latest comments, appearing to side with supporters bashing muslim congresswoman omar. from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. >> ♪ >> all right, taking a look outside, golden gate bridge looking great, but it's looking good, we can see the towers, sometime around this time of day, it is not uncommon for that thing to be in fog and really, we know what's coming. of evil dave up ahead, i wonder if i take you home, requested on twitter, usually always go on a run when he is requesting. so, nice morning for a run. welcome to mornings on 2 on saturday, july 20. i am claudine wong. >> good morning everyone,
frank mallicoat , rosemary standing by with the forecast, little fog and sunshine. >> pretty much. a light, cool evening. no matter how warm it gets during the day will often not true, but i don't mind it gets warm as long as during the night it holds close cool down. >> mother nature's ac we call it, the cool onshore breeze sticking with us, and yeah, we can all appreciate that, giving you look here at the cloud cover, it is fairly widespread this morning, temperatures are within a few degrees of where we were yesterday, i am talking one or two degrees or so. been as we get into the afternoon, likely to be within a few degrees of where we will ended yesterday. settled changes today, slight warning for tomorrow and this warming trend takes us into the week. right now, temperatures in the upper 50s, over santa rosa, san francisco, low 60s oakland, livermore and san jose checking in at 62, as far as winds, onshore through fairfield and delta, you can see gusting up,
that is a pretty powerful robust little wind, 20 mile per hour gusts, close to 30 miles per hour, if you are a long iab, you may be feeling that, or taking your way to areas near cordelia, and over towards highway four. how about concord? six miles per hour, oakland at eight, novato, central and south bay, generally white light went out there this morning. there is not cloud cover. it is widespread. it'll begin to pull back some of begin to thin out as we get through the midmorning, late morning hours and by the afternoon, mostly sunny skies expected, away from the coastline, there is 1 o'clock in the afternoon, we will even get a little bit of clearing along the coast, but partly cloudy, partly sunny, then future cast model shows you as we get to about sunset, evening hours, low cloud cover, definitely reforms and will be back. here's a look at the afternoon highs for today, low to mid 60s along the coastline, upper 60s san francisco, 73 hayward, located in livermore, into northbay, beautiful 77 for
folks that are headed to napa for some wine tasting. we do have temperatures again on the climb, i will have a look at the extended forecast, coming up eric all right, thanks rosemary. all lanes of interstate 880 are finally back open this morning, there was a huge pothole that shut that freeway down and multiple lanes for hours, that pothole really was just a huge hole, two feet by three feet, and it was first noted yesterday morning at about 11:30 am in the southbound lane between jackson and oak street, as you can imagine, the cars who hit that and damaged much of that, flat tires. they closed the left lanes for emergency repairs, and traffic was backed up for most of the night. >> this like much of infrastructure in the bay area was built in the 50s and 60s, older bridge stacked, sometimes we can see these balls develop, this is exactly why senate bill one as needed to help prepare the vehicle in for structure here in the bay area.>>
potholes have long been a problem in oakland, the city right now has a backlog of repairs. for michael motorcyclist was hit and killed overnight in oakland, chp says the collision between the vehicle and a motorbike occurred just before midnight on west on interstate 980 at 27th street. crash blocked all the lanes as officers issued a sig alert, crews were able to clear the wreck and reopen 980, little after 1:30 am this morning. we are looking into what caused a multivehicle crash in brentwood, that sent the people of the hospital, including a contra costa county sheriff deputy. the collision happened just before 5:30 pm last night on basco road at camino diablo, three people take into nearby hospitals. critical injuries, five errors including the deputy suffered injuries that are considered minor. is not clear what triggered the accident, but it does appear that the vehicles rear-ended one another in a chain reaction. a woman shelter in east bay that is facing eviction may be able to keep its doors open.
serenity house is in oakland shelter for women who have survived addiction, violence and homelessness, but they have announced they had to cover four months of rent by today, to keep that program running. serenity house created a gofundme page and was seeking $14,000. it fast the mark and is not more than 18,000. they need enough money to tide them over until late summer, early fall, because that is when the new grants and the contracts will kick in. community meeting will be held today in san francisco about a proposed parking lot for rvs. supporters of the plan say would provide a safe space for rvs to park for 90 days, 33 rvs would be able to park at a lot on geneva avenue near abella park bart station. it would have restrooms 24-hour security and access to social services. the public meeting starts at 11 am this morning at balboa high school and ends at 1 pm. according to the examiner, the pilot could start as early as november, if neighbors approve the plan. city of santa rosa slowly rising from the ashes of the
tub fire, some 1300 homes all destroyed in that massive blaze, but now people return, so are the businesses. the coffee park neighborhood, residents tell us a sense of normalcy is starting to return, brewing companies like moonlight plow and the cooperage survived the fire, but most of their customers had to find housing elsewhere. now, almost 2 years later, most of the regulars are back.>> i don't notice any new faces, but i see a lot of older friends in here now. people that had to go a little t away while their houses were being built. >> a great gathering place after the fire, everybody came here to regroup, get information, find out how other people were doing, how can we help out.>> residence say while they are still there are still many empty lot, there are signs the community is bouncing back. the justice department announced that 3000 federal inmates have just been released as part of a criminal justice reform bill that president trump signed last year. the measure is called the first
step act, allows for the release of sterling certain nonviolent offenders. it's a revision that aims to undo the tough on crime drug policies of the 80s and the 90s, and expand job training and other programs to help offenders transition back into the community. today marks the 50th anniversary of one of the greatest achievements in our history. >> for the first time ever, humans walked on the moon, ktvu reporter lauren blanchard is life at that air and space museum in washington, good morning lauren. >> reporter: good morning frank and claudine, yeah the museum has been open about an hour now, it is full of people, a line of folks trying to get inside, all on the 50th anniversary, in 1969, some 650 million people tuned in to watch the apollo 11 module, the eagle, there is a replica behind me, they watched as that landed on the moon and now five decades later, that landing on the still captivating the
nation.>> it's one stop small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> those words, marking a pivotal moment in our nation's history. astronaut neil armstrong, becoming the first human to step foot on the moon, 50 years ago today. >> for that brief moment, the man who wore this suit brought together our nation and the world. >> left off, we have lift off. >> apollo 11 lifting off from florida's kennedy space center on july 15, 1969, four days before the landing. the u.s. locked in a bitter space race with russia at the time of the launch. that struggle to best expiration, taking on a larger meeting. >> we felt the weight of the world on our shoulders, we knew everyone would be looking at us, friend or foe. >> the anniversary marks a full
circle moment for the u.s., space is once again a focus, with the trump administration looking to create a space force, and return astronauts to the moon by 2024. as well as travel somewhere else, far outside the earth's orbit work >> we are going to be back on the moon very soon, and someday soon, we will plant the american flag on mars. >> so, apollo 11's legacy not only lives on today, but every day here at the smithsonian's largest museum. they have some 400 artifacts, objects, all directly related to that first lunar landing. and of course, that is this museum, those objects are open to the public every day. frank, claudine. >> it'll be a big day and then a big night, tell us what's happening in dc tonight, lauren.>> yeah, so here, the air and space museum has quite a program, so out on the national mall, last night and tonight, they are showing a show, basically they have these
projectors set up, they are showing what those minutes were like, leading up to the lunar landing, as well as what it was like in those moments where neil armstrong, buzz aldrin, stepped on the moon. you can hear what they were saying, what they were hearing, some really cool photos they have of rocket projected along the washington monument, it is really cool to see, i got to see it the other night. then, here inside the museum, it's a little bit cooler, a lot more easy insight here, they are going to be having a party tonight, going until 2 am. they are going to have a spacesuit fashion show at 1 am, not quite sure what i would wear to that. they will also have a big balloon, a balloon drop, this massive boot, made out of balloons that looks like a spacesuit boot, and it'll drop from the ceiling at 10:56 pm eastern, and that signifies exactly when neil armstrong took that first step work >> very cool, and i know you
met michael collins this morning, what is he doing today, tell us about meeting him and where is buz? where is buzz aldrin today too you know? > frank, this was such a cool and what a rare honor, so michael collins is the guy that stayed behind in orbit around the moon, while buzz aldrin and neil armstrong were on the surface of the moon. so he was here, chatting with some of the media, i got to meet him really quickly, his daughter was here, she described him to me as a down to earth kind of guy. he does seem to be soaking in you know, kind of how happy people were, and interested folks were, some other family that was walking aroundhere said they thought they saw him here in the museum, now so he is probably getting mobbed by people right now, are really excited to see him. there are people walking around in apollo 11 gear, so there are some space geeks here for sure, buzz aldrin, we are waiting to see if he shows up there the
museum is saying if there will be any special guests, any astronauts tonight. but you have to imagine he will be doing something pretty cool tonight, especially given what a big day it is. >> just a remarkable occasion, we appreciate that live report, sounds like it's going to be a good show, see you tonight. things lauren.>> it will. 11 am, google is elevating contribution of a woman who made the apollo missions possible. the company positioned 107,000 years in the mojave desert. to form a portrait of margaret hamilton, now she is a former engineer who developed the onboard flight software for the apollo mission. hamilton was awarded the presidential medal of freedom in 2016, and google's tribute to her this week uses the light of the moon to create hamilton's image. >> that is really cool. >> it is so cool. really cool project.
