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the memorial will consist of a new stone circle inscribed with the names of patients who lost their life to aids. livermore police investigate an officer involved shooting including an armed standoff and a house fire. president trump dealing with fallout after the charlottesville clashes. i'm doug luzader in washington with more just ahead.>> this is "ktvu mornings on 2". >> 7:00 on this thursday morning i'm gasia mikaelian good morning, i'm frank mallicoat let's get you out the door and find out how your thursday is shaping up. >> it is a little bit warmer, good morning everyone we have more fog but also a little bit of slightly warmer temperatures. first the eclipse forecast for us, low clouds are likely over
the bay but usually by 9:00 some of that moves out but it could be tough from oakland to san francisco. things are looking mostly good inland just a few clouds. we have a lot of low clouds continuing to push inland but the lows are much warmer in the upper 50s near 64 some at the coast so not long until we get hot with some clouds -- areas pushing near 90 and 100 degrees. for the baseball game tonight mild at 65 and mostly clear. oakland in the 60s, alameda 62, san francisco in the 60s. temperatures have come up and it is not as cold as it was but there is a good surge in the fog. 59 half-moon bay, 61 concord, 60 livermore, fremont 60, 61 san jose and brentwood 62. inland temperatures are
marching up and the coast and bay are getting near average and slightly above. 7:02, sal tells us the traffic is moderate. we have some slowing at the bay bridge but i am encouraged because there is not a huge backup. there is a small backup waiting on the bridge but the ramp from 880 is not as crowded as normal getting into san francisco is okay after you make it to the bridge. there is a live picture of the traffic headed over to treasure island. also this is interstate also this is interstate 880 in north oakland. northbound traffic is a little bit slow because of an earlier crash. on the peninsula improvement southbound 280 near 92 there was one crash but that seems to be gone. likewise northbound 101 a little bit set back north of blossom hill road to the 280
interchange. let's go back to the desk. we spoke with police about a deadly shooting that happened in livermore. authorities shot and killed the armed suspect. >> it was last night at a mobile home park near interstate 580 e. of livermore municipal airport. leigh martinez is at the scene where investigators spent the night looking into what happened. >> reporter: investigators will be here for some time. you can see there is still a scene out here. that have blocked off several corners of this mobile home park. the mobile command post is here and you can see a couple investigators walking around. this all started just before 9:00 last night, neighbors east of the municipal airport. when officers arrived they say a man was armed with a rifle and retreated inside of a mobile
home. he then fired multiple rounds inside of the house. a crisis negotiator was brought in by two hours later a fire started in the suspect's home believed to have been set by the suspect. he then came outside armed. >> the subject came out the front door armed with a shotgun. the subject refused to obey commands and they try to negotiate with him and they eventually fired on the subject. immediately first aid was rendered but he was deceased on the scene.>> reporter: livermore police say that no officers were injured and no one else was found in the house. the fire crew was large and a witness said the fire spread to the trees. the local fire department quickly put out the fire. the name of the suspect has not been released to the public yet. livermore police say currently
they don't know exactly what the suspect was firing at while inside the house or the origin of the fire but they believe the suspect was the one who set the fire.>> did police give you any indication they had spoke with the man in the past that he had any history with law enforcement?>> reporter: the lieutenant says he is not familiar. he will still have to interview the officers that were out on scene. >> leigh martinez, thank you. president trump on twitter this morning tweeting about confederate monuments causing more controversy. the president says it is set to see the history and culture of our country being ripped apart and calls for moving the monuments foolish. he says the beauty of the monuments will be greatly missed. the president criticizing lindsey graham this morning by saying publicity seeking lindsey graham stated i said there is moral equivalency
between the [null] , neo-nazis and people like heather heyer such a lie. as doug luzader reports from washington the backlash over the president's response to charlottesville does not appear to be diminishing. >> president trump more isolated in the aftermath of the charlottesville violence and his shifting responses to what happened. in charlottesville a vigil overnight peaceful despite fears of protesters disrupting the event. on a day when the woman who was killed over the weekend was remembered. the mother of heather heyer with a passionate plea for others to follow her daughter. >> i would rather have my child but if i have to give her up we will make it count. >> pressure on the president is building after his comments that both sides were to blame for the clashes in charlottesville seen by some as morally equivalent. more defections from his business counsel to the point
