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mikaelian. >> and good morning, i'm dave clark. we get to find out if steve is still concerned about winds on this monday morning. >> no. not your higher elevations, but the worst is over. temperatures have now been warming up. there is some pretty good gusts at mount diablo, and st. helena. diablo, 53-miles-an-hour. marin county, 33 miles plus, and there is rain in southern california. sand sand looks like it's just about ready to go south of l.a. for us, 30s, 40s, and 50s to start. we'll end up with lots of sun. would not be surprised to get a couple of mid-70s. already seeing 20s to 50s on the current temps. wind driven versus not and everything is sunshine and warmer temperatures. all right, sal, in about eight minutes i'm going to ask you what's the best way to get from scotts valley to san mateo. so i'll explain
coming up. >> okay. that's a tease. >> i don't want to surprise you. now you know. >> i can already think about it. thank you, steve. let's go and see what we have for this quick traffic report as steve mentioned we have a more robust update coming up. winds are there and it's not as windy as it was yesterday as you heard steve say, moderate, 880, driving through downtown -- to downtown oakland. san mateo bridge is okay. we do have that serious issue on 87 and kertner. deadly crash southbound is affecting northbound, 85 and 101 are also slow. we'll hit that a little bit more when we come back next time. it's 7:01. let's go back to gasia. and back to breaking news we've been following in the east bay, one person has been killed and another is injured in an early morning house fire in east oakland. it started just after 4:00 a.m. pretty close to 98th avenue and the 880 freeway. cristina rendon has more on this investigation and the deadly fire. >> reporter: a sad morning for
the people who were staying inside the home here on mal-ta court. i was speaking to one of those people who said four people were living inside when the fire broke out. one of them, a friend of his did not make it out of the house. he says the owner of the home lets people stay and come and go if they don't have a place to live, so that's why it was kind of a transient living situation from officials. this fire was massive. it started around 4:00 a.m. this morning. the 911 call came into oakland fire around 4:15, and we even spotted the smoke and flames shooting up into the air as we were driving on interstate 880, between 98th, and davis street. oakland fire said this was a two-alarm fire that broke out multiple engines, roughly three dozen firefighters. a person who was living inside the home sadly did not make it out. one person was treated for smoke inhalation, and the men we've been speaking to this morning says they were
getting ready to paint the kitchen when there was a large piece of plastic that got too close to the heater. >> and i ran to the kitchen door and i saw fire coming from the heater. so the big piece of plastic that was leaning against the heater caught on fire. i grabbed -- i ran and grabbed the plastic and i pulled it through the house all the way down to the wash room. when i went to run back up, the whole house caught on fire so fast. >> reporter: oakland fire says the cause. fire is still under investigation. it's too soon to determine a cause. they do tell us though that flames did threaten a neighboring home, and it appears that it burned part of the roof, but we're told the family was evacuated from that house will be allowed to return, and at this point, we haven't received word from fire officials on whether or not the fire is fully contained. at last check it was not. it appears they're still doing some work
inside the home. the house is completely gutted. just again to recap one person did die inside of that home and another was treated for smoke inhalation, but that person is expected to be okay. live in oakland, cristina rendon, fox 2 news. 7:04. also new this morning a deadly fire in the community of bedega in sonoma count is being investigated. it started at a home on salmon creek road engulfed in flames. firefighters couldn't get to the victim until that fire was under control. the victim reportedly is a man in his 70s. and we have new information to tell you about a shooting in hayward near medford and standish avenues after 10:30 last night. alameda county sheriff says two people are being treated for gunshot wounds after an argument. we're told one person pull you'd out a gun. there was a strugglel for the gun and both people were shot.
health officials in china reported another 97 people have died from the coronavirus. this springs the total number of deaths in china to 908 with two other dates outside of china. that's more than the 774 deaths linked to the sars epidemic between 2002 and 2004. there are more than 20,000 cases in a number of countries. there is still thousands of medical tests being processed for medical tests. the head of the world health organization plans to lead the coronavirus outbreak in china this week. doctors say their biggest concern is finding a way for the continuing spread of the disease. >> the areas we're worrying about is human to human transmission in healthcare facilities. >> scientists at the institute of health and maryland say they're in the early stages of developing the vaccine and say
there is no word how long it would take to become widely available. it's helpful to take the same steps to prevent flu infections, washing hands frequently, avoiding people who are are sick and staying home when you are sick. most flights between san francisco and china have been canceled because of the coronavirus, and the chronicle reports it's costing the city of san francisco thousands of dollars a day for several reasons. fewer flights mean the airlines are not paying as many landing fees at sfo. those fees can be as much as $1,000 for bigger jets and because fewer people are flying, there are fewer people spending money in the airport shops. san francisco owns and operates sfo. john lee cowell expected back in an east bay courtroom for his charges on murder and attempted murder. he's charged with killing nia wilson and severely injuring her sister on the platform of the oakland
macarthur bart station two years ago. during opening statements, the prosecutors showed video of the actual attack. cowell's lawyer admits he did commit the attack but says it was not premedicated. he suffers from schizophrenia and it was an act of impulse. a high-wind advisory remains in effect in parts of the bay area this morning following a powerful weekend windstorm. howling wind brought down trees and knocked down power lines all across the bay area. the wind also shattered a window on the 41st floor of the millennium tower of san francisco. one witness saw glass that was fallen on the outside of the tower. >> as far away, there was shiny pieces, like sparkling. let's actually really scary to be honest, because what if you are just walking and there is glass coming down. i hope nobody was in the area because it's a really scary thought.
>> a spokesman says someone who lives there left the window open and the intense wind caused that window to break. and we'll bring in ktvu's allie rasmus for a live update in the next hour and you can get weather updates by downloading our free ktvu weather app. 7:08. chp is still investigating after someone walking on highway 101 in south san francisco was hit and killed by at least one car. police say the person was walking north of grand avenue in the center divider and was hit about nine 30 p.m. that victim was pronounced dead at the scene, but police have not given us any other information. the driver of at least one car involved did stay at the scene. no arrests have been made. 7:08. some people still have high winds, and sal i noticed a lot of debris in the roads when i was driving in around town. >> absolutely. tree branches and the authorities just don't have enough time to clean it all up. there is a lot of it and as gasia mentioned be aware of
that. let's take a look at the commute through contra costa county. we have traffic on highway 4 through bay point and concord. these are routine slowdowns. you can see the toll plaza on the left and the flag still sticking straight out from the winds. it's not as windy as yesterday. 8 amount north and south not a bad commute. 880 is slow through hayward and into fremont. northbound 87 kertner is very slow. a pedestrian this morning, it's a deadly incident, san jose police still on the scene, and that's affecting northbound commute. northbound 885 is going to be slow and the rest of the valley is okay. now as i go to steve, i do have an answer for you. >> her name is tina, and she lives in scotts valley. today's her first day at a company called snowflake. have you heard of it? >> i haven't. >> in san mateo, they've partnered with sales force.
