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crazy. you always think it's never gonna hit home and then it's around the corner shooting at a public library in the south bay police are now searching for the two men responsible officers say about the shooting so far. that evacuations are lifted after a wild fire breaks out in the north bay problem crews are already facing even before we hit the summer season. from ktvu . fox two news. this is mornings onto a busy one in many ways, not that you're here. good morning. i'm gasia mikaelian. good morning. i'm dave clark. it's a tuesday morning, june 7th you hit that nail on the head? it's a busy day. rosemary is here and now to tell you more about your weather for today, we're going to be turning at the heat. davin garcia. we are looking at temperatures warming into the upper eighties for inland cities today, compared to low eighties yesterday, a little bit of patchy fog out there. partly cloudy skies as the warming trend continues all the way through the business week. better details on the current conditions and what you can
expect us for the rest of the week. coming up in just a little bit at seven o'clock, let's toss it over to salha, who is tracking a lot of traffic trouble this morning, sal tuesday morning there, rosemary . we do have a major connector ramp in san francisco. closed and it's affecting the bay bridge. the ramp from west 80 the south bend 11 remains closed for a deadly motorcycle crash. motorcycle was on the ramp above it fell onto the freeway below. at least the writer did and we do have an investigation on the way it's been out there since 3 30. here comes the fire department to they have been called to the scene. to do a little bit of clean up here. that's engine one from south of market just about to get on the scene here. they had a tow truck in there for a vehicle of a driver who was arrested. so this is just becoming a big scene. people on the right are going onto the central freeway getting off and then getting back on to get onto one on one that's tedious and the traffic on the
bay bridge is going to be very slow getting into san francisco . i wouldn't recommend using the bay bridge. there are plenty of other traffic issues going on as well. we'll talk about those and just a few minutes, but now it's 71. let's get right back to the headlines. thank you. well, today is election day. but if you still haven't turned into valid yet, bay area vote centers are open from now until eight o'clock tonight. now for this election, all registered voters in california received a mail in ballot did you can mail in or you can drop it off at a polling place? or if you want to vote in person, you can go to any vote center. in your country. the effort to recall san francisco's district attorney chaser, bodine is getting a lot of national attention. the people behind the recall measure proposition age say bodine isn't doing enough to hold violent offenders accountable. between supporters say a vote to recall him as a vote against progressive causes such as ending mass incarceration and being tougher on police misconduct. this mostly represents san
franciscans frustration with conditions on the street, even though crime is down and some categories and up and others uh , this is the this is there's a frustration with that, and it's a frustration with the homelessness situation and other things and the lack of affordable housing. both of those things have boutin has nothing to do with the district attorney's office has nothing to do with, but if he should be recalled san franciscans they wanted to scalp. we'll have more on the effort to recall san francisco's d a. in a live report from our alley, rasmus. she's in san francisco, and we'll bring her back in in about 30 minutes. another closely watched race today is in the south bank, where voters are electing a new mayor in san jose. ktvu james torres live at roosevelt community center and san jose with a list of candidates and what voters need to know before they cast their ballot if they haven't already done so, james yeah. garcia a couple minutes after seven o'clock this morning. that means the polls are now open. we just set a poll worker come out of the community center. tell us
hey, come on in. that is the message for folks who have not yet cast about for this election cycle. and if you haven't registered to vote, either you can do that at your polling locations as well as far as the san jose mayor. election goes. current san jose mayor sam liccardo has already maxed out his terms to serve as mayor. so that means for the first time since 2014 the mayoral race will not have an incumbent running for reelection, so let's show you the list of candidates that are running. they are cindy chavez, deb davis, james spence, marshall woodman, see matt mehan , paul paralysis and travis hill . the front runners in this race are those who already hold government offices, both in san jose city government and in santa clara county. but the big headlines here are how much money is being raised for this election, according to the san jose spotlight, political action committees are pouring money into this race, raising millions of dollars, especially for the top four candidates. campaign money for current santa clara county supervisor cindy chavez, already exceeding the rest by
topping a million dollars now there will be more changes coming to the entire city council of san jose. four out of nine council seats are up for grabs, three of which also do not have incumbent candidates. there is 1/5 seat you will see on the ballot, but an incumbent is running unopposed. let's talk about how you can vote this morning. polls are now open. they'll stay open until eight o'clock tonight. every california voter by now should have already received a mail in ballot. you can vote by post marking that ballot today, dropping off at a ballot box or voting in person today here in santa clara county, the county says there are 101 vote centers and usually in years past, he would have to vote at your designated location. but this election cycle voters now have the freedom to cast a ballot at any center in the county. when it comes to the mayor's race, a candidate must win more than 50% of the vote in order to secure that victory. if that doesn't happen today in the top two candidates with the highest percentage of votes will go to a runoff election, you'll be able
to vote in that election. in november. again. polls are open now until eight o'clock tonight. we're live this morning in san jose. i'm james torres. ktvu fox two news, james. thank you. there are a number of big statewide races on the ballot today. governor. gavin newsom is seeking a second term and is facing a couple dozen challengers. californians are also voting for state attorney general as well as us senator, current senator alex padilla, who was appointed to the seat is seeking a full six year senate term state superintendent of public instruction tony thurman , also on the balance, today's election may set a record for having the lowest turnout in california history. according to political data intelligence, only 15% of the balance will return. before election day as low as ever turned out was back in 2014 just 25% there's a difference, though. there are a lot more voters this time, secretary of state's office says there are almost 22 million registered voters. that's the highest percentage of eligible voters in a gubernatorial election year. in 68 years and
make sure you stay right here with us at ktvu for extensive coverage of today's election, you can follow complete election results throughout the day, both on the air and online. well, one polling place in the south bay may be closed this morning. there was a shooting there yesterday. ktvu andre senior is following the story. he's in studio now. andre. the shooting happened in the san jose public library. during library hours. pretty scary kids were inside at the time to what happened at the hillview branch library on hopkins. dr you see it right here in your fisher middle school at redhill airport on the eastern side of the city. police received calls at two men chased another man inside that library at about 3 30 yesterday afternoon. the library was open to the public at the time, and there were about 20 people, including kids, and some workers inside. none of them were hurt. fortunately here, but investigators say one man was shot. and taken to the hospital where he's being treated for gunshot wound. he is expected to
survive. police said the shooting was not random and believe they have a motive. the two individuals who were the suspects in this case were gang related. there was some sort of statements made, indicating that they were related to a gang locally here in san jose, never really see much of that going on here. um but even if it is getting related, it's still has firearms involved. i mean, the fact that you know this is what, like five steps from my house and i hear about gun violence. it's kind of crazy. it is a scary scene. to be sure, police say they are offering mental health services to anyone who feels affected by this incident . so far, we have not been able to find out if there will be voting outside the library this morning until santa clara county voters who plan to drop off their ballots or vote at the library can go to other voting centers. told broadcaster balance now back to you, andre. thank you. this morning, san rafael residents are being allowed to go back home after being told to evacuate due to a
wildfire. flames broke out about 10 o'clock last night near dominican university in a eucalyptus grove. authorities went door to door and evacuated people in some homes along highland and summit avenues. two acres burned before flame stops spreading. the evacuees were all allowed to go back to their homes. it just shows you that are fire season now is year round. if you look behind you can see the vegetation as dry. this is a very old eucalyptus grove. there's a lot of dead and down material on the on the ground. crews spent the night mopping up. investigators are still searching for the cause of this fire. alright time at 709. if you're in the san mateo county, the fire department is warning about a prescribed burn today and they say, don't worry if you see smoke around san andreas late, fire agencies and the public utilities commission are taking part in a five acre prescribed burn. it starts at nine o'clock this morning. it'll create defensible areas and also train their firefighters. so you may see smoke in parts of san mateo in belmont, san carlos and
in burlingame, 17. and we have to swing back to south because this has been the roughest traffic morning in san francisco a long time. yet we have because of this crash, which is closed the ramp from westbound 82 south down 11 gas here, dave, and it's been that way since 3 30 this morning. you can see the closure is still there doing an investigation. now they're just cleaning it up. and really it was a terrible crash where a motorcyclist came off the ramp up above and ended up on the freeway below and that was a fatal crash. well they're still down there doing an investigation and they're cleaning it up. one person was arrested. their vehicle was towed and the medical examiner is still on the scene. as you can see. so maybe they'll be cleaning this up soon. but meanwhile, the traffic is going to be very, very slow coming in off the bay bridge because everyone is being forced onto that central freeway. some people obviously are exiting before still doing that
investigation. let's look at the bay bridge toll plaza. very slow traffic. it's really slow all the way across the bridge. we also have to talk about panel west 80. there was a crash of pinole valley road that crash had to slow traffic in the area . richmond bridge traffic is slow peninsula north, dont at san bruno avenue. they're clearing a crash there and remember the rest of the commute kind of building up now, so it's a tough tuesday morning, 7 11, let's go back to the desk. thank you. hospitals here in the united states are being heard by the covid lockdown in china will tell you about the shortage of one product that could affect millions of examination. local chefs are ditching a favorite kind of role that potato roll used on many burgers. after a break with causing them to find something else
comn over parker elementary school in east oakland, said they won't end their protest until the district receives its decision to permanently closed that school. the demonstration is now two weeks old parents group is currently providing unsanctioned summer school classes for neighborhood children. in addition to parker elementary, the parents say they want community day school reopened as well and sixth through eighth grades restored at la escala to we were left very confused and devastated with little options being that there are no other k through eight schools in the
area, and this area is somewhat of a desert when it comes to social services when it comes to public services. a district spokesperson would not give a timeline as to when the protesters would have to leave or what could happen if they don't time is 7 13 happening today, the walnut creek city council will debate proposed ordinance to require gun owners to safely stored their guns. already a crime in california for gun owners to leave weapons anywhere that a child can get to them without the parents' permission. california has no laws of required things like trigger locks were lockboxes antioch, unpleasant in there among the cities have required guns to be locked up in the owner's home. the former leader of the proud boys and four other members have been charged in connection to the january 6th attack at the u. s. capitol. some of the most serious indictments filed against enrique terrio and several others were forced seditious conspiracy. all five members previously charged with different conspiracy counts.
