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districts locally and across the state. preparing for the next semester. and businesses that just reopened have to close again. some restrictions return. from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2 . in morning and welcome to mornings on 2 . i am in for garcia today. good morning, how are you? >> i'm good. i am dave clark and i know where to find steve paulson. he gets to tell you about the cooler temperatures on this tuesday morning. it is cooler with a big fog bank out there in an onshore wind for some. it will be a day where temperatures continue to level off. i don't think they can get too much cooler at the coast and in
the city with 50s and low 60s yesterday. 53-57 at livermore and san jose. today upper 70s and low 80s. after today, we settle in about where these temperatures in the . the south wind at oakland airport. fair followed fairfield a 26 miles per hour. a pretty good fog bank and i don't think it is going anywhere anytime soon. temperatures will be low and probably will be for the next few days. now let's go over to allie. where would you like to start? we are going to start with the problem spot for much of the morning, i should say. the earlier crashes have been cleared out of the way, but you can see traffic has cleared northbound and southbound 600 80
. looking at the south bay commute, things look good and i can show you this live picture of 280 in san jose northbound and southbound, no problems to tell you about here. this is the san mateo bridge which is busy in the westbound direction over to the peninsula . the bay bridge toll plaza has been good for most of the morning. this is about is backed up as we have seen it with so far a 10 minute delay. it is 7:02, let's go back to the headlines. governor gavin newsom has ordered all california counties to rollback their opening because of the spike of coronavirus cases in the state. here to tell us about the businesses that are forced to to shut down. this is tough news. >> reporter: it definitely is, claudine. there has been back and forth with the openings,
but the governor says it is expected with how unexpected the rise is. governor newsom is making a major move to slow the spread. as of monday, every county in the state has to shut down indoor operations of restaurants, wineries and tasting rooms. movie theaters, family entertainment centers, zoos, museums and all bars. there are 31 counties in the states with stricter restrictions and they are on the california watch list here they make up 80% of the state's populations. the counties in those parts of the state have to close fitness facilities, hair salons, barbershops, worship services, shopping malls and non- essential offices. . the 31 counties include every bay area county except san mateo and san francisco. governor newsom made the news after they trended above 7%
with limited icu bed availability. he says coronavirus will be a major issue until there is a vaccine or effective therapy but recognizes how out of reach an immediate vaccine may be right now. that is why governor newsom says he is focusing on therapeutics where people can look for positive news. >> there are some interesting opportunities to advance therapeutics that can mitigate the morbidity and not just a mortality of this disease. >> there is no timeline on how long the new restrictions will last, but governor newsom says he is confident california's ability to help slow the spread. ktvu fox 2 news. summer frustrated with governor newsom and the new restrictions. sonoma fit open to two gyms but mao must lock down those facilities again. the owner of the club says he may have to lay off employees. >> how do you think i can
prepare with three gyms when newsom is dropping a bomb on us like this? we cannot prepare for this. it is costing jobs and costing members. the russian river brewing company and santa rosa says the restaurant and brewery will go from five tables 215 but that won't be enough. some workers just hired back will be furloughed again. the time is 7:05. later this morning, the alameda board of governors will ask for special permission to allow outdoor dining and reopening the oakland zoo. every other bay area county asked for the permission or variance in may. alameda county waited because they didn't feel like it was reasonable to ask for a variance with the number of coronavirus cases rising in the past several weeks. officially, outdoor dining in the county is prohibited. meanwhile, places like fairyland
and the oakland zoo cannot reopen. >> there is a contradiction in our minds between applying for a variance to open wider while at the same time you are being monitored because we have more than 100 cases per 100 thousand. several counties like dublin and pleasanton are not waiting for permission and they are opening outdoor dining right now. officials want the cities to follow state guidelines because coronavirus funding in the future will be tied to complying with the governor's orders. the two biggest school districts in california will begin construction this fall with online classes only. the los angeles and san diego school districts say that students will learn from home when the school year begins. administrators say it could
change later if the covid-19 infection rates go down in those areas. students at the berkeley unified school district will probably start the fall semester with distance learning only. last night the superintendent released a statement saying that plans for a mixture of online and in person person classes are expected to change because of the recent increase in covid-19 cases. the school board is expected to debate plans for the fall when they meet tomorrow and then take a vote on august 29. instruction begins at berkeley on august 17. the orange county board of education voted to allow students to return to the classroom for in person instruction next month. there are not going to be in a mask requirements or social distancing rules. the board has allowed the school district to follow the guidelines. orange county has reported more than 24,000 cases of coronavirus. both the oakland and fremont
unified school district have decided their schools will only have distance learning when the fall semester begins. san francisco and san jose have done the same thing or said they will maybe do the same thing. so, parents are looking to create communal learning well keeping children safe. >> pay plan on cohorts of 12 students or less where friends can come and and are offered something known as assisted remote learning. smacked you take your glasses from yellowstone, or something like that? something out-of-the-box. how can we make lemonade out of this bowl of lemons? the teachers association says the number of cases in the district would need to drop dramatically for the majority of its members to be willing to return to the classroom. it is 7:08 and attend san
quentin prisoner has died after a massive outbreak. it happened sunday at a hospital outside of the prison. we have no details right now. right now there are more than 1400 coronavirus cases involving inmates at san quentin. that makes about half of the population. 7:09 and the police chief will give the results of the police department research to the city council. this as they trace some of the problems to staffing shortages after vallejo declared shortages in 2008 as well as a siege mentality towards critics . the meeting tonight starts at 7:00 and it will be conducted by way of zoom.
the time now is 7:09 and it is time to talk about the weather which is great for the first night that i didn't have to have the air conditioning on late. i have one of those in room air conditioners and not the fancy central air conditioning. it worked really hard. no kidding. it was working overtime, but not now. mother nature is supplying the ac with an onshore breeze and a big fog bank. it is expanding westward and up the coast. what is inland seems to be burning off a little bit. degrees cooler from sunday to monday. brentwood down 12. fairfield and concord noun 17. morgan hill dropped 20 degrees. santa rosa dropped 15 degrees in palo alto dropped 13. 55 with low clouds and san jose is getting a robust breeze out of the southeast at 20 miles per hour. there is a rather blustery
condition for many. over the bridges, the plant when could be a 25-30. mid-50s at san carlos. los allos at 52. woodside is usually cooler and it is 55. the water temperatures between 50 and 54 and that will do it. especially with the system coming in from the pacific northwest in a week branch of the jet dipping over california. the hyatt in arizona is now on its way to texas. upper 70s and 80s and today we can lock these into place for a while. subtle changes going forward. look at the cloud bank showing up tomorrow morning. it will be a bigger fog influence. highs into the 50s, 60s, 70s and low 80s for a
while. a warm up later in the week. claudine and dave. san francisco trying to slow the spread of the coronavirus. we have an update on what is being done to find a vaccine. plus, west coast colleges teaming up to try to protect international students. what stanford and st. mary's, and others are doing to save students from to being deported this fall. you have the power to know before you go when you wake up with mornings on 2. you have the power to know when you download the ktvu fox 2 news app. with less eczema you can show more skin. so roll up those sleeves. and help heal your skin from within with dupixent. dupixent is the first treatment of its kind that continuously treats moderate-to-severe eczema, or atopic dermatitis, even between flare ups. dupixent is a biologic and not a cream or steroid.
