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we are live in san francisco where a woman was knocked unconscious trying to break up a fright at san francisco park. >> ktvu news was first on the scene at this morning's fire at the oakland airport. why one man is now in custody. >> we are live until san jose where parents camped out overnight for their children. we will tell you what they get in turn and why it is so desperately needed. good morning. we are live outside of at & t park this morning because police are searching for two men accused of knocking a woman unconscious just a couple hours after the giants-a's game yesterday. coming up in two minutes, brian flores will have more details
on the fight that police say led up to all of this. it is friday, july 11th i'm pam cook. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather and traffic. steve, i like the way you are painting the sky getting ready for the weekend. >> very beautiful sunrise. there are tropical clouds over us. producing some rain up in the valley and again up in the sierra valley. there could be pretty good boomers. there was some along the crest yesterday, all the way top las vegas. there are numerous reports of drizzle. over all there is a south breeze for some. lows in the 10:s due to the cloud cover. a southerly breeze for many year. yet you get north and east and it's more of a westerly breeze. so cool for some. it will be mild for others. a lot of the tropical clouds should stay north and east of us. mendocino county and lake county should have a stray
shower. fog or low clouds fair. i say that there are fair clouds. here is sal. steve, good morning. we are looking at the commute now and traffic is going to be busy at the bay bridge toll plaza. we do have a backup here and the traffic is going to be backed up for about a 10-15 minute delay. no major problems as you drive through. now if you are driving on san mateo bridge, traffic there looks good. it's about a 15 minute drive into san francisco with no -- i'm sorry on to the peninsula with no major problems. if you are trying to get to san francisco on 101 or to the airport perhaps, 101 is doing well. let's take a look at oakland and getting into oakland, the traffic continues to move along very nicely all the way up to downtown oakland. the road sensors all showing green as you get to downtown. let's go back to the desk. new this morning a small fire at the oakland airport just before 3:30 this morning. a pile of wood and cardboard
used for construction caught fire near the baggage claim area. a section of the wall was singed and sheriffs deputies detained one man for questioning. an airport worker says the man was homeless and tried to get away on a bus. no was one injured and it's not eventing flights this morning. alex savidge will have a live report from the airport at 6:30. the heated rivalry between the a's and giants got too heated. brian flores sat at & t park that left one woman unconscious and police now searching for suspects. brian. >> we know the fight happened about an hour or two after the giants-a's game yesterday. we understand there was some type of argument that led up to the fight among the people that were involved. one woman was knocked unconscious as a result of the melee. this is a live look at second and king streets as well as at & t park. we understand the fight started at 5:50 p.m..
san francisco police say two men got into an argument with a man and woman. we don't know what they were arguing about. one man punched another man in the face. he ended up having chipped teeth. he was treated a the the scene. but the woman was punched in the face and knock the unconscious after she tried to break up the fight. she was taken to sf general for serious injuries. we don't have an update on her condition. when you hear about fights near a ballpark it brings up the thoughts of bryan stow. on wednesday a jury awarded $18 million in damages to bryan stow. the jurors ruled poor stadium security was the result of the fight there are leaved to be 30- 35 years old. one is believed to be african american, the other hispanic and it remains unclear exactly
how they got away. live in san francisco brian flores ktvu channel 2 news. a woman accused of killing a google executive may face charges in a separate death investigation in georgia. >> why you think it's an overdose? >> because that is -- there is nothing else it could be. >> alex tickleman called 911 in georgia top report that her boyfriend overdosed on heroin. 53-year-old dean died from a mixture of heroin, oxycodone and alcohol. heroin also killed google executive forest hayes on his yacht. georgia police are reopening their case because of the similarities. >> we are going to go back and look at it and make sure that everything that we determine to
be correct almost a year ago is still factual. >> the california investigators say tickleman searched online for information about how to legally defend herself after giving a lethal dose of heroin. tickleman right now is charged with manslaughter in santa cruz but prosecutors are considering elevating the charge to second degree murder. tickleman and the google executive met through the online dating website seekingarrangement.com. and she told investigators she is a prostitute. that website released a statement saying it does not allow prostitution and we are shocked to learn of this tragedy and we'd like to convey our deepest sympathies to mr. hayes' family. this is the latest example of the growing drug problem in the mountain view valley.
