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to contain the virus and the latest on the new case in california. why the country's test methods are question. the tiny homes opening the doors for some people in the east bay and we are live at castro valley helping those homeless get into more permanent housing. from ktvu fox 2 news this is mornings on 2. >> it is 7:00 on this thursday and we are glad you are with us. i am gasia mikaelian. >> good morning. i am dave clark. steve paulson will tell assembly the problem with fog in the bay area. >> there is not a problem but it could be a problem with and much cooler condition popping up. 34th at kenwood, 36 to 38 at los altos. the fog is the big story, coastal what we see in may and june is coming back with onshore breezes, 40s and 50s. we are now at 60 to 63 and all
over the city cooler at 58. we have sal here and is san jose better? it is little bit better because there is no more fire with fewer fire units but at northbound 280 and ray street the fire department is taking up one lane causing slow traffic. it really has affected traffic back to highway 101. it is usually not that slow on northbound 280, and 101 is feeling the effects. the spay commute is getting busier. unlike some breaches as well, we have fog with another update in a few minutes. it is 7:01. new from san jose, the police captured a fugitive that was hiding in the east san jose neighborhood at the amusement park and we have alyssa hamilton
and what are the police telling us. >> reporter: you can see behind me there are police at the scene and they have the neighborhood blocked off and they have been out here four hours a. they did capture the fugitive with the help of the canine. the police were out here and tactical gear with a helicopter overhead and neighbors were told to stay away. we did see a few people return home but the police are still out here and have the neighborhood blocked all. the suspect is at a hospital being treated for injuries due to the canine bite. the police have not said what the person was wanted for or what exactly happened on the street that kept them out here for hours. you can see there's still work they are doing. we have seen them collecting evidence with a lot of vehicles. when we first arrived at 4:30 this morning. the police have been slowly leaving the scene. we will check to get more information later today. elissa harrington, ktvu fox 2
news. the santa rosa police are investigating and overnight shooting at the olive street park. the police responded at 11:00 last night and found a man with a gunshot wound to the leg. detectives searched the scene but did not find a gunman and the victim did not have much information on the attacker. he was taken to the hospital and expected to recover. two men are in critical condition and san francisco after hit-and-run crashed and they did arrest the driver suspected of hitting them at mission and 23rd street just before 4:30 yesterday afternoon. the driver was speeding down 23rd street just before the collision. witnesses said that the car sped up turning onto mission, hit the pedestrian in the crosswalk and slammed into a bus that was allowing passengers to get off. >> the bus when across the intersection and struck by the driver and it quickly went out onto the sidewalk.
it mowed down the people coming off the bus. >> one woman was slightly hurt but only needed medical treatment at the scene. the witnesses said the driver sped away but the bumper fell off of his car so he came back to the crash scene. he was detained by the police and passed a field sobriety test. he was arrested for leaving the scene of a crash with serious injuries as well is running a red light. a woman in her 80s died and the numbers from china are raising more doubts on the reliability of the data and testing method. china announced that the problem is at the center of the disease is revising the way they make the diagnosis which is leading to significantly more confirmed cases. the death toll is close to 1400 with over 60,000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus, 15,000 more than yesterday.
several political leaders have also been fired. a second american evacuated from china tested positive for the coronavirus and flying from wuhan, china to miramar at san diego last week. the person is being treated at the uc san diego medical center. the first american evacuated also went to miramar but the cdc said that the two patient arrived on different flights and never met. a palo alto woman and her 15-year-old daughter are finally home after being quarantined at the riverside county military base due to the coronavirus scare. >> it was a very emotional reunion for esther as she hugged her 13 and 11-year-old children. she had not seen them since she visited relatives in wuhan, china at the beginning of the year. >> we were crying with joy. i am happy we are reunited and
hopefully we will never be separated again. >> late last month esther and her oldest daughter booked a special evacuation flight taking americans out of wuhan, china and flew to the march air reserve base, quarantined and released after being cleared of the virus. a new community of tiny homes opening their doors to several residents and we are live at castro valley to show how the program will work and how people benefit from it. >> reporter: the goal is to provide transitional housing for those homeless, living in shelters or in their cars. here are the six tiny homes behind us. they began planning this last year and today's the grand opening, when people will start moving into these homes. you can see they are doing finishing touches and final cleaning before the new residents movie and. this is all happening at the first presbyterian church of hayward in castro valley. i have with me tom fleming with
the lifeline housing that designed these homes. what was your thought process in putting together these homes and kind of overcoming the challenges of cramming everything into a small space? >> the challenge is to try to make everything efficient, and to make it livable, and homelike. it is to put everything you need to live independently in a small space at a small dollar. these are very economically possible to billed in a short time. it is with limited skills, and to get it done and to provide it without having an incredible overhead like you would have running a shelter and to provide a permanent solution to the situation. >> reporter: tell us what these homes have and how they're different from the cabin communities and other cities in the bay area. >> there only 153 square feet
but they have their own kitchen, bathroom, living space, bedroom area, heat, tv set. everything a normal home would have and state-of-the-art house that is shrunken down to 153 square feet. >> reporter: maybe we can get a closer look inside. it looks like they finished cleaning up this went as we take a look in. it has a porch light so it has electricity. let's step inside so you can see. it even has a ceiling fan and futon that folds out, a couch to a bed. it has a countertop with burner and bathroom with a shower. what is your goal and what do you hope people that live. field and are able to do after this? >> this is just to provide them opportunity to climb out of the hole they are in, either financially or whatever
challenges they may have. they will be renting these at $200 a month to start to give them opportunity to financially climb out of their situation. there is a built-in savings component in this situation. they will be amassing a savings account over the 18 months they are here. >> reporter: thank you, tom fleming, of lifeline housing that designed these six tiny homes at the castro valley at the first presbyterian church of hayward. at 9:00 the residents will start moving here and we will be here to cover it. allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. it is 7:09. we have sal watching our commute. >> san jose is improving after the fire department left the 280. there was a grass fire and they may be on the scene but no
longer blocking the lane. it is improving the commute, the ride through this area. it still has an effect due to the blockage that was here for a while. 280 is backed up onto 680 past the highway 101. there is a motorcycle accident at northbound 85. look at that slow traffic. you can also see traffic slow on 85 after that up into cupertino. the south bay is getting slower. we also have slow traffic on 880 at yuma city, hayward and fremont. things are getting much lower. we have had fog in the last few mornings cleared but you cannot see the high-rise of this picture at the san mateo bridge. not forget the bay bridge but they do have slow traffic. it is 710 a.m.. it is a quiet pattern but cooler with low cloud deck back and that is coastal low clouds.
