tv KTVU Mornings Weekend Edition FOX August 20, 2016 7:00am-10:01am PDT
it is the weekend. good morning and welcome to mornings on 2. it is saturday, august 20. >> let's get to the weekend forecast shortly. first let's look at the top stories. evacuees are finally being permitted back home in lake county after the clayton fire ravaged thousands of acres. >> what they're going home to is the big question. many lost everything. they lost homes and everything in it. the fire is now 75% contained earlier from some homeowners out he left his heart in san francisco but some 55 years
later he is still singing stronger >> that will be tony bennett. celebrating his 90th birthday at at&t park is now a fixture outside the fairmont hotel in bronze. a big day for tony. we're going to talk about him as well. sunset magazine derailing its ideal house here in the bay area >> if you need some help with hip and trendy ideas to spruce up your home, we have some ideas for you. another beautiful weekend here in the bay area. it's a little dark outside. >> it's a good day to sleep in. >> i slept longer than my alarm wanted. i need coffee this morning and hopefully you are up and
watching with your favorite beverage. we're looking at temperatures similar to yesterday. notice the haze in the sky. a bit orange as we start the morning. the smoke is still hanging around at least for another day. air quality close to the ground is good. there is no >> the air day today. 55 half moon bay. upper 50s san francisco. upper 60s mountain view. the low clouds in the marine layer between 1500 feet and 2000 feet. for the afternoon it's clearing back to the coast and mostly cloudy temperatures will look like this. 91 antioch. 87 concord. upper 60s around the bay. mid-60s for san francisco and in the south bay 79 for san jose. cooling into the back end of
your weekend but only subtle changes in the extended forecast. this morning investigators are searching for the cause of a fire at a commercial building in oakland. it was reported before 10 pm last night. not far from the oakland coliseum bart station. fire crews shot video at the scene. you can see the flames coming out of the roof and you have the smoke billowing in the air no reports of injuries but the flames caused major damage to the building. fire crews continue to make progress on a huge fire burning in southern california in san bernardino county. the blue cut fire is now 40% contained up from 26% yesterday afternoon. there are making progress but the 37,000 acres wildfire has taken a devastating toll. the fire has destroyed nearly 100 homes and 200 other buildings since it began on
tuesday. tens of thousands of people remain under evacuation orders but frustrated firefighters say many homeowners have been ignoring the orders. cal fire has lifted the last evacuation order for the community of lower lake which was devastated in the past few weeks by the clayton fire these pictures were taken when disaster -- fire first broke out last weekend. cal fire says 3900 acres have been destroyed and clear lake resident damin pashlik is behind bars charged with arson in connection with that clayton fire and other smaller fires in the area. many people living in the devastated town of lower lake are getting the first look at the rubble left behind. thom miller shows a some of the heartbreaking scenes. >> it's all gone. >> reporter: kevin davis returning home at finding there's not much to come back to >> with a couple of wrenches
probably not tempered anymore. all gone. >> reporter: he and his wife katie are among hundreds of homeowners sifting through the ashes. >> shocked at how little made it >> devastation. only one place left. everyone else is burned and long. >> reporter: in total one there 89 homes were lost including nearly everything inside of them but they are still hope for finding precious valuables >> for katie it is jewelry. mothers pearls are in there. a neighbor west -- wes baker lost something precious. his cap is she's assignees she's really old and sweet. she sleeps on me. >> reporter: helping people are firefighters. this group from lincoln longer
battling flames but instead sorting through the destruction on there hands and knees >> this is our chance to come back which is rare with the homeowners as they return to find what is left or what might be remaining although so much is known gone, dean is already looking ahead. >> we're not quitters. we will rebuild. that's what we're going to do. >> reporter: buildings can be replaced but it's the people that make this place home.'s >> that was thom miller reporting. the clayton fire now 75% contained. there is another fire burning in california. this is in san luis obispo. the chimney fire has burned 12,000 acres and has destroyed 32 homes. the fire is 35% contained and one firefighter was injured while fighting and taken by helicopter to the hospital. no word on his condition. another weekend of bart track closures it could set travel back a bit. trains will not run between
glen park and daly city but instead pastors can take a shuttle between the stations we talk with bart spokesperson about the project. >> the biggest this is confusing it get on a train and they tend jeff to get off and wait for another train and that makes you get off again and get on a bus. it's confusing. we have many volunteers out to show you where to go. >> this is the third of seven weekends of closures to run through mid-october as part upgrades its tracks passengers going to sfo in millbrae should add an extra one hour to there trip. a caregiver and her husband from san mateo county are behind bars accused of robbing one of her own patients. on sunday the couple broke into the home and placed a pillow over the 75-year-old victim's face and tied her wrists. they then ransacked her home and took an unknown amount of cash victim told police she
recognized her caregiver's voice and the suspects were arrested thursday and booked on felony charges. the bay area showed strong job growth last month especially in the east bay. or the 26,000 jobs were added across the bay area in july. 9600 of those were in the east bay. that's the biggest increase in the east bay since september 2010. santa clara added city 700. i west oakland cycling center is closing its doors today. alliance metals has been on -- cincinnati 80s. it's a way to help them make and meet others say the center brings drugs and crime. alliance agreed to shut it stores as a way to settle $18,000 in fines for nuisance violations. a schoolteacher's classroom is the with hundreds of dollars worth of supplies often paid for out of the teachers pocket park a nonprofit is offering to take some of that financial burden off the teachers and reduce landfill waste at the
same time >> leigh martinez joins us with more. >> reporter: good morning. we are here at the center for -- this is a wonderland of stuff any can be overwhelming. they have this all well organized for teachers that will come out today. we're going to talk now with the founder and this is anne- marie phelan. this is not your first time. where teachers looking for? >> looking for classroom supplies. mainly arts and projects that are related to the arts. of course we have projects that can be done for math or science i would ever. the supplies themselves come from schools that are misplaced a rebuilt over the classes or
changing or the teachers are changing grades. and the name reuse materials by giving it to us. >> reporter: with education and technology everything seems to be always advancing and progressing. is the stuff still relevant? what are some of the supplies you have? >> the supplies we have might appear to be not technology oriented but teachers and kids still read and they still do math and science. and they have projects that influence them to be educated. >> and this is all free >> yes. last year we had 300 teachers from the bay area all different schools. all different grades. we do have some high school students but mainly elementary. during the year we have a multi- donation in every first saturday of the month. we do it for san francisco only.
we only are part of the warehouse. it's given to us by the school district in exchange for the services we do for that. >> reporter: wonderful but we also site of a bunch of other stuff down here in tiles and tubing. what kinds of projects could use with this? >> the tiles we have sorted the tiles for the white tiles so the teachers can have the kids paint on the tiles and then create murals. each child and paints a tile towards the mural. or further mothers or whatever >> reporter: i'm not that creative but teachers are doors open for teachers around 10 am and goes until 4 pm. the supplies are free for teachers if they need them. we will check back in with you in a few minutes. in the wrong place at the
see it out. temperatures right where we should be. the forecast coming up. a san francisco company is introducing new technology to help women track fertility. it's called the dave price and uses nine physiological parameters to detect the beginning of woman's fertile window. in addition to measuring temperature hx breathing heart rate and blood flow. here's how it works. you where the bracelet while sleeping and it gathers information and gives you the five days in your cycle when you are the most likely to conceive. it is fda approved and a masters class one medical device it 60 smartphone and cost about $100 sunset magazine is revealing its bay area ideal house to the public. >> virginia renz own has an inside look to check out some design concepts you can incorporate inside your own home. >> reporter: nestled in berkeley clairmont hills the
sunset idea house is primed for guests. it features a number of design elements by many local designers >> i feel inspired what i walk in. there are so many ideas i want to bring into my own home. and you will see one -- rugs and wallpaper and a great use of lighting through the home. >> reporter: sunset magazine editor says the details of the house are like bringing the pages of the magazine to life. it features three bedrooms including a modern master suite, four -- four full bathrooms activity media room a want to live for the dogs and more. >> sunset recently relocated to headquarters from menlo park to jack london square in oakland in this is our way of paying homage to the east bay and to celebrate our new home. >> reporter: the five-story home comes with lots of outdoor space and is fully landscaped. >> decks on every floor. views for days.
the favorite and mine is the kitchen. wallpaper backsplash is covered in class. this is the 18th your since the magazine revealed an idea house on the west coast be >> they really have forward thinking design ideas and we want readers to come and take those to there own home. >> thousand open for six consecutive weekends and tickets are $26 and from information go to sunset.com/idea house. that was quite a view. a wallpaper backsplash. never occurred to me. it is back. >> who knew? >> sunset magazine says it than i believe them. >> i want to go into house that is a mess and take it apart. >> as long as you put it back together. the people -- the
backsplash was beautiful. especially i want them to come in and redo my home. >> what did you think about the glass of wine? >> that was great. >> more exciting. >> everything is always better with wine. there's a lot going on around the bay area this morning here is a look at the jack london square area wikieup with -- jack london square area. the afternoon there's not a lot of change expected. minor changes in the bay area weekend. these clowns will clear out and we will be mostly sunny. i don't know how many days i've been saying the same thing. mostly cloudy at the coast and for the afternoon sunny elsewhere. smoke and haze above and a low counts that will be lingering santa rosa in petaluma we have some cloud cover. napa partly cloudy but we have along the east bay over vallejo
and hercules. all the smoke amenities from oakland down through fremont and into the south bay. you can see the extent right about the hills. sydney zullick lockets and walnut creek waking up to partly to mostly cloudy. the coast and many to south bay san jose also mostly cloudy. it stretches along 101 until morgan hill and then better clearing. midmorning early afternoon before they finally move away and we see the the sky or hazy sky. still blowing onshore breeze but not quite as strong as it was yesterday. temperatures now 58 in livermore. upper 50s to near 60 around the bay. 61 redwood city. south bay san jose 62. 56 santa rosa.
