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chickens overturns. we are live at the scene of the crash to show you what happened in the major backup it is causing for the morning commute. hurricane dorian maintains a category three as it continues to barrel toward the carolinas. many people are still picking up the pieces. the areas mourning the loss of several people killed in a boat hire off the southern california coast. how investigators are mapping out the records as we are learning more about the people who died. from ktvu fox2 news, this is mornings on 2. good morning. it is september 5th.>> we are back to that breaking news we've been covering in the east bay for hours now. a big rig carrying hundreds of live chickens crashed and caught fire on interstate 80 at san pablo dam road. all westbound lanes of adr block by debris and emergency crews who had to round up the
chickens on the roadway and a nearby hillside. we will go live to the scene to hear what is happening now.>> reporter: good morning. officers are continuing to round up the chickens. you can see them behind me. they are actually climbing up the hillside where they found a group of 20 of them huddled together. some of the chickens that were still in the cages when this crash happened are also alive. we're talking about 1000 chickens total involved in this crash. a few hundred to provide. they were walking all around lanes of traffic in their working to get all of them secure with animal control. there is still a lot to do. all remain lanes remain closed. when do you think lanes will reopen?>> we are making efforts. we are trying to get some of the cages with larger chickens out of here. we are trying to get the chicken still alive out of your
away from the scene so we can begin to pick up the debris. we have a structural engineer that will check out part of the they should be here moalong shortly, and we will hope to have the lanes open, but i don't have an estimate. >> you know what time this happened? mimic at approximately 3:35 am, we had an accident with a rig involving chickens. he collided with the right portion of the concrete divider, and he swerved over to the left in the vehicle became fully involved. the cab disintegrated and completely fell apart. chickens were running around the freeway, and his trailer ackley jet actually jackknifed into another vehicle.>> we are dealing with the chickens and there is somebody checking on the integrity of the overpass that they track it?>> we have a
structural engineer to check the integrity of the concrete divider to make sure -- nothing hit overhead. it was just onto the side. we will have them check that out. we had the freeway closed to make sure it is safe travel of freeway will be open later today. >> what is it going to take to get all of this cleaned up? it seems like there is still a lot that needs to be done before traffic can come through. >> there is quite a bit, but the goal is to get the freeway (we want to do it in a safe manner so that we don't have additional collisions or nobody runs over debris tires. that's what we don't want to happen.>> reporter: if you're heading through the eastern san pablo area, be prepared for a lot of traffic. there is a road closure on the westbound lanes through san pablo as you approach the san pablo road. reporting live, fox2 news.
sure that many people are circumventing this area. >> it has had a regionwide effect as these things typically do. 80 eastbound and westbound have been slow. you can see the backup is not all that long, as i would expect. what is happening is people are using 680 and 24. definitely 680 has seen a lot more traffic, and the people in concorde and walnut creek who may not pay attention to what is going on on 80 probably realize something is a lot different this morning. there are a lot more people coming through 124 trying to get through the tunnel, and eventually, a lot of people come to the bay bridge and that is the case. we've been showing it all morning long. the accident happened around 4 am, and here we are three hours later with still no opening of the freeway. you heard steve tell alyssa that they don't know when that freeway will reopen.
moving to the south bay commute, you can see traffic here is a little bit slow on all of the approaches. this is a much more typical commute. speaking of tipple, 880 and that he spake commute, right 580 have been okay. it is 7:05 am. let's go back to the desk. >> i will get back on the weather here. it will be cool after but the has moved off to the east. we have a bigger fog bank in place with a stronger onshore breeze. there is some monsoon moisture but it is now out toward the valley and it looks like it will favor areas toward's inference -- sacramento and points north, northeast. you might eat see it north northwest. the ultimate past, with all of that in place, trespass it is pushing things off to the east. for us, it is a cooler pattern that will take us not only in
today but about the same tomorrow. it is much cooler going into the weekend and the wind picks up on saturday. we will have more that coming up in about 10 minutes get. now to our coverage of hurricane dorian as it heads to the carolinas as a category three storm. we are joined live in charleston, south carolina, where the rain is really coming down. gray, good morning.>> in fact, during the most intense rain been, if you look out over the ashley river, sometimes the visibility is so poor we cannot see the other side. that is why we are going to be watching that river and the two others near charleston harbor because as the rain and wind and tide all come together, there could be storm surges of up to five to 8 feet.>> reporter: the storm is threatening to battle storm
shorelines dropping drenching rain and sending waves crashing closer to land. >> it is clear that we are going to have a lot of water.>> reporter: florida dodging a direct hit but experiencing the damaging effects of the hurricane, including flooding and dangerous storm surge and coastal neighborhoods. people are preparing for dorian. those who did not flee her hunkering down. the navy is set out to head for the ocean for safety.>> the ships are designed to handle heavy winds and high seas. >> reporter: in north carolina, many on edge less than a year after hurricane florence slammed the region. summer still waiting for home repair. >> i'm blessed with what i have right now compared to some people in the bahamas.>> reporter: on the ravaged island, folks making the emotional return home to survey the damage. surprised by the utter devastation left the storm.>> nothing is left.>> reporter:
thousands of desperate victim seeking help in the storm's aftermath as the number of people found dead increases. >> i spoke with president donald trump was expressed his support and pledged the assistance of the united states. >> reporter: the you and is also pledging assistance. back here in the carolinas, there are already over 200,000 customers that do not have our right here in south carolina, but duke energy says by the time this is all said and done, more than 700,000 customers will be without power. they have got teams located all across the state you will be ready to go and turn it back on one the once the conditions allow. >> it will be a process. thanks for that live report out of south carolina. meanwhile, 18 out of the air
force base will be heading to the atlantic coast to make sure they can handle humanitarian relief flights in and out. four air force teams from the 60th medical group are also headed out. they will be used in case critically ill patients need to be evacuated. at fema headquarters in washington dc, they are gearing up for response once working dorian passes through. hurricane officials are tracking the storm and they have more than 1000 tractor- trailer loads of food and water.>> as dori moves closer through the night, it is important to stay vigilant and keep the warnings of the local officials. their tropical storm warnings and hurricane watches>> there hoping to rescue hurricane bahamas. stay with mornings on 2 as we
bring you coverage of hurricane dorian. we will bring you live coverage from south carolina. you can get updates anytime on social media and on ktvu.com. they are looking for the final victim of the deadly boat file. they have discovered the bodies of 33 victims. scuba diving voters under 65 feet of water and it is currently upside down. sonars are being used to map the wreckage. ntsb said it could take up to 2 years to determine what happened. the board will release the luminary report by the end of next week without declaring a cause.>> this was heartbreaking and is a horrific tragedy. it is clear that they are devastated, and our hearts go out to them. those families are why we are here. that is why we do the job that we do.>> more information coming up regarding all of the lives that were lost. long time apple employee along with his wife and daughter who
were celebrating their daughter 17th birthday. one woman worked as a hairstylist at a salon in maureen. a manhunt is underway for a gunman who opened fire on deputies, injuring a sergeant. a blue alert has been issued for the attacker. authorities say 51-year-old guadalupe lopez guerrera ambush deputies at 3:30 pm yesterday afternoon. it happened as they were following up on a domestic violence case at a home in the local area. the sheriff suspects said they began shooting at them when they arrived at the house. the deputies returned fire and the gunmen got away. a sergeant who was shot was not badly injured, and gmc crew cab pickup with a california license plate on the screen. 25599h one.
