tv KTVU Mornings Weekend Edition FOX July 3, 2016 7:00am-10:01am PDT
a major roadway shut down due to a single. fourth of july holiday crackdown on the roadways. one dui conviction could cost you. good morning to you. welcome to the mornings on 2, another great day on this sunday, july 1. a gloomy start. i am claudine wong. i have franc and rosemary here.>> you fixed it yesterday pretty well. >> i left town, i'm not sure what happened. i hope it all came true.>> today will be like yesterday. low clouds this morning and fog and mist and drizzle. a live
look at the san francisco area, temperatures similar to yesterday and in the afternoon, similar to how we ended up. 52 at half moon bay, 52 san francisco, upper 60s walnut creek, upper 60s san jose. for the afternoon, temperatures will be low 60s at the coast, pacifica 64. san francisco upper 60s to upper 70s. 79 san jose. 85 livermore, 88 antioch. partly cloudy skies and for everybody except for the cubs we will be cloudy there. i will have a look at the future cast model. when the clouds peel away. download the free ktvu weather app for the latest on conditions. find live radar and up-to-the- minute forecast. search for the ktvu in the app
store. police investigating the fatal shooting of two people in oakland. take a look at this map. a man and woman were killed late yesterday at an apartment complex on garth are boulevard near laurel avenue. witnesses heard gunshots and so i person running. no arrests were word of a motive. more fallout from the sex scandal involving east bay law enforcement agencies. two bridgman police officers have been reassigned to different positions. andre hill was the manager of the youth of special services division an officer gerard on was a resource officer. they are accused of having sex with an 18-year-old woman who described herself as a sex worker. the woman said she had sex with other officers and other departments which was under age. crews in pleasant hill are working to prepare a water main
that has caused a sinkhole. we should you the repair yesterday. these are photos of what it looks like this morning. the sinkhole opened up friday night on contra costa boulevard. it sent thousands of gallons of water pouring onto the street near the businesses. that contra costa district says they water line failed to meet the load in the road to be close the rest of the day. bay area law enforcement are out in force this weekend. you have been warned, there looking for drivers who have had too much to drink. the checkpoints were set up in several cities including one in cupertino. 500 cars packed through the checkpoint last night. officers made one arrest and issues half a dozen tickets. this holiday drunk driving crackdown will continue until early tuesday morning.>> every agency in the county is doing a saturation patrol. extra officers with the goal of
locating and arresting intoxicated drivers.>> here is one thing to keep in mind. the dmv says a dui conviction can cost as much as $45,000. if you take public transportation the fremont in south hayward bart stations are closed for maintenance. this could cause problems for people. it is providing free shuttles and regular service resumes tuesday morning. long holiday weekend is expected to be busy at airports around the country. this will be there busiest weekend of the entire summer. they predict 184,000 travelers will make their way to the airport during the fourth of july holiday and that is up 8% from last her. this period expected to start friday night. all fireworks
are banned around california. fines for violating restrictions can be very expensive. illegal fireworks, anything that she's in the air or explodes or spins on the ground, including bottle rockets and roman candles. some cities to allow the sale of fireworks that carry these safe and same label. there many families will not have their weekend entertainment. spurr you can buy those fireworks in dublin county in san mateo county. in santa clara county, gilroy is the city where fireworks are for sale. sonoma county, by fireworks at petaluma, rohnert park, and napa. they are illegal in saint alida, watsonville, and union city. safe and sane stanza dixon. all
fireworks are illegal to own or set off anywhere else. we will have an expert from the sheriff's office to show us the difference between legal and illegal. let's turn to international news. isis is claiming responsibility for one of the deadliest explosions in iraq this year. a powerful car bomb went off near a busy area in baghdad killing 79 people. injuring more than 130 others. isis issued a statement early today saying the bombing was targeting shiite muslims. this attack comes one week after forces declared victories in the ongoing battle. a man under arrest accusative plotting -- accused of plotting against the government. raheem khan facing terrorism and conspiracy to commit terrorism. details are sketchy as investigators rushed to seal
documents. there were reports that the case involved a plot against buildings in phoenix and tucson arizona attorney general said he had nothing to do with the fourth of july holiday. he made a brief court appearance yesterday and he is scheduled to return to court next friday. more about the men responsible for the deadly attack in bangladesh. the attackers are described as rich and educated. isis is responsible. >> reporter: the people of bangladesh are still reeling from the horrific attack in hostage situations at a busy cafi. isis is claiming responsibility and witnesses say the attackers spirit hostages who could recite verses from the quran. >> terrorist attacked civilians in a restaurant in our capital in the month of ramadan when muslims should be praying they
attack. this was barbaric and inhuman attack on secular bangladesh.>> the two students attending annemarie university were killed. one of them is a us citizen. indian national tarishi jain. the restaurant that was targeted is a popular spot for foreigners and wealthy bangladeshis, 35 hostages taken in the cafi on friday evening.>> there were sounds of firing. i thought it was entertainment. it was just crazy and panicky. >> 100 piece -- police stormed the building. six gunmen were killed and one arrested but by the time police intervened many hostages were already dead. the white house has released a statement condemning the attack calling it a despicable act of terrorism and offering assistance to the bangladesh authorities. bangladeshis prime minister is putting with us wamac people to stop killing in the name of
religion. >> islam is a peaceloving religion. don't try to pollute our pure religion. >> has seen a declared morning. all were bangladeshi citizens were among the attackers. one of the people killed in the bangladesh terrorist attack was a sophomore from uc berkeley. tarishi jain was a student involved with people around the world. leigh martinez has more. >> reporter: friends up tarishi jain said she said goodbye with a warm smile before they left campus for summer vacation. they didn't know they wouldn't see her or hear her smile again. she is an international student just finished a very successful in active freshman year at uc berkeley. she was intended economics major who was involved in student government and clubs
according to her friends. university of california at berkeley said she decided to spend her summer at an internship in bangladesh. on friday night she was in the holey artisan bakery 16 gunmen stormed in hostages. the standoff lasted 11 hours. she was one of 20 hostages killed in an isis terrorist attack. >> we saw an email this morning and as soon as i logged onto facebook there was a bunch of uc berkeley students posting and sharing stuff. >> news spread quickly in many of her friends were out of the country. a man who worked with her in the clothing business wrote, she was a person to get up and experience the sunrise. that is how i will remember her. i wish her family love in the face of great loss. students who didn't know her said her loss is felt across campus. >> we are conscious about what is happening there are a lot of things that are out of our
control and things that happen to such a brilliant student is set for us. >> jan's body will be brought back to her family in new delhi. >> the loss of a student is devastating and no doubt impact in the whole community. leigh martinez. we have learned that uc berkeley will hold a vigil for to recede jane and others who have lost their lives. it will be held tuesday, july 5. for more on the attack in the student killed, go to our website. when it comes to tackling homelessness, advocates have to address the issue of mental illness. one man telling his story. he is the presumptive nominee for president, donald trump is having trouble winning over suburban voters. why they could be considered a critical group.
think of for joining us on this sunday summertime morning. we have mostly sunny skies waking up over the east bay and you get closer to the bay, socked in by low clouds and fog once again. i will have a look at what to expect for the neighborhood today and into the holiday coming up. hillary clinton started her weekend by answering questions from the fbi. it is one of the final steps in the investigation of the former secretary of state. it focused on her use of a private server to send email involving official business.>> i have been answering questions now for over a year. i believe more than 55,000 pages of my emails were sent to
the public. i will continue to be as forthcoming as i can. >> donald trump reacted with a tweet saying it is impossible for the fbi not to recommend criminal charges against hillary clinton. but she did was wrong and stupid end of quote. republicans gearing up for the convention later this month in cleveland and there are reports that names in the party who say they will not attend. political analysts say donald trump seems to be struggling to win over voters in suburban america. political analysts say he didn't do well in suburban areas. that could be a problem for him in november because they could be an important group of swing voters. >> suburban voters want
confidence and competence. someone who will govern efficiency and not get us into wars and not create chaos. they live in an orderly world. >> part of it is sophistication. that donald trump speaks in language that many americans like but they are not suburbanites.>> trump to do well with moral and working- class voters and they say the severs is where many elections have been won and lost. time is putting touches on the biggest instrument of its kind. construction nearly completed on the world's largest radiotelescope. the telescope will be used to detect and collect signals from around the universe and uses more than 4400 triangular reflector panels to gather sounds that tell more. it is similar to one in puerto rico. 7:16 am. we have the estuary.>> we have work to do.>> we have to put in
the order with rosemary to get us some sunshine.>> folks already on the go. today a carbon copy of yesterday. we are with the clouds in the estuary and low clouds against the coastline. mostly sunny inland. that is how we like it. we will have sunny skies away from the coast into sunday afternoon and temperatures a lot like yesterday and i don't see much change into the fourth of july holiday. we will stay persistent with this. again we do have the low clouds against the coastline. picking up on some through santa rosa in petaluma in san rafael. has decided to the east bay, stretching from oakland through fremont. it is along the peninsula. sunnyvale tense partly cloudy bride about at santa clara. san jose will with partly
cloudy skies. fairfield, 16 miles per hour onshore breeze. we will continue with this pattern in place where we will be mostly cloudy away from the coast and as we get into the afternoon temperatures seasonal and a tad cool, 60s at the coast and upper 60s to upper 70s around the bay. inland mid to upper 80s for some of the hotter spots. 59 inland. 54 in berkeley. north bay, cooler in santa rosa. novato 50 degrees. peninsula, 59 palo alto. mostly cloudy on the coastline this morning at 52 degrees at half moon bay. afternoon highs, in the 70s for the north bay. 73 petaluma. it's going to be a beautiful day with mild weather expected. upper 60s on the east bay shoreline and 68 for alameda.
go inland, nice and warm but not too hot, 84 danville. 85 livermore. south bay locations, a good- looking day as well. 88 saratoga. 82 morgan hill. santa cruz, one of the warmer spots, only going to 70 today with partly cloudy skies. for the peninsula 78 redwood city. saved cisco 64.: mostly cloudy in pacifica and daly city. here is a look at the extended forecast as we get the second part of the weekend and into the holiday. notice the numbers. not even going to change. 86 degrees the afternoon high tomorrow and 74 around the bay. 64 at the coast with mostly cloudy skies. like yesterday i do expect low clouds to begin creeping back into the bay as we get into the second part of the afternoon and early evening. perhaps near repeat for tomorrow which means it could be low clouds and impacting
areas like san francisco and the berkeley marina. >> don't take over the bay. we have fireworks. takeover representative brad witt. fire crews continue to face a tough fire season. up next, an update on the fires burning across the state and how long the tough conditions are expected to last. look at today's pet of the day. this is boo-boo. a big boo-boo. independent soul, 2 1/2 years old. loves easy walks on a leash and doesn't mind other dogs. if you would love to have him, he would make a great it -- addition to your family. he is waiting at the contra costa animal services and you can get more information on our sister news facebook page.
