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an 11:00 p.m. deadline came and went. protesters here at san jose plaza say they are not leaving. a pilot forced to ditch his plane into the pacific after taking off from a northern california airport and a crackdown on an ongoing problem. the new restrictions raised in oakland to combat prostitution. good morning, everyone. i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm in kor claudine wong. let's go to rosemary for the
forecast. >> how about nice and dry? hopefully you will approve of that this morning, off to a chilly start, not as cold as yesterday but you will need that jacket getting out early this morning in many cases. afternoon highs ranging from 60s along the coast to near 80 degrees inland. we will pinpoint your neighborhood coming up. >> about 30 pro terses are camped outside san jose city hall despite the threat of being arrested. allie rasmus is live with more on what those protesters plan to do. allie? >> they call themselves occupy san jose and this is their setup out here. last night, they had about 30 people out here as you mentioned. they are taking part in one dozens of protest across the country, condition demg what they say is greed and corporate corruption on wall street. they are get that go message across with some of their signs. there are five tents out here. these protesters camped overnight despite warnings from city officials and police that it is a violation of city
ordinances to do so. 11:00 last night was supposed to be the deadline for removing these tents but, so far, police have not come out. they have not cited any one here and they have not told the protesters to leave. they are staying put. an attorney for the group says that other pro at thes and activists have been allowed to set up their camp site to protest issues at san jose city hall plaza. their attorney says that telling these protesters to leave is selective process. they have applied the ordinance in the past to allow them to camp. my clients are being denied the right to be here based on the content of their speech. >> the city does value free speech. we have demonstrated that by trying to work with them to this point. it's that limitation on camping and overnight occupancy on property that we need to
enforce. >> reporter: right now, protesters with occupy sacramento have taken over parts of cesar chavez park. one person has been arrested. as the weekend continues, police say their resources are being stretched thin and are hoping that people drinking in the downtown area do not make the situation worse. >> crowds are going, people possibly driving under the influence, people are driving by, yelling, screaming. we hope that people don't join the protest just to do something on a friday night. that's what we were concerned with. >> on thursday, police arrested 20 people who had attempted to protest through the night. they say it is against the law to camp overnight in the park but protesters said they are not going anywhere. we have video this morning of a small plane making an emergency landing off the hawaiian coast. the pilot took off from monterey and noticed he was running out of fuel about 500
miles off the coast of hilo on the big island. the 65-year-old pilot left early. he radioed the coast guard for help as soon as he noticed he was short on fuel. the coast guard sent a plane to fly alongside him and a cutter as well. a rescue swimmer helped hoist the pilot to the helicopter. the pilot was taken to the hospital with minor injuries new restrictions are being enforced to three hotels known for prostitution. an alameda county judges ruled that the hotel owners must install eight foot fences and have cameras to record the faces of everyone on the property and make that available to city officials. the trial to shut down those hotels completely is set for february 10th at least three people are injured after a drive-by
shooting outside an oakland liquor store. police responded to reports of gunshots around 11:00 p.m. a car with an unknown number of people opened fire on the store at 90th avenue near olive street. one person was transported to the hospital. early this morning, two other people checked themselves into the hospital. so far, there is no word on their condition but police say their injuries do not appear to be life threatening. >> the city of san leandro is getting ready to offer a $10,000 reward for information on the warehouse party shooting that killed three people last weekend. >> there is so much stuff going on. >> friend of the three victims gathered yesterday for a small vigil. 23-year-old joshua alford, 19- year-old chanise keel and lanisha worthing ton have all been kill in that shooting. police are not receiving any tips. >> something is keeping
potential witnesses away from us. i'm not trying to get anybody out there who has information in trouble but i just want a name, get pointed in the right direction and our investigation will take care of the rest. >> the shooter is described as a young, slim black man with shoulder length hair and gold teeth. a crash happened in the northbound lane in the northbound lane near elowen boulevard. passers by pulled the big rig driver out of his cab. his condition is unknown and it's not clear what caused the big rig to overturn. this morning, b.a.r.t. completed a survey about changing the weekend service. the proposed plan is to delay saturday morning service by 20 minutes. the proposal includes an early morning bus shuttle to b.a.r.t.
stations. this morning b.a.r.t. workers were out getting feedback at four san francisco stations. the board is expected to vote next month. board members voted against a similar proposal in june. the major concern is that the changes would hurt saturday riders. >> the parade of ship also officially kick off today ales fleet week eend. giving you a live look right now. pat raid of ships starts at 11:00 a.m. followed by the air show at 12:30. this will include a performance by the blue angels. yesterday, they flew their fa- 18 hornets. after touching down, they went over to peer 39 for a seas meet and greet with fans. most people we spoke to said that the blue angels performance is a highlight of fleet week and the pilots agreed that this san francisco stop is one the best on the tour. >> if there is a better venue for an air show than san francisco, i have not seen it.
we have flown over some beautiful, beautiful places. the fact that golden gate bridge and alcatraz are the back drop, and people along the shore line, that ate great feeling. >> the pilots left the meet and greet promising fans a spectacular show this weekend. here is a look at this weekend's fleet week schedule. the air show takes place today and tomorrow starting at 12:30 with the blue angels performing at 3:00. and people can tour some of the ships before they head back out to sea the follow day. our weather for this weekend is, well, just about perfect. we've got a few low clouds here you can see. a little bit of patchy fog hanging out there over the coast. this is going to dissipate quickly. it is out there, especially along the coast line. most of us visiting with cloudy skies. 42 degrees right now, napa.
47 in santa rosa. early morning soccer games, yes, bring along the jackets. 53 degrees right now in mountain view. satellite radar showing you that clear sky. we have the storm track now pushed to the north. disturbance way back over here will actually brush our area come monday. that's going to bring us a few high clouds and that's going to be about it. we are looking at dry weather, mild weather and a warmup expected for next week. 60s and 70s for the forecast. nearing 80 degrees for the warmer spots. looking at 78 for sonoma, 74 kentsville, 73 san raphael. richmond checking in at about 70 degrees. east bay, upper 60s. 69 in alameda for the afternoon. a pleasant day in pleasanton. 77 expected for you. 77 livermore.
78 degrees antioch. how about the south bay? a nice day. 75 expectd in san jose. wind will be light coming in from the northwest and for the afternoon. the west, 73 for fremont. 72 sunny vale. fur headed out to the peer to watch the fleet week activity, we are looking at 68 degrees this afternoon for san francisco. 9 for san bruno. low, mid even upper 60ed. ex-fended forecast, a gorgeous week. temperatures will be very similar for tomorrow. again, high cloud expected in the forecast for your monday. we may actually see a slight little dip. it's not going to be a whole lot. we rebound into the 80s this time around. we have your day planner coming in just a little bit. >> thanks, rosemary. up next, reports about a funeral for steve jobs and how two of apple's main competitors are planning to remember the former ceo next week.
and governor brown signed several controversial bills into law tomorrow. what they mean for people right here in the bay area. and taking a look at the bridge traffic right now on the bay bridge. pretty clear today. nice weather right ahead to what it going to be a really great day. see you back here in just a minute.