where the president disband them tweeting rather than put pressure on the business people on the manufacturing counsel i am ending both. democrats have broadly condemned the president and while republicans join others were supportive including secretary of veterans affairs david schulken. >> i was with president trump saturday as the events were unfolding. he was upset. >> controversial advisor steve bannon gives a rare interview to the american prospect calling the [null] and white nationalist protesters losers . the president himself remained relatively quiet on the subject yesterday. >> i think the strategy is stop digging. they did not have the president out to continue to talk about this in a way that undoes what he did on monday. >> the president hoping to turn the page on all of this is
headed to camp david tomorrow for discussions on south asia. in washington doug luzader foxnews. jackie spear calls president trump to be removed from the process -- oval office using the 25th amendment. >> there has been a mountain of evidence that has been growing that would suggest the president is unstable, that he is impulsive and it would be dangerous for him to be in a position of determining whether or not to push a button and engage us in a nuclear war. jackie speier echoed her feelings on twitter saying there are signs of erratic behavior and mental instability that place the country in great danger. time to invoke the 25th amendment. it has never been used. that allows for the vice president and a majority of the
cabinet to temporarily remove a president from office by declaring him unable to discharge the duties of the office. 2/3 votes in congress would be required. congressman eric swallow his questioning the president's mental stability in an appearance at livermore yesterday he called the president on focused and unstable. he also said it is time for the democrats and republicans to recognize president trump can't lead us. >> an update on a longtime couple just a ported to mexico separated from their family. their flight landed in mexico city three hours ago. the family had their final goodbye last night at the airport. maria sanchez and her husband could not obtain green cards even though they spent the last 23 years in oakland. they took their american-born son with them to mexico. their daughters are in the united states still. we will hear from the family.
controversy over human trafficking in oakland. federal agents with home answer -- land security converged on a home in oakland yesterday. many people are questioning the sanctuary city status of oakland. oakland is a century city so federal agents are not supposed to work with local authorities. one woman says agents told him they were investigating a janitorial business. the state of california's connection to the confederacy and how recent effects -- events are renewing historical events. award winning interface. award winning design.
san jose task force investigating mobile home park fires that claimed three lives tuesday afternoon. officials are looking for the cause of this fire an older men and two girls preparing to enter the fifth grade this week were trapped inside when the home caught fire. family members say they lived with their elderly uncle. another girl says a young boy who was often with the girls survived. >> they are really good friends and they are really kind. they are generous and honest. >> i know we can't bring the lives back but please clean up the house it is totally shattered. please do something to help them stand back on their feet. >> the neighbor has started a gofundme paid for the victim's family to help find the link on
ktvu.com look under web links. a car thief is dead after a high-speed chase. the man stole an suv from a car dealership east of downtown la and then led police on a high- speed chase lasting for several hours. the men ended up at the port where he ditched the suv and climbed to the top of a crane. helicopter crews watched as he walked and sat on the crane for hours eventually he walked to the end of the crane over the water either jumped or slipped to his death. we are following a story from yesterday about an army black hawk helicopter in hawaii. searchers have found a home and pieces near a sure off of hawaii but the soldiers are missing. the helicopter went down during a nighttime training exercise tuesday night.
two jetblue crewmembers were taken to the hospital after getting sick on a flight from boston to charleston, south carolina. firefighters were called to the airport before the plane landed yesterday. crewmembers felt sick after smelling a strong odor coming from the cabin while in-flight. there are reports the order may have come from male polish remover. a similar incident happened last thursday when a jetblue flight headed to san diego was diverted after three crewmembers reportedly got sick. it has been a week of troublesome commutes, yesterday was all right how about today?>> today is about the same. have been talking about this for a while. the commutes are about to change as they do as schools start but today does not look troubling. at the macarthur maze you can see the traffic is okay coming around the corner to the bay bridge and when you get to the span traffic will get improved. there is a delay to the toll
plaza however but it is a little bit better than yesterday and again this is a look at the maze. northbound 880 traffic is beginning to slow down partially due to an earlier problem on 880 near fifth but that is gone now. i wouldn't worry about this too much, the crash on the peninsula southbound 280 has cleared. as we step back we don't have a lot of red but we do have slowed traffic on the san mateo and on the dumbarton bridge it is slow across that span to east palo alto, let's bring in steve with your forecast. there is a lot of fog out of there. looking ahead to monday the solar eclipse forecast low clouds are likely. even the national weather service sent out a graphic on the future clouds looking like lower clouds for the coast. some over the bay and then mostly clear inland.