firefighters are busy this weekend fighting a dozen wildfires across the state. many of the fires have been burning for days and now thousands of firefighters are working.>> the three firefighters in san bernardino were treated for smoke inhalation after a grass fire. at least four of the homes were destroyed. you can see the damage. one home was damaged and it is now fully contain. the cause under investigation. fire in the eldorado national forest has grown to 3900 acres and 12% contain. it started in el dorado county on tuesday. homes and buildings address. so far none have burned. a long fire season because summer rain they not be as consistent as usual. trees are also dry because of the drought.
fire risks stay high across the state through august and then go down in september.>> look at the state map and you can see it is spread out. >> it is almost like you can't win. you get a good rain season and then we have a bunch of new fuel.>> i was up in the winters area playing golf a few days ago, 104 degrees. crazy. it's like a tinderbox out there. that is just california.>> known for wildfires in. just get through september. theoretically. >> we usually get a storm at the end of september and then drive for the first few weeks of october and usually at halloween things change. are you in the mood for fun okay? carnival rides? the fair continues to host this
event.>> do not get reacquainted with the funnel cake. plenty of food and fun. exhibits, rides, fireworks. open 11 am until 11 pm daily through tomorrow. it costs $20 for adults and 15 for children and seniors.>> pig races. can't lose.>> it is a fair.>> people in the south bay need help. looking for anyone who recognizes three suspects caught in the act by cameras. it is my first time i guess.>> sweetheart. while most nine-year-olds are enjoying vacation, she is doing man occurs -- menu -- man occurs for a good cause.
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injuring 130. isis issued a statement saying that bombing was targeting shiite muslims. more about the cal student killed in the bangladesh attack. to recede 10 -- to recede chain was a student. she decided to spend the summer as an intern in bangladesh and her father was one of 20 hostages killed in that attack. university of california at berkeley will hold a vigil for her and others who lost their lives tuesday at noon. there is more fallout from the sex scandal involving several east bay law enforcement agencies. police officers have been assigned or reassigned we should say. lieutenant andre hill was the manager of the youth division and derek on the was a resource officer. very accused of having sex with
a sex worker. the woman said she had sex with officers from other police departments. let's switch gears.>> we have a big holiday tomorrow and a lot of work to do. >> we are used to at this time of year. low clouds come in and they don't seem to want to go away. is a great enough and bad enough for fireworks. >> i think it is.>> we have a really strong onshore flow and that means low clouds even though we see them clear of the afternoon and they come back by 6:00 or 7:00 they are trying to cross the east bay once again. for sunday it is an enjoyable weekend. right now 50 santa rosa, 52 san francisco, 58 open. 58 san jose. temperatures right now very similar to how we started yesterday morning and the
afternoon highs a near repeat of yesterday afternoon, 64 san francisco, upper 60s oakland, 76 mountain view, festivals going on in the fares are going on. a jazz festival in san francisco. a mild pattern in place with those clouds hugging close to the coast for the day and again not going to see much change into 4 july holiday. we will look at the forecast in the extended coming up. gilroy police say vandals damaged christopher high school. the suspects and we got pictures of them because they were caught on surveillance camera after they broke into the school. police believe there are five of them. they may be high school students from san jose that they damaged school walls, golf carts and water pipes. police are asking anyone who
recognizes them to give them a call. police and daly city are asking for similar help in an attempted burglary. video showing a man trying to entry home wednesday afternoon. the suspect was checking the doors of that home. he is described as a white man with a white beard. 50 years of age or older. 5'8", 170 pounds, the police are not saying if he got inside or if anything was taken. if you recognize the suspect police would love to hear from you. as you know a lot going on this weekend. even before the fourth of july fireworks, christien kafton is live in san francisco with suggestions around the bay. and a great price.>> reporter: free, right? there is a lot going on around the bay area this weekend. for example if you are a jazz fan, a jazz festival and i saw them setting up for day three.
great music and a few tributes to earth, wind and fire. it's a great time, great music. always great to their and drinks. lots of people and great jazz music. >> that sounds fun. >> it's all about music this weekend. stern gross is rocking. >> yes. there is music of a different kind which is if you like the rumble of motorcycles in the south bay in hollister it is the hollister freedom rally in the south bay billed as the largest motorcycle rally in california and one of the biggest in the country. lots of fun down there. drinks, poker, great stuff going on there with the motorcycle rally. that also is amazing. if you are looking for a quieter time like a museum,
lots of museums around the bay area having free day today. some of them you may want to show a bank of america carpet others, it is free to go in. one is oakland museum of california. i was there recently and we were all hoping the warriors were going to take the championship. i got to see the temporary installation with warriors memorabilia. music was the theme of the day at the stern groves festival. they are setting up the stage. this is also free. it is empty now since it is 7:30 am. it will open later today. it's a little early yet. [ laughter ]. that is why you have all of the people here bringing in coolers and finding their spot on the lawn. hieroglyphics bay area legend will be out here later today. great music today.>> get up close and personal with everything going on at stern's
gross festival. -- stern groves festival.>> and it is free.>> can't get a private -- better price than that. that's all that god. [ laughter ]. good stuff. there are fireworks and other events. a complete list on our website, ktvu.com. look for us under that local news section. we're taking part in a coordinated effort this week with 70 other media organizations on the state of homelessness in the bay area. >> a survey found that homelessness is the number one concern among san francisco residents. >> helping homeless who are mentally ill is one of the biggest challenges in getting people off the street. >> reporter: michael has lived
with mental illness all of his life. diagnosed with anxiety and panic disorder and severe depression as a teenager, the 40-year-old reaches lowest point in 2012 after spending two years homeless on the streets of san francisco. >> it will -- it scared me. for the first time in my life it was like i'm going to do this. >> he checked into a psychiatric hospital and he says doctors said they were going to release him. he knew that meant he would be back on the street. >> with the medication i was on was a working. he said he would be in the same position all over again. >> for many who are homeless and mentally ill it is a revolving door. the city survey estimates that 130 of the cities 6700 homeless people suffer from psychiatric conditions in many this at the time weddell clinic in the tenderloin district where pamela's with low treats
homeless people. from psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia to depression and emotional trauma. >> is different from any other kind of illness. it is the illness itself that prevents people or can prevent people from knowing they have something that could benefit from treatment. and then doing something about it. >> the doctor says many times the moshe could do is make it connection with the patient hoping they decide on their own to receive treatment. >> people don't want to take medication then it is a matter of time and trying to convince them it is worth a try. >> and fisher at the alliance of mental illness set a change happened in california in the 60s when the state close half of its psychiatric hospitals and ronald reagan signed a law preventing the mentally ill from being forced into treatment except in the most extreme circumstances. >> of people were released from hospitals without proper support in the community and
often decompensated and then when you have new populations who needed long-term care, a hospital setting, those beds were not available. >> there are new attempt to get people with the most severe cases of mental illness into treatment. last year laura flaw -- lawyers law went into effect. this was named after a 19-year- old killed by a mentally ill man.>> it allows family members and loved ones of people in the community so that if they know someone with mental illness to petition the court to bring that person in front of a judge to compel treatment. >> ultimately a patient can refuse treatment and that is part of the problem says willie brown. >> the standard now is they must either be a danger to themselves or danger to other
people. otherwise you can't do anything. we need to change that law. and make it more appropriate for the circumstances of individuals who will thank you for having gotten assistance. >> michael's breakthrough came when he realized he needed help in the case manager helped him get into a program. >> pain, misery, loneliness. that is what broke through. >> now in treatment and back on medication, his life changed dramatically. >> today i don't live in an institution. i have an apartment with my fiancie.>> he now mentors psychiatric patients at general hospital. >> we feel like we are being judged left and right. there is stigma around mental illness. when we feel that we can open up a space with no judgment, it
is something i wish i had had. i didn't have that. >> he hopes his story will help others follow in his footsteps. in san francisco. you will find more information on the san francisco homeless project on ktvu.com slash homeless and a list of online sources if you or someone you know is homeless. a nine-year-old girl in minnesota is helping the homeless one manicure at a time. stevens masterman opened up a pop-up beauty salon to raise money. she got the idea because she wanted to help homeless children. she offered to do hair and nails for a dollar to help raise the money. at first she said she had a time to get people to take her seriously. just when she was about to call it quits she got her first customer and things took off. >> i said really? and so i did them and she
posted this thing on facebook and now i am famous. >> my friends had already share this on their page and i was like wait a minute. i'm like that is a sweet story and then i saw the picture and i said that's my daughter.>> facebook. that post has been shared thousands of times. she has already raised $100. and she's practically famous she says. [ laughter ]. technically famous.>> and also donations. coming up, it may be travel month and people heading out of town for vacation. coming up, how busy one airport hopes to be. >> harrison barnes may be going from golden state to the lone star state. - hi, it's me. [imitates fanfare]
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thank you for joining us on this sunday morning. a birds eye view over lafayette. there is fog in the neighborhood. right now 54 degrees in a beautiful start to the day. a warm afternoon coming your way. what to expect here and around the bay coming up. time for sports. saturday was a rough day for both very -- bay area baseball teams. brandon crawford and matt williams go back to back with home runs giving the giants a lead in the fourth inning. all as well but maybe not. williams flew over the 14 foot sign and left centerfield in
the bottom corner of the chase. willington kostiuk comes up with this and that baby is gone. ripping the long ball to the left-field. arizona comes out on top. 6-5. a's luck wasn't any better against the opponent, pirates. rettig josh had a double in the fifth. the ball got stuck in a gap in the outfield wall and it was ruled a dead ball instead of a ground double. that prevented a run in that wasn't right. he says he never had that so he will count that. the score was tied up at the end of nine and the pirates gave it a freeze. it is a go-ahead single moments later. pittsburgh added another single and that is the ballgame. let's talk dallas mavericks.