>> an important part of the apollo 11 story is right here in the bay area, the uss hornet recovered the crew and lunar module when they splashdown in the pacific ocean. uss hornet sea air and space museum in alameda, holding the 50th anniversary celebration this week, crewmembers will be there to speak to the public, today's celebration runs from 10 o'clock this morning until 5 pm this afternoon. any tickets available, there is a dinner event tonight, the tickets are sold out. and the cheval space and science center planning some events today, families are invited to celebrate the first moonwalk, people will be able to experience a simulated lunar mission and watch countdown, that event runs from 10 until five, and after hours party for adult starts tonight at 6 o'clock. a section of a newly rebuilt terminal one at sfo is set to reopen soon. a lot of happy people about that. how people have a chance to see what's in the new building before it opens to passengers, coming up.
with us this morning. tracking a bit of a warm-up as we get to the days ahead, detailed in your neighborhood forecast, coming up. you just can't talk about our country that way. and, when people are angry at them, i fully understand it. >> president trump has tempered his previous remarks about representative ilhan omar, one of his campaign rallies. >> sent her back to send her back. >> he was also talking about the chance to send her back at this recent rally, this controversy has been raging since last week, it's been a very long week. this comes after the tweet where he said ilhan omar and three other congresswomen of color should go back to their native countries. the house announced those tweets as racist, we have barbara e joining us, thanks for coming in. >> glad to be with you. >> it's been a crazy week in washington. >> yes it has. >> let's talk about what is
happened out of this, denouncing the tweet as racist, back and forth about people saying it's not a racist comment, it is a racist comment, then these impeachment proceedings, kind of been this whole big event, i know i've heard you talk about this and 100%, you believe these are racist comments, and we are dissing, you were appalled but not surprised. >> yes, appalled but not surprised. these are racist comments, his behavior is racist, he is a racist. i think what's important though really, is understand his agenda is an agenda that is embraced by white nationalism and white supremacists. that is very very dangerous and he is doing this of course, we note to cater to his following and his base. and, in the meantime, what he's doing is putting members of congress, women, everyone, people of color, in danger. >> for folks watching the proceedings in washington as the back-and-forth happened in the house, as you guys were talking about this resolution, what is the discussion you are having with your colleagues across the aisle?
and what is the pushback from them saying i don't want to stand up against this, i do want to stand up against this. >> i think many of them would like to, but they don't have any backbone, they just won't. i explained to them eight beach leads to hate violence, this is very dangerous, this is racist, it is disgusting, it is demeaning, and it's going to lead unfortunately to violence that we know happened as a result of hate speech. >> so you think they agree with you? when you look at the vote and say okay, which republicans can across the aisle and said you know, there were four, how many do you think, what percentage of the republicans you think are saying yes, i think this is racist, i'm not going to say it publicly, but i'm going to say it to you, i think it's wrong. >> maybe 3%. i think some of them really bristled at it, they said oh my god, not again. i think that they have seen this as being normalized, in terms of his behavior, but i think many republicans just
don't have the backbone, they know it's wrong, and they will quietly say it's wrong, but they are not going to say anything, they are not going to push back. so i say their silence really is implicit in what donald trump is doing, and in what he is saying. >> this vote for impeachment you voted in favor of, there were i think 95, where are the rest, what is the rest of the party on this? i know nancy pelosi has not been pushing this forward in saying it's not the right time, where do you think the unity or lack of unity is on this? >> i don't think there is a lack of unity, i think there is a variety of strategies taking place, the investigations are continuing, the subpoenas are continuing, we see and the public sees that this president and the administration are just ignoring the rule of law. so, we have to make the case, and in inquiry, which i supported in terms of congress into leaves resolution, i think
it's absolute i never strategy, and sooner or later we will get there. in the meantime, the public has to weigh in and make sure that the members of congress know that the moment is now, to really begin these proceedings. >> if we continue talking about that, there's a lot of other things in the news that this kind of turned our attention from, one being detention center, situation at the border, i know you just had a visit down there, it's been confusing i think for people who have not been down there to say well, what is it? everyone who goes to visit has a different perspective on the vice president comes out saying it's crowded, but it's okay in there, president trump saying something different, democratics are going this is not acceptable, these are inhumane conditions, what was your take? >> first, i've been to the mcdowell and detention centers, and it's outrageous, these are prisons, cages, children sleeping on concrete floors, and conditions are deplorable. secondly, this week i went to
homestead, which is a shelter, and these young people are being warehoused, this is a private company that runs this shelter, with no standards, the kids are supposed to have an educational experience, while they are warehoused in these classrooms, you can't even hear in those facilities. and in fact, they should be transferred out quickly to their sponsors, and this company makes about $750 a day on each child, over $1 million a day, so their whole policy is to keep them as long as they can. >> so, do you think the other people coming in and out are saying it's fine, it's crowded, but it's not bad? or are they confused by their perceptions of what they are looking at? >> they are lying. it is very clear, and the media has been great and showing the public what we are looking at. and, you cannot turn your back to that, this is america, you cannot treat people, cannot treat children, you cannot separate children from their parents. and what we see, what we witnessed, and what members of
congress and others have witnessed are inhumane conditions, these young people are traumatized, they are not getting the type of mental health services they need, they are getting candy and potato chips, they are gaining weight, and it's a very sad situation, we need to hold this administration accountable and insist that these kids get to their sponsors or state licensed facility, where they can come back and be kids who really feel that they are being treated as a child, getting taken care of. >> humanitarian conditions, we are out of time, but one must and we wanted to talk about was the federal minimum wage and the vote in the house to get to $15, which is lower than san francisco, but higher than some of the areas in the state, really quickly, everything i've seen on that, the prediction is the house, the senate, it's got no chance, do you agree? >> first of all, let me just
think our labor union brothers and sisters that fight for 15, many of us have been on the picket line, rallying with our brothers and sisters who brought it to this point. we have to really understand the senate and senator mcconnell are going to just kill everything, democrats are doing. we are trying to fight hard, senator mcconnell has constituents who are barely surviving off 725 an hour, that is $15,000 a year, come on. so the minimum wage to $15, it affects 33 million people, it lists 1.3 million people out of poverty, and the senate needs to vote on it, we will keep fighting and the public should weigh in, very strongly. >> okay, we will keep an eye on that fight as it continues, thank you so much for coming in, we appreciate it. mornings on 2 will be right back.
happy saturday to you, we have a fabulous forecast coming our way, subtle changes today, slightly warmer for tomorrow and the warming trend will continue as we get into the new business week, here is a look over san francisco where we have just been tagged at blue, mixed in with the cloud cover there, slowly beginning to see a clear out of the way, and for the afternoon today, mostly sunny away from the coastline, temperature's come up just slightly into sunday, then eventually, areas that are going to hit mid-80s today will get into the mid-90s. looks like wednesday or so, here is a look at the temperatures right now, 60 degrees san francisco, upper 60s in novato, 61 in livermore and san jose also checking in
the 60s, mostly cloudy out there, but winds are generally light, anywhere from 5 to 10 miles per hour, a bit of a variable wind through the delta, little bit stronger, the onshore breeze near 30 miles per hour or so, a bit breezy for folks getting onto the roadways, and headed in that direction, meanwhile beginning to see the cloud cover that out just a little bit, likely over the higher elevations first, inner east bay beginning to see some clearing as well over the diablo range, looks like livermore beginning to see a little bit of blue sky. into the afternoon, partly to mostly cloudy at the coastline, the cardiac oracle park if you are going to see the giants play, low 60s it came time with the onshore breeze, about 50 miles per hour or so, so little cool, but not bad at all. upper 60s expected for the afternoon in san francisco, 70 degrees for berkeley, gorges over north bay, 76 in novato, beautiful in the east bay, warm in antioch, 84 before you there. by july standards, that is very pleasant, right? 81 in san jose, by the water in and santa cruz, 70 for the
afternoon hi there is a look at the extended forecast, temperatures creeping upward into your bay area sunday. holding steady on monday, nice little bump in the temperatures on tuesday. then finally into wednesday, you may notice that heat up as our inland cities get into the mid-90s. >> okay, sounds good, thanks rosemary. >> coming up, people from the east bay accused of leading police on a high-speed chase through los angeles.>> how police were able to bring that chase to an end.
