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a water main break overnight and a massive sinkhole. 3000 people evacuated from their homes after huge explosion at a natural gas facility in michigan. the traffic accident that sparked this incredible blaze. good morning. it is saturday. a bit gray outside. it is july 2. >> good morning. happy saturday. >> it's good to be back on this holiday weekend. >> a bit gray out.
>> yes. it is going away for most of us. at the coast we remained with the clouds in place. and remain with cool conditions. that's a great view. you can see the marine layer and into the city. and a blue sky above it. these clouds are holding close to the coast today. mostly sunny elsewhere. 52 half moon bay. upper 50s in oakland. cool side in lovato -- mold auto. temperatures are continuing to slide in a downward direction. 88 for antioch. 87 livermore. these areas are reaching 90 degrees and going above yesterday. around the bay upper 60s in oakland to 70s in redwood city. if you're going to the beach bring the hottie. it's going to be cool with cloudy conditions
and 61 in pacifica. little change for the next couple of days. >> we also bring the possibility of fog along the coast for fireworks day. we begin with breaking news. a natural gas explosion near detroit michigan. a neighborhood in melvindale under evacuation. you can see the fiery blast on social media. 3000 residents forced out of their home for hours ago. a car crashed the fence of the power company and hit natural gas line. two buildings catching fire and so far the only person injured is the driver of the car who was rushed to a local hospital. we will bring you the story through the morning. we're following developing news a major road shutdown
because a large sinkhole in pleasant hill >> it opened about 9 pm last night on the major thoroughfare -- contra costa blvd. contra costa blvd. christian captain is there this morning to talk about how long the closure could last. >> reporter: good morning. using heavy increment has been brought in in the sink was about 20 feet across. maybe 15 feet deep the water has been shut off the damage is done. it's in the middle of contra costa blvd. between wentworth and gregory lane. they video shot overnight give you a sense of how the scene locked. it broke about 9 pm last night and sent water flooding the street. undermine the road and flooding businesses. it took hours for crews to pinpoint the problem and get to work shutting down the water and assessing the damage. one of the businesses it was a motel in the area. residents say the water was running fast and deep through the parking lot. >> i looked outside and heard
noise so i looked out and i saw water running. i waited for a long time and came out and it was coming out from the hole. there was a lot of water. >> number of businesses with damage because of the flooding. it's closed now and we're hearing it will be closed through the day. they have a coumadin the area is starting to repair the road we been talking to the businesses damaged. a frame shop and that the heart see the you can see some of the water landmark on the cardboard and merchandise in the store a slightly damaged. one of the neighboring businesses next-door said he's hoping my the customer items were left on the floor overnight acres those would have been damaged.
crews are also working to restore water to hundreds of people in the berkeley hills area. it follows a water main break thursday at euclid avenue. homes have been without water since. 650 homes and businesses are without water because of this break. the 16 inch diameter steel pipeline is in a steep area that has been difficult to access. the pipe is about 53 years old. one -- they might spend cloudy or discolored water once service is restored. people should one posits inteather home for 1-2 minutes until the water is clear. more fallout from a sex scandal that has rocked east bay law enforcement agencies. applicants with police officers removed from the richmond school there accused of having sex with an 18-year-old prostitute. the young woman aims to of had
sex with officers from other police departments around the bay area when she was under age in livermore officer is on leave pending an investigation to determine her age when she had sex with him. after two years of declines the of violent crimes california roads -- rose last year this came late last yesterday from state attorney general the overall crime rate remains the lowest in decades but violent crimes of a modest uptick in 2015. overall violent crime is up by 10% statewide. homicide also up by 10% and assault with firearms up 16% and property crimes up 8%. the offer any opinion what is behind increase but several cities are seeing a similar trend. that is how most folks in the bay area will watch fireworks this fourth of july. at a professional show. but some folks will go another
route purchasing illegal provisional great fireworks and setting them off themselves. police departments around the area are cracking down by going undercover. amber lee followed police officers through chinatown where buyers and sellers often connect. >> one of our officers is trying to do a potential transaction with one of the sellers we provided with lieutenant brian when he received word from his plan closed team they were about to arrest three suspects were selling illegal fireworks in chinatown. this transaction start with an officer overhearing a suspect talk about selling fireworks on grand avenue. the officer approached the subject to discuss the sale. >> the subject locked our officer to another location where other individuals were waiting with fireworks. after the transaction was
completed our officers moved in and of the suspects into custody >> asking price for fireworks in this bank alone was $300. after arresting the men was located one of the suspect's cars and found more banks filled with fireworks. >> bottle rockets and a few other mortars and same things. >> what the street value of this is? >> $81,000. they be more this is the second bust of the day. juveniles were arrested for possession and sale and 21-year- old for buying. police said he will charged with felonies. >> if you additional fireworks it is fun but it can a very dangerous. you can lose limbs or get very injured it's also another year of drought so fires can start easily. >> reporter: this year sales of illegal fireworks are slower than previous years but expected to pick up as july 4 approaches. >> with the fourth of july is at the last push to get run of the fireworks for monday. >> reporter: that was amber lee
reporting period an average of 230 people go to emergency rooms every day with fireworks related injuries in the month around the fourth of july. they're urging everyone to leave the fireworks to the professionals. if you decide to use illegal fireworks they would safety guidelines. only use once designed for consumers and get a bucket of water nearby and finally never try to relight fireworks they do not appear to work the first time. if you decide to leave it to the pros as you showed we have listed all the shows around the bay area on our firstname.lastname@example.org. overnight military forces moved in in a 10 hour standoff at a restaurant in bangladesh. coming up the new information we have learned from survivors. the death of the cal
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the fremont and stations are closed. there should down this weekend and bar repair work will pave the way for new trains and the san jose extension. i disconnect free shuttles. there could be delays between 20 and 40 minutes. regular rail service will resume tuesday morning. one westbound lane and i- 580 living to the san rafael bridge is close. a paddle opened up thursday night of the toll plaza. it will reopen 8 am but there are more closures planned. it will close from 9 pm until 9 am over the next few days. callis taking a close look at its full program. the public event of lyman died two years ago after a strenuous
workout. it's raising questions about the team's strengthening coach at digital complex of interest with past investigations. the chancellor has ordered a new investigation into the training regimen at the school. how admitted negligence and settled with the family for nearly $5 million. ktvu's partner with other bay area and media outlets in it effort to report on the state of homelessness in our community. the hope is to raise awareness and find some solutions. >> in almost is not mean sitting in a doorway or shelter. the demand for housing is as high as rent and striving some residents to redefine the concept of home. >> reporter: in the shadow of silicon valley opulence of would be rude to affordable housing. twitter hundred block of lincoln street in mountain view is under an armada rvs.
these are not part for use as playthings for the well-to-do. this is a new concept of affordable housing. a neighborhood within a neighborhood. >> what's happening all over the country is between housing prices and mortgage and low incomes that many people that were middle class before cannot afford rent. >> he's been at the home of his report pathfinder motorhome for a dozen years. it's a one bedroom one bath but also comes with captains chairs and a steering wheel. first meet a rescue dog is along for the ride. this was not always the way he lived. in the.com boom he was a ceo with a majority stake in amazon type company before amazon became big. the bust cost intensive lanes of dollars as well as his house . he had a sons turned of living in a bus a precursor to the rv. years later he's trying to catch waiting in a bottle again. hoping a startup venture will restart home living.
the biggest stumbling block is the cost of south bay housing. >> we can look at the rent and there was no possible way. i'm is able to veteran living on a disabled check. and bootstrapping this. we have to this motorhome and find a spot >> reporter: spots like these don't the softbank landscape 35 to 40 rvs are parked next to this part one that there passing million-dollar homes next they sure homes. hunt says these residents once living in cars or trucks are technically homeless. >> this might be technically homeless but it beats the hell out of being on the sidewalk. >> reporter: mountain view leaders say there's at least 287 such homeless people on any given night and many are working-class families complete with kids and pets. some local service agencies
tell us they care for about double that number meaning the problem is growing. parking restrictions only prohibit size and it's in the season one spot. living like this is not illegal. >> they have chosen to park where they want to pick the city never instructed them about that. it just happened organically. >> reporter: he's chosen to be here with his family. he and his wife and children are priced out of the rental market one year ago. at $2700 per month for a one bedroom, now he pays $600 a month plus gas to live in this rv. >> i make $3000. i need food for the family. >> it's expensive. that's why i stay here because i couldn't pay 3000 for an apartment.
my family has everything your >> reporter: for the most profound neighbors and working professionals in the area empathetic about the plight of the financially challenged. >> it is terribly sad it's a sign of the times. we have a severe affordable housing crisis in the bay area took some complain that he conditions on by a merging of mobile and commensal homes can quickly generate from suburban to the call of the wild. >> it's a lot of garbage. there are appliances and -- >> my daughter is 15 and has her friends over. at 8 pm the water walking through a motorhome in can't meant? >> reporter: we know the hygiene issue is a problem. it is something we have to solve. we understand there are problems for both neighbors and the vehicle dwellers. we are trying to be sensitive to the needs of both groups. >> reporter: are residents they
for waste removal trucks rich in the service their mobile homes. officials say this is not violate public health codes as long as the waste is disposed of properly. social service providers say the obvious solution is creating more affordable housing. one option that might help a fraction of estimate it 500 people in san jose living rvs and other vehicles could be found here. parking lots like this one around the area. >> reporter: officials are looking into changing city ordinance or creating them to allow the use of blogs for overnight parking. he's lobbied congress and an attempt to make mobile home living work manageable across the country. he plans to keep living behind the wheel until his new venture takes off and then same and a fictional home. as for the others he's on board for another year in this rv because of uncertainty and ever rising rent >> these people have one fingernail trying to hang on to the american dream.
and pull themselves up. if we given half a chance and stop harassing them they will all get off of the street. you'll find more information on the san francisco homeless project on our website as well as online resources if you or someone you know is homeless. residents south of denver are picking up the pieces after being pummeled by golf ball sized hail. these are videos posted on social media from the castle rock neighborhood. people reported tens of thousands of dollars in damage as hail shattered windows and told some cars. amazingly no one was injured. we have a big holiday weekend i'm looking outside and
we have some chilly weather. >> when you look at the hailstorm we have no complaints. some cloud cover and fog out this morning a court date in store. temperatures continue to fall into the weekend. a beautiful view with a mix of sun and clouds. the marine layer down to about 2000 feet and seeing some of the low cloud cover over into portions closer to the east bay. the onshore breeze is with us. temperatures are a bit cooler than yesterday. but we will continue this trend into the afternoon. 52 now in santa rosa. oakland upper 50s. san jose 57. cloud cover along the coastline around the bay. as you go inland we showed you the live camera once you get
past the east bay hills we're mostly sunny. cool at the coast and warm inland and temperatures at the coast in the 60s. there's a beach advisory for the area along the coastline rip currents and sneaker waves. bring the jacket because it's going to be cool out. 70s for the day and inland mid to upper 80s. here is santa rosa. 78 for the afternoon high. 77 can't field. upper 60s to the east bay. mid-to upper 80s in danville and then brentwood. south bay locations 79 san jose. 73 in san mateo. 63 san francisco. here is the bay area weekends.
