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good morning. hayward's police chief has been placed on administrative leave for a personnel investigation. what a hayward city council member told us about this investigation. the november vote under threat. the cyber attack on the election systems of at least two states. 7:00. >> oh, man. >> take a look at the screen. all is peaceful this gorgeous morning. >> i put that golden glow that steve put out we are the golden state. >> you are right. >> thank you for joining joining this morning. >> see how she brings the good
weather in. she brings a beauty shop. steve paulson has the weather. >> a couple of drops reported. a little change there reported at the end of august. some high level clouds made for beautiful sunset and also sunrise. patchy fog always. it's looking like it's losing its support. a couple of drops in novato, clear lake. may just be a little one. most of that has moved off, but it is evaporated before it reached the ground coming from the west-southwest and this flow has cranked up the breeze for a few locations. coastal to the hills will be breezy. west southwest at 16 knots. not that strong in fair field. others stronger than that 50, 60s on your temps. the fog will burn off sooner.
mostly sunny. breezy to windy, coast to hill, they'll take the brunt of this breeze. near average temps which translates into the 60s, 70s, 80s. things better now, sal, on the richmond bridge? >> yes, the richmond bridge crash cleared. i'll show you the crash, things are gone now. another look at the bay bridge. going to be slow for a 15 to 20 minute delay before you make it on to the span. traffic is normal once you make it on to that span. we're also looking at a commute here on the san mateo bridge where the traffic looks good. seems different to me when it comes to the commute. i can clearly see all the way over to the peninsula which, in the last -- i don't know -- month or so, i have not been able to do that. but i digress. traffic has been normal for the span. steve asked about the richmond bridge and they have cleared the accident but the backup is
going to take a while to unwind driving across towards the east bay out of marin county. if you live from san rafael, you might want to wait for traffic to thin out. 7:03. back to the desk. as we have been reporting for months, both the san francisco and oakland police department are looking for a permanent police chief. this is a fill-in chief for the hayward police department as well. alex savidge is live where the chief, diane stuart, is now on administrative leave. there are a lot of big against unanswered, alex? >> reporter: there certainly are. mystery here in hayward. i just got off the phone with a member of the city council. she cannot reveal exactly what prompted this investigation into the chief but, again, she said that investigation is confidential but launched late in the day yesterday is what she just told me. all that city official also say
is that police chief diane stuart has been placed on leave until an investigation, a personnel investigation, can be completed and, again, they are not revealing the particulars of what this matter is. but we do know that 53-year-old chief has been in charge of the hayward police department for nearly five years now. she first began her law enforcement career with the san jose police department all the way back in 1986. she has been in law enforcement for quite some time. i talked a short time ago with the hayward city council member and she is urging the public not to jump to any conclusions about the chief's sudden departure. >> just have patience with the process. to know that we're following our procedures. if there are questions, they can contact the city manager's office but to know that city has done the job with managing all of our employees well and
with integrity and this is no different than that so just have patience with us. >> reporter: and while police chief diane stuart is on leave, captain koller is the interim chief. when i had the conversation with the city council, i asked how long this investigation might take and she told me she has no idea. she will let the process unfold here and we'll have to wait and see if more details emerge about exactly what this personnel matter is, gasia. the hayward police chief is out, placed on leave late in the day yesterday and we'll see how long she remains on leave. >> and three major cities in the bay area without police chiefs. thank you, alex. happening today, the san jose city council is expect to approve a emergency deck
clawrgs allowing the city suspend part of the police contract, allowing the cities to take up to 50 detectives and put them on the streets. and new evidence in the case of a man shot by a chp officer on highway 101 while allegedly holding a knife. now, investigators have now linked the man to an abandoned car. a tan volkswagen beetle was found parked nearby in the south town off ramp. the man was shot about 2:00 am sunday. he was rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. the fbi is warning of cyber
attacks on u.s. elections. there is evidence that foreign hackers targeted the tampa bay of at least two states. while states have not been identified, the washington post is reporting the states are illinois and arizona. tackers breached the--hackers breached the website of one state and tried repeatedly to break into the system of the other state. >> more and more information warfare via cyber means to destabilize the confidence. >> reportedly, the hackers were able to hack the illinois system and stole the password and user name of one official. and trump was raising money in woodside. fewer than 50 unsorry stations
were sent out. invitations were sent out. tickets started at $25,000. >> i'm not a trump sporter, quite honestly, but i think that's great. if he can do fundraising here, it's here for him, good for him. >> hillary clinton signs have been placed along the road the day before but we didn't see any protesters outside the trump fun rawzer. tomorrow, donald trump is expected to lay out his position on immigration during a speech in phoenix. he has been accused recently of flip flopping on what has been his defining campaign issue. the immigration speech was previously scheduled and then postponed. in recent weeks, trump has repeated his promise to build the wall between the u.s. and mexico but he has appeared to have backed off saying that he would use a deportation force to remove undocumented i am frantz
am -- immigrants for the u.s. >> today, hewlett packard ceo meg whitman will campaign for hillary clinton. whitman is a republican. earlier this month, whitman endorsed hillary clinton over fellow republican donald trump. clinton aid huma abedin is leaving her husband, anthony weiner after he was caught again sending ex-miss sit photos. one picture shows him in bed next to a sleeping five-year- old son. weiner resigned from congress in 2011 after being caught sending lewd pictures and images to women online a $50,000 reward is being offered to help find whoever shot and killed a berkeley man outside of his home.
22-year-old alex goodwin, jr. was shot on august 19th near maybe and burnett streets. he died later in the hospital his death is berkeley's first homicide of the year. there is no word on a positive motive so far. two women bonded by the heart ache of losing a very young child. in 15 minutes, the conversation they now want to start about family leave and how they want the presidential candidates to get involved. and collin kaepernick continues to be the talk among niner nation and the rest of the nation. the niners have a big decision. will collin even make the team? we'll talk to some sports experts coming up after the break and we are looking at a commute that is still looking pretty good in some areas but filling in. this is a live look at 280 in san jose. you can see right out of downtown heading up north. it is slow. mostly sunny forecast.