more than three dozen people charged in the capital siege were associated with the proud boys. some bay area restaurants are boycotting a company that makes burger buns because of the company's political beliefs. martin's famous pastry shop in pennsylvania became popular nationwide for providing bounds to shake shack. some other bay area restaurants offer them as well. but now they're looking for a new supplier, according to the chronicle. decided in news report that said the martin family supports a candidate for pennsylvania governor who favors qanon conspiracy theories and fought to overturn the election in favor of former president donald trump. time to 7 16 the life of an oakland woman being after her 73rd birthday, amelia martinez roa can surveillance video in a crosswalk on international boulevard when a white hummer right here hit her and then drove away. she died later at a hospital. that camera is part of the security system at a car repair job. the owner says dangerous incidents happen a lot
in that area. oakland police say patrols have increased in that neighborhood in recent months, and the investigation continues into the death of amelia roa. no arrests have been made so far to traffic because we have the major mess in san francisco. also 80 is having problems elsewhere. where do you want to start? uh gosha and dave let's start in san francisco. this motorcycle accident really a tragedy. motorcyclist was on the freeway ramp above was involved in a collision ended up on the freeway below. and there's certainly a lot of activity over there were just showing you the closure here. fire department is on the scene. the medical examiners on the scene. so this ramp that takes you from west 80. southbound 101 is going to be shut down as they do the investigation now the ramp also from the central freeway onto eastbound 80 is closed as well.? that's closed, so you can't get onto the bay bridge from the central freeway directly anyway
, and this has been out there since 3 30. we're coming up on a four hour closure. georgia if you'll turn around and face the traffic coming up coming towards us from the bay bridge, georges our photojournalists there. you can see the traffic coming in. off the bay bridge is going to be coming out and forced to be using that central freeway. there comes right. this is a hard closure and traffic off the bay bridge is really very strong all the way across. in fact, i'll show you the bay bridge toll plaza. it is very, very slow. i think a lot of people have gotten the news or not going into san francisco. we do have to talk about the issue of freeways recovering from an earlier accident, and 6 80 highway four are typically slow. these are more routine slowdowns in the east bay north. we had an earlier crash in san bruno that has been cleared and 101 is slow. the south bay commute hasn't really picked up yet, but we'll touch on that. next time we come. it's just a lot. i have stuff to talk about this morning. 7 18. let's bring
rosemary back with today's weather. all right. good morning to you. we are looking at a warming trend that will continue for today. temperatures that were in the low eighties yesterday. into the upper eighties for today and climbing friday, right now looks like it will be the hottest day outsider doors at this time, at least when it comes to the weather. a pretty one we do have partly cloudy skies out there just a little bit of patchy fog. temperatures are similar to where we started yesterday. here's a view of storm tracker two and a view from up above along the coast areas near half moon bay and down along the san mateo county coastline. we're seeing some fog there. and for our inland cities enjoying mostly blue skies, air quality, good to moderate for today and the winds localized onshore. we got fairfield devery reporting a very weak breeze at 10 mph coming in from the southwest right now, but you notice the arrows. north and northeast and that dry air will continue to dry things out for today. 53 degrees in san francisco right now, we have 52 in berkeley fifties and walnut creek 60
degrees in concord comparison from yesterday into today, napa 81 degrees yesterday today going to 84 as well as livermore redwood city 80 degrees for you and san jose expected to check in right about 81. for the second part of your afternoon. your afternoon here, starting at the coast 64 degrees in pacifica . we are going to continue with just a very weak onshore breeze, and that will keep temperatures very comfortable along the coastline this week. upper sixties and san francisco into the afternoon. if you're going to see the giants play a little bit later today into the evening hours, temperatures will be cooling back into the low sixties with that sea breeze. so bring the layers if you're 85 degrees and conquered getting into san francisco, it's going to be a big change 84 for the afternoon and napa into the south bay 81. degrees expected over san jose. temperatures will continue to nudge up with each passing day, and by friday, it's a scorcher for inland city so warmer today a little bit warmer tomorrow, not a whole lot of change, but by thursday, we're definitely feeling the warmth. inland cities into the upper
nineties, peaking on friday when we need reach near 100 degrees. meanwhile, around the bay upper eighties about 90 some nice coastal weather that we've got temperatures in the seventies. a pattern change into the weekend , going to drop those numbers by sunday into the low eighties, once again for inland city seventies around the bay sixties at the coast back to you, rosemary. software next, we'll show you one feature many people have been waiting for years and after the break four suspected cases of monkeypox and sacramento counter terry would health officials are saying this morning.
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is y now has 1/4 suspected case of monkey pods. health officials say there's a link in all four cases coming from someone who recently traveled to europe, and that case was reported on may. 21st health officials say almost three dozen close contacts in all four cases have been vaccinated. now, the cdc has confirmed monkeypox cases in 12 u. s states, and that includes hawaii. there are two distinct strains of the virus here in the u. s doctors suspect the virus may have been circulating undetected for sometimes. it is 7 24 happening today, a federal vaccine advisory committee meets to decide whether to approve 1/4 vaccine for covid vaccine is
from nova backs company based in maryland. right now, novavax is only asking for permission to provide its back team shots to people who are not yet vaccinated. the company says it's vaccine provides longer protection in the vaccinations that are available right now, according to data from the cdc, more than 82 million doses of the covid vaccine have gone to waste in the united states. since the vaccine was made available in december of 2020 that accounts for more than 11% of the doses distributed by the federal government data show cvs and walmart together accounted for at least a quarter of the wasted doses. cbs says it's priority was to accommodate people without appointments, which would often require opening a multi dose vial for a single walk in your time is 7 25 will supply chain problems made worse by a covid outbreak or affecting hospitals. several hospitals, including the mayo clinic, have had to postpone imaging procedures because of a
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payn san francisco in the effort to recall district attorney chaser boudin. we'll tell you how bodine is feeling about the ballot box. and what is critics are saying about proposition h. in the family of a slain safeway worker in san jose, grieving after he was shot and killed while it work what investigators are using to help track down the gunman. from ktvu fox two news.
