tv KTVU Mornings Weekend Edition FOX August 27, 2016 7:00am-9:01am PDT
a good way to start the morning. we are glad you are waking up with us. good morning and welcome to mornings on 2. it is saturday it is saturday, august 27. a little dark out. >> fall is in the year. >> let's check in with the weather pick the raiders have a big game today at 5 pm. first some of the stories we are tracking we're still trying to track down what happened in downtown one that creek this morning. >> you can see from this video it was a big crime scene this morning. , through there and streets were shut down. some reports of shots fired. more on that coming up. happy today but it was a
longtime reporter at ktvu and she died of breast cancer but throughout her six and half years she raised awareness and a lot of money for the fight against it and annual walk in her honor will be held today at lake merritt and we will take you there. >> and happy birthday to the national park service. celebrating 100 years. >> christien kafton is out in san francisco's maritime museum it's one of the places you can visit for free all weekend long. rosemary joins us with the forecast. there's a lot going on. oakland has a festival going on in chinatown and so yes it's a good day to be outdoors. it's going to be nice and mild. once we clear the clouds out. san francisco in the background and you can see the clouds joining us this morning. most is only as we get into the
afternoon. let's talk about the raiders. a great forecast for you if you're going to the game. 67 with the west breeze. most of your skies so when you're sitting out it's going to feel just wonderful. this warning we're starting out in the 50s and low 60s. and attempters will continue to climb into the second part of the morning and early afternoon. let's look at the temperatures. 61 san francisco. 61 that creek. san jose 62 and 59 santa rosa. when i come back we look at futurecast and expect them to move out of the way in afternoon highs day coming up. new from overnight 20 minutes ago san jose police released details about a deadly stabbing and officers were called to a disturbance after midnight on basket avenue in leon drive. when they arrived they found a man had been stabbed and he was pronounced dead at the scene.
no arrested made it so 35th homicide of the year. there were 30 in the city in all of last year. a developing story out of walnut creek. gunshots reported at a downtown nightclub. video of the scene from overnight -- police said are not releasing any details but as you can see a big police presence in an area of locust and cypress street downtown. we will monitor this story and give you updates throughout the morning. there are new developments involving major international stories first a national day of mourning in italy for the 290 people killed in wednesday's 6.2 earthquake. a funeral is also for 35 of the victims. that feral taking place in a community gym in a hard-hit village. among those attendance is the president and prime minister. overnight usgs reported magnitude 4.2 aftershock and
are been a most 1000 aftershocks since wednesday's earthquake. and bangladesh police killed a suspected mastermind of the july terror attack at a cafi which left 22 people dead including a california student. they storm the terror hideout this morning killing four suspects including the leader who lived in canada for years on july 1 militants took over a popular restaurant and killed police officers and 20 hostages in bangladesh including 18-year- olds -- an 18-year-old who went to bangladesh for summer internship. happy today a benefit concert for one of the families who lost their home in a wildfire the team up and lucky boys will be performing at winter's tavern in pacifica at 2 pm. the wildfire burned nearly 4000 acres destroying 300 buildings and also have more information on how you can help the victims
of the fire go to ktvu.com and click on web links. san francisco is a fee for the public's hope to find the person responsible for a vicious attack on a pedestrian last weekend. a spokesman for the police tweeted this sketch of the assailant. notice the more on the upper right cheek. the attack actually happened on washington street near lafayette park and we have to warn you the surveillance video is difficult to watch. the pedestrian suffered a broken nose and the man punched her for no apparent reason and then stroker multiple times when she fell down. she says he asked her to say you're sorry. she had never seen him before. a man is dead after his motorcycle crashed on the golden gate bridge setting down northbound lanes during rush- hour last night. that accident happened 6 pm south of vista point. traffic was stopped.
it looks like that for about one hour for folks going out of the city toward marin. the motorcycles weaving in and out of traffic when hit the curb and was thrown from his bike. no other cars were involved he was pronounced dead at the scene. high school ballplayer was paralyzed on the eve of graduation helped kick off a new season last night. >> reporter: jake javier returned to his mother to watch san ramon valley high take on tracy high school in the jv and versatile ballgames for he broke his neck diving into a pool in june and headed to call poly and hope to further his walker but instead he underwent spinal surgery and months of therapy. >> every day i feel better. i feel stronger and my stamina is up. i'm doing great. >> there's always a calm air about him and he very quickly
-- and he's thankful for what he asked. >> an amazing young man. jake is part of a groundbreaking trial using stem cells to regenerate nerves. he's not going to know for perhaps a year how much he will improve it was a memorable night for him and his family. the junior varsity 120-0 his dad coaches the jv team while as you brother jason scored two touchdowns. the us is stepping up efforts to stop the spread of the zika virus. >> fda is requiring all blood centers to test for zika within three months. >> california is among the states facing an earlier deadline. >> reporter: the battle to contain the zika virus is now expanding to protect the nation's blood supply. us food and drug administration announced new guidelines friday for the blanks -- for blood banks nationwide.
>> we're taking this step to further enhance the safety of the blood supply. >> reporter: fda says california is one of 11 high risk states that should test all donated blood for the zika virus by the end of september. most of the states are close to florida or mexico where zika has been spread by mosquitoes. some also have zika cases related to travel or sexual transmission. california has 170 such cases. doctors say the concert is blood donors might be carrying the virus without knowing it. >> 80% of people who are infected with zika will never develop any symptoms. that is one reason why it's a risk to unit of blood >> reporter: the bay area blood center of the pacific mount vaca says since february have been asking donors about travel to zika risk zones or sexual contact with someone who has traveled in those areas. the blood bank officer a pilot zika testing program last month which it will now expand. >> donors are tested for hiv,
hepatitis cut west nile virus and a number of other diseases. zika would be added to that and we get all of the results within the 48 hours. >> reporter: the zika screening test is new but doctors say it has already been used in florida and puerto rico. >> it's not yet been fda license is still in the investigational face but it's a new -- a nucleic acid test which means we are looking specifically for the virus rna within the bloodstream. there are two part manufacturers in the us 2 the test on samples are then sent to 11 arizona for results but blood banks a medical centers -- the full effect on blood centers is unknown free admission at the museums and parks to celebrate 100 earth day of the national park service. >> several popular bay area sites are taking part in the special milestone. christien kafton joins us from
one of the spots museum at the san francisco maritime national historic park. >> reporter: good morning it's national park service 100th anniversary. they 100th birthday and we get the present which is great. we are inside the museum so i have a loud voice. it's booming an echo in here but morgan smith is joining us from the national park service. thank you for waking up early and letting us in early to the aquatic museum. tell us about the centennial. >> it's free for the national parks across the country we like to come out to the parks to save this go maritime national historical park but the 14 other national parks in the bay area. >> us talk about what we can see this is the maritime museum give a sense of we are close to fisherman's wharf and
ghirardelli square. >> there inside the museum and this is the stern of the ship found in san francisco. >> yes this came into the gold rush and brought passengers and the passengers left and so did the crew because they wanted to make there own fortunes. -- their own fortunes. the boat was stuck in the mud and found years later >> this is a model of what it would've looked like and this is a bit of san francisco's maritime history. >> that's correct. that history also willing people but ships like this reuse out here to wail on the west coast >> this is a replica but this would have been out on the bay and go out into the ocean. >> in the ocean would be a big ship have these smaller boats to take the crew out. >> reporter: it's free to come into business him today and national parks across the country today. >> this museum is always rebutted the national historic ship is usually a fee but today it is free. >> and this is what you're talking about. with the red holds is the
square ridge tall ships >> in one hour you'll see us out on that ship and we get out early and get a preview of what the public will see later on. >> yes a close-up look at the historic ship >> one note some people at the national park service everyone things about one of the icons in the bay which is alcatraz. today -- >> it's likely filled out but it has a boat fee but not an entrance fee. >> on a day like this alcatraz will bulk alcatraz months in advance. >> you can find out but it's likely fall 13 other national park sites in the area. they can find there own park >> we have some amazing things. near woods and -- muir woods rosie the river and pinnacle point reyes. a variety of things to do. >> thank you so much. in one hour morgan will take us
out and will be live on board. alcatraz is so hard to get to but he is right there are so many other parks to see. >> i want that about a dozen times and never gone in good stuff. national park service is there something for everyone. you can find the national park to fit your interests. >> and the price is right. here is our instagram picture of the morning. posted by luke. golden gate national recreation area. centennial celebration. national parks are the best. we love to see your photographs. include the #ktvu and we might put your picture on air. we have a link on ktvu.com to find your own national park to visit. we're moving on.