we have jake mackinzie this is not much going up at rohnert park. the fog bank gives us a summary look at this 35 degree morning. here's our good friend, antonio, foggy and 48 at the daly city. look at that handsome young man, and who is that? >> he is growing up before our eyes. >> that is correct. we have low clouds and fog so my job is done. there's nothing else going on other than the fog and sun. 30s at the peninsula and 30s at woodside, atherton and parker. foster city at 46. kenwood, 32 degrees up there a beautiful kenwood. woodside at 36 again with alamo at 37, pleasanton and saratoga at 39 with a bit of a change in
the pattern. 40s for most and 50s but that onshore wind is in place with west-southwest for most is that of the east southeast the temperatures on the way down. we were way above and now coming down where we should be at 60 degrees. 58/60 t, and we have been above for a long time. it looks like the highest on the coast and bay going to near average and below but no rain in sight yet. it does not look good. the fog is back to take is into the weekend with can 10 you'd temperatures -- continue temperatures in the 50s and 60s. we are cooler so what are out of the record highs. it is 7:12. it could take longer to check out at the local safeway and coming up, how workers are impacted and how they could go out on the picket line. a valuable resource to detain immigrants must be reinstated after being pulled
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i.c.e. shut down the hotline after an episode of "orange is the new black" focused on the resources last summer. set up by the nonprofit freedom for immigrants to help detainees report abuse by researchers and to contact their families. that will be reinstated until the lawsuit with i.c.e. is resolved presidential candidate pete buttigieg getting an endorsement from a prominent member of the democratic party and she thinks pete buttigieg can unite the country in the feet president trump will introduce them tomorrow and this endorsement before it was supporting kamala harris. there is a list of endorsement from california ladies including mark farrell and the moment with another big contest for the democratic presidential candidates in nevada on paper 22nd and the south carolina primary is one
week later. bernie sanders and pete buttigieg will try to keep the momentum going after coming in as front runners and senator elizabeth warren and former vice president joe biden look for boost on their campaigns. >> mike bloomberg focusing on the super tuesday contest march 3rd which includes california. the senator sanders campaign released a video with harsh criticism of pg&e, featuring interviews of those that lost their homes in california wildfires started by the pg&e equipment. their comments by the sanders supporters who praised the call for pg&e to be publicly owned utility the democratic state party has a plan to avoid the chaos following the iowa caucuses. nevada will hold their caucuses on saturday, deborah 22nd but not using the apps similar to
those in iowa. nevada will use paper ballots and pin numbers with online check-in's for voters. they say this process may not simplify voting. the chairman of the iowa democratic party resigned after the delayed result and troy price apologized and took responsibility after the reporting methods for the 1700 iowa precinct broke down which slow reporting of the votes. the interim chair will be elected at an emergency meeting set for saturday. it is 7:18. the people need to get out the door now erlanger with another cup of coffee, sal ? >> you are funny but if you are in the south bay do not linger and get out is if you can. northbound 85 and 101 jampacked for different reasons. we have a motorcycle crash on 85 and another crash on 85.
we have fire activity on northbound 280. getting out to the west valley off to a slow restart. it's not undoable with 101 having patches of fog but not lasting too long. the space low in the usual spots. to the breezes, more fog and steve is been talking about that. coming up in the next report we will take a look at some of the sonoma and greene county commutes which are getting a little more crowded. it is 7:19, and let's go to steve. >> remember, sal, this is the main engine variety fog, the convection fog, not the coastal and inland. >> i know and who would think we would see this the day before valentine's day. >> i don't see any changes anytime soon and we need a miracle marks, no doubt about
it. 42% of normal at rain, santa rosa at 68%. santa rosa should get six inches of rain this month in san francisco four and half inches, and san jose should get 3 1/3 inches. there is nothing through today. it is a dry forecast all the way through the 21st. i don't see anything that says rain but windy again. monday and tuesday could get windy again but i don't see any rain. we are on track to 1864 when san francisco did not get a drop of rain in the month of february. 1953 was the second driest at .04. we have a lot of low clouds in place with water temperatures falling, san jose at 45 with a southwest breeze at 3. temperatures with that low cloud deck cooling off into 40s and 50s with a lot of 30s
showing up. kenwood at 33, and that onshore breeze means the coast and bake, everyone else cooling down. upper 70s to low 80s, cooler for all with ties now back to where they should be which is it , 50s and 60s. is pretty quiet going into the weekend but cooler. it is 7:21. ford recalling over 21,000 vehicles and the recall, those cars affected. a reward a couple is offering to get their dog back. mike: anyone hear the slogan,
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it is 7:24. a salon owner in east san jose said that she and her husband are heartbroken. someone stole their french bulldog at salon 52. this surveillance video shows this man in the salon in the chair, then unhooks the leash and grabs the dog, and walks right out. >> we are very upset. that someone could do that, our beautiful dog. may be sold the dog, i'm not sure. >> the dog was a gift from a friend, described as sweet, loyal and obedient. the man is described as 35 to 40, wearing a black and blue
vertical stripe duty. the couple is offering of the $1000 reward for leads that can lead to the return. resuming testimony in the murder trial, john lee cowell accused of stabbing nia wilson to death and seriously injuring her sister. his attorney says he suffers from delusions and thought that she and her sister were aliens and members of the gang out to kidnapped and attacked his grandmother. the prosecuting attorneys says he is deletion start act and they believe it was racially motivated. 800 miles away from tokyo the associated press reports an earthquake but they have not issued a tsunami warning. the 5.2 earthquake also struck japan yesterday. a new earthquake warning app will allow users to see the countdown before the shaking
starts in their area. quake alert usa offers the ability for users to tailor when the app is triggered, based on the weak, moderate or light shaking. this is the first to provide a countdown and and option to ignore the weaker warnings. 15,000 safeway workers between monterey and eureka could go on strike after canceling the u.n. contract with the safeway chain. they've been negotiating with safeway with little progress for 16 months. the san francisco chronicle reports workers want higher wages with more full-time job opportunities. they will start informational picketing next week. this union includes workers, delivery drivers, backers but not the clerks. coming up, a demand for the landlord and what the tenants hope to accomplish. the investigation into the corruption scandal is expanding
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because we need an economy that works for all of us, not just wealthy campaign contributors. there is growing tension between the same cisco 49ers and the city of santa clara, what the 49ers called the latest allegations. a decline in ridership on bart, how much and the possible reason behind the drop. from ktvu fox 2 news this is mornings on 2. >> good morning, everyone, and welcome back to mornings on 2. i am mike mibach. >> i am gasia mikaelian. good morning. >> we do not have the 80 degrees temperatures, nice for a few days but back to where we should be with 60s instead of upper 70s and 80s.