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the authorized biography. jobs hired walter isaacson to write the book. he said that jobs wanted his children to know details about his life. preorders for the apple iphone 4s has been strong. iphone 4s feature a faster processer, an 8 megapixel camera. google postponed an announcement out of respect for steve jobs. the two companies were going to unveil a new nexus phone. the new date for the event has not been announced governor jerry brown signed several bills into law in an effort to improve the safety.
state's natural pipelines. the governor signed five bills in response to last year's deadly explosion. brown says every possible step must be taken to keep a san bruno type explosion from happening again. the governor also signed a bill banning the sale, trade and possession of shark fins. the goal toys protect the shrinking shark population. opponents called the bill an assault on asian culture. as shark fin soup is a delicacy in the asian community. cal yais the fourth state to ban shark fin after hoo way, washington and oregon. >> and cool school employees are now allowed to apply antiseizure medication to
epileptic children. and no initiatives from primary elections. they must take place in general elections. in his weekly video address, president obama is again challenging congressional republicans to pass his jobs bills. >> some see this as class warfare. i see it as a sample choice. we can either keep taxes exactly as they are for millionaires and billionaires or we can ask them to pay at least the same rate as the plumber or bus driver. >> senate democrats will vote on the job on tuesday but right now it's not expected to get enough votes to move ahead. >> republicans released their own video featuring south dakota governor. >> it's nothing but a rehash of the same failed ideas he has already tried, combined with a huge tax increase. this is a cynical political ploy that's designed not to create jobs for struggling americans but to save the
president's own job. >> the senator did give some credit to the president for submitting new trade deals to congress. a vote on those deals is set for this week. republican presidential candidate rick perry is distancing himself from a prominent texas pastor after the pastor called mormonism a cult. he made the comment after introducing perry. he called mitt romney a good moral person but non-christian. jeffers added mormonism is considered a cult by mainstream christianity. the pastor e labor day his comments on cnn. that's not some fannaticcal comment. this is the stand of the southern baptist movement. >> perry's campaign does not agree with the comment.
mitt romney will address the same crowd that heard interest pastor jeffers at the summit, gathering of social conservatives is expected to give romney an opportunity to capture some support. many of those voters say they have been hesitant to support romney because of his past positions on social issues. >> firefighters are on the scene of a train derailment in parked huge flames. we first brought you live pictures of the fire yesterday morning on ktvu channel 2 news. now, more than 24 hours later, firefighters are there again trying to contain hot spots. highly flammable ethanol are fueling the flames. hundreds of people living nearby had to evacuate. >> it's like a jet stream and then i see a glow to the east and i thought, well, something bad has happened. >> those evacuated residents have been allowed to return home this morning
the search continues in missouri for a missing ten month old baby girl. fbi agents searched the landfill near kansas city yesterday hoping to find any clues in the disappearance of lisa irwin. volunteers spent time going door to door. the child's parents say that someone snatched their daughter from their crib but the parents are no longer cooperateingwith police after the mother was told she failed a lie detector test. fourth day in a row searching for a missing man from smack. a car blopging to 30-year-old andton mutu was found wednesday in a parking lot at armstrong state reserve. his wife filed a missing persons report on tuesday when he failed to return. a law enforcement officer say there are no signs of foul play. more than a year after that oil spill in mexico, the alarming effect it is still having on the fishing industry
and a woman's car stolen and crashed. the person mind the wheel even surprised the police and what monitors are pointing to for your neighborhood. it feels like help is never far away. it feels like you're protected against life's little mishaps. it feels like you'll make it home. that's what it feels like to be a member.
japan has grounded its f-15 fighter jets after a missile and tank fell. it include all missions except emergency missions and it will last until the safety of all jets have been confirm. thinks the second time that the f-15 fleet has been grounded in just the past three months at least two people are dead and five missing after this mudslide in northwestern colombia. heavy rains triggered the mudslide which flushed away five homes. rescue workers are still searching for a father and his four children who were inside the home when the mudslide started. his wife harass been rescued
and she is awaiting word on her family at a nearby hospital. new zealand says that oil has stopped leaking from a ship. most of the fuel still remains in the ship. now, crews are scramble to remove it. a few sea birds have been found dead. there is still no word on exactly how much fuel spilled into the water. the department of wildlife and fisheries is dale another blow to the oyster industry. more testing is needed to make sure that the seafood is safe for people to eat. oiser fishingermen in louisiana say they understand the concern but since it happened, the oil spill has delivered a severe blow to their livelihood. >> i'm probably about 50% right now less than what i usually make in a year. >> once the at the timing is complete, louisiana officials have come up with a way to let
people know that their food is safe. they plan to post the result on a new website called gulf source.org. all the testing is being paid for by an $18 million grants from bp. stanford at home against colorado, fleet week activity, just a lot going on in the bay area and, rosemary, looks like blue skies for the day. >> and don't forget the pumpkin patches. and taking a look at the sunrise. rose about 10 minutes or so ago, 11 1/2 hours of sunshine expected for today. the sun will set just before 7:00, about a quarter still. so our night are growing longer. this morning, a chill in the air. widespread 40s for the north bay. 40s and 50s around the inland area. get outearly.