this is mornings on to welcome morning to you. we thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark. gasia mikaelian is a busy day. tuesday june 7th. you're casting your ballot. you're hoping to get to work in the city and there's a mess on the bridge. but we have to start with weather because the very beginning of a dramatic change rosemary that will carry us all the way into friday and on friday, some of our hotter spots expected to well, get close to that century mark once again. good morning. to all of you. we are looking at a little bit of patchy fog this morning, mostly sunny skies inside the bay and inland communities. i have a look at the current conditions your afternoon highs for today and more on that warming trend. coming up in just a little bit at 7 30. let's check in with sal. very hectic drive out there this morning, sal, the freeway in san francisco west 82, south marijuana one so our camera crew is gone because everyone's clearing out the lane, which is good, but if you're driving into
san francisco, you're coming up to the bay bridge. you're going to see a big backup at the bay bridge, and it's going to be slow all the way across into san francisco because of a crash that was there for four hours. it was a deadly motorcycle accident, and by the way, the ramp from the central freeway to eastbound 80 remains closed. that is not taking as much traffic at this time of the morning, but if you're going into san francisco, please give yourself extra time. let's also talk about some of these other commutes. we've seen some slow traffic now. i don't want to ignore the south bay. you can see some slow traffic building getting up to the valley and on the peninsula. we've had some slowing on northbound 101. that really that big problem in san francisco. presided relief is going to be had by a lot of these commuters going into san francisco now that those lanes are open another report in just a few minutes now at 7 31. let's get back to the headlines. okay sal. thank you will today in san francisco supporters and critics of the recall election district attorney chasuble dean will be
holding last minute events to get out the vote. ktvu sally rasmus is in san francisco. now you have more. good morning, ali. good morning, dave. you have polls are open in san francisco for in person voting or dropping off that mail in ballot. we're at a neighborhood polling station, which is actually located in someone's garage. this is actually across the street from scenic alamo park in the city. the recall election for the city's district attorney chase everdeen being followed closely, not just here in san francisco, but across the country this morning, boudin and his supporters will be in various neighborhoods in the city to ask voters for their support. to reject that recall effort and keep him in office. ktvu caught up with routine yesterday as he cast his ballot. he and his supporters have criticized this recall effort as a republican funded effort to stop progressive reforms. of the criminal justice system. see republicans from coast to coast in virginia in philadelphia and chicago and los angeles, attempting to roll back the victories at the ballot box of
democratic reformers, and you have multiple multiple examples of decisions, individual decisions that he's made that really do hurt the reform of men at the end of the day. only 7% of voters in san francisco are registered republicans virgins opponents. the groups supporting the recall, including many democrats here in the city, say the reasons they're backing this recalls because crimes like car break ins and drug dealing, have gotten out of hand. they believe the district attorney's office is not holding criminals accountable. now, the latest polls on the recall show either a very tight race or boudin, failing to keep his seat. san francisco police, political observers say if modena's recalled, it may be a sign that voters priorities have shifted. what's important to voters right now is the economy inflation. it's a sense of things not being really going very well, whether it be in terms of government or the economy, or, you know, the direction of the country in general, and jason routine is not well positioned for that.
and just driving around the city . you see a lot of signs like this either. vote no on h or yes , on aged measure. h, of course, is the recall election for the district attorney here. supporters of this recall are also planning to get out the vote this morning. they're going to be going to a couple of neighborhoods, knocking on doors, handing out leaflets. they also have some phone banking plant to reach out to san francisco voters this morning live in san francisco. ali rasmus ktvu. fox two news. thank you time. 7 34. if you haven't voted, yet, you do have options. every californian who's registered the boat received a ballot in the mail. you just have to make sure it's in the mail today or dropped off at a polling place or ballot dropbox by the time the polls close at eight pm that we have links to each county's drop box locations on our website ktvu .com. if you're not registered to vote, you can still vote. you can go to a polling place or a boat center and register to vote and cast a ballot. then your ballot
will be counted after the county verifies your registration. the supreme court is siding with the city of oakland, saying the city can force landlords to compensate evicted tenants for moving expenses. a landlord couple suit oakland over a law that requires homeowners who have tenants to move back into their own properties to pay for those moving costs. the plaintiffs claimed the role penalize them for using their own property. the supreme court agreed with a lower court ruling that cities have the right to regulate how property owners use land. happening today, the oakland city council will debate several major proposals on housing and homelessness. at today's meeting, the council will consider creating a rental registry that would let people see how much other tenants are paying in rent. san francisco, berkeley and richmond already have such registries in place. the council will also consider a proposal to build 1000 beds at a homeless shelter in west oakland at what used to be the oakland army base. it will also hold required second reading of a rent cap for rent controlled homes passed by the council just last week. it is 7 35 red hot
bay area. real estate market may start cooling off even though prices are higher than ever, the number of homes sales is slowing down, according to the bay area news group, home prices around the region so another month of double digit increases during the spring, but the experts say the reason rise in mortgage interest rates that's likely to slow down the home buying frenzy and that could affect prices. making the buyer frenzy is starting to slow down, and that should continue as more inventory is planning market over the next couple of weeks. certainly we're not hitting the housing bubble. i think this is a healthy correction. where buyers can actually get out and set them, you know, have competition with 20 other buyers . maybe they have no competition or just a couple of other buyers that they're competing with. and that's the reason why realtors right now could be a good chance to put in a bid for house may also mean we may see prices start to level out family members of a safeway employee
who was shot and killed during a confrontation with the suspected thief inside the store early sunday morning, say they are in shock. police say 24 year old manuel cornejo was shot to death at the safeway on hamilton's avenue in the willow glen neighborhood. his co workers say the cornejo was trying to stop a shoplifter from stealing alcohol when he was shot. that's a good kid, man. he was. it was just a good kid dedicated work. jim home. he was nothing about he was not known a australia no, he was just a good kid. he loves safeway. most stores, including safeway of policies that are meant to prevent employees from confronting shoplifters. investigators say they hope surveillance video from surrounding homes and businesses will help them identify the killer. time is 7 37, the owner of several san francisco i wear stores as fed up about being robbed a lot of a oh optics shop on union street was robbed two weeks ago. the owner says the same robbers and cleared out his
store on valencia street yesterday. robbers also pepper spray to female optician. who tried to intervene. my female employees getting pepper sprayed in her face, and they just come in and stole $56,000 worth of merchandise. we're not getting help. there's how do the other business owners feel? i mean, this is unacceptable. now the store owner says his insurance goes up each time he's robbed, opened his first store in san francisco and 20 oh, nine, but he's not sure how long he can stay in business if these smash and grab robberies continue. 7 38 and that major problem in san francisco. much of the morning commute is now starting to unwind cell. yeah they're in the process. geisha and david reopening that ramp. let me put this map up for you and explain what happened right where the arrow is. there was a motorcycle accident this morning. ah and it was a complicated because there were a series of crashes all
sort of connected because it all happened at west 80 at south bend 101, or central freeway on the eastbound 80. one motorcyclist was killed two drivers chp says were arrested for driving out of the influence their process of reopening the ramp. but look at all the traffic across the bay bridge. it is backed up all the way to the toll plaza. so when you go to the toll plaza will say it looks about normal, right? well not really, because the entire bridge is slow because of that crash in san francisco. this is the morning to use public transportation if you can into san francisco, we've been following some of the other bridges. the san mateo bridge is a little bit busier. getting across and people are using one. oh, one. no doubt this is because people have heard about what's happening in san francisco and the dumbarton bridge looks good. it's probably not going to go all the way down to the dumbarton across the bay. i would suggest using public transit 7 39. let's bring in rosemary is doing today's