the fog is >> with that doom and gloom in february. san francisco at 50 degrees and the wind south-southwest onshore at 6 miles an hour. 40s and 50s on the temperatures with a few 30s. the onshore breeze out of the delta making it cooler with ties closer to where they should be, 59/62. do we have something new, sal? >> it is generally slower in the silicon valley commute. i know other commutes are slowing down as well but silicon valley took it under the chin with earlier issues. suffice it to say for this report that all of the approaches to the west valley are crowded. the peninsula is getting more crowded, likewise for the bridges. we do have fog, but for the most part this is a typical thursday commute, meaning it is slow. have an update with more
specifics a few minutes away. knew this morning out of san jose the police arrested a fugitive overnight following a 10 hour standoff that started at five yesterday. the fugitive was taken into custody around 3:00 this morning but the police did not say why they needed to arrest him. ktvu elissa harrington is monitoring the scene and will bring an update in the next half-hour. a number vote attack happened at 6:00 monday night approaching the lake merritt station in oakland. the victim said that a man asking for directions and hit him with what he thinks is a bike lock. the attacker has not been found. fewer people are riding bart on nights and weekends and we have more from the newsroom with the numbers with christina rain don't and the possible
reasons. >> bart has lost nearly 10 million passengers over the last few years and the trains always busy during the peak hours. it's the night and weekend trips seeing a major decline in ridership. the chronicle said a survey of 662 passengers showed the crime, dirty trains and stations with limited services the reason people do not ride the trains. last year more than 53 million people road bart, down by 62 million roughly in 2018. they added the bart ambassadors to patrol the trains and stations in the afternoon and nights hours. i heard back from a barts spokesperson and said that the board of director's meeting over the next two days to develop strategies for increasing the off -peak
ridership and the new meeting will start in oakland in about two hours. from the newsroom, cristina rendon, ktvu fox 2 news. a team is fighting the team of santa clara to control the levi's stadium and they voted unanimously to and team management for all event at the stadium and that includes concerts, sporting events including the nfl games. they accuse them of fending off $800,000 of sponsorship and revenue deals over the last two years. >> the management agreement provides for termination for misappropriation, willful misconduct or misrepresentation of fraud. >> the 49ers responded saying that the city is retaliating against the team for working to defeat major c to cut the number of districts from six to
three. the 49ers say that the santa clara city leaders are "heavy political vendetta" against the team. authorities suspect the same man could be responsible for two east bay robberies. here's a photo of the man robbing a man on monday. the victim was walking by in the suspect pointed a gun at him demanding his valuables. they are looking into whether this is one of the two suspects seen here robbing a person out cleaning his car at the oakland diamond district. several people have received subpoenas in connection with the san francisco corruption scandal. the city attorney's office issued a eight subpoenas involving the scandal of the former public works director mohammed nuru. they say that they gave inside information to restaurant owner nick bovis to help them bid on
contracts. this is one topic we will talk about after we are joined live but the mayor san francisco and the next hour. they will vote on whether to close two schools and last month the superintendent accepted a recommendation by the district school consolidation advisory committee to close the laurelwood and w hill elementary schools at the end of the academic year. they are facing a $12 million budget deficit and declining enrollment and they will vote at a meeting at 6:30 tonight. a survey area school honoring former first lady michelle obama and the woodrow wilson school will reopen as the michelle obama and elementary school. this for comes ahead of the $36 million plan to rebuild the woodrow wilson elementary school. the name change will allow the school to back away from president wilson that let heddle agencies cigarette rate segregate their departments.
the officials at the school say it is an affirmation of what the former first lady stood for in her tenure at the white house. >> healthy eating, you can do it. she is so encouraging. >> the michelle obama elementary school passes unanimously. >> there are few dozen schools named after former president and first lady obama around the country mostly diverse communities. this is 35% latino and african- american students at the new michelle obama elementary school. let's take a look at the thursday morning commute, sal, good morning. >> mike , you are here early and we don't want to freak people out. i say that when gasia is on early too. people get nervous. let's take a look at northbound 101 and 280. the commute is getting a little
more evened out. i don't say it is better but we don't have anymore huge problems on the south bay silicon valley commute. 880 is slow as well. this is the bell curve of the commute were slavik traffic is slow everywhere. at the bay bridge approach there is heavy traffic as well. also getting heavy is rowan county between san rafael. i don't see a lot of slowing out of rohnert park, santa rosa and petaluma. they look like a decent commute for this time of the morning. it is 7:37. let's bring steve back in here. >> thank you, sir. it is doom and gloom with the fog back but first let's start with the tahoe report by toyota. squaw valley 31, south lake tahoe 17 and truckee at 16. they could use is snow but maybe a little bit sunday into monday. 50s on the highs friday into
saturday, cloudy and cooler on sunday. late sunday into monday we are we do with very light snow. it is pretty quiet right now and they need snow, and we need the rain with neither one really on the way. six inches of rain in santa rosa and we need to check into that, or and a half for san francisco with san jose at 3 1/4, and that is what we should get an february. we have not had a drop yet, on par with 1864 when san francisco did not get a drop. rings can always change but it does not look like it. cooler is the main message with fog roaring back, upper 50s and 60s, coming down a good 20 degrees in the last two days. i 50s and low 60s. 50, 48 and 36 is the record. southwest breeze at 6 miles an
hour. gusting up to 15 but not bad. low clouds on the coast with a few 30s. this is the onshore direction and set of the offshore which brings in that low cloud deck, not going anywhere anytime soon. coastal low clouds and cooler for all with temperatures getting back to where they should be, upper 50s to low 60s. not much change over the weekend with heidi mid-level clouds, but we stay in the 60s. google is taking extra steps to make sure your home is safe when you are way. coming up, but all customers will be required to do with their new security system or extra layer of protection. the top ratings out for the 2020 vehicles, and we tell you which models made the list and why. we have the corruption scandal involving the former public works director. we will also talk about the das new plan to reimburse drivers that have had their cars broken into on the city streets.