you may catch that. lunchtime, rest of us, low. into the afternoon. temperatures near normal. 60s for the coast line. near 80 degrees inland. 77 will be the afternoon high for santa rosa, mid-70s. 76 expected at concord today. 73 in fremont, 75 in san jose, 72 senate yo. 68 degrees this afternoon. if you are heading out to the activities for fleet week. extended forecast here, not a lot of change expected for sunday. on monday, we may notice some changes, especially along the north bay. we'll be brushed with just the tail end of a disturbance moving to the pacific northwest. temperatures will drop back just a bit. over the north bay, partly to mostly cloudy skies. maybe even a little bit of drizzle. tuesday, wednesday, we are bouncing back into the 80s this time around into the inland areas. approaching 70 degrees for the
coast. back to you. >> looks great. thanks, rosemary. >> this morning, a woman in arizona is reacting to the news that her car was totaled by a joy riding ten-year-old. earlier this week, the boy took this red suv for a little spin before crashing it into several parked cars. his five-year-old brother and a 12-year-old friend were also in the truck. sisters maria caperone and maria salazar with a at their parent when it happened. >> my car is totaled. >> the ten-year-old has been staying with his uncle because his parents live in mexico. they are still deciding whether any charges will be filed. nobody was injured in that accident. lucky thing, too. plans for a new 49ers stadium in santa clara are moving ahead. we now know when the construction is set to begin. >> it was quick. not just a bullet. >> a survivor's chilling account of a deadly workplace
police told them it was time to go. good morning, everyone. welcome back to mornings on 2. i'm mike mibach. the time is coming up on 8:00. right now, those protesters remain camped out near some city hall. ktvu allie rasmus is there on why police are threatening to issue citations. >> reporter: protesters call themselves occupy san jose. they are taking part in one of dozens of protests like this across the country, condemning what they say is greed a and corruption on wall street. these tents have been here since sunday, so almost a full week. city leaders say they are not allowed to camp and set up these five tents here. the city says that's a violation of city laws. and 11:00 was supposed to be the deadline to take down the tents but the tents and
protesters are still here standing their ground. police did not come by last night. doug joins us with the group occupy san jose you have been here for at least a few days. you spent the night in this tent right here. >> yes, i did? what were you expecting last night. >> we were told that the police would be coming at about 12 or 11:30 and, at that time, they would be telling us we need to leave. but, you know, obviously we are still here and they did not show up for the evening. >> how did you all decide that you were going to stay here despite the threat of arrest and citation. >> we did have a general meeting out here yesterday evening. at that time, it was decide that had those people who were willing to and made the conscious choice to stay out here would stay. and, you know, knowing that there was a good chance of eier citation or arrest. and those people who wanted to made that decision at that time >> reporter: the city says that their ordinances are clear that, first of all, you can't camp on city hall plaza but if you want to conjugate, you need
to pay -- congregate, you had to pay for a permit. >> we were working on a precedent. there have been protest in the area who were not asked to pay for a permit. there was the protest which happened a couple of years back dealing with the -- dealing with the little saigon business district or naming controversy and they were not requested to get a permit. they were allowed to stay for well over a month. there have been in addition some other groups in the past which stayed out here and have not been required to do so. we are looking at precedent and they would be applying their laws ununiformly in doing so. >> reporter: in your mind, this is selective enforcement, telling you guys to leave when the city has not told other activists to leave in the past? >> yes, we see it that way.
>> reporter: doug jones with okay pay san jose. he has been here several days. he spnt the night last night and has been here since sunday. protesters plan to stay here indefinitely until they are cited or arrested by police. allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news parents in sunny vale are now demanding to know why city schoolwill reop thursday morning while a killer remains at large. on wednesday, schools were shut down while a manhunt was conducted for shareef all mapp, the man who police say had killed three coworkers. police advised the santa clara school district it was safe to reopen the schools. later that mornings allman was shot and killed outside of a home in a neighborhood where police had been searching.
we are now hearing from one of the men who was shot. michael ambrosio said that he was one of the luck yu ones will allman walked into a meeting, left and returned with an assault and rifle and assault weapon. that's when he opened fire on everyone. i was bleeding. i was worried about my brain. i kept on praying inside. >> ambrosio said he played dead hoping it would save his life. by the time allman stopped shooting and fled the scene, three people had sufort gunshots and six, including ambrosio was injured. he says he always will be haunted by what happened and what he could have done differently. >> and we are hearing from dispatchers as they learned about the shooting at the car why. >> the scene is not secure.
>> dispatchers can also be heard warning the first responders that the suspect is armed with multiple weapons and dangerous. they are being credit for remaining calm and providing important information to fire and police during that tense situation. you can hear that recording and the entire interview with the one victim who was shot. go to ktvu.com and look for the quarry shooting tab. >> parents are protesting the proposed closure of oakland's maxwell park elementary school. it is one of five schools that may close at the en of the year. a final vote by the oakland school board is scheduled in about two and a half weeks. parents say they plan to hold the protests at 2:00 this afternoon the federal government is ordering four bay area medical marijuana clubs to shut down within the next 45 days. the federal government says that medi-thrive anders are too close to schools and
playground. the precip pal at nearby marshall elementary school called the agency a good neighbor. >> i think the federal government has a lot other problems. my parent and my community were against it. we had issues. i feel much more strongly about it. >> the crackdown harass been announced by the department of justice. attorneys say that too many clubs are abusing the medical marijuana system and too focused on making money a san jose police officer is out of the hospital after struggling with a man who took the officer's gun. this is a booking photo of the suspect, 27-year-old jason evans who remains at valley medical center. evans wrestled the officer's gun away during a scuffle yesterday morning. police say that evans pointed the gun at officers prompting them to fire. evans was not hit but the officer whose gun was taken chased evans down with his patrol car and hit him bringing the incident to an end
yowsef bay ii will spend the rest of his life if prison. yesterday, prosecutors decided to stop torture and kidnapping to spare the witnesses from testifying and transfer bay to jail. it is expected he will serve his term at pelican day or even a prison at arizona and mississippi where california contracts out some of it prisoners. an end undercovering officer was pulled over. he was cited for impersonating an officer and arrested on and unrelated warrant. the man was only trying to ask the undercover officer a question, he says. >> catalytic converter thieves are at work again in petaluma.
