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. this is mornings on 2. weekend. >> well good foreign welcome to mornings on -- good morning to you. welcome to mornings on 2. i am clawed even wong. >> weather is hot and in a word i guess we -- claudine wong. >> weather is hot and in a word i guess we could say. we are going back to the scene of massive fire in oakland. remember this yesterday morning. it's been a little over 24 hours now and we have a couple of issues that we are still watching at this hour. >> yep, we are hearing from the crews putting water on the site. we will talk about that and the investigation, and what they are doing to make that site safe. we will check in in few minutes it's been a difficult time for those evacuated from the area. >> some who stayed in shelters says it's unclear what is next for them and when they can get back into their homes and
apartments. so the latest on the fire coming up. and we are learning more about a incident aboard a delta flight that actually injured a flight attendant. we have new photos and we will talk about the man behind bars this morning, but first, if you are waking up and thinking,. >> wow it's hot. >> wow, it's hot. it's going to cool down today. there's been a little change. >> a smidge. >> i got in my car and it was 70 degrees. and i was thinking shouldn't it be cooler if we are having a cool down? >> yes. sometimes the inland areas are waving up relatively warm well into the 70s and a few low 70s at this hour. and, yes, we are with the heat that will continue for one more day. but look at that fabulous view. >> that's gorgeous. >> clear skies from the coast around the bay and inland. kind of clear skies. you are hoping to have on tuesday when we were fighting off the fog and hoping to see the fireworks. yes, beautiful weather to start the day. and for some, this might actually be the nicest part of the day. 67 degrees at this hour in
livermore. 68 for san jose. we have oakland at 64. and san francisco, a cool start for you. a nice 60 degrees and santa rosa a nice 59. take a look at the 24-7b hour temperature change. temperatures up by several degrees over yesterday. and yesterday temperatures were up so that gives you an indication of how much warmer it is right now. sfo up by 7 degrees. by 6 in santa rosa. inland communities 5 degrees to start your day. concord and looks like 5 in and along the east bay shoreline as well. storm tracker 2 showing outclear sky. no fog. the onshore breeze is very minimal. localized right at the coast and just inside the bay. that's why the area right in here is going to be comfortable for today. 65 in pacifica. low 70s in san francisco. but you get away from the coast, and that onshore breeze is not going to bring you any relief. we are back to about 100 around concord for today. 101 in antioch. to the north bay 90. and the south bay locations 91
in san jose. we are expected to turn the corner on the heat and bring it down getting into the bay area sunday. i will look at that cooling friend coming up. >> thank you. safety crews are hoping today they can start securing and dismantling a construction crane that spun in the middle of the waging fire. flames wiped out a multimillion dollar housing and retail project under construction near lake merritt. the fire forced hundreds to evacuate their homes. and now it's a day later. investigators still don't know what set off that devastating fire. >> this is a loss for our city and for this region right now. and that's why we are so determined to ensure that we get to the bottom of what caused it. >> oakland mayor says the fire was a blow to the city and the attempts to ease the housing crunch. >> right now an investigation well underway and ktvukristien
kafton reported and he is back at the scene where they are still working it. >> reporter: good morning. absolutely. work still underway here at the scene of the fire. look and you can see crews dumping water on the fire trying to make sure there are not any hot spots. and they don't flare up again. today may be a very busy day with engineers expected to show up to determine how to remove the scaffolding and crane that surrounds the scene. and investigators waiting to get inside to try to figure out how this fire started in the first place. the fire broke out before 4:30 yesterday morning. flames filling the early morning sky. and embers raining down on the surrounding neighborhoods. fire officials say remarkably, no one injured, including the dozens of firefighters who had to battle the massive blaze. now the fire is out, the questions have started. how did this fire start in the first place. it's just the latest in a series of suspicious fires that have struck large apartment
buildings at a critical point in the construction. complete enough to have wooden framing throughout but no sprinkler systems in place. fire officials say they will be working to get to the bottom of it. and they say they are asking for the public's help at this point. >> we are not saying it's suspicious but we are asking anyone with information that may be helpful to come forward and share the information. >> reporter: before investigators can get inside the scene, they have to secure the scene and that means dismantling the crane we watched yesterday as it swung around widely -- wildly for about an hour. the crane is unusable at this point, and in possible danger of collapse. we expect engineers to determine how to take that crane down. and to determine which parts of that building are still structurally sound. as i was out here yesterday, my colleague alex salve inning was on the -- savidge was on a different side of the build and he watched as the walls collapsed and that's something they don't want to deal with
today. you don't want someone inside if something like that were to occur. alameda county arson task force is expected to come out to gint investigation at some point as well as the atf. we will stay on scene to determine what the next course of action is, including how to dismantle the crane and get the investigation underway. >> i know there's a good 400 people that live in the surrounding area. have any of them been able to come back? >> reporter: yeah, you know, some of the people were able to come back yesterday for a little while to collect their belongings. not sure if people are actually back in the building right now. you can see some of the heavy equipment being brought in right now presumably, to begin the process of dismantling some portion of the building to work on the massive crane today. so, a very active scene here. a lot of activity here this morning as crews continue working be a worked throughout the night and -- and worked throughout the night and will likely work throughout the day.
>> thank you. we are talking about the evacuees and we know hundreds living in the area had to evacuate. when you are talking about when they can come back, that's a unknown. red cross opened the shelter at st. vincent depaul center. most evac yews stayed with family, friends or local hotels. while the residents are hoping to go back to their homes today, property managers are telling them it could possibly be longer. some evacuees were overcome with emotion. >> what got you so upset? what are you worried about? >> no place to go. >> you don't want to go to a shelter? >> shelter, 48 hours. after that, where you going to go? >> some residents told us they have renters insurance but don't know if it will comfort expenses if they have to stay at a hotel for several days. we will have more only oakland construction fire in the next
half-hour. you can go to ktvu.com for full reports and more videos of the fire. onto politics now. at 7:08, this morning the g20 summit continues in germany. within the last hour all member nations agreed to paris clooment agreement to be -- climate agreement to be irreviersible and needing action except for united states and president trump after he said the united states will pull out of the agreement if it is not renegotiated. also this morning president trump is promoting a new plan to help women entrepreneurs at the g20 summit. >> the critical investments we are announcing today will advance the economic empowerment of women around the world. empowering women a core value that binds us together. >> president trump's daughter ivanka helped to roll out a initiative called we fi a global bank will provide loans,
technical assistance and guidance, mentorship opportunities for women in developing nations. the president says the united states will commit 50 million to that new program. the highlights of the g20 was the meeting with the russian leader. >> we look forward to a lot of very positive things happening for russia and the united states. >> it was a closed-door meeting yesterday that lasted more than 2 hours. it was scheduled to last for 30 minutes. now at one point the first leady popped in to tell them it was time to wrap it up. secretary of state rex tillerson said the president began the discussion by asking about the meddle in the 2016 election. the russia form minister says the president accepted the claims russia didn't meddle in the electioner. the meeting between the united states and russian leaders went 2 hours instead of a half-hour. last night on the 10:00 news we asked a political somebody -- andively if he was price -- analyst if he was surprise ed by that. >> you think about the meddling
being one thing but syria and north korea and issues all around the world. this is a very troubling time in the world and they have a lot to talk about. >> he went onto say any side of an agreement between the two leaders is a positive sign. >> one of the agreements was cease-fire in syria set to start in less than 12 hours. during the meeting friday trump and putin called for the cease- fire. u.s. officials and the jordanian government which is is involved in the deal say the cease-fire goes into effect at 2:00 this afternoon. the cease-fire in southwest syria is designed to reduce violence in the area near jordan's border. >> we believe russia has a special responsibility. and they have unique leverage over the syrian regime and so we are going to continue to putpressure on them and ask them to do more. >> the state department says the u.s. is open to creating no- fly zones in syriach plan is to see how it works and sit down with russia to discuss those no-
the volvo xc90. the most awarded luxury suv of the century. visit your volvo dealer today and get up to $4,500 in allowances. good morning, to you. giving you a live look there at partly cloudy skies to start the day. we have a little haze in the sky, you may notice. we have a couple fires burning around california, and reports coming our way that last night we had a little bit of drift from one fire over southern california. and now reports in the areas of brentwood where we have another fire burning in some areas. so if you see the haze in the sky it could be it. we have a big heatup coming up. i will look at the numbers
coming up. now the latest on one of the fires. three people are in the hospital this morning after a large grass fire in east bay in antioch. fire broke out around 10 last night along delta bull vard near a apartment complex. officials say 3 people were taken to the hospital. smoke inhalation is the problem there. and four were treated at the scene. police say they believe fireworks likely sparked the fire. new mail carrier was shot on the job yesterday she was in east oakland at bancroft avenue when she was struck in the hip by a stray bullet. she is in stable condition. officials say the carrier was not the target and she is caught in the middle of gunfire. the employee was hired in april and works out of the eastmont station. other carriers got an e-mal alert about the shooting urging them to be cautious while making their rounds. >> i mean, what can we do? it's a job we choose to do, and sometimes it's very dangerous thing they need to get the mail
and the mail has to be delivered so it comes with the job. >> so par, no arrests have been made. oakland police offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to an arrest. opd has not given a description of a suspect. san jose police are investigating a death of a 42 -year-old man as suspicious. police releasing this surveillance video yesterday of a group of men involved in an altercation on june 22nd on south capital avenue south of allen rock avenue. police wouldn't say how the victim died, but he was pronounced dead following the fight. now detectives would like to talk to the five men seen in the footage. coroner has yet to officially determine the cause of death. a bomb threat yesterday at police headquarters in richmond prompted office tors evacuate the air -- officers to evacuatedthe area as precaution. they immediately evacuated the communication center and the police headquarters building and nearby homes. they say dispatchers were able to maintain regular communications during the evacuation. all right. if you are waking up this
morning on this saturday and step outside to say hello, and it's hot. >> hot. >> it's because it is. >> it is. >> and everyone was thinking maybe they would get a break but they will have to wait one more day. >> the models hinted at that sea breeze coming back today. but it looks like it's going to hold off. >> tomorrow for sure? >> look at clawed yen's expression -- claudine's expression. >> it was 09 last night at 8 -- 09 last night at #. >> -- 90 last night at 8. >> it's mid-summer. >> hot summer night. >> and this is what we love. san jose, notice the color in the sky. it's a pretty start to the day. but i tell you what, it's bringing the beautiful color. it's the haze and most of the haze coming in from fires that are burning around the state. giving you a look here as we clear skies from the satellite view from up above. cal fire is reporting some smoke. the winds right now onshore in fairfield, 12 miles per hour. we know that's not strong enough to bring us relief into
the afternoon. so the inland cities will be just as hot as yesterday. winds at the surface are coming from the northwest and west generally. but i want to show you the winds at the higher elevations. we get up into the atmosphere a little bit. notice the winds are coming from the south. we have a fire burning in san luis obispo county and in and around i think western brentwood. so with that smoke drifting into the bay area, we saw it on satellite last night and chances are it's continuing for today. something to be aware of if you have respiratory issues or sensitive to that pollution. and any time of smoke is not good for you as we all know. 62 degrees right now to start the day in san francisco. 64 in oakland. let's talk about some of the numbers that claudine and frank are mentioning. 75 right now in brentwood. 67 in livermore and 69 in concord. some areas never cooled off. we will take off from here with temperatures back into above 100 degrees for st. what lena. 97 for pet lama and novato.