today's her first day on the job and she said should i take 101 or 280, and i said i'll and the man. >> i think it's 17, 85, and 280, because 101 is a little slower than 280 right now. >> there you go. tina, congratulations on your first day on the job. i learned about snowflake, massive funding. so any way. all right. let's get to it. winds have been front and center. these are some of the gusts from yesterday. things have tailed off. mount it will, 49. half moon bay, 48. concord, 47. sfo, san carlos, novato, 38 to 46. some of the stronger gusts, most st. helena. 74 and 87, and oakland hills, 62. nap a palo alto, 43 and 53. and i know mount st. helena has had gusts
of 60. there is rain in southern california. we could sure use some. it's just as far as the eye can see off the bay area. that's an offshore direction. there is no fog. it's a very dry air mass. 20s to 50s. 56 in berkeley. and also in the city. 38, 36, concord and also walnut creek. 37-morgan hill. 52 in santa cruz. san jose state's 54. cupertino's 33, so there are some huge differences either wind driven or it's not. phoenix, but not here. it will be sunny and 60s. the low would not be surprising mountain mid-70s. i saw santa rosa, 72. really quiet until the end of the week. we'll get cooler temps. it's still dry. 7:11. last night was hollywood's biggest night and one actress made a statement on the red carpet. coming up, how natalie portman made sure the women who were not nominated for
their directs still had a moment in the spotlight. also, bart is rolling out a new task force meant to help keep riders safe. we're live in the east bay with details on bart's ambassador program. ok, let me tell you what the 'it' is. as mayor, i expanded healthcare coverage. as president, i'll build on obamacare because healthcare is a right. i created nearly 500,000 jobs in new york city. as president, i'll build an economy that delivers good jobs with higher wages. i'll take on the gun lobby and save lives. and i will stop trump's assault on women's reproductive rights. i've got a record of doing things. i've got the resources to take on this fight. as mayor, i held myself accountable for results. as president, i'll offer common sense plans
to congress. $4.8 trillion plan. it wants more military spending and benefits for veterans, foreign aid and medicare are expected to see major cuts. and that plan calls for $2 billion in new funding for building a border wall. >> the state of new york says it will sue the trump administration over the decision to block new yorkers from epirolling in trusted traveler programs. that decision is in response to a law in new york that lets anyone in new york get a driver's license regardless of their immigration status. >> without access we cannot run a risk assessment and that is simply dangerous. >> the trump administration said it would remove the trusted traveler ban if new york granted them access to mostor vehicle records. they are saying it's just another state that doesn't
follow their agenda. and bart ambassadors are meant to be another layer of security. sara is live at the station to explain what the ambassadors can and can't do. >> reporter: there is a difference because these ambassadors are civilian employees. about the bart riders, we spoke with some of them and some feel they feel safe on bart and others are really hoping this program helps them. and of course there is a lot to figure out between the two. the goal of the program is to make passengers feel more comfortable and cut down on crime. it starts today at the lake merit station. these people aren't police officers but civilian employees who will be in uniform walking around trains. if there are any safety concerns or riders have questions or complaints, the ambassadors are there to help. if there is a big issue they can call an officer. the ambassadors
will work from 2:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. with extra coverage on studies and is the most heavily traveled section of bart between can i havic center station. between the evening commute they'll cover areas like the coliseum, and walnut creeks in the bay point. one commuter is desperate to feel safe on the way to work. >> i'm just running out of hope, and unfortunately, it's sad to say, but they come up with new stuff they also try to come up with new stuff, but we don't see the change and it's not fair for myself or other bart riders because we should feel safe on the way to home and work. >> reporter: the ambassadors wrapped up training last week, including how to deescalate situations and went to anti-bias training. in january, the board voted to fund a nearly $700,000
ambassador pilot program launching this afternoon at the lake merit bart station. in lafayette this morning, ktvu fox 2 news. >> starting this morning they'll be some other changes on bart. the other changes will happen on the antioch line with more service on the station, and pleasant hill heading into san francisco, now start in concord. some commute training will end in concord and pleasant hill. also morning service to warm springs? san francisco begins 5:00 a.m., 15 minutes earlier and can be planned through the online trip planner. and google has updates through you google apps. saved will bring up places you've book marked. contribute will let you share and review places and updates will show you places recommended by local experts. google is updating its live view and they'll have the current
local temperatures, and public transportation options. 7:19. sal is getting us through a very drew commute? >> it's dry. the winds are not as severe as they were yesterday when we did have advisories for drivers. they had pulled them up on many of the bridges. those have been taken down now. i want to mention a new crash we just talked about southbound 680 at bullinger canyon. there is a big rig blocking the right lane. the problem is that once the authorities get there, they're probably going to black more than just the right lane, especially when they have to right the truck. these are first reports, but does sound like it's going to start backing up traffic. if you are driving from alamo down to dublin. also looking at the rest of the commute here, concord to walnut creek and highway 4, it looks moderate. bay bridge toll plaza is backed up. i want to mention we have the east bay commute that's going to be okay. southbound 87 at kertner, we
have lanes taken away with a deadly, involving a bta train. northbound traffic is very slow past the scene. 7:19. let's bring in steve. we could use some rain, but it looks grim for us. there is nothing positive going forward. we should get one of our wettest months. santa ross a san francisco, san jose, and so far we haven't had a drop. it does not look like anything is going to fall this week. there is hints maybe on the weekend, but my guess is they'll take that out. they'll trend dryer on that and i've seen now through the 26th, some of the forecast projections and it's bone-dry over the bay area. you can take a look here. this is the european model and their projection is not very much. i don't think this will materialize, that's my two cents worth. strong winds kicked in as you know yesterday, may see a receipt of something similar, not as strong. another wind kind of event next sunday, as well
mount. 49. concord, 47. sfo 46, san carlos, 43. san jose 40, and novato, 38. as far as the eye can see, look at that offshore direction. everything is being pushed well out in the pacific. rain, southern california, also towards las vegas, phoenix, flagstaff has snow. mountains of southern california getting snow. 25-miles-per-hour at the delta. 20s and 50s. just crazy temps here, and even pebble beach is 54. watsonville is 41. santa cruz is 52. so there are some mild temps. look at the water temps. bodega, 50 cold degrees. and 50 at point res. it's wall-to-wall sunny once we get upper 60s, low-to-mid-70s. not surprised. pretty quiet to your wednesday. a little cooler towards the end of the week. a powerful storm striking parts of europe. next details on the impacts of the storm and why some of criticizing the government's response to it.
and we tell you how a marine station outside of san diego is honoring kobe bryant. huge tax breaks for the rich, while the middle-class continues to struggle. that's what happens when billionaires are able to control the political system. our campaign is funded by the working people of this country, and those are the people that i will represent. no more tax breaks for billionaires. we are going to guarantee health care to all people and create up to 20 million good paying jobs to save this planet.