the internet allows anonymous websites to pop up and discreetly pairs sex workers with customers. they say the chances of being found out and arrested are much lower. people living in a homeless camp over a freeway overpass will get to stay at that site a little longer. the city declared the site a public nuance and gave them until tuesday to clear out. the decision came after city officials learned the people living in the camp are working with city agencies to find places to go. san francisco supervisor david campos vowing to fight to prevent a senior assisted living home to close its doors. they have offered low income seniors a place to live for the last 130 year. but it has run into financial trouble and the building was sold to a private school for $5.7 million last week. 27 people in their 80s and 90s
have been given eviction notices. and campos says he is prepared to file a lawsuit top stop that closure. happening right now parents are camping outside of a san jose charity making sure their kids get school supplies they need. ktvu janine de la vega is joining us live now from san jose to tell us why the need for under privileged children is greater than ever. good morning. good morning, dave -- >> reporter: good morning, dave. i want to show you what this line looks like. i'm told the first person camped out here at 10:30 last night. some of them brought they're lawn chairs. other people are actually just here on the sidewalk on the cement lying on the ground. there is some children out here too. this is very important for them to come out here because backpacks and supplies are expensive. about $75. that is to fill up a backpack. and that is nearly a full days pay for a minimum wage worker.
let's go to video of last years event where the children received their backpack ifs. today is the day to register. and last year they had to turn parents away. this year they upped the antiand raised their goal. they want to collect 2800 backpacks. things they need many things to fill it. scientific calculators, they want to put gift cards in there for shoes. all very important. and we spoke with one mother out here who has twins and she just lost her job. here's what she had to tell us. >> i don't have a job and it's a lot of work to get things together. i have twins. they are both in seventh grade. and the little girl goes to consistenter guard -- goes to kindergarten. >> reporter: we are back out here live. i wanted to show you backpacks that they need. if you want to donate, don't
donate red or blue. here is some of the things. let's set this down and take it out. some obvious things like folders, pencils, glue sticks. let's see what is this? pencil sharpeners. scientific calculators. they need usb memory sticks. all of this is so helpful for everybody who is waiting out here. some people it's their first year having to wait in line. other families have been here year after year. but the need is still great because there is such a divide between the affluent community here in the silicon valley and the low income families. if you'd like to donate, you can come here and drop off your donations or donate online. reporting live from san jose janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news. cal tran is speeding up plans for ranks tension to the popular walking and biking trail on the the new bay
bridge. this map shows what the trail would look like now and once the project is complete. construction now set to begin in 2017 to meet a federal funding deadline. many walkers, bicyclists, jogger say they have a tough time getting to the current trail and this is designed to make et more accessible. our time is 6:11. two people hurt after an early morning apartment fire happened in san leandro. coming up at 6:30, the simple act investigators say may have started that blaze. but first upgrading san francisco's parking meters. how the new changes could help you avoid a ticket. >> and right now we are still looking at a nice drive to work if you are going to get out there. for the most part you will see traffic that is doing well. there is one spot that is slowing down. we'll tell you where that is. >> a mix of low clouds and high tropical clouds for a mild friday morning. that is is for sure. if you are heading up to the sierra, maybe some thunderstorms.
this is sentencing day for 20-year-old jay williams of zap jose. he was convicted in the thrill kill death of a high school classmate. here is video of jay williams in 2009 during his first court appearance. he was 15 years old. williams could get life in prison for the deadly stabbing of michael russell. investigators city williams and a friend killed russell for the thrill of it.
his friend is facing a separate trial that will begin this month. house speaker john boehner is moving forward with plans to sue president obama. the lawsuit focuses on the president's decision to give businesses an extra year to comply with the requirement to offer their employees insurance under the new health care plan. now boehner says that by law the president feeds a vote of congress to do that. and president obama calls the lawsuit a political stunt by republicans. >> i've got a better idea. do something. if you are mad at me for helping people on my own, let's team up. let's pass some bills. >> what we are talking about here are place where the president is rewriting law to make it fit his own needs. >> the house rules committee has disfiled a ruling next -- has filed a ruling next week.
