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the ballpark. what's the weather going to be like? >> going to be warm. >> shorts and flip flops? >> i would. >> we have a bigger fog bank. it will be cooler today. the fog is making a pretty good push already. higher clouds have moved off. ridge of high pressure has moved off to the east. temperatures will come down. but they're not going to stay down there very long. they're going right back up on saturday. look for the low cloud deck to keep some 60s on the coast. already a much stronger delta breeze and a southeast instead of the northwest. that is a huge difference. still, the ridge of high pressure. zigs one day, zags the next. well, we're cooler today. 50s, 60s on the temps. upper 50s, low 60s for some. running a little cooler than yesterday. by the mere fact we don't have any of those clouds anymore. some over the mother load.
yosemite. into tahoe and reno. 60s, 70s, 80s. and low 90s mainly through the interior. 4:31 is the 80 -- not construction. but road repair, whatever it is. >> yeah. they're repaving, steve. i don't know if you've noticed. >> i noticed. >> they're making it nice and smooth on 80 westbound as you drive from hercules to richright now in vallejo, it lo good. and fairfield and all that. but if you're driving a little bit west, down through richmond here as you drive into richmond, they have roadwork that does take up some of the lanes. it should be gone by 5:00. we'll see about that. the traffic is light. and the only reason we have a slowdown there anyway is because of the lanes taken away. if you want to use 680 to 24, that's also light. this is a look at the bay bridge itself. and the fog, steve mentioned, you can also see the traffic here at the toll plaza is slightly crowded. 4:32. let's go back to the desk. >> all right, sal.
thank you. the democratic party will be busy today. they will make an effort to heal a growing rift within the party. this comes as democrats who support impeaching president trump are running is live now f washington. he has more on all of this. good morning, doug. >> good morning. the democratic party is split on this and other issues. there is a meeting today to bring the sides together. >> they call it a summit under the dome. with a divided democratic party watching closely. in a highly-anticipated meeting today, house speaker nancy pelosi, will sit down with congresswoman alexandria ocasio- cortez, who has been a persistent thorn in her side. they'll struggle to find footing in the age of trump. especially when it comes to impeachment. republicans have been happy to out. >> it's more than an internal fight. this is not a family fight. this is a war and a feud.
the socialist democrats inside that party are taking the party over. >> no president. not this one. certainly next is above the law. that's why i came out for impeachment proceedings. >> massachusetts democrat lori trahan joined the impeachment movement yesterday. after testifying wednesday on the probe. but she wasn't exactly a new ground swell of support for removing the new president. democratic leaders are afraid of a public backlash. and supporters are running out of time. >> you just look at the calendar. they're about to go away for a month. they come back in september. and that's practically a year from november. and impeachment would take months. the logic of it. the time and schedule is starting to disappear. >> and the ultimate backstop for the president is the republican-controlled senate. back to you guys. >> doug luzader of washington. thank you. time, 4:34. here's a look at some of the top stories this morning. many of america's allies,
they're nervous. north korea launched two missiles yesterday. south korea says two ballistic missiles landed off the korean coast yesterday. one went over 450 miles. new test follows a visit toseoul by john bolton. it is still not clear when or if the two sides will meet again. last night, the board voted to expand the elevator attendant program, expand the homeless outreach team, and award a contract to upgrade the 19th street station in oakland. the agency also named robert powers as its new general manager. and an investigation is under way in oakland, after a late-night fire burned a building that is under construction at stanford avenue and occidental street. firefighters were able to keep it from spreading. they say it's too early to know whether this was an arson fire. no one was hurt. sonoma county sheriff, mark
esquill appeared in an event, featuring mexican music tonight. to reassure latinos that the sheriff's office will protect the rights of immigrants. the sheriff said he wants latinos to know that his deputies will not assist federal immigration authorities and will not ask anyone reporting a crime about their immigration status. the sheriff is scheduled to appear at the grayton resort and casino in rohnert park. immigration rights advocates are revealing federal immigration officials used the oakland airport as a hub to remove thousands of undocumented immigrants. the meeting was held yesterday of the port of oakland board of immigrants. it follows the report from the university of washington, saying 27,000 people were deported through a private charter, out of the oakland airport, between 2010 and 2018. and we want some tranparency. what happened. what they knew happened from