at risk if they nominate me and i do believe we're a party at risk if we nominate someone who has never held a higher office than the mayor of south bend, indiana. >> here's some folks saying what business does the mayor of south bend, indiana have running for president. there are so many communities, rural areas, small towns, industrial cities, and evening pockets of our biggest cities who have felt completely left behind by the ways of washington. >> president trump is also campaigning in new hampshire, hosting a rally in manchester. the iowa democratic party awarded pete buttigieg the largest delegate count with 14 from the democratic presidential calks. now senator bernie sanders is calling for a partial recanvas of the results. a recanvas is not arrow count; it's a check to ensure the results were added correctly. senator sanders were added 12 delegates but has claimed a win
in the delegate count. and the storm caused widespread flooding yesterday and pounding waves closed down ports in europe. flooding made many roads impassable. train service was disrupted and two of the biggest airports grounded more than 100 flights. and watch here as we have video that shows a british airways jet struggling against strong winds and it comes down for a landing at london's heathrow airport yesterday. the plane touches down, bouncing still, and the pilot aborts the landing and we'll watch as the pilot decides to take off again. the plane landed safely on its second attempt. massive flooding in northeast oregon has prompted search and rescue teams to look for stranded victims. umatilla county, three hours east of portland was hit especially hard. the county will be using volunteers and partner agencies to continue search and rescue operations this week. at least 25 people have been rescued. more than 200 homes were
submerged by the flooding. seaworld is moving to phase out stunts that involve performers riding on dolphins. the animal rights group pita says it's finally convinced seaworld to end its dolphin surfing shows following a year of complaints. pita purchased enough shares to make proposals to the board and the only part that had dolphin surfing was seaworld san diego. dolphin shows will be allowed but 13ers will no longer stand on the animals. marine biologies have named a shack after the late laker star kobe bryant. the nba legend was said to be fascinated with sharks. he would sometimes get in the ocean waters of mexico with great white sharks all around him and a group of scientists that tracked sharks renamed shark number 24 to now kobe bryant. bryant of course wore the number 24 during much of his legendary career. a man shot and killed by
police officers in vallejo, still looking for answers, and the claims that have been filed against the richmond and vallejo departments. some of the biggest cities aren't necessarily the best for women in tech. find out which city came in at the very top for women working in tech and why. tom: my mom always told me actions speak louder than words. she was a school teacher. my dad joined the navy and helped prosecute the nazis in nuremberg. their values are why i walked away from my business, took the giving pledge to give my money to good causes, and why i spent the last ten years fighting corporate insiders who put profits over people. i'm tom steyer, and i approve this message. because, right now, america needs more than words. we need action.
protest the way the administration is handling it. good morning. thank you for joining us on mornings on 2 monday morning february 10th, i'm dave clark. >> and i'm gasia mikaelian. let's get you out the door. unfortunately, do you not need the umbrella. >> nothing in sight for that. l.a., san diego. not here though. doesn't help us. it might be a little cool for some here, but it's going to be a very mild to warm day, upper 60s, low 70s. kathy in napa valley, winds still cruising but not as crazy as yesterday. 34 yesterday, and mount st. helena with gusts of 60, and mount diabla, 56. there is a wind advisory north and east bayils. there is your rain in southern california. 30s to 50s on the temps. we aren't looking for anything but sunshine and warmer temps. 60s, and 70s. sal will tell us, you're looking at something? >> i'm looking at this truck, that we have with a truck that
overturned on 680. the latest information, now it's just kind of accessing it here. let me put it on the screen and show you where. it's southbound 680 near bolinger canyon road. it says it's not as severe as i thought. it's not blocking all the lanes. you're still getting through. i also want to mention highway 4 and 680 are slow and we have about a 15-minute delay. when we come back i'll show you more of that silicon valley commute which also has issues. 7:32 let's go back to the desk. in oakland a large fire killed one person and sent another to the hospital. the fire started early this morning on malta court and 880. flames destroyed the home of a neighbor, and the cause is still being investigated. one neighbor said there was still some construction work happening at the home, and a piece of plastic may have been leaning on a heater before the fire started. we have a crew at the scene getting more information. we'll bring you an update coming up at
the top of the hour. one person was killed after being hit by a bta light rail train this morning. there is no bta service between the kertner stations. a bus bridge is taking passengers between those two stations right now and if you are driving you may experience delays in both directions on highway 87. 7:33. we still have a high-wind advisory this morning in parts of the bay area after a powerful windstorm over the weekend. those winds were howling yesterday, knocking down power lines. we for castro valley, and pg&e is trying to get the power back on there, alie. >> reporter: good morning. because of this windstorm yesterday, you can still feel the wind this morning. still some pretty strong gusts. this
is some of the damage those winds caused yesterday. a massive eucalyptic tree trees came down yesterday. the road was blocked and when it came down, it pulled down some power lines and as we pan off to the left, you can see where that tree came down, just yanked some of the electrical wires out of the electrical posts here. we talked to some neighbors who heard it yesterday afternoon, and one neighbor said everyone can hear it and they came running outside. here's what she had to say. >> i saw it cross the highway. the wind had it looking like a little twig going back and front. >> now wind gusts yesterday throughout the bay area brought down trees and power lines in many towns and cities and the oakland hills, this giant tree toppled on to skyline boulevard taking some power lines with it,
as well. similar situations in parts of the berkeley hills and low-lying areas like alameda. several east bay regional parks were closed because of the potential hazard of falling tree says and branches. the okay lands zoo was closed, as well. and san francisco, a window on the 41st floor of the me lennium tower shattered in the strong winds and a property manager told ktvu a resident left their window open and the wind blew out that window with some of these strong wind gusts and that t rained glass on the streets below. luckily no one was hurt. >> far away there was shiny pieces and it was sparkling. that's actually really scary to be honest. what if you are just walking and there is glass coming down? >> reporter: at one point there was as many as 65,000 people without power. it has been restored to some, but about 1,100 customers without power, and hayward, the number of
customers bumped up in the last couple hours. it's now 2,200 customers without electricity. in oakland, there are 700 customers without power, and including people in this neighborhood in caster valley where you can see this tree came down yesterday. power lines strewn across the area, buckley they are not live, and people in the immediate area don't have electricity. on the other side of this mess we're showing you that's where the pg&e crews are -- we've seen them here for the last -- at least for the last hour or so, according to a neighbor, that they were here overnight, 2:00 a.m., and the neighbor said the second crew came back around 6:00 this morning, so they are working to restore power in this area. live in caster valley, ktvu fox 2 news. 7:36. the winds yesterday morning at kirk wood mountain
resort clocked at 209-miles-an-hour and closed for the rest of the day. not long after that announcement the national weather service said that reading seemed questionable. they cited several inaccurate records reported recently in the area. the experts will now go back and try to verify the possibly record-setting winds. the family of man who was shot and killed by vallejo police officers is still looking for answers one year later. >> out of six body cams, there is no visual of a weapon that i see, that anyone else has seen, but the captions suggest guns, guns pup. >> a candlelight vigil was held in honor of the 20-year-old. he was shot a number of times after he fell asleep with a gun in his lap at a taco bell drive through and remembered other victims of police shootings, including erik reason. >> the officer was in a provision of safety. he could not have been in fear of his
