tv Mornings on 2 FOX July 25, 2013 7:00am-9:01am PDT
some people say the laws should be changed so unions can't strike for bart. >> plus, a shocking new report about crime on cruise ships. why the cruise companies are only sharing a fraction of what actually happens with the public. mornings on 2 begins right now. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning, it is thursday july 25th. welcomes to mornings on 2. i'm dave clark. >> i'm pam cook. tori campbell has the day off. >> happy to be here. we have fog bank out there and the delta breeze seems to be stronger out of the west. 90s inland. not much change coast and bay. another update on traffic with sal. >> looking good in the east bay. this is interstate 880 in oakland. the traffic is moving well. also looking at the
commute approaching the bay bridge on the east shore and that traffic is doing well. let's go back to the desk. >> we begin with breaking news out of sanford. there has been a security breach at the university. affects students, faculty and anyone else who uses stanford's network. stanford says the apparent cyber attack is similar to those at other large organizations in recent months. we have a crew on the way to the campus. a live report at 7:30. >> 7:02. a former high school coach in napa arrested on child pornography charges. what led to the investigation and a police raid on the man's home, paul? >> reporter: good morning. according to police, he was a part time wrestling coach and also a part time photographer. his most recent school according to published reports is right
here. this is his mug shot we have of him. he's 43-year-old richard rachfael. facing charges of selling, sending and of pornography. has a web site shows pictures of wedding, children and high school students and says he's been a commercial photographer for more than 14 years. police found child porn on his home computer. he is cooperating with the investigation and admitted to downloading child porn for five years. however, he claims he never took child porn pictures or videos. also being reported he was a part time wrestling coach from 2008 until february of this year. also said to be playing in coach wrestling this
fall. over to napa police department and hopefully get more information from them and bring that to you in our next live report. >> 7:03. police in union city arrested a man accused of exposing himself to a teenage girl. now police want other victims to come forward. accused of exposing himself to a 14-year-old girl on tuesday after allegedly following her in his car. police say gonzales has admitted to exposing himself to as many as 8 other people. >> now to our continuing coverage of the 10th and often bitter contract talks between bart management and unions. there are ten days left before the next strike deadline of august 4th. and the two sides still appear to be far apart. katie is at a bart station and tells us why a bart shut down in august could be far worse than
the one in july. >> reporter: rider numbers are higher than during the last strike. that could mean a lot more people trying to take bart and a lot more people on the roads. commuters won't forget the traffic snarl caused by the strike earlier this month. you can see the long lines of commuters struggling to get home. bart management and union leaders have been meeting trying to reach a new contract agreement before the august 4th deadline. that's when the current extended contract expires. both sides admit they are far from an agreement. union workers shouldn't be allowed to strike. >> i think it's like a public utility. i don't think you should have the right to strike. i think if you're a system that the area depends on, then both sides need to come to an
agreement in ways that don't disrupt the community. >> reporter: in other cities like new york, chicago, boston, and washington d.c., the unions are prohibited from striking. asked a spokes person what it would take to do that here, there would have to be a change in the organizations enabling status to prohibit future strikes. coming up in our next live report, it may be ten days before a potential strike, but commuters are still prepping for their alternate commute plans. also let you know what bart is doing to prepare for a potential second strike coming up in our next live report. ktvu, channel 2 news. >> 7:06. new developments in the investigation into a practice into a hospital in nevada of sending mentally ill patients here to the bay area. a commission made a preliminary decision to revoke the
accreditation. three dozen of 1500 patients discharged by the hospital in the past five years have been sent to san francisco on greyhound buses without any arrangements for housing or medical care. the hospital can appeal that decision. back here at home, east bay mud has left the scene of a gas leak after being out there working all night. the crew with the water utility ruptured a natural gas line on danville boulevard near stone valley road. evacuation lasted about five hours. the gas line was broken when a mud crew was digging to find a water line. >> as we were digging to do our work, the markings were off. so our crew hit a half inch gas line. >> contra costa county sent out a phone alert to more than 900 people. one cable provider
notified people outside alamo about the evacuation. a lot of people were confused. county officials have launched an investigation. >> fire investigators in san jose plan to talk to a couple tractor operators. it started about 6:00 last night near san jose international airport. the flames burned about three acres. there are no injuries. tractors were cutting grass in the area when that fire began. >> let's check in with sal. how's it going? >> it's better than usual, guys. good morning to you . traffic is moving along relatively well here. i want to show it to you at the toll plaza. there's a little delay in some of those middle lanes. not a bad one if you are trying to get in to san francisco. the traffic does move along nicely. the traffic is also looking good on interstate 80 as you drive-thru there. no major delays on
interstate 880 into downtown oakland. we had an earlier crash. it's going to be slower because of that earlier crash. it does get better. let's go to steve. >> well, we are in napa. carry the world on my shoulders here. the hot air balloon under the blue skies. easy now. that's a pretty shot . >> that is pretty. >> i want to go. >> i'm sure it can be arranged. we have clear skies for some. bigger fog bank for others. a few high clouds . fog that yesterday it was more patchy. today more definite sea breeze. not changing, coast bay or in san francisco. when was the last time downtown san francisco had a temperature over 70? july 4th. since then the 60s. low clouds, sunny and warm. cooler tomorrow and cooler for everybody into the weekend.
higher clouds. now again nothing like we had a couple days ago. mainly south of us. there are pretty good thunderstorms down in the four corners. look at phoenix. really sliding in there . some of those might drift into southern california. a little low has been hanging off the coast of san diego. but it is starting to work its way towards us. that will enhance the fog towards friday and the weekend. a little cooler and stronger delta breeze. yesterday that was not the case. some inland temperatures will be hot today. 80s down south and 90s. high pressure winds out. hot inland. warm to hot. 30 or 40 degree spread from some of the high temperatures. a cooling trend taking us into the weekend. low clouds, fog, sunny. nice for some. we'll see if that holds. anywhere from 50s, 60 s around the coast. and 90s inland.
another hot day. same a little stronger breeze. 858 san jose. 758 santa cruz. 50s, 60s on the coast. south san francisco upper 60s and 80s on the peninsula. yesterday was the hottest day. all for the entire area to cool down, have to wait to the weekend. it will happen. >> all right. 7:11. pricey perks for government officials. why many members of government don't have to pay to see a coneither or baseball game. >> congress says crimes on board cruise ships are under reported to the public. why crimes against kids don't get counted in a live report in a few minutes. >> plus, another passenger plane has landing gear problems. what happened to that delta jet was getting ready to land.