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welcome back to mornings on 26789 time is 713:67:89 more now on the controversy over 49ers quarterback collin kaepernick and his refusal to stand. he said that a person can become a police officer in just six months and said that the cosmetologist needs more education and training than an armed officer. the alameda county sheriff's office has invited kaepernick to come see for himself to see what recruits go through. >> we thought it would be best for collin kaepernick to come out and see what we do. >> alameda county deputy
recruits go through 28 weeks of strange and a special swat training. a spokesperson will be joining us today on the 9 talking about the training and his invitation to collin kaepernick. and the san francisco police officers union is among those slamming kaepernick. the union president said that the law enforcement community cannot be continuously blamed for all of society's problems including racial divide in our country. it is not fair and it is not true. he wrote that in a letter to 49ers letter jen york and nfl commissioner roger goodell. while the controversy continues on whether he will sit on the bench or stand for the national anthem, there are questions whether he will even make the team. >> reporter: the niners need to
make a decision by saturday whether or not they'll keep collin kaepernick. they have that decision to make. there is also the p r issue that i'm sure the niners will have to deal with handling this issue back and forth whether collin kaepernick stands and where they stand on whether he will be continuing this with the national anthem and mr. is his play on the field as well. some say that's just not enough for him to stay on the team. that's because blaine gabbert has had a pretty good training camp. it appears that gabbert will be the starting quarterback. but the end of this week, as we mentioned, the niners need to make a decision. couple of things to point out. is the distraction for the national anthem too much for the team. and then there is the contract. he is guaranteed to $12 million. he is injured next year before training camp, the ninerss remain on the hook. this whole thing may be a ploy by kaepernick to stay on the team, some say despite his lack
lackluster camp. we talked about what he did. >> just move on from him they don't want him anyways. move on with chip kelly and focus on a young team and build on the future and look to next year's nfl draft when a guy like did he shawn watson will be available. >> kap went 2 for 6 for 14 yards in his last game. there are reports, one being from fox sport's jay glazer that kap may be released before the start of the season head coach chip kelly disputes that there is talk of him even sitting on the bench making him pretty much inactive for the rest of the year but certainly a lot of talk. niners have to make a big decision by the end of this week on saturday whether or not
to keep collin kaepernick. some say let him go. when we did speak to folks over 95.7 the game, many of their listeners agree with him taking the stand. they don't agree with the way he is doing it and some of most of them say, according to their listeners, they should just let kap go. our ktvu question of the day deals with this issue. if you could make the decision, would you keep collin kaepernick on the 49ers? why or why not? >> let us know what you think. post the comment on our ktvu facebook page. you can also tweet us with the hashtag ktvu. we will help get you out the door and to where it is that you are going. sal castaneda is here to do just that. >> all right, gasia and dave. we do have slow traffic all over the place and we are looking at the san mateo bridge right now because of it pretty busy trying to cross the bay, as you can see. it's not stop and go right at
the moment but it does stop, start every once in a while and we do have track that is going to be busy. traffic is going to be bus -- busy at the bay bridge which is nothing new. the richmond bridge has been a problem. it's getting a little better now after an early morning crash heading from san rafael to richmond. but from san rafael to richmond slow. look at hercules. 680 between concord and walnut creek slow, heading to the walnut creek interchange. 7:18. let's go to steve now. >> thank you, sir. more high clouds than low clouds. most of the low clouds have dissipated. look at that. how about that. some areas have been socked in since july. that's not the case right now. this made for a plethora, if you will, of beautiful sunset photos from our viewers, thank you very much.
these are all from our facebook page. i had many sent in around vallejo, el sebrante, also alameda, at the cut. inland, didn't matter. we had the strop call clouds coming. thank you for all your sunsets and i'm sure there will be some sunrise photos -- there you go. there is a winner. >> wow. >> thanks, everybody, for sending those in. that was on our facebook page. there are many. i posted one my self. one more or are we done? we are done. thank you. take a look at the hurricane, hurricane madeleine, 140 miles per hour. very little shear so it's holding together. the outflow to the north is holding. look at the wind flow. looks like it's going to take it towards the big island and a little bit to the south. that will be tomorrow night
into thursday. so we will keep you updayed on that but looks like it's going to jog in just like that. if you have travel plans to the big island, you might want to get there earlier or postpone for a day or two. we get the higher clouds and a low coming in to the north and that has picked up the breeze for some. a couple of reports and maybe a drop or two from about novato to clear lakes but you can count them on one hand. this is really high base stuff. low levels of the atmosphere are very, very dry but the fog is literally losing all of its support. inland temps not that warm anymore. not a howling delta breeze but gusts about 30 to 35 out around the altamonte pass and mount diablo. 50s, 60s on the temps. east bay temps, low 60s to mid- 60s. 56 in concord. cloud cover will clear out of
here by noon. patchy fog will get out of here. mostly sunny. windy coast and hills. low and high clouds but mostly sunny. near average temps. 50s, 70s and 80s, right around where we should be this for this -- for this time of the year. finally some sunshine for the coast and city where we have been socked in since july looks cooler thursday and friday, especially friday. >> loving the skies. >> nice, isn't it? >> that's a great way to start the day. >> yes. >> thank you, steve. a santa clara county inmate charged with a miss did he a -- misdemeanor is now in
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left her son at daycare so she could go back to work. her son died of undetermined causes. the two women believe, had they had more time at home with their son, their death cost have been prevented. the women start add petition asking both candidates to take action on the paid family leave. >> we were just looking for a way to advocate for at least longer paid leave or maybe get families some access, more access to paid leave so maybe they could stay home a little bit longer with their kids. >> reporter: the two women delivered the petitions to both hillary clinton and donald trump's campaign offices last week. they were able to have a sit down meeting with hillary clinton's campaign advisors. trump's managers took the petition but backed out of a planned meeting. they are still in contact with the two women. california has one of the
most generous paid leave laws in the nation. many states do not have their own policies protecting working families. people in those states rely on the federal law enacted 23 years ago which guarantees 12 weeks of leave unpaid. time is 7:26. a 19-year-old florida man accused of pretending to be a doctor is now facing new charges. malachi love robinson -- that's him on the left -- was arrested on charges of grand chef accused of writing a bad check of $1500 as a downpayment for buying a car. he made national news after being accused of practicing medicine without a license in february and stealing more than $35,000 from an 86-year-old woman in his care. time is 7:26. the city of oakland is beginning its search for a permanent police chief.
the forums from the different community groups and what residents want from a police chief. live in cupertino where apple is owing billions of dollars in back taxes. we checked with a tech analyst and what this all means and about the three-year investigation that led up to this. good morning, traffic is going to be still busy in many areas including the bridges but also here on highway 24. we are seeing some more slow traffic on the way to the tunnel.