weather. yes good morning, sal. and how about a view from san francisco? a bird's eye view. you don't have to worry about the traffic from this vantage point. we do have a little bit of cloud cover out there a little bit of fog. we'll break away to partly cloudy skies mostly clear for today, a little bit of patchy fog remaining along the coast. localized onshore breeze, keeping temperatures along the coastline in the sixties for the afternoon, meanwhile, are inland cities. continuing to warm into the upper eighties for some of our hotter spots more on those numbers in just a moment right now. 52 degrees in santa rosa under mostly sunny skies, san francisco 55 for you conquered, coming in at 60 mid fifties and san carlos a san jose reporting 58. storm tracker to quiet dry a northerly flow going to continue to dry things out over and across the bay area, little bit of patchy fog there along the san mateo county coastline this morning. i back it up just a moment. here. you can see the pacific northwest continues to get some wet weather for us. we are just on that southern fringe, so a few high clouds in the forecast. in addition to the
low clouds in the future cast model picks up on that here. we go into four o'clock this afternoon, and there are those high clouds sweeping across the bay area. so if you look up a little bit later today, you know where those claws are coming from. here is a look at the afternoon highs for today. 84 in santa rosa 66 in san francisco, right on target for this time of year seventies oakland, 84, livermore and san jose coming in right about 81 a better look at the afternoon house for today and the warming trend that will continue all the way into friday. coming up in just a little bit. all right, rosemary . thank you. thomas 7 41. well, first it was self driving cars now new self driving. tractors are changing how farmers do their work coming up? was driving farmers to go more high tech ktvu newsroom say good morning again to andre senior is you're looking ahead to the next hour of mornings on two good morning to you, garcia and dave as we expect hot summer days, pgd is working to do more to prevent blackouts coming up on warnings on two at eight, a closer look at a new battery
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thee update may include changes that some users were really hoping to see. reporter anna iliopoulos shows us the new features. new customization options are coming to the iphone lock screen users can now add more widgets that provide information at a glance like weather forecasts and upcoming calendar events, so i'll add the temperature my activity rings. and let's dragon the calendar widget one feature that will likely be a highly anticipated change for nearly all iphone users. the ability to edit or unscented text after it's already been sent. have you ever wished you'd never sent that message at all? well, good news. now you have undo send so you can immediately recall a recent misfire. this is something that especially as widely used by this new gen z audience now that they're building and more capabilities
and time message to keep you in there and keep you glued. i think that's great for the whole incur system by now pay later feature is also coming to apple pay. now people who pay with the app will have the option to split purchases into four equal payments spread over six weeks with zero interest and no fees of any kind outside of the iphone. apple also showing off its next generation of macbooks. powered by the company's latest chip, which apple says will provide faster processing while using less power, something that was absent from monday's announcement, any mention of apples work on a vr headset? gamers had hoped for news on that gadget, which is rumored to have been in the works for years, and iliopoulos fox news. back at the opening bell. we brought you this live at 6 30 today. stocks fell early on after a profit warning from target renewed concerns about the economic outlook. target is aiming to trim down excess
inventory by offering discounts , canceling incoming orders and reevaluating expenses comes weeks after target shocked investors. the dramatic earnings miss that said shares down 25. trading has been underway now for about an hour and 15 minutes, and we see that the dow jones has been underwater the whole time. it's early on but still losing only 55 points. we're watching the s and p, which has clawed its way back to sea level. nasdaq is doing well. it's up by almost three quarters of 1. tesla ceo elon musk says he could abandon his $44 billion deal to buy twitter. musk lawyers have written a letter to twitter, saying the company has failed to supply data on spam and fake accounts, which could constitute a breach of the agreement. musk has argued that 20% of twitter's 229 million accounts are fake, much higher than twitter's claim of less than 5. it does look like elon musk is, you know, saying that if they don't give him the information that he wants about these fake and spam accounts, then he thinks it's within his right to walk away. but the key thing to know here is that if he
does walk away, he faces a $1 billion breakup fee, so it would not be pretty if he did end up pulling out of this deal. twitter says it's been sharing information with musk and intends to close the transaction at the agreed upon price time is 7 48. we've heard of self driving cars, even self driving big rigs. what about self driving tractors? john deere has created an autonomous tractor comes with artificial intelligence and gps sensors. there are cell phone can control it gathers information on where crops are planted so farmers can monitor the soil quality and crop rotation year to year. making sure they preserve the quality of the soil in their land over time so that that land can be passed on to future generations for them to farm. it. now john deere self driving tractors are expected to officially launch in the fall it will sell for about $500,000
150,000 more than the non autonomous models. people are getting married this summer after covid had many couples rearranging their plans for the past two years. as you likely know, weddings can be expensive . the average wedding cost $28,000 if you're taking the plunge, financial analysts suggest using online sites with cash back rewards is a borrowing dresses, suits and accessories instead of buying them can save a lot of money, and it's also more environmentally friendly now for guests, dave yes, gestion here is not to go overboard on gift good going in with a group to buy one big ticket item. or you know, i just asked the couple. what do you really wanted? frankly, these days, the answer is we're saving for a down payment. great let me write you a little check. that's good. also going in with their group of people that sounds like a great idea to get together. meeting south steve rosemary pay . i mean, and get him like a waffle iron or something? yes done. speaking of sal, i'm sorry
we worked you so hard this morning, sal one david garcia. that's what i'm here for. just want to let you know that the bay bridge is very slow getting into san francisco because of a crash in san francisco that took a long time to clear it's gone now. but the traffic on the bay bridge has been the slow all the way across into san francisco. i just want to save you the hassle of saying what the heck is going on into san francisco? and you know, just making sure that if you are going into san francisco today that you give yourself plenty of extra time, i do want to show you that the bridge look at the bridge traffic here on the san francisco commute is very slow getting into the city . the san mateo bridge might be a little better. it's crowded people are using that instead and then using one on one that's going to be crowded. a lot of people are doing that. but it still might be the best bet. let's talk about some of these other communities here. the commutes in the south they are going to be, you know, okay this morning on the peninsula we talked about slow traffic. sapic
commute is getting filled in. this is more of a routine commute getting into that west valley. 7 50, let's go to rosemary oroczo, sal. well if you like the warmer weather, definitely going to fill it around the bay and inland along the coastline. going to remain fairly cool. today we will get into some warmer weather later in the week. look here over san francisco. partly cloudy skies out there this morning. a little bit of patchy fog will be partly cloudy to mostly clear for today. in addition to some low clouds along the coastline, perhaps a few high clouds passing overhead later today for all of us 60 degrees right now, in concord under mostly sunny skies low fifties in santa rosa upper fifties over san jose. our temperatures will warm right now. we're very similar to yesterday morning, but by the second part of the afternoon at least a few degrees of warming expected for inland cities along the coastline, we've got some patchy fog down areas that looks like right near half moon bay and then farther south, and if i
pull back just a little bit. this is the system that is going to provide us with those higher clouds overhead at times. so a little bit of coastal fog. warmer temperatures, especially inland ryan conditions due to that northerly flow that's out there and that, unfortunately, will increase the fire danger over the next few days. 66 degrees expected for the afternoon high in san francisco today, 84 in santa rosa, mid eighties and conquered, nearing 90 degrees, areas like fairfield, as well as an attack. san jose. you're going to 81. but then you take a look at pacifica right along the coastline 64 expected for you. are you going to the giants game today, according to be mostly sunny at westerly breeze about 15 mph. temperature is a into the low sixties by about game time at 6 45 and then continuing to call into the evening hours under partly cloudy skies, the extended forecast today into tomorrow. temperatures coming up just slightly and then, more notable jump happens on thursday , upper eighties for our basic communities, a nice 70 degrees expected for the coastline.
we're now into the upper nineties for inland cities. we don't stop until friday. temperatures peak in the upper nineties for inland communities , perhaps nearing 100 degrees for some nearly 90 degrees for our basic communities seventies at the coast, so if you have friday off, perhaps good day to head to the coast, we do see a pattern change heading into the weekend. temperatures begin to fall on saturday, a bigger drop on sunday sixties at the coast of seventies around the bay low eighties inland, dave all right , rosemary. thank you time. 7 53 . did you see this wrong way driver crashing into the outdoor patio of a restaurant? all of it caught on camera. while the restaurant owners say this could have been a lot worse. but first we'll tell you details of the san francisco program, helping to create career paths for several teenagers after the break how the techniques in that program can help jumpstart a career.
