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apple one computer at an auction in new york. it debuted in 1976. previous auctions saw computers tell for almost $1 million. it is believed that only 50 of the original macs still exist. tensions run high at berkeley at this council meeting about the controversial police training program called urban shield. we will tell you about the late night decision by the city council. >> doug: and we're in dublin with the first cooling station in the east bay to open. at 8:00. it will be another hot one. and pg&e is worried it will break another record. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> well, good morning to you. it is wednesday, june 21st. i'm claudine wong, in for gasia mikaelian. >> i know who you are. >> you are used to me coming in, hanging out with you guys.
>> that's right. good morning. i'm dave clark. i know steve paulson. he is right over here. >> hi, claudine. >> hello. good morning. it feels cold out there. >> a little bit today. >> i like it. >> i don't think it will last long. >> uh-oh. >> there is warm air aloft. much bigger fog bank came in. unanimous that it felt cooler than most. full first day of summer. the solstice was last night. we have a bigger fog bank. craig says 78 up in napa. climbing. going to be hot up here. that's true. if you're in the higher elevations, i think i saw 78 at altamont pass and about 75 mount diablo. higher elevations, warm air aloft. it won't take long to translate into a warm to hot pattern for some, at least away from the coast. by the coast, too much fog and a lot cooler on the low. so i think we will get the big
40 degree spread on the temps. fog is retreating but made it into area that's didn't see fog for a while. parts of lake county could easily pop up again, maybe northern and napa county, lake county. delta breeze not there where it should be if you're looking for cooler weather. 50s on the temps or 60s. everybody is cooler here this morning by a couple degrees to 7 degrees in livermore. even napa airport at 5. fairfield at 6 degrees. if it feels cooler this morning, it is. get out and especially joy it while you can. 53 boulder creek. more 50s than 60s around campbell and cupertino and santa clara. that is a big difference from yesterday. there were a lot of 60s. coast and bay, 60s, 70s, 80s. inland, i wanted to take the temps down a bit but the days are too long to get a cooler pattern. if you're inland, sal, it will be hot. coast and bay, not too bad. >> that's good, steve. the weather is not having a major impact on the traffic. we have a couple of items you
should know about. first of all if you're trying to leave half moon bay and get over to interstate 280, there is a serious wreck on 92 at skyline. head-on collision blocking both directions of 92 near upper skyline. traffic is now not getting through, getting out of half moon bay or going towards it. i would avoid using highway 92 at highway -- getting out to half moon bay or the other way around. this is going to take a while. even if they cleared it now magically all of the lanes are going to take a while to unwind. again, a crash locking both direction -- blocking both directions of skyline. slow of traffic in both directions. if you live in half moon bay, i would suggest perhaps using highway 1 flu pacifica getting out of the way that way unless you like to be stuck in slow traffic. let's move to the other side of the bay through danville. clearing up from an accident near sycamore. and 24 is slow through lafayette. 680 is slow from concord to walnut creek. of course highway 4 not to
forget about highway 4. we have a lot of slow traffic over the hill as you drive to concord this morning. let's move along to the bay bridge toll plaza approach from the macarthur maze. not bad. 28 minutes from the carquinez bridge. when you get to the bay bridge, that is backed up for 10 to 15 minutes before you make it on to the span. 7:04ment back to the desk. >> thanks, sal. 7:04 on the clock. as steve said, it is cool in parts of the bay area. expect it to be another hot day in the bay area. pg&e expecting that and expecting people to use a lot of their electricity as they crank back up the air conditioners. >> yeah. there are other ways to keep cool as well. leigh martinez is in dublin now. you have been busy all morning. a cooling center out there will open up in the next hour. good morning, leigh. >> reporter: yes. that's why we moved from livermore to dublin. they're going to open at 8:00. this is the first cooling center in the east bay that will be open this morning. if you swing around, you see the beautiful park that they
have out here. we saw quite a few people exercising. one senior was out on her walker taking a walk around. she said she couldn't talk to us. she didn't have time. she had to get her workout in before it was too hot. she was here at 8:00 and it was too hot. we let her go and do her thing. the cal iso issued the flex alert again, hoping to avoid blackouts by asking people to conserve during the peak demand time between 2:00 and 9:00 p.m. lever more parents yesterday tried to do just that. they left their hot houses and came to the livermore fountain park. but they say complying with recommendations is hard when you have two little ones to care for. and some residents had no power at all. by evening, pg&e said about 12,000 customers lost electricity in the bay area. ay area. >> we used a little bit of ac in one room that cooled a bunch of rooms and a fan. that was effective when we kept the ac at 78.
>> target lost power. wal-mart lost power today. >> reporter: now, california's power grid has added 2,000 mega watts of solar power. but the grid is aging and can get overloaded on extremely hot days. when people use more electricity, many now running air-conditioning units, they are pulling more power through the lines and seems it gets to the point where it can't get any more power through the transmission lines. now, right now it is pretty cool out. but talking to some of the walkers that were out here this morning, they say at 8:00 it was already too hot for them. starting at 8:00, this community center will be the first cooling center to open. so don't use your electricity, use theirs instead. >> yeah. that's a good idea. i know it's funny that we've had enough days that the woman that you tried to talk to was like nope, not going to do it. >> no. >> not going to do it.
>> thank you, leigh. look what the heat is doing to bay area sidewalks. this happens when the concrete gets so hot that it expands and there is not enough room for it so it has to go somewhere and tilts upwards. it creates what looks like a pyramidion the street. bad news for homeowners. california law says homeowners are responsible for maintaining sidewalks on your property. yikes. you can track this heat wave as it intensifies by downloading ktvu's weather app. we will have the latest on ktvu.com and on our social media pages. protesters disrupted a berkeley city council meeting last night about a controversial training program. alex savidge is live at berkeley city hall with more on the push to end berkeley's participation in urban shield. it sounds like even with the vote is up in the air this morning. >> reporter: yeah. we're still trying to sort out exactly what happened with this
vote, whether it will stand. we will get into that in a moment here. but we've heard a lot about urban shield over the last couple of years. it has drawn criticism. urban shield is the annual event that happens every year in the bay area where various police departments come together to train for high-risk situations, things like mass shootings or terror attacks. critics believe this leads to a militarized police force and don't want the berkeley police department taking part. and this was the noisy scene during the city council last night that stretched late into the night. demonstrators took to the stage, holding a stop urban shield banner. this video here was shot by daily cal reporter edward eugene booth. several protesters were detained as the auditorium at long fellow middle school was cleared out. that's where the meeting was
taking place because of its size. the disruption came as the council was voting on whether berkeley police should continue taking part in urban shield. police say it is critical training. but critics say it enables the police department to use military-style tactics that target minority communities. >> we are berkeley and we set a tone and we set a trend. and we should not be held hostage to urban shield. >> we need to train. i mean, the reality is active shooter incidents or acts of terror can happen anyplace. >> reporter: according to reports, the council in the end did vote in favor of the berkeley police department continuing to take part in urban shield for one more year. although a council member did tell ktvu they're not certain that the vote was actually official because of the disruption at last night's meeting. i put in calls and reached out
to some city officials this morning. also i reached out to the berkeley police department for more information on any arrests. we're still waiting to hear back on exactly the number of people that may have been detained or arrested at the meeting and whether the vote last night will in fact stand. and one hour from now, antiurban shield protesters will be staging a demonstration here outside of city hall in berkeley. that's going to get underway at 8:00 this morning. >> okay. we will check back in with you in a bit. thank you, alex. happening today the san francisco police commission reexamines the issue of arming officers with stun guns. they will continue if stun guns are effective devices in ending volatile situations. in the past they studied if they were lethal. san francisco is one of the largest police departments in the country that does not allow officers to carry the stun guns. commissioners tell the chronicle they will not vote on the issue until after several public meetings. and our question of the day is, do you think that san francisco police officers should carry the stun guns?
