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rito del norte stations. the first train starts at 6 20 this sunday morning. it'll have limited stops so participants can arrive there faster. the regular bart service begins at eight a.m. second. after another freeway shooting in the east book. we know about gunfire and interstate 80 that came in the middle of the day. also cracking down on water wasters proposal in the south bay targeting homeowners who aren't meeting the districts. new limits plus down by three jones for jackson jackson. it's blocked by green. yes it was. it was a wild win for the warriors last night, we'll look at how the warriors pulled away from the memphis grizzlies. what it'll take to win the whole series. dagger. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto. good to see you.
gasia mikaelian i know. and good morning. i'm dave clark. it's tuesday. it's may 10th garcia's cold. i'm cold. steve paulson's gold too, but he has your forecast will warm it up and bring it to your heart, though. yeah, i know it is cold out there for many. ah there have been a lot of low thirties here . santa rosa did make it to 32 or 33, depending on your location. 34, now palo alto and 38. that's on the stanford campus. livermore at 42. san jose, also at 42 of the city, briefly hit 47 now 48, so tuesday's gone with the wind which will pick up later today, son in the morning clouds in the afternoon showers and maybe some reports of hail again and it is really going to be a brisk day for us for may 10th with upper fifties and low sixties sounds here. he's gotten busy. where do you want to start this time? well steve did you know they called me the breeze. sometimes they call you the breeze back to
you, steve. no, no back to me, all right? uh let's go out and talk about the bay bridge because it is crowded, but they cleared a crash and when it got lucky because caltrans and chp did a good job in clearing this wreck off the bay bridge before it caused monumental damage. it was a little slow, but things are getting better on the bay bridge. a little slower than usual, though the richmond bridge traffic is moving along, okay, there's some slow traffic here. approaching the span. and as we look at contra costa, i'm sorry. alameda county look at 8 80 that traffic is looking good . speaking of contra costa will look at that coming up in just a few minutes. but at 702, let's go back to the headlines. it may soon cause homeowners in santa clara county hundreds of dollars for using too much water. the members of the santa clara valley water district will meet today they're going debate ways to crack down on water wasters. ktvu is james torres. you're in san jose right now outside the water district headquarters. so tell us more about what they're thinking about. okay this is all
thanks to the growing threat of the drought in california that we've seen over the last couple of years now. the valley district is expected to have a conversation later this afternoon to determine a plan on how to reinforce some of these rules of conservation rules that they say many homeowners are just not appropriately following last summer. that's when it all began, officials asked residents in santa clara county to cut down their water usage by about 15. they also asked city governments to limit household watering to just two days a week . but most cities still allow three days a week of watering, while others don't really enforce any restrictions. and instead of water usage going down the water district reports usage went up an additional 30% when you compare march 2019 to march of this year, board members say sources for water are starting to run dry, and it's becoming expensive buying additional water from federal suppliers. as a result, valley water ceo said in passport meetings, the district is now preparing to pass a two year budget for the first time in 20
years. there's plenty of things that we can't control. you can't control as a public agency, but there's many things that we cannot control as a public agency like climate change, but as a local government, if we can't control it outcome, we can still be prepared for the outcome. this afternoon. the board will fine tune a plan for water cops. that's terminology they use. those are enforcement officers whose jobs will be to find people who aren't conserving water and hand out fines, possibly up to $500 that meeting. set to start at one o'clock this afternoon. that's just iron out the plan, actually ratifying and approving the plan won't happen for another two weeks and another future board meeting. but those enforcement officers if this plan goes through could be seen in your neighborhoods starting this summer. we live this morning in san jose. i'm james torres ktvu. fox two news. alright james. thank you. also today, a virtual media briefing by state water officials about california's
drought situation and why conserving water is so important experts with the department of water resources and the state water resources board will tell us the latest on the drought after january through march was the driest period on record. we're following a developing story for you in vallejo, where police are investigating a shooting involving at least three victims. gunfire was first reported just before 8 30 last night on avian drive. investigators say each victim was shot at least once no word on their conditions, and it's not clear if police have made any arrests. in this case, seven year old boy is recovering after being shot on interstate 80 in vacaville this happened late yesterday afternoon on eastbound 80, west of alamo drive. chp says the child was in a rear seat of a honda accord when bullets hit the car several times he is expected to recover . so far. no arrests have been made, and officers have not released a motive for the shooting. but say if you have information, please call the chp about 705 leaders in the fight
to protect the rights of an abortion. to have an abortion gathered last night in san francisco about what california should do if and when the u. s. supreme court overturned roe versus wade, two speakers included jessica pinckney, executive director of access reproductive justice, who said volunteers in her organization are ready to begin housing women who are seeking abortions. something that was put on hold during the pandemic. cosmo volunteers can also, uh, volunteer to drive people to and from appointments and we will work to coordinate that care on our end, so we match volunteers in the area wherever you're coming from or wherever you're going to access, reproductive justice and its network of volunteers also help women seeking an abortion, paper, hotels, childcare and food. happening today, president biden will lay out his administration's plans to fight inflation. gas prices have gone up again in recent days. economists expect that new
numbers out tomorrow will show the rate of inflation is slowing compared to past reports. still, the cost of just about everything is higher now than last year following months of record inflation. it's no longer the shutdowns in china. it's not russia, ukraine, its inflation and these rising prices, and they're seeing it spill over into the retirement accounts. the president is set to speak this morning at 8 30. we'll have coverage of his remarks for you right here on mornings on to gaza. your time. 77 today is the first full day on the job for san francisco's newest supervisor. he represents. what hope is. hope for a new future hope for transformation. but more importantly, in knowing matt for so many years. what i appreciate is his willingness to build bridges to work together to make the hard decisions. and to focus on the work that's important to san franciscans. matt dorsey was appointed by
mayor breed to fill the vacancy on the board after matt haney was elected to the state assembly. dorsey has been working as director of strategic communications at the police department since 2020. and says he has personally battled drug addiction. i want every san franciscan who struggles with addiction or alcoholism to have the same access to care. i had and to know that they have the support of a city that won't give up on them either. dorothy says getting more people into treatment will help address many problems in the city, including street crime, retail theft and homelessness. ballots are on the way for the coming june primary . yesterday was the last day for counties to send out the ballots to voters in person. voting is already starting in some counties. all bay area counties will also open drop off locations were vote by mail ballots. the deadline to register the vote for the june 7th election is may 23rd. it was
an unusual night and a couple of ways for the golden state warriors just hours before tip off for game four, the western conference semifinals, the warriors announced head coach steve kerr tested positive for covid. kept him out of chase center and put him into the league's health and safety protocols. associate head coach mike brown will be the new head coach for the sacramento kings after the warrior season and took over coaching duties for what many call the warriors ugliest first half in recent memory. curry fire thompson one triple j double team kick quarter warriors only had 38 points in the entire first half became on strong in the final quarter. stephen curry led the rally made eight free throws in the final minutes. the warriors had 39 points in the fourth quarter, they won 101 to 98. talk about historically bad shooting and a lot of history has made he was named head coach twice 24 hours. we got traded to
the king's overnight. i don't know how to explain how this obviously happy for him. like brown expected to fill in again for kurt tomorrow in memphis. golden state wins the warriors are headed for the western conference finals to play either phoenix or dallas. if the warriors lose, they come back to chase center on friday night for game six. all right. it was interesting game to watch. tommy 7 10. sal i know you were watching. i thought you were gonna have to send me in there to help the warriors outside. my goodness. there were enough bricks it to build a new fireplace in that game. it was it was rough, so, yeah, it was. it was not a great shooting night, but anyway i do have to pivot here to new crash we just found out about this is in solano county, west 80 and the dixon area at pedrick road. all lanes blocked and now we're hearing it's a deadly crash coming from davis to dixon. now this might apply more to you. if you're waiting for someone from that area, they're going to be
delayed. with not that uncommon for people to come from sacramento to the bay area to make these long commutes. and this morning if you're doing that, if you know someone who is it is going to be tough coming in from sacramento. coming into the bay area. let's talk a little bit more about what we have here on 80 westbound as you drive through richmond getting out to the mcarthur maze some slow traffic there and when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza it is backed up for typical delay. there was an earlier crash on the bridge, and that traffic is a little slower than usual. it's 7 11. let's go back to the desk. coming up open. police are investigating dozens of robberies over the weekend with the crimes have in common and with police are doing to try to stop them. also up next, an investigation that's underway on the stanford university campus, but we're now finding out after a noose was found hanging from a tree. for state controller, only yiu will save taxpayers money.