life. for him to do that was a wreckless total disregard and maliciousness as it relates to the life of erik reason and he should be prosecuted for it. >> in november, reason had a gun in his hand during a confrontation with an off-duty richmond officer in vallejo when he was shot from behind. so far, the d.a has not charged officers in either case. and some students at berkeley high plan to walk out of class to protest what they say is a failure by the school's administration to properly address call the accusations. recently graf fitty was found on a school bathroom stall door that listed the names quote boys to watch out for and labeled them as rapists. the school principal has been meeting with students who have been impacted by graffiti and a group of students wrote to the administration about what they want to receive from students
affected by sexual assault. and what is happening on the roads, sal? >> we still have that truck that turned out to be a truck that overturned on 680 southbound and bolinger. it's not as slow as i thought it would be. there is some slowing approaching 680 at the 24 interchange. i want to mention novato and the san raphael, it's a routine slow down. joan, thank you for requesting that. i take traffic requests, too. there is nothing out of the usual, on novato, and san raphael county. let's talk about the bay bridge. same thing, the usual slowing with the commute there that you see, and like ways, 880. things are looking pretty typical for monday. 880 from hayward to fremont. kertner is a mess because of a train issue southbound 87 and 85 is also
going to be very slow approaching 17739,. 7:39. let's bring in steve back. >> the wind advisory goes until 11:00 for the north and east bay hills but some of the gusts yesterday front and center. 80-miles-an-hour. mount am almost 50, same for half moon bay, concord, 47. sfo, san carlos, san jose, 40 and 36. novato 38, and 87-miles-an-hour. mount diablo, 75. oakland hills over 60. livermore, 50 plus. close for hayward. palo alto at napa. there is 58, mount st. helena. and mount diablo, still 55. i know above the cal decot, 30s and marin. there is that low
causing the winds down in southern california. it's raining down there, getting rain in san diego, an inch and a half in pasadena, snow in the mountains, and phoenix, flagstaff is getting snow, and we're not. we're not getting anything. look at the systems coming out of baja and mexico. 50s on the temps. 56 in the city. 56 in berkeley, yet 30 in lake port. santa rosa is 42. difference between concord and fairfield, 54 napa airport. ken wood is 56. napa is 57. wind versus no wind, temperatures really making it feel cold. there is just nothing going on for us except sunshine and warmer temps today. 60s and 70s. i don't see much change coming through the week. you're a little cooler with some clouds at the end of the week. two new york police officers
shot in the bronx less than 12 hours apart. next the warning to other law enforcement officers and why they think police are being targeted. plus we'll tell you which maker brands are most likely being used in phishing scams. good morning to mike mibach as you take it ahead to the next hour. >> gasia, dave, good morning. a new report that says oakland is in financial trouble. the oakland mayor libby schaff joins me to discuss some of the big of the things happening in her city. ♪ we're breaking down the surprise winners at the oscars. we're back after the break. growing up in la, bad air forced us indoors.
7:45. the investigation continues after the mass shooting in thailand. investigators say a soldier from a thai army went on a shooting ram page at a military base and shopping center after getting in an argument with his commanding officer. he was shot and killed after a day long standoff at a mall. 7:45. new york city police officers advised, don't wear your uniform when off-duty on public transportation. that's after what's called assassination attempts on the police. police say a gunman barged in to police headquarters in the bronx yesterday morning, fired several shots. one officer was hit in the arm. the suspect was arrested after running out of bullets and then surrendering. >> they're hunting us. they're hunting us.
we have to stop that. >> the attack came just hours after that man targeted two police officers sitting in a patrol van. one officer was hit in the neck but is expected to survive. the second officer was not hit. the suspects is being charged with attempted murder, criminal weapon possession and resisting arrest. the pentagon identified two special forces soldiers who was killed in afghanistan. javier gutierrez of san antonio, texas, and 28-year-old antonio, out of las cruces, new mexico. the killer was killed by afghan security forces. big business news for washington this morning involving the big data breach at equifax. >> pam cook has more in the studio with dollars & sense. >> we have filed a while now, the department of justice was announced four members of the
chinese military charged with hacking eck into equifax. and shortly after the opening bell rang, cnbc reports amazon wants to depose president trump, defense secretary mark esper, and former secretary james mattis over that 1 (000) 000-0000 cloud contract that was awarded to microsoft. we'll continue to follow that, as well. taking a live look at the big board, numbers started down, but headed up shortly after that belichick check. the dow jones up a third of a percent, 29,000, 213. the nancy pelosi up about a third of a percent to 3340 and the naz doing gaining more than half to 7534. and japanese company sony and a cell phone company announced they were canceling their appearances held in barcelona this month.
amazon backed out due to quote the outbreak and continued concerns about the novel coronavirus. the mobile world congress is the world's biggest mobile industry trade fair. nascar getting a new partner. it is teaming up with penn state gaming to offer free mobile games that gives players a chance to win $50,000 every race. now, players will be asked to predict the overall race winner. the tiebreaker will be decided based on predictions behind the winner available in time for the start of the daytona beach 500 on thursday, which you can watch with us on fox sports 1. and a new report shows which consumer brands were likely to be used in phishing scams. facebook messages from facebook are the most common. those are used nearly 20% of the time. yahoo came in second with 10%. netflix and paypal tied for third, followed by spotify, however the numbers turnout differently if you look at
individual platforms. on the web, spotify, most often tie phishing scams. scammers use yahoo the most and chase mobile banking has the most fake appearances and sadly, just wanted to let people know phishing scams are tailored to events such as the coronavirus and there are some growing around, asking people to click on a link to get more information on how to stay safe or prevent the virus. there is tax time and links that is a how to save money on your taxes. don't open those attachments g directly to web sites. >> delete, delete, delete, delete. >> thank you, pam. good advice always. a movie in korea made mystery at the 92nd academy awards. "parasite "was the first foreign language film to win best picture last night. it also
won for best international film, best original screen play, and best director. the night's other winners included renee zellweger for judy, and are joaquin phoenix for the joker and once upon a time in hollywood for brat pit and a surprise performance by enimen. >> and fatly port man-made sure female directors were not forgotten even though none were nominated for best director. portman who won the best actress for black swan wore a cape with the names of female directors embroidered in gold. their work was on several well received
movies last year, including greta gerwig's little women, and a beautiful day nat neighborhood, and hustlers. only five women have ever been nominated for better director. only kathryn biggilo has won. that was in 2009 for the hurt locker. and there is a new list for women in the tech. the personal finance site smart asset found baltimore was number one followed by washington, d.c. and arlington, virginia. the report ranked cities based on recent tech employment growths. the number of women in the street, gender pay gaps and the average earnings for women after housing costs. san jose came in at number 25, san francisco was number 33. oakland, number 34. freed month was the highest ranked bay area city, and it came in at number 16. >> wow. all right. 7:51. sal is back. have you fixed everything on the roads now, including that truck that flipped over?