allegations of abuse and a livermore charter school. >> if there is mismanagement deal with it that is not a reason to shut down a school that has high academics. >> coming up the inaction prosecutors accused of principal and a vice principal of doing and the connection with a foreign exchange student. the first look at colin kaepernick. highlights when we come back.
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kaepernick completed two of six passes 14 yards and also ran for five times for 18 yards and that she has some work to do. >> it felt to be good to be back on the field. it was excited to be out and wish we had done more but it was good to get out and get my feet wet. >> erma telstar aaron rodgers looked sharp. green bay leads are 21 of 10 winner one final tuneup thursday against sandy grove chargers and they play for keeps. as for starting quarterback still mum on that for now but kaepernick seems to be a lock for that in a few weeks. kaepernick might've found himself in a new controversy. first reported he did not stand during last night's national anthem. vendors issue statement which reads in part national anthem is and always will be a special
part of the preconcert money and respecting such american principles as freedom of religion and freedom of expression we recognize the right of the individual to choose to participate or not. no word on why he was sitting during the anthem. cal football alive and well. there's open the season. city australia and say hi to davis with the quarterback is a transfer from texas tech he had a hot hand. four touchdown passes and ran for another score so they blew out hawaii and win by 20. 61,000 people attended the game in the region is in college football to the country of australia last time the game is played down under was 1987. happy today of the area woman is putting her birthday to help feed the hungry. jennifer hubbard is hosting a barbecue and give away for
those in need and she's going to head out clothing supplies and toys. she did this last year getting 250 people but now she wants to make this event an annual tradition. today's barbecue starts at noon at four park in napa. it was a tough assignment for paul chambers he was a celebrity judge for the bay area barbecue cookoff. it's a three day festival in hayward yesterday. he got a chance to sample sauces from barbecue masters them across the country. he would like was struggling. the cookoff continues today and tomorrow admission $10 you can enjoy live music and ribs chicken and more starting at 11 am. what is about ribs? they look good anytime of day. >> a good day for barbecue. >>
>> absolutely. we have some great weather coming our way for all of your we been running mountain that's going to the case again today. we have a minor one of coming but again it's going to be minor. here's a live look on the east bay where the low clouds have moved all the way inland. from a different view you can see from the coast around the be well inland north bay east bay into the south bay stretching past the south bay. and continuing on this will pull back it's going to take some time so for the morning hours mostly gray skies the onshore breeze is with us fairfield 20 miles per hour and still robust but not as strong as yesterday. as a result expect sounds to clear out and temperatures similar and warmer yesterday -- right now these temperatures are similar to yesterday. 50 degrees and fairfield. 60 walnut creek. 61 san francisco 59 redwood
city. here's a look at futurecast. notice it begins to kill back stopping at 11 am so at the coast and portions of san francisco maybe just the east bay shoreline but it will continue to move out of the way as we get into the afternoon in partly cloudy skies with the coast. the temperatures will be very mild and notice the shade of yellow and orange for the inland cities and no shade of red indicating if you want those 90s you have to get all the way into the valley. for us it look like 77 for napa today. 75 mobile. close to the water 65 in san francisco. for the east bay 71 at oakland. and 86 the afternoon high for brentwood which is one of our warmer spots. 78 redwood city.
if you're seeing the giants play today a nice one a little cool into the evening. but at game time 61 degrees and partly cloudy skies. it will be brisk getting in and out of the park. plan ahead if you're going to see the game. tempers continue to climb into sunday. and that's about it. we're pulling back as we get back to work on monday. falling even cooler next week. 70's around the be and 60s at the coast. we will and august feeling much like fall. and we have pulled together some numbers. >> in honor of fall we are making it 40 degrees in the studio. >> it is chilly. a major development out of mississippi this morning. we tell you what police are saying about the murders of nuns.
people in parts of missouri are dealing with major flooding and flash flooding causing problems for number of drivers in kansas city. some of the drivers abandoned cars because of the high water in several streets. there have been some minor flight delays some minor flight delays avenue, kansas city as well because of the rain they are getting. a 46 romantic charged in connection with killing the nuns in mississippi. ronnie sanders arrested yesterday in the bodies of sister margaret held and pamela were found thursday in their home after they did not show up to work at a clinic where they cared for the poor. they were stand with what appeared to be a break in. a car missing from the home found thursday night about one way. the promoters could be able to sell certified preowned cars with outstanding recall bonuses. advocates say a loophole in the
recent decision by the ftc go out gm to sell certified preowned cars that have safety defects. the center for auto safety says that could set a precedent for other automakers to the same. the single most important safety concern in the vehicle is whether there is an outstanding safety recall and that is not part of the certification program. to fix that safety recall. >> in recent years 50 million cars of year have been recalled. flames ripped through a warehouse in moscow overnight killing over a dozen people. coming up what investigators believe sparked the blaze and why those inside the warehouse got lost trying to find their way out. less than one hour away from the annual bay area walk to help women undergoing training for breast cancer. high you can help -- how you can help.