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it is a beautiful day, not only in our own backyard along the oakland estuariy. temperatures are mild. we'll see a few rain drops of rain. we'll talk about that with steve paulson. welcome back to mornings on 2. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and i'm dave clark. let's go right to steve. you're going to want to hear this forecast. >> a couple of reports of a few drops but does look like a nice day, even on the coast and in san francisco. that fog is getting chewed up
pretty rapidly. some low clouds. all coming from the west- southwest. a low punching into the north coast has cranked up the breeze for a few. sunny, mostly sunny but some the higher elevations even on the coast could do with some gusts of 30 to 35 miles per hour. overall, looking pretty good here. the fog bank has waned here, 60s on some of the temps here. mostly sunny, breezy to windy, coast, higher elevations take brunt of it, but near average temps, 60s, 70s and also 80s. sal, anything new on your screen? >> a lot of slow traffic. a lot of the traffic, steve, that was held up on the richmond bridge made it through because the accident cleared. now they are on the east shore and that east shore freeway is not in good shape. let's go out and take a look at the drive time. driving from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze, almost an hour, not quite. we are talking about really for all intents and purposes taking an hour to make at that dry as
-- drive as you get to the macarthur maze. traffic is going to be slow. also in the east bay, we have seen slow traffic on highway 4. part of antioch, all of pittsburg, some of bay point and concord to walnut creek and into alamo, so traffic there, as well. and east bay, a couple of crashes hold up traffic. slower than usual. nest less, it is slow as you drive south. if you are driving on 680 south here, you can see that on the sonone bridge, you'll see some slowdown. the european union is cracking down on apple. the european union announced that apple owes billions on unpaid taxes. ktvu's janine de la vega joined
us outside of apple's headquarters. you just spoke to an industry expert. what is he saying? >> reporter: the analyst told knee that the european union wants to put a stop to multi- billion dollars companies like apple in exchange for getting jobs in ireland. apple jobs in ireland. he says that it appears that apple is being used as a test case. the european union says that ireland must recover $14.5 billion plus interest from apple. the union found ireland allowed apple to pay a corporate tax rate substantially less than other businesses. the corporate tax rate is 12.5% but in 2003, apple paid 1% on its european profits and .005% in 2013. we spoke to a tech analyst about the union's decision >> here what is he had to say. >> the timing is close enough
to brexit that they may be trying to clean up a few stuff before the brexit occurs. one of those things will be to collect unpaid tax revenues. they could be setting up to make this a penalty, if you don't guys get your act together, we'll do this to every one of the company this is a hav -- every one of the companies that have been receiving this tax treatment. >> the eyish company says it will challenge the decision. apple says it will have a profound and harmful effect on investment and job creation in europe. apple follows the law and pays all the taxes where we operate. we will appeal and we are confident that decision will be overturned. we have been watching the apple stock as soon as the market opens. right now, it's just a little bit less than 1% down. so, just a little bit down. we'll have to see how it fluctuates during the day or if it will. back to you. >> janine de la vega, thank you. time is now 7:34.
another for-profit college may soon be in financial trouble. i.t. t tech has been told by the federal government it cannot enroll students using federal financial aid. now, the school has stopped enrolling all new students. students who are already enrolled in using federal loans and grants can stay in the schools. the federal government is now requiring i.t. t tech to increase its cash reserves. a financial analyst says that means they may file for bankruptcy at any time. itt tech has students in oakland and in con court. young people in oakland especially will have a say in the selection sifty's next police chief. mayor libby schaaf outlined her search plans. she was joined by police officers, communities activist and a group of young people. the city has been without a permanent police chief for more than two weeks now. in a number of upcoming
community forums, the community will discuss what they want to see, one in spanish and one in in cantonese. >> mayor schaaf says that she homes to select a police -- she hopes to select a police chief by the end of the year with that person taking over in january or february. if you want to go to the forum and finding information, go to our website. and there is also a san francisco police forum. people who committed say they want somebody committed to reform. acting police chief toney chaplin has applied for the
post. and an inmate charged with misdemeanor has now been charged with a higher crime. he tried to escape. officers manning the monitors saw him upside down. upside down. he fell about 30 feet before get ailing rested. >> don't try to escape. he was in a minimum compound, in on a petty theft. >> reporter: elmwood installed new surveillance cameras. the man was treed for minor injuries. he has been transferred to a maximum security facility in santa clara county. a business owner in santa
rosa is releasing a video showing suspected thieves breaking into his business. the store's opener says once they got inside, they stole more than 40 high-end tools. the men are shown casing the store for at least 30 minutes before actually breaking in. police say it's pretty clear here that thieves knew what they were doing. >> they were done, i think, in three minutes they were done. cut, in, out. they attempted to get in here about four months ago, the same group of people. >> police say that white van used by the thieves which you can see in this picture was stolen from solano county. the store owners may be part of a burglary ring. the company that distributes those tools told them similar thefts have been stolen up and down our state. a suicide bomber rammed a car filled with explosives into
the gates of the chinese embassy in kyrgyzstan. that was the scene. the bomber was killed. three embassy employees were hurt. now, that chinese embassy is right next to the american embassy. so far, no group has claimed responsibility. today, in italy, a state funeral will be held for more than 200 of the 292 victims of last week's huge earthquake in italy. construction crews worked all night working a tent complex for the funeral after some survivors complained about the government's original plan to hold that funeral service in a distant airport hangar. the government had planned to televise the funeral and let survives watch on tv. when survivors angrily rebelled, they reversed course and built a tend city.
and the white house is about to revise a goal of 10,000 syrian refugees arriving. the group of several hundred refugees reportedly departed from jordan. some will land here in california, others in virginia. the milestone comes more than a month ahead of schedule. the white house says it has instituted stringent controls in selecting refugees from the united nations refugee agency. and a jury hair p handed out its decision on a teenager accused of a a hit-and-run crash. a sea otter shot and killed. what is done to catch whoever is doing that. slow on many of these roads, highway 24 being one of them, headed to the tunnel. more about the east bay commute coming up. coming up. comfort food...