this is a beautiful day for those of you in hayward. areas like oakland and berkeley all follow suit. low 60s to start the day and 70 at noon and then low to mid 70s in the forecast of the second part of the day under mostly sunny skies. dinnertime looks good if you're going out this evening. 77 is the afternoon high. 826 in fairfield 69 berkeley. 79 oakland. san francisco 65. afternoon highs upper 80s to low 90s. again a lot like yesterday. here is the extended forecast a cooler for the back end of the weekend. also expect less haze and smoke so that is also good news. next week temperatures fluctuate a subtle one. all in all a good looking
forecast let's show you our instagram picture of the morning. a beautiful picture of the california road posted by ray. >> i hope he is in a convertible. that is a great picture the caption reads around the bend. that's a great shot >> you ever especially on the sunset do you ever -- i pull over sometimes and turn around and watch it. >> i was and they yesterday and turned around and pulled over to watch the sunset. we love to have your photograph as well. and click the hashtag ktvu and you might show your photograph -- we might show your
night mine-0 by oakland. it was over quickly. chris davis with a meatball and that baby is gone. 30 -- the first of the year. all-star stephen boyd says i want one as well. that's a solo shot. a deep shot of his own. a two run homer a's in cruise control on this one. they had terrific outing a complete game shutout and gets for the final out on the ground out. chicago only had two hits in the game. a's when it might-0 the final. -- 9-0. the 18 runs and grabbed too much needed winds. it's all good and by the way about time. bottom three say hello to
denard span. he had a big game. four hits including rbi single. tied at 1. we have more spent. is another rbi his second three one game after seven and the giants broke it open in the eighth. good for the giants then open up the door. a five-run inning. giants back in first they win the-1. the great tony bennett we celebrated his 90th birthday last night at the ballpark. >> happy birthday mr. bennett. the remaining fans as you might imagine. take a look at >> happy birthday dear tony. happy birthday to you >> you all think you might send his own birthday song >> i think he's going to live
forever. >> the giants with her own legend willie mays made him a giant cake last night an earlier in the day the fairmont hotel honored him with a large bronze statue. >> thank you for being so wonderful to me. i will never forget this day. thank you very much. >> he looks and sounds fantastic. >> tony bennett's first public performance of his signature tune i left my heart in san francisco was actually at the fairmont hotel in 19 in 1961. he will host a charity concert at the fairmont tonight. have never heard him live? >> he's terrific. he has such a nice rapport with everyone one of the last crooners. hundreds of san jose state freshman living in old rundown and dirty dorms.
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>> first let's check out the forecast. it's one of those mornings it's great that we saw shots earlier with the sun peaking out. >> the east bay waking up with some sunshine. a bit of haze and smoke once again today here's a look into san jose we start out with cloudy skies and we will have these clowns. the way for this afternoon. -- the clouds peel away for the afternoon. 58 livermore. 60 oakland. 56 santa rosa. for the afternoon low little change. temperatures will be similar to yesterday. that means low 60s and mostly cloudy skies of the coast and
70s around the bay. inland warming to the upper 80s. a few low 90s. a good-looking day to be outdoors. there is not a spare the air day so that is also good news. and the smoke and haze will be out of here into sunday. at least much better. the full forecast coming up. this weekend 800 freshman at san jose state university are temporarily moving into dorms that will be demolished instead of the new dorms they were assigned to university said the new dorms are under construction and it will not be ready for another four weeks. construction was delayed because of the building required more testing to meet state building code and student say they're disappointed because the temporary dorms are old and dirty. >> i feel bad for them. these storms are terrible. >> we will hire professional movers to help students move
in. the our locating right now temporary storage space okay can store items like refrigerators. >> crews worked double shifts for months to minimize the impact but they will wait some -- another month. she was on a bench and washington square park in north beach watching hurt children play. >> that's when a tree limb came down and amber lee has more about the injured mother who gave us an exclusive interview. she was washing his car park with her daughters because they were only for dental appointment in nearby chinatown. she shares these photographs she took of nine-year-old angelina and five-year-old rocha feeding the birds at the park shall before the accident. she says she was focused on her daughters and never heard or saw the limb come down >> do you remember the tree falling? >> no. it was very fast >> reporter: the next thing she
knew she was here in the hospital and her husband told me the police picked him up from his work and rushed him. >> the doctors took about almost 10 hours to do the surgery for her book his wife of the spinal cord is damaged and he and his daughters were struggling with what happened. worried about what the future holds. >> i don't even know what to do. and i cannot go to work. and i really -- it's hard for me to sleep at night. i would think about what happened for weeks and weeks. it's sad for me. >> reporter: the stay-at-home mom ellesmere girls are her life. and now shot that she's in the condition sometimes -- >> sometimes i feel sad. >> she speaking about what happened to her. because he does not want to happen to someone else. her hope is to be able to walk
again with her daughters. >> maybe walking with them and playing. >> just to the things you've always done. we're learning more about the young man who was killed in berkeley's first homicide of the year. he was shot thursday night outside his family home on mabel street. numbers identified the victim as 22-year-old alex goodwin and inspiring rapper who studied music at arizona. his sister has no idea why anyone would want to kill her younger brother. >> he loved music. that's all he did was do music and be at home. in his room. he did not bother nobody. >> we have information that could lead us to believe the victim was not a scribble he
targets of the public at large is not at risk. again the specificity of that information is not something i can share >> police have not made any arrests yet and are asking for the public's help for leads in the case be >> rich memphis offering a reward in the shooting death of an open teenager. he was shot and killed riding her bike on august 6 and 24th and evidence street and richmond. she was going to see a friend when she was shot they have no motive or suspect in the 40s and richmond are offering $10,000 reward for any information that might lead them to an arrest or conviction. cdc is warning pregnant women to avoid part of miami beach florida because of the zika virus. five new cases were confirmed in the area. two were residents and three or tourists new york texas and taiwan. it's a second area of miami-
dade county were local transmission has been found. director of the cdc said there could be more cases that not been reported yet because so many people have no symptoms and a diagnosis can take several weeks. the mayor of miami beach said the city is doing everything it can to stop it from spreading. >> between our efforts and the county spraying efforts the last thing i ever want to be is a mosquito. we're going to do everything in our power to make the city safe for our residents and tourists. that's the most important -- that is job number one for miami beach right now. >> although is he got moses brett starr mosquito bites the men and women can transmit the virus sexually. virus could cause women to get -- give birth to small head and bring the latest effects. >> in the bay area there is a warning about west nile virus. better control says dead crows up and down with the virus one of the birds was found in san rafael and terry the drive in
the other was found in santa rosa your aviation boulevard. california senate protecting a bill that would force public water agencies to disclose the businesses that use the most water. the measure failed friday but was close. 20-15. it would have clarified the data on business water use is a public record but would not apply to resident customers. conservation groups have first of them advocates support the bill but agriculture groups say the bill would treat customers of public and private water for providers to a schoolteacher's classroom is usually hundred dollars with the supplies often paid out by the teachers themselves a nonprofit is now offering to take some of the financial burden off of teachers and reduce landfill waste at the same time. >> leigh martinez is live with a group that is giving away these recycled school supplies and it looks like you have a lot for people to choose from. >> reporter: absolutely.
we have a few hours for the teachers show up. this is the inside of scrap donation and store. this whole project was created to reduce landfill waste and to use items that could be reused again. in the classroom or at art supply projects we won't be joined by someone who is a volunteer and now works. this is timothy jones. this is a quarters dream. >> yes. we have different stock every day. we wait on this scale to let people know how much landfill stuff we are diverting. this is were resort everything out. we have our fabric rolled here. >> on the other side if you take a turn this is where you actually get into the store and you have a lot of stuff you said you the saying about this >> yes. if it's not in here it does not exist. >> what kind of things can you find? metal awesome things.