will replace the aging toll structure with a reliable and accurate system capable of supporting cashless toll lanes. >> the committee will now work changes happen. the current estimates project the changes could take effect in the next five years. today is a last day on the air for one radio station. >> for the final hours, they are rebroadcasting some of the most popular segments from the past 37 years. we are live in san francisco with what is planned for k fog. >> we have the k fog tenant 10. they will rebroadcast 10 of 10 shows from now until midnight
tonight.>> from k fog, we have 10 great songs from 10 great years. they will play 10 songs commercial free from the same year an interest lyse them in an audio source of events from that same year. this summer, bay area hall of fame awarded them the title of bay area legendary rock station and they feature some of the original legends and photos on their facebook page. they will get that award at a show later this year after it goes off air. they will become knbr fm. fans of k fog lamented the news when they announced this last week. some of the stations popular djs like big rick stewart recalls why the station was so special.>> they could play a wide variety of music and play
new artist and classic artist, and the reason they would do that is because the listeners would let us do that. we could go from los lobos to indie rock, and it all just worked for this magical time, which was a long time.>> in 2005, atlanta beach bought k fog, and they let go of the popular djs. some of them retired, and the station decided to in some of its most popular programs like tenant 10. it k fog as one less day to enjoy 10 at 10. live from the archives, was a live conference series that k fog would play. all of it will be on air on the final day today from now until midnight tonight. live in san francisco, ktvu fox2 news. thousands of workers are expected to hold rallies today. the processed -- they say they
want new laws and company policies to guarantee workers will earn at least $15 an hour for all hours worked. plus, pay the irs mileage rate and payroll taxes. the national organizers say they have already succeeded in getting some companies not to include tip money as part of their base earnings. a popular san francisco park is a new sports facility. the san francisco parks department unveiled the new improvements on arkansas street. they received a 5 1/2 million dollar renovation which included new sports fields, sports equipment and better lighting. this is the latest in the parks overhaul. it is been a busy day for traffic, and highway 80, no clear insight just yet for all of the chickens and the big red. >> no end in sight. there were no serious injuries. the driver of the truck which
went on its side was taken to the hospital with minor injuries according to chp. the damages done traffic wise. 80 was punished backed up coming out of hercules into richmond. the accident itself is near san pablo dam road. we have a lot of slow traffic and a lot of people are using other free ways to get around the problem. 680 has really been very slow and so is 242. this whole eastern commute has been affected by what is going on here, and people are driving this way, which is understandable. you see a lot more people on highway 24. it is going to be one of those things where you may not be aware of it. there will be a lot more when you get to the bay bridge. it is been busy there. i want to mention some of the other commutes here in the east bay. it is been all right. this is a look at 880. camera froze. this is 880. traffic is moving well in both directions. the southlake commute has been
moderately heavy. this is more typical. today, the peninsula traffic was better than it was yesterday was some slowing and men will parking on the way to palo alto. it is 7:20 am. a color pattern after yesterday's monson cloud cover. hot, humid. if you isolated thunderstorms moving north. that is around lake county, around parts of sonoma county. that is pushing off toward the east. at 12:37 am, the a's play against the angels. it might be sunny. a little bit of a westerly breeze. upper 60s, low 70s except for livermore which is forecasted to be 86. that is where they should be. everyone is will be delay -- below average for this time of year. it is been a long, hot stretch. we do get some cooling today. some of the monson moisture is off toward the valley. you might be able to see it. maybe even down to santa clara. a lot of it will take aim at the sierra. it will be good buildups. into the sierra northeast, keep
that in mind if you're going up there. it was a wild show for many up in the mountains yesterday. i think that they are going to get a repeat performance today. 50s and 60s on the thames. water temps have come down, down, down. 83 down to 58. those are down about six from last week. gust of 30 near the reservoir. altima -- also out of the west. that is the biggest fog bank we have had this week by four. family court equal that will equal a kohler pattern. the system drops by saturday evening and that will crank up the breeze and get a little more fog coming in sunday morning. we have upper 80s for a few. after sundays, we can say goodbye to the 90s for a few days. it looks much cooler next monday and tuesday. 7:22 am. democrats have made climate as a key part of up next, you may
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history of both serious mental illness and chronic substance abuse. a multi agency team has an that aims to keep people from being cycled in and out of city jails and emergency rooms and get them the care they need. >> it is not humane to continue to allow this to occur on our streets. that is why we have to move forward with a number of initiatives to help address this.>> the city says this will be the first step in a long- term program that officials are still working on. the mayor says the city has about $60 million they can use over the next few years to help with the city's homeless crisis. hearing from a new jury from the first time. what they were questioning what the attorneys for the defendants are asking for. after break, one school in the area is involved in a cheating scandal. with the teachers at the high school are accused of doing that affected students grades.
