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do you know that song? >> only because you told me. >> disco machine. my house. if you didn't know it we did not either. >> it is going. >> it sounds like good music to sit outside and enjoy the day. >> we have a lot to talk about today. lots going on. let's start with the fbi director weighing in on the tension between police and minority groups pick >> he was making a speech in san francisco and admitted there are some problems with the justice system but he also defended it. we have more on what he said. a big fight tonight at oracle. >> andri ward taking on
alexander brand. ward says it's a big deal for him to have the hometown crowd. more coming about who might be in the crowd and here is a hands. i think they played at oracle as well. >> i love the stare down. if you're not a fan of big crowds or traffic or music dan stay away from golden gate park. outside lands heading into the 2. lots of people expected to be there. >> if you are going make sure to bring a jacket. weather will be a bit chilly today. >> we are creeping into fall already. >> doesn't it feel like that? >> good morning. below average and it's going to be a cool day at outside lands. here's a leave -- live look in the east bay. in addition to low clouds we have smoke continuing from the
south. that definitely is a possibility for the south bay today. temperatures this morning 56 at sfo. 51 movato. partly to mostly cloudy skies. in addition to the patchy drizzle. by this afternoon mostly sunny away from the coast. here is a footprint of what to expect. 60s at the coast and upper 60s or low 70s around the bay. inland communities shades of yellow and orange indicating nice weather with the red stain well into the valley meeting the central valley. the afternoon highs today coming up. let's talk about outside lands happening today. it's going to stay busy all weekend long. >> many people are heading that way taking place at golden gate park.
its ninth year and will generate tens of millions of dollars in economic benefit to >> estimated three my dollars in the parks alone in that only happens when lots of people had out. 200,000 people are expected. >> if you're going to the city take note of that we recommend bart among other things. here's a live look of the golden gate bridge. not many concertgoers yet. >> public transportation is the way to go. >> here is the lineup today. headliner include radiohead. sunday big names include lionel richie. third eye blind and if you are going one more thing to note secured he will be tight there are some changes this year.
>> metal detectors at the gate are new addition this year san francisco police say they're more officers working outside lands in the fbi is monitoring this large-scale event. >> there always paying attention to these events. thankfully there is no credible threat we half. >> reporter: robert wright and indie rock band was among the many artists performing on seven stages. despite the children the air in the overcast skies, outside lands draws people from near and far. >> we like going to these events. >> reporter: the event is billed as a gourmet music festival. >> it's one of the most people places and what's great to have a festival your it's not going so great for some neighbors. rollie van dyck was within walking distance to golden gate park he tells us each year the noise from outside lands is like a three day long sonic invasion into his home. this is what it sounds like from one of the bedrooms.
he says he's complained to come to organizers many times and even left town when you're to avoid the noise. >> i have felt it through my seat. saturday night if you want to come if you want a vibration. >> despite his complaints nothing has changed. he says other festivals such as strickland bluegrass do not cause the same problems. >> it is possible to have concerts in the park and for the concerts to be good neighbors. outside lands is flat-out a bad neighbor. >> >> reporter: amber lee. you can learn more about this weekend's outside lands festival by going to our website. it's on the front page. the embattled mayor of stockton says he wants to set the record straight. anthony silva is denying the criminal charges against him and was arrested on thursday
for allegedly playing strip poker at a summer camp last year with at least one minor. prosecutors accuse him of serving the teenager alcohol in making an audio recording of the incident. he says the charges are politically motivated to sell his name and reduce chances of winning reelection in november. >> the political weapons used in stockton is usually law enforcement and media. it's not like things they can prove on people. many times it something to create a cloud over someone. >> he says he will not resign a for this arrestee made headlines last month when a gun stolen from his home was used in several crimes including the killing of a 13-year-old fairfield boy last year. he got for the gun as missing until a month after that boy's death. fbi director james comey said open and frank dialogue could ease current tensions between police and minority groups pick he spoke yesterday
at the annual meeting of the american bar association. he dressed emerging issues and national security and law enforcement including how encryption technology is making it more difficult for police to search cell phones and investigate cases. he also talked about recent police shootings and the massive tax in dallas in baton rouge >> we have to get close to each other because it's hard to hate up close. with the show each other the too hard. law enforcement and the committees we serve and protect. how do they see us in its preinstalled? >> he also answered questions from the audience and said even of the justice system is flawed it is not rained as some believe. his comments come after the release of footage showing a deadly confrontation tween chicago police and unarmed black teenager suspected of driving a stolen car. >> graphic footage was released
yesterday from nine police by cameras and dashboard cams officers fired an 18-year-old suspect paul o'neill essie ran it police vehicles while trying to escape they chased him down to the yard of a home in the footage shows police handcuffing him all he was face down and bleeding. his family and friends said there was no justice -- justifiable reason for him to lose his life. >> if he did steal the car that is for the court to decide what instead the police officers decided to be the judge and execute him. the way they did. >> officers fired at least 15 shots as he drove away. authorities say he died from a gunshot wound to the back and there's no footage of the fatal shot. his family accuse the officer of intentionally turning off his camera. the police department has three officers of their authority saying it does appear they violated department policy. a group of african-american
civil rights leaders including a san francisco officer as angry at a controversy of photo in a newsletter printed by the san francisco police officers association. here is the photograph of two but dogs and black labrador nathan williams black labs matter. the white dog has the sign all labs matter. the caption next to it says maybe it's time we all sit back and tone down the rhetoric. police sergeant yulanda williams is not a member of the black lives matter movement but says as a black woman she finds the picture offensive. >> you now have brought a human rights issue down to the level of a dog? in my no more important then a dog? >> i'm insulted by that. >> underneath the photo this a message in smaller print that it was forwarded by a friend and supporter of the poa. with phones and email the
police union but did not receive a response. we asked police to carbon for comment and was told this is a matter for the poa. in our shared mission to make america great again, i support and endorse our speaker of the house, paul ryan. . >> in a push for party unity donald trump endorsed speaker paul ryan last night after declining to do so days ago. he endorsed him at a rally in green bay wisconsin. his home state by the way where he is running for reelection. trump also changed his mind and endorsed arizona senator john mccain and senator kelly ayotte of new hampshire. were both battling to keep their seats. >> hillary clinton meanwhile spoke at a national association of black and hispanic journalists joined convention in washington dc yesterday promising to work on issues that directly affect minorities.
>> rosa parks opened up every seat on the bus and now we've got to expand economic opportunities so everyone can afford the fair. we have to make sure the bus route reaches every neighborhood and connects families with safe affordable housing. and good jobs. >> the democratic nominee also said she knows she has work to do to win over american stressed but clinton blames some of her low ratings on republican attacks saying she gets higher marks when she is serving in public office. officials have now confirmed two new cases of zika virus in san francisco which brings the number of cases in the city to 10. officials say there are also 10 confirmed cases in alameda county. they stress all the bay area cases addressing the bias while traveling outside the us. in zika is not spreading in the bay area or california. one of the spokes -- most
popular athlete is taking center stage tonight. >> the pound for pound king of the ring, from oakland california, there he is. boxing champ andre ward putting his perfect 29-0 record of against alexander brent whose only lost one about in his career. a traditional way it was held yesterday outside city hall. tonight's fight starts at 730 at oracle arena. oxen and will see the match was a tuneup for the big pay day in november when he squares off against champion sergei kovalev. >> he's easy to talk to. he talked about how important it was for him to fight the fight at oracle and when his opponent come there they 05 again but not at oracle. >> maybe steph curry and some
of the guys >> and folks like that there's a very close knit group of bay area athletes. so i'm going to go tonight and will let you know. >> coming up summit county sheriff's deputy to go the teenager three years ago gets a promotion. >> most of us make mistakes in our job and we lose them but at the same time he was also rewarded. that's what it feels like. it's a slap in the face. life's sharing a meal. and a kitchen with room for everyone. spend $4000 or more on a new kitchen and get 15% back at the ikea kitchen event.