76 in sals leado. closer to the water we have the sea breeze. it's not very strong but enough to keep the areas mild to warm. inside the bay temperatures from the upper 70s in alameda to mid-80s in hayward. upper 80s castro valley and inland it's baking. 100 danville, 102 in brentwood. how about the south bay. 91 in san jose. 96 expected saratoga and a nice warm 79 in santa cruz if you are going there. along the pi nines larks 89 redwood city. 76 in san bruno and a nice 72 for san francisco. here's a look at your extended forecast, we will call for a cool down as we get into sunday. still going to be quite warm inland. but 96 beats 100 degrees. >> any day of the week. >> did we call that a cool down? cooler. >> what is it. >> it's relative. >> 3 or 4 weeks ago 100s across the board. >> yes. so this is the pattern we are used to, right? we spike and bring it back down. one more day and a cooling trend. >> okay.
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people were looking for work. john gains in april and may were also row viceed upward by 47,000. a tesla pant in fremont cranking out model three cars. we looked at production that started yesterday. model 3 billed as the most affordable electric car and the company is hoping it will give sales a boost. other car companies have began investing heavily in self- driving vehicle technology. tesla slipped to number 3 for autonomous vehicles behind ford and gm. >> it's a trend and goes up and goes down. and you know, with the luxury that comes with tesla, too, i do appreciate that in a vehicle. you will pay this much for a car and might as well get one that's nice inside. so. >> the ranking didn't matter to you. >> no i don't think so. >> there's a long wait for the new model 3a customer who buys one today won't see it until august of next year. france is planning to move away from fossil fuels by 2040.
the country that plans to allow only hybrid, electric and other alternative fuel vehicles to be sold in a 5 year plan, the government is going to encourage clean energy, to support lower income families to help them afford buying cleaner cars. that is day after volvo said they would only make fully electric or hybrid cars from 2019 onward. new bar in las vegas and they are ditching the bartenders for robots. the tipsy robot cocktail bear is at the miracle mile shops at planet hollywood. guest order drinks from a wiewter -- computer pap pablet -- tablets and they create them from more than 60 kinds of spirits and mixers. >> vegas is a place you will have it but i wouldn't have thought it would be. >> we have seen it all happening and going on so fast. this was inevitable and it's cool. >> no more heavy pours i guessch the owner plans to expand to other cities but says vegas seems to be the perfect
place to start. these days you are lucky to get a sewed soda and presidentel when you -- pretzel when you travel by air. but a airline is rerei creating the experience. it includes fake champagne. and a big helping of nostalgia. >> reporter: air travel is not what it used to be. crowded terminals and crammed seats have people longing for the golden age of flying. the glamour is coming back to travel. >> enjoy flying at american airlines. >> reporter: guests and passengers dine inside an exact interior represent by cay of a pan am boeing 747 divided in first and now known as business class cabin. the experience is the brain child of anthony, a self- confessed aviation junky and was designed by the aviation themed film production company air hollywood. >> i had a lot of vintage menus from all my days of travel and so i picked rolly what my
favorite one was and i went to a caterer and had them replicate the menu in exact detail. we have vegetarian options because it's 2017. >> reporter: flight ateddants or air stewed -- ateddants or air -- attendants or air steweddard he iss -- stewardess serve. >> it's the most brilliant experience. it really is. if people my haj age, old -- age, old, we live this and went through this, and it's gold. >> the airlines don't do what they used to do. pan am was the best. and they always created the very best service. >> reporter: at 295 dollars for a first class ticket, the pan am experience cost as much as some flights these days but those who have experienced it say, it's well worth stepping
back in time. in los angeles, will carr, fox news. >> wow. how times have changed. haven't they? >> at 295 i would rather jump on southwest and go to vegas and have a robot make me a drink. >> maybe. there's great deals and you are lucky if you can bring a backpack now. >> they charge for everything. >> much less expect. >> you pay for play if you want first class there you go. >> all right. well, from that to trouble in the skies. >> yeah. we are learning more about this wild incident on a delta flight. we have new pictures and details for you. for you. >> reporter: firefighters at the scene of the massive fire in oakland from yesterday. we will tell you what they are planning on investigating today. today.
♪ right now crews are battling three fires near brentwood off deer valley and marsh creek roads. cal fire says they are burning 240 acres. no word of any damage. or any containment numbers. last i heard, it was at zero but we will get ahold of cal fire and see if that changed. but certainly, it will be a hot day today and we will have to keep an eye on that. >> big time hot. going to hit probably 100 degrees in that neck of the woods for the firefighters. it's going to be a long day for they will. welcome back. it's 7:30 i am frank mallicoat
and claudine and let's find out how tough a day it's going to be in brentwood. >> yeah. it's going to be a scorcher. it's going to be hot and very dry out there. and outside our doors, even at this hour, we are seeing a little bit of that smoke drift come our way. looking at san francisco, waking with up hazy skies. we don't have any fog to speak of, but that haze in the sky is expected to remain today. we have been talking about this morning, we have drifts that started moving in last night from the san luis obispo county fire i believed called the alamo fire and we have the one west of brentwood as well. a lot of folks reported seeing it in the sky. the haze that is not the fire. 59 degrees right now in santa rosa. 62 to start your morning in san francisco. 64 in oakland. livermore and san jose upper 60s in the forecast. and air quality is looking moderate. but with that fire smoke in the sky again, just something to be aware of. if you are going to be exercising in the heat this
afternoon, be careful. 6 degrees warmer in napa this morning as well as santa rosa. east bay shore 5 degrees warmer in hayward. and concord, we are 5 degrees warmer. so yesterday, we started with the temperatures up. and we are back up again. and temperatures are going to be quite hot again for today. very similar to yesterday. there's a view from up above and you can see we are without the fog. and we do have the onshore weez. it hasn't gone away completely. but it's very weak. fairfield reporting 12 miles per hour and not expected to pick up for today. so for the afternoon, we have temperatures up the coast very comfortable because we have the onshore breeze. but inland, not going to help us at all. here's some of the upper level winds coming from the south. and, again, talking about the fire in san luis obispo county and the fire in brentwood. so if you are north of any of that, you could see some of the smoke for today. if you are not seeing it just yet. for the afternoon, 60s and 70s at the coast. 70s and 80s around the bay. 90s expected inland and far- reaching areas will get above 100 degrees. i will have a look at the
afternoon highs for today. talk about a cool down coming our way starting tomorrow, coming up. >> thanks rosemary. the arson task force is among the groups investigating the massive fire that wiped out a building unconstruction in oakland. 700 to 900 people living nearby were forced to evacuate from their homes. this is the fourth construction fire for oakland or emeryville in the past year. >> authorities are trying to find out what caused that fire and why it spread so quickly. >> firefighters have been on the scene around the clock. let's gee to kristien kafton. you were one of the first -- christien kafton. you were one of the first on the scene. locks like they are putting water on it. >> reporter: they are. there's a lot of hot spots out here. let's show you the new development. if you look over there, you can see a big crane and heavy equipment being brought in to the scene of the fire.
presum bly to bin the -- presumably to begin the process of taking it of the building. -- out of the building. you can see that the extension ladder with a hose dumping water into the fire. and the reason for that is because if we look further, you can see steam pouring out of the building. an indication there's a lot of hot spots inside the building. remember, we had several floors of material that collapsed down. so there could very well be hot pockets in there. we have watched as crews arrived with that heavy equipment. today may be a very busy day with engineers expected to show up here to determine how to remove the scaffolding and crane. that fire broke out yesterday at around 4:30 in the morning. flames filling the early morning sky and embers raining down on the surrounding neighborhood. city officials say remarkably, nobody injured in this fire, including the dozens of firefighters who had to battle the massive blaze. now the fire is out, the questions have started. how did this fire start in the first place, be a as you said
-- and as you said earlier, it's the latest in series of strange or suspicious fires that have struck large apartment buildings a at critical point in the construction. the point is they are complete enough to have wooden framing throughout and no sprinkler systems in place. fire officials say they will be working hard to get to the bottom of it. >> i am unable to provide any definitive information about the cause of this incident, it certainly is a concern. so moving forward as the investigation continues, i am sure it will reveal information that will be helpful to determine the ultimate cause of the incident. >> reporter: yeah, the firefighter is putting out a call to gather as much information from the public as possible. really before that investigation begins, they have to secure the scene which means dismantling the crane that we watched swing around for a hour yesterday. the crane is unusable at this point and presumably, in danger of collapse. we expect engineers to determine how to bring that crane down and determine what parts of the building are
structurally sound. as we said before, my colleague alex savidge was here as one of the walls came tumbling down as the fire was burning yesterday. so clearly, an unsafe situation for fire crews or even engineers to be inside the building at this point. now, we can tell you that we are expecting alameda county arson stays being force members and members of the atf to show up at some point. we don't know when the official investigation about get underweeway. we know they want to look and determine exactly where the fire started. that may give them a clue as to how it started. first, though, they have to be sure it is safe to go in. that means putting out the hot spots and making sure it is instructually sound for any investigators to go inside what's left of the apartment building. >> christien we have been talking about the hundreds of people evacuated from around the area. some were allowed to go back to get stuff and get back out. what is access like in that neighborhood for people who are
still kind of watching things and wondering? >> reporter: right. so, access is restricted. if we take a look down the street here, you might be able to see there's a police squad car. so for a block in any direction around this building, thr restricting vehicular traffic. there could be some pedestrians who can walk in and out of the scene. they don't want anyone to cross the tape, because remember, although they are stopping short of calling this suspicious, they are treating it as if it's a potential crime scene. so that means they want to keep as many people out as possible. they don't want anybody to get in. possibly contaminating evidence that could be associated with the fire. so they want to restrict access and monitor who comes and goes. >> okay we will keep an eye on things. thanks for that update christien. the fire wiped out building that would have provided much needed housing in the city of oakland. the atlantic based developer says they are in the process of gathering all the facts about the fire but is grateful there
were no injuries. 2 investigates spoke to the property manager of one of the buildings who says his krause feel like they are under attack. >> we live in fear in terror and our neighbors as well. you go around and see how they are. they are afraid of another fire. >> reporter: property manager says friday's flames have become too familiar. he represents 317 lester avenue, one of the now four construction projects destroyed by fire in oakland in the last year. >> this is unusual circumstances. we node to do something about it. >> reporter: friday's alta waverly construction is the latest in what's feared to be a string of arson attacks reigniting the housing crisis development fear antidevelopment acts visits are
taking extreme measures to be heard a year ago in emeryville arson at this construction site and in october, a suspicious fire on lester avenue. then may 13th at the same emeryville construction site a. second arson fire. finally, friday's incident on valdez street. >> oakland is in the middle of a housing crisis. and the loss of these valuable new units only exacerbates that problem. >> reporter: adding fuel to the fire, this photo recirculating on twitter friday. it was snapped after the 2015 freddie gray protest in oakland. a building on 20th and telegraph tagged with the words, if you build it, we will burn it. >> four major construction fires in oakland in the last year, how are you approaching this in the bigger sense? >> we have the alameda county arson investigation task force working alongside the alcohol, tobacco and firearms, atf, and local fire investigator with the oakland fire department. it's a concern to us. and so moving forward as the
investigation continues, i am sure it will reveal information that will be helpful to determine the ultimate cause. >> reporter: until then workers say they will work in fear trying to prevent what they hope won't be a trend. >> security is not enough. >> reporter: would that mean you yourself would cop out and keep a look out? >> can be keep-- keep a look out? >> whatever it takes. >> reporter: the cost is unknown if it's row lated to a arson spree it would not be new. in new york an arsonist torched 7 new homes in 2015 and in san diego, an environmental activist group took responsibility for burning down a housing project almost 15 years ago. candice nguyen ktvu, fox 2 news. and we post more information about the fire -- posted more information about the fire. there's photo gallery showing intensity of the fire and the damage that it caused. a hit-and-run crash that killed two young boys was taken
from the hospital and taken to the jail where he was boxed on murder charges. he was escorted into the jail last night. he is wearing the hospital gown there. he was arraigned on murder charges from his hospital bed on thursday. wilson is accused of crashing his car into an suv last friday and running from the scene. two brothers were 5 and 10 years old were killed in the crash. their 3-month-old brother is in critical condition. a $50,000 dollar reward is offered for infection lead together arrest of a person who killed a 20-year-old college student playing pokemon go last year. he was a baseball player at sierra high and delta col neglect stockston. he was playing pokemon go when he was shot before 10 p.m. on august 6th of last year. officials have released a skep of the suspect saying he may have left the scene in a white toyota avalon. new sur veil abs video -- surveillance video showing a man stealing a truck in martinez at a parking lot of
contracosta electric on howe road. the video shows a man looking around a locked parking lot. there he is on the right. carefully backing through the gate, he tries to start one of the trucks in the lot and he is sus suck fell and driving -- successful and drives away. if you recognize the man in the video, martinez police want to hear from you. an investigation continues after a plane crash landed in vacaville. eye took off yesterday from the nut tree airport in vacaville. a witness says he heard the engine sputtering. the pilot didn't have any time to reach nearby highway 505. so the interstate shall crash landed in the -- so he crash landed in the field. the plane is reggered to to david baxter and he says he is lucky to survive and he said he did what needed to be done. >> did i what i had to do. that's what pilot do right? that's what we are trained to do and what we did. >> he did a great thing by being able to stay away from the homes and avoiding further
damage or injury to other folks. >> the ntsb taking over the investigation and will try to learn what caused the plane to lose power mid-flight. a grandmother in san diego is recovering after she drove her truck right into a pool. a man working nearby heard the commotion and jumped into action and breaking a window out of the truck and pulled the driver out of the water. there's the truck in the pool. the 68-year-old was taken to local hospital with a few cuts and bruises burks should be okay. not -- but should be okay. not clear what caused her to lose control and take the vehicle into the pool. we are learning more about the flight attendant assaulted on the delta flight. the damage inside the flight is shown. the food and broken glass all that stuff scattered. this happened after a man tried to open an exit door. he is identified as 23-year-old joseph daniel hudack from tampa, florida. investigators say he punched at least two people in the face including the flight attendant.