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morning >> that marine layer loves us. >> it is shrouding the bay area. >> the morning everyone. hanky for joining us and happy saturday. >> it is 7:30 on the clock. more news in just a minute we want to check back in with rosemary for the forecast. we're talking with a cool shot outside but also how cool it's been this month >> it has. folks is race talk about it of how warm it's been >> if you're on social media # august is a popular one. we want to show you some of the highs we get so far in august. livermore hit 96 on august 16 and that was the hottest day of the month. it has been -- in 2011 was a last time livermore to not hit 100 degrees. even though it's very warm for livermore not hitting 100 degrees in august is a typical. san jose the high was 88 on the
16th. only the second time since 1980 san jose has not hit 90 in august. oppressively goes 80 degrees in august. today we've only got to 75. and san francisco one day in august on the eighth hit 70 degrees. they've been the 60s for the entire month. >> >> let's switch to the other graphics. again back in august 8 70 degrees and the only 70 we hit in august. and those numbers you see are the years we actually did not even get to 70. it has been a cool august and the rest of the month looks just as cool. the full forecast coming up. mark twain the coldest winter i respect was a summer
in san francisco. overnight a warehouse fire in moscow killed 17 migrant workers. 60 died at the scene and the other died at the hospital. flames moved a printing plant filled with flammable liquids and paper products faulty lamp believed to sparked the blaze. workers were found in a remote part of the building officials say the victims might have been lost or confused because of the smoky conditions but they were hiding with a thought with a safer place in the building. the victims were from a former so the republic believed to be in moscow. a woman recovering in the hospital after being shot outside a shopping mall in antioch. police were called to the summer town center after 4 pm and that's when they found the woman inside a vehicle bleeding from at least one bullet wound. she was taken to the hospital and a 47 not updated her condition. should a remains at large while investigators were at the mall i came across suspects who were wanted for stealing. three women detained at the scene and the stolen property
was recovered. principal and vice principal at a charter school in livermore are facing criminal charges for failing to report allegations of abuse involving a 14-year-old foreign- exchange student. the tutor accused the student of copying homework causing the student to leave the prep school and that with the tutor to forcibly put him into his car and bring him back-to- school. but no one reported the incident to police or cbs and the ceo of tri-valley learning which oversees the high school and elementary school in this no indication was any criminal wrongdoing but because of the charges the principle is on administrative leave. >> i never got any sense there was injury. i don't understand why this is happening at this point. he's a professional and many parents love him. students love him. >> the school vice principal
has since resigned and the for exchange student program was suspended months ago and the tutor accuser the abuse stopped coming to cancer -- campus after the incident. they hope this plus claims of financial mismanagement will not close the school. we're from the parents of a man killed in san francisco out playing pokemon go >> how the rally hedgers becoming a professional baseball player. tara moriarty second with his parents to talk about his life >> reporter: calvin riley was a college baseball fire we start was on the rise. >> it's a nice it could hold baseball he served during took his father sean moved the family out to the bay area five years ago because he felt the opportunities in baseball were greater here than they were back home in boston. >> he was on his way >> he was on his way, delta community college in stockton trying to reach his goals becoming a doing baseball player he was at that point in his life
he was starting to get offers. >> reporter: calvine never got his crack it back on august 6 after 9:30 pm while walking with a friend your ghirardelli square playing pokemon go he was shot in the back >> he was killed instantly. >> it's been a nightmare. his death was his best friend. they did everything together. he was stolen from us. the rest of his life was stolen. everything he had worked so hard for. it was taken from him. for no reason. >> it is hard. we just need help to find the person who did this. he was such a great kid. we want the person brought to justice. >> we buried him in a you from >> reporter: his alma mater has
retired his number nine jersey and in the locker room. san francisco giants sent the family with a short signed by the players. >> and to his killer >> i would say you have stolen from us a huge piece of our heart. it will never be the same. park police released this statement about the case and says police are actively working to solve the case in the shooting and calvin riley on august 6 we brought in extra resources including other federal agencies with extra -- expertise in this type of incident to move the case forward. a bill on governor jerry brown's desk requires officers
to put away unlocked guns in their cars. it cited the law officers nose with unsealed carry permits. would require to lock up their guns in a container or inside the trunk. the safety measure already required by citizens the police are excluded from the current roles. jerry hill says offer the measure because too many handguns have been stolen from police cars and used in crimes. governor brown has also been sent a bill that would ban theme parks in california from breeding or does are making them perform if he signs that theme parks organizations can be fined up to $100,000 for violating the ban and march they will announced it would no longer breed orcas and it would stop making wheels do tricks and its amusement parks. happening today hundreds of people are expected to walk around oakland lake merritt to raise money for uninsured and underinsured women undergoing treatment for breast cancer. this morning friends of faith is holding its annual faith
fancher breast cancer challenge a 5k walk run. it was started by reporter faith fancher who chronicled her breast cancer fight on it. she died in 2003 and 53. france ummerville and dave clark omc the event and next. live theresa williams was also a longtime reporter and is organized the event. we have more information on- help out on ktvu.com. the berkeley city council voted to raise the minimum wage to $50 per hour in 2018. that ordinance passed yesterday as part of the comp remise between competing measures on the november ballot with different timelines for many increase should take effect. this measure would increase minimum wage next year and the other would increase in 2019. supporters of the wage increase in a matter when it takes effect it's necessary because cost of living in the bay area keeps going up. >> if you have the minimum wage and 40 hours a week you make an
annual $31,000. i highly can live in berkeley for that kind of money. >> berkeley mayor set for monday he will ask the judge to approve the compromise which will encourage voters to vote no on both ventures in november. giants followed up a near no-hitter with a sweet shut out last night. they blanked the braves 7-0 and there is no place like home. a packed house on the be and they all that to say. angel pagan nearly put one into the be. it does not quite get the break. two out to on his face to giants go out on top. bottom the five bottom the 560 and -- 6-0. that will find room rbi double pitcher jeff samardzija and giants win 7-0.
dodgers lose and one game out in the nl west a's interlink in st. louis. yonder alonso home run second inning. a solo shot oakland would get no more in the midwest. they were down to-1 at that point. cardinals and one more and some defense. a nice diving grab. st. louis wins 3-1. new clues in the search for an assault suspect.