they intend to sign harrison barnes. the mavericks will offer the warriors forward a four-year contract for $95 million. the deal could be finalized later this week. he will have three days to match any offers. golden state officials have said they will match any offer on barnes unless they win the kevin durant sweepstakes. durrant is the biggest catch on the free agent market. the celtics most famous athlete was called in to help with sales. a photo show the president of the celtics basketball operations, danny aims, walking to the hamptons with new england patriots quarterback tom brady. they are working at.>> as you might remember the warriors also met with durrant on
friday. iguodala, they were all there.>> they are still in the hunt and i have heard to friends in boston that the clippers are out of that. so you know, they still have a shot.>> what do you think? >> he looked good in a warrior uniform. it may be a good dynasty for for five years. when you have clay and green and klay thompson and andre iguodala, in the hamptons, pretty awesome. you can make more money these days in oklahoma. it's about championships. right now we have a check of the weather on the holiday weekend and how are we doing?>> not bad. we're just hanging out down here by ourselves. evan is the coworker that runs the teleprompter for claudine anne frank. and look at what is going on,
we are in good shape over the east bay hills. mostly sunny this morning. closer to the water and we are covered in gray once again. mostly cloudy skies and drizzle along the coastline. temperatures for the afternoon today like yesterday and this morning we start out a lot like yesterday. here is a look at storm tracker 2. no rain for us but we are in a trough pattern. we have low clouds and marine layers and it combines to bring us temperatures that are right about normal for this time of year and even cooler for some. onshore breeze and fairfield, 16 miles per hour. not as robust as yesterday when it was gusting to near 30. we are looking at conditions similar. 59 walnut creek, 52 novato, 53 san francisco. afternoon highs, low 70s petaluma, 73 san rafael, 66 by the water. east bay, upper 60s in alameda in oakland, 76 castro valley.
not bad for this time of year. upper 70s san jose. 80 saratoga. 70 santa cruz. that is one of the warmer spots on the coastline. upper 60s for half moon bay. as we get into the extended forecast, taking care of the second part of the weekend and into the holiday, we have partly cloudy skies and mostly cloudy at the coast with fog once again expected tomorrow morning burning off into the afternoon and then making a return as we move to the evening which means we are likely to see low clouds and fog just in time for the firework shows especially on the coast of san francisco. maybe even the east bay. birkeland marina. we will be watching it. it could come down to the hour
by hour. we will cross our fingers. >> we were talking about the teleprompter.>> you will see him on facebook once in a while. >> he is your only company downstairs. i have a good shot of him. our own sal castaneda had a chat with steven spielberg. what he had to say about his new movie bfg and how he feels about this stage of his career. this eight you will, he made a stand this summer but it's not lemonade. le it's been 60 years in the making.
a book about a young orphan girl who makes friends with a big friendly giant. >> a bfg. it was made into a movie by steven spielberg and it hits theaters this weekend. >> sal castaneda talked to him about that movie and brother he is at a point where he gets to take his own projects. i think so.>> reporter: why did you bring me here. why did you take me.>> i had to
take you.>> i generate a lot of projects through my own self- interest in books that i read and newspaper articles i am aware of and things happening in the world especially things that happened in the world because i am a history buff. a lot of movies reflect my passion for history. a lot of original things i make up for my own imagination. every once in a while something classic comes along and falls into my lap like bfg which i read often to my children when they were growing up and knew the book intimately. but i had a chance to read melissa matheson who also wrote et, when i read her adaptation of the book i absolutely fell in love with what she had done. >> i read the book as well and have a vision of it. do you ever feel like you have a responsibility for you are working with a classic that people love to do a good job and make it true to what it
should be?>> i always want to make something true to the source material weather it is something out of the pages of the annals of history or whether from an author's imagination. in this case i felt this book didn't have the product needed to sustain itself as an hour 40 minute movie. with the permission of the estate we then put a little plot to go along with the beautiful dialogue. i think it is very close to the book. it is a very accurate interpretation of dalton. >> after your project comes together when you go to the theater, is it easy to watch something that you did and put aside the making of it and sit there is an audience goer?>> that's a good question. for me it is years later. i don't immediately see my
movies when they first come out. i need perspective. and i need distance before i could see it again. five years from now i will watch the movie again to let you know what i thought. >> thank you so much for joining us. we love your films and thank you. >> my pleasure. in theaters right now. what kind of summer jobs did you have when you were in elementary school?>> is important to everyone's life and how america became america.>> a patriotic eight- year-old michigan boy teaching history. gabe formorhauser set up a booth outside of his home. it looks like a patriotic lemonade stand it -- and his mother said he is passionate about history. >> monday came down and said mom i would like to make a booth and for $.25 tell history and tell people stories.>> i have so much knowledge and i
can't be a history teacher. i just came up with this. usually they pay me a quarter or more and if a penny more i tell them a lot. [ laughter ]. >> he has so much knowledge. [ laughter ]. >> he likes military history and hopes for a career in the military. in the meantime he thinks his history booth is a success and has earned -- earned $7.50 so far. he will donate the money to a veterans group.>> that's awesome. i tell other eight-year-olds what i saw and you will do that this summer. >> most of them are like what.>> good for him. >> it shoots into the air or explodes or out of control on the ground, illegal fireworks. working to use them?
california. it's a big holiday weekend. happy sunday. mother nature has a little bit of fog over the bay that it blew off yesterday and hopefully it will do that today. happy third of july. i am fact mala come and rosemary. it looks like yesterday. >> if you enjoyed yesterday you will today as well. we have a report going on out there and adding drizzle as well. look into the east bay where that low cloud cover has grown to 2000 feet deep and that means it is thick enough to make its way over the hill and that is what we see. onshore breeze continues but it doesn't seem as strong from what i can tell you the delta. 51 santa rosa now.
san francisco and oakland upper 50s in livermore mostly clear and 62 for you. san jose 60. san jose will go to 79, 69 oakland, a's play this afternoon. 75 santa rosa. in the fair in san rafael, 73 for the high. it will be cloudy and cool at the coast and for tomorrow i will sound like a broken record. tomorrow a near repeat of today. lots of clouds. yesterday was one of those days where and i don't want to say this but it was mild enough i was thinking it was so nice and very quiet pattern. fireworks people are not happy. police investigating the fatal shooting of two people in the city of oakland.
a man and woman were killed yesterday at an apartment complex on garth boulevard near laurel avenue. witnesses were gunshots and one person was seen running away. there have been no arrests and no word of any possible motives. reason pleasant hill are working to repair a water main that caused a single. these are photos of what it look like this morning. it opened up friday night on contra costa boulevard near gregory lane. thousands of gallons of water pouring out onto the streets. the water district says a water line failed to meet the road in the area. more fallout over the sex scandal involving agencies. richmond police officers who were reassigned to different divisions. >> on troy hill, the manager of the youth services division, and jared thong, accused of
having sex with an 18-year-old woman who says she is a sex worker. the woman said she had sex with officers from other departments when she was under age. law enforcement officers are out in force this weekend looking out for drivers who have had too much to drink. they have set up checkpoints in several bay area cities including cupertino.500 cars packed through the checkpoint last night. officers made one arrest and issues half a dozen tickets. this holiday drunk driving crackdown will continue until early tuesday morning. >> every agency in the county is doing a saturation patrol. extra officers with the goal of locating and arresting intoxicated drivers. >> here is one thing to keep in mind. the dmv says a dui conviction can cost as much as $45,000. if you take public
transportation the fremont and south hayward bart stations are closed for maintenance. this could cause problems for people. it is providing free shuttles and regular service resumes tuesday morning. long holiday weekend is expected to be busy at airports around the country. this will be their busiest weekend of the entire summer. they predict 184,000 travelers will make their way to the airport during the fourth of july holiday and that is up 8% from last her. this period expected to start friday night. music festival, and oldest admission free show. christien kafton is checking things out as we set up. right now we will start off with a performer's eye view at
the stern groves investable. you can see they are setting up this stage you getting ready for today's performance. there is not a big crowd here yet for understandable reasons. you can see folks are out here to get there spots. monica is joining us from the festival. this will be a big show today.>> we have hieroglyphics today and they will be packing it in, a great local group. people trying to get here early to get their spots these are dedicated fans. >> hieroglyphics today and that is a bay area legend. hip-hop rap. we are expecting a big crowd. >> yes. we will have a great crowd
especially from the hometown heroes. the golden state breakers downs group is here. will have a great time and it is a great setting. >> the fun continues. hieroglyphics today, a big performance. the fun continues throughout the summer. next weekend, a different stage. >> next weekend we had the san francisco symphony. they have been performing since 1938. they have performed every year. they have one of our long- standing traditions at the festival and we are thrilled to have them every year. we have a selection of pieces that are celebrating the park service anniversary. a slightly different five from today and that is the way we
like it.>> change it up. thank you so much. we will check in with the crowd here. you prefer monica, come out early. there are lots of blankets out here already. there is a sense of community here. if you are sharing this grass and sharing space with folks that here you'll get to know your neighbors and you will share food and music and fun stuff. it's a great time out here.>> described the area because you are in a eucalyptus grove. it is a nice spot.>> it is beautiful. you can see eucalyptus all around. it is a natural amphitheater. it is great for acoustic and want to propose to hear live music. like i said, you can see it is a picnic feel. their picking tables for folks in a lot of folks will be setting up on the grass. i can't underscore enough,
there is a sense of community. you get to know your lawn mates so to speak. share food with them and share a drink with them. it could be good or bad. [ laughter ]. >> you have to have a good strategy on how you lay out the blanket.>> some people need tears. >> ryan and i got here at 7:00 and we got you thinking it will be tough to get in. and we saw people already pulling in with coolers. we would like let's follow that guy and sure enough, there were half a dozen people that were set up. that was at 7 am. these are dedicated stern grove bands. >> you should be eating and drinking shortly.>> i will eat and drink as much as i can get my hands on.>> the folks that have not been there, don't wait until 2:00.
start planning that now.>> there is also entertainment throughout the day, a picnic kind of sense right now. the entertainment gets underway at 11:00 a.m. and that 2:00 hieroglyphics take the stage.>> they get great acts throughout the year. they have had boz skaggs, doobie brothers, a great place. and it is free. >> great venue. >> the best price ever, free. it is nice because it is free. you can pop in and pop out at your leisure. for a complete list of fireworks and fourth of july events, there is a list ktvu.com. go to the local news section. do you like fun okay? >> i'm good.>> the rides?