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welcome back to mornings on 2 at 7:43. imagine requiring mandatory sentencing for people convicted of sexual assault and rape. the bill is now on the governor -- governor's desk. it was in response to the brock turner case. brock turner is due to be released from jail on friday after serving only half of his six-month sentence. he was also sentenced to three years probation and after he gets out, he will have to
register as a sex offender for the rest of his life and complete a sex offender program. a $10,000 reward is being offered to find whoever shot and killed three sea otters in the santa cruz area. the otters all washed up earlier this month between santa cruz harbor and sea cliff state beach. a fourth was also found this morning. officials have not confirmed whether or not it was shot. the sea sorts are protected as a threatened species. anyone caught killing a sea otter could face a $300,000 fine and possible jail time. >> it's pretty unique. last time that three sea otters were found shot and killed were on selma state beach in 2013. >> that case is still unsolved. authorities don't know why that sea otter was shot and whether
or not the same person is responsible. and police in new zealand are investigating as 500 cows were missing. the farmer counted the cows earlier. the cows are worth more than $100,000 each. sal, you have more problems? the high is between 6:00 and 7:00 but depending upon what happens, it can last as lopping a 80s and now we are getting closer to when things should start getting better. can, the best plans don't always come through. this is a look at 280 northbound. it is a little better than it was. still slow traffic heading up to the west valley. 101 and 85 slow as is normally
the case. getting into the south bay may be a little bit slow as well on 680 and 680 after the sonole grade looks good. this commute is looking good. the bay bridge is backed up for a 30 minutes wait. san francisco not bad commute today although northbound is slow, southbound 101 is okay heading down the peninsula headed towards the airport. 7:46. let's go to steve. >> sal, thank you. we have higher cloud over. most of the low clouds cleared off. looks like the higher clouds will be out the next couple of hours. a mostly sunny day. higher clouds kept the lows up, up, up. it was cloudy to mostly cloudy when i arrived at 0 dark 30. a big hurricane is approaching the big island.
madeleine is the hurricane. winds up to 140 miles per hour. 175 miles from helo. it will take a track a little bit to the south of the bay island. there is another one, lester, that's also on track to maybe move in by friday night into saturday. so active week there for the hawaiian islands. for us, low moving to the north. very cool. you can see that spin there. that has cranked up the breeze. now it's sending it off to the north and east. a couple of few drops reported. most of that looks like it has cleared out. 50s, 60s on the temps, mostly clear here. mostly sunny afternoon. the fog again not much of an issue anymore. mostly sunny, breezy, and it does appear that the wind will be favoring the cost and some
the higher elevations seeing gusts to 30 to 35 for some. when clear lakes start coming down to the 80s, 60s and 70s, water temps upper 60s and 50s, it's that time of the year where the coast is pretty nice. the average temp is now 70 degrees. that's what i went with today. 50s, 70s. for those of you stuck in the soup since july 1st, enjoy it. we dip down into friday. and it levels off going into the weekend. >> you did good, steve. apple may unveil the apple 7 iphone as early as next week. and here is the instagram pic of the morning. i believe i see palm trees. this photo is seen at chrissie field. thanks, jen. include the hashtag ktvu. you may see your photos on our
themselves into the apartment building and clean out the building's mailboxes in a matter of minutes stealing letters filled with credit cards, passports and other things one tenant showed us security video of the suspects stealing mail three separate times this month. >> these guys have stolen on thursday. on saturday, they charged five grand to local businesses. >> now, having a master key is a federal crime. we are told that postal inspectors have known about the thefts for at least ten days but replacing the locks could cost about $200,000. now, we are learning that a man in a zorro costume and bad information may have been what caused all that chaos at l.a.x. at the airport sunday night. this video shot by a witness shows police surrounding that man. you can see him down on the ground there outside of a baggage claim area. the man turned out to be an actor wearing a zorro costume.
when people saw police, a lot of people panicked and started running. some say they thought that was an active shooter situation because they also heard loud noises. and social media apparently helped spread the chaos. now, police say that they checked security video but never found the source of the loud noise that was mistaken as gunfire. the merger between virgin america and alaska airlines will lead to job cuts but apple is topping the list of stocks to watch right now. pam cook is back in studio with this morning's money watch. >> we have been keeping an eye on apple right from the sound of opening bell. investors are looking to apple for the tax revenues up to $14 billion. apple stock is down almost a dollar a share, just under $1.06 a share. as for the broader market,
there is the dow jones industrial. a live look there, down a quarter of a percent and down to about 64 points. the nasdaq and s&p 500 are also down just about a quarter of a percent. now, the european commission hit apple with a $14 billion tax bill. it contends an investigation finds that ireland granted illegal tax benefits to apple. it says that apple paid substantially less tax than other businesses over many years. the european union has never ordered the company topay this much before. apple preparing to make another kind of news. earlier this month, it sent out an invitation to an event september 7th. as usual, apple is not saying why. but they are expected to unveil
the apple 7, hence the date. and the airlines to eliminate mapping. jobs. virgin america says that's about 8% of it total work force. the job cuts will eliminate duplicate position when is burlingame-based virgin america is taken over by alaska air lines. that deal is expected to be finalized by the end of the year. alaska air says that it will keep all the service employees. j crew apparel will be available on nordstrom weight and at 16 nordstrom stores. it's interesting for j crew from having their own retail outlet to selling at nordstrom. that's an indication they are not doing well. >> right. thank you, pam. the biggest skating
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investigation. coming up here, we'll tell you why police chief diane stuart was placed on leave yesterday. cyber attacks on the election system in at least two states. mornings on 2 continues now. >> little me going to trainor ringing us into the 8:00 hour. the song is titled dear future husband. a lot of people will be getting married as wedding season is in full swing. if you are getting married this coming weekend, congratulations, five days earlier. welcome back to morning on 2. it's tuesday, august 30th. i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm gasia mikaelian. let's talk about the weather first because we have seen some changes first. >> mike, did you see something other than fog today?
