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and, down there it is okay. and, we clear the coast. higher calls have moved up to the east and pushing to the north. that has kicked up the breeze. and, that is dealing with a lot of cloud cover. and the water temperatures are cooled off. the inland temperatures warmed up. west southwest at 21. and those are gusting about 30s and the temperatures are at 50. we are dealing with fog. higher clouds have moved off. look for morning fog. and we could get into the blustery or windy conditions. and, a few operators. >> i will give you a time on how long this will take. if you watch the show for a
long period of time, you will notice that this goes up from time to time. it is 35 minutes as you drive, to the macarthur maze. and right now, this could be double that. but we're hoping that it will be less. the last few days it has been almost an hour later. let's move along, they will see that the traffic is going to be okay as you drive through. there have been no major issues. we have slow traffic now, and in the summer and never really got into antioch. and, we are seeing a lot of this all the way through pittsburgh to concord. and 680 is slow. into the alamo area that every single school district is back that means that things are likely to get even more crowded. let's go back to the desk. following breaking news coming in from richland.
they are searching for a suspect in a triple shooting. that scene is clear now. but when police arrived about 12:30 pm. and they have seen three people stopped at the intersection one person was dead to others were hurt and the injured were taken to the hospital. there were several shots fired and a dark colored car sped away. and there are asking anyone who saw or heard anything to call richmond police. a bus caught fire in san jose. and, ktvu is in san jose to talk to you about that investigation. >> it is a close call, and if it is a bus, it was operated by a tourist. and that tourist company is located right here on seventh street.
so far, there has been no comments from them. here is a video that was treated by firefighters this happened after 9:30 pm and other motorist freda pictured that pictures of it engulfed in flames. they tell us, that it was smoking and they tried to extinguish the flames. he was able to get all 16 passengers off of the bus safely. a portion was closed down for a portion of time. and, they have provided another bus, and they continue on to their destination. and another bus operated by them caught fire when it was traveling on 101. it was heading to the casino and was on for -- and those on board are not hurt. they all appear to be minor injuries. as for this latest fire, the chp will be investigating it.
and a meeting with mexican president. a force critic who scoffed at his idea to built a border wall? >> we are going to secure or border and stop the drugs from pouring in. >> reporter: trump speaking in washington state last night playing up his speech. he has a shifting stance. does he support deporting all illegal immigrants? >> you'll hear a consistent
donald trump in this way. no amnesty. no legalization, no sanctuary cities. >> reporter: trump is indicating he may soften his stance, focusing deportation efforts on those who have committed other crimes. josh was asked whether his policy was in line with the president's. >> i guess it depends on the day you asked. >> reporter: problem's campaign -- if she continues to attend one fundraiser after another building her covers as the -- could havers -- coffers. we don't know what the e-mails contain. they were deleted from the private server, but recovered by the fbi. this washington, fox news. >> reporter: donald trump's visit to mexico was a surprise and both critics and supporters are waiting to hear him clarify his position on immigration in tonight's speech especially
since one of his big campaign promises was to deport all illegal immigrants. our question of the day to you is, do you think he's going to stand his ground or soften his position? let us know what you think. post a comment on our ktvu facebook page. you can tweet us with the hashtag ktvu. a business woman used a social message to help win a contest involving lebron james. >> put the dope down, earn a living. >> she started a business 6 years ago. she recently won a contest called pitch lebron in which small business owners made a pitch about their company in 23 seconds, his jersey number. the contest promoted his reality tv show about entrepreneurs. her prize is a mention on his facebook page with its 23
million followers. >> i was a lebron fan watching the tv with my son. but now i'm a total lebron fan. i'm team lebron now at this point. >> she started a company in honor of her 16-year-old son who was shot to death while sitting in a stolen car. she wants her business to grow and grow so she can hire more at riskion people. >> great story. time is 7:10. thieves caught raiding a home for valuables automobiles and they were -- valuables and they were invited into the house. why this should be abe lesson for you if -- a lesson to you if you plan to sell your house. what if bart paid you to ride one of the train cars during the commute. we'll tell you about a program that's meant to ease over crowding. good morning. we're looking at a commute where traffic is going to be busy if you are driving on 24 heading toward the tunnel. there will be plenty of sun unless you're by the coast. the fog has decided to come
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welcome back to morning zone. time is 7:13. bart ising leeing for passengers -- is looking for passengers will to change their schedule avoiding the rush. we are going to explain the rewards program and your reaction from riders. >> reporter: good morning to you. a majority of people don't know about this bart perks program only because it launched yesterday. the goal for bart as we look at the wall net creek station this morning is for people to know about bart perks so that riders can be rewarded and hopefully the program is ease over crowding during the morning rush hour. there was a bit of a
promotional video talking about the bart perks pilot program. it ticked off on tuesday and -- kicked off on husband and it -- tuesday and it offers points for people who sit to off hours. you need to be 18 and have a clipper card and a paypal account. it works like this. you are earn one point for each mile you travel on the system. you earn more points, however, if you travel during what's called bonus hours. those are the times between 6:30 to 7:30 in the morning and 8:30 and 9:30 in the morning, a bulk of the congestion happens during the rush hour between 7:30 and 8:30. if you offer cash incentives for people to we'll their -- tweak their riding schedule, it will ease over crowding. will it work? >> it would be better because in the morning there's more seats, less passengers, so more people left in the morning, it would free up the commute for
the rush hour. i can see how that can work. >> reporter: what are some of the incentives? for every 1,000 points, that equals $1 or you can play eiswein to win game where you can win cash prizes. there's no accumulation limit. the program is funded through a grant by the federal highway administration. we're going to talk more to bart passengers to see if they would try the program. back to you. >> brian in walnut creek. thank you. researchers are covering what many of us already believe, that dogs understand what humans are saying. scientists have conducted a study where they scan the brains of a dozen bulldogs as they listen to words being spoken. they understand both the meaning of words and the intent used to speak them. they say like humans, dogs use different parts of their brains
for different functions. >> the left hemisphere is more involved in processing means of words. >> the research found that the dogs registered they were being praised when they heard positive voice tones. so even if you're saying nice things, it doesn't count if -- it only counts if you say them in a nice way. >> he does understand. i know he does. >> i'm sure he does. i understand what sal is doing, watching our morning commute. >> that's a funny story because you can be saying something like oh, you're a terrible dog. you're awful, and the dog will be wagging its tail. >> you know what, if you're trying to get on the road and using the east bay freeways you're going to see a slow down. that's typical, not out of the ordinary. we're going to look at the rest
of contra coot because it's -- contra costa. the bay bridge, there's a delay at the toll plaza before you make it on to the bridge. it does look okay into san francisco, but there is waiting to do. we've talked about contra costa county. i want to mention that 680 is slow and 242 is slow. highway 4 has really taken a beating in the last few weeks now that school is in. we've had a lot more people on the roads there. we've also had a lot more people on 680. everyone is -- not everyone, but a lot of people are driving. traffic in san jose is going to be slow as you drive from about 87 getting up to highway 17. northbound 280 up to highway 17 is slow and northbound 101 is slow as you approach the 880 interchange. 237 is slow approaching mountain view. slow traffic everywhere in the south bay.