>> he out.>> spin on that one. >> you are looking at video from the county fair. this is the marin county fair with plenty of food, fun, unicycles, pig racing, exhibits, concerts. i guarantee they have wine tasting. sheila e they have had nightly. they will have fireworks. grab a cup of joe and jump out there. it all ends tomorrow. 20 for adults and 15 for children.>> we had a wine tasting and a beer tasting coming up at 9:45 pm today today -- as well. firefighters are busy this weekend fighting a dozen wildfires across the state. many have been burning for days now and now thousands of
firefighters are working to put them out. this is the candle fire. three firefighters had to be treated for smoke inhalation, this was a small grass fire yesterday. it started near homes. look at the damage. at least four homes were destroyed in one suffered other damage. the fire burned close to 9 acres. they are trying to figure out what caused it. eldorado national forest fire has grown to 3900 acres and is 12% contain. right now 2600 homes and buildings are at risk but none have burned. it could be a long fire season. several rains may not be as consistent as usual this year. the trees are dry because of the drought. the fire risk could stay high through august.>> we get those
welcome back. happy holiday weekend. it is a sunday and it is clear in the south bank and around the bay we have a little shroud of fog. fireworks tomorrow night, a little bit iffy.>> we hope it works out. we are not confident about that. >> fireworks are banned around california. there are fines for violating restrictions. what is considered a legal? anything they choose in the air, explodes or moves out of control on the ground. this is incorrect video, there we go. bottle rockets and roman candles illegal. some cities do allow the sale of fireworks that have a label that says safe and sane. that includes new work in
alameda county. also in alameda county, by these fireworks in dublin, union city. and san mateo county, they are available in san bruno. gilmore is the only city available. there are only legal areas in st. helena. you can get them in rio vista. anywhere else, all fireworks are legal -- illegal. officials in bangladesh are refusing claims by isis that it is responsible for the terrorist attacks on a restaurant. officials say they have evidence that those responsible for the siege from a homegrown militant group. 28 people were killed including the six attackers and an 18-
year-old uc berkeley student was killed. witnesses said the attackers spare hostages who could recite the koran.>> terrorist attacked and killed innocent civilians in ramadan. this was a barbaric and inhumane attack on secular bangladesh. >> the government leaders insist isis has no presence in bangladesh and they claim isis is claiming responsibility to gain attention. one of the people killed in that bangladesh terror attack was a sophomore from uc berkeley. tarishi 10 best jain.>> friend said she said goodbye with a warm smile before they left campus this summer. they didn't know they wouldn't see her or her smile again. she was a student from india, just finished a very successful
in active freshman year at uc berkeley. she was intended economics major who was involved in student government and several clubs. university of california at berkeley said she decided to spend the summer at an internship in bangladesh. on friday night jain was in the bakery when six gunmen took hostages. the standoff lasted 11 hours. jain was one of 20 killed in an isis terrorist attack. >> we received an email this morning and as soon as i logged onto facebook there was uc berkeley students posting and sharing. >> news spread quickly among her friends and many are out of the country. riley who worked with her road, tarishi experienced the sunrise. that is how i will remember her. i wish her family love in the face of great loss.
students say her loss is felt across campus.>> even that we are really conscious about what is happening everyone thinks we are out of control and things that happened to students is sad for us. >> india's foreign minister said the body will be brought back to her family in new delhi. >> the loss of a student's devastating. and no doubt will impact the whole community.>> leigh martinez. we have learned that uc berkeley will hold a vigil for jain on tuesday, july 5 at sproul plaza.>> for more on the attack, go to our website, ktvu.com. the aurora police looking for several people who vandalized the school. where the suspects may be from. hillary clinton said she started her weekend off on the
it focused on her use of a private server to send emails involving official business.>> i have been answering questions now for over a year. i believe more than 55,000 pages of my emails have been given to the public read. i will continue to be as forthcoming as i can.>> donald trump reacted with a tweet saying it is impossible for the fbi not to recommend criminal charges against clinton and what you did was wrong and what she did was stupid. the republicans are gearing up for their convention later this month and there are reports that names in the party say they will not attend. political analysts say trump is struggling to win over suburban voters. he received enough primary votes to clinch the nomination but he didn't do well in suburban neighborhoods.
that could be a big problem for him in november because they could be an important group of swing voters.>> suburban voters want confidence. they are looking for somebody who will govern efficiently and not get us into wars and not create chaos. because they live in an orderly world.>> part of that is sophistication. donald trump speaks in language that many americans like they are not suburbanites.>> trump did do well with working-class voters but they did say the suburbs is where many elections have been won and lost. time is 825. let's go downstairs to rosemary for a check at the weekend. we have parades and fireworks. go inland. i suggest go inland. low clouds and fog and we will
see the fog that the coast -- at the coast. let's take one step at a time. a live look outside the door where we do have probably to mostly cloudy skies around the bay and a view into the city of saved cisco. temperatures are similar this morning within a few degrees of yesterday. a beautiful sunny view over the lake. we have beautiful photos at sunrise. it will be a warm day and not as hot as yesterday in the inland cities are warm but comfortable. we are looking at low clouds remaining at the coastline for the entire day and we are seeing the clouds pullback like santa rosa in petaluma reporting partly cloudy to mostly clear. still over the bay bridge and the storm tracker not picking up on the fog that is right along the east bay shoreline. into the second part of the
morning it will continue to clear out and mostly sunny away for the coastline. onshore breeze not going away. fairfield 18 miles per hour . yesterday we had strong gusts. temperatures very similar though today, 60 hayward. 54 san francisco. fremont for the afternoon, gorgeous weather, 70 at noon and mid-70s for the second part of the afternoon. 74 for most of the day. 74 sonoma today. 66 sausalito. east bay, 70 san leandro. 88 antioch. south bay locations, warming to the upper 70s to low 80s. 79 san jose. saratoga 80. peninsula, 78 redwood city. 64 expected in san francisco where we have stern grove
festival and the fillmore jazz festival. as we get into your monday it happens to be for the july. not a lot of change. look at the numbers. they are the same. we will wake up with low clouds in the fog and now the model brings the local hardcover -- cloud cover across the bay. it will impact fireworks shows. >> i can be reached at frank -- [ laughter ]. coming up next, how the orlando nightclub shooting is changing and how some people are celebrating this weekend.
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well, that is a pretty picture, good morning to you. >> is that a train? oh, no, a little jazz. jazzy jades on a sunday. a little freight train music. welcome back to mornings on 2. it is of course, fourth of july weekend. it is only the 3rd today, but hey there are already a lot of activities already happening out. coming up, we have kristin who is at the free music festival. not a bad way to spend the gay. >> yee, i think the sticks are performing. >> yes, and that is it just beautiful. >> any time of the year. >> yes, they come up from the east coast and go is there a ski ski resort on that, it is beautiful. >> you is there get to the very top just to get a dusting of snow. >> yes, and it goes away like
that. >> yes n an instant. >> no snow today, though. >> no snow today. >> a little fog, though. yes, plenty of that to go around, along coastline, we have not seen beach weather in quite some time. we have been in the pattern with the clouds hugging the coast day after day after day. here is a live look into san francisco, where we are with the partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies once again, starting to fade. they are starting to pull back and they will retreat back to the coastline and we will have the temperatures very similar to where we have been. that means low 60s at the coastline today. 64 in san francisco. upper 60s to low 70s for the east bay shoreline. 85 in livermore. that is just beautiful weather to me, it is nice and warm, but not too hot. in the south bay, 79 san jose. and if you like this weather, it is here far wyoming we have a cool down in the expended- -for a while, we have a cool
down in the extended forecast. >> let's enjoy. >> yes, we have a fourth of july parade today and it is usually kind of wicked out there in the evening. >> wicked? >> wicked hot. >> but now, today, perfect. >> oh, yes. >> wicked perfect. >> and what time is that this is. >> i believe 6:00 p.m. >> oh, 6:00 p.m. >> yes, it is an evening parade. >> wow, you might need a sweater. >> oh, that is just crazy talk. all right, we want to talk about the storefully gill roy because there is some video of vandalism that happened at christopher high school. we will show you the pictures because the investigators say that three suspects were actually caught on the cameras as they were breaking in the school. they believe there are at least five and they think that the suspects might be high school students from san jose. police say they damaged school walls, golf carts, water pipes, and if you recognize the people in the pictures, call them. also, police in daily city
want help in an attempted burglary case there. again a man is trying to an enter a home on wednesday afternoon am good foe to there. the suspect was checking out all of the doors at the home homes. the man is white a little over 50 years of age, 5'8", about 170 ponds. police are not - - pounds. if you recognize that man there, the suspect, daily city police would like to hear from you. well, the dead lichting at pull nightclub in orlando last month has people worried about being places where there is a large group. and that does include the celebrations for the fourth of july. the attack though may have reignited feelings of patriotism, but--of pate re- tism. >> some people are avoiding the crowds and people are doing the small family cookouts. but i it has united us as a
country and people are feeling very proud to be and mesh. >> well some cities are using independence day as a tribute to the orlando victims and those include rainbow colored firework memorials. all right n other news, the holiday weekend, of course, under way, a lot of events going on around the bay area. chris tin is in san--kristin is in san francisco where set up is under way. how it is going, ck? >> reporter: okay, guys, we have you covered for something fun. take a lodge, they are still working on setting the stage here and we have been telling you that participant of the key is getting here news and early to get your space. folksgot out here early. we actually have a cup who will got here early this morning staking out a a spot on the grass--out a spot on the grass. and the band is going start at 2:00 p.m. tell me a little bit ant the band, victor? >> they are actually a pretty cool hip hop group, made up of
different styles, originally from brook land .f you want to his ton good music, it is the band to listen to. >> reporter: we have been talking about getting early. aimee, you have v come here in years past and it is not always easy. it is looking empty right now but it will not be later on today. >> yes so, packed later so yes, it is worth it to wake up so early, like 5:30 a.m. in the morning and everything and get out breakfast here, it is like yep. and we get a great spot. >> reporter: now 5:30 a.m., whose idea was that? yours or victors? it was an organized one. hey, and again, victor explain your shirt, because people may not noah it means exactly. >> third eye, it is basically again, they are somewhere a little mascot, simple yet unique and it stands out, everyone knows what it stands for. >> reporter: yes a logo for
high row give i cans. hey, thanks a bunch. and they got here early, aimee, you said you woke up at 5:30 a.m. in the morning to get the spot. and looks, they are no-and look, they are not alone. the big show is today, 2:00 p.m., they ever taking the stage and guys, remember, this is not the last show. more shows are going on next weekend. i have to watch my footing here because i could easily topple. so yes, it is a great show. and if you are looking for none to do the day before fourth of july, come on out here and it is free. >> wow, six, serve hours early before the show. >> they can he be serve the spot, yes, they do. >> hard core viewers there. okay, thank you, christian. also, we do have a complete list of fireworks and other events on our website, web that is www.ktvu.com. just look for it under the local news section. for the past week, k t vu
has been taking part in a media effort to report on the state of homelessness in the bay area. >> yes, this morning we are going to look at how the san francisco's mayors office is trying to combat the problem in one of the most expensive housing markets in the country. >> and there is a consent that a housing fist approach is the best way to combat it. >> yes, and it is easier said than done. >> reporter: e. coli this woman was homeless on the streets of san francisco for more than ten years, she lost her job and when her daughter was killed in a domestic dispute, she lost all hope. >> i was actually wanting to chit suicide. >> reporter: she became addict today alcohol and drugs, and spent years on a waiting list for one of the apartments that the church provides for the chronically homeness. just seven months ago, the 62- year-old finally got the news she had been praying for. >> i was so, so relieved.