happy saturday. is a live look at the golden gate bridge. whitney houston the background. we have cloudy stars to start the day -- cloudy skies to start the day. moses sunny and slightly warmer today. look at what to expect anything to forecast coming up. us government says it will not be done releasing hilary clinton's calendar before the november election. this comes seven months after federal judge ordered it to start releasing them. the ap says apartment has about half of the schedule so far and it apartment expect to release the last of the detailed schedule around december 30. nominee donald trump will be campaigning in iowa today after spending last night in lake tahoe. he was raising money for his campaign a dinner at harrah's casino. tickets range in price from
$200-$5000. it was sold out but not everyone showed up was there to support the gop nominee. >> i'm here because i would like to get a message that all everyone in this area supports someone like donald trump. and his hate filled rhetoric. >> he's our only hope. we have to protect our constitution and the republicans are the only ones that will do it. >> earlier in the day trump was in las vegas where he met privately with latino leaders. catch all of the new fox news sunday tomorrow morning. as well as will talk with trump's new campaign manager kellyanne conway and the strategy moving toward the general election which is not far away. also one of my interview with the nominee and former governor gary johnson. time to check out what is new in the theaters this weekend. it concludes -- includes the
return of a horror flick. and a boxing biotic the features are sure playing sugar refiner. here's kevin mccarthy with more. >> reporter: it is kevin mccarthy with this week's movie reviews including tannic resurrection starring jason stay some and jessica alba. it's the sequel to the 2011 film. he plays him in order to assassinate three targets same jessica alba's life. the we just met. i made a gigantic action than but let me stop her second. this scene you were watching in the trailer is the best scene in the film. i loved this scene. they show it to you in the trailer there's anything you need to see you don't into the movie to get that scene. i grew up watching action movies and are was my favorite of all
time. i'm not comparing arnold but there is a way to make an action movie the right. the skepta study to be great but has to be no you have to have the correct stakes. and commando for example with arnold he's trying to save his daughter and that makes perfect sense. here i cannot care that stay some wanted to save jessica alba's character it was not built into the store enough to care. there was some horrible editing and horrible direction. decent action but that scene you saw is the best scene in the movie. there's no point in seeing it in my opinion. i give it 1.5 out of five. very poor editing. don't breathe this is tough to review. it is brutally relentless and there is a great filmmaking it's intense and also scary and well acted. i will never ever watched the
stomach and in my life. it was one of the most disturbing experiences i've had in the theater. one particular scene that always will stay with me and i don't that might intrigue you to see it but for me personally i left shocked and not in a great way. the movie is works it's about three friends who are robbing the house that possibly has several thousand dollars a man who lives there is blind. he's a phenomenal actor and the only good part about the tour. but for me i do not find -- film left entertainment and went into brutal relentless violence. and am not saying are movie copy violent but there is times when it takes it so far over the top it really affected me. i give it four i think it's a solid review but it's a good film but also making standards.
i just felt i would never watch again. it's very scary and brutal and intense. next up hands of stone this is about roberto direct starring robert de niro and give ramirez and usher who plays sugar ray leonard. my review is available on fox five dc.com. i guess we won't be seeing those movies. >> good to know. i don't like being scared. i don't like it. >> isn't that the idea for those movies? >> yes which is why i don't go to them. i will take a romantic comedy any day. outside today i guess you could cash in on a movie but if you get into the afternoon you might want to be outdoors. another great day coming our way. a cool cloudy start.
temperatures ranging from 50s to low 60s and the cloud cover is extensive. this coming from patrick. we are covered in clouds with no surprise. partly to mostly cloudy along the coast today. and you can see at this time how widespread it is. on the way into the east bay. it's fairly deep if it gets passed livermore and concord and it's right around there where you have some sunshine. but most of us are in cloudy as conditions. on drew brees about 20. pacificare moving through not quite as strong as yesterday. today temperatures turn around with a slight warm-up expected for the afternoon. these numbers similar to 24 hours ago. 61 san francisco. 62 san jose. 61 livermore. 58 novato.
in the second part of the morning early afternoon clouds will pull back and by lunchtime mostly sunny a least away from the coast. san francisco partly cloudy. 65 for the high there. 71 oakland. if you're seeing the raiders played later upper 60s expected at game time. 80 degrees in concord. mid-80s for the warmer locations which is a nice one for antioch. this is august. for the extended forecast not a lot of change going on for the next few days. we will warm up some into sunday and mid-to upper 80s in the forecast. 66 the average high for the coast and partly to mostly cloudy skies. chapters fall off attacked -- temperatures fall off just a bit monday. this is the final stretch of august. 80 on tuesday. 77 on wednesday.
as we talked about a while ago no big warm-up in august. there were no heat waits. a military group has completed its mission that started four months ago coming up the causes part a cross- country journey. let's check out our pet of the day. gorgeous green eyes. friendly and affectionate. >> she is about three and is a great in just any home. contra costa animal services shelter in martinez.
an assault and robbery on the usf campus last month. it shows man and woman entering the campus building on lilley avenue july 26. the woman punches a student and one of the men steals there backpack the woman punches another student in the face and steals her cell phone. the second-seeded suffered a broken nose and accused of selling a laptop computer from don't if you recognize them you are urged to give the same physical police a call. seven years after to see duggar was freed from back. prison in antioch she's back in the headlines. yesterday federal court upheld the dismissal of lawsuit she filed and says the government is not liable for the actions of the pool officers who did not supervisor kidnapper. the guard was 11 when took her from the street near south lake tahoe was on parole at the time and 18 years later a police officer spotted him with young girls and the officer suspicions led to his arrest. a six-week-old infant who
had been innocent of the hospital died on thursday. her father is now being charged with her murder. the baby girl named viola was taken a santa clara valley medical center with a fractured skull nine broken ribs a broken left arm and multiple fractures in both legs. matthew zabala was arrested on tuesday and what they call a horrific case of child abuse. they say this is not the first time he's been convicted of abusing a child and they are hoping to put him behind bars >> we will do everything we can to hold them accountable and get some sense of justice for the baby. >> the sheriff's office in the medical center foundation of how celtic 05 page 2 of the funeral costs. he's facing murder only to best violence and felony assault on a child with force likely to produce death. he would back in court next week members of the military charity have reached the end of
the cross-country mission. the group hoping hands for freedom is raising money and awareness to build house of healing and ptsd center for soldiers in gold star families. they walk into sentences go yesterday completing the cross- country trip and begin the journey in atlantic city new jersey in april. >> i'm doing it because i believe in the mission they support. i think there are too many soldiers who have come home that have not come home that there still a little lost. and having issues that this ptsd center could help. >> charity has not decided where they will build the new center and right now for prostate are competing for the project. a virginia woman who is door to act robert avossa's she shot down a drone that was flying over his home. >> when it came i reached for my gun and got it. it was my belief to give people their privacy. >> jennifer young man says she spotted man hanging around his
property in fokker county virginia. she says she chased them aloft and threatened to call police. they left amy lee and young man says a short time later she's on the drone flying over the property. when the wind blew the drone into her yard she took out her 20gauge shotgun and blasted it >> coming up in the 8:00 our we're live oakland mayor libby schaaf. what she says about the possible new aids stadium. the raiders made to vegas and the latest announcement on the search for a new chief. national park service elevated centennial park we take you on board velcro so -- one of the treasures of the national park service for free.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. there is a shop this morning of our gray skies. >> a very cool august. good morning to you. it is saturday a very cool august. good morning to you. it is saturday, august 27. i'm claudine wong. >> i'm frank mallicoat. we have a lot coming up in our next hour including oakland's mayor live in studio. we have a lot to talk about with her including the opd chief search and some stuff coming up this week. we will talk about the a's because they did a tour of the possible site for a new ballpark. and the raiders are talking about vegas and that could be coming up. we will tell you about a way you can help families. for
one family who lost their home in the wild fire up in lower leg. the rock band, the lucky boys, will perform at the winter's tavern in pacifica at 2:00 this afternoon. all proceeds will help the family. the wildfire burned nearly 4000 acres and destroyed 300 buildings. it's been a cool month of august. rosemary joins us now. we have been talking about this weird month. we had a heat wave and now -- right. and sunshine. you get into san francisco in some area on different days and they do not see the sunshine. a little atypical for august. we will and august that way. we will remain cool. today, temperatures will come up slightly. for some of us it may be too tough to tell. here is a view of the bay bridge . covered and overcast skies
this morning. a lot going on around the bay area including in san leandro where we have august fast. the afternoon high will be around 70. it will be gorges. perfect weather with a west tabriz and mostly sunny skies by this afternoon. this afternoon temperatures are in the 50s and low 60s. 60 degrees in santa rosa. 61 in san francisco. low 60s in oakland and livermore. san jose at 62. a beautiful shot of the golden gate bridge with fog intact. i will look at what you can expect clouds to clear and the afternoon haze coming up. overnight about 20 minutes ago, san jose police released details about a deadly stabbing. officers were called to a disturbance after midnight on bascom avenue and de leon drive. when they arrived they found a man had been stabbed. he was pronounced dead at the scene. no arrests have been made. this is in san jose's 35th homicide of the year. there were 30 in the city all
of last year. we are following a story out of walnut creek where gunshots were reported at a downtown nightclub. video from the scene overnight. we called walnut creek police. they are not releasing any details but as you can see, a big police presence in the area of locust and cyprus streets. that is where the club is located. we will continue to monitor that story and give you updates online and throughout our mobile app. turning to stories about international stories. a national day of mourning is happening in italy for the 290 killed in wednesday's earthquake. a state funeral is also being held for 35 of those victims. that funeral is taking place in a community. among those in attendance at italy's president and prime minister. the usgs reported in magnitude 4.2 aftershock there.