from ktvu fox2 news. this is mornings on 2. good morning. let's go right to our breaking news. interstate 80 where a big rig carried lots of chickens crashed off of highway 80. all westbound lanes have been blocked by debris, and emergency crews who had to round up hundreds of chickens, running on the roadway and on the hillside. >> we have been at the scene for hours. at this point, we do not know
when the road is going to reopen, do a quick stroke there is no eta of when the westbound lanes will reopen. they have been closed since just after 3:30 am this morning. i want to show you what is happening behind me. you can see officers are still rounding up those chickens. those cages are heavy and it takes quite a few people to lift just one cage. there live chickens inside of the cages. they are then being carried over to one of the animal control trucks where they will be taken away and given the care they need. there are three main things that need to happen before lanes reopen. they obviously need to take care of the issue with all of these chickens. they need to clear the debris left behind from this crash, and an engineer has to come out and check the structural integrity of that overpass because this hiit during the crash. i have had a chance to speak with a witness who says that the truck hit his vehicle as well. listen to this.>> i just saw all of the chickens jumping around, and some of them were still on top of that thing there.>> some of them look like
they were burnt to death, but i'm thankful that the driver is okay. he look like he was okay. >> all of the firemen trying to pick up the live chickens and put them in the vehicle. the ones that were disease, they were trying to put them off to the side of the road so that they could pick them up later.>> this crash happened around 3:40 am this morning. the officers say that the driver of a truck caring about 1000 chickens lost control, hit the overpass, hit a second vehicle, then burst into flames. when firefighters arrived, the truck was fully engulfed. they actually saw them several times throughout the morning spraying flames that shot up over the past few hours. a lot of chickens were able to escape. they were running all over the lanes of the freeway earlier this morning. they were rounding them up and trying to get them to safety. chp officers do not know coming
from. that will be part of the investigation. i want to show you some of the work that is being done.'s there is a bobcat earing some of the debris. they do want to reopen lanes but want to make sure that it is safe before they reopen. the driver was taken to the hospital to be evaluated. there is work to be done before they can reopen. there are detours in place but it will be slow. reporting live, elissa harrington, ktvu, fox2 news. let's go to sal with highway 80 westbound which is been shut down for the last three or four hours. i can only imagine what it is like out there. the backup is growing over the last few hours that we've been with this problem. it had started off as a backup but now it is back to interstate 80 with a look at some of the backup year.
you can see it is pretty slow as you drive on 80 westbound getting out to they still have plenty of work to do. also, people have been using 680 and 24. that commute has been extra- heavy because if you look at the venetian bridge, more people on that bridge, more the bay area commute. 80 westbound is look bad for the bay bridge. 24's been a bridges normal. you can see some of the east bay commutes are getting there slowdowns. it has been moderately heavy with the self-pay commute, and it is typically slow into the west alley. 7:33 am. we will go to steve with today's weather. cooler is the word after yesterday's monsoon showers. a few isolated thundershowers. that push north. bro z breezy for some. a hot day for some, but down from 81 to 77. napa, down three. san jose, both at 85 yesterday
and now down to 78. a lot of this is out toward the valley and is heading towards nevada. there will be another round of activity there. thunderstorms which were firing up yesterday, they will continue. they are taking aim right now it tahoe and points north. that will be coming out rsfield desert. it's going to be a very active day for some. not for us. 50s and 60s on the thames. there is an onshore wind gusting to 30. even out to the ultimate pass. more of a onshore breeze with cooler temps in the 60s, 70s, and 80s. students in oakland castle martin high is learning this morning that their school is at the center of a cheating scandal but it doesn't involve the students directly. we are live in the newsroom to explain what is going on. good morning. >> reporter: morning to you, frank. in a bit of a twist, the accused cheaters in this case are teachers and
administrators. the allegations are that some faculty are misusing an online teaching system that is supposed to help students after they fail a class. the district uses a digital learning system from a company called apex learning. when a student fails a class, they have the opportunity to retake that class online. is referred to as credit recovery, and it is one of the features that attracts districts to the apex system.>> and orange unified, we had our own district learning program but we were looking for a complement to help with credit recovery solutions. one of the things we really liked about apex was the fact that it was rigorous, and we thought that the online content bestmatch the some teachers and administrators at castle mont specifically or going into the apex system and boosting scores. it is reported that each year, 30% of castle months students fail to graduate, the motivation is to increase the
graduation rate ensuring more students pass. the oakland unified school district says they have not found any evidence of any wrongdoing but is looking into the situation. the district is going to be addressing these cheating allegations at a news conference this afternoon. it may announce that it is hiring an outside investigator to look into these allegations. so far, this issue is isolated to castle martin high school, but there are many other high schools in oakland. we will have to wait to see if these incidents are isolated or more widespread. in the newsroom, mornings on 2 news. jury jeweled rations continue this morning in the ghost warehouse trial in oakland. they are asking for the testimony of freeland. freeland testified that he visited the ghost warehouse after an arson two years before the fire that killed 36 peof th
material packed inside the building, but freeland said he never got a response when he asked others in the fire department to investigate.>> we view it very welcome lee. it is a note that indicates that they are still in the midst of significant deliberations. >> ktvu is also learned that attorneys have again asked for a mistrial, the grounds for which are under rep. they denied the motions on tuesday and of the presence of the jury and will consider the motion today. reporting from the sports room as he has been every day of the trial, you can read the daily firstname.lastname@example.org. onto politics. democratic presidential candidates are making climate change a central theme of their campaign. candidates have been in new york last night to tell the voters what they would do as president to do with the effects of climate change. several of the candidates
support the green new deal, including senators bernie sanders, elizabeth warren,, how --, harris and cory booker. >> it is in xo central threat to who we are as species. >> in effect, they can say, well, if congress get serious about climate change, it is going to bite into our bottom- line.>> the x essential threats that exist today exist due to climate change. cement governor joe biden's climate change plans for $1.7 million to convert to clean energy by 2021. one man is and charged is charged if convicted. the blaring train horn in the middle of the night. we will find out if the company
will make any changes to the train horn coming up. tell us what is coming up, might. coming up in the next hour, in the wake of mass shootings of mass school campuses. what schools are doing to keep students safe in the event of an active shooter. still to come on "the nine", where trying alternatives with the california company "before the butcher. dr.