i am sorry. it is the simple fact that i know i am keyed in and i don't have to worry about something copping in on me, you know, raping, kidnapping, raping me. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: she says after spending so many years on the streets, very a place to live helped her get sober and off of drugs. >> i don't have a desire to drink, i don't have a desire, i see the crack coming up, when i walker down the streeted, i see the crack, people smoking it, it does not bother me. >> reporter: this reverend and his wife, who founded the church in the heart of the tenderloin have been on the front lines in the fight against homelessness for more than 50 years. this woman says that housing is
an important first step, but it does not stop there. >> a homeless person, when you have them housed, if they are not supported, they will not retain the housing, do not continue to have community meetings and medical and mental health care, and case management, it is very difficult. >> reporter: there are a lot of programs for the homeless because everyone's needs are different, from the drug addicted to the mentally ill, to the elderly, to members of the lgbt community. >> the people who are homeless are perceived as if that is their choice in life. that is their way of life. and that is not. so many people are homeless because they have lost their jobs. so many people in san francisco, particularly, are newly homeless because of the rents. >> reporter: the rent in san francisco is now up to $4500 a month, fueled by demand from high paid tech workers in the
city. demand has also wiped out available sis in single room hotels, which usually provide rooms to hundreds of homeless people. but now the rooms are going out to paying people, for more than $1200 a month. during the last year, the number of available sro's in san francisco drop today just 76 as more landlords discovered they could cash in. jennifer with the coalition on homelessness says that the biggest challenge at hand is the lack of affordable housing in the city. >> that is where we have taken the nose dive in san francisco. that is where the pipeline over the next six years is carry. so if we continue on this direction, if it is bad now, we are going see an explosion on the number of people lincolntoning rob the streets. --living on the streets. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: sam is working long hours to make sure that does not happen. as second in command in the newly formed department to deal
with homelessness, which is called the office of hope, dodge thinks that the city can reach the mayor's goal of helping 8000 people out of homelessness in the next four years. >> it is a big challenge, but you know, we live in a community, right, that thinks very easily about self driving cars, but you know, this idea that housing cures homelessness and that it is daunting to find housing for those who need it, i can reject and we can do it. >> reporter: starting next month, the mayor's office of hope is ex-panning from six employees to more than 100, with an annual budget of a quarter of a billion dollars. >> we have not had the opportunity to work together as a system and really all grow in the same direction and put all of our assets going to the same thing. >> reporter: former san francisco payor, willy brown says that there is no way that the current mayor can do such a
large thing. >> is there clearly not enough affordable housing, not enough available housing and property cessna we go there--process that we go there, you will be inspired. >> reporter: the number of homeless people in the city has almost doubled since he was mayor because of the migration of homeless people in san francisco. >> they are in other locations and people tell them how much better off you are if you are in need in san francisco, verses some other prays. and so they will come to san francisco for that purpose. and we are a very generous city. >> reporter: buff the city is slowly finding space, bying up properties and adding homes where homeless people can live and have peace of mind. it is a peace of mind that this woman is feeling for the first time in years. >> i almost gave up. ♪ [ music ]
>> but, i am glad i didn't. >> reporter: he says her heart is filled with gratitude because she finally has a place to call home. ♪ [ music ] >> because i am very grateful that i finally stopped running. >> that was monty francis reporting. sam dong says that the city currently housing about 6 houseworks homeless people and that does not include people in shelters. and in addition to new housing that is coming online, the city is also providing vennal voucher toss some of the homeless people to get them back into the housing market. >> and you can find more information on the san francisco homeless project at www.ktvu.com, as well, you will find a list there of online resources that you can use. all right, testing the strength of a good marriage. coming up in 15 minutes, the unusual contest that has men
hey, here is hope that you are having great, great sunday. we do have mild to warm weather in the forecast for today. the low clouds you are seeing over san francisco, they are going peel back. mostly cloudy at the coast once again for today. i will have a look at your sunday afternoon and your fourth of july holiday coming up. welshing sunday is looking good, saturday, a little rough. >> not so good. >> rough for both bay area baseball teams. the giants got off to a good start against arizona. brandon and max hit back to back home runs, giving san francisco a 5-1 lead. that was great. and then over the 400-foot vine in left center field. hit the bottom corner of the chase field video board. giants still lead 5-3 in the ayes when wellington comes to the plate with two men unbiases and then arizona wins.
the as were not doing any better. jr. had a double in the fifth. but check this out, the ball goes out there and then gets stuck in the three inch gap in the outfield wall. watch it there. what is that? ruled a dead people. everyone is like what is going on, instead of a ground rule double. so that kept a run from scoring. red i can says he has never had a hole in one in golf so, he is going to count that one, it didn't count for anything else. the score was tied and then david freeze go the single mt. tenth. and pins berg had another single to get the win. all right, hoops, there is word this morning that the dallas mavericks are going to sign harrison barnes away from the warriors. the mavericks are going to offer the warrior forward a four year contact, a lot of dough, too, $95 million for the north carolina star.
the warriors would have three days to match any offers. now the gold state officials have said they will much any offer that barnes gets unless, unless they sign kevin durant, and that is still to be determined. he is the biggest catch on the free agent market and the boston celtics called in new england's most famous athlete to lure him away from the oklahoma thunder. a photo on social media there, that was the president of basketball operations walking through the hamptons with tom brady. this s that probably helped a lit. as you might remember, the warriors met with durant on friday, they were all there to meet and greet mr. durant. so we will see where that goes. all right, former louisville star damion lee is heat getting plenty of attention during the mac supper league. >> two point leaders through
thursday's work, to play in the championship game. >> and that goes in. are you kidding me. >> are you kidding? lee hit that great full court buzzer beater, you want to watch it again. there it goes. >> just a prayer. >> he is just staring at it going seriously. he made it look easy. just a flick of the wrist, there it goes, off the backboard and in. he scored five sunts in seven minutes--five points in seven minutes. >> yes, five and he got three right there. that was his loan highlight, but it was winner. hey, weather wise a bit of a dud tomorrow night, i guess, if you want to see fireworks around the bay. >> yes, we are still optimistic. >> optimistic, the weather can change. all right, just be angry if the weather does not change. and getting out the door this morning, we are looking
optimistically at that cloud cover moving back to the coastline, but we have not had in several days, beach weather, it has been cloudy, school, and we have--cooler and we have another round of cloudy, cool weather at the coast for today. here is a look at san francisco, partly cloudy, but going to the second part of the morning, the clouds are clearing out of the way, mostly sunny skies as well as around the bay and inland. the on shore breeze is still with us, it is not going to change and the temperatures are not changing much, either. fairfield, 18 miles per hour, sustained. concord a northwesterly breeze at 10. oakland, seven at this time. temperature wise, 58-degrees in walnut creek. low 60 national weather service fairfield. oakland, starting the morning at 59. 54 half-moon bay. a little cool for some. santa rosa down by four, mountain view, two degrees warmer than yesterday. whether or not you are going
notice, not sure. the knewture cast model here is showing-er to--the future cast model is owing that--is owing you that--is showing you that the crowds will continue of and by 6 p.m., 7:00 p.m.,--continue and by 6:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m., the clouds are pulling in. and look at the numbers, 60s at the coast. upper 60s to upper 70s around the bay. mid to upper 80s for the hotter locations. so a comfortable day for the warmer shots. santa rosa today, 68 for your lunch hour. and then low to mid 70s in the afternoon. very mild for this time of the year, maybe a bit below the seasonallage. 66 in--seasonal arable. 69 in oakland, where the as are playing, very nice there for that game. 8 the in brent field, or brentwood r did brent field-
-where did brent field come from, i am soft knot sure. 64 in san francisco. here is a look at the extended forecast, for fourth of july, not a lot of change, and when i say not a lot of change a near repeat expected, that means the morning clouds, as well as the evening clouds. and that means we could be looking at the clouds instead of the fireworks come monday night, especially along the coast and just inside of the dayway. >> but the clouds will be pretty. >> very colorful, pretty clouds. >> yes. >> thanks, rose mary. breaking stereotypes in sports. up next, a look at a new box sew about the first woman may mayor league baseball, when we come back.
paul. it is about a character who becomes the first woman to play in major league baseball. it was inspired by the first girl win a little league world series game. >> nd think williams need to see more things on tv to inspire us and give us hope and i think it is what the show does. and it is important. >> you can watch the sere yees premier september 22nd right here--series premier september 2 it could right here on--22nd right here on fox two. couples an the world gathered in finland this week to test at strength of their marriage. it was the 21st annual wife carrying contest. 25 couples took part in the event. the wives clinging to their husband's bag as the couple is racing across the track in a course. several americans were among
the competitors, too. >> athletes who take this very seriously, we joke about it but it is very hard. one of the hardest things i have ever done. >> yes, if you had your wife on top of your heard like that and you had to run, it would be tough. >> in the start, it felt like a few years back, they did a pig by back ride and then, all of the video we just saw was that same formation. and the helmet, i would think, it is critical. >> and if you bet on this in las vegas, it was a russian couple who won this year. and it is getting bigger and bigger every day. >> go to finland. all right, stay with us, because mornings on 2 be l be right back. --2 will be right back.