little bit more fog today. also a few high clouds giving us a nice sunrise. anywhere from 50s, 60s by the coast. >> delta plane has landed safely in baltimore after a pilot reported a problem with the landing gear. delta flight 1425 made the emergency landing yesterday afternoon. no one was hurt. the plane is being inspected. the incident comes after ten people were hurt monday night when the landing gear collapsed in new york. we're also learning about a private memorial service for the victims of the asia na airlines crash. the san francisco mayor's office reports it was held yesterday. mourners came to pay their last respects to the three girls who were killed.
no other details are being revealed about that service. >> time now 7:14. new congressional report that shows most crimes that are happening on cruise ships are not being told to the public. and consumer advocates say that's a threat to passengers. law makers learned only 3% of all the crimes are being told to the public. >> reporter: that's because the law governing cruise ship crimes only requires certain crimes be reported to the public. for example, the public doesn't find out about crimes committed against miners. take a look at the -- against minors. take a look at the crimes. 71 incidents on board cruise ships. but only 24 were reported to the public. the senate commerce committee says the difference in the numbers is likely victims under the age of 18. committee members blame the language of the law created by congress
three years ago. only requires cruise lines to report crimes no longer under investigation by the fbi. the committee chairman is introducing legislation to close the gaps in these reported crimes. the details of his plan when i see you next. ktvu, channel 2 news. >> 7:15. it's exclusive video to channel 2. four men detained in a shooting that wounded two people in san francisco. ktvu shot this exclusive video. handcuffed men less than ten minutes after gunfire erupted. the suspects are accused of shooting a man and a woman yesterday afternoon. but after the shooting, police say the suspects gassed up their pick-up truck at a gas station where they were spotted. the police followed them and later arrested them. a man accused of killing two people at a san francisco jewelry store earlier this month is due to enter a plea next week. that court hearing comes
after dozens of family members of the victims went to a court appearance yesterday demanding justice. >> i want my sister back. i want her to come home. >> the suspect barry white appeared in court yesterday on charges he killed two employees at the vigtoga jewelry store earlier this month and critically injured the owner after a dispute over the price. sglt why they kill her like that? he's still living. >> he has no right to do that. >> what we going to do? >> white was released from contra costa county jail a year and a half ago after a judge cut his bail. he's accused of ramming a police car back in 2009 and threatening a police officer.
>> a third woman has now come forward to accuse san diego mayor of sexual harassment as he faces calls for his resignation. >> i felt humiliated and dehumanized and insulted. >> morgan rose said she met to discuss non-profit but he refused to talk to her and repeatedly tried to kiss her. she is a psychologist with the school district and founder of advocacy group of children. >> four definite times he tried to get my face into his face so he could kiss me. >> former communications director of accused him of sexual harassment. several members are calling on him to step down. he has no plans to resign. anthony weiner had an awkward moment when the candidates were asked about
their use of social media. >> mr. weiner. >> you are going to say facebook aren't you? >> all i can say is don't ask me. >> our campaign is on twitter. >> appeared at the event after admitting he continued to sext with a woman after resigning from congress over twitter messages and photographs. >> 7:19. a grieving family is pushing for safety improvements after a great grandmother was hit and killed in a crosswalk. family members and friends of the 68-year-old woman packed a council meeting calling for more lights and safety features on south clover dale boulevard. the city should have made the
changes after previous accidents involving pedestrians in that same crosswalk. the third fatal accident involving a pedestrian in less than three years. tonight san mateo county officials will give a look at a plan for a new coastal hiking trail with spectacular views. the counties are getting ready to takeover the notorious -- >> the double side road. the parks department wants to open that trail early next year. the road which was prone to mud slides has been replaced by the new tunnels. >> thank you. >> we're going to get you a throat losenger. >> cloudy skies outside. chilly in the bay area. these are live picture s. meteorologist steve paulson will be back. >> next a member of the oakland
welcome back to mornings on 2. time is 7:22. the oakland city council could take action against own of its own members tonight. a hearing has been scheduled. an audit found she violated rules when she inter feared in the construction of a teen center. discipline could include censure. there's no penalty attached to that action. >> this morning some observers are raising question about practice giving free seats in sports arenas to government officials. government officials who seat more than 40 tickets.
those tickets were worth $600 a piece but free for the officials. government officials have access to seats at baseball games, football games, basketball games, the arena. >> if you have 60 seats not being paid for on a regular basis, it may seem like a small number, but ultimately it not only affects the bottom line but impacts public trust. >> more than 1,000 tickets were given to public employees at candle stick park last year. ed lee received 122 tickets. his office says 80 of those tickets were given to under privileged children. we posted our special report on the free tickets for government officials on the ktvu facebook page. tell us what you think about these perks available to government officials. >> 7:24. sal is looking at the morning commute.
more people heading out the door right about now. >> it's getting busier in the santa clara valley. we're looking at a live picture of northbound 280. you can see traffic is very slow out of downtown. and traffic is going to be slow all the way up. we have traffic slow on 101. northbound 280 slowing. not too bad but you will be waiting for a bit. the morning drive is going to be affected on southbound 880. 20 minutes from 238. then at the toll plaza, we saved the best for last. only backed up for a little bit here. much lighter delay than usual. 7:25, let's go back to steve. >> thank you. a very good morning. little bit bigger fog bank. a few high clouds. 40 degree spread between
the temps. pacifica, 53 degrees. inland areas don't have any fog. little more today than yesterday. higher clouds staying south. a couple of them filter in. anywhere from 53 san francisco, santa rosa. antioch, brent book. san jose and mountain view. a little cooler closer to the bay. san francisco normal high/low. today 53/66. darn close. hasn't changed much since 4th of july. last time it was 70 in the city. higher clouds going right through the central valley. a little low will drift towards us starting tomorrow. that's going to increase the fog bank and give us a cool down. today it will be warm to hot. not as hot as yesterday. still be 90s inland. delta breeze is stronger today. one more day of
hot temperatures away from the coast. and cooler into the weekend. pamela. >> thank you, steven. stanford fall s victim to a cyber attack. advice on how to protect yourself. a deadly train derailment in spain. the new information we learned about what may have caused that disaster that killed nearly 100 people. >> reporter: and residents in oakland still shocked after a shooting yesterday that killed a well-liked woman here in the neighborhood. where the latest is on the police investigation as mornings on 2 continues.