yes or no? let us know what you think by voting on twitter or ktvu.com. you can also comment on our facebook page. all right. the time is 7:11. a major shake-up for uber. the ceo resigned. what this means for the future of the san francisco based ride share company. a new custody agreement and numerous phone calls to police. new details about what led up to a santa rosa father killing his own children before he took his own life. we see slow traffic and a couple of serious incidents on the peninsula. we will tell you more about the south bay and the peninsula commute when committee come back. pretty decent fog bank for areas this morning. already burning back to the coast though. it does look a teen ebit cooler for some today. we will take a look at the temps. ♪
2. our time is 7:13. more information this morning about the bitter child custody battle in santa rosa that ended with a father killing his two small children and then killing himself. >> reporter: at the rural home where the two children lived with their mother, the fence is adorned with flowers line the road. the mom writing of my precious and innocent children. beyond loved by family, friends and community. and acknowledging hers are not the only kids killed by an estranged spouse. help me raise awareness. much need today prevent anything like this. >> there was no indication whatsoever that he was a danger to himself or a danger to the children. >> doug: investigators acknowledge that camara called authorities five times in three
days worried about her kids. saturday night she said he was calling and texting her in anger, accusing her of an affair. police came by here and told camara to stop harassing his ex. >> again, no crimes had been committed. it was disagreements and arguments between the couple. the girl, the 6-year-old, was contacted by the officer snooze at that point, juilianna was fine. the next day he spent father's day with both children. when mom came to pick them up as scheduled, no one answered. instead a phone conversation. >> the last thing that he said was that he was out of town. >> reporter: out of town. but camara's car was still in the parking space. he rarely drives since getting a dui. and a trace of his phone showed it was inside of his place. deputies knocked but didn't trying to go in. >> there wasn't enough to go in at that particular point. you can't just go inside a house without further
information. >> reporter: alarmed the children's mother made three more calls through the night until her final call at 9:00 a.m. and within an hour, the bodies were found. it was the siblings first visit with their dad under a custody agreement just three days old that their mom had clear misgivings about. i sought help on numerous occasions and said many, many time that's my children were in danger in their father's care. she concludes, i didn't receive the urgent help i needed to save them. relatives are raising money to pay for the funerals. it is a youcaring account with more than $12,000 so far. here at the slater street complex, neighbors have set up this small memorial. autopsies will determine the kids' cause of death. and also narrow down a time of death as well. in santa rosa, deborah villa lon, fox 2 news. >> the alameda county d.a.
is launching a new gun safety program asked ask or asking saves kids. it encourages parents to ask if there's an unlocked gun where the child plays. during the summertime, as you know, many kids visit homes of friends and neighbors and can be at risked if there is an unlocked gun. 1.7million children nationwide live in a home with a loaded and unlocked gun. and every year, thousands are kids or injured as a result. all right. the time is 7:17. let's take a look at how our roads are faring on this wednesday. how are we looking, sal. >> we're looking okay. but there is the crash on highway 92 that i keep telling you about. they are making progress in clearing it. but there is a rather large backup out of 92 trying to get into half moon bay. this is an accident right near upper skyline. so if you live in half moon bay and you want to get over to interstate 280, i would not
recommend using highway 92 or the other way around really. i would recommend going up there pacifica or down to woodside area and getting on 84 because of this very serious crash. chp is there and waiting for tow trucks. they have to get through the slow traffic. it will be a while. i would not recommend that freeway. out to the east bay we go. 680 finally cleared the accident at sycamore. slow from dublin as you drive through pleasanton. not nearly as bad as yesterday when we had all of the problems. 880 southbound will be slow hayward to union city. contra costa county, usual slowdowns. that is typical. this is a look at the east shore freeway. a 30-minute drive. better today than yesterday. and at the bay bridge toll plaza, we have about a 15- minute delay with no major issues as you drive through. 7:18, let's go back to steve in the weather center. >> all right, sal. thank you. i put this out early this morning. i said it feels cooler to me.
what about you? i appreciate all of the responses. i would say about 98% of you responded yes, it feels cooler. that is not just coast and bay. that's from cloverdale, even out to oakley. concord. a couple from concord that said yeah it feels cooler. walnut creek as well. i was able to take the dogs out this morning and they actually enjoyed it. not panting like the last couple of mornings. the day is very long. so we have plenty of time to warm up. the angle of the sun is extremely high. build-ups right over -- right there. mainly clearlake. some of you said i had a shower yet. went from 108 to 101 on the temp. possibility of that again today. mainly i think northern napa county and also up to lake county. there is an okay delta breeze. not that strong. 50s and 60s. more 50s this morning than i have seen in a while.
temperatures actually well below where they were 24 hours ago. sfo only one. but that is a low cloud deck. 7 in san jose. had some fog reports up to santa rosa, even out to american canyon had fog reports out there. low clouds will retreat back to the coast. it won't take long to get that to burn back. as least it is much more extensive than yesterday. upper 40s and 50s. the water temps came down a little bit. 55 that vat owe. 57 glenn helen. 50 bodega bay. kelseyville at 65. at this time yesterday they were 70 something. so that is a little cooler for them. really hot. i mean smoking hot town in las vegas. down to phoenix, 117 to maybe 119 again. 50 up in truckee. it has been warm in tahoe and reno. reno hit 104 yesterday, tying an all-time june high on the temperature. fog and low clouds have come
back. 60s, 70s, upper 70s to low 80s. i went 90s to 100s. i didn't want to but i can't ignore it. it is tough to cool off the inland areas this time of year. tomorrow much to the dismay of claudine looks hotter. but after that we start a cooling trend. >> okay. i have one more day in me. >> that's it. >> that's it. >> hang in there. >> one more 104 day. holding you to that, steve. tropical storm cindy could dump a foot of rain in louisiana and florida. thousands of people in new orleans have lost power. the worst may still be ahead. the louisiana national guard sent out a high water rescue vehicle, several of them, and helicopters into flood prone areas. fema already moving aid into the state. and they are one of the hottest toys of the year. but what one watch dog group is saying about the safety of the fidget spinners. try it on before you buy
the nasdaq is up by 28 points. one of the things we're watching for you this morning are the health care stocks. they are going up. oil still having an impact on the markets today. so we will keep an eye on all of that for you. you. all right. our time is 7:25. a plan to build a new google campus in san jose passed its first public test. the san jose city council agreed to negotiate exclusively with google to sell 16 city owned parcels for the development project. now, google wants between 6 and 8 million square feet of office space near the sap center and the b.a.r.t. station. if approved, the city would have to move its fire department training facility. but the mayor says this will be an extraordinary benefit for san jose, including millions in tax revenue. >> google understands and they're not asking for any public subsidy and we're not offering one. >> now, this project could bring up to 20,000 jobs to the
area and about 2500 new housing units. housing advocates and others, they're concerned about how home prices and traffic will be affected by this project. amazon is hoping to revolutionize the clothing industry by letting you try on the latest styles without buying them with no upfront charge. that is the idea. prime members can select which clothing, shoes and accessories they want and try them on at home. you have 7 days to decide if you want them. if you like it, keep it ask get a discount for doing so, up to 20%. send back what you don't like for free. the launch date for prime wardrobe has not been announced. our time is 7:26. those popular fidget spinners are not as harmlessas you think they are. the boston based world against toys causing harm group says spinners are on its annual list
of unsafe summer play things. now, later today, they're scheduled to address spinners and other fad items when that nonprofit organization releases the list. now, they're highlighting possibly hazardous items that parents should avoid. last week, authorities in germany said they will destroy tons of the gadget that's have been confiscated by custom agents. they tested the toys and found that parts could fall off and also pose possible choking hazards for small children. >> we have a couple of those in our house. >> i know you do. >> parts have fallen off. certainly when you have younger children, that is definitely an issue. 7:26 on the clock. people across the bay area opening their homes to refugees for free. the new program by airbnb to help those who were forced to flee their country. and a shake-up at uber. travis kalanick is outside at the company's ceo. what we learned about his sudden resignation. in general, it seems to be
a better day commute-wise than yesterday. but we do have some issues. especially on the peninsula. we will tell you more about that straight ahead. much bigger fog bank. some of it already retreating. but it looks a little cooler. although the day is long and the angle of the sun is very high. for some it will still be pretty warm today.