>> i saw a little crack in the skies. there you go. >> i was quite happy going out to getting the newspaper. >> there you g. >> the fog is losing a lot of its oomph here. pretty deep sent little low moving in drawing up a lot of that moisture coming from hurricane madeleine. most pushed off to the east. a couple of isolate the -- isolated drops. mostly cloudy this morning. the low clouds don't have much left. what's there will burn off pretty fast. 50s, 60s on the temps. sunny, mostly sunny and breeze dry windy conditions. in fact, pretty good gusts along the coast in some higher elevations but mostly sunny. this translates into 60s, 70s.
>> i'm more excited about what's in your forecast. a little bit more sun. >> a lot more sun. >> for people along the coast. we're getting there. >> thank you, steve. >> a lot of people will be happy about that the macarthur maze, that's where we are starting in the traffic world and you will see traffic is going to be busy coming around the corner to the bay bridge. that is backed up for about a 15 minute delay at the toll plaza. once you get on to the bridge, it looks okay. maze, takes 45 minutes or so to drive from the hercules to the macarthur maze. looking at 880. wow, this is great. i love. this -- no why? there is an accident down the road. northbound 880 coming up near marina. they are clearing up an accident right at marina boulevard, right around here. the area that we normally see, oakland, that's clear because people are not getting through.
traffic is a mess driving from hayward on up to san leandro, going up the other way. nimitz, we used to call it the nasty in -- nasty nimitz. it's improved since but today is back to its old ways. you are in for a lot of slow track here in the east bay. now let's go at 8:03 back to the desk. hayward police chief, diane stuart, is under screwed any. >> stuart had been placed on leave for some sort of personnel investigation. ktvu's alex savidge joining live from hayward with this unexpected police department shakeup. >> a lot of questions here. >> reporter: i spoke to a city council person. she told me this was a confidential matter. she cannot reveal why the
police chief is under investigation. this started late in the day yesterday. that's when police chief diane stuart was suddenly placed on leave pending the completion of a personnel investigation. we do not know exactly what prompted that investigation. the 52-year-old chief has been in charge of the hayward police department for nearly five years. she first began her law enforcement career with the san jose police department in 1986. now a hayward council member i spoke with this morning is urging the public not to jump to any conclusions about this investigation focused here on the city's top cop. >> just have patience with the process. knowing that we are following our procedures. if there are questions, they can contact the city manager's office. but to know that the city has done a good job with managing all of our employees well and with integrity and this is no different than that. so just have patience with us.
>> reporter: in the meantime, captain mark koller has been appointed the acting chief here in hayward. he heads up the department's investigations division. i asked the council member this morning how long this internal investigation into police chief stuart might take. she told me that she has no sense of the time frame here. so we're just going to wait to see how long this personnel investigation will take but in the meantime, a police chief diane stuart again on leave and this city without its police chief at this time. back to you. >> allock, thank you. to the south bay. the san jose city council is expected to approve state of emergency declaration, one that could help with the city police staffing shortage that will let the city suspend some part of the police officers union contract. that could allow 50 detectives to be taken out of the gang unit and be assigned to patrol.
there are 420 offers assignment. that will change september 7th if the emergency declaration passes. and a man is sentenced for hitting and killing a vehicle with his vehicle while fleeing from police. an alameda county jury deliberated for about five hours before convicting 50-year- old sonny anderson. anderson was high on meth on november 14th, 2014, when he drove recklessly through san lorenzo for when he tried to avoid getting pulled over for having a taillight broken. new this morning a $15,000 reward is now being offered to help find whoever killed a berkeley man outside of his family's home. 22-year-old alex goodwin, jr. was shot on august 19th near mable and
burnett street. his death is the city's first homicide of the year. so far, no word on a possible motive f you have information about the shooting, you are asked to call berkeley police. also new this morning, the fbi is warning about cyber attacks on u.s. election systems. the bureau sent out a four-page alert after uncovering evidence that foreign hackers targeted four states. while the states have not been identified, the washington post is reporting that those states are illinois and arizona. hackers broke into the system of one state and triedto repeatedly break into the system of another. >> if we end up having a razor thin number of win, that could create a cries case in the entireelectoral process. >> reportedly, the hackers stole the user name andpassword
of one election official. and donald trump has a fundraiser. fewer than 50 invitations were sent out. people in woodside say they are used to seeing candidates coming to town for knowney. >> there are a lot of high-tech people here. it's not unusual for presidential candidates to visit in this area. >> some hillary clinton sign had been placed along the road the day before but we did not see protesters outside of the fundraiser. donald trump is expected to roll out his immigration speech in phoenix tomorrow. he had been accused of flip flopping on his election.
he has repeated his promise to build a wall but he has backed off his promise to use a tax force to deport illegal immigrants. and former hewlett ceo meg whitman will campaign for hillary clinton. whitman a republican, has supported clinton. and the vacaville are the tockin was found is not in use. tests were done in july as required by state law and the arsenic levels in the wall was 20 times higher than allowed. they say that no one has been drinking or using the water but employees who work near the well have been drinking bottled water as a precaution. and silicon valley is
proving not indestructible. and collin kaepernick continues to be the talker around the nation as well as around the country will he even make the team? we are looking at a commute that is busy. weather is getting a little better. a lot better for some on the coast and the city. looks like a mostly sunny day. we'll see about the temps coming up.
more developments regarding the controversy surrounding 49ers quarterback collin kaepernick and his decision not to standing for the national anthem. he is protesting police brutality against minority. he says that more training is required to become a cosmetologist in the u.s. than a police officer. the alameda county sheriff's office has now invited collin kaepernick to see for himself what recruits must go through to become a deputy. we thought it would be best if collin kaepernick came out and saw exact little -- exactly what we do. >> the sheriff's office said that they are required to go through 28 weeks training, urban shield, which is swat training.
sergeant nelson, a spokesperson, will join us to discuss. the san francisco police officers union is also slamming kaepernick. the law enforcement community cannot be continuously blamed for all of society's problems, including racial divide in our country. it is not fair fair and it is not true. he wrote that in a letter to jed york and roger goodell. while collin kaepernick is dealing with the national anthem controversy, there is an issue whether he will be sitting on the bench or whether he will make the team. >> the national anthem controversy is going to complicate the issues. >> the niners have a pretty big decision to make. they have to make all the roster cuts by saturday meaning that if collin kaepernick were to get cut, it would have to be some time later this week. but on the field, kap has not shown us the type of player he is capable of doing.
