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drivers can no longer dro on market. the find you could be -- the fine you could be facing if you break the new law. it's tuesday, august 11th. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning. >> less talk about weather and traffic. everything is cool. >> it will be cool ill. my goodness, that jerusalem fire doubled in size. we have up to 12,000 acres. good news. there will be more cloud cover. some breaks in the clouds. but the system well to the west but it's close enough that its en-- that it's enhanced the fog bank. there will be a breeze with sunshine. there's the low. if we could just get it over here but it's close enough that it's swinging in high and mid- level clouds. jerusalem fire, not the rocky, doubled in size. 12,000 acres overnight. that's incredible. 19 square miles. 7 miles northeast in middletown. i think we have good news. there are high clouds. this is from cloe way waiting
for sunrise, clouds will help today along with cooler temperatures. you can see some of the cloud cover there. it's just kind of on the edge favoring more mendocino county and lake county. we will see conditions that are better. westerly breeze. higher humidity and cooler conditions. keel focus on that for today and then see if we can arrange that for tomorrow. the low is not going anywhere until probably wednesday night or thursday. ahead of that low clouds and high clouds. we'll go with a mix of sun and clouds and drizzle. 70s and 80s through the interior. 60s and 70sen on the coast -- 70s on the coast. sal, want to start in fremont. i can start where you maent me to. but i think i will start at the toll plaza. everybody wants to see that. that's what everybody wants to hear it. westbound bay bridge backed up tonight maze.
this is a typical commute. you will see slowing onto the bridge. 880 and steve and i have been talking about it a lot. 880 has been okay in oakland. down the road, we had an earlier accident southbound 880 in fremont. it's gone. but it was there long enough that traffic is really slow right from 238. it stays that way all the way down to stevenson. today it's slower than it normally is. today, it is slower than it normally is. nearby on 580 is slow son the pass. it's moderate into dublin and then 680 southbound getting out of pleasanton is going to be slow as you head counsel toward the sun -- down to the sunol grade. a major change for drivers who use market street today. starting today, private cars won't be able to turn onto one stretch of the busy road. alex savidge is live on market street. people might take a while to get used to this. >> reporter: yeah. i think there could be a bit of
a learning curve. we'll have to see how it plays out. there will be parking control officers from the city of san francisco. they will be posted along the stretch of market. take a look. the signs are very clear. this is one of them right here. it says it. in black and white. literally. no turns onto market and there are some exceptions, trucks, buses taxies and bicycles but in essence here no one in a private car can make a turn onto market between third street and eighth street starting today. transportation officials say the goal here is safety. they point to a high number of accidents along this portion of market. many involving pedestrians and bicyclists. transportation officials say one way to reduce the number of crashes is to reduce traffic volumes on market which is why private cars are being pushed off the busy thoroughfare. some drivers we saw believe this plan may backfire.
>> cause a lot of traffic. definitely gonna cause a lot of traffic. it won't free up anything. it will make it worse. trust me. about 11:00, 12:00, lunchtime, making it a lot difficult for people to get back to work on time especially if they have to travel. >> reporter: it still, the hope from transportation officials is that less congestion along this stretch of market will speed up muni bus routes and will be good news for taxi drivers who will be allowed to make those turns onto market street. these restrictions are all part of san francisco's vision zero plan. this is an effort that is underway to hopefully eliminate traffic deaths here in the city over the coming decade. but again, we will bring you back out here live. this is third street at market and starting today, no turns allowed onto market street if you are in a private car. the warning is out. gasia, we do know that tickets will be issued. we'll have to see if drivers
are given a break today. if there's that grace period at all as drivers learn the new rules. we'll see how it shakes out today. >> we're talking about tickets upwards of $200, right? >> reporter: the fines potentially could vary. it could be that much. absolutely. >> okay. all right. alex savidge, we have been warned. thank you. there is a warning going out in alameda where a teenager was sexually assaulted by a prowler who is still on the loose. allie rasmus is live in alameda. have a look at a person of interest in this case as well as other crimes that may be connected. >> reporter: that's right. alameda police have put out a photo of a person of interest in this case. a man they want to talk to in connection with the break-ins. there have been six break-ins since june. police believe the same man may be responsible. the concern is he may be escalating and upping the ante
every time one happens. the most recent was on sunday. a man cut through a window screen and entered a girl's bedroom window and sexually assaulted her. again, police say the man in this picture is a person of interest in these cases. they want to talk to him. this was taken from a hotel. the first one happened in june. he's described as being in his late teens or early 20s with a dark complex and in talking with alameda residents many said they and their neighbors are aware of this string of break-ins. some got a text alert from police warning residents in the area to keep their doors and windows locked overnight. others say it's been a general topic of discussion online, on their e-mail groups and amongst neighbors. >> this town is like mayberry. you don't see this kind of stuff usually happening and i think this -- the neighborhood
here, everybody is tight-knit. they can't say it won't happen. but i think people are much more aware. >> very troubling. what may happen, he will break into somebody's house and somebody is gonna -- might get injured or killed or he himself may break into the wrong house and the homeowner may be armed. >> reporter: now, here is another look of that photo of the person of interest in these crimes. police say so far all of the bay bridges have happened on the west end of alameda. but they are urging residents all across the island to take extra precautions, keep their doors and windows locked overnight. again, anyone who recognizes the man in the photo is asked to give alameda police a call. >> residents are being told to be on alert. what are police doing to try to catch the man? >> reporter: well, police say along with that person of interest, the photo, they have other persons of interest, other leads they are looking into. they have undercover police working this case and they have increased patrols on the west
end of the island. so the goal here and the hope is to catch this guy before he triks again. >> -- strikes again. >> thank you. the san mateo county sheriff's department is warning people there to be on alert after a man sexually assaulted a woman in her own home. this happened sunday night in san carlos at 10:30 on chestnut street. police say a man knocked on the woman's door. she let him in. the man slawpted the woman an -- sexually assaulted the woman and she escaped. today, the san jose city council will consider a six-mon ban on closing down -- six- month ban on closing down mobile home parks. as the value of land goes up, so does the number of park owners who want to sell their property to developers. the proposed moratorium would give the city some time to review an existing ordinance that outlines the process of closing down a mobile home park. the decision comes a week after the announced closure of the win chester -- winchester
community which could cause people to move. >> the plan is to have it closed in two years. and that caused more fear, more panic because, of course, we're not ready to move in two years and had never planned to move. >> san jose city officials are due to talk about ideas about how to help people who are displaced, ideas include increasing the relocation compensation and requiring city council approval for any park conversion. a state of emergency has been issued in ferguson, missouri after another chaotic night that included protests and more arrests. some 100 people were arrested in and around ferguson. more than 20 were taken into custody as a large crowd blocked traffic on the highway. the latest protests come more than 24 hours after a demonstration was interrupted by gunfire and the police shooting that left an 18-year-
old critically injured. >> police been abusing their power for years. years. we want more -- we want steeper consequences for police when they violate and do things wrong. >> police say that 18-year-old shot by officers yesterday fired at police first. he's now facing several charges. our time now is 7:10. it appears aldon smith may have his pick of new jobs despite his latest arrest. the 25-year-old faces possible charges of dui, hit and run and vandalism after being arrested last week in santa clara. it was his fifth arrest in four years and in response, the 49ers released hill. now there are reports the -- released him. now there are reports the new york giants are among 14 teams that may be interested in him. the key may be whether toxicology reports show he had been drinking before he reportedly hit a parked car in the lot at his apartment
complex. smith is denying being under the influence. 7:11. we're finding out more about the trouble from san francisco'slands festival. coming up, the reported kidnapping under investigation just outside of the big event. >> and that second big wildfire in lake county, it is still burning out of control this morning. up next, why a man who was trying to protect his property from the fire ended up being arrested. good morning. we're looking at the bridge commute. right now, the san mateo bridge is a little bit busy as you go away from hayward and head to the peninsula. we'll tell you more about that coming up. a nice low coming down the coast. actually parallel to it. but it's ushering in a cooler a-- a cooler pattern. we'll talk about how much cooler.