welcome back. time now 7:29. one oakland neighborhood is shocked and grieving about the shooting death of a well-liked neighbor known as a pet lover and dog walker. brian joining us live where police as well as the friends of the victim are trying to make sense of what happened out there. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. a lot of people trying to make sense. police do say they have a couple things that may aid in their investigation. several people have come by now leaving candles, flowers. some even left pictures and newspaper articles trying to get the message out how sense less this act was. a lot of them shocked at what happened. neighbors identified the victim as 66-year-old judy sullivan.
neighbors say she was well-known and seen walking around here as she was known as a pet nanny or dog sitter. police say she was in her gray subaru a few blocks from her home when somebody opened fire. her car was hit and rolled backwards. nobody else was injured. no other houses or cars were hit. she lived alone with her pets and well liked in the neighborhood. one man who came by this morning shared his thoughts. >> generally i feel safe but this person being so innocent in broad day light, 1:24 in the afternoon. wrong place at the wrong time. i don't know. that shouldn't be the case for anyone. >> oakland police looking at a couple things. the first are beer bottles left behind at the
scene. police say those bottles may have clues who the shooter was. the second is because the shooting happened at a nearby cemetery which is known to have cases of illegal dumping, they will be looking at footage to see if there is more information. judy was interested in starting some type of neighborhood watch program as she was concerned for her safety. as we take it back out here live though, judy also had a dog. several neighbors have come forward asking to take care of that dog this morning. ktvu channel 2 news. >> all right. back to our breaking news this morning. there has been a security breach at stanford affecting the school's computer network. tell us how this apparent cyber tack is affecting students and staff this morning. >> reporter: stanford is
telling anybody who uses computer system to change their passwords. they are working with law enforcement and it consultants. stanford officials say they are not aware of any protected health information. personal financial information or social security numbers being compromised. they just don't know at this point. the university does not conduct research that's classified. the breach of information is similar to cyber attacks at large companies and organizations within the united states. it is continually upgrading defenses against attacks on information system and realizes the seriousness of this matter. they are asking anyone who uses sunet any affiliates or someone contracts with them, change their passwords. do this maybe in a week or in two weeks just
depending on what they determine in their investigation. a spokes person i got off the phone with said he couldn't release any more information. they are not going to be talking to us on camera. they really don't want to hamper the investigation. so that's all we know for now. trying to talk to people to see if anybody knows about it. students and faculty and staff were informed of this. ktvu channel 2 news. >> an internet gaming cafe appears to have reopened when it shut down when a news crew showed up and started asking questions. the hills internet cafe is back in business. when our crew went inside customers were playing games and winning money. we asked the manager about the legality of the machines. the manager told everyone to leave and closed down. city attorney is threatening to file an
injunction to force it to permanently close. neighbors complained about increase in crime since that cafe opened. >> the price tag for the so-called grand central station of the west is getting bigger. the total cost of san francisco's transit center is expected to cost $300 million more than first projected and that may grow. the transit hub at mission in downtown san francisco is scheduled to open in late 2017. it will serve buses from 7 transit agencies and eventually electric trains. >> time is 7:35. police have identified a man accused of killing his wife. happened yesterday at the rimcon valley mobile estates park. 65-year-old dana lyson called police and said he just killed his wife. took them inside his mobile home and they found the
body of 64-year-old virginia caytano. police still searching for suspects in a deadly attack that happened in an apartment. happened yesterday at the creek view in. subsidized housing complex. investigators say the victim was a 62-year-old woman who lived alone. the homicide detectives haven't said how she died but they are saying she was not shot or stabbed. >> president obama is heading to florida to continue series of economic speeches. he kicked off his tour yesterday to talk about vision for a new american prosperity. he will focus on working middle class americans for the rest of the time in office. >> no one who works full time should have to live in poverty. i am going to keep making the case we need to raise minimum wage. >> no matter how good his speeches are, it will take action. he is encouraging americans to tell the
representatives to work together to get more americans working again. >> 7:36. a congressional committee approd measure to phase ought mail directly to homes and businesses. the full house will consider a proposal to deliver mail to central boxes. there will be extensions for people who could prove a hardship. the change could save $4.5 billion a year if it's fully implemented. a rally is planned for saturday trying to prevent the berkeley post office from being sold. the postal service plans to sell that building. citizens to save the berkeley post office says they are not giving up. that rally on saturday will be celebrating the building's 100th birthday. >> car service uber is expanding. operating with a lower cost service. an application you can download that allows people who need a
ride to connect with drivers. a trip from sfo to palo alto cost $60. palo alto to mountain view cost $25. prices are 10 to 15% cheaper than a taxi. there will be an open house tonight. the san francisco municipal transportation agency plans to turn parking spaces into bike lanes. the open house is at 1751 sacramento street at 5:00. they should probably hear from a lot of people. >> 7:38. let's get everybody out the door. sal, you are going to take care of folks in the south bay. what are you watching? >> a new crash on highway 24. you always check me on what i'm looking at is my computer. that's how the accidents come in from chp dispatch center. this is a look at 237. the traffic looks good. a little bit of
slowing but it's not all that deep this morning over to sunnyvale. after that it moves well. we had a crash reported on 24 near lafayette. eastbound 24 at oak hill. traffic is going to be a little bit slow perhaps in the area if it is there. we're looking for it. the traffic on 24 westbound doesn't look that bad. nice to have the camera here to check it out. moving along and taking a look at the bay bridge. lighter than usual today. this might be a five minute delay and that's it before you drive on to the bridge. >> a little stronger than sea breeze. these flags are a little stronger. westerly breeze out towards port chicago. gusts of 31. may be a little cooler. still going to be hot for some. pretty good fog bank out there.
higher clouds taking aim at fresno, san juaquin valley. how about this? 77 degrees with heavy thunderstorm. pretty good tropical moisture moving through new mexico into arizona. some of that might wrap back in. and another hot one in. and clear lake, vacaville as well. today, i think yesterday was the hottest day. most locations inland will come down a couple degrees. big spread between the coast. a little low isn't beginning to move toward. that will really enhance our fog starting late tonight and tomorrow. in between san francisco and central california. that will be enough to do it. 50s on the temp. some of these are low. some of these are in the 60s. lots of sunshine. 66. probably about 99 today . 78 in fresno. high pressure winds out today. by the weekend start to see the
pattern cool down. looks like it might to cool down. slightly below average temperatures. fog, sun, nice for some. cool for others. if you are well inland, it will be hot. 99-102. probably 102 in middle town. 80s or 90s. stronger breeze out towards pittsburg. still warm. 85 san jose. too much fog on the coast. 60s there. 70s or very low 80s on the peninsula. stronger breeze and cooler air for the weekend. >> thank you, steve. 7:41 is the time. a dream trip to europe turned into a nightmare. >> i thought outside was a balcony. it turned to be a sky light and i fell through it. >> this teen survived the fall but faces a battle involving money. >> facebook surprised wall street. find out what's happening today.