he was stopped by-pass jers who held him with zip tie restraints. he remains in jail this morning. >> wow. coming up, it's rez trump versus -- president trump versus president putin. details on the meeting the world was watching at the g20 summit in germany. more on that coming up. >> and they battled through the smoke to make sure everyone inside the burning building got out safely. the san francisco police officers who went above and beyond the call of duty saving lives. [ crickets chirping ] [ light music playing ] you've wished upon it all year, and now it's finally here. the mercedes-benz summer event is back,
and i am a senior public safety my namspecialist for pg&e. my job is to help educate our first responders on how to deal with natural gas and electric emergencies. everyday when we go to work we want everyone to work safely and come home safely. i live right here in auburn, i absolutely love this community. once i moved here i didn't want to live anywhere else. i love that people in this community are willing to come together to make a difference for other people's lives. together, we're building a better california. good morning. happy saturday bay area. give giving you a live look at mount diablo. mostly clear skies to start the day. temperatures as hot as where we
landed yesterday. i will have look at what to expect for today. and the cooling trend that will follow coming up. all right thanks rosemary. three san francisco police officers are being called heroes for rescuing more than dozen people from a burning building in the castro weekend. >> it happened during pride weekend and we have cell phone video showing the officers' bravery. >> reporter: you can barely see officer through black smoke he's climbs out a second story window of a hair salon to try to put out a balcony fire. >> we didn't think much of it. we went into the building to help. >> reporter: fellow officer holds him by the waist as he tries to swellch the flames with a extinguisher. >> i was holding him and watching the smoke got worse and it got darker. >> reporter: when another officer knew they had togettyone out. >> i was finishing up a client's haircut and started to
smell smoke. >> reporter: michael was working at the salon. >> all the cops come running up stairs and says get out of the building now. >> reporter: it was saturday afternoon, gay pride celebrations were about to go full swing in the castro neighborhood. be a what started as a -- and what started as a small barbeque fire grew. >> it spread. >> reporter: they realized the entrance to the burning building was not here, but rather, all the way down the sidewalk and around the corner to this gate. >> somebody came banging on the doors really loudly. >> reporter: the three officers evacuated a dozen people from the burning building. firefighters arrived within minutes and put out the flames. >> i know it's probably a very dangerous situation, but there's people in there. and so we took off running. i mean our main priority is get people off safely. >> reporter: people here say the police officers went above and beyond their call. >> i appreciate. >> i am grateful for the police department. >> our job to help the citizens to protect them and they were danger and we did our job. >> we had a couple people that
came out and say we want to thank you for helping out and watching our backs and so it really does -- even the little words, it goes a long ways. >> reporter: in san francisco terra moriarty. >> they never get enough credit. >> every day they don't know what they are getting into. >> important acknowledgement. we are talking about how every time it is really hot out, rosemary's suggestion is go tosanta cruz. >> are you part of the chamber of commerce. >> it was hot yesterday and it was the first time i had been at a beach when i heard someone yell, shark. >> oh okay. >> and everyone got out of the water and there was a fin across with multiple shark sight ings. >> yeah. >> and, yeah. i am -- necessary needless to say. >> how was the sand. >> i will put my toes in the water. just my toes. >> if we are being hon of the i don't swim in the ocean but love to sit on the beach. >> i am a lake lover myself.
>> we pretend the sharks are not in there, but we know they are. giving you a look outsideour doors into san francisco. starting out with friendy -- plenty clear sky. no fog. you can see the tower in the backdrop. you may notice a haze. we have fires burning in california unfortunately. we will have a look at that in moment. look at the pattern in place. high pressure remains parked over the four corners bringing us the heat. also, bringing us a bit of monsoonal moisture. you can see the upper level winds steering around the high going in a clockwise motion. and it's pushing the moisture all the way into southern california. yesterday, lake tahoe gist had a very slight chance of a few scattered showers. today, and for tomorrow, looking good. you don't have anything to worry about if you are going to be out on the lake. no call for thunderstorms in lake tahoe this weekend. this is a view of the trough that we are waiting onto bring us a little bit of a cool down. the models anticipated it coming today. now they are suggesting it will
come tomorrow, which means the onshore breeze will remain weak. fairfield reporting 12 miles per hour. clear skies and we have the hot temps to go with it. a view here at the upper level winds, so we know as we go up in the atmosphere, the winds shift, and this is the southerly wind that is dragging in some of the moisture from san lieu -- i should say fire smoke from san luis obispo county. and we have a small fire in the brentwood area. west of brentwood. so if you are seeing the drift overhead this morning, that is where it's coming from. 54 degrees right now in oakland. 65 in san francisco. so already a very mild start. 59 degrees in santa rosa. so enland it's a warm -- inland it's a warm styte start. brentwood 77. 78 in antioch. and even an area in pittsburg reporting 83. and we are not going to cool down anymore. we are going to go in the other direction and heat it back up into the coming hours. 74 in danville. a look at afternoon highs, 96
novato. 99 santa rosa. closer to the water a weak onshore breeze. 67 stenson beach. so if you are looking for the cooler weather, head west. 80 at oakland. 100 in danville. if you like the heat, 1 hundred -- 102 for anti-- 101 for antioch. santa cruise 79 -- cruz 79. upper 80s along peninsula. palo alto, san francisco a beautiful day 72 expected mid to upper 60s right along the coastline. here's the extended forecast. we are going to knock the numbers down especially for the coast, and he will w. -- and, well, not everybody. inland areas look better on sunday and better on monday. as we get into the business week we don't want to talk about back to work monday, but temperatures will. >> i am off monday so that's okay. >> i look at the lows. again, it's like without air conditioning if you can cool, cool down the house at night. it's pretty warm last night. >> it was 09 in martinez last
night. >> that's not a cool down. >> no. >> sadly, not. >> thanks. well, close encounter with a humpback whale is going viral. >> very cool video. a kite border posted incredible footage on his facebook page of a humpback whale near the golden gate bridge and he surfs over it. he said he was stunned when he glided over the whale's back just as it surfaced. this happened last month. luckily the camera was rolling at the time. luckily, the humpback whale didn't come up a little higher. >> i was reading all of the comments about it, and people are talking about, you know, there are laws to protect humpback whales not getting so close but that's if you see it and go towards it. if you go on the whale watching tours if you see them, tough stay a close distance. but that man clearly didn't know what would happen and probably looked at the foot a.m. and was like i thought i hit something. >> and had the gopro going. >> the whale is just fine we are assuming. >> a skid mark i am sure he is fine. may not look appetizing but
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final 7-2. mariners lost 8 straight at home. and that's over. pitcher james paxton setting the tone and fansing him in the second. and that was a 3k inning and faned 9 on the night. 3-2 game and we will take you to the 8th when seattle broke it open. cruz and there it goes. home run number 300 in the career and he had 5rbi in the game and that was the ball game. they take it on the chin 7 -- 7 -- 7-2. the giant gave up a ton early and lost to the marlens 6- 1 and first inning was not good. watch. >> to right field. starting to carry. and gone. >> that's stanton taking moore deep a 2-run jack. marlins on top quickly and more to come. motion moments later riddle rips the gaper and that's a hsing hsingel and two men are home and 4 in the first.