let's go to steve with today's weather. ref a good fog bank out there. the water temps cooled off. inland warmed up. that helps. sunshine for coast. city was a nice day. looks cooler today. fog bank, i'll tell you t doesn't take much to get it going. it's going again mainly from santa cruz coast north of you. a system is coming in. that enhances that fog. higher clouds cleared for now. they want to -- 60 degrees a couple days ago. now 56, 57. 60 at half moon bay. it looks like a breeze for some, a westerly component today. sfo was howling yesterday afternoon, but it calmed down today. a couple degrees cooler temperatures up in the north bay. some low 60s. brentwood, it's close for everyone else. blackhawk, 66. up in the sierra, you'll clear
out. nice up there as well, not expected any precipitation out of that. fog is going to keep it cool by the coast, cooler than yesterday. breezy at times, slightly above, but right about where we should be. the city should be 70 and they've only hit that once this month. i don't think they'll hit it today. so if you think it's been cool t has been very, very cool for many. but last couple of days have been good. slightly cooler for some. a warm-up inland thursday and friday -- friday, saturday, and then cooler on sunday. >> thank you. >> you bet. first of its kind state study that exams one of the biggest problems. coming up, the ground breaking research that could be an important first step in stopping gun violence. plus. >> he is fed up with the fact that too many young black people are dying at the hands of police. >> defending colin cap i can in
surveillance camera. >> the wife goes up, sees one room, comes back down, are makes a phone call and then goes into the kitchen. they stay in the kitchen, keeping the agent busy and about two minutes later, two guys come in, one goes up into our room. the other one goes into my office. >> the home he says the thieves got away with about $150,000 worth of jewelry, cameras, and electronics. the real estate experts say lock up anything valuable. this homer says he will never -- homeowner will never hold an open house again. the 49 quarterback will start tomorrow's final preseason game against the san diego chargers at qualcomm stadium. now, while he will keep sitting during the national anthem, the chargers will host their 28th annual salute to the military
celebration. a enoughy petty officer will sing the star-spangled banner while a huge flag will be presented. chip kelly has known about the protest for a couple of weeks. >> we knew before. i know he didn't stapped up in the denver game. we were aware of it. when you found out was after the green bay game? >> he says his protest is against police brutality, not against military service members. the coach says he'll watch cap i can neck's performance before announcing if he or blaine gabbert will watch the season opener on september 12th. many current and rest room informer athletes are talking about the kaepernick controversy. last night, one of the greatest nba players in history says he supports him. la lakers great kareem abdul- jabbar spoke to a sell out crowd in san francisco for an event organized by the
commonwealth club. commonwealthashington commonwealthashington post he called the actions highly patriotic. >> even if you say things you don't like, you have to fight for your right to say that because at some point, that's going to be you. >> a group that includes members of the justice for mario woods coalition will hold a rally today outside the san francisco police officer's association in support of kaepernick. the police union president criticized him for comments about officer involved shootings. now, today on the 9, we will preview that rally with stifle rights attorney. a new development with the santa clara county judge at the center of the brock turner case. he's the subject of a recall effort. the public say he's fighting back is coming up. back is coming up. we are looking at a commute that is very busy. if you are driving all the way up to the city, let's say you're coming in on the east shore, we'll give you an idea
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francisco bay, three things that go good together. thanks so much for joining us. this final day of what we've been calling fogust. we're seeing more fog in the forecast. >> that's the way you make us feel. it's wednesday, august 31st. let's check your weather now. steve has your forecast. what do you think? >> actually had sun on the coast yesterday. fog cleared out. >> finally. >> now it's back. >> oh. >> but at least for some it was nice. it's been a tough month. only one day of 70 this month for san francisco. that was on the 8th. watch how that fills in. it's about santa cruz north. it hasn't taken a turn down there. everywhere else, it ramps up. water temperatures cooled off. inland temperatures warmed up. we do get a few high clouds occasionally made for a nice sunrise. the breeze picked up for many. oakland at 12.
sfo was roaring yesterday afternoon. it was really close though. cool for some there. menlo park, 52. 60 in san carlos and the temperatures will rewound to where -- rebound to where they should be. nice to mild. cooler by the coast because there's more of a fog presence today. 60s, 70s, and 80s for those far enough inland. we're looking at this time to takes to drive to the bay bridge from -- down to the plaza. just getting to the maze is 46 minutes alone. that is going to be ten minutes longer than it was just about a half hour ago. the crowding continues. then when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, this is about a 25 to 30 membership delay. it's jam-packed here. it's taking more than an hour. if you live in virginia lay hoe and -- valejo and you're trying to get there, you will probably
get there around 9:00. that's brutal. á6 80 is slow. almost all the way down to canville. then the -- danville. then all the way down to fremont t gets better after stevenson. we've had a couple fender benders. in general,ing it the commute you're used to heading down south. new from overnight, oakland police are investigating a double homicide. officers aren't saying much about what happened, but we do understand the people were shot and their bodies were found in the park. police received a call about
11:00 last night. at this point, in arrests have been made. california lawmakers voted to establish a university program that specifically designed to research gun violence. our state will spend $5 million over the next five years to study the problem at the center at the sacramento campus of uc davis. he says researching gun violence is a critical first step to stopping it. >> we study things like traffic accidents, not because we want to eliminate or ban cars, but we want to make them safer. >> federal funding for research in the u.s. has dried up over the years. the state's study is the first of its kind in the country. time is 7:32. new developments about former stanford swimmer brock turner and the judge who presided over his case. the judge now has a website to
fight the recall campaign against him -- campaign against him on the site retain -- i believe strongly in judicial independence. i took an oath to uphold the constitution, not to appease politicians. >> i don't think that the judge is someone who has an an an ideology. he doesn't come on to the bench one way or the other. >> but recall organizers say he has shown a pattern of bias on the bench and that he should be removed. brock turner is due to be released from jail on friday. he will have served three months of a 6-month sentence. turner will be released like other inmates probably between 5:00 a.m. and noon. however, the sheriff's department is evaluating their security needs. they expect abe lot of news immediate -- a lot of news media and protesters at the jail. more information is coming out recording the sudden leave of the police chief. as we reported yesterday, the city manager placed stewart on
administrative leave spending the results of a personnel investigation. it cost the police rank and file -- caught the rank and file by surprise. someone brought anonymous allegations against her to city leaders in the last several days. they report her husband was paid to teach a communications course to hayward police managers, but it's unknown if the classes are in any way related to this investigation. the san jose city council declared a state of emergency in response to the police department's severe staffing problems. yesterday's 10-1 vote allows the police chief to shift dozens of officers and detectives out of specialized units to street trolls. the -- patrols. they need them to live closer and work long shifts. many city leaders felt drastic action was needed. >> ultimately, we felt in order