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is r condemning whoever hung a noose outside and undergraduate resident's hall on campus? ktvu andre senior in the studio now and andre, the school is conducting an investigation. they certainly are gaseous. sunday night, stanford students appears received a report about that news outside brenner hall. officials say they sent out an email to the entire university community. the school also released a statement saying, quote we cannot state strongly
enough that a noose is a reprehensible symbol of anti black racism and violence. that will not be tolerated on campus . people we talked with, say there are black students living in brenner hall, and then it's racially diverse. other students say it's unsettling to have something like this. happened on campus. honestly i was kind of shocked when i first saw the email, certainly disturbing information to hear doesn't necessarily make you feel comfortable on campus, stanford says. it has mental health services and other support available to students, staff and educators who feel it could help them. one of the students told us she has never felt like there was racial tension on campus, but it's a reality in current society. there's just so much division in our society these days, and it permeates everything from the legal field to pretty much you know any sort of any sort of academic or professional field. stanford's department of public safety took down that noose. they're preserving it as evidence as it
continues its investigation into who placed it there back to you. okay andre. thank you time now. 7 15 people. indonesia is still under temporary water restrictions until a broken water line is fixed. very important pipeline broke over the weekend at the beneath a water treatment plant, and officials say the pipe is just plain old, too. right now, activities like washing cars, watering lawns, landscaping or filling swimming pools and not allowed residents and business owners are asked to cut back water used by 30% and this could last for several days. it's very difficult pipe to fix its very old over 50 years, maybe 60 years old and we're working on fixing that right now by trying to bypass it and putting in a temporary fix. officials say there's no danger in drinking the water. the huge valero oil refinery is exempt from the water restrictions because it's using untreated water for its
operations train is delaying several planned fare hikes in hopes of getting more people to ride caltrain. the board of directors voted to delay a pair of 5% increases that were set to go into effect in 2023. in 2025 . those will now be pushed back a year whether increases for this summer and the summer of 2024 will also be pushed back by a year. 7 17 new this morning. legendary nfl quarterback tom brady has already made plans once he really a tough retires from the nfl, fox is announced. the cemetery. oh native has signed a multi year contract to work as its lead football analysts. once he retires. tom brady will be the likely replacement for the announcers joe buck and troy aikman, who left fox sports to go to monday night football broadcasting at the espn tom brady's 44 years old. he recently decided he's going to play at least one more season. for the tampa bay buccaneers. exciting news, 7 17
. let's get you out the door work in school. a couple pretty big issues here, sal that you're focusing on in the traffic. oh you know, we'll have to take a quick pause. if steve paulson is ready to go, we might be able to swing over to weather alright that so this is what we call a stretch. because at this point we're waiting to see if we can either pull up steve paulson for you or sal castaneda. steve you're the winner. ready? whether everyone else's or not. you're the winner. thank you. thank you. is this is this camera on? alright it's cold out there this morning. how cold? is it? its so called dave. right there you go. i saw robin and a blue jay cuddles under my birdbath. alright that's cool. 30 to take a graphic, please. thank you to the 32. and that's steve's and the words of my father. man. you're on an awful lot. santa rosa 33 napa 34 windsor, 34, walnut creek, 36, danville, 38 athletes and 39 patrol. also at 39. is it called anywhere else? you're darn tune
it is sonoma mountain 33. diablo is 30 in ben lomond mountain 36 about as cold as it gets here, they'll probably be some record lows. not only are the temperatures aloft and at the surface called, so are the water temps. bodega bay sea surface temperature and san francisco bowie are 49 degrees, truckee briefly dropped to 12 there now, 16 12 is called anytime, but it's really cold and may 10th south lake tahoe 23 you kaya 37 . there were a few upper twenties low thirties in mendocino county and lake county , even 41 down the santa maria, which made it to 39. you can see the system now. yesterday it was taking aim a little bit more down towards the santa clara valley but really was over santa rosa. that's where the core of the jet was. which is why they had some hail reports today. it's more focused towards about cemetery coast, santa cruz and then areas to the inland locations will begin to pop up here as we get the afternoon heating so there will be a few scattered showers in the morning
favoring the west. the afternoon, though, could get some more. i would think hail reports there will be more snow in the mountains today tonight and probably early wednesday before that system finally goes far enough east so many thirties there. it's impossible to talk about that. but there's take your pick there's thirties for many starting to bounce off the morning lows. there were a lot more earlier. now we're starting to see more low forties. but the low will be right over your house. mind today, which is going to give us not only some possibility of scattered showers . maybe thundershowers i would think out in the valley. there might be some severe weather. towards sacramento san joaquin valley fifties sixties on your temps, and after today we'll start a slow climb up more so as we head towards the end of the week, you guys okay, see, thank you time now it's having 20 elon musk thinks of russian government may be trying to kill him coming up how he's exposing the possible threat that supports his theory. and we're learning more about a disturbing crime in southern california. next what neighbors say a mother accused of killing her children was saying and doing as
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23 , saying in alabama corrections officer who helped a prison inmate to escape killed herself as the authorities closed in on them. corrections officer vicki white was pronounced dead at the hospital hours after she and murder suspect casey white were seen at an indiana motel. they've been on the run for a week and a half. u s marshals
chased them in the pursuit ended when the marshals collided with their car, and vicky white killed herself. investigators say they never fired a shot. he is never going to see the light of day again. and you know that's a good thing for not just our community, but that's a good thing for this country. casey why it is a convicted felon facing murder charges. he is now being treated for injuries suffered from that crash with the authorities. authorities say vicky and katie white, we're not related, but they had a special relationship. casey white is expected to be extradited back to alabama. a 38 year old woman is in jail this morning facing murder charges for the deaths of her three young children. officers say they found the bodies of the children inside a home in the woodland hills area of los angeles on sunday. they immediately arrested the child's mother, angela flores, they were say she appeared confused and was speaking incoherently as she was being taken into custody.
they brought her out on the stretcher and she was laying down. it would just pop up out of nowhere and yell. where's my bible? police say the three victims are the woman's eight year old twin boys and 12 year old daughter. a teenage boy believed to be the woman's son has also been arrested. our time is 7 25 police in santa rosa believe a homicide last week was a murder suicide. police were called to a home on aston avenue thursday afternoon, detectives say 23 year old anthony maria romero shot his girlfriend, 17 year old leslie fierro noriega before turning the gun on himself. investigators are still pulling together more information. this is the fifth homicide investigation and sonoma county since the beginning of the year in santa rosa couples facing child abuse charges in connection to the death of their 15 month old daughter. police were called to a home on sonoma avenue yesterday morning at 10 30 on reports a toddler was unresponsive. paramedics arrived
and took the toddler to the hospital. that's where she later died. police say they found what's believed to be fentanyl. inside the home. police arrested the toddler's parents, 26, year old evan frosting and 23 year old madison, bernard. well federal law enforcement and health agencies are warning about a strain of synthetic drugs. now the authorities nicknamed them frankenstein opioids and say they're more powerful and more dangerous than federal authorities. a form of these drugs have been found of off and on again for 70 years, with their showing up again. it's all comes after one of the deadliest years on record for drug overdoses in this country, coming up concerns over another possible covid surge next, the new warning from federal health officials as cases are on t
ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on to welcome morning to you. and we thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark gasia mikaelian it's tuesday, may 10th and this weather continues to feel strange middle of may almost steve and we're feeling things we don't usually feel this time of year. by far. this is quite the outlier if you will, after just, you know nothing. january, february march april was active amazement, acting more wind and cold than really any rain. but today might be that day, but it's cold out there. matt hanlon says. good morning, steve 36 in la honda. it's so cold. i saw a greyhound bus and the dog was on the inside. mad don't quit your day job you do stand up. i'll be in the front row. watch how things right here, right by fremont. see there you go. things are already beginning to pop here is going to be a really active day so widely scattered showers. possible thunder showers and some hail very cool for us with upper fifties and low sixties alright over to salad 7 30. i
try and listen, but i've been out of the loop for a half hour. where do you want to start? well, let's start with the bay bridge because i think people always want to know about that steve, and they want to know if it's normal ish. and i think this morning you could use an extra five minutes, but i don't think it's really terrible. we had an earlier crash on the span. and that traffic is a little slower than usual. but again nothing too far out of the ordinary richmond bridge. traffic is okay and we do have some slowing on 80 nearby when we come back and just a few minutes i'll talk a little bit more about some of the major problems getting to the bay area from solano county and also contra costa county, 7 31. let's go back to the headlines south. thank you happening today, president biden will lay out his plan to tackle inflation and the rising cost of food, energy and housing. ktvu sally rasmus live now to explain what the president wants to do about inflation and why there's such a sense of urgency to act. garcia. that sense of urgency is because of this november's midterm elections of recent cnn poll found that eight out of 10.