the united nations scheduled today's meeting even before the current immigration crisis on the u.s. border. officials from the united states, mexico, and central america are attending. the u.n. high commissioner for refugees called this meeting to update a 30 year declaration a 30-year-old declaration on the obligation that nations have to help refugees. the u.n. is encouraging the u.s. to look at least some of the central american imgrants as refugees because of the violence in their home countries. meantime the u.s. border patrol says it will no longer fly plane loads of immigrants from texas to san diego to be processed. the border patrol says recent antiimmigration protests in murrieta had nothing to do with this decision. instead, they are saying it has reduced the backlog of immigrants in texas and therefore they will be able to
process them at facilities right there. san francisco upgrading parking meters and the changes could help drivers avoid tickets. both drivers and businesses welcome the change. >> because it costs so much in having to come up with a pocket full of change and having to have $3-$4 worth of change. >> another major upgrade if you pay by phone, the new meters will update your transaction on the screen. with the old meters the screen would show as expired. they plan to swap out all 27,000 meters city-wide by early next year. the cost is $15 million. and sal, you probably know this. just to warn people if you haven't done this before. i thought oh great i can pay with my phone. it takes some time. you have to set up this whole account. >> once you do it the first time it's easier the next time.
now that the meters have credit cards, that is pretty easy. that is pretty fast. of course i still have a pocket full of quarters because i've been scared forever by san francisco parking. see these are quarters. thank you. that is called active television. let's take a look at commute now. about a 15-20 minute drive time into san francisco. no major problems. we seem to be having a little bit of a lighter commute. but not here. it's slightly lighter than usual and sometimes the backup is even more. let's move along and take a look at the 237 commute. that is definitely better than normal. and you can drive over to sunnyvale without any problems. some people use the dumbarton bridge in the area as well. dumbarton bridge is looking good across the east palo alto. as we get there, you can see the traffic is still doing well on highway 101 and highway 280.
let's go to steve. sal. >> yes, sir? >> can i name drop? >> yeah. >> i was having lunch with lisa montrose. and we were at lamar and she goes hold on i have to feed my meter and she got out her phone. so that is what you are talking about? >> yes. 2014 baby. >> we do have a lot of clouds over us here. low colloids, drizzle and high and mid level tropical clouds. is this really soon in the season for this? yeah it happens. in were thunderstorms near las vegas yesterday and there will be more showers, thundershowers. it's 58 in sacramento. we will go 68 today. same as yesterday. there is a southerly breeze for some or southeast. there is a big fog bank out there. 60s on the lows. 60s. 50s for some but a lot of 60s here. you have 60 in foster city.
59 in belmont. the breeze is subtle for most. sfo has turned south again. and half-moon bay south they were favoring a little more westerly but not anymore. this is really mild for this kind of pattern. same can be said for concord, napa, and also novato and oakland. north bay, east bay running a little cooler. look at the moisture. it's really close here. but minute see though county and lake county there could be a few little guy showers. but jury roomily all of this is pushing northward for now. the red indicates red flag warnings. 57 tahoe. 74 in reno. so it's really warm. there is a big fog bank. mild to cool. as we get that westerly breeze or southerly breeze. the low will kick out. high pressures will build in. inland temps will bump up on sunday. double barrel low. you usually don't see this in july but that's what is there.
the combination of the two feeding in a lot of that tropical cloud deck. there is another tropical storm in the western pacific. i should add this. they just had the typhoon go into japan. there is another one west of the philippines. it is very active. that pairs watch as a lot of that recurves. so just food for thought. 60s and 70s and 80s on the temps. most of these are below average inland. they are near average coast and bay. it may be warmer imland. wells fargo reported second quarter earnings. the san francisco based bank reported $5.73 billion. that is up $210 million. it also comes as revenues fall. wells fargo the largest mortgage lender in the country and closely watched as the belle weather of the banking industry. elon musk is donating money
for a tesla museum. tesla was considered a rival of thomas eddison. musk promises there will be a super charger station at the museum which is being built on long island where tesla had its lab. a jewelry store owner fights back the second time in a year. coming up in 15 minutes, the risk write decision he made after two armed men stormed his store. >> there was no trace of her nowhere. >> marking one year since the disappearance of an oakland toddler. the answer daphne web's family is still looking for as police have turned the case over to the district attorney.