good morning and happy sunday. living the good life here in the bay area but it is a bit of a gray start. the clouds are very widespread this morning. the marine layer comprised of it from yesterday so perhaps a bit of clearing but termperatures will remain on the cool side. the forecast coming up. the oakland a's suspended a longtime employee for planting a hidden camera at the coliseum weight room. michael henderson the team strength and conditioning coach and he set up the camera last month to supervise layers on the disabled list working out. player found the camera and reported it to the players union. the a's have hired an independent law firm to investigate the matter and the team called the use of a hidden camera poor judgment. the a's are hosting the best team in baseball over the
weekend and that is not good news. the cubs are in town and looking to in the first world series since 1908. last night it did not take long to get on the scoreboard. dexter fowler led off the game with an home run and later in the first say hello to jorge soler. he smacked a three run homer. the cubs on cruise control. former teammate jon lester on the mound. seven solid innings to win is 12 game of the season. cubs beat up on the a's the final 7-2. the giants post all-star game slide continues pick they've lost 14 of 19 games since the break. latest loss came in the nation's capital against the man's. washington scored two runs in the first and it was only needed. jeff samardzija struggled again on the mound hitting up five runs in seven innings. that's nothing of the giants 5- 1 despite the losing skid the giants still are two games up on the doctors. tonight go football hall of
fame recalls the glory days of the niners and the raiders. he helped build a dynasty in which the 49ers one -- won five super bowl >> legend but joe montana steve young jerry rice and ronnie lott affectional defer to him as mr. dee. he will be presented in tonight ceremony i his oldest daughter lisa. raters great kenny the snake stable will be in -- inducted posthumously. he won several 11 in january 1977 in nfl mvp for the 19 in january 1977 in nfl mvp for the 1974 season. he was a hall of fame finalist three times before passing away last year at the age of 69 from complications of colon cancer. his youngest daughter says tonight enshrinement is bittersweet. the duction be helping raiders coach. other notables inducted
include rick stanzel. pastors are kevin greene who played with 49ers in 1997 season is also being inducted. but the biggest thing is brett favre. the 2016 summer games in rio are now officially underway. quite a night at the opening ceremony last night and with a dazzling display of fireworks over the maracana stadium in rio. an earlier supermodel gisele bundchen still a show with a stunning catwalk in the center of the stadium to the sound of the iconic samba ago from ipanema. shia native of brazil and also married to nfl superstar and bay area native tom brady.
also pretty is rosemary orozco. but the skies are gray. >> i can fix it. wait a few hours. looking at the clouds again this morning with a live shot in the east bay earlier. north bay is great. we're all starting out with a gray sky of the judges allowed once again a new repeat of yesterday. some areas could be warmer only because the low clouds they pull back a little bit sooner than we had yesterday. right now 53 in santa rosa. santa -- san francisco 56. here's a look at the widespread
gray all the way into the central valley. seeing some of this and the onshore breeze quite robust. 29 miles per hour at travis. both bringing us the idea we're going to have another unseasonably cool day. here's a look at the pattern in place were locked in this trough of low pressure and there is the onshore breeze that will continue saturday. if you are going out to outside lands is a cool one in the upper 50s. mostly cloudy at noon and low 60s by 3 pm. top out in the low 60s today. at 8 pm clouds rolling back over that little but of sunshine. 57 once again. overall a cool day. if you live your you're used to it but if you are visiting at could catch you off guard. 75 for movato. 74 vallejo. 66 in berkeley.
67 oakland. low 80s into and brett when. a nice mild 76 for the afternoon in san jose. morgan hill 80. santa cruz 68. for the weekend forecast we will be slightly warmer sunday and at temperatures continue to climb monday and tuesday: back on wednesday. overall a mild pattern for the start of august. >> might be cool for the folks in texas go but for the rest of people inland who been dealing with the sweltering heat i think 80 is about perfect. it is a peek into space from here on the ground. he can see and touch spacesuits and tech from nasa. we also meet some of the amazing astronauts coming up.
japan marks the 71st anniversary of the atomic bombing of hiroshima. apiece bell told at the moment when a bomber dropped the ball over hiroshima japan on the morning of august 6, 1945. the attack killed thousands of people instantly with others dying of long-term effects of radiation exposure. nearly 50,000 people including
survivors and dignitaries held a moment of silence at the memorial ceremony. three days later forces dropped another atomic bomb on the southern city of nagasaki ending with japan's surrender in world war ii. without american men in hiroshima using his nuclear weapon expertise to promote peace and disarmament. livermore police are searching for the vandals who defaced a monument honoring local veterans. it's called remember our heroes hundreds of names of livermore military veterans etched into individual breaks in front of the veterans memorial building. last week someone ripped 19 engraved bricks off of the wall in their discovered cracked and stacked in the pile. >> you just well up with anger because of the fact we've spent so much time building this for the community and making it nice for our veterans. and for the families that have veterans. >> livermore police say they have no idea who removed the
brakes or why they did it. the veterans say they have no idea why they are being targeted. they're considering installing security cameras at the memorial site. 40 people were injured after a fence collapsed during a snoop dogg concert in new jersey. >> the rapper was performing with wiz khalifa when the railing gave way and the people cited tumbling. it happened to the bbt pavilion in camden new jersey. dozens of fans tumbled to the ground and into a gap. there's a gap between the audience and the stage. cost organizers quickly stopped performance in several ambulances rushed in investigators are trying to figure out what caused the fence to collapse the >> most of injuries are minor but imagine. coming up san jose police
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happy saturday. here is a live look at the south bay with the marine layer sitting over us for a little while longer. good morning everyone. >> our top stories in just a moment. first let's talk about the marine layer. we have to bring in rosemary to tell us what it's about. i am wimpy. i put on my part of this morning. >> it was cold >> i like being cold. >> you are not alone. sunny and 75 please every day. >> i put in my order all the time. here is the golden gate bridge. i turned on the here this morning and pulled out my winter coat. >> it's not just clonidine. giving you a look at all of the gray.
we are going to see sunny skies away from the coastline later today. today will be similar to yesterday with the marine layer not quite as deep. we could have some better clearing for the inland communities. 57 to start. 53 in santa rosa. low 50s to low 60s around the bay. for the afternoon temperatures running 5-10 degrees below average so it does feel like fall out. the afternoon highs 63 san francisco. mostly cloudy most of the day if you are going to outside lands. 80 concord. 83. 20-25 degrees spread betting on where you are. sometimes it's 40 degrees. a mild pattern in place. of people day inland. in san jose your reach 76.
we were up into sunday and in the warming trend continues for the start of the week. those numbers coming up. let's look at the top stories. databank of the outside lands festival in san francisco is getting underway in a few hours. today's headliners in clude radiohead and air if you are going you will not be alone. over 200,000 fans are expect it to attend outside lands this weekend >> anthony silva will opening up about his recent arrest when he's accused of played strip poker and serving algol to a minor. and a summer camp last year. open is rested him thursday but the mayor insists he's innocent. he claims it's a political dirty trek to ruin his reputation and chances of winning reelection in november. a controversial photo in a newsletter for the police officers association is drawing fire from african-americans and civil rights groups. the picture shows two but dogs
one black and one white. the black lab has a sign that says black labs matter in the white dog said all labs matter. we reached out to the police union for comments but did not get a response. government officials and friends said 13 people were killed and six injured in a fire at a neighborhood bar. this is new video from overnight. the fire broke out early this morning in normandy. investigators believe the flames spread from candles on a birthday cake during a private party in the basement. the victims are all young between 18 and 25. court hearing this morning for the 19-year-old suspect accused of wednesday's stabbing rampage that killed an american. the suspect is a norwegian national from somalia. he faces one count of murder and five counts of attempted murder. his next court appearance is tuesday. he killed city four-year-old retired teacher from florida.
he's been suicidal lately but they have not found any links to terrorism. one of the victims who survived the attack is a retired san jose firefighter, marty hornacek he's doing well and remains with his wife on vacation in england. in a facebook post he called the attack on real. this is not his first brush with danger. from 1999 it shows in being rescued from the building in san jose after a roof collapse at a fire. he fractured his pelvis and retired from the san jose fire department in 2009 and now lives in neighboring nevada. a new development involving somewhat -- cinema condition of deputy who killed andy lopez in 2013. debora villalon tells us erick gelhaus has been promoted to sergeant. >> some people might be concerned with me promoting him but i want everyone to know he is highly qualified.