>> i wish. however, i will say that i'm trying to be optimistic than. that truck is blocking one lane only and traffic is getting by, so the backup isn't nearly as bad as it would be if all of the lanes were closed when a big truck like this flip it is over in san ramon on southbound 680. it is backed up for sure and it might be unexpected for you leaving danville and heading to san ramon. bay bridge is about the normal delay. there have been no major issues on 880 north or south. as i look at the jenural commute, there is nothing usual here. slow traffic to san raphael, and richmond to oakland and if you look at the south bay, 85 and 87 are pretty slow. 87 slow approaching kertner because of a train, southbound at kertner is causing delays in that area. i want to show the winds yesterday. a plane coming in on runway 1, look at this runway 1 heading
south. you're driving on southbound 101 at millbry and you see this happen. that's incredible. look at that steve. >> that would catch me if i wasn't ready, sal. >> thank you for that video. very cool. we'll get to it here. it's a dry start to february. i'll tell you, don't be surprised if we don't get any rain. 1860, san francisco didn't have a drop of rain. and 6, 4, and 3 f san francisco, san diego, santa rosa. you can see there is just not much through this week or into the weekend. it looks pretty quiet here and my guess is this will wash out or be another -- not a wind event, but
breezy event, not a rain event. george mccray says holy canoli, everything is trashed and dried out. 27% relative humidity and 50 degrees, kensington, 51. there's some huge differences in the tempts, clayton, walnut creek, allow danville. 56 berkeley, 56 in the city. and 54 in napa. concord airport, 38. no breeze, cold. if you have a breeze, 32 in ukiah, and there is still pretty good gusts in mount diablo, and mount st. helena east. rain in southern san diego and california. not here. it looks like it's about done in pasadena. nothing here. it's just not happening. 60s on the temps. 60s, low 70s. could be some mid-70s with enough of a northerly breeze here. pretty
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welcome back to mornings on 2. the oakland zoo due to open up this morning after winds forced them to close several days early on what was normally a busy day of the week for the zoo. the zoo's in the oakland hills surrounded by big trees. the powerful winds created safety concerns. those winds also created safety concerns on san francisco's bay, creating choppy waters and dangerous conditions. ferry service to alcatraz was canceled yesterday, but it's expected to resume today. and several regional parks in the east bay were closed caused by several downed trees
caused by the windstorm. and southern california schools finished the weekend here in the bay area today. russell wilson was there to see his sister, anna, and the number six ranked cardinals play usc and the team did not disappoint. stanford at one point held a 31-6 lead for just cruising to a 79-59 win. and the team has six games left with four of them against ranked th win. and the team has six games left with four of them against ranked teams. the cal women head the challenge hosting ten ranked ucla. the bears took the bruins to overtime but couldn't take them to the lead. they lost 74-70 and had just one win impact 12 players. the washington redskins are about to make history in the national football league. reportedly, they're going to hire jennifer king as pro football's first full-time african-american female
assistant coach. the head coach and is expected to add her as an offensive assistant coach. they worked in the past in the carolina panther organization. the 49ers and tampa bay buccaneers both recently hired full-time female coaches, but this is the nfl's first african-american female hire. breaking news out of oakland, where one person has died. another person injured in an overnight house fire. we're live at the scene with what neighbors believe may have caused that fire. plus a high wind advisory is in effect right now in parts of the bay area. we'll show you the damage those howling winds have already caused and tell you when they should die down. and the death toll from the coronavirus on the rise, the biggest concern doctors are now facing. good morning and welcome back to mornings on 2, it's monday, and i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm gasia mikaelian.
hundreds of you were experiencing winds like yesterday. we have some gusts mount diablo, to mount st. helen aback to the surface. there is some pretty mild temps for some and the wind gusts were front and center, no doubt about it anywhere from 40 to 80-miles-per-hour, and mount st. helena, concord, half moon bay, anywhere from 40 to almost 50-miles-an-hour sfo, 46. 30s in berkeley, and 56 in oakland. it will be warmer, 60s with low 70s. all right, sal's here. had got busy all the sudden. i want to show you traffic on the east shore freeway interstate 80 is slow from the carquinez bridge to the mac maze. the wind has pushed away the clouds. it's very good visibility at the bay bridge. we also look at interstate 880 beginning to slow
down out of san leandro. coming up we'll take a look at the silicone valley traffic and there is a lot of it. 8:01. >> and we continue to follow breaking news in the east bay where a deadly morning fire in oakland has killed one person. one other person is being treated at the hospital. we'll bring in ktvu's cristina rendon live from the scene not far from 880 and 98th avenue with an update. cristina? >> reporter: good morning to you, gasia. we've been speaking to a person who was staying inside the home all morning. he said it was really chaotic, those flames just engulfed the entire home. he says a lot of people were coming in and out of the house if they didn't have a place to stay and it was around 4:15 this morning when that 911 call came in. when we arrived we were coming southbound on interstate 880 and we could just see the flames and the smoke billowing into the night sky and the flames were massive. this
was a two-alarm fire, roughly three dozen firefighters, multiple engines. the cause of the fire, still under investigation, but sadly fire officials did say one person has died. another was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation and one of the people again that we've been speaking with said the house was under construction or renovations. they were getting ready to paint the kitchen so they had a large piece of plastic inside of the house and unfortunately, he says that piece of plastic ended up leaning on to a heater and he thinks that's what caused the fire. >> and i ran to the kitchen door and i saw if fire coming from the heater. so the big piece of plastic, the peter caught on fire. i ran and grabbed the plastic and i pulled it through the house all the way down to the wash room. when i went to run back up, the whole house caught on fire so part. >> reporter: the official cause is still under investigation. the fire was so intense at one
point it began threatening the house next door. it did catch a part of the roof on fire, or the top of the house on fire, but the family who was evacuated will be allowed to go back inside and should be able to live inside. now, the fire is fully contained fire crews have slowly been leaving and a few minutes ago the coroner's van also left, so again, at this point, right now they're just wrapping up and likely opening up to the public, but one person has died and another taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. that person is expected to be okay. live in oakland, cristina rendon, ktvu fox 2 news. new information on a shooting in hayward near medford and standish avenues. this happened just after 10:30. the alameda county sheriff's office tells us two people are being treated for gunshot wounds after an argument. we are told one person pulled out a gun and there was a struggle with a weapon that resulted in both people being shot. both are expected to survive. overnight health officials
reported another 97 people have died from the coronavirus. this springs the total number of deaths in china to 908 with two other deaths outside of china. that's more than the 774 deaths linked to the sars epidemic between 2002 and 2004. the united nations says the number of infections will finish to grow because there are thousands of cases being processed for the coronavirus. a team is planned to lead the outbreak in china this week. doctors say their biggest concern is finding a way to slow the continuing spread of the disease. >> as we said from the beginning one of the areas we're worried about for transmission is human to human transmission in healthcare facilities. >> scientists at the national institutes of health in maryland are in the early stages of developing the vaccine, but there is no way to tell how long before it's widely available.
in the meantime u.s. officials say it's helpful to take the same steps to prevent the flu. wash your hands freak wently. avoid people who are sick. and stay home if you are sick. check check. most flights between san francisco and china have been canceled because of the coronavirus, and according to the chronicle, that's costing the city thousands of dollars a day for several reasons, fewer flights mean airlines are not paying as many landing fees at sfo, and those fees can be as actual as $1,000 for larger jets, and because fewer people are flying, there are fewer people spending money in the airport shops. san francisco is owned -- owns and operates san francisco international. 8:06. there is a high wind advisory in parts of the bay area this morning following a powerful weekend windstorm. howling wind yesterday brought down trees and knocked down power lines across the bay area. you can see some of the damage here. the wind also shaftered a window on the 41st floor of the millennial floor in san francisco. one witness was at sales force park when she saw glass that was fallen on the
sidewalk right outside the tower. >> far away from tiny pieces. it was shiny. it was sparkling. >> it's actually really scary to be honest. what if you are just walking and glass comes down? i hope nobody was in the area because that's actually really scary. >> a spokesman for the me lennium tower said the window was left open and caused it to break. and ktvu is live with passenger reaction to bart's ambassador program. >> reporter: the new hours will start their first shift at the lake merit station in oakland. they're going to board and patrol rose to trains. it's a six month long pilot program in hopes on a crime cut down. any issues can be reported to the ten ambassadors. they will be in teams of two working from 2:00 p.m.
to 12:00 a.m. with extra coverage on saturdays. their focus is the most heavily traveled section of bart. the transbay corridor between the civic center station. during the evening commute they'll cover areas like the coliseum to union city, and walnut bay to pittsburgh bay point. they are civilian employees who will be in uniform. one bart rider we talked to welcomes the change, but is unsure how effective enforcement will be. >> i think it's going to help. i'd be worried about their ability to do anything, the ambassadors, on you know,ing to stop anything, but you have an idea they're present on the platform and the train and things like that. >> reporter: the ambassadors just wrapped up training including how to deescalate situations and went to anti-biased training. in january, the bart board voted to fund the nearly $700,000 amp bass door piloll program. again, this program launches today at the lake merit station in oakland. ktvu fox 2 news.
