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coming up. contra costa county tightening restrictions on face masks. we'll take a look at the new restrictions and what led the county to use them. the concerns that the virus is spreading. >> and officials in martinez are preparing for a protest after vandalism of a black lives matter mural gained national attention. >> fro m ktvu fox 2, this is mornings on 2. >> good morning one and all.
it's sunday july the 12th. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm claudine wong. good morning to you, frank. thank you for joining us. rosemary orozco is watching the warm temperatures. rosemary, you know it's a little hot for me. i'll be honest. >> how about one more day and we start to bring it down. another warm one expected. good morning to you and good morning to frank. we are looking at blue skies, just a little bit of patchy fog. 60s at the coast to about 100 degrees, maybe a ttle bit above for our hotter spots today. temperatures peak this afternoon. we begin a cooldown tomorrow. i have details coming up. >> rosemary, thank you. more than 7,000 people have
died from the coronavirus. so far 319,000 people have tested positive for the virus in the state. 8,000 new cases is the last 24 hours. california department of healths had new warned sonoma county it is on the state's monitoring list because of the growing number of coronavirus cases. that means new restrictions could be issued monday morning. allie rasmus explains what that would mean for businesses. >> reporter: when a county is placed on the state's monitoring list, that moans they have to start tightening up on restrictions. he could put a stop op indoor dinings. tastings at wineries would have to take place outdoors only.
movie theaters would have to stop indoor activities and places like arcades would have to stop operating indoors as well. bars, clubs, breweries would only be able to serve alcohol outside when a customer purchases a meal. sonoma county has 1,900 cases with 51 new cases in the past 24 hours. that is five times the amount they had in june so. county health officials are expected to make an announcement tomorrow. reporting live, allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. the county health department did issue a long list of new rules which does
include a mandate on masks and new restrictions on both indoor and outdoor activities. it comes after 8% of the people in the county tested for the coronavirus last week came back with positive test results. >> it's an alarming rate. can you imagine 100 people going to do the testing and that's alarming. >> it goes into effect tomorrow morning. in marin counties coronavirus outbreak has led to the death of five residents in a nursing home. this is at the marin post acute nursing center in san rafael. it is home to some 170
residents. 17 of the staff members have also tested positive for the coronavirus. starting tomorrow several businesses will be allowed to open in santa clara county. outdoor dining will resume along with gyms and fitness centers. facial coverings will be required. cardio and aerobics will not be allowed. if residents want to see businesses reopen, they need to do their part. >> if you think the test results will show we don't have a problem in santa clara county, then let's prove that. if you think there's a big problem or there could be, the only way we're going to figure that out is to keep testing. >> in the last two weeks almost
2,000 people have been diagnosed with covid-19. nobody wants to shut things down again. county health officers are urging people to wear masks. santa clara will open testing sites. they will be in san jose and gilroy. each site can conduct 500 tests a day. the two sites are in san jose at independent high school and at the county of santa clara services center auditorium. they're open tuesday through friday. the gilroy le occasion site is located at the south county annex on ren avenue. it, too, will be open tuesday through friday from 1:00 to
6:00 p.m. happening today the city of martinez is bracing for a huge protest and possibly a counter protest. many downtown businesses and shops are boarding up for what could be the largest demonstration ever for this city of 40,000. what was supposed to be a black lives matter event quickly gained steam. white supremacy fliers have showed up. martinez police requested help from other law enforcement agencies as they prepare for the rally. it is set to begin at 4:00 outside the courthouse in martinez. a missing hayward woman has been found.
people recognized elaine young. young has been missing since may 19th. family and friends had a re newed sense of hope when she was seen on a doorbell camera. >> that is great news. all right. let's check in with rosemary. i can see the fog lifting. that tells me it is going to be h-o-t. it will be warmer, even a tad hotter for sun before temperatures begin to come down. a live look at the ocean estuary where we have patchy fog and san francisco, you can see patchy fog and just inside the bay. san francisco at 53.
60 in oakland. shopping 62. you can see from the icons there plenty of sunshine around the area. down by two in napa. out the date we're similar to where we were on saturday. sfo breeze at 9 miles an hour. getting into the afternoon, we're looking at temperatures well above the seasonal average. santa rosa, 97 expected for you. the seasonal norm is 83. oakland at 81. 100 degrees expected for livermore and 91 over san jose. better look around at some of the numbers before i let you
know. 102 for antioch. north bay 92 for san rafael. upper 60s for pacifica. 80s for areas like capitalo. details on that extended forecast coming up in just a bit. >> okay. thanks, rosemary. coming up, four cities in alameda county are pushing back on the decision to end outdoor dining. which cities will not been forcing the guidelines. plus,goering up to come back to the mystery house. >> power through your morning when you wake up on 2. hop flr r your way!