there are some hints on the simulated satellite images of a few clouds over napa and lake county. many of you are either on your way or about to head out to oregon and idaho. oregon we have been talking about this looking mostly good just a few clouds developing. there will be some in southeast idaho and then a band moving across the middle of the state. maybe not enough to completely obscure things but there are signs into idaho more so than oregon. we have a lot of fog and low clouds but it will be mild warm and hot today from the upper 60s to near 100 toward clearlake. the lows are way up so it won't take long to warm-up. we have had a cool week 15 to 20 below on monday. each day we have been bumping up, yesterday near average,
today above or close to it. most locations are in the trend. san francisco near average today . 92 is the record from 1892, the giants are back in town against the phillies. it looks like a mild night mostly clear at 65 with a variable breeze. may be a light jacket will do. 50s and 60s in the city and alameda 62, oakland at 60 so it is mild compared to a couple of weeks ago. remember the system from monday? look at this, jim cantore from the national weather service says mid august? this looks like mid-october. we have a similar train of thought this is a good system so maybe a sign or trend of things to come with more coming down the pipeline.
fog and low clouds retreat but we are starting off mild in the 50s and 60s so it won't be long until we warm-up. 61 pittsburgh, 61 martinez, livermore 57, after the fog we could have some thunderstorms in the sierra but we have some warmer temperatures inland coast and bay with a warmer forecast into at least friday. saturday looks like a transition day. near 100 for clear like -- lake. 72 in sausalito to richmond and lower 90s in concord, pittsburgh, antioch and brentwood. 76 berkeley and oakland. kind of a cool week for the santa clara valley. saratoga back into the 80s today with daly city mild at 66, 77 san mateo and 83 in palo alto. warmer weather into friday and saturday cooling-off sunday and monday. students in the north bay
relationship with the president and corporate america definitely having an effect on wall street. let's look at the opening bell as we were talking about walmart one of the biggest retailers coming in with mixed earnings reports. stock is down it is the world's biggest retailer so taking others down with it. checking in on the numbers across the board the dow nasdaq and s&p 500 are all down. a live look at the dow down 130 points. 21,899, nasdaq below 6283 down the full percentage point and the s&p 500 down more than .5%. a new survey says most people who rent their home in the bay area plan to leave. a study by apartment list says 83% of bay area renters plan to leave. nearly 2/37 cost of living is
the biggest reason for moving. 13% say it is job-related. 10% say it is the commute. that is why they believe. the san francisco business times reports recent surveys show 1/3 of all bay area residents plan to leave because of the high cost of living and bad commute. seasonal work starts now. halloween is two months away and spirit hollowing has announced it is hiring 20,000 temporary workers across the country. many jobs are here in the bay area. the company expects to be busy this year the hottest items expected to be costumes related to stranger things and wonder woman, for children the popular tv shows will it be the hot items. with many kids going back to school there are many free apps to help children and parents. life 360 keeps the family
connected. stay in touch with one tap chickens which could be cooler for your child than having to call you. if there is ever a problem an instant alert is set to the family. you can even chat. for older kids there is a new driver protect subscription service which will automatically detect if you have an accident and contact emergency services. plenty of help with homework as well, one app gives children the right answers and teaches them how to find the answer themselves using artificial intelligence to answer challenging homework questions. students can ask questions in six languages. instead of just using google the app will just teach your kids the concepts. make sure you are sitting and doing your homework with your kids. my daughter showed me you can
just take a picture with your phone of the problem and it will give you the answer. there you go. it is better to find one that will help teach your child. it is amazing what is out there but definitely do some policing. >> my kids were amazed because i used a pensive -- piece of paper and pencil and did some math. >> good for you. state lawmakers are considering a bill to start school later in the morning to give students extra time to sleep. under the proposal school would begin no earlier than 8:30. the marin county school district is instituting later start times this morning for example nevada high school
beginning at 8:00, middle school 8:20, elementary school 8:40. the independent journal shows the students perform better with extra rest but opponents say parents need to be more firm with bedtime. coming up next, tim cook takes a stand against president trump. when we come back what cook has said about his comments on charlottesville and the donation in response to the violence. a local family split apart after a long fight to stay in the us. more on this immigration saga and a tearful goodbye last night as the nurse and her husband left the bay area for mexico. this is the new comfort food.