to keep my officers safe and reduce, you know, some of the fatigue and also keep our community safe, that we needed to do this and do this quickly. >> is now, the number of san jose police officers has dropped dramatically over the past ten years due inform part to changes in the -- in part to changes in the retirement benefits. a former san francisco police officer has been sentenced to one year in prison for illegally searching a hotel room and then writing a false report about it. prosecutors say the 44-year-old didn't get consent or a warrant to enter the room during a drug investigation at the hotel in 2010. he had been a member of the police department for 19 years. now, in addition to jail time, the judge also fined him $12,000. the u.s. state department is examining a video released by the taliban in afghanistan early this morning. it shows a couple who were
being held hostage. >> i know this must be very terrifying and horrifying for my family to hear that these women will willing to go to these lengths. >> this shows a woman and her husband that were kidnapped in 2012. she is heard saying their captainors will kill -- captors will kill them if they don't stop executing prisoners. still not clear when it was recorded. president obama will be in the sierra to headline the 20th annual lake tahoe summit. a sellout crowd is expected. the lake had higher temperature readings last year than ever before. >> we had rain run-off as posed to snow melt. it's a lot warmer. it floats across the surface of
the lake carrying could not dam pants and that's what -- contaminants and that's what obscured a measure of clarity. along with keeping it blue, the president is expected to hear about the impact of drought and wildfires on forestland. he will go to hawaii to address leaders at the world concentration congress. governor people who ignore mandatory wash restrictions will get fined. water waste be could be hit with higher bills and have their names made public. this new law takes effect january 1st. state lawmakers have passed legislation banning smoking and the use of e-cigarettes at state parks and beaches. it goes to the governor's desk and if he signs it into law, people caught smoking or vaping at any state parks or beaches would be hit with a $250 fine.
supporters say this bill would reduce the threat of wildfires and also eliminate the effects of secondhand smoke. a woman has a big rat problem and she says it won't go away. she blames bum centers shared by two restaurants right behind her house. michelle lived in her home for 20 years, long before the restaurants came into town. sheriff's deputy says she's had to repair calls -- she says she's had to repair walls and her roof. she used exterminators but now makes her own traps which kill up to 2 rats a day. their dumb centers attract them and she wants them moved away from her backyard fence. >> they have come down through the roof vents in the toilet. i fix one hole. they come in and eat the siding off another area. >> she has explained to the city that it is a fire, health, and safety has around. she says nothing has been done
about it. one manager is complying with city codes. our time is 7:39. a tour bus burst into flames. how passengers are doing this morning? could it be an extra terrestrial al ping? is are they trying to get in touch? >> the signals detected in outer space. it's causing a stir in the science world. good morning many we are looking at a commute that is just becoming really packed, not only here but getting to this point in the east bay. we'll tell you here about the -- more about the drive times coming up. we have a forecast that's not out of this world but it's nice. we'll have that for you coming up. comfort food...
they are now suing the driver and the city. the two boys were walking to a middle school in november when they were hit while crossing the street at bay and buchanan. they were injured and they're still recovering. kristin was arrested on dui and child endangerment charges. in the lawsuit, the boy's families claim she was -- family claim she was negligence. they're blaming the city for dangerous traffic conditions. people in one city neighborhood say they're fed up with a new uber support center. it just opened in may. neighbors say more traffic, more noise, and trash came with it. people come to the center to apply for drivers and get help with issues once they're hired by uber. neighbors say the drivers have been taking all of their parking spots and they've had
to put up signs to remind the drivers, don't trash the streets. residents have complained to both uber and the city. >> they have no respect for the people that live here, and it is dangerous. we're afraid. they go so fast up and down this street. >> my daughter-in-law has a newborn and a 2-year-old in the car and she almost had a head- on collision because he was busy doing the smartphone. >> uber misrepresent the its use of the building when it applied for a business license, and the city says the issue was not resolved, it will take legal action. uber says its cooperating trying to find solutions. the company also says it opened up eight other satellite support centers around the bay area to reduce the flow into daly city. meantime, google is getting into the ridesharing business, according to the wall street journal, it will be based on
the waze navigation app and will rival uber pool. they will match carpoolers up with drivers headed in the same direction, but it's expected to be less expensive than uber and lift. it will launch in the san francisco area this fall. astronomers say they have a clue in the search of et. they call it a signal coming from the constellation hurricane lees. it matches up with the signs of life on another planet. american astronomers, including some at the bay area institute have turned their tell scopes to the area. >> maybe it's et onvation or more likely -- on vacation or more likely it was interference. an aircraft that flew over their antenna when they were observing that part of the sky.
timing is a problem. it came from a star 600 trillion males away. the -- miles away. russians say they heard that ping a year ago. it might think no one heard it and is sending it to other parts of the universe. let's check in with salment you're watching the south bay and everything else. >> we have a lot of slow traffic. this is one of the magic hours of the commute and not magic in a good way. the 280 freeway northbound up to the valley, it is going to be slow and it stays that way. now, the rest of the south bay community isn't that great either. i can show it to you on a map. we just showed you how 280 is slow. let's take a look at some of the other freeways here via our map system. 85 is slow. 101 is very slow into mountain view. a lot of people are coming into the valley as you drive through. you can see a lot of that slow
traffic sticking with you. we also have seen traffic that's going to be slow getting to it on 237. let's go to the bay bridge toll plaza. you can see the traffic here is backed up. that's about a 30, 40 minute delay. really depends on whether you're using fast track or and not what line you're in. the average time is between 30 and 40 minutes before you make it on to the bridge. 7:46. let's go to steve. fog out there yesterday was chewed up and today it's come roaring back. colder ocean temperatures and warmer inland temperatures. the fog has had no problem forming this summer. san francisco will make it through august with one 70 degree stepper -- temperature. the fog is filling in. there's a lot to go around. had a lot of high clouds, some mid level clouds coming in. a couple weak systems working their way. that will keep a breeze going.
take a look at hurricane madelyn. now it's 90 miles per hour, category one. it looks like it's going to clip thing it point of the -- the south point of the big island. they haven't had a direct hit going back to 1949. still, it's close enough to change track, change course. it is weakening, but it will just chance to the south. if it does, of course there will be heavy rain in the mountain there. it looks like it's heading to the south and then it will move far enough south. could be good rain on some of the other islands as well. lester looks like it wants to take a northerly track. west at 12, 130 miles per hour. we'll see if that holds. both of them look to be south and a little north. we do get the high clouds up in the sierra. we had some for a while. not bad. a little delta breeze as well. 50s and 60s.