>> reporter: the sheriff speaking only on facebook says braced for criticism >> if i do not believe that he would not be promoted. >> reporter: and criticism was quite white erick gelhaus a deputy with the troubled past has now gotten sergeant stripes and arrays >> with her no one else to be promoted by >> this committee activist those in oriole stands for andy lopez on the same block where he was shot seven times walking down the street. erick gelhaus on patrol reacted to what looked like an assault rifle in the eighth greater's hand but was not -- was in fact a replica. inquiries cleared him of wrongdoing but critics believe he profiled the teenager and was too quick to fire >> moving forward this takes back and opens up the wounds. and i don't think it's progress. >> protests rage for months after the shooting. exposing distrust between the sheriff's department and minority communities. for more than a year task force were done recommendations many
now adopted including an independent auditor. the biggest thing is we don't want it ever happen again. >> reporter: the task force chair disagrees with the bauhaus promotion >> you could argue he made a mistake. and most of us when there is takes an hour job we lose them. at the same time he was also rewarded. and that's what it feels like. it's a slap in the face. >> i'm convinced the overwhelming majority of the people in sonoma county want a sheriff who follows law. >> reporter: the sheriff's just public perception cannot outweigh the deputy's right to advance. >> it's a single incident as tragic as it might be. in the 26 year career >> reporter: he returned to patrol duty after he was exonerated and now he is supervises others. >> he does with this every day of his life. he has to live with the fact that happened. there is still a civil suit against him in the sheriff's department by lopez's family
a san francisco fire department colon was arrested on suspicion of making a bomb. a man on madrid street reported an explosion on wednesday in the later arrested the two-year- old james christopher novello on charges including making and possessing a destructive device. it appears the incident stemmed from an ongoing dispute in a neighborhood. he's on leave pending the outcome of the case. san jose police asking for the public and fighting three people involved in a carjacking that happened early on the morning of july 18 on deer meadow court. this video was recorded before the carjacking and footage showing a man and a woman hitting out of the gray sedan in trying to open up other car doors. officers say moments later the car sped away find the victim of his vehicle. the man and women are considered accomplices in the person who drove off in the victim's car says -- is described as a white or latino man. >> fire crews continue to make progress by telling huge fire
south of carmel. latest numbers show that trailhead fire has grown to 54,000 acres. it is now 40% contained. thanks in part to cooler weather along the coast. crews are also fighting fire with fire. >> that fire is backing down the winds perfectly and it's burning along the slope under our control how we wanted to happen. that's how we like to be able to fight fire with fire. >> the wildfire tween the carmel valley and big sur has been burning for over two weeks pick one bulldozer operator was killed while working on the fire lines. the fire has destroyed 57 homes. crews are making progress on the so-called cold fire burning near lake berryessa in yolo county. cal fire says it still burning on 4700 acres but containment has jumped to 30%. this is video just posted by cal fire of the
fire this morning. as you can see whenever you see the white smoke that is always good news. insert a tuesday afternoon west of winters in a committee meeting will be held today we're glad they're getting some containment up and hopefully they will get it out soon. >> making progress in temperatures are going down so that's good. police trying to determine how an unloaded winchester rifle wound up at a board station in oakland. of art were found between two caliber rifle in a case underneath a bench at the station thursday morning the rifle does not appear to have been involved in any crime but investigators are checking surveillance video in their attempt to find the owner. hunters of teenagers gathered in front of city hall yesterday wrapping up their summer program which offers summer jobs and opportunity to at-risk teens. they also working hard in ysleta got together to celebrate the compass meant this is the second summer for
the program with nearly 70 employers and 700 kids in many say the opportunity was a blessing. >> i was getting into some trouble at school so this helped me stay productive in the summer's but whenever many of the kids growing up this is the difference between a pathway to a resume or a path to a rap sheet. being able to give them that first path is critical. >> some of teenagers say it felt good to be able to help provide for their families after years of being provided for. sj works will be extended through the school year to the celebration ended with a job there so the kids can keep up the good work. a picture printed in a san francisco police union newsletter is causing controversy. coming up where the picture came from and what one san francisco officer is saying about it.
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on reminding residents estate drought is not over. >> weather conditions are better officials are urging folks to conserve as much as they can. christien kafton is live at the conservation workshop at the contra costa water district in concord to give some tips. >> reporter: good morning. as we know water is always an issue in california. we have a beautiful drought tolerant garden at contra costa water district jennifer allender when does. tells about this garden. this is what you are encouraging people to do is to
go from having a lawn to having a garden. >> yes. we have been through a severe drought and people are looking at ways they can use water more efficiently in their yard >> >> have a lush yard in a garden that looks like this. this is what we're talking about. all these plans that are all drought tolerant >> yes. there are many native californian plans and then some other different plans that are all drought tolerant. it can make for a beautiful garden but you can make a change. and the point of the workshop were having today is many people want to replace the lawn and want to start doing a drought tolerant garden but don't know where to start. and so we have a landscape designer that will be your today and offer some ideas and get people started and get them motivated to make a beautiful garden >> you are incentivizing networking to make sure people have the resources as people might not know where to start >> yes. we have a rebate program they can get money back for pulling
out the lawn and also an incentive or they can work with a landscape designer and get their ideas started and so start being creative and at what they want to do. >> tell me about the workshop. it starts 9 am until noon. will have a number of speakers that people can ask questions of including landscape designers and our conservation supervisor will be here to provide advice. we encourage people to come down and learn about the program >> thank you. coming up in about one hour or so we're going to talk more about how to save as much water as possible make sure you have a beautiful looking yard. one thing we will talk about is watering systems. you can see a sprinkler head here but will talk about how to make sure you're using your water efficiently. it's a lot easier than most
people think. they have many tips and expert to help walk you through the process to transform your lawn into a beautiful garden like this. >> the overhead shot that you were showing us looks so pretty and when you see the shot like that you think it can be great without -- it takes some time. look how pretty that is. >> we worked hard this morning jacob i worked hard to make sure we could give you the close-up view but also the high view. >> can you wave for us? >> there we go. >> thank you christian. >> let's check on the forecast. >> good perspective -- we have the gray sky and a lot of gray sky around.
widespread this morning. a bit of drizzle once again at the coast. this morning at like yesterday but hopefully you are not up and out the door for work. hopefully today is your day off. we're going to continue to the next few hours. then we will see the sun moves through at least away from the coastline. partly to mostly cloudy once again at the coast. some drizzle this morning and that will dry out it's going to be a cool day at the coast. mild to warm inland. with temperatures running a bit cool for this time of year. here is the gray start. widespread around the bay. the onshore breeze is with us and travis reporting good gusts up to 29 miles per hour. oakland sustained at 14. nap at santa rosa and movato in the afternoon could get breeze. we have the trough that morning over the west -- that will
remain over the west to bring us the cold weather. 60s at the coast and around a and 70s to low 80s for the warmer locations. the afternoon seabreeze will pick up especially along the coastline. looking at the numbers outside 54 in half moon bay. 55 in downtown san francisco. 54 berkeley. here is the oakland forecast. the a's play this afternoon. a nice day with upper 60s in the forecast a bit of an onshore breeze for the afternoon on their mostly sunny skies. good-looking weather in santa rosa as well. 74 san rafael. the inner east bay low 80s. a nice and warm but not too hot. in the san jose 76 for morgan hill. and 68 for santa cruz. the extended forecast termperatures warm slightly for
sunday. low 70s remaining along the bayside communities and low 80s inland. warmer even on monday. temperatures looking about 90 on tuesday and then toasty inland but not bad. midweek wednesday temperatures fall back once again. no 80s to make it is expected for our warmer locations. check out our instagramer picture of the morning. there is prince charles writing public transit. that is an older picture. september september 1977. bart sent this picture with the caption commute fit for royalty. >> where you 39 years ago? >> probably not writing bart >> you never know. we love to see your photographs as well. include the #ktvu so we can see
it and you might see your picture on the air. in theaters this weekend it is the villains turn to fight crime. >> coming up how the joker and his team are flipping things around in suicide squad. it's time now for our pet of the day. this is robin hood. he's a two-year-old chihuahua mix with the free spirit a lively and alert attitude. he likes to make his own decisions. he will listen to you if you entice them with a treat. he would you best as the only document house with no kids. you can meet him at the east bay spca oakland adoption center.