police say that converters were stolen off three cars yesterday. there was a similar string of thefts back in april when thieves stole 20 converters. police have arrested two people in those cases many the exhaust devices can be resold for 40 to $200 and can cost as much as $2000 to repair. walnut creek is offering up free parking on four additional holidays but some say that's not enough to ease the frustration over parking problems. drivers will now be able to park for free and martin luther king day, president's day, columbus and veterans day. the additional holidays are part of an several bycouncil members a more parking friendly lace. >> we're going to make it easier for people to park in our parking garages, create flexible policies, create easier ways to pay. >> business openers say that the will be of parking is bad
for business and some walnut creek residents tell ktvu they should not have to pay for parking because they live in the city. four additional free day also cost the city about $15,000. but beware, the new plans have not taken taken into effect yet. you will still need to feed the meters this mondays which is columbus day. and the new 49ers stadium plan is moving ahead. the stadium is set to open for the 2015 season the san jose sharks begin their quest for a stanley cup. they host the phoenix coyotes at the shark tank tonight. the sharks are holing a street rally next to hp pavilion before the game and that will have live music and game and the rally is free and open to
the public. and we have some breaking news coming into the ktvu newsroom this morning. the oakland raiders have announced this morning that long-time owner al davis has died. the team made that announcement on it website with the message, al days, july 4th, 1929 to october 8, 2011. nothing else was said except that the team will issue a statement later today. good morning to you. giving you a live look here. we have just a fabulous forecast for your weekend. hopefully you have plans outdoors. waking up with a little bit of fog out there this morning, low clouds expected to burn off, especially at the coast line. off to a chilly start although we are warmer than yesterday. 43 in napa, 54 in san francisco. low 50s outside your door in oakland. you are checking in right about
51 degrees in san jose. a little bit chilly out there. clear skies along the coast line. a ridge of high pressure that will be in control of the weather pattern through the week. we do have subtle changes, a possibility come monday. we have a system of disturbance out near the aleuthian islands. it will bring a slight possibility of maybe a few scattered showers. i hate to mention it after all the rain that we saw earlier this week but here we go. we are into saturday, mostly clear skies. sunday morning, maybe wake up with low clouds. monday morning, clouds are back with us. now we are getting high clouds. this is just the tail end of this system that is faced primarily to the north but comes all the way down to iew eukia. just want to err on the side of
caution. dry and mild, a little bit of patchy fog this morning. warmer than what we have seen recently and near normal in most cases. swid spread 70s for the day. 73 in san raphel. 71 in oakland. 68 in san francisco. mid- to upper 70s around antioch, headed into the santa clara valley, 74 expected mountain view. 77 this afternoon in los gados. more of the same for tomorrow. again, monday, we could see the subtle changes. moles of us may notice just the high clouds, maybe a dip in our temperature and then high pressure is going to rebound right back, tuesday, wednesday, driving our temperatures right back into the mid-80s this time around for the inland areas, upper 60s, low 70s along the coast. a good-looking forecast. if you are heading out to the city, we have the forecast coming up in just a bit. the glass is looking half
empty at the halfway point of sonoma county grape harvest. the president of the sonoma county wine grape association told the press democrat that the crop could be the smallest in seven years. they got off to a cool start. this week's rain has made mat, worse with the appearance of some bunch rot in some of the vineyards report of a virus in a widely used military weapon and the nationalwide short annual caused by the death of steve jobs and it has nothing to do with iphones or ipads. and giving you a look outside, we are getting reports of a rollover near the 680 junction. we'll keep an eye on that.
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good morning to you, giving you a look there of the city, just a little bit of low cloud cover there in the distance. a fabulous afternoon in store. the life of steve jobs could soon be on the big screen. deadline.com reports sony is in final talks to buy the movie rights to the new steve jobs biography said to be released later this month. son sony is reportedly going to pay $1 million for the rights of the project. no word on which hollywood actor would star as the apple cofounder. the death of steve jobs is apparently leading to a short am of black mock turtle necks. he has been wearing that for years. now a minnesota company says that its sales more than doubled on thursday the day of
a jobs' death. some stores said they have sold out of their mock turtle neck inventory. friday marks the 10th anniversary of the war in afghanistan. the u.s. and it allies invaded afghanistan. sips then, theal gap has been forced out. u.s. and allies have worked to provide new roads and in schools for the afghan people. the vial en has increased in the country. more than 2700 coalition troops have died in the country in the last ten years. >> i think that people feel that the situation is very uncertain. there may be a bit of progress today. but what about tomorrow? >> we are doing a good job out here. we are over to help win over their heart and minds and help the government here. >> u.s. forces began handing over security responsibility for the afghan troops. the 10th anniversary of a war in afghanistan led to a protest in san francisco and demands that u.s. troops come
home. dozens of people attended the protest yesterday at the new federal building at 7th and mission. news chapper 2 caught demonstrators marching downmarket street. in neural, a church create add field of flags to mark the 10th anniversary of the conflict. the 278 flags represents every american killed in afghanistan and in the war in iraq. a dedication ceremony for the memorial will take place today there are reports that a computer virus has infect add system that controls the u.s. military's drone. a virus is locking every key stroke. they did not report whether any of that information has escaped the hill tri's secure system. >> this could be a problem left over from a similar infection that happened in 2008. the king of pop will be celebrated with a tribute concert tonight but it has
divided michael jackson's fans and his family. several of jackson's relatives are scheduled to attend tonight's michael forever in wales. but brothers jermaine and randy have criticized the show's timing due to the involuntary manslaughter trial of dr. murray. christina aguilera, gladys knight and smoky robinson are scheduled to perform. the trial will wrap up after hearing from the doctor himself. it was a recorded conversation between him and the police. he told police how he administered the medication,
including the propofol. >> prosecutors say that dr. murray was reckless in giving jackson the drug outside of a hospital setting. the jurors only heard about 2/3 of the interview before court was adjourned today and it does not resume until tuesday because of the columbus day holiday being observed on monday. prosecutors say they could rest their case early next week, handing the trial over to the defense . they will try to prove that the drug that murray gave killed him unusual requests that some people say a double standard a good-looking forecast in time for your week. dry, mild, light wind. a little bit of patchy fog out there to deal with at the moment and we are off to a cool start. we'll take a look at what is expected from your neighborhood coming up.
we have breaking news this morning the raiders announce that had long time owner al davis has died. the team made that announcement on it website with the announcement, al davis, july 4, 1929 to october 8, 2011. nothing else was said except that the team will you shall crew a statement later today. daistles owned the raiders for 48 years. he first started with the team back in 1963 as head coach and general manager. we will continue to follow this story. stay tuned to ktvu and ktvu.com people in philadelphia have joined the occupy wall street protest but they made an unusual request. the protesters asked the mayor to provide them with a way to watch the phillies game.
critics say that's hypocritical, and they are watching millionaire athlete. the request was denied. the mayor said that the group had not obtained the proper permit to protest. major league baseball's championship series are all set. alcs began with tigers on the road to face the texas rangers in game 1. you can see the entire series here. coverage begins at 4:30 this afternoon. both the national league division series went to a deciding game 5. for the brewers and d'back, it was a thriller. arizona tied the game at 2 in the top of the 9th with a safety squeeze but in the bottom of the 10th, san francisco native nyjer morgan was the hero. this is the first postseason
series win for the bruise since 1982. and cards got all the offense they needed against the phillies when skip schumacher lined a run with a double. par ter went the distance getting ryan howard to end. howard was on the ground after injuring his left achille's. he will know more about the severity after an mri today. the nlcs begins tomorrow afternoon. the second round of the fries.com open hasresumed in st. martin after a two-hour fog delay cut it short. tiger woods has never missed consecutive cuts in his professional career and kept his string intact. he is at one under for the tournament, 7 back from the leader, paul casey. country land sugarland will perform a free concert in indianapolis two months after a
stage collapsed. the concert at the end of the month will be the final show of sugarland's tour. the group was at the fair for an august 13 concert when a strong gust of wind blew the stage over. five fans, a security guard and a stage handled died from their injuries. donations for the fund to victims will be taken throughout the show. and fox renewed the simpsons for seasons 24 and 25 desite concerns that the payroll is making production too expensive to continue. there was a contract dispute with the actor who provide the voice for the characters. as we have told you this morning on mornings on 2, we have some breaking news developing here. the opener of the oakland raiders, al davis, has died. on the phone right now is former oakland raider tight end raymond chester. thanks for taking the time. your thoughts this morning out passing of al davis.