♪[music] >> oh, the bay area and the micro climate that's we -- climates that we love. look at your screen. the tower peeking out above saying hello. then the other part of the screen people saying fog? what fog. we have a lot going on. good morning. it is wednesday june 21st. i'm claudine wong in for gasia mikaelian. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. it is an interesting morning weather-wise. first full day of summer 2017. >> summer is here. >> that's right. steve is here too. >> summer started last sunday, i think. >> it feels like every season that we've had, i'm like it's not winter yet? it is not summer yet? it feels like it. >> it has been strange since october. >> you have talked about the melting snow up in the sierra.
>> it is still happening. some of the campgrounds are still closed or they had too much damage from a lot of snow. tioga pass, they are trying to open them up. some of the campgrounds will not be open by the fourth of july. that's flowing pretty good there. >> yeah. >> remember that water is really cold. it was a couple years ago that this was hardly even a stream. and now look, things continue to -- i know where that is, ken. that is a better shot right there. >> that is a pretty picture. >> i think tahoe city, 11,000 cubic feet per second. >> everywhere i look when people are posting pictures, everybody talks about the water level. >> it is way up. >> lake tahoe and all of the places everywhere. >> and i mentioned this the other day. people said, steve, where did those thunderstorms come from late sunday, early monday. remember those rumbled through. you have to remember there is a lot of snow up above 8,000
feet. and you get a high pressure system that we had such as the one right now, you get a big evaporation rate and you can get, if you get a trigger in the atmosphere, you can get some of the thunderstorms popping up. that has added humidity to the mix. today it is more about the fog. yesterday there were some. now, some parts of clearlake, you probably didn't get anything but saw the towering cues and it fired up a few thunderstorms. again, i don't put it in the forecast but i talk about it because it is almost impossible to pinpoint where they would be. there is a little bit of a delta breeze. it is unanimous from all viewers this morning, 99% of you said it feels cooler. not just the coast and bay. all the way down to gilroy that picked up fog and out to oakley and discovery bay. if it feels cooler there, it is. one to seven degrees.
here inlies the -- lies the rub. that fog bank is burning back but some of it is holding on. today is not the day that we warm up. tomorrow on track to be toasty. monterey went down from 58 to 55. that is a big drop. 70 brentwood. 56 vallejo. 50s for some that were much warmer than this. we are running cooler. almost everybody has been unanimous there. looking for the fog to burn off but it won't be that hot for many. inland, another warm to hot day. 70s, 80s, 90s to 100s. i wanted to go about 95, but it is hard to break that down when it is this hot. all right, sal. 92. i know highway 92 is an issue. >> yeah. we have slow traffic. there has been some improvement, steve. we will let you know what that is right now as we go to the commute.
highway 92 at upper skyline there is a crash. it was a head off on collision. they are doing one-way traffic control. there is a big slowdown on 92 getting out of half moon bay or driving into it because of that crash in upper skyline. i would recommend an alternate route. 92 is a big mess now in and out of half moon bay. let's talk about the southbound commute where we see 101 and 85 will be slow into the west valley. there is a picture of 280 just to show you how slow it is. if you go up to the bay bridge toll plaza, 20 minute delay before you make it on to the span. san francisco, northbound 101 traffic doesn't look bad approaching the 80 split. speaking of 101, let's check out marin county in san rafael. not bad making the turn towards interstate 580. 7:35. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. there's a major shake-up at san francisco based uber. the company's co-founder and ceo has resigned. allie rasmus joins us live from the news room with what might be behind his sudden
resignation. allie. >> yes. claudine, there are several reports coming in this morning that his resignation came at the request or maybe we should say demand of several investors at uber who yesterday afternoon asked the now former ceo to step down immediately. travis kalanick did, announce being his resignation late last night. a statement he wrote, quote, i love uber more than anything in the world and at this difficult moment in my personal life, i am stepping aside so uber can go back to building rather than be distracted with another fight. uber has faced claims of sexual harassment, bullying, unprofessionalism in the workplace. one of the recommendations in the report was a change in senior leadership. that may be partially what is behind the investor push to oust kalanick. in response this morning, uber's board issued a staying
that kalanick had, quote, always put uber first and his stepping down as chief executive will give the company room to fully embrace the new chapter in uber's future. kalanick helped launch uber. hard to believe it wasn't even ten years that the company didn't exist. since then it has grown into a $70 billion company. kalanick will remain on the board of directors. there is no word who may replace him as ceo. claudine. >> all right. we will have to watch that and see where it goes from here. thanks, allie. uber is still rolling out changes even without a ceo in place. uber is not going to take any of the tip money but the san francisco company will collect ride cancellation fees as well as the waiting time charges. the manager says this is an effort to recast itself as a company with a conscious and heart. over the years the company has
come under fire for business practices. the time is now 7:37. we're learning more about a man who was shot by a chp officer on the bay bridge sunday morning. he was 27 years jose of fresno. he was driving a red cadillac that drove towards chp officers at the scene of a crash. that prompted one police officer to open fire. he was taken to the hospital and then booked into jail on suspicion of assaulting peace officers and driving under the influence. that shooting closed down the eastbound lanes on the bridge for five hours on sunday. minnesota authorities have released graphic dash cam video of the deadly police shooting of an african-american man castillo. we want to warn you that some of the images are disturbing. it shows the officer approaching the car. he says that he is carrying a legally permitted gun. >> sir, i have to tell you that i have a firearm on me.