there has been close to 1000 aftershocks since wednesday's quake. in bangladesh police have killed a suspected mastermind of the july terror attack at a cafi which left 22 dead, including a cal student. authorities stormed the hideout this morning. the raid killed four suspects including the suspected leader who had lived in canada for years. on july 1 militants took over a popular restaurants. they eventually killed two police officers and 20 hostages, including jury should jane, a freshman at cal from india who went to bangladesh for a summer internship. a benefit concert for one of the families who lost their fat -- home in the water. the lucky boys will be performing at winter's tavern in pacifica. that will start at 2:00 this afternoon. the fire burned nearly 4000 acres, destroyed 300 acres. we have more information on how you can help the victims of the fire.
go to ktvu.com. san francisco police are asking for help in finding a person responsible for a vicious attack on a pedestrian last weekend. a spokesman tweeted this sketch of the assailant the caption reads, help us identify the suspect on washington and park battery. notice the mole on the upper right. the attack happened on washington street near lafayette park and pacific heights. the surveillance video of this attack is very difficult to watch. police say the pedestrian suffered a broken nose when a man punched or for no reason and struck her multiple times when she hit the street. she said the attacker asked her to say, you're sorry. she had never seen that man before. a man is dead after his motorcycle crashed on the get up -- golden gate bridge. this happened around 6 pm south of vista point. traffic was at a standstill for an hour. you can see these pictures as folks just sit there trying to get out the city.
witnesses said the motorcyclist was weaving in and and out of traffic and speeding when he hit the curb and was thrown off his bike no other cars were involved. the motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene. high school football player from danville is paralyzed on the eve of graduation help call for new season last night. >> jake javier! >> jake javier returned to his alma mater to watch them take on creasy high school in the football game. he broke his neck diving into a poll in june. he was headed to cal-poly hoping to further his football career and said this summer he underwent spinal surgery and months of therapy. >> i'm focusing on what i need to do now and if it does come in, that's great. if not, i need to learn to live how i am now. it's good hope to have. >> he hasn't changed. he's always been that way. it's good to see him.
>> just an amazing young man. he is part of a groundbreaking trial using stem cells to regenerate nerves. he will not know for perhaps a year how much he will improve. it was a memorable night for jake and his family. the junior varsity team 128-0. jake's dad coaches the jv team as well as younger brother, jason, scored two touchdowns. the u.s. is stepping up efforts to stop the spread of zika. the fda requirement that all blood donation centers now test were zika within three months the deadline for california is earlier. california is one of 11 high risk states that must test for the virus by the end of september. most of the states are closer to mexico were zika has been spread by mosquitoes. some states have zika cases are related to travel or sexual transmission. >> donors are tested for hiv, hepatitis c, west nile, and a number of other diseases it. zika would be added to that and
we would get all of the results within 48 hours. zika screening tests ours still new but it has been used in florida and in puerto rico. the various blood centers of the pacific avenue asking donors since february if they have traveled to zika risk zones. in his weikel president will address, president obama is calling on congressional republicans to take action and devote to fund the administrative response to the zika virus. >> our primary focus has been protecting pregnant women and families, planning to children. for months now the cdc has been working closely with officials in florida and other states. nih and other agencies have moved aggressively to develop a vaccine. >> president obama said cdc emergency response teams have been on the ground for weeks in southern florida to combat zika. he warns that if republicans continue to hold out funding for research, more lives will be at risk. a federal judge in san
diego uphold the state mandatory vaccination law it requires a student to be vaccinated for schools. only student entering kindergarten in the seventh grade must prove that they've had their shot opponents challenge the law calling the requirements, unconstitutional. the ruling comes as students begin a new school year and the law is enforced for the first time. families can bypass the requirement with a medical exemption form signed by a licensed doctor. free admission at the museums and u.s. parks to celebrate the 100 birthday of the national park service. >> several popular bay area sites are taking part in this special milestone. >> let's go to christien kafton. he was at the san francisco maritime museum early. now he is on one of the tall ships. it's always cool to see that ship and you will give us a look at what you will see when you get on board. >> reporter: will give you a look at what you can see. we are on board. this was one
of the treasures of the national park service. morgan smith is joining us to let us know this is one of the options people can use for this free weekend. >> this is one of 14 sites around the bay area that are parts of the free sites this weekend. >> this would have been the galley on the ship. this is not the kitchen i think most people would picture for themselves for today. >> they would be cooking for 26 or 28 people on this ship. >> reporter: tell me about the history of the ship. >> this was a cargo ship. it had different cargo depending on the life of the ship. it started with grain and moved to lumber and canned salmon in the later years. >> reporter: this weather made the trip back and forth from here to europe and back, right? split yes. this the most dangerous thing a ship can do is go past cape horn. this did the journey seventh -- 17 times. >> reporter: this is much like it would of been set up as the ship would've looked at the
time it was an active cargo ship? meant yes. what it would take a load to europe it would come back with cargo. it got paid both ways for the trip. >> reporter: you said this is one of -- it looks like they brought champagne back and forth or is that -- that is bass ale. this is one of the options people can use for this fantastic free weaken. this is the centennial of the national park service. >> yes. 100 years for the national park service this week. there are many sites, they can go to. >> reporter: how much longer? mick this weekend. it was thursday through sunday. today and tomorrow. >> reporter: we have one more thing we will check out later. one of the other ships that's part of the national park service right? meant yes. this one just went under a restoration. >> reporter: it just went through a fantastic restoration and reopened last week and. we will get a chance to show you that. the best thing about all this is
it is your national park and it's free. for a full list of the national parks you can visit for free in california and across the country, head over to our website, ktvu.com and click on the web links. if you are going up to yosemite i think it's like $15 or $30. 8:12. allegations of abuse at livermore charter school. >> reporter: if there is mismanagement, deal with it. but that is not a reason to shut down a school that has high academics. >> coming up, the allegations against the principal and a former vice principal and why parents are worried the school may shut down. mayor of oakland. what she has to say about the possible changes with some of oakland sports team and an update on the search for a new police chief.