>> white pages. it's an artist dream. mixed-media type things there's to materials would plastic metal we even have office section where you might even compete with office depot. and then we have art supply section. a nature section. and we have some very unique items some of our items are gifts and some are for sale >> let's go outside and we will see the setup of the event. this is the setup for the teachers when they arrive. is is all free to teachers if they need any of these supplies. and you've seen this before this is a big deal. >> at least over 200 teachers will come from the bay area the teacher free giveaway. >> and they lined up they start lining up early
>> almost like the macy's or a new movie opening. >> they are camping out. >> yes >> this event starts at 10 am and teachers typically lineup around nine. it goes until 4 pm. this is a whole section of school supplies pens paper and different types of art materials. all free for teachers if they need it. we will check in with you guys later. >> do teachers just show up or how do they connect to the supplies? >> i'm sure they may be watching the show now. >> but this is an ongoing event . many teachers know about this in the area. and you guys have a good relationship with teachers >> yes. we were taken to do this san francisco unified school district. it's for the kids but it's for the teachers. and if it's not there it
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good morning. here's a live look at the golden gate bridge we can help with low clouds and some fog but not bad. both sunny skies as we get into the afternoon and temperatures on your repeat of yesterday. slightly cooler tomorrow. the full forecast coming up. new at the movies this week a hollywood classic of ancient rome is remade again >> that would be ben-hur. andrew the animated tale of young warrior in a strange sort of how the united states sold weapons to afghanistan. kevin mccarthy has your views. it is kevin mccarthy. a new movie released including a reimagining of ben-hur also more dogs starring jonah hill and finally kubo and the two strings. first up is ben-hur.
this is a 2016 ben-hur but not every make of the charlton hesston film. it's the fifth adaptation of the book from 1880. there was a film in 1907 and 1925 then the charlton hesston classic in 59 an animated film in 2003. the 59 version 111 academy awards tied with titanic a mortar the rings. as the most academy awards taken by a film. this new movie stars jack used in place ben- hur in place of principal secret of treason. the accuser is adopted brother played by tobey kebbell. he returns to jerusalem after five years for revenge and that revenge comes in the form of it chariot race in the biggest problem with the pacing. it was too long at times and the ending he did to be -- have to more breathing room. i give it three it has stars out of five.
see it in 2-d. next up is more dogs they come into events of guys in the early 20s who somehow struck a deal with the pentagon for 300 for $300 million and this contract was used to arm the afghan military during this timeframe. miles teller and jonah hill play the main characters. it's great and georgia by todd phillips and the score is incredible. i love the director of the film did a great of a balancing the score and also the soundtrack. great songs with open a phenomenal score. is intense and funny and great chemistry. i love the scarface references. it doesn't grip you and tom phillips is a different movie even though i will say the hangover was a good detective film it was shot well but then also a good detective movie. i give this four out of five and bradley cooper also stars in the movie.
it's not a documentary and they make up some fictional elements to give the store together and the timeframe read the rolling stone article which is based on the real-life events. next up kubo and the two strings. this but you parent norman and box trolls. of people story with a great message about a young boy named kubo searching for a magical suit of armor that was worn by his father who's passed away. his spirit is tried to harm him so is trying to get to the armor before the spirit can harm him. great stop motion animation. it's gorgeous. travis white did a great job and a great performances. our partisan plays kubo. i give this four out of five definitely worth seeing. let's talk about the pop-up store in san francisco. it is going to see many fans
this weekend. it's the fashion ongoing his latest album life of pablo. the pop-up store is one of 20 open up nationwide are worldwide i should say and this one in san francisco is in the chinatown neighborhood. items from his fashion line are customized to each city where they are sold. you can see the lines at some people waited in line for over eight hours. to get some of the merchandise. >> we have three bags how much did you strap? >> i dropped $1500. >> on what? >> sweatshirts t-shirts and jacket >> i spent $400 >> $165 >> 120. >> 550. is someone not paying rent this month? >> i'm sure the parents love that. the store will be open today
and tomorrow from 11 until 6 pm. a good day at at&t park. i could use a new cap. inc. you frank. outside we're looking at cloudy skies and cool conditions. and acute bird -- acute -- a cute bird perched on the tray. seasonal for this time of year. here is from above at the cloud cover along the coast. let's take a peek from the coast as we go into the sonoma valley. mostly cloudy skies. it across the stretches into sonoma and then closer to napa clear skies. vallejo covered overcast. all the weekend you the south
bay. it cuts off right about the east today. the farther inland you go you get sunshine around livermore and concord. san jose in the south bay through morgan hill. the winds are on shore and we remain on shores of the marine layer is in place and the onshore breeze in place and as a result temperatures cool at the coast of mild around the day and going to be warm inland. 58 now in san mateo. low 60s menlo park. the numbers this morning similar to yesterday within a couple of degrees. it's not even going to notice the difference between yesterday. upper 70 so near 80 today around the bay. in the inner east bay upper 80s to low 90s. san francisco 65 for today.
mountain view 76. 826 morgan hill. and to the coast 69 in santa cruz. extended forecast temperature school slightly into sunday and then rebounding tuesday. former day will be midweek wednesday back into the low 90s for the inland communities but a gorgeous forecast. >> give you some applause on this saturday. mid-80s? >> before i let you go the forecast is getting better tomorrow. time now 7:52. a man and custody for drug trafficking charges. the disguise he was using when he was arrested.
dozens of dog lovers will be at benicia middle school to help raise awareness about a fight against cancer. the american cancer society bark for life event starts at 8 am in a few minutes. there will be contests and food and a walk to honor cancer survivors and there dogs money raised will go to help american cancer society. also today the annual art and soul festival celebrating sweet 16 live performances in
downtown oakland and clear gospel showcase and a blues stage. four stages of using and tomorrow some of stars include and music food and fun waldo street new to six of both days. coming up we will talk with the founder of event live in studio in my the evening some barbecue. >> sounds good. a giant panda is raised back to highway 7 in downtown san jose. the big top the latest equestrian and acrobatic show. the enormous structure covers 60,000 ft.2. that is about the size of a football field. it's a $30 million production and runs from a runs until october 2 teachers make sure all students have a good pair of shoes for school. last year they started a
gofundme page to help buy shoes for students in a classroom that could not afford one it was to seller received a she started a nonprofit shoes 4 kidz to give shoes to get across my county. the start when one of her pe students came to class in need of help >> a student of mine came for the mile run with the souls complete hanging off of issues. i had to tape it on so he could run. extremes took what she's doing is awesome. the confidence booster with the kids and changes -- it changes the game for them. >> the shoes are specifically chosen especially chosen for each child and so far the gets a good way 300 pairs of shoes to children in need. federal agents arrested a fugitive went through great lengths to disguise himself. look at these photographs. it's the same guy believe not 31-year-old sean miller was arrested on drug trafficking charges at a home in massachusetts while disguised
as the guy on the left. even though he did not mask the -- match the first where the agents recognized in any way and miller had been a fugitive since he was indicted in april. like the mission impossible. attention weekend bark minors. the right as a vote will be longer. me is getting is on the track south of san francisco which will affect your commute to the airport. details coming up. the roast looks good dad. how good? 162 likes. did i get any retweets on those green beans? yep! and they're blowing up on instagram. honey, your rump roast just broke the internet!!!! as it should. life is family mealtime and everything you need to make it picture perfect. now be sure to tag your mother because she needs more followers. ok.
did i get any retweets on those green beans? yep! and they're blowing up on instagram. honey, your rump roast just broke the internet!!!! as it should. life is family mealtime and everything you need to make it picture perfect. now be sure to tag your mother because she needs more followers. ok. welcome back to mornings on 2. you are to keep in mind if you're heading there, the airport is is reporting 40- minute delays on arriving flights because of the weather. a little gray out there. that symptoms happens at sfo. you also have some bart maintenance this weekend. welcome to mornings on 2. >> we're glad you're aboard. we'll get to that weekend forecast. it's a little foggy out there
right now. but first let's look at some of the stop stories on this weekend morning. evacuees finally being permitted back in the north bay at that's right big clans fire ravaged thousands of ashes near lower lake and actually burned a lot of homes. >> when you're talking about what they're coming home to, that's the big question. you take a look at the pictures, you know that many lost their homes and just about everything. the fire is about 75% contained. coming up, we'll hear from some of the homeowners. >> and it is considered a life saving necessity, but epidemic epipen -- peps seeing a huge price hike. >> and he left his heart in san francisco back in 1961 when he sang that coveted song, and he's still going strong.