56 e defense production act to increase domestic production of solar panels. also the white house's pausing tariffs on solar panel imports from four southeast asian countries. approach for sustainable energy comes as gas prices are skyrocketing. a new abc news poll says eight in 10 voters they inflation is their top concern and only 28% approve of how the president is dealing with it. i support everything
the president is doing, but i don't think it's enough that my constituents don't think it's enough. he takes no responsibility for his economic malpractice, because that's what this is. he's missed the diagnosis for over a year. the national price for gasoline reached 4 91 today here in california the averages of record 6 37 a gallon with the high cost of diesel fuel is affecting the trucking industry . triple a says the average cost of diesel 5 68 a gallon 75% higher than a year ago. many truck companies they they just can't keep absorbing the rising costs. that will ultimately be reflected in the prices at the consumer pays, and that's part of the increase in the cost of food. now trunks deliver about 70% of all goods that are transported around the country. some young people in san
francisco, staying busy this summer with a paid internship and a possible career path. it's a program that was launched in 2019 by the city called opportunities for all it connects young people with employers. it gives them a chance to get some on the job experience. actually i'm doing marketing and i think it sells. but it's something like that. so often we hear people say you don't have enough experience. but if i never get a job, how do i gain the experience and so opportunities for all the same? we want to make sure that everybody has the opportunity to gain some experience to build their networks and some of the internships that would city department, others with private companies like facebook, google and chase center. were caught on camera, police and anti ox searching for a customer and they keep looking at this. the laptop from a restaurant officials at our down out, the dino's pizza says. she first gave the storm ploy ease a hard time and when the employees left the front counter, she picked up
the laptop and left officials at the pizza shop say the woman goes by the name camilla's on doordash. she has a mandala tattoo on her arm. she was last seen leaving in a white car. it may have been a nisa. what the us med has released a quarter waters. wilma man killer. the first woman elected the principal chief of the cherokee in asia as part of the american women quarters program. wilma man killers quarter is the third one in the series. she joins writer maya angelou and astronaut sally ride. so on the quarter wilma man killer has shown wrapped in the traditional shop with the cherokee nation, seven pointed star. decision day for bay area voters. san francisco district attorney chase boudin, his political future hangs in the balance, and it's not the only key race on this election day. it's kind of crazy. you always think it's never gonna hit home and then
around the corner to the south bay library shattered by gunfire this morning, the search for the person who pulled the trigger and evacuations lifted after awhile. fire breaks out in the north bay problems crews are already facing as we get closer to summer. from ktvu. fox two news this is mornings on to welcome the mornings onto i'm andre. senior morning. i'm gasia mikaelian. it's a busy one tuesday, june 7th. let's get you outside. the weather is changing as we speak rosemary oroczo. skies around the bay and inland a little bit of patchy fog along the coastline. good morning to all of you. we are turning up the heat, especially far inland cities today reaching into the upper eighties. for some of those hotter spots. we'll check in on the current conditions. i'll line up the afternoon highs talk more about this warming trend that will continue into the rest of the business week coming up in just a little bit. it is eight o'clock and sell things improving out there this morning. well they might approval in a in a while, but because of that crash we had in
san francisco on the connector ran from westbound 80. the sat down one on one. traffic has just been a mess. the ramp from one on one to the central field. we was always always also closed , so my recommendation for you is not to drive into san francisco from either direction right now, if you could use transit, that would be the best call for you. it really is slow. some people have been using the same entail bridge and coming up into san francisco via the peninsula. that's not a terrible option. but again, it's really slow when we come back. we'll like take a look at some of these other east big commute, which have been routine, but still nevertheless, they've been pretty slow. 801 let's go back to the headlines. thank you. it is election day. and if you still haven't turned in your ballot yet, area vote centers are open today from seven am to eight pm for this election, all registered voters in california received a mail in ballot. that you can mail in or drop off at a polling place, or if you prefer to vote in person, you can go to any vote center in your county. the effort to recall san
francisco's district attorney chase a. bodine is getting a lot of national attention. people behind the recall measure. proposition h say bodine isn't doing enough to hold violent offenders accountable, but he'd supporters say a vote to recall him as a vote against progressive causes such as ending mass incarceration and being tougher on police misconduct. this mostly represents san franciscans frustration with conditions on the street, even though crime is down and some categories and up and others uh, this is the this is there's a frustration with that, and it's a frustration with the homelessness situation and other things and the lack of affordable housing. both of those things have boutin has nothing to do with the district attorney's office has nothing to do with, but if he should be recalled san franciscans they wanted to scalp. we'll have more on the effort to recall the da in a live report, ktvu sally rasmus is in san francisco will bring her back in in about 30 minutes. another closely watched race today is in the south bank
voters will elect a new mayor in san jose. ktvu james torrez is live from the roosevelt community center in san jose, where one of the frontrunners is expected to cast a ballot. james andre. good morning to you. yet here at the community center. it's still very much early in the day. so foot traffic is a little bit slow. we expect that to pick up a little later in the day. we're talking about the san jose mayor's race this morning. that's going to be not just closely watched, probably extremely expensive. as well as we've seen some of those funds gather here. the current mayor, sam liccardo, has already served the max amount of terms for mayor of san jose. so he's maxed out. he is not going to be running for a reelection because he doesn't qualify for reelection at this time around, so this will be the first time in a since 2014. that the race for mayor of san jose will not have an incumbent candidate. let's go and show you the list of candidates that you can vote for this time around. they are cindy chavez. deb davis, james spence, marshall woodman, see matt mehan, raul perales and travis hill. now the front
runners in this race are those who already hold government offices in the big headlines. how much they are raising, according to the san jose spotlight, political action committees are pouring money into this race, raising millions of dollars for the top four candidates campaign money for current santa clara county supervisor cindy chavez is exceeding the rest. by topping $1 million and there will be more changes coming to the entire city council of san jose . four out of nine council seats are up for grabs, three of which also don't have incumbent candidates. there is 1/5 seat that you will see on the ballot, but that incumbent is running unopposed. let's talk about how you can vote today. polls open right now. they've been open for the past hour now will stay open until eight o'clock tonight. every california voters should have already received a mail in ballot by now. you can vote by post marking that ballot today, dropping off at a ballot box or voting in person here in santa clara county. you normally would have to vote at your designated location. but this election cycle voters now have the freedom. to cast a ballot at any
vote center in the county that when it comes to that mayor's race, a candidate must win 50% of the vote in order to secure the win. if that doesn't happen today, the top two candidates that will be the two candidates with the most votes in the election. we'll go to a runoff during the general election in november. and just a quick pro tip for you if you haven't yet voted. if you haven't not registered to vote yet, you can still do that today and any one of these polling places and then immediately cast your ballot. again. those polls will close at eight o'clock tonight. we're live this morning in san jose. i'm james torres. ktvu fox. two news dreams. thank you. there was also a number of big statewide races on the ballot today. governor gavin newsom seeking a second term and he's up against a couple dozen challenges, too. californians are also voting for state attorney general and u s senator , current senator alex padilla, who was appointed to the seat is seeking a full six year senate term state superintendent of public instruction is also on the ballot. today's election consider record for the lowest turnout in state history, according to political data intelligence, only 15% of
ballots were returned ahead of this election day. the lowest ever. overall turnout was back in 2014, which is 25% there are many more voters registered now , though the secretary of state's office says there are nearly 22 million registered voters. that's the highest percentage of eligible voters in a gubernatorial election in 68 years. we do hope you stay with ktvu as we bring you extensive coverage of today's election. you can follow the complete election results as the day goes on both here on the air and online news san jose police are looking for two men after a shooting at a public library. it happened after at least one man chased another into the hillview branch of the library that's on hopkins drive near fisher middle school on the east side of the city. it happened around 3 30 yesterday afternoon when about 20 people, including children and staff members were inside. it's done. they were not hurt. fortunately but many were frightened. police say the shooting is gang related, but so far no one has been arrested. it's really concerning, especially with everything that's going on in our country already. i mean, the fact that
you know this is what, like five steps from my house and i hear about gun violence. it's kind of crazy. you always think it's never going to hit home and then it's around the corner. police say the neighborhood is not known for being violent. other neighbors have another concern to that library is their polling place for today's election will be just learned that it will be open for voters today, but will remain closed to the public. this morning, san rafael residents are allowed to go back into an area that was forced to evacuate due to wildfire. the fire broke out about 10 o'clock last night. you're dominican university in a eucalyptus grove. authorities went door to door to evacuated people at homes along highland and summit avenues. in all, two acres burned before the flames stops spreading. those who were evacuated were allowed to go back to their homes. it just shows you that are fire season now is year round. if you look behind you can see the vegetation as dry. this is a very old eucalyptus grove. there's a lot of dead and down material on the on the ground.