good morning. here is a sweeping view with a mix of sun and clouds. there is a gorgeous shot into the inner east bay. clouds are slowly eroding. we will have mostly sunny scares away from the coast on. perhaps partly cloudy at the coast. temperatures will be slightly warmer this afternoon. a look at what you can expect coming up. the city of oakland is looking for a new police chief after the department was rattled by a series of scandals. mayor libby schaaf said she welcomes criticism but has no plans to step down and she is moving forward in the search for a new chief of police. yesterday the city announced they are going to hold
community meetings, formally launching the search with the help of the committees. we're joined now by mayor schaaf tell us more about the event being held tomorrow. let's talk about this meeting tomorrow, or monday i should say. >> on monday we will announce the full schedule of the community input sessions as well as launch a survey. so everyone can chime in on what they want out of this next chief. >> we saw them do that in san francisco. how important is that? especially for committees that have a lot of turmoil to feel like they're part of the process. >> at this moment in time it's critical that we lift up the voice of the community in this moment of looking for the leader of our police department. on monday you will find out all the different places and times and how we will do the community input. if you miss it on the news, i encourage you to go to the city's website, www.oaklandnet.com. >> make sure to get involved in terms of timeline.
have you seen encouraging in terms of applicants and people who want to get in this? >> again. we will not formally open the search until we've heard from the public. that's why this is set to roll out. we're still on time from the original timeline that we talked about when chief whent resign. >> let's move on to the a's. we talked about the tour that was happening. 50 acres of land. this is still very early. this is about the possibilities. >> i don't want to get people to excited. they are looking at several different options. the exciting thing is all those options are in oakland. and their attitude about sites like howard terminal have evolved. >> you seen a shift. you've seen a shift in how they are receiving that information? >> absolutely. this tour i did not want to make a big deal out of it.
it was a technical tour with technical staff. no elected officials. the fact that they are doing that level now of due diligence on that site, i think we should see that as positive. >> we heard from the people who were talking about how early this is. >> there needs to be a formal proposal before you can really investigate what, if any impacts that would be on other port operations. >> they were talking about jaclyn square. this would really vitalize the. if you can get 35+ thousand people down here it would revitalize the area. >> this is the area we're looking at on the south end of the port. it would revitalize jack london square. they've been trying to get people to the restaurants in that district. >> that's why i've been promoting it. it's a fantastic piece of real estate and it would do a lot to add to the vitality of jack london square. >> many people would be excited to see that happen. >> and you can walked to the games. >> let's talk about the raiders. then there is this video that
was just released and presented to the southern nevada terrorism and infrastructure committee. >> this is interesting because i saw this video and i thought las vegas with his. i was reading reactions and they said that looks like carson stadium but in a different space. what was your reaction to this video? >> i remain very focused on developing a stadium that is responsible to the tax payers in oakland. throughout my term as mayor, the raiders have been exploring other options. they can. they are an international brand. and i am very focused on doing the work in oakland that is responsible, fiscally responsible for my city and we are making great progress. i love working with the star power of ronnie lott. he is brought a lot to this process and the raiders have hired larry mcneil.
he is the guy that got the deal done for the 49ers in santa clara. he has been negotiating on the raiders the half for an oakland city. i know it's not getting all the flash that las vegas is but the work is being done. >> let's talk about a subject you are excited about in terms of infrastructure. you have this bond measure coming up and we have a new $108 million system. international boulevard. it would have -- it would change the way we get in and around oakland. >> if you live in the bay area you know transportation is an issue. if you live in oakland, if you drive or walk or particularly high, you know we have some bad frozen that city. over the years the state and federal government has been decreasing money for us to fix our roads. it may not be sexy but it's smart. we're asking oakland or's to consider voting for measure kk.
this bond will generate $350 million to actually repave and fix these dangerous roads. the city of oakland is paying $2 million a year on trip and fall cases. this money would fix roads and sidewalks. it would make the city a lot safer. it does more than that. it also has a $100 million for affordable housing, to protect oakland or's from losing affordable housing as well as increasing the supply. and $150 million to improve our community facilities. >> where do you think the biggest hurdle is in trying to get man's people to check the box? >> the biggest hurdle is it asking people to reach into their own pockets. the thing about bond measures is they are more fair than a parcel tax. the amount you pay is based on the assessed value of your home, not your estimate the assessed value. for the median homeowner, the
initial hit would be $60 a year. but it would do all those things. it would make our lives much better. our infrastructure is crumbling. it's ridiculous. >> mayor libby schaaf, thank you for coming in. we appreciate your time. back to frank. how about some weather. when will we warm up? let's check in with rosemary and find out there's maybe never? it doesn't look like the month of august will see a warm up. outside it is overcast it's hard to warm up. here's a live look into the east bay where we are seeing a few pokes in the cloud. a little bit of glow from the sun. partly cloudy to mostly clear as we get into the afternoon. temperatures will warm up slightly. today, tomorrow looks to be the warmer day take this view and you can see how widespread the low clouds are. well above 2000 people even
some patchy drizzle all the coastline. as we get through midmorning and late morning, clouds will pull back once again. fairfield, the onshore breeze at 13 which is less. it was 20 or 25 we started earlier. the onshore breeze is still there but not quite as strong and not as strong as yesterday. 60 degrees in walnut creek. 60 in fairfield. around the bay, low 60s. 60 in redwood city. 60 in santa rosa. these numbers are like what we had to start the day on friday. there is a look at the future cast model. the clouds will pull back. by 11:00 we're claudia the coast but the rest of us are partly cloudy to mostly clear. into the afternoon we could see clearing along the coastline. partly cloudy skies for the post -- coastline. 65 in san francisco. upper 70s in fremont and san jose. if you go to the warmer spots, the inner east bay, 85 for
antioch. 85 in livermore which is not bad. we could easily be 94 this time of year. when it is hot a could be 104. here is a look at the giant schema forecast. 61 at game time. partly cloudy skies a little cool and a brisk if you are going to see the game this evening. here is a view of the extended forecast a tad warmer as we get into the back into the weekend. that is where it stops. temperatures will cool off some into monday. the bigger drop in numbers comes tuesday into wednesday. we are ending august on a cool note. >> there's also a raider game at 2:00 on channel 2. >> the weather will be good. upper 60s with clear skies. 8:24. a beer area walk to help those in need. we will go to lake merritt to help organizers. how the loss of a good friend at ktvu inspired a movement to help
closed. there has been minor flight delays at the kansas city airport because of the flooding. a man has been charged in connection with the killings of two nuns in mississippi. rodney earl sanders was arrested yesterday. the bodies of sister margaret held in sister paula merrill were found thursday in their home after they did not show up to work in a clinic where they cared for the poor. they were stabbed in what appeared to be a break in. the car was missing from their home. they were found thursday night. a cousin of dwayne wade was shot and killed while pushing a baby stroller outside a chicago. nykea aldridge was an innocent bystander. she was killed yesterday pushing the stroller near a school where she intended to register her children. she had recently moved to chicago's south side. authorities say two a gunman walked up, hard shots at another man but hit her in the head and arm. dwayne wade appeared via satellite thursday night on a tv special about gun violence
in chicago. >> talking about the violence that's going on within our city of chicago, never knowing that the next day we would be the ones that would be living in experiencing it. >> no children were injured in michigan. lea sutton arrested two people from the attack. there have been 381 homicides from the beginning of the year through the end of july in chicago. a 30% increase compared to last year. wade tweeted four kids lost their mother for no reason. unreal. we have been following the controversy surrounding colin kaepernick. some say that he purposefully sat during the national anthem before last night's game. i had though, his explanation for refusing to stand.