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we are following a developing story near seattle where one police officer was fatally shot at another wounded while chasing a suspect. round 3:30 this morning officers caught the shooter. police have not said why they were chasing the suspect in the first place. gun violence continues to soar in new york city. at least 18 people were shot yesterday and that is in addition to this we can's shootings in which one boy was killed and 34 were injured. the child was gunned down while his family was at a park in brooklyn. the time now is 7:15.
the united states carried out its first federal execution in 17 years. executed this morning. they threw out i lower court order blocking the execution of daniel lee who died by lethal injection this morning at a federal prison in terre haute, indiana. this ends an informal moratorium that's been in place for years and two more executions are scheduled this week. it is 7:16 and several bay area universities are teaming up with a lawsuit by west coast colleges against the department of homeland security attempting to stop revoking international student visas. it would require students to return to their home countries if they cannot
attend and person classes when school resumes in the fall. usf joins 15 other schools in the lawsuit. they say it threatens to disrupt the education of hundreds of thousands of hard- working students. a suspect accused of killing a downhill doctor and terrorizing his son remains in jail this morning facing murder charges. john conway is faced with murder and attempted murder charges. during the july 4 weekend, he wondered two people including a man with his teenage son. the boy hit for 30 hours in the wilderness. the time is 7:17 and as allie comes back, we check the commute around the bay area. how do things look?
things look better than an hour ago. we start with a bright spot in one of the commutes that has been behaving in eastern at costa county. slowing through faith point, but not bad. slowing through concord. checking that earlier crash with westbound 88 cutting through richmond, it has cleared and now is now recovering. as you approach the bridge to get to marin county, it is pretty empty. with a little bit of slowing, it is stop and go, but no major issues to tell you about. sunshine in this picture at the 101 in san jose. i can see fog in the distance, but i'm sure the south bay will be cooler. usually it is lake county. los gatos, maybe. but even cooler at the inland areas
today as we get the high which was giving us the grip of hot temperatures over the weekend. it's on its way to texas. as it does, a system in the north has opened up. the wind will change and will be cloudy and cooler and breezy. travis and vacaville and davis with an onshore breeze that has made its way to sacramento. mainly 50s with a couple of 60s in there. upper 60s and 70s a couple of days ago a this time. mid-fifties in gilroy on capitola. about the same in santa cruz. a little warmer around santa clara. that is the high right there and there is another one of the pacific. between them and us, there's a dip in the jet stream. 60s, 70s and 80s on the temperatures. after that, we settled in with no big change here all the way
to the end of the week. one day warmer and another day a little cooler. that is how it is going into the end of the week. the associate of jeffrey epstein is set to be in court and why prosecutors say she should not be out on bail. and why stone says the president saved his life and why he says he is a free man. awesome internet.
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the san francisco restaurant owner at the center of the city hall corruption investigation is facing new legal trouble according to the san francisco chronicle. he is behind on $200,000 in rent for his restaurant, lifted his ballpark cafc a closed because of water damage from a burst pipe and has yet to reopen. however, the lease does not expire until 2027. the suit is not related to a correction investigation. he pleaded guilty to felony wire fraud charges. roger stone is grateful to president trump for commuting his prison sentence. he believes it would've been a death sentence because of coronavirus. he is accused of lying to congress, obstruction and tempering during them
robert mueller investigation. his sentence was commuted just days before he was to begin serving a three-year prison sentence. >> the most important thing is the courageous nest of the president's act. many people told him in an election year, don't do this. maybe wait for roger stone and do it after the start of the new year. >> reporter: stone says he is planning on writing a book about his experience and that he wants to help president trump's reelection campaign this fall. happening today. voters in alabama will cast ballots in the u.s. senate race with national implications. former attorney general, jeff sessions, is trying to reclaim his senate seat and he is running against the former auburn football coach, tommy turbeville. president trump is
on the side of tommy turbeville . and elaine -- ghislaine maxwell is set in court later today . charges include conspiring to entice girls as young as 14. maxwell's lawyer says that she is unfairly made a scapegoat for epstein's crimes . claiming she went into hiding months before her arrest. wells fargo is telling employees to delete tiktok from their phones. this amid growing concerns amid security and privacy tied to the popular app. tiktok has ties to the chinese government which is suspected of collecting the private information of users. coming up. the wife of the
good morning. scrambling in alameda county to get permission for some businesses to stay open. why it may be too late to get permission for outdoor dining and reopening other services. and dr. anthony fauci holding a fireside chat with stanford university. when he said we might have a coronavirus vaccine. from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. good morning and welcome to mornings on 2 , i'm dave clark. and i am claudine wong on this tuesday, july 14 . let's go over to mr. steve paulson who was watching the temperatures. you get my approval for yesterday, not that you were looking for it. >> i don't want you to be uncomfortable. good morning claudine .