americans are worried about inflation and think the president isn't doing enough to slow it down earlier this year in march, the inflation rate was 8.5% that means goods and services were more than 8% more expensive now compared to just one year ago, congressman ro khanna met with owners of several small businesses in the south bay, who said inflation is affecting their customers and their livelihoods. there has to be some kind of a control. um everything just going. rapid milk is up. 50% the price of eggs up 50% last couple of years. and this is not sustainable when i push for when i go back to washington is that the president needs to call for the government intervening, buying food across the world at a low price and selling it in american markets at a low price. and we don't know if president biden will be doing that specifically. but we are going to be hearing from him outlined some other steps to tackle inflation, including releasing one million barrels of oil per
day from the strategic petroleum reserve for the next six months. that's in an effort to reduce hopefully the cost of oil and gas. allowing medicare to negotiate drug prices and capping the cost of certain medications like insulin. he also says that we should be providing additional relief to small businesses and agricultural workers to the tune of about $1 billion who work businesses that were affected by covid 19. now that's something congress would have to approve as well, which is undecided, whether that will really happen, but the president is expected to outline his plan from the white house. 8 30 our time this morning, so less than an hour from now you can watch that in full on the ktvu news app. and tomorrow the consumer price index will release new inflation numbers for the month of april and the inflation rate is expected to go up again over the past month, though not as much as it did back in march. gaussian dave will send it back to you. okay ali. thank you. time 7 33. well today, two u. s senators will hold a news conference. they're calling for the us to label russia, a state
sponsor of terrorism. republican senator lindsey graham and democratic senator richard blumenthal said the war crimes that russian forces committed in ukraine against civilians was terrorism. they want to get a resolution that says russia is a state sponsor of terrorism into the next financial aid package for ukraine. and russian forces are firing missiles into the southern city about desa. the ukrainian military says russia fired seven missiles at odessa hitting a shopping center and a warehouse. ukrainian officials say they found the bodies of 44 civilians in the rubble of a building in the northeast building that was destroyed by russian shelling. weeks ago, president biden signed a new law in the united states in the united states that's designed to help the people of ukraine. every day. ukrainians pay with their lives and they fight along against the atrocities that the russians are engaging in just beyond the pale. and the cost of
the fight is not cheap. but cave into aggression is even more costly. that's why we're staying in this. president biden spoke about the conflict in ukraine before signing what's called the ukraine democracy. defense lend lease act of 2022. the new law allows the u. s government to streamline the process of lending or leasing military equipment to that country. time now. 7 35 in oakland public safety committee will meet they will consider a budget idea to give the police more money to crack down on robberies. the meeting today follows more than two dozen robberies in oakland over the past weekend, investigators say in most of the cases, robbers were armed oakland business owners want more enforcement and accountability from the city. if they're not going to be accountable as far as the tearing the crime getting people to stop doing it. they can at least pay when people do do it because they're putting businesses out of business. oakland police say they did make
it least three arrests tied to the weekend robberies. but a lot of the crimes go unsolved. oakland police would plan to increase patrols in some of the hardest hit neighborhoods. federal health officials are warning covid cases are surging again. they say we could see as many as 100 million covid infections during the fall and winter. that would more than double the country's total case count. doctors say the surge is possible given reduced immunity from vaccines. there's also concern and increase could exhaust the nation's supply of covid test and antiviral medications. some of the newer variants of the new europe, emigrants. sub variants, um, might lead to a bigger surge. another problem. some covid patients are relapsing after taking fighters, antiviral pill packs, livid doctor say a small number of patients are seeing their symptoms return several days after that treatment. 20 schools in marin are dealing with covid outbreaks right now, the county health officer told
the marine independent journal. students are mostly getting infected outside of school. just last week, the county health department recommended schools at proof of vaccination, negative tests and masks for large, school sponsored events such as prom and graduation. the county health director says that mass requirements are not coming back even as cases are rising time now, 7 37 the covid vaccination rates for vita employees shut up after the vita threatened to fire workers who were not vaccinated, according to the mercury news of vita now has a 90% employee vaccination rate. up from just 78% about a month ago. to be ta threatens to fire any driver or employee that is not vaccinated. but reportedly, there are almost 100 workers who haven't reported their vaccine status or received an exemption. that's about 4% of the v tas workforce happening today, west coast ports, workers and shipping companies will continue negotiations. the
contract between the international longshore and warehouse union and the pacific maritime association is set to expire july 1st. support workers union is upset over a study last week from the shipping companies that promotes more automation at ports. 35 ships are currently waiting to unload their cargo at those ports. that's far below the record high of more than 100 in january. well new this morning to state lawmakers now are calling for the president of sonoma state university to step down. it comes the same day that faculty members voted no confidence in judy sakaki over allegations and she retaliated against an employee who reported sexual harassment against shakaki's estranged husband. about a third of the faculty took part of that no confidence vote that passed democratic state senators bill dodd, who represents the district that includes the school and mike mcguire, as sonoma state alumni . both are calling for the president to leave her job. there is more snow in the sierra
, and that's expected to continue on and off through tomorrow evening. caltrans is once again reminding drivers heading to lake tahoe arena. they should bring chains with them and be ready to put them on. the chp has been enforcing change requirements as the weather changes ever since saturday. officers say that will continue until the snow lets up, which is expected to be late tomorrow night. okay time is 7 39. it leads us right to sound. castaneda with the latest on the bay area's commutes, huh? can throw in that 80 between nyack and lake donner lake interchange changes required there. and 50 between twin bridges and myers getting closer to the bay area if you're expecting someone from davis or sacramento, 80 westbound, all lanes blocked now with a deadly crash on 80. coming in. from davis into dixon . this is westbound 80 right there, and you can see that traffic is going to be slowed at the pedrick road exit. and if you were expecting someone from
sacramento, there might be late. let's go right back to the bay area here at the bay bridge interchange, the macarthur may slow traffic and 80 is pretty slow getting there all the way from elsa bronte into the berkeley area. do want to mention that at the bay bridge, we will see a backup, which is about typical no problems on the actual span. and if you're driving on the richmond, saying rafael bridge approach, there is some slow traffic also slowing on highway four this morning through pittsburgh and bay point in the conquered 7 40. let's bring steve back with today's weather. thank you. we've already topped our bottomed out on our low still cold. lots of thirties, many thirties, probably some records here for a few. might be one in santa rosa. ray marshall emailed me this ray knows as weather proof that it was cold in east santa rosa. this morning 32 degrees. thanks to a martial with ice on the birdbath. ray, we believe you. i believe he was. yeah that's proof. yes sir. also dances frost in the ground, 4500. steve
250 ft elevation in sebastopol haven't been outside to check but 35. i did see an unconfirmed report of 30 and sebastopol. so there and then qatari was 30 to look at this beginning to pop up. around milpitas fremont. you can see the livermore so maybe heading towards mount hambleton . that's going to be the theme today we're going to see some pretty good activity as the low is right over us. yesterday was centered more towards santa rosa. why they had hail reports are also down towards the southern santa clara valley. today anybody is in the mix because this is a really cold core system over it's not a lot of moisture with it, but there's going to be some shower activity, maybe some thundershowers and more reports of hail. this would be more for areas inland as we head towards the late morning. early afternoon, more snow in the mountains another 1 to 4 inches of snow, probably winding down by tomorrow morning as the low kicks out. not only was it cold on the lows this morning, mount diablo is 30 degrees. that is amazingly called west northwest
at 24 miles an hour still some thirties, holding on a couple of low thirties or a few upper twenties up in the mendocino county and has a low settles over us. look for the activity to pop up this afternoon, which leads to widely scattered showers. i would think some severe weather might pop out out in the sacramento san joaquin valley. but there will be more reports of hail today than we had yesterday fifties on most of the attempts are very low sixties slow process to warm up, but eventually we'll get there, especially by friday and saturday. steve thank you coming up another warning about a possible recession resigned, experts say, are pointing to a big problem on the near horizon right now, let's check in with andres seniors. he was coming up in the eight o'clock hour of mornings onto good morning, andre. good morning to you, dave. the study revealing what's missing in low income communities and in many cases increase childhood obesity rates. the one thing researchers say, could be done that would make generational impact on millions of families plus research shows there is a wide equity gap for businesses across the country, including right here in the bay area, coming up
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unincorporated parts of the county. temporary moratorium on new applications. it comes in response to a recent surge of renter applications before the new regulations are due to take effect in august. the proposed new rules include limits on the number of short term rentals allowed in some neighborhoods. and also a band all new rentals in others, san francisco's commercial real estate markets still being hurt by the pandemic right now, 24% of office space in downtown san francisco is empty. the highest vacancy rate has been even including the 2008 recession, and things may get worse before they get better. lot of companies are still moving ahead with plans to downsize. i'm hoping that businesses come back, and i'm hoping that you know, i think the real estate in san francisco so high and hopefully it goes a little bit lower. even so, it's so much vacancy right now. not to be area councils as the cost