16 hits for the marlins. the lone highlight was when the seats were emptying in the bottom of the 9th and that's going to find the cove. way back there in right. a splasher but it was not nearly enough. the giants fall at at&t the final 6-1. a new trend is taking ice cream to the dark side. it's a gothic inspired charcoal eye creams called dark sin. it gets the color from activated charcoal that comes in the nutty and creamy mexican drink and while it looks unusual, customers say they love the taste. >> it is good. , very good. i don't know. [audio not understandable] it taste like oreos. >> that's good. i love oreos i like how she went into the bite. >> it's charcoal. >> i will try it. but you can find it in l.a.
so you have to drive a little bit. but it's the little damage ice cream ice cream parlor who that's a odd name too. >> i think they are putting. >> sprinkles on there. >> what is the cereal. >> we are making ice cream today with nitrous about 9:45. >> okay. >> so, stay tuned. we will get that. >> i will try that. >> yeah i will try that too. coming up the annual running of the bulls. underway in spain but not everyone is walking away from the streets of pamplonaunscatheed. several americans in the hospital after being gored. more on that coming now and we continue to follow the developing story out of oakland where massive fire broke out yesterday. we will talk about the continued efforts by crews to make sure that area is safe for residents to return to. .
beauty, another hot day. maybe not a bad price if you like it hot. i am not complaining. i'm just saying that a couple degrees down might help. welcome to mornings on 2. it is saturday, july 8. i'm claudine wong. >> happy weekend. i'm frank mallicoat. you will get to that weather forecast. it's a little hot but first here are some headlines. we will take you like to the scene of that massive fire in oakland. look at the flames. it's been a little over 24 hours and there are still issues they are dealing with. we will fill the win. the investigation is underway. we're trying to make that site say. that area is still blocked off. christien kafton was there yesterday. and he is there again and we will check in with him for an update. a historic meeting of the g 20 summit in germany. a lot of buzz about this meeting between the russian president, vladimir putin and
president trump. we are getting details about what happened. that includes russia's involvement during lester's election along with the war in syria and a number of other things. deport issues the two agreed and disagreed on. from homeless to a police dog. there is a program that is turning shelter dogs into police k9's. >> they need your help to succeed. we will talk about a fundraiser happening next weekend. and what you need to do to join in. just take your dog to get a bath. >> that make sense. >> i my hose my dog off today because it is warm. i'm watching these temperatures this morning -- it's hot. so hot the national weather service has decided for the inner east bay in the santa cruz mountains to issue a heat advisory. that is a heads up for you. it gives you an idea of what you are dealing with.
if you're going to be outdoors for a prolonged amount of time this afternoon and 11 the inner east bay, keep an eye on your health and make sure you are okay. in addition to the heat advisory they have decided they will issue a fire weather warning meeting a red flag alert for some of our higher elevations. it is that hot and it's going to be very dry. if the wind begins to pick up in the afternoon, as they can, we do expect that to increase fire danger. that is going on for saturday. for most of us, is going to mean a big warm up. 71 degrees in walnut creek. 75 in concord. 73 in livermore. 73 in the south bay. 67 in santa rosa. along the coast, san francisco reporting 50s. temperatures are up almost everywhere. up by 7 degrees in oakland. 6 in san jose. with that to start the day, temperatures are already on
their way as we watch them soar back to about 104 inland cities today. the wind is a bit on shore. the sea breeze is not dying out completely but it is very weak. fairfield, 9 miles an hour. that is not enough to help us out. we also have upper-level winds coming from the south. we have a fire burning in san luis obispo county and another in and around the west areas of brentwood. you may find haze in the sky today. that smoke is drifting overhead. we saw it last night as well. 80 degrees for the afternoon in oakland. 72, san francisco. 89, redwood city. low 90s in san jose. 101 in antioch. 101 in livermore. 99 in santa rosa. 96 in napa. we begin a cooling trend as early as tomorrow. we will look at those numbers and if you're going to see the
giants today, i will have that forecast as well. safety crews hoping they can start securing and dismantling that construction crane that one -- spun widely in the middle of that fire. flames wiped out a multi- million-dollar housing and retail project. this was near lake merritt and oakland yesterday morning. the fire forced hundreds of people living in that area to evacuate their homes and apartments. investigators still do not know what set off that devastating fire. >> our priorities right now are very clear. it is to secure this site. it is to bring comfort and security to all the residents who have been impacted by this tragedy and it is to relentlessly investigate what the cause of this fire was. >> the oakland mayor says the fire was a big blow to the city and its attempts to ease the housing crunch. >> an investigation is underway . christien kafton reported from the fire yesterday morning
and is back at the scene today with the latest on the developments there. >> reporter: good morning. if you take a look, fire crews are still working to put out any hot spots. you may be able to see a firefighter on the top of that extension letter, dumping water into what is left of this building. there are still a number of hot spots. you may be able to see steam coming up in some portions of the building. some spots are too dangerous to approach today. today may be a very busy day with engineers expected to arrive at some point in time to determine how to remove the scaffolding and crane that are still standing at the scene of this fire. the fire started around 4:30 am yesterday. flames until the early morning sky and embers rained down on some neighboring neighborhoods. officials say remarkably, no one was injured during this fire including the firefighters who had to battle this blaze.
now that the fire is out, questions have started. how did this start? we are expecting the alameda county arson task force and atf to arrive at some point in time to begin their investigation. fire officials say they will work hard to get to the bottom of it. >> we have the alameda county arson investigation task force working alongside the alcohol, tobacco and firearms, atf, and our local fire investigator with the oakland fire department. while i am unable to provide any definitive information about the cause of this incident, it is a concern to us. >> reporter: before investigators could get in there to investigate, they need to secure the scene. that means dismantling that massive crane. we watched as it swung around widely for an hour. the crane is unusable at this point and possibly in danger of collapse. we are expecting engineers to determine how to take that crane down and determine which portions of the building are structurally sound. coming back to a live picture, you can look through the building and see the scaffolding. one of the walls collapsed on
air yesterday while my colleague, alex savidge, was reporting. that gives you an indication of of how dangerous this building could be. that's one of the reasons they do not want to have any investigators or anybody inside. there is no telling one part of the scaffolding or when one of those walls may come tumbling down. at this point in time, we do not have a timeline. we are looking to see if we can talk with fire officials later this morning to figure out when they will get to work and went they will have a chance to get investigators inside. wants to get inside, they can start to determine where the fire started and from that point they may have an idea on how the fire started. back to your. >> lots of questions. thank you. the fire forced as many as 900 people living in the area to evacuate. the red cross opened a shelter last night at saint vincent de paul community center.
most evacuations chose to stay with family and friends or at local hotels. while these residents hope to return to their homes today, property managers telling them they could be, possibly longer. some evacuees were overcome with emotion. >> i don't know what i'm going to get into my house. >> it's very sad, honestly. i think it's taken more of a toll on me than i ever thought it would. >> some residents say they have renters insurance but do not know if it will cover their expenses if they stay at a hotel for several days. we will have more coverage on the oakland construction fire coming up in our next half hour. you can also go to ktvu.com anytime for full reports and videos . this morning, the g20 summit continues in germany. about 90 minutes ago, all member nations agreed the paris climate agreement to be irreversible and needing action
swiftly, except for president trump and the u.s. the president said the united states will pull out of the agreement if it is not renegotiated. also this morning, the president is promoting any plan to help women entrepreneurs at the g20 summit. >> the critical investments we are announcing today will help advance the economic empowerment of women around the world. empowering women is a core value that binds us together. >> president trump's daughter, helped roll out a new initiative called, we five. the global bank will provide loans of technical assistance and guidance and mentorship opportunities for women in developing nations. the president said the u.s. will commit $50 million to the program. one of the most-watched moments of the g20 summit was the president's meeting with vladimir putin.
>> we look forward to a lot of very positive things happening for russia, for the united states. >> the closed door meeting lasted more than two hours. it was only scheduled for 30 minutes. at one point, the first lady popped into tell them it was time to wrap it up. the secretary of state said president trump began the discussion by asking about russia's meddling in the presidential election from last year. russia's foreign minister said president trump accepted putin's claim that russia did not meddle in the elections. during the meeting, both president trump and putin finalize an agreement calling for a cease-fire in syria. u.s. officials and the jordanian government, which is involved in the deal, says the cease-fire goes into effect at 2:00 this afternoon. the cease-fire in southwest syria is designed to reduce violence in the area near jordan's border. coming up next, details on
facebook's expansion plan in the south bay. why some say it's not enough to fix the silicon valley housing crisis. and a big fundraiser across the bay area to help shelter dogs become police k9 docs. we will let you know how you can support this very special cause. that's coming up next. ♪ ♪ award winning interface. award winning design. award winning engine. the volvo xc90. the most awarded luxury suv of the century. visit your volvo dealer today and get up to $4,500 in allowances.
k-9 kickoff. the washer doctor dadi pet food express and the money goes to buy custom bulletproof vest. the pace for emergency medical training for handlers. also trauma kids. this year it helps a nonprofit volunteer group called, the working dog rescue. joining me this morning is mahogany and her dog, remy, who was an ambassador for your group. tell me about this working dog rescue. it's a new idea on how to maybe find great dogs for unique shelter dogs. >> we, essentially, look for dogs that have a genetic propensity to do a job. many times they end up in shelters because they were too much in a home with the family. we will meet them, assess them and see if they can perform a job. then we work on placing them in
a job. >> you talk about a working job. my favorite command you heard him -- said to him was, chill. he's doing a great job. you talk about a job who may be too busy for home. when you talking about police k9's, they need to be very focused and ready to work all the time. is it a specific breed you are looking for? or is it a certain temperament and personality? >> it's a little bit of everything. we do look for the belgian dogs, a working german shepherd, sometimes i hunting, labrador retriever. those dogs tend to be at the searching aspects. and then the malinois and the shepherds, sometimes they can do more for a police department, more than searching for narcotics. they can maybe do apprehension work and things like that.
those other breeds we tend to taken the most. >> and they are waiting to be found. i think we have a video of a tsa dog named, adam. this dog -- is that one you found and you said, the stock can do more? >> yes. he was a phenomenal dog. he was too much for his family. they tried their best but they said this dog is a lot. we took him in and right away we could see that he had everything that it took. he has done phenomenally in his training. he passed all the tests, 100%. he will do really well. >> we apparently do not have that video. in terms of moving forward and being associated with this event, which it so easy for people. they go and get their dog washed and they are helping out. we have one of the canine vests here and i know we will have a demonstration later on what the stocks are capable of doing. how important is this for your group which is only about a year and a half old, to get hooked up with this cover your
k-9 event. >> it's invaluable. our rescue is all volunteer run. all of our communication and training -- the training and testing we do -- sometimes we take to, three, or four months. that's all done voluntarily. essentially we help the department's by keeping the adoption fee is very low for them. essentially, we are doing this because we are passionate about it and we love the work and we love giving the dogs a chance to feel fulfilled. >> absolutely. you talk about this event. custom bulletproof vest. this medical training and canine trauma kids. i was sharing a story about the event last year. au was forest ranger used one of these kids to save their dog. when they are working, they
need gear. >> absolutely. >> thank you so much for coming in. remy -- hello, sweetheart. you are doing a good job of chilling. a great event and we will have a demonstration to help us out and show us what these docs are capable of. here is the information for the canine fundraiser. july 15 and 16th. 100% of all pet washes will be donated. 60+ bay area stores are participating. we have more information on a website, ktvu.com. let's send it over to rosemary. remy is very chill. i like his style. it almost looks like a statue, he is so calm. as you know, just a
reminder for your pets, when it gets to be this hot, the pavement is very hot. if you are walking your dog, do it early. check the pavement to make sure it's not too hot. here is the high pressure stationed over the four corners. that circuit -- that moisture that sucks -- circulates around that, pushes into california. we see this from time to time. we are seeing a little bit. in this era, the was a possibility yesterday but not so much today. if you are going toward lake tahoe, you may pick up on some of the buildup going on there in the afternoon. we're waiting on this trough to come in closer to the bay area and coalesced down. we are expecting a bit of a cool down for tomorrow and then the trend will continue into next week. if you're going to tahoe, mostly sunny skies, mid 80s. again, no call for thunderstorms. you may see clouds the drift overhead. here are the temperatures right now. cool conditions in half moon
bay, 56. 66, san francisco. 71, oakland. 81, brentwood. last half hour we went to the inner east bay where we are seeing widespread 70s. for the afternoon today, back above the century mark for antioch and livermore. concord, 100. 99 in santa rosa which isn't much better. 96, napa. low 90s in san jose. closer to the water, not as bad but still very warm. 85, hayward. right here where we have that localized sea breeze, comfortable and mid 60s in pacifica. low 70s in san francisco. if you are going to see the giants play, it will be a great day at the ballpark. 66 degrees at game pine -- game time. the extended forecast, temperatures begin cooling off tomorrow although they are not much better. we get into more comfortable whether, monday, tuesday and wednesday. 70s around the bay and 60s on
the coast. it is a 20 3 am. if you're looking to stay close to home this summer, rosemary, whether woman by day, she will also show you cool destinations you can visit over the weekend. stay right here. tesla's turn to build the model 3. that car is already in high demand. the first vehicles will roll off the assembly line. have assembled.