don't worry, the warmer temperatures will be back. this morning is cooler for just about everyone. even out to vacaville and brentwood and antioch. we have low clouds and it is cooler. 62 in the city and the average high has gone down. the record was 92 and 1972 and 40 in 1902. sunrise at 6:00 a.m. . low clouds and fog and i don't think they will go far. ellen temperatures near average to below, which is not something we were saying a couple of days ago. they were way above. over to allie, it looks like she has been busy. nothing new, is that the case? >> nothing new, but we are looking at things getting more settled in, including southbound 680 from pleasanton
down to fremont. a lot of problems before 4:00 this morning. two crashes in this stretch are clearing up, but is taking time. slow going on 680 and pleasanton. looking at the south bay commute, things look good with no major incidents or crashes to tell you about. i will take a few minutes longer than an hour ago because of a crash on westbound 80. it has cleared. the bay bridge toll plaza looks pretty good. you won't experience delays getting onto the span and into the city. it is 7:31, let's go to the headlines. the governor says a surge in the coronavirus cases have forced renewed restrictions. restrictions on establishments that have to close down around the state. no indoor dining, bars, wineries and tasting rooms, movie theatres, zoos, museums and card rooms . they have to
shut down. 32 counties are on the state's coronavirus watch list including seven bay area counties including alameda, contra costa, marin, santa clara, sonoma. santa clara county was added because the three day average of virus patients rose 10%. the governor told us why the reopening process is rolling back. >> we are moving back to the modification mode of our original stay home order. utilizing what is commonly referred to as a dimmer switch and it is not an on and off switch. >> the stay home order was always designed to be modified based on data and trendlines. later this morning. the alameda board of supervisors will decide on the process.
county leaders are working to receive special permission from the state for outdoor dining. good morning christian. >> reporter: good morning claudine. we have learned overnight that alameda county will be able to apply for a variance. the board of supervisors is set to take that up later this morning. the state was pausing the permission for reopening in some areas across the state. as of now, alameda county does not have the variance but now has the opportunity to apply. the county wants cities to follow the guidelines for future funding for covid is tied to compliance orders. for now, the reopening's are on pause. >> if we get the variance, then we will be able -- no cities will be able to continue their outdoor dining. >> reporter: alameda county was
the only county that did not apply for a variance from the state in may. outdoor dining is not allowed in places like fairyland and the zoo cannot reopen. the county pushed back the closure of outdoor dining over the weekend. on sunday, alameda county was placed on the state's watch list. the board of supervisors discussed applying for the variance coming up in about two hours this morning. we will continue to monitor developments in alameda county and how the reopening's are going in which businesses will be impacted. obviously, a lot of people are following that closely. ktvu fox 2 news . in an alameda county sheriff's deputy is in the icu battling coronavirus. his wife says watching him decline so quickly is heartbreaking. >> without a doubt, he is
fighting for his life. >> reporter: the sherrif's deputy has been on a ventilator for the last two weeks. he is one of two deputies in the icu with covid-19 right now. the 56-year-old has been a deputy for the past 25 years. he was recently taking shifts at the jail where four dozen inmates have tested positive. >> he was diligent at following guidelines, but working in our job, sometimes we are at risk. >> he cannot continue to stay on the vent at such a high setting. it's going to do damage to his lungs and he's not getting the air that he needs. >> reporter: his wife is trying to stay positive and urges anyone who is coughing or tests positive for covid-19 to get their lungs checked. and dr. anthony fauci, the nation's top expert on infectious diseases, says the
progress is being made on developing a vaccine for coronavirus. >> we are optimistic that at the end of the year and the beginning of 2021 that we may have one and may be more than one vaccine. >> reporter: dr. fauci took part in a virtual chat yesterday with the dean of stanford university's medical school. he didn't talk about the reports that the white house is trying to sideline him because of his cautious read approach to reopening the country in contrast to president trump's more aggressive push. >> we have to open the schools. we have to get them open and i think there is a lot of politics going along. i think they will do better if they can keep the schools closed in the election. >> reporter: the governor praised the doctor most's response to the coronavirus saying he is doing a good job. san francisco's health department will be a test site
for a covid-19 vaccine. this as the coronavirus crisis, grows worth worse. there was a virtual news briefing and right now san francisco has 4600 confirmed cases. but, close to 1000 of them occurred in the past two weeks. >> now, it is trying to go back up and unfortunately we are in another surge. we expect the hospitalization numbers to continue to go up. >> reporter: so far, 100 people have died in san francisco from the coronavirus. if the trends continue, san francisco could see almost 900 deaths by the end of the year. the san francisco zoo opened its doors for the first time in four months and it looks like it will be able to stay open. that is despite the rollback on
reopening's. despite this, attendance is now at 50%. that is capped. visitors have to reserve spots online ahead of time. guests have to wear masks or face coverings and there are hand sanitizer stations throughout the park. the zoo is 100 acres and almost entirely outdoors. >> i think they are doing a great job so far. they have closed off the high touch sections and indoor areas and we are happy to be back here. >> reporter: the zoo was said to open june 29 but that was delayed to a spike in coronavirus cases. while zoos were mentioned, outdoor exhibits are still allowed to operate. it should help the zoo financially since 70% of its revenue is from entrance fees. you can check on the reopening with the ktvu
news app. you can find the information on our homepage . a quarantine for out-of- state visitors due to an increase in cases in the state and on the men line mainland. there could be a negative test taken within 72 hours, but the governor is delaying the plan until september 1 citing uncontrolled outbreaks and surges on the mainland. the time is 7:39. let's talk about the weather around the bay area. steve paulson is back with all the details we need . i think you could probably feel it. it's a lot cooler and i think today is the day we level off after a blistering hot weekend for some. yesterday we dropped 10-20 degrees and we continue the drop through the weekend. from sunday's highs to monday,
how much cooler? they're more dropped 12 and morgan hill dropped 20 from 99 to 79. palo alto dropped 13 degrees. today's santa rosa and redwood city will drop. upper 70s and low 80s and we will probably stay in these temperature ranges for the next couple of days. a decent breeze at oakland airport at 22 out of the south. 50s on most of the temperatures and at the lake they don't get the fog or anything. most locations cooling off. low 50s to the north. also mill valley in windsor at 58. and 58 in napa. the high in arizona moved northward over the weekend is now over texas. as it does, low pressure is
sneaking into the north opening the door to a cooler pattern. 60s, 70s and 80s and i don't think that will change for the rest of the week. tomorrow with a big fog bank showing up on futurecast. temperatures look similar to today with 70s at the case and coast and 80s inland. all the way into the weekend, a little warmer by sunday. claudine and dave. coming up, the issues that some employees are facing as they try to rehire workers laid off during the pandemic. plus what new research shows about the possibility of a major earthquake. how last summer's seismic activity could be to blame. coming up in the next half hour, the reasons before the moved. and ford just unveiled the new ford bronco, the people are looking forward to other models
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miles and destroyed one building . the cause of the fire is under investigation. and firefighters battled a small vegetation fire near old bayshore and 13th street. it started after 3:00 yesterday afternoon. highway 101 was forced to close for a while. no word of injuries or damage. in santa rosa, firefighters contain a grass fire the came close to home yesterday afternoon along stony point road near mule deer lane. the flames burned up to backyard fences, but no homes were damaged. there is no word on how the fire started and no injuries were reported. a new study showing that last year's ridgecrest earthquakes increase the likelihood of a big quake along the san andreas fault. the city
says in the next 12 months that there is a 2.3% of a magnitude 7.5 or greater quake on the fault. it runs along the north edge of the mojave desert. researchers say it could trigger a big quake on the san andreas fault. a major quake on that part of the fault line would impact los angeles and the surrounding area . that study was published in the bulletin of the seismological society of america. a stolen dog is home and safe this morning. the 10 week old puppy was stolen over the weekend from a san francisco rescue truck on treasure island. he was on his way to a foster home after being rescued from a neglectful situation. the rescue posted early this morning that che was found running around the bayview neighborhood. and we have details about a u-haul that was packed with family memories and stolen from outside of a berkeley home.