>> at morning everyone, welcome back to mornings on 2, we got a little fog in the bay area, but that is pretty usual this time of year, it'll blow away in what looks like a pretty good weekend, i want to say thanks to benny for call me maybe, carly jepson. a little tune to get you motivated on what looks like a great saturday, good to have you with us, i am frank mallicoat. >> good morning, i am claudine wong. let's talk about the weather with rosemary, because it's in the looking nice out there. >> hard to complain about our weather. >> cool mornings, warm afternoons. >> and with what they are dealing with the midwest and east coast. yikes, into the 90s with the heat index, above 100 degrees there today. let's enjoy this cool cloudy start to the day, because as we get into the afternoon, it is the clouds and the onshore breeze that keep us very pleasant. upper 50s to low 60s around the bay area at this time, santa rosa at 58, san francisco at
58, oakland 64, livermore 61, san jose good morning to you at 62. there's approve, 24 hour temperature change showing we are just a tad cooler in some areas and a tad warmer in others, as we get into the afternoon, mostly sunny away from the coastline. another mild day around the bay area, upper 22 miles per hour, onshore breeze in fairfield, which is actually a little bit lighter than what we had seen earlier in the morning, gusting to about 30, oakland reporting a mile-per-hour breeze, novato is calm, napa from the west at about seven, here's a look at that cloud cover, beginning to erode, just a little bit from the inner east bay, you can see a little bit of sunshine there over antioch as well as brentwood, and thinning out just on the side of livermore, of the diablo range, over the santa cruz mountains, starting to see something as well. there is a microclimate pattern, mild and the bay, warm inland, but not too hot, not at all.
eighty four for livermore, 81 in concord, upper 70s around the bay area like redwood city, low 70s in san mateo, then you get to the coastline, low 60s, pacifica, half moon bay, 70s for capitola and santa cruz. temperatures will climb getting back into the weekend and continue to do business week, detailed in the extended forecast, coming up. all right, rosemary thank you for that. the latest, a big accident, and quite a chase actually in the city of la. there seems to be an issue with east bay and bay area people, going down committing crimes down in southern california. the very latest happened during the friday morning commute involved a chase on two different freeways, in speeds of excess of over 100 miles per hour. reporter eisner from the sister station in la talks about the bay area times.>> coming up, cutting back the other way,
almost hit another car, oh hit the trailer. >> a terrifying pursuit, especially if you are driving down the freeway when that black sedan was weaving in and out, evading police. >> we are in the transition area, that a cell phone for a five freeways, a flat tire in the left rear side. >> is started and move dangerously into west la and palms, landed on the 405 and 101 freeways, speeds were well in excess of 100 miles an hour. this wasn't your everyday garden-variety pursuit, police say these were gang members from oakland. this is lapd captain james roberts. >> the back story here is we have cruise comprised of gang members from the greater oakland and sentences go areas, that are regularly visiting los angeles, for a particular purpose of committing burglary from vehicles. >> are they smash and grab? >> correct, they are breaking windows or opening doors if they are unlocked, and taking items that are visible in the car. >> cedric washington was one of the first on the ground to see
the suspects as the chase ended at the sherman oaks area parking structure, it sealed off the garage and by black-and- white police units, as they moved in on men. washington pointed out the first suspect. >> look at me and say what we got ago? there he is, right there, right next to me, standing there next to me. >> he was scared, he was running scared, he was shaking. he had me scared, i didn't know whether he was going to do something to me or not. >> that was followed by these two rest as police handcuffed them, they talk about what they had been doing in los angeles. >> they are experiencing increases about 30% burglary in vehicles over the last. >> captain robert says stealing stuff, getting out of town. they didn't get out of town this time. >> we dropped the net on them, they were in the area, patrol officers made contact, they immediately fled, we went into tracking mode for the safety of the community. >> al eisner, fox 11 news. suspicion of vandalizing
parks with anti-semitic and racist graffiti. the sheriff's office said the 15-year-old suspect was taken into custody, investigators say he was in possession of graffiti paraphilia. the sheriff's office said two of the teenagers are also being investigated for separate vandalism. subbing up ever told over the straight of hormuz after his side iran seized two tankers, one british, one liberian. run government said the liberian ship has been released, uk and france are calling on iran now to release the british thinker. this all comes just hours after court in gibraltar extended the detention of an iranian oil tanker that the uk sees, earlier in the month. uk sees that, because it violated stations that violated syria. it also downed an iranian drone in the street of hormuz thomas iran denies that even happened. >> in the end, president trump
will make the decision about how to proceed, he has made clear we are prepared to conduct negotiations with no preconditions, they continue to say they will talk but only if the united states does something. we need them to come to the table, it's the right way to resolve these challenges.>> the u.s. and iran have increased tensions between one another after the u.s. went through from the iran nuclear agreement.>> representative eric follow in his district today, swallow is hosting town hall today at castro valley high school, it starts at 11 am this morning. this marks that her first time he has held a public event after he dropped out of the presidential race last week. former vice president joe biden will be campaigning in las vegas later today. he is expected to take part in a phone bank drive at a local union, biden spent the last two days fundraising and campaigning in southern california. yesterday, stopped by a popular mexican restaurant in east la, attended a fundraiser last night in pasadena. and the trumpet ministration, they say it's making changes to the naturalization exam, u.s.
citizenship and immigration services says is started in december to review and update the test questions, they will focus on knowledge of the english language, and civic spec the acting chief told the washington post that people worried that the administration would use the test for ulterior purposes, and it would be sorely disappointed. they expect the new exam will go into effect late 2020 or early 2020 on. san mateo office asking for help to get more information on the man charged with killing two people in separate incidents. maleic is accused of luring a taxi driver in san mateo county on june 17 and stabbing him to deck death. prosecutors they kill the tow truck driver. there is someone out there with more information of his background that could help their case, they are asking people to call their tip line if they may have known in the
past as a friend, neighbor, acquaintance, or possibly through rideshare. >> time out 8:38 am, a woman from palo alto has drowned while hiking with the family in plymouth county. that accident happened wednesday on the feather river, 40-year-old woman is identified as heather noon, a local counselor. the woman fell and was trapped by rocks, her husband reportedly tried to pull her out of the water, but the current was just too strong. >> authorities are trying to find a motive behind a terrifying attack him a police say the suspect jumped out of some bushes, then chased after a woman, while holding a kitchen knife, and throwing rocks at her. at the skaters don't believe the victim, who was bloodied and bruised, there she is, she did manage to escape. he eventually fled to his nearby apartment where he was held up for about four hours. >> she tried to run away from that guy. she was just thinking to go under the the cars, but he threw rocks at her. >> authorities were able to take him into custody, the victim fell trying to escape
and suffered some scrapes it is expected to make a full recovery. a man accused of stealing more than $1700 worth of merchandise from a safeway store in the north bay. police said they arrested a 54- year-old man from richmond yesterday at safeway in windsor. in sonoma county, employees say he shoplifted hundreds of dollars worth of steaks and champagne. police say they found other stolen items from other safeway's inside that man's car. santa clara county deputies have arrested two women accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth of merchandise from stores all around the bay area, and the south bay, deputy supplement on thursday, while they were leading walgreens with large bags of slung over their shoulders, inside the car, deputies found more than $5000 worth of stolen hygiene products. both of the women, already on probation for burglary and theft related crimes. we have been talking about it all morning long, the apollo 11 landing. >> today marking 50 years since one of the greatest human accomplishmentsin our history,
♪ ♪ >> not sure how many birds are chirping out there this morning, they usually need the sunshine. perhaps we do have sunshine on the way, look there at the golden gate bridge, covered in overcast sky, a lot of clouds to go around this morning, but we will see sunshine for the second part of the morning, early afternoon, a look at the temperatures and the warming trend coming our way, coming up. all right, today one of the birds were rescued in a huge sanctuary operation in north bay will be released back into the wild. now about 100 young chicks ran into trouble earlier this month, when a tree collapsed and destroyed their nest, ktvu reports on the birds around-the- clock care and the call for more public health. >> they are living in this little incubator. >> kept in a toasty room, and
newborn just hatched. >> eat, sleep, poop, that's all they do. >> wait a month and a half. >> these are much older. >> he will be the size, but it's remarkable any of these black crowned night heron's and snowy egrets stayed with them are going to grow up at all. >> dave got to be missing their mom and dad in their normal green leaves and blue skies. >> an old ficus tree in downtown oakland split in half and when it fell, so did a large bird colony. and dozens of babies, not ready to be on their own. rescuers would normally take offspring from their parents, but this time, had no choice. >> just the stress of falling from the tree, getting stuck in strange people's hands, getting in the car, coming all the way here, and then still being really successful while they are here is great.>> 89 birds and eggs on this fairfield facility, already nursing 200 of the birds back to health. it's been a scrabble for staff, volunteers, and space. >> we do have to little stuff