welcome back. labor department says you was hiring lows will last month to its highest level in four months. report shows that our economy added 222,000 jobs in june. unemployment ticked up a little to 4.4% more people were looking for work. job gains in april and may were also revised upward to 47,000. the tesla plant in fremont is cranking out those model 3. check out this view from skyfox as it flew over the plane. the model 3 is billed as tesla's most affordable electric car. the company hoping it will give sales a boost. other car company started investing heavily in self
driving vehicle technology. tesla has led to number three in the rankings for autonomous vehicles. that is behind ford and gm. francis plank to move away from fossil fuels by 2040. the plan is to allow only harbored and electric vehicles to be sold. it's a five-year plan. the government will encourage clean energy and create aid to help lower income families by cleaner cars. this comes one day after volvo said it's only only going to make fully electric or hybrid cars from 2019 on or. a new bar in las vegas ditches the bartenders and or inserting robots. the robot cocktail bar on the miracle mile shops of planet hollywood. guest order drinks from a computer tablet at their table. the robots create the drinks from more than 60 different spirits. the alameda county board of supervisors approves a $3 billion budget. when we come back, where the money is going and how the board was able to close a $100
million funding gap. at the scene of yesterday's giant fire you can see they are bringing in major pieces of equipment. and barricades to keep people out. we will have the latest on the investigation and what authorities are doing now. [ indistinct chatter ] [ intense music playing ] it's here, but it's going by fast. the opportunity of the year is back: the mercedes-benz summer event. get to your dealer today for incredible once-a-season offers, and start firing up those grilles. lease the e300 for $569 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
board. 8:30 am on saturday. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm claudine wong. let's start with your weather. rosemary is watching these warm temperatures. it is summer but we have high fire danger issues and we have heat advisories. certainly, for those folks that do not have air-conditioning, this has been a long, late spring, early summer. you need to strategize when it gets this hot. get outdoors now and take shelter during the mid part of the afternoon and later part of the afternoon when it is at its hottest. go see a movie. stay indoors. do something enjoyable. go to an indoor mall where it's cool and just chill. here's a view of those advisories. the heat advisory is for the east bay as well as the santa cruz hills for the afternoon and into the evening. also dealing with fire weather concerns over portions of the east bay hills. this will continue until tonight.
temperatures are already rebounding in a big way. look at where those shades of orange are. brentwood, 83. 73 and livermore. 75 and concord. 73, hands -- san jose. at the coast, we do have a sea breeze and that will remain in place. it's light and will not go very far. 57 degrees at half moon bay. 74, belmont. 73, woodside. in the inner east bay it is already warm. pittsburg, 84. 79 in danville. temperatures are beginning to climb. as we get into the afternoon we expect to hit 100 and some of our hottest spots. these numbers are up by several degrees. 7 in oakland over yesterday. you are feeling it out there as we get into the second part of the day. here's what you can expect. low 70s in san francisco.
mid to upper 80s around the bay. redwood city and hayward will be warm. it's baking and livermore, 101. 101, antioch. a few folks said they do like it hot. ring it on! today is your day. we cool it off a little as we get into sunday and better cooling into the business week. we will look at the extended forecast coming up. the alameda county aston -- arson task force is investigating that massive fire that wiped out the building under construction in oakland. >> hundreds of people living near the building were forced to evacuate and this morning. do not know when they will be able to return home. christien kafton is on the scene where firefighters have been all night to make sure the fire does not flareup. i guess they are still pouring water on it, right? >> reporter: still putting water on it and a lot of that to that the this morning as more equipment arrives, more fire crews arrive to figure out what they are doing today.
you may see another new truck bringing in more equipment, presumably to take care of that crane which is still a major problem today. the crews are still putting water on this fire and searching for hotspots. we are still seeing steam pouring out of the building intermittently. there are some hotspots in that building. let's roll some video of yesterday. the fire broke out before 4:30 am, yesterday. embers were raining down on the neighborhood. city officials say, remarkably, no one was injured including the dozens of firefighters who battled this fire. now that the fire's outcome of the questions have started. how did this start? . this is the latest in a series of suspicious fires that have struck large buildings at critical points in their construction. complete enough to have wooden framing throughout but no sprinkler systems in place. fire officials say they will work to get to the bottom of it. >> while i am unable to provide any definitive information about the cause of this incident, it is a concern to
us. moving forward, as that investigation continues, i'm sure it will reveal information that will be helpful to determining the ultimate cause of this incident. >> reporter: before investigators can get in to determine the cause, they need to secure the scene. that means dismantling that massive crane. this crane swung around widely yesterday for about an hour. the crane is unusable at this point and in danger of collapse. we are expecting engineers out here to take the crane down and determine what parts of the building are structurally sound. as we come back to the live shots, we see some gentlemen meeting from anderson, presumably an engineering company. we're trying to determine what their role will be. the alameda county arson task force and atf are waiting until the scene is secure before they can send investigators in. keep in mind they are going to want to get inside the building to figure out where the fire started so they can determine how the fire started. they really can't do that until it's safe to send people in.
>> work to be done. christien kafton come alive at the scene of the fire. three people are in the hospital after a grass fire in antioch. the fire broke out around 10 pm along delta fair boulevard at an apartment complex. contra costa fire said three buildings and 18 units were damaged. officials say three people were taken to the hospital. four were treated at the scene. police say they believe fireworks started the fire. crews are battling fires near brentwood off the deer valley and marsh creek road's. cal fire said a total of 240 acres have burned. no word on any damage and we are trying to get the latest containment numbers. attorneys for the men charged in the deadly ghost ship warehouse fire are expected to ask a judge to lower their bail so they can get out of jail while awaiting trial. derick almena and max harris appeared in court yesterday. they did not enter pleas to 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter in connection with
the fire from last december. prosecutors claim the man created a fire hazard that led to the deaths of 36 people who were attending a party at the warehouse. defense attorneys say derick almena and harris cannot afford their $1 million bail. >> we did not yet enter a plea and this is because we have not yet received all of the discovery to which we believe we are entitled. we do have the prosecution agreeing to supply that in short order. >> the suspects remain in custody. there attorneys will have a chance to argue for lower bail when they return to court on august 4. a new mail carrier was shot while on the job yesterday. she was making her rounds in east oakland at the intersection of bancroft avenue when she was struck in the hip by a stray bullet. thankfully she is in stable condition.
officials say she was not the target, just caught in the middle of a neighborhood gun battle. the employee was just hired in april and works out of the eastmont station. other carriers did get an email alert about the shooting, urging them to be cautious while making rounds. >> what can we do? it's the job we choose to do and sometimes it's a danger street. they need to get their mail and it must be delivered. it comes with a job. >> so far, no arrests have been made. oakland police are offering a $50,000 reward leading to an arrest. opd has not given a description of the suspect. the suspect in a hit and run crash that killed two boys has been taken from the hospital to jail in martinez. he was booked on murder charges. they escorted lemuel wilson into the jail last night. you can see him still wearing a hospital gown. he was arraigned on murder charges from his hospital bed on thursday. wilson is accused of crashing his car into an suv on friday night and running from the scene. two brothers who were 5 and 10 were both killed in the crash.
there three-month-old brother remains hospitalized in critical condition. a $50,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of a person who cut a college student playing pokimon go to the aquatic park last year. calvin riley was a baseball player in san mateo and delta college in stockton. investigators say he was playing pokimon, when he was shot just before 10 pm in august 6 of last year. officials have released a sketch of the suspect sankey may have left the scene in a white toyota avalon. former state attorney general bill lockyer's wife was arrested on thursday for alleged spousal abuse. county shares were called to a home after someone said an intoxicated woman was yelling and throwing things. officials say they found the wife, a former supervisor, with a blood alcohol content of 0.22%. her husband suffered minor injuries and a public facebook post earlier this week, she
accused her husband of abusive behavior. a drone pilot is set to stand trial next month after he flew a drone to close to a chp rescue helicopter. the incident happened in january when officials were rescuing someone stuck on a cliff in pacifica. chp says chopper pilots had to hold off the rescue to avoid colliding with the flying drone. gerald distance faces one distant -- misdemeanor charge and is expected in court on our august 21. the alameda county board of supervisors has opposed a budget for the new fiscal year which begins this month the board says it closed a $108 million funding gap without significant program our staff cuts through a mixture of moves including efficiency measures. supervisor said the budget includes spending to upgrade infrastructure, expand affordable housing programs come up fight poverty and building out financial reserves. next, donald trump doubling
good morning and happy saturday. the wonderful view of the bay area. isn't that gorgeous? we are seeing a little bit of haze. that has to do with the fires burning in and around california. if you notice some of that smoke drifting overhead, we have one firming in san luis obispo county and we have one in western brentwood that is putting off some smoke as well. i thought of that, the big story for the weather is the heat. we will look at the numbers coming up. the world health organization said a dangerous entity is spreading and becoming more drug-resistant. the un health agency looked at data from 80 countries. officials said gonorrhea is rapidly developing a resistance to antibiotics and is harder to treat. they are blame the decline in condom use. the agency is calling for a more monitoring and money for research and the development of new drugs. new study show women who get false positives from mammograms are more likely to start taking anxiety or
depression medication. the numbers come from penn state researchers who analyzed insurance claims for women. ages 40 through 60 with no prior use of anxiety or depression medications. women in that group who had to get multiple mammograms after false positives had a 20% increase in the need for anxiety drugs. the centers for disease control and prevention have a new person in charge. brenda fitzgerald was named by health and human secretary tom price as the next director. the cdc -- she's an obstetrician, gynecologist and has headed the georgia public health commission since 2011. she succeeds doctor tom frieden who stepped down in january after serving for eight years. in oakland health clinic hoping to raise $2 million to fund an expansion. the asian health services is hoping to raise the money to expand their pediatric and
family clinic on webster street in oakland. the clinic says they treated 27,000 patients each year and cannot meet the demand. clinic officials hope they can raise that money at monday's mayor's cup charity golf tournament. that will help the clinic raise $3 million for a new dental clinic last year. summer is in full swing. if you try to figure out where to go, let's ask rosemary who has great information on getting out. >> as we know, california offers some of the best weather available. why go anyplace ask -- anyplace else? >> a couple of factors i think will translate to a boon you for california. gas prices are lower. nationally they were at lowe's. i think domestically we are looking at people looking at the long weekend, the staycation. more of a domestic summer expense versus the 10 day trip to europe. >> why leave when you have the gorgeous weather. you came from
southern california where they are probably in the 80s today. >> nice beach weather up and down the coast. our national parks will see an uptick in foot traffic this summer as well. the golden state, which many people come to every year, let's us stay put and enjoy with the state has to offer. summer is peak travel season. we will see a bump in pricing, especially on weekends and certain destinations. take advantage of this drive mentality. it's more widespread and i think there are great options a couple hours from here but i think will appeal to a lot of folks. >> where do we start? >> i did one hour come to our, and three-hour trips. on our way, it's hard to beat one country. go on a weekday. availability will be better and prices will be also better. i've done this rejuvenation spa package. this is a gorgeous property. 12 acres in the heart of sonoma. the price point on this package is $559.