wall, among the top issues facing president trump this morning. what started as a news briefing on hurricane dorian, the president talk to reporters on a range of topics. they did not talk if the meeting with beijing would still occur this month, but he did talk about reaching out to the chinese government this week in hopes of resolving the trade dispute. >> they said that we really have bipartisan support. if you look at it, and if the support is very serious, we are not playing games. >> at an announcement, he said that nearly $2 billion would go to treat opioid addiction. president trump once again will be stating that hurricane dorian remained offshore and fema funds will not be needed
as much. a rapper found dead at his home on september 7th of last year. according to the toxicology report, miller died of an accidental overdose calls by mature fentanyl, cooking, and alcohol. he was only 26 years old. we are announcing the arrest of cameron james pettit. he is a hollywood hills man who is been charged with federal narcotics trafficking offenses in relation to last year's death of malcolm james mccormick, better known by his stage name mac miller. esther pettit allegedly sold drugs to mr. miller two days before his overdose death.>> he could face a maximum sentence of 20 years in jail if convicted. renewed backlash over plans for a drive-through. many people against the drive through told city leaders it will not stop fighting.
the city is considering a plan that would put the restaurant in the downtown area at second avenue and north main. some people from the neighborhood say they are not just against amy's being built there, they are against any draft are being built near their home. they went against this contractor before. they said traffic is already bad in the neighborhood area, and a drive-through would make it worse. amy's says they are hoping to open its doors in downtown walnut street by the end of 2020. not to a follow-up on the overnight smart train testing living near the tracks in the north bay. the smart train board said they will be several more days of testing beginning this weekend. they will test on friday and saturday nights, and the remaining test are yet to be determined. neighbors are laing about them blaring their horns in the
middle of the night. they expect the smart trains signals operate for pedestrians and cars. once testing is complete, quite is and will go into effect. let's toss it over to sal and see how highway 80 is doing with a big rig and chickens.>> reporter: this is been cleaned up. it blocked all lanes of westbound interstate 80 coming out through san pablo dan road. it is been blocked since then, and here we are going almost on four hours of this closure. traffic is going to be slow all the way back. i can pull the mac map back. it is backed up almost to highway four. just because of the closure. what is happening is people are being taken off the freeway and put right back on. obviously that is not adequate for morning commute. people are using 680 and the venetia bridge. that has been larger than
normal. from people who drive from concorde walnut creek, it is alsocrowded. that is going to affect is a ty about 20 minutes. 880 is beginning to get slower. for the south bay commute, i do want to mention if you take a t struck and killed a person along the track. there are delays. you should go to the website and figure it out. i will tell you that you probably will not stay in time if you take caltrain on the schedule. let's go to steve with today's weather. it will be a cooler pattern after a couple of very hot days inland. yesterday, we added humidity to the mix. all of that monsoon clouds, gave us showers and thundershowers. not today. there is a lot of gray behind us, steve, over the oakland
alameda estuary. digger fog banks, it is breezy to wendy for some. they had gust up to 30 miles per hour already. upper 60s to low 70s, there will be a westerly breeze. upper 60s and 70s should covered. maybe a light jacket. it will be cooler but not that bad. work as ties today, slighting a below average. when you get this big of a fog bank, that is a sign that temperatures are on their way down and they will be. areas east to us, it is close. about -- probably still off in the distance. it will head up to classical and there will be a lot developing in this sierra nevada. it looks like an active day. already beginning to funnel and toward tahoe. turkey as well. watch out for the lightning strikes of their. this may go tonight and maybe into tomorrow.
you can see there is so much coming up from the high desert in southern california and also in the san joaquin valley where it is already pretty active. 50s and 60s on the thames. water temps have come way, way down. 63 to 58. they were 60 up to 64 last week. there is a gust. for us, it will be a low cloud deck. 60s for some near the coast. 70s and then 80s mainly for the bay. cooler for everybody, i would think today. a system dropping in on saturday which will pick up on saturday afternoon. the wins will pick up and maybe look, maybe feel very fall like by the end of next week. today, 6070s and mainly 80s. we were in tmid 90s yesterday. there could be a slight up on friday. then it is all downhill. cooler weather on the way from next week.>> we are due. the green plastic army men have already been an iconic toy. one little girl said women done -- women are not included. in the next hour, the letter
donation at a college in kentucky yesterday. he stepped down at this -- is the ceo louisville pizza train in 2017. he was accused of using a slower door a company conference call. it will have a profound impact on his capacity to serve our city, state, and nation. a huge rally on wall street this morning. this time, trey talks with china are responsible for a good day of stocks. we would take a look at dollars and cents. good morning.>> reporter: trey talks between u.s. and china are expected to continue next month in washington dc, and the chinese commerce ministry indicated it is important for both sides the opening bell ran this morning, nearly 200,000 jobs were added in august.
that is more than wall street expected and wall street honor the work of the red cross this morning during that opening bell ceremony of the efforts that are just beginning because of hurricane dorian. word of the new trey talks sent stocks soaring right when the bell rang. take a look at the live look take a look at the big board. the nasdaq is back above 8000 again. 8115. eight almost of 2%. the s&p 500, it is up 1/2% as well. one of the biggest sellers of sporting goods is reviewing its policies on gun sales. dick's sporting goods has already stopped selling goods a 135 of its stores. now, they are looking at how that affected overall sales. there are another 600 stores that still sell ammunition and guns, but after last year's shooting in florida, they stopped selling assault style rifles and high-capacity magazines at all of its
stores. on facebook, a server that hundreds of millions of phone numbers linked to a facebook account, it was unprotected. that means a hacker can access the information, reset the password for any accounts associated with that phone number, that includes bank accounts and online shopping accounts, user phone numbers have not been made public since facebook restricted access more than a year ago. facebook says it has taken down that information. district -- the trump administration is giving the energy department the right to choose what kind of light bulbs they want. the president told reporters and more efficient light bulbs are not worth the cost. environmental groups and lawmakers say the move is a mistake because the bulbs save consumers billions of dollars on energy bills and reduces tons of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.
this was first implemented under george bush and finalized under the obama administration was supposed to begin with this coming january. the trumpet ministration says they are going to go back on that and we will see where it goes from here. >> lots of changes in our world. the warriors of gone to san francisco. the arena at the coliseum conference, the new name for the building known as oracle arena is now just oakland arena. big red letters spelling oracle taken down last month. the oakland arena will still continue to host conferences such as disney on ice. kiss, the jonas brothers and others will be here this year. the arena will rock on. stefan curry visiting the brand- new chase center for the first time. he was at the new arena san francisco about financial health and physical fitness. steph curry hosted the sweat
working event and partnership wiwell-known workout instructor, angela day. prior to the event, head of the first onset concert set to go tomorrow night. i saw our player canvas and stuff at our practice facility that we will be at everyday grinding and getting better.>> staff and the workers play their first preseason game at the chase center against the lakers. metallic and the symphony will christened the arena with a concert tomorrow night. we are following a major crash on 880 this morning. we're live at the scene with a look getting those lanes back open and the chickens back
in their food. hurricane dorian is inching close into the carolinas. we are tracking the system and getting a look at some of the destruction left behind in the bahamas as the death toll rises. good morning. we still see a lot of slow traffic. i'm not even talking about the big problem on 80. slow traffic on every area of the commute. we will talk about that in just a minute.