>> very sad for the family. my thought are with mrs. davis and son mark, first of all, and all the rest of the family. pretty shocked, you know. al davis was quite a guy in my life and in the lives of hundreds of people that worked for him and played for him and thousands of people around the league. i -- you know, i realize he has been sick for a long, long time. he fought a good fight as you would expect of al. but, still, you hate to lose someone who has been that significant in your life. and that significant in the world of sports in particular football. >> that suggest in your life, raymond. why? >> well, impact. you know, from the time i was 22 years old, al davis has been in my life. and, you know, there has been all kinds of events.
he has been there and aware of pretty much all the things that have happened and that's the unique thing about al davis. i would dare say that al has had involvement, the right involvement, intimate involvement in almost every player that ever played for him's life. he is the kind of guy that knew the names of your children, your family. he knew events that would happen and he had an incredible memory for remembering these things. and bringing these things up in the middle of some very, you know, odd conversations. we could be talking about contract or sports or it could be 20 years after you play for him and he still would bring up a name or an event or something that happened to you in college. he had an incredible memory. and he was incredibly loyal to those folks that he considered
family. >> former raider tight end raymond chester joining us live this morning. raymond, thank you for sharing your thoughts on the passing of oakland raider owner al davis. >> a sad day and certainly we'll be keeping up on this: of course. it has been one week sense three people were shot and killed after a party in a san leandro warehouse. the search still continues and the city of san leandro hopes that there will be results.
long time raiders opener al davis has passed away protesters remain in front of san jose's city hall despite threats of eviction and arrests. a water rescue caught on tape as a pilot flying from california is forced to ditch his plane off the coast of hawaii. it is time for fleet week's main events. and great weather is expected for the popular blue angel performances. good morning. welcome to mornings on 2. i'm jana katsuyama in for claudine
wong. >> and i'm mike mibach. we are, indeed, looking for a great weekend of weather. let's get read to rosemary. >> good morning. a typical fall-like pattern for your weekend. hopefully that is pleasing to your ears, dry and mild, light wings and we are looking at sunshine. a little bit of patchy fog out there this morning. we are off to a chilly start although we are warmer than where we started just yesterday and we're going to be nice and dry through the extended period. we do have perhaps some child changes. >> we have breaking news this morning. the raiders have announced that long-time owner al davis has died. ktvu's-on fonzi joins us live now on the phone. you have been a staple in the bay area sports world the last two decades. your thoughts? >> i'm not sure that i can think of other organization, maybe the yankees in george steinbrenner when you think oakland raiders, you thought al
dave. he was that eye conditionic. he was that associated with the raiders. and usually, you don't think of an owner's name when you think of a team. he was that iconic. the thing that people might not remember about him as he was so instrumental in the merger, if you remember back in the days when the a f l and nfl were putting. and al was a mavericks owner of the raiders and the guy who really encouraged the other afl owners to go out and sign big- name flares plause they thought that was the way to force the nfl owners to recognize them. that action was what forced pete rozelle and the nfl, a more established league to bring the a f l in and create this most professional sport league which exists today which
is the nfl as we know now. there was nobody more iconic in the sport or more associated with the team, i think, than al davis. >> why was he so iconic? why was his name so attached to the organization whereas other owners not so much? >> he did things his way, no question about that. at a time -- i think we remember him now as what he became in the last decade or so but when he was a young and vibrant man, number 1, he was a football guy. he was a former coach. he was the one time commissioner of the a f l. and he had a way, if you remember those kinds of so-called wash buckling raiders team of the 60s and 70s when they were as dynamic as anybody in football. he is the guy who bucked the system, did it his way and won.
one of his most famous slogan, just win, baby. he had guys that may be rejects from other teams, maybe the other teams didn't like the way that the guys practiced or groomed their hair. and al said, if you can play, we like you. he was able to create winning teams that way. you think some of those guys like ted hendrickson, kenny stabler, lyle alzado. he made them fit in oakland. >> this is week 5. what do you think this means to this organization after a great start? what do you think happens? >> well, i'm sure that the raiders have seen this coming. hugh jackson said that he enjoyed his football class with al davis because, again, he is a unique open another that he was a former coach. he is a football guy. he is not a guy who made miss fortune somewhere else and
decided to buy a football team. he came up through the ranks. hugh jackson said even this year, he enjoyed talking football with al davis but again, just as well, i'm sure that the team saw this coming. the raiders are not an organization that talk publicly about the way there are' going to succeed or go on after sal's passing but i'm sure they have had a plan in place for some time. amy trask undoubtedly has been running the team for some time and she is a very, very capable executive. i'm not sure that they're going to miss him as a team except for that presence. >> joe fonzi, thank you very much. we'll see you a little bit late they are weekend. thank you moving on. a group of protesters are
camped out in san jose despite the threat of arrest. they are part of a movement called occupy wall street. the group held what they called a general assembly. then a group of about 30 people decided to leave their tents up, ignoring a law against camping out near city hall. >> what this is about is being visible, going out there and into the public occupying and getting more support and growing as a movement and letting us known. they say that the threat of arrest is on constitutional. >> the group occupy sacramento has occupied cesar chavez. one person has been arrested there. police say their resources are being stretched thin. they are hoping people heading to the cars over the weekend don't make the situation worse. on thursday, police arrested 20 people who had attempted to protest through the night.
they say it's against the law to camp overnight in the park. dramatic video of a small plane making an emergency landing off the hawaiian coast. 65-year-old pilot took off from monterey early yesterday morning and noticed theastles running out of fuel about 500 miles off the coast of hilo. he radioed the coast guard for help. they sent a plane to fly alongside him and sent a cutter to the area where they went down. he flashed down about 13 miles off the coast. a rescue swalier helped hoist the pilot into the helicopter. he was taken to the hospital with minor injure his a drive-by shooting outside of a liquor store injured one person. a car with an unknown number of people opened fire on the store at 90th avenue near olive street. one person was transported to the hospital. two people checked themselves into the hospital later on.