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welcome back. new information about the latest wildfire in -- in lake county. the jerusalem fire, now at 12,000 acres. it started sunday night near middletown. about 150 people have been evacuated. calfire says the steep terrain and the high winds really making this hard to fight. >> excess, getting the necessary resources we can. we're using everything, helicopters, hand crews, bulldozers. >> a lot of the firefighters they had just been battling the huge flames of the rock qi fire. a man has been arrested. he is accused of starting a backfire. his name is juan ramos silva. he was arrested sunday night. lake county sheriff's deputies say they discovered a marijuana grow at his home. deputies think he started the backfire to protect his marijuana plants from those flames. >> this is the fifth arson arrest in the past two weeks.
all up and down the state our investigators have been very diligent in tracking down investigating these individuals and arresting them. >> silva will be charged with arson, calfire says it's against the law for nonfirefighters to start backfires even to protect their homes because with conditions so dry, these fires could easily get out of control. calfire says the rocky fire, it could be fully contained by thursday. right now, it's 88% contained. the fire has burned more than 69,000 acres. 43 homes have been destroyed. 7:16 now. we're learning new details about a grewsome homicide case earlier this year in san francisco. back in january, a suitcase was found containing body parts outside of a goodwill store. the remains blocked to omar shawan. an autopsy lists the cause of death as homicidal violence. it also said traces of cocaine,
heroin and methadone were detected. his roommate was arrested in the killing. but he was released due to a lack of evidence. then he was found dead days later of a drug overdose. ross mirkarimi's drns has been suspended for past six months but he said he didn't know. the dmv said he was notified in january because he didn't report being in an accident in october. under california law, drivers have to file a report if someone is hurt or if the damage is $750 or more. in this case, the other car involved in the accident was damaged. he's restricted for driving to and from work until he files a damage report and files other information. he said his insurance company told him everything was in order. he's running for re-election. henne se's campaign said --
henne say's campaign said apparently there's a des yepency -- discrepancy about how he follows the law. all kind of selects and everyday people were dumping ice water on their heads and raising money to fight als last year. a johns hopkins researchers said $100 million raised helped scientists pinpoint a defective protein in brain cells of patients of als. those experiments could lead to treatments for als, they say. 7:18. let's see if you need to hit the road now. >> i don't think you need to run out of the house right now.
this is a look at the commute on 58 westbound. it will be slow. we have an accident that's cleared on 880. it was there maybe 45 minutes ago on 880 near decoto. that's gone. you should get out of the house earlier in that's your -- if that's your commute. 580 as you drive let's say from castro valley into oakland if you are using the macarthur freeway, that should be pretty good. if you are driving over the peninsula, 101 and 280 are off to a pretty decent start. it's going to be just kind of a normal commute. not everywhere is doom and gloom when it comes to the roads. let's take a look at live pictures. 880 is beginning to slow a little bit northbound as you approach 66th and get up to high street. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, about 15, 20 minutes before you make it on the span. hello, steve.
>> hello, sal. i saw you briefly in the newsroom. >> i know. we do have an interesting pattern. we couldn't get a low to visit us in january. nothing but high pressure and record highs and no rain whatsoever. well, there is a low going down the coast here in august. everything is topsy-turvy. i don't know. a hint of fall in the air. there's the low. i will give you a better picture. it's enhanced the fog bank, drizzle. .05 up in fort bragg. .01 in san francisco. first mesh purable of august so far. we get our first rain of august. it's not much but it clicked the rain game. higher clouds favoring mendocino county more than lake county. that will help the firefighters. the conditions will be cooler. westerly breeze. northwest, west. that's good. west, what about kelseyville? west-northwest. humidity is up. temperatures are down. these are all positives.
the wind creates its own issues. the fire has its own weather issues. at least we're getting a little bit of cloud cover and cooler temperatures. there's the low. for this time of year, it's impressive. it's a little bit too ar-- too far away. we get some drizzle. we have another hurricane. guillermo well afarther -- well apart. hilda is stronger and moving in a different path. 90 miles per hour northwest 5. it's expected to weaken rapidly. that's the good news. turn tropical as it heads toward the big island by wednesday down to 45 and then 40 but goes south of the islands. it's feeding on 82-degree water. for us, the system will spin in a few high clouds. partly cloudy to mostly cloudies. mostly sunny to the south. but there is a breeze and a cooler air mass in place. with the low clouds and higher clouds. it gives us a partly cloudy to mostly cloudy forecast here. some sun as we mentioned. it's the message of a cooling
trend. takes us into wednesday and then we'll start to warm it up toward friday and saturday. morning low clouds. high clouds. windy for some. 70s, low 80s for a few. 60s, 70s, coast and bay. these temperatures you might expect below average. we'll continue the team into tomorrow. it looks like the low moves out by thursday. that will allow high pressure to build in for a warmup as we head toward friday and saturday. saturday looks to be the warmest day of the weekend. >> thank you. 7:22. a tv news anchor in florida said he had enough. coming up in 20 minutes, we'll tell you the story that made the anchorman just walk off the set on live tv. a bitter traffic stop of sorts. the security issue that prompted a los angeles sheriff's helicopter to chase down that paraglider.
welcome back to "mornings on 2." 7:25. hard to believe it's been one year since robin williams died. he's being remembered by his family, friends and fans. in fact, sara michelle gellar posted a photo of the bench that he sat on during the movie good hill hunting and she said, it starts with saying, to laugh often and much. and then it just goes on and continues with leaving the world a bit better. she ended her post by saying, yeah, you succeeded, rw. well, his name will not be forgotten here in the bay area.
the state renamed the waldo tunnel, the one that links marine county where he grew up in san francisco, where he became famous after robin wles. and the giant -- robin williams. and the giants included his children in a salute in game 5 during the world series and he was honored with a special emmy salute by his close friend, billy crystal. a man paragliding over a jail prompted a bizarre midair chase in leaks county. a sheriff's helicopter started following this paraglider yesterday because deputies were concerned that he may have been dropping contraband into the jail. at first, the paraglider didn't obey orders to stop but he landed in a nearby paint ball field. investigators say the 67-year- old man was very apologetic. he also said the wind took him near the jail and he didn't hear the orders to stop because of a motorized fan at his back. he was eventually released. millions of gallons of toxic chemicals spill into a
river in colorado. >> we came out here together and weed at the live -- we looked at the river and cried. >> the threat in colorado and here. the death of maddie middleton continues to affect so many people. what we're learning about her killer and a possible school threat nine months ago. we're looking at a morning commute where traffic is getting busier in some areas in san jose. that's one of the spots. we'll tell you about it -- coming up. a cooler pattern on tap. a low off the coast. not bad for august. we'll usher in cooler weather and breezy conditions. we'll have the tuesday temps -- coming up.