>> worry talking about the great tony bennett. happy birthday to him. he celebrated his 50th. we'll have more on tony's big friday in the city. but you can see the sunshining down on him, will be shining down on us? >> eventually. >> temperatures will rise once again, once we get these clouds out of the way into the afternoon. but there's a live look from san francisco across the bay, where we have mostly cloudy skies. inside the north pay, as well as the east pay, into the south bay. wide spread this morning. as we get into the second part of your day, mostly sun you yeah skies away from the coastline. temperatures right now, 57 degrees. oakland low 60s. livermore, san jose by the second half of the day. 60s at the coast, mostly cloudy
skies. 70s around the bay. 76 in mountain view. temperatures will be coming down just slightly. i'll have a look at the extended forecast. talk about haze and the smoke and when we expect it to 0 clear out of here. >> this morning investigators are searching for a fire if oakland. it was first reported last night not far from the bart station. you can see the flames shooting from the roof of the building. and the smoke billowing into the air. fortunately no reports of any injuries, but the flames, as you can see, went hot, and they caused some major damage to the building. >> and fire crews continue to make progress on that huge fire burning in san bernardino
county down south. it is now 40% contained. up from 26% yesterday afternoon. but the 37,000 acre wildfire has take an devastating toll. investigators say the fire has destroyed at least 96 homes frustrated firefighters say many of the home own next the region have been ignoring their orders. pictures here were taken when the disaster broke out last weekend. cal fire said the 3900 acre fire has destroyed 189 homes. 40-year-old clear lake resident damen is behind bars, charged with arson in connection with the clayton fire and other smaller fires in that area. meantime, many people live income the devastated town of
lower lake are getting their first look at all of the rubble and what was once their homes. we look at some of the heartbreaking scenes. >> it's all gone. came over to about here. >> reporter: kevin dean is returning home, but finding there's not much to come back to. >> looks like we have a couple of wrenches. probably not tempered no more. all gone. all gone. >> reporter: he and his wife, katy, are among hundreds of homeowners sifting through the ashes. shocked at how little made pit. >> devastation. only one place there, and once place there left. everybody else is gain. everybody else is gone. >> reporter: in total 189 homes were lost, including nearly everything inside of them, but there is still hope for finding precious valuables. for katy, it's jewelry. >> don't disturb this area. >> yeah, my mother's pearls are in there. >> reporter: neighbor wes
baker lost something precious to him, too. his calculate teka. >> she's same ease, and she's really old and really sweet. she sleeps on me, you know. >> reporter: helping people are firefighters. this crew from lincoln no longer battling flames. instead, sorting through the destruction on their hands and knees. >> this is our chance to come back, which is rare, with the homeowners, as they return to find what's left, or what might be remaining. >> reporter: although so much is now gone, design already looking ahead. >> we're not quitters. we'll rebuild, you know. that's what we're gonna do. that's exactly what we're going to do. n't knowing buildings can be replaced, but it's the people that make this place home. >> so much destruction there. that was tom miller reporting from lower lake. the clayton fire has new been up from 75 to 80% contained. >> that's good news. all right. the big fires in northern california are having a big
impact on air quality here in the bay area. health experts say the smoke and smog is create something unhealthy conditions, and played a major roll in the warnings issued earlier this week. >> just in terms of walking around, you can see the air, the change in the air. my daughter said it's cloudy today, and i'm, like, well, it's kind of all cloudy, right? it's not one cloud, it's all cloud. >> it can impact everyone, give us watery eyes, itchy eyes, itchy throat. but, really, it affects people's respiratory conditions and children and the elderly the most. >> condition are somewhat improving, and are expected to be even better tomorrow. but health officials are warning the amount of smoke in the air can cause problems even for people without chronic lung problems. a doctor we spoke to outlined
the risk. >> it's transient. it won't be a permanent problem, and it's probably not dangerous. if you have lung disease like asthma or copd, however, it could be dangerous. care giver and her husband behind bars this morning. both are accused of robbing one of her patients homes. investigators say on sunday, this couple here broke into the home, and placed a pillow over the 75-year-old victim's face, tied up her wrists, and then ransacked the home and took be an unknown amount of cash. the victim saying she recognized her kay giver's voice -- her caregiver's voice. trains will not be running
between flint park and daily city. instead passengers can catch a shuttle between those stations. >> biggest gripe is it's really confusing. get on a train and you have to get on another train. really confusing. we have a lot of volunteers out there to show you exactly where to go. >> this is the third of seven weekend closures which is expected to run through the weekend adam bart upgrades the tracks. passengers heading to the airport should add an extra hour to their trip. let's talk about this west oakland recycling center, because it is closing it's doors today. many people say it is a way to help them make ends meet, but others say the center has brought drugs and crime into
the neighborhood. now to our back to school coverage, as students head back to class with severe allergies having to spend a lot more for those life saving epipens. it used to be 100 for a two pack of those epipen. today that same pack costs more than $600. >> mylan holds the patent on the actual injectable system. there is not another company that has a product that doctors
feel confident prescribing. >> coming up, in the wrong place at the wrong time. a woman left paralyzed by falling tree limbs speaking out from her hospital bed. >> yeah, i don't feel anything. >> coming up at 8:30, the financial and the emotional challenges she and her family now face, and just what she was doing when she became a victim. and u.s. olympian ryan lochte offers an apology, of sorts, after police accuse him of lying about being robbed in rio.
good morning. a little amy grant to get you started on this saturday morning. a live look over highway 4 into east bay where we are waking up with sunshine. we do have low clouds around the bay. this is going to clear back. we're going to have mostly sunny skies away from the coastline today. a little bit of smoke and haze still lingering for your saturday. i'll have a look at what you can expect coming up. we talk about the struggle to have a baby.
a san francisco company introduce something new technology to help women in this quest. it helps women track their fertility. it's called ava. a bracelet that using nine physiological parameters to measure a woman's per tillty -- per tillty window. it can apparently give you the five days in your cycle when you are most likely to conceive. ava is fta approved. it's a class 1 medical twice, syncs with your smart phone, and costs just $200. turning now to the summer games in rio, the u.s. women have successfully defended their title in the 4x100 meter replay race last night -- relay race last night. team usa could end up having
its best showing every in the summer games. and it was a golden good- bye for usain bolt. the man often called the gatest sprinter of all time led his jamaican teammates to victory in rio last night, and it wasn't even close. this was the final race of his olympic career, and his 9th olympic medal. how about that, nine races over three olympics, and he won gold in all of them. and he's just so outgoing and fun. >> the u.s. team did have a heartbreaking loss. ryan lochte offering an apology for what police say was a made up story about getting robbed in rio. >> we have the latest on the embarrassing incident that u.s.
swimmers and olympic officials would just like to put behind them.. >> reporter: three of the four u.s. swimmers accused of lying about being robbed at gunpoint in rhea are now back in the united states. gunner benicia and jake conger were are released. six-time gold medalist ryan lochte issued an apology from the u.s. on instagram. : >> the fourth swimmer was ordered to pay an $11,000 fine to charity for filing a false police report after which he, too, is expected to be able to
leave the country. the story dwarf offed the games themselves for six days, as police pieced together surveillance from police videos. it struck a nerve with crowds of brazilians, who shouted liars, at the u.s. swimmers. lochte's lawyer insisted the main fact was true, robbery. a gun was pointed at the swimmers, who made money to leave the gas station. the $50 of vandalism has caused real damage to both brazil and the american athletes. the three are likely to face length yes bans from the u.s. swim team. we've just learn had the fourth swimmer still in brazil has received his passport back, and could be headed back to the u.s. on a plane as early as
this evening. >> and fur looking for a unique music festival over the weekend, we may have just the thing for you. the 26th annual accordion festival. i know for a good fact that rose mary a big polka fan. >> we need a longer weekend. can you work on making this a three-day for us? ? oh, i am on board with that. >> everyone is off monday.
>> okay. let's do it. we do have a forecast in store for your bay area weekend. this view not so nice for most. some do love the fog and the gray and the cool weather. while this is your kind of morning, give you go live look here into san francisco, where you could barely see in the background. as we get into the second part of your morning, early afternoon, those clouds will disappear, and we'll have mostly sunny skies away from the coastline. how main times have i said that in the last few weeks? giving you a look here at the low. that circulation the counter clock twice motion around it, helping to continue to push that smoke into our area. so another day of haze and smoke. it is expected to stay at the upper levels. so that is some good news. there is no spare the air day in place, but, again, i expect you'll see some of that haze. the low clouds this morning,
over the east pay, stops right about the east bay hills. looks partly to mostly cloudy, stretching from san jose down through morgue been hill, and it goes without saying. we have it piled up along the coastline this morning. if we go to the inner east pay, 64 in brentwood, north bay locations, santa rosa. >> mountain view, a a beautiful day coming your way. temperatures will be in the mid- up toker 70s. love this kind of weather. topping out about 76, where we'll hold steady 2:00, 3:00, 4:00, and will start to do you feel just as we get to the dinner hour. 80 degrees expected. we have 65 in san francisco.
south bay locations, 79, and 69 expected at the post in santa cruise. extended forecast for tomorrow within temperatures will fall off bit for tomorrow. upper 80ed in the forecast. a tad bit of cooling. we rebound tuesday, wednesday, back into the 90s, but a good- looking forecast. very quiet and nice. >> yeah. we'll take it. >> we'll take it. sounds great. thanks, rosemary. >> you're welcome. >> okay. talk about fitness goals. up next, we're going to introduce you to a young man who can lift nearly 600 pounds of weights and do squats with them. what? >> that's lot of weight. >> oh!
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california is now the first state in the country to formally legalize lane splitting. that's when a motorcycle rider drives on the lane between two cars. >> still a little crazy, though, don't open that door. >> the giants have won two in a row over the mets, and their lucky charm might just be tony bennett, who celebrated his 90th birthday last night at the
ballpark. ♪ happy birthday, dear tony happy birthday to you ♪ >> willie mays printed the singer with a giant cake last night at at&t park, and maybe a few streamers. just a couple of them. he was honored earlier at a hotel that presented a larger than life bronze statue. >> thank you for being so wonderful to me. i'll never forget this day. thank you very, very much. >> tony bennett's first public performance of his signature tune i left my heart in san francisco was at the fair month in 1961. he is set to host a chair the concert at the fairmont tonight. a 17-year-old proves you're never too young to accomplish amazing and inbe credible
things. here he is lifting 596 pounds of weights and doing squats with them. he's out of columbia. he's going to take that down once, bring it back up, and drop it. yeah, the story provided by the bleacher report. his nick make is goku from the show dragonball. by the way, that is something i will never do! but you into that kind of thing and -- >> i've done back squats, but not with 600 pounds, and didn't look like that. butt i did drop it similarly. how about that? old school supplies get new life. coming up, what teachers can
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find. stretches over to the coast. it's in the south bay, who the east bay. inner east bay hills. you go farther inland, and we have this. blue skies to start your morning. a little bit of haze out there. the air quality district has decided not to issue a spare the air day for today. so that is some good news. as we get into your numbers, upper 50 those startty day. low 60s wal-mart nut creek. a cool 57 santa hossa. and san jose also waking up with 63 at this hour. as frank mentioned, we do have some sunshine out there, and it is going to be widespread before we get into the afternoon.