scott got the news that the moving truck was found abandoned with most of the family memorabilia left untouched. he had parked the truck in front of his home in berkeley and it was stolen july 2. he had spent three days packing up his childhood home in portland. the things that were taken can be replaced. the time is 7:47 in the contra costa health library system will open a new temporary library in pleasant hill right outside of city hall on gregory lane. it will offer front door service for people who want books or other library materials. now, this will be the pleasant hills library until the city opens its new library which is expected late next year. people living in fremont are among the least distressed out in america. the east bay city ranked near last on wallethub's list of the most stressed city. the list looks at unemployment, household income, overall health and
divorce rates. oakland was 74th on the list followed by san francisco on the list at 117. according to the list, the most stressed city is cleveland, ohio. some employers are having a tough time getting employees coming back to work. more make money on unemployment than they weren't on the job. the coronavirus unemployment payment on top of state unemployment means that some are making more by staying home . >> i have seen estimates that over 50% of the people getting unemployment insurance are making more money than they did when they were employed. the cares act is going to expire at the end of the month. when congress returns on friday , they have just two weeks to come up with a new bill. one idea pushed by republican
lawmakers is a back to work incentive. the time is just about 7:49 and the earnings report is starting to roll in and it is impacting wall street. we have today's dollars and cents with pam cook. the bank is leading the way, but the results are mixed. j.p. morgan chase beat expectations and there is record trading activity. however, executives warn of uncertainty ahead. when the opening bell rang this morning, wells fargo stock dropped about 80%. san francisco's bank posted a lost of $2.4 billion. checking in on the new york stock exchange, the good numbers from j.p. morgan had helped with a gain. the s&p 500 up about a quarter of us of a percent.
tech stocks are down and there is worry over their earnings going forward. the nasdaq is down about one third of a percent right now. economic advisor, larry kudlow, says he can confirm a phase 4 economic release package will be approved by congress. he says there is agreement that another relief package is needed. president trump has expressed his support for provisions like a payroll tax holiday and direct stimulus payments and an extension of the paycheck protection program. a new electric car company is looking to go public. it looks to become a publicly traded after a $2.9 million deal. they are expected to merge with spartan energy acquisition in a deal later this year. it will help the new ocean suv which debuted at the consumer electronics show earlier this year. they are looking to get the ocean on the road in late
2022. speaking of getting on the road, peloton is considering adding a new lower-priced equipment piece for people working out from home. the stationary bike cost more than $2200 with peloton. a connected treadmill goes for $4300 in both require a subscription to access online witness classes. a spokesperson for peloton says that company is considering a lower cost treadmill. no word on a cheaper bike but the tread in boot camp business is 2-3 times the size of telethon's exercise bikes. let's go back to clotting and dave. all right, it is 7:51. let's talk about the roads on this tuesday. good morning allie. allie is watching the traffic for us.
there is not a lot to watch because things have calmed down which is good news if you are driving this morning. we are going to circle back and check again on the drive for the eastshore freeway. this can sometimes be a trouble spot. there was a crash that has cleared and you can see stop and go traffic through el cerrito. elsewhere in the bay area and across the bay in the peninsula in san francisco, stalled vehicles, but no major issues. the eastshore freeway is 21 minutes to the macarthur maze and not too bad. highway 24 in lafayette looks empty as well if you are going from here. you won't have problems. in this area, the whole 680 and pleasanton area has recovered from two earlier crashes the tied up traffic this morning. it is 7:52 and there is a mix of sun and fog this morning. from
what i can see trapped inside my house. my view of the outside world is thanks to the traffic cameras. you are spot on. it's a mix of fog and sun. certainly along the coast. around 8:00 or 9:00, it starts to peel back inland. we don't have one that has gone out to the delta or anything, but there is a lot of fog out there. temperatures have cooled off and will continue as the wind of change continues with the sea breeze. even the southwind for some. the water temperatures are cool. these are the buoy temperatures by the coast guard. not me, i don't make these up. the southeast wind at 20 and they are rocking and rolling in the santa clara valley. mostly sunny with 50s, 60s and 170 near acorn. sfo is in there as well and it is close for berkeley at d6. crescent city
made it to 47 and now 52. 59 at sacramento and that tells you the delta breeze has made it there. and then over the weekend, the hot temperatures are now on 40 and heading to texas. the low pressure system has a little dip in the jet stream which allows cooler weather to make it into northern california . there is not much change in it looks quiet into the end of the week. clotting and dave. from china, another major health alert. this time, a strain of bubonic plague. also in the next hour, how health officials think it is being transmitted.