a good morning. look at that beautiful shot of the bay bridge this morning. if you like it great, and some people do. the runners are very happy this morning as they had out for their jobs because it is my single. good morning to you. it is august 27. welcome back to mornings on 2. >> it helps us give a beautiful afternoon. if we did not have the clouds in the morning we would be much warmer this afternoon. >> and you appreciate the sunshine when it finally makes an appearance. no heat waves coming our
way as we enter the final stretch of august. here's a look at san francisco across the bay toward the east. from san francisco i should say. a lot going on today. this afternoon in san jose, the california bloodless bullfight is going on this week in. the struts around 3:30 pm. it will be nice out there. 70 degrees with mostly sunny skies. apparently it is a real bullfight without the killed. san francisco in the low 60s. 63 in oakland and 62 in san jose. plenty of overcast skies. mostly sunny into this afternoon. at least away from the coast. i will have afternoon highs and a look at the extended forecast coming up. overnight a warehouse fire in moscow killed 17 migrant workers. flames swept through a printing plant that was filled with flammable liquids and paper products.
a faulty lamp is believed to have sparked the blaze. the workers were found in a remote part of the building. officials say the victims may have been lost or confused because of the smoky conditions. they were hiding in what they thought was a safer place. the victims were from a former soviet republic and they were believed to be in moscow illegally. a woman recovering in the hospital after being shot outside a shopping mall in antioch. police were called to the summers phil town center just after 48 -- 4:00. they found a woman in a vehicle bleeding from one bullet when. she was rushed to the hospital. authorities have not updated us on her condition. the shooter remains at large while investigators were at the mall became across suspects who were wanted for stealing. three women were detained at the scene and had stolen property. an infant who had been in a san jose hospital since sunday died on thursday. her father is facing charges of murder. the babies girl -- the girl was
taken to the medical center with a fractured skull, nine broken ribs, a broken left arm and multiple fractures in both legs. matthew zabala was arrested on tuesday in what authorities call a horrific case of child abuse. investigators say this is not the first time he's been convicted of abusing a child and they are hoping to put him behind bars. >> we will do everything we can to hold mr. zabala accountable. in get some sense of justice for the baby. >> the sheriff's office and the valley medical center foundation have established a gofundme page to help with funeral cost. he is facing charges of murder, felony domestic violence and felony assault on a child with forest likely to produce death. he is expected in court next week. the principal and vice principal at a livermore charter school are facing criminal charges for failing to report allegations of abuse. the charges stem from an incident between a tutor in a foreign exchange student at livermore valley charter preparatory prosecutors say the tutor accused the student of
cheating in the student left campus. that's when they say the tutor forcibly put the student back in his car and brought him back to school. the incident was not reported to police or child protective services. the ceo of the school said the police never told her there was criminal wrongdoing. vice principal has resigned. the principal is on administrative leave. >> i never got any sense that there was injury. i don't understand why this is happening at this point. he is a professional. many parents love him. students love him. >> the foreign-exchange student program was suspended months ago. the tutor accused of stopped coming to the campus after the incident. parents are hoping this incident as well as the school's financial issues will not lead to the school's closure. a bill on governor brown's desk would require officers to put away any unlocked guns in their cars. if it signed into law, officers
and those with conceal-carry permits would be required to lock up their guns in a container or inside the trunk. the measures already required for citizens but police are excluded from the current rules. senator hill out of san mateo said he offered the measure because of too many handguns have been stolen from police cars and used in crimes. governor brown has also sent a bill that would ban theme parks in california from bringing in orcas and making them perform.@, organizations could be fined up to $100,000 for violating the ban. in march, sea world announced it would no longer breed its orcas and would stop making wheels do tricks at its amusement parks. the berkeley council has voted to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour in 2018. it is being called a compromise. here are details on the vote and the impact it could have on the city. >> reporter: if you work in berkeley and want to live here you need to make it different beach. >> $2500 for a one-bedroom
apartment. >> reporter: city officials support boosting the minimum wage from its current rate of $11-$15 an hour. >> if you cut the minimum wage and you get paid 40 hours a week you make an annual basis of $31,000 per year. i will tell you, i don't know how you can live in berkeley for that amount of money. >> reporter: there is no stopping away typing the only question is when it will happen. come november, berkeley voters will have to decide when to increase should take effect. the wage would be moved next year. council approved measure next to move in 2019. ironically, dates said he wants both measures to feel. >> both the people who but the initiative on and the one we voted on to put on the ballot, we asked the judge if we can write an argument that says vote no. >> reporter: and said, officials unanimously voted for a compromise that would reason to wait to $15 an hour and 2018. with a cost-of-living increase
every year thereafter. one business owner said no matter what is decided, paying orcas $15 an hour is necessary. >> these guys work hard for us day in and day out. here in the bay area, expenses are on the rise. it's important to us to ensure that the people we value are able to take care of themselves and their families. >> is going to be hard. we are a town of small businesses. they are going to have to figure out how to make this happen. across the country you can tour historic site for free. >> this is part of a promotion for the 100th birthday of the u.s. national parks service. >> this morning let's find out more. we're checking in with christien kafton. he has been checking out some of the attraction at san francisco's maritime national historic park. what's up next? >> good morning.
our tour of what the bay area has to offer continues. we have an busy going from one spot to the next. we're now on deck on board the c.a. thayer. this was just lovingly restored fairly recently. morgan smith is joining us to tell us about this. part of what you did was -- these masts were originally here and taken away. these are all new macs >> we just put up three masts. this is a restoration that has been going on for 13 years. 80% of the ship has been replaced altogether. >> reporter: will this have been used for? >> the main part of this was used as a lumber schooner. it would go up the coast and carry lumber. they would fill the holes under nice to, stuck it on deck and bring it into san francisco. >> reporter: as we said, lovingly restored. we have video from last weekend when you unveiled this. our photographer was out there and shot the video last weekend. check out what looked like last weekend as it was unveiled. and again today.