welcome back to mornings on 2. 7:43 is the time. live look at the big board. dow jones slipping about 50 points. following lead of what happened overnight in asia and this morning in europe. after the bell, we are going to hear from amazon and hear from starbucks. a lot of big important earnings coming in. facebook stock, i'm keeping an eye on that. right now just want to get you the latest reading. facebook stock is up after reporting good quarterly earnings. better than wall street expected. the stock up $7 a share as it did on the
opening bell. that's about 25.5% for facebook. mobile ads pushed revenue up by 53%. facebook stock still below $38 a share. the latest report from the labor department shows the number of americans filing for job less benefits is up. 7,000 more than the week before. the overall number of new claims is down almost 8% since the start of the year. and analysts say federal spending cuts are keeping the rate of economic growth in check. >> 7:45. we have new information about the possible cause of a deadly train crash in northern spain. 77 people have been killed. 141 were hurt. the train jumped the tracks. the impact split the train in half. this morning, spain's
transportation secretary says that train may have been going too fast. >> i heard explosion and when i arrived, one of the carriages were over the road. one of the fireman said it might explode. >> that derailment is the deedly evident train accident in spain since 1972. religious festival attracts tens of thousands around the world. it has been canceled because of that accident. the port of tampa has reopened after a freight train derailed early this morning. officials say 15 cars derailed and ethanol spilled out of three of the cars. so far no word of injuries. >> happening now, pope francis is making one of the most symbolic gestures. take you there live this morning. he was mobbed by a crowd of well wishers as he toured one of the
low income areas. the visit is to count the values. he has a busy day ahead of himself. and going to bless the olympic flag and hold mass at the beach as part of world youth day festivities. >> 82 united methodist pastors say they will defy their church. the group gathered yesterday at a church in sacramento and announced they would defy church doctrine and marry gay couples if active pastors refuse to do it. >> come out of a closet with our stance and i've seen the opposite. >> you do not follow an unjust law. >> if the church dessert identifies the pastors they may lose tax breaks and possibly group health insurance. one leading top bishop says he sympathizes but all united
methodist church officials made a commitment to follow the church doctrine and oppose gay marriage. >> the house has passed a $598 billion defense spending bill but at the same time barely rejecting an amendment that would have curbed the reach of the national security agency. the nsa has been criticized for surveillance program which include collecting cell phone and computer data from millions of americans. the obama administration argued the programs protect national security. the amendment lost by 12 votes. it was supported by liberal and tea party law makers. 7:48. in an effort to help middle class families pay for college, a group of senators reached a deal on college loans. the measure caps the rates on student loans. under grad students will pay a rate of 3.85%. that will be next year. the plan would caprate
s to $8.25. 10.50 for parents. the sailboat skipper involved in a chase near the golden gate bridge is scheduled to be charged next month. the charges include sending out a phoney distress call and failing to stop his boat. prosecutors say he assaulted a coast guard officer. >> a third competitor for the america's cup race is now back in the water. yesterday for the first time artimus racing took out 72-foot catamaran on san francisco bay. two and a half months since the death of a crew member during a practice run. the crew inspected the new boat during the night and decide whether they are going to sale again today. hopes to compete beginning august 6th. wrigley field is getting a
major league upgrade. approved a $500 million project revamping the famous old ballpark and the area around it. the project includes a large jumbo tron screen in left field. a new hotel, extra parking and a two story clubhouse. the planned bridge over clark street, i love that street, has been postponed. wrigley field is 99 years old. >> named after the clark family. >> of course. >> of course. 7:50 is the time. sounds like the punch line to a joke. it was all caught on tape. the amazing video of a bear walking into a bar in colorado. >> a summertime of flops in the movies. which movies are the big losers.
live at the scene. emergency crews are thereafter a plane crashed into a home. this is in columbus, indiana. a live picture of the scene. now, earlier we could see the house. if they pan over a bit, the house was engulfed in flames. we are told that two people were inside the house when that crash happened. their conditions at this point not known. but there you can see the damage to that house. again, a plane crash this is columbus, indiana. it's been a disappointing summer with many movie fans with summer flops. one of the most striking examples was a loan ranger. it was made by the team that created the pirates of the caribbean films. cost $215 million to make and earned less than a third of that in the last three weeks. industry analysts say the loan ranger isn't alone
in losing tens of millions of dollars. other movies include white house down starring channing tatum. the will smith movie after earth and the new ripped. >> 7:53. a teenager recovering after falling through a hotel sky light. her family is facing financial ruin as well. 15-year-old mya was traveling to italy. doctors say her injuries include three separate fractures. she says it happened in her hotel room on the very first night of the trip. >> i thought that outside was a balcony but turned out to be a sky light and i fell through it. >> i got the call which no parent wants. >> mya spent three weeks in an italian hospital. the family hasn't seen that bill yet. she needed to come home in an
ambulance. that we're told cost $48,000. the family's insurance doesn't cover overseas medical insurance. they may have to sell their house to pay those bills. somewhat of a lighter note, a black bear in colorado went out for a night on the town. ended up in a bar. surveillance video shows that bear -- i'm not making this up -- wandering into a bar. it rummaged through a dumpster before that and left the bar after a couple minutes. >> looking for the bartender. >> any service here? >> my goodness. 7:55 is the time. back over to sal. keeping an eye on a couple things there. >> that's very funny. you watch the bear walk in. i don't like this bar. not the scene for me. >> good morning, everybody. it's been a light commute. i'm happy to say that. perhaps a lot of people decided to take
the day off. westbound 92 looks good. no major problems as you drive over to the peninsula. little bit busy but not all that bad. this is a look at the bay bridge. it's nice and light. this is just the way we like to see it if you have to get into the city, much too long at all at the toll plaza. southbound 880, we have slow traffic here between 238. it's about 23 minutes. better than normal. let's go to steve . >> sal, a bear walks into a borrow -- owe bar, -- >> i know. i think some of the inland temps will come down. it's actually a little bit higher. 60s to 90s. >> all right. time is 7:56. we're following breaking news of a security breach at stanford.