crews spent the night mopping up while investigators search for the cause of the fire. mateo county fire department is telling people not to worry if they see smoke around san andreas lake dam today, agencies and public utilities commission are taking part in a five acre prescribed burn that starts at nine o'clock this morning. is meant to create defensible space and help train firefighters. biologists have checked the safety of native animals and plants. smoke will likely be seen in parts of san mateo belmonte said. carlos and burlingame. oakland city leaders are warning the public about a growing number of car break ins and two neighborhoods. police say burglars have been targeting vehicles near jack london square and around lake merritt. former oakland city council president ignacio de la fuente says he was the victim despite keeping his computer and other valuables hidden inside the trunk of his car. is hundreds of lives of hundreds of people every single week, henry in auckland has become, you know, people are afraid to go out to dinner, afraid to borrow the car. police across the bay area say you should remove all valuables from your car and put them out of
sight when you park and they say if you find yourself caught in the middle of a burglary in progress, do not try to stop them instead immediately called police after the suspects leave right now, 809 and today's morning commute the late bird is getting the worm sell because boy five am six am seven am hours were a mess in san francisco. they were really were gosha and day. they were really a mess and one of the things that i'm just kind of looking around here to see. is what what people have done. so the bay bridge is a mess into san francisco north bong 101 is backed up from near candlestick getting up to san francisco, and this is because of what chp is not calling three separate incidents that happened all about the same spot. at 88 1. oh 11 going in the northbound direction, one from the central freeway onto eastbound 80. it was right there where it all happened. there were several closures. two people were arrested for driving under the influence. one person died. it was on a motorcycle. it was just a big mess, cleaned it up. but
traffic getting in the san francisco is a mess. so let's talk about this region now, if you want to get into san francisco, some people have been using the same mateo bridge and heading up north on one on one. we are not forgetting the east bay, the east bay commute, which is really not affected so much. maybe some of these people are driving. to the same mateo bridge, but traffic and hayward has been slow and it continues to be slow in union city. we don't want to forget about the commute in contra costa county. we do have slow traffic on highway four and 6 80 this morning into walnut creek so a lot of these typical commutes are also slow. we haven't been paying a lot of attention just because san francisco is such a mess this morning. honestly 8 10, let's go back to the desk. thank you. pgd is working to prevent more blackouts once we get into the hot, dry, windy days of summer. coming up a closer look at a new battery storage system that can help keep the lights on when demand is high driver crashes into a restaurant, outdoor parking patio, and it was all caught on
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a restaurant outdoor patio. yeah. it's crazy, scary. their surveillance video shows the crash and san diego the driver was heading the wrong way. as we mentioned as you can see, barely misses a pedestrian. the owner of the restaurant says they spent the day cleaning up the mess, but it could have been much worse. this would have happened during the day or early afternoon or early evening. you know, it could have been a tragedy could have been 20 people that could have been very severely injured, and i'm just grateful that that didn't happen. the restaurant owner says the crash couldn't have come at a worse time, too, since more people are asking for outdoor dining with rising covid costs or cases. rather the driver was arrested. for d u i happening today. pg neil begin burying power lines underground in santa rosa moving those lines underground is meant to reduce the risk of wildfire and lower the need for safety related power outages. pgd plans to bury at least 175 miles of power lines this year. 400 more in
2023 43 of those miles will be moved underground here in the bay area, jeannie says it's working to do more to prevent blackouts when hot summer days put the electric grid to the test. or tom baker has a look at how a new battery storage system in monterey county is meant to provide backup electricity when demand is high. after years of planning, two years of building and six weeks of testing, pacific gas and electric commissioned its huge tesla mega pack battery energy storage system, called the o'korn project. alcorn project for me as a postcard from the future delivered today, this system represents one of if not the largest utility owned lithium ion battery energy storage system in the world. ppe genie can charge these batteries with cheap wind, solar and power plant power. when demand is low , it is modern technology deployable today, so it's this is not a research project. this is real clean energy, deploying
to the grid every day as we speak then whenever our ever increasing hot weather places huge demands for maximum power. the energy will be put into the grid to prevent blackouts and brownouts. it will provide me with enough energy to supply peak power to a quarter million homes for up to four hours. enough time to get to cooler, lower demand. evening temperatures is so impressed with the battery storage system . it already has contracts for almost 1000 megawatts of battery power with other companies. and plans to more than triple thatne real transitioning to zero carbn electricity, it's setting a stand.. so we're now serving almost two thirds of our electricity in california is coming from carbon free sources were going to build 100% clean energy grid in california is researching and looking to deploy every non carbon
generation system from this to solar to wind to giant spinning flywheels. to compressed air generation and even ocean wave generators. tom vacar ktvu, fox two news look at the roads south castaneda's here in cell house that problem in san francisco, looking out. well you know, andre and gosha, san francisco is not our only thing. we have a bunch of stuff going on. i'll get to that problem in san francisco. we have a car fire, blocking several lanes on saturday and 6 80, so it's just to the left of this picture. i'll show you that right after the 6 80 24 entertains, it looks good. kevin and i were looking around and we can see the smoke coming up from the car fire right behind this. hill sat down 6 80 is just a mess. andre asked about san francisco. getting into san francisco is a mess on the bridge because of an earlier problem. a deadly crash at the 81 oh one junction that blocked traffic in all directions.ttingt now from either direction north
and south on one. oh, one just really terrible. there it is. you can see on the road centers here north and 1 to 1 is backed up from candlestick. 5 80 westbound at harbor all lanes blocked with an injury crashed there on the way to the richmond bridge and 80 westbound near cutting. they're clearing a crash. this has been perhaps one of the worst days we've had in a long time. just take it easy out there. 8 18. let's bring rosemary for some calm in terms n and some weather. yes i agree . salad and we could definitely use that to this morning and we are looking at a pretty skies from up above. nothing to complain about. when it comes to the start of today. we've got low clouds along the coastline. if you look there, as we have a beautiful view of jacqueline is square, you can see some low clouds in the distance, a lot of fog along the coastline of that will pill away will be patchy. with the fog today and our inland cities, mostly sunny if you high clouds passing overhead. as a system moves to the pacific northwest. here's a
view storm tracker to the radar is quiet. it's a little dry out there in many areas, even though we have a very weak, localized onshore breeze. at up above. we've got some northerly and northeasterly flow going on out there so drier, warmer for today , right now, fairfield reporting and onshore breeze. 10 mph oakland coming in from the south at three, but those little arrows coming from this direction. talking about the flow that i mentioned just a moment ago. and if we check in on the relative humidity, you know, of course, the direction of the wind is a big deal. and here's a good indication here. we've got a southerly breeze in the sonoma mountains and it's 69 degrees, but the relative humidity is 49% then you look at ben lomond in the santa cruz mountains where it is a north and it just shifted. it was northeast. a little while ago and relative humidity is 42% so we've got a difference in the wind depending on where you're at that northeast flow and that northeast breeze dry things out
the future cast here showing you as we get into the second part of the afternoon low clouds along the coastline mid high, mid and high level clouds sweeping across the bay area again. those clouds coming from the north outside of that is going to be all about the warrant for inland cities. temperatures are ticking upward for today. 54 degrees in nevada right now, 54 in san francisco sixties and walnut creek, low sixties san jose. and then as we get into the afternoon will go low sixties at the coast in livermore upper eighties expected anti aachen the north bay 84 for napa in oakland, 72 in oakland. we've got 66 expected for san francisco. the extended forecast here. temperatures moving upward into wednesday and then a more notable jump coming on thursday . temperatures peak on friday winner inland cities get close to 100 degrees, at least the hottest spots nearly 90 degrees for warmer locations around the bay and seventies at the coast. going to be a beautiful day along the beach there on friday. but then another change coming our way in time for the weekend, temperatures do begin to cool
down and by sunday sixties at the council of seventies around the bay or mid upper seventies, i should say low eighties expected inland back to you. is gonna be feeling hot several days this week rosemary and after the break, four suspected monkeypox cases reported in sacramento county health officials are saying about all these cases. also local chefs are ditching a favorite kind of roll. the potato roll used on many burgers. after break what's many burgers. after break what's causing them i've lived in san francisco for 20 years. i'm raising my kids here. this city is now less safe for all of us. chesa boudin is failing to hold repeat offenders accountable. he prosecuted zero fentanyl drug dealing cases, even though nearly 500 people have died of overdoses. i'm voting yes on h to recall chesa boudin now. we can't wait one more day when people are dying on our streets.