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democrats on capitol hill are demanding an investigation into why the department of justice reduced the recommended sentence for roger stone, longtime ally of president trump. president trump said he never spoke with attorney general william barr about a sentencing recommendation for stone but let him be known that he thought the 7 to 9 years sentencing recommended by prosecutors is too harsh. they reduce the recommended sentence to two to three years. >> i want to thank the justice department forcing this
horrible thing. i did not speak to them, by the way, just so you understand. they thought it was horrible for a nine year sentence for doing nothing and you have murderers and drug addicts that get more than nine years. >> what is more stinking than the most powerful person in the country literally changing the rules to benefit the chrome guilty of breaking the law? >> late last year stone was convicted on charges of obstructing and blocking witness testimony and lying under oath. his sentencing is one week from today. democrats get to question william barr about the sentencing recommendation for stone when he appears before the house judiciary committee on march 31st. some people and oak glen are on a rent strike and say the landlord is not taking care of the basic maintenance. the 14 tenants have been on rent strike for the last for back months and said the
landlord failed to maintain the building even while raising the rent. tenants are working with two community groups in hopes of buying the building. >> they are willing to sit down and negotiate the sale of the property which we see as a fantastic way. >> tennis were inspired by the moms for housing group, the homeless women that took over a home that were evicted. they're working with the community group to buy the home. four is recalling a quarter million suvs worldwide due to some defects. that has model years 2013 through 2018 that are affected. the suspension part can fracture increasing the risk of crash. they will notify owners next month to replace the part. the nonprofit picking cars they consider the safest of the year from the topics of the insurance for highway safety.
that is the mazda, subaru legacy and toyota camry. it is good headlights, standard equipment, automatic braking systems and high marks in crash tests are factors. a lawsuit related to advertising on children and the massachusetts attorney general filed a lawsuit against the san francisco company accusing it to running ads on nickelodeon, cartoon network and back in 2015 through 2016. the lawsuit blames juul for getting young people addicted to vaping. the company said they have not read the lawsuit but stopped all advertising. >> the number of confirmed cases of the coronaviruses up taking stocks down with pam cook on today's dollars and cents. >> wall street does not like uncertainty and today it comes from doctors in china
announcing revisions in the process of for diagnosing patients. the number of cases went up by 15,000 overnight. when the opening bell rang this morning stocks drop with hilton dropping 2% on news it is closing 150 hotels in china because of the coronavirus. hotels, casinos, cruise lines and airlines taking the biggest hit from the outbreak. the dow jones is down half percent, 162 points. the s&p 500 down to 3369 with the nasdaq down a quarter. the sacramento-based newspaper filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. that is one of the largest newspapers publishers including the three papers but they plan on continuing after new ownership as a digital company.
the biggest loss will likely be to the shareholders and employees that expect a pension and those are expected to be canceled. homeowners racing to refinance home loans as the mortgage rates slipped to the lowest level in nearly 3 years. the 30 year fixed-rate loans are averaging 3.45% and the rate on the 15 year loan is below 3%. alaskan airlines announced they plan on expanding the relationship with american airlines and join the one world airline network. this spring travelers will be able to earn the alaskan miles on american flight. by next summer alaska hopes to be able to offer mileage rewards on all one world airlines including qantas, british airways and alaska pacific. google owns the security system and will require customers to use two factor
author authentication. they have to enter password and verification co. google says this will give customers more control over the nest home devices. this comes after amazon was hit with a lawsuit over the home security system ring. never playing with the raiders but antonio brown seems to be open to return to the team after appearing on the sports podcast yesterday. brown city spoke with head coach jon gruden but said he does not know what happens but if the raiders wanted him back he would think about it. they acquired the star receiver from the pittsburgh steelers in the off-season but he never played a game due to injuries and disagreements with coaches. armor quarterback colin kaepernick is writing a memoir to be released this year for the newly formed company, kaepernick publishing. he added that he decided to write the memoir to tell what led to his decision to kneel down during the national anthem
back in 2017 when he was with the san francisco 49ers. let's start with southbound 101 and for the most part it has been a typical commute, to say it is slow from roland boulevard or what i call the costco exit heading to central san rafael for that stretch. santa rosa also getting slower traffic. that is through downtown santa rosa. otherwise we look all right if you're driving to the bay bridge, typical. the approach at the macarthur maze looks okay. the san mateo bridge is lighter for your commute, and does not seem as slow as it was earlier when it was foggy. dumbarton bridge is slow all the way across. it is 7:49. let's bring stay back. >> thank you, sal. we are out of that record high setting territory from monday tuesday with 80 degree
temperatures. out of richmond our viewer doing the happy the fog is back the cool things off. yes, it was way above average. the coast of clouds screaming back with 58/50 for the city and an average of 60/48 with the record of 37 in 1956. southland at 4 with humidity at 80%. fearful that 38 but mainly 40s and 50s due to that low cloud deck and onshore breeze that is a west-southwest. ocon, berkeley hills and east bay hills, and all the way to the delta. with the fog in place today coastal low clouds with a little bit of drizzle. it is not raining but it is drizzling. again we get that back with 50s and 60s on the temperatures. the temperatures are cooler and
that will stay with that little bit of drizzle. that drizzle at .01 could be the only rain for the month. >> let's hope not. valentine's day is tomorrow with the u.s. customs and border protection wrapping up the inspection on flowers crossing the border into the country and what they're looking for before the flowers are allowed him. a severe impact on growers in the central valley and the major concern that the winter rainy season feels more like spring. the search is on for the next face for the gerber baby and how your child could be the next baby ambassador. mike: anyone hear the slogan,
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it is 7:54. the cost and permit, cost going up again. the cost rose by more than $1 billion and now total cost of $80 billion. it is on schedule to meet the 2022 deadline to have 20% of the track late in the first segment of the central valley. the entire la design cisco router could be running back 2033 if funding becomes available. the city of san jose is setting aside $7 million to make the streets safer for cyclists, pedestrians and drivers. 60 people were killed in traffic crashes in san jose last year with already three
that have died this year. >> when you talk about individuals losing their life on the road with pedestrians and bicyclists, we need to invest in that today to literally save lives. >> the task force will come up with the design changes for the most dangerous troubled spot to. a single mother with a child of disability and a victim of the campfire got a big surprise. she was given a refurbished bmw donated by the charity cars. she lost her home in paradise with all of their belongings. her six-year-old son as a kidney disease and requires critical care by specialists at the children's hospital. >> my son and i have had a rough patch in the last few years with the vehicle and medical issues. now we can get down to stanford to make his appointment, and
working and stuff like that. we feel privileged and blessed. >> the car was donated through the project spark initiative helping those trying to create a better life for themselves, their families and the community. setting the new record for the most time a woman is spent in space is talking about her space station assignment. christina koch is proud of her record and proud to be part of the all-female spacewalk. she said many astronauts report bouts of motion sickness but that she has managed to avoid that, but has new appreciation for being on earth. >> i feel great. all of these new things i'm experiencing, you see your mind wake up to the sensory experiences that define earth and the things that are here. >> katherine cook said it
includes walking on the beach at galveston, texas, spending time with her husband and their dog. she hopes to make history again when nasa chooses the first female astronaut to go to the moon, and she is one of 12 women eligible for the job. nasa will start accepting applications in march for the next spacewalkers. it is highly competitive. only 12 were chosen the last time round out of 18,000 qualified applicants. applicants have to have a masters degree in s.t.e.m. related field, two years experience in a related field like being a pilot. doctors could get special consideration. gerber is looking for a new baby to be the face of the company and you have until they were 21st to submit your photos. the child must be younger than four years old and the winner will get $20,000 and serve as the 2020 gerber baby ambassador. the pursuit of california to make a move and plans on bringing awareness to a growing problem of global plastic pollution. they will no longer sell single- use plastic bottles.