what the university is doing now to protect students and find out who did it. >> reporter: we're ten days out from a possible second bart strike. let you know where union negotiations stand and what some commuters are preparing to do in the potential of a second bart strike. >> reporter: napa county wrestling coach arrested for child pornography. the school where he worked released a statement. that coming up when mornings on 2 continues. look at 'em.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. i'm pam cook in for tori campbell today. >> i'm dave clark. let's check your weather and traffic. we're over here telling jokes. serious about the weather . >> you'll have to tweet the bear joke out. >> you laughed though. >> i will. >>. >> we have a little in the way of low clouds and fog. inland temps will come down. upper 80s and low to mid 90s. it does look cooler for the weekend. >> mtc. >> that's okay. we'll check in with sal in a moment. >> yes, we will. we're going to bring you an update on the breaking news on top of mornings on 2. all
students and faculty are being told to change their password after someone apparently hacked into the school's computer system. the university says it is not aware any social security numbers or private health information were compromised. a live report in our next half hour. >> former high school coach is arrested on child pornography charges. paul is live to tell us what led up to the investigation and that police raid on the man's home. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. since our last report i spoke with school officials who would not go on camera but did relaet a statement. this is the most recent high school where he worked. he is 43-year-old richard rachfolt. police arrested him tuesday morning and he's facing charges of selling, sending and possessing child
pornography. shared child porn on 4th and 5th this year through a peer to peer web site. he was a part time photographer and has a web site of scott shot me photography. been an informtographer. he claims he never took any child porn pictures or videos. he was a part time wrestling coach at a high school. gave me a written statement saying the news of his arrest is surprising and didn't have any previous communication about the former coach. school officials say they do not suspect any of his students to be involved but ask parents to discuss any relationship between him and the children. he left the school because he was going to start his new job this fall
sat saint helena high school. new updated information on our noon news cast. ktvu channel 2 news. >> time is 8:01. police in union city arrested a fan accused of exposing himself outside of a liquor store. now the police want other victims to come forward. police say gonzales is accused of exposing himself to a 14-year-old girl after allegedly following her in his car. police say gonzales has admitted to exposing himself to 8 other people. >> turning to our continuing coverage to the tense and often bitter contract talks. there are ten days left before the next strike deadline on august 4th. the two sides still appear to be far apart on all of the main issues. katie is live at the west oak land bart station this morning. why a bart shut
down in august could be far worse than the one in july. >> we are ten days out. the morning commute going well as sal's been saying. the potential strike in august could be much worse who say more people take bart in august. union and bart leaders have been meeting trying to hammer out a contract. both sides admit they are far apart in negotiations. board members met yesterday and trying to come up with contingency plans. failed to keep up with demand and huge traffic delays. i spoke with one commuter who rented a car. she spent around $300 and says she's frustrated with bart's reliability. >> i'm probably going to end up buying a car now.
i can't rely on bart. and i have to be here so early that it's very difficult to catch the bus here. >> there are reports bart management will bring in charter buses again if there is a second strike. we're working to learn how many buses and what possible locations. one mtc board member estimated it would take 8,000 buses to match the capacity bart handles daily. a potential strike could cause traffic snarls again. many say the laws should change, employees cannot strike. i spoke with one commuter who says he stands by the union no matter how long it adds to the commute. live in oakland ktvu, channel 2 news. >> new developments this morning in the investigation into the practice of nevada hospital accused of sending mentally ill patients here to the bay area. commission has made a preliminary decision to
revoke the accreditation. the paper reports three dozen patients discharged in the past five years have been sent to san francisco on greyhound buses without arrangements for housing or medical care. >> time is 8:04. crews have left the scene of that dangerous gas leak that occurred yesterday. it's now been cap. but some of the neighbors were complaining they were not properly warned. happened near stone valley road. part of danville boulevard was shut down for most of the day. east bay mud crews left that scene early today. they accidentally hit the natural gas line yesterday morning. utility company says markings indicating safe places to dig down were not accurate. nearby homes and businesses had to be evacuated. one man said he is signed up to get emergency text alerts but he didn't get
it. >> if nobody knows what's going on and people are driving cars and still got things going on, it's a huge issue. >> the county officials say they sent outland line calls to targeted area and phone and email alerts of people living in alamo. alerts were sentd county wide alerting people outside of alamo. county officials will conduct investigation. fire officials plan to talk to a couple tractor operators in connection to a grass fire. started about 6:00 last night right there near san jose international airport at component drive. the planes burned about three acres. no injuries have been reported. tractors were cutting grass when the fire started. >> back over to sal. pleasant surprise this morning . >> yeah. if you look at the toll plaza, you are going to see
it almost empty, that is a nice surprise. usually much slower than this. it's been empty since about 7:15 and i've been trying to figure it out. we just like it this way if you are trying to get into san francisco it looks good. and also checked in with bart. and bart is doing well. this is a look at interstate 880 northbound right near the coliseum. then it picks up. and if you are driving southbound, that traffic is okay. the traffic time has been the busiest in the bay area. 26 minutes from 238. this freeway is not sharing in the joy. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. a couple things going on here. little bit stronger delta
breeze. 60s and 70s. san francisco normal high, 66. normal low 54. the high 66. and hasn't changed. 70 degrees or higher was july 4th. high clouds just south of us. some of those. nothing like a couple days ago. and there's impressive thunderstorm activity. dropped to 77 and intense thunderstorm activity. if you are traveling down there, upper 90s or low 100s. the high pressure maxed out yesterday. still hot for some. some inland areas that will come down a little bit. 50s and 60s on the temps. san jose 61. cooler lows and any time travis gets over 20, that's a pretty
good sign cooler temps for some. 80 in redding. probably be 100 today. 50s, 60s up and down the coast. there's a little low that's on its way. come in somewhere south of the bay area tomorrow into saturday. that will give us a bigger fog bank and a cool down. today if you are near the coast, 50s, 60s. inland, 80s, 90s and keep going. yesterday was definitely one of the hotter days. san jose 85. average high 83. 59 daily city. 83 at redwood city . tomorrow does look cool. inland temps down. by the weekend, that fog bank wins out. >> all right. thank you. 80:09 is the time. luxury boxes at sporting events. coming up, the free perks for some people here in the bay area that raises eyebrows.