we are giving you a performers eye view here and we will be talking with member of the band. this is k t vu mornings on 2, weekend. ♪ [ music ] a little music to start you off on this day on this beautiful sunday, july 3rd. out in the bay area, so many great things to do. we have great parades already
starting and we have pee free music in--we have free music in san francisco and i vents across the bay area. amanda really, such a nice day to go it and enjoy, for what some people have is a three day weekend. >> that is true. >> would what is that like? >> i don't know, but some people are enjoying a nice, long holiday weekend. >> and do not let the fog scare you, it is going to blow away. >> today. >> today. yes, tomorrow if you have big fireworks plans, yes, it is not looking good. >> good morning to you. rose mary, we sent her on the roof to try to blow the fog away. >> how is that working for you? >> reporter: it is not working. all though, all though, i think it may have helped just a little bit. aim going to take you straight up, we will take a look at the cloud cover and i do see peaks of blue. >> oh, there it is. >> reporter: there it is, it is starting to clear. and again, we will have mostly sunny skies away from the
coastline today, as i pent you to the west, still covered in gray on that edge there. but, again, already, as i speak, we do have some clearing going on. right now, the temperatures are low 50sto low 60s. 53-degrees right now in san jose. 54 at half-moon bay and mid-50s at and fran. going into the afternoon, it is going to be very comfortable around the bay with widespread upper 60sto upper 70s. we are looking at low to mid- 60s in and around san francisco, if you are seconding the day there. if you are going to the coast, cloudy and cool. low 60s in pacifica, one of the warmer spots today. santa cruz, hitting 70. and then mid to upper 80s for the inland communities, beautiful weather for you, a warm day under way. not a lot of caning going into fourth of july, we have--change going into fourth of july. we have been talking about maybe the clouds and the fog impacking the fireworks shows. so we will talk more about that coming up. but before i let you know, i want to give you look over my
shoulder here, because coming up in less than 45 minutes, chow dean will be out here grilling up pizza. and i am looking forward to that. back to you guys. >> all right, thank you. all right, now to the top stories this morning, there is more fall out from the sex scandal with several east bay law enforce. agencies. two richmond police officer who work with youth have been reassigned. lieutenant hill was the manager of the youth and special services division and officer tong was a school resource officer. they are accused of having sex with and 18-year-old woman who says she is a sex worker. the young woman also had sex with officers from other police departments when she was under age. and crews at pleasant hill are still worker to repair a water main that caused a large sink hole. we showed you the repair work here live yesterday on mornings on 2. there are photos of what it is look like looing this morning. i opened up on--it opened up on
friday morning and sent thousands of gallons of water pouring out near businesses and into businesses as well. a water line failed beneath the road in the southbound lanes there. the road could be crowed through the--closed through the rest of the day. bay area law enforcement officers are out in force this fourth of july holiday weekend. they are looking for drivers who have had too much to drink. authoritieshave set up check points and more than 500 cars pass through the check point. officers did make one dui arrest, and issued half adonis tickets. this holiday drunk driving crack down will continue until early tuesday morning. >> every agency in our county is doing saturation patrols, so it is a lot of trek officers with the goal of locating and arresting intoxicated drivers. >> now here is one thing to keep in mind as you go to fourth of july parties, in addition to just the safety aspect, there is a financial
one, one dui convex can cost a driver as much as $45,000. and if you are planning on taking public transportation over the holiday weekend, the fremont and south hayward bart stations are closed due to track maintenance there. and it is going to hurt you coming spot city. bart is providing you free shuttles. regular service will resume come tuesday morning. well, the long holiday weekend is going the be very busy at airports around the country, excuse me. >> are you all right? i will pick it up. an oakland airport official forecasts this will be their busiest weekend of the entire summer. 184,000 travelers are thought to go through the airports. that is up some 8% from last year. holiday period started on thursday, it will end tomorrow night. officials expect more than 1
million people to be on flights to and two oakland during the month of july. did you get water? >> oh, coffee. >> just as well. e. coli all right, well t the longest running free music festival in the country. and christian is live in san francisco where people have already gathered to get their spots. he is joining us lye in san francisco. hi, christian. >> reporter: oh, yes, well, with them playing, everyone wants to get here early. take a look, you can see it is filling in already here at the festival. a lot of fans turning out. no, ma'am doe is joining- -domino is joining us how. hey, thank you so much. i know you are getting ready for the show. thank you for taking a little time with us. but if you can explain what is going on right now. you are in set up mode, which means you are getting the dy set up right now. >> we are just setting up the equipment and checking the lines and making sure that the sound is correct. we do not want to, you know, get up on stage when it is time
and then something is not right. so it is call add sound check so, we are here checking. >> reporter: yes, and local, you guys are from oakland, the bay area, you, yourself are from san francisco. what does it mean to play locally and have family, friends, everybody come out out and see yo-can be come out and see you. >> well, for--come out to see you. >> well, for me, i grew up here and i came here as kid. and you get calls from grandmothers, uncles, people that would not usually come see you at a club, because it is at a park and it is nice. and my kids are coming. and that means a lot. >> reporter: and you testified on something that is really important, it is free, it is really accessible. it is a way for people to have music be accessible for them. talk about how important it is. and in particular, just young people. >> well, i think the key is live music, because everything, music is really accessible as far as getting it free online
and stuff of that nature. but i think that you get a different experience when it is live and you get to see stuff in motion and live in the flesh and you get a different experience. and i think in this setting. it is just beautiful venue, and it gives you a chance to be able to kind of like have a picnic of it, like i said, bring family in, you know, all ages, people are l be here from two on up. you know, and so i think that always, you know, music soothes. >> reporter: oh, yes, it does. and you are going to give pea shout out today in the concert? >> oh, i will not have the microphone. i will just be playing the music. you have to talk to some other people. >> reporter: that is a good dodge. hey, thank you so much. i will let you get back to work. hey, guys, you heard, getting ready for the show and nothing, nothing is like like music. we will be talking to more fans later on this morning, guys,
but really, it is great. and the music is great here, guys. >> i guess bring a big blanket, too. those are big ones out there. >> reporter: bring a blanc et or maybe--blanket or maybe share one. >> yes, make friends with someone out there. >> reporter: know you neighbors. >> be smart. >> thank you, christian. hey, we have got a complete list of fireworks and fourth of july events at www.ktvu.com, you can look for it under our local news section. >> and one of the events that you can also go to today, the moraine county fair, it continues, there is a little bit of everything there for you, it kicked off on thursday. funnel cakes, ice cream, and then all of the rides that spin. also, exhibits, concerts, nightly fireworks, maybe you want to get that in tonight in case tomorrow is not going so well, right? and pig races, and everything else. it is open from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. tomorrow it endser it is $20
for adult--ends. it is $20 for adults. >> you are looking at the polar bearskinning rides. >> oh, yes. all right, it is now 9:10 a.m. the chinese government says they are close to setting a world record. we will tell you how they hope to use the biggest radio telescope when it is come please, ma'amed. >> also, questions about who is responsible for the terrorist attack in bangladesh. stay right there.
good morning to you, happy sunday, a live look there over the east bay hills, just a little bit of fog there, just hugging the top of that ridge. we do have low clouds and fog along the coastline, inside of the bay, beginning, beginning to scour out there. and we are looking at mostly sunny skies away from the coastline. hopefully you are enjoying pattern in place because it is not going away. a near repeat expected for today. more of the same tomorrow. okay, thanks. we are following some developing news, iraq officials now say that the death toll from a car bomb in september raleigh baghdad is now at 115. nearly a dozen more people are still unaccounted for. isis has claimed responsibility
and issued a statement saying it was targeting muslims. this comes just a week after the iraqi military portions declared victories in their bottle against iris. and this morning, officials in bangladesh are saying they have evidence now those responsible for the siege friday night are from a hometown militant group, 28 people were killed including the six attackers. and 18-year-old uc berkeley student was one of the hostages killed. this woman here, witnesses say that the attackers spared some who could precise verses from the core ran. >> reporter: people were attacked in our capitol, in the holy month, this was an inhuman attack on secular bangladesh. >> government leaders say that isis has no notre dame presence
there and they claim that isis is claiming responsibilities to just gain attention. well this morning, we were hoping to talk to sergeant ray kelly about legal and illegal fireworks, but he was unable to make it. but he did sit down with henry lee for this weeks crime files. >> i am joined today by sergeant ray kelly. form is around the corner,- -fourth of july is and corner, what do people have to--is around the corner and what do people have to be concerned about? >> for us, it is about prevention and education, and obviously, enforcement. but we are really trying to get out in front of this and tell people we do not want you using illegal fireworks and given the status with the dry weather and the drought conditions, we just really with r asking people to not-can be really are asking people not to do that. >> ed with ha a woman in the south baby who reported having a firework thereupon--in the
south bay who reported having a firework thrown another her. >> yes, fireworks are actually very dangerous. we don't know the quality of how they are prepared. you know, came in illegally from other countries. they come to states and the united states where they are legal, and then they get smuggled back into california. and so, they are very dangerous. we are not dealing with like conventional, regular explosives like i deal with on the bomb squad. so when i run into fireworks, and a lot of them, you get careful because of the unknown factor there. >> and ray, you said that you have had more concerns over these fireworks rather than the bombs that you looked at as a bomb tech. there's not toys. >> yes, and--these are not toys. >> and actually, i was hurt in my career by a firework. that being said, you know, i debility want to see that happen to anyone else and you know, i was lucky that you
know, i recovered from it. but it was very traumatic ex- peep yes, sir and that can happen--experience. and that can happen so quickly. in my case, it happened very quickly and throughout every year, we see burn injuries, we see injuries associated with explosives, ear trauma, ' trauma. and--eye trauma. >> so the lesson of the day is, in alameda county, there are two cities with safe and sane fireworks, they are union city and dublin. and the alameda county fair has fireworks sews. >> yes, it goes on for a long period of time. it is a family environment, it is very well put together. so weld encourage folks, if you want to see fireworks, go there, or use the safe and sane variety in your stay if you can go. >> all right, thanks for wakerring the time. >> thank you.