around, move birds around and squeeze birds together, which probably made them feel safer, but we had to find space. >> now they are fed constantly and monitored to make sure they are healthy and growing. >> you will see the eggs actually getting chipped away by the babies inside. >> and the eggs that survived the tree fall will get the chance to hatch. >> looks like we might have one more coming in the next day. >> not ready to fly until six weeks. >> these guys are probably about oh, a week, we can have dark >> both flocked to the bay area estuaries and wetlands as a protected species, the goal is to get all of them back to the wild, and any public support is welcome. >> any dollar amount, any hands- on experience they have volunteering, but you know, it takes a village to take care of all of these babies. you know, any little bit can help.>> deborah be alone, ktvu, fox 2 news. will have a chance to tour the newly rebuilt terminal one
at sfo, it has been named the harvey terminal in honor of the former san francisco supervisors work on lgbt q rights, the new terminal will feed a museum exhibit with images from the archives of the san francisco public library, the lgbt historical society. today, people are invited to tour the new facility before it opens to passengers on tuesday. terminal one is being rebuilt in stages and will eventually have 25 gates, when it fully opens in the year 2023. things to all the snow last winter, lake tahoe is the fullest it's been in nearly 2 decades, water levels in the lake, approaching the so-called legal limit. the lake has been within an inch of the maximum for more than three weeks, and even with and a half inch this week. federal water monitor told the real gazette junior it is the longest they have seen the lake status high for this long. she said don't excess water
levels to drop anytime soon, either because there is still a lot of snow melting on the highest peaks. if the lake surpasses its legal limit, more water would be released into the truckee river. rosemary i think was up there a couple of days ago. >> i think she called it roughing it. toughing it out, roughing it out lake tahoe. >> gorgeous and yes, the water level, fairly high, some of the beach you can see where it was, just a little bit less beach covered to kind of hangout. but that's okay, it was gorgeous. and in tahoe today, looking at upper 70s, and a beautiful start you can see there with mostly clear skies, and it's a little bit of snow left on those mountaintops. i would imagine the waterfalls in yosemite are so probably looking really pretty as well. giving you a look here over the bay area, where we are starting out with gray skies, temperatures will be warming up slightly, for today, only subtle changes expected. 60s at the coast, 70s around the bay, 80s in length, then as we get into the days ahead, we
will be slightly warmer for tomorrow. monday looks very similar, tuesday a tad warmer, by wednesday though, folks in the mid-80s today, will be into the mid-90s. so it is a gradual warm-up, but eventually, you will notice the difference. outside right now, still 60 degrees san francisco, 64 in oakland, 61 in livermore, low 60s in san jose, we are off to mostly cloudy start, temperatures don't really budge a whole lot for the first couple of hours, but then as the sun starts to pull through, we begin to see a nice rebound in those numbers, as far as the wind, generally light, look at the central as well as south bay, bearable and out there but anywhere from 5 to 10 miles per hour or so, watching a little gusty, little stronger to the delta, fairfield reporting close to 30 miles per hour a little bit earlier, but also scaled back to about 20, 25. here's a look at the cloud cover there, beginning to see some thinning over the north bay, inner east bay, adding out as well. over at the higher elevations, areas like diablo range and santa cruz mountains, for the
afternoon today, mostly sunny away from the coastline, upper 60s in sausalito, 76 in nevada, 86 expected for st. helena as we had to the east bay, nice and mild along the shore, 71 for alameda, 73 in san leandro, low to mid 80s for the warmer locations, dental going to 83, here's a look at the south bay, where we have 82 for saratoga, cupertino, you go to 80. mild and santa cruz for the afternoon, 70 degrees expected there, 80 for woodside, 73 san mateo, mid to upper 60s san francisco stretching over towards daly city and pacifica, there is your tahoe forecast, upper 70s for today, nearing about 80 degrees or so for tomorrow. for us, temperatures will come up slightly as well from low to mid 80s today, for our inland cities, to upper 80s for tomorrow, and then not much change into monday, tuesday a tad warmer. by wednesday, looks like definitely noticing a difference there with mid, maybe upper 90s for inland cities and low 80s around the bay. so, a little taste of summer coming our way. so far, july has been relatively mild. >> it's been nice. i was ready for that extreme
heat, but it's held off a little bit. >> we still have time. >> i knew that was coming from frank. >> i know. it's been more than a year since barbecue becky incident at lake merritt in oakland. >> how community organizers are hoping to move past that situation and create their own annual barbecue that's welcoming and positive. >> marijuana dispensary is opening up shop across from the police station, how the store manager does the location is an advancement.
hazmat crews in sonoma county say someone dumped five barrels of cannabis oil extraction waste right there on the side of the road, 55 gallon barrels all found thursday night on roe blair and wiley ford rhodes near petaluma. hazmat crews had to remove the barrels for proper disposal. the investigation showed the barrels contained ethanol and
other byproducts of cannabis oil production. a new cannabis store is about to open on broadway in oakland, located directly across the street from the oakland police department. ktvu's rob roth paid a visit to the shop and spoke to the manager about why that location has an advantage. >> call it a sign of the times here at the corner of broadway and seventh street in oakland, the new recreational pod shop is about to open, right across the street from the oakland police headquarters. pot selling and police, two professions once in odds with each other, now about to become neighbors. the irony isn't lost on people passing by. >> absolutely surreal. i think overall, a step in the right direction. >> outside the dispensary, a mural is putting on the finishing touches of oakland's culture and history. >> we had a few officers come over and comment how cool and awesome it being across the street is, and it definitely is an unusual and weird thing. >> the co-owner said putting a cannabis dispensary here makes
good business sense, lots of foot traffic, close to public transportation, and yes, having police close by helps promote a sense of safety. >> seeing as now we are going to all the proper channels of being licensed, i do not think it's that ironic. >> we reached out to the police department for a comment, but did not hear back, the co-owner says he has spoken with oakland police chief and kirkpatrick. >> i showed her the space, she was excited about it, she was just mostly concerned about safety, because there is a ime ra when it comes to cannabis in oakland. >> the ninth, and is dispensary to open since recreational marijuana sales became legal january 1, 2018. >> definitely interesting to see cross corners, they are coexisting. let's see how it all shakes out. >> this newest pot shop is expected to open by the end of july. in oakland, rob roth, ktvu, fox 2 news. expect to run into a little stadium today, levi hosting a
soccer match from the international champions cup for the fifth straight year, hospitals bins include many of europe's top clubs, including barcelona rail, madrid, manchester united, this year's game portugal against guadalajara, widely considered the most popular soccer club in mexico. kickoff is set for 1 pm, the box office opens at 10 o'clock this morning. either way, tickets are still available. san jose's version of restaurant week is underway, 20 restaurants are pretty speeding this year. they will be offering deals, chef specials, and food and drink pairings through july 28. >> dive downtown is really to bring people to our restaurant, during a time that is traditionally slower for restaurants across the industry.>> we post a list of pretty speeding restaurants on our website at www.ktvu.com. coming up, a piece of apollo 11 history, it is right here in the bay area text mac the events planned today as
50 years ago today man set foot on the moon for the very first time, how people here in the bay area and around the country are celebrating one of the biggest achievements of the 20th century pick >> lawmakers are hoping to create a safer space for people who live in an rv, the plan today that's going on near existing rv camps . >> reporter: it's been a more than a year since racially charged incident at lake merritt in oakland, how community organizers are moving beyond it through a barbecue that is welcoming and positive. from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. >> ♪ when you're ready come and get it ♪ when you're ready come and get it ♪ >> good morning, everyone, taking you outside, a live look if you are heading to san francisco, good news for you, the road is wide open, no issues getting into the city, we have a little bit of fog out there,
but that is all going to go bye- bye very soon, britney requesting come and get it by selena gomez, thanks for that, happy weekend. >> happy weekend, i cannot believe it's already july 20. when did that happen? >> happy summer, enjoy it, going by quick. >> good morning, thanks for waking up with us as we creep on into the 9 o'clock hour, i am claudine wong pick >> i am frank mallicoat, rosemary standing by with more on the weather. >> folks finally getting up and out and about, and what are we going to do today? another nice one, very similar to where we were yesterday, that is how we are starting off, a little bit of cloud cover over the oakland skyline, you can see there, where we do have gray skies, fairly widespread this morning, it is beginning to clear out slowly, eroding back to the coastline by the second part of the morning, and into the early afternoon, we will be mostly sunny, away from the coast, upper 50s right now, over santa rosa, 58 for downtown san francisco, oakland checking in at 64, climbing by a degree or