welcome back. time is 6:25. a march planned for tonight in antioch about the city's repeat wave of violence. in over two weeks there have been 14 shootings in antioch. community and religious leaders will hold a walk against gun violence. they will begin that walk at the church of god holly. one year after the dis appearance of daphne web --
last night by tolding a vigil at 79th avenue 37 that is where -- west side of market. police looked extensively to poor daphne. >> how did she disappear so well? that is what i'm angry the most about. there is no trace of her nowhere. she just vanished. >> john web was the only person of interest ever named by the police. he was arrested the day reporting his daughter was missing. then he was released after prosecutors decided not to file charges. web died in may. his family says he committed suicide. today a petaluma woman is giving back in a very big way. almost ten years ago william millard 20-year-old son died and he donated his son's
pancreas. >> i felt like giving her back life. >> and she is just going to bring us even closer together. >> after the first surgery the two families stayed in touch and became quite close. doctors were surprised that janice was a close tissue match but she believed it was one of those things that was metropolitan to be. doctors are performing the surgery today at the civic medical center in san francisco. it's 6:27. a heated exchange involving a city leader in the east bay. >> you guys are a bunch of bullies. >> ktvu news has obtained the cell phone video that is taking center stage in this controversy. >> and a big scare at the oakland airport early this morning after a small fire breaks out inside one of the terminals. we will tell you what was burning and why one man was taken into custody.
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good morning to you. welcome back. what ewe are looking at a burn mark left after a small fire. ktvu news was first on the scene early this morning. our camera is panning around to show you exactly where this happened. our reporter alex savidge is there. he talked to an airport employee who saw the suspect trying to escape. stay tuned his story is coming up in two minutes. good morning. thank you for joining us. ktvu channel 2 morning news
friday it's july 11th i'm dave clark. >> good morning i'm pam cook. 6:30. remember 7-eleven. free slurpy. don't forget your free slurpy. it didn't feel like summer when i opened my door. there was a cool wind. >> that is true. it depends. some areas are very mild. mostly cloudy. if you get a cool breeze, it feels that way. if you get a south, southeast, it could feel pretty mild. a lot of twitter pictures coming in from the valley. even some rain. 60s on many of those temps. i mean just really mild pattern. and again that south breeze sfo has it. yet it's westerly at hayward. there is a big difference in that. and westerly more toward south of the east bay and concord is in there. oakland up to napa as well. a lot of tropical clouds if you have travel plans or even
sacramento valley i would keep an eye on the skies. low clouds, fog, fair. a lot of high clouds. beautiful sunrise. 70s and 80s. 60s and 70s coast and bay. here is sal. good morning. we are still looking at a decent commute. some commutes haven't become slow at all. let's start off with the toll plaza where we have a normal looking backup here. it's a 20 minute drive time into san francisco. so nothing too different there. as we look at the san mateo bridge traffic and some of the commutes that have been a little lighter than usual. let's go to 880 and take a look at oakland. northbound and southbound traffic that looks good if you are driving on southbound 80. it's moderate. dumbarton bridge looks good. 237 looks pretty light. i think on the peninsula and heading to the san jose area we are in good shape. let's go back to the desk. there was rattled nerves at
oakland international airport during a fire at one of the terminals. in fact, there is still a large burn spot on one of the interior walls. alex savidge is live at the airport now. alex, as you come back the flights there, they are still going on as scheduled. >> reporter: dave, good morning. this has to be unnerving for those that were at the airport this morning. net let me show -- let me show you what was burning. it was this pile of wood and card board. and this pile of construction materials originally was right here inside near the baggage claim area in terminal one. you can see a burn park there on the wall. no one hurt and the fire was quickly contained. but there was one person who was detained in connection with this fire. we saw that person in the back of a sheriffs patrol car. this was all at 3:30 this morning. a sergeant out here at the scene told me that man will be questioned about this fire. a witness that was here at the
time told me the man in custody appeared to be homeless and he says he saw that man run over after the fire was set or the materials caught fire. he saw this man run over and tried to board a bus to get away. but sheriffs deputies stopped him and took him into custody. we are looking to get more information on who this man is and what if any charges he will be facing. the witness that was here tells me the fire aalmosts did go off inside terminal one and people did evacuate the building. should point out as well we checked in with airport officials this morning, they tell me this small fire here did not impact any of the operations or flights here at the airport. live in oakland alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. an early morning fire in san leandro injured two people. one of them with severe burns. it happened just before 1:00 a.m. at an apartment building on 159th avenue not far from