>>are alerting people about another coyote. last night a coyote approached someone on reimer drive. the coyote was last seen running into an orchard. fairyland has been part of the theme park in oakland since it opened in 1950. the park said they have run out of money from the paycheck protection program and was forced to furlough its employees. then the recent surge in covid- 19 cases has postponed the
reopening. the farmers market opens at 9:00 this morning but the first hour will be reserved for seniors and high risk shoppers. it will our local produce and food craft products. the montague expressway near the great mall in milpitas remains closed. piper drive, falcon drive and borderway will also be shut down. traffic will be detoured on the south milpitas road. traffic on the bridge will remain open but drivers should expect a slow down around the toll plaza. the roadway approaching the toll plaza will be narrowed down to one southbound lane and two northbound lanes. beginning today the transit
system will undergo a temporary restructures. will be duesed by reduced by 50%. they will allow for physical distancing on the buses. the slow streets program extended to the east and west of the city. the city reduced the number of available lines along 14th street between fillper and west middle. city officials say the street shutdowns will offer easier access to food the middle schoo the winchester mystery house has been given the grown light to reopen for self-guided
tours, and that starts tomorrow we have the report on how people will be able to take in this san jose landmark. >> i can't even into words. it's exciting to walk around the mappings but it's much more exciting and comes alive when people are here. >> reporter: the winchester mystery house planning for a full opening july 13th. his week state officials accepts santa clara application allowing the county to move forward into a phase three reopening. >> we can ally our health officer order with some flexibility. week enable them to come online. they would not be able to come online without the variance. >> reporter: the move means
winchester is rehiring half of the staff. betsy mcdonald is one of those. >> we're excited. we're uber cautious and safety wise. we want to make this safe. >> reporter: winchester executives said new rules for reopening means smaller groups with everyone socially distant and everyone wearing a mask. in addition, sanitize stations will be sprinkled throughout and people will be there to as questions. >> there will be distance between you and the party behind, so you'll be able to take your time. >> reporter: economists said it will take time for theme destinations to recover. >> this is a growth in an upward direction, gradual, but
building and that's always good news. >> we hope that as further loosening of the shelter-in- place order happens we can welcome more back. >> reporter: tickets went on sale friday both in-person and online. for more questions, go to ktvu.com. officials at winchester said they do know how long it will take it get back but they hope by the end of the year they will have recovered. all right. your time now is 7:18 and certainly one of the popular activities to do is to go outside. yesterday a couple friends suggested a walk. that is a hot act fit today.
yes. i think it caught some people offguard. we need the water, the shade. inland it was bang. we'll continue to have the hot weather, giving you a live look. over the bay area mostly sunny skies. inland, along the coastline, just a little bit of patchy fog reported this morning and temperatures similar to where we started. let's take a look at storm tracker two. no mid-or high level clouds. if we take a look at where we have some fog right along the coastline it is patchy in nature. you can see a light shade of gray. you could see some of that fog out there this morning, but it is going to dissipate really quickly. we'll have mostly sunny skies. 100 degrees even going above for some er spots. temperatures starting in e
north bay. san francisco you're checking in at 55. upper 50s over areas of berkeley. 60 for oakland. for the inner east bay, 69 for brentwood. the west coast, half moon bay. let's take a look at san francisco. widespread 50s. 57 near the embarcadero, 52 near make merced and sf state. 62 in dublin. san jose going to be a toasty one for you there. by noontime 84 degrees. low 90s expected for the second part of the afternoon. 90, 91 degrees for today. 93 in villanova.
novato. 72 in san francisco. in santa cruz 81 the afternoon high for today. low 90s over areas of san jose and 95 over los gatos. your extended forecast, if you can't stand the heat, well, temperatures do begin to drop. temperatures will be warm but nothing like we're experiencing for today. ten degrees of cooling. then we hold steady. 60s at the coast. low 90s inland, a very comfortable pattern for the days ahead. coming up next, families of a travis air force member are asking for questions. plus, the country is seeing a coin shortage and what you
well, president trump was seen in public wearing a mask for the first time. he told reporters he had never been against masks but said, quote, they have a time and place. the chief of staff mark meadows also wore a mask during the visit. and former special counsel robert mueller made a rare public statement defending the prosecution of roger stone. he said roger stone remains a convicted felon and rightly so. on friday stone commuted stone's sentence. the ceo of goya foods said he is not apologizing despite a
national backlash. it comes after the ceo said the country is blessed to have a leader like president trump. goya foods is popular in many latino households. among those calling for a boycott include chrissy teigen, julian castro and lin-manuel miranda. >> i'm not apologizing. i'm sorry. i'm busy. i didn't say that to the obamas and i didn't say that to president trump. >> while there were calls to boycott, the hashtag buy goya started interesting as well. well, it's becoming a lot more common to see signs asking you to use exact change if you were a going to a store country
and california have started it. some of the hardest hit businesses will be the laundromats which require coins. it's turning coin machines into a higher appropriate for thieves. some places will give you a gift card for the change. many banks are saying if you have a jar of coins, now is the time to turn them in for paper money or a deposit to your account. coming up preventing parking at lake mare. plus, the conditions firefighters faced and what decisions are factoring into the investigation of what