two from earlier this morning. 63 livermore as well as san jose. here's a look at the 24 hour temperatures, you will notice that inland east bay, a tad cooler, santa rosa, a tad warmer, san jose down by a few degrees or so, so for your afternoon, only subtle changes expected. the entre breeze, strongest through the delta, fairfield 22 miles per hour, which is actually a little bit lighter than what we had seen early on, it was quite robust for areas to the delta, at about three miles per hour, earlier this morning. concord, entre breeze at eight, oakland at six, that stronger entre breeze perhaps hoping that inland east bay cough just a little bit, and the cloud cover as well, although you can see here the three-hour time lapse, it is beginning to pull back and clear out, at least for our inland cities. it'll continue this path as we get to the second part of the morning and early afternoon, there is look at your lunch hour, partly cloudy skies at the coastline, mostly sunny elsewhere, getting into the evening hours, will return to
the coast by about sunset or so. your afternoon highs, 66 for san francisco, low 70s for the east bay shore, mid to upper 70s for the peninsula, 76 in mountain view, we got 79 in redwood city, and for the energy spay, eighty four expected in livermore. temperatures a few degrees warmer tomorrow, then continuing to climb, eventually into the mid-90s for the inland communities, more on this and the extended forecast coming up. today marks the 50th anniversary of one of the greatest achievements in history pick >> for the first time ever, humans walked on the moon, ktvu reporter lauren joins us live at the national air and space museum in washington, where the celebration kicked off, i guess the doors open a couple of hours ago, must be fun in there, lauren. >> reporter: yeah, good morning frank and claudine, a very busy air and space museum this morning, it's been open for about two hours, and it is packed. a lot of people very excited, because 50 years ago in 1969, on this day, 650 million people tuned in to watch the apollo 11 module, a replica behind me, called the eagle, as it touched
down on the moon's surface. five decades later, people still absolutely captivated by this landing. g. >> it's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> those words, marking a pivotal moment in our nations history. astronaut neil armstrong, becoming the first human to step foot on the moon, 50 years ago today. >> for that brief moment, the man who wore this suit brought together our nation and the world. >> apollo 11 lifting off from florida's kennedy space center, on july 16, 1969. four days before the landing. the u.s. locked in a bitter space race with russia at the time of the launch. that struggle in space exploration, taking on a much larger meaning. >> we felt the weight of the
world on r shoulders, we knew that everyone would be looking at us, friend or foe. >> the anniversary marks a full circle moment for the u.s., space is once again a focus, with the trump administration looking to create a space force, and return astronauts to the moon by 2024. as well as travel somewhere else, far outside the earth's orbit.>> we are going to be back on the moon very soon, and someday soon, we will plant the american flag on mars. >> apollo 11's legacy not only lived on today, but every day at the smithsonian's largest museum, they have some 400 objects that are directly related to that first moon landing, and they are open every day, for everyone to come in and see it. frank, claudine. >> lauren, you got to make meet michael collins earlier this morning, tell us about that, that must've been pretty cool.
>> frank, this was so cool. michael collins is the guy who was orbiting the moon as neil armstrong and buzz aldrin were down on the moon's surface. we were here at the museum earlier today, able to shake his hand, and it was just truly what an honor, his daughter was with him and as she described him to me, he was really a down- to-earth kind of guy, that's the way she put it. really was such a cool thing to really meet this living legend pick >> does he have any pins, the first man on the moon, the second, the guy who had to orbit the moon? i mean, we talk about that in terms of the roles they played, and how certainly remarkable, you don't want to take anything away from that, you know? but it looks a >> he got so close. >> of course. so, he did. i was reading up a bit about it, just because you know you hear about neil armstrong, you hear about buzz aldrin, but michael collins, not quite as
much. when he first was up there orbiting, there was a point where he was just by himself, in this module, the main part, just orbiting and he actually lost contact with the main space center for about 45 minutes, it was literally just him behind on the dark side of the moon. at that time, they have kind of dubbed him the loneliest man, and i read some interviews about him, he basically said you know, he never thought about it like that. he was thinking about his fellow astronauts, down there on the moon, kind of echoing a little bit about what we heard from buzz aldrin yesterday, that he hopes you know, nasa will continue to move forward, having quite done enough, they think, in the last 50 years. they are hoping they can you know, this 50th year anniversary will propel nasa, the united states, by the companies, to just keep pushing forward, because in some ways they feel it has stalled. >> it was certainly one thing, then you know we kind of moved
our attention away from that, i am certain all these men found their love of space and adventure, you know and moving forward. >> buzz wrote the book mission to mars. i know he wants astronauts someday to walk on mars, we will see if that happens. lauren, you are in the best place on earth right now, that's a lot of fun, thanks for the live report.>> bye guys. >> bye. >> certainly a lot of fun, i feel like a movie in the making for the loneliest man. >> it's true, michael collins. astronaut buzz aldrin and michael collins met with the president in the oval office, they did that yesterday. is aldrin, of course the second man on the moon, michael collins, as we just chatted about, was the man orbiting the moon and the command module to get those guys back home. family members of the late neil armstrong also took part in the meeting. >> must end basals, and their own pocket, they put into the one lump, as far as i'm
concerned. may be the budget doesn't quite agree with that, but i think the more the merrier. >> collins also said he hopes nasa will work with by the companies, like space x to thrive in the future. uss hornet in alameda has a special connection to the moon landing. atv use leigh martinez joins us now to talk about the role that ship played on the event that's happening there today. good morning, leigh.>> reporter: at morning, yes, the uss hornet was part of the recovery of the apollo 11 and apollo 12 crews, and they are having their own special event today, called splashdown 50, now what we were told on board, we are going to go on boarding a little bit, they have some apollo 11 exhibits, including one showing different moon rocks, and they also have is the art exhibit too, what it's like to be in space. only 12 men have actually walked on the moon, but it takes thousands of people to get them up there and back safely.
apollo 11 blasted off from kennedy space center in florida, four days later, the crew landed on the moon july 20, 1969. when astronaut neil armstrong and buzz aldrin left the moon, that is when the uss hornet was mobilized, the ship was designated for the recovery mission, when the command module splashdown into the pacific ocean on july 24. earlier this week, ktvu spoke with a crew member in charge of the swim team and keeping the module afloat, they describe the moment they first spotted the model in the sky. >> we could see the fireball from the command module, it was reentering, and that was extremely exciting, and then we didn't see it for a minute or two. i think probably because the clouds, i don't remember that exactly. but then all of a sudden, we looked up and right above us, it was coming down.>> now, once a module splashdown, the astronauts were brought onto the ship for the welcome home
celebration with president nixon. now, today the uss hornet, the recovery crew will be here, including the flight surgeon, the helicopter pilots, and the first swimmer to open the hatch , and greet the astronauts upon their return to earth. so, yes, back out here live on the uss hornet, they are getting started for their own celebration, beginning at 10 o'clock, again we will have the apollo 12 and apollo 11 recovery crews that brought those modules back and greeted those astronauts when they came back to earth, we will be on board in a little bit. leigh martinez, ktvu , fox 2 news. should both space and science center planning events today, people will be able to experience a simulated lunar mission and water can down. that event runs from 10 to 5 and there is an after-hours party for adults that starts at 6 o'clock. all lanes of interstate 80 in oakland are finally back open this morning after a large pothole shutdown a part of that free weight in multiple lanes, for hours. the pothole measured roughly 2
feet by three feet, it was first noticed about 11:30 am yesterday morning, southbound lane, between jackson and oak street. a number of cars hit that hole and got flat tires. the three left lanes were closed for emergency repairs and traffic was backed up most of the night. >> dislike much of our infrastructure here in the bay area was built in the 50s and 60s, older bridge deck, sometimes we can see the pothole develop, that is why the senate no one is needed, to help repair critical infrastructure here in the bay area.>> potholes have been long growing albums in oakland, we see them almost everywhere we go. certainly has a backlog of repairs. it has been nearly 2 years since wiping out the rosen neighborhoods, the efforts underway to rebuild portions of the city. and, it's been more than a year since the barbecue becky incident at lake merritt in oakland, we will tell you how community organizers are hoping to move past that situation and
giving you a live look there at all that overcast sky, so typical for this time of year, it'll pull back, mostly sunny skies, away from the coastline for today, another pleasant one coming our way, i do have a warming trend to speak about, i will have a look at what you can expect for today and the week ahead, coming up. >> sounds good, rosemary thank you. community leaders hosting the second annual barbecue wild black event at lake merritt in oakland tomorrow, organizers say they want to distance themselves from why the big party started, in the first place. the party last year stemmed from the barbecue becky incident, last april when a woman called the police to try to stop two african-american men from using a charcoal barbecue at the lake. people later organize barbecue while black party last july. they now want to make an annual event that celebrates positivity in the east bay african-american community. joining us now to talk about it, jamaal and logan, welcome to channel 2.