2010 to 2018. and what they're going to try to do to stop it moving forward. >> port says it was unaware that these deportation flights were flying. according to i.c.e., they stopped conducting these in october of 2019. time now, 4:36. several u.s. marines are in custody right now, after being arrest at camp pendleton. they're being accused of various crimes, including human smuggling. ktvu's ray bogan has more about this shocking roundup. >> 16 marines at camp pendleton, arrested in dramatic fashion thursday morning. authorities storming the camp during an italian formation, which happens with about 800 marines present. the marines being accused of various crimes, including human smuggling. the arrests stim stemming from the investigation in another case, involving two marines suspected of smuggling migrants nexchange for payment
after successful passage. >> as those investigations were ongoing, they identify the identities of these 16 marines as potentially being associated with or connected with those particular allegations that are charges for those first two marines. >> the connection between the two sets of apprehensions is not yet known. eight other marines were detained thursday and questioned about drug-related activities not linked to the arrest. in washington, ray bogan, fox news. >> all right, ray. in a statement, the marine corpse said, first marine division is committed to justice and the rule of law. we will fully cooperate with ncis on this marybt. the u.s. justice department announced plans of executing federal death row inmates for the first time since 2003. a review of death penalty policies and use of lethal injection drugs has been complete. he says it cleared the way for federal executions to continue.
they ordered the bureau of prisons to schedule the executions of five men. they are among the 61 federal inmates on death row. >> there aren't that many federal death penalty cases. most death penalty cases are on the state side. there are 29 states that have a death penalty. and there are 21 states that don't. >> now, president trump has spoken several times in favor of the death penalty. the change put the issue into the national dialogue, ahead of the 2020 election. many democratic presidential candidates issued statements, opposing the federal executions. governor newsom issued a statement, saying, quote, the intentional killing of another person is wrong. and our death penalty system has been a failure. now, in march, the governor signed an executive order, placing a moratorium on the death penalty here in california. the federal government restored the death penalty this 1988. but since then, federal authorities have executed just three people. the most recent was in 2003. the justice department has
continued to prosecute death penalty cases and courts have sentenced defendants to death. our time is 4:39. later today at the white house, president trump expected to sign the 9/11 first responders bill. that bill supplies money for a compensation fund for first responders who suffered illnesses, injuries and other problems after the 9/11 attacks. the bill did pass in the senate earlier this week. president trump will sign it into law in a ceremony. be surrounded by dozens of first responders. well, the oakland a's in a crucial series, versus the texas rangers. coming up, we'll take a look at how they did to kick off the start of the home stand. and dramatic home surveillance video of a pit bull attacking children. we'll show you how a man nearby saved them from that attack. good morning. you could see traffic is moving along okay. if you are driving on the san mateo bridge, heading out to the peninsula. we'll tell you a little more coming up.
well, it's been a topsy- turvy week. cooler and much warmer today. what about the weekend? we'll take a look. l take a look. at at&t we believe in access. the opportunity for everyone to explore a digital world. connecting with the things that matter most. and because nothing keeps us more connected than the internet.
$39.5 million deal. 49ers are hoping for big things from bosa who -- they also signed their second round pick. receiver debose sam wel. the raiders added big names in the off season. including all pro wide receiver, antonio brown. raiders tom gruden ranked near the bottom and scoring last season. with all the big personalities on the team. combined with the big move to las vegas. the raiders are going to be profiled in the hbo show, hard knocks. the giants are about to begin a 17-day stretch, that will determine just how legitimate their trade chances are. at the start of the mont, it looked like -- month, it looked like the giants would be sellers. but now is 17 games. trade candidate and giantses a
madison bumgarner will likely stay with the team. >> what a great job they've done. i can't tell you first of all, how hard they have been fighting. but they have to be running on fumes. their work load. the inning they played this day off. no question. they all know how important each game is. so there's a little different attitude now. >> the giants start a series tonight against the san diego padres. how about those oakland a's. they continue to battle for a wildcard spot in the american league, ahead of wednesday's trade deadline. and last week, my favorite guy. ramon loreano, gave oakland an early lead. single. knocked in two runs. that was one of the few positive moments with the a's. texas went on to score 11 runs, including a big hit. recognize him.