gilroy checking in warm there. 52 scotts valley. yesterday it was -- yesterday it was patchy fog. a cooler day on the coast. morning fog, fair. nice to warm. breezy at times. the increase in that fog, 60s over by the coast. other areas near the water, 60s, 70s. upper 80s to 90s for eastern contra costa county. 73 in oakland. 90 for gilroy. on the coast, 60s, 60s in the city. 70s south of san francisco. looks cooler on thursday. then a warm-up inland, friday, saturday. thenal cool down on tap for sunday. >> thank you. there's a new app to alert you about crime up next. how this one is different from other safety apps and how the creator came up with the idea. and here's your instagram
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on wall street. >> we'll talk about that first. there's good numbers coming in once again pending u.s. home sales. up in july. so that should strengthen thoughts about the economy. we'll check in the numbers in a second. ringing the opening bell today, that is a group called the center for social invasions celebrating the opening of the women's lab. its mission is to support initiatives that benefit girls and women around the world. there's a live look at the dow. dispute the economic views, numbers are down a bit. it's off, as you can see, almost 58 points. a little more than about a third of a percent. the nasdaq is down just about the same as well as the s&p 500. we'll get earnings reports in that could send the stocks in either direction as well. so we'll keep an eye on that. back to the app. it's called wildfire because the creators hope it spreads like wildfire. it's created by four uc
berkeley students. it's designed to keep track of crime on or near campus. people sign up and then send and receive push notifications based on how close they are to a reported crime. now, the creators say it goes with the student as well. so it would have helped at campus abroad in paris. it's not just for extreme emergency situations. >> what happened here in berkeley was there was a power outage and they were saying this place had power and this didn't. it comes together as a community to help and keep each other informed and safe. >> it uses alerts from the daily cow, berkeley side, university police and even the police department. now, some students are concerned that this would perpetuate racial profiling on campus sips the information is user generated. the creators say they are working with student groups on campus to make sure that their
concerns are addressed. it's not just berkeley but they're expanding across the country because people use facebook to say, hey, what's happening in oakland or i see this, but you have to be on facebook. you have to be checking your feed. this is going to alert your phone. you're going to get a push if something is going on around you or around where your child is at college. >> sounds great. thanks. time now, 7:54. happening today the first commercial flight in more than 50 years from the united states to cuba. it's on its way now. there's the jet blue flight. it took off about 7:00 this morning from ft. lauderdale, florida. it will land in santa clara, cuba. it's about an hour and ten minutes. this is the first commercial flight since ties were restored between the united states and cuba last year. jet blue, american, delta, and other airlines will soon have up to 100 flights a day to cuba. singer chris brown is out on bail after he was arrested
yesterday when a woman claimed he pulled a gun on her at his home. brown was released on $250,000 bail. now, police went to his home in los angeles early yesterday morning, but he refused to come out until they had a warrant. the stand-off and the investigation lasted almost 14 hours. while police were outside, brown posted several videos on instagram telling his side of the story. >> good luck. when you get the war on the, you can walk right up in here and see nothing. you're the worst gang in the world, the police, and i said it. >> after police obtained a warrant. they searched his home and he was arrested peacefully. the woman who made the report against brown told the la times, he became angry and pointed a gun at her face when she looked at his friend's diamond necklace. he is going to be a rind next month on -- arraigned next
month. the coco crisp era may be over. they are expected to announce he's been traded to the cleveland indians. he waived the no trade claws in his contract to pass it i will date a trade. cleveland is where he started his major league career in 2002. he's been with the as since the 2010 season. they are expected to get a prospect or two in return. the as last their second straight game in houston. they were given a big spark by throwing out ryan heavily -- heal lee at the plate. the next hit, he hit a home run. the as lost 3-1 and they close out their series with the astros today in houston. the giants lost. they lost to the arizona diamondbacks 4-3. now they're 2 games behind the dodgers in the nl west. starter johnny had a rough 5th
inning. a loud farinose. two of them came in on this single by wellington castillo. the giants did make a comeback, at least they tried, but they didn't get the hits they needed. they lost. the dodgers game in colorado was rained out. they gained a half game with the giants loss. time now to check in with mike. >> thank you very much. a manager breakup, a couple tied to the clinton campaign now calling it quits and the san francisco supervisor that is dating the soon to be ex- husband. donald trump is heading to mexico. the prize meeting he scheduled today hours before his speech in arizona where he plans to clarify his immigration policy. your trip in the silicon valley is not good. we have slow traffic everywhere. you can see it's crowded heading up to highway 17. we'll give you drive times for the busiest communities straight ahead. inland areas will be sunny,
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lots of questions surround a tour bus that caught on fire in san jose last night. we'll tell you how the passengers are doing and about the investigation going on. also, president obama headed to lake tahoe. a live report on his effort to protect the jewel of the sierra. this is ktvu mornings on 2. good morning. welcome back. it is wednesday, august 31st. >> on this last day of august, we're seeing a little bit of
sun. >> it took a while. yesterday was nice. today the fog has come back. of not as much, but it's filling in on most of the coast. we wiped it out yesterday. i think it's here to stay a little bit longer today. there's just cooler ocean temperatures, inland temperatures really warmed up yesterday. upper 80s to near 90. today looks like a mix between some that are on the cool side and others that will be on the warm side. systems continue to work there way to the north. that picks up the breeze a little bit. look for west 20, almost 30. west at oakland, west at sfo. 50s and 60s. everyone is close. the coolest temperatures were in the north bay. they've rebounded. novato, 56. low clouds are in place. morning fog, nice to mild to warm depending on your proximity to the close. 80s to the interior. 60s, 70s coastal. we have a lot of slow
traffic out there especially on 80, but really all the east bay freeways and we also have a south bay problem. let's start with 80 westbound, it's going to take a little bit more than 40 minutes and the traffic is very, very slow coming through the area. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, it's backed up for about a 40-minute delay. there are no problems on the bridge, but that's a lot of waiting to do there. i want to mention a problem on 237 eastbound approaching first street. there's an accident taking away three lanes. that's not a typical slow down. people going that way don't normally have slow traffic. this is going to catch a lot of people by surprise. westbound traffic, which is normally slow, is going to be slow over to 101 and the accident isn't helping because people are looking at it. we'll back off the 237 and give you a general silicon valley commute look and you can see