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fras in the national spotlight with chaser bodine and people working to unseat him say just before voters decide the fate of proposition h and family members of a safeway workers shot and killed by an alleged shoplifter are grieving. what they say about how important is job was to him and when investigators are doing as they search for his killer from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto and welcome back. i'm gasia mikaelian the end andre senior. thank you so much for joining us. it is tuesday, june 7th election day, in fact, are tomblin turned things over to meteorologists rosemary oroczo with a look at the forecast, and it's going to be warming up. i don't want to wear this suit outside. that's for sure. no no, no. no well along the coastline around the bay. not too bad, but if you are inland today, you'll definitely notice things are heating up
this warming trend continuing all the way through the business week for today, a little bit of patchy fog along the coastline and mostly sunny for the rest of us with just a few high clouds out there for today along the coastal and low sixties, expected in pacifica seventies around the bay. upper eighties expected for inland areas like antioch. better details on what you can expect for your neighborhood coming up in just a little bit at 8 31. let's check in with cell and all that traffic trouble out there this morning south. it's been tough getting into san francisco because of an earlier crash. it was there for a long time. the crash is gone. it was right near 81. oh, one so getting into san francisco is slow from the bay bridge all the way across. you can always tell when you see the carpool lanes at the bay bridge slow. that means it's just terrible on the bridge. and it was a deadly crash. that was there for a long time. san francisco itself nor anyone. one looks like a bad afternoon commute. it's backed up from near candlestick all the way up in because of this crash that really affected traffic in all directions at the 81 oh one split east bay westbound 5 88 harbor. they're clearing a crash
on the way to the richmond bridge that's been terribly slow. getting over the marine. so almost everywhere you look there traffic issues, and it's not even raining. 8 31. let's go back to the desk. alright let's just focus a little bit more on that crash that really snarled the morning commute. a man riding a motorcycle was killed at about 3 30 this morning when he was involved in a collision was thrown from his motorcycle. southbound highway one oh one connector to interstate 80 in san francisco. the motorcyclist went off the ramp and landed on a moving car below that car stopped. the motorcyclist was hit by another car. this is what snarled the morning commute for so many people this morning in san francisco, has been reporting throughout his traffic reports. the traffic impact of this has unwound, but certainly the investigation into exactly what happened is really just beginning today in san francisco supporters and opponents of the recall election for district attorney jason bodeen will hold the last minute event to get out the vote. ktvu sally rasmus is in the san francisco with much more on the story, ali andrzej, we're at the visitor zero and
hes where you can see a one of the supporters of chaser bodine , district attorney for san francisco out here with her sign that says no. on measure. h, of course, is the recall election, in fact, just minutes ago san francisco district attorney boudin himself was out here on this corner. we can show you some of the video of that he was shaking hands, with voters asking people walking by for their support. in rejecting the recall so that he can keep his seat and finish the rest of his term that he was elected to back in 2019. recent polls show that the recall race is either really close or with boudin, possibly losing his seat after today, when we talked to him minutes ago, though, he said he was feeling optimistic. here's what he had to say. voters are really smart san francisco voters they're smart. they dig in. they do their research and their homework. when those polls were done, folks weren't paying close attention. and now that folks are looking at the details and facts. they see that we're doing the job were elected to do and that everybody they trust is recommending a no vote on
proposition nature. you have multiple multiple examples of decisions, individual decisions that he's made that really do hurt the reform of men at the end of the day. aberdeen and his supporters have criticized this recall effort as a republican funded effort to stop progressive reforms of the criminal justice system. but only 7% of voters in san francisco are registered republicans. verdeans opponents the groups supporting the recall supporting measure h include many democrats in the city. they say things like crimes like car break ins and drug dealing, have gotten out of hand, and they believe the district attorney's office is not holding them. accountable the latest polls again on the recall show a very close race. the supporters of measure h are going to be doing some phone banking as well. they're also in another neighborhood in the city right now going door to door, handing out their leaflets asking voters for their support. but again here in divisadero supporter of chasing boudin. she's following the attorney general or excuse me, the district attorney who is out here, meeting voters and
talking to them face to face on this election day, so we're going to be heading to another part of the city where the supporters have measure age. are taking on their efforts this morning live in san francisco. ali rasmus ktvu. box two news. thank you. if you haven't voted , yet, you do have options. every californian who is registered to vote got the mailing ballot. but you can you have to make sure it is in the mail today or drop off at a polling place or ballot box by the time polls closed at 11 pm or eight pm, rather, we'll have links to each county's drop off location on our website ktvu .com. if you are not registered to vote, you can still do so you can go to a polling place or vote center and register to vote and cast a ballot. then your ballot will be counted once he county verifies your registration. supreme court is siding with the city of oakland, saying the city can force landlords to compensate evicted tenants for moving expenses. a landlord couple suit oakland over a law that requires homeowners who have tenants to move back into their own properties to pay for those moving costs. the plaintiff's claim the rule penalize them for
using their own property. the supreme court agreed with a lower court ruling that cities have the right to regulate how property owners use land. staying in oakland happening today, the city council will debate several major proposals on housing and homelessness. at today's meeting, the council will consider creating a rental registry so people could see how much other tenants are paying in rent. san francisco, berkeley and richmond already have such a system. the council would also consider a proposal to build 1000 bed homeless shelter in west oakland at what used to be the side of the oakland army base will also hold a required second reading of a rent cap for rent controlled homes passed last week by the council, the red hot area real estate market could be in for a cool down even though prices are higher than ever. the number of home sales is slowing, according to the bay area news group. home prices across the region saw another month of double digit increases the spring, but experts say the recent rise in mortgage interest rates is likely to slow down the home buying frenzy and that could start to have an impact on prices. facing the buyer frenzy is starting to slow down and
that should continue as more inventory is planning market over the next couple of weeks. certainly we're not hitting the housing bubble. i think this is a healthy correction. where buyers can actually get out and send them, you know, have competition with 20 other buyers , and maybe they have no competition or just a couple of other buyers that they're competing with. yeah that's why realtors say right now, it could be a good chance to put in a bid for a house and it may also mean we could soon see prices level out family members of a safeway employee who was shot and killed during a confrontation with the suspected thief early sunday morning say they are in shock. police say 24 year old manuel cornejo was shot to death at the safeway on hamilton's avenue in the willow glen neighborhood is co workers say the cornea was trying to stop a shoplifter from stealing alcohol when he was shot and killed. that's a good kid, man. he was. it was just a good kid dedicated work. jim home. he was nothing about he was not on a australian. he was just a good kid. he loves wwe.