no word on their condition. but police say their injuries do not appear to be life threatening police say that a jacknifed tractor trailer blocked rains. pat are ires bay pulled the big rig driver out of his cab. the company is not known this morning. it's not known what caused the big rig to overturn. the crews spend several hours repairing the roads. and police are offering a reward for the warehouse shooting. >> there is so much senseless killing taking place in this city. not only this city but across the country. >> reporter: friend of the three victims gathered yesterday for a small vigil. 23-year-old joshua alford, 19- year-old shanice keel and lanishia worthing ton were all killed in that shooting. police have not received any
tips. >> something is keeping potential witnesses away from us. i want to assure everybody at that i'm not trying to get anybody out there that has any information. i just want a name, get pointed in the right direction. here is a sketch of the gunman. described as a young slim blackman with shoulder length hair and gold teeth. apple cofounder steve jobs has been laid to rest. the wall street reports a small private funeral service took place yesterday in an undisclosed location. apple has not announced any public memorial service. we are learning more about the upcoming steve jobs authorize the biography. a release date for the book titled steve jobs has been pushed up one month to october 24th. jobs hired walter isaacson to write the book. isaacson said that jobs wanted his four children to have detailed stories about his
life. today kicks off fleet week event. this is video shot of the naval ships. impressive sight. the parade of ships start at 8:00 p.m. fold by the air show. that will include a performance by the blue angels. good morning to you. it's going to be a great day to be outdoors. if you are heading to need week or heading out into the east bay, we've got partly sunny, cloudy skies, temperatures will be warmer, near normal for this time of the year. going to be nice and mild. we are very calm out there. fog along the coast line. patchy, even visibility reduced down to half mile one ever our facebook friends tell us we have form sog. thinks the airport. city reporting closer to 52 at this hour. 51 in san jose.
low 50s rope court as well as livermore. a chilly one in some spots. napa, you are cool, 44 right now. getting out doors for some fresh donuts or, i don't know maybe you prefer areas like muffins. it's going to be a chilly one. bring along that jacket. satellite and radar, mostly clear. tomorrow, possibility of high clouts coming our way on monday -- high clouds coming our way on monday. we have some high cloud here along the aleuthian eye lins. for the web, we are dry, mild, light wind, 220s and 70s in the forecast, 80 degrees for some of our warmer spots. mid-70s expected petaluma as well as novato. 70 degrees richmond, upper 60s, low 70s for the east bay. 78 expectd in antioch. san jose, checking in right about 75 for the afternoon.
warm day, morgan hill, gilroy. headed out to the pumpkin patches for the afternoon, mostly sunny skies, mild conditions. 69 in and group yo. 65 half moon bay. extended forecast, more of the same tomorrow. if you have columbus damon day off, going to be nice. cooler than the weekend but tuesday and wednesday, high pressure building back in, low to mid-80s in the forecast. we have your lunchtime numbers coming up in just a little bit we continue to follow the death of al davis. we'll have more coming up right here on mornings on 2 and controversy over remarks made by a texas pastor. what he said about mormonism and how the presidential candidate is distancing himself from the statement. i will awaken you with a song.
good morning, zonings. 52 degrees at this hour. calm conditions, nice and pleasant for the afternoon. we continue to follow the death of oakland raiders owner al davis. the team made the announcement on it website with the mess am, al days, july 4th 1929-november 8, 2011. davis was 82 years old he opened the raiders for 48 years. he first started with the team in 1963 as head coach and general manager. we do have a ktvu crew on the way to the raiders' headquarters in alameda to bring you some reaction. >> at least two people are dead
and five missing after a mudslide in northeastern columbia. yesterday, the heavy rains triggered the mudslides washing away four homes. rescuers are still searching for a man and his four children. his wife was rescued and is at the hospital awaiting word. and a full leak because of a ship that hit a reef in new zealand. japan's fleet of f-15 fighter jets has been grounded after a fuel tank and mock missile fell off during a training mission. the country's air self-defense force says that a flight suspension includes all
missions except for emergency situations and will last until the safety of all 202 jets have been confirmed. thinks the second time that the f-15 fleet has been grounded the search continues in missouri for a missing 10 pond old baby girl. f b. agents searched the landfill near kansas city hoping to find any clues in the disappearance of lisa irwin. volunteers spent time going door to door. the child's parents said that someone snatched their daughter from her crib earlier this week but the parents are no longer cooperating with police after the mother was told she failed a lie detector test. firefighters are still at the scene of a train derailment near chicago that sparked huge flames and forced evacuation in a nearby town yesterday. we first brought you live pictures of the fire yesterday morning on ktvu channel 2 morse news. now more than 25 hours later, firefighters are there trying to contain hot spots. highly flammable he will not is fueling the flames. nearly 1000 people who live
nearby had to leave their home. >> sounded like a jet stream and then i seen a blow to the east. i thought, something bad has happened. >> the evacuated residents have been allowed to return home this morning. republican presidential candidate rick perry is distancing himself from a prom innocent texas pastor this morning after the pastor call mormonism a cult. pastor jeffers made the comment. he called gop rival a good moral person but not christian -- but a non-christian. he added that mormonism is considered a cult.
that's not a fannatical comment. this is something considered by the southern baptist christians. >> perry's campaign says that the texas governor does not agree with the pastor's comments. today, mitt romney will address the same crowd that heard from pastor jeffers at that summit. the gathering of social conservatives is expected to give romney an opportunity to capture some of their support. many say they are hesitant to support romney because of his past positions on social issues. president obama is again challenging congressional republicans to pass his jobs bill which calls for higher taxes on millionaires and billionaires. >> sol see this as a class warfare. i see this as a simple choice. we can either keep the tax as they are for millionaires and billionaires or we can ask them to pay the same rate as a plumber or bus driver.
>> the bill is not expected to move ahead with enough votes. the republicans reloosed -- released their own video feed. >> this is nothing but than a rehash of the same ideas that have failed combined with a huge tax increase and bill. this is nothing but to save the president's own job. >> he did give credit to the congress for submitting a trade bill to the congress. hockey is back. how you can get into the spirit downtown even if you don't have those tickets a chilly day outside our doors. we'll take a look at what you can expect for your afternoon, coming up. i'm a curious seeker.