many people are still recovering from hurricane florence. the bay area morning the loss of many in a boat fire. we learn many -- more about the lives lost. good morning everybody. welcome back to mornings on 2. it is thursday, september 5th . we will get to breaking news on interstate 80 where a big rig caring hundreds of live chickens crashed and caught fire early this morning. drivers have been told to take alternate routes to avoid this area. elissa harrington near pablo dam road, are crews making progress in clearing the scene, alyssa?>> reporter: of the past hour, they've made a lot of progress. they have a dump truck full of debris. we saw them getting all the debris ainit in the dump truck one thing that did happen about 30 minutes ago is that the express way was
showing they had to put more of a fire out. they had to round up chickens wandering around on the freeway early this morning with a truck that was transporting this chickens crashed. we just heard from animal control about what they're doing here. listen to this. both of our trucks were full of live birds. that is probably at least somewhere around 200 birds in those two vehicles that are there now. i suspect there is probably close to 400 or 500 more. not sure many how many are live and how many are dead. >> we hed these birds are being transported to a poultry trance -- processing plant. we have seen firefighters running after the chicken, picking them up and putting them back in the animal control truck. there were injured chickens.
a lot were injured. they will likely be euthanized. the other chickens may continue on through the processing plant. it is up to the owner where they go next. half of them died in the fire. we are not getting an exact number at this point. they are saying several hundred to 1000 total were on the back of that truck but we do know is this crash happened just after 330 this morning with the driver lost control, hit the side of the overpass, and hit another vehicle.>> when our officers arrived, they discovered that the truck tractor combination, they had live chickens. they lost control of the vehicle for reasons we are still investigating. he swerved to the right. he struck part of the -- i'm going to point. the concrete over crossing to the front, just before on the side. it was in the westbound direction of 80. he was an able to swerve over to the left. he struck another vehicle, and
before he came to the center divide area here. >> we don't know what company these chickens were with. the driver was taken to the hospital with what we are told are minor injuries. the driver of the second vehicle was not hurt. we spoke with him and he said he is glad he is alive. there are three things that need to happen before they can reopen the westbound lane. they need to take care of all of these chickens. there are still several hundred chickens in these cases and there are cages that are very heavy. they are opening them up and transporting the animals back to the animal control truck. they are bringing in a horse trailer as well because there are so many of them to help get them out of the area as soon as possible. they need to continue clearing all of the debris and get the trucks towed from the scene. and then third, their engineers on scene. they are checking the structural integrity of the overpass to make sure it is okay. that big rig did slam into it pretty hard this morning. reporting live, alyssa with
fox2. how far is that traffic and walnut creek and that is at a pressure to this commute. people who just woke up, they do not take 80, they may have ignored the crash on 80 because they don't use it. look at all of this. we have had a couple of crashes in the backup, and it is been jammed dumbing down to walnut creek and highway 24, connected back to where you want to be. that is been very slow as well. if you know someone or maybe that is you are you know someone that you are expecting from these commutes, they are going to be late. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. people are trying to get here, and it is been a tough commute around the bay area.
some commutes look more normal than others. the father where you get from the truck crash, the more normal it looks. at 8:05 am, let's go back to the desk. and has been a little bit weird this morning, steve. >> the most fog we have seen in your traffic cams all week so far. temperatures were hot for some yesterday. mid 90s. it will be cooler for almost everybody today. the fog will be back but it will be back with a slight bump. the wind picks up on saturday. it will be very fall like around here. the typical -- temperature trend starts to go down. that will be for san jose. 85 yesterday. 78 today. the monsoon moisture is there. some of it may be easton celano. a lot of this is pushing off towards the high country and that will fire up more thunderstorms where they don't want the light kneeing strikes
because of the fire danger. it does look like it is in tahoe's near future. they will get some afternoon eating. for us, we are on the driver side but we have a lot of low clouds. 50s and 60s with lows that haven't budged all morning long. concord is up to 25. west at napa. west at oakland. low cloud that, it will be slow to burn off, maybe not at all for some today. that is leading to a cooler pattern. 60s, 70s, and 80s. hurricane dorian right now hitting the southeast coast with heavy wind and rain as it heads right toward the carolinas as a category three storm. is ray bogan reports, the streets are already flooded and thousands of people have lost power.>> reporter: hurricane dorian picking up speed and power overnight as it swirls up the east coast. the storm is threatening to batter shorelines as far north as southern virginia dropping drenching rain and sending waves crashing while creeping closer to land.>> this is a
real danger, and it is clear that we are going to have a lot of water. >> reporter: florida dodging a direct hit, but we are seeing the endangering storm surges. to the north, people are preparing for dorian. it may shift to the -- the navy may shift its ships to head out to safety. in north carolina, many on edge less than a year after hurricane florence slammed the region. summer still waiting for home repairs. >> i'm blessed with what i have right now compared to the people in the bahamas. >> reporter: on the ravaged island, fake smoking the emotional return home to survey the damage. surprised by the other devastation left by the storm.>> it is overwhelming. >> reporter: thousands of people trying to clean up.
a number of people were found dead. >> i spoke with president trump who is expressed and pledged the assistance of the united states. >> reporter: according to the national hurricane center, hurricane dorian is expected to weaken between now and friday. in charleston south carolina, ray bogan, mornings on 2 -- box 3. gearing up once dorian passes through, fema has pre- positioned more than 1000 tractor-trailers with food and water.>> is dorian moves storms approach, we will keep the warnings of your local officials. they are tropical storm warnings and the are posted rig the u.s. coast guard is working to rescue folks in the bahamas.