7:30 on a tuesday, okay 11th -- august 11th. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> i'm dave clark. i just ran outside. it's kind of gray, cool. >> it will be cooler. >> yeah. >> it will be cooler. that will help the firefighters up in lake county for sure. there's higher clouds up there. more of a westerly breeze. there's good news for about 48 hours, i think, even though that fire doubled in size overnight. low clouds in place and drizzle up and down the coast and in san francisco. had a couple of reports of wet streets and .01. first august rainfall in san francisco. there's the system right there. it's just a little too far away for us to get any rain out of it. we'll get the cloud and cooler temperatures. not bad for august.
seriously. couldn't buy one during the winter months. the system will -- now that the higher clouds are thin. it has enhanced some of the lower cloud deck. it will be cooler across the board here. there's more of a pronounced westerly breeze for many, especially out to the delta, higher clouds and low cloud. looks like the lower clouds will get chewed up. mix of sun and clouds. windy for some. 70s, 80s through the interior. 60s, 70s coast and bay. multiple things this morning. what do you want to start with? we'll start with the approach to the bay bridge, steve, and the east bay at the macarthur maze. ulcan see traffic here -- you can see traffic here doesn't look too bad as you come around the corner. but when you get to the toll plaza, you will be waiting for 15, 20 minutes there before you make it onto the span. you can see traffic is going to be moderately heavy. i want to take a look at marin county now. southbound 101 from 37 down to central san rafael. son stop-and-go traffic -- stop-
and-go traffic. it's a new commute with a lot of cars on it. a lot of slow traffic. 80 westbound from richmond to hercules is not all that bad. but a lot of people complain about that richmond bridge, saying it's become a lot busier. we agree. the analysts say it's because more people have jobs, which is good, yes. let's take a look at -- in fact, at 7:31, back to the desk. people are still mourning for 8-year-old maddy middleton, the little girl killed in santa cruz last month. now, while plans are going on for her public memorial, there's new information coming out about whether her accused killer is connected to a school shooting threat. ktvu fox 2's brian flores, you are following all of this from the newsroom. what do we know so far? >> well, we reported on the threat last year. it was very taken very seriously. so much so it closed classes for the day. this morning, though, we're hearing that investigators are looking into whether maddy middleton's accused killer was also responsible for that
threat. now, 15-year-old adrian gonzalez is accused of killing maddy middleton. according to the paper, when bons was arrested he reportedly wrote on his instagram account about having crippling anxiety. now, according to the paper, the reporter received hundreds of threats. the pesh wrote he was wracked -- person wrote he was wracked about that threat and had crippling anxiety. also at the time he used a series of fake names, e-mails and twitter handles. police say they are aware of these similarities but right now they are focused on finishing their investigation into madison's death. gonzalez is scheduled to appear in court on september 21st. in the meantime, a public memorial for madison is
scheduled for august 23rd at the kaiser permanente arena in santa cruz and two gofundme pages have raised more than $35,000 for the family and funeral expenses. back to you. >> it. the san jose police department makes its case to the city council on proposed new rules for the new drone. janine de la vega live in san jose, and, janine, people people to support the use of a drone but with limits. >> reporter: yeah. so far, everyone we have spoken to and talked to seem to be supportive of a police drone. but a lot of them are glad that police are restricted from doing certain things with it. here's video of the kind of drone that the san jose police department bought for $7,000. the department wanted to use it as a tool to help them in critical conditions but there's been public concerns. the neighborhood commission has held six meetings to get public input to craft new rules for the drone. the drones can only be used in the case of an explosive device
or an active shooter situation. surveillance is not allowed and the camera is prohibited from recording. there cannot be acoustical devices on the drone and it won't be allowed to fly at night. >> the rules sound fairly reasonable. i think those are situations where there's a need for the police to have an eye in the sky that's safe. i just think my where -- anyone can look into it, anyone can look into my windows. the fact that someone does it from a grope. i don't know -- from a drone. i don't know if someone could be un-- could be stalking. the police, i don't know. there will be people there. >> reporter: the drone will not be armed with weapons and projectiles and will not have a license plate reader on it. the city council will take up the issue this afternoon.
the council will likely sign off on the rules but they need approval from the faa before the one-year pilot program gets underway. >> thank you. many air traffic controllers suffer from chronic fatigue potentially putting airline travelers at risk. one in five controllers said they've been involved in serious errors in the last year, most of which was blamed on fatigue. three quarters led to schedules that contributed to ongoing fatigue. now you, the faa says it has -- now, the faa says it's changed schedules since the report was done and says croppic fatigue is less of a problem -- croppic fatigue is less of a problem now. the governor of colorado will tour boort of the animas -- part of the animas river. the environmental protection agency triggered the trill.
they were investigating the mine and accidentally breached a dam. toxic chemicals including copper and zinc were released and the water was turned orange. local government closed river access. they also stopped diverting drinking water out of this river but there's more concern because the animas river flows into the colorado river which supplies water to several western states including us here in california. >> phoenix, las vegas, los angeles, san diego, they are relying on water that originates from our state. so this is highlighted in a tragedy like this. >> well, the federal officials are still testing the the tw. so far they -- testing the water. so far they don't think there's danger to fish or wildlife. the epa expects the heavy metals to start to break up and dilute before they can pose a long-term health threat. santa clara is offering a $5,000 reward to help catch
thieves who have been stealing water meters. 16 were stolen in the recent weeks possibly to be sold as scrap metal. investigators say the suspects have been turning off the water valves and using a pipe cutter. the thefts have cost the city more than $40,000. santa clara county supervisors will debate a proposal to get state money to replace one of the jails. the main jail south is more than 50 years told. almost 700 inmates are caused there. critics say it's not san teary, it's out of -- sanitary and it's out of date and doesn't allow rehab and visiting areas. the new jail is expected to cost $240 million. it could possibly open in about four years. the county is set to vote on new restrictions on marijuana grows. the new proposed rules would keep an existing ban on large outdoor operations but they would set limits on indoor cultivation. growers would have to be qualified medical marijuana
patients. they would also have to limit their grows to one room indoors or up to 12 outdoor plants that are hidden from view. supporters say this would cut down on criminal activity and also limit the risk of fire. san francisco police say a man was trying to sell a wrist band for the outside lands festival, he was kidnapped at gunpoint. the man arranged to meet the buyer saturday afternoon after posting an ad on craigslist. three men showed up and pulled out a gun and knife on the seller, then forced him to get into their car. they took the wrist band and dropped the man off. the man was cut on his hand. at this point, no arrests have been made. the great recession claimed thousands of jobs, but jobs are coming back. especially for two industries. they can't get enough people to apply for the jobs that are open. coming up in the next hour of "mornings on 2," the two industries you should consider in your job search. the presidential campaign is in full gear. the key endorsement bernie
sanders received during his visit to the bay area here. and we're looking hat a lot more slow -- at a lot more traffic. highway 24 is slowing down. we'll tell you more about this commute coming up. a lot of low clouds in place and a few high clouds. system coming in from the pacific northwest has enhanced the nothing basic and is -- fog bank and is giving us ta cooler pattern -- giving us a cooler pattern.