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the huge blockbuster suicide squad. another views broke earlier in the week and some of them have been harsh towards the film. i've seen the movie twice now and i will give you my review david ayer directed the film and wrote training day and dreaded fury and and an watch but he's a phenomenal writer and a phenomenal director. it stars will smith margot robbie jared leto viola davis and others. this is dc comics of the tagline being worst heroes ever pick they have a group of super villains put together to try to save the world. the movie itself has a lot of greatness inside of a decent film. what that translates to is it's pretty good at not great. i use the word frustrating as a way to say i wanted this film to be fantastic. i wanted to be amazing. the cast is great and the concept is great never reaches that level of greatness.
on the positive side jared leto as the joker is phenomenal. margot robbie is fantastic as harley quinn. i wanted more of them together. will smith is great as deadshot. viola davis might be the most evil character and the first half of the movie is great. the music is great and it builds well. cinematography great. on the negative side the villain is not good. he did not care for her villain. the film has total issues it goes back and forth and never has a true confidence in what it wants to be. that's reflected in the third act which does not deliver. but there is a lot of greatness involved and it is worth seeing looked like audience of the galaxy which could be a similar concept that delivered on a higher level. is it as bad as green lantern? no. it's just not a great film but
it's worth seeing if you love the characters. the carrot is what make it work. i give film three in half out of five. that means see a matinee. i missing for the third time this weekend. i thought into the only i've not seen 3-d or imax. david ayer shot the movie on film. it's one of those movies you walk out of and go it could have been so much better. but it's not as bad as everyone else was saying. i don't know. >> next reviews. this weekend you can explore outer space without leaving the ground. it is the annual movato still in it launches this morning visitors can see and touch authentic spacesuits and nasa technology. there also items from the russia space program and special guests include four legendary astronauts nasa flight surgeon. one engineer tells kids that nasa can before anyone has a
need for all professions. >> one of my best friends from nasa is a veterinarian. . he's been in space for pot times as an astronaut. you don't have to be a fighter jockey. >> that is cool. the space festival is free and it draws more than 5000 visitors. it's from 10 am until 4 pm in the on ygnacio boulevard. >> buzz aldrin wrote a book mission to mars a few years ago we had on the show. growing up as a kid you look at the moon walkers and they were heroes. something special. california health officials confirm i have a case of west nile virus coming up what they say about the potential danger of the virus in the state this year.
look to the right. get a close-up. it's like our theme song here. all right. welcome back to mornings on 2. that was a look at highway 4. one of the bands playing at peaches this weekend. >> we have a lot to talk about this morning, and we begin here, the fbi director now weighing in on the current tensions between police and minority groups. >> he is making a speech in san francisco. he admitted, look, there's some problems with the justice system, but also came to the defense of it, and we're going to talk about what he had to say.
outside lands is heading into day two this morning. more than 200,000 people. so just a few of your closest friends expected to attend. >> and some good food there, too. and if you're going, bring a jacket, because it's going to be a little chilly in the park today. let's bring in rosemary and find out what is going on. >> it's cool start out there this morning. might want to take a jacket.
we're looking at a shot of san jose. this will be mostly sunny this area, along with the rest of us. the pattern is not going to change a whole lot. that means 60s at the coast. a lot of 60s and 70s around the bay, and even our warmer locations in the upper 70s to low 80s. 58 in oakland, liver more, and san jose, good morning, 59 degrees for you. here is a look at the forecast. expected to top out at around 63 degrees with the afternoon sea breeze. at sunset, 57 degrees. a cool day for all of us, relatively speaking.
your full forecast is coming up. >> outside land is going to get busy in san francisco. it's going to stay busy all weekend long. >> it's all taking place at golden gate park. it is the 9th year, and is expected to generate a lot of money. tens of millions of dollars of economic benefits, and an estimated $3 million of that will go to the bay area alone. take public transportation, it will save a lot of headaches. >> if you want to go, here is the reward. today's headline, you can go see radio head, dead, and air. tomorrow names are: >> and, yes, security is going to be tight. the tens of thousands or fans
that goring to outside lands do have to go through metal detectors. that's a first this year. san francisco police also will have more officers assigned this year. and the fbi, they'll be there, too, keeping a close eye on the big crowds this weekend. >> always paying attention to these type of events. thankfully at this point, be there's no credible threat we have. >> outside lands officials also asking festival goers to leave those back packs at home, in possible, and that will help with security. you can learn more about the outside lands festival by going to our website, ktvu.com. the mayor of stockton suggesting political enemies may be behind his arrest on thursday. anthony silva is accused of playing strip poker and serving alcohol to a minor at a summer camp last year. officers also say that silva made a recording of that incident. he said they are using the
media to try to keep them from winning his reelection campaign in november. >> i woke up, and there was a reporter at camp, and they were actually there before law enforcement officials showed up to come and pick me up, and to take me to amador county, they processed me. >> he said he will not resign. he also made news when a gun stolen from his home was used in several crimes, including the kill okay of a a 13-month- old boy. he did not report the gun missing until a month after that boy's death. >> a controversial photo and news letter published by the san francisco police officers association. there is a black lab, and a sign that says black labs matter, and a white tog that says all labs matter. >> this is why the public
doesn't want to trust certain people, because these type of tricks are pulled. >> people are going to register that as not acceptable. let's all do better. >> underneath the photo, there's a message in smaller print that was forwarded by a supporter and friend of the union poa. >> in our shared mission to make america great again, i support and endorse our speaker of the house, paul ryan! >> in a push for party unity, donald trump endorsing republican house speaker paul ryan last night after declining to do so just days ago. he endorsed him at a rally in
green bay. that's ryan's home state of wisconsin, where he is running for election. he also endorsed senator john mccain and senator kelly ayotte of new hampshire, who are both battling to keep their seats in their states. meanwhile, hillary clinton spoke at the national association of black and hispanic journalists joint conviction in d'qwell yesterday, promising to work on issues that directly affect minorities. >> rosa parks opened up every society on the bus. now we've got to expand economic opportunity so everyone can afford the fare, and we have to make sure that the bus route reaches every neighborhood and connects families with safe affordable housing and good jobs. >> the democratic presidential nominee also said she knows she has work to do to win over american's trust, but clinton also blamed some of her low ratings on republican attacks, saying she gets higher marks when she is serving in public officials. two new cases of the zika
virus have been confirmed in san francisco, bringing the total number of cases in that city to 10. there are also 10 confirmed cases inial la my did da county. they stress all of the bay area patients contracted that virus while travelingoused of the united states, and say zika is not spreading in the bay area, or in california. meanwhile, california public health officials say an elderly resident is the first confirmed death of the west nile virus this year. >> due to the intensity, and how wide spread the activity is, its something that per happens we're going to continue seeing more human cases being confirmed probably in the next few weeks. >> the west nile virus is transmitted to humans and animals by the bite of an infected mosquito. the risk of serious illness to
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a boxing match tonight at oracle arena. alexander brand has won 25 fights with just one loss. yesterday's professional weigh in took place yesterday. brand is a shade over 173 pounds. ward right at 175. tonight's bout starts at 7:30 tonight. tickets are still available, and you can say high to claudine who will be landslide. ward sun defeated, and tonight he returns to oracle arena in oakland, which, of course, is his hometown. >> i was able to sit down and talk to ward, and he told me why fighting in oakland is so
important. how important is it for are you to do it here at home? >> yeah, it's extremely important. first and foremost, this is a dream of mine. i used to drive past oracle, and wondering if i would ever fight there, much less headline there, and i had my first championship fight in 2009 against kessler, and that kind of opened up the flood gates. fighting at home is as much for the fans as it is for myself. it's a tweet for them. >> row five! we're ringside, baby! >> we bring that big fight atmosphere here to the bay area, and i truly believe we have the best fans in the world, the type of passion, and i like it here. this case keeps me humble, it keeps my browned, and i was born and raised here.
so i don't mind going to the bigger markets to handle business, and always happy to return here. you normally see a lot of big time athletes keep their distance. we show up for each other, and we appreciate each other. guys that were born and raised here like marshawn lynch. i'll have an event, and i'll go to his family first event every year. >> what would you tell kevin durant about the bay area? >> he said there is something different about being in this arena. i think you'll realize once you're part of this bay area, you're part of this life. >> i don't know if you had a favorite experience. i'm sure 2004 was a great year. tell me about that. >> the olympic experience will probably always take preeminence above everything. it wasn't about money, fame, or
notoriety. just for the love of the sport. that was my biggest goal i had he as a young nine-year-old walking into the gym. one day i want to win an olympic gold medal, and my father who passed away used to say you have seven years left, six years left. and a lot has to go right for you to make the team and medal, much less get a gold medal, and for me to represent my country, it will also take precedence over my career. i'm in the history books. so it's a real thing to even think about. even today web when i look at my medal, it's hard to believe that's mine. the professional career has been tremendous, as well, something be i've been groomed to do since i've been a kid, and god has really blessed me with a work ethic, desire to work hard, and he has seen me through, and here i am trying to win more championships at the end of this year. >> how can you not root for
this guy, so well spoken, he's an oakland guy. >> he's so nice. and i've never been to a boxing match, rosemary. >> well, you're in for a treat. >> she's going to have red eyes tomorrow, i think. >> i'll give you guys the wrap up and the highlights. looks like it's going to be a good fight. we have a good day coming our way. we have cloudy skies to start the day. drizzle along the coastline this morning. a live look at the onshore rays with us. a bit breezy through areas near the delta. again, be the deep marine layer, the onshore breeze all equate to temperatures below the seasonal average for today. giving you a view here from up
above. there are the clouds, stacked. yesterday the marine layer was 3,000 feet deep. today 2,000. so we could see quicker clearing as we get into the afternoon. here is a look at the numbers when it comes to the wind. we have an onshore breeze. the gusts has dropped off some in the last half hour or so, but in any event, the system responsible for our cool weather pattern, the low here, and you can see the trough right about there, and that's going to continue with the onshore breeze. 58 in oakland right now. 57 in napa. upper 50s, low 60s for the south bay. 61 in mountain view. let's shift to the east bay and look at a few more numbers here. low-to-mid 50s in la fayette.