stay with us. in the next hour, we will take you like to south carolina. you can also get updates anytime on social media and ktvu.com. this morning, search crews are returning to the santa barbara coast to look for the last victim of the deadly boat fire. so far, they've recovered 33 dead bodies. the current diebold is upside down under 65 feet of water. investigators are using sonar to map the wreckage. the ntsb said it could take up to 2 years to determine the cause of the fire. the board will release a preliminary report by the end of next week without declaring a cause. it is heartbreaking. this was a horrific tragedy, and it is clear that they are devastated, and our hearts go out to them. those families are why we are here. that is why we do the job that we do.>> more information is coming out regarding all of the lives that were lost. to victims, then garcia and silica were longtime apple employees. they brought of long their daughter who was celebrating their seventh 17th birthday. the other was lisa fielder. she loves photography and
worked at a hairstylist in a salon in marin county. a gunman opened fire on deputies, injuring a sergeant. a blue alert has been issued for the suspect. authorities identifying the 61- year-old guadalupe lopez herrera. he impish deputies at 3:30 pm yesterday afternoon. it happened as they were following up on a domestic violence case south of merced. shasta police say the suspect began shooting at them from the bushes when they arrived at the home. the deputies returned fire and the government got away. the sergeant he was hurt was not badly injured and should recover. authority say the suspect was last seen driving a 2013 gmc sierra pickup with the license plate on your screen. there is growing concern about keeping guns off of school grounds in the wake of mass shootings. what one school is specifically doing to get students safe in the event someone opens fire on campus. enjoying the station they love so much.
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bill in the mail. >> the program will replace the aging toll infrastructure of the seven state owned bridges with a reliable and accurate system capable of supporting cashless toll lanes.>> the committee will work on a timetable to make a change. current estimates expect changes to take effect in the next five years. after day, a one-time powerhouse radio station is changing its tune.>> they are switching the longtime classic. how the station is saying goodbye to his longtime listeners. they are doing that by rebroadcasting some of the most popular shows and also some important moments in bay area history. we were listening in the live track and they just finished rebroadcasting a concert when the beatles performed at candlestick park in 1966. they aired that concert mostly in its entirety, about 40
minutes long. this is all part of the day special programming for its final day on the year. it is 10 at 10. 10 great songs from one great year.>> tenant 10 is another popular program that listeners will remember. the long-term dj would play 10 songs from the same year along with clips and headlines and trivia from that year. you can also catch several episodes of tenant 10 throughout the day until midnight. gave august been on the air as a music station for 50 years and will and its run as a music station tonight when it switches over to knbr sports radio. they recently named k faulk a legendary station and featured some of the original photos from the facebook page. they announced they were switching to expand to the sports radio audience.
k fogg at ers with the station. big rick stewart is what made the station so unique.>> they display this wide variety of music and introduced new artist and played classic artists because the listeners would let us do that. we could go from los lobos to indie rock to whatever. it all just worked. it was a magical time, which was a long time. in 2005, atlanta-based program bought k fogg. they ended some of their most popular programs like tenant 10. k fog has one last day and they will broadcast their most popular live from the archive concerts.
they will have a full program of that between 6 am when it started until midnight tonight. at midnight tonight, they will switch over to the sports program, knbr. speed delivery compy policies to guarantee they will earn at least $15 an hour for all hours worked. less, pay the irs mileage rate and payroll taxes. national organizers say they have already succeeded in getting some companies not to include that money is part of their base earnings. the san francisco waterfront landmark will undergo a renovation project to one building damaged by weather. it is getting a paint job to restore the location to its
original gray color. the public money is being used for this renovation. the project is expected to take two years. the big story continues to be the interstate on 80. it is affecting all of the county now. >> the problem is they are going around 80. a lot of the people who live in places like the solano county region across the bridge are deciding instead of going on 80, which you can see has a significant backup, people are using the venetian bridge and crossing over two 680. there been a couple of racks, but highway four is also feeling the effect. imagine this. if you live in antioch, and the truck accident in the richmond area has affected you, and it certainly has, hundred 24 is very slow. this whole morning has been really jacked it up by that crash as people have been using other freeways. everything else is been the same, steady and slow. as we get farther away, it is been not affected very well by
the crash. as we get to the south bay, this is been the typical slow commute. some good news if you want to look at the bright side, the and insula slightly better than it was yesterday although still slow from san mateo into redwood city from southbound 101. let's bring stephen with today's weather. we will get right to it here. a much bigger fog bank. a lot of that monsoon moisture, the hot, humid conditions with a few isolated showers yesterday as in the valley. it is not being focused over us. it is being pushed eastward. it is been a big-time show up in the mountains and also in the mother load, but not for us. cooler is the main message for us going forward. we have the weather forecast. upper 60s to low 70s when the angels take on the a's. 6070s and 80s and only livermore's where they should be on the high side. everyone else is a bit below. from august through september, that is a rarity. you can see a lot of the
monsoon. it is still coming up in the ballot it is taking direct aim up to reno. it is been pretty good thunderstorm activity popping up. around plaster ville, auburn, keep that a manager going up 50 or 80. a lot of that is just to the east of us. that these and 60s on the thames. didn't change much. the brazier has. it was nonexistent yesterday. it is roaring for some this morning. especially at the ultimate pass, 29, 30 miles per hour. very active thunderstowell as i the biggest day of seen in a while. a cooler pattern for everybody today. temperatures on the way down. the wind will pick up saturday evening. this is dropping in and as that does, that will give us a little hint of fall they are. as we go into the sunday, monday, tuesday timeframe. without onto a couple of 90s. i think they will disappear for a few days as it gets much cool
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from fox2 news, this is mornings on 2. morning. we are glad you are with us. >> let's go straight back to the breaking news we've been covering throughout the morning in the east bay. this is where a big rig carrying hundreds of live chickens crashing cop fire on interstate 80 at san pablo dam road. drivers have been told to avoid the area. elissa harrington is by the san pablo dam road. have those lame still been shut down? stroke they been shut down for four hours now. these cages are so heavy that they are lifting the cages with a forklift. and they are driving them over to a force horse trailer where the chickens are being taken to animal control. they are still clearing the scene. a lot to do. earlier this morning, we had firefighters and chp office
members chasing chickens off of the freeway and trying to get them off of the road. officers tell us they were concerned that the chickens would make it over to eastbound lanes and calls more issues.>> glory to god. i thought i was going to be dead this morning. i got a chance to see the full power of a truck hitting a barrier. usually you don't have the chance to see it or be in one.>> reporter: the driver lost control and hit the side of an overpass by the dam pablo -- san pablo dam road. i had a chance to speak with the driver of the second
vehicle. that is who you heard from. he said he feels lucky to be alive. again, chp officers are still on scene. they do not have an eta on when lanes will reopen. but they say that they need to clear the debris, get all of the chickens out of fear. they did tell me that these chickens are with pittman farms which is in the fresno area.>> we don't want anyone else driving into something like this. we have to try to divert traffic to prevent cars coming into a big fire situation. and then if you see animals or something on the road, people have an answer -- natural tendency to swerve. the first officers on scene had to make sure they did, they did a good job of that.>> engineers have been at the scene to check the structural integrity of the overpass. they did just tell us that everything is fine. they say that area is fine despite getting hit by the big rig early this morning. the driver of the truck was injured and had to be taken to the hospital. the cause of the trash crash remains under investigation.