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33 states are seeing spikes in coronavirus cases. why the world health organization said there's still know stopping the spread of the virus. >> sonoma could be tightening restrictions. the changes they could see. >> from ktvu fox 2, this is mornings on 2. >> and good morning to you. there is a live look at the golden gate bridge this morning. the sun is out. we already see the blue sky and it is a gorgeous shot as the traffic moves in and out of san francisco on that suspension bridge that is so a our skyline
i'm claudine wong. >> hive, hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. good morning. >> yes, good morning to you, frank and claudine, a lot of sunshine. you can see over the golden gate bridge, a little bit of fog and just inside the bay. around the bay area a near repeat. i expect a little bit of warm for some of our areas. we're talking mid-60s in areas like pacifica to low 100s. i will have a look at what you can see expect and in the extended forecast a cooling trend. more on that coming up in just a bit. well, new restrictions could be ordered as early as tomorrow in sonoma county. that's after the state health
department announced it was putting them on a monitoring list. >> reporter: it means new restrictions on indoor activities in sonoma county are likely. that means people who live or work there could see a stop to dining indoors at restaurants. tastings at wineries would have to take place outside only. movie theaters, zoos and museums would have to stop operating. and bars, clubs and breweries would only be able to serve alcohol outside when a exups mer purchases a meal. sonoma county have 914 new cases. county health officials said that is five times the number of active cases they had back
in june. so the county health officials are expected to make an announcement tomorrow about the new restrictions as the state department of health of of public health put them on the monitoring list. there's a new development involving the alameda county's decision on dining. dublin, hayward and oakland said they will not enforce the revised order for now and will seek clarity on what will be allowed in the coming days. many restaurant owners have a strong reaction. >> i'm very disappointed. i heard on the news this morning and was disappointed,
why not to at least receive a phone call from the county to let us know what to do, give us some information, some advice. >> alameda health believes the county needs permission for the revised guidelines. the issue is certain to take center stage at tuesday's meeting. the city of oakland is blocking street access and issuing citations after the latest surge in coronavirus cases. the lake does attract a large number of people every weekend. most people were surprised by the traffic enforcement. vendors said it's hurting their business. >> this season right now is going to challenge us on what does it mean to encourage and welcome and honor the participation of black
residents in our public spaces and at the same time really encourage black residents to exercise necessary cautions for their own health and safety. >> she said anyone who received a ticket should contact her office. they will have community ambassadors rather than police at the lake to education people on social distancing. two mcdonald's in the east bay will reopen after 25 coronavirus cases were linked to those locations. the ones in tammascow and berkeley will have a manager for both locations, 11 workers at the oakland and six family members including a 10-month-
old baby. contra costa county board of supervisors are being encouraged to extend a moratorium on tenants who can't pay their rent. as many as 12,000 face eviction. contracost to has been harder hit with the third largest nub coronavirus cases in the bay area. the board of supervisors is scheduledded to talk bex about extending the moratorium. according to john hopkins the u.s. let a new daily record of more than 66,000 on friday. at least 33 states are seeing a
spike when you compare it to last week and that includes california but even with the current spike, the world health organization said there's still hope for slowing the spread. >> there are many example from around the world that have shown that even if the outbreak is very intense, it still can be brought back under control. >> florida's governor said his state is going to receive more than 17,000 viles of remdesivir from the federal government. stop and more parts of the economy have been able to reopen safely in europe. italy, milan's famous opera houses had reopened. patrons have to wear masks and sit an appropriate distance. it can only seat 600 people
right now though the musicians and staff said they are excited to welcome people back. >> we are so, so happy. this is the sign of a new beginning for milan. >> the last time the opera house closed for an extended period of time was during much of world war ii. firefighters said flames broke out at the church yesterday morning. the roof caved in which had just started renovation the day before. firefighters have not yet determined the calls, though police said the recent topplings of monuments will be
factored into that investigation. sera founded the mission in 1771. 300 people watched the side show juston saturday. police said several shots were fired when officers arrived. fireworks were thrown toward the officers. a woman suffered injuries to her leg. there was a second side show around 2:30 in the morning at lake her man. police impounded eight vehicles and made one arrest. a series of fires breck out along the 505 freeway. six fires started north of the area no injuries have been
reported. >> the weather was warm and do hot fire danger for sure. the only thing sparing us is the winds have been light and calm and no advisory issued for fire danger but as we know, very hot. a look over san francisco where we're starting off with patchy fog, a little bit of haze. i do expect this to dissipate and clear out fairly quickly. take a look at the sunny icons from san jose to livermore. 60 in oakland. san jose at 62. most areas are a repeat from where we started yesterday.