you get overnight accommodations. you get a spot treatment which means you get access to their hot mineral water spring spa. you can basically hang out and there all day. you can do the eucalyptus room. then you get breakfast the next morning. you want to do the organic duck a comment. i already had a plan for you. the one night to get away, it's hard to meet the fairmont sonoma mission. if you until -- to unplug into a two hour way, the monterey peninsula. this is one by the california state parks system. 107 acres of natural, beautiful woods of the ocean's right there. this opened over 100 years ago as a retreat to teach women in leadership skills. it still maintains that rustic flare. you can go hiking. the water is there. you can relax and spend the
night here for $119. that includes breakfast for two. the architecture here is world- famous. is also considered one of the top five birding destinations in north america. bring your binoculars and you will be happy you did. the park rangers will also do hikes along the property and the beach to teach you about the unique ecology and that part of pacific grove. you are also three miles from downtown monterey. go to the aquarium. >> for the outdoorsy type, that's great. >> if you can spare three hours and drive down the coast, let's say you want to go to italy but you just want a three-hour drive -- this is the allegretto resort. it's in paso robles california and the heart of san luis obispo. this is a test goodwin fire property. 20 acres of vineyards and fruit
bearing orchard. many people get married here because they have this french inspired abby. a bocce ball court and expansive grounds. it's very deluxe. this is on the eastern edge of the county. great wine tasting and the food is wonderful. $100 -- $199 a night. this is perfect to get away with the one you love. and you've only driven three hours. sometimes it's four hours because of traffic but it's a beautiful destination. >> i love that. is beautiful. experts say the number one tip to staycation is to treat it like a vacation. make sure you you get all those items and fall. summer think it, what is a nice vacation to me? first am going to clean out my car. i'm not going to have toys in the backseat. >> and if you can get grandma and grandpa to stay with the kids, you can maximize a 24 hour getaway, in a big way. especially in california.
any of these destinations will have a plethora of experiences to tap into. it's not just about getting somewhere and spend the night. it's about blowing out the experience aspect of your trip. if you are going to a place like fairmont, you want to do the dining and the spa and the hiking. >> the savings are getting very staycation, splurge a little bit. >> fill up instagram account and it's like you went far away. really what you've done is you've maximized and leverage the hotspots that exist in our backyard. >> thank you for the deals. sign me up. >> you happy with organic duck egg omelette.[ laughter ] >> i'm all in. turning shelton dodson to law enforcement officers. i will talk about what it takes
to become a police k9. we have the alameda county sheriff standing by to give us a demonstration, coming up. it may not be your first choice for ice cream but others can't get enough of a new flavor in southern california. they make it with charcoal. it is apparently delicious. we will make some ice cream later in the show as well. stick around.
champions park he tweeted, let's keep it going. the giants lost 6-1 to the marlins while the a's were the first -- perfect fit for sierra. the rally behind crews's 300 home -- home run. the mayors have lost a bunch at home. the pitcher set the tone. nine summit high. sea otter brokered open and there he goes. that's a big fly and it's gone. 300th career home run. 3 rbis and that was the ballgame. the a's lose and will try again today. a new trend is taking ice cream to the dark side. it's a gothic inspired charcoal ice cream called, dark sin. the desert is -- gets its dark color from activated charcoal. it comes in a nutty and creamy flavor. it looks unusual but customers like the taste. >> it's good. very good. i don't know how to describe it.
it's very sweet. you kind of taste like an oreo. >> you can find the unusual ice cream in los angeles. if you're heading down south, look for the little damage ice cream parlor. today, 500 low riders from all over the state gathering in san francisco for the king of the streets crews and hopping competition. the event kicks off with low riders cruising at 11 am. asserts on mission street and will head toward van ness avenue and over to fort mason and the marina. the contest will start at 2:00. that is at fort mason. there will be music and dancing and a lot of cool cars. president trump is wrapping up a trip to europe with a face- to-face meeting with the russian president vladimir putin. we will talk about what they discussed in their closed-door meeting. also would have come a former state attorney general bill lant -- bill lockyer's
the bridge this morning. that is a beautiful shot. i always think of those wonderful terrorist the come to visit the bay area. it's like this all the time. it's perfect. >> every time i go over, it is still a wonder. it's beautiful. had to be build this thing? welcome to mornings on 2. thank you for waking up with us. i'm claudine wong. >> i'm frank mallicoat. it is a stunning day and is going to be hot. more on the forecast coming up but first, here is more on the fire. >> reporter: federal agents just arrived at the scene of yesterday's big fire and they are starting to unload some of the heavy equipment. we will have the latest on the developments for you and tell you what you can look forward to today. we will also talk about the hundreds of people who had to be evacuated from that fire area.
>> some state at a shelter last night and they say it's unclear what is next for them. it's president trump versus president putin. >> it was a closed-door meeting that lasted longer than it was supposed to at the g20 summit. the summit continues today and we will talk about that meeting coming up. let's talk about the weather. >> hot. 100 degrees today inland. it was 90 degrees at it was 90 degrees at 8:30 am -- a 30 p.m. last night. i rolled down the window hoping to get some relief. i rolled it back up. more of the same going on today. it's going to be a scorcher, especially for inland communities. the national weather service has issued advisories for the inner east bay. here is a view of the golden gate bridge. if you're trying to escape the heat come all of the coastline and inside the bay, we will have localized sea breeze. outside about, everybody else is going to be warm.
here is a look at the advisories in place for today. starting with the orange. the heat advisory last until -- it looks like they may carry it over -- we are looking at heat advisory for the inner east bay and the santa cruz mountains. as we look at this red, that indicates a red flag warning with increased fire danger. it's very hot, dry and the wind is expected to pick up over the east bay hills later today. that warning goes until 9:00 tonight. temperature-wise, it is already very warm inland. 80 degrees and livermore. 80 in walnut creek. closer to the bay, low 70s and oakland. 54, san francisco. at the coast, 50s as well. everyone is warmer today as we look at the 24 hour temperature change. 5 degrees and livermore. 6 and napa. you are feeling it already as you get out the door thinking, it's warmer than yesterday. the onshore breeze is not going away completely but 10 miles an hour through fairfield will not
bring us relief. i want to point out in the upper levels, the wind is coming in from the south. smoke was drifting from santa maria which is santa barbara county into the bay area. we have fires burning in and around the state. one and send those abyss polk county is bringing that draft our way and a fire burning west of brentwood. folks in those areas are also seeing hayes for today. 100 degrees in concord this afternoon. 80s, oakland. 72, san francisco. mid 60s in pacifica. maybe pick where you are going to be. temperatures begin to fall into sunday. i will look at the extended forecast coming up. a short time ago, federal investigators arrived at the site where a fire wiped out a
building under construction in oakland. >> this is the fourth suspicious or unexplained fire at a residential building under construction and oakland or emeryville in the past year. christien kafton is live at the scene with an update on the investigation. he said investigators just arrived and it should be a long day ahead. >> reporter: yes. it's going to be a long day ahead. you may be able to see that big crane we watched get pulled into the scene, starting to move around and get into position. they are presumably her to help bring down that claim. at the same time, firefighters are still dousing this building with water, trying to put out hot spots and make sure it's safe for investigators to enter. about 12 minutes ago, i tweeted out some video of that federal agent arriving. when she got out of her vehicle, she was from the atf. she was removing some equipment from her truck, possibly beginning the investigation into how this fire started. the fire broke out before 430 yesterday morning. flames fill the early morning sky and embers rain down on the surrounding neighborhood.
city officials say remarkably no one was injured including the dozens of firefighters who had to battle the blaze. the fire is out and now the questions have started. out of the fire start? that atf personnel just starting to arrive. we are expecting alameda county arson task force members to arrive at some point to beginning the investigation. fire officials say they will work hard to get to the bottom of exactly how the fire started. >> while i am unable to provide any definitive information about the cause of this incident, it is certainly a concern to us. moving forward, as the investigation continues, i am sure it will reveal information that will be helpful to determining the ultimate cause of this incident. >> reporter: before investigators can get into the scene they have to secure the scene and that means dismantling that massive crane. we watched yesterday as it swung around widely for about an hour.
the crane is unusable at this point and possibly in danger of collapse. we are expecting some engineers to determine how that is going to come down. coming back to the live picture, he can see that crane is starting to maneuver equipment into place. presumably to begin either dismantling that large crane that is over the scene or dismantle some parts of the building or help dismantle the scaffolding. this is the building that was under construction. there is a lot of scaffolding around it that is in danger of collapsing. all of which could pose a potential threat to any firefighters who are either inside the structure or fire investigators who are inside the structure. clearly, they want to be sure it is as safe as possible before they launch the investigation. we are hoping to find out more about windows alameda county arson task force members are due on scene and find out what they can do now before they can go inside. presumably they are looking for video. that is one of the things the interim chief said yesterday. he is looking for any witnesses or video of this fire. they are trying to track down how the fire started and are
looking for the public's help. >> that was christien kafton line at the scene of the fire in oakland. the fire forced as many as 900 people living in that area to evacuate their apartments and homes. the red cross over the shelter at the saint vincent de paul community center. most of the evacuees chose to stay with either family or friends or stay at a local hotel. while these residents hope to return to their homes today, property managers are telling them it could possibly be a longer wait. some evacuees were overcome with emotion. >> what are you worried about? >> i have no place to go. >> you don't want to go to a shelter? >> the shelter is 48 hours. after that, where will i go?
>> some residents say they have renters insurance but they do not know if it will cover their expenses if they have to stay at hotel for several days. more coverage on the oakland construction fire coming up at our 9:30 am hour. you can also go to ktvu.com for full reports and more video of that fire from yesterday morning. we have new surveillance video that shows a man stealing a truck in martinez. the thief happened into a parking lot of contra costa electric on howell road. the video shows a man walking and looking around. this is a locked parking lot. eventually, he backs through the gate with one of the trucks and tries to start one of the trucks in the lot and eventually has success and drives away. if you recognize the man or have information, police would like to hear from you. right now the trend -- g20 summit summit continues. shortly before 7:00 him all member nations agreed the paris climate agreement to be irreversible and needing action swiftly except for president trump and the united states. the president said the u.s. will pull out of the agreement
if it is not renegotiated. also, this morning, president trump is promoting a plan to help women entrepreneurs. >> the critical investments we are announcing today will help advance the economic empowerment of women around the world. empowering women is a core value that binds us together. >> president trump's daughter helped to rollout the new initiative. the global bank will focus on providing loans, technical assistance and guidance and mentorship opportunities for women in developing nations. the president says he is 100% behind it. the united states will commit $50 million to the program. one of the most-watched moments of the summit was the president's meeting with vladimir putin. >> we look forward to a lot of very positive things happening for russia and the united states.
>> the closed-door meeting yesterday lasted more than two hours. it was scheduled for just 30 minutes. at one point, the first lady, popped her head into the room and said, it's time to wrap it up. the secretary of state said president trump again the discussion by asking about russia's meddling in the presidential election. the russian foreign minister said the president accepted putin's claim that russia did not meddle in the election. coming up, there is a fundraiser getting ready to kick off at some pet stores. all the money raised goes towards keeping law-enforcement canine say. coming up, we will talk live and get a demonstration from the alameda county sheriff about the port and work that these dogs are doing. stay right here. there's a place like no other...