all the freeways getting into the west valley are jam-packed. let's go back to the desk. we continue to follow developing news about a deadly shooting in richmond. police say three people were in a car when they were shot at about 12:30 this morning. police stopped the car in the middle of the intersection. one person is dead. two others were transported to the hospital. both of them are expected to survive. police are trying to figure out who fired the shots. all they know at this point is that a dark colored car drove up quickly from the area right after a witness heard the gunshots. new from overnight, there are questions into what caused a bus to burst into flames on a friday in san jose. >> the fire happened last night on 880. we have more about it. >> reporter: there were 17 people on board that bus. nobody was hurt. that bus was operated by medina tours located right here on 7th street. we have been waiting for the
manager to arrive. he hasn't yet. let's go to photos. look at these. these are from twitter. it shows the -- shows the bus engulfed in flames. this happened after 9:30 in south san jose. much the chp says the bus driver pulled over after seeing smoke on the bus. he tried to put out the flames, but it just got too big. he was able to evacuate all the passengers. one had a minor injury. now, a portion of 880 was closed down for a short time while firefighters put out the fire. medina tours provided another bus for the passengers so they could continue on to this their destination. this isn't the first time they had up with of their buses catch fire. last year, a bus traveling to a casino caught on fire while office travel on 101 in menlo park. they have had some violations, but they appear to be minor. no word on what caused this bus to catch fire, but we do know that the chp is investigating. in the next hour, we'll talk to
an officer about that investigation. >> we'll bring you back after that. thank you. now, to san francisco where police plan to increase trolls at the city -- patrols at the biggest city's shopping mall. the latest crime happened up on the 4th floor of the mall on monday night. police say a group of young boys targeted a cup until their 20s -- in their 20s. >> an unknown group of four juveniles stole a laptop, cell phone w and other items they had. they are juveniles in age. all i have had black males at this time. it's very vague description. >> police say one of the boys hit the male victim in the head when they chased after them. investigators at this point are reviewing security video. this follows an attack and robbery of a man inside the mall bathroom on august 12th. a report of another marriage breakup by top visor to hillary clinton and there is a connection. clinton's visor and her husband
are separating. according to the report, she is dating san francisco supervisor jane kim. she was named to her transition team. the couple confirmed in a statement that they are separating. jane kim has known him since he was her protector. he has been mentioned as a u.s. supreme court candidate if clinton is elected president. that follows -- donald trump is making a surprise trip to mexico. he will meet with the president just hours before he is set to give a speech on immigration in arizona. this as hillary clinton braces for the release of more e- mails. we have the latest from washington. >> reporter: we knew donald trump had a big speech planned tonight on immigration in arizona. the surprise addition, the meeting with mexico's president, someone who has compared trump to hitler.
donald trump hoping for a 1, 2 punch on immigration today. a speech in arizona, ground zero for border enforcement issues and a meeting with the mexican president, a critic who scoffed his his idea to build a wall and make mexico pay for it. >> we're going secure or border and stop the drugs from pouring in. >> reporter: trump speaking in washington state last night playing up his speech today. those close to him have struggled to explain what is a shifting stance. does he, for instance, still support deporting all illegal immigrants. >> you'll hear him consistent in way. no sanctuary cities. >> reporter: he is indicating he may soften his stance. the focusing did he foration -- deportation efforts. the white house spokesman was asked whether his policy is in line with the president's. >> i guess it depends on the day you ask. >> reporter: hillary clinton's campaign has discounted his
efforts. she continues to attend one fundraiser after another, building her coffers as the state department announced more benghazi relate the e-mails could be released before the election. we don't know what they contain. they were apparently deleted from her private server, but recovered by the fbi. in washington, fox news. donald trump's planned visit to mexico was a surprise and critics and supporters are waiting to hear him clarify his stance on incompetent grace in tonight's speech especially since one of his promises was to did port all immigrants. >> do you think he is going to stand his ground or soften his stance on immigration? is it let us know what you think by posting a comment on our ktvu facebook page or tweet us using the hashtag ktvu. some are calling on the fbi to determine whether the donald
trump campaign was involved in democratic hacking. the letter notes connections between russia and trump aids including his former campaign manager. reresigned following revelations of a pro russian political party. president obama is headed to the sierra where he will be the keynote speaker at the lake tahoe summit. he will appear in state line along with california's two u.s. senators. we are live with a preview of today's presidential visit. >> reporter: good morning from beautiful lake tahoe. we're here where the president has already boarded air force one and is headed to reno where he'll come here to address the crowd at the lake tahoe summit. they'll be discussing ways to protect this beautiful lake tahoe. looking at not only the work
they've done over the past 20 years, but what they can do in the future to protect the lake. as we've all heard, the water clarity at lake tahoe a key concern. back in the day, 100 years ago, you could zoo see more -- could see more than 100 feet down. now you can see 64 feet. nowadays it's more like 73 feet. they have seen improvement in the water clarity, but with the work they've done to keep run- off, air pollution down, they say it contributes to an unhealthy state. much more needs to be done. they need money. climate change is having an impact on the water's temperature. >> the biggest influence is that we had know that year, 5% of the rainfall, 5% of the precipitation came as snow. so we had rain run-off as posed to snow melt. it's a lot warmer and it floats across the surface carrying contaminants and that's what
obscured our measurement of clarity. >> reporter: president obama is the 2nd president to attend this summit since it started. president clinton attended the first one in 1997. i was this and three years after that summit, the president then signed what became the lake tahoe restoration act which has set aside it's billion for restoration projects around the lake. that has expired. the most recent version stalled out in congress since 2009. they are hoping with the visit today that would give momentum to that act that has stalled out and will bring more funding to protect this, beautiful lake tahoe. back to you guys. this morning, a double homicide sunday investigation. in minutes, oakland police say two bodies were found overnight and the question they have this morning. and there's a program launched by bather this week -- bart this week to incentivize passengers. will it work?
we'll talk to bart passengers and hear what they have to stay coming up. good morning. we're looking at crowds will not the roads this morning. if you are driving on the maze, traffic is going to be busy. coming around the corner is fog for some. it likes nice inlapped. we'll have a breakdown on the temperatures. comfort food...
bart has a reward program that's designed for morning commuters. >> that's right. riders can earn travel on bart by making a relatively small shift in the times that they go in commute. we are live from the bart station to see what passengers think. brian, if they've even heard of these bart perks. >> reporter: yeah. you know, i would say that a majority haven't, but that's the goal for bart is to let people know about the bart perks program so that possibly this could ease some of the congestion on the bart system. we're looking here at the walnut creek station where passengers are headed to their destinations in the city. the question we asked this morning, will it work? ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: now, the bart perks pilot program kicked off on tuesday and it's slated to last six months.