cooler at napa, novato and half moon bay. your winds are calm over the north bay. fairfield reporting a weak on shore breeze, not helping you out when it comes to the influence of that marine layer. mostly sunny skies even along the coast waking up with mostly sunny skies and just patches of fog along the san mateo coastline. visibility is good and we have no trouble there. a look at the future cast into your afternoon. notice the coastline. the fog does between move in but not for the afternoon. by tonight we'll see some changes. we'll go with mostly sunny skies for most of the bay area. a lot of 70s and 80s and the inland cities, that shade of
red shows 90s and few low 100s, especially the closer you get to the sacramento valley. here's a look at the afternoon highs and where we're seeing the triple digit heat. 102 in antioch. 101 for concord. low 90s nap amount of upper 90s spected over santa rosa. if you don't like the heat, we have a cooldown coming tomorrow. details coming up in the extended forecast. coming up next, demonstrations. protesters are demanding answers into the death of army specialist vanness a guillen. why they said the army did not help her out. sign up for the new ktvu newsletter. sign up for that daily news
there was a demonstration on the streets of sacramento. demonstrators gathered near the state capitol yesterday to being press their outrage over the killing of army specialist vanessa guillen. the body of the 20-year-old soldier was found about 25 miles from the fort hood army base where she was stationed. they said the army ignored her charges of sexual harassment that she had filed against her alleged killer. >> we want a congressional investigation. we think and we're sure that fort hood base is lying ened. >> homicide investigators said her killer was a he was confronted by the police. the estranged wife is facing charges of evidence tampering as well. it's been one year since
the body of a young airman was found inside the home. they are stepping up calls for an independent investigation. they said both vacaville police and the air force never looked into the circumstances of her death. >> there were no signs of depression. there were no signs she was unhappy. something went wrong that day and we want to know what went wrong. >> investigators said there is strong evidence that she took her lifed that includes a call to a suicide number moments before her death. let's check in with rose mayory. someone i know well may be
headed to tahoe. person be looking at some pretty good weather? >> yes. that person's initials happen to be fm. >> could be. >> whether it's frank or anyone, we have warm weather. a live look at storm tracker two. look at the southern california coastline there. a little bit of rain but for the entire state it's a dry one. winds remain light. high pressure is in chrome and just a little bit of fog reported along the coastline. outside of that plenty of sunshine. here's a look at the futurecast. we do have change coming our way. today partly cloudy at the coast. getting into sunset, notice the clouds do return to the
coastline there and that will help us with a cooldown. monday morning, we've got fog along the coast. getting into the afternoon, it will pull back with partly cloudy to partly sunny skies. that will help bring the temperatures down. 55 in san francisco. low 50s at half moon bay. brentwood you're checking in at 71. 51 over santa rosa. 62 over san jose. let's go to the north bay. 61 already american canyon. 55 in novato. 52 in ron roanoke park. livermore, it is going to be a warm one for you here, upper 90s for the second part of the
day. i have livermore going to 100 degrees. this is shy in terms of the afternoon warmup. 93 for novato. for san francisco a beautiful 72. 80 in berkeley and then gets hot, uncomfortably hot over places like antioch, brentwood, low 100. 95 los gatos. 81 in santa cruz. it's going to be warm by the water there, a notable dropoff in waters. 60s at the coast. upper 70s along the bay. back to you. all right. thanks, rosemary. coming up, major league baseball restart is right around the corner. why one a's player thinks the
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welcome back. oakland a's will be the first of two to play. they have been practicing for a little more than a week and are scheduled to open at the coliseum on july 21st. wrong video here but we'll get to that story in a moment. we'll have to get used to the idea of no fans in the stands. the attendance has been a subject of concern. third baseman mike chapin thinks the a's are better able to play than other teams this year. >> i think it will play to our advantage. our games are used to being quiet.
for us to have no fans at home or on the road plays to our advantage. >> it's a sad reality but perhaps it will help. they have a very good team. nothing better than beautiful lake tahoe in the summer or winter. and it's july. that means it's time for the american century tournament at south shore. no fans but a lot of-- patrick mahome, can he play? what about steph curry. steph buries bird. he's in 11th place.
former cowboy quarterback tony romo. he's tied for fourth. and then a long ranger birdie on 10. he's currently in second behind protennis player marty fish. the final round is set for later today at south shore. a beautiful day. coming up next, the feeling will be different this time around. how large venues in the pay area are preparing for the changes once deafen the green light to return. we'll be right back.
well, we still don't know when people will be able to go to the theater, concert hall or what things will look like. i checked in with the american conservatory theater to see what lies ahead. the theater is a place filled with art, expression and little bit of magic and before covid hit, nothing beat a full house. how are you holding do this rig >> and we bring the see for the
american conservator ri theater, march was going. >> when we had to shut down we had just opened on wednesday march 11th and we had to close on thursday march 12. >> coming back the theater will be different. >> temperature tests. make sure masks are worn, that people don't cross paths as much or as tightly. so we're examining all those things. >> and the revered full house is a thing in the past. >> we did schematics, so the gear ri theater that typically seats a thousand if you have social distancing and assume people might come in pairs to
the theater it narrows it down to only 200 seats that we can film and keep people appropriately disstands. the one on market streets seats 280 and would narrow down 70 seats. >> and so the future will depend on the bottom line. seven program shows and about eight performances a week all year long. >> it's books. people still kind of read them. kind of. sort of. >> the fiscal year just ended with half the year canceled and a $5 million revenue loss. that's on top of already thin margins. >> the economics don't work. we can have a full house. the ticket sales cover half of our expenses. >> what happens next is