there will be a sculpture to show the problem and there will be teachings on anti-plastic initiatives. stimulating school shootings has a dramatic effect on some students and there are concerns that these drills cause anxiety and stress which lead children to think that their learning environment is unsafe. teachers are asking administrators to redesign the program and consider input from students, law enforcement and mental health professionals. some high schools in connecticut are fighting to keep the transgender athletes on the sidelines after three girls filed a lawsuit asking them to bark email athletes from running in the female raises. austin say that bracing against those with a want male anatomy is unfair. so far day and 16 other states allow transgender athletes to
compete in female sports without any regulations. jackie speier introduced legislation to remove a 1982 deadline for the ratification of the constitutional amendment to guarantee equal rights under the law regardless of sex. and needed 38 states the past but only got 35 states by the deadline. since then three more states voted to ratify the e.r.a. with the most recent virginia, last month. new reaction after the overnight standoff in san jose ends with the arrest of a man and what witnesses say about the 10 hour ordeal in the neighborhood. the coronavirus outbreak continues to grow as health officials work to keep it from spreading. we have the latest on the cases in california. the new tiny homes opening its doors for some people in the east bay. we are live at castor valley helping the homeless get public housing.
from ktvu fox 2 news this is mornings on 2. >> good morning and welcome back to mornings on 2 on this thursday, february 13. i am mike mibach. >> i am gasia mikaelian. steve paulson, the gray skies and cool temperatures are back. >> yes, it is back. from penn grove to santa rosa, and i just tweeted out earlier, would that be ironic if the only rainfall measurable in san francisco this month is from the drizzle. santa rosa sprinkling but not a lot, and i had a report from penn grove also. the fog is back, 40s and 50s on temperatures with a few 30s. cloverdale at 36 and the big stories cooler temperatures with coastal fog, back to put is your average on the highs. we have sal with an update on the traffic. >> we still have slowing and
westbound 24 through lafayette and in orinda there is slowing. slowing in contra costa county and highway 4 is solid through pittsburg. a few earlier accidents were to blame for that. 680 and concord slow to danville. looking at 80 it is low to the bay bridge, a 20 minute delay. we will take another look at this commute another's in a few minutes. it is 8:01. there's new information about the overnight standoff in the city of san jose and the police captured a fugitive hiding in an east san jose neighborhood not far from the raging waters amusement park. we are live at the scene with a new account from elissa harrington. >> reporter: good morning. i am on vista verde drive. this is the house where the suspect was found under this morning. what i'm learning from neighbors and family members is that the police set off
teargas and you can see the homes side by side and they went into one house first and set off the teargas. they went to the home next door and did the same thing. they sent in a canine which is where the suspect was found. the suspect is being treated at the hospital with non-life- threatening injuries. the home he was found in the longs to his father and stepmother. the police will only say that the man was wanted for a homicide. when i spoke with family members this morning they said that was news to him. they said they don't know what he did or when that may have happened. the police came out here yesterday afternoon and blocked off the street and would not let the neighbors that live here, home. the people that were at their homes were told to stay put. i spoke with one neighbor this morning and she talked about what that experience was like. >> they laid off teargas or something in it was a lot of
smoke from a gun. and i stayed in the house for another hour and they came to knock on the door and told me that i had to leave. i could not get to my car. i went up the street and stayed with a friend, and spent the night there. >> reporter: the standoff lasted for hours and the s.w.a.t. team was here with the helicopter flying overhead. they used many different tactics to try to get the man outside of the home. the canine was able to take him into custody. you can see investigators wearing white suits going in and out of one of the homes where they set off the teargas. they are wearing those suits because there is gas in the air and have to protect themselves but that person was taken into custody just after 3:00 in the morning. his name is not been released. the police will release more
information later today. i can tell you that vista verde drive is still closed off to the traffic with the tape up. they are turning people away. elissa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. santa rosa police are investigating and overnight shooting at olive street park. they found one man with a gunshot wound to the leg. detectives searched the scene but did not find an attacker. they did not have much information on the person that hurt him, and he was taken to the hospital but is expected to recover. a suspect is in custody after a crash at mission 23rd shortly before 4:30 yesterday afternoon. the driver was speeding down 23rd street moments before the collision. witnesses said that the car accelerated turning onto mission street, hit a pedestrian, crosswalk and
slamming into a bus letting off passengers or >> the bus when across the intersection and was struck by the driver and it quickly went up on the sidewalk. it mowed down people coming off the bus. >> i woman was slightly hurt but only needed medical attention at the scene of the crash. witnesses said the driver raced away but eventually returned to the crash site. the police retained him and he did pass the field sobriety test. he was arrested for leaving the scene of the crash and running a red light the first coronavirus death with a woman in her 80s raising concerns about the reliability of the china data methods. the providence at the center of the disease, wuhan, china, changing the way they confirmed cases. the death toll close to 1400 people with over 60,000 confirmed cases, 15,000 more
than yesterday. some political leaders have also been fired. a second american evacuated from china tested positive for the virus and flew from wuhan, china to miramar last week. the patient is being treated at the uc san diego medical center. the second person tested positive also went to mayor mark but the two patient arrived on different lights and never met. a palo alto woman and her 15-year-old daughter are at home after being quarantined for two weeks after the coronavirus care. >> esther tebeka and her daughter reunited and she hugged her 13 and 11-year-old children. she had not seen them since visiting relatives in wuhan, china at the beginning of the year. >> we are overjoyed. i am happy we are reunited. hopefully nothing will separate us again. >> late last month esther
tebeka and her oldest daughter booked a special evacuation plight to get americans out of wuhan and flew to the march air reserve base were there were quarantined and released after getting cleared of the virus. a new community of tiny homes open its doors to the new residence this morning and we have ktvu allie rasmus live in castor valley to explain how this program works and who will benefit. >> reporter: good morning, gasia. the goal is to provide traditional housing for those that have been homeless, living in shelters or in their vehicles. this is a new tiny home community at the parking lot at the first presbyterian church in hayward at castor valley. let's go inciting take a look at this tiny homes. only 153 square feet with six of them on the church parking lot. this is tom fleming who