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political race. stephen colbert said he prays donald trump stays in the race because it will give him good material. he's not the only one surprised by trump's popularity. >> i think i will have to turn in my pundit's license, i really can't analyze this. >> fox news chairman released a statement saying he and trump have cleared the air but he also says he told trump that he supports anchor megyn kelly 100%. trump complained that el kelly treated him up -- that kelly treated him unfairly during the debate and kelly said she would not apologize for good journalism. now, bernie sanders surprising political pundits and even supporters with the amount of money he's racing and the number of people -- raising and the number of people showing up as his event. he won an endorsement of a nurse's association and he will guarantee healthcare for
everyone, eliminate college tuition and make wealthy americans pay their fair share of taxes. >> we have to change boldly and fundamentally. the priorities of this nation, so that every american can smerups the life to live with dignity and so not all of our wealth and income is going to the top 1%. >> he says he has more campaigns than any other candidate. there are reports that rick perry's campaign is actually running out of money. former texas governor has struggled to gain traction in the crowded field of 17 gop dit candidates -- gop candidates. the next republican debate is at the reagan presidential library in southern california september 16th and the first of six expected democratic debates will be in midoctober. we could see a change in the field between now and then. we could have biden jump in.
there's karly fee rena and -- carly fiorina. >> donald trump says i'm not quitting. some people thought what he was doing was an exit strategy. i'm being forced out so i'm going to take my toys and leave but he seems to be in it for the long haul. >> he's certainly not gonna run out of money. >> no. that's a problem he doesn't have. [laughter] >> see you in a few. governor brown has signed a bill that will remove the word alien to describe foreign board workers from the labor board. the man who authored it said the word has negative conknow saystations -- connotations. the state began to use that term back in 1937. there's a new player in the tech industry that's made up of all sorts of enterprises from a to z. it's called alphabet. it's google's new parent
company under a corporate restructuring plan. it will be an umbrella company for not only google but several other companies. they include google x-lab and the drone delivery arm called wing. now, the ceo says alpha get will let the company focus on more ambitious projects. well, another tech will give its employees more paid baby time off. san jose-based adobe systems announced it will offer its parents 16 weeks of paid leave after the birth or adoption of a child. that's in addition to ten weeks paid medical leave. so new parents could get 26 total weeks off. if a person is not the primary
caregiver, they will still get four weeks off with full pay. all of this will take effect november 1st. 7:46. one anchor in florida has decided he's not keeping up with the kardashians anymore. >> i'm having a good friday. so i refuse to talk about the kardashians today. you are on your own, amy. i can't do it. i've had enough kardashians. can't take anymore. >> live on the air, that anchor on good day orlando walked off the proset to pro-- walked off the set to protest the kardashian. the anchor walked off. you can hear him chime in that nobody cares about the family anymore. the co-anchor apologized to the viewers for that. >> what can you say? >> he did what he had to do. >> he did. sal has a lot to say about the morning commute. >> he walked off, right?
>> yeah. >> no, sal -- >> and then some other guy sits down and says you are out. i'm in. >> i'll do it. >> yeah. >> no one can replace you, sal. never. >> thank you, dwas see -- gasia. let's take a look at what we have. there are no major prob breles on -- problems on the road. we'll take a look at westbound 24. a little bit of slowing here in la fayette. it slows in orinda. it's slowing downg at the macarthur b.a.r.t. station. b.a.r.t. is doing well this morning. also looking at the bay bridge toll plaza, that's a typical delay about a 15, 20-minute drive before you get onto the bring itself. i on -- get on the bridge itself. 101, 280 and 85 are just moderate on the way into the valley. let's go to steve with the
weather. sal, can i give us a little plug here? >> yes. >> mark tamayo? >> yes. [ applause ] >> we are building el nino graphics to do an extensive explainer, if you will. >> that's good. >> probably in a week or two. >> okay. i want him on the morning show. i'm gonna help him and do an plainer -- do an explainer about what's going on. it does not guarantee rain. but it sure looks like a very strong one does. we'll have all of that coming up later. a lot of high clouds coming in. had a couple comments. do you think today's weather will help the firefighters? yes, i do. you will get clouds. a little bit cooler breeze out of the west-southwest. and also higher humidity. so that's all positive. it was tough yesterday. my good friend bob, we did live shots from the farmers market talking about the drought and
cantaloupes drove drought. other melons do not. drought fact, it takes 3.3 gallons of water to grow a single tomato. we need rain, yes we do. but we don't need too much too soon. a system would have been nice if it was here in august -- excuse me, in january. it's here in august. we couldn't get a low to come down from the north if we paid somebody. it's here now. that's enhanced the fog bank, given us more of a westerly breeze and the jerusalem fire doubled in size overnight. now 19 square miles. but again, yesterday was tough. temperatures warmed up. today it will be cooler. they are right on the border of some of the clouds. lake county is kind of half and half there. there are some high and mid- level clouds. the breeze is out of the west for most. the fire creates its own weather conditions and these fires up in lake county have created tremendous weather conditions on their own. westerly breeze, higher humidity.
more cooler temperatures here. we're starting everything in the low 60s or mid-60s. that's a good sign here for today and also tomorrow. that low will eject out of here. pretty cool-looking shot on the water vapor. that will give us a cooler breezy pattern. some of these higher clouds. more so than the south. mostly sunny to the south. 50s, 60s, measurable drizzle all the way up from san francisco to fort bragg. westerly breeze. had gusts to almost 30 earlier. there's the system. it's there. the mere fact that it makes it will bring a -- pattern -- bring a pattern. for coast and bay, 60s and 70s. looks like about the same on wednesday, then that low kicks out on thursday. that allows high pressure to build back in for a warmup. maybe most of sunday as well. >> i would love to have mark
tamayo on the morning show. we're working on it. >> everybody wants to know. >> there's parallels to '97' 82 '83. those were strong. not all strong ones give us rain. >> not getting our hopes up. >> maybe a little. >> we'll see. >> all right, steve. we've seen gofundme pages for all types of events. but what about a way to fund the government? we'll tell you which state is asking for millions through that gofundme site. it sent meal scrambling to the exit. up next the cruel -- it sent people scrambling to the exit. up next, the cruel prank that happened inside a movie
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showing off their red, white and blue. preparations are underway for the opening of the new american embassy in cuba. ceremonies are set for friday. that's when secretary of state john kerry will be there in havana. thousands of people are expected to join the celebration. today nfl owners will hear from the oakland raiders and the san diego chargers on the status of a proposed shared stadium south of los angeles. raiders' owner mark davis and chargers' president met with the l.a. committee yesterday. the nfl says the team or teams that end up in l.a. will be determined by a vote of the openers. they will hear a second l.a. area stadium proposal by the st. louis rams. no vote of the owners is scheduled and no major announcement is expected at the meeting. a popular bike route through san francisco is scheduled to be clogged with bicyclists tonight. nearly two weeks ago, hundreds made a point of coming to full and complete stops along the route through the haight
district known as the wiggle. cyclists wants to show how stopping at each stop sign can tie up traffic and slow down cars. tonight's action is set to start at 5:00 at did you park -- did dubose park. on saturday night newport beach police say men scare watching the gift in the movie -- scared people watching "the gift" in the movie theater. they came in with a leaf blower. some were hurt in the rush to get out. it's an iconic business. why columbia house went bankrupt and how it's still able to make some money. >> reporter: alameda police are looking for a man accused of assaulting a girl in her bedroom. we'll have a description of the person they are looking to speak to and a look at some of the other crimes the man may be
connected to. good morning. we're looking at a commute here where traffic is actually doing pretty well on highway 101. it's improving in marin county. we'll tell you more about the areas where it's slow. a little mix of sun and clouds and some fog and drizzle. a lot of reports come until from san francisco. we'll see the source of the drizzle and what's in store for the rest of the week.