>> don't reach for it. don't pull it out. don't pull it out. >> you just killed my boyfriend. >> as you can see the patrol car video shows the officer firing seven gunshots. he had stopped him for a broken taillight. the footage is evidence from the trial that ended last friday. that officer was acquitted of manslaughter. the dash cam video shows the actual shooting unlike the facebook live video after the shooting. in other news, in this morning, prince phillip of england has been admitted to a hospital in london. that is him on the right. he is being treated for an infection from preexisting conditions. prince phillip is the husband of queen elizabeth. now, a statement from buckingham palace says this is a precautionary move. he is 96 years old. they say he is in good spirits but he is disappointed he will miss the state opening of
parliament and the royal horse races later today. the time is 7:40. well, back in this country, republicans are celebrating after holding on to a congressional seat in georgia in yesterday's special election. handle beat democrat ossoff by a comfortable 5 percentage points. democrats are looking at that race as more than a seat in the house. it has been held by republicans since 1979. it was considered a possible referendum on president trump. that brought in donations of $50 million from all over the country, making that race the most expensive congressional race in american history. republicans by the way won all four special elections this spring. it is 7:40. and we're learning new details about a failed terror attack yesterday at a train station in brussels, belgium. this morning, authorities identified the attacker as a 36- year-old man from morocco.
he tried to set off a suitcase filled with nails and gas canisters. but the suitcase did not fully explode. then the man charged at security guards while shouting in arabic god is great. the soldiers shot and killed him. no one else was hurt. >> we were told to stay inside of the shop. they blocked all of the entrances and two soldiers came in. they secured the perimeter. we were in the back of the shop and asked to remain calm. >> investigators say the attacker was not known to them for being involved in terror activities. authorities wouldn't say if he had a criminal record. security has increased throughout belgium. tense moments in berkeley when protesters interrupt a berkeley city council meeting. coming up, more on their concerns surrounding the controversial vote over a police training program known as urban shield. does an increase in minimum wage mean job cuts for small businesses? we will tell you what a new uc
berkeley study just found out. good morning. we still have a little bit of slow traffic in some areas and building slow traffic in others. here at the maze it is not a bad commute coming around to the bay bridge. bigger fog bank today. i knew what i was going to say. big you are fog bank today. it will be cooler for most. but still hot for those way inland. what about tomorrow? we will take a look at that.
>> the ban takes effect next april. it only bans the sale of flavored tobacco products in the city. you can still use the products. well, airbnb is trying to help the growing number of refugee families displaced by violence coming to the u.s. they are joining efforts to welcome refugees to the u.s. and make a smooth transition to
life here. 450 californians have signed up for their homes to be used for free by refugees. that includes 164 here in the bay area. >> we have created this simple platform to book trips for travelers from all over the world. and we realize there's this amazing global community. we can put our platform and community together to help solve the global refugee crisis. >> the program's goal is to help 100,000 people in need of housing over the next five years. a uc berkeley study shows increasing the minimum wage in seattle did what it was supposed to do, increase workers' pay without businesses being forced to cut jobs. now, no 2014 seattle approved a law that phased in pay hikes. by the year 2021, the minimum wage there will reach $15 an hour. many fast food restaurants said the jump in pay would mean they would have to cut the number of hours that people were working.
the calorie searchers will give us more details about their study later today. this is the fourth annual international yoga day. the occasion was marked in india with 50,000 people doing yoga together. >> what? >> despite a rainstorm. the session was led by the country's prime minister. june 21st is international yoga day. for the first time california is marking the event. it raises awareness about the benefits of yolk a he is the first indian-american to serve in the state legislator. >> i keep meaning to take it up. everybody tells me how good it is. >> people who do yoga, my sister has done every version of yoga. loves it. yoga for me is hard. >> all right. the time is 7:47. sal is very zen because -- even though you're handling the traffic stuff today. >> you have to be. you have to be when you're -- when you're going to get out there on the road, you have to
bring your patient. if you live in half moon bay and trying to get over the hill, today is not a good day. highway 92 is a problem on the peninsula. you can see traffic here is going to be very slow approaching upper skyline. they do have a crash that is blocking some of the lanes. you can get by using one-way traffic control. it is really making a mess of the peninsula. 280 and 35 getting out here -- getting into to and out of half moon bay, i would not recommend it. give yourself extra of plenty of time. the south bay commute, all of the freeways are slow. not much of a break getting into the south bay. this is 280. it is not too bad getting up to highway 17. and if you are driving to the bay bridge toll plaza, it is backed up for a typical delay. the traffic continues to look good. this is highway 101 in san francisco. not a bad commute. if you're driving to the airport, southbound 101 looks all right. 7:48. let's bring steve in. >> all right, sal. thank you.
>> you're bell com. >> good morning, everybody. for most -- let's see. denise in hillsberg says it feels cooler to me. jackie in clayton says it feels cooler to me. she is a tough one. she is tough. she will tell me. not only cool and gray in monterey but drizzle. .02 in my bucket. retired national weather service meteorologist steve marcanon one of the best ever in my opinion. we had jan on yesterday talking to allie who also does really good stuff. puts on great information on his website. but, see, about every six, seven hours, the weather service, they write a discussion. and steve wrote the best discussions ever. he did. i mean, he was just good stuff. anyway, thank you for that steve. he is probably playing his guitar right now. anyway. steve. what is he talking about? steve, what i see is a little eddie. our good friend coastal eddie
is down in watsonville. that is probably the enhancement and spin giving spin towards the monterey and peninsula. it does look a little cooler to me today. i'm reluctant -- you know, because the day is so long and the angle of the sun is so high, i'm reluctant to cool down areas away from the coast. coast and bay looks cooler. some possible build-ups again over lake county. they did pop up -- right there. it didn't last long but they popped up in northern napa county as well from the thunderstorm complex. west/southwest holding out to the delta but not that strong. more 50s and 60s. now, again, you know, will that hold? i think so. the fog bank -- there you go. a bigger fog bank than we have seen for a while. viewers saying this is the first time that we have seen fog here in a week or so. even monterey came down.
that one observation from 58 to 55. 52 pacifica. menlo park, low 60s. running two degrees warmer than los altos hills. you don't see that often. las vegas, 92. temperatures yesterday, 119, 120. another scorching day. for us, i do think a little cooler. if i'm wrong, i'm wrong. but -- i've seen this before. that's what we say. 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s. it is hard. these micro climates this time of year are tough. i like the challenge. tomorrow looks hotter. then after that, i think we have good news going forward into the weekend. next week looks like 80s for areas that are 100s now. >> claudine is impressed. >> i'm clapping in the hopes that that stays the forecast. i've been warned that things can change. >> you know what will probably
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>> yeah. they want to stay in their homes. the milpitas city council put a hold on the request by the owner of the sunny hills apartments to tear down the apartment complex. some of the tenants have been there for more than 20 years and it is hard finding a place that accepts section 8 housing vouchers and finding anything on short notice is almost impossible. tenants and their advocates say the problem affects the entire bay area. >> everything is waiting list. some are three years, some are five years. no availability. i mean, nothing. >> of course landlords have rights. but i think we need to have a balance with human rights and find out a way in the bay area to come to a solution. >> now, the complex owner wants to replace the apartments with 220 townhomes that can be sold. we haven't been able to get a reaction directly from the owner of sunny hills
apartments. the moratorium is in effect for 45 days and may be extended to ten months. the investigation into russia's alleged interference in the presidential election is taking center stage today. right now in washington, you're looking at jay johnson. he is the former secretary of homeland security under president obama. he is testifying right now before the house intelligence committee. again, these are live pictures. jay johnson served under president obama and his testimony focuses on how cyber attacks will get worse before they get better. he's also talking about russia's efforts to meddle in the 2016 u.s. presidential election. back here at home, happening today in petaluma, the sonoma marin fair kicks off at the fairgrounds. the theme this year is great
egg-spectation. foods, carnival rides and contests. and then on friday, the fair will host the world's ugliest dog competition. the fair runs through sunday, june 25th. well, it is officially the first day of summer. >> yes. >> although it felt like the first week or two of summer. it will be a hot one again today. how to stay safe during the heat wave while using less electricity at the same time. also giving tasers to san francisco police officers. that issue is up for consideration again. we will have more on how the debate has changed interest earlier -- from earlier conversations. still slow traffic in many areas. things are improving somewhat. this is a look at westbound 92. looks okay heading out to the highrise. bigger fog bank today although some is burning off. today looks cooler. tomorrow looks hotter.