interstate 580. investigators think a cooking accident on a stove started the fire. the damage was mainly in the kitchen. the burn victim was taken to a hospital in san francisco with first, second, and third degree burns. the other person suffered smoke inhalation. two animals in the apartment a cat and dog were also hurt. they were taken to a local vet. a woman is dead, two others hurt after two separate shootings within an hour in oakland. the first happened at 8:45 last night. police say a man and woman were shot. the woman died at the hospital. and then at 9:35 another shooting was reported on 32nd street. police say a male juvenile was shot there and now in stable condition at the hospital. no arrests have been made in either shooting. time is 6:35. one man still on the loose this morning. another one is in the hospital with life threatening injuries after a shootout during a jewelry store robbery in santa rosa. it happened just after 1:30
yesterday afternoon at bennett valley jewelers. witnesses say two men burst in there and shot the store manager in the arm. the shop owner then chased after the men shooting at them. one was captured and held down by an off duty police officer but the other man got away. >> i feel bad for anybody in the store that had to experience this. it's horrible. >> now the store owner shot at other armed robbers last summer. he believes his shop is targeted because it's the only certified rolex dillinger sonoma county and says the watches are easy to get rid of. the store may now install security doors to buzz customers in and out. that wounded store manager we're told will be okay while investigators think the suspect who got away may have left the area. there are now calls for richmond's vice mayor to resign after her heated exchanges with members of the community. ktvu news obtained cell phone video of one of those
arguments. >> you guys are a bunch of bullies. you are a bunch of women abusers. >> this confrontation between vice mayor jovanka beckles and community activists happened 11 days ago. some say it's time for the vice mayor to step down. >> but she is vice mayor. she speaks for all of us. this is something that is intolerable. >> beck l is defending her actions -- beckles is defending her actions. she says the video does not tell the whole story. happening right now parents are camping outside of a san jose charity trying to make sure their kids get the school supplies they need. ktvu janine de la vega is joining us live from san jose to tell us why the need is growing for under privileged children. good morning, janine. >> reporter: good morning, dave. even though the economy is
stronger, there is still a strong need. people are struggling to find jobs. they are out of work. and those that do have jobs are still having a hard time paying the rent and their bills. and because of the high cost of living. there is about 60 moms, dads, and kids waiting to register and receive a free backpack. this is video from last years giveaway at sacred heart community services. this agency has been giving away backpacks and supplies for 12 years. the goal this year is to collect 2800 backpacks so they need help with people donating. today is the day that parents are registering to receive the backpack and supplies. the nonprofit agency says it's important for low income children to be prepared because they already -- and priced out of better performing school attributes. it helps boost their self- esteem and not have to worry about going without basic school supplies. >> you are always concerned
about trying to find better materials. better methods to help your kids out. you know. without them having to go without. because whatever they have, it gives them more opportunities to get ahead. >> reporter: and back out here live, i do want to show you some of the things that sacred heart community service needs. obviously backpacks but they would like you to not donate any that are red or blue. they will accept any color or print. kids need school folders, scientific calculators, we have glue sticks here, markers. this is all through kindergarten through 12th grade. this is usb memory sticks, erasers. all of these things. if there is anything you can donate to sacred heart community services, they would grately appreciate it. as i mentioned, it's 2800 backpacks they are hoping to
give away on august 8th. so if you'd like to donate, you can come down here and donate or you can donate online. reporting live from san jose janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news. time is 6:39. the city of oakland unvailing plans to bring back electric streetcars. oakland once had a large electric trolley system. it took riders to many bay area cities including san francisco but it was dismantled about 60 years ago. now oakland is considering an updated version that would run from the amtrak station at jack london square, up broadway, and to the mccarthur bart station. >> and that would be clean and green and not use fossil fuels. but it would also bring us back to the future. >> the idea is being explored through a $300,000 cal trans grant. now if federal money is available, the streetcars could possibly be running again in oakland by 2017.