okay, well, some good advise there if you are going to be using fireworks, or going out to see a show. time for some weather now. and if you are going hopefully see a show, rose mary says good luck with that, tomorrow night, any waze, right? --any ways, right? oh, yes, or pick a place that is inland. you will have better luck because the low clouds, the fog that we have been seeing day after day, expect it to be back with us again for tomorrow and the low clouds are moving back across the baby early evening. and with that said, at the coast, san francisco, berg i will, these--did he recollect i will, these areas--berkeley, these areas, you may have the fireworks rob secured. and now your sunday, mostly cloudy skies, again, at the coast, and just inside of the bay. but i was outside a while ago and the clouds were clearing. we are cool at the coast, we are warm inland. mid to upper 80s for our hots spots. not a bad forecast for you there. it is july, after all, the winds will be on shore and
continue this way, as we get into the second participant of the day, 5-10, 15 miles per hour. breezier maybe through the delta and along the coastline. temperatures right now, 64- degrees in concord. 61 in oakland. 56 to start your day in san francisco and low 50s, cloudy skies a little bit of drizzle along the coastline this morning. san jose is 63. going to see the as play later today. it is a mild one, partly cloudy skies, with a westerly breeze at about 10 miles per hour. 67-degrees at dame time and then oakland is warming to about 69-degrees. so it is actual lay beautiful one for those that are sitting in the stands. it is not too hot. 74 in nevada for the afternoon today. going to the beach, expect a cool one, 63 for you there. and we do, for our local beaches, a chance for rip currins and the sneaker waves w us once again for today. so not a lot of folks heading to the beach. but if you are, be ready
narragansett. 69 in oakland consider---that. 69 in ordinary care land today. the south bay locations, 79 san jose. bill roy, 81. 70-degrees for san from cruise. for the peninsula, 7 # in san mataio. and 64 in san francisco. low 60s and cloudy, half-moon bay, pacifica, daily city, here is the forecast, a near repeat peet going to the fourth of july holiday. it is great weather for the parades and festivals. but in the evening hours, once again, the low clouds and fog to be at the coast and inside of the bay and that could impact us for the fireworks on monday night. as we get into tuesday, wednesday, thursday, i know it is way out there, and who wants to talk about it now, but the temperatures are actually cooler. so we are going from mild to warm, to cooler getting into the first part of july. >> so summer in san francisco. >> oh, yes, here we go. >> all right, thanks. >> you are welcome.
>> thank you. well, it was a buzzer beater, hard to beat, too. coming up, the shot that has a lot of sports fans saying yes, we will watch a little hoops in the summer. that when we come back. >> and he is the pre- similartive republican nominee for president. but polls show that trump is having a little trouble winning over suburban voters. why they could be considered a critical swing vote.
welcome back, hillary clinton started her weekend by answering a number of questions from the f.b.i. it is one of the final steps in the investigation of the normer secretary of stated. i focused in on her use of the private server to send e-mails involving official businesses. >> i have been answering questions now, for over a year, i have released more than 55,000 pages of me i males for the pub lib--e-mails for the public to read for themselves. i will continue to, you know,
be as forth coming as i can. >> republican presidential candidate donald trump reacted with a tweet saying quote, it is impossible for the f.b.i. not to recommend criminal charges against hillary clinton, what she did was wrong. end quote. the republicans are gearing up for their convention later this month. and there are reports that several big names in the party are not going to attend. and political analysts say that trump seems to be struggling the to win over suburban voters. he got enough primary votes to get the gop nomination. but he didn't do very well in the suburban areas and that could be a big problem for trump in november because they could be an important group of swing voters. >> sub burr babb voters want- -sur burr ban voters are looking for confident, not create chaos, because they live
in a very orderly world. >> i think part of it is sophistication. donald trump speaks in language that many americans like, but they are not from the sur bushes. >> trump did do well with rural and working class voters, but the is your honor burrs is- -suburbs is where many elections have been won and lost. and china is working on construction on the world's largest radio telescope. the report says that it will be used to detect and collect signals from around the universe and it viewed more than # 4 panels to father souped. it is 40% larger than a similar sell scope in port--telescope in portiere toe. >> it looks like a stadium. yes, well, there could be big moves being made when it comes to the warriors line up next season. coming up next, where harrison barnes could leave to. >> plus, the latest on the
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your afternoon: and temperatures mild to warm. i am coming right up with today's highs. all right, thank you for that. good morning, everyone. frank and claudine hanging out and now back down to you for weather. you did so well the first time. >> tell us more. yes, this timely show you numbers. a look at the numbers today, starting out a lot like yesterday. and for the afternoon, well, a lot like yesterday afternoon. but do not turn off the tv just yet, i have a lotted to say. 58-degrees right now in santa rosa. oakland, good morning 61. 66 in livermore an 63 for san jose. the winds are picking up in fairfield, between 10 czar-20- -between 15-20 all morning longnd the breeze is helping to bring in the cool pacific air and again, we are very nice. meanwhile, along the coastline, we are cloudy and for for
today. fremont, going to lunchtime, 70- degrees expected. low to mid 70s in the fore it is a afternoon. i love 674--forecast for the afternoon. i love 76. 69 for oakland if you are going to see the as play a beautiful day there. 76 to the south in mountain view. 79 for san jose. heading to the coast, low 60s for half-moon bay. sanest cruise, about 07--santa cruz, about 70-degrees. all in all, it is cool at the coastline. inlapped, nice weather here, warm, buff not too--inland, nice weather hooker warm, but not too--weather here, warm, but not too hot. going into the evening hours, the low clouds will be back across the bay, we will wake up with the clouds tomorrow morning and getting into your fourth of july holiday, not a lot of change, that means those low clouds and the fog expect
today maybe impact the fireworks along the coast, as well as san francisco, maybe to berkeley marina, we will track that for you and take a look at the extended forecast coming up. and now back to you guys. >> okay, thanks, we will take it from here. well, firefighters are busy this holiday weekend fighting about a dozen wild fires across the state. we have a map to show you because you can see how far they stretch. right now, thousands of firefighters are working were hard. >> three firefighters in san bernardino street treated for smoke inhalation after a small grass fire there yesterday afternoon. you can see the aftermath, at least four of the homes were destroyed. the fire burned close to nine aches but now fully contained. the cause is still under investigation. and a fire in el dorado national worst has s now 3-d hundred acres. it is still just 12% contained.
right now, 2600-ohms and other buildings are still at risk. so far, no homes or buildings have burned. and it could be a long fire season, that is because summer rains may not be as consistent as usual this year. grass and trees are also very dry because of the drought. they could be high through august and then go down some time in september. moving now to gill roy, the police are looking for vandals who badly damaged christopher high school. check out the pictures from video. investigatorssay they caught three of the suspects on camera. they think, though, there were at least five involved. s suspects--the suspects may be high school students. if you know the folks in the photos, call the police. and police in day lee city are also asking for help. you can see a man trying to enter a home on wednesday afternoon. the suspect is checking all of the doors and the windows of
the home. he is described as a white plan, you can see the white beard there, he is a little over 50 years of age. 5'8", about 170-pounds. we don't know if anything was taken from the home. but if you recognize the man, the police would like to hear from you. well, the deadly shooting in orlando last month has many people worried about being any where where there is a large group, and that does incollide celebrations for the fourth of july. it may have reignited feelings of patriotism, but people are showing it in dirt ways. >> some people are avoiding crowds and some people are just doing the small family cookouts, but i think all in all, it has brought back the whole community feeling. and people are feeling very proud to be an american. >> and a number of cities are using day as a tribute to the orlando victims, including rainbow colored firework memorials. well, fourth of july celebrations are already under way in the bay area this moll day weekend. we is--holiday weekend.
we have been telling you where you can celebrate for cree and christian is in san francisco, he is at the stern grove festival and you know, i am wondering about all of the spots, folks were out there at 5:30 a.m. in the morning. i don't know if is there a bad seat in that house. >> reporter: you know, i don't thistly bad seat in the house, either, it--i don't know if there is a bad seat in the house, either, a lot of places for folks to sit. hey, guys, take a look at the perfect seating, you can see domino up there getting everything ready right now. we talked with him just half an hour ago. great guy. the show is going start four and a half hours from now. he is already here. gabriel is the over crew, obviously you are a big fan, you are wearing the shirt. so reminds us about the shirt. >> they have been around since the early 90s in the bay area. just a rap, hip hop group. and the symbol is actually
known all over the world. >> reporter: and you got here early, because this is your spot. >> yes, we have been here since about 7:00 a.m. and every year we kind of learn from everyone else on what to do correctly. so one time we got herer we were all the way up there. you could barely hear anything about now we come and to get set up. >> reporter: and you guys make a day of. >> i yes, we were not--of it. >> yes, we were not going to miss out on it. >> reporter: you will share a seat with me later on, right? >> yes, sure. >> reporter: and that is the whole idea, guys, a lot of the area is set up, you asked if there a bad seat in the house. you can see the folks making a day out of it and that is part of the idea behind the festival, there is a real sense of community, dorothy is here, has been coming here for years. say, if we could interrupt you, you have been coming here for years, and it is really, what is it about the show? >> great entertainment. and besides that, it is free. >> reporter: and there ising for for everybody.