>> dublin has the first cooling center to open in the east bay. preparing for another hot day. but pg&e is worried it may break a record. that story is coming up. >> reporter: plus, protesters take over a berkeley city council meeting that stretches into the early morning hours. we will tell you about the vote to continue taking part in a controversial police training program. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning, everyone. welcome back to mornings on 2. it is wednesday, june 21st. i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong in for gasia mikaelian. let's check your weather and traffic. steve, i know you said it will be warm. as long as the nights are cool,
i feel like i can handle it. >> it is almost a victory. mike, how are you. >> great. slept great. i'll tell a quick story. windows were open and had the breeze you were talking about going through the room all evening. >> you and 100 viewers have said the same thing. >> good. >> tomorrow may be a different story. >> come on. you're raining on my pool parade. >> claudine. rattling my pots and pans, that girl. good morning, sp. good morning. the dogs are totally cool with the fog. i've heard that too from a number of viewers. our dogs were not panting like they usually do. they enjoy the cool as well. good fog towards santa cruz and monterey. you see the circulation. that has enhanced the fog and produced drizzle. some of that made it out to prunedale. how about that? prunedale gets a shoutout. this close to saying 95.
it is tough to school down in this heat. 60s, 70s and 80s coast and bay. there is a breeze. not crazy but it is there. temperatures are slower to warm up compared to the last couple of days. one to seven degrees cooler compared to 24 hours ago. there you go. there's the fog. that's why we're getting a cooler pattern today. it will burn off. 50s on the temps. boulder creek 54. finally 60s in campbell. cupertino, san jose state. yesterday they were much warmer than that. i penciled in 100s. antiokay will be hot out there. others may be a couple degrees cooler. sal, i have been so immersed in my weather world today that i haven't heard a word that you said except for highway 92. >> that continues to be the worst problem that we have. >> okay. >> unfortunately it hasn't cleared up enough for me to stop talking about it.
sometimes when accidents go away, things clear up. this one has one-way traffic control. we will start on highway 92. if you look at the road sensors, you can see how red they are. this caused ma i jordan to the commute coming out of half moon bay and the area. i'm going to get rid of this and this for a second and pull back on the map to show you how slow it is. if you are driving out of half moon bay, you may want to go down to highway 84. i would not recommend using highway 92. you will be stuck there for a long time. that is the worst area in the bay area right now. my maps don't seem to be working. i may have to manually switch this and go to 280 in san jose. that looks okay. the south bay commute looks better. no major issues driving through there. the bay bridge commute is improving.
at 8:03, let's go back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. opponents of a controversial police training program will hold a protest in berkeley this morning. they disrupted a city council meeting. alex savidge is joining us live from berkeley this morning. alex, you learned new information about arrests made last night. >> reporter: i sure did, mike. i just got off of the phone with a representative of the berkeley police department. two protesters were arrested for disrupting the city council meeting. they did so after the council voted to have the police department continue taking part in that controversial urban shield program for at least one more year.
and this was the scene at the council meeting last night. demonstrators took to the stage holding a stop urban shield banner. this video was bought by eugene booth. police moved in and cleared the auditorium at long fellow middle school. that's where the meeting was being held because of the size of the crowd on hand. protesters were pushing to have the berkeley police department stop taking part in the annual training program. now, police for their part say it is critical training to learn how to respond to events like mass shootings and terror attacks. but critics say it enables police to use military-style tactics which target minority communities. >> berkeley is a city that prides itself to be a sanctuary city and is a leader in racial justice. urban shield is a program that
reinforces the military of the police and it creates a situation where people don't trust the police. >> reporter: again, the city council early this morning voted in favor of having the berkeley police department continue taking part in urban shield for one more year. but city leaders, as part of this vote, will be reevaluating whether the department should continue participating in the program on a long-term basis. also this morning, there still are questions that remain about whether the vote last night will in fact stand. one city counsel sell member told our crew last night that they were uncertain whether the vote in fact was official because of the disruption at last night's meeting. again, we're outside of berkeley city hall this morning where anti-urban shield protesters are beginning to gather this morning. again, trying to make their voices heard after the controversial vote last night by the city council. >> did that spokesperson that you spoke to say they have will extra forces out there today
watching the protesters. >> reporter: no, we certainly didn't get that sense. although, you know, the berkeley police department not far away. that certainly wouldn't be hard for them to keep an eye on things. >> thank you, alex. the san francisco police commission will reexamine the issue of arming officers with stun guns. they will discuss if they are an effective device in ending violence situations. san francisco is one of the largest police departments in the country that does not allow officers to carry the stun guns. commissioners tell the chronicle they will not vote on the issue until after several public meetings. our question of the day. 87% said yes. 13% say no. let us know what you think by voting on our ktvu twitter page and comment on our facebook page. the alameda county district attorney is launching a new gun
safety program today called ask or asking saves kids. it encourages parents to ask if there is an unlocked gun where their children is going to play. according to the district attorney's office, 1.7 million children across the u.s. live in a home with loaded and unlocked gun and each year thousands are killed or injured as a result, the heat wave continues for parts of the bay area. this is day four of hot temperatures around the bay area and other parts of california. people looking for ways to cool off as temperatures hit some triple digits in certain places. leigh martinez was checking in at cooling stations in the east bay that is seeing brisk business with the hottest days still ahead. >> reporter: dublin has the first cooling center to open in the east bay. it is running the air- conditioning system. but homeowners are being urged to conserve their energy usage at home to not overload the power system and cause power
outages. pg&e says yesterday evening, 12,000 people were without electricity in the bay area. livermore residents even told us that the wal-mart and target in town were without power. cal iso issued the flex alert, hoping to avoid blackouts by asking people to conserve between 2:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. livermore parents yesterday tried to do just that. they left their hot house and came to the livermore fountain park. but they say complying with cal iso recommendations is hard with two little ones to care for. dublin's community center dubs as a cooling center. it had a steady stream of visitors monday and tuesday. >> i think a lot of people, especially during the week, like on monday when it was super, super hot, people walk in the center just to cool off. the air-conditioning is on all the time. >> reporter: california's power grid has added 2,000 mega watts
of solar power. but the grid is aging and can get overloaded on extremely hot days. california's power grid has added 2,000 mega watts of solar power but it can get overloaded on extremely hot days. there are cooling centers in san ramon. five are opening today, all various times. and on twitter, everyone is talking about the hot weather. we seen saw one funny post from a guy that says here is a fun drinking game. take a shot of water every couple of minutes to make sure that you're healthy and hydrated. leigh martinez, ktvu fox 2 news. look what the weather is doing to some bay area sidewalks. this happens when the concrete gets so hot that it expands. when there is not enough room for it to go where it is, it has to go somewhere, so it
tilts upwards. bad news for homeowners. homeowners are responsible for maintaining the sidewalks on their property. and you can track this heat wave as it intensifies by downloading our weather app. we will also have the latest for you on ktvu.com and on our social media pages. all right. uber's ceo is officially out. coming up in 20 minutes, what we're learning about the resignation of kalanick following a string of scandals with the company. all eyes on the glove coast this morning as communities brace for tropical storm cindy's impact. what you need to know if you have a trip scheduled to visit between texas and florida.