unclear, you what's happening now are digital performances. >> to take you on a strange journey. >> single performer shows, live readings of plays and chance to interact at home. the show tony stone found its way to digital. long-term, though, nothing beat as full house. >> we're hanging on. when is this safe to gather. >> so we wait for what the act calls interaction because the show will eventually go on. >> coming up next, california passed a difficult milestone over the weekend. 7,000 have died from the coronavirus. some local changes ahead and the latest numbers coming up. and the city of martinez prepping for a counter black
lives rally. more on how a hate crime got this all started. a marin jewelry maker is supporting over a dozen families over seas. that's next. >> from ktvu fox 2, this is mornings on 2. >> welcome back to mornings on 2. it is 8:00 on the dot. we tack you up to lake that hope and it's gorgeous. i will be one of those heading up highway 80 to take in the splendor. good to have you back. it's july the 12th. i'm frank mallicoat. >> frank, i was wondering because some people are heading up to tahoe. some of their favorite spots
are crowded. they're allowed to drive to because it feels safer. what have you seen? >> well, from what i hear, the weekends are pretty crowded up there. a lot of californians, that's their playground. it can be a little dicey because a lot of folks get on vacation and they forget their mask and distancing. you can't take a time out from that. we have to be careful. >> absolutely. >> the entire tahoe area, a county in itself, they would be under very difficult rules. >> that's good for people to remember, too, the reason tahoe restricted visitors is because we we talked about hospital capacity and medical facilities, it's a mountain area and they don't have a lot
of space. masking is important. the weather is fantastic. >> a bet of a lure there. >> i was just up there after the 4th of july holiday. so keep that in mind as you head out and respect and follow the rules and you'll be fine hopefully. we are waking up to patchy fog. temperatures are expected to be justs a hot. mid-60s along the coastline right around pacific ca. go inland low 80s. i'll have details and the cooldown coming our way coming up. >> i like the side of that. thanks. more than 7,000 people have
died from the coronavirus. the state passed that grim milestone. so far 319,000 people have tested positive for the virus in the state. 8,000 new cases is the last 24 hours. sadly 641 have passed away. california department of health s a said that sonoma is on the state's monitoring list because of the growing number of coronavirus cases. that means new restrictions could be issued monday morning. allie rasmus explains what that would mean for businesses. >> reporter: when a county is placed on the state's coronavir they have to start tightening up on restrictions. as early as tomorrow they could
put a stop indoor dining. outdoor dinings would be allowed. wineries would have to have their tastings outside. zoos and museums would be impacted. places like arcades would have to stop operating indoors. bars, brew ris, pubs could only serve outside when the customer purchases a me. sonoma has 51 new cases in the past 24 hours. that's five times the number they had back in june when they started to open up. the county health officer talked about the positivity rate. just 3% tested positive for covid-19. that positivity rate is good but as of late last week hospitalizations are up by more
than 54% and that's why the state has told sonoma county they are monitoring them. if they do not improve, they could be placed on the watch list. sonoma county isn't the only county on this less. contra costa and marine county as well. reporting live, allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. contra costa county has joined the list of counties to take action. the county health department issued a new list of new rules which does include a mandate on masks and new restrictions on both indoor and outdoor activities. it comes after 8% of the people in the county tested for the coronavirus last week came back with positive test results. >> it's an alarming rate. can you imagine 100 people going to do the testing and mor
positive, okay. and that is very alarming. >> the revised health order in contra costa goes into effect tomorrow morning. in marin county coronavirus outbreak has led to the death of five residents in a nursing home. this is at the marin post acute nursing center in san rafael. it is home to some 170 residents. 17 of the staff members have also tested positive for the coronavirus. the state department of health said 45 cases of residents and staff were active as of friday. starting tomorrow several businesses will be allowed to open in santa clara county. outdoor dining will resume along with gyms and fitness centers. facial coverings will be required even while exercising. by the way, cardio and aerobics will not be allowed.
there will be a limit. hair mapped nail sap ons are reopening, but cases are spike. if residents want to see businesses reopen, they need to do their part. >> if you think the test results will show we don't have a problem in santa clara county, then let's prove that. let's prove that an extremely small percentage are to worry about.if you think there's a big problem or there could be, the only way we're going to figure that out is to keep testing. >> in the last two weeks almost 2,000 people have been diagnosed with covid-19. nobody wants to shut things down again. and the way to prevent this is for all of us to take action together. >> county health officials are urging residents to wear facial coverings and maintain social distancing to priest the spread of the virus. santa clara
will open testing sites. they will be in san jose and gilroy. the walkup sites are free. each site can conduct 500 tests a day. the two sites are in san jose at independent high school and at the county of santa clara services center auditorium. they're open tuesday through friday. it's from 10:00 to 3:00 p.m. the gilroy location site is located at the south county annex on ren avenue. it, too, will be open tuesday through friday from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. happening today the city of martinez is bracing for a huge protest and possibly a counter protest. many downtown businesses and shops are boarding up for what could be the largest demonstration ever for this city of 40,000. what was supposed to be a black lives matter event quickly gained steam. that was following a suspected hate crime that followed
national attention. video showed a martinez couple, a woman painting over a black lives matter mural. they've been charged with a hate crime. white supremacy fliers have showed up. that has set the scene for protesters and counter protesters. martinez police requested help from other law enforcement agencies as they prepare for the rally. it is set to begin at 4:00 outside the courthouse in martinez. a missing hayward woman has been found. people recognized elaine young. young has been missing since may 19th. friends and family had a renewed sense of hope when she was seen on a doorbell camera. >> another check of weather with pros rosemary.