the futurecast mod logical show you that -- model will show you that the clouds are burning back. we'll be cool today for are outdoor land. 70s and 80s for our inland cities. atypical for august. but take a look at the red. shifting into the south bay for today, san jose, you'll go to 76. you're extended forecast, slightly warmer for the back end of your weekend. and you do like the heat, it's coming back. tuesday looks like it's going to be the warmer day, and then
we begin a shift. a back to school giveaway in 20 minutes. we'll talk about this event going on. >> you're going to find the petaluma music festival today. the event also features fine craft beers, wine tasting, and a whole lot of food vendors up there. live music from noon until 9:30 tonight. it will be held at the sonoma ma run fairgrounds. go check it out, and we'll be right back.
memorial ceremony. >> today several events are going to be held commemorating the bombing of people who died. we are talking to paul in hiroshima. good morning. >> thanks for having me. >> thanks for being here. tell us about the mood. it's obviously been a long time. when you talk about the history and what it did to the country, and how significant it was, is there a different mood in the country during these memorials? >> yeah, it's very somber. it's about 50,000 people attend in person, and then millions watch on television, as always the prime minister speaks this year. we had the u.n. secretary speak. it's about a 50-minute affair. it's quite somber, and the japanese take it very
seriously. but there is also a bit of a different mood since president obama did visit hiroshima this year, and they look forward to a time when they don't see nuclear weapons anywhere in the world. >> some survivors are still with us, but that was a big event on those two days some 71 years ago. what is the feeling in hiroshima this time of year? >> the survivors most are now in their 80s. they are very forgiving people. i've been to japan were now five times, and they don't hold any ill will actually towards us at all. they really want to focus their energies to make sure another nuclear weaponnen is never used again. >> how much of an effort has that grown. you mentioned president obama's visit and where the discussion has gone now and where it's headed. >> well be, we've come a long way since the height of the
cold war, there was some 120,000 nuclear war heads. we're now down to 15,000, 90% of which are held by russia and the u.s. so we're getting closer to that zero number, but we still have some significant steps to take, and we're hoping that obama will take a couple of more steps before he leaves office in the next five months. >> a very solemn day in japan. paul, thank you for taking time out to chat with us this morning. we lost paul, but thank you very much. we'll be right back. say if there, folks.
the onshore breeze is with us. you can see the tree there just blowing. if you're going to outdoor land, upper 50ss to low 60s the entire day, and the afternoon sea breeze. you know that's a cool day out at golden gate park. take a look at this forecast foreign oakland. it's going to be a mild one. by noontime, 65 grows. topping out around 67. if you're going to the a's game, a beautiful day to be sitting in the stand. temperatures will warm up as we get into the back half of your weekend. a detailed look at the afternoon highs for today and the extended forecast in just a bit. >> here are some of the top stories we're covering this
saturday. officials in chicago releasing this footage. cow can hear a deadly -- you can hear the deadly shooting. an 18-year-old suspect was ramming police cars while trying to flee, and then he fled from the car, and was shot, and later died. his family is now suing the city and the police department. >> and mayor anthony silva opening up about his arrest for allegedly playing strip poker and serving alcohol to a minor last year. he said it's all a part of trying to ruin his chances at reelection in november. >> tens of thousands of fans heading to the big event at
golden gate park. and french government officials say at least 13 people have been killed, six others injured. this happened at a fire at a neighborhood bar. here is some new video from overnight where it happened. it is a city in normandy northwest of paris. investigators believe flames spread from candles on a birthday cake during a private party in the basement of that bar. the victims are all young, between the ages of 18 and 25. >> court hearing held earlier today for a 19-year-old suspect accused of wednesday's stabbing rampage. he faces one count of murder and five counts of attempted murder. his next court appearance is tuesday. investigators say he's been
suicidal lately, but they have not found any links to terrorism. >> one of the victims who survived that attack is this man. retired san jose firefighter marty honish. he is doing well and remains with his wife on vacation in england. on a facebook post, he called attack unreal. ktvu video from 1999 showing him being rescued from a building in san jose after the roof collapsed while fighting a fire. he fractured his pelvis. he now lives in nevada. the sheriff's deputy who hot and killed 13-year-old andy lope network 2013 has received a promotion. >> some people may be concerned with me pro mosing deputy gelhouse, but i want everyone to know he is high layoffed. >> the centurylink county
sheriff acknowledged that -- theisms county shive acknowledge -- acknowle san jose police are asking for help finding three people all involved in a carjacking on deer meadow court. investigators say this video it was recorded just before the carjacking. you can see the footage showing a man and woman getting out of that gray sedan on the left, trying to open some other car
door there are. officers say moments later that vehicle sped away. police say the man and the woman are considered accomplices. fire crews continue to make progress battling that huge fire south of carmel. the fire has now grown to more than 54,000 acres, is now 40% contained, thanks in part to cooler weather along california's central coast. crews are also fighting fire with fire. >> it's not fire, it's just back down those winds perfectly. that's how we like to be able to fight fire with fire. >> the wildfire between the carmel valley and big sur has been burning for more than two weeks. one bulldozer operator was killed while operating on the fire lines. the fire has also destroyed 57 homes. another fire, fire crews are
making progress. that fire has now burned 5300 acres. containment has jumped to 35%, mostly thanks to cooler temperatures, decreasing winds, and those great firefighters out. >> the fire started tuesday afternoon west of the town of winters. police are trying to determine how an unloaded winchester rifle wound up at the mccar thursday bus station in oakland. the rifle was found in a case underneath a bench at the savings on thursday morning. police say the rifle does not appear to have been involved in any crime. investigators are now checking bart stations surveillance video in their attempt to find the owner of that rifle. >> santa clara county courts are preparing for limitedder is have again next week after clerks walked off the job for a third day in a row on friday. more than 300 employees picketed san jose yesterday.
they say the workers haven't had a raise in 8 years. the court said it has offered a 9 and a half percent raise, but the clerks want an additional 3%. meanwhile they say the court spent millions for a new building. >> the court administration chose to spend its money on this extravagance instead of these workers you see here today. >> spirit court's spokesperson said the building construction was already underway before the contract despite dispute ever began. the county said that central court functions will continue despite a skeletal staff. >> even though california is still in a drought, you can still have a luscious green garden. >> we have tips on how you can conserve water, yet industrial your garden of eden. >> we have a live report from concord. christien, i'm hoping you'll come to my house after this is
over and get to work. >> reporter: i'll tell you what, i'm going to go home, get some gloves, we'll get some trowels, by the time we're done, your garden is going to be a showcase. it will be perfect. >> all right, let's do it. >> i'm next in line. >> i'm ready to go, ready to put some work in. so we are talking about keeping your garden looking beautiful, and ways to save water while doing it, and, guess what, there's ways to save money doing it, as well. we are showing off this beautiful drought tolerant garden you guys have here. this is what people can have near their home. >> exactly. we have a rebate program. people can get a dollar a square foot to convert a water thirsty on into a landscape like this.
overhead irrigation put this water out, it evaporates and runs off. jay couple of options. if you have a traditional sprinkler system, and you're converting to a water-wise landscape, drip irrigation is clearly the way to go. >> so the water would come out of these little holes. >> exactly. it is built right into this pipe, and you just pop these in, it's quite simple. >> for those who aren't exactly a convert on wanting to see a garden are like this, maybe they want to keep their lawns, there are ways to make even that regular sprinkler system more efficient and work better, right? >> exactly. so the traditional pop-up sprinkler has a showerhead. they make a nozzle like this now called a rotator nozzle that puts the water down about half as fast as the spray head, so it doesn't run off the soil. they're really efficient, and
that's an easy convert to do your lawn. >> so folks can get tips like that, and can also get a consult with a landscape designer to get a beautiful garden like this here today at the contra costa water district head quarters. >> yeah, so we have a conference kay from 9:00 to noon, a workshop, how to design, do drip irrigation, and get into the reward programs. >> claudine wants us to come by and do her explain her garden a little later on. so we'll ask you to glove up, bring up the equipment. you're on the hook. >> vince on this. >> reporter: all right. you -- >> christien is on this. >> reporter: all right, you heard it here. claudine, you're garden is going to be perfect. you will be able to put it in one of those lawn and garden
magazines. flying with your pet just got a little easier. coming up, what one l.a. airport is doing to help you and your pup get some relief without having to leave the terminal. >> and a 15-year-old girl getting ready to go back to school is helping others in the east bay. we'll talk a about her effort to get school supplies to a lot of 0 kids who don't normally get them. it's all coming your way.