of renting commercial space has dropped about 20% similar to markets around the country. one study says 100,000 workers need to come back to san francisco to fill the vacant office space time is 7 47. a new poll is out, says most californians say they think tuition at uc and state schools becoming more and more out of reach. the pole was commissioned in part by the times. it finds 60% of californians say they think you see schools are largely or completely unaffordable. 55% said the same thing about csu schools. the people of california also evenly divided on whether a four year degree is valuable now in response to u. c system says it believes that uc degree is still the most valuable investment option available to the people of california. it is 7 47. economists are warning about the critical balance of taming inflation while preventing a
recession and after three days of big losses, stocks are actually recovering this morning. pam cook is here now, with a look at today's dollars and cents of stocks to watch. we've certainly seen the volatility this week to stocks in particular better than expected earnings reports this morning amc and norwegian cruise line both beating analyst estimates as people get back to entertainment and travel when that opening bell rang this morning. initially all three market indexes headed much higher than nasdaq of more than 2. but as we take a live look, they are coming back from those levels at this point still green still up, but just barely, as you can see, the dow jones gaining, just 35 points the s and p 500 still just hanging on to that 4000 level, it's at 4003 up a third of a percent. the nasdaq again started the day up more than 2% now it's up about a half of a percent. we will continue to watch those numbers . now the price of cryptocurrency continues to plummet this week, bitcoin has
lost 10% of its value since sunday. it's down about 50% since november. other cryptocurrencies have also dropped heavily in value, analysts say. part of the reason for the decline is similar to what has been affecting the tech stocks, people moving assets to safer investments due to market turmoil and higher interest rates. one of the world's largest financial services companies does warn the risk of global recession is rising. morgan stanley economists made that forecast as inflation hit the highest level in 40 years, and the fed takes steps to rein and consumer prices and demand. some economists have said their biggest concern is the fed moving too quickly and sending the economy into a recession. speak of america, deutsche bank and fannie may have already predicted a recession within the next two years. it's not just increasing prices for products. we are also paying more to pay for those products. the national retail federation reports business owners paid nearly $138 million in credit and debit card
swipe fees in 2021. many of those businesses past that cost along to shoppers by increasing prices. the retail federation says the average family paid an extra $900 in swipe fees last year and that is expected to increase at least another $75 this year. teenagers are helping business owners struggling with the diminishing number of available workers, according to the wall street journal. more young people are working now than at any time since the start of the 2000 and eight recession . employment experts say teenagers are specially important to the retail, tourism and hospitality industries. those areas have suffered the most since the start of the pandemic and not as many adults have come back to those jobs. pam cook, that's a look at your dollars and cents. thank you times. 7 50, an iconic piece of art made by andy warhol. so did auction for $195 million. it is now the most expensive piece of american art ever sold. that's a
40 inch square painting of marilyn monroe. you've seen this before. it was made two years after maryland died. it was sold yesterday in new york to los angeles art dealer the buyer. anonymous 20% of the proceeds, though, will go to a charity that the buyer will help select alright, time is 7 51 styles back with the latest on what's happening on the roads and see if everybody is behaving for south. so alright, dave. thank you right now, as we look at the east big commute. that's where most of that slow traffic is, and that does include the richmond san rafael bridge, driving out toward the mcarthur maze, and we're also looking at the commute into oakland. on interstate 80 both on 8 85 80. it's getting a little bit slower . and at the bay bridge, we do see traffic that is backed up for about 10 to 15 minute delay could be a lot worse to chp did a good job and getting clear crash that was actually on the bridge. let's talk about the south bay commute. we had an
earlier crash. dortmund two idiot race street. i can put up the map here of the typical slow traffic we see going from east to west in the valley at this time. one thing that i do want to warn you about is we have a lot of slow traffic on 8 80. heading out past sustain jose airport. if you're trying to catch a flight, 101 is also slow . don't let that keep you from making that flight on time. it's san jose international 7 52. let's bring steve back in with today's well, thank you a cold one to start here. lots of thirties, we had mostly sunny skies already some development taking place so especially inland that will be more the focus today. this around fremont, milpitas over towards mount hambleton. look for numerous showers to pop up today. more inland. there's been a few over by the coast, mainly san mateo coast, down to santa cruz as the whole system just parks itself right over us for about a day. it's going. i mean, it's packing tremendous cold air and this time of year, it won't take long to start getting buildups again. you could get you know was sun cloud showers. sun clouds again. reports of
hail. we had some in santa rosa yesterday. i would expect more. today the sierra will continue to get a little more snow today tonight into early wednesday before the system just checks off towards the east. but 1 to 4 probably cover it. and mount diablo. most of the higher elevations also extremely cold from 1/10 30 degrees west northwest at 24 mph. that'll that'll get your attention. still a couple of thirties holding on but a lot more forties. the knights don't last very long anymore, so, but they get down to 32 a couple of occasions. it's really impressive. again the lowest right over us today, so the rain and snow forecast does favor airs more towards the valley today than anywhere else but higher elevations as well, at least for one more day. tomorrow, we'll start to be on the drier side. fifties sixties on your tabs and seasonally call for us that will continue tomorrow. then we'll start a slow rebound thursday more so friday, saturday day, okay, see , thank you. time to 7 53 coming up at eight o'clock. the bay area investigation continues into two weekend crashes involving police in the east bay
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landslide. 200 ft. long 300 ft wide. it may take two weeks to clear it all up. meantime in new mexico, strong gusty winds making firefighters work harder to battle a huge wildfire and smaller fires are merging together about 300 square miles have burned new evacuations were ordered on the north end of the wildfire as wind gusts reached 60 miles an hour. this is a long term event. it's getting into the country that is he continues to be extremely inaccessible, unsafe for us to put folks in steep, rugged terrain. so in the end, you see that's in the wilderness that's moving further north. into some some of that type of country so it will continue to grow to the north. authorities say at least 172 homes have been destroyed. thousands of people have evacuated it all started as a controlled burn, but because of the strong winds, it got out of control. we're in nevada. more human remains have been found in
lake mead. you may remember. last week a body was found in a barrel there as a water levels. keep dropping. well the national park service received a call about new human remains. on saturday. the medical examiner's still trying to find the cause of death. the body that was found last week was a shooting victim from the 19 seventies or the 19 eighties. those remains still have not been identified. it is 7 58 elon musk is making sure his twitter followers know his life may be in danger. the founder of tesla and spacex tweeted on sunday quote if i die under mysterious circumstances, it's been nice knowing you. now that tweet is a response to a message from the chief of russia's space agency, which elon musk also posted on twitter , the statement says moscow be held accountable for connecting ukrainians to the internet through his starlink satellite company. we talked to tmz's
harvey levin about the apparent threat. now he didn't say we're going to kill you. but the russians have a long rich history of assassinating people . they don't like the russian government. and so in many ways, ellen is smart, because what he did was he smoked them out and said, hey, everybody, this is what happened. so if something happens to me, look there. now the mother of elon musk responded to the tweet, saying that's not funny. and ellen must answered. sorry i'll do my best to stay alive. time is 7 59 well, today, one of the greatest hockey players and san jose sharks history is expected to announce he's hanging up his skates. i'm talking about 42 year old patrick marleau, who scheduled at 11 a.m. news conference talking about his future. there's no official confirmation, but the speculation is he is he will retire. marlowe is the nhl's
leader in all time games played at 1779. a seven year old is recovering after another freeway shooting in the east bay. what we know about the gunfire on interstate 80 in the middle of the day and cracking down on water wasters. the proposal in the south bay targeting homeowners who aren't meeting the district's new limits, plus three jones for jackson jackson . it's blocked by green for the warriors and look at how the team pulled away from the grizzlies and what it will take to win the series. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two welcome to mornings onto i'm andre senior still waking up. there we go. there we go. i'm gasia mikaelian so happy to have you up here with pleasure of seeing this back view along the oakland estuary, sunshine. but, man, it's cold out there. it is outside with those jackets. steve paulson. no doubt about it. you two this will be
the coldest day of the week and maybe the coldest day for a while here. i mean, we're at may 10th so you know, the warmer weather is not far away, but already beginning to pop much sooner than yesterday. that's for sure, especially around fremont, milpitas over to mount hambleton, so i would look for a very active day today with showers. thundershowers maybe more reports of hail, maybe some severe weather out to the valley. very cool, though with upper fifties and low sixties 801 south here, bay bridge toll plaza somewhere else where you wanna go? well we will look at the toll plaza. but i will show you the south day first, because as you know, this is crunch time for that silicon valley commute 85, 87 101 and 2 80 are all pretty slow, which is typical of had a couple of crashes. but this is crunch time. i do want to mention that it's especially slow trying to get to the san jose airport on 8 81. oh, one. i just want to let you know. so you don't miss that flight. this is 2 80. it seems to be improving on the way up. west san mateo bridge is moderate. and of course we show you the bay bridge that is also moderate for this time of the morning. it's 801. let's get back to the