designed the homes and what was the most important things to include to make this feel like a little home? >> we wanted to make them have everything you would need to live independently and these have their own bathroom and their own kitchen so that people can prepare their own meals, get ready for work and have a safe place to sleep at night. they can lock up their positions without worrying about people stealing them, etc. >> reporter: the bathroom and plumbing makes this different from other cabin communities. >> yes. these are set up so that someone can live without supervision necessarily, as you would have in your own apartment. >> reporter: how quickly can these be constructed, and what do they cost? >> these were built in the parking lot in livermore and it took about six weeks to complete the units, and four weeks to do the foundation and plumbing. the cost abruptly is about $65,000 or $70,000 if we just
bought everything. a lot of this was donated, and a lot of the time and materials was donated by the local building trades. even at that price, it is maybe 25% of the cost it would be to build supportive housing like in san jose, for instance. >> reporter: that has tom fleming, the designer and builder with the nonprofit group, lifeline housing. they have the grand opening ceremony they will have at 9:00. that will be when the first six residents will move into these tiny homes. you can see they are happy about it and getting ready to have a celebration for it. we will be here at 9:00 to cover that when it happens. allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. back to sal would go to
look at a commute and what grade would you give this morning commute? >> it is not graded on a curve so i would give it the c on average. it has kind of improved since earlier this morning when we had more difficulty. let's go back to highway 8 4 which is slower than normal. so we 680, however, 80 is average. we do have some improvement. on the richmond bridge into moran it looks okay with an average commute. we have back and forth traffic. 880 northbound is slowing down. if you are used to the slowdowns and you commute you will see them this morning across the bridges and in the hilton valley. that includes northbound to 80, 101 and 85. some spots are getting better but it is ever so slowly. it is a: 10. let's bring in steve. >> thank you, sal. we could use some rain and snow. we do not find that but we do
have a little bit of drizzle because the coastal low clouds are back for good start. it is a gray skies start and they cannot find their rain shoes so they say they have to keep whining about it. and doug says he feels guilty about turning on the sprinklers but the trees and lawn are getting very dry. i hear that a lot lately. it is really dry but the fog is back. it looks like a may and june pattern, but that is what we are dealing with. the offshore breeze ending and the low cloud deck is making a move but this is the dry pattern, unfortunately. the fog returns with a little bit of drizzle in the near future. we did have some this morning with that coastal low clouds and drizzle. cooler for all with upper 50s and low 60s.
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elizabeth warren and joe biden are looking for boost in their campaign. >> we need to hear from nevada and south carolina on super tuesday and beyond. >> the former new york city mayor michael bloomberg focusing on the super tuesday contest on march 3rd including california. the senator sanders campaign releasing video with harsh criticism for pg&e. it shows video of people that lost their homes due to the california wildfires. there comments from the center supporters that are praising the call for pg&e to be a public owned utility. and nevada will hold its caucuses on saturday, fibber 22nd. organizers said they will not use the pair of apps similar to that used in iowa. nevada would use paper ballots, and numbers and online check-in system for voters. skeptics say the process may not simplify matters. the chairman of the democratic
party resigned in iowa and in the letter troy price apologized saying he takes responsibility. the reporting methods for the 1700 iowa prisons broke down causing slow reporting of results. the interim chair will be selected saturday at an emergency meeting. sny king county home to the multibillion dollar agricultural industry. farmers say the weather is too hot, too soon. >> we are trying to force the trees and crops to move forward a faster than what we want them to be doing. is too early to tell whether there will be any damages. >> the farmer stand on losing money due to the crops with decreased irrigation. before when you came through there was a crash earlier but that cleared out with no repercussions.
other commutes are not so lucky. let's go to the south bay. i want to show you this south bay commute, marred by crashes. it is a really slow commute into mountain view and palo alto. it is obvious all the jobs are here and here based on where everyone is going. here's a look at downtown san jose or just before. it has improved a little bit from the earlier issues. we are looking at the bay bridge toll plaza, and the traffic is moving along okay. there have been no major issues. driving in greene county we have seen slow traffic. i want to mention something in petaluma at rohnert park with a serious collision. it is 8:18. let's bring stay back with the weather. >> we have a good ball banquet drizzle reported from in grove up to santa rosa. it is light and officially ending winter with no rain in
sight and we are in a drought. it is a situation where we are not getting any rain but it can change. but it is not changing anytime soon. 42% rainfall deficit with 68% at santa rosa. it should be 6 inches of rain in santa rosa, born half inches in san francisco and 3 1/3 inches in san jose. at this time it looks dry out into next week. we could get windy with some fog and drizzle that could trigger the gates to .01. we are on track to type mdccclxiv in san francisco when they got no rain at all in february. only .04 in february 1963. low clouds making a good push with many locations saying it is low clouds or fog.
while it is dry temperatures have come down and staying down with upper 50s and 60s for the weekend. some drizzle in our future. the coast and bay cooler for all, out of the 70s and 80s with 50s and 60s on the temperature. but i don't see any rain yet and right now we have to hang our hat on the cooler air. it is a: 20. we hear from the players involved in the astral sign stealing scandal and what they say about cheating during the world series run. a man caught on camera walking onto the lawn to steal a log dog and what they're offering to get their dog back. you know when you're at ross and... wow!
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i hope to regain the trust of baseball fans. >> the team owner jim crane and new manager dusty baker said the players should not be punished in a lapse from the team old leadership. a woman from san jose said that she and her husband are heartbroken after someone stole their french bulldog yesterday at 10:00 a.m. at salon 52. you can see this man moving the chair before he unhooked the leash from the caller and when no one is looking he grabs the dog and takes off. >> we are really upset that someone could do that. she is a beautiful dog, and maybe it's greed. maybe he wants to sell the dog, i'm not sure. >> the dog was a gift from a friend, sweet, loyal and obedient. the man that took him described as 35 to 40 years old last seen wearing a black and blue
vertical stripe hoodie. the couple is offering a $1000 reward for information leading to the return of their dog. scheduling to resume testimony in the murder trial of john lee cowell, accused of stabbing to death nia wilson and seriously injuring her sister. his defense team said he suffers from schizophrenic dilution. he testified he thought the sisters were aliens that were going to attack and kidnap his grandmother. but the prosecutors say the testimony is all an act and they believe it was racially motivated. the 6.2 magnitude earthquake at the coast of japan hit early this morning. the associated press reports that japan did not issue a tsunami warning. this earthquake comes after 5.2 earthquake struck near japan yesterday. 15,000 safeway workers between monterey and eureka could go on strike after canceling the contract with the
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it is growing tensions between the san francisco 49ers and city of santa clara. a big decline in ridership on bart and we will tell you how big of a drop the numbers show and possible reasons behind the change. from ktvu fox 2 news this is mornings on 2. >> it is 8:30 on this thursday . thank you for joining us.