crimes on board cruise ships largely unreported to the public. how senators plan to change that in a live report in a few minutes. >> next, another landing gear problem prompting an emergency landing. what we're finding out about frightening moments from passengers on the east coast. [ female announcer ] when you asked us to remove
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>> time is 8:12. a delta air lines jet landed safely yesterday afternoon. the pilot reported a possible problem with the landing gear. delta flight 1425 made that emergency landing. no one was hurt. the jets being inspected and checked out now. the landing gear collapsed in new york. we're finding out about a private memorial service for the victims of the asia na airlines crash. it was held yesterday. mourners came and paid their last respects for the three chinese girls killed. no other details being revealed about that service. >> consumer and safety advocates say the number of crimes aboard cruise ships are under reported. that's why there's a new push to hold cruise lines accountable. the report showing the public is not
getting the full story. >> only has to show the incidents no longer under investigation by the fbi. the committee found the passage of the current law only 31 crimes on board cruise ships have been reported. nearly 1,000 have been investigated by the fbi. crimes committed against minors on cruise ships don't have to be reported to the public. and only specific types of crimes have to be reported. west virginia senator introduced legislation to make all alleged crimes on cruise ships publically available. >> consumers have no way to find out what their real risks are before they take a cruise. >> his plan would also require video cameras in public areas of cruise ships and make the department of transportation
establish a victim advocate on board cruise ships. that person would help victims get access to appropriate law enforcement officers. maintains a ship is as safe as average community in the united states and the incidents of crime is small considering the large number of passengers. ktvu, channel 2 news. >> antioch man accused of killing two people at a san francisco jewelry store is scheduled to enter a plea next week. that court hearing comes after dozens of family members of the victims attended a court appearance yesterday and demanded justice. >> i want my sister back. >> this is our baby sister. >> i want her to come home. >> barry white appeared in court yesterday on charges that he killed two employees at a jewelry store. prosecutors say a price dispute may have been the motive. we have exclusive video now showing four men detained in a
shooting that wounded two people in san francisco. ktvu shot video of the handcuffed men less than ten minutes after shots were fired. the suspects are accused of shooting a man and a woman yesterday afternoon. but after the shooting, police said the suspects needed gas and spotted at a 76 station. police followed them and arrested them. >> time is 8:15. the florida family rescue d from a car crash by george zimmerman called off plans to publically thanked immaterial. days after he was acquitted of killing trayvon martin, he helped rescue a family. the family was planning to recognize zimmerman as a good samaritan. but zimmerman is quote toxic. they'll worried he'll be linked to him and become victims of protests. >> the city council could take
action against one of his own. an audit found she violated rules when she allegedly interfered in the construction of a teen center in her district. discipline could include censure. san francisco state college professor is running for oakland mayor for the second time. going to challenge the mayor. he received only 12% of the vote in the last race. the chairman of san francisco study department and media political analyst. >> new poll confirming hillary clinton is the frontrunner if she decides to run. 63% of democrats say they would vote for the former secretary of state. joe biden a distant second. that survey did not find a frontrunner.
15% of those polls said they would support new jersey governor chris christie. take a look at this. former president george h.w. bush showing off his new look. the 41st president shaved his hair off showing support for that 2 year old boy who is fighting leukemia. his name is patrick. he's a son of one of the secret service team members. the president made a donation to patrick's leukemia treatment. they lost their second child to leukemia 60 years old. >> the finalists from season 12 of american idol are taking their concert tour across the country. they are off to texas for two shows this weekend. the top 11 performed solo and group numbers. they say they are excited to be performing live
for thousands of fans. >> we pump up the crowd and talking to them and they are talking back. it feels great. we turn into these super heroes. >> great feeling for them i'm sure. they just performed in sacramento on monday and los angeles on tuesday. the tour wraps up in nashville on august 31st. we're getting little snippets from this year's american idol. it's always fun. >> 8:19. been closed down since the tunnel opened on the coast. getting a new life. we'll tell you what's happening tonight. >> time to make those weekend plans; right? meteorologist steve paulson will tell us what weather we can expect during the final weekend of july. >> it's a little bit slow now here on 280. you can see for yourself. slowing down on the way to the valley. more about this commute and the rest of the drive.
welcome back. 8:22. you the public will get to see plans of an old high. wants to convert more than a mile into a biking and hiking path. that road which is often hit with landslides was replaced by two tunnels that opened in march. the parks department says the new trail will offer spectacular views for anyone who has the time to stop and just enjoy them. a grieving family is
pushing for safety improvements after a great grandmother was hit and killed at a crosswalk. family members and friends of the 68-year-old woman packed a city council meeting demanding lights and safety features. family members say the city should have made the changes after previous accidents involving pedestrians in that same crosswalk. it's the third fatal accident involving a pedestrian in clover dale in less than three years. a woman has been charged with manslaughter that killed her five year old daughter. charged her with vehicular manslaughter, involuntary manslaughter and four counts of child endangerment. she was speeding when she lost control back in may and the carolled over. her five year old daughter was not wearing a seat belt and she was killed. a 7 year old child, two
teenagers and another adult were also hurt. >> this morning, some political observers are raising questions about the practice of giving free seats in luxury suites to government officials. received more than 40 tickets when the rolling stones played this year. they were worth $600 a piece. government officials have access to baseball, football and basketball games. enough is enough. >> more than 1,000 tickets were given to public employees at san francisco's candle stick park. his office says most of those tickets were given to under privileged children. we posted our special report on our ktvu facebook page. and like to hear what you think. >> all right.
time 18:24 -- 8 8:24. >> highway 24 westbound is looking good and we were talking in the news room about how bart is running on time. but the ntc says if bart goes down, there is no capacity to have the transit systems pick up the slack. we're hoping this is resolved. if it is not, going to be all over bart coverage. right now it is light and seems like people are on vacation because the toll plaza has been pretty light. this is uncharacteristically light even for this time of the morning. we're not questioning it. seems as if some people are taking a summer vacation. the heaviest freeway is 85 northbound and that traffic is slow. 101 is not that bad. this morning it's
not too bad. so that's a nice surprise. let's go to steve. >> getting warm pretty fast. take another couple days inland to cool down. there are signs it will be cooler today. wait, wait, wait. right there. a few high clouds . they are going to say -- out towards fairfield and port chicago. higher clouds look like they will stay south. fog, sun, nice to warm to hot to cool depending on the proximity of the coast. few high clouds and highs upper 50s. signs a little low
will come in and lower the heights which means temperatures will back off a little bit. >> time is now 8:26. sifting through the wreckage after a deadly passenger train crash. what may be to blame and also dramatic new video of the moment it happened. >> and residents in oakland's fairfax neighborhood are shocked after a well-liked woman is shot and killed. the latest coming up. >> reporter: there's been a cyber attack on stanford university's computer system. we'll tell you what stanford university is telling users to do. also have reaction when mornings on 2 continues.