i'll have a detailed look at your afternoon highs for today, as well as the extended forecast coming up. >> well, police have issued a warning about a fake kidnapping scam following a hoax earlier this week. she said that a woman claimed her daughter was being -- claimed she was told that her daughter was being held hostage, and later found out it was a scam. san jose university, students are having to move into old dorm. the new dorm is still under construction, and it won't be ready for another four weeks. they have to wait a month. they say construction was delayed, because the governor required more tests to meet the safe building code. students say they are disappointed because the
temporary dorms are old and dirt by. >> i feel bad for them. these dorms terrible. they're disgusting. >> we will he hire professional movers to her the students move in. we are locating right now temporary storage space so students can store items like refridge raters. >> the university says crews worked double shifts for months to minimize the impact, but it will take another month. >> a woman who had a nearly 100 pound tree limb fall on her last week is now paralyzed. >> she was watching her dater's play at the park when it happened. we went to san francisco general hospital where the injured mother gave an exclusive interview. >> i cannot move. >> reporter: she tell mess from the waist down, he is paralyzed, unable to walk. >> no feeling. yeah. i don't feel anything. >> reporter: she is on strong
painkillers, but said she wanted to speak to me about what happened. last friday afternoon, she was at washington square park with her daters, because they were early for their dental apartments in nearby china town. she shares these photos she took of the 9 and 5-year-old speeding the birds at the park shortly before the accident. she said she was focused on hire daters, and never heard or saw the limb come down. do you remember the tree falling down? >> no, happened very fast. >> reporter: she said the next thing she knew, she was here in the hospital. her husband, tony, said he police picked him up at work and rushed him to the hospital. >> took doctors about 10 hours to do all of the surgeries for her. >> reporter: he said that he and his daughters are struggling with what happened, as his wife's spinal cord is damaged. >> i don't know what to to
right now. i can't go to work. it's hard for me to sleep even at nighttime, thinking about what happens for, like, weeks and weeks, like it's really sad for me. >> reporter: the stay at home mom tells me her girls are her life. now shocked that she's in this condition. >> sometimes feel sad. i don't want to see another person like me. >> reporter: she said she is speaking about what happened to her, because be she doesn't want it to happen to someone else. her hope is to be able to walk a again with her daughters. >> maybe walking, walking with them, playing. >> just to be able to do the things you always -- >> yeah, yeah. them to be happy. >> just a heartbreaking story. our hearts go out to her and
her family. we are loving more about the young man who was killed in berkeley's first homicide of the year. police say he was shot to death thursday night outside of his family's home on mable street. family members have identify 0ed the victim as 22-year-old alex good win, an aspiring rapper who was studying music in arizona. >> he just loved music. that's all he did was do music and be at home in his room. he didn't bother nobody. >> we have information that would lead us to believe that the victim wasn't indiscriminately targeted, which would lead me to believe that the public at large is not at rick. again, the speakerty of that information is not something i can share. and richmond police are offering a reward in the shooting death of an oak lee
teenager. she was killed riding her motorcycle. police say made was going to see a friend when she was shot. they have no motive, no suspects perform authorities in richmond, though, are offering a $10,000 reward for any infers that might lead to an arrest and a conviction. >> and the center force disease control now warning pregnant woman to avoid part of miami beach florida because of the zika is virus. five new cases were confirmed in that area. two people were florida residents, and two tourists. the mayor of miami beach said the city is doing everything it can to stop it from spreading. >> between our efforts and the county's spraying efforts, the last think i would ever want to be on miami beach right is now
a mosquito. okay? and we're going to do everything in our power to make this city safe for our residents and our tourists. that's the most important as job number one for the city of miami beach right now inspect >> although zika mostly spreads through mosquito bites, it can be transmitted sexually. it can cause women to give birth to babies with unusually small heads and birth defects. the california senate reejecting a bill that would have forced public water agencies to disclose the
business that use the most water. it would have classified that data on business water use, and make it a public record, but would not apply to residential customers. agriculture groups say the bill would treat customers of public and private water providers differently. >> a school teacher's classroom usually fills with hundreds of dollars worth of school supplies. it is hard to stock up, and often these teachers are paying for that stuff out of their own pocket. so there's a little help for them this year. san francisco nonprofit offering to take some of that financial burden off, and also reduce landfill waste at the same time. >> yeah, they're helping the environment and a lot of folks out there, as well.
rios, good morning. >> reporter: good morning -- leigh, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we have one of the staff members here, and you were telling me, too, that you've seen a lot of teachers come through here. they're fining a lot of good stuff. and s some of the stuff, they just need a little love, right? >> they need -- they have a lot of life left in them, and they're ready to be used. >> reporter: so what kind of things do you have. >> you have a ton of stuff here. >> we have everything from crayons, pencils, notebooks, paper, markers. books. you name it, we've got it. >> reporter: and we're already seeing there are some teachers that look like they're at the gate over there right now, just waiting in line to come in. so were they going to be limited to the amount of stuff that they can take? are you watching over them, or can they take whatever they want? >> well, depending on the class
size, there will be sort of a limit. >> and you are on standby, too, in case they have any questioners looking for something specific? >> yep. >> reporter: and you're trying to get rid of everything? >> everything. we want space for more stuff. so we have a lot 0 get rid of, and hopefully, you know, maybe by noon, it might be gone. this is ongoing for san francisco teachers, and we just always have a lot to give away. >> reporter: wonderful. thank you so much. this event starts at 10:00. they have great stuff. look at this. i love this puppet. it's a beaver. i hope some teacher picks him up. i don't know how you could use him, but you should use him. >> maybe go watch dad by shack or something. well, nasa scientists say
this year's record-breaking heat is more evidence that people should take climate change seriously. the scientists say record- breaking warm temperatures in the first half of the year is the cause of low sea ice. they say the sea ice is crucial, because it acts as a refrigerator for the global climate system. >> basically, it's like we're opening up this the refrigerator door, so the arctic's cooling system is becoming less and less efficient as we lose the sea ice. >> nasa said it will launch a satellite that will take some of the most advancement measurements of the ice in polar regions to date. >> kanye west fans swarming the city of san francisco. we'll tell you why they waited for hours in line.
i'm trying to figure its out. i know we're in the east bay hills, i'm assuming so. and, if so, we're looking at partly cloudy skies, 0 mostly clear. we have a little bit of smoke and haze out there for today. temperatures a near repeat. that means right about where we should be for this time of year. i'll have a look at the afternoon highs expected for your area, and just a tad bit of cooling expected for the second half of the weekend coming up. >> all right, donald trump is now calling his former campaign chairman paul manafort a true professional. manafort resigned amid speculation of his ties to a pro russia party in the ukraine. meanwhile, trump was back on the campaign trail in michigan yesterday, asking the african- american community for support. >> the inner cities of our country have been run by the democratic party for more than 50 years. their policies have produced only poverty, jobles, failing schools, and broken homes.
>> polls have shown that he only has the support of 1% of the african-american community. the owner of a san francisco bar is hoping to display the naked statue of donald trump that appeared in the castro district. public works took it away saying it was set up without a permit, and that the crowds it true posed a safety record. the owner said, hey, he would be happy to that statue, and will try to work something out with the artist. >> it was incredibly appropriate for naked donald trump to be in the castro, to be a symbol for our city and for the world of just what a fraud donald trump is. >> well, naked donald trump
statues actually appeared in several cities across the country this week. they were created by an an arkist art collector called in decline. police say whoever put up the statue could be cited for vandalism, and might have to pay for the cost of removing it. until then, the statue is going to be in an evidence locker. >> hillary clinton focusing in on hire campaign as she focusing for a fundraiser in the northeast in massachusetts tomorrow despite a surprising request from a federal judge. clinton now has to answer written question from a conservative legal group. the judge gave the group called judicial watch until october 14th to give miss clinton the questions, and she'll have 30 days to answer them. >> all right. time now is 8:48. let's head on out to rosemary for a check of our weather. >> good morning to you. the low clouds out there pealing back as we get to the second part of the morning. not a lot of change going on.
only minor changes in the forecast for your saturday. here is a live look as we take peek toward san francisco. we will is the low clouds along the coastline for the entire day. not going to change there. sunshine coming your way. gray, gray, gray. how about as we head into the east bay in richmond, and our east bay shore line covered in overcast sky this morning. all the way down through union city and fremont. you go east above the hills. marine layer about 1500 feet. didn't make it into san ramon.
the cutoff is right there perhaps la fayette. plenty of sunshine expected for the second part of the day. san jose, highway 101 through morgan hill, a little bit of cloud cover there, and it moves across over areas of scotts valley. the smoke and the haze continue to come our way trim the south, and that will be in store for your afternoon, expected to be at the higher levels, not really expected to mix down closer to where we are. no spare the air day in place, so that's good news. but when it comes to our temperatures, again, not a lot of change. 70s aroundny bay. 61 presently in haves. brentwood, 66 to start your morning. along the coast, 57 half moon by a, and last stop san francisco checking in at 57, as well. afternoon highs, upper 70s to
low 80s around santa rosa, napa expected to go to 80 degrees for today. 70 for oakland. how about the city of san francisco in 65 for your afternoon. if you go inland, and it's warm, into the south bay, some of our warmer spots will be morgan hill and gill roy. upper 70 figueroa santa rosa. mountain view going to 76. your extended forecast here, going to cool it a just a tad as we get into sunday, and we'll see a bit of a wind shift, not expecting as much haze and smoke in the forecast for sunday or monday. temperatures will begin to rebound tuesday into wednesday. but that extended forecast shows you not a lot going on. very quiet pattern in place, and it's actually a nice one. >> i think that's why we all live here, because it's perfect. >> yeah, and if you don't like where you are -- >> finish the sentence, yeah. >> some record crowds expected
in charlotte, north carolina, for a day they call charlotte pride. it's a two-day festival celebrating the lgbt community. organizers say turnout could double or triple this year due to outrange over a new state law requiring that people use the rest room corresponding with their birth sex. critics say it discriminates against transgender people. >> federal agent investigation arrested a final continuative who they say went to great be lengths to disguise himself. check it out. inner two pictures here, but that's the same guy. shawn miller was arrested on drug trafficking charges at a home in massachusetts while disguised as an elderly man. one of the agents recognized him despite the disguise. miller has been a fugitive since he was indicted in april. >> kind of lord of the rings like there.
well, thank heaven for 7- eleven, especially this week, as they celebrate the slurpee's 50th birthday with it's second bring your own cup event of the year. bring a cup any size, any shape to your store and fill it with your first flavor of slurpy. it will cost you $1.50. also happening today, the annual art and soul fest. it will include a gospel
showcase and a blue stage. and tomorrow, some of the stars include shonte moore, and tony, tony, tony. coming up in our 9:00 hour, we'll talk to the founder of that event live in studio. and a pop-up store in san francisco probably going to see a good amount of kanye west fans this weekend, because the rap sr. selling a fashion line that goes with his pop-up store. items from west's fashion lines are dumpized to each city where they're sold. when you have to have a chopper to show the line, you know it's going well. >> you have three bargains here. how much did you just drop? >> i dropped about $1500. >> on what?