temperatures do not change a lot. just a bump in the numbers on monday and clouds and possibility of fog continues. if you want a bad -- a good bet go inland because they will have clear skies through the evening. >> can you change that? >> if i had that power i would be rich. it's only happened a handful of times in history. the what happened on the bay area baseball field for the first time in nearly 20 years. is now time for our pet of the day. this is a six-year-old calico gloves hanging out with people and looking for a lap to call her own. she's up for adoption at the east bay spca.
it's only happened a handful of times. the stompers put a pictures of the night on their twitter page. stacy pitched a scoreless first- inning against the city she was the third inning after giving up five hits and only one was earned. she walked and struck out at her back. they enjoyed the test to play the game they love. the giants were feeling queasy last night. he felt terrible at the start. and it showed. they scored three runs in the bottom of the first. while he settled down the giants got their bets cooking. second baseman grant green filling in for the injured joe panik. giant sent on an insurance run top of the eighth with an offense of field homer. thank you jared parker. giants beat the d-backs 6-4. a's took three out of four
games this weekend. the pirates looked good early but number 17 on the air. sonny gray continues to struggle. he was not good. allowed seven runs in six innings as the pirates took down the a's 7-3 the final. a bay area connection to one of the people killed in the bangladesh standoff and involves uc berkeley. what experts he could make this season even longer than normal. some new details about the victim in the week's movie theater standing. -- stabbing.
good morning. we learned about a tragic connection between the bay area and he deadly standoff in bangladesh. >> we have learned a uc berkeley student was among the hostages killed in the standoff at a restaurant in bangladesh. ap reports 18-year-old was a cal student of indian heritage. she had gone to bangladesh to visit her father who was there on business >> she was among 20 hostages all killed in the terror attack.
there were all foreigners and some of whom came from japan, india and italy. silver city attackers tortured and then have to get anyone who could not recite the koran. government troops moved in ending the 10 hour siege. they rescued 13 captives and killed six militants. one attacker was captured. isis is claiming responsibility for the siege. prime minister a bangladesh calls it a heinous act. here is a look at some the top stories. evacuations remain in the detroit suburb of melvindale michigan following a natural gas line explosion. a car went through the fence of a power company and slammed into an aboveground gas main. the crash triggered a loud explosion and then a huge fireball. about 3000 residents have been evacuated. a major road on pleasant
hill shut down because of a large sinkhole. it opened up at 9 pm last night on contra costa blvd. near gregory lane. you can see the water that poured into the whole causing the monster sinkhole. a number of businesses are located nearby. the water line field beneath the road in the southbound lane and water had been shut off the police say the road could be closed for the entire day and possibly into tomorrow. advocates are demanding police officer be removed from schools. their advocate in a widening sex scandal involving dozens of police officers and deputies in several east bay law enforcement departments. in livermore officer is on leave after he's being investigated about having sex with underage prostitute. holiday weekend coming up. rosemary will fix everything. >> every temne fireworks coming -- >> we cannot always make everyone happy.
cool of the coast and nice and warm inland. we are scorching inland and the coast is nice. we are one of those patterns where the inland areas find it more enjoyable this weekend. here is a look at the oakland estuary. it's a holiday weekend and hopefully have some fun things planned. we will see low cloud cover and looking at mostly sunny skies but if you look on the backside of san francisco that cloud cover along the coastline is going to stick. mostly cloudy at the coast for the entire day and there is a rip current and sneaker wave risk for today. 52 degrees and half moon bay. -- at half moon bay. upper 50s and low 60s inland.
afternoon highs for today. upper 80s and the forecast for livermore. 85 concord. these spots hit 91 yesterday so we continue to shave off the numbers. on tuesday we were near 100. it has been a wild but we're finally having some comfortable weather. >> you can always drive somewhere else if you don't like the temperature where you are. >> hold onto the pattern through the weekend which means the possibility of clouds and fog for the fireworks. developing this morning a dozen wildfires are burning across the state and combined the burned those two 70,000 acres. check out this map. thousands of firefighters are working to put the fires out. one of the most stubborn ones in el dorado national forest. it's burned 2500 acres. it started tuesday. it's only 12% contained.
and 2600 homes and other buildings are at risk. evacuation orders are still in effect. there are at least two wildfires in kern county. 200 acres in bear valley and threatening 100 homes. some people have been told to evacuate and now the fire has zero containment. the other kern county fire has burned 48,000 acres near lake isabella and that fire is 85% contained. in solano county firefighters worked to put out a grass fire last night along i-680. it started before 7 pm near marsh view road. it burned got 13 acres no one was hurt. wildfires threat remains high through the state through august because some arrangement not be as consistent. the chance of a significant fire is also my because of the
drought as well as dry grass and trees. the risk will go down in september. we're learning more about the victim of this week's unprovoked stabbing inside a movie theater in santa rosa. these are new pictures of adam lucero courtesy of the santa rosa press democrat. he had just graduated from cal poly san luis obispo with a business degree and had a job set up for later this month. he also reports the attack apparently happened after he got up to use the restroom. the attacker 23-year-old delonte hart follow them into the bathroom and then back into the theater city behind him. and stabbing him multiple times. his brother told he believes his brother is still alive >> he said i punished the guy i thought back. i think that was what saved his life. i am fighting back it was not an easy attack anymore and the
guy took off and left. >> he made his first court appearance yesterday but did not enter a plea. police are determining if he's also responsible for a stabbing on monday also in santa rosa. he is homeless and riesling moved to the bay area from baltimore. that family reports he remains heavily sedated after several lengthy surgeries and the of set up a gofundme page 2 of cover his medical expenses. owing to that page is on our website ktvu.com. governor brown ten-day six gun-control measures but vetoed five others. those that will become law include background checks for ammunition sales and requirement of people turning high-capacity magazines. yesterday he approved a ban on new guns with so-called bullet but did not emmission to be quickly switched out. on the other hand the government today required to register home a guns and report lost or stolen weapons to a stories. the governors but decision
leaves gun reformist with some but not all what they wanted and gun store owners are upset. >> reporter: where we have is an ar15. what makes this legal in california now is the fact that it has a bullet button device on it. >> it's the best selling gun in america. it's different in our state than others. modified with the release requiring a tool to reload ammunition. because california outlawed cartridges of more than 10 rounds critics saw the bullet button as a loophole the closing. most rifles with them are being bolt into the state of the weapon ban. >> history registerant come january 1 they cannot be sold after that >> reporter: will make collecting stuff illegal. you cannot get it anymore. it's settled customers are flooding gun stores ahead of the change of prices will go either way because cost will go up they will start by then >> reporter: idina back on
jekyll be required >> you the tray and the effective and be safe i if you cannot get ammunition effectively than that will be a huge issue. >> there's a lot of things that could be done nationwide.the store owner says he's all for a more streamlined saver gun buying system. but is not see that in the new law >> instead one bill he supported was vetoed making it a felony to steal any gone >> make the actual repercussions severe. so make it will get out with lots on the rest criminals are not worried about bullet buttons. >> they show them right in. i don't need a tool or anything. >> reporter: he points out the semi automatic shotgun have voted faster than the one that is now outlawed. >> i could have everyone in here shot in second and the reloaded before anyone could do anything.
>> reporter: one store in one city but like many others selling stacks of semi automatic weapons making money now to a normal 12 or so days is that many of a small shop >> reporter: as buyers pileup. knowing those sales will disappear in six months. >> california loses out on the revenue. and the taxes. any jobs. >> reporter: officials say the valley of the log up for an outline this morning. the animal last night was spotted in apache drive. deputies responded but did not find the line. if there's reminding those in the air to keep their pets inside during dawn and dusk and evening hours and telling neighbors to avoid late areas at those times. next signals about the media superstar kevin durant in the hamptons. the warriors talk to them for about three hours. the first
day of free agency. one reporter said the meeting went well but another said durrant was noncommittal. in the warriors can i get a good read on his intentions. it's a spec that he will likely return to the oklahoma city thunder with a short-term deal with you get more money. but other teams including the warriors and clippers and san antonio spurs. the warriors that met durrant included steph curry klay thompson draymond green and andre iguodala. he caused quite a stir on twitter when you post this message. one fan asked if that was about durrant or whether he went golfing. we will find out soon i guess. free agent frenzy. in the nhl. the sharks are going on a shopping spree. they spent $25 million yesterday on the first in free agency and signed a speedy forward. and a skilled puck handling
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welcome back. that's a great view of san francisco. you can see the low clouds lingering over the city. we have these clouds pulled back around and with afternoon sunshine. temperatures on the mild side. the full forecast coming up. the fireworks started early in the nation's capital and to mother nature. some incredible photographs and videos posted on social media of a powerful lightning storm near washington dc. more rain and storms are forecast through the weekend. and on fourth of july. the famous fireworks show could be postponed. the national park service says that will only happen in the case of heavy rain thunderstorms were high winds. investigators in egypt say they will be able to access
cockpit voice recordings from the egyptair flight that crashed in may. the memory chips of recorders are intact and the test were done in france and they plan to bring the black boxes back to egypt to continue the investigation. the flight crashed the mediterranean sea and all 66 people on board. the flight data recorder show that was smoke on board at the time. apple is facing a new lawsuit in china over its propaganda film that is over 20 years old. it has exclusive online rights to the film and is suing apple for allowing its users to download and watch it using an app. they're seeking $7500 in damages and apple has not commented on the lawsuit. millions of drivers expected on roads over the weekend. especially since low gas prices are making travel cheaper. chp is working to keep the roads safer everyone with your maximum enforcement effort running through the night monday.
dui checkpoints are set up in some areas. police say if you plan on drinking use commercial options like taxis or ride sharing services or it is in the driver or public transportation. the bay area is full of horrible drivers according to new report by allstate insurance and a ranking of 200 m cities six of our largest landed in the bottom of the 25% . fremont was 161. san jose at 174. hayward at 173. oakland 186 and san francisco was the worst at 191. the survey was based on the frequency of property damage of in short drivers in 2013-2014. we did bla pick they were 193 out of 200. boston was the worst. it is a gray day.