headlines. thank you, sal happening today, members of the senate clara valley water district to discuss cracking down on people who waste water. during this third year of the drought. those who use too much water could face hundreds of dollars in fines. ktb is james storage joins us live from water district headquarters with more on the plan and why leaders say it is needed. james andre. good morning to you. if it went this far, this would be the furthest action that the santa clare water valley, a valley water district, rather the farthest set that they've ever had to take for water conservation in its history, and that conversation is happening this afternoon. you can blame it all on the california drought. they say that they had rules of conservation since last year, but those rules haven't been really followed by community members. here's what happened last summer officials and asked residents of santa clara county to cut their water usage by about 15% they also asked city governments to limit household watering only two days a week. most cities allowed three days while others don't enforce any
restriction instead of water usage going down the water district reports usage went up an additional 30% when you compare march 2019 to march of this year. board members say sources for water are starting to run dry and it's not becoming more expensive to buy additional water from federal suppliers as a result of all of that, valley water ceo said in a passport meeting. the district is now preparing to pass a two year budget for the first time in 20 years. the drought that we're in the middle of this truly unprecedented and the need to purchase emergency water supplies for silicon valley is absolutely critical for our region. this afternoon, the board will fine tune a plan for what they call water cops enforcement officers who will have the job of finding people who aren't conserving water, then hand out fines possibly up to $500. that meeting set to start at one this afternoon. that's just iron out the plan to actually ratify and approved the plan. that won't happen for
another two weeks at a future meeting, but those enforcement officers may soon be in your neighborhood. should this meeting should that plan go forward that can start as soon as this summer. we're live this morning. san jose i'm james torres ktvu fox two news finds to restrict water usage chart. thank you so much. james. also today, a virtual media briefing by state water officials about california's drought situation and why conserving water is so important. experts with the department of water resources and the state water resources board will tell us the latest on the drought after january through march, was the driest period on record. we're following a developing story in vallejo, where police are investigating a shooting involving at least three victims. the gunfire was first reported shortly before 8 30 last night on avian drive. investigators say each victim was shot at least once, no word on their conditions, and it's not clear if anyone has been arrested in this case. a seven year old boy is recovering after being shot on interstate 80 in vacaville. it happened late yesterday afternoon on eastbound
80, west of alamo drive. the chp says the child was in the backseat of a honda accord when bullets hit the car several times. the boy is expected to recover. so far. no arrests and officers have not released a motive for the shooting. but say if you have information, please call the chp. leaders in the fight to protect the rights to abortion gathered last night in san francisco to discuss what california should do if and when the supreme court overturns roe v. wade the speakers included jessica pickney, executive director of access reproductive justice. who said volunteers in her organization are ready to start housing women who are seeking abortions, something that was put on hold during the pandemic. our volunteers can also volunteered to drive people to and from appointments and we will work to coordinate that care on our end, so we match volunteers in the area wherever you're coming from or wherever you're going to. access reproductive justice and its network of volunteers also help women seeking an abortion pay
for hotels, childcare and food happening today in just about half an hour here, president biden will lay out his administration's plans to fight inflation. gas prices have gone up again in recent days. economists expect new numbers out tomorrow we'll show the rate of inflation is slowing compared to past reports, but still, the cost of just about everything is higher now than last year following months of record inflation. it's no longer the shutdowns in china. it's not russia, ukraine, its inflation and these rising prices, and they're seeing it spill over into the retirement accounts. the president is set to speak at 8 30 this morning love live coverage of his remarks here on mornings on two. you can watch his address live in its entirety over on the ktvu new zapped full day of first of all day on the job for san francisco's newest supervisor. he represents. what hope is. hope for a new future hope for transformation. but more importantly, in knowing matt for so many years. what i
appreciate is his willingness to build bridges to work together to make the hard decisions. and to focus on the work that's important to san franciscans. dorsey was appointed by mayor london breed to fill the vacancy on the board after matt haney was elected to the state assembly. dorsey has been working as director of strategic communications at the police department since 2020. and he says he has personally battled drug addiction. i want every san franciscan who struggles with addiction or alcoholism to have the same access to care. i had and to know that they have the support of a city that won't give up on them either. dorsey says getting more people into treatment will help address an array of other problems in the city, including street crime, retail theft and homelessness. well, ballots are on the way for the june 7th primary election. yesterday was the last day for counties to send out ballots to voters. in person. voting is already underway. in some counties. all barea counties will also open drop off
locations for vote by mail ballots, the deadline to register to vote for the june 7th election is may 23rd to wait here. it was an unusual night in a couple of ways for the golden state warriors just hours before tip off of game four in the western conference semifinals. the warriors announced head coach steve kerr tested positive for covid that kept him out of chase center and put him in the league's health and safety protocols. associate head coach mike brown will be the new head coach for the sacramento kings after the warrior season ends took over the coaching duties for what many call the warriors ugliest first halves in recent memory. curry fire thompson one dribble and j. thompson double team kick quarter. the warriors only had 38 points in the entire first half became on strong in the final quarter. stephan curry led the rally made eight free throws in the final minutes. warriors had 39 points in the fourth quarter. they won one await to 98. talk about
historically bad shooting, and a lot of history is made. he was named head coach twice 24 hours . we got traded to the king's overnight. i don't know how to explain how this obviously happy for him. mike brown is expected to fill in again today, actually tomorrow night for steve kerr in memphis. golden state wins the warriors are headed for the western conference finals to play either phoenix or dallas. if the warriors lose, they'll come back to chase center on friday night for game six. fans watching that game outside chase center say they are excited and confident the warriors will take it to the next round. ready to do it. the western conference finals five baby. fan said they'll be back to support their team to watch party tomorrow night outside chasing i haven't been, but i hear and can see. it's quite a party. it's great out there and i really want to go myself and check it out. if i can get in and get a ticket, hopefully sell can hook me up
and he's always watching the game very closely. you know what? andre it's pretty expensive to get a ticket and you know you consider at home in the comfort of the andre cassell and repair. yeah the drinks are a lot cheaper. good morning, everyone. you know what we do have some business to get rid of to get to, and that's the bay bridge and some of his other commutes. it is backed up for about a 10 minute delay. it's actually i'm surprised. it's not worse. we had earlier crash on the bridge. they cleared it up. and things are actually kind of normal. they're speaking of normal we do have some normal slow traffic at the richmond bridge and some normal slowing on some of these east bay commutes. nothing out of the ordinary. we do have in san leandro, foothill and miramar right near 5 80. there's a pretty big crash there right next to the freeway. watch out for that, as we look at the east bay commute, you can see that traffic is looking good. speaking of 5 80. the freeway itself is slow coming out of some leandro to oakland and 5 80 is slow in livermore as well. getting out to dublin and 8 80 is slowed from hayward into
fremont. it's 8 10. let's go back to the desk. thank you coming up. oakland police investigating dozens of robberies that happened over the weekend. what the crimes have in common and what police are doing to try to stop them and up next, an investigation underway and the stanford university campus what we're finding out about a noose that was found hanging
stae university says it was found on a tree branch sunday night outside brenner hall and undergraduate dorm for juniors and seniors. the discovery is causing concern and alarm among many stanford students. certainly disturbing information to hear doesn't necessarily make you feel comfortable on campus, the potentially charged like hatred behind that is just unsettling. stanford sent an email to students, saying the university has launched an investigation. this is the third time in three years in news has been found on the stanford campus. people in venetia are still under temporary water restrictions until a broken water pipeline is fixed. an important pipeline broke in the venetian water treatment plant over the weekend, and officials say the pipe is an old one. so
right now, activities like washing cars, watering lawns, landscaping or even filling swimming pools. well those are not allowed. residents and businesses are asked to cut back water usage by 30% and that requirement could last for several days. it's very difficult pipe to fix its very old over 50 years, maybe 60 years old and we're working on fixing that right now by trying to bypass it and putting in a temporary fix. officials say there is no danger in drinking water, the massive valero refinery is exempt from the water restrictions because it uses untreated water. in its process. caltrain is delaying several planned fare hikes in hopes of getting more people to ride caltrain. the board of directors voted to delay a pair of 5% increases that were set to go into effect in 2023 25. those will now be pushed back a year to other increases for the summer and the summer of 2024 will be pushed back a year as well. our new this morning. legendary nfl quarterback tom brady has already made plans.