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if you are walking the golden gate bridge today, where the sunscreen. my have some bridge on that bridge today. i think we all have friends on the bridge today. what a day to explore california. it is gorgeous and is going to be hot as well. let's throw it over to rosemary to get the forecast. it's nice now. as we get into the afternoon, that's going to change.
we are looking at another very hot day. outside our doors, it is a beautiful start. it is beginning to warm up and i think for many inland, right now maybe the best part of the day before it gets too hot. here's a view of the oakland estuary as he looked toward san francisco. the skies look good from here. moderate air quality in the forecast although we have smoke to consider. we have a couple of fires burning in and around california. many folks this morning are reporting a haze and smoke drift coming from san luis obispo county and also from western brentwood where there is a fire burning there. as we get into the numbers, it is going to be another hot one, 100 degrees and live. the high pressure remains parked over the four corners, in control of our weather pattern as well at least for one more day. the upper level winds of circulation around the high in a clockwise motion. that is pushing monsoon moisture into our area from the desert southwest.
not our area, per se, i will call it california. yesterday we had areas over lake tahoe see some of this. for lake tahoe, the weekend will be warm and you should not have any trouble with thunderstorms. we are waiting on this system that will work closer to the coast and will bring us the onshore breeze and the fog and the marine influence as well. here's a look at the futurecast model. we are starting out with patchy fog but it's off the coast. most of us are clear around the bay area. on sunday, we should wake up with more fog hugging the coastline but not going much further than that. as we get into monday, it looks even better. we have it inside the bay and crossing into the east bay shore. this is just a futurecast model and it could change. we look to have cooler weather having our way as we get into sunday and even better on monday. today, it's going to be hot. 80 degrees in livermore. 82, fairfield. 72 in oakland.
69 in san francisco. the east bay, already warm. 84 in danville. let's get to the numbers of the north bay. 76 in sausalito today. 97 and petaluma. upper 70s in alameda. low 100s for hotter spots a land. in the south bay, 91 in san jose. 99 in gilroy. 89 in redwood city and menlo park. if you're going to see the giants play, mid to upper 60s at game time. a west breeze picking up in the afternoon. here's a look the extended forecast. temperatures coming down slightly for tomorrow and better as we get back to work on monday, tuesday and wednesday. we are going to for you outside. i think my coanchor has some company of the four-legged variety.
>> that's right. cover your k-9 event that starts next weekend. get your dog washed and 100% of those proceeds go to buy vests for canines, among other things. we have a deputy with the alameda county sheriff department and his dog to give us an idea of one of those fast. this was bought with the funds from this dog wash event. >> it's very important because we deploy into a situation where there is a suspect that's known to be armed, we do not want to send our dog and on a suicide mission. >> have they been known to save lives and all the canines of the patrol division have their best because of this? >> yes. they come out and custom fit all of our dogs with these vast. they're all pay through for that organization. >> it's amazing.
we want to show the dog at work. she finds narcotics, right? >> that is just one of the things she finds. show us what she's going to do. we have put some drugs -- you put the drugs around the area. >> we have some methamphetamine and heroin hiding. those are the two most common drugs of abuse. >> what is she doing now? >> right now i have given her the command. she is searching for owners. she knows that once she finds a particular odor, she will give me the signal. she will find it and she will get the reward of her toy. >> how accurate, in terms of how sensitive is her nose? >> it's incredibly sensitive. no one can say exactly how sensitive it is but they say that their capabilities are in
the thousands to millions of times what a humans is. good girl. it's in there. show me -- good girl. dogs are like people. they don't want to work for free. this is her payment. she was going to hand it to you. >> i would have played tag. she found -- >> methamphetamine. >> it was hiding inside the sign. >> and you have another stash that he put somewhere else? >> i do. find it. >> what do you think the biggest thing is that people don't understand about these working dogs is? >> most people are viewing their dogs as pets. as handlers, we have to view them as equipment and treat them
with love and compassion like a pet. but at the end of the day, she is equipment that -- >> as we see her going around here -- is it for you, she is part of your family as well -- it looks like you found something. >> she comes home with me every day. she lives with me and my kids. she is waiting for her payment. >> what did she find? >> there is heroin hiding back in there. >> a little tug and then she's done. >> for you to have a vest for her and know that she's safe and she's out there working, you have one, she has one -- >> it's very important. >> thank you for the demonstration. we are going to put on the screen, information about the fundraiser so you can take part. all the proceeds go to that's, trauma kits.
we've heard stories about how this has saved lives. even last year it save the life of a forest service dog that was going into a marijuana grow to help apprehend a suspect and was injured severely. her life was saved because of one of these trauma kits. we will put this on our website at ktvu.com. let's send it back inside. good dog. son young adults are rebranding themselves to stand out from the rest of their generation. what an expert said should be the new label. we have more on that coming up.
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stores, over 1000. sears has buckled under pressure from online competition having failed to reinvent its traditional store experience. the insurance institute for highway safety added three large cars to its list of vehicles that have been given the highest rating for crashworthiness. the other lincoln continental, the mercedes-benz e class and the toyota avalon. the tesla model s failed to hit the top mark. millennial by any other name. why some young adults are rebranding themselves to stand out from the rest of their generation. what they really think about their financial future. here is more. >> reporter: from texting to tweeting, millennials are changing technology in the workplace. absent popular among younger workers are growing fast like the office chat room service, slot, which is reportedly valued at $9 billion. >> one of the things
millennials are really into would be a set of walking to someone's office and going into talk to a boss or coworker, they prefer to email them. >> you can't forget the personal interaction with people. it's very important in the workplace. >> reporter: if you never liked harry potter books are avocado toast, maybe you're not a millennial. if you were born between 1977 in 1983, there xennialis a new name for you. professor and australia is reportedly claiming people born between those years should be known as. this been a large sum of the childhood without computer access and were college aged when facebook was invented. >> also the older and probably feel a little bit different than what we see and interact on the lower end of the millennial range. >> reporter: many millennials a word about the retirement. our parents grew up in an area where there were pensions. we are growing up in an air
with the dismantlement of pensions. it makes saving for retirement problematic. >> reporter: according to a survey, 64% of working millennials think they will never save $1 million for their future. >> we are looking to our parents and because of the great recession, they are putting off retirement. we say, let's live it up while we can come up while were healthy and before we had kids. >> we also have a lot of student loans. instead of putting 10% away, that is going for interest on student loans. >> sallie mae has are direct lines and they tell us where they want their money. >> reporter: the burden of student loan debt may be to blame for poultry savings but by the time most millennials have paid off their debts, financial milestones like home buying, marriage and kids take over. >> when i had kids and i have a house to buy, all the things -- it's not a feasible option to put away all this extra money. >> reporter: millennials are planning not just to retire but to retire early. a survey finds the plan to be out of the workforce by age 58. the displays on smart
phones are reaching new heights. camera marker red is introducing a high-end smart phone that it says offers new holographic images. it's called hydrogen one. it seamlessly switches between traditional 2-d content, holographic multiview content, 3-d content and interactive games. be ready to pay up. the aluminum version cost $1200. the titanium one cost $1600. talking about smart phones. simpson really asked -- relaunch this galaxy no. the note addition is to in the my -- minimize eco-waste. samsung recalled millions of note 7 pounds last year after some caught fire. the company could release the galaxy note 8 as early as next month picture alameda county board of supervisors approving a $3 billion budget. when we returned, look at where some of that money is going and
>> that is justin bieber to get you motivated. it is a go do it weekend. welcome back to mornings on 2. i'm frank mallicoat. >> good morning. i'm claudine wong. we just saw that beautiful shot over the estuary. let's get a look at your weather. it is a little hot out there. we have fires in heated visor he -- >> it would be a great day for ice cream and i hear frank is making some later this morning. >> with liquid nitrogen. the new variety. >> looking forward to that. looking forward to the weekend? i hope so. we are going to have heat from yesterday and the hot weather continues for saturday. here's a live look of the oakland estuary as we look toward san francisco. we do have moderate air quality today although i will say we are also met with smoke.
we have put a few fires burning in and around california. one is in san luis obispo county bringing drift our way. and this morning inner east bay folks are seeing some from a fire burning west of brentwood. we have a heated visor in place for the east bay and the santa cruz mountains. for most of us, it's right here and it goes through until 9 pm tonight. a heads up, be prepared come avoid outdoor exposure or prolonged outdoor exposure in the afternoon if you can. and be aware of how you are feeling. fire weather also increasing today as we have hot and dry weather in store. for the east bay hills and the diablo range, the wind is expected to pick up this afternoon and we could see an increase in fire danger their lasting through the evening hours. we have 79 degrees already and the north bay and napa. 54, san francisco. quite a difference. we have a weak onshore breeze that will keep the coast and san francisco comfortable today. away from the coast, upper 70s in hayward. 80, livermore and walnut creek
reporting 85. everyone is warmer today but if you degrees in some spots. as we take a look at the wind, although we have a localized sea breeze, fairfield reporting 10 miles an hour. it's not strong enough to help us out. temperatures will soar once again to around 100 and some of our warmer spots. i want to show you the winds of the upper altitude areas. coming from the south and that's why we had that smoke drifting from the central coast. afternoon highs today -- 72, sim -- san francisco. low 80s in oakland. mid-80s in hayward and 100 expected and concord. temperatures will begin to fall tomorrow and even more on monday. i will have a look at your extended forecast coming up. the investigation intensifying into that massive fire that destroyed a 196 apartment building complex under construction near oaklands lake merritt. local authorities being joined with federal
agents to figure out what happened. >> christien kafton was there yesterday morning with this happened and he is back on the scene this morning with new information about the investigation. what have you learned? >> reporter: that investigation is set to get underway this morning as crews began bringing in heavy equipment, preparing the massive job of pulling down that crane that a standing over the scene. those investigators are trying to figure out how this fire started in the first place. the last half-hour, one atf agent arrived on scene. i was able to grab a quick couple -- couple of shots impose those to twitter. this is possibly the beginning of the investigation as to how the fire started. the fire broke out before 4:30 am yesterday. flames until the early morning sky and embers rained down on the surrounding neighborhood. city officials say nobody was injured during the effort to
put out the fire, including the dozens of firefighters who reported to the scene. now that the fire is out, the questions have started. how did this fire start? fire officials say they will be working to get the bottom of it and they're looking to get help from the public. >> anyone who has witnessed or has information or has video footage or anything else that will help us with our investigation into this incident, please contact ensure that information moving forward. >> reporter: before investigators can really get into that building, they have to secure the scene. that means dismantling the massive crane we watched swinging around widely for an hour or so yesterday. that crane is unusable at this point and in danger of collapsing. we are expecting engineers to determine how to pull down that crane and possibly figure out how to pull down the scaffolding around the building as well. you can see the firefighter up there, still pouring water into the remains of the building. we have seen less steam than we someone first arrived three hours ago. certainly a sign that the perhaps -- that perhaps the
number of hotspots are reducing. they are making sure it is completely extinguished. there would not one a flareup as they begin their investigation. meanwhile, you can see the scaffolding and the crane. a lot of work remains to be done to pull down the scaffolding and that crane. we were out here yesterday and we watched as part of that wall collapsed during alex savidge's live report. they would not want that to happen as they were investigating. they are going to take all the precautions needed before they can really launch that investigation. the atf agent is on scene. we are also expecting members of the alameda county arson task force to assist in this investigation as well. really, the investigation is just beginning as to how this fire started in the first place. >> i know that you mentioned the scaffolding and the crane and everything and how a block
and a half in every direction is still blocked off. it looks are precarious from this vantage point about how much could really fall in. i imagine they are keeping everyone even within that area back a little way. >> reporter: that's exactly the case. they are not allowing anyone to walk on that side of the street. we will give you one more look. particularly at the corner. you can see that is the area, as alex was reporting yesterday, that is where the collapses. portions of it appeared to be teetering at this time and that scaffolding, without e-billing too tired to, could collapse either inward or outward. that's one of the reasons they do not want anyone inside the structure conducting an investigation. that's one of the reasons they're keeping pedestrians and residents away as well. they do not want that to collapse outward and come down on anyone. there is a lot of work to be done to make sure that this structure is safe before they do any type of work and before they can allow people inside to figure out how this fire started. >> i'm amazed -- i'm amazed
that scaffolding is still out. seven stories high. they have a lot of work to do with that. that is christien kafton love for us in oakland. thank you. three people are in the hospital after a large grass fire in antioch. the fire broke out around 10 pm last night at an apartment complex. contra costa fire said three buildings and 18 units were damaged. three people were taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation and four were treated at the scene. police believe fireworks park the fire. we have new information on the so-called deer complex fiber cal fire saying that residents in 50 homes have been asked to evacuate. crews are battling three fires near brentwood off of deer valley and marsh creek road. the fire broke out around 2:20 am. cal fire said the fires are burning a total of 240 acres. they have managed to put out two of the fires and are working to contain the other one. detainment was estimated at
15%. attorneys for two men charged in the ghost ship warehouse fire are expected to ask a judge to lower their bail so they can get out of jail while awaiting trial. derick almena and max harris appeared in court yesterday but did not enter pleas to 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter in connection with the fire. prosecutors claim the men created a fire hazard that led to the deaths of three dozen people who were attending a party at the warehouse last december. defense attorneys say derick almena and max harris cannot afford their $1 million bail. >> we did not yet enter a plea and this is because we have not yet received all of the discovery to which we believe we were entitled. now, we do have the prosecution agreeing to supply that in short order. >> the suspects to remain in custody. their attorneys will have a chance to argue for lower bail when they are both back in court on august 4.