welcome back. time is 8:29. back to the breaking news we've been following. stanford university warning students and staff after an apparent cyber attack on the campus. live at stanford now getting reaction from one of the thousands of people affected by this security breach. >> the way people are finding out about this is through email. send out an email to all of faculty, staff, students letting them know about this cyber attack. university officials don't know how much information or what type has been compromised. stanford is urging students, faculty, staff. anyone who uses computer systems to change their passwords. they are working with law enforcement to determine the impact of the breech and find out who is
behind it. unaware of any protected information or if social security numbers have been compromised. people on campus say they are eager to find out more information. >> i will go check this out and probably change my password on my private page. i'm not really concerned because in the world this happens a lot. i'll do what i can. >> we're told this apparent breech of information is similar to cyber attacks at large companies and organizations in the united states. it is continually upgrading defenses. and realizes the seriousness. a spokes person told me he wasn't sure if any cyber attacks like this have happened in the past.
i also asked them when do they know about the cyber attack but they did not want to release information. but a lot of unanswered questions and as soon as they know more and information they could release, they will let us know. ktvu, channel 2 news. >> the search is on for the person who gunned down a popular dog walker in oakland. it occurred near the woman's home. brian flores is on the street where this deadly shooting happened. >> reporter: good morning. police say they are looking at a couple things that may aid in their investigation. as you can see, we've been here all morning. several people have left candles, flowers, pictures, even several news articles about what happened yesterday. people, residents shocked at what happened yesterday. these are new pictures of the victim identified as 66-year-old judy salovan. constantly seen
walking around here. she was a dog sitter. before 1:30 yesterday afternoon, she was in her gray subaru a few blocks from her home when somebody opened fire. her car was hit and rolled backwards. no other houses or cars were hit. she lived alone with her pets and well liked. at this point, police say it's too early to determine a motive. they are concentrating on searching for suspects. at this time we're not sure of how many suspects. >> this is oakland. you know how our murder rate is. shocking for it to be so close. >> police are looking for two things right now. police say that beer bottles left at the scene, those may have clues on who the shooter was or first-hand witness. the second is because the shooting happened at a nearby cemetery which is
known to have cases. they will be looking at those camera footage to see if there's information there. a neighbor also says judy was interested in starting a neighborhood watch. this is oakland's 56th homicide of the year. live in oakland, ktvu channel 2 news. >> comes after a week after another tragic shooting that killed an 8 year old. she was at a sleep over at a friend's home. someone rang the door bell then fired shots through the front door. an internet gaming cafe appears to reopened after it shut down when a ktvu news crew showed up and started asking questions. the hill internet cafe is back in business. now, when our crew went inside this
week, customers were playing games on computers and winning money. we asked the manager about the legality of the machines that offer cash pay outs. the manager told everyone to leave and closed door. concord city attorney is threatening to file injunction. neighbors complained to us about increase in crimes since that cafe opened. >> the price tag for the grand central station of the west is getting bigger. the center is expected to cost $300 million more than first projected. and that may grow more in the years ahead. the transit hub at 1st and mission is scheduled to open in late 2017. it will serve buses from 7 transit agencies and eventually electric trains. >> police in santa rosa have identified a man accused of killing his wife. happened yesterday at the rimcon valley
mobile estates park. dean called the police and said he just killed his wife. he then took them into his mobile home where they found the body of 64-year-old virginia caytana. it appeared she had been strangled. police still searching for suspects in a deadly attack in the apartment. subsidized housing complex. the victim was 62-year-old woman who lived alone. homicide detectives haven't said how she died but they say she was not shot or stabbed. >> a plan to stop mail delivery to the doors and businesses now goes to representatives. a house committee approved a bill that would keep letter carriers on the streets but the mail will be put in neighborhood boxes. similar to set up at many apartment buildings. supporters say that would save the post office $4.5 billion a year.
it would take ten years for the full plan to go into affect. a rally is planned for saturday to keep the historic berkeley post office from being sold. the postal service says it is moving forward with plans to sell the building. it's not giving up. saturday's rally will celebrate the building's 100th birthday. >> car service uber is expanding. now operating in silicon valley with a lower cost service called uberx. allows people who need a ride to connect with the drivers. a trip from sfo to palo alto cost $60. sunnyvale to san jose $35. the prices are 10 to 15% cheaper than taxi prices. there will be an open house tonight in san francisco about
the polk street improvement project. plans to turn some parking spaces into dedicated bike lanes. some businesses in the area are criticizing this idea. the open house is 1751 sacramento street. it will start at 5:00 tonight. >> right now 8:27 in the morning. check in on the commute with sal. >> you'll like most of it. hasn't been bad. we've been looking around. still some trouble spots. one being on this area of the commute. and on 880 slowing as well. a crash on 880. we have a look at some of these other live pictures. traffic a little bit slow. i would use this instead of 85. we did mention southbound 880 and i wonder if the guy is after this toll plaza picture can put
it up. westbound bay bridge is light. southbound 880 we have a brand new crash right here at the stevenson road exit. 880 can't catch a break. slow out of hayward to stevenson. no injuries but still was blocking a lane for a time. let's go to steve hchlt. >> thank you. fog bank a little higher today. bigger and deeper, if you will. a little cooler conditions for some. it will take another day for other areas to get cooler. no doubt about it. and stronger delta breeze. some locations you really need almost a pattern change to get that to change. i think that's all on the weather menu towards the weekend. higher clouds drifted in. most of those are staying south. stronger sea breeze and a few high clouds out there. overall, highs will be in the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s close to
100. 98 in vacaville. but there are signs that we'll see cooler patterns especially tomorrow and that will sweep in and take us into the weekend. even next week showing signs of slightly below average. >> thank you, steve. >> we are following breaking news out of new jersey. we understand a small plane landed at newark airport after take off when smoke was detected on board. united express flight was stopped on the run way by emergency vehicles. right now no injuries reported. passengers were taken to waiting buses. the flight may have had smoke in the cockpit. we'll bring you more information. >> time is 8:40. a dream trip to europe turned into a nightmare. >> i thought that outside was a balcony but turned out to be a sky light and i fell through it. >> that teenager survived that
welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. unfortunately dow headed even lower at this hour. a live look. it's down 73 points. s&p 500 also down . the dow and s&p hit highs several times in recent weeks. mixed earnings coming in that's helping the nasdaq. that index is up a little bit. we are keeping an eye on facebook in particular. facebook stock right now is up a little more than $6 a share. that's after surprising earnings report after yesterday's closing bell. revenue grew $1.8 billion between april and june. mobile ads were especially strong. google wants to make it easier for online videos on their tvs. chromecast. thumb drive that puts web video on to tv. costs $35 and available
now. the price includes a 3 month subscription to netflix. >> time is 8:44. let's bring you up to date on the top stories. a security breech at stanford. there are reports stanford's information technology infrastructure was hacked. officials say if you use the school's computer system, change your passwords. napa police arrested a wrestling coach on suspicion of send and going possessing child pornography. police arrested richard tuesday after finding digital files of child pornography on his home. he was a part time wrestling coach at a high school in napa until february of this year. and this morning well wishers hit candles and created a photo disaplay for a popular laty in oakland. a pet lover shot and killed in oakland.