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the team formally known as the washington redskins plans to have a new name before the start of the nfl season. the team has already picked out a preferred placement, but it is caught up in a trademark dispute . one possible choice is the washington warriors but a virginia man has trademarked dozens of names, hopefully to sell one to the team. he's also trademarked the washington monuments, arrows and veterans. >> as an addition is person to wash it blatantly racist thing go away and no longer be valid
is a day of victory. a popular name among fans is red tails which honors the plane flown by the tuskegee airmen in world war ii and honors the first black military pilots. the time is 7:58. while the warriors remain at home, other teams are it disneyland in orlando for the start of the season. russell westbrook has tested positive for coronavirus. he did not fly with his team to orlando in his home recovering. the nba says two players have tested positive for covid- 19 during the orlando bubble quarantine period. and 33 players tested positive during phase 2 of their return to action. the teams are expected to return at two canadian hub
cities. edmonton will host for the west . the san jose sharks were not invited to the restart. in baseball, the oakland a's and the giants will play a pair of warm-up games before their season begins. it will be played next monday in oakland and on tuesday in san francisco. no fans will be allowed, but both games will be on tv. the giant start their season next thursday against the dodgers. the oakland a's begin next friday against the angels. the time is 7:59 and nfl training camps are set to open next month. there is a new face mask that players will test. the shields are made by oakley and are designed to slow the spread of covid-19. the company says it offers players the same protection as a mask without having to put a material covering over there nose and
mouth. rolling back on reopening across california. the bay area's impacted by the governor's latest mandate. plus business owners who had just started rehiring employees are forced to furlough again. the growing frustration from those trying to financially survive. and bay area school districts making the call to start the fall semester at home with distance learning. from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. good morning everyone and welcome back to mornings on 2 . it is tuesday, july 14 and i am mike mibach. good morning, i am claudine wong in for gasia today. mike, it's great to see you and great to see steve paulson as well . if you like yesterday,
we are headed in a good direction. >> that is a cooler direction. i know there is a stamp of approval on this cooldown after a rather hot weekend. it will be back, but for right now, the rest of the week looks good. no doubt about it, the fog bank is peeling back. the city between 55 and 56 with the water temperatures definitely cold. 54 around here and around the embarcadero, 57. it has been a blustery morning for some. travis up to 26 with gus at the oakland airport and napa west in santa rosa south, that is cool for them this time of year. the fog and low clouds will be back tonight and tomorrow with temperatures a little below average. they were above, but not anymore . now over to allie, things
have calmed down, is that the case? >> things have calmed down and overall the commute is looking pretty good. starting at eastern contra costa county was slowing on the map. you can see the westbound highway there is a report of a ladder in the road. there is traffic on southbound 242 through concord. checking marin county, the commute looks good however southbound 101 at lucas valley there is a report of a dog on the freeway. keep your eyes out for that if that is where you are driving. the toll plaza looks good with stop and go traffic onto the bridge over to marin. it is easy to get to you at that point. the bay bridge toll plaza looking good. then once you approach san francisco, stop and go traffic there as well. it is 8:0 to, let's go back to the headlines. governor newsom has ordered
all california counties to rollback because of a surge in cases. here we are four months into the closure that we started in mid-march and now once again, businesses are forced to shut down yet again. that is right. we knew that pausing or going back on reopening's would be at and that is what is happening. governor newsom warned that it would be an on and off switch, but maybe a dimmer. now he is dialing down. the greatest training north of 7% in smaller counties are reporting limited icu beds. governor newsom is making moves to control the surge. as of monday, every county has to shut down indoor dining, bars, wineries and tasting rooms, movie theatres, zoos, museums and card rooms . 31 counties on the state's watch list have stricter restrictions.
they have to close it fitness facilities, hair salons, barbershops, worship services, shopping malls and non- essential offices. . every bay area county is on the watch list except san mateo and san francisco. newsom says based on contact tracing, their data shows it is safer to be outside which is why he is scaling back on reopening and why he has this warning. >> limit mixing with people outside of your household. the data suggest that not everyone is practicing common sense. if you do mix, it is important that you take the mixing outside. there is no timeline on how long the new restrictions will last, but the governor is confident in california's ability to control the virus. reporting live, sara zendehnam , ktvu fox 2 news. some business owners are
frustrated with governor newsom and the announcement that he would enforce these restrictions. sonoma fit was able to open two gyms but had to lock up again. some businesses can shift outdoors, but the owner of the club says he may have to lay off employees. >> how do you think i can prepare with three gyms wind newsom drops a bomb on us like this? we can't prepare and it is costing us jobs and it is costing us members. >> reporter: the russian river brewing company is now going from five outdoor tables up to 15, but that won't be enough. some workers that were just hired back will have to be furloughed again. the alameda county board of supervisors will hold a town for teleconference at 9:30 asking
the state for special permission to reopen outdoor dining. every other bay area county submitted the request weeks, if not months ago. leaders in alameda county said they waited because they did not think it was reasonable to ask for a variance with rises in the past several weeks. officially, outdoor dining is permitted. places like fairyland and the zoo cannot reopen. >> there is a difference with applying for a variance to open wider at the same time. we have more than 100 cases per 100,000 . several alameda county cities are not waiting for permission from the state and they are allowing outdoor dining right now. the county wants the cities to follow state guidelines because funding will be tied to compliance with the governor's orders.
both the oakland and fremont unified school district have decided they will only offer online learning in the fall. san francisco and san jose unified may be doing the same. that has parents trying to come up with ways to handle the upcoming school year. they are looking at creating a communal learning situation to keep their children safe. >> i plan on offering pods or cohorts of 12 students or less where friends can come in and we will offer -assisted remote learning. >> reporter: do you take the classes from yellowstone, or something like that out of the box? how can we make lemonade out of this bowl of lemons? the san jose teacher's association said the number of cases in the state would need to drop dramatically for the members to return to the classroom. and the two largest school districts in california are
going to start instruction in the fall with online classes only. the san diego school district in los angeles said they will begin with remote learning when school begins. that could change later if the covid infection rates drop in those areas. and students will likely start the fall semester with distance learning only. the district superintendent send out a statement saying earlier plans for a mixture of online and in-person classes are expected to change due to the recent kate change in covid cases. the full school board is expected to discuss plans for the fall at a school board meeting tomorrow. instruction begins in berkeley on august 17. the orange county board of education voted to allow students to come back for in person classroom instruction next month. facemasks are not going to be mandatory. there are also not going to be any social