it offered points to passengers who can rearrange their schedule away from the peak hours. you earn one point for each mile you travel. you earn more points if you travel during what's called bonus hours. these are the times between 6:30 to 7:30 a.m. and 8:30 and 9:30 in the morning. a bulk of the congestion on bart happens between 7:30 and 8:30 in the morning. the thing here is if you offer cash incentives, it will ease over crowding. the question is, will the program work? here's what they said. >> it would be better because the morning there's more seats and less passengers. it would free up the commute for the rush hour. i can see how that can work. >> all this federal money that was given to us could have been used in a better way. >> reporter: how so? >> because now we're going to set up another burrocracy and it really doesn't -- i don't think it really helps that much. i think we need more trains and
more cars. >> reporter: what are some of the cash insent sentives? for every is,000 points you earn, that equals $1 or you can play a spin to win game. you need to be 18 years old. you need to have a clipper card and a paypal account. bart says reward balances are transferred into that paypal account. bart analyzes that if 1200 people got to work earlier or later, it would be the equivalent of freeing up a ten- car train. again, this is a pilot program that's scheduled to last until february of next year. we'll have to see whether this program really can work. back to you. >> thank you. and speaking of the commute, let's bring in sal. how are the roads? >> they're okay, mike. in fact, we do see traffic getting a little a little better. but a lot of people are trying to avoid the crowds of the roads. we're going to saturday at 24 lafayette. you can see traffic has been
busy getting through the area. on 680 nearby heading down to danville. looking at a commute here that is backed up at the bay bridge toll plaza. 25 to 30 minute wait before you make it on to the actual stand. there have been no major crashes on the bridge. eastbound 237, they're clearing an accident on the way to milipitas. most of the traffic is going the other way. that is slow. it's slow on the expressway and all the freeways are having -- it's kind of a bad day. not one freeway i would recommend over the other trying to get over to the west valley. let's go to steve. good fog bank out there. it's regrouped compared to yesterday when it was only patchy. everybody got in on the sunshine. water temperatures cooled off. the inland temperatures warped up. upper 80s to near 90. even though it's end of august, that helps the fog bank and it continues to full in on most of the coast, not all of it. there are breaks down around santa cruz and monterey, but
also down to pg and pebble. it's there. a couple weak systems rotate through. that's a good sign. nothing too strong this time of year. but some of that has attract the cloud cover. hurricane madelyn is a category 1. it is looking like it wants to skirt the south of the big island. if it does make landfall, it would be the first to hit the big island since 1949. in 2014, that one was downgraded to a tropical storm. we'll see if madelyn takes that course. it looks like it wants to dip a little south though. you can see the track there. it's going to produce a lot of wind and rain. that track takes it south of the island. so the big island. lester coming in behind that looks like it wants to go north. we'll see if both of them
follow that path. we do get higher clouds that will clear out. the water temperatures cooled off. they were 60 a few days ago. monterey is 58. the warmer ocean temperatures and that fog says i'm raring to go. it's there. west at oakland and at sfo. 60s on the temperatures. cool north bay, but we're starting to warm up. 60 san ramon. upper 80s to near 90 for inland. 59 in truckee. most of that will clear out of there. i don't think there will be any shower activity. just a lot of high and mid level clouds. the fog isn't going anywhere. it will burn back to the coast. morning fog, fair and nice to warm. warmer lows for some this morning. some of the higher clouds are over us. most of the temperatures are pretty close to where they should be this time of year, but the coast and bay are slightly below, but there are a few inland locations that are
not too far away from 90. yet, the coast doing -- a little cooler thursday. slight warm up in, friday, saturday. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. a san francisco business woman used a social message to help win a contest involving lebron james. >> put the guns down. put the dope down. pick up a stop sign. eastern a decent living. >> that's yolanda jones. she started a business supplying traffic safety equipment to construction sites. she recently won a contest called pitch lebron in which small business owners made a pitch about their company in 23 seconds. that's his jersey number. the contest pro mosted his reality tv show about entrepreneurs. yolanda's prize was a mention on his facebook page with its 23 million followers. >> i was a lebron fan watching the tv with my son. but now, i'm a total lebron fan. i'm team lebron now at this point. >> she started her company in
honor of her 16-year-old son who was shoot to death by police in 2009 while sitting in a stolen car. she wants her business to grow so she can hire more at risk young people. when if comes to talking to man's best friend. it's not what you say. it's how you say it. the study that shows just how much dogs actually understand their how many on counterparts. >> people who say things that you don't like, you have to fight for their right to say that because at some point, that's going to be you. >> the actions nba legend kareem abdul-jabbar is defending calling a player patriotic.
now to our cover of the national anthem controversy. >> colin kaepernick will start in the game tomorrow. the chargeers will hold their salute to the military. a navy petty officer will sing the anthem while a flag will be presented on the field. kaepernick said his protest is against police brutality, not against military service members. he is receiving support from retired service members. the hashtag veterans for kaepernick is gaining popularity. they're defending the u.s. to ensure that americans have the freedom to express their opinions. they are serving the country to
protect freedoms rather than a sang or a piece of fabric. >> one of the greatest athletes is also defending him. >> nba hall-of-famer kareem abdul-jabbar spoke for an event organized by the commonwealth club. he says the protest exemplifies what the framers of the constitution intended. >> he's right in line with what mr. jefferson said when they were putting the constitution together that it's important to protect the speech of people who you don't want to hear because freedom of speech really is the basis for what america is about. >> a group including members of the justice for mario woods coalition will hold a rally outside the san francisco police officers association in support of kaepernick. he had again criticized and on the 9th, a civil rights attorney will joining us to preview that rally and news
conference. home invasion suspect behind bars. police were able to snag two suspects who assaulted and robbed two men and who they are still looking for this morning. we are learning more about an incredible story here in san francisco where a driver, his suv flew off of the friday this morning, fell 60 feet near these train tracks down below, and the driver inside walked away with just a few straps. we'll tell but this story coming up. looking at a commute where traffic is going to be busy if you are driving on 24 as you will head to the tunnel. this is it for august. it looks like a day very similar to many days this month. fog near the coast and sunny inland. we'll see about the temperatures.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. >> good morning. let's get right to steve. you said it earlier, last day of the month. >> yeah. >> not much different from the rest of the month. >> not yet. a little bit yesterday. it was nice yesterday. >> sunny. >> yeah. the coast cleared. city cleared. it was nice. of the fog is back. a little cooler on the owner an -- ocean temperatures and the inland temperatures warmed up. we had a couple 90s that had disappeared for a couple days. it will be sunny. higher clouds, most of the them out of the picture. we get pretty good fog. a couple systems continue to punch in on the north coast and as they do, that picks up the breeze and enhances that fog. it's there. almost gusts to 30.