>> sweatshirts, tees, and jacket. >> how much did you spend? >> $400. >> you? >> $165. >> $550. geovany! is someone not paying rent this monthny mean, come on.! >> if you spend that on clothes, your paying rent, parents would say. >> you're moving out! >> video of a father helping his son pull out a loose tooth has gone viral. >> yes. that is because guess what his father used? he used his corvette to get the job done. >> ready? >> whoo! >> and it worked! better work. the video has been viewed more than 100,000 times convince since it was posted on the man's instagram account last week. the boy said he barely felt the
pain. that's one heck of a way to do it. >> multiuse of a vehicle. >> miguel accomplished, right? -- mission accomplished, right? >> yeah. well, you have to do it quickly. >> i'm glad the other 31 stayed in his mouth. >> i know, right? let's at least home he tied it to the right tooth. >> coming up in our next hour, how a 75-year-old woman was able to identify her attackers after they covered her face and locked her home. stay right there.
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how are reduce you doing? >> enjoy the party. >> pull up a chair. >> have a cup of coffee. >> i would love to have one. coffee, please? >> he's, like, i'm a little busy right now. welcome to mornings on 2. it is saturday, august 20th. let's talk bite what the day has in store for us. >> let's look at some of the
top stories out of the gate here. evacuees being permitted back to their homes after that clayton fire destroyed a number of homes. >> take a look at the pictures. you try to get anything out of that rubble, but a lot of people really just lost everything. the fire, the the go news we have learned the morning, it's 80% contained. you're going to hear from some of the home owners coming up. >> and it is considered a life saving necessity. we're talking about epipens for children with severe allergies, but we're takeing about a huge price hike with those pens. >> we're going to tell you what one healthcare expert said is the reason behind the surge in price. let's talk to rosemary and find out when this big cloud cover is going to go bye-bye. >> i would say mid-morning by about noontime. we're back to normal and nice. if you like it warm, upper 80s,
low 90s inland. perfect there. around the bay, mostly sunny for the afternoon, and 70s. >> that's a san francisco morning. >> yeah, san francisco, along the coast. cloudy, cool. a little bit of a breeze. onshore breeze not too strong, but it's out there, not going to go away. 57 in santa rosa right now. low 60s in oakland. livermore, san jose, temperatures aren't changing a whole lot. we get into the afternoon, and we sort of remain status quo. we do have that pattern, not going to change a whole lot. temperatures will cool off even a bit more. when i come back, i'll look at the afternoon highs for today, and what you can expect in the
extended forecast coming up. . >> investigators are search fog are the caught of a fire at a commercial building november oakland. this is not far from the oakland come see jim. we have some video from fire crews are all on the scene. good news, though, no reports of any injury,, but that fire did cause major damage to the build. >> fire crews continue to make some progress on that huge fire burning in san bernardino county. the blue cut fire is now 40% contained, up 26% yesterday afternoon, but it has take an devastating toll, destroying at least 96 homes and nearly 200 other buildings since it began flaming on tuesday.
thousand remain under evacuation order 0ers. but the evacuation order verse been lifted for lower lake which was devastated by the late been fire this past week. cal fire said the 3900 acre fire has destroyed 189 homes. 40-year-old clear lake resident damen is behind bars, charged with arson in connection with that clayton fire and some other smaller fires in that area. meantime, many people live inning in the devastated town of lower lake are getting a look at the rubble that was once their homes. we look at some of the heartbreaking scenes. >> it's all gone. came over to about here. >> reporter: kevin dean is returning home, but finding there's not. to come back to. >> looks like a couple of wrenches. probably not tempered anymore.
all gone. all gone. >> reporter: he and his wife are among the homeowners shifting through the ashes. shock add at how little made it. >> there's only one place there and one place there left. everybody else is gone. everybody else is gone. >> reporter: in total, 189 homes were lost be, including nearly everything inside of them, but there is still hope for finding precious valuables. for katy, it's jewelry. >> don't disturb this area. >> yeah, my mother's pearls are in there. >> reporter: neighbor wes baker lost something precious to him, too, his cat. >> she's a siamese, and she's really old, and she's really sweet. she sleeps on me, you know. >> reporter: hipping people are fire fighters. this group from lincoln no longer battling flames. instead sorting through the destruction on their hands and knees. >> this is our chance to come back which is rare with the homeowners, as they return to find what's left, or are what
might be remaining. >> you see part of this mattress. >> reporter: although so much is now gone. dean is already looking ahead. >> we're not quitters. we'll rebuild, you know. that's what we're gonna do. that's exactly what we're going to do. >> reporter: knowing buildings can be replaced, but it's the people that make this place home. >> the clayton fire is now 80% contained. >> there is another fire burning in california. this one is called the chimney fire. it has burned more than 12,000 acres, and has destroyed 32 home. then fire now 35% contained. one firefighter was hurt while fighting the fire, and was taken to the hospital by helicopter. no word on his condition. >> time now is 9:06. another weekend of bart track closures starting today, and it could set your travel schedule back a bit. passengers can catch a shuttle between those stations.
we talked to bart spokesperson alicia this week about the project. >> the biggest gripe is it's really confusing. you get on a train, and then you have to wait for another train. and then you have to get on a bus. really confusing, i understand. we have a lot of volunteers out there to show you exactly where to go. >> this is the third of 7 weekends of closures, which is scheduled to run through mid- october, as bart upgrades the tracks there. passengers should add an extra hour to their trip if you're trying to catch a lane. >> a care giver and her husband are behind bars accused of robbing one of her patient's homes. investigators say on sunday, the couple here speak the home, placed a pillow over the 75- year-old victim's face, and then tied her wrists together. the couple then reportedly ram sacked the home and took an unen known a mount of cash. the victim telling police she recognized her caregiver's
voice. both suspects were arrested on thursday, and both have been book on felony charges. >> the bay area showed strong job growth last month, especially in the east bay. more than 26,000 jobs were added across the bay area in july. 9600 of those were in the east pay, which is the biggest increase in the east bay since september of 2010. san francisco added 5400 jobs in july. the west oakland recycling center, though, is clotsinging its doors today. it's called alliance metals. some have said that that center has brought drugs and crime into the neighborhoods. alliance agreed to shut its doors a as way to settle $18,000 in fines for are nuisance violations. and a san francisco nonprofit group doing its part to help teachers as they head back to class.
>> leigh martinez joins us live this morning to talk about a group that is helping out with recycled food supplies. so never throw it away, right, lee? >> reporter: never throw it away, and today it's going to be free to teachers. scrap is going to open its doors to 10, but we know teacher has got in line in the last hour. they have bags and carts with them. they're planning on taking a lot of stuff. marina is from monroe elementary school. why did you get here so early? >> well, last year the line was fairly long, and my experience, the types i have come, and that the lines have been quite long, and i'm sort of impatient, and so i would rather wait on the front spend go through when it opens, rather than wait longer. >> reporter: okay. so you have a frustration for the number one thing that you're looking for today. and what is that? >> paper and pencils. especially i'm frustrated that
i spent $100 out of my own pocket just this week. i mean, many weeks i spent a lot of more than out of my own pocket. but i bought pencils, and brand- new pencils,, and they don't sharp innocence sharpeners. they just are horrible. >> so you want some holder -- >> i want some old pens ills, you know, made in the usa, even if they're short, because i know they'll work. >> reporter: so we're going to take a look inside to see if -- >> i want folders and paper, and get some extra markers. >> reporter: okay. great. well, we're going to take a quick look inside and see if they have some pens ills for you. let's take a look. they're getting everything set up for you now. they're going to open at 10:00. let's see if they have some pencils. might have to maneuver around. oh, look, right here, there are some pencils. lots of them, too. and they all have erase arers on them, too. so i hope this is what she looking for. and they have tons of paper.
this is brand-new stuff that hasn't even been used yet. teachers looking for this. this items here are fry-free. they will be limited to how much they can take, because we're are expecting 300 teachers. this event starts at 10:00, and goes until 4:00. >> how much can they take? just a little bit of this, a little bit of that, or what? >> reporter: i was told that it happens to go by bin and what kind of classes they are looking for. if they're looking for just one class, or multiple classes, how many students they have. a teacher we spoke to said she has 25 kids in her class that she has to find specifically construction paper for a lot of the projects she's she is going to be doing, and her school doesn't have them, so she is is responsible for getting them for her students. so they have plenty of staff on standby here to help them out. >> okay. good event. thanks so much. leigh martinez reporting for us from san francisco.
we talk about students hid bagging to class, and also with severe allergy. thanker spending a lot of more than on those life saving epipen. pharmacies were paying about $100 for a two pack. today, that costs $600. we were told it's an epipen monopoly. >> myla this, the company that produces epipens has a 900% market share of all of it that is sold in the world. what mylan holds is the pat. >> reporter: on the actual injectable system. there is not another company currently that's had fda approval that am edge gists feel really comfortable with predescribing. -- prescribing.
coming up, an exclusive interview with a woman who was in the wrong place at the wrong time. at 9:30, how this woman's life changed forever when a tree branch in san francisco fell in a park. >> and up next, be a fresh look. we're going to go live to the danville farmers market to get an inside look at the freshest seasonal produce. >> there are some options. cantaloupes anyone? we'll have some tips on what you should be looking for.