>> it is. outside in the bay area we're looking at partly sunny partly cloudy skies. socked in along the coastline. once you go inland it's a beautiful shot. blue skies. good to moderate air quality in store for saturday. a minor cool down continuing today and into tomorrow. some of the folks that were in the low 90s yesterday today you will reach mid-to upper 80s. meanwhile at the coast not a lot of change. the gray skies will continue and the cool conditions continue. as i've been mentioning there's an advisory along the coast for rip currents and sneaker waves. even into the east bay hills we
see low cloud deck. it's now grown to 2000 feet and so it continues to move further inland and the onshore breeze is stronger. it's strongest i've seen it in some time. gusting 31 miles per hour so the pacificare is being pumped into the inland communities. it's taken several days. but it will be a mostly comfortable inland today with mid-to upper 80s in the forecast. you can see the trough right in the area. that is what is helping pull us back down. 53 san francisco. 58 oakland. 56 fremont. afternoon highs upper 70s to 80 for the north bay. upper 60s for the east bay shoreline. been to upper 80s for the warmer spots. in the south bay 79 san jose. 70 santa cruz.
78 redwood city and low 60s san francisco. if you're seeing the a's play today 63 at gametime. here's the extended forecast. not a lot of change into sunday. we could see attached warming on monday that might not notice. all in all not a lot of change. temperatures drop further as we get into midweek wednesday. the focus will be the next few days and the holiday weekend. comfortable inland and cool at the coast. crashing down by going undercover. >> bottle rockets and a few other mortars of the same thing. >> reporter: coming up a behind the scenes look at the battle to keep illegal fireworks off the street. first how about opera inside a baseball stadium. popular and free tradition returning to san francisco tonight.
simulcast at the park at 7 to 30 tonight. the upper is the 14th freaked simulcast and the 10th at at&t park last year due in more than 30,000 people. the man behind event is stepping down this summer after 10 years as the head of the san francisco opera. >> he said them with the general director to talk about his legacy. >> reporter: this is how david gosling is saying goodbye to the san francisco opera. [ singing ] >> carmen roth sensual and violent. a far cry from many people image of opera. from today's fiery carmen to the elegant madame butterfly of years past a general director of the san francisco opera david goffin wanted to throw open the door of the war memorial opera house and shake up people's perception of opera
as elitist stuffy and stale. >> it pains me. it's an image that i have fought all of my life. he did something no one had done. he gave away some of the worlds best opera for free. in the form of live simulcast of what was on stage was shown in high definition on the big screen at at&t park. he considers opera at the ballpark a home run. >> there has been a migration slowly but surely of the group into the upper house downtown >> reporter: he takes special delight in seeing children exposed to opera. weather at the ballpark or through cartoons. he saw opera on television long before bugs bunny was the barber of seville. >> every sunday night there was
a show called the voice of firestone. presented by who else? the tire and rubber company. [ singing ] >> reporter: those famous arias stayed with him and he discovered he loved to sing in the chorus and glee club and nothing fancy until -- >> mike lee club director said he would be able to sing opera. and i said old boy because i had flunked physics. >> reporter: perfect timing. >> that started the me down the road and they were big stars like beverly sills and pavarotti and positive domingo. that appeared regularly on johnny carson. >> reporter: uconn from opera
to motion pictures. how was the transition? will he was on the way to becoming a professional opera singer when he was told he would never be a start. he turned his attention to arts administration and spent 33 years as the general director of the houston grand opera before coming to san francisco in 2006. back then unless you're a patron pretty woman was your best chance to see the san francisco opera. and whether you are in the fancy box seats or in the free ones in the outfield gockley says he wants his lasting legacy to be the notion that everyone is welcome at the san francisco opera. >> have fun. have garlic fries. pay nothing. and what do you have to lose? >> reporter: --
>> that's a good idea. it's exposing opera to so many people that might have never have gone >> i love the garlic fries. and opera. i've never seen opera before. >> it's an experience. thousands of evacuate from their homes in michigan after a huge gas plant explosion. the latest development coming up. a water main break and the cleanup coming up. hi. is the internet still out? yes! come on. work together. work together.
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well new overnight a tragic connection from the bay area to the deadly terror standoff in bangladesh. the uc berkeley student we just learned was killed in the deadly incident. ly incident. a water main break and the sink hole here in pleasant hill could affect this weekend's festivities. we'll tell you about it coming up. welcome to mornings on. it is saturday. big holiday weekend. june 25th -- i'm frank mallicoat. >> july 2nd. >> what did i say? >> you said june 25th. >> that was last week. happy june 25th. already come and gone. you weren't here. >> it was a great one though.
good morning. i'm claudine wong. we have rosemary with us on this beautiful -- >> sometimes you can't read the teleprompter. >> we rely on it so much. it is funny and incredible at what you can read all the teleprompter and not even realize. i could say i'm frank mallicoat and not even realize. >> we are waking up with the clouds this morning, temperatures start to yesterday morning. take a look at this shot from san francisco where we have the fog. marine layer depth thicker. the on shore breeze is stronger and as we know the two combined equal a bit of a cooling trend. low 50s at half moon bay. for the temperatures, cooling off some for our inland communities. we've been talking about this, it's taken some time. now we'll be to the upper 80s as opposed to upper 90s. 69 expected for oakland. if you want to see the a's play
later today, bring a jacket. 63 in san francisco today for the fillmore jazz fest. if you're going to the coast, you'll need a hoody. it's going to be cloudy, cool and breezy. i'll have a look at the back end of your holiday weekend. >> thanks. we're following breaking news of a bay area connection to that deadly hostage standoff in bangladesh. a government official from india says an 18-year-old cal student was among the hostages killed in that terrorist attack at a restaurant. she had been identified as tareshi jane. she was reportedly an economic student who was of indian descent visiting her father in bangladesh. militants took over that restaurant. extremists killed 20 hostages. all the victims were foreigners from countries like japan, south korea and italy. bangladesh forces moved in, killing six of the militants,
rescued 13 of the hostages. we are working to find more information about that cal student and we'll bring you updates throughout mornings on 2. we are also following breaking news of a natural gas explosion near detroit, michigan. a neighborhood in the city of melvindale is under evacuation. people have posted pictures of this fiery blast on social media. 3000 residents were forced from their homes about four hours ago a car crashed through a fence of a power company. that car hit a natural gas line. that caused two buildings to catch on fire. so far the only person who is injured is the driver who was rushed to a local hospital. we're also following developing news in pleasant hill. >> yeah. >> a major road is shut down because of a large sink hole. >> it's a good-sized sink hole. opened up about 9:00 last night on contra costa boulevard. ktvu's christien kafton is there with a look at the repairs underway. we just learned that this may
very well impact the 4th of july festivities in pleasant hill as well; right? >> reporter: that's one of the things we're looking into. the parade route does come down contra costa boulevard. yet to be determined whether or not this water break and this huge sink hole is going to affect that parade. it's the 40th anniversary of the 4th of july parade in pleasant hill. so a lot of questions as to whether this will impact all of that. you can see crews on scene beginning the work of tearing up the street to get access to the water main so they can begin repairs. it's tough to see but we do still see water coming off of the water main into the hole. the question is how long is it going to take to effect a repair here. this massive sink hole in the middle of contra costa boulevard. we're between woodsworth and gregory lane.
that main broke around 9:00 last night and sent water flooding into the street, undermining the road and flooding into businesses. it took several hours for crews to pinpoint the problem, shutting down the water and assessing the damages. one of the businesses is a motel in the area. residents say that the water was running fast and deep through the parking lot and we talked with the man who worked at a laundromat nearby. he said at first the business lost water pressure, then he saw water in the parking lot. >> looked outside and all of a sudden here's this rush of water coming down around the bend over here all the way over here. and before we know it, you know, i had to shut the thing down over here. we have a massive flood over here. >> reporter: now we've seen a number of businesses in the area with damage as a result of the flood. some water got inside of a frame shop. we could see a half inch of water on the floor. as you might imagine, southbound contra costa
boulevard is now closed. we're hearing it will be closed throughout the day. looking to find out just how much of an impact that closure could have and the work could have on that 4th of july parade set to get underway in pleasant hill this weekend. >> kind of reminds me of that sink hole in maraga, the ream shopping center. that happened four, five months ago. i think they're still working on it too. that looks good sized. it might take a while. not a day or two. what do you think? >> reporter: this is going to take a while for it to fill in. as you might imagine, not only do they have to work on clamping down this pipe, they have to repair the pipe, repair the section, they have to fill that hole, they have to lay new asphalt on top. a lot of the businesses are without pear right now. pg and e yous have shut down power. so there's a lot of work to be done before this can get ready for use again. >> all right. what a mess.
thanks for the update. >> thank you. crews are also working to restore water service to hundreds of people in the berkeley hills this morning. the outage follows a water main break thursday at euclid and marin avenues. homes have been without water ever since. 650 homes, in fact, and businesses are without water as a result of the break. the 16-inch diameter steel pipeline located in a steep area that's been difficult to access. the pipe is 63 years old. once service is restored east bay mud says customers may experience cloudy or discolored water. people should run faucets inside the home for one to three minutes until that water is clear. [ screaming sitcom -- this is how most folks are going to be watching the fireworks this 4th of july. some folk will go another
route. they'll purchase illegal professional grade fireworks and set them off themselves. police departments all over the bay area are cracking down. they're going undercover. followed san francisco police officers through chinatown where buyers and sellers often connect in the days leading up to the 4th. >> one of our officers is trying to -- involved in a potential transaction with one of the sellers. >> reporter: we were riding with lieutenant brian hoo when he received word from his team they were about to arrest three suspects for selling illegal fireworks in chinatown. this transaction started with an officer overhearing a suspect talk about selling fireworks on busy granth avenue. the officer approaches the suspect. >> the suspect walked our officer over to another location where two more individuals were waiting with fireworks. as you see here. and after the transaction was completed our officers moved in and took the suspects into custody. >> reporter: the asking price for the fireworks in this bag
alone, $300. after arresting the three men police located one of the suspects' car and found more bags filled with fireworks. >> looks like bottle rockets and a couple other of the mortars, the same thing. >> reporter: what do you think the street value is? >> maybe $1000 or so. >> reporter: this is the second bust of the day. this afternoon two juveniles were arrested for possession and sale and a 21-year-old for buying. police say they will be charged with felonies. >> some people like to shoot off fireworks, it's fun. but it can -- very dangerous. you can lose limbs, you can get really hurt. it's also in another year drought so fires can start easily because of fireworks. >> reporter: police say this year sales of illegal fireworks are slower than previous years. but expected to pick up as july 4th nears. >> with the 4th of july this is probably our last push to get rid of the fireworks before monday.