distancing rules. the board has no power to direct the school districts to follow the guidelines. according to johns hopkins university, there have been 24,000 recorded cases of coronavirus. and back here, attend san quentin m-8 has died of coronavirus. the latest death happened on sunday at a marin county hospital outside the prince the prison. there were 1400 coronavirus cases involving san quentin inmates. that is roughly half of the entire inmate population. and happening today. the vallejo police chief will present to the vallejo city council. they have been under scrutiny for several deadly officer involved shootings over the recent years. they have traced problems to staffing shortages after they declared bankruptcy as well as a siege
mentality toward critics. the meeting starts tonight at 7:00. and supporters of reforming the jail system will hold a news conference at 9:30 this morning. this comes as supervisors are voting on legislation. if approved, they would make phone calls from jail free and also and price markups on commissary items. those supporting the legislation say the fees are paid for by families of inmates. a report from a human rights nonprofit in la said that 80% of the fees are paid by women and mostly low income women of color. the city council will assign unarmed public works officials to conduct traffic stops instead of police officers. it's part of an effort taking place across the country to redefine law enforcement. it would create a separate
transportation department to handle parking and traffic enforcement. hello there, i will do the weather for you. if you thought it was cooler, it is. we dropped a good 10-20 degrees yesterday in the way dropped again today. then we are in a holding pattern through the weekend. a much larger cloud bank greeted us along with a no doubt about it onshore wind. from sunday and into monday, how many degrees cooler were we? morgan hill the leader of the pack with just 20. palo alto drop 13 degrees. 50s, 60s and 70s. it is almost impossible to cool off at lake county, but i think we will be cooler. we are run numb running 1-4 degrees cooler. that is falling
in line with what i think we will settle on today. clausen fog retreat back to the coast and then they will be back to morrow. the high is on its way to texas in the low pressure has settled into the north giving us onshore wind and cooler temperatures. 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. tomorrow, look at the full fog bank that establishes the self. that will allow temperatures to stay about where they are and maybe a degree or to group cooler. if you like this weather, you should like the next few days. it may be warmer for the weekend, but no heat wave. mike and claudine. you're a case of the bubonic plague in the state of colorado. coming up, where it was found what you need to look out for if you are in the rocky mountains. in the present's decision to reduce roger stone's
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mr. welcome back to mornings on 2. parts of china is experiencing flooding that has not been seen in decades. torrential rains have washed away the homes of more than 2 million people. 140 are dead or reported missing . 444 rivers in china have been reported as flooded. in seattle, police officer shot and killed and another officer wounded while chasing a suspect around 3:30 this morning . police captured the person suspected of opening fire on the officers. he was hiding on a rooftop near the scene. at this point, police have not said what prompted the officers to chase the suspect. in the united states carried out its first federal execution in 17 years. the united states supreme court cleared the way for the execution of prisoners. it made a low a lower court
order to temporarily block the execution of a convicted killer. daniel lee died by execution in terre haute, indiana. this new decision by the supreme court in the former moratorium that have been in place in two more executions are set for this week. roger stone, president trump's friend and advisor says he is grateful for the president commuting his sentence. he says it would've been a death sentence for him. he was convicted of lying to congress, obstruction, witness tampering in the investigation. president trump commuted his sentence just days before he was supposed to start a three- year prison sentence. >> most important thing is the courageous nest of the present's act. many people told him in an election year, don't do this. maybe wait for a pardon until after the election
. i don't think i would've lived that long. not with my asthmatic condition and not was 60 covid cases in that prison. stone says he is planning to ride a book in hopes to help president trump of this campaign in the fall. the time is 8:18. let's check the traffic and go back to allie rasmus. i just lost a light in the room and i had opened some shutters for natural light. you do what you do. >> it's a constant calibration and calculation. how is the lighting going to change and we are our own camera people in our basement and homes. in the south bay, you can see the south bay commute looks pretty good. just a few slowdowns in certain areas, but
no major accidents or crashes to tell you about. here is 880 in oakland northbound and southbound. there is something to let you know about on highway 24 in west lafayette. there is report of vehicles on the side of the road with flat tires. we are checking out that situation. there may be something in the roadway causing vehicles to puncture their tires. we will monitor that. the commute on the san mateo bridge is clear and also sunny. we have steve paulson telling us about the cooler weather and we have a mix of sun and clouds . when you work from home, you never know who will show up in the background. right? >> exactly. we do have a cooler forecast on tap. the forecast came in and we dropped 20 degrees and today looks similar. we drop another 3-6 and keep it there.
why did you drop off for? i came up with that at about 3:00 this morning and i'm going to stick with it and not change anything. the wind is picked up for some along the embarcadero. san jose at 18-23 mph out of the southeast. coming right up the santa clara valley. a cool direction. fairfield out of the southwest at 26. oakland and napa with additional clearing. 50s and 60s on most of the temperatures. if you get the sea breeze or the fog, you will cool down. otherwise, temperatures are cooling down. that high is moving to texas which means a dip in the jet stream. 60s is below and then 70s. the temperatures will settle in here and i don't think that will go far over the next few
days. a quiet pattern over a hot weekend. we will take it, thank you steve. a big city exodus as families leave in droves. coming up, the reason behind the move. and another health alert from china. in this time it's a strain of bubonic plague and how health officials think it is being transmitted. reinventing. it's what small businesses do.
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smoke is coming from the navy ship in san diego. this is a live look and things are looking better than yesterday. we still have helicopters dropping water. it has been two days after the fire and explosion on board that injured nearly 60 people. the navy thinks that it started because of supplies in a storage area in the lower half of the ship. people in san diego are warned about the air quality. you can see it is hazy from this picture. there is the helicopter bringing the water to dump it on the ship. people in the area are told to keep their windows and doors closed. the house of representatives is going to vote on removing confederate statues from the capitol rotunda . there are 11 statues in the capital right now including statues of robert e lee and
jefferson davis. each state designates to statues but congress has the final say on where they are displayed. congress will vote on where to move the statues and not destroy them. real estate agents say as the stay-at-home orders are extended even more, they are seeing more people packing up and leaving the big cities to the suburbs to have more space to move around. especially families. they are looking at home layouts more differently. some want one or two office spaces in the home and some want a yard and even a home gym. >> people want diversity in their home including options. they want to use the space for many purposes. we are adding desks to family rooms and converting dining rooms to homework rooms during the day. cleanliness is also a priority with buyers asking for bathrooms with touchless foss let's or a mudroom to believe
coats and hats and shoes at the door. health officials in colorado say a squirrel tested positive for bubonic plague. the discovery was made in morrison southwest of denver. the risk is extremely low. especially's disease experts say precautions include removing sources of food for animals around the home. don't feed while animals and remain tina litter and trash free yard . and a discovery in colorado comes a week after officials in china discovered bubonic plague there. a herdsman and inner mongolia northwest of beijing tested positive for the disease and is recovering in the hospital. the world health organization is monitoring the case but said it's not an issue because antibiotics can prevent complications and death if administered quickly enough. some employers having a