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don't turn onto one particular stretch of market street. the latest fire bumping in lake county. it doubled in size overnight. just as firefighters were due to wrap up the huge rocky fire. we have an update on the jerusalem fire still ahead. this good morning. thank you for joining us. tuesday, august 11th. i'm dave clark. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. let's check weather and traffic and start with steve paulson. less than a sprinkle on my windshield this morning as i drove in. >> some measurable drizzle in the city. >> really? >> yeah. low clouds. higher clouds, combination means a cooler pattern. after yesterday's high pressure built in, had a warmup, we've turned that around today. you can see the low clouds. it will be cooler for many today, including well inland. our system is going to hang around for a couple of days. it's moving parallel to the coast. there it is. not bad. it's swinging in a lot of high
and mid-level clouds. it will bottom out if not tonight tomorrow, probably eject out wednesday night or thursday but it's giving us a cooler pattern. still kind of hovering in the 50s for many. west, southwest, 22, almost gusts to 30. that's a roaring delta breeze. that will usher in a cooler pattern. morning clouds. local drizzle. breezy to windy. more -- kind of a mix of sun and clouds. below average temps. 60s, os mainly low 80s. you've had a busy morning, sir. >> yeah, it has been busy. good morning to you. we're seeing busy traffic at macarthur maze coming around the corner to the bay bridge toll plaza. it's getting busier. you can see that the backup is kind of stretching around that corner which means more than 30 minutes before you make it onto the span if you are paying in the cash lanes. faster than that for fast track. you can see the traffic is kind of creeping along there.
i'm looking at the maps here. it looks like there is a minor crash westbound 80 near the metering lights. san jose has a lot of slow traffic. most of it is after 880 getting up into sunnyvale. 85 and 280 are also slow. had a couple of different crasheses in the south bay but i would say right now, 101 is the slowest. 280 is -- 280 is the slowest. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you. starting today, drivers in san francisco won't be able to turn onto one section of a very busy street. alex savidge live there at third and market where making that turn could cost you a lot of money, right, alex? >> yes, it could. >> reporter: the warning is out for nep driving -- for anyone driving in san francisco. no turning during this stretch at market and eighth street. this is sterling, he's a parking enforcement officer. he's busy trying to steer drivers in the right direction and make sure that people do
not approach market street? a private car and try to turn onto market street. he's been having to guide people and make sure people don't violate the rule that goes into effect today. drivers can no longer turn onto market between third an 8th. there are exceptions. muni buses can make those turns. taxis make the turns. transportation officials say the goal is safety with this rule change. they point to a high number of accidents along this portion of market. many of them involving pedestrians and bicyclists. transportation officials say one way to reduce crashes is to reduce the traffic volumes on market street overall which is why private cars are being pushed right off the busy thoroughfare. >> we're focusing on the intersections with some of the highest rates where drivers aren't yielding to beds and psyche -- pedestrians and
cyclists. this will divert 50% vehicles off market street. >> sand the hope here is that less congestion on market will speed up muni bus routes. it also will be good news for taxi drivers because they will be allowed to make the turns onto that stretch of market street. we should also point out that uber and lift drivers, they will not be allowed to make the turn. they will be considered private cars. these new restrictions, they are part of san francisco's vision zeer roar plan. it's an effort to eliminate traffic deaths in the city over the coming decade. parking enforcement officers like this gentleman, they are stationed at all of the major intersections between third and 8th street this morning to kind of help guide drivers, help drivers understand the new rules that have gone into effect because there's lot of signs as you approach market street. it's hard to know exactly what you are supposed to do. it can be confusing. this gentleman is here to help. >> you are talking about an
area that's roughly bordered by u.n. plaza and then market. you know, as you get closer to the ferry building, those few blocks there are extremely busy. a lot of shopping. a lot of restaurants, a lot of pedestrians. that's where a lot of people go who maybe don't live in the city. it's visitors who may be confused by the signs. >> reporter: yeah, i think anybody -- even if you don't live in san francisco, your ears should be perking up this morning. if you are gonna visit san francisco, this is a part of town that you will visit. you will want to be aware of this rule change and not make that turn. as we've been pointing out, san francisco police, parking enforcement officers, there will be tickets handed out. you want to make sure that you understand the rules of the road if you will be driving here in san francisco. >> okay. great. i can tell you are busy out there. thank you. >> live tv. 8:06. we have new information about
the latest wildfire in lake county. overnight the jerusalem fire doubled into size. it's at 12,000 acres. it started sunday night off jerusalem road near middletown. about 150 people have been evacuated. the rugged terrain and high winds are making it hard to put on the the flames. >> getting the necessary resources we can, we're using helicopters, hand crews, bulldozers. many of the firefighters out there battling the jerusalem fire had been battingth flames at the -- battling the flames at the rocky fire. a 49-year-old man who said he was trying to protect his home from the fire has been arrested accused of starting a backfire. he was arrested sunday night. lake county sheriff's deputies discovered a marijuana grow at his home. deputies think silva started the backfire to protect his marijuana plants from the big fire. >> this is the fifth arson arrest in the past two weeks. all up and down the state, our
investigators have been very diligent in tracking down investigating these individuals and arresting them. >> silva will be charged with arson. calfire says it's illegal for anyone other than a firefighter to start backfires even to protect their own homes because with conditions so dry, those fires could easily get out of control. calfire says the rocky fire could be fully contained boo i thursday. right now it's 88% contained. fire has burned more than 69,000 acres. it's destroyed 43 homes. 8:08. a prowler in alameda who broke into a home in and assaulted -- home and assaulted a girl, still on the loose. that's not the only crime this person is linked to. allie rasmus in alameda, you've been out there all morning. there's an urgent warning this morning. >> reporter: well, that warning from police, keep your doors and windows locked particularly during the overnight hours. that appears to be be how the
prowler is breaking into homes. the most recent break-in happened on sunday. police say he cut open the window describe, an open window in the girlsary -- in the girl's door. he's believed to be linked to five other break-ins. here is a picture of what police call a person of interest. they want to talk to this man in connection with these crimes. photo was taken from a hotel broken into in june. he's described as late teens, early 20s, dark complexion, we spent time talking to alameda residents. many told us they and their neighbors are aware of these break-ins. some of them got a text alert from alameda police about this yesterday. again warning residents to keep their doors and windows locked. >> we get about two weeks out of the summer where, you know, it gets up in the 90s on the island. people have a tendency to leave their doors open to kind of let
the breeze cool it off. i think that's when you have to be careful. >> very surprised. i don't know. not as surprised as i might have thought a couple of years ago. it seems like occasionally things happen no matter where you are. have to be careful. >> reporter: here is another look of that picture of the person of interest alameda police want to talk to. police say so far these break- ins have happened on the west end of alameda but again, the warning to residents all over the island keep doors and windows locked particularly during the overnight hours. i can tell you i talked to a lieutenant this morning. said there's no new updates in terms of this investigation. but they are dedicating a lot of resources to finding this guy before he strikes again. >> they want everybody to know. all right. thank you. oakland police are searching for two gunmen who kidnapped and robbed another man last night. police say the man was in front of a store on 96th avenue and
international boulevard when two men wearing ski masks forced him into a car. they trove him around -- drove him around and dropped him off in the oakland hills. that man was not hurt. 8:10. concord police are investigating an armed robbery at a pharmacy. this happened last friday at oakgrove pharmacy on oakgrove road. police say the man showed a pharmacy employee a gun and demanded prescription medication. the pharmacy worker refused. the two started fighting. police say the employee chased the man out of the store. the man got into a car and drove away. police say the employee suffered minor injuries from the fight. well, investigations go on in san jose into two officer- involved shootings about six hours apart. we first told but this yesterday right here on "mornings on 2." the first incident started around 6:20. police were called to virginia avenue and south 34th street for a reported stabbing. police say the suspect confronted them with a knife and fearing for their lives,
they opened fire. the suspect died right there at the scene. police say the suspect was a man who was on parole for a second-degree murder conviction. the second incident happened just after midnight yesterday near san marcos and goals drive -- gomes drive. police say a man outside of a shot gun was outside of a relative's home and threatened police officers. they fired at him but missed. the man barricaded himself in the hole. police got inside -- in the home. police got inside. they found the man dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. the chief is defending how his officers handled it. >> what's increased is the amount of individuals that are willing to take on the police, not just in this city but nationally and that's something we're very concerned about. >> there have been six officer- involved shootings in san jose this year. in automatic of last year -- in all of last year, it totaled
five. all of the police involved are on leave pending the results of an investigation. the suspect in the death of 8-year-old maddy middleton may be tied to a school shooting threat. in the next half-hour, the phrase that police say appears to tie the teen to both crimes. are you looking for a new job? there are two industries you need to consider before filling out that next job application. we're looking at a commute now where traffic is going to be busy if you are driving to marin on the richmond bridge. well, kind of a mishmash of low cloud. higher cloud. but also a cooler pattern. we'll show you why and for how long it will last in those tuesday temps.