i am gasia mikaelian . >> good morning. i am mike mibach. steve, you said the fog could be rolling back in and you're right, it is >>. >> we are looking for rain but cannot find it. we can find drizzle and a big fog bank. 40s and 50s on the temperatures and it is cold and foggy it monterey bay, and yes it is. 40s and 50s at knights landing and monterey at 39. that fog bank makes it looks like june. we are cooling off to near average for this time of the year. sal is here and has been kind of busy. >> we still have busy traffic. we start off at miranda and sonoma county. at petaluma and novato it is a nice drive. this is rohnert park and i just
lost my list. that is petaluma hill road and allen drive at petaluma park, avoid that area. the bay bridge is moderate to heavy. east bay, 880, 580 and highway 213 you can see still have a lot of slow traffic. also on highway 4. we will come back and take a look at the contra costa commute a little bit closer. we have an hours long standoff in san jose that ended overnight with the arrest of a homicide suspect. it started last night at vista verde drive and the tully road. neighbors noticed the police firing tear gas in the neighborhood and officers focused on the house next door were the canine unit help to take the suspect in custody. they say the future was wanted for homicide in we have elissa harrington looking into the
developments in the store in will join us live in a few minutes. an unprovoked attack happened 6:00 tuesday night with the trainer approaching the lake merritt station in oakland. the victim said that the man asking for directions and hit him with what he thought was a bike lock. the passenger was treated for non-life-threatening injuries but the attacker has not been found. your people are riding bart at night and on weekends and we have new numbers and the possible reason for the loss in ridership. >> reporter: the new numbers may be surprising for some and bart has lost nearly 10 million passengers over the last few years. the morning commute is not the problem, always busy during the peak hours. the night and weekend trips have a major decline in ridership. of a survey of 662 passengers showing crime, dirty stations and trains, and limited service as the reason people do not
ride the trains. it is down to 50 million from 62 million in 2015. bart made changes to address homelessness and crime and have assigned ambassadors to patrol the stations in the afternoon and evening hours. one spokesperson got back to me saying the board of directors will meet over the next two days to develop strategy for increasing off peak time ridership. that is increased police presence and improving the brighter experience. daniel two day workshop gets underway right now in oakland. live from the newsroom, cristina rendon, ktvu fox 2 news. the 49ers are fighting the city of santa clara over control over the levi's stadium. they will no longer manage concerts, sporting events including the nfl games.
the city is accusing the 49ers of siphoning off over $800,000 in sponsorship deals and revenue over the last few years. >> you can terminate for misappropriation, willful misconduct or misrepresentation or fraud. >> the 49ers responded saying the city is retaliating against the team for working to defeat measure sea c. the 49ers say that the santa clara leaders are on a heavy political vendetta against the team. the board of trustees for the evergreen school district will vote on whether to close two of the schools. last month the superintendent accepted the recommendation by the district school consolidation advisory committee to close the laurelwood and dove hill elementary schools at the end of the academic year. the district says they are facing a $12 million deficit and declining attendance.
the woodrow wilson elementary school will reopen as the michelle obama elementary school. the school board unanimously approved the change last night just ahead of the 36 main dollar plan to rebuild the woodrow wilson elementary school. they can back away from president wilson that let federal agencies segregate their department. this is an affirmation of what the former first lady stood for during her eight years in the white house. >> they all recognize her andover initiative of healthy eating, you can do it. she is so encouraging. >> the michelle obama elementary school passes unanimously. >> there are few dozen schools named after former president obama and first lady michelle obama around the country, mostly serving diverse communities. the wilson school student body is 35% latino and african-
american. you mentioned the contra costa county so do you want to start their? >> i do. highway 4 is not doing well due to earlier things that happened and that regular commute. it is backed up almost to antioch. for this late in the morning i would stay. certain people this morning will be late with the string of nonserious crashes, but serious enough to block the lanes making it very slow. from antioch to concord bring a good attitude because you need it. southbound 680 slow from pleasant hill to walnut creek. things are beginning to get better heading into walnut creek, danville, getting a little bit better. in the east bay 580 is slow and so is highway 213, and northbound 880. as we go to the bay bridge toll plaza backed up for 20 to 25
minute delay before getting onto the span. it is 8:36. let's bring in steve with the weather. >> we have the fog back with a coastal variety in place and some drizzle. we could use some rain but nothing anytime soon for sure. the rainfall deficit, and falling. the good news is that the reservoir levels are still in pretty good shape after the last year which helps. as far as the rainfall goes, we could use 6 inches for the month of february, average for santa rosa. 4 1/2 inches for santa rosa and 3 1/3 inches for san jose. this dry forecast taking us next week and beyond. he sure looks that way. we are on track to tie 1864 in san francisco, and the month of
february not one drop pale. also 1953, .04 for the second lowest. it's possible we could see .01 or .02 from drizzle that could be in the forecast as we head into tonight, tomorrow and saturday. no rain but we could get some measurable drizzle. temperatures will be cooler today with 50s and 60s. temperatures have come back down and i don't think they are going anywhere into the weekend. changes are coming to wells fargo under new leadership and why the company plans on splitting the bank from three business units in the five. we talk with san francisco mayor london breed about the scandal involving the public works director and the district plan to reimburse residents that have had their vehicles broken into.