that's decent. sfo now, 17. gusts at almost 40 yesterday. 50s and 60s on your temperatures. if you're far enough inland, near 90 degrees. there might be high clouds in the mix that breeze is there for some, not all. the lowers translating into 60s and 70s. south, usual slow traffic. >> we have slow traffic everywhere. the slow traffic itself just how much there is of it stands out, steve. out to san mateo, traffic has been busy trying to cross. it's not because of a collision. it's just because a lot of people are trying to get over to the peninsula. some people maybe avoiding 237 because of the mess we had there in the eastbound direction. but also affecting westbound commute. as a matter of fact, let's go to the bay bridge where some people are stuck in traffic. this has been a terrible
commute here. driving out to the san francisco side of the bridge. now, i do want to show you all the slow traffic signified by red on our maps. i want to show you the 101 through mountain view is slow. we talked about the bridge being slow. southbound 101 from redwood see all the way to palo alto is behind schedule. let's go back to the desk. new this morning, we received specific details about a bizarre crash on a from i in san francisco. >> that's right. a car flew off a freeway and dropped 60 feet. >> alex is there with what happened here. >> reporter: good morning. it's really incredible here as we learn more did he pales about this crash -- details about this crash. the driver was able to walk away after this accident. the chp tells us this man was driving his suv southbound on 280 here in san francisco exiting at cesar chavez when he lost control of that suv and it flew over the side of the freeway and it fell 60 feet to
the ground below. lock at video -- look at video of this. the driver was able to get himself out of that suv. he was treated here at the scene for some minor cuts to his arms. according to the chp, he was released. i talked with an officer about just how incredible it was that he survived. >> you don't normally walk away from a 60-foot drop in a vehicle especially when you've been doing freeway speed and not have more serious injuries. so he's a very lucky young man, i would say. >> and, again, we're live at the spot below the freeway where this car landed. it fell 60 feet from that freeway up above. that's 280 and that's the cesar chavez off-ramp. again, we are told this young man in his 20s had just minor cuts after pulling himself out of the wreckage of that car on
his own. again, he miraculously survived this accident, this incredible fall this morning. the chp says they do not believe the young man was under the influence and they don't believe any other cars were involved. they're trying to figure out why he lost control. he says somehow his tires lost grip, lost their traction with the road. that's when he rolled a couple times and went off the freeway. >> it wasn't raining or anything like that this morning. quite a story. thank you. 8:34. new, the bodies of two people were found in the park. oakland police are investigating how they died. police were called about 11:00 last night and we're being told the victims were shot and their bodies were discovered deep inside the park. no arrests have been made. the investigation continues. california lawmakers have voted to establish a first of its kind university program specifically designed to research gun violence. the -- violence.
the state low pressure spend $5 million on it. a senator was one of the political forces. he says researching gun violence is a critical first step in stopping it. >> we study things like traffic accidents, not because we want to eliminate or ban cars, but we want to make them safer. >> federal funding for research into gun death north u.s. has dried up over the years. the state study is the first of its kind in the nation. oakland police arrested two teens in connection with a home invasion robbery that happened at the oakland hills. investigators say two older men were attacked tuesday morning and robbed in their home on sequoia road near skyline at about 2:30 in the morning. oakland police say people broke into the home and attacked the two men inside who were in their 70s and 80s. one weighs treated for -- was
treated for injuries. hours later, two teenagers were stopped in a van that was reported stolen on monday. they found stolen items from the home as well as a replica firearm. >> any time there's a home invasion robbery, it is alarming. so if it has happened once, we're going to look into the other incidents and see if there are connections with those with those two individuals that we have arrested right now. the intruders stole a cadillac which police found yesterday. they're looking for more suspects and if ask you have any information, call them. there are a couple of developments regarding former stanford swimmer brock turner and the judge who resided over the case. the judge has launched a website to fight the recall campaign against him. on the site, he writes in judicial independence, i took an oath up to hold the constitution, not to appease politicians. >> he is by far one of the
hardest working most thoughtful, dedicated that we have in this country. >> he has shown a pattern of bias on the bench and he should be removed. brock turner is scheduled to be released from the santa clara county jail on friday. he will have served three months of a 6-month sentence. he is expected to be released probably between the hours of 5:00 a.m. and noon. the sheriff's office is evaluating security needs with an expected crowd of reporters and protesters. more information is coming out about the sudden leave the hayward police chief. the city manager placed her on administrative leave pending the results of a personnel investigation. it caught police rank and file by surprise. the former city manager tells the chronicle someone brought anonymous allegations against stewart to city leaders in the past several days, but wouldn't say what they were. the chronical's also reporting that her husband was paid to teach a communications course to police managers, but it is unclear if they are in any way related to the investigation. the san jose city council
has declared a state of emergency in response to the police department's severe staffing problems. yesterday's 10-1 vote allows the police chief to shift dozens of officers and detectives from specialized units to street patrol. the staffing shortage forced police officers to live in rvs in the park. many city leaders felt drastic action was kneaded. ultimately, we felt in order to keep my officers safe and reduce, you know, some of the fatigue and keep our community safe, we needed to do this quickly. >> the number of san jose police officers has dropped dramatically over the past ten years. that is due in part to changes in the department's pension and retirement plan that has prompted some officers to leave san jose for other cities. a former san francisco police officer has been sentenced to one year in prison
for illegally searching a residential hotel room. prosecutors say the 44-year-old didn't get consent or a warrant. he had been a member of the police department for 19 years. in addition to prison time, the judge find him $-- fined him $12,000. al you burrito lovers, just how chipotle is trying to boost sales with freebies? up intention, taylor swift called for jury duty. what happened when they reported for her civic duty and whether or not she'll be serving any time soon. we are looking at a commute where traffic is still very slow in many areas although we are seeing some improvement. plus, a problem in san francisco that could slow your commute on city streets. we had improvement on the coast. lots of sunshine. fog is back though. so it looks like a wide variety of the temperatures.