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if you have been thinking about a career chaining, listen up. there are two areas with a shortage of talent and not enough people are applying. >> we're talking about construction and the pharmaceutical industry. that's according to marketwatch.com. it reports from a 2014 analysis of 2700 companies. it found that the largest job shortage was in the pharmaceutical business due to the special skills needed certification and degrees required to work in the field.
>> things are looking for up construction. the 25% growth between now and the year 2022 is faster than any other industry. the california highway patrol is looking to hire people as well. the chp has started accepting online applications with the goal of hiring 600 cadets across our state. >> in addition to the traditional patrol duties, they offer opportunities to join special unites including air operations, dignitary protection and computer crime operations. go to our website and click on the web link section on our home page. if you are like me and i think you are, you remember the mailers, the magazines the tv ads for columbia house. that takes me back. >> right. 13 record for one dollar. in another sign of the sometimes times, the parent company has filed for bankruptcy. this comes after at least 20 years of declining revenue.
♪ >> boy. >> 18 for a penny. >> columbia house would offer people memberships to get record and tapes and cds and dvds by mail for a monthly fee. all it took was one penny, a dollar to get started. >> that's what is called negative option building and it was scrutinized by the ftc. eventually the ftc won a 2009 lawsuit that put an end to those kind of services. >> at its peak, columbus house grossed more than a billion dollars in revenue. to put that in perspective, the company grossed $1 million last year -- 17 million last year in the dvd business. the rebel cars business, expanding the ride sharing business hoping to appeal to millennials. enterprise along with nissan
will put about 300 vehicles on dozens of college campuses and lowered the renting age to 18. it worked similarly to zip car. a student can rent a car on an hourly basis after signing up to become a member. the student scans their card, the car up locks and they can drive it and when they are dop, they scan -- done, they scan it done and then the car is locked for the next person. the cars are not available in the bay area yet. however, it does exist in san francisco. if you are gonna get into your own car or a zip car, let's head to sal. >> good morning. right now we're looking at slow traffic approaching san francisco. if you are trying to get in with your car, you will see she traffic at the toll plaza. there was a minor accident at the metering lights. didn't involve major accidents. it was there for a bit, slowed traffic a little. it's about a 15, 20-minute
delay before you make it on the span. we're also looking at the south bay. you can see traffic on 101, 280 and 85 still slow. there is a crash northbound 17 near hamilton. 280 is not bad through downtown. i'm gonna show you a picture of it now. it's a little bit slow. it's not all that bad. it does get slow at 17. i think is the best freeway to get up into cupertino. let's go to steve in the weather center. >> thank you. a little change from sunday when we had a warmup. we've cooled it back down into monday. we'll continue that today. a southerly breeze on sunday into monday. that allowed temperatures to warm up a little bit. but then the system approached yesterday. it enhanced the to fog bank -- enhanceled the fog bank. we're dealing with that and a lot of local drizzle. albert said from warm and hudmy to driz -- humid and drizzle? what's up? well, it's the front.
appreciate the comments. you had a south wind ahead of the front. now the front is moving in. now you get more of a west and northwest and enhancing that low cloud deck is a weak system. it looks like there is an enhancement taking place there. weak front for august. not too shabby. if we can take that and move it over here, might have rain in northern california. i think drizzle will be the end result. 60s for most. 60s, one 70 out in brentwood. there is a breeze. almost guts to 30 out at travis. west at sfo t west direction at livermore -- sfo. west direction at livermore. they will drag across the northern part of the bay area and up to mendocino county and also lake county. there will be better news for the firefighters today. cooler temps. higher humidity. more of a westerly breeze. got a pretty good warmup. today looks cooler. 60s, 70s, 80s for many. below average temps. near average for some around
the bay. looks like more of the same tomorrow. and then we'll kick the low out of here t does look warmer. could get a decent warmup. i don't think it lasts log. i think we go back to cooler next week. >> there you go. it's a bird, it's a plane. no, it's a crime-fighting drone. tell you about a plan san jose police have in mind. that's coming up in the second half-hour. and do you remember ben gate? what apple is doing to make sure the phones are a lot sturdier. aa chance to try somethinglook. different.
welcome back to "mornings on 2." 8:24. no more ben gate issues with apple iphones. there is a new report that says apple is making changes to the iphone 6 plus after all of the problems with the phone bending when it first came out. there is a new video that claims to show the back plate from the new phone in gold and the old version in gray. they look the same. but the video that uncovered the problem said there are minor but important differences. now, it claims the new back plate is slightly wider and it's locker as well as being thicker near the volume button and the apple cutout. apple is rumored to have a media event planned for next month and when we may find out more about the new iphone 6-s. jesse jackson is continuing his push for more diversity in silicon valley companies.
you will remember one year ago after prompting, companies such as google, apple and facebook released reports on the racial and ethic makeup of their work forces. the reports showed an overwhelmingly high number of tech employees in silicon valley are white and male. the company is committed to increasing diversity. jackson said the companies have made progress. he's asking 27 companies to give him updated reports on the die zrersty in their work forces. he wants them to publicly set goals and timetables for hiring more african-americans and latinos by september 30th. melissa gilbert, remember her? she's running for congress in michigan. she is 51 years old now. she's best known for her role on "little house on the prairie" she's a democrat -- she's a democrat. never held office before. the incumbent is calling her a tax cheat whose values are out
of whack with their district. she owes more than $470,000 in back taxes to the irs and to the state of california. an alabama state senator is using gofundme to solicit donations for the state itself. paul sanford said alabama citizens don't want to pay higher taxes so he's asking people to send the state government an amount that fits with their budget. at last check, 40 donors have chipped in less than $600. that's toward a goal of $300 million. >> okay. the campaigning for the white house is really in full swing now. coming up in the second half- hour of "mornings on 2," pam cook will be back with the big enforcements and the controversy surrounding some of of the difficulties.