>> thank you for having us. >> he saw the video there, we won't harp on it. but, your reaction to that from last year?>> originally, me wanting to got to the lake and barbecue was really a response to being so used to the gentrification of racism that was taking place in my community. and not being comfortable with how comfortable i had gone with it. i put a post on facebook, expecting 7 to 10 of my friends, jenelle being one of my friends, he made a flyer. then we said maybe 20 or 50 people, then maybe more. turned out to be more. >> last year, over 2000 people showed up at the lake. >> yes. >> how does that make you feel? >> honestly, just proud to be black, proud to be from the real oakland. >> absolutely. >> it was just what i've always known, the bull have been barbecuing and heading out of the lake and celebrating, family love and culture. it was just a beautiful event. >> a good way to send a message
to all the community, not just about community. and how did you get involved with this, outside of being a good friend? >> like she said, i made a general, it literally just that i think it said bbq 'n while black on it, we will be out here ,, and support. and literally, an hour, like 250 people had shared it, i had to make a real fire, cited the actual event flyer with barbecue becky's picture on there and the like 2500 people shared it and it just went from there. >> does it do you'll good that something so racist, so prejudice, something so good has spawned from it? >> most definitely. that's just what we are known for as people and as a culture, to take a spin on injustices, and use those things to lift us up as a community, and remind the world of who we actually are as a people.>> and, did you want to expand? >> she pretty much that it. >> i don't think you can say it
much better. let's talk about what's going on tomorrow. i imagine you are going to have some good food there and a lot of fun, tell us what people can expect. >> definitely, so it's going to be tomorrow at the lake on the cleveland cascades side, and the event is from 12 pm to 6 pm. you can expect really great food, some awesome vendors, a wonderful time full of joy, love and peace, we also have an organization called book dealers that will be giving away free books to all ages, 02 175, as well as a book drive, if anyone has a book they want to donate, we will be collecting books as well. >> a costs money but said this together, a lot of work to, permits, that kind of thing. has the city of oakland been pretty helpful in that regard? >> they have, they have been working very well with us, very supportive of having this event put on, the city of oakland was also not pleased with how the
barbecue becky situation made oakland look, so they are very invested in promoting the real oakland. >> were you surprised at that video when it went viral last year? some of barbecue becky? >> yes. >> not at all, people are tired, tired of the foolishness, time to call people out on their stuff. >> i think we talked about it a little bit, but the response, when 2000 people showed up last year, it must've blown your mind. >> it did, like the whole day, i was like i cannot believe all of these people showed up. and i'm used to doing different events, but like nothing to the nonacute to the magnitude of bbq 'n while black. it's just amazing how something so bad can entice people to come and do something so good. >> and it's the second annual, are we going to see this year after year after year you think? >> as long as the community wants it, we will do the work to put it on. and i think that kind of attitude, the excitement and shock around the response, because we are just two teachers in oakland, we are not event planners, or anything. we kind of have become
accidental activists, and as long as the community wants us to put this on for them, then we will do that. >> very good, it starts at noon time, lake merritt on the cascade shoreside, until 7 o'clock mark if you like barbecue i guess, that is the place to go. >> you don't want to miss it. >> if you want to come and bring your propane grill with your family and friends, please do come and set up, it's a whole family, ever becomes. >> it's like a huge family reunion. >> like a big tailgate. >> recently took >> without the green without the game, but it great lake backdrop. thanks for being here, good luck tomorrow, once again, there is all of the information you need to know. if you would like to take part and join in a great community event and some great food and fun, fun zone for the kids too, right? >> definitely. >> ring the kids, it's that lake merritt, we have a link at www.ktvu.com under the web links , if you need any more information. let's get over to rosemary now, find out, are they going
to be barbecuing in sometime tomorrow? >> oh yes, the weather couldn't be better, low to mid 70s, a perfect day for a barbecue. outside our doors right now, not in the 70s just yet, a look from san francisco across the bay, we are still struggling under the cloud cover there. those clouds are going to clear, very similar to yesterday, the pattern will only change, ever so subtly today. slightly warmer into the bay area sunday, warming trend continues into the business week, i will detail that in the extended forecast. let's talk about what we can expect the weekend, 60s at the coast, 70s around the bay, 80s inland today, upper 80s, nearing 90 as we get into tomorrow and beyond. temperatures right now, 62 degrees in san francisco, 64 in oakland, temperatures are coming up slightly, they tend to struggle just a bit with all the gray sky, 60 in napa, low 60s in livermore, 66 in concord, inner east bay, a
little more sunshine than the rest of us at this time. the winds are generally light, bearable out there, sfo coming in from the south, coming in from the west at hayward and southwest over areas of san jose. one area seemed a little bit of a stronger breeze through the delta, fairfield reporting wind to 20, 25 miles per hour or so. there is a view of the cloud cover, it is again getting to thin out, especially for the inland communities, little bit over the santa cruz mountains you can see there, and some over the peninsula. outside of that, partly to mostly cloudy skies for most of us. if you're going to oracle park for the afternoon game, giants versus mets, 62 degrees, southwest breeze about 15 miles per hour, and to be full-day in front of you. a little bit cool, but we don't want it to warm in the stand, there's a look at the afternoon highs in the north bay, in sonoma for winetasting, going to be gorgeous. outdoor festivities and activities all over the north bay, we have 67 by the water in sausalito, thinking about heading there low 70s for alameda, upper 70s castro valley and though it is expected in pleasanton. for the south bay, san jose
will go to 81, 82 los gatos. by the water in santa cruz, mild 70 with afternoon sunshine inspected for you. upper 70s in redwood city, 71 san bruno, low to mid 60s for the coastline from pacifica through half moon bay. we will go 66 for downtown san francisco. here is a look at your extended forecast, temperature's will come up slightly along the coast and around the bay, that warm-up, a little bit more notable for the inland cities, nearing 90 degrees by sunday. going to hold firm on monday, tuesday, a little bit warmer, and by wednesday, 96 degrees inland, that's a hot day. i say enjoy the next few days, because we will eventually return to that warmer weather. >> shorts and short sleeves at the giants game? >> low 60s, maybe not. >> might have to draw on the long ones. >> layers. >> very good, thank you rosemary. coming up next, a piece of apollo 11 history in our backyard, the events planned today on the uss hornet, as people celebrate 50 years since the first time man walked on the moon.
welcome back, city of oakland is now refining its arguments in a lawsuit against the raiders and the nfl over the teams moved to las vegas. >> ktvu's kristin explains what this development means for fans of the silver and black.>> reporter: in the game known for hard knocks and big hits, the city of oakland is taking its fight to the federal courthouse. instead of a rough, in this case, calls come down to a judge. ruling today the city of oakland has another 45 days to clarify its arguments and its lawsuit against the raiders and the national football league. the city saying the team in nfl owners violated antitrust laws, and their own relocation policies. the judge saying the city needs to do a better job, laying out that argument. >> they give us 45 days to add to the presentation our
attorneys have already presented, regarding the trust, and also the contractual obligations that the nfl and the raiders have with oakland. >> also on hand, diehard raider fans from forever oakland. they know the team is moving to las vegas, but they want to hold onto the raiders name and history. in hopes that the nfl will allow another team to take up the name, and bring raiders football back to oakland. >> what we want is happening in cleveland in 1990s, already happened in court, the cleveland franchise in a different kind of way were able to retain their name and have future nfl football, because they have the fan base, like we do, oakland city attorney releasing a statement today reading, we are competent we can file a complaint that addresses the issues raised by the court. this lawsuit would have nothing to do with the raiders moved to las vegas, the stadium there in that city, already nearing completion. in san francisco, ktvu, fox 2 news. all right, we've been
anniversary of the first man to walk on the moon, neil armstrong and buzz aldrin. who is that? >> that is jeff on twitter saying it is appropriate. >> played that tune, there you go jeff on historic day, 50 years ago today. good to have you here, folks as you watch people commute in the san francisco, on a gray start, but we should have a good finish, i am frank mallicoat. >> i am claudine wong, let's get a quick look at weather, rosemary i think if you don't like it warm, enjoy the cool mornings and cool evening, right? a little bit of both. >> unseasonably mild for july, we are going to see changes come our way. so as claudine and frank just mentioned, enjoy it while we have it. we are going to get back into the 90s, eventually for the inland communities. right now come outside our doors, mostly cloudy conditions turning partly cloudy for the inner east bay, we are beginning to see the clouds spin out a little bit for the higher elevations.