alyssa has been there since the start. they have been monitoring traffic conditions. it is had an effect on a lot of other commutes this morning. we are starting off with a region of 80 where the crashes. you can see for yourself or the crashes. obviously you still have slow traffic behind it, but you have a lot of people using 680 224, and that is pretty big pressure with not having any relief for that commute. you might even say that some people might be using 31 and 101. you never know where people are going to avoid 80 westbound at the bay bridge is moderate. we are looking at 80 getting into downtown oakland. looking at the south bay commute, that is busy as well, including 280. as we go to steve, i don't know
what that is. is that rain or -- >> drizzle. >> i was going to show you the exact same thing. look at that. we had reports of drizzle too. >> as you mentioned earlier, we have a lot of fog out there. >> a ton of it. it is going to be a lot cooler today. to our webcam, you can see the same thing. low clouds, cooler for most. i think that everybody cools off today. we got the morning fog again. maybe a slight bump up but not that big a deal. a hint of fall is on the way for saturday into early next week. it will be much cooler. the fun starts today. temperatures on the way down. some will drop by 10 degrees. in san jose, from 7588, some of that monsoon moisture still off to these but it will stay there. the conditions are not as favorable today as they were yesterday for us. the sierras are already beginning to see activity move- in. that is in the high country and
also if you're going to tahoe as well. in the san joaquin valley, moving up rapidly. we are already 1 to 5 degrees cooler than 24 hours ago. concord, 95. livermore, not today. the fog come along with a weak system pushing and has really ramped up the fog bank. i expect these to go down. i would not be surprised if you see upper 40s and low 50s by next tuesday or wednesday. winds picking up. we have gus 230 for some locations. we expect a very cool day here for some as the system moves in. it changes here, and we may hit the fall, for some of you. one school district is dealing with allegations of cheating at one of the schools. it is not the students who are the focus of the attention. we are live in the newsroom with more on the story.>> in this case, it is teachers and
administrators that are accused of doing the cheating. the focus is on one school, castle might i. the allegation is that some faculty has been going into a system and improving grades. the system is from a company called apex learning. apex provides digital learning to districts around the country. one of the programs they offer something called credit recovery. when assistant -- student fails the class, they have the opportunity to retake the course online. >> and orange unify, we had our own district program but we were looking for something to help us accomplish credit recovery solutions. it is rigorous, and we found the online content bestmatch the california state standard. >> the accusation is that some faculty have gone into the system and manipulated to ensure the students passed. each year, 30% of castle mont students fail to graduate.
right now, the only students at the center of this controversy is castle mont. the oakland school district said they have not found any wrongdoing but they're looking into it. at 130 this afternoon, the district is holding a news conference to talk about what it is doing which may include hiring an outside investigators. it is 8:36 am. the woman who was sexually assaulted by a stanford swimmer, brock turner, stepping forward and typically i denting by -- identifying herself. chanel miller is releasing a book about her attack a stanford. for the past four years, she is only been known to the public as emily doe. is a law professor, michelle led the successful recall of the judge who sentenced turner to 6 months in jail. it was miller's decision to go public. >> many people will gain a greater understanding of the experience of sexual assault victims from reading the book. i think it is important to
remember that her case is not unique. >> this case led to judge christie being voted out of office in a recall as many call turner's six-month jail sentence a slap on the wrist. a man accused of intentionally driving on a sidewalk will be in court. is expected to enter pleas to a counts of attempted murder and two additional charges of a crimes. rustic interstate was back in april when he targeted three pedestrians waiting to use a crosswalk because he thought they were muslim. he faces life in prison if convicted on all counts. jury deliberations continue this morning and the go ship warehouse trial in oakland. the new jury sent its first note to the judge yesterday asking for the testimony of oaklands fire captain george freeland. freeland testified he visited the go ship warehouse after a 2014 arson outside the building. that was two years before the fire that killed 36 people. he testified he was very concerned about all of the material trapped inside but freeland said he never got a response when he asked others
in the fire department to investigate.>> we view it very welcome lee. it is still in the midst of significant deliberations. >> they have also learned that attorneys have asked for a mistrial. the grounds for which are under wrap. the judge denied harris's motion on tuesday outside the presence of the jury and will consider almeida's motion today. a crime reporter will be in the courtroom today as he has been every day of the trial. you can read his blog at ktvu.com. a man facing prison if convicted of contributing to mac miller's accidental overdose. coming up, what one little girl did that inspired a toy company to make toy army women. cooper!