once his days on the playing field finally over, fox has announced. the san mateo native has signed a multi year deal to work at its lead as its lead football analyst once he retires. brady would be the likely replacement for announcers joe buck and troy aikman left fox sports to step into the monday night football broadcasting booth at espn. the 44 year old brady recently decided he will play at least one more season for the tampa bay bucks. and what's embarrassing. your garcia is tom and i are the same age. are you kidding? and he's done this much used to play. it's embarrassing . you've heard that advice and don't compare yourself to anyone else, right? i would say, especially tom brady brady. i know something else. let's see what sal castaneda has to tell us when it comes to helping us. get to work in school this morning sell, you know, i hope that they will ask tom brady about his diet. gosha you know, i've been fascinated with that man's diet. never had a strawberry i don't know if it's the sugar in it or something. tomatoes either. so all right. good morning. he doesn't need night shades. anyway i go on.
let's pivot the traffic here before we get too carried away sat beyond 8 80 before i get too carried away. those two were doing fine. it was me. hayward union city, fremont. slow traffic as you drive south, you will see it and this is pretty much the last minute crush of the morning commute. a lot of people are on the road. let's take a look at 8 80 heading north. you can see that traffic is also a little bit slow and at the bay bridge toll plans that we still have a little bit of a delay as you drive into san francisco, however. i do see the familiar sign of things beginning to get a little better on all these communities. if you have a little bit of time to wait and you can get on the road after nine. i think you'll see a lot of improvement by then. it's 8 17. let's bring steve back in with today's weather. thank you. well the first of what will probably be a few at least are beginning to trickle in, and that's record lows. have to go north, though. for this first one here. national weather service in eureka record low for eureka. hey, i found it. temperature dipped to 36 right before sunrise. the old record from 1/10 38 back in 18 96. how
about that, and what's interesting is san jose's record low for today is 32 also said in 18 96 truck. he made it to 12 this morning briefly for about 20 minutes there now. 21 lake tahoe to bits uk was down to 33 . there were a few twenties in the mendocino county and low low thirties for many. the nights are just aren't very long anymore, but he made it to 32 santa rosa 33 napa airport, windsor, 34. walnut creek, 36, danville, 38. atherton and panola at one time both dropped to 39. it's not taking long to fire up here just south of livermore around fremont, newark union city, milpitas over to mount hamilton's also some lines forming on the peninsula along skyline there over towards the santa cruz mountains, so it'll pop up pretty fast today as the upper low is going to carve itself out and just hang out in the bay area. there's not a lot of moisture with this system. but boy, there's a lot of cold air and the days are long so we'll get some. i think inland
areas more so than the coast, but there could be easily be some scattered showers. thundershowers a lot more reports of hail, i think today maybe some severe out of the valley as well. more snow for the mountains. another 1 to 4. today is the main day. this will start to wind down by wednesday as the system kicks out forties and fifties on attempts. we will be on seasonably cold today, this local impact on whether for probably another 48 hours today is the most active and also the coldest so fifties are very low sixties on the temps. tomorrow morning will be cold. then the system moves out. we'll start to see improving conditions you guys into the weekend to saturday. thank you. steve elon musk says he thinks the russian government maybe out to kill him. coming up what he pointed to that he says, supports his theory about that threat, and we're learning more about a disturbing crime in southern california. next what neighbors say a mother accused of killing her children was saying and doing as authorities took her away. if you're a small business, there are lots of choices when it comes to your internet and technology needs. but when you choose comcast business internet,
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of day again. and you know that's a good thing for not just our community, but that's a good thing for this country. pc wide , is a convicted felon facing murder charges. he is now being treated for injuries suffered from that crash. authorities say vicky and casey were not related but shared a special relationship. casey wide, is expected to be extradited back to alabama 38 year old woman is in jail facing murder charges in the deaths of her three children, officers say they found the bodies of the children inside a home in the woodland hills area of los angeles on sunday. they immediately arrested the children's mother, angela flores. neighbors say she appeared confused and was speaking incoherently as she was being taken into custody. brought her out on the stretcher and she was laying down. it would just pop up out of nowhere and yell. where's my bible? police say the three victims or the women's eight are the woman's eight year old twin boys and 12 year old daughter. a teenage boy believed to be the woman's son has also been arrested in this case in santa rosa say they believe a homicide
last week was a murder suicide officers were called to a home on esten avenue at about 4 30 on thursday afternoon, and detectives say 23 year old anthony romero shot his girlfriend, 17 year old leslie. figure out your ego before turning the gun on himself. investigators say they are still piecing together more information. by the way is the fifth homicide investigation in sonoma county since the first of the year, also in santa rosa couples facing child abuse charges in connection to the death of their 15 month old daughter. police were called to a home on sonoma avenue yesterday morning around 10 30 on sports of a toddler who was unresponsive. paramedics arrived and took the toddler to the hospital. that's where she later died. police say they found what's believed to be fentanyl. inside the home. police arrested the toddler's parents, 26 year old evan frost, iq and 23 year old madison, bernard. federal law enforcement and health agencies are now warning about a strain of synthetic drugs. now they are nicknamed the frankenstein opioids and say they are far more powerful and
dangerous than they already deadly drug fentanyl. authorities say a form of these drugs have been found on and off again for round 70 years, but they're starting to show up more. a spike something new, frankly, something kind of worrisome these things that are produced on the black market and they're they're really in a lot of ways chemistry experiments. this all comes after one of the deadliest years on record for drug overdoses in the u. s. federal agencies report. synthetic drugs played a major role in those deaths last year. the investigation continues into two weekend crashes in the east bay, both involving law enforcement officers and suspected drunk drivers. we have surveillance video of one of those crashes at the intersection of 16th and foothill in oakland early sunday morning. investigators say a drunk driver was behind the wheel of a speeding car that raced through a red light and crashed into an alameda county deputies patrol car. we're lucky that our deputy survived this accident a few more feet and he
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the president said to speak on the issue here in just minutes his administration's plan to reverse the trend ahead of the midterm elections also more negotiations at west coast ports , while workers are upset about the results of a study the point to a major change that could result in ships being offloaded faster. from ktvu. fox two news . this is mornings on two. good morning and welcome back. i'm gasia mikaelian the senior. thank you so much for joining us. today is tuesday, may 10th of time it's coming up on 8 30 right now. we hope you're having a great day we turn things over now to steve paulson with a chick. of your forecast as you head out the door. thankfully it's not as cold as it was because it was darren cold there for a while, but we're still in the forties for many, and it's not going to take long. here is the upper low parks itself over us. today and you can see
already development taking place out towards mount hamilton's fremont union city, newark, milpitas and already developing from around the peninsula down towards santa cruz mountains, so there will be more activity today than yesterday. which means showers. scattered showers. possible hail reports and unseasonably cold for us with the upper fifties low sixties. alright 8 30 on a tuesday sales here to tell us the traffic is i don't hear you, my friend. that's what i do. okay good. it's improving. although we are still slow. i'll there you will see the traffic is going to be slow at the bay bridge. you will see that the traffic here at the toll plaza is not all that slow once you make it or once you make it past the metering lights there, so once you get onto the bridge, it looks better. 80 is a little slow, and so is 5 80 getting into downtown oakland. so the late morning rush is on. it's 8 30. let's go back to the headlines. happening now. president biden is set to speak any minute now on a plan to slow down the rising cost of food, energy and housing k two easily rasmus monitoring the situation