6:4540 is -- 6:40 is the time. saved from eviction. the reason behind the -- >> a woman was knocked unconscious by two men near at & t park yesterday. coming up an update on her condition and who police are look for. >> good morning. right now we are looking at a commute that still looks very nice around the bay. you can see northbound 101 traffic here looking good as you drive toward sunnyvale. we will tell you more about the south bay commute. >> beautiful sunrise here for a number of reasons. we have a lot of clouds low and high over us. and a few showers are possible again today. we will take a look at the friday forecast. ♪ 737. 737. right there? you guessed it. how do we save on operational costs? with the world's largest fleet of boeing 737's. one of the many ways
looking in my rearview mirror and i see all of these cars getting hit by the truck. i'm thinking to myself i've got to brace myself because i'm going to get hit. >> all lanes of highway 17 in los gatos are back open this morning. that is after that horrible deadly accident involving a big rig and at least ten cars. it had to be shut down for most of the day yesterday. a 26-year-old man from santa cruz were killed. seven people were take ton the hospital and the truck driver said he tried slamming on the brakes but just couldn't stop. th owner of the truck showed ktvu newspaper work indicating
they did a safety check yesterday before the crash. a woman was knocked unconscious last night during a fight outside of at & t park. it happened after yesterday's bay bridge series game between the giants and the a's. ktvu brian flores is joining us live now. brian, you have new police audio describing that attack. >> reporter: we do, dave. good morning. we know that fight happened about an hour or two after the giants-a's game here. we understand the fight started out of some type of argument against a group of people. as you mentioned one woman was knocked unconscious as a result of the melee. what we know the fight started at 5:50 p.m.. outside of at & t park. san francisco police say two men got into an argument with a man and woman. we don't know what they were arguing about but one of the men punched another man in the face. he ended up having chipped teeth. he was treated at the scene. but a woman that was believed to be a companion was punched in the face and knocked
unconscious after she tried to break up the fight. she was taken to sf general for serious injuries. we don't have an update on her condition. but listen as police describe the scene. >> i have a female about 30 years old that is unconscious and hasn't regained consciousness. >> reporter: now when you hear about fights at or near a ballpark, it brings up the story of bryan stow. the giant fan that was beaten at a dodgers game. a jury awarded $18 million in damages to stow. the jury ruled poor stadium security made them partially responsibility for what happened. a donors fan from fort brag was stabbed to death near at & t park. they left the giants-dodgers game and headed toward the area of third and harrison. they were confronted bay group of giants fans. an argument and fight insued
and denver was stabbed to death. let's take you back out here live. in terms of this case, we don't know much about the suspects. only vague descriptions about san francisco police. they are described between 30- 35 years old. one is believed to be african american, the other is hispanic. it remains unclear how they got away. live in san francisco i'm brian flores ktvu channel 2 news. there is a california connection to this week's mass killing in a suburb of houston. the suspect ron haskell traveled from his home in orange county to texas to track down his ex-wife. he forced his way into a house where his ex-wife's sister lived. but when he found out his ex- wife was not there, he tied up everyone inside and shot them execution style. the sister, her husband, and four of their children were killed. the lone survivor was a 15-year- old daughter that was grazed in the head with a bullet. time is 6:47. i want to check in with tori campbell who is in the newsroom
with a look at what is coming up on mornings on 2. hi tori. >> good morning. coming up on mornings on 2. we have an update on a challenge to get san jose's one million residents to lose one million pounds. lest just say they have a long way to go. and find out who else has just been invited to join in the endeavor to shed a few pounds. >> and the owner of a castro valley pizzeria is in hot water for doing more than cooking up pizza but allegedly cooking the books. those stories coming up. >> very interest. time 16:-- time is 6:48. let's see what sal is seeing on the roads. >> it's looking pretty good. we've had a couple of slow downs. for the most part if you are leave the house, you can see the traffic is cooperating with your commute. let's take a look at 80 westbound. 19 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the mccarthur maze. and then getting on to the
bridge so the entire drive time is about 15-20 minutes across that span to the san francisco side. we are also looking at 580 which is traditionally slow over the altamont pass. most of the slow traffic is in livermore. if you are getting on the freeway in dublin, you should be okay. and also looking at the dumbarton bridge and 101. 101 does look good. south bay commute still looks pretty good. let's go to steve. thank you very much. a very good morning. thanks to everybody on twitter sending in the pictures today. chris richardson sent a picture of a faint rainbow. yes, there are definitely some light drizzle being reported. i know santa cruz mountains have had measurable amounts. parts of the city as well. a lot of the tropical clouds are making for a very beautiful sunrise. a really kind of a split forecast here for the north bay, east bay, and peninsula and south bay. reason being the wind direction. we will go 68 in san francisco
today. the same as yesterday. the low clouds that is enchancing a lot of that and combination of the low and high funneling up a lot of tropical clouds in the sierra and to the north. 60s on the temps. the lows have been very, very mild. not only that but everyone is pretty close. there is not much of a difference here. i think there is something wrong with fairfield. fairfield is calm this is really strange. but now you find the south wind. southeast, south at mountain view. south at sfo. south at half-moon bay. this is a really mild tropical feel. few little showers.