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permission and why it may be too late. plus the wife of the bay area sherrif's deputy speaks out about her husband's fight against coronavirus. details of what she says is been the hardest part of the battle. from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2 . good morning to you and welcome to mornings on 2. i am claudine wong in for gasia today. of morning everyone. i'm mike mibach . i hope you're having a great tuesday morning at home. let's go to elissa harrington that tuesday morning forecast. we do have a fog bank influence out there for many. although, it starts to retreat back, but the damage is done. that may be a pleasure for some of you in the form of cooler. the fog bank will make a big impact today, tonight and tomorrow. the high-pressure is
on its way to texas. 50s too soft to 60s. the wind of change has been windy down toward san jose. gusts of 23 out toward the delta. 35 at higher elevations. will translate to higher elevations. him in cooler as we get a dip in the jet stream. in july, all it takes is a dip. temperatures below average to near average the rest of the week. now over to allie who was busy from 4:00-7:00. now things are getting better. is it still good? it is all still good with no major problems to tell you about. occasional slowing here and there. we will check back on the east bay commute. problems on southbound 680 have cleared from pleasanton. southbound 880 with a crash. i want to look at this picture because there is a report of
heavy fog on the san mateo bridge right around mid span. so, be aware of that. here is a look at the macarthur maze. it will take 19 minutes in a pretty good drive over all. the toll plaza is clear at the bay bridge as well. also with the golden gate bridge. the toll plaza in good shape. we end with this nice picture of the fog over the golden gate bridge. the time is 8:32. the surgeon coronavirus cases is forcing governor newsom to have more restrictions. businesses must close across the state. there is no indoor dining, bars, wineries and tasting rooms, movie theatres, zoos, museums and card rooms . there are 30 counties on the watch list including seven in the area. that includes contra costa,
santa clara, sonoma. the increase in patients is 10% and the three day average is up 20%. the governor explains yesterday why the preopening processes being dialed back. >> we are moving back into a modification mode of our original stay-at-home order. doing so utilizing what commonly is referred to as a dimmer switch and not an on and off switch. california's stay-at-home order was designed to fluctuate and be modified based on data and trend lines. in one hour, c la maddie alameda supervisors will decide on how to proceed with their opening process. we look at how county leaders are trying to get special permission for the
variance from the state for the outdoor dining. this has been confusing for a lot of people involved. christian. >> reporter: it's a confusing process for a lot of people and businesses are following this closely. as you said, alameda county will be allowed to apply for the variance, if they want to. the board of supervisors is set to take that up in about an hour. the state was pushing for applying for variances in pushing for reopening some of the areas across the state. alameda county does not have a variance but has the opportunity to apply. the key county wants to cities to comply because it impacts future funding at alameda county did not apply back in may. without it, places like fairyland and the oakland zoo cannot reopen. oakland, dublin and haymore are
among the cities who pushed back the closure of outdoor dining. for now, the reopening's are on pause and restaurant say they are frustrated. >> we are so down on sales. it is really, really horrible. we get phone calls from people asking when we are going to open into outdoor dining? >> reporter: there is uncertainty for restaurants around the county. the county is on the watch list and the board of supervisors will discuss reopening at a meeting. we will be monitoring to bring you the latest developments and what that means for people living in alameda county and for businesses looking to conduct outdoor dining. ktvu fox 2 news . thank you. last night, and alameda county
sherrif's deputy is in the icu battling coronavirus. his wife talked to us about his health stating that watching it decline so quickly has been heartbreaking. >> without a doubt, he is fighting for his life. >> reporter: the search sheriff's deputy has been on a ventilator for the last two weeks. he is one of two deputies in the icu who has covid-19 right now. he has been a deputy for the past 25 years and was recently taking shifts at the jail where for dozen the nights have tested positive for the virus. >> he was vigilant and following health guidelines, but working in our job and in many different environments, sometimes we get put at risk. >> he cannot continue to stay on the vent at such a high setting. it is going to do damage to his lungs and he is not getting the air that he needs.
>> reporter: the deputy's wife says she is trying to stay positive and she says that anyone who is coughing or tests positive for covid-19 should get their lungs checked. the nation's top infectious disease expert, dr. anthony fauci, says there is progress being made in the development of a vaccine for the virus. >> we are cautiously optimistic that at the end of the year and the beginning of 2021 that we will have one and maybe more than one vaccine. i hope more. >> reporter: he took part in a virtual chat yesterday with the dean of stanford university's medical school. he did not discuss reports that the white house is trying to sideline him because of his cautious approach versus the president's more aggressive push
. >> we need to get the schools reopen. i think there's a lot of politics going on. i think they think they will do better if they can keep the schools closed during the election. >> reporter: the governor prays the response saying he is doing a good job. san francisco's public health department will be a test site for a covid-19 vaccine. the announcement comes as the health department in the city of san francisco appears to be getting worse. the health director, grant colfax, went through the numbers yesterday. currently san francisco has 4600 confirmed cases and the most cases were confirmed in the past couple of weeks. >> it is trending back up and unfortunately we are in another surge. we expect hospitalization numbers to continue to go up. so far 50 people have died in san francisco from the virus. the doctor warns that if the trend continues that the city could see nearly 900 deaths by the end of the year. happening today. there will be for three pop-up
covid testing sites in the south bay. walkup testing will be free of charge and you don't need an appointment. you don't need insurance or doctor's note. you also don't need visible symptoms. the pop-up sites will be at the auditorium as well as independence high school. there will be one in gilroy at the south annex elementary school on grand avenue. the san francisco zoo opened its doors for the first time in four months. it looks like the zoo will be able to stay open even though we have had a rollback on reopening's. the attendance is capped at 50% capacity and visitors have to reserve spots online ahead of time. guests will have to wear masks or face coverings. there are hand sanitizer stations throughout the park. >> i think they are doing a great job so far. it looks like
they have closed off the high touch sections and indoor areas. we are just happy to be back here. the zoo was set to reopen on june 29 but it had to be delayed because of a spike in coronavirus cases. zoos were mentioned in the restrictions yesterday, but outdoor locations and exhibits are still allowed to operate. the sue says that the reopening should help financially because 70% of its revenue comes from entrance fees. you can check the county, wright county information on reopening. there is a running list of what is reopening and where and it's right on the front page. the cruz fire has been contained. the cause of the fire is under investigation. federal and state agencies that oversee wildfire across california are looking to
restrict cam fires. campfires have been banned in some areas and will likely be prohibited in some parts of the states. campfire restrictions may extend into the fall in some cases. the time is 8:41. now it's time to talk about the cooler temperatures. it is great outside, but i like it. i slept well without having to worry about kicking off layers of blankets. >> or point in that fan right at you. we do have a cooler pattern and i think it is here to stay all the way through the weekend. it is july and hot temperatures are never far away, but there is nothing that says we will go back to what we had over the past weekend. that could change. the forecast models are quiet going out for the next 14 days or so. brent word, conquered in livermore down 17.