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fans and she also signed autographs. >> we posted this photo. you can follow us at ktvu for more photos and stories like this one. let's go to sal talking about traffic and an incident happening in the city. >> that's right. we have some sort of a pg and e issue. it's some sort of a vault, either it's a fire or explosion underneath bush near kearny and a manhole cover near this facility came up. now, no one has been injured, but the fire department is on the scene and if you're on bush street, as you know, it heads down toward market. this is going to cause a delay not only to the cars but the buses run on that street. again, bush between kearny and montgomery, there is a vault, either a fire or explosion or something that happened underground that caused one of the manhole covers to come up. again, we're getting word there were no injuries. pg and e is on the way to the
seen. -- scene. if you hear sirens downtown or going to that area, step off bart, you're going to hear sirens and activity. that's what's going on. we have a crew on the way. we'll let you know more about this coming up. >> let's move along to the bay bridge. an improvement here. instead of being 20 or 30 minutes. it's 15 or 20 waiting at the toll plaza. san mateo bridge, not a bad commute getting across. it's crowded but moving as it normally should. it's been a rough commute in san jose. it's slow getting out of downtown to highway 17. 8:44, let's go to steve. thank you. we get the fog on the coast. a little bit in the city. yesterday we got chewed up, but it's back today. the warmer inland temperatures and the cooler ocean temperatures play into formation of that fog. again, we have a little system
moving into the north. it's not row bust, but the higher clouds are in sierra nevada. that's that system i was talking about right there moving through. otherwise, look for the fog and low clouds. it looks like in monterey bay, it's just going right down that. of but i know there's some in pebble beach and also some trying to get close to sand accrues -- santa cruz. almost gusts to 30. west at hayward, gusts 23 at sfo and they were roaring yesterday with gusts 35 to 40. 60s for others. we'll have a big difference in the temperatures. peninsula starts off in the 60s. lots of sunshine unless you're hugging the coast there. then you have to deal with the fog. so that equals 60s, 70s, 80s inland. certainly it will be close for vacaville out to antioch. yesterday, they were 93. we did drop a couple degrees
today. gilroy 89 yesterday. for some, it's warm. others, not tood about. these are close to seasonal averages, but it looks like san francisco will make it through august with only one 70 degree day. that was on the 8th. i don't think it will happen today. >> thanks. the families two of boys hit by a drunk driver in san francisco last year are now suing the driver and the city. the two boys were walking to marina middle school in november when they were hit while crossing the street there. they were seriously injured and are still recovering. kristin was arrested on dui and child endangerment charges. in the lawsuit, the family claims she was negligent and they're blaming the city for dangerous traffic conditions where they were hit. your dog may really know what you're talking about. researchers are discovering what many of us believe that dogs understand some of what humans are saying. >> scientists have conducted a study where they scan the brains of a dozen dogs as they listen to words being spoken. they found dogs understand both
the meaning of words and the intention used -- what they were meaning when they spoke. >> the lead scientist in the case says humans -- dogs use their brains for different functions. they heard praise and positive voice. does it matter what you are saying or how you are saying? >> knows every word. >> i'm certain he does. >> you might -- they understand very well. taking your love for the popular drink to the next level. what starbucks is letting people do that could be a first for any coffee drinker.
>> i know this must be very terrifying and horrifying for my family to hear that these men are willing to go to these lengths. >> the video shows a pennsylvania woman and her husband who were kidnapped by the taliban back in 2012. the 30-year-old is heard saying they will be killed if the government in afghanistan does not stop executing prisoners. it is still not clear when that video was actually recorded. several states held primary he electrickings yesterday, including -- elections yesterday, including florida where marco rubio will move on in the senate race. he won 72% of the republican vote and it comes five months after he suspended his presidential campaign. now, at first, he said he would not run for re-election to the senate but then changed his mind. murphy is a two-term democrat in the house of representatives and experts say the race could determine which party will end up with control of the senate.
florida congresswoman debbie wasserman schultz won her race. she resigned after an e-mail scandal that appeared to show party officials favoring hillary clinton. she was able to fend off a challenge from a law professor, a bernie sanders supporter. now to arizona where john mccain won a primary victory by a double digit margin. he was thought to be vulnerable with only 50% of voters in arizona approving of his job performance. in the end, she was unable to win supporters and she struggled to keep up with mccain in fundraising. interested in having a conversation with your latte? >> there's good news about the housing market. pam cook is here with money business. we'll talk about talking to your latte in a second. but, yes, looking at the opening bell from earlier this morning, it's a group called center for social innovation, they are celebrating the
opening of the women's lab. its mission is to support initiatives for women around the world. they rang the bell and right out 0 of the gate, the numbers headed lower. no big moves, but here's a live look at the dow jones. still all three indexes at pretty good highs for the year, burr the dow off about -- but the dow off a third of a percent. same with the other two i'm looking live right now. they're both down about a quarter to a third of a percent. in business news, uber and visa are now teaming up a rewards program. uber will reword people who -- reward people who stop in neighborhood stores. 100 points equals a free ride, up to $10. they say local offers isn't a short-term promotion, it's part of the uber app. but at least for now, it's only available in the bay area and los angeles. we'll see if it expands from there. chipotle still fighting for
customers after an e. coli outbreak. it hopes two new deals will help. kids eat free every sunday as long as they are with a paying adult and high school and college students can get a free drink with the purchase of an en tray with their school id. the pro mows are in addition to the local tee program. star backs giving you a chance to chat with your latte. they had a facebook page, twitter and instagram. you can live chat with the pso as it's called on facebook messenger. you will be prompted to ask questions, but many have noted you shouldn't expect any direct answers. seems like the pumpkin spice latte is programmed with a set of responses that have little to do with the question kind of
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today marks a somber day in the history of great britain. the death of one of the most photographed women in the world. princess die yeah nah died in a car -- diana died in a car crash in paris. it sent shockwaves around the world and an outpouring of grief that last throughout the years. prince william said he missed his mother everyday. people have been posting tributes on the facebook for the woman known as the people's princess. >> chris brown is out on bail after a woman claimed he pulled a gun on her at his home. >> we now know he's been released on $250,000 bail. police went to his home early yesterday morning but he refused to come out until they had a
warrant. the standoff lasted nearly 14 hours. while the police were outside brown was inside posting to instagram telling his side of the story. >> good luck, when you get the warrant or whatever you need you're going to walk up in here and see nothing. you idiots. y'all the worst gang in the world and i said it. >> he was arrested without incident. the woman who made the report against brown said he became angry and pointed a gun at her when she looked at his friend oops diamond necklace. >> the first commercial flight in 50 years from the u.s. to cuba has landed. >> this is video of the jetblue flight taking off this morning. it landed around 8:00 a.m. in santa clara cuba. >> this is the first flight since diplomatic ties were restored last year. they will soon make up to 100 flights a day to cuba. >> the oakland a's lost their
second straight game in houston. >> ryan heely at the plate and the a's lost this 13-1. >> and the a's lost to the diamondbacks. the giants did attempt a comeback but could not get the timely hit. they lost 4-3 and are now two games behind the dodgers in the al west. >> former pro quarterback and highsman trophy winner tim tebow is taking a swing at major league baseball. >> he held a public workout before dozens of scouts yesterday. the oakland a's and chicago cubs were reportedly the only two teams who were not represented. scouts got the opportunity to evaluate the 29-year-old's speed throwing arm. defensive skills, and hitting ability.
a few teams actually talked privately with tebow after that workout. but so far no one has signed the former football player. >> in a surprise move donald trump announces he's meeting with the president of mexico. just ahead of a highly anticipated speech on immigration. >> and this labor day weekend is expected to be the deadliest on the road since 2009. i'm looking at the reasons why with the california highway patrol. plus support for quarterback collin kaepernick we sit down with civil rights activist john burris ahead of a news conference this morning. plan blp. >> just a little bit -- just a little bit of sunshine around the bay. we're welcoming you to ktvu's mornings at 9:00.