the suspect in a hit-and- run crash that killed two young boys was taken from the hospital to the jail and martinez where he was booked on murder charges. contra costa chp escorted lemuel sirvonn wilson junior into the jail last night. you can see that he was still wearing a hospital gown and was arraigned on murder charges from his hospital bed on thursday. he's accused of crashing his car into an suv last friday and running from the scene. two brothers were both killed in the crash and their three- month-old brother remains in critical condition. a $50,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the person who called a college student playing pokimon go near aquatic park. calvin riley was a baseball player in san mateo and delta college in stockton. investigators say he was playing pokimon go when he was shot on august 6 of last year. officials have released a sketch of the suspect and had said that he may have left the scene in a white toyota avalon. san jose police are
investigating the death of a 42- year-old man calling a suspicious. police released the surveillance video of a group of men involved in an altercation on june 22. this is on south capitol avenue, south of alum rock avenue. police would not say how they victim died but he was pronounced dead following the fight. detectives want to talk to five of the men seen in the footage. the coroner has yet to officially determine the victim's cause of death. armah state attorney general bill lockyer's wife was arrested for spousal abuse. county sheriffs were called to a home after someone said an intoxicated woman was yelling and throwing things. officials say they found nadia lockyer, a former county supervisor, with a block out -- blood alcohol content of 0.22%. her husband was suffering minor injuries. in a public a book post early this week, she accused her husband of abusive behavior. now to silicon valley -- actually, at 9:40 am, we will be right back. stay with us.
[ music playing ] >> i don't know about you, i want some ice cream and i heard that frank will be making ice cream shortly. here's a live look across the bay and the golden gate bridge. another hot day inland is expected. i'm beginning to see a little fog form over portions of the coast. we will check in on the latest and show you can expect for your neighborhood coming up. when rosemary tells of a tots, we're thinking of ways to cool down. what better way than some homemade ice cream. a local shep has created a new approach to making the delicious treat in half the
time. joining frank outside this morning as a chef instructor with a new ice cream. you better save some for me. >> we will bring it in. and it's hot outside. we have been cooped up for a while but here we are in the le batard -- in the laboratory. you are a neuroscientist by trade turned 30. how did that happen? >> i went to undergraduate for neuroscience but i've been interested in food. my family is very interested in food. i've always cooked and when i learned about molecular gastronomy i realized is the perfect combination of science and food together. >> here we go. we are making ice cream not with ice and assault. we're making it with liquid nitrogen, right? >> rights. we will freeze it quickly. >> when you made it with salt,
i remember cranking up. my dad would say take a few cranks. it would take hours. how quickly can you do it? >> and about a minute. >> what are you doing? >> i have some cream and milk together. some eggs. this is a custard based ice cream. and some sugar. those are the basics of ice cream. i also have some vanilla. of vanilla pod in the been. we will put that in the bag once we are ready to pour this and. >> you blend that? >> we just want to make >> not for very long. put it on at a low speed. then we pour it into this bag. in this case, we're cooking something at a constant temperature in a water bath. so you cannot exceed the temperature of the water. >> now you are putting it in
the water bath. this is 185 degrees fahrenheit. if you've ever made custard come you know you do not want to overcook it. this has been in here for an hour. we are ready to go with this one. >> she came prepared. we are ready to make ice cream, ladies and gentlemen. >> if you put it at the water at 85 degrees, it can't overcook. you will not get that curdled mess. >> a nice constant temperature. now you don't this into a blender or a mixing bowl. >> you want to incorporate some air into it. the faster you freeze it, the smaller the ice crystals. that is good news for smooth ice cream. >> and now the best part. blow her come at a -- below her is the liquid nitrogen. i get this at alliance gas supply. they have a place in san jose and a few other places throughout the sand -- the area.
>> now this is spending. and goes the nitrogen. >> this is the liquid nitrogen. >> how much do you use? >> about the same volume as the ice cream. given that it's cold and you can't touch a, you need to eyeball it. >> this will eventually burn off and leave delicious ice cream. >> yes. it evaporates. you can hear it hitting the ball. it's freezing to the bottom of the ball, which does happen sometimes. let's take a look. >> it's beginning to turn into ice cream. >> it's pretty quick. >> the consistency is a little different, is in a? >> it will be nice. this froze really quickly. it's not as hot as we thought it was. if it gets a little over frozen, it's fine. usually what you will do is put it in the freezer for a little bit so the temperature evens out. it's actually too cold for you to eat right away. it takes a minute or so.
>> while you are dishing this out, tell us about her company. >> i teach the science of cooking and modernist cuisine. i also run culinary vacations. if you travel to eat or if you want to travel for food experiences, it's a good place to come. >> you are going to austin and singapore this year. >> it's great. some travel companies throwing a few food activities. we do 80% food or food related. we go to rt's and all knife makers. it student jason. you not eating the whole time. >> you are making food fun again. >> i'm trying. >> and you also teach a few classes. >> we teach burger class. we make french fries. ice cream. and i also teach a vegan class. and you can learn the basics of molecular gastronomy and modernist techniques. >> can we taste this? >> are you ready? >> i am. this looks great.
can you show the bowl -- >> it froze really quickly. >> i'm going to put the mic right here -- do we have a spoon? >> you don't need a spoon, frank. [ laughter ] >> let me tell you -- that is delicious! it's so different. it's so creamy. all that is is sugar and egg and some cream. >> yes. half milk and half cream. eggs and sugar and vanilla. >> and you can whip this up -- it may be took us three or four minutes to get this done. you need to buy the liquid nitrogen but what a fun treat in the back here. thank you for showing us. let's take it back inside. >> bring it in before you melt. there are some classes if you're interested.
these are on your screen. july 29, make some burgers. august 12, modernist techniques. august 26, more of that. a new way to look at how to cook. that sounds so interesting. that does seem fun. to get the kids something to do during summer break. it is a perfect day to enjoy ice cream. here's a live look from san francisco across the bay. if you're experiencing haze outside your door this morning, we have drift from fires around the state this morning. one is west of brentwood. we do have some folks in the inner east facing that. last night we began to see drift coming from the alamo fire which is in san luis obispo county. if i had to take a guess, i would say mark was maybe at ocean beach this morning. look at this deal. it is a pretty one.
we have blue skies over portions of the coast. we start with blue skies this morning but things are starting to change. look at stormtracker 2. this is a two hour time lapse and we have some clouds working its way down into areas near point reyes. and the beginning to see fog and haze here. it's very light. we do have some fog returning to the coastline. originally we were helping it would cool things down but now it looks like our inland folks will bake again. it's the system here that is working slowly towards the coast and that will bring us a cool down for tomorrow and into the business week. for today, high pressure will remain in control of our weather pattern we will see how far that fog gets. we may be a little bit cloudy along the coast today. the wind remain onshore but very weak. fearful, 10 miles an hour and it's been that way all morning long. that means our inland folks will be hot once again.
97 and napa. 99, santa rosa. closer to the water, perhaps some fog in a localized sea breeze, 76, sausalito. the east bay shore, upper 70s in alameda. 80 in oak. inland, it's a scorcher. 101 and livermore and 101 in antioch. what also warm. 91 in san jose. upper 70s and santa cruz. upper 80s in redwood city and 72 in san francisco. if you're going to see the giants today, upper 60s at game time. with an onshore breeze. it will be nice out there but it could be cool if the sea breeze kicks up. you may want to bring an extra layer. here is a look at the extended forecast. temperatures will begin to cool tomorrow although better as we get back to work on monday.
were looking for work. gains in april and may were revised upwards by 47,000. tensile plant in fremont is cranking out model 3 cars. here's a look at the factory to get a look at the production. the model 3 is the most affordable electric car at $35,000 from tesla. the company is hoping it will give their sales a boost. other companies have begun investing heavily in self driving vehicle technology. tesla has led to number three in the ratings for autonomous vehicles behind ford and gm. there is a long wait for the model 3. a customer who buys one today will not see it delivered until august of next year. 500 low riders from over the state are gathering in san francisco for the king of the streets crews and hopping competition. that kicks off with the low rider cruise this morning and will start on mission street and head over to fort mason. the contest starts at 2:00 and there will be music, dancing and all those cool cars. not a bad way to spend a
saturday. and it may be a little cooler in san francisco. >> san francisco will be nice. 70, 71. >> if you're heading inland, not so much. >> aboard the outdoors if you can. we do have hot weather coming inland. about 100 degrees. a little bit of sunshine and haze from fires burning in and around the state. at the coast, 60s in the forecast and even some fog developing this morning. i have folks tweeting me percocet let me know if it sticks. i want to know if we will cool down a little bit at the coast. the rest of us will cool tomorrow. temperatures begin to drop with better cooling coming for the business week. sprint my staff is telling me ice cream is in route. we will see you tomorrow. >> it is delicious. thank you for joining us. we are following developments with the oakland fire and are
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