>> that was amber lee reporting. an average of 230 people are going to go to the emergency room every day with fireworks- related injuries in the month around the 4th of july. they are urging everyone to leave the fireworks to the professionals. however, if you do decide to use legal fireworks they released these safety guidelines. only use ones designed for consumers, keep a bucket of water nearby and never try to relight fireworks that don't appear to work the first time. now if you do decide to leave it to the pros we have a list of fireworks shows around the bay area on our website, that's ktvu.com. that list is under the local news tab. time now is 8:10. there's more fallout from a sex scandal that has rocked east bay law enforcement agencies. youth advocates want two police officers removed from richmond schools. they are accused of having sex with an 18-year-old prostitute. the young woman claims to have had sex with officers from other police departments when she was underage. a livermore officer is on
administrative leave pending an investigation to determine her age. the 75th marin county fair continues today with a big line of music, fun, exhibits and food. that features more than 800 categories of thousands of exhibits -- there are fireworks every night and some great musical acts. sheila e. is performing tonight. plain white tees on sunday and foreigner on the 4th of july. the fair runs until july 4th. it is open from 11:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. daily. admission at the gate is $20 for adults, $15 for children and seniors. children under 4 are free. if you buy your tickets online you can save a few bucks. for more information go to our website, ktvu.com. you're going to want to go to the web links tab. coming up new details about the victims in this week's movie theater stabbing attacks. >> such a brutal attack we couldn't have asked for a better outcome. in 20 minutes the action he took that his brother says
thank you for joining us on this saturday morning. got the red hot chili peppers going there. we appreciate your time. giving you a look at alcatraz. golden gate bridge in the backdrop. you can see and tell from this point of view we have fog, low clouds along the coast just inside the bay and if you look close at the water, you can see the white caps there. the on shore breeze has increased. we have a cooldown coming your way for your afternoon. i will line up those numbers for you and have the rest of your holiday weekend as well. >> thanks. happening now, the freemont and south hayward bart stations are shut down due to track maintenance. bart says the repair work will pave the way for new trains and the san jose extension. riders can take free shuttles. there could be delays between 20 and 40 minutes on the shuttle. regular rail service resumes on tuesday morning. all westbound lanes of interstate 580 leading to the
richmond san rafel bridge are open now. crews have been patching up a pothole that opened thursday night. that reopened about 15 minutes ago. there are more closures planned. the lane will close from 9:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m. over the next two days. a quick thinking woman used her i stinks and her -- instincts and her foot to trip up a suspected drunk driver. a 21-year-old college student stepped up thursday night after witnessing a speeding car smash into an empty parked vehicle. veronica then saw a female passenger and a male driver get out of the first car. he was running towards her and that's when veronica stuck her foot out. >> i let him run up on me and right as he got to where you are foot out and he smacked his face right on the ground. pretty hard. i got kind of scared. >> well officers were able to arrest the man on drunk driving and hit and run charges.
police say moments before hitting the cars on westwood street the suspect struck another car. mega millions jackpot still up for grabs. you still have a shot. lottery officials say there were no winning tickets for last night's big jackpot estimated at $415 million. here are the numbers. 20, 41, 42, 45, 49 and that mega number is 14. jackpot getting bigger now. $449million. the next drawing on tuesday, july 5th. >> i wouldn't have picked those numbers though. >> i always do the quick pick. i got first three a couple of drawings ago. first three numbers i went all right. i was one off on the mega number. >> that hurts. >> i won $8. >> almost like millions. >> that's when you have to wonder am i really lucky or unlucky. >> yeah, well -- >> lucky than the people who bought no numbers.
there you go. >> in that case, very lucky. lucky to be sitting next to the beautiful claudine wong this morning. >> oh wow. >> good comeback. well done. >> do what i can. outside our doors, i can't clear the clouds from the coastline. here's the view into san francisco where we have a mix of clouds and the sun. a little bit of blue sky there. this is what we're seeing around the bay. partly sunny, cloudy skies. temperatures into the afternoon going to cooldown is a bit. we do have this cooldown that will continue for the weekend and then temperatures sort of hold steady as we get into your 4th of july monday. this tweet coming from patrick. he's taking a run through the golden gate park and decided to take this snapshot and send it our way. thank you for that. gray skies there. still a beautiful picture. cool at the coast. warm around the bay and inland. temperatures in the mid to upper 80s. finally. finally seeing some nice
weather come your way after dealing with all that upper 90s, low 100 -- low 100s that we had tuesday into wednesday. although some folks like it hot. i shouldn't talk so much about it being super hot and unbearable because well, there are plenty of folks that like it that way. 60 degrees in oakland. 62 in palo alto. the low clouds are going to peel back. we'll be mostly cloudy at the coast. here's a look at what you can expect. 71 degrees. upper 70s expected for the second half. afternoon highs in for today, 79 expected. east bay, 68 expected for richmond. upper 80ss for areas like danville. 85 for concord today. 79 san jose. 70s santa cruz. 63 in san francisco. a bit cool for you there in the
city. fairly nice weather. i think the clouds pull away by lunchtime. here's the extepidded forecast. a -- extended forecast. a near repeat expected for sunday. we may see another cooldown into tuesday and wednesday. focusing on our bay area forecast for the weekend. low clouds and fog that will remain just inside the bay. we'll be tracking that for you as we get closer to monday and the possibility it have maybe impacting our fireworks. back to you. >> thanks so much. well, it is the latest film from the hollywood giant steven spielberg. >> the movie is based on favorite childrens books. the bfg. >> i'm here with your movie review. steven spielberg's the bfg. big friendly giant. spielberg is one of the greatest directors of all time. now he's taking on the 1982 classic the bfg.
written so many famous books including matilda, james and the giant beach. fantastic mr. fox. also charlie and the chocolate factory. this film is dealing with mark rylance who plays the big friendly giant. here he's playing a giant who is 25 feet tall, digitally. what they do is he performed the performance with motion capture and they capture it all and that's why his face looks so photo realistic. you're seeing his performance come through the digital character. this character of the giant becomes young friends with a young girl. it's a beautiful story with great themes, great visuals. the 2d version is the version you want to see. it is so well done and so imagined. it reminded me of the feeling i had when i watched et. that's what spielberg has done here again.
john williams' music is fantastic. it is well done and i gave it a 4 out of 5. i think this is spielberg's best film along with a little film called bridge of spies since munich. overall you look at his career, i would have to say that jaws is probably the best movie ever made. from 2005 until now there haven't been a ton of great spielberg films. i think this is great. i also think that bridge of spies is a great film and 2005's munich was a phenomenal film as well. saving private ryan. so many to list. he's an amazing film maker. my interview with spielberg is available on my facebook page. check it out there. have a great weekend. >> liked it. >> i think he liked it. >> maybe just a little. all right. a unique partnership in seattle helping to get people off the streets. coming up in 20 minutes the successful project that's replacing tent cities.
interest. uc berkeley's chancellor has ordered a new investigation. school admitted negligence and settled with the family for nearly $5 million. giants pitcher feeling queasy last night but managed to beat the d-backs and get his 12th win of the year. felt terrible to start and it showed here. arizona scored 3 runs bottom of the 1st. he would settle down and the giants got their bats cooking a little bit. 2nd baseman had a couple hits. giants beat the d-backs. 6-4 was your final. a's took three of four games this week. last night oakland facing the pie pirates. looking good early on. this guy, sonny gray, their ace, continues to struggle. he'd allowed 7 runs, 6 innings. it was not good. pirates took down the a's. the final last night 7-3. your time now is 8:27.
about a dozen wildfires are raging across the state. the progress the fire is making on the biggest blaze and just how long the fire season could last this year. a water main break and a sink hole in pleasant hill could affect this weekend's holiday celebrations. we'll tell you about it coming up. it's been 60 years in the making.
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well it is clearing up over there. >> should we say good morning? >> good morning to you on this beautiful day. you know, it's great over here. blue skies elsewhere. >> yes. elsewhere. i use that a lot this time of year. cloudy at the coast. sunny elsewhere. >> there you go. broken record. >> whatever you want on this saturday you can find. >> that's a great way of putting it. our microclimate pattern in place. nice look over oakland. waking up with gray skies here. inside the bay, the marine layer depth as grown to 2000 feet. some low clouds approaching the east bay hills. right now 56 degrees in santa rosa. 52 in san francisco. 60 degrees oakland. livermore and san jose checking in at the low 60s. these clouds inside the bay will be burning away as we get to the second part of the
morning and early afternoon. for the afternoon, cloudy at the coast, sunny elsewhere. 69 in oakland. mid to upper 80s for some of the warmer spots. a good looking day for most of us. but, again, cloudy at the coastline. i'll have a look at the rest of the weekend coming up. here's a look at some of the top stories on this saturday morning. a uc berkeley student was among the people killed in last night's hostage standoff at a bangladesh restaurant. the student has been identified as tareshi jane. she was reportedly an economics major who was of indian descent visiting her father. armed extremists took over the restaurant and killed 20 hostages before government forces ended the siege. emory university in atlanta says two of its students were also among the victims. isis just claimed responsibility for the attack. evacuations remain in place in the detroit suburb of
melvindale, michigan. that follows a natural gas line explosion. our sister station in detroit flew over that scene. a car went through the fence of a power company. it slammed into an aboveground gas main. the crash triggered a loud explosion and a huge fire ball. youth advocates demanding the richmond police department remove two police officers assigned to schools. they are itchly kateed in a widening -- implicated in a widening sex scandal that involves police officers and deputies. a livermore officer is now on administrative leave as the department looks into whether he had sex with an underage prostitute. we are following developing news in pleasant hill. crews are working to repair a water main break. >> yeah, a big sink hole too. the break sent thousands of gallons of water into the street opening a huge sink hole on contra costa boulevard. christien kafton is there to show us that repairs are underway.