than anyone else in the country. the united states postal service. priority: you we're already a week in august. typically means it's time to get the kids ready to go back to school. >> some kids actually already back in class. the rest will be heading in over the next month. so we'll dive back into school with several topics. >> on monday, we'll be talk about transitioning your children out of 0 summer mode back into the classroom, and on wednesday, we have an allergists coming in to discuss different allergies and food options to be aware of. >> thursday we talk school supplies by introducing you a teacher who raised money to pie supplies for his students. so is tune in all next week.
lary is a wilson is a sophomore at antioch high school. she joins us live overskip this morning to tell us about a special school supply giveaway. good morning. >> good morning. >> well, you were stuffing the bus. tell us about the program, and what you are about to do. >> started about three years ago, and it was really small the first time i joined a youth foundation, and i feel like ever since then, it's gotten really big. i did it for one school, and eventually people from other schools started to show up. >> that's amazing. tell us about some pretty cool stuff. people have really responded. >> reporter: yes, people in my community have responded very positively. they have donated money and the warriors and donated the
supplies, and back packs for me this year. for some kids, they tonight get that stuff, so you're really helping out. >> reporter: well, i'm a product of a low income family, and i know what it's like to binge on school supplies is try to get the things i need to be successful. i was always the kid in school that was too prepared. >> tell us how this works for people. how sit going to work for everyone? >> reporter: well, the event starts at 11:00. so it's first come, first serve, the children have to be
be with the parent in order to receive the back pack, and then we still have other back packs, as well, and school supplies, so they can come out and shop. people can bring donations and put it in the bus. >> and it must do your heart a world of good to know that kids who would have not supplies are getting them. >> yes, itself makes me feel so amazing to know that i help people. >> your mom must be so proud. i know she is, because she sent me a note, and a maizing that you're doing all of this for your community. you should be very proud of yourself. >> thank you. >> and good luck on the event today. >> thank you so much. >> have a good school year. you ready to go back to school? >> not yet. >> gotcha! >> i'm just ready to keep
continuing maintaining my 4.0. >> wow. what is your career goal? what do you want to do? ? i want to be a model, and i also want to be a motivational speaker, and i want to go out in my community, maybe create an organization that helps the community. >> i love these kids who are doing so much. good for her. so inspiring. give her good weather out in antioch. >> it's going to be gorgeous weather.
53 right now in santa rosa. these numbers very similar to yesterday. the low clouds will be with us through the morning hours, and then they're going to people back, and we'll be left with the inland sunshine, as well as the nice mild weather. the onshore breeze is generally light out there. for your afternoon today, 60 degrees expected for alfred --
pacifica. and again, our inland communities touching low 80s for the second half. here is a look at the second part of your forecast. afternoon sunshine, and temperatures will come up just a few degrees. low-to-mid 80s expected in the forecast for tomorrow. low 70s across the bay. low 60s at the coast. when you get back to work on monday, temperatures continuing to climb. upper 80s to near 90 degrees by tuesday. it doesn't last, though. all in all a good next few days. great for the firefighters, and everyone else. >> time now 8:51. lax is becoming more animal friendly. take a look.
passengers have complained it's difficult to take care of their pet before they need a bit of a potty break. so the airport is introducing rest rooms for your dog. the relief areas are past security checkpoints and inside 8 of their terminals. the animal rest rooms can also be used by k-9 teams and the therapy dogs. lacrosse iraq with more therapy dogs -- lax with more therapy dogs than anywhere in the country. >> time now is 8:52. an amusement park gets ready to inveil a new ride that is designed for people who don't get enough of a thrill from riding a traditional roller coaster.
suspended a long-time employee for planting a hid hen camera at the team's weight room. a player found the camera, and then reported it to the players' union, so the a's have hire and a independent law firm to investigate, and is the result offerings that investigation are supposed to be released to the players on monday. >> the a's are hosting the cubs, who are looking for their first world series since 1908. last night didn't take long to get on the score board at the coliseum. dexter foul person say good-bye to that ball. that's a homer. cubs beat up thear inspection game one of the series 7-2. they'll play again tonight. how about the giants?
their post all-star game slide continues. they have now lost 14 of 19 since the break. latest loss came last night against the washington nationals. the nats scored two runs in the first. they didn't need another run after that. >> one is a legendary owner of the red and gold, and another wearing silver and black. eddie debartolo will be presented in tonight'ser is more than by his old 0est daughter, lisa.
and raiders great, kenny stabler will be inducted posthumously. he was the nfl mvp for the 1974 season. he was a hall of fame finalist three times before passing away last year at the age of 69 from complications from colon cancer. his youngest daughter said tonight's enshrinement is bittersweet. >> too bad they could have not got him in while he was still with us. that would have been nice. what a quarterback he was. well, the demon roller coaster at six flags america is about to get a high tech facelift. >> the amusement park has announced it is going to debuttist no virtual reality ride in san jose and it's other parks next week. roller coaster riders put on a special headset and embark on an interactive experience. it all happens during the
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>> good morning. >> catch your breath. >> catch my breath. ready for a good day? >> aren't we all. >> any weekend day is a good day, but it's kind of nice when we have it nice and mild with sunshine. >> let's talk first about what we have on tap on the show. we have a lot to talk about this morning. >> the fbi directer is now weighing in on the current tensions between police and minority groups. >> that's right. he made a speech in san francisco, and, you know, he says, okay, yes, there are some problems with the justice system, he did admit that, but also came to the defense of the justice system. and we'll tell you what he had to say about that. and we also have these two guys at oracle tonight. big fight tonight. >> yeah, it's fight night at
upper 50s, low 60ed the entire day. if you are going to outdoor land, prepared for this. gray skies, the onshore breeze. that breeze will kick up for the second half of e day. 62 degrees in mountain view right now, 58 in oakland. mostly sunny skies away from the coast. 63 the afternoon high today in san francisco. upper 60s if oakland, where the a's will be playing. low 80s in liver more, where i think there's a wine tasting going on. temperatures will continue to climb as we get back to work on monday. i'll have a look at the extended forecoming up there.
>> let's look more at things getting underway. it will be busy all weekend. >> yeah, it's taking players at golden gate park, expected to generate tens of millions of dollars in economic benefits for the city. >> here is what is on tap for today. radiohead, zedd, and air. sunday, more big names. one thing to note, security is going to be tight. san francisco police said they are having more security an usual, and the fbi will also keep a close eye on the crowds this weekend.
>> thankfully at this point, there's no credible threat that we have. >> outside lands officials also asking festivalgoers leave those back pax at home, if you be can. it will make things a little safer. you can learn more about this outdoor lands festival on the front page of ktvu.com. >> there is a public outcry in chicago as dramatic footage is released of a deadly confrontation last month between police and an unarmed black teen suspected of driving a stolen car. officers fired at 18-year-old suspect paul o'neal, as hiramed police vehicles trying to escape. he was later chased down into a yard in the backyard of a home. police shown handcuffing him while he was face down and
bleeding. his friends and family say there was no justifiable reason for him to lose his life. >> if he did steel that car, that is for the courts to decide, but instead, the police officers decided to be the judge and execute him, the way that they did. >> officers fired at least 15 shots at him as he drove away. authorities say o'neal died from a gunshot wound to the back. the family accuses the officer that shot him of turning off his cam body camera. >> a group of african-american leaders angry about a controversial photo in a news letter presented by the san francisco police officers association. here is the photo. it shows two dogs. you have the black lab wearing the sign that says black labs matter and the white dog that
said all labs matter. police sergeant yolanda williams is not a member of the black lives matter movement, but said as a black woman, she does find that picture offensive. >> am i no more important than a dog? i'm insulted by that. >> now, underneath the photo, there's some small print that said that was forwarded bay friend and supporter of the poa. we e-mailed and called the police union, and did not get back a response. in our shared mission, to make america great again, i support and endorse our 0 speaker of the house, paul
ryan! >> that was donald trump endorsing paul ryan last night, after refusing to do so a few days earlier. trump also changed his mind and endorsed arizona senator john mccain and senator kelly ayotte out of new hampshire, who are both battling to keep their senate seats. >> hillary clinton spoke and at a national association of black and hispanic journalists convention, promising to work on issues that directly affect minorities. >> rosa parks opened up every seat on the bus. now we've got to expand economic opportunity so everyone can afford the fair. and we have to make sure are the bus route reaches every neighborhood and connects families with safe affordable housing and good jobs. >> the democratic presidential nominee also said she knows she has work to do so win over
american's trust. she also blames some of her low ratings on republican attacks, saying she gets higher marks when she is serving in public office. public health officials have confirmed two new cases of the zika virus in san francisco. that brings the total number of cases in the city of san francisco to 10. health officials say there are also 10 confirmed cases in alameda county. they say zika is not spreading in the state of california. an elderly sacramento resident is the state's first confirmed death from west nile this year. it is spreading amongst insects and animals across california this year. due to the intensity and how wide spread the activity
is, its something we're perhaps going to see more human cases be confirmed probably in the next few weeks. >> it is transmitted to animals and humans by the bite of an infected mosquito. the risk of serious ill tons most people is low. >> one of the bay areas most popular athletes takes the stage tonight at oracle. >> andre ward! >> boxing champ andre ward puts his perfect 29-0 record up against alexander brand who has lots only one bout in his career. the traditional weigh in was held yesterday. today's fight starts at 7:30 at oracle. this is a tune-up for ward's big pay day in november.