former giant hunter pence. and the a's lost, 11-3. game four of the series is tonight, 7:07 at the coliseum. caltrans is closing the lower half because of possible flooding. high tides are forecast along the pacific coast for the next few days. the area along marib county, just one of the areas that does tend to flood, during heavy rains or high tides. for now, expect the lower lot to stay closed through sunday, august 4th. this weekend marks the 32nd annual nhra national drag races in sonoma. the event kicks off today, with qualifying races. and the races will continue through sunday. if you are traveling near the sonoma raceway. you might want to prepare for that extra traffic. especially there on highway 37. gates open at 8:00, both tomorrow and sunday. and you know, if drag racing isn't necessarily your
thing, ktvu's rosemary orozco is looking at what else is going on in the bay area in your weekend watch. we are heading into the weekend. and here are a handful of events, happening around the bay. in the south bay. fill up on everything garlic at the gilroy garlic festival friday through sunday, at christmas hill park. gourmet alley cooking demos, live music, and children's activities are all part of the fun. this the east bay, art and soul weekend returns to downtown this weekend. with music, dance and artisan marked in place. craft beer, wine, food and a fun zone. jack london's popular wine walk is on saturday, where you can sip, stroll, walk, shop and dine on the waterfront. farther north, enjoy the benicia festival, with live music, craft, beers. and children's activity alley. sonoma county is
celebrating different cultures. this event offers historic crafts. the fort ross beer garden and local food trucks. all happening again at the state historic park in jenner. in san francisco, join a week of festivities at the biofreeze marathon. thousands are expected to attend the event friday through sunday. inside festival pavilion. in sports, a's and quakes are home. that is your weekend watch. there is an online petition to change the day of halloween. and it already has more than 63,000 signatures. now, a change.org petition started last year by the halloween and costume association. wants to move halloween to the last saturday of october. most of the reasons are for those little trick-or-treaters to keep them safe. make it easier for parents to accompany their kids who are out trick-or-treating. halloween falls on a thursday this year. now, the goal is to gather 75,000 signatures and send it to president trump.
and i will say -- >> i was about to say. you're big on halloween. >> well. it may sound a little mixed. seems weird to move it from october 31st. but i have to say, when my kids were little to have to come in on this shift, after being out trick-or-treating. at night. was a little tough. >> yeah. yeah. >> well, you know, halloween evening is the biggest traffic jam of them all. at least here in the bay area. you know why? because people, parents who leave work early have the same idea. i gotta get home to trick-or- treat. we'll see when happens. by the way, we have the theme for traffic jam starting -- >> speaking of traffic jams. >> yes. it is going to be rolling stone songs. you know why? today is mick jagger's 76th birthday. >> 76 years old? >> 76 years old. >> i feel like he looked 76 like 40 years ago. >> yeah, right. >> happy birthday, mick. >> happy birthday mick. i loved those days of you and
jerry hall at studio 54. my man. my man. let's look at the tracy commute. it's already a little bit -- it's actually doing okay coming up through the area. there have been no major problems to pleasanton, dublin. already a little slow traffic here on the east shore freeway. they're doing road work and construction. san pablo, into richmond. they're resurfacing some of those lanes. and there's a traffic jam there. this is a look at interstate 880, the traffic has been moving well and there have been no major issues here. 4:49. let's bring steve paulson in. >> thank you very much, sal. >> sal, were you out and about yesterday evening for some reason? i was getting a couple of texts from you? >> i went over to clayton. because one of our zip trips is in clayton next month. so i was doing a little reconnaissance. >> i've heard of it. >> i ran into a lot of steve paulson fans.