santa rosa off 15 in palo alto cooled off 13 degrees. you know a little breeze is back in town and it is blustery for some. gust at 25-30 at half moon bay. hayward has a southwind. howard is south of hayward. 50s and 60s and they don't get a sea breeze or fog and that's why they are warmer. the high is on its way to texas and leaving arizona. the jetstream slides into northern california and that's all it takes to get the fog machine rolling along in the cooler temperatures. they are here today and for the rest of the week. we could have a warm-up, but until then, very little change. all right, coming up on the 9, you may know him as jerry from the hit series, parks and
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making more money than they did when they were employed. the cares acts will expire at the end of the month when congress returns on friday. there will just be two weeks to come up with a new bill. the idea being floated by lawmakers as a back to work incentive. more warnings from the airlines this morning as well as mixed news from the banks. let's get back to pam cook for a look at today's dollars and cents. and j.p. morgan chase beat expectations with a record amount of trading activity. executives warn of uncertainty going forward. when the opening bell rang this morning, wells fargo stock dropped about a percent. the san francisco-based bank posting a loss of $2.4 billion. taking a look at the markets
that are offset by some of the good news. the dow jones up just about 300 points. 1% there. the s&p 500 upper half of percent. tech stocks up and nasdaq is down. has been flat to down all morning long. this week, american airlines will warn employees about possible furloughs. the carrier has been telling workers that the company may be overstaffed by as many as 20,000 employees. cuts would come from all types of jobs ranging from pilots to mechanics. travel is down nearly 70% from this time last year. that means southwest's warning employees they may lose their jobs. passenger numbers have to triple by the end of the year or there will be layoffs. southwest is offering buyouts and extended leave to some employees. we are getting a first look
at ford's classic new suv. the company unveiled the new ford bronco. the midsize trucks are available with 2 or 4 removable chores, like a jeep. they are inspired by the original bronco which first hit the road in 1966. they are built for the highway and the great outdoors. if you talk about what the bronco is, it is not only capable of the rock crawling and all of that great stuff that you want to do. >> the new bronco is designed to compete with the jeep wrangler. the basic model starts at about $30,000 in the top end model with additional features and equipment can be about $60,000. anja poeltl he is checking out cauliflower rice at some restaurants. it is made with grilled cauliflower, freshly chopped
cilantro, lime juice, and some salt. it will cost an additional two dollars when you place the order. a taste test will rollout tomorrow and 55 restaurants in denver and throughout wisconsin . i was surprised at that at first, but i guess california is a given that we all eat cauliflower rice already. let's go back to mike and claudine. >> i'm not a cauliflower guy, but i will give it a shot. the time is 8:50. let's check in on the commute on this tuesday morning. how are you allie? hey, things look good on the morning commute. there are some road hazards. we do want to start a marin county because there is a crash on northbound 101 at the long avenue. this is at the clearing stages and the backups should
not be bad because of that. these are the road hazards. westbound 580 with a report of a king-sized mattress locking the middle lanes. if you are in the market for that, don't pick it up. chp will clear it out of the way. and the toll bridge looks clear as well. in the san mateo bridge where things look good also. traffic has lightened up in the last hour or so. 280 in san jose, a little more crowded than it was an hour ago, but overall traffic is good here too. it is 8:51 and let's check in with steve paulson. we have been pretty busy with the busy weather pattern. it feels cooler and the wind is picked up as well as the fog. it is still trending downward. it came down. these are all
onshore with temperatures mainly in the low 60s. san jose gusting to 23. at half moon bay, do southwind. 50s and 60s on most of the temperatures. they are 1-4 degrees cooler than yesterday. the high in the pacific is not the concern, it was the one in the arizona area that's now in new mexico and on its way to texas. the dip in the jetstream has opened the door to a cooler breeze. 60s, 70s and 80s and i don't think we will change much in the next few days. their average on the temperatures. claudine and mike. thank you steve. helping the homeless another vulnerable people during the covid-19 pandemic. still to come, how the
having that first hug. sharing that first meal together. and showing off the good news. we know you can't wait to welcome people back into your home, and neither can we. let's get ready for what's next. ikea. welcome back. looking for people who vandalize dozens of vehicles. thursday through sunday, 60 vehicles were broken into around various areas around the city. no items were taken and also no word on a possible motive. >> they are coming through and doing what they do and then
take off in a matter of seconds, it appears. it seems totally senseless to me because i don't know what the folks are gaining from it. it is just creating more heartache for people who are already suffering through hard times. six months ago, a similar spree on stokes street in willow glenn where 12 windows had their sights smashed. they have not said if the crimes are related a u-haul moving truck was found abandoned in oakland with most family memorabilia left untouched, he parked the u-haul in front of his home in berkeley and then was stolen on july 2 and he just spent three days packing up his childhood home in portland and he said
luckily the things that were taken can be replaced. bart is a spawning track work at the hayward station and was supposed to begin this weekend and i will be moved back two weeks until the start of august and will affect service at five different times over a three month window and a bridge will be provided from the bay fair station to the south hayward station during those repairs the dmv is giving seniors a one-year extension to renew drivers licenses because of the pandemic and the automatic extension is worth california drivers aged 70 and older and it is to keep older drivers out of the dmv offices since they are required to physically show up and a dmv field office to renew the license the oakland a's and the giants are playing a couple of exhibition games before the shortened season kicks off later this month. the games will be played monday in oakland and to stay in san francisco. no fans are allowed, both games
will be televised and the giants start their season next thursday against the los angeles dodgers and the oakland a's begin next friday against the angels. nfl training camps are to open up later this month and this is a look at a prototype of the new facemask the players will test before the first official games and the shields are made by oakley and are designed to spread the covid 19 slow it, it offers the same production is a mask without a material covering over the nose and mouth. the makers of the popular card game uno adding more color to the deck. the mattel toy company hired famed artist get harrington to add his graffiti designs onto the cards, he features crawling babies and parking spaceships and this no deck as part of a special series between the works of famous artists and
they cost $40 on amazon which is four times more than a regular deck. the royal family getting into the alcohol business, buckingham palace just announced a gin brand and the ingredients come from the gardens of the queens residents and it costs $80 a bottle online. well the governor is handing out tough news for business owners, more on the reopening plans being rolled back across california. plus help filing unemployment and how you can help speed up the process if you're still waiting on a paycheck. and giving back to bay area students in a big way and later this hour we're catching up with an emmy award-winning actor from parks and jim o'hare. a good morning, we are looking live from emeryville toward san francisco, beautiful shot of the bay bridge and fog in the distance, a