right now is a perfect time to start looking into beach vacations for the end of summer, or if you can come back from a trip, there are some great deals out there through the end of the year, as well. to talk about some of those tropical deals, along with some of the concerns you might have those destinations, dave joins us now. a lot of people worried a about the zika virus. when we think about some hoff these tropical destinations, is that a concern? >> it is. there are now 40 countries where there is active zika transition. for folks like you and me, that might not be a concern. certainly for pregnant woman, and mail partners of women who are attempting to get pregnant, that is an issue. summer is a time when a lot of these places go on sale, so
there's just an unusual bevy of situations for people to deal with these warning as they come, and certainly play their cards smartly. lots begin with hawaii. hawaii is not on this list. it's not a concern there. ask this is the time of year where prices start to come down. we see prices peak now. prices will go down very nicely. there's a place on the big island of hawaii, i think this is more of a a couples getaa way. there on the shores of the big island. just a beautiful see collided spot. >> you hadmy with hawaii.
>> >> caribiian and latin america. >> mexico, first of all, the dollar very strong against the mexican peso, which means you're eating quite well for just a couple of bucks. but on that list, that has resulted in some very good bargains. this is pour too vallarta. an ocean view room, 350 bucks daily -- 50 bucks daily in resort credits. puerto rico hit also with zika concerns, but that has resulted in many resorts offering sales. wu pay for two nights and get four in many hotels out there. that is a promotion that is starting to work nicely.
this is a beautiful golfers resort geta away, this is an all inclusive property. $300 per couple per night. places like nicaragua also seeing deep discounts, as well. naturally we see sales for these destinations, but it's a good bargain now. >> let's go to europe. a lot he of terrorism threats and france in particular. is that hindering people from going over there? >> we did a survey at the beginning of the summer, and 80% of people said they were staying domestic. and the many reason was security concerns. with zika when it came to
tropical travel, and because of security in europe, in particular. july and august, which are peak travel times to europe was an unusual sort of opening for bargains out there. pairs and i london and milan, and venice and roam, we're seeing four and five star hotels well under $200 a night now. and airfare bargains as well, particularly for upper class travel. business class, first class tickets. >> well, as they say, it's time to get away, right? claudine, back over to you.
>> a view here at gray skies. that's where we're starting this morning. east pay, north pay, along the person insue la. even some patchy drizzle to start the afternoon there. as we get into the afternoon, though, we will have some sunshine. here is another view of oakland and the tribune tower there. these numbers are similar to yesterday. for the afternoon, will be similar, as well. if you're going out to golden gate park for outside lands, upper 50s to low 60s for the entire day. the onshore breeze is going to make it really, really cool. so make sure you plan ahead and dress warm, or at least have a jacket. temperatures today and you're repeats, mostly sunny skies, away from the coastline, as we get into sunday, slightly warmer. and then by monday, upper 80s, back to 90 degrees on tuesday.
it's hard to gripe about this weather. >> i agree, though, i like to see the sunshine first thing in the morning. >> yeah, you can sleep in and then snug until. not a bad deal. >> 9:21. more than 40 people were injured last night after a fence collapsed during a snoop dogg concert in new jersey. you have to look at that angle. it's really scary when you think aboutal of the people there leaning against it. it happened in new jersey. dozens of fans tumbled to the ground. actually a gap between the audience and the stage. concert organizers quickly stopped the performances. investigators are still trying to figure out what caused that collapse. >> ager in the city of
welcome back. a monument called remembering our heros, remember our heros. hundreds of names of liver more military veterans in front of the veteran memorial building. last week, someone ripped 19 endeprived bricks off the wall. they were discovered cracked and stacked in a pile. >> you just swell up with anger, because we spent so much time building this thing for the community, and making it nice for our veterans, and for the families that have veterans in their families.
>> the veterans say they have no idea why they were targeted. they're considering installing is a security camera at that memorial site. >> the a's said a strength and continuing coach, michael admits to planting a hidden camera in the weight training room. players found the camera, reported it to the union. the a's hired an independent law firm to investigate. findings expected to be released on monday. >> the cubs are in town, and they are looking to win their first world series since 19008. last night, didn't take long to get on the board. that's dexter fowler leading off the game with a home run.
john lester was pretty solid. they'll play again tote e today. >> the giants, where they're post all-star game, their slide conditions. they have lost 14 of 19 since the break. their latest came against the washington natural as. that scored two runs in the first. did not need another run after that. the nationals knocked off the giants 5-1. despite losing, the giants are still up two games over the dodgers. >> the east palo alto vest value will be this afternoon. you can enjoy soulful music, crafts, and vendors. the east by, you'll find the cultural vest federal featuring music, performances, dancing.
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the winds generally light, a gust to about 30 miles per hour this morning. that has come down some. still blowing, about 20. 59 in liver more, around the bay, 59 in high ward. head south. 62 in mountain view, and 60 in san jose. patchy drizzle once again. for your afternoons, 6s at the post. 70s to low 80s expected for inland cities with the afternoon see breeze. when i come back, we'll have a look at the afternoon highs and the extended forecast coming up. >> thanks so much. let's look at outside lands. more than 200,000 fans are expected to attend outside lands this weekend.
and did the mayor of stockton, anthony silva, is opening up about his arrest at a summer camp last year for allegedly playing strip poker, but the mayor insists he's innocent. he said it's a political dirty trick to run were his reputation and a chance of winning re-election in november. >> and the controversial news letter is in the paper for the police association. the picture shows two dogs, one is black, one is white. the black lab has a sign that says black labs matter. as you can see, the white dog has a sign that says all labs matter. we reached out to the police union for a comment, but did not get a response. >> and friend were government officials say at least 13 people have been killed, six others injured in a fire that happened at a neighborhood bar.
as a firefighter, in this fire he fractured his pelvis. >> the sheriff's deputy who shot and killed andy lopez has receive is add promotion. >> some people may be concerned with me promoting deputy gelhouse, but i want everyone to know he is feely qualified. >> you just heard from the sonoma county sheriff acknowledging that gelhouse had been promoted to sergeant. for more than a year, the task force worked on recommendations for are the department. >> you could argue that he made a mistake and most of us, when we make mistakes, we lose them, but he was rewarded, and that's just a slap in the face.
investigators are say this surveillance video was reported justify before the carjacking, showing a man and woman getting out of that gray sedan, trying to open up other car doors, and then that sped' way from the victim's vehicle. the person who drove off in the victims car is described as white or a latino man. >> fire crews in monterey county continue to make progress battling that huge fire south of carmel, which has grown to more than 54,000 acres. crews are also fighting fire with fire.
>> not fire, just backing down those winds perfectly. that's how we like to be able to fight fire with fire. crews are making progress on the coal fire. cal fire said it has burned 5300 acres, but containment has jumped to 35% thanks to cooler temperatures and declines winds. >> and police are trying to determine how an up loaded winchester rifle ended up at the mccarture bus station. it was found to be in a case underneath a bench at the station. police say the rifle does out in appear to have not involved in any crime.