7:30 welcome back to "mornings on 2". thursday morning august 17 i'm gasia mikaelian good morning, i'm frank mallicoat. let's get you out the door with a weather check.>> good morning. it is a foggy morning for many but not for all. not much of a breeze with temperatures mild with a lot of lows around 60 degrees including the coast and san francisco so i don't think it will take long to warm-up when the fog burns off. we have the fog pretenders have been inching up. those low clouds look to be in the forecast for monday morning possible in part of the bay but
inland is your best bet along with higher elevations. a good fog bank is making its presence known early in the morning and then it will peak out about now. thursday mild warm and hot, 60s , 70s, 80s and 90s. the phillies are in town for the giants tonight looking good tonight. 50s and 60s currently. hayward 63, brentwood 63, 59 novato . on the peninsula 62 menlo park, redwood city 63, 60 in fremont, upper 50s monteiro and moss beach. pacifica beachcomber at 56. hazy sunshine 60s 70s and 80s with some 90s returning that have been gone for four days. 7:31 sal what do you have?
we have slow traffic in some areas sometimes accidents happen and even when they clear we have delays. let's start with the east shore freeway driving from richmond or vallejo to the macarthur maze it is not slow but there is some congestion. 27 minutes that is pretty good but the times will probably be going up. this is a look at the bay bridge 10 to 15 minute delay. traffic is going to be slow when you get to the bridge. this is 880 northbound. we had an earlier crash 880 northbound at fifth. it took a little while to clear it but the backup is now slow. there could be something we don't know about in the backup because that is looking slow for this time of the morning northbound passing the coliseum. i would suggest an alternate route of 580 west. a developing story in livermore where the man was
shot and killed as his home caught fire. last night neighbors reported a man at a mobile home park near the airport in livermore acting bizarre challenging people to fights when officers arrived he retreated to the home and armed himself with a shotgun. the man-made suicidal statements and fired his gun. the crisis negotiator spoke with the men two hours after the 911 call a fire started in the home. he then came out with a shotgun that is what prompted officers to shoot him. no one else was hurt, coming up we will have a live report from livermore and an update on the police investigation. a bay area nurse and her husband arrived in mexico after losing their fight against deportation. alex savidge live in the newsroom with more on the story. >> this couple left behind three children in the us as they left for mexico last night. they have lived in the country for 23 years. they have tried to gain legal
status over the years but ultimately immigration officials ordered them out. this was the scene at sfo last night as maria sanchez and her husband gave a tearful goodbye to their children and other family members. they boarded a flight to mexico city which landed this morning. the couple leaves behind three daughters ages 16, 21 and 23. their 12-year-old son is going with them to mexico however. sanchez is a nurse at highland hospital in oakland. she talked to us last night before the flight left. >> all of a sudden i am wondering now, where do i belong? am i going back to try to figure out what is going to happen now? >> sanchez and her husband have spent 15 years trying to obtain green cards with no luck.
last week california senator dianne feinstein stepped in asking authorities to reverse the deportation order. those attempts were unsuccessful and now feinstein is trying to introduce a bill in the senate next month to have that deportation order overturned. it is unclear when the mother and father will be able to see their daughters again. the daughters here in the us because immigration law prohibits them from returning to the us for at least a decade. by the way the couple are considering possibly a move to canada where she hopes to find work as a nurse. 7:35, this money president trump says it is set confederate statues and monuments are being removed across the country. the series of tweets say it is set to see the history and culture of our country being ripped apart with the removal of our beautiful statues and
monuments. he goes on to say you can't change history but you can learn from it. who is next, washington, jefferson? he ends with the beauty that is being taken out of our city and parks will be greatly missed. baltimore has removed several confederate monuments and statues of general robert e lee, stonewall jackson and other generals. they were all taken down by crews as residents watched. in new york a plaque dedicated to generally was removed from a broken church. many cities are debating the fate of similar statues and monuments. in southern california it confederate monument at the hollywood cemetery has been removed after hundreds demanded it be taken down. the six foot stone marker and plaque was a memorial for the 30 confederate veterans buried at the cemetery. the cemetery has received calls and emails asking for the removal.
there have also been other attempts to remove symbols of the confederacy in california. two years ago after the charleston church shooting state senator steve glaeser proposed banning the names of confederate leaders on roads public parks schools and other public property. the bill passed but the governor jerry brown vetoed it saying it was a matter for local towns and schools to decide. >> these people, the symbols belonged in our history books. it is an important lesson to learn from. but they don't belong in a place of honor in a public facility. >