many stores, including safeway, have policies that mean employees are not supposed to confront shoplifters. investigators say they hope surveillance video from surrounding homes and businesses will help them identify a suspect. this killing mark san jose's 14th homicide of the year . the owner of several eyewear stores in san francisco says he is fed up about getting robbed, he says the same people are responsible and in the latest robbery they attacked one of his employees, dbs elissa harrington reports. what am i going to do? this continues to happen. james peo, the owner of designer eyewear store, video optics in san francisco, shared these pictures of his shop on union street after a robbery two weeks ago. this is what one of the display shelves should look like . this is what it looked like after thousands of dollars worth of merchandise was taken just in the last two weeks alone. we've had over $56,000 stolen from us security cameras captured pictures of the suspects. paypal said calls to police did nothing
. and monday the thieves returned this time hitting their second location on valencia street. two gentlemen pushed their way into the door. we know who they are said hey, you! you're not allowed to come in here. there were two of my employees there. they pushed their way into the door. they had their little white bags and they started filling it up. employees told them to leave. a female optician grabbed some of the lenses when peo said she was pepper sprayed my female employees getting pepper sprayed in her face. and they just come in and stole $56,000 worth of merchandise, not getting help. there's how do the other business owners feel? i mean, this is it's unacceptable. it's unacceptable period. this must end now to hear her get hurt. it's gut wrenching like it hits right in your heart. jesse pasco works at the mission district location, he said the suspects ran into that stage where i think can be done. luckily we had police right outside the store this time driving by so that could run by and they could try and chase them. but all the
other location we called and this was last week. we still haven't heard from the police or had anything come in and want people that target small businesses prosecuted. they have pictures. witnesses in the log of stolen items but still feel helpless. with each robbery. insurance costs go up. and they're worried about employees safety, said he's not sure how much more he can take this market since 2000 and nine and at this point i literally feel like i have a hand around my neck. i need to get out of san francisco unless we have some politicians that are willing to do something about it. i'm elissa harrington ktvu, fox two news. 8 40 will swing back to rosemary oroczo. because rosemary, you are detailing of forecast. we really haven't seen recently. when it comes to barry weather. it was just a few days ago that we were enjoying some rain here in the bay area if you enjoy the warmer weather. well i've got some great news for you. it's going to heat up, especially for inland cities. a taste of summer coming our way. here's a look over oakland and
the blue skies. we do have good to moderate air quality in store for today, as we know once the temperature start to warm and the winds died down, or quality tends to suffer just a little bit. but for today, we're looking good storm tracker to here showing you we've got some clouds there along the coastline. so we'll go. partly cloudy for the coast today mostly clear for the rest of us. we will have a few high clouds that kind of drift overhead as the system moves through the pacific northwest, and we are just on the southern edge of that. for today, fairfield reporting a little bit of an onshore breeze at 13, mph. oakland coming in from the south at three napa southwest at five. so when it comes to the localized seabreeze. it's still out there, but we also have that northerly flow coming in from all over areas higher up above and that is going to dry things out. getting into the days ahead. 54 degrees right now. in san francisco, we have low sixties and walnut creek. 59 degrees outside your door. napa these temperatures are similar to where we started yesterday. brentwood already 74 for you there, you know, it's going to
be a warm wind in your neighborhood when you're 74 degrees at 8 40 in the morning. here is the comparison yesterday into today and we're going for 84 today in napa as well as livermore coming up by a few degrees in redwood city. 80 degrees expected for you there in san jose, checking in at 81. yesterday we were right about average today, perhaps just slightly above average and climbing getting into friday when temperatures peak for the afternoon today along the peninsula 80 degrees in redwood city for the inner east bay 85. expected in concord, 84. over napa low seventies for oakland today 66 in the city of san francisco. if you're going to see the giants play temperatures will be cooling off and we will have the onshore breeze right out there at oracle parka for the evening hours, so bring the extra layers. temperatures will come up just slightly getting into your bay area wednesday, then a more robust warm up in time for thursday and friday, upper eighties to about 90 degrees expected around the bay upper nineties for some of our hotter spots inland. we do begin to cool things down in time for
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i think the biggest problem we have right now is if you're trying to get to marin westbound 5 80 on the richmond bridge approached at harbor. there's a craft that's blocking most of the lanes here. it's been a singular for a while, and people are no trickling through, but it's been very, very slow. we've also been talking about the way into san francisco. we had a crash 80 at 101. it affected really all directions and has made a mess of that san francisco commute in and out, so dont wanna one is slow, westbound area slow. if you want to take transit, that would be your best bet today. let's talk about some of these other commutes here on the east bank commutes at about 8 80 is kind of slow from saying leandro. some people have been using that same mateo bridge. people say, why are all these people on the same mateo bridge? well, they want to avoid the bay bridge. dunbarton bridge has been pretty good. it's a tough morning almost everywhere. a lot of crashes on 8 80 between hayward and union city. 8 51. let's go to rosemary, who's doing today's weather? painful to look at? just imagine all the frustration
out there this morning. all right, thank you very much. good morning to you. we are going to heat things up. the warming trend continues into your afternoon temperatures reaching into the upper eighties, far inland cities. here's a beautiful view of the oakland skyline where we do have mostly blue skies here a little bit of fog along the coastline for today, and a few high clouds passing overhead as well. the storm tracker to showing you the radar is quiet. we are drying things out with this pattern in place. warmer drier for the days ahead, and there's that fog right along the coastline. partly cloudy for today along the coast will go mostly clear for the rest of us, but we are just on the southern fringe of this system here that will bring some action in the pacific northwest. isn't that just a beautiful view? my goodness, that storm taking some rain all the way into areas over canada but for us not going to reach us just those clouds overhead and as we get through the afternoon , i'll stop it at one o'clock, noticed there they are, so perhaps a bit of soft sunlight at times a little bit of that thicker, low cloud cover along the coastline into the late part
of the afternoon and early evening hours more of the same along the coast. partly cloudy conditions the coastal fog will remain with us this week. the onshore breeze not going away completely, but it will scale back and be right there just along the coastline, keeping the coast fairly comfortable in addition to the warmer weather, of course, the drier weather and the increase in fire danger at least about friday before things start to switch up once again. 54 degrees right now in san francisco, we have upper fifties outside your door napa. 74 already in brentwood this morning for our south bay 61 reported in san jose. your afternoon highs for today. upper sixties san francisco mid eighties expected in concord, low 80 san jose in the north bay, a pair of 84 for areas like santa rosa, as well as napa going to the giants game for today, so it's 66 the afternoon high, but by game time at 6 45. low sixties in the forecast that west breeze picking up to 15 mph means you need your layers because that sea breeze will cool things down as we get into the evening hours, he extended forecast here temperatures
slightly warmer tomorrow, a bigger jump on thursday, peaking on friday when our inland cities get close to 100 degrees will go 90 around the bay, a beautiful day at the beach seventies expected along the coastline. then the pattern changes. a trough helps to cool things back . we've got temperatures in the low eighties by sunday for inland cities seventies around the bay and sixties at the coast back to you, rosemary. coming up on the nine where live with a political writer for the chronicle about what you need to know if you have yet to turn in your ballot, but first, so details on the program in san francisco that's helping pave the career paths of several teens. and young workers after the break out, the technique used in the program can help (music throughout)
i joined the district attorney's office to pursue justice for everyone. but like so many of my colleagues, i resigned in protest because chesa boudin interfered in every single case and failed to do his job. the office is absolutely in disarray right now. chesa dissolved my unit prosecuting car break-ins. now criminals flock to san francisco because there are no consequences. we can't wait. recall chesa boudin now.
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a customer who stole a laptop from a restaurant. a representative from gino's pizza says she gave these store staff hard time and when workers left the front counter. she picked up the laptop and left. officials at the pizza shop said the woman goes by the name camilla's on doordash, and she has a mandala tattoo on her arm. she was last seen leaving in a white car, possibly a nissan. juneteenth is now an official holiday. in los angeles mayor eric garcetti signed a proclamation making juneteenth paid holiday for all city employees. juneteenth marks the end of slavery in america. mayor garcetti says the holidays needed to make sure everyone knows what the day means. and so we are here to officially designate juneteenth as a day that will be celebrated as a holiday and honored in the city of angels here in los angeles. beginning this year, juneteenth will be a paid city holiday for our city employees. juneteenth is on june 19th. last year, the president signed a new law making juneteenth a federal holiday. the us mint has released a quarter paying tribute to wilma man killer, the
first woman elected principal chief of the cherokee nation. part of the american women quarters program. man killers quarter is the third in the series. she joins writer maya angelo and astronaut sally ride on the quarter man killer has shown wrapped in a traditional show with the cherokee nation, seven pointed star. it's election day, and all eyes are on the effort to recall san francisco district attorney chaser boudin, the latest on those efforts and on other key races that are being decided by voters. also ahead. i know many people are frustrated and tired of hearing about gun violence. they're frustrated and tired of seeing incidents of violence in their communities, and it's shocking that has happened here at a library in san jose. an investigation is underway in the south bay after gunfire erupts inside of public library when children are present the concerns parents have about safety for themselves and their little ones. plus we're learning more about the victim in san jose, who was shot and killed while working in a safeway store. now that man's family is