>> and santa clara county courts are preparing for next week. more than 300 employees picketed in san jose yesterday. union says workers haven't had a raise in 8 years. the court said it has offered a 9.5% raise, but the clerks are want an additional 3%. mean while, they say the court spent millions to build a new building. >> the court administration chose to spend its money on this extravagance, instead of these workers you see here today. >> a superior court spokesperson says the building construction was underway long before the contract dispute ever began. the county said essential court functions will continue despite a skeleton staff advertise week. >> water districts across california are reminding residents that the state
drought isn't over. >> not over yet. so while the conditions are better here, officials are still urging folks to conserve as much as they can. christian, good morning. >> that's part of the whole idea here, right. we're in this beautiful love garden, and the goal is to convert from to a more drought tolerant garden like we see here. >> this is water that's not just running down the drain, so to speak. >> that's right. we're trying to help people adopt really long-term conservation practices to help
out with our water system. so people save water, as well as money. >> and this is really a great idea for people to come here and get great understands, and install a fan like this at home. >> that's right. right now we have the practical aspects. a lot of people think of a water-wise garden as something that is not pretty, but there are a lot of options with the plants. i think a lot of people want to do the right thing, but there's a way for them really to make some money off of this, too, and really capitalize on the fact that you are insent vising people to switch >> that's right.
contra costa customers can qualify up to a dollar per square foot. for a littled time, the state is matching that dollar per dollar. a lot of people, they don't exactly know how to do that. so we also offer rebate for design assistance, so we can provide a designer. >> and if you are thinking about changing over, two grand is a sizable chunk taken out of that. >> it really helps out, yeah. >> guys, this is what you wind up getting.
if you look through here, you can see there's lots of purples, and there's greens, and there's yellow, and there's these really beautiful flowering plants here, and this is, keep in mind, we're approaching fall, so these are starting to end their really beautiful time, and this, it's still, i'll tell you guys, it's really gorgeous out here. >> all right. the blooming season has come and gone. i believe that's what he's saying. >> yeah, and i think you probably start to get spoiled. >> so is my folks have done this with their are yard. they did this years ago. their lawn and garden always looks beautiful. beautiful flowering plants, and a lot of california native spiez. so it's really nice. >> looks great. thank you, christien. >> hundreds of teenagers gathered in front of san jose
city hall yesterday wrapping up their summer program called s.j. works yesterday they got together to celebrate all of their accomplishments. this is the second summer for the program. nearly 70 employee are and 70 kids, and many say the tint was a blessing. >> i was getting into trouble at school ask stuff, so it helped me stay productive in the southern. >> for many kids, this is the difference between a path to a rap sheet, or a path to an education. >> 9:43. it is that time of inquire are
again. can you believe shift in summer break sending. little ones going back to school, which means a whole new schedule. time is a premium for parents. up next, time saving, easy to cook, delicious, and nutrition back to school meals. there's nothing like trying something new. especially when it comes to snacking. that's why we're introducing cheese dippers.
>> i always start with things we like to eat in our family. as you'll see here, i've got a list of what's in he our pantries. i create a very short list of grocery items that will show up in the kids lunches, too. so you're not waiting anything, working in season. i would great this on a cheese greater, put them in a step look bag, and can use them for the next three days. that would save time for you.
if you would like to help me, what i do, teaches kids all summer at young chefs. we have the kids help us build these. the strategy is to build a rainbow pop so we have carrot and bell peper in there. you're welcome to try one of these. we finished it, just baked it for you this morning. and you can give kids some options. but since it's a raven boy be, we have to use up as many colors as possible. all you do is add a little bit of egg on top.
they'll rise in the oven, like you can see here with our carrot frees. 15 minutes estimate they're kicking. these will show up again. what i love about this is that on sunday, as well, i have cooked these 7 minutes, and then i actually wash them twice in cold water, so wash some of the starch off. those are already done. it's tuesday night and i want to make soup and noodles, i'll take some pantry ingredients. i have added a little already. woe have to have some commitment in if our family dinners. and now we are just going to build a bowl. you always want to think about texture, color, and crunch for kids. >> i'll have to remember that.
and then i'll put some noodles in your bowl, and is you're welcome to build that bar. if you think of it like a kaleidoscope, you can start to add elements here. >>s that looks awesome. >> we're running out of time, but you're doing classes. telling me about that quickly before we go. you can have mine here. in september, we're going to be in four nevada elementary schools with our project. so if you're viewers would like to get involved. we'll, teaching 2,000 kids how to make home-made tomato sauce.
>> that sounds great. >> you can join our mission. >> your food is so great. and happy birthday to your husband, his birthday tomorrow. >> that's right, jim. >> happy birthday, jim! >> we'll send it back over there. thank you, claudine. >> thank you. >> and you can pass the food over here, too. >> i'll build a bowl for you. >> there we go. something about this ship makes you hungry. how about some weather it's in starting to clear up a little bit. let's check in with rosemary, who is aungry, too. >> there is actually a third person. >> i say another bowl over there. >> yes, we have good weather coming our way for your saturday. if you like it, unseasonablely cool, well, have a nice one coming. we have some mostly clear skies starting to move through. how about the east bay.
we have 54 degrees right now in santa rosa. upper 50s in livermore. 60 degrees in san jose. temperatures have been tough to budge, but that's go it will change as we get in through the next couple of hours. we'll see some nice weather for the afternoon. here is a look at the footprint, as far as the cloud cover that remains. even some patchy drizzle at the coastline this morning. i can see a few pockets here along the coastal range. s they has actually pulled back over the last hour. to the east pay we go, oakland, haves, fremont, stretching all the way to liver more. looks like it's thinning out in your neighborhood, and then stretches down to the south bay of san jose. 20 miles per hour the onshore
breeze in fairfield, oakland reporting 12, and we're call in santa rosa, as well. not going to shift, at least not for the next couple of days. the trough right over california. that will continue our onshore breeze and continue our unseasonablely cool weather. we're looking at 50s and low 60s. 54 in areas right around santa rosa. if you're going to see the a's play this afternoon, go to be a nice day. 65 degrees expected right about game time, and 66 in berkeley. for the north pay, 76 in santa rosa. going to be cool at the coast. going to be cool at outside lands, and we will have the afternoon sea breeze. 73 for mountain view. 83 expected at morgan hill for today. here is your extended forecast. temperatures will warm a bit for sunday. a bigger jump in numbers coming monday, tuesday, when our inland communities get back up
to the 80s, near 90 degrees. temperatures will fall back to about 84 degrees by wednesday. meanwhile, around the bay, a lot of 70s. 60s remaining at the coast. >> i'm happy to tell you, rose mary, your noodle dish is ready, although you may never see it. >> two local greats inducted into the hall of fame. up next, more on tonight's ceremony that highlights the glory days of both the 49ers and the raiders. why are you deleting these photos?
one of the world's most famous chefs is helping to celebrate the 50th anniversary of cesars palace in las vegas. gored were ramsey used a torch to light up the coliseum. the celebration also included a spectacular fireworks show that lit up the vegas sky. >> and tonight, there will be the pro football hall of fame ensome is ryanmenter is more than. we'll recall some of the glory days. eddie debartolo owned the 49ers for 23 years starting in 1977, and built a dynasty, winning 5 super bowls. he is going to be presented in tonight'ser is more than by his oldest daughter lisa.
and raiders great kenny "the snake" stabler will be inducted posthumously. he was the nfl mvp for the 1974 season. he was a hall of fame finalist three times before passing away last year at the age of 69 from complications from colon cancer. his daughter said it is bittersweet. >> should have been three or four years ago, but glad he got in. kenny "the snake." he was the best. >> we're starting to clear up maybe a little bit? >> yeah, nice weather out there. the sun is beginning to pool through. temperatures for today, 60s at the coast, low 70s -- round the bay. slightly warmer for tomorrow, and even warmer as we get to work on mourn, but we're not talking about monday and work. we're going to enjoy the
weekend. >> some breaking news to tell you as we leave you, san francisco firefighters battling a two alarm fire in a vacant building in the miguel district. we'll keep an eye on that for you today. >> yeah, much more coming you were tonight at 6:00. check us out at ktvu.com, too, but in the meantime, enjoy your is saturday, everybody. >> see you tomorrow.
- [voiceover] on this episode of xploration outer space, (piano music) with the solar system full of danger, somebody has to lead the way. enter the robots. we'll meet robots who can lift, draw, drive, and even a few that you can wear. we're going to the extremes, and bringing a few friends along with us, on xploration outer space. (light rock music) - i'm emily calandrelli, and i'm at johnson space center in houston, texas, where over the next 30 minutes we'll go meet "people" like robonaut, roboglove, x1, and athlete. but before we go meet them, let's find out why robots are so vital to exploration. (electronic music) outer space, the most hostile environment imaginable.