8:09 on a monday. let's get you out the door. a couple big problems, sal. >> northbound 101, or relatively new, i should say, on the peninsula at broadway. there is a crash we're going to go right to it. we are showing the traffic on 101 is very slow. it's again northbound 101 at broadway, so you may want to use 280 instead to come up the peninsula. it's actually beginning to affect traffic coming in off the san mateo bridge as people try to make that going this way. they'll do this and that will -- my arrow isn't going that well, let's do it again. but you can see what i'm dealing with. it's going to be very slow across that span. bay bridge is backed up for a 15 to 20-minute delay. if you are looking at the south bay, it's all filled in. 87 is a good freeway to avoid because of a deadly train collision that happened early in the morning. the lanes aren't blocked but it's still very slow on 87 northbound at a guatemala parkway. already some mild conditions
but that breeze, while it's tailing off is still northererly. 54 degrees in cordealia, and napa, 58 degrees. there are some 30s and 40s for some. if you hit that breeze, there is a warm near 60 degrees. napa airport, and santa rosa due fairfield due north, and already out of the gate very warm. napa interñ a, 55. you can go north toward it is town. walnut creek, 39, and lake port's 33. fremont's 44. the city and half moon bay, 54, 56. that's a big difference, 15, 20 degrees for some. highest gusts, mount st. helena. oakland hills, 72, and
nap o, palo alto, and mount st. helena, 4,000 feet. northeast at 60. mount diablo at 47. the wind advisory goes until 11:00 with the higher elevations in the north and east bay hills. it is raining in southern california. the low that gave us the wind picked up moisture, pasadena, burbank, point lomo at santee and carlisbad, and we're not even getting a cloud. there could be some mid-70s. santa rosa maybe over to napa, would not surprise me in the least. looks really quiet, cooler into the weekend. >> all right, steve, thank you. despite laws in place, all vaping products for anyone under the age of 21, teenagers got found a loophole. what teens are doing to get their hands on the products. and a new report that says oakland is in trouble. libby schaff will have her reaction
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welcome back. more housing, driving down rents and getting people off the streets and the future of oakland as is a few topics we would like to discuss. i want to start with the financial state of the city. the nonprofit educational organization, that ranks the financial health of cities across california found oakland to be 70th on that list citing debt burden of $2.6 billion. >> that upgraded us from an f to a d, but we're far more excited and take it more seriously that we just got upgraded by both s&p and moody's, as far as our
credit rating and our outlook. >> so while a d is a d, you're happy you're going in the right direction? >> no, what i'm saying is these types of analyses that you're citing are very system system simplistic. i'm not saying people have got to hold their elected official photos making responsible decisions. i fight that battle every day. >> how bad is the financial state of oakland and. >> the good news is we've been noticed as now kind of part of the growing bay area economy, something that the credit ratings didn't necessarily consider before. they see our revenues rising and see us having put recently in place a lot of good fiscal control. things like a rainy-day policy, and paying down our long-term funded responsibilities by allocating 2 1/2% of payroll
towards those long-term viabilities. that just got us this upgrade just last week. >> let me ask you about the state of the city. one big promise you made was trying to double the amount of homeless people off the streets into housing. >> that's correct. >> in one year. >> that's the part i want to highlight. you think, thissace dheefable? >> in two years we have doubled our shelter capacity, and now in one year, i want to double the number of people we move from homeless to permanently housed, not just in shelter, and that will be a big lift, but that's what we must do, and i'm also really trying to emphasize my commitment to a mandate to end homelessness, which i believe is a far more superior approach to say right to shelter. we really have got to focus preventing people from becoming homeless in the first place, and having prevented 2,100 families, more
than 4,000 oaklanders from losing the housing they're in right now. but we've got to do better on taking people who have lost their housing. >> speaking of housing i want to ask you, one councilwoman has an interesting idea, and that is if i'm a rent and are i want to buy the home i'm in, let's say it hits the market, she have first crack at it? >> absolutely. san francisco adopted this law. >> you like this? >> absolutely. >> right now the housing market is not working for average people, so we have to do some small things to try and get it back under control. >> one would argue private property is private property, right? >> l but the buyer has to offer full-market price, fair-market price, and the seller can reject that offer. it's just if they get a higher offer later if the actual tenants are able and willing to meet it, they get the first choice. >> so you think the city would make offers on some of these properties? >> it's unlikely. the city generally doesn't like to be a
landlord, that's not our area of expertise, but we do lend money to affordable housing developers to purchase properties. >> oakland a's, will we have a final vote this year? do you see this on the ballpark? >> here's what i'm expecting happen, we're expecting the eir, the environmental document to come out on february 21st, that's the target date right now, and that means i think we should see a project to bring to start the process of city approval in about one year. now, this year is going to really be focused on the community benefits package and we have a really robust process going right now because people have a lot of opinion business what they want to see, to thetality of this transformative development, bring to the community. >> all right, mayor, always a pleasure. thank you for coming in. have a great week. >> gasia, back to you. traffic has been problematic in a number of places, sal. and this might affect your
flight out of 71, gasia. northbound 101, anyone watching, maybe you at home are trying to get to sfo. northbound 101 coming up at broad is a crash, and traffic is very slow. a lot slower than usual. you plan for the slow that you know. this is the slow that you probably haven't planned on. northbound, and also southbound 101 is slow, as well. don't be late to your flight at sfo. the bay bridge is backed up for a 20 to 25-minute delay. the east bay commute, 880, hayward, fremont, slow. also 880 from 238 up to downtown oakland. 580 and highway 13 are also very slow heading towards 24 and the 58024 interchange. 8:19. let's bring in steve with today's weather. >> thank you, sal. the wind is tailing off for most. there is some okay gusts especially in the hills if you are in healdsburg, it's cold. bodega, ken wood and napa, it's warm, almost 60 degrees in napa. amazing.