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he is a hollywood hills man who is been charged with federal narcotics trafficking offenses in relation to last year's death of malcolm james mccormick. that are known by his stage name, mac miller. mr. pettit allegedly sold drugs to mr. miller two days before his overdose death.>> edit could face a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison if convicted. a renewed protest against amy's drive-through. basil -- the neighbors have said they did not want the some people from the neighborhood said they are against any drive through being built in their area. they fought this before when amy's tried to put in a drive through in the same spot. a new drive-through, they feel,
would only make it worse.>> these residential streets are cul-de-sacs and dead ends. this is the only controlled intersection the people who work or live here can use to come in and out of it>> we saw there was overwhelmingly a lot of report -- support from walnut creek. we are doing our best to address those with concerns. >> the meeting lasted for more than three hours. now the developers are waiting for approval from the planning commission. m amy's hopes to open their doors by 2020. lending is a san francisco- based startup that provides half of the down payment of a home for up to $120,000 per family. in exchange, the company will get a portion of any gains or losses when the house is sold. again, the school's president said they were encouraged by
the program success in alameda county with k-12 schools. we can save enough. this problem on 80 at san pablo dam road has affected the entire morning commute. there is no resolution in sight. >> there isn't, although i suspect that with the progress they are making, this will not be an issue for the evening commute. evening commute goes the other way, was just talking to someone and he said he had to go to hercules on eastbound 80. eastbound 80 really is not been affected that much. you can go ahead and go that way. hopefully in the next few hours, they will be able to open the freeway and the traffic will dissipate. a lot of people are already at work. there still a backup on highway four or from highway four into richmond. look at all of eastern plains. it has not cleared up yet. the rest of the commute around the bay area, thankfully, is
thankful. even though it is slow into the valley and onto the peninsula. a huge fog bank this morning. a couple of reports of drizzle. the low cloud deck, really, it is a big change from yesterday. it is foggy in the city. we had the monsoon cloud cover, isolated showers. bigger fog bank but breezy to wendy. i would take a jacket. a really would. upper 60s. there will be some low clouds around. sunny, but it usually clears anyway. there will be a little bit of a breeze for the a's versusthe angels. it will start climbing into the mountains and into tahoe. it looks to be pretty active day. it is already funneling in. most locations are going to have pretty good activities as far as thunderstorms go today
with all of the energy coming off of the high desert and also from the southern end of the san joaquin valley. a lot of these are pushing off of these. you will be able to see it but it will be over for us. we are running 1 to 5 degrees cooler than 24 hours ago. i expected to go 5 to 25 degrees cooler. last week, when it was really warm, you're probably saying oka why's it so much cooler? because the water terms of gone down, down to, down. i expect that will continue. a robust fresh breeze for some. that pushes a lot of the monsoon moister to the east. there's plenty there if you're going to the mountains. watch out for this. for us, will be a great day on the coast. 60s, 70s, 80s. police can --: continues. a system moves in for a pretty big into fall going into the weekend or early next week. finding smart devices that are compatible with your living situation. coming up on the nine, a house
8:49 am now. hurricane dorian in the tray -- and the trade were with china are the main issues facing the president this morning. >> what started as a news briefing on hurricane dorian, the president talk to reporters on a wide range of issues. he will not say whether negotiations will continue with beijing this month, but he did
say that two senators reached out to the chinese government in hopes to settle the trade dispute. >> i approved of the meeting, and all they did is say that we really have bipartisan support. if you look at it -- in this report is very serious. we are not playing games.>> on the topic of opioid addiction, the president criticized china for going off -- back on a promise to cut off opioids. he also said because hurricane dorian has remained offshore, financial relief has not been needed as much as previously forecasted.>> the trumpet ministration said they are giving people the power to decide what kind of light bulbs that more efficient light bulbs are not worth the cost. environmental groups and democratic lawmakers say the statement is a mistake.
it does reduce millions of greenhouse gases from entering the atmosphere. a huge rally happening on wall street this morning. trade talks continues. morning again. when word came in the trade talks are back on, stocks went up. the chinese commerce ministry indicated that it is important for both sides to work together to complete a successful deal. trade representatives from the u.s. and china say they will meet again next month in washington dc. the other good news that came in with the opening bell rang this morning, nearly 200,000 jobs were added in august. that is more than wall street expected. that is also helping things out. ball start -- wall street honored the work of the red cross and the efforts just beginning because of hurricane dorian. a live look at dow jones. still holding onto about a 1/2% gain. 435 points.
26,007 91. the nasdaq, not only above 8000, it is at 8104 come up more than 1/2% as well. the s&p 500 up about 1 1/3% to 2977. one of the biggest sellers of sporting goods in the country is revealing its policies on gun sales. exporting goods of artie stop selling guns a 135 of its stores. now, it is looking at how that is affected overall sales. there are another 600 stores that still sell ammunition and guns. after last year's shooting it parkland high school in florida, the retailer stopped selling assault style rifles and high-capacity magazines at all of its stores. there's been another security lapse on facebook. a server that had hundreds of millions of access to information can really set the account with any of those phone numbers which includes bank
accounts and online shopping accounts, user phone numbers have not been public since facebook restricted access more than a year ago. facebook says it has taken down that information. when apple holds its annual event later this month, there will be a major difference. apple says the newest iphone will not be the major showcase this time and said the focus will be on the new arcade game subscription that will allow people to play games on any apple products. early reports say the subscription will cost five dollars a month. of course apple will also unveil its new iphone 11 and 11 probe. a lot of the analyst are saying that it is getting tougher for them to come out with something that makes everyone say "i need that. they came up with the plus. >> plus they lower the price.>> they are not doing that. it is a slightly better camera an option, but no.>> we talked about a. that is everyone's television now. keeping up with
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dmc toys. said they're woon details such as regulation, here, and poses to ensure they are accurate. the san francisco zoo is celebrating its anniversary. they are offering special activities and free admission. it is part of the good neighbor event. every thursday is targeted to different bay area communities including santa clara today. the police at arbuckle elementary are in the santa cruz mountains. for many children, this is the first time they have camped overnight. officers wanted to give the children the chance to see what is beyond their neighborhood and enjoy the great outdoors. >> when i first came here, i was, like, what. like, oh my gosh. i was pretty emotional. >> on our way here, there were several kids that said i have
never seen the mountains before.>> this is the beginning. police say they have other events planned to help the children see and do new things. they hope it will help create a sense of community. opening night at the san francisco symphony was a bittersweet night for the symphony's longtime conductor and longtime conductor prepares to retire. michael tilson thomas has been the music director for 25 years. he first debuted with the san francisco symphony in 1974 it held numerous jobs before coming back to the bay area. tomorrow night, he will leave the orchestra as he plays along with metallica at the chase center.>> the relationship we have crafted with the symphony is very special. being the very first event at the chase center with metallica -- >> it is an honor for me to be here. i look forward to it and hopefully he will see how much he is appreciated in the city by all of the love and support from everybody that is here for him.>> ralph thomas will be
replaced by esta becca salamander will take over in september of next year. struck this morning, we are gearing up for an exciting season from san francisco op, from performances in the park to the stage. plus, an upgrade to the meat alternatives of years past. we are sampling the new family of plant-based burgers. debunking some of the myths about a smart home, and how compatible devices can help you through the day. a morning. it is thursday. we have made it this far. most people work a monday through friday week. is one of my former colleagues used to say, it is friday eve.
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