especially if you like this warm. 80s that's a warm day. 60s near half moon pacifica. cap toll a capitola area. san francisco reporting partly cloudy skies. temperatures ranging from the upper 50s to upper 60s. santa rosa at 58. livermore at 69 and oakland at 63. our temperatures are a lot like yesterday. take a look amount how close we are. some a tad cooler. some a tad warmer. napa, san jose and fairfield
you're where you were yesterday. half moon bay reporting calm. livermore reporting calm. a light breeze. san jose and hayward lighter than that, a gentle breeze at 3 to 6. 97 expected for santa rosa. so well above the ?eafnlt san jose by a few degrees. 72 for you. 100 in livermore and 91 over san jose. temperatures will trend downward as early hams tomorrow. i'll have a look at the extended forecast coming up in just a bit. >> thanks rose mary. the justice department wants to renew.
cyclist. neither was bitten or injured. the coyote was last seen running into an orchard. the jack london square farmers market will open at 9:00 this morning but the first hour will be for seniors and high risk shoppers. it will our local produce and food craft products. the montague expressway near the great mall in milpitas remains closed. the team is working to hoist the bridge.piper drive, falcon drive and borderway will also be shut down. traffic will be detoured on the south milpitas boulevard. the transit system will
undergo a temporary restructure. some commute routes will be reduced 50% while others will be added. they hope to strike a balance while providing enough service to allow for physical distancing on their buses. the winchester mystery house has been given the green light to reopen for self-guided tours, and that starts tomorrow we have the report on how people will be able to take in this san jose landmark. >> i can't even put it into words. it's exciting to walk around the mansion but it's much more exciting and comes alive when people are here. >> reporter: the winchester mystery house planning for a full opening july 13th.
since may only virtual tours of the victorian gardens were allowed but this week state officials accepts santa clara application allowing the county to move forward into a phase three reopening. >> we can apply our health officer order with some flexibility. week enable them to come online. they would not be able to come online without the variance. >> reporter: the move means winchester is rehiring half of the staff. betsy mcdonald is one of those back on the payroll. >> we're excited. we're uber cautious and safety wise. we want to make this safe. >> reporter: winchester executives said new rules for reopening means smaller groups with everyone socially distant and everyone wearing a mask.
in a decision, sanitizing stations will be sprinkled throughout and people will be there to answer questions. >> there will be distance between you and the party behind, so you'll be able to take your time. >> reporter: economists said it will take time for theme destinations to recover. it's the first step in a long process. >> this is a growth in an upward direction, gradual, but building and that's always good news. >> we hope that as further loosening of the shelter-in- place order happens we can welcome more back. reporter: re sale friday both in-person and online. for more questions, go to ktvu.com. officials at winchester said they don't know how long it will take to get back to normal but
they hope by the end of the year they will have recovered. the san francisco zoo will reopen. zoo members will be able to return first on monday and tuesday. that's followed by nonmembers on wednesday. the zoo was among a group of businesses slated to reopen june 29th but the mayor put the reopening on hold because of a spike in coronavirus cases. it is hot. we talked about a fire danger and the need for it to cool down. rosemary, one more day, right? yes, one more day, claudine and then we're going to change the pattern. it will cool down. for the afternoon it will like giving you a look, we have just
a little patchy fog. not much change when this comes to the numbers for today. that means it is going to be another warm to hot one inland. we're talking 100-degree plus for some of the hotter spots but we do have changes coming. take a look at the futurecast model. this morning a little bit of patchy fog along the coastline but as we get into the afternoon, that cloud cover begins to move closer to the coast and by about sunset, maybe a little bit sooner we see it hugging the coastline. so that's what's we wake up with mostly cloudy skies. it's inside the bay trying to creep not bay. then it does pull back. mostly sunny for the coast and
the rest of us. the onshore breeze is expected to pick up. that will help us with the cooldown for your monday, not today. 54 at half moon bay. 57 in san francisco. low 60s in napa. low 70s in brentwood. san jose, let's take a look mat the north where we have 55 in rona park. 73 for danville. san jose will be a warm one. by lunchtime 81 degrees. expect it to be quite warm and very hot. 97 for san jose. vallejo 95. 81 in oakland. 72 in the city of san
francisco. upper 60s at half moon bay. 98 morgan hill. 94 for los gatos. your extended forecast, notice it's not a cool day but relatively speaking it's a lot better. low 90s expected inland. 70s around the bay. 60s at the coast. then we don't change one. we hold on to that pattern. i kind of like it. >> you're bringing out a c note. 101. we'll take it. what a ktvu investigation uncovered under orders from the highest levels of sfpd that raided a journalist's home. and coin
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well, president trump was seen wearing a mask for the first time and that was at walter reed. trump told reports he's never been against masks but they have a time and space. and former special counsel robert mueller made a rare public statement defending the prosecution of roger stone. in an op ed published yesterday he said that roger stone was prosecuted and convicted because he committed federal crams. he said roger stone remains a convicted felon and rightly so. on friday trump commuted stone's sentence. wells fargo is getting ready to lay off thousands.
they have 236,000 employees, but according to bloomberg law they could start cutting later in the year. they've been under pressure to reduce costs. no word on what job positions are in danger of being cut. it's becoming a lot more common to see signs saying use exact cash. businesses are now facing a coin shortage. that's because coin production has slowed down. that's filtered now to the consumer level. some of the hardest hit businesses as you might imagine, laundromats which require coins. it's turning coin machines into a higher priority target for thieves as well and some walgreens are saying they will give you gift cards for the amount of change they would normally return to you, even if
it's a couple of pennies. many are saying if you have a jar of coins, now is a good time to turn them in for paper money or adopt into your account. cases with a spike in coronavirus cases. plus a fire destroys a historic mission in california. what firefighters know so far about what led up to that fire. ♪ this virus is testing all of us. and it's testing the people on the front lines of this fight most of all. so abbott is getting new tests into their hands, delivering the critical results they need. and until this fight is over, we...will...never... because they never quit.