good morning. >> reporter: yeah, good morning. i'm looking over my shoulder. we do have a lot of work crews in the area. beginning to work on this big sink hole here. one of the big questions is how is this sink hole and water main break going to affect the 4th of july parade here in pleasant hill. that's one of the issues we're looking into. this is actually on the parade route. crews, again, on scene beginning to work on tearing up the street to get access to that water main so they can begin the repairs. taking a look inside that hole you might be able to see there's still water pouring into the hole. a massive sink hole left after that water main break in the middle of contra costa boulevard. between woodsworth and gregory lane. that is on the pleasant hill parade route. that main broke around 9:00 and sent water flooding into the street. undermining the road. it took several hours for crews to work on pinpointing where that water was coming from. learning exactly how to shut it down and begin the work of assessing the damage. one of the businesses in the area is a motel. residents there tell me that the water was running fast and
deep through the parking lot. >> i was outside, i came home and heard noise outside so i looked outside and i saw water running all through it and i waited if for a long time and i came out and looked and it was coming up from that hole right there. it was a lot of water -- a lot of water was all over the place. >> reporter: now we've seen a number of businesses with damage as a result of the flood from this water main break. water got inside of a frame shop. we can still see a half inch of water on the floor. coming back to our live picture, this does the frame shop we're talking about. some of the mud and silt there on the ground leading up to the windows and door. we can see some water damage inside the store. one of the other issues that businesses in the area are putting one right now. there's actually a power outage right now. p g&e either shut down the power or the power was affected by the water main break. right now contra costa boulevard the southbound lanes are closed for through traffic.
with a 20-foot sink hole in the middle of the road it's going to be difficult to get around. the big question is how is this going to affect the 4th of july parade. we're working on finding answers to that question. >> any idea how long it's going to take to finally repair it and get it back to snuff? >> reporter: no estimate on time. right now crews are still trying to assess the damage. it's so new they've just got the water turned off. it takes a while to figure out what they're working with before they can give an idea on how long it's going to take. as you might imagine it looks like it's going to probably take a couple of days at least. >> not just the parade route but general traffic through the area depends on that street. thanks. also developing this morning about a dozen wildfires are burning across the state. combine those that burned a total of 70,000 acres. thousands of firefighters are working to put one of the fires out. one of the most stubborn fires is in the el dorado national
forest. since it started on tuesday -- right now it's only about 12% contained and 2600 homes and other buildings are at risk. some evacuation orders are still in effect. so far no homes or buildings have burned. there are at least two wildfires burning in kern county. the latest started yesterday afternoon in the bear valley springs area. that fire has burned 1800-acres and is threatening about 100 homes. some people in the area have been told to evacuate. right now the fire has zero containment. the other wildfire has burped more than 48,000 acres. that is now about 85% contained. firefighters worked to put out a grass fire last night along interstate 680. that started shortly before 7:00. firefighters say it burned about 13 acres. no one was hurt. the threat of wildfires could remain high across the state through august. fore the answer of a significant fire is -- the chance for a significant fire
is high because of a drought. the fire is expected to go down in september. we're learning more about the victim of this week's unprovoked stabbing attack inside a santa rosa movie theater. pictures of adam lacero. according to the paper he had just graduated from cal poly with a business degree and had aset up for later this month. the attack apparently happened after he got out of the bathroom. his alleged attacker, 23-year- old delonte hart reportedly followed him into the bathroom and back into the theater, sitting right mind him and later stabbed him multiple times. >> he said i punched the guy. i fought back. and i think that was what saved his life. i think by him fighting back it wasn't an easy attack any more and the guy just took off and left. >> hart made his first court appearance yesterday but did not enter a plea. police are trying to determine
if hart is also responsible for a deadly stabbing on monday sals in santa rosa. police say hart is homeless and had recently moved to the bay area from baltimore. meanwhile lucero's family reports he remains heavily sedated after several lengthy surgeries. they have set up a go fund me page. we have a link to that under the web links tab at our website at ktvu.com. governor jerry brown signed six gun control measures but he vetoed five others. bills that will become law include background checks for ammunition sales and a requirement that people turn in high capacity magazines. yesterday he also approved a ban on new guns with so-called bullet buttons that allow ammunition magazines to be quickly switched out. he vetoed a requirement to register home made guns. there are mixed signals about the warriors meeting with super star kevin durant in the hamptons yesterday.
the warriors talked to him for about three hours yesterday. the first day of the nba free agency. one reporter says the meeting went well but another says durant was noncommittal and the warriors could not get a good read on his intentions. it's expected he'll likely return to his team the oklahoma city thunder in a short term deal but he is talking to other teams. not only the warriors but the clippers and spurs as well. now the warriors group that met durant included steph curry, klay thompson, dray green and andre iguodala. one fan asked it was about durant and whether iggy went golfing. the sharks are going on a shopping spree too in hopes of reaching the stanley cup finals again and winning the next time around. the sharks spent nearly $25 million on the first day of
free agency. they signed a speedy forward and a skilled puck handling defenseman. your time now 8:40. affordable housing for people who might otherwise be on the street. >> our families were outside. they were under bridges. they were in had doorways. they were sleeping in their cars. >> coming up a unique partnership that could be a model for the bay area. up next we'll go live to the marin county fair. what you can expect at this year's event as they mark their 75th celebration. stay with us. stay with us. crystal geyser alpine spring water from here to there ♪ to you crystal geyser. always bottled at the mountain source.
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homelessness in the bay area. it is a partnership called the sf homeless project. >> this morning we discovered a unique solution to the challenge of creating affordable housing. up north to seattle to see how a public-private partnership is helping people who might otherwise be out on the street. >> reporter: in seattle where flying salmon, the space needle and puget sound are staples, something else is becoming a mixture on the landscape. the homeless. we found frank parker jr. strumming chords for spare coins. >> there's a lot of homeless people i've noticed. portland, there's a lot of homeless people in portland. there's a lot of homeless people everywhere, really. it doesn't matter where you go. this world is full of homeless people. it's just one of them things.
>> reporter: the emerald city's shine has been tinged by encampments of people. similar to the bay area it's a problem partially fueled by the tech boom. university of washington assistant public policy professor. >> homelessness has been on the rise, we now have been declared a state of emergency and over the past few years the homelessness rates have just been increasing in a disturbing fashion. >> seattle, much like the san francisco bay area is almost a victim of its own success, but here the high-tech boom has brought in companies looking for a cheaper place to set up shop than back in the bay area. that's led to expansion with well paid workers and one poignant, unintended consequence. adding to the role of the homeless. city stats show 2015, worse than 2014 and this year sees a 19% increase over last year. >> our families were outside, they were under brim bridges,
they were in doorways. >> reporter: all of that changed weeks ago when amazon partnered with the city to create this stopgap solution. the online retailer donated the use of one of its brick and mortar buildings. the former travel lodge hotel on 8th avenue has a date with a wrecking ball a year from now to make way for amazon's office expansion. until then it's home to a 63 room shelter run by mary's place. homeless people and their pets can stay during the evenings and weekends instead of sleeping on street. barry jackson moved in after the death of his spouse and health problems. he's been living in one of the rooms with his sassy 6-year-old daughter mariah. and his 17-month-old son joey. >> how much of a god send is this place to you? >> you've got to be joking. this is a true god send. to be able to come daily and
have a clean, safe place for my little family and myself. >> reporter: hartman says 200 people use the shelter, in addition to the play room there's a laundry facility, a kitchen for breakfast and dinner during the week and a wish list room where amazon shoppers can donate supplies. many of the guests do lighthouse keeping chores to earn points that can be redeemed at the wish list room. her family went from apartment living to homelessness after all four were severely sickened with the flu one weekend. her husband's battle nearly cost him his life. >> by the time he got out of the emergency room at the icu the job was gone so no money, no job, no housing. >> this is keeping your family together. it's keeping them safe. it's keeping them warm. it's keeping them alive and it's bringing hope. >> reporter: this shelter is living on borrowed time. next spring demolition will mandate a move to perhaps another vacant building in the area. it's not a permanent solution
but experts believe this type of corporate-public partnership can be a template for change. >> it's helpful as long as there are people who would rather -- who think that's their best option. >> reporter: barry jackson is a parking and salesman who hopes to have a new job and a new home in the next two months. have come up with an energy drink and plan to leave mary's place soon. all of them say this temporary shelter and creative use of old space saved them from becoming fixtures on the streets. on assignment in seattle, jesse gary, ktvu, fox news. >> you can find more information on the san francisco homeless project. there's a list of online resources if you or someone you know is homeless. we have the big holiday weekend coming up. rosemary says if you don't like the weather in your town just drive a few miles.
>> sums it up. cool at the coast. mild to warm inland. we have warm to hot for areas like ant york and livermore. upper 60s. bearable for this time of year. as we get into the bay area forecast. a live look at san francisco. low clouds there on the backside. along the west coast you'll find areas of low clouds hugging the coast the entire day for the north bay. down through san francisco, in through monoterrae. plan on that. if you take a look from up above. inside the bay with mostly sunny skies for most of the day. iland communities. temperatures continuing to cool off some. low clouds beginning to pull
back, i should say. afternoon numbers are going to feel pretty good for most. it has to do with the marine layer deepening some and the on shore breeze strengthening. it's been some time since we've seen the winds that strong. 61 in fairfield. 62 in livermore. around the bay we have 50s and 60s. 56 to start your morning in san francisco. 60 degrees in oakland. to the north bay, we have 56 in santa rosa. 60 degrees at this time. afternoon highs for today, mostly cloudy, low 60s excted. upper 60s to upper 70s around the bay. 73 for san mateo. 69 for oakland. we go inland. temperatures that reach into the low 90s will reach into the upper 80s. 87 in livermore. 85 for concord. upper 70s to low 80s expected
for you there. napa, sonoma, santa rosa. upper 70s, low 80s expected as we get through today, sunday and monday. thunderstorms in the forecast yesterday. no longer the case for your weekend. mostly dry. could be gusty at times. dry conditions expected for tahoe. the extended forecast here, not a lot of change as we get into the back end of your weekend. as we get into monday. slightly warmer for some. morning clouds and fog going to be with us. low clouds at the coast. not going to change a whole lot either. we may see the possibility of low clouds impacting the 4th of july fireworks. >> so head east. >> head east. >> it's great fair weather though. >> it really is. san rafel, the weather is perfect. going to be warm in alameda county. not bad at all considering. >> sounds great. >> good segue.
>> thank you. the 75th marin county fair is underway this weekend. it kicked off on thursday. it features more than 800 categories. >> right now we'll take you live to san rafel. an overview of this year's fair. how are you? >> i'm great. it's a beautiful day. >> tell us all about the fair. why should our viewers go up to san rafel and take part? >> okay. other than the beautiful weather and the amazing views, this is our 75th fair which is pretty amazing in and of itself. we celebrate community, art, agriculture and the environment at our fair and our theme this year is what a ride. >> what a ride. that sounds awesome. it seems overwhelming. you have so many choices of what you can do when you're up there between the entertainment, food, rides,
exhibits. give us your best insiders take on how to make sure u really get the flavor of the marin county fair. >> we have one of the best fine arts exhibits of any fair in the western states. it is an exhibit of over 800 photographs, sculptures, paintings by some of the best artists in our community. it cannot be missed in the exhibit hall, over 1400 entrants in our competitive exhibit. everything from baking, beautifully designed cakes to all of our communities artwork. so poetry and writing and paintings by our young children in this community. we have our agricultural area. there are pig races which are definitely a highlight. >> i saw someone post on facebook -- really quickly, pig race and they said bucket list, check it off. >> got to do it.