temperatures slowly rebounding, still in the upper 50s over areas like santa rosa, as well as san francisco, low 60s in oakland, livermore and san jose checking in right about 63. are 24 hour temperature change will show you, there is not much change going on out there at all, within a few degrees of where we started yesterday. some areas, a tad cooler. some areas a tad warmer, as we get into the afternoon emma we will follow suit with only subtle changes coming our way into the afternoon. the onshore breeze through concord, 10 miles per hour, fell filled 22, wind generally light out there, anywhere 5 to 10 miles per hour or so, i guess it could be a little bit breezy, especially if you have cloud cover out there, there's a three-hour time lapse, you can see how it beginning to the road, mostly sunny away from the coastline by the second part of the morning and early afternoon, then as we get into the evening hours, the calls will be back. so here is our set up for the afternoon, looking at those micro climate numbers for you, cool along the coastline, 63 expected in pacifica, mild around the bay, 73 in san mateo. and warm inland, 84 livermore.
wow, livermore this time of year, you could be 94. let's hope not 104. 74, the afternoon-for areas over hayward, 79 redwood city, then in the north bay today, we will go 77 in napa. temperatures will continue to climb, into the bay area sunday and beyond, have a look at the extended forecast, coming up.>> thanks rosemary. armor vice president joe biden will be campaigning in las vegas later today. he is expected to take part in a foam big drive. biden spent the last two days fundraising and campaigning in southern california. yesterday stopped by a popular mexican restaurant in east los angeles and attended a fundraiser last night in pasadena. president trump has tempered his previous remarks about chance about representative ilhan omar at one of his campaign rallies. president on thursday distanced himself from his supporters who chanted send her back at a rally in north carolina. this morning, he wrote on twitter that he was not particularly happy about the chant, but he says the crowd
was big and patriotic. he has continued to criticize representative omar, who is muslim, accusing her of anti- semitism. >> you just cannot talk about our country that way. and, when people are angry at them, i fully understand it. >> the controversy has been raging since last weekend, when president trump tweeted that omar and three other congresswomen of color should go back to their native countries. the house denounced the tweet as racist. earlier this morning, he spit congresswomen barbara lee joined us in studio to talk about the president's comments.>> these are racist comments, his behavior is racist, he is a racist. i think what's important though, really, is to understand his agenda is an agenda that is embraced by white nationalism, whites are promised, that is very very dangerous. he is doing this of course, we know, to cater to his following and his base.
and in the meantime, what he's doing is putting members of congress, women, everyone, people of color, in danger. >> congresswoman lee said some of her republican colleagues have quietly told her the president's comments are wrong but she said they are reluctant to come forward. representative swalwell will be back today, hosting the town hall today at castro valley high school, that will start at 11 am this morning. this does mark the first time swalwell has held a public event after he dropped out of the presidential race last week. time now 9:35 am, motorcyclist hit and killed overnight in oakland, chp said the collision between the vehicle and the motorbike occurred just before midnight, west on interstate 980 at 27th street, cross blocked all the lanes, as officers had to issue an alert deck maintenance crews able to clear the wreck and reopen 980, a little after 1:30 am this morning. police are looking into
what i have caused a crash in brentwood, sent eight people to the hospital, including contra costa county sheriff's deputy. that collision happened just before 5:30 pm last night on vasco road at camino diablo, three people taken to nearby hospitals, all with critical injuries, five others, including the deputy, suffered injuries that are considered minor. it's not clear what triggered the accident, but it does appear that the vehicles rear- ended one another in a chain reaction. a woman shelter in the east bay facing eviction may be able to keep its doors open. serenity house is in oakland shelter for women who have survived addiction, violence, and homelessness. but administrators announced they had to cover four months of rent, by today, if they wanted to keep the program running. so, serenity has created a gofundme page, and was seeking $14,000. we have been tracking that fundraiser, and it did pass its goalie last night. this morning it was at 18,000, it's been moving up, currently at $20,000. they say they need enough money to hold them over until late
summer, or early fall, because that's when new grants and contracts kick in. been talking about it all morning long, today marking the 50th anniversary of apollo 11's mission to the moon, on july 21, 1969, neil armstrong said those famous words, one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. uss hornet in alameda has a very special connection to that moon landing, ktvu's leigh martinez joins us right in front or on top or near the ship with more. >> reporter: good morning. >> we are now on board, frank. yes, the uss hornet is now a museum, but it was a ship, it was the recovery ship for apollo 11 and apollo 12. today they are having their own special celebration called splashdown, i am joined now by mike mccarron, you have a lot of stuff going on here now, a group of kids you're now spent the night, tell us some of the stuff you have.
>> you are right, we had a night last night where people spend the night, went from the flight deck and looked at the moon, jupiter, saturn, all the other stars up there. we've got all the normal exhibits here, that we have every day, plus we have partners from nasa to put up a temporary planetary object we have a virtual reality about traveling through space, we have moon rock from nasa, we have a special stamp and an enumeration of today, little bit of everything for everyone. >> that's awesome, i love moon rocks, i think they are awesome. they are from the moon. we also have, i know we have a single issue being on board the ship, but can you pan over here without losing the signal and take a look here, you were telling me earlier what they are. >> this is a block mod capsule, this was a test capsule they dished out in space, a lot of ballistic testing, and then it created the final capsule, based upon this, this is the last shot without people on it, before they started putting people on the space capsule for apollo. so, this is a test capsule, this ship recovered it, now it's
part of our exhibit here. >> that is so cool. we do a little bit of history, i don't know if we have video too, only 12 men have walked on the moon, but it takes thousands of people to get them up there and back to earth safely, so when astronauts neil armstrong, buzz aldrin and michael collins completed the moon mission, that is when the uss hornet was mobilized, the ship was designated for the recovery mission, when the command module splashdown into the pacific ocean on july 24. today at the uss hornet, there will be a recovery crew that will be here, including the flight surgeon, the helicopter pilots, and the first swimmer to ocean open the hatch and greet the astronauts upon their return to earth. him out here live back on the uss hornet, we have people here now again, a group of schoolchildren here overnight, they were doing astronomy on a board, what a cool experience. officially opened the doors at 10 o'clock, there will be a panel with that crew that recovered apollo 11 and apollo 12. in alameda, leigh martinez, ktvu, fox 2 news. hard to believe it's all right there in alameda. great job, lee. the chabot space and find
center planning activities today, so bring the first moonwalk. apel will be able to experience a simulated lunar mission and watch countdown there, that event will run from 10 am to 5 pm today, then after hours party for adults starts tonight at 6 pm. the giants are keeping their winning streak alive. >> they are h ot. they have won seven in a row, we have highlights from last night's big extra innings victory over the mets, coming your way.?