there is some talk which remains unclear whether or not he will make the 49ers team. that's because blaine gabbert had a pretty good training camp. some experts say he will be the starting quarterback but by the end of this week, the niners need to make a decision >> is the distraction of the national anthem issue too much for the team to handle. they are dealing with an enormous pr problem to make, whichever they go. many is gruntled season ticket holders say they are not happy with, this especially after all the money they spent on the seats. and then there is the contract. he is guaranteed close to $12 million this year. but if he gets hurt before training camp next year, the team is on the hook. we spoke to chad use, a morning host. he talked about kap's play on
the field. >> it's been bad. he has lost weight. has not been healthy enough to play. i think you just cut your ties. they blew their chance when they could have if a till tate add trade to -- if facilitated a deal with denver. they blew it. they can cut him and focus on the draft where a guy like desean watson may be available. >> kap may be released before the start of the sea so but chip kelly disputes that the team could keep him and deact evacuate hit each week. he could be on the team but not play. lots of possibilities. we'll see what team will eventually do. a big deadline coming up saturday, mike and gasia, whether collin kaepernick will be part of the 49ers. >> brian, thank you. in fact, or ktvu questions of the day deals with the question, if you could make the
decision, would you keep collin kaepernick on the 49ers? why or why not? >> let us know what you think by posting a comment on our ktvu facebook page or tweet us. the height of the morning commute should be over but i'm guessing, sal, some problems linker. >> that's right. we do have slow traffic out there in many areas. the macarthur maze traffic is moderate. but getting here takes 40 months or so driving through the macarthur maze. it takes about 40 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. also taking a look at the commute, highway 4 still slow. 680 is going to be slow as well as we switch over to the south bay, all the freeways here are slow. 85, 280 and 1101. we 101. 8:17. let's go to steve.
>> thank you, sal. great opportunity last evening and also this morning for sunset and this morning, some sunrise. i think the sunset beat it. we had a lot of these alto cumulus clouds coming, coming from madeleine. we want to see your photos. if you had some beautiful sunset photos from last night or even sunrise from this morning, you can send them to us and we will post them. sometimes, we even show them on tv once in a while. how about that? thank you, of course, for that. at ktvu on our instagram page and our facebook page. >> you can see the air flow taking a look towards big island, maybe jocking slightly south. 475 miles from elo right now. another system is there,
lester. it is right on track to develop. tropical storm watch issued from maui county. and some that moisture streaming part of the hurricane. came over us. it's also pushing a lot of this moisture out of the area but there are a few drops in the north bay. mainly up in lake county. the fog is really not that much left. the breeze really picked up some of the higher elevations. on the coast, 50s, 60s, the fog has been wiped out or chewed up, most of it, the coast and city actually warming up a little bit. water temps have come up. that certainly helped. 50s, 60s. breezy, to windism higher elevations about 30 to 35 and also at the coast. near average temps now, especially coast and bay which have been running way below for the longest time but you get toward the end of august, early september and temperature at
the coast beginning to warm up. san francisco, 70 degrees. that's what we went with. does look cooler inland. i don't think that fog will be a big issue, maybe patchy low clouds as we head into the week, guys. the judge behind the controversial brock turner case is fighting back. the move he just made to stop the movement to get him kicked off the bench. and a san francisco man's surgery canceled. why he claims this is a case of discrimination.
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time is 8:23. today, in oakland, there will be a gathering of more than 358 california staff members focused on providing low income students with a free tuition called the college promise program. this year's video from a similar gathering in oakland back in january. the aim of the college is to provide students with financial support and wrap-around services to enable them to attend and complete college. lieutenant governor va -- gavin newsom with be speaking. and a man and woman are stealing people's mails using a postmaster chief. they have a cup of coffee,
making look like they live there but they clean the mailboxes in a matter of minutes. those are videos of them at work. there is a security video of the suspects stealing mail three separate times just this months. >> these guys stole on thursday and on saturday, they charge like five grand in charges to local businesses. >> tenants have been told that thieves may have stolen a master key or bought it from a disgruntled postal employee. possessing that key is a federal crime. postal officials knew about the theft about ten days but replacing the locks could cost about $200,000. and guards say they found ziploc bags in a visiting area where 47-year-old terry nichols had been meeting with a death row inmate. investigators say she later admitted to smuggling 18 cell phones and phone chargers and
heroin into the prison. if convict, she could face four -- if convicted, she faces four years in prison. a transgender man in sacramento scheduled to have surgery today had his operation canceled at the last minute. edward minton was supposed to have a hysterectomy as part of his transition. on sunday, went to mercy san juan hospital for a presurgery consultation and that's when he told officials something they apparently did not know before. >> i said, you know what? can you please make a special note in my chart that says that i'm trans gender because my pronouns mean a lot to me. i need to go by he, him and his. >> yesterday, the hospital called minton's doctor and said it would not allow his surgery. mercy san juan says that providing sterilization services without a serious medical condition goes against its catholic directive.
the surgery has been rescheduled for another hospital but it means that other surgeries will be postponed for several months. three sea otters shot to death in the santa cruz area. >> it's very unfortunate, very tragic. sea otters play a very integral part in the ecosystem. >> the reward being offered to find out whoever killed these endangered animals a big announcement by the our even union involving apple. the tech giant owes billions of dollars in back taxes. we'll tell you what apple and tech analysts are saying. good morning. we are looking at a commute where traffic is going to be busy on 280 northbound getting up to highway 17. we'll tell you a little bit more about the south bay and the rest of the bay commute when we come back. mostly cloudy skies. now it looks like it's going to be mostly sunny, most low clouds burning off. higher clouds with us. but temperatures, we'll see if they warm up or cool off.