in washington. this is where the president is set to speak on the issue of inflation alley. garcia the president is expected to outline his plan from the white house 8 30 our time. so any minute now we'll show you a live picture of the west wing in the white house, so we can bring that to you. actually. there, you see the podium. this is supposed to start at 8 30 things running a little bit late, but the topic the president will try to address once he gets to the podium and start speaking is the issue of inflation as of march, the latest month we have data available. the consumer price index was up 8.5% that means the average cost of goods and services was 8.5% more expensive. than it was just one year ago. that's the steepest climb in the inflation rate in nearly 40 years now, in order to alleviate and address this last week, the federal reserve announced the first of several interest rate hikes to try and slow down inflation. members of congress are hearing from their constituents about this problem as well here in the bay area at a roundtable event in new york yesterday, congressman ro khanna met with the owners of several small businesses who said
inflation is affecting their customers and their livelihoods. by having higher prices and then fasten those costs to the community. um in our community spends less they are having a hard time to come in and purchase. all that require necessities that they have. also we can have a hard time getting that supply as well. back to our live picture. we are waiting for president biden to speak on the issue of inflation in his plan to address it any minute now you can watch the speech in full online on our ktvu app. we will be streaming it in its entirety live. i'll have another update on what the president says in his plan to alleviate the issue in the next hour of mornings onto garcia and andre, send it back to you. thank you today to senators will hold a news conference calling for the us to label russia as a state sponsor of terrorism. republican senator lindsey graham and democratic senator richard blumenthal say
the war crimes russia forces have committed in ukraine against civilians amount of terrorism. they're hoping to get a resolution designated russia, a state sponsor of terrorism. into the next financial aid package for ukraine. russian forces are now targeting the southern city of odessa with missiles. the ukrainian military says russia fired seven missiles from the air at odessa, hitting a shopping center and a warehouse. ukrainian officials say they found the bodies of 44 civilians in the rubble of a building in the northeast that was destroyed by russian shelling. weeks ago, president biden signed a new law in the united states designed to help ukraine. every day. ukrainians pay with their lives and they fight along with the atrocities that the russians are engaging in just beyond the pale. and the cost of the fight is not cheap. but caving to aggression is even more costly. that's why we're staying in this. president biden spoke about the conflict in ukraine before signing what's
called the ukraine democracy. defense lend lease act of 2022. the new law allows the u. s government to streamline the process of lending or leasing military equipment to the country. here in the bay area. what was called a concert of compassion in san francisco was held to support the people of ukraine, the historic congregation sheriff israel on california street hosted this concert. featuring world renowned bay area stars from the world of classical music and opera. proceeds will benefit three different charities that are helping ukrainians happening today in public safety committee for the city of oakland will consider a budget proposal to provide more police funding to crack down on robberies. today's meeting follows more than two dozen robberies across the city during the past weekend. investigators say most of these cases the thieves are armed. oakland merchants want more enforcement and accountability from the city. if they're not going to be accountable as far as deterrent to crime, getting people to stop doing it. they
can at least pay when people do do it because they're putting businesses out of business. police say they made at least three arrests tied to the weekend robberies, but many of these crimes go unsolved. open he plans to increase patrols in some of the hardest hit neighborhoods. 35 federal health officials are warning covid cases are surging again. they say we could see as many as 100 million covid infections during the fall and winter months. that would more than double the country's total case count. doctors say the surge is possible given reduced immunity from vaccines. there is also concern an increase would exhaust the nation's supply of covid test and antiviral medication. some of the newer variants of the new europe, emigrants. sub variants, um, might lead to a bigger surge. another problem. some covid patients are relapsing after taking fighters. antiviral pill packs livid, doctors say. a small number of patients, though , are seeing their symptoms returned several days after treatment. 20 schools in marin county of covid outbreaks right
now, the county health officer told the marin independent journal. students are mostly getting infected outside of school. just last week, the county health department recommended schools at proof of vaccination and negative covid test and masks for large, school sponsored events such as prom and graduation. the county health director says they will not bring back master requirements even as cases are rising to employees are getting vaccinated after the agency threatened to fire non vaccinated workers. according to the mercury news. he's itself the transit agency now has a 90% employee vaccination rate, and that is up from just 78% about a month ago to is threatening to fire any driver employee that does not get vaccinated, but there are reportedly nearly 100 workers who haven't reported their vaccine status or receive an exemption. that's about 4% of wta's workforce happening today , west coast ports, workers and shipping companies will head into more negotiations. the contract between the international longshore and warehouse union and the pacific
maritime association is set to expire july 1st. support workers union is upset over a study last week from the shipping companies that promotes more automation at ports. 35 ships are currently waiting to unload their cargo at those ports. that's far below the record high of more than 100 in january this morning to state lawmakers are calling for the president of sonoma state university to step down. it comes the same day, faculty members voted no confidence in judy sakaki over allegations that she retaliated against an employee reported sexual harassment against her estranged husband. about one third of the faculty participated in this no confidence vote, which past democratic state senators bill dodd, who represents a district that includes the school, and mike mcguire, a sonoma state alumnus. both calling for the president to leave the job time now is 8 37. you know steve paulson, um when it comes to those afternoon and evening activities in this weather, i told the boys you don't have to go to swim team tonight. if you don't want to. so much. watch
your in the water. it's alright, it's getting out. what is the problem that's getting there will be a lot more activity today. you too, but, yeah, no doubt about it, though. for us really cold here for may 10th. and there were some twenties. i knew there'd be a few. i saw some up in mendocino county, but our friend chloe and clear lake lowest temp in lake county was 25 degrees founded 7 45 am in north lake board, followed by 28, middletown. now, this was january or february. okay, but from a my goodness, there were a lot of thirties around here. i'm sure there will be a few record lows coming in, but some of the lows i saw qatari santa rosa napa airport, windsor, wanna creek danville atherton panel all between 32 39 degrees. there were thirties from north all the way down into the santa cruz mountains. the air loft is amazingly cold here. sonoma mountain 33. diablo was 30 now they're 32. ben lomond, was 36 they? they've warmed up if you will, to 40 degrees and the water temps are also really cold. san francisco bowie had 49 bodega bay 49 would not be surprised if we see a 48 pop up
in the next couple of days. here is the northwest wind takes hold. already beginning to develop rapidly around fremont. mount hamilton's you can see the activity on the peninsula on the coast as well towards santa cruz mountains, santa clara valley today will be a lot more active than yesterday when it was mainly santa rosa down towards the southern south santa clara valley today afternoon. i would thinking towards the areas towards napa county, solano contra costa santa clara really anywhere. we could get some scattered showers, thundershowers and more reports of hail severe weather probably be out to the valley be the best opportunity and more snow for the mountains. another 1 to 4 inches forecast between today and probably earlier wednesday before the system gets too far east forties and only fifties. today will be a good 15 2 to almost 20 degrees below average . the low will be parked over us today. it will drift south a little bit late tonight. then injects eastward tomorrow fifties sixties on your attempts from, you know, it's going to warm up somewhere down the road, and it will but not crazy warm. we'll get a bump up on friday
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stie former engineer is accused of downloading information about tesla's self driving software onto his personal laptop. tesla says the employee admitted to stealing that information which violated a nondisclosure agreement. company is asking for an order to return the stolen information as well as awarded. tesla damages. musk is making sure his twitter followers know his life may have just been threatened. the tesla ceo and spacex founder tweeted sunday quote. if i die under mysterious circumstances, it's been nice knowing you. the tweet is a response to a message from the chief of russia's space agency, which must also posted on twitter. the statement says, must will be held accountable for connecting ukrainians to the internet through his starling satellite company. now we spoke with tmz's harvey levin about