>> awesome. >> didn't mean to interrupt you. when you said that i smiled. >> talk about what's your favorite fair food and you've got some great entertainment. plain white t's are playing. you have foreigner. they can still bring it and they're playing on the 4th of july. >> sheila e. coming. >> yes. so sheila e. is tonight. it's going to be an amazing show. one thing i want your viewers to know is we are a one price admission. once you come through the gate everything is free. the entertainment is free. including the headliners. 28 carnival rides are free. so that's really important message. it's very unique in our industry to have that kind of ticket structure. >> yes, it is. it is. we have to go right now. we will check back in on the fair in just a little bit. we appreciate all the insider knowledge on how to get through the fair and enjoy it. it looks gorgeous.
>> it is. absolutely gorgeous. thank you. >> all right. thank you so much. run down of the fair in case you're headed out there. it runs until july 4th. open from 11:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. every day. >> admission at the gates. $20 for adults. $15 for kids and the seniors and children under 4 are free. if you buy online you can save a couple bucks. >> good information there. all that is on our website. there it is on your screen as well. go to our web links tab and that info is there. >> might need a coat too. new video shows a dangerous high speed chase in texas with speeds reaching close to 120 miles per hour. why police were so surprised when they caught up with who was behind the wheel coming your way. ay.
to fill jobs in sectors including dairy processing. they are offering salaries near $165,000. the mayor says the youth unemployment there is 2. not 2%. but 2 young people. two of them. anyone who wants work guaranteed a job. >> road trip. a 12-year-old girl in texas is in big trouble with the law after police say she took her grandmother's car for a joyride with her 7-year-old sister in the backseat. the whole thing caught on dash cam video. the chase started after the grandmother called 911 to report the girls and the car were both missing. police say the young girl hit several parked cars and she drove the wrong way at speeds close to 120 miles per hour. nobody was injured. the chase ended when onstar disabled the car. the 12-year-old could be charged we saiding police and
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a water main break and a sink hole in pleasant hill. now there are questions about how it could affect this weekend's holiday parade. a 10 hour standoff at a restaurant in bangladesh is finally over. the new information about the horrific ordeal that left 20 people dead and the local connection with one of the victims. ♪ >> that's a beautiful shot looking at the bay bridge on this saturday morning. >> cleared up nicely. >> still gray outside our windows a little bit. >> 20 minutes ago there was a big, big bunch of fog clouds over there. that if you don't like the weather just wait. >> rosemary is working on it for you. it is saturday, julynd. i'm claudine wong. >> i guess those big fans you
put top of the tv station work. >> it worked. >> we're not worthy. >> we do have some good weather coming our way. at least away from the coastline. everybody likes it a little different. i realize this. it's tough for me to make the call for you. let me just tell you what's going on. over the bay we do have these clouds clearing. our temperatures are rising. around the bay it's going to be mild to warm. at the coast it's going to be cloudy and cool. santa rosa at 60 degrees. 56 in san francisco. low 60s in oakland. upper 60s in livermore and 64 san jose. temperatures are moving in the upward direction. into the afternoon, we have a minor drop in temperatures today. some spots hit the low 90s yesterday. today we'll have the 80s. you come closer to the bay and we're a tad cooler as well. 69 for oakland. 76 in mountain view. gorgeous for many spots.
along the coast if you're hoping for sunshine and warm weather, not going to happen. pacifica is looking at 61. santa cruz, 71 for today. we remain steady with this comfortable weather. a look at that coming up. >> thank you. we're following some breaking news of a bay area connection to that deadly hostage standoff in bangladesh. government officials say an 18- year-old cal student was killed in the attack. she was reportedly an economic student who was of indian descent visiting her father in bangladesh. they did rescue 13 of the captives. we just received new video of someone living near the restaurant who recorded the
sound of the police raid. >> all of a sudden -- volley of gunshots. aggression of holey bakery. whoa. >> survivors say the militants tortured and hacked anyone who could not recite the qaran. isis says it targeted foreigners. emory university in atlanta says two of its students were long monk the victims. were among the victims. >> moments ago the white house announced that one american citizen was killed in the attack but did not identify that person. the white house released a statement which reads in part the united states condemns in the strongest terms the horrific terrorist attack in dhaka bangladesh. breaking news near detroit, michigan. this is a natural gas
explosion. the city is under evacuation. people have posted pictures of the fiery blast on social media. 3000 residents had to be forced from are their homes. about four hours ago a car crashed into a fence. two buildings caught fire. so far the only person injured in all of this was the driver who was rushed to a local hospital. developing news -- workers are working to repair a water main break. >> that opened a huge sink hole on contra costa boulevard. christien kafton is there to show us the repairs are well underway. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. you can see the sink hole here developed overnight. we just got a warning from the pg&e personnel asking us to step back. we can show you video of what the scene looked like last night. this began around 9:00 last night with thousands of gallons of water pouring out of the
street and into nearby businesses. a lot of concern about some of those businesses. dan phan joining us live. dan was here earlier this morning. really overnight. the big question that we've been featuring all morning long is that your business is one of the ones affect. you worked really hard last night to make sure your customers items were safe. >> i try. i got a call from the police department just about 11:30 and when i came down here this whole place was underwater. i actually climbed on the lamp post and could see reflection on the floor. finally managed to get over with the help of some of the workers and i went in there and everything that belongs to clients they're all safe. i left about 2:00 in the morning.
>> yeah, tell me about your night. you were here and you said that you started working and you were actually working to get peoples items to safety. >> right, right, right, right. not that they were underwater or anything because the store itself the way that i have things done i have sitting on the floor or different parts of the store and most things are in boxes or tubes, elevated from the floor. >> really we've been talking before we started talking on tv. i was talking with you before and we were talking about how you're really preserving peoples memories. it was a really important job you had to make sure the items were safe. >> that's paramount. my feeling is if they trust me with their stuff i need to care for it. >> all righty. dan, thank you so much for your work. you were here late last night. thank you for joining us again. he was here till 2:00 in the morning making sure that peoples items were safe. there's a nearby motel that was affected as well. they had a very, very long
night trying to keep the water and mud out of the hotel. now as you can see the hole still open here on contra costa boulevard and the question is how is this going to affect the 4th of july holiday parade. that parade set to get underway on monday morning. that route does take the parade right along contra costa boulevard. that's one of the issues we're trying to determine exactly how this is going to affect that parade. we've talked with some of the contra costa county water district people. we've talked with pg&e workers. they have not been able to communicate with the city to figure out how this is going to impact that parade. we'll work on that to figure out what impact this is going to have. not just for today and tomorrow and through the holiday weekend but possibly for the days to come because this is a major thoroughfare. >> i was going to say, not just the parade. it may take a few days, maybe even a week to get that completely repaired. >> thanks for the update. croups are also working to restore water service to hundreds of people in the
berkeley hills this morning. the outage follows a water main break there. homes in the area have been without water ever since. now 650 homes and businesses are without water as a result of the break. the steel pipeline is located in a steep area that's been difficult to get to. the pipe is 63 years old. once service is restored east bay mud is warning customers they may get cloudy or discolored water. people should run their faucets for one to three minutes until that water is clear. more fallout from a sex scandal that rocked east bay law enforcement agencies. youth advocates want two officers removed from richmond schools. they're accused of having sex with an 18-year-old prostitute. that woman claims to have had sex with officers when she was underway. a livermore officer pending an investigation to determine her
age. after two years of decline the number of violent crimes in california rose last year. that came late yesterday from the state attorney general. the overall crime rate remains the lowest it's been in decades but violent crimes did see a modest up tick in 2015. overall violent crime was up some 10% statewide. homicides up by 10% as well. assaults with firearms went up 16%. property crimes up 8%. several other u.s. cities are seeing a similar trend. happening now, the freemont and south hayward bart stations are closed for track maintenance. that could cause some delays for those trying to get around between now and the 4th. want to talk more about the closures and how you can get around them, we have bart communications officer taylor huckabee on the phone. good morning. >> good morning. how are you? >> i'm good. how are you? >> i'm doing well. we have track closures that
have been happening around the system this holiday weekend we have track closures between south hayward. we are providing a free bus service to get people where they need to go this holiday weekend. if you need to go -- sorry, go ahead. >> you pick these weekends on purpose though. no one likes to be necessarily inconvenienced and i think they prefer the trains over the buses but it's 4th of july a little quieter that allows you to do this? >> yeah. we're pretty intentional with the -- we're very intentional with the weekends we choose to do these closures. it's critical maintenance work and nobody likes to have to take a bus to where they need to go. everybody would much prefer bart but we have to get the work done in order to get fully prepared for the arrival of new train cars. >> let's talk about those new train cars. we have pictures of them. people excited about that. tell me about the train cars. >> the new train cars are set
to arrive. the first production batch set to arrive mid next year. we're getting our test train car. we had the first one of those arrive in march and so we're testing those down at that hayward test track down there but there's also the maintenance facility -- we're building it now in anticipation of our increased capacity with the new train cars. so that's what we're doing down there, as well as doing some repair work for power transmission lines that will allow us to get closer to opening the warm springs extension. >> so in terms of -- okay, all that's good news for in the future but just in the short term, free shuttles, delays 20 to 40 minutes. is that what people should expect? >> yes. just expect delays between 20 and 40 minutes. those buss are free as they have been elsewhere and whenever we've done weekend shutdowndowns. off south hayward to free month. >> and tuesday morning we're
back on track accident right? >> tuesday morning 4:00 a.m. for regular commuters. and then we'll be doing this the weekend of july 15th, 16th and 17th. >> good to know. we appreciate you talking with us this morning. keeping us appraised of all the stuff happening on the tracks. so excited for the new car. >> new cars. they look fabulous. >> they do. they do. they should change the ride for folks so just got to go through some of these weekends -- >> it's the right weekend. a lot of people off monday. right weekend to do it. serious lightning dangers. what the national park service is now saying about this weekend's independence day celebrations. six bay area cities crash and burn about the worst drivers in america. which local city is the worst and why we still have something to be proud of.