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the state says the number of coronaviruses is up but bringing stocks down to let's get over to pam cook. >> good morning. the market is down from uncertainty after doctors announced revisions in the process of diagnosing coronavirus patients. that sent stocks down from asia to europe overnight. also the u.s. when our opening bell rang this morning. the hardest hit businesses are the airlines, cruise ships, and hotels. hilton is temporarily closing 150 hotels in china due to the coronavirus with stocks down 2%. the dow jones dropping to in a points when the bell rang but coming back a little bit. the traders and investors continually weighing in on the coronavirus, the effect of businesses and global economy.
the s&p 500 down slightly. the nasdaq has turned positive, just slightly back above 9700. wells fargo is announcing big changes, dividing the three business units into five. the bank is separating the wholesale business into a commercial bank and investment bank. wells fargo will split the consumer bank into two units. one will focus on branches and small businesses, and the other will handle consumer lending. this is the first major structural change under the new ceo and the first since the fake account scandal from 2016. valentine's day means an influx of flower imports from other countries as border agents check them for invasive species. their checking power imports at all ports of entry. the chrysanthemums and juniper are not allowed in the u.s. because they are known to carry
the disease and pests. people that want to get into the restaurant business are trying new tactics. >> this is apricot, habanero and ginger sauce. >> that is a unique recipe. some entrepreneurs are turning to something called ghost kitchens. they make the food in the kitchen of other restaurants. instead of serving it in the restaurant they pack it up for delivery services to take it to the homes and offices. >> when we delivered, everything is compartmentalized in separate little containers. we have instruction on how to put it together, and that kind of thing. >> at the brick and mortar and this day and age does not make
sense. >> that is because of the cost. the entrepreneurs say just setting up a kitchen will cost a half million dollars net could double depending on the location and size. ghost kitchens are gaining popularity across california big cities including in the bay area. some people feel it is misleading because there's not an actual restaurant but the recipes and food is still there. let's get back to sal for one last look at the commute. >> we have delays of over 40 minutes at sfo. they tend to pop up when we have fog. we have been talking about that so let's take a look at your commutes. some have fog and some have clouds not really affecting the drive. in fact, most drivers have not been affected by the fog. it is foggy at lafayette with highway 4 very slow. you have your own adjective for
it. pittsburg to concord is ridiculously slow. it's a little bit better on 24. we have traffic on 880, 580 and 13. the westbound bay bridge is backed up for 25 minutes. it is 8:45. mainly a low cloud deck with a few locations that have a little bit of fog including livermore and santa rosa. lease is up and says it's time to wash the car, plant the flowers, put away the skis and break out the boats, whatever works to break this pattern. i agree it is a very dry pattern and we do need the rain but not getting any rain. very dry this weekend and probably next week as well. there's nothing that says that the rain is on the way. it could change but i don't see anything right now. we do have a big fog bank impacting the city with the high 58 and low of 50, an average of 60 and 48 with below a little bit. the city of 50 degrees with
barometer rising to 30.11. 50s on a lot of the temperatures with a few 30s to the north. the onshore breeze the south wind, maybe a west wind at the oakland hills, berkeley hills and even at the delta. with that in place it is a dry but cooler pattern. this fog returns with the coastal variety and the coast and bay will be hard-pressed to warm up. inland temperatures near average with some drizzle this morning. that is from penn grove to santa rosa. cooler for all and a breeze for some. 50s and 60s on the temperatures today and we have cool down. that is about what we get for the all-important weekend. it is 8:47. still to come on the ninth we catch up with the founder of the sierra nevada brewing company.
>> the free agency is kind of an interesting outcome. when the season starts, spring training and the season starts, who knows the deal you will get. right now i'm excited to be here and get started. >> bumgarner is instrumental in the giants and the signing was for the $85 million deal. the oakland a's hope to build on the momentum this season. the biggest story line surrounding the team is the pitcher, calling out the houston astros for sign stealing. >> you would be looked upon as the guy that got us to this point, and it was going to take that i think. i know that mlb does a great
job monitoring this thing but they can only do so much. it took a player on the team to put it over the top. i think that mlb is handling it very well right now. >> we will see how both teams handle the signs dealing scandal on the field and the first game of the season for the astros is against the a's. the newest player for the golden state andrew wiggins shows why the warriors traded for him leading the scoring at 27 points. they could not get the key defendants stopped late, 112- 106. the warriors have no players in the all-star game for the first time in eight mac years. the nation's largest teachers union are calling to end the shooter drills in school saying it has a dramatic effect on students, concerned it can cause anxiety and stress. it leads to the children thinking that their learning environment is not safe.
they will consider input from students, law enforcement and mental health professionals. fighting to keep transgender athletes on the sidelines and three girls filed a lawsuit asking the federal judge to bar transgender female athletes from running in the email raises. the three female students say racing against those that were once male is not fair. in 13 other states they are allowed to participate in high schools sports without any regulation. the massachusetts attorney general filed a lawsuit against the san francisco based company of juul, accusing it of running ads appearing on nickelodeon, nick jr., cartoon network back in 2015 and 2016. the lawsuit blames juul for getting millions of young people addicted to vaping. juul said they have not read the lawsuit but stopped all advertising. still to come on the nine,
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a group of whale watchers and people did more than watch. the whale gave a tour but a little nudge and allowed sightseers to actually pat the whale. they are currently migrating from their feeders grounds in alaska. the whales are currently friendly . happening today the oakland zoo will stop selling beverages in plastic bottles. the first zoo in california to do so. it is part of the plan to bring awareness to the growing problem of global plastic pollution.
zoo officials will also unveil three sculptures as a visual representation of the pollution problem. there will also be stations for visitors to learn about anti- plastic initiatives. the astronaut who set the record for the most time a woman has spent time in space is talking. christina koch says she is proud she set the record and is proud to have been part of the all-female spacewalk. she is gradually readjusting to life on earth. she says many astronauts have reported bouts of motion sickness, but she has managed to avoid that. she says she has no appreciation for being here on earth. >> i am feeling great. i think all of the new things i am experiencing, sort of you see your mind wake up to the sensory experiences that define earth. >> she says she is enjoying spending time with her husband and dog. she is hoping to make history again and go to the moon. she is one of 12 women eligible. nasa says it will start accepting applications for the
moonwalk in march. only 12 astronauts were chosen the last time around from 18,000 qualified applicants. to qualified get special consideration. the wide receiver owed tony brown applicants need to have a masters degree in a s.t.e.m. related field in 2 years experience in a related field such as being a pilot. antonio brown never played a game due to injuries and disagreements with coaches with the steelers. former nfl quarterback colin kaepernick announced he is writing a memoir to be released sometime this year. he says the memoir will be released through his newly formed company, colin kaepernick publishing, in a
publisher with audible. he added he decided to write this memoir to tell a story about what led to his decision to neil during the national anthem. that happened back in 2016, when he was the quarterback with the san francisco 49ers. this video has people on the internet taking sides. we will let you know about the heated exchange for a man, when he starts punching a seat in front of him. childcare providers, struggling to make ends meet. >> i have a family to raise, i have a family to feed. >> 2 investigates looks into why state payments are often late or inconsistent. pushing the limits for many b.a.r.t. riders and others. good morning it is thursday, finally we are getting a glimpse of the weekend, coming up. it is a little bit foggy today, it does not feel like a february day. it should be