we're looking at the commute. right now on 237, westbound, you can see some slow traffic getting over to sunnyvale. we'll tell you more about this commute -- straight ahead. well, a weak cold front coming in. that will be enough to cool down the inland areas. a lot of drizzle on the coast. daly city, pacifica, san francisco. we'll talk about the cooler temps.
county. there's drizzle on the lens. a weak front coming in which has enhanced that. reports in san francisco, a couple of reports of measurable amounts in daly city, pacifica up to fort bragg and maybe where you are. currently 59 from our observer antonio and drizzle falling heavily has ended up to .05. also had reports coming down pretty good. that's our system right there. out ahead of it we are gating the weak front for august. this is pretty good. out of the north, that's not something we've had much of. most of our weather has been coming from the south. a couple of 50s. one 70 there but it will be cool well inland when you get this system and a no doubt about it westerly breeze up to 30 miles an hour. so the -- both of those combined are gonna give us a cooler pattern. breezy. windy for some. highs, upper 70s, low 80s. i think there will be more sun to the south. 60s and 70s coast and bay.
all right, where do you want to begin. anybody new or reflecting on past stuff here? we still have slow traffic but some of it has improved. let's begin now in the east bay. you can see traffic is going to be busy as you come -- i'm sorry. i'm starting in the south bay. supposed to start in the east bay. that's my mistake. northbound 101 we have slow traffic coming up through the 280 interchange but it gets busier after 880, northbound 280 is still very slow in cupertino. a lot of that slow traffic is moveled closer to sunnyvale and mountain view. let's go to the toll plaza where you can see traffic is backed up for a 15, 20-minute dray coming through -- 20- minute delay coming through. the east bay, carquinez bridge to the mauz, 30 minutes. not very good but we've seen worse. when you get to the 580 interchange, most of that traffic is headed to the bridge. back to the desk. >> thank you. as you can imagine, people are still turning for 8-year- old maddy middleton, the young girl murdered last month in
santa cruz. >> -- the plans for her -- the plans for her public memorial continues. brian flores is here with more. >> it remains unclear if the teen accused of killing her also made a threat last year. police are looking into it. if there's a connection, then there could be more trouble for him. now, 15-year-old adrian gonzalez is accused of killing her back on july 26th. according to the santa cruz senny fell before he was arrested -- sentinel before he was arrested he wrote on instagram having crippling anxiety. that's raising red flag-- red flags for investigators. at the time, the school's principal received an e-mail threatening a mass shooting. school was canceled. according to the paper, a reporter for that paper
received hundreds of e-mails and tweets from that person claiming to be the pesh responsible for the threat. the paper said he was wracked with guilt about the threat and that he had crippling anxiety. at the time when he reported on this -- when we reported on this, the suspect was a 16-year- old who had an interest in technology, also at the time he used a series of fake names, e- mails and twitter handles. police tell the paper they are aware of the similarities but they are squarely focused on finishing their investigation into madison's death. gonzalez is scheduled to appear in out court on september -- in chowrt -- court on september 21st. a public member is september 23rd. at the kaiser center. gofundme pages have raised $36,000 for the family as funeral expenses. >> i'm sure a lot of people will be at that event. meantime, in san francisco, shom subtle bus operators they -- some shuttle bus operate hit
the street this morning demanding equal rights. but they weren't in their buss. >> no justice, no peace! >> teamsters and drivers held this protest on va le seenia -- valencia street about an hour ago. they claim they are not living up as an employer. a representative from bowers was not available for comment. b.a.r.t. will be able to increase the use of renewable energy. this comes as a result of new legislation signed by governor brown. it amend the state law now allowing the transportation agency to purchase wholesale electricity directly from reflewable energy sources. it no logger limits the energy to a -- long erg limits the energy to -- locker limits the energy to a short list -- longer limits the energy to a shorter list. there's new restriction on marijuana grows.
this would keep an existing ban on large outdoor marijuana operations. it would also set limits on indoor cultivation. growers would have to be qualified medical marijuana patients. they would have to limit their grows to one room indoors. supporters say the new rules would cut down on criminal activity and also limit the risk of a fire. bicyclists in san francisco are scheduled to stage another protest tonight against a crackdown on cyclists who run stop signs. nearly two weeks ago, hundreds of cyclists made a point of coming to a full and complete stop along a popular bike route known as the wiggle. cyclists wanted to show how stopping at each stop sign can tie up traffic and slow down cars. california law requires bicyclists to stop at stop signs just like cars. the chronicle reports the action is set to start at 5:00 at dubose park. governor brown signed a
bill to remove the word aleonle -- alien from the worker board. toe anyone mendoza authored the -- tony mendoza authored the bill and said taking out that term is an important step toward modernizing california law. california began to use that term back in 1937. alpha get is google ally new parent company. alphabet will be an umbrella company for google. they include google's driverless car program, google x-lab and the drone delivery arm wing. the ceo says that alphabet will allow the company to tackle more i'm bish shis projects that -- i'm bish shis projects that -- ambitious projects that could operate independent of
google. 8:37. another tech company will give its employees more paid baby time off. adobe systems will offer the parents 16 weeks of paid leave after birth or an adoption. that's on top of ten weeks paid medical leave. so new parents can get 20 total weeks off. now, if a person is not the primary caregiver, they will still get four weeks off with full pay. all of this takes effect november 1st. it's been one year since robin williams died. he's being remembered by friends and fans. sarah michelle gellar posted this photo of a bench that he sat on in the movie good will hunting along with a emmerson quote about success. it says, to laugh often and much and continues with leaving the world a bit better. she ended her post pie saying you success -- by saying you succeeded, rw. the state renamed the waldo
tunnel that links marin county to san francisco where he earned his fame. also the san francisco giants included williams' children in an emotional salute before the start of game 5 of the world series. williams was also honored by billy crystal. if you are a bay area sports fan, a meeting could determine the future of the nfl in oakland. we'll tell you what came out of the previous meetings and what is expected to happen today. also, aldon smith may be unemployed for now. but some teams are rumored to be looking at hiring him despite his latest arrest. good morning. we're looking at a commute here where traffic is going to be busy in many areas but the golden gate bridge looks good. a weak cold front has enhanced the fog bank. we'll see about the inland temps. they will be cooler.