♪ 4th of july holiday weekend upon us. giving you a view there of san francisco. mostly sunny skies. 64 degrees with a beautiful afternoon coming your way into the south bay. i'll have a look at your numbers for today. i'm tracking a bit of a -- well, a cooldown but not much. at least not for most of us. i'll have a look at those numbers coming up. >> all right.
thanks. well if the fireworks started early in the nation's capital thanks to mother nature. incredible photos and videos of this powerful lightning storm near washington, d.c. more rain and thunderstorms are forecast through the weekend and on 4th of july. in fact, the famous fireworks show could actually be postponed. the national park service says that will only happen though in in case of heavy rain, thunderstorms or high winds. and new this morning investigators in egypt say they will be able to access cockpit voice recorders from the egyptair flight that crashed in may. the memory chips are still intact. they plan to bring the black boxes back. the plane's flight data recorder showed there was smoke on board at the time. millions of drivers expected on california's roads over the holiday weekend, especially since low gas prices are making travel a little less
expensive. chp will be working to keep the roads safe with their maximum enforcement effort. dui check points are set up. police say as always if you plan on drinking use commercial options like taxis or ride sharing or use a designated driver or public transportation. bay area apparently filled with horrible drivers. that's according to a new driving report by all state insurance. in a ranking of 200 major u.s. stipes, six of our largest landed in the bottom 25%. freemont at 161. san jose at 174. hayward at 173. oakland, 186. san francisco, the worst. coming in at 191. if you've ever been on market street you know why. the frequency of property damage of all state insured drivers from 2013-14. we did at least beat l.a. they landed at 193 out of 200.
the very worst is the city of boston and having lived there for over 20 years i would agree. >> at least we're not the bottom of the list. >> it's like a war out there. >> pretty close. all right, well on a lighter note the weather looks good. >> it does. looks great. >> no excuses for bad driving for weather today. >> no, we do have the low clouds and a bit of fog but not impairing the drive. at least the visibility. we're in good shape as you get out the door, mostly sunny skies. a live look from san francisco towards the east where we have low cloud cover there. looks like right up against the hills. we'll remain gray for today. temperatures at half moon bay, 54 degrees. overcast skies. 58 in san francisco. partly cloudy. we get into the east bay where the clouds are clearing. 62 in oakland. upper 60s in concord and livermore. the folks who started out with
sunshine feeling the warmth already. a nice, mild one to start your day. 60 degrees in napa. 60 in santa rosa. here's a look at where the clouds still do remain. along the coast, mostly cloudy. seeing just a little bit of clearing there near half moon bay. we have still right in areas like sausalito. this will continue to pull back as we get through the second part of ur morning. by lunchtime away from the coastline, mostly sunny skies. a view at the winds. the on shore breeze has turned on more. we're feeling it through the delta 31 gusting. so that's an indication after little bit of cooler weather coming our way. we'll remain cool at the coast. not a lot of change. inland communities continue to see a drop in the temperatures. low 90s yesterday to mid to upper 80s for your afternoon high today. future cast model here. i want to show you as you get into the afternoon and second part of the day. clouds come back. we'll watch them peel back to
the coastline by about noontime. by 6:00, 7:00, even before sunset it wants to move back across the east bay. if you're going to see the a's play later today, could be partly cloudy, turning mostly cloudy early on. mostly cloudy, 61 in pacifica. 63 in san francisco. low 70s in hayward. inland, warm to toasty. 85 for concord. into the south bay, 79 san jose. a lot going on around town. we have the jazz festival going on. we have a lot of festivities for the holiday going on as well. parades and fireworks on the way. the pattern not going to change. temperatures don't budge a whole lot. clouds and fog continue to be with us. we'll be tracking the possibility of fog impacting our fireworks show. along the coast and in san francisco as well. we'll have to perhaps wait until monday to be able to dial
that in. >> pretty clouds come 4th of july. >> very colorful. all right. the tenth edition of opera in the ballpark kicks off this weekend as the san francisco opera offers folks a chance to sit under the stars and catch a free show. carmen the story of love, lust and murder will be simulcast at at&t park at 7:30 tonight. this marks the 14th free simulcast and the tenth at at&t park. last year's opera at the ballpark drew in more than 30,000 people. >> good size crowd. about a dozen wildfires are raging across the state right now. the progress cal fire is making on the biggest blaze and just how long they say fire season could last this year. ar. and then more on opera in
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san francisco police have arrested two men on suspicion of robbing a jewelry store. officers on patrol recognized the men from this surveillance video. 24-year-old andras garrett and cara liu fell pits are accused of stealing $500,000 worth of gold chains and bracelets. police say they were able to recover some of the stolen goods. the men are facing burglary, theft and firearms charges. san mateo county sheriff is retiring after ten years on the job. greg monks announced his retirement yesterday. he has been in law enforcement since 1977. he says hiss decision to retire -- his decision to retire is due to an on going health issue. a german tourist fell off a cliff and died while posing for a photo in had peru.
oliver park walked off into a restricted area despite warning signs to stay away from the edge of the cliff. witnesses say he asked another tourist to take his photo and somehow fell 130 feet to his death. there are some reports that say he lost his footing while other reports say he fell after jumping into the air for that photo. another department is under fire caught in the sex scandal that's hit several bay area police agencies. up next details on the two school resource officers in the east bay who are now being investigated. ed. we are still continuing our coverage of the water main break in pleasant hill. we'll tell you the very latest on how this may have happened.
made its way over to the golden gate bridge. that is still a beautiful shot. >> i don't know if that's a heat wave. >> it's going to be a cool down. >> it was cold this morning actually walking into the studio. >> it's cold in here. the ac is blowing. , by the way. by the way we're complaining on this saturday, july 2nd. good morning to you. thanks for joining us on
mornings on 2. let's talk about pleasant weather. >> we have a big holiday coming up. >> giving you a live look. wow, it is definitely more pleasant than where we were just a few days ago. assuming that that hot, hot weather was not your cup of tea we are looking at temperatures in the mid to upper 80s for our inland communities today. around the bay it's going to be mild. a lot of 70s out there upper 60s for the east bay shoreline. to the coastline, folks wanting to head to the beach for some warm, summer fun, not happening this weekend. we'll continue with the clouds up along the coastline. 61 pacifica today. 87 expected in livermore. that's what's great about the bay area. you don't have to go far to catch the temperature that you like. >> okay. we thank you for that. new information about this morning's top story. a cal student killed in last night's attack at the
bangladesh restaurant. india's foreign miles per hour store says tarushi jane was on break from berkeley at the time. she was visiting her father who had been running a garment business in bangladesh. isis militants took over the restaurant and tested the hostages -- those who could recite verses from the qaran were allowed to live. in all 20 hostages were killed. two officers died during a gun battle with those militants. evacuations remain in place in the detroit suburb of melvindale michigan. that follows a natural gas line explosion. our sister station in detroit did fly over the scene this morning. a car went through the fence of a power company. slammed into the aboveground gas main. the crash triggered a loud explosion and a huge fire ball. about 3000 residents have been
evacuated. >> youth advocates demanding the police department remove two police officers implicated in a widening sex scandal that involves dozens of police officers and deputies and several east bay law enforcement agencies. a livermore officer on administrative leave as the department looks into whether he had sex with an underage prostitute. we're following developing news in pleasant hill. there's a major road shut down this morning. a large sink hole sitting there. >> opened up about 9:00 last night on contra costa boulevard near gregory lane. christien kafton has been there all morning to talk about how long that closure could last and how the progress is on trying to get it all fixed. good morning. >> yeah. good morning, guys. take a look. you can see a lot of work and crews hard at work right now from pgm.e, contra costa water district trying to repair the sink hole and water main break as quickly as possible. jennifer allen joining us from the contra costa water district. if we can talk for a moment about what seems to have
happened here. what has your investigation yielded so far about what happened last night? >> late last night we got reports of a leak on contra costa boulevard so crews came out and in the wee hours last night they found a 12-inch pipe that had broken and so they've been working since the early morning to get that pipe excavated and to start repairs. >> any idea on the timeline for that repair? it's a big job. i know you're just now getting to it. is there even an estimation on how long this might take? >> they'll have to replace about ten feet of pipe and then they'll have to go through and repave and fill the hole. all doing that at the same time with other gas lines and other utilities in the area so they're not disturbing those as well. so we're anticipating construction is going to go at least through today, probably into tomorrow. i don't have an exact estimate at this time. >> customers affected at this time, some who are without water. >> correct. primarily businesses in the
area. we're working with them in order to if we can top line them to get them service we will. otherwise they might be out of water for a bit of time. >> one of the last big questions is that holiday parade the 4th of july parade. the route has it coming down contra costa boulevard. are you in communication with pleasant hill to figure out how this might affect that parade. >> absolutely. we're working closely with the city to figure out what may be impacted for the parade on monday. hopefully we'll have the paving done but we're working closely with them to get notification out. >> thank you for joining us this morning. so there you have it. at least through today, possibly into tomorrow. still looking at the possible impact this could have on that 4th of july parade. but, again, you can see a lot of work going on right now by the contra costa water district workers as well as pg&e crews. there are some businesses in the area that don't have power. trying to determine exactly how that happened, whether the
power was shut down intentionally to make sure there was no danger to anybody in the area, weather the water impacted the power. a lot of questions and work to go until we can get this road back open again. >> i know that's a busy road, are you seeing any kind of back ups on the side streets or anyone trying to -- struggling to get around it from your vantage point? >> you know, jennifer had a really good point. she said might be as unfortunate as this is it might be fortunate this was a holiday weekend. seems like there's been relatively light traffic. the biggest impact we've seen is that we have seen that that power outage is affecting a traffic light in the area. we have seen a couple of near accidents as vehicles have approached this traffic light not knowing that the power was out. we have seen a couple of sudden stops at the last minute. >> take it slow out there. christien kafton, thanks. developing this morning about a dozen wildfires are
burning across the state. check out this map. fires burned a total of more than 60,000 acres. thousands of firefighters are working to put the fires out. one of the most stubborn fires is in the el dorado national forest. that fire has burned more than 3200 acres. it started on tuesday and right now it is only about 12% contained. some evacuation orders are still in effect. so far no homes or buildings have burned. there are at least two fires burning in kern county. some people have been told to evacuate. right now that fire has zero containment. the other wildfire has burned more than 48,000 acres. that fire is now about 85% contained. firefighters work to put -- you can see a lot of smoke
coming from that one. it started shortly before 7:00. firefighters say it burned about 13 acres. fortunately no one was hurt. >> the threat of wildfires could remain high through august. summer rains may not be as consistent as usual this year. the chance of a significant fire is also high because of the drought as well as dried grass and trees. the high fire risk is expected to go down in september. new on this saturday morning we're learning more about the victim of this unprovoked stabbing attack. some new pictures of 21-year- old adam lucero. according to the paper he had just graduated from cal poly san luis abisbo with a business degree. the paper reports the attack apparently happened after he got up to use the restroom. his alleged attacker reportedly followed him into the bathroom and then back into the theater, sitting right behind him and then later stabbed him multiple
times. lucero's brother telling ktvu why he believes his brother is still alive. >> he said i punched the guy. i fought back. i think that was what saved his life. i think by him fighting back it wasn't an easy attack any more and the guy just took off and left. >> police are trying to determine if hart is also responsible for a deadly stabbing on monday also in santa rosa. hart is homeless and had recently moved to the bay area from baltimore. meanwhile lucero's family reports he remains heavily sedated. they have set up a go fund me page to help cover medical expenses. we have a link to that page under the web links tab at our website. governor jerry brown signed six gun control measures but he vetoed five others. bills that will become law include background checks for ammunition sales and a requirement that people turn in high capacity magazines.