>> be cooler today. even in clayton. 56 in clayton. going to be tough to cool down here. but they will today. 50s and 60s. those are down about 4 or 5 from yesterday at this time. bigger fog banks. sunny and breezy. sunny has been here, but breezy has been gone. excessive heat watch and heat advisory is out for tomorrow. not today that's mainly on saturday. sunday will not be as hot. these are some of the forecast highs for your saturday. santa rosa, 96. san francisco, 76. that's the spirit. i say, jasper. what comes after 75? >> i don't know. >> 76. that's the spirit. pacifica, 70. oakland, 86. 100 in concord. livermore, 102. and san jose, 94. thwhat it was
yesterday at this time. and san jose, that is a huge difference. that will be a cooler direction if it holds and i think it will today. monsoon cloud covers pushing off towards the siermammoth, bishop. reno as well. pretty good thunderstorm activity. some of that could still play into your forecast for the weekend. 50s, 60s on the temps here on the upper peninsula. mid-50s, though. there's your friday trifecta. half moon bay at 55. hillsboro 55. after the fog clears. it will be a sunny day. some of that fog might be a little tough to clear. might see flogs in the distance. the high, though, builds back off tomorrow. had a little break yesterday. it was still upper 90s for some. but fog, sun, breezy in the afternoon. and warm as the high kicks back in. it's been the pattern here for a while. 60s, 70s, 80s. some low, mainly 90s. and back up tomorrow to 90s to 100s around the bay. also inland. and still nice to hot.
this intro. i mean, this song. >> one of the best. >> mick jagger and the rolling stones. mick, thank you. you're 76 years old today. thank you for all that good music. this song, as soon i started talking about it, i got a lot of requests for rolling stone songs. go ahead and hit me up on social media. you know what to do. go ahead and hit me up on facebook, instagram or twitter by using the hashtag, #ktvu. >> you're the man, sal. >> time is 4:56. a multibillion fund to pay for catastrophic wildfires caused by its equipment. pg&e says it will pay edison, a
san diego gas and electric will also contributon. customers are expected to add another $10.5 billion by extending an existing $2.50 fee. a man saves a 6-year-old boy from a pit bull attack. and now he's being called a hero. look at the top of your screen. this happened sunday in conroe, texas. the boy and two neighbors were playing in a driveway, when that pit bull ran up and attacked. two children ran away. the man, brad brown, heard the attack, ran towards it. and as soon as he got close, the dog stopped attacking the child and chased after him. both mr. brown and the boy were hurt. the dog was turned over to animal control. its owner was cited. is now 4:5 a homeowner woke up to a big surprise in his backyard.
terry dewald lives in sabino canyon, in tucson, arizona. most mornings, he's used to seeing wildlife. but wednesday morning was so special. he saw three cougars, drinking water from his backyard fountain. they were all taking it all in, as these big cats wait for monsoon rains to fill their natural watering holes. >> they just drank and drank. i don't know how long they had been drinking before i got up here. it was a mother and two twins that were about a year and a half old. mr. dewald says it's rare for them to see this kind of wildlife. drinking from his fountain. he also says the reluctant monsoon weather means more animals could be coming in to their neighborhood. stir time is 4:58. coming up live in oakland. we'll tell you what we're finding out this morning about a big commercial fire. late last night. plus. we'll take you deep under union square and show you the
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oakland. as firefighters do their best to beat back the flames. >> we can do better. we will do better. >> that's b.a.r.t.'s general manager. what he says are the agency's top priorities as he takes over. thank you for joining us here on mornings on 2, friday morning. july 26th. i'm pam cook. >> and good morning. i'm dave clark. pam, you're happy it's friday. right? >> i'm happy it's friday. >> i know you are. steve is happy, too. he's right over here. >> i mean, i miss you guys when it's the weekend. >> but not that much. >> but -- >> a little bit. >> not that much. we have a cooler pattern here. temperatures are running 2 to 8 degrees cooler than yesterday at this time. and temperatures in the 50s and also 60s. we have a fog bank making a pretty good surge here over the bay. it will be sunny and breezy. temperatures and down for one day. then it looks like it will go right back up tomorrow. the higher clouds ha