>> good morning. our produce question of the day is do you know the difference between -- this is bob, our produce expert on peaches. what are the two kinds? >> we have free stone and clings. a free stone peach, which is your early season peach, when you cut the peach, the stone comes right out. hence the name free stone. cling means when you cut your clings, you're going to find that the pit stays in.
so for canning purposes, you always want to use your free stones. much easier. >> reporter: cantaloupes aplenty here. tell me something about them that i don't know or the people at home might not know. >> there are four or five different ways to find your best san cantaloupe at the market. always look to make sure that the color is good. the richer the color, the richer the flavor. then make sure there's no cracking, no mold of any type, and then turn it over, look at the bottom. when you see the pelley, that is a yellowish color. that's the part that was on the ground. that means it ripened on the vine, and the sugar con stent going to be good. and if the aroy ma is there -- aroma is there, you know the cantaloupe is properly ripened, and will give you the best flavor profile. and only cut what you plan to eat that day. the rest of it, when you put pit back in your refrigerator, leave the seeds in, because
that allows the melon, the flesh, to stay more intense, and doesn't dry out. >> the cantaloupe is kind of a vanilla cantaloupe. look at the variety. what do we have here? >> these are crenshaws. this probably has the highest sugar content of any melons you're going to see. we also have shar le medical have beens. kind of a cross -- sharlene's, kind of a cross between the honey dew's. and then we have orange flesh hope dew, which has a deeper -- honey dew. which has a deeper flavor to them. everything here is from turlock, home grown and terrific. >> how has the weather affected these this year? >> better crop of medical weres than normal, because the heat has been so intense in the
central valley. >> and some of these use a drip system, right? >> almost all melons use drip irrigation, which from a standpoint of drought is terrific. >> reporter: did you guys learn anything here at the danville farmers' market? i think bob has his entire clan here. >> we want to see them. >> very good. >> you want to see them? there they are. say "hi!" >> all right. thank you. >> thanks steve. thanks, guys, well done.
there see the bay, a lot of fog and low cloud cover over it. we'll stick with this for the next couple of hours, and then as we get into the second part of the morning and early afternoon, finish the sentence for me. mostly sunny skies away from the coast. low 60s for oakland. the sun is shining, and temperatures are rebounding. the rest of us back under the cloud cover. we haven't seen temperatures change a lot in the last couple of hours. but that is going to change as we get into the second part of your day. 70 in oakland. 7 of in mountain view. if you want the warm weather, go inland.
into the north pay, a pleasant day in santa row is a, 77 for you. and our south bay location, 79 expected in san jose. today is not a spare the air day. on to the extended forecast. temperatures cooling off just a bit for tomorrow. not expected to see as much smoke is on your sunday. monday, temperatures bottom out, so to speak, rebound on tuesday. a little bit warmer on wednesday. little changeny forecast. look at that. allow 60s -- cross the board for the coast. low-to-mid 70s across the board for the bay. >> have a little cross section. it's all good. >> a great forecast. >> now turning to the summer games down in rio. the u.s. women have successfully defended their
title in the 4 by 100 relay race. that was last night's victory. the entire u.s. olympic team hitting the 100 medal park. >> meantime, it was golden good- bye for usain bolt, the man often called the greatist sprinter of all time leading his jamaican teammates to victory in the men's 4 by 100 relay last night, and it wasn't even close. 9 races in his olympic career, and he won gold in every one. three olympics. >> amazing to watch. >> coming up in 20 minutes, he a local teacher came to start a new nonprofit that has already helped hundreds of kids. >> and honoring a singing
giants won two in a row over the mets. perhaps the good luck charm the great tony bennett who celebrated his 90th birthday last night at the ballpark. >> and check out the fan fare he got. ♪ happy birthday dear tony happy birthday to you. >> happy birthday. doesn't he look fantastic. there he is with giants legend willie mays. that's at at&t park last night. and earlier in the day, he was at the san francisco fair month hotel, that honored him with a larger than life bronze statue.
>> thank you for being so wonderful to me. i'll never forget this day. thank you very very much. >> tony bennett's first public performance of his signature tune i left my heart in san francisco, was at the fairmont in 1961. he is set to host the charity concert at fairmont tonight. >> a 17-year-old proves you're never too young to accomplish amazing things. take a look. he's lifting nearly 600 pounds, and doing squads with them. he's out of co home buyia. go down, come up, and release. he made it. that story provide bed i bleacher report. his nickname is goku, the fictional animated warrior for the show dragonball. that boy is strong. >> real strong. >> strong legs. what is he?
welcome back to mornings on 2. and you get a sneak peek at what's behind us. if another pleasant day in store for the bay area. let's take a look at the overcast skies out there this morning. we will be sunny away from the coast as we get into the early afternoon, and our temperature very seasonal. right now, we're looking at 57 degrees.
low 60s oakland, liver more, in san jose, you're starting out 64 degrees. i'm beginning to see the clouds thin away, and they will turn again to mostly sunny as we get into the afternoon, even the late part of the morning. a gardenious day coming your way. mid-7s in the forecast for the afternoon. we are seeing a little bit of that smoke some haze continuing to drift our way for today. it will be better tomorrow. we'll take a look at the extended forecast coming up. not a lot of change going on. hopefully this weather is very enjoyable for you. back to you. >> police have issued a warning about fake kidnapping scam follow league hoax earlier this week. they say a woman wired money to a man who called her cellphone from an unknown number, claim it will to be holding her daughter are honest an. she later learned the threatening call was a scam, but only after sending the callingary a small amount of money. you can get more information on
this hoax by going to our website, ktvu.com. 800 freshmen at san jose state university are temporary moving into dorms that are set to be demolished, instead of the brand-new dorm they were assigned to. the new dorm is still under construction, and it won't be ready for about four weeks. some of the students say they're disappointed, because the temporary dorms are old and dirty. >> i feel bad for them. these dorms are terrible. they're just disgusting. >> we will hire professional movers to help the students move in. >> san jose state said crews work double hit forcing months to minimize the impact. >> the san francisco mother who was injured by a falling tree limb spoke exclusion live i to
ktvu from her hospital bed. a limb came crashing down on her. she said she is in a lot of pain, and does not know if she'll ever walk again. >> reporter: do you remember the tree falling down? >> no, very fast. sometimes feel sad. i don't want to see another person like me. >> her husband said he hasn't been to work since the accident 8 days ago, and and has had very little sleep, and they're not sure what is going to happen next. >> we have learned more about the young man killed in berkeley's first murder of the year. he was shot outside of hits family's home on mable street. alex goodwin is the victim. he was an aspires rapper who studied move in as a as.
his sister said she had no idea why anyone would want to kill her younger brother. >> he just loved music. that's all he did was the music, and being home in his room. he didn't bother nobody. >> he had information that would lead us to believe that the victim wasn't indiscriminately targeted, which would lead me to believe the public at large is not at effect. >> berkeley police have not made any arrests yet. they are asking for the public's help he as they search for leads in the case. >> and richmond police are off aring an award for the shooting death of an oakley teen. made was shot and killed. she was riding her bike in richmond. police say made was going to see a -- made was going to see a -- mattie was going to see a friend when she was shot. >> the center force dewitt control now warning pregnant
women to avoid part of miami beach florida because of the zika virus. it is the second area of the miami-dade county where the local strain of the virus has been found. the mayor of miami beach said the city is doing everything it can to stop it from spreading. >> between our efforts and the counties spraying efforts, the last thing i would ever want to be on miami beach right now is a mosquito. okay? and is we're going to do everything in our power to make this city safe for out residents and tourists. that's job number one for the city of miami beach right now. >> although it is mostly spread through mosquito bites, both women and men can trance mitt
the virus sexually. >> here in the bay area, there's a warning of the west nile virus in marin. one of the birds was found in san rafael. the other dead bird was found in santa rosa. investigator control said that although the secaucus virus is making headlines, people in florida also need to be aware of the threat of the west nile virus, so they are encouraging people to get rid of that standing water at your home where mosquitoes breed. >> >> often school supplies are paid for by the teacher themselves, but a san francisco nonprofit is offering to take some of that financial burden off of teachers, and reduce landfill wastes all at the same time. >> leigh martin are has been -- martinez has been checking it out. are they still accepting
donations? i know they have people in line waiting for them. >> reporter: that's right. scrap is the nonprofit. they're going to open in less than 30 minutes. you can see the teachers there have been in line for more than be an hour now. they wanted to get their hands on some stuff. we're talking about one teacher's trash is another teacher's treasure. this is all recycled items. we have tape dispensers, some games here. all of this stuff is so good, so usable. teachers say they get ideas once they get over here, some ideas for a craft project. they have their creative mind, those teachers, on how they can change things around. some of it is brand-new. some of it is old. you night have to test some stuff out. one teacher was looking for pencils that sharpen and right well. she bought some is new ones, and it was a little disappointed in their quality. so they have them here for free
for teachers if you get your hands on them. this is good quality tough. some stuff has never been used before. like brand-new paper. this is really great stuff. these are donated from other teachers. instead of going to landfills, teachers that don't need them anymore, have retired. oh, watch it. we have stuff flying around all over the place. other teachers can get ideas from their classrooms. teachers are saying they spent lows to $500 or more every year on supplies, so this is a big deal for them. >> good stuff. okay. thank you. >> well, donald trump now calling his former campaign chairman paul manafort a few true professional. manafort resigned amid conditions about his role in a
deal in dry you're crane. >> the officer cities of our country have been run by the democratic part for more than 50 years. their policies have produced only poverty, jobless', failing schools, and broken homes. >> polls have shown trump only has support of 1% of the country's african-american community. the owner of a san francisco bar is hoping to display the naked statue of donald trump that appeared in the castro district on thursday. public works officials took it away saying it was set up with without a permit. the city said the statues owner has 90 days to claim it. but the owner said he would be happy to display that statue, is going to try to work something out with the artist. one supervisor said the statute may be funny, but there is also a political message.