candidate have had with donald trump. >> bernie sanders and the number of people who showed up. >> we have to change boldly and fundamentally the priorities of this nation so that every american can experience the right to live with dignity and so that not almost all of the wealth and income is going to the top 1%. >> an event this oakland as he won the endorsement of national nurses union he wants to guarantee healthcare for everyone eliminate college tuition and make wealthy americans pay their fair share of taxes. now he says he has more individual campaign contributions than any other candidate. the candidate was probable -- candidate with the most ennies is most likely donald trump -- enemies is most likely donald
trump. we'll he's cleared the air about his issues with megyn kelly, rand paul calls him a bully. >> i don't think we should reward vulgarity. vulgarity does not equate with insite. because someone can stand up and say you are stupid and ugly does not equate with a vision for the country. >> now, after those remarks, trump was apparently up for hours last night tweeting responses to rabd paul's comments calling paul a spoiled brat without a properly functioning brain. the next republican debate so we can hear more will be at the reagan presidential library in southern california september 16th. the first of six expected democratic debates will be in mid-october. but especially with social media, i mean, things just really escalate and apparently, yeah, people are up all night tweeting about each other, right? >> yes. >> trump is not pulling back. >> nope. >> all right, pam. thank you. 8:44. here at home, police in san
jose have been eager to get a drone inspect sky to help them in critical situations. >> the public concerns about privacy and other issues, it stalled that from happening but today the police department may get closer to getting that wish granted. janine de la vega explains. >> reporter: some meles of the community -- members of the community were worried about invasion of privacy when it comes to police using the drone. later today, the san jose police department is supposed to go before the city county to explain how plans on using the new tool -- how it plans on using the new tool. this is what the san jose police department of purchased for $7,000. the neighborhood commission held six meetings to get public input. members used that to create new rawls for how the drone would operate. the rules say the drone can only be used in the case of an explosive device or an active shooter situation. it's not allowed to fly at night or pick up audio or record.
>> if it's not allowed to do those things, i guess it's fine. it's not hurting anyone and it's not really invading anyone's privacy. it seems like something that would help. if it ever crossed the lines of invading the privacy flying over and recording that's when i think it becomes a problem. >> reporter: under the proposed guide lines, the drone will not be armed with represents and will not have a -- with represents and projectiles. we're hearing that the county will likely sign off on it. the city still need approval from the faa before the one- year pilot program can get underway. reporting from san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. 8:46. let's see if things are smooth, sal. >> any are getting better. i have some commutes that are ill proving. you can see for -- improving. you can for -- you can see for
yourself. if you are driving to the bay bridge toll plaza, you will see the traffic is still pretty slow as you drive through. i want to mention the traffic on 580 through the livermore valley is still going to be slow, especially coming in from the altamont pass and the nimitz freeway, 880 southbound, still suffering effects from much earlier problems. it's backed up in pockets from 238 all the way down to milpitas. it has improved a little bit. it's still on the slow side. let's go to steve in the weather center. all right, thank you, sal. we have a weak front. a weak front, believe it or not, coming in. that's enhanced the fog bank. a lot of reports of drizzle. the first measurable rain for san francisco in august. .01 fell. had .05. coastal locations dealing with a lot of that drizzle, wet streets in the city. that's our system. the front out ahead of the parent low. this time of year to dig that far south, that's impressive. everything we've had, been coming up from the south. that's giving us a pretty --
pretty significant weather. couldn't buy one back in jan. it's here in august. good news for the firefighters. yesterday, sunday, monday, had warm conditions. it will be cooler today. partly cloudy. there's more of a breeze and higher humidity. i don't think you will get any rain. 56%. 56. 68 west-southwest, west- southwest. the fire creates its own especially the couple of fires in lake county have created their own weather. fantastic weather within the boundaries of the weather itself. higher humidity and cooler temps. that's the system right near. i gotta be honest with you. this is pretty cool. getting this in august. it will put on the brakes. hang around for another day and then eject out on thursday. it's enhanced the fog and givens a few -- fog and giving us a few cloud. we have another hurricane. the atlantic can't buy a hurricane. it's very quiet.
hilda, remember guillermo went north. starting to weak be already. 85 miles an hour. the track takes it toward the big island. guillermo went north and department do much. but by wednesday and then into thursday, it really falls apart as it heads toward the big island and then the track will take it south as it weakens. we had the thunderstorm complex from geary moi a next -- guillermo last week. 60s, a few 50s. bodega bay water temp. 55. san francisco buoy went down a little bit. half moon bay and monterey down a few. we get a northwest breeze, that helps. some of the coldest temps are bodega bay. after that, you can find 60s on the oregon coast. 22, gusting to 30 at travis. that's a delta breeze in full force. that equals full weather. a breezy, cooler pattern. more sun to the south. more clouds to the north.
it will be windy. highs inching downward. we'll start a warmup. 60s, 70s coast and bay a lot of low clouds. this system should be strong enough to chew up the fog bank. i think matchy by tomorrow. cooler today and tomorrow and then a rebound slightly thursday. more so friday, saturday. i don't think it will get that hot. but inland temps can bump up in the 90s. >> i'm not seeing 100s on the weekend. >> could be out toward vacaville maybe. >> right. >> maybe. okay. >> thank you, steve. 8:50. well, today the raiders and the chargers will go before the nfl owners, they will give an update on the status of a proposed stadium south of los angeles. mark davis and the chargers' president met yesterday with the nfl committee. the nfl says the team or teams that end up in l.a., that will be determined by a vote of the owners. now, they will hear a second
l.a. area stadium proposal and relocation by the st. louis rams. no vote of the owners is scheduled and no big announcement expected at this meeting. it appears that former san francisco 49er aldon smith may have his pick of jobs despite his latest arrest. the 25-year-old linebacker faces possible charges of dui, hit and run and vandalism after he was arrested last week. the fifth arrest of his in four years and in response the 49ers cut him. now there are reports the new york giants are mock as many as -- are among as 14 teams that may be interested in smith. the keat may be -- the key may be whether toxicology reports whether he was drinking before he hit a parked car in his apartment complex. smith is denying being under the influence. i love this next story. so many times we have stories about star athletes going
broke. that's what one nfl player doesn't want to happen. destreet lions' player broyles is under a $3.6 million contract with half of that guaranteed but espn reports that he and his wife lisk off a $60,000 a year salary. it's called living below your means. all of the rest of the money they have goes to investments and retirement. he said he met with a finance pal planner at the -- financial planner at the start of his career and was given the advice to september up for foot chur -- set up for the future. >> i love that. she's beat up her opponent in 34 seconds. now she's set to star in a movie about her life. but rhonda rowcy is ready to take on another opponent. what is revealed about her and the person known as the world's greatest boxer.
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back in 1988. the director tim burton has mentioned he's involved with a project but no other details to pass along. rhonda row say said she could beat anyone in a no rules fight including friday may weather. she may -- including floyd mayweather. she said that he could peat her in a boxing match but in a no rules fight, she said she could beat anyone on the planet. >> i kind of believe her, too. there is a cat lover making sure his cat does not get fat. a cat named monkey has to earn his kibble with a workout. benjamin posted this video of monkey hunting down balls question trade in for food. he hide the balls. when monkey kinds the fall, he takes it to this special cat feeder, drops kibble into a
dish. he has instructions how to build a feeder like this. you can find a link at ktvu.com. look under web links. >> i need for snacks under my desk. >> in traffic reports, one bit of kibble. good morning. let's take a look at 880. it's a little bit slow as you pass the coliseum. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, you will be waiting for 20 minutes, it has not lightened up. in the south bay, we have a lot of red on the maps after the 880 interchange on the way up to sunnyvale and mountain view. a little cooler, combo of low clouds, high clouds, breezy. good news for the firefighters. it will warm up, though, by the end of the week. >> is michael keaton on board with this remake? >> that's a good question. >> that's our report for this morning. thank you for making ktvu your choice for news. >> have a great one.
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