>> all right. we have a developing story right now out of flint, michigan. live pictures from a news chopper there over the scene of bishop airport. it has been evacuated after what we have been told where a police officer was stabbed. we lost that signal and we will try to reestablish that with the chopper. the condition of the officer is not yet known. now the airport tweeted that all travelers are safe and that they have been evacuated. people with flights to the airport are being told to check the status of course before heading off to the airport. as we give you this wide picture, a live picture of bishop airport. we will continue to follow this story and bring you the latest
information as soon as it becomes available. back here in the bay area, we have more information about a bitter custody dispute that ended with the father killing his two young children and taking his own life. there was a new custody arrangement agreed upon last week. however the mother called authorities five times in three days to report arguments with her estranged husband. she also expressed concern about the safety of her children who he was watching at the time. she says he called and texted her in anger last saturday accusing her of an affair. police went by the house and told him to stop harassing his ex-wife. >> there was no indication whatsoever that he was a danger to himself or a danger to the children. >> on monday morning, 6-year- old juliana and julia were found dead inside of the home. he had also taken his own life.
connie wrote, i sought help on numerous occasions and said many, many, many time that's my children were in danger in their father's care. the statement ends with her saying i didn't receive the urgent help i needed to save them. all right. the time is 8:16. if you have a trip planned to the gulf coast in the coming days, be prepared for wind, rain and flooding from texas to florida. tropical storm cindy is expected to make landfall later today. steve alexander has the latest from dolphin island. >> reporter: this is a resort community south of mobile, alabama where tropical storm cindy has shown her furry. you can see how high the waves are. pounding the beach. authorities have said don't get in the water and a lot of people are listening. you can see just how high those waves are and how strong the waves are. the wind picking up as well.
already starting to cause some flooding here. along the beaches. causing flooding along some of the area roadways as well. but of course the story is the surf and the rain that we've been having. right now we have a break from the rain. that will help a little bit with the street flooding. you can see the power of the waves and how strong the waves are and the wind picking up. we should mention this is a busy time of the year where people come down to the island to spend some time at the condos here. we talked to a lot of people. they say they won't let the storm bother them. report the from dolphin island, i'm steve alexander. in the meantime at least ten people on a united flight suffered injuries as the plane hit turbulence yesterday. during a flight from panama to houston. the f.a.a. says the jet encountered problems 80 miles east of cancun and satellites showed rough air in the area in
the wake of tropical storm cindy. the jet landed safely but multiple people had to be transport today hospitals. the wednesday morning commute well underway. let's check in with sal. >> mike, welcome back. >> thank you. >> one-day hiatus. >> there you go. >> now you are back. we have traffic that is better than it was yesterday for a lot of people. not if you're in half moon bay. if you're trying to get out or trying to get into half moon bay, i would not recommend using 92 -- highway 92. in fact i went too far with the maps. i would not recommend using highway 92 at all getting into half moon bay. and that's because of a head-on collision that happened about an hour ago. maybe almost an hour and a half ago. they have one-way traffic control. traffic is backed up on eastbound 92. and westbound heading over towards the ocean is a mess also. as you drive on 92 from at least 280 and all of the ramps
getting to it. i would not recommend it. looking at the south basil con valley commute. a lot of slow traffic here on 85, 280 and 101, which is not unusual. we haven't had a lot of crashes though along the stretch. we're looking at the san mateo bridge on westbound 92 heading out from hayward. busy crossing the bay. at the macarthur maze, it will take you 31 minutes to drive from the carquinez bridge to the maze. yesterday it was taking double the time. a better commute there. at the bay bay, 20 to 25 minutes before you get on to the span. at 8:19 let's bring -- at the bay bridge toll plaza, 20 to 25 minutes before you get on to the span. at 8:19, let's bring in steve with the weather. >> thank you, sal. >> you're welcome. >> first foggy morning in a long time says brad. feels so good. claudine, some people agree
with you. >> i'm moving to napa. >> what is wrong with that. >> absolutely nothing. >> what is going on, steve? how come we're getting cooler lows and we have this little fog? it is hard to see here. but on your big high def tv, it is going right over us. that's the reason why. there is still warm air aloft. you get up to 1500 to 3,000 feet and find 75 to 80 degree temps. that will make it down to the surface for some. this spin in the atmosphere, trigger, if you will, increases the fog, low clouds. coming in behind that will probably be a northerly breeze. starting to see that on parts of the sonoma coast. all the way down to san mateo, you see the drizzle. because of the spin in the atmosphere, our lows are running cooler. one to seven degrees compared to 24 hours ago. you combine that with the lows
and that will translate to most locations cooling down today. tomorrow works warm to hot. after that, things start to change. 60s, 70s and 80s. a huge difference in a lot of the temps. fairfield said that's it. we're going to sleep. the breeze is still there but not strong. 50s, 60s, and 70s for some. not as warp as we were yesterday at this time. for some it will be slow to burn off and head back to the coast. this fog should start to lose ground later on. even down to southern california you can see 40s and 50s on the water temps. still cold. 50s and 60s, kellyville up to 78. it's going to be blazing hot down on the desert. tomorrow we warm it up. i wanted to go 95 for livermore. i'll stay with the parley line for now. such a fine line. after tomorrow, cooler weather on the way for the weekend.
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the b.a.r.t. station. if approved, the city would have to move the fire department training facility. but the mayor says it would be an extraordinary benefit for san jose, including millions in tax revenue. >> google understands and they're not asking for public subsidy and we're not offering one. >> the project could bring up to 20,000 jobs to the area and 2500 new housing units. housing advocates are concerned how home prices and traffic will be affected by the project. a consumer watch dog group says the popular fidget spinners are not as harmless as they might appear. spinners are still on its annual list of unsafe summer play things. it will address spinners and other items later today when it presents the list. it highlights potentially hazardous items to avoid. last week authorities in germany said they will destroy gadgets found by customs agents. parts can fall off and pose
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>> welcome back to mornings on 2. it is wednesday, june 21st. the first full day of summer. i'm claudine wong, in for gasia mikaelian. >> good morning. i'm mike mibach. let's check in with steve on this first official day of summer. it has felt like summer for quite a while. >> sunday felt like we were on the edge of the sun.
the summer solstice was last night. we've been in a warm pattern for most since about a week ago. there is a big fog bank this morning. however it is getting eroded from north to south. a spin in the atmosphere came through and enhanced the fog a little bit and ushered in cooler temps overnight. i put that out to the facebook observers. what do you think, is it cooler where you are? 160 of you responded? 159 said yes, it is cooler. that includes areas from willis to cloverdale and down to gilroy. west/southwest. not a roaring breeze but there is a little breeze. 50s, 60, 70s. a north breeze coming down behind the system. eventually that will win out. sometimes it sticks and stays on the san mateo coast there. if you have fog, certainly north of the golden gate, that will get chewed up in the next hour or two.