yesterday he also approved a ban on new guns with so-called bullet buttons that allow ammunition magazines will be quickly switched out. on the other hand the governor vetoed a requirement to register home made guns and to report lost or stolen weapons to authorities. it's the 4th of july weekend. you're still trying to figure out what to cook? how about getting your kids involved. we have healthy and easy ideas for you coming up next. and we're also live at the marin county fair. a look at fun you can have this weekend and what makes it the healthier fair on earth.
challenge for parents. one organization has a solution. get them involved. use it as a teaching opportunity. joining us with how to game plan. bay leaf kitchen and two of the nonprofit students. we have sage and andrew. hi, guys. >> thanks for coming in. let's get right to it. you have a yummy dish. >> we do. we do. thanks for having us. today we'll be preparing for you a strawberry crisp. you can make crisps all year round. today we'll be making them with fresh strawberries from eat well farm. we picked these from the field yesterday. we always recommend basing your crisp ingredients off of what's in season. go to your farmers market. whatever you want to make them with. >> what a great idea to get the kids involved too. do you like to cook? >> i really love to cook. >> you do? have you made the crisp before? >> no, but something similar to it. >> perfect. >> let's get to step one. who is going to start this off. >> andrew is going to start here. he's going to show you proper
knife technique. we use these knives. they're safe to use with your children in the kitchen. andrew is going to show us how to cut up these strawberries and he'll keep cutting over there. >> tell us what your group does. >> we are a nonprofit organization in san francisco that provides cooking classes and food education for kids. we do cooking classes but our focus is on local and sustainable ingredients. we're trying to get kids excited about eating healthy. >> you have safety knives over there. that's good for frank. just teasing. >> good point. >> but i think is it -- is there a key to the easy recipes initially? like something doable, quick. not too many steps? >> we believe kids can cook anything they want to cook. i think if you give them the right tools and encouragement in the kitchen they're capable of creating any kind of recipe that they would like. >> so important to start early because you want to be a good cook down the road we all have
to eat and i know my mother got us involved making cookies and doing that stuff. >> great. exactly. we want them making cookies and also squash soup or seasonal crisp of some sort. so these kids start early. we run summer programs all summer which is a great way to get your kid excited about a week long crooking program. we have a sum sessions still open. anybody out there who has kids who might want to come cook with us. >> what is the key to a good crisp? >> yes, maybe take us through the next step. >> good ingredients. she's going to mix together flour with some cubed butter. you can either use all purpose flour or we've divided it in two and we're using an heirloom wheat flour. she's going to get her clean hands in there. you don't even need a table top
mixer. she's going to start mixing there. i'll put the bowl forward. >> then what else do we have? >> brown sugar and i'll spring that'll in for you. is that okay? >> yeah. >> just going to sprinkle that in. >> we have to do the accelerated tv time cooking. >> at the end as this is all mixed together we'll sprinkle in our oats and these are slow oats. >> okay. that sounds perfect. is there anything you can do wrong? i'm terrible. anything you would not want to do to mess this up? >> can you think of anything you can do wrong? >> it's an easy recipe. >> perfect for me. >> indeed. >> and we have a finished crisp here. this is what it's going to look like. >> we'll never say no to that. >> looks amazing.
>> you can take a mason jar. vanilla, sugar and heavy whipping crime in and shake up until it's done and here we are with our finished whipped cream. >> even -- >> that looks awesome as we are wrapping this up we want to tell you that you can get more information on this recipe by just logging on to our website. all you have to do is click on the web links tab. that looks awesome. >> best part about this? >> you get to eat it. >> that's right. good answer. >> thanks so much for joining us. we promise that we will save you a piece. >> man i was hoping that would be the case. all right. i'll see you shortly. let's talk about the weather. the clouds are clearing from the bay. we'll be mostly sunny away from the coastline. a bit of a drop in temperatures coming. earlier in the week we topped
out in the upper 90s near 100 degrees. today upper 80s in the forecast for some of our warmer locations. at the coast we've been relatively cloudy and cool and we'll stay that way. 54 degrees at half moon bay. looking at 60 degrees outside your door, san francisco. low 60s in oakland. 71 in walnut creek. mostly sunny for the inner east bay. temperatures are responding appropriately; right? temperatures are up. we have a little bit of clearing here along the coastline. for the most part the low clouds will be sticking close. little stronger. fairfield gusting to 31 miles per hour. the strongest we have seen that on shore breeze through fairfield in the last several days. cool at the coast. mild around the bay. warm inland. that will be the call for today. tomorrow looks to be very similar. 79 degrees for sonoma this afternoon. 77 in san rafel. upper 60s for sausalito.
67 in alameda. 69 for oakland. mid80s around concord. low 90s is where we topped out yesterday. we're going to, again, shave a few edition off of the afternoon highs for today. 79 san jose. 78 for cupertino. it's hard to find a place along the coast that's warm today. 62 in daley city. partly to mostly cloudy skies. 63 in san francisco. if you're going out to fillmore jazz fest. cool, breezy. partly cloudy, turning mostly cloudy for san francisco and the east bay shoreline as we get a little bit closer to the evening hours right about 7:00. 7:00 the a's will be hosting the pirates. 63 degrees with a westerly breeze. partly cloudy turning mostly cloudy. a little bit cool. not a lot of change into the
holiday weekend. partly cloudy. tad bit warmer for your 4th of july. cooling as we get past that tuesday into wednesday. low clouds and fog close to the coast. we'll be tracking this for you. a lot of folks thinking about fireworks on monday evening. >> you missed out on the strawberry crisp. the kids did a great job. >> you saved me one; right? >> we could barely get them back to the desk. >> it's delicious. let's talk about the marin county fair. there is food there as well. this is the 75th year. it kicked off on thursday with a big lineup of food. 13,000 exhibits. >> we'll take you live to san rafel to talk to the pig race announcer emily owens. are you there? >> i'm here. how are you doing? >> that's a favorite the pig races. i've heard a lot about them. tell us about it.
>> definitely a favorite. we're the great american entertainment company. this is our third year here at the marin county fair with our pig races and it's definitely been a big, big favorite for people. i haven't had one show that there was seating left. it's always standing room only if you get here too late. it's a crowd favorite. >> they're so cute. i don't know what can go wrong with it. what's the strategy? how far do they have to go? what makes the winning pig? >> the fastest. >> well strategy. getting the piggies to the finish line is the easy part. they know they're getting that yummy cookie at the end. there's more incentive there for somebody to get there first. if you're last you do not get
cookie. >> can you tell us about that pig in your arms? he's shaking a little bit. >> this is kim car crashion. her real name is pixie. she has a lot to say about being held. pigs are not the biggest fans of being picked up. she's doing a really good job. she's being such a trooper right now. >> how big will pixie get? >> how big will she get? about 50 or 60 pounds. she's a baby pot belly pig. we breed micropot bellies. >> how do you become a pig race announcer? >> well, when i first started with great american entertainment company in 2006 -- so it's been a while now. i worked at our farm in oregon which is where we're from. when i graduated in 2008 i had done theater and choir and all
sorts of other thin like that and i was just kind of offered the position of announcing our other animal race called gas car where we have multispecies animal races. let's do pig racing too. it just kind of all went from there. i just have so much fun with it. it's fun to hang out with the kids and the adults love it too. it's not just the kids that love the pig races. i love seeing the adults cheering on the pigs too. >> absolutely. >> a lot of fun. thanks for joining us. we appreciate it. i'm sure you'll have big, big crowds at the american pig races -- [ overlapping speakers ] -- >> good luck pixie. >> good luck. >> thank you. >> bye. >> snorting away. she's getting motivated. getting ready. so information on your screen. it's not just pig races. you have the rides and you have the ag and so many other things
and then sheila e. tonight. >> foreigner. this weekend. >> this fair runs until july 4th. 11:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. daily. admission at the gate, $20 for adults. $15 for children and seniors. >> if you're under 4 you get in free. >> best price ever. >> bonus. >> if you'd like more information go to our website. it's all there. ktvu.com. web links tab. let's talk about this other story. it's video that shows a dangerous high speed chase in texas. got up to 120 miles per hour. but that's not the most unusual part of the story. >> the driver mind the wheel here, you will -- behind the wheel here. you'll never believe her age. we'll tell you that and more when we come back.
the head of the san francisco opera is stepping down after 10 years. general director david gockley is retiring at the end of the summer. he came to san francisco in 2006. gasia mikaelian sat down with him to talk about his legacy and how he got into the business. >> my glee club director said you might be able to sing opera. and i said oh boy, because i had just flunked physics. >> perfect timing. >> so that started me along the road. >> he wants his legacy to be the fact that everyone is
welcome at the san francisco opera. he says he wanted to shake up peoples perception of opera by bringing live simulcasts to at&t park. the tenth edition of opera in the ballpark kicks off this weekend. a 12-year-old girl in texas in big trouble with the law after police say she took her grandmother's car for a joyride and her 7-year-old sister was in the backseat. the chase started after the grandma called 911 to report my girls are missing and so is my car. police say the girl hit several parked cars. at one point she drove the wrong way at speeds close to 120 miles per hour. luckily nobody was injured. the chase ended when the onstar disabled the car. the 12-year-old will be charged with evading police. i imagine grandma had a thing or two to say as well. >> they were lucky they were not hurt or that other people were not hurt. so looking -- i know.
[ overlapping speakers ] it's a beautiful day out there. we have the sun. thank you. you delivered. >> we will be cloudy at the coast for today. mild around the bay. warm inland. temperatures continuing to fall. that's good news. >> and it's a holiday. >> it's all good anyway. >> yes. >> thanks for joying us this morning -- joining us this morning. we'll see you here tomorrow. >> take care, everybody.
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