enforcing tighter restrictions. the changes people could see if the county does not get off the state's monitoring list. >> from ktvu fox 2, this is mornings on 2. >> good morning to you. welcome back to mornings on 2. giving you another look at the span as it stretches all the way across the bay, always a gorgeous shot. never gets old. welcome back. it's sunday, july 12th. i'm claudine wong. by the way, this is where the camera is. >> how did we get that shot. it's so high up, but sutro tower, you answered my question.
it's beautiful. no fog in that one and no fog to talk about. i think this blew away because mother nature said i'm bringing the heat and we're getting a heavy dose of it. yes, a heavy dose indeed. to add to the camera shot, i remember when i first started at ktvu, we're giving you a look at cal 555 or 555 cal. i thought what is 555 cal. giving you a look at what we can expect for today, just a little bit of patchy fog along the coastline and just inside the bay of the golden gate bridge. nearing 100 degrees, even going above for the hotter spots. meanwhile it's going to be nice coast. 60s for areas around pacifica. i'll have a look at what you
can see expect and the cooldown coming our way. well, cases of the coronavirus are increasing. according to john hopkins university, there were 61,000 new cases yesterday with more than 15,000 new cases. the u.s. hit a daily record of more than 66,000 on friday. at least 33 states are seeing a spike compared to last week and that includes california. even with the current spike, the world health organization said there is hope for slowing the spread. there are many example from around the world that shows even if the outbreak is very intense, it can be brought back under control. >> florida's governor said his state will receive more than 17,000 viles of the drug
remdesivir. here at home the number of coronavirus cases is rising in sonoma countied there could be some tough new restrictions there once again on restaurants, bars and wine tasting rooms which will start tomorrow. it's because of the recent surge of cases and hospitalizations. public health experts are monitoring it to determine if the restrictions should be put in place. there's a new development involving the alameda county's decision on dining. four cities are pushing back. city leaders in livermore, dublin, hayward and oakland said they will not enforce the revised order for now and will seek clarity on what will be allowed in the coming days. many restaurant owners have a
strong reaction to the decision. >> i'm very disappointed. i heard on the news this morning and was disappointed, why not to at least receive a phone call from the county to let us know what to do, give us some information, some advice. >> alameda health believes the county needs permission for the revised guidelines. the issue is certain to take center stage at tuesday's board of supervisors meeting. a judge has blocked the justice department from conducting first ed cushion in 17 years. daniel lee was scheduled to be execute n. indiana tomorrow. he and another were accused of murdering a family of three in arc in 1999. the judge cited with the victim's family who said there's no legitimate reason to
carry out an execution during a pandemic. attorney general william barr supports resuming executions though. legal experts, say that may be a difficult cause. >> i think it's unlikely that we're going to know whether the executions will take place, probably until after the first execution is scheduled to a and executions were also scheduled for two other men but those have been delayed because of appeals. federal executions stopped in 1988 but resumed from 2001 to '03. miscommunication was the factor in the deadly attack of a ukrainian jet. the decision was made without authorization and the shootdown
killed 176 people including many iranians and canadians. the report is being released just days before the black box is expected to be sent to paris where the international investigators can examine them. well, the search for naya rivera from ventura county is resuming. authorities believe that she drowned in the lake when she rented a boat with her 4-year- old son. her son said they went swimming. he got back into the boat but his mom never made it back into the boat. firefighters said flames broke out at the church yesterday morning. the roof caved in which had just started renovation the day before. firefighters have not yet
determined the cause, though police said the recent topplings of monuments will be factored into that investigation. sera founded the mission in 1771. and let's talk about our weather. we have heat, heat, heat and cooldown that's coming our way. couldn't come soon enough, rosemary. >> claudine, it is on the way. when you live in very hot areas like the sacramento valley or livermore valley, you learn to strategize. you get out early in the morning. you're back in and you wait until perhaps sunset. so you decide to go back in again. giving you a look at a beautiful east bay where you
have blue skies. the stree is barely swaying around, that the winds are light. sunny skies expected. a beautiful view here of the golden gate bridge, just a little bit ofinside the bay. that's not going to last. san francisco 54. low 60s in oakland. san jose at 65. into our temperature change you can see we are very similar to where we started yesterday and for the afternoon a near repeat as well. cooler in novato. for everybody else we are looking at temperatures similar to saturday morning. the winds are very, very calm and light. santa rosa, napa for calm winds. fairfield reporting an onshore breeze at 12 miles per hour so. a little bit of cool air from the a significant trickling in but not enough to offset the
heating. notice the fog well off the coastline for the second part of our day. we're looking at green, means 60s, a lot of 70s and 80s around the bay. 90 farther our way toward antioch and livermore and concord all going to 100 degrees, even a it will lit above. low 80s for hayward today. low 80s for san mateo. the cooldown comes tomorrow. i'll have a look at the extended forecast for you coming up. >> thank you, rosemary. mornings on 2 continue. one county has zero cases of the coronavirus. local leaders said they've been spared so far. first, san francisco police