they're getting little bit of a northerly breeze. that northwest, fairfield north, senate -- rosa north, that will do it. higher elevations, mount st. helena east. and north at 55, and middle peak at marin county, above the cal decot, northeast at 30. there is rain in southern california. there is snow in flagstaff, arizona. snow in the southern california hills, and that's the same low that gave us the wind we got the moisture and precipitation. sunny, breezy and could be warm. there could be some mid-70s. would not surprise me. lots of sunshine and a little cooler towards the end of the week, you guys. a powerful storm hitting parts of europe. coming up, details on the impact of the storm and why some of criticizing the government's response. find out how a marine conservation center on honoring kobe bryant. tom steyer: listen, every democrat running for president
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welcome back to mornings on 2 on this monday. >> a lot of hats were flying around, but today i can tell, starting to die down a little bit. >> much quieter. we had yesterday, no doubt about it, is it getting warm rapidly for some. half moon bay. 57 degrees. upper 60s in flap a county. napa interñ a, 55, berkeley, 56 and brentwood's 55 degrees. and you get that a little northerly breeder oh, roaring breeze. mount diablo is 57-miles-per-hour gusts and mount st. helena, above the cal decot, and rain above southern california, that's the low that generated the low for us. it's dry, and temperatures will be on their bay up, 60s to mid-70s. sal has been busy. >> we'll look at the east bay, and check in on the peninsula,
and the marin. the east-shore freeway, we have some slowing to the macarthur maze. the peninsula, northbound 101, we have that problem at broadway. burrling game, and we have a crash, southbound 101 and we have slow traffic in marin this morning from 37 on down to central san raphael. we'll touch on all of these commutes and have more on the south bay when we come back. 8:31. let's go back to the desk. and we're following east oakland where a large fire killed one person and sent another to the hospital this morning. fire started in the early morning hours on malta court near 98th avenue and the 880 freeway. flames destroyed a neighbor's home, as well. the cause of the fire is being investigated and there was some construction work at the home and a piece of plastic may have been leaning up on a heater before the fire. we have a crew at the scene. we'll bring you updates throughout mornings on 2 and next at the top of the hour. new this morning one person was killed after being hit by a
bta light rail train at about 545 thooimz this morning. there is no service between the kertner stations and a passenger bus is taking drivers between the stations and delivers are being delayed in both directions on highway 87. we have a wind advisory in parts of the bay area after a powerful wind storm over the weekend hit. winds brought down trees and power lines across the area. we are live in casper valley where pg&e crews are trying to get the power back on. alley? >> reporter: pg&e crews have successfully got know the power on to about several hundred customers in the area of the caster valley. we haven't been able to work in this mac hood behind us. this is higher and forest avenue. this is in caster valley and this is the reason why they can't restore power here. there is two eucalyptus trees that came down during these heavy winds and blocking the middle of the street. we saw some crews here with a true company the public works agency called in. they are trying to figure out the best way to chop
up and remove these trees and can't restore power to the area and reconnect these power lines until this mess is out of the way. but this was around 1:30 yesterday in the afternoon when all of this happened. high winds brought down one tree on an suv. luckily the driver was not hurt, but shortly afterwards, two trees along caster valley creek that runs through this neighborhood came crashing down. we did speak to some neighbors who described the sound. we can play it if we have it. all right. we don't have that sound. we'll have it next time. wind gusts throughout the day yesterday brought down trees and power lines bay area wide from skyline bowel sprard in the oakland hills to the berkeley hills and even low-lying areas like alameda. several east bay parks were closed because of the hazardous of falling trees and branches and the oakland zoo was closed, as well. and the 41st floor shattered in the strong winds. back out here live at
caster valley, you can see two tree trimmer trucks pulling up just behind these two eucalyptus trees that are down. they're trying to figure out a 23 to remove these and came down with strong winds yesterday. now we're not quite 24 hours, but the next day, they're still trying to figure out how to remove all of this. so, until this is removed from the scene, pg&e can't reconnect the power lines and there are some people without power. bay area wide, there is still about 8,000 customers without power because of those high winds yesterday. live in caster valley, allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. at kirk wood mountain resort, there was a wind gust clocked at 209-miles-per-hour. the resort closed for the rest of the day not long after that announcement. the national weather service said the reading seemed questionable citing several inaccurate reportings in the area. a family of a man who was shot and killed by police officers is still looking for answers one year later.
>> out of six body cams, there's no visual of a weapon ever that i've seen, that anyone else has seen, but the captions suggest guns, guns. >> a candlelight vigil was held in honor of willie mccoy. he had a gun in his lap and fell a sleep in a drive through. family members receive other victims of other shootings including erik reason. >> the officer's provision of safety cannot be in fear of his life and for him to do that with a reckless total disregardless and valishousness as it relates to the life of erik reason and should be prosecuted for it. >> in november, reason had a gun in his hand during a confrontation when she was not from behind. friday, his attorney filed claims against richmond and vallejo police. and the fbi and san francisco police are
investigating a shooting that left one man injured and involved a federal agent around saturday night 11:30 on ash berry. they found a man suffering from gunshot wounds and an off-duty federal agent who was not hurt. the fbi confirms the agency's involvement and is reviewing the incident. >> will this be an ongoing criminal investigation, to determine figure any laws were broken or not, is done by the district attorney's office and the medical examiner. >> one man is being treated for non-life-threatening injuries and investigators released a statement saying the fbi incident involving agents or task force members seriously, the review process is thorough, and objective and conducted as expeditiously as possible under the circumstances. some students at berkeley high school plan to walk out of class this morning to protest what they say is failure by the
school's administration to properly address sexual assault accusations. graffiti was listed on a bathroom stall door labeling some boys to watch out for calling them rapists. students have been meeting with a group of students who wrote up a list of demands they want from the administration on how to deal with sexual assault. sal, where do you want to go here with the commute? >> we'll start with southbound 101, and novato. good news is sonoma county traffic looks okay. and hercules to berkeley, slow traffic there. the occupancy la, northbound 101 to broadway, there is a crash. the damages already done. don't be late for your flight at sfo. use 280 and you don't have to be on 101. bay bridge is stacked up for a delay. it's not as windy as it was yesterday and the wind advisories or the bridges have
been taken down. 8:37. let's bring steve in. >> all right, sal, some very warm temperatures popping up. our observer kathy in napa says just play-by-play here, the temps going up, up, up. it's already 62 degrees at 8:30. northwest winds at 19 will do it. there is national napa at 60. 59 in bodega bay. there are some crazy, crazy temps here. half moon anyway, 57 degrees. the city's 56 degrees. brentwood's 55 degrees. and that north wind, not enough -- it's not too bad. when you get a north breeze like that, that will do it, or if you get a strong wind and the higher elevations especially off the northeast at 30, and mount diablo, 57. alameda is a warm, 60 degrees already. kenzington, 53 degrees, i mean, you can see 10 degrees between clayton and
walnut creek. allow, and danville leveled the playing field. there was about a 20 degrees spread at one time. san leandro is already 54 degrees. rain in southern california. there is rain and snow down there. really good rain and snow. not for us. we're just getting clear skies. there is nothing for a while, i don't think. 60s, and is 70s along with the north breeze up in sonoma county, and a little cooler by the time we get to friday. 8:39. general motors recalling more than 160,000 pickup trucks. the problems that need to be fixed, models that are impacted coming up. plus the major brands most likely to be used in phishing scams.