there was a lot of pomp and circumstance. the family was hereto rechristened and dedicate the ship >> the family and the last owners before the national park service to get over. it was a great celebration. >> reporter: we've been talking about how their is a lot for people to do here on top of this ship and others. all of this is available and open and free for people so they can come on board this ship or the others and they can also check out the eureka as well? >> that is an old ferryboat that used to go to so salida, and the hercules, a tugboat. >> reporter: all of this is to celebrate the centennial of the national park service. the 100th anniversary. >> yes. correct. we want people to come out. find your park. there is a little bit for everyone whether they love history or nature. >> reporter: we talked about
this. this is free of charge but we were also talking about alcatraz. alcatraz is already booked because that is booked pretty far in advance. >> people can confirm online that usually it is a booked very far in advance. >> reporter: thank you for the tour. it's been super fun. we've had a chance to check out the museum and a different boats. a lot of options and something for everyone. these are your parks. get out there and use them especially today since they are free. thank you for the tour. for a list of national parks you can visit in california for free in california and across the country go to ktvu.com. click on the web links tab. the bay area is ready for football. niner fans got their first look at that guy, colin kaepernick. and aaron rodgers played as well. rogers looked a little better. we will highlight the packer and niner game coming up. up next, the friends of
giving you a look at a cool san francisco morning. clouds overhead. these clouds are well inland this morning. we will watch these as they pulled back i think in the late morning and early afternoon. temperatures will run unseasonably mild again today. those numbers and your extended forecast are coming up. today about 1000 people are taking part in a walk around lake merritt to raise money for women with cancer. friends of faith is holding its annual faith fancher breast cancer challenge which is a 5k walk/run. it starts in about 14 minutes. the walk was founded in honor of internment reporter, faith fancher, who died of breast cancer in 20 -- 2003.
even though she was sick, she found time to help others. organizing events to help underinsured and uninsured breast cancer patients get treatment. her friends and former ktvu reporter, rita williams is one of the organizers. we will go live to lake merritt now to talk about today's big event. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we are out here at lake merritt. as you can see behind me it is beautiful out here. this is a great day to come out and walk to raise money for men and women fighting breast cancer. here is my team, you may notice a fox 2 hat . this was one of our ads way back when. and i have a fox 2 badge for the people on my team. all we need is for you to come out.
we have registration going on. the walk begins at 10:00. you can see behind me there are people already gathering. we have music playing. all we need is you. we hope you will come out too. >> is an amazing event. for folks who don't understand or our younger viewers who did not know how personal this was for the entire ktvu family, can you talk about faith and her battle and how great she was , sharing that battle with everyone. >> faith was diagnosed and it started with a lump ectomy and then a mastectomy. and it went on and on. it recurred three times. i get emotional thinking about it. it is out of love for her that here, all these years later, since 2003, this is our 12th annual. we are out here doing this for faith and raising money the way she wanted this done. to help people fighting rest
cancer. all the money stays in the bay area. this is due help folks who need things like emergency grants for babysitting to go to chemotherapy treatments or to get their rent paid so they can pay their doctor bill. we have been doing this and all media from around come here. we have every station represent appeared every radio station and newspapers. i have jason appelbaum standing beside me. i don't know if he wants to be in here but -- some of our emcees today are frank somerville and dave clark who have been longtime supporters. i only have one microphone -- >> we need to go register. we want to join your team today. >> this is some of the swaggier going to get. >> good. i need something. >> this is a great family event out here. please come walk with us. >> what would they say about what you doing today and still
fighting the good fight? >> she is smiling at us. anyone who knew faith new that she never saw a camera that didn't love her. and she was so electric. she got on the stage and she just blossomed. i know she is out here. she will walk with us today. >> thank you so much. i know you've been dedicated to this cause and everything and working so hard. with scope big crowds had your way this morning. this is also a great cause. good luck today. thank you. >> if you would like more information or to donate to friends of faith, head over to our web links section of our home page. there it is. ktvu.com. such a fun event. everyone is dressed in pink. it is a fantastic event and a such a good cause. >> and it's a 5k. it's not a very long walk. i guess it's going to be a
little chilly. >> i think by 11:00 the sun will pull through for the end of the event. is going to be a gorgeous day in the afternoon. here is a look at san francisco or from san francisco across the bay towards the east where we have not see much change of the last couple of hours. gray skies are still there that are slowly eroding. temperatures have not budged much. 61 in san francisco. low 60s in oakland. 62 in liver to -- livermore. novato is the coolest spot. afternoon highs will be partly cloudy at the coast. 63 in pacifica. low 70s to mid to upper 70s around the bay. low to mid 80s for our hotter spot.
85 in antioch. in the south bay, 82 in morgan hill. your extended forecast will be slightly warmer into sunday. we're not seeing any drastic term one way or the other. temptress begin to cool on monday and we continue the cool down as we get into the end of august. well below the seasonal average for this time of year. upper 70s to near 80s for inland cities. 70 degrees around the bay and low 60s at the coast. >> some people are really enjoying it and some people are not. thanks. >> their guitars are invisible but their passion for rocking out is not. [ music playing ] coming up, the air guitar world championships.
we have an update to the colin kaepernick controversy. niners nation and sbnation took a photo of the 49er for intentionally sitting on the bench mother rest of the team stood for the national anthem before last night's preseason game against the packers. in an interview with nfl media, arnick said, quotes, i am not going to stand up to show pride in a flight for a country that oppresses a black people and people of color. to me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way.
there are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave for getting away with murder. the 49ers issued a state of that said, we recognize the right of an individual to choose to participate or not in our celebration of the national anthem. we have posted this story online. you can express your thoughts on our facebook page. there is a competition that proves you don't actually have to know how to play the guitar to be a rockstar. [ music playing ] >> this story makes me laugh. these are people from around the world competing in this year's air guitar world championships in finland. an american man took home the title. this year's winner, matt burns of new york, who is also known by his stage name, aristotle. >> i worked really hard at this
for a very long time. i'm really happy that i finally one! yes! >> organizers say one of the goals of the air guitar world championships is to promote world peace. >> i love it. i must admit i play a mean one. we have some good weather coming our way. a minor warm up for the weekend. when i say minor i mean many of us will not fila. low to mid 80s expected for warmer spots today. 70s around the bay. 70s on the coast. a little warmer on sunday. into monday tuesday and wednesday, temperatures fall back and we will and august on a cool note. upper 70s to near 80 for inland communities. that is very nice. we had some very special
guest who came to our studios this morning. >> a line of cars moving in. this group is known as the golden state mopar's. they stopped in today and are in studio today. the welcome -- they travel all over the bay area for the ride. there is a beautiful lineup in our parking lot more. tomorrow they will but having a barbecue. >> this is all about dodge chargers and a challengers. thanks for joining us. have a great saturday.