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jeff adochi. it evence write a warrant for carmody's cell phone. it's from the internal affairs chief. >> it's not for journalists but to protect their sources, so people can freely speak to journalists. >> reporter: he represents carmody. the chief's office had directed investigators to carmody but failed to mention he had a press pass. the judge who initially signedv california law. >> reporter: california shield law projects journalists including freelancers. carmody had a report detailing
adochi's final moments with a woman who was not his wife. he sold it to bay area televisions including ktvu. they accused the department of trying to smear adochi and demanded they root out who provided it to the press. >> i think this is a very serious matter to all of us. >> to have that type of maligning going on of a public official in san francisco is disgusting. >> reporter: at the time he apologized to the tirelessly on this case. >> reporter: what he didn't say is how far the entire department would go. we now know police served a total of seven warrants. they allowed police to track carmody's location. then they searched security
video at a starbucks, the italian athletic club, tony's pizza and washington square inn. they were hoping to catch the tradeoff but they didn't. they identified two officers who they believe may have leaked the report but never collected other evidence. then police began plotting the now infamous raid. seven members of the sfpd and c hours. >> this was stunning because it happened in a city that puts itself forward as a champion of civil liberties, a champion of the free press. >> reporter: he's also troubled by how elected officials have
been in trying to get pap journalist's source. >> when you're talking about facts that aren't contested, the murder doesn't matter. >> reporter: those who wrote the warrant called the media relations department and determined carmody had a valid press pass, then the chief admitted was wrong but blamed the investigators for the blunder. >> tried to break down the door using a splj hammer. >> reporter: carmody's criminal defense attorney negotiated a settlement with the city to make sure all employees are familiar with the shield law. >> the sfpd demonstrated a fundamental lack of understanding of what if is journalists do, how they use
confidential sources. >> reporter: the department did not comment on the new revelations citing an lounge investigation but the chief asked for an investigation of the leak. no one has stepped up to take it over. even though there's no criminal investigation, the city's department of accountability is conducting an mergertive probe. sources tell ktvu the agency may be using information like the names of certain officers collected in the illegal searches. the chief said none of that information would be used. well, we have expanded coverage of this story online . you can read it on the ktvu news app. let's get you outside. it's a sunday. folks want to get outside and play a little bit, rosemary, and i think it's a good day to
do that. >> it's a beautiful day. as we get into the second half of the day, it will be a hot one. the'sthe estuary. we're not looking at any fog. we are not pick up on mid or high level clouds. visibility is great and let's talk about the fog because the fog is coming back and with that we're expecting a cooldown. it's not happening for today. there's your sunday morning. there's your sunday night. it does begin to move closer to the coast. as we get into sunset, maybe sooner, it returns to the coastline. then it crosses over the bay.
east bay shore, around alameda will wake up with a little bit of cloud cover. north bay will see a little bit. we're partly cloudy for monday for the coastline. that cooler weather is on the way in addition to a stronger onshore breeze. for today a near repeat. into the north bay 63 over napa. temperatures ranging from mid- 50s at the coast to mid-70s inland. 66 in belmont. 66 at stanford. 68 over palo alto stretching into the south bay. 70 in gilroy. into the afternoon livermore going to be a scorcher. by lunchtime already nearing 90 degrees. as we get into the second part of the day temperatures will
climb until we reach 100 degrees at 4:00 in the afternoon, so expect that and brace for it. temperatures for the north bay, 97 in santa rosa. 92 for san rafael. 72 in san francisco. low 80s for oakland. low 100s concord, brentwood and the antioch. i will get messages from people saying bring it on. 81 over santa cruz. the heat is not going to last. low 90s for inland cities. still very warm. 60s at the coast and we hold that for the next several days. back to you. a tech executive is stepping down after yelling racist remarks to a family.
welcome back. officials in vacaville are investigating a fire on the 505. it started about 6:00 last night. firefighters were payable to contain on the fire. no injuries were reported. one person was injured at two illegal side shows. it was at lemon street and sonoma boulevard just after midnight yesterday. police said several shots were fired. pals vehicles were leaving, a
woman suffered a non-life- threatening injury to her leg. police say they impound eight cars and made one arrest. a silly common valley executive has now resigned from his high technical a after he was caught on camera yelling racist attacks to a family at a restaurant. michael lofthouse's racist remarks were at an asian family. outrage on social media. lofthouse issued a public apology yesterday but issued a new statement saying he stepped down and was terminating all business relationships with immediate effect. it's been one year since the body of an air force member
was found. the family is stepping up calls for an independent investigation into her death. they gathered in davies yesterday. they said the police never looked into the circumstances surrounding her death. >> her mother spoke to her on a regular basis. there were no signs she was unhappy. something went wrong that day and we want to know what went wrong. >> investigators said there's strong evidence that she took her own life and that includes a phone call that she made to a suicide hotline moments before her death. well, coming up, be sure to change over to ktvu plus. that's to catch another hour. coming up at 9:00 we'll tell you how sonoma county could
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