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so many people talking about gene wilder. so many people mourning his dead and celebrating his life. he passed away just recently. we talked about it yesterday. today, so many people are feeling the weight of his loss. we talked about the fact that we know him as willy wonka in charlie and the chocolate factory. >> we watch that had movie 10 to 12 times in my house in the
last week. i broke the news to my son last night who said he could not believe he was real. >> it is a work day, tuesday, a school day as well. let's go to steve paulson and talk about some changes that we are happy to see. >> i think no doubt, coast and bay. finally some of that fog, really, it's maxed itself out and we'll see more sunshine. a little low there, which is impressive moving from the west- southwest, tapping into some moisture coming up from the southwest. that is already clear there. a few bands over us. a lot of the fog has been wiped out patchy low clouds. a couple of sprinkles. that's it, just a couple of sprinkles from novato to clear lake. emphasis on a couple. the breeze has picked up. along the coast, 30 to 40 miles per hour in the higher elevations. san jose at 62. the good news is the coast and city looking for more sunshine than fog. mostly sunny. breezy to windy at times.
higher elevations and also the coast will deal with most of that breeze. a lot of sunshine here but a definitely hint of fall. 60s, 70s and some 80s. sal, what do you have, sir? >> we still do have traffic that is busy although the heart of the commute seems to have passed. we are looking at the downtown picture, northbound. it's a little better but now it's somewhat been replaced by southbound 280 as you drive down to highway 217. you can see slow traffic there. also no major issues. looking at the commute here in the rest of the south bay, you can see 85 and 101 are going to be slow. you can see the traffic on 880 southbound still a mess. and northbound 880 as well through hayward and fremont. let's take a quick look at the macarthur maze. you can see traffic here is moderate. bay bridge, waiting for the traffic to get on to the span. >> the european union says that
new investigation shows apple owes ireland billions of dollars in back taxes. >> ktvu's janine de la vega spoke to a tech analyst about what's underneath this financial and legal battle. >> reporter: ageists say that apple can afford to pay this tax bill but the mess message that the european union is trying to get through is stop the tax deals. this comes after a three-year investigation where the our european union concluded that apple had a special deal. analysts say it appears that european union is using apple as a test case. >> they can probably dot same thing to google, same thing to
a variety of large tech firms that shifted their tax base to ireland to get favorable treatment. >> reporter: apple is not the only company scrutinized by the union. last year, fiat were ordered to pay back taxes. both apple and ireland said that it would appeal. silicon valley tech companies complain they are having a hard time finding wokers but three companies plan to lay off more than 1500 people in the coming weeks. san jose cisco system plans to eliminate some jobs. eric son will cut it jobs after closing its facility in san jose. and micro will lay off some people. oakland mayor libby schaaf
hopes to have a permanent new chief in place by early next year. the city has not had a permanent police chief for more than two months now. the mayor outlined her search plans yesterday. she will hold several community forums so the public can voice their concerns. one in spanish and one in cantonese. a lot of people are paying attention to the bay area as a great place to leave and a great place for opportunities for reform-minded leaders to make their mark. >> mayor schaaf hope -- hopes that the new chief will be sworn in in january or february. san francisco is also looking for a permanent police chief. the city held a final series of meeting to solicit the public
input held at st. mary's cathedral. people who attended say they want to see reform. acting chief toney chaplin has applied for this position. there are 24 applicant so far. there is new development in the stanford brock turner case. the judge has launched his own website to recall. he asked for support and writes in part, quote, i believe strongly in judicial independence. i took an oath to up hold the constitution, not appease politicians or aisle sealogues. he says he has a reputation of being fair to both sides. last week, persky asked to be removed from criminal cases after the controversy surrounding his decision to sentence brock turner to six months in jail after he was convicted of assaulting an
unconscious woman. turner will be released on try day after serving only half of his sentence. he will have to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life. he will have to complete a sex offender program. a measure to require mandatory prison sentences for people raining an unconscious person is now headed to govern your brown's desk. the state assembly unanimously approved that bill yesterday introduced as part of the brock turner case. authorities in belmont are examining new evidence in the case involving a map shot over the weekend by a chp officer on highway 101 while the man was allegedly holding a knife. the man was linked to a vw. the man was shot sunday, about a mile away at the ralston avenue in belmont. he was rushed to the hospital
with life-threatening injures. a couple of people working at a liquor store in san diego narrowly escaped injury, maybe death. a waves of shelves came crush down. he barely escaped the in pact of a lexus sedan smashing through the plate glass window of that store. the manager says that of the driver was an older woman who seemed to be in shock. >> i told her to stop because she got panicked and kept her foot on the pedal and i told her to stop. she finally stopped. glass all over with everything pushed. i felt like it was a bomb. >> the san diego sheriff department said that the driver mistook the gas pedal for the brakes and could not react fast enough to remove her foot from the brake. three sea otters have been
found shot. a fourth was found. officials have not confirmed whether it was shot. the sea otters are protected as a threatened species under federal and state law. anyone caught killing a sea otter could face $100,000 and jail time. >> it's unique. last time that three sea otters were found sot and killed were on selimar state beach in 2013 >> that case from 2013 is still unsolved. authorities don't know why the sea otters were shot and whether the same person is behind all cases. if you have any information, call the fish and wildlife service the obama administration says it is about to fulfill one of its goals to get 10,000 ref refugees will arrive. some will arrive in california and some in virginia. the white house says it has
instituted stringent controls in selecting refugees from the united nations refugee age sinchts why the general -- agency. the story fueled the debate over family leave. and we are looking at a commute where traffic 'tis going to -- traffic is going to be busy if you are traveling through the fran area. where traffic is backed up from and looking at th bay bridge. >> we'll have a look at the temps coming up.