maybe a little respite or a lull for many. and warmer tomorrow. 60s for some. 70s already for others. we are warming up quick. it will be slightly cooler today. then after that, we can finally say we can kick the high out of here. big difference on the temps. want to start on 92 or somewhere else, sal. >> we're starting on the bay bridge this time because there is a motorcycle, accident or stall or something going on westbound just before fremont street in the far left lane. we caught it your our cameras here. there is also a transit bus with a bunch of tow trucks behind it. that left lane is closed off and traffic is beginning to back up on the bridge itself. as a matter of fact, as soon as you get to treasure island, you will notice stop and go traffic. this will put more traffic on the bridge itself and more traffic at the toll plaza as it begins to slow the metering lights down. it is a shame too because we were getting lighter. now if you look at the bay bridge traffic there at the
toll plaza, it is barely moving. pretty soon it will be full and a bigger backup. if you want to use the san mateo bridge, that looks okay heading over to the peninsula. you talked about highway 92 at 35. we had an earlier head-on collision. still cleaning it up. although cars are getting through. very slow out of half moon bay either going in or getting out really on 92. i would avoid it if you can on 92. 8:32. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. people still are looking for ways to cool off. that means a lot of air conditioners are running at full power around the clock. the agency that operates the power grid has called a flex alert and asked people to cut back on electricity today and tonight. people say they will find a way to help out. >> trying not to run the dishwasher, the washing machine or drier. >> we used a little bit of ac in one room that cooled a bunch of rooms and a fan.
that was effective. >> other folks are going to cooling centers set up by a number of cities. some of them opened 30 minutes ago. the weather will determine how late they will stay open tonight. we could see more flight delays and cancellations in phoenix because of record- breaking hit. 50 were canceled yesterday because the temperatures hovered around 120 degrees. >> the temperatures result in decreased air density. that translates to reduced engine performance. and also reduced -- longer takeoff runs and landing distances. those all impact flight operations. >> at least one airline, american airlines, does not expect any more issues today. not much movement overnight regarding a wildfire burning near big bear. it started in the san bernardino national forest in
southern california. officials announced this morning that the fire had burned 1200 ache ares which was the -- acres which was the same as last night. 10% contained. they are dealing with temperatures nearing 90 degrees and 20 miles per hour wind gusts. of course don't forget to download the ktvu app for the aletters in your neighborhood. we will have the latest for you on ktvu.com and the social media pages. we are learning more about the resignation of uber's ceo kalanick. allie rasmus has more on the challenges ahead for the ride sharing company. it appears that the long-time ceo was driven out. he wasn't given much choice. >> yeah. a group of investors forced him to step down. they handed him a letter requesting that he step down. and he did last night. in a statement shortly afterwards, kalanick said, quote, i love uber more than anything in the world. at this difficult moment in my
personal life, i have accepted the investors' request to step aside to start building rather than be distracted by another fight. the board praised the move saying that kalanick always put uber first and his stepping down as chief executive will give the company to fully embrace the new chapter in history. scandals about sexual harassment and bullying have dogged the ride sharing company for months. last week, eric holder released a report about the workplace culture of uber. one of the recommendations is that uber make changes to its senior leadership. other challenges that the company is facing, it does not have a chief financial officer or a chief operating officer. there are concern below zero a void in the leadership of the company right now. it is been run by a team of 14 executives. it is also facing a lawsuit
from alphabet about stealing self-driving car technology. kalanick helped launch uber back in 2009. since then it has grown into a $70 billion company. kalanick will remain on the board of directors. so far no word on who might replace him as ceo. but the search is underway right now. claudine. >> we will have to keep an eye on that. thank you for the update. 8:36 on the clock. uber is rolling out changes even without a ceo in place. customers can tip drivers using the built-in app. the company will not take any of that money but it will still collect part of ride cancellation fees as well as the waiting time charges. a manager with the company says this is part of an effort to recast itself as a company with a conscience and heart. over the years, the company has come under fire for the
questionable business practices. republicans are celebrating after holding on to a congressional seat in georgia. handle beat ossoff by a comfortable 5 percentage points in the special election. many democrats looked at this race than more than a seat in the house that has been held by republicans since 179. it was considered a possible referendum on president trump. it brought in donations totaling $50 million across the country, making it the most expensive congressional rate in u.s. history. the republicans have won all four special elections this spring. brian will join us in the next hour to discuss more on the impact of the big republican win. new this morning, prince phillip has been admitted to a hospital in london. he is being treated for an infection that resulted from a, quote, preexisting condition. prince phillip who is also known as the duke of edenberg is the statement of queen
elizabeth ii. buckingham palace says this is a precautionary move but he is disappointed that he is missing two important events today, the state opening of parliament and the royal horse races. there are new details about the shooting last week during a congressional baseball practice in alexandria, virginia. the dead gunman had a list in his pocket with a list of six members of congress on it and the search of his home computer included two members of congress. the fbi is not say who the members were. the shooter, hodgkinson, acted alone and did not have any ties to terrorism. representative steve scalise was wounded in the shooting and has undergone several surgeries and remains hospitalized in serious conditions. belgium security forces raided a neighborhood that is home to immigrant groups linked to previous terror attacks. authorities identified him as a
36-year-old man from morocco. they are not releasing his name. he tried to detonate a suitcase filled with nails and gas canisters. that suitcase fail today fully explode. it did however create a fireball. the attacker then charged at security guards while shouting in arabic god is great. soldiers shot and killed him. no one else was hurt. >> we were told to stay inside of the shop. they blocked all of the entrances and two soldiers came in. they secured the perimeter. we were in the back of the shop and asked to remain calm. >> investigators say the attacker was not known to them for being involved in terror activities. authorities declined to sigh if he had a criminal record. the university of virginia held a vigil for otto warmbier, the student who died on monday after being held in north korea for more than a year. the 22-year-old was supposed to have graduated this year. he was arrested while in north korea in january of last year
and accused of stealing a political sign and sentenced to 15 years of hard lake. he died less than a week after being released. doctors say he suffered from extensive brain damage. his family objected to a autopsy which leaves the official cause of death a mystery. financial relief for the city of east palo alto. up next, what facebook founder mark zuckerberg's wife is doing to help with a water shortage and affordable housing prices. we have a crash on the bay bridge. this is westbound before the harrison street exit. you can see medic vehicles, a bus and a motorcycle there along with several emergency vehicles and traffic is quickly stacking up on the bay bridge. a much bigger fog bank and cooler temps this morning. there is a north wind coming down the coast, eroding the coast. especially off of the mendocino and sonoma coast. we will look at the wednesday temps coming up.