they are getting rain up in redding. from is plenty of moisture this year. we have red flag warnings out. they had it out earlier. 74 up in reno. for us we have big, big fog bank. it's mild for some. cool for others. after saturday the low kicks out. the high will build in from the four corners. that is the double barrel low. kind of an interesting pattern. mild and warm to the south. 60s and 70s and 80s. these are below average inland yet they are low average for most coast and bay. so it will balance out somewhere. and that inland temps will rebound over the weekend. alibaba may started the process of an initial public
offering this month. some invest sos say that is what the company told them. they say alibaba executives say the exact timing depends on market conditions. whip it goes public it is expected to be the largest ipo's ever. taco bell says it's making a big change. the corn salsa and creamy cilantro dressing is out. they are supposed to be healthier than the old menu. she's accused of killing a google executive. >> i think my boyfriend overdosed. >> the 911 tape that could link her to another deadly case on the other side of the country. >> packages with valuable content stolen from three homes on the peninsula. this video that police are looking at. ♪ ♪
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at the chp academy in west alabama sac. now section month they will conduct a special operation that is aimed at reducing the number of motorcycle crashes on highway 12 in napa and solano counties. extra police officers will be out there looking for violations by both drivers and cyclists. statewide the chp says deadly motorcycle involved crashes went down 35% between 2008 and 2010. but they went up 29% by 2012. police are increasing neighborhood patrols after they broke into annealedly couples home while sleeping. it happened early wednesday morning at a home near via vista avenue. they believe the burglar hopped over a gate. a briefcase with financial documents was reportedly taken and palo alto police sabellas of occupied homes are rare. belmont police report three cases. now they have a lead. one homeowner released this video of a man walking up to a
house and balking away with a package in his arms. police say it is unusual since they haven't had a single case of packages being stolen. now they have had three. all in the same neighborhood on the same day. >> it is disturbing to imagine that people are scoping out the neighborhood during the day while a lot of people are at work. >> i'm not surprised. i think the criminals are just very bold these days. and going with their community. >> described as light skin. he may be driving a dark toyota pree warehouse yust. that generous man went to the grocery store and asked the manager for permission to pay for people's groceries. the store clerk said he waited until the transaction was over and then he handed over the
cash and everyone was in awe. >> i asked him why. because i had questions. [ laughter ] but he replied with why not? why not? >> the mystery man spent about $600 on groceries for about six customers. coming up next. a man taken into custody after an early morning fire at the oakland airport find out if this incident is effecting traffic. >> and parents camping out overnight in san jose. what is behind the long lines. we will bring you a live report. stay right here with us. ♪
♪ ♪ oh, yeah [ male announcer ] discover your new orleans. start exploring at followyournola.com. . a man is in custody suspected of starting a small fire in the airport. what was burned and how quickly the fire was contained. >> crews come to the rescue of pets in danger in an early morning fire in the east bay. >> plus violence outside the home of the giants, ktvu news now has the police audio describing this disturbing at