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time is 842:67:89 we have anone kate to a story we first reported about child abuse allegations involving usa gymnastics. an investigation released just before the rio olympics began accused the u.s. gymnastics officials kept it quiet. usa gymnastics argue that names and gyms should be redacted or privacy rights could be violated. abuse victims praised the judge's victims saying it will bring more transparency. and a florida teen accused
of pretending to be a doctor is now facing more charges. malachi love robinson is acued of writing a bad check of 1500- dollar as a downpayment for a car. and two women who lost their child at daycare are now calling for a national conversation. an oklahoma mom had to returned to work so she put her baby in a daycare. she put her baby in a car speed. he slipped down and suffocated. amber score left her son at daycare so she could go back to work. on the first day, her son died of still undetermined causes. the two women believe if they had more times at home with their sons, their deads could have been prevented. they started a petition asking
both presidential candidates to take action. >> we were look for a way to advocate for at least longer and paid leave or maybe get families more access to paid leave so they could stay home alittle bit longer to their kids. >> the women delivered the petitions to donald trump and hillary clinton's campaign office. they were able sit down and talk to an advisor to the clinton campaign, but trump's campaign took the petition but backed out of a meeting. california has some of the most liberal laws on paid leave. but most states do not have
that. fans and friends in and out of hollywood are mourning actor and screen writer gene wilder. ♪ anything you want to do, do it ♪ a generation of fans know him as wilty wonka and others remember him as yawning frankenstein, blazing saddles. his third wife, gilda radner died of cancer. >> mel brooks tweeted, gene wilder, one of the greatest talents of our time. he blessed every film we did with his na psychiatric and breast immediate with his friendship. >> he was a surprisingly private person in real life. to think he was just an incredible actor and a give to all of us. but he is quite shy. >> he had every right to do
that i love williey wonka and the chocolate factory movies. i watched it a lot. too many to mention. >> agreed. once they cleared that crash on 880 in san leandro, looked like they opened the flood gates. look at the traffic. this is worst than usual as you head towards the downtown oakland area. has been just terrible. 580 is not a good alternate. 580 is backed up from castro valley to the lake shore area. let's take a look at the highway 24. slowing in lafayette, slowing in orinda. becoming worse as you drive through the tunnel. we had a robust commute here as you drive on 24, heading up to the tunnel and this morning on 280 northbound, improving. southbound is getting filled in. 8:46. let's head to steve. >> we had nice weather on tap here. the higher clouds and the fog
is really disappearing fast. in fact, does not look like it's going to be a big factor here going forward. patchy night and morning. not solid like it was for the longest time. the higher clouds associated with hurricane madeleine which is knocking on the door here and heading right towards the big island. it did intensify. the hurricane watch is out. tropical storm warning is out for the big island and maui. it's going to take a little jog to the south. that's the way the track looks like. it will brush by the big island tomorrow night. there is lester which is on its way which is weaker but might arrive by friday and saturday. nice little low there, moving in south eureka. a couple of drops up in the north bay, especially up in the lake county. most of that ended. this is just mainly high cloud and a lot of this cleared out. just a band holding over us right now. the breeze is not and huge factor for some but it is a
huge factor. you goat that time of the year where the temps are leveling off. we're going to have a pretty cool pattern here for a while. mostly sunny. that's the good news. gusts, 30 to 35. windy on the coast and also the hills. some these low cloud, high clouds are getting out of the picture here. so 60s, 70s and 80s on the temps looks like a cooler inland pattern. thursday, friday, breezy but nice weekend, even at the coast and city. >> looking forward to it. >> stanford lays out new rules for drone operators on campus. the area where the university is particularly concerned about and who is exempt from these new restrictions.
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trying to he is skate. christopher biscotti tried toast scape. deputies monitoring surveillance cameras saw him upside down shimmying along a power line. he climbed a couple of fences inside the minimum security jail. here is, upside down on that wire. he jumped a roof and fell about 30 feet. >> i think the cameras are what pre vended the escape other than the two real heads up deputies paying attention to the monitors. >> elmwood just recently installed the two surveillance cameras as part of a push to prevent more jail escapes. the map is now facing a felony charges and transferred to a high security. drone lights are now strictly prohibited from certain areas on campus including those near highways, hospitals and public venues. some signs have been posted against campus. faculty, student and staff must also get approval in advance to
fly drones. police and fire are except from the new restrictions. stanford's policy comes as new federal rules for commercial drones are now in effect. the rules eliminate some of the red tape for businesses using drones weighing 50 pounds or less but drones can only fly during the day and cannot travel faster than 100 miles per hour. the f.a.a. has also created a system to grant exceptions for company this is a show they can operate safely under special waivers, companies like pg&e already have been using drones for operations sup as infrastructure inspections. the bay area soccer team is getting new leadership. john doyle, manager of the earthquakes has been fired. the league had the fewest goals, 26 goals in 26 games and is 3 points behind oakland for
the final playoff spot. s ap center in san jose will host the national skating championship. south bay has been home to some of the biggest names. brian bo botano and peggy phlegming will on hand to help choose the finalists. >> it's a huge event to be able to compete at a nationals in an olympic year. for it to be here in our hometown, that's amazing to have the hometown support and have friends and family and everyone come for me. >> san jose hosted the 2012 national championship as well as the 1996. that's the year that local skater rudy galindez surprised people by winning the national
championship. the oakland a's hope to bounce back after getting roughed up in houston they jumped to an early lead. they came back but failed to score with the bases loaded in the 5th. jose altuve with his 26th home run helped the astros to a 6-0 win. the san francisco giants had the night off but they were able to move closer to the first place after l. a. lost to the rockies 8-1. the lead now in the nl well is now just a game and a half. >> police in new zealand are investigating a rather unusual crime. they say that more than 500 cows were stole french a dairy farm. the farmer realized that cows were missing this month. he last counted them back in early july. police don't know exactly when the cows were stolen. it likely happened over a period of time, though. the farmer, by the way, says those cows are worth more than
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the members of the media. they should be unveiling the iphone 7. >> we know the announcement will be held at bill graham auditorium. it won't have the port for ear buds an rely on wireless headphones. take ago quick check at stocks, down across the board. so far this morning. another for profit college appears to be headed for financial trouble. >> itt tech has been told by the federal government it cannot enroll students who are using federal financial aid. students already in the school can stay, but the federal government is requiring itt tech to increase its cash reserves. that means they could file for
bankruptcy at any time. now, if you have tickets to visit hurst castle over the long labor day weekend, you are in luck. >> it is once again open to the public. this comes after state park officials close t it when flames from the chimney fire burned about three miles away from the castle itself. cal fire says it was never in serious danger but there could have been problems if large numbers of people needed to be evacuated quickly. it is a fairly remote site in the morrow bay area and getting a lot of people out of the area could take a lot more time than firefighters would want to give to territory. but the good news is it is open again. the fire 75% contained. tim tebow already has a contract. he wants to play baseball.
>> he is showing skills to teams later today. they are offering a spot on a winter league roster. we'll let you know what happens. it is cut week for the nfl. what will the 49ers do for colin kaepernick? >> plus, his comments about police officers sparking reaction with the alameda county police department. >> and, a change in travel trends. we will talk to an industry expert about where people are going and how they are getting there. >> and a brand new day it is. if monday necessarily wasn't your cup of tea, how about tuesday? we are looking outside at the north tower of the golden gate bridge and the fog right over