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americaner of the afl and nfl. he leaves the raiders with 28 winning seasons. stay with ktvu morning on 2. coming up in just a few minutes, we'll take a closer look at davis' life and work with the oakland raiders. tonight, the san jose sparks begin their quest for a stanley cup. they host the phoenix eye quotes at the shark tank. the sharks are holding a street valuey as well next to hp valve on. the valuey is free and open to the public. >> hockey, college football, fleet week, so much going on, rosemary and the weather could not be more perfect. you said it. it its going to be a nice one. sunny skies expected for the afternoon and it's going to feel pretty good. temperatures going to be warmer. for the afternoon, a few degrees warmer than yesterday as well. need week forecast here, temperatures in the low 60s for
san francisco. sun setting at 7:00. those longer nights will lead to cooler days. some of our warmest temperatures only reaching 77, 79 degrees, nearly 80 for some cases. santa clara valley, wythe spread 70s for you as well. just a fabulous weekend. not a lot of changes expected for sunday come monday, high cloud expected to enter our region along with the possibility of a little bit of drizzle for the north bay. we are dry, even warmer that where we started for the weekend. back to you. >> the department of wildlife and fisheries is delaying the start of of the oyster season. the department says more
testing is needed to make sure that the it is healthy to eat. >> i'm probably about 50% right now less than i usually make in a year. once the testing is complete, louisiana officials have come up with a way to let people know their food is safe. they will post the results on a new website called gulfsource.org. lit feature data collected by various state departmented including health and wildlife. all the testing is being paid for by a grant from bp >> coming up, we are hearing from a man who survived a workplace shooting and what's in store for several bay area medical marijuana clubs. why they have been toll to shut down within the next 45 days.
welcome back to mornings on 2. we are following the passing of al davis just about and hour ago. it's not clear at this point when or where davis died. the raiders say they will be releasing a statement later on this morning. former raider tight end raymond chester is joining us again on the phone. thanks again for joining us. first of all, your thoughts about this tremendous loss for the raiders? >> well, it's a tremendous loss for the raiders, obviously but a tremendous loss for the entirety of the sports world, particularly the nfl. you know, mr. davis was a pioneer. he was certainly iconic.
he was instrumental in obviously the merger of the leagues, developing the oakland raiders into a world recognizable name and franchise. he is a great family man. he really was. he was as loyal and dedicated to his family, personal family as he was to the raiders. you know, there is a lot of great things to say about mr. davis. unfortunately, what you heard about was a lot of controversial things related to his life and work but his body of work speaks for itself and the number of tremendous individuals that came through the raiders organization were developed as athletes. and his i am pack is so unlimited. there are so many lives that he touched. he did so many things for so
many people that will go unrecognized except in the hearts and lives of those people. he was not one to make a big deal about things that he did, of a charitable nature, but i can assure you that there were many, many, many differences that he made on behalf of people and in their support. >> raymond, each watching this video receipt now of al davis hoisting the super bowl trophy. i know the raiders drafted you back in the 1970 in the first round. had you a chance to play for a super bowl-winning team for the raiders. take us inside the locker room that day and talk about the joy in al's voice and face? >> i tell you what, you are talking about a guy who lived to win. for him, there was only one way, you know to, do it and that was to win. if you didn't win, he was unhappy. you know, contrarily, if we did
win, he was exciting. he was jubilant. he was the first one that wants to go and talk to each player and coach and congratulate them personally. you know, i will say this about him. he actually accepted the responsibility for any short comings that we had as a franchise. he carried a heavy burden for that. he says that when you win, you know, you get all the credits. but i can say that mr. davis absorbed a lot of arrows. he had that tremendous capacity to carry that load. he was truly the great man, no doubt about it. i don't care if you were a friend or a foe. no one can deny that he was truly an iconic and great man. >> how do you think the
organization responds? >> well, you know, i think -- someone asked me that question, was there a plan? the organization will respond with grief. we lost a few significant people in our organization, none of the magnitude of mr. davis. but we'll respond the same way we responded over the years when things happened that were not good, we got down, we bounce back. i think the organization will absolutely use this as a motivator to bring the franchise back to the top of the heap. i think the family, mrs. davis and mark davis certainly have a plan. i expect nothing -- nothing less than the best effort out of all of our players, staff, coaches and everyone in the organization. >> we are lg sees some pictures of him, not just early on but
also more recently where he was a little more frail. our joe fonzi mentioned that he had been having health problems for a while. that's a testament for him that he was there really to the end and really a presence there and such a strong presence. >> it's interesting because, you know, mr. davis, you know, kind of walked this talk. he expected us to play, you know, play through injuries. he expected us to be totally dedicated to the team and to the goals that we were trying to accomplish at that time. he certainly manifested his toughness in the way that he hounded his own personal illness. no secret that mr. davis has been ill for quite a while. you would never know him if you talked about business or football or some of the other things that he was concerned about. he walked his talk.
he was tough to the very end. he handlinged his illness with dignity with pride and with pause. >> before we let you go for those you just tuning in, former tight end with the oakland, former. if you walked to him in person or -- did you talk to him whether in person or on the phone if. >> i did talk to him. it was customary for mr. davis to do that himself. he welcomed me to the franchise and told me -- he surprised the heck out of me because he told me some things that he personally knew about my college career. it was a big football school. i didn't expect for the owner of a franchise of a
professional football team to know anything about my personality abilities and accomplishments in not only college but he even knew that i was a shot pewter on the track team at douglas high school in baltimore. the map was phenomenal in terms of his memory, in terms of his approach at being the best at his trade and he, without a without -- al davis be a suitly was the best owner are all times in terms of knowing the inside and out of his trade and football. >> former oakland tight end raymond chester joining us this morning on the death of 82-year- old al days. raymond, thank you very much for your time this morning from raymond chester, we now go live to ktvu's allie
rasmus who is live at rayers headquarters in alameda. >> reporter: the news of the passing came over an hour or so. shortly later, if you went to the team's website, this is what you would find. al davis in solid silver cap july 4th, 1929 to october 8, 2011. al davis, long-time owner of the raiders was 82 years old. started out as a head coach became principal owner of the team you heard many people you talked to, talking about it. moving the team to the 80s. so far, we have seen a few raiders fans out here in the parking lot. taking you back here out here live. some of the cars and people pulling into the parking lot, they say they are did he have that thely part of the raider nation. they are fans but are going to
be here, anyway, because there is a raiderette cheerleading camp happening. we had a chance to talk briefly to some of the people taking their people in this cheerleading camp. they say -- >> woe lost allie's connection there from raiders headquarters in alameda. we hope to re-establish this here in other news, parents are demanding to know whschools were not on lockdown after police looked for a man who shot coworkers. allman was shot and killed later that morning outsued a home in the area where police had been searching and just as the school day was beginning
we are now hearing from one of the workers who was shot by shareef allman at the plant. michael ambrosio is one of the lucky ones even with a bullet wound in his arm. allman walked into the meeting, left and returned with a around gun and assault rifle. he aimed for everyone in the room. >> i was bleeding. i covered my head because i was worried about my brand and i had blood on may face. i stopped breathing and kept praying. >> ambro sio said that he was hoping that allman would stop shooting. he said he will always be haunted by what happened and always thinks about what he could have done differently we are also carrying audio from the fire dispatchers as they learned about the mats shooting at the quarry.