giving your live look over san francisco this morning, where the skies are slowly clearing, this request, time and heart by alan walker, featuring sophia so my home, not even sure, i love that twitter handle by the way, was that 2 2 2 lala a lot. thank you so much for your request, we try to get them all on the air if we can. we have a fabulous weekend in store when it comes to the weather, i am tracking a warm- up, details coming up. thank you rosemary, authorities trying to find a motive behind a terrifying attack, police say the suspect jumped out of some bushes, then chased after a woman while also holding a kitchen knife and throwing rocks at her. investigators don't believe he knew the victim who was bloodied and bruised, but managed to escape. that was the wrong video by the way, he eventually fled to his nearby apartment where he was held up for about four hours.>> she tried to run away from that guy. she was just thinking to just
do it under the car, but she ducked under, he threw rocks at her. >> authorities were able to taken into custody, the victim fell trying to escape and suffered some scrapes, but is expected to make a full recovery. the city of santa rosa is slowly rising from the ashes of the tub fire, some 1300 homes were destroyed and that massive blaze, but now as people returned, so will businesses, and the coffee park neighborhood, residents tell us a sense of normalcy is starting to return. touring companies, such as the moonlight plow, and to bridge survived the fire. that most of the customers have to find housing elsewhere. a few years later, most of the regulars are back.>> i don't notice any new faces, but i see a lot of older friends here now. people that had to go a little bit away while their houses were being built. >> it was a great gathering
place after the fire, everybody came here to regroup, get information, find out how other people were doing, how can we help out? >> residents say while there are still a lot of empty lots, there are even more signs of the community is bouncing back. time out 9:45 am. insurance rates are tripling, even quadrupling for some california homeowners, who lived near wildfire prone areas. in the two years since the northbay fire, state department of insurance reports that 100 insurers have asked approval for rate increases. blosser county is one area that sent a letter to the state insurance commissioner, asking for a better standard of evaluation to avoid blanket policy denials in entire communities. jump administration proposed and ambitious plan to slow wildfires. it called for creating fuel brakes, using bulldozers, and mowers across large areas of lane in california, idaho, oregon, washington, nevada and utah. upfront cost for the project, estimated between 55 to nearly $200 million to another 100
million annually to maintain those breaks. it's program that teaches children and teens about music to performance. 3 o'clock rock is offered at afterschool programs or summer camp. amber lee shows us the power of music education to young children.>> ♪ >> reporter: rock music performed by a boy band, they call themselves revolution. they are a product it what's described as a revolutionary way to learn music. a program called real clock rock , that teaches students ages 7 to 17 to work with others, by forming bands, playing shows, making records, and going on tour. >> i think the best part is the shows that we play, like here. because it's just fun. >> here is rudy's cap bell cafe in emeryville on this friday evening. students say they hope to inspire others by their
performances. >> i think it would be nice for them to cs perform and pick up an instrument for themselves. >> music program was founded by billy, he is partnering with oakland unified school district to provide afterschool programs and summer camps. he said the experience can be exhilarating.>> ♪ >> giving students a voice they didn't have before. >> the feeling of hitting a home run for some people, they can shine because they are not into sports, or they are not into computing. >> at the lesson in discipline. >> we have a deadline, we have to practice these songs for the show, it really helps. >> he said music has no boundaries and education should extend the on the walls of the classroom.>> this all girl band wrote their own songs, be who you are. >> when you are rocking out on those drums, the all like wu. >> part of the experience is looking the part of a rock musician, complete with a hairstyling session. >> get you into that zone of
like, this is now. i am on. >> i like to do like a lot of crazy stuff on the drums, and then the crash symbol. >> for people who really love music, this is the program for you. >> on tuesdays, students will travel to memphis, the first place of rock 'n roll, to perform, record music and studios, and visit museums. as part of the music education. in emeryville, amber lee, ktvu, fox 2 news. all right. >> weather-wise, good day to go on what the concert. >> or baseball game. >> i will be at the game today. >> it is going to be nice out there. oracle park, low to mid 60s for the afternoon, little bit of an onshore breeze, dress in layers, you know how it goes, folks. giving you of you there, the clouds are slowly beginning to clear, we got a little bit of blue sky there in the distance,
that blue sky will continue to take over as we move into the second part of the morning, early afternoon, we will go really cloudy, at the coastline, mostly sunny for the rest of us. this time of year, we kind of do a tug-of-war between that trough, that moves right to the pacific and the pacific northwest, keeping temperatures very mild, then as we get into the days ahead, high pressure will be strengthened from the desert southwest, that'll bring the temperature is back up. for today, 60s at the coast, 70s around the bay, 80s inland, which is really mild, by july standards, tomorrow slightly warmer. high pressure continues to strengthen as we get into the business week. by tuesday into wednesday, areas that will hit mid 80s today should be into the mid- 90s. here's a look at the numbers right now, 64 in oakland, 60% are fell. low 60s, fremont, livermore, san jose. as against second half of the day, those temperatures will actually begin to feel a lot warmer.
we have a light breeze out there in most areas, 5 to 10 miles per hour or so. through the delta, fairfield reporting a little bit stronger with an onshore breeze, to about 20 to 25. there's a look at the cloud cover, still in place over the northbay. the east bay, beginning to see it through deteriorate, that is good news there. higher elevations, seeing it as well along the peninsula, beginning to see some clearing, just inside today. but for the rest of us, still partly to mostly cloudy. your afternoon highs look like this, upper 60s for sausalito, min 70 san rafael, upper 70s for santa rosa. very mild day for you there. low 70s and areas over alameda, salamander, low 80s for danville, mid-80s for brentwood. south bay, nice one, 82 morgan hill, 82 los gatos by the water in santa cruz, going to 70 with afternoon sunshine expected. upper 70s in redwood city, 66 for downtown san francisco. low 60s pacifica, daly city, half moon bay, if you are headed to tahoe, take me with you. upper 70s, 80 degrees today. a little bit warmer tomorrow. there is a look at your extended forecast, hitting near
90 as we get into sunday and monday for the warmer locations. and into the 90s by tuesday into wednesday, right now wednesday looks to be the warmer day, low 80s around the bay.>> all right, thanks rosemary. can't complain about any of that. all right, let's talk about the airport. there is a section of the newly rebuilt terminal one at sfo, that is bound to open very soon. >> we will tell you how people have a chance to see what's in that new building, before it opens to the passengers, coming your way. ♪ ♪
giants continue their summer surprise for the second straight night, took a little overtime, but the giants got it done in 10, beating the mets 1- 0. they have now won seven in a row and for the first time since april, they hit the .500 mark, still some hope. tyler was dealing in this one, eight innings, no runs, it'll hit the wall, nice little grab there, one more time for yaz, great catch. jacob degrom had his as well, here he is in the six, pablo at the plate, he is swinging and missing. how about stephen? bye-bye. degrom, seven innings, three hits, no runs, go to the tent, here's how it finished. pablo, pop fly to left, look at dominant smith coming in left fielder, got it, maybe not. e- seven, alex dickerson never slow down going from third to
home. the throw was off, giants win. and they are on a roll. they are now 49-49, and very much in the wild-card hunt the final, 1-0. bringing on the first-place twins, marcus simeon out of cow, continues with the hot bat, goes so low, here is 15th of the year, three hits offer extra bases. oakland on top 2-0. top of five, matt holsen joining the rbi party with a single. of the middle, that'll tied up at 3-3. the a's will win in the six, two more, chris davis, he will single home the game- winner, a's ticket 5-3. that is 13 winners in their last 16 games as well. to run into traffic around because they are hosting a soccer match and the international champions cup for the fifth straight year, that included many of the top clubs, that included oslo, rio madrid, manchester united, and milan. this year's game portugal
against guadalajara, widely the most popular soccer club in mexico, kick off at 1 pm, box office opens at 10 am this morning, tickets are still available. happening right now, san mateo county supervisor david can have a is hosting a community cleap event, live pictures from broadmoor village center, this is in daly city, where volunteers are out in force, meeting and working to providers , a lot of people living in rvs in the area. cleanup is a chance for people to make a difference in the neighborhood there and do something nice for others, that is going on right now in daly city. today, people will have a chance to tour the newly rebuilt terminal one at sfo airport, the terminal has been named the harvey milk terminal in honor of the work on lgbt queue rights, the new terminal will feature museum exhibit with images from the archives of the san francisco public library and the lgbt historical society. today, people are invited to
tour the facility for free before it opens to passengers on tuesday. terminal one is being rebuilt in stages and will eventually have 25 gave, when it fully opens in 2023. all right, weather-wise, it is saturday, we've got a little fog out there, but eventually will it go? >> eventually it's going to go. we will have a partly cloudy sky along the coastline and mostly sunny for the rest of us. temperatures, a lot like yesterday, only subtle changes expected. 60s at the coast, 70s around the bay, low to mid 80s for our warmer spots. temperatures will climb a few degrees, especially for the inland areas, beginning to feel it tomorrow into monday, when we hit near 90, the 92 on tuesday. mid-90s by wednesday. so it is a gradual warm-up. it's hard to tell day by day, but eventually you look back and go oh yeah, i definitely can feel it now. at the warmer day. that is coming our way.
>> all right. thanks so much rosemary. enjoy the day, enjoy the baseball game today. smack go giants. >> giants, so fun to watch them right now. thanks for joining us this morning, www.ktvu.com, and of course, we will be following the events at the uss hornet, it'll be a busy weekend as we remember apollo 11 and the historic day, 50 years ago. have a fantastic saturday everyone, we will see you tomorrow. >> ♪
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