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>> let's bring in pam cook for dollars & sense. >> a lot of people have heard kind, the bar. they're launching the biggest expansion into the freezer and refrigerator introducing a plant-based creamy frozen treat bar. a nut-butter bar that's first-ever refrigerated bar and some new nut and clusters. kind, not public though. shortly after the opening bell rang this morning, reports amazon wants to depose president trump, defense secretary mark esper and the former defense secretary james mattis over that $10 billion cloud contract awarded to microsoft, so we'll be talking more about is that as that continues. taking a live look at the new york stock exchange, the big boards, dow jones hovering about the same level as the last hour since that bell rang, about a third of a percent on the upside, 29,183,000, the nasdaq is up more than most, to 9581. and a new list of cities for women in tech, not a single bay area city made the top ten.
baltimore is number one, followed by washington dc and arlington, virginia based on employment growth, the number of women in the industry, and the average earnings for women. san jose came in 25th. san francisco, 23rd, oakland, 33 34 or the, and fremont is the highest at 16th. and gm is recalling 129,000 chevrolet and gmc sierra trucks involving issues with the brake-control software. the issue is in the fix related to the december fix. no issues have been related at this point. and a new report shows which consumer brands were likely to
be used in phishing scams, fake messages from facebook, used nearly 20%, yahoo, netflix, and paypal, tied for third, followed by spotify. however, the number may turnout differently. on the web, spotify most often tied to phishing scams. in e-mails scammerce use yahoo the most and mobile devices, chase mobile banks had the most fake appearances. it's worth repeating just to let people know the phishing scam is playing on fears of the coronavirus, so it will say click here on ways to prevent it from spreading, and also tax season. don't click on those attachments. go directly to web sites instead. >> pam, thank you. let's check back in with sal. and you said the wind advisory has expired, right, sal? >> that's right. nay listed the advisories because it's not windy enough like it was jest
for it to be a danger to drivers. southbound 680, backed up out of danville. slow traffic getting off to the east shore freeway at the bay bridge, it's slow, and this morning, on the peninsula, i want to remind you northbound 101, it's very slow. you don't want to use it and if you're going to get to sfo, get on the road as quick as you can. 8:46. >> thank you, sal. very, very windy. the visit ability is sparkling. back in the day when humans took the visibility, they'd sade unlimited. everybody is showing 10 miles. this is all automated now, but suffice to say, you can see forever and a day with all the wind we and that strong northerly wind, northeast was howling for many. 80-miles-per-hour. mount uminahn and half moon bay was in there,
concord, sfo, 46, san carlos, 43, novato, 38-miles-per-hour. we could sure use some rain. guess what? this is one of our wettest months and there is nothing in sight yet. one forecast mod cell hinting on something maybe this sunday. a couple others are not. i'm tending to believe the one that is not, because that's the way it's been going and if it doesn't end this weekend, it seems the projection's out until the 20th, which is dry. there is just not a lot happening in our favor. there is too much rain to the north. they're getting rain in southern california. i mean, there has been someone-inch amounts in southern california today, but for us there is just not much looking good right now. half moon bay is already 57. 56 in the city. 56 in berkeley. there is some low 60s in napa county with the northerly breeze in santa rosa, napa, and fairfield. so for some, it will be really mild. still 50 plus at mount diablo and mount st. helena east and the oakland
berkeley hills 25 to 30-miles-an-hour. there is the rain, southern california. here. snow up 6,000 feet, down southern california, as well, and for us i wirksz we could say we have some rain because we need it. we are in a critical time and it's not happening so enjoy the sunshine and warmer temps. 60s to 70s, and will be nice wednesday. cooler with some clouds coming in friday and saturday. >> thank you, steve. overhauling the way homes are bought and old in parts of the east bay. coming up on mornings on 2 the 9, how oakland's affordable housing is affecting other cities. and two police officers shot in the bronx. after the break, the warning says why it believes its officers are being targeted. tom: my mom always told me actions speak louder than words.
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congress. the $4.8 trillion plan wants more military spending and benefits for veterans. foreign aid and medicare are expected to see major cuts. the proposal calls for $2 billion in new funding for building building a border wall. the state of new york plans to sue the trump administration over the decision to block new yorkers from encontrolling in trusted traveler programs. that is in response to a law in new york that allows anyone to get a driver's license regardless of their immigration status. >> without access we cannot run a proper security check and a risk assessment, and that is simply dangerous. >> the trump administration has said it would lift the trusted traveler ban if new york granted it access to motor vehicle records. and police officers are being urged not to wear their uniforms while off-duty after what's called an assassination attempt. a gunman barged into the precinct and fired multiple
rounds. the suspect was taken into cust ed onny after he ran out of bullets and surrendered. >> they're hunting us. they're hunting us. we have to stop that hunt. >> investigators say that attack came just hours after the suspect targeted two officers sitting in a patrol van, one officer was shot in the neck, but is expected to recover. the second officer was not hit. the suspect is being charged with attempted murder, criminal weapons possession and resisting arrest. the pent gob has identified two u.s. special forces who were killed in eastern afghanistan on saturday. they are 28-year-old javier gutierrez of san antonio, texas, and 28-year-old antonio rodriguez of las crures, new me, co. he argue twd the soldiers before opening fire and was then killed by afghan forces. surprise wins dominate the oscars. ♪ we're breaking down
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8:57. we're getting a look at how fast a huge glacier is melting. the warm water found below the so-called doomsday glacier. they warn if it melts completely it would raise global sea levels by more than three feet, a new space probe is headed for the sun after launching from florida under a full moon last night. >> three, two, one, zero. and liftoff. >> the solar orbiter is a project. researchers say the probe will send back 3d images of the sun
and send back reports on the sun's magnetic atmosphere. a british airways flight from new york to london broke the flight for the fastest commercial flight time. boeing 747 reached top speeds of more than 800 miles an hour landing at heathrow airport in 4 hours 56 minutes. that flight typically takes 6 hours 13 minutes. it was due to strong tail winds from a severe storm over the atlantic and uk. google has upgrades forking goo l maps. it's adding three new tabs. save will bring up places you have bookmarked. contribute will let you share photos and reviews. updates will show you places recommended by local experts. going system updating its live view and will have displays. the at&t pebble beach program's final round was affected by yesterday's strong winds. it was a beautiful day despite the conditions there in monterrey county. things were not so pretty for phil mickelson. he could not find the green at
all. he finished in third place. five shots behind nick taylor. taylor won by four shots. the washington redskins are set to make nfl history. the team will reportedly hire jennifer king as pro football's first full time african- american female assistant coach. washington head coach ron rivera is expected to add king to his staff as an offensive assistant coach. the two previously worked together in the carolina panthers organization. the 49ers and tampa bay buccaneers both recently hired full time coaches. the pac 12 southern california schools finished a weekend in the bay area. seahawks quarterback russell wilson was on hand to see his sister anna and the number 6 ranked cardinal take on usc. the game did not disappoint. stanford at one point held a 31- 6 lead before cruising to a 79- 59 win. the team has six games left with four of those against
ranked teams. the cal women have the challenge of hosting ucla. the bears took the bruins to ot but could not grab the lead. they lost 74-60 and had just one win in pac 12 play. hitting the campaign trail in new hampshire. what's next for the democratic presidential candidates as president trump prepares for another rally. plus. and the oscar goes to. "parasite." >> an upset at the oscars. the winners who stole the show at the 92nd annual academy awards. what's in store for the new bay area production of chicago. we'll sit down with the two women who play strong leads. it's monday. let's go. i saw my coanchor this weekend over the weekend, which we don't normally do that. i don't normally hang out with mike and gasia. this weekend was different. looking at a