the apparent threat. now he didn't say we're going to kill you. but the russians have a long rich history of assassinating people. they don't like the russian government. and so in many ways, ellen is smart , because what he did was he smoked them out and said, hey, everybody, this is what happened . so if something happens to me , look there. helen bus mom responded to the tweet, saying that's not funny. let's answered . sorry, i will do my best to stay alive. happening to davis sonoma county board of supervisors will consider a 45 day ban on new vacation rentals in unincorporated parts of the county. this temporary moratorium on new applications is in response to a recent surge of rent replications, head of new regulations that are set to go into effect in august. the proposed new rules include limits on the number of short term rentals allowed in some neighborhoods and bans on all new rentals and others. san francisco's commercial real estate market is still being affected by the pandemic 24% of
office space in downtown san francisco still empty right now , business advocates say that's the highest vacancy rate. it's been in the city, even including the 2008 recession, and things could get worse. too. many companies are still moving forward with plans to downsize their office spaces. i'm hoping the businesses come back, and i'm hoping that you know, i think the real estate in san francisco so high and helpful, it goes a little bit lower. even so, it's so much vacancy right now. the bay area council says the cost of rent to rent a commercial space has dropped about 20% that's similar to markets nationwide, though, when analysts estimates 100,000 workers need to return to san francisco to fill all the vacant office space, a new poll finds most californians say that tuition at uc and state schools is becoming more and more out of reach. the poll was commissioned in part by the times. it finds 60% of californians say they think you see schools are largely or completely unaffordable, 55% said the same
about cal state schools. californians are also about evenly divided on whether they think a four year degree is valuable in response to the uc system, said it believes a uc degree is still the most valuable investment option. available to californians. there is now evidence that having access to supermarkets with fresh fruits and vegetables can dramatically reduce obesity rates among children in low income neighborhoods. researchers studied supermarkets with mostly low income customers across the five boroughs in new york. they found obesity rates among children dropped as much as 24% when children from those families lived close to markets that were well stocked with fruits, vegetables and other healthy food. wall street started out with gains this morning, but the turnaround is now headed back down upstairs with us to dissect what's happening in dollars and cents. pam investors are certainly hoping for a rally after three big days of losses, but the dow down it gave up a 500 point again shortly after the opening bell, the nasdaq was up almost
300 points, but the major indexes are now down again. now as that bell rang, there were some mixed earnings reports coming in this morning and see in norwegian cruise line. both beat analysts estimates for the first quarter as people get back to entertainment and travel. not a surprise, though peloton posted a huge loss and excess inventory, and boeing continues to disappoint analysts over plane deliveries because of problems with its dreamliner. now as we take a live look at the numbers, the nasdaq is hanging onto a little bit of a gain. but again still below 12,000 the nasdaq, uh back below, like i said, 12,000, the s and p 500 dropped below 4000. it's down a quarter of a percent and there is a live look at the dow jones down about 120 points. the price of cryptocurrency continues to plummet this week, bitcoin has lost 10% of its value since sunday. it's down about 50% since november. other cryptocurrencies have also dropped heavily in value,
analysts say part of the reason for the decline is similar to what has been happening in tech stocks. people moving assets to safer investments due to market turmoil and higher interest rates, one of the world's largest financial services companies warns the risk of global recession is rising. morgan stanley economists made that forecast as inflation hit the highest level in 40 years, and the fed takes steps to rein in consumer prices and demand. some economists have said that their biggest concern is the fed moving too quickly. and sending the economy into a recession. bank of america, deutsche bank and fannie may have already predicted a recession within the next two years. teenagers are helping business owners right now struggling with the diminishing numbers of available workers, according to the wall street journal. more young people are working now than any time since the start of the 2000 and eight recession, employment experts say teenagers are especially important to the retail, tourism and hospitality industries. they have suffered
the most since the start of the pandemic, and not as many adults have come back to those jobs. so the teenagers stepping in samsung may soon help provide some badly needed computer chips around the world. the south korean electronics chain has started building a new chip factory outside austin, texas, companies among the chip makers around the world now playing catch up after a global shortage during the pandemic, affecting cars and computers, and that should help the global supply chain a little bit. i'm pam cook , that's look at your dollars and cents. thank you and iconic piece of art from pop artist andy warhol sold at auction for $195 million the most expensive piece of american art. ever sold . let's take a look at that 40 inch square painting of marilyn monroe was made two years after her death. it just sold the new york city to a los angeles art dealer. 20% of the proceeds will go to a charity the buyer will help select and check this out. i read that it went below what they expected it to take in thinking like 200, or maybe more
unbelievable. 195,000 wasn't enough. alright? time now is 8 49. let's take a look at traffic with south castaneda south alright. andre and garcia still have some late morning commutes to deal with, including those trying to get across into san francisco. if you're driving at the bay bridge, sir, it's going to be a little bit of a delay. if you have a little bit of luxury to wait. things are beginning to even out. we can see the map here. contra costa county is much better than it was. 5 80 is still a little bit slow. the south bay still is as well. remember if you're taking a flight to san jose airport, the freeways getting there. are not great. so give yourself plenty of time and also northbound one. oh, one getting into mountain view. sunnyvale 101 is just kind of a mess from the airport all the way up to mountain view. 8 50. let's bring steve back in with today's weather. thank you, sir. well, the focus yesterday was up towards santa rosa in the southern santa clara valley. today it's about peninsula fremont south. although things are building pretty rapidly looks like maybe some mixed precip some snow on hamilton's
the way it looks, but this will be popping up rapidly today. the low is right over us, and i would think by this afternoon as well areas from napa county towards solano contra cast and for sure down to santa clara valley will be in the window here for some pretty rapid development. maybe some thundershowers out to the valley. there should be a lot more reports of hail today. the window pick up as well. this is just an amazingly deep system for may. 10th may not see something of this ilk for a long time, but it's here today is going to play into our weather with a wide variety of not only cloud cover cold temps, but continuing snow up in the mountains, maybe 145 inches of snow between today tonight, the low kick out starting tomorrow we'll start to see a decrease had a lot of thirties this morning, even twenties to the north. there's going to be some unseasonably cool high temps and some really cold lows next couple of mornings for sure. until the low moves into nevada . that probably won't be until wednesday afternoon. but for today, it's all systems go for a pretty active day here. now this is one of those ones where you get the sun. you get the clouds.
you might get rain hill and then five minutes later, you know you get the sun clouds again. but there was going to be some activity here especially out to the valley. but over us already 50 sixties on your temps amazingly cool for us. we'll start a slow rebound. slow rebound start to bump up a little bit on friday saturday. i don't think we're done with all with these systems dropping in. i think there'll be a couple of weeks, ones coming in to keep us on the cool side here going into next week. you guys all right? thanks so much, steve. all right. today is the final day of a year long cleanup around lake tahoe. divers have been picking up trash along the entire 72 mile shoreline of the lake in a quarter of a mile underwater. so far, they've pulled out more than 21,000 pieces of trash wing a total of nine tons. organizers say the clean up the lake campaign was designed to maintain the leaks reputation. it's one of the clearest lakes in the world. 52 year. public health officials are warning of another covid surges, covid infections have doubled in just the past five weeks. coming up next on the nine we're talking live with the doctor for more
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