judy solomon was shot and killed yesterday afternoon. she was often seen walking pets in the neighborhood. friends and police say they don't know why anyone would hurt her. >> now to our continuing coverage of tense and often bitter contract talks. there are now just ten days left before the next strike deadline on august 4th. and the two sides are still far apart on nearly all of the main issues. katie is at the bart station to talk about why a bart strike is going to be much worse than the one in july. >> reporter: first off, viewers tell us that this is something that nobody wants, a second strike. one viewer tweeted me that he has a commute. the charter buses didn't help him. his commute would take an extra three hours. it could be much
worse than a strike from july when that was during a july 4th holiday week. leaders have been meeting trying to hammer out a contract. they are still far apart in negotiations. board members met yesterday trying to come up with plans on the august 4th deadline. when the contract failed to keep up with demand and huge traffic delays. still one man says he stands by the union workers and their right to strike. >> negotiating good faith. >> i would drive to work. pay the bridge toll and the parking. >> others would like to see the bart strikes be prohibited by law similar to other cities. new york and chicago, for
example, do not allow strikes. it would take a change in state law to legally stop bart unions from striking. bart will bring in charter buses again if there's another strike. just how many buses they'll bring in remains unclear. they plan to add a pick up location that would bring the total up to six locations. one leader says it would take up to 8,000 buses to match the capacity of bart. definitely there are not enough buses to match the amount of riders bart halls everyday. union leaders and negotiates are set to meet again today. hopefully they'll make headway. ktvu channel 2 news. >> time is 8:48. new this morning, new video of the moments when a passenger train derailed in northern spain killing 80 people and injuring 141 more. investigators say the train may have been going too fast around a curb when it derailed. look at that.
the impact split the train in half. this was the deadliest train accident in spain in decades. tampa and florida reopened after a freight train derailed there. 4500 gallons spilled on to the ground. at this point no word of any injuries. >> we're also following developing news where a small plane crashed into a home setting it on fire. this is happening about 40 miles south of indianapolis. you can see the extensive damage to that home. two people on the plane have been rushed to the hospital. we do not know the extent of their injuries. but a woman who lives in the house was not hurt. >> 8:49. new video to show you of the pope's visit to south america. just a little while ago, the pope was mobbed by a big crowd during his tour of
improverished part. hold mass at the beach where a million catholics are expected to be there as part of the world's youth day festivities. >> the sailboat skipper involved in a boat chase is scheduled to be formally charged next month. the coast guard arrested him on sunday. the charges include sending out a phoney distress call and failing to stop his boat. prosecutors say he assaulted a coast guard officer who boarded his boat. >> a third challenger now is back in the water. for the first time artimus racing took out 72-foot catamaran. the crew checked it out over the
night. and decide if they are going to sail today. hoping to compete beginning august 6th. >> 8:50 is the time. the royal baby break s tradition. he is spending his first days in a village outside the royal palace. how villagers are reacting to prince george's name. >> and northbound 101 is better than usual is driving into the crowded silicon valley. what commutes are better and which ones are not. good morning! wow. want to start the day with something heart healthy and delicious? you're a talking bee... honey nut cheerios has whole grain oats that can help lower cholesterol. and it tastes good? sure does! right... ♪ wow. delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so...
welcome back. time is 8:53. the royal baby prince george of cambridge moved in with his grandparents. yesterday prince william and his wife named their baby george alexander louis. the three are living with catherine's family. and neighbors seem to like the name. >> oh, fantastic. a lot of history behind it. and the middle name alexander is really intriguing as well. >> george was the name of six previous kings. prince george and his mother are expected to stay when prince william reports back to work in just two weeks. >> time is 8:54. an oakland family may have to sell their house because of high medical
bills. 15-year-old mya was in italy. she was in her hotel room on the first night of the trip when she fell through a hotel sky light. >> i thought that as was a balcony. turned out to be a sky light and i fell through it. >> i got the call no parent wants. >> mya was seriously hurt. three fractures to her pelvis. she spent three weeks in an italian hospital. the family had to pay $48,000 to fly her home in an air ambulance. most insurance companies don't cover overseas medical emergencies. so they are encouraging travellers buy secondary policies that do cover those expenses. >> back here at home the federal government investigating a civil rights violation at the university of southern california. female students say they were raped on the campus but the school ignored their
reports. campus police were indensetive and did not send their cases to the los angeles police department. the school takes all reports of violence extremely seriously. and previous investigations led to a wide variety of sanctions. >> tickets to music festival are sold out. >> all 65,000 tickets have been sold. festivals scheduled the weekend of august 9th through the 11th. >> then there's a sea lion now back in the ocean after being nursed back to health. take a look. it's a 240 pound sea lion running like a little baby. police at rodeo beach. he was captured in monterey after reports it had a large rubber band around its neck and cut
into its skin. he was treated for the cut and looked real healthy and happy to be back in the waters. >> yes, the folks do great work. getting closer to 9:00. check back in with sal. >> things are getting a little better. and i have to tell you, some commutes have been great all morning like the bay bridge. we didn't have a huge slow down at all westbound. we had a little bit of more people here in the 7:00 hour. right now it's perfect. interstate at 880 in oakland. and the traffic here looks very nice. we don't typically have it so light there. one area that's still getting cleaned up would be 880 union city. got a few tweets about it saying it's slow. but it is getting better. so at least you have that. let's go to steve. >> thank you. for some another great day to start off. 50s and 60s by the coast. 70s and 80s
around the bay. not as hot as yesterday. cooler into the weekend. >> the summer 40 degree temperatures change it can be. >> probably 59. clear lake 100. >> that's our report for this morning. thank you for making ktvu your choice for news. >> and be sure to watch the ktvu channel 2 news at noon. for more on that suspected hacker attack. thanks for joining us.
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