>> it was totally point for naked document to be in the castro, tour symbol for our city and the world of just what a fraud donald trump is. >> the naked donald trump statues appeared in several cities across the country this week. police say whoever put up the stature could be cited for vandalism and will have to pay for the cost of removing it. until then, the statue is going to be in an evidence lock per. >> hillary clinton is focusing be on ore campaign as she prepares for a fund-raiser. a gym teacher making sure all students have a good pair of shoes for school.
last year started a gofundme page to help provide shoes for the students in their class whose families could aren't afford them. the idea wases so well- received, she started the nonprofit shoes for kids to give shoes to children all across sonoma county. she said it started after one of her p.e. students came to class one day in dire need of sneakers. >> a 5th grade boy, a student of mine, came to the mile run with the sole completely hanging off of his shoe. so i had to tape it on so he could run. >> i think what she is doing is awesome. the confy dozens a game change are for the kids. >> so far shoes for kids has given away for man 300 pair offers shoes to kids in need. >> a super model is bringing her talents to the bay, but she won't be using her beauty. of course tiara banks will actually be teaching right here in the bay area.
good morning. a lot going on around the bay area this weekend. we'll be mostly sunny away from the coast as we get into the afternoon. temperatures very seasonal. mild warm, depending on how you like it. i'll show you where you should be for your saturday coming up. >> thank you, rosemary. the annual art and soul fest is celebrating it sweet 16 this year.
it celebrates oakland's vibrant art and music scene, and features live performances, 40 different artists, a family fun zone. it just goes on. >> here to talk about this weekend's event is sammy roberts, a founder and executive director. and how excited are you this morning? >> we are so excited. the weather looks to be beautiful. there are people already streaming into downtown. you can smell this barbecue from about a mile away. and we're very excited. >> and this started 16 years ago. you had one stage, and a few people? >> yes, one stage, one sponsor, and a sleepy downtown. the transformation of downtown oakland over the past 16 years has just been amazing. now we're so busy and so in
demand, and with the restaurant scene and all of the arts and culture going on, we're the talk obviously the nation. >> you're almost like, wow, this is oakland, and we're a part of this. >> the whole festival is about oakland. 80% of our 0 artists come from oakland. what makes this so special is it's a homecoming of sorts, and this year is no exception, because we have oakland's super group tony tony tony coming here, and also a lendary slide guitar player, sonny, coming to play.
>> we have 35 pit masters, both professional and backyard enthusiasts coming from all over the state of california, to convene in our 0 third annual oak town throwdown. and they have work, ribs, chicken. it's just fantastic. and they compete for cash prizes. >> you talk about the homecoming for the musicians, and you talk about, you know, how it means something, i think there's something about every festival in every town that they have has a little bit of something about the flavor of who they are. tell me about the vibe. , we you are walking through this vest federal, and the people who come, and it's a family affair. >> it's something for all ages. it's reflects, embraces, and celebrate this vast sun and parallelled ethnic and cultural diversity you can only find here in oakland. so the vibe is just beautiful. it's people of all back grounds
and ages. it's everything in this area coming together to celebrate. >> and you say celebrate, because sometimes oakland is not shown in a freight light at types, so this is a good way to celebrate, you know, all of the people of oakland. >> well, this is celebrating what's really happening in our community. how people are living, feeling. how people are interacting and mingling with one another, and embraces and celebrating the great talent. the artery in oakland is just fast. >> you talk about the attention it gets. there is a lot of pride in that, think, to say you haven't seen as much of this side of us as we want to show you. >> well, absolutely. and if you look at all -- like you said, each festival has it's own thing. music is a big thing for us. and what sets oakland apart and the festival apart, is the sort of range of the type of activities that we have. i mean, where elsewhere you you going to find beat boxers,
contortionists, acrobats, aerialists, gospel greats, blues legends, and national recording artists, carnival rides, great food, wine, one place, and for $12 general admission. and kids 12 and under are free. >> sammy, thank you so much. festival runs from noon until 6 today and tomorrow. admission $12 for adults, adam we said. kids 12 to 17 are also 7 bucks. 12 and under be, you're free. >> thank you so much. >> of course and the weather is great. rosemary has worked on that for us, right? >> rosemary, you better come upstairs, because we have good eating up here. >> yes, everybody and spun good weather if oakland today. going to be very pleasant.
love that kind of weather. hopefully you'll love it too. a view outside our doors, where we're starting out with the gray skies. folks already on the move this morning. temperatures slowly rewounding for those of us covered in the clouds. >> the counter clockwise rotation continues. another day of hazy sky a possibility. it's in the upper levels. leash is a look at the clouds beginning to erose. the winds are on shore, will remain onshore today, as we get into the aftermoon. so a little breezy at the coast, maybe just inside the
bay, but it couldn't be too bad. temperaturewise, take a look at brentwood. 64 in livermore. 64 in fairfield. as we get closer to the water, and closer to the overcast conditions, we have 62 in oakland. 57 san francisco, a cool 57 in half moon by a. started outer with low clouds over the bay. 57 in santa rosa right now. 57 for san jose. 77 in santa rosa, 74 for san rafael. upper 60s to low 70s. upper 80s to low 90s. in and a around san francisco today, 65. 6 into the south bay of san jose. and 69 expected for morgan hill. a lot going on. the festival in castro valley, a lot going on along the peninsula. temperatures continuing to cool as we get into sunday. coolest day is monday. as we rebound into tuesday and wednesday, notice these changes
are very subtle. mid-to-upper 80s in the forecast. a lot of 70s along the bay, and 60s at the coast. >> the ribs are gone, but the pulled pork is delicious, just so you know. >> i will see you very soon. >> all right, thanks, rosemary. let's talk about tyra banks. she is soon going to professor banks at stanford university. the 42-year-old super mod logical co teach a class. she holds a masters from harvard business school. siness sch >> we're still together and glad of it. coming up, what this very special couple still does every year celebrate their anniversary that some people might find a little bit strange.
annual -- it willian vest federal have fill the streets from 11:00 to 7:00 of san francisco. you can enjoy italian food, beer, and wine, among other vendors. >> and in the north pay, get a taste of petaluma. you can check out it's shops and breweries. it's a fun little town. the festival runs from 11:30 to 4:00 today. >> and a sweet tradition for more than 6 decades. >> & ann and ken celebrate by nibble on a piece of their wedding cake every single year. how about that. the couple got married in 1955, have and v been eating a little piece of fruit cake for 51 years. >> the caterer gave my mother the top layer of our cake, and i said why not eat a piece of that to celebrate.
and that's how the tradition start. >> we still love each other, and we enjoy each other's company. and and they love the cake, too, i guess. oh, there you go. hope fay have a good freezer. >> they said the secret to six decades of a good marriage understanding compromise, and of course a little something swat. >> are they pouring liquor on that? like a little bit of brandy? >> that's commitment. >> how are we doing weather- wise? >> got to love the weather. these clouds goring to clear out. >> you have to provide us some good weather. >> here it is. 60s at the post.
>> you have earned a rib with that forecast. we're very excited about it. >> we will continue to follow all of today's news for you here at ktvu. we'll be on-line, facebook, twitter, instagram. >> you have through the whole show. >> always, of course. thanks for joining us this morning. we appreciate it. we leave you with a great picture of the farmers' market in danville.
- [emily] on this episode of xploration outer space there are millions of asteroids in our solar system, but a small group is inching their way closer to us here on earth. - the bottom line is there's danger out there. - [emly] we'll see how we're preparing for near earth asteroids, from telescopes that track them, to a gun that predicts their impact. and we'll meet a group that believes that the key to future space exploration is mining asteroids. that's all next on xploration outer space. welcome to xploration outer space. i'm emily calandrelli. it's believed that over four and a half billion years ago the planets in our solar system were formed. the left over material, the dust and the rock that didn't make it into the planets formed together creating the subject of our mission today. let's explore asteroids. (explosion)