million for transferring a million gallons of water a day to east palo alto. the city halted development projects last summer until more water could be achieved for that construction project over there. the projects that were put on hold included a school and affordable housing project. low income residents at one apartment complex have more time to stay in their homes there. was a hold put on the request of the own tore tear down the complex. some tenants have been there for more than 20 years. it is hard to find a place that accepts section 8 housing vouchers and find anything available on short notice is nearly impossible. tenants and advocates say the possible affects the entire bay area. >> everything is waiting list. some are three years, some are five years. no availability. i mean, nothing. >> of course landlords have rights. but i think we need to have a balance with human rights and find a way in the bay area to
come to a solution. >> the property owner wants to replace the apartments with 220 townhome that's can be sold. we haven't gotten a reaction from the owner of the sunny hills apartment. the moratorium is in effect for 45 days but could be extended to ten months. airbnb wants to help ref views coming to the united states. they welcome refugees to the u.s. and make a smooth transition to life in the country. 450 people have signed up for their homes to be used for free by refugees, including 143 in the bay area. >> we have created this wonderful simple platform to book trips for travelers from all over the world. and we realize there is this amazing global community. we can put our platform and community together to help solve the global refugee crisis. crisis. >> the program's goal is to
help 100,000 people in need of housing over the next five years. well, there was a special meeting between the pope and the nfl this morning. the nfl hall of fame sent a group of football legends to the vatican this morning, including former 49er and raider ronnie lott. the pope gave a speech to the group, urging them to bring the values of team work and fair play to the community to build a, quote, culture of encounter. he then joked he is an avid football fan but more the argentina kind. the representatives then presented him with a signed golden helmet and a jersey before leaving. the time is now 8:46. time to head out to sal castaneda for a check of our roads. let's hope that things are a little smooth out there for folks. >> well, on the coast, it is a little bit slow getting out of half moon bay, claudine and mike. >> yeah. >> but on the bridge, we have a motorcycle accident on the span. we have a picture of it, a live picture westbound. i see a couple of paramedic firefighters there and the motorcyclist down.
also the buses there. traffic will be slow. but the left lane is taken away. fire and medics arrived 15 minutes ago. this has been up there for 25 to 30 minutes. and you will see traffic beginning to slow down, not only here on this side of the bridge, but also look at the traffic on the other side of the bridge. westbound coming through to the island. and that means they will slow the metering lights down. if you're trying to get into san francisco, suddenly it was beginning to get light. now it will be a 30-minute did he lay at least -- delay because the metering lights are on extra slow getting on to the bridge. i would suggest an alternate route or take b.a.r.t. b.a.r.t. has had minor delays but no major delays this morning. san mateo bridge is also an option. we still have slow traffic on 92 eastbound. getting out of half moon bay and westbound because of an earlier accident at upper skyline. you can see how slow it is. you may want to consider alternate routes there.
traffic in the east bay for the most part is slow in concord and walnut creek. slow in oakland on northbound 880 and 580 westbound. let's bring in steve with today's forecast. >> thank you, sal. a good fog bank this morning. it is eroding north to south off of the mendocino coast and part ofs of the so gnome -- and parts of the sonoma coast. talk about micro climates. here in lake county, i'm forecasting high temps anywhere between 99 and 106. what is a girl to do? well, you do the same thing that a guy would do. you go about 95 to 110 and you will be fine, chloe. that's what you do. she is giving me grief, sarcasm there. the fog bank is getting chewed up. but not the -- the coolness is done. much cooler this morning compared to 24 hours ago for everybody. 50s to 70s already.
but more 50s this morning than i saw in a long time. fog will fill in. watch in the last few frames here. right there. that was solid in parts of the mendocino coast. now it is starting to get chewed up. eventually the north wind will win out. high pressure will kick it out of here. maybe around monterey bay it will stick around longer for most. possible thunderstorms could pop up again. one more day here. now, again, i wanted to drop these about three to four degrees. coast and bay, 60s and 70s. it will be sunny for everybody eventually. cooler start on the temps. tomorrow will be warmer. no doubt about it. that looks to be the hottest day. probably not sunday hot but still toasty. after that, mike -- >> shut it down for a little bit. >> we start to cool things down. >> at least through the rest of the month. >> it looks -- next week looks normal. >> normal. thanks, steve. >> you bet. an east bay teacher shot and killed.
>> students at oakland skyline high school gather today mourn the loss of a popular pe teacher who what's shot and -- who was shot and killed over the weekend. family and friends and students attended the memorial to remember the teacher. he was a 31 years old and the father of a 2-year-old daughter. he was with a group of people in san francisco sunday when he was killed. police are not saying much about what happened. witnesses say that he was trying to act as a peace maker during a confrontation when he was shot. skyline high students say he had the rare gift of being able to connect with them. >> he was always happy. he always had a smile on his face. >> he talked to teenagers like a teenager would talk to another one. so that's why all teens would bond with him. because he was that hype
teacher, like that cool teacher. >> a gofundme page has been established for his daughter. skyline high is dedicating the upcoming football season to him. we are learning more about the man who was shot by a chp officer on the bay bridge sunday morning. he was identified as jose of fresno. he was driving a red cadillac towards chp officers at the scene of a crash. that prommed one of the saves to open fire. he was taken to the hospital and then booked into jail on suspicion of assaulting peace officers and driving under the influence. the shooting shut down all eastbound lanes of the bridge for five hours again on sunday. a long debated plan to expand the west county detention center in richmond appears to be moving forward. yesterday contra costa county supervisors voted 4-1 for a new building. the state promised $70 million for the project. it will be used for a mental health facility for inmates. many critics in the community have opposed to the project for
a long time. he says the money should be used for community services instead of expanding the jail. we're hearing now from the good samaritans who came to the aid of a chp officer being attacked saturday in american canyon. can canyon. >> he punched her, hit her repeatedly, beat her to the ground and started stomping here. >> joel jones and his wife say they were driving by when they saw the chp officer getting bet inby a driver she had just pulled over. gary was accused of ramming two vehicles on 80. jones and another good samaritan stopped to help the officer and they held the suspect until other officers arrived on the scene. >> i'm no hero. i'm a servant. i'm no hero, no more than anybody else. >> we're not super rehoes -- superheros. when it comes to helping out, let's do this. >> the suspect appeared in court yesterday on assault and
battery charges against an officer. the chp officer suffered moderate injuries and treated and released from the hospital but has not yet returned to duty. a controversial ban approved in san francisco. up next, what we are learning about the board of supervisors vote on the sale of flavored tobacco products, including menthol cigarettes.
>> in san francisco, supervisors unanimously approved banning businesses from selling flavored tobacco products. supervisor cohen sponsored the legislation. that ban takes effect next april. and only bans the sale of flavored tobacco products in the city. you can still use the products. happening now, the homeland security secretary under president obama is testifying that russia hacked into u.s.
election systems. jay johnson telling the house committee that moscow tried to meddle in the presidential election with a coordinated cyber attack, including breaking into democratic computer systems. however republican lawmakers feel that johnson on why the national committee rejected homeland security offers to help them after they were hacked. a homeland security official says the russian government tried to hack computer systems in 21 different states. the first type of computer that apple ever made sold at auction for $355,000. an anonymous person bought the apple one computer at the auction in new york. it debuted back in 1976. previous auctions have seen that computer sell for almost $1 million. it is believed that only 50 of these original macs exist. ist. and happening today in petaluma, the marin fair kicks off at the fairgrounds.
this year's theme is great egg- spectation. you will have carnival rides and music. this year's musical line-up includes tower of power and lover boy. and the ugliest dog competition will be held on saturday. it runs through sunday, june 25th. today is the fourth international yoga day. it was marked with 50,000 people in india doing yoga together, despite the rainstorm. it was led by the prime minister. california is marking the event as well. it raises awareness about the benefits of yolk a he is the first indian-american to serve in the state legislature. prepare yourself to see a flood of selfies on social media today. it is national selfie day.
painters like divinci had pictures of themselves it is not sure when the first selfie was taken. but it is believed to be in 2002. >> there you go. if i was flying a 737 going at 10,000 feet, i would turn this song up louder. i would call it my official takeoff song. i'm not trying to encourage pilots. >> use this version instead of the dead version. >> i like the classic. hello to everyone down in san jose. monterey bay, if you're