a lot of variety and what have you seen this season? >> [ inaudible - low volume ] i have seen [ inaudible - low volume ] and that was, bionics, they were really good. >> reporter: so good shows. >> [ inaudible ] >> reporter: all right, and one last thing, how long have you been coming to the shows? i don't want to ask you your age. >> we, i mean, i started coming back when i was like in my early 30s. so, maybe about 20 years, okay? >> reporter: oh, and it is always a good show. >> yes. >> reporter: all right, thank you so much. you have a great time. i have been trying to pick people and i will drop by later on. you have good snacks. >> oh, no problem. >> okay. >> reporter: i sense good food. so there you go, guys, you can see how it works, the spore show is right here--the show is right here and you are asking
before, like i said, not a bad seat in the house and it is all free. >> yes, and good food, right? >> reporter: oh, yes, the food truck is on the way here, too. >> all right. good job, christian. we have a come please list of fireworks on the fourth of july, all of the events at www.ktvu.com, look for it under the local news section there. well, two highly decorated olympic swimmers are veterans, they will be swimming rather, for the u.s. team, again in rio next month. you know, michael phelps already made the team. but he qualified for another vent last night in omaha. that is phelps second from the bottom in the finals of the 100- meter butterfly. he was the winner and he hopes to add to the title of being the most decorated athlete in olympic history. now qualified for three individual events and it was a match up of cal verses stanford in the finals of the
backstroke. stanford, oh, maya edges out our cal's missy franklin by a second. franklin was a four-time gold federalist in done--medal list in london. well a new fox testify show is debuting this fall. actress kyle and former saved by the bell star is about a character who is the first woman play major league baseball. it was inspired by modesto davis, you may remember, the first girl to win a little league worlds series game. >> we any knead to see more things in tv and film that inspire and motivate and empower people. and i think it is what the show does and it is important. >> you can watch the series premier of pitch cement 22nd. >> --september 22. and saturday, kind of a rough day for our two bay area
teams. a good start, though, for the giants, playing arizona. down in arizona, crawford and will yaps hit back to back home runs, giving san francisco a lead. and williams blast flew over the 413 3-0 sign in left center field. hit the bottom corner of the chase field video board. there it. giants still at 5-3 in the eight. and two men on, and see you later. he rips a long ball into left field. arizona wins, by a run, 6-5 is the final there. the a's luck was not any better as they took on the pirates yesterday at the come yule. josh had a double, fifth inning, that could have made the difference in the game against the pirates, but something unique happened here, the ball was stuck in a three inch gap in the in and out outfield wall. ruled a dead ball. so a run did not score. show said he hizzoner had a hole in one and he is going to count that. the score was tied up and then
david frieze here in the tentharound then pittsburg got another run and won. well, there is word this morning that the dallas mavericks are going to sign harrison barnes. espn is reporting that they are going to offer him a four year contract for an estimated $95 million. the deal could be finalized later this week. the warriors will have three days to match any offer cease sheathe that is sign. kevin durant is the biggest catch, of course, in the free agent market and the celtics called in tom brady, yes, to help make their pitch to the oklahoma star. a photo there on social media there, they were wacking through the harp--walking through the afternoon toms.
and--hamptons. and all of the guys were there to try to get him to come to oakland. >> do you stay, do you go arranges where do you go? >> well, he is going to make a lot of money no matter he goes. >> he may stay where he is, we will see. well, damion lee has 1st down a way to get plenty of attention during the nba summer league. >> and that heave goes in. >> oh, yes, lee hit a great full court buzzer beater for the miami heat. he made it look easy, lee just flicked his wrist and the ball flew all the way across the court. he scored five points in seven minutes in the meet heaths 91- 71 victory over los angeles. >> and that was three right there, should get five for that. testing the strength of a marriage in an unusual way. a contest that is going through
a course with their dear old wife on their back. [ laughter ] >> it is unusual. we are going tell you about it coming up. >> that does look unusual and we have been waiting for this all morning long, we are celebrating the fourth of july right allock with you this holiday weekend. up next, claudine is grilling up pizza. frank and i testing some of the best bbqed beverages around.
is. welcome back on this sunday morning. >> getting you moving. >> yes, sunday morning. i see a little bit of blue out there, frank, we have the clouds starting to clear. >> is there hope. >> there is hope. we do have mostly sunny skies away from the coastline today and today will be a lot like yesterday. >> good stuff.
well, we have been talking a lot about the fourth of july weekend, of course, and we are assuming most of you will be firing up the grill. >> yes, this morning, we are doing the same, but we are cook up something you might not expect to find on the bbq, let's send it outside to claudine who has more. >> reporter: yes, this is very cool, guys, i have hew with me,- -i have hugh with me, so people think burgers and grills, but you have a little different take on what we can do here. >> yes. >> reporter: pizza. >> i thought about showing you how grill a steak, but you know how to do that but nobody knows how grill pizza. >> reporter: yes, that is really cool. what is really cool is that you are saying, really anyone can do this, go to trader joe's and get the dough and it is easy. >> yes, you can still do this for tomorrow. so easily. >> reporter: good, all right. >> trader joe's has pizza dough all ready to roll.
i first saw this when i was 19- years-old waiting tables in college. it was so great. so we have the dough here, we are using some flour on the board and then a little bit on top. and you want to use just the right amount of flour so it is not going to stick. >> reporter: now do you have to do anything differently, people who you know, not necessarily me, but people who generally do this stuff and have used the dough it is different when you are going to a grill? >> no, it is the same handling. but steams the gluten is very active. so it is sort of hard to stretch out. so sometimes i will just use my fingers and this is really good to be handling. >> reporter: that is who the what it looks like when i try to do. >> i well, i already have a hole in it but it does not matter because it tastes great and looks rust i can. >> reporter: and this really fun for people to try. you can get the kids involved
and make your own little deal. >> oh, yes, you can have the kids making their own pizzas. so basically, what i am going to do is i am going to show you, we have already got one in here so we will be able to taste it later. >> reporter: oh, that looks amazing. >> i am just going do through this on the board. because it cooks, i mean, really, in commercial breakthrough that in. it cooker sos fast. >> oh,--cooks so fast. >> oh, i already have this on the grill and i am going to rye to mange it as thin as possible. okay, so this one is not perfect. you you have permission. >> reporter: i am going do that. >> so we happen 20 to have one that we already grilled. and i am going to put all of the toppings on this one. so, tomato sauce. >> reporter: you can do whatever you want? oh, yes, you can do want--you want? >> oh, yes, you can do whatever i want. at fist i had it with sausage, and it was the most amazing
flavor. i am making a margarita. it is kid friendly and aadulthoods love it, too i am going light, italian style, right on the toppings. >> reporter: and what can you do wrong for grilled pizza that would be just? >> oh, be f you debit use enough flour--if you debit use enough flour on the dough it can stick. and do not skimp on the ingredients. you want to use the best cheese. made locally. >> reporter: and i am helping. >> you are the best. >> reporter: thank you. simple, you tell me i am the best, i am already happy out here. >> yes, and you can also do basil. sometimes people put the basil on after they have grilled it. and red paper flakes and then salt and pepper to season it.
>> reporter: and what where does your grill need to be? >> oh, nice and hot. >> reporter: hot. hot, hot. so like as close to the wood burning as you can get. >> yes, this is hot in ten minutes and it is literally just as good. >> reporter: i want to taste it. >> i have got this one. >> reporter: oh, that is cool. >> and you just kind of pull it off. and you can see, and then you, you put the toppings on the grilled side. and then you finish it. >> reporter: you don't have to flip it. >> no, and then you finish it back on the grille, on the side that was not cooked yet. do you want to taste it? >> reporter: i do. i do. you are not going to get me out of here without giving me some .r you kidding me. >> --some. are you kidding me. >> all right. >> reporter: all right, that looks so great. >> it is so fast, flee or four minuteds for the dough, or maybe two minutes and then maybe three minutes on the grill. >> reporter: take my piece. >> oh, yes go for it. >> reporter: do not cut my hand
off. >> so i have got in nice white platter to put it on. you can just do this at your party, while the party is happening, you can set this all up, you know, out in the backyard and everyone can come and watch. >> reporter: and i can have you come over. >> yes, or just pay me to come over. >> reporter: okay, that sounds great. tank, awesome. amazing. i am going to finish eating and we are going to send it down to frank and rose mary, who, i am getting thinker city. >> yes, you need a beverage to wash it down. we have you covered here. you are going to go beer, wine, or maybe a little bit of both. joining us is dalton, out of the livermore store and when i comes to the fourth of july, beer or wine, i am thinking beer. >> i am thinking both. >> i am thinking both. >> i would have to agree with you, i would have to say both. starting here, we have a great selection here, you know, fourth of july bbq, it is hot
outside, beer is just a great tie kick off the summer bbq. so starting right off here, we have the first beer, this is our mermaid red. so it is a nice amber color a great red ale, it is going to be floral but hints of bitter note so it is really great. >> oh, it is very smooth. i asked you during the break, i said you know, i feel like wow, there are gnus beers coming out, it seems daily. >> yes, especially when you get to your summer and winter months, you is a the seasonal relies. a lot of--releases. a loft beers out there. >> the fourth of july is the biggest beer selling day of the year, for the holidays, any way. so almost, what, 80 million cases will be sold. >> yes, we stock up every fourth of july.
it is just a great beverage to have with anything, bbq cooking inside, outside, it is just a great way to stay re-fleshed. >> and you are already on beer number two. >> yes, that is the great white, it is a nice, light beer. it is going to keep you refreshed and notes of citrus, but also some wheat. so it has a great flavor, it is very light. and we have the red, our white, and next is our blue. and this is the blue moon, the pelter in, it is a really nice belgium you are spired beer, really light. great for a hot day and it is brewed with orange. >> okay, sam adams does not need a plug. all right, tore wine because we only have a minute left. >> oh, yes. >> this is the row say, it is nice and right. melon, it is refreshing, but still a little complex to keep you going. >> i love the flag.
>> and twist cap, too, does not mean quality good or bad. >> you know, a lot of wineries are move together twist caps an it is ease toy open. >> some of those are holiday theme z as well. >> oh, yes,--themed as well. >> yes, they all have a fourth of july plug. the row say has an american flag to honor the american wine tradition and the next wine, the charles cabernet red blend, yes, that one. it has great fruit notes. >> you talk, i taste. i do have a question, are these limited for the summer? do we only see them during the summer? >> so the blue moon is a seasonal release, the rest of these, we kind of carry year round. obviously, sam adams you can get pretty much any where but these are also year round. >> bell, thanks--well, tanks fors being here. >> where--thanks for being here. >> yes, and i think i like this
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were 8. gay has set up a--he has set up a booth outside-his home. his mother says he loves history and he came up with this idea all on hi own. show likes military history--he likes military history best. >> i am willing to pay if he does not test me at the end. >> he has made $8 so far. and it is all going to vets. welshing couples from all and world gathered in finland over the weekend to test their strength of marriage, literally here, they competed in the 21st annual wife carrying contest. and 35 couples from dozens of countries took part of the the wives cling to their husband's back. sever americans competed and by the way a russian couple one. >> that just looks funny. >> do not do this at ohm. >> okay, i was just coming from
upstairs,--from jew stairs, i came downstairs, i brought you pizza,. >> i brought a glass of wine, here you go. >> we did. >> thank you. so really good. that was two pizzas. >> yes, very popular in the post meeting here. >> oh, yes. >> all right, well thanks for joining us this morning on this beautiful sunday. have a fantastic day, everyone. >> yes, enjoy your holiday, folks. >> bye,. >> see you tomorrow.
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