>> engine 7 responding. thinks their multiple people shot five to six patients at this time at the quarry. scene is not secure. dispatchers can also be heard warning the first responders that the suspect is armed with multiple weapons and dangerous. they are being credited for remaining calm and providing important information to fire employee the during that tense situation. you can hear that recording and the entire interview with the victim with who was shot. just go to ktvu.com and look for the quarry shooting tab. rescue teams will resume their search for a sacramento man who has been missing in gurnville. anton mutu was reported missing by his wife after he failed to return home after dropping off his kid. so far, there are no signs of foul play the federal government is ordering four bay area medical marijuana clubs to shut down
within the next 45 days. medythrive is one of four clubs receiving a shutdown order. the federal government says that medithrive and other clubs are too close to schools and playground but a pain palate at a school nearby called medi thrive a good neighbor. i think the federal government has other things to worry. >> i feel much more thongly bit. i has been brought to my attention amplets shutdown order is part of a new crackdown announced yesterday by the department of justice. attorneys say that too many clubs are abusing the medical marijuana system and too focused on making money. a mild and dry weekend in store for you. good morning. giving you a live look here at just a little bit of patchy low cloud deck. >> we should be sunny as we
move through theafternoon. we are starting to see the blues disappear. we are still sitting in the 40s in the north bay. 48 in napa. 53 in hayward, 51 redwood city. 54 san francisco. low 50s getting outside your door in oakland. for the weekend, dry, mild weather, a hill bit of patchy fog and that should be about it. high pressure sitting over the east pacific and that will continue to bring us the very nice weather. we will have subtle changes come monday. i want to roll you through the next few days so you know what's in store. monday, saturday went right by. just mostly clear skies, gorgeous one. tomorrow morning, we could wake up with a few low clouds but we are looking for a few low clouds. we are weighing up with a little bit of low cloud deck, also waking up with high clouds ahead of a system that's primarily to the north of us.
late monday night maybe into the overnight hours tuesday morning, we have a few cells hanging right off the coast line there. for the north bay, partly cloudy skies, mostly cloudy for the afternoon, maybe a little bit of drizzle for your columbus damon day. the rest of us could see subtle changes in the way of few high cloud and temperatures dropping a few degrees. >> afternoon highs, 78 expectd in sonoma. 70s for the east bay. 75 expected for danville. santa clara valley, 75. san jose, 73 expectd in and around the area. 68 degrees ex-pebbled this afternoon in the city if you are heading to the activities for fleet week. monday, more of the same that bee just talked about. temperatures even warming above average in some cases, low mid- 80s in some areas. we have good lunchtime numbers coming. thousands of people are
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good morning to you. giving you a live look in sunny san jose this morning. a nice, pleasant afternoon in store. >> we continue follow the death of raiders owner al davis this morning. the team made the announce. on its website this morning with the mess am, al davis 1929 to october 8, 2011. nothing else is said except that the team will issue a statement later today. it is not clear where or what time he dade. 82-year-old davis owned the raiders for 48 years. he first started with the team back in 1963 as head coach and general manager he was considered the head coach behind the memberrer of the afl and nfl. he leaves the raiders with 28
winning seasons friday marked the anniversary of the war in afghanistan. theal want has been forced out. the u.s. and allies have worked to pro right new road and new schools. violence has increased in the country. more than 2700 coalition troops have died in the war in the past ten years. >> i think people feel that the situation is very uncertain. there may be a bit of progress today but what about tomorrow? >> we are doing a good job. we are here to help win over their hearts and mind and help the government out here. >> u.s. forces began handing over security responsibility to afghans this past summer in preparation for the schedule withdrawal of u.s. troops in 2014. >> the 10th anniversary of the war in afghanistan led to a protest in san francisco and demands that u.s. troops come home. >> dozens of people attended the protest yesterday at the new federal building at 2nd and mission. news chopper 2 caught
demonstrators marching down market street. those demonstrators staged a die-in to simbolize people killed in the war. and in new jersey, a church create add field of flags to mark the 10th anniversary of the conflict. 278 flags represented every american killed in afs and in the war of iraq. a dedication will take place today. country band sugar land will perform a free concert in indianapolis. this comes two months after a deadly stage collapse before the performance at the indiana state fair. the concert will be the final show. a strong gust of wind blue the stage over in august. five fans, a securedy guard and a stage hand died from their injuries. donations to a fund for the victims will be collected during the show. the king of pop la be
celebrated on stage but it has divided fans and family. ier main and randy criticized the show's time -- jermaine and randy criticized the show's time because of the timing. >> fans criticized the event for its location, timing and ticke prices. christina aguilera, gladys knight and smokey robinson will be playing. and during the interview with police, dr. murray told police how he would treat jackson at type of medication he would administer including the drug propofol. >> prosecutors say that dr.
murray was reckless in giving jackson propofol outside of a hospital setting. the jurors only herd about 2/3 of the interview before core was adjourned. it does not resume until tuesday because of the columbus day holiday being observed. prosecutors say they could rest their case early next week handing the trial over to the defense. they will try to prove that murray administered the drug that killed jackson. and we'll have more on the death of long time raiders owner al davis.
as we have been telling you this morning, long-time raiders owner al davis has died. ktvu's fred inglis has more on his life >> reporter: mr. al days was born july 4th, 1929. he was raised in brooklyn, new york, but he turned oakland, california, into his own nation. the raider nation. davis was just 33 years old when he joined the organization in 1963 as head coach and general manager. >> well, he was a very demanding man. he turned our organization into a professional football team. he turned the american football league into a real first-class football league. >> i want to win. that's my life. i've always won. i always will win. >> very tough, physical,
intimidating good football teams. i think that that's his legacy of being able to build that a little bit of a rein gait, a little pit of an outlaw, a little bit of, you know, i'll do it my way whether you like it or not. >> out of all the owners that i played with in professional sports, he has to be the nicest, most kindest, caring boss i've ever had. >> he also hired young unknown coaches like john madn who was just 32 years old when he became the raiders' head coach in 1969. davis also hired art shell, the first black coach of the modern nfl era and tom flores, the first latino head coach in nfl history. >> i'm not sure that any other organization has done as much for the revival of opportunities for minorities. >> in 1992, al days was
inducted into the nfl hall of fame for his contributions to the game. and while the greatest of the raiders has did i nippished since the last organization in 2003, al davis' legacy is one of a true pioneer and independent thinkers of the nfl will stand the test of time. >> we are what we are. and the legacy we lead or leave, mine, i hope, will be the raiders. >> fred inglis there on the life of al davis. stay with us here at ktvu and at ktvu.com. we will have more on the death of al davis throughout the day. and before we leave you, we want to take a quick look at weather with rosemary who has all of the temperatures for the day. >> sunny skies, mild conditions expected for your weekend. if you take a look at the extended forecast, even warming above average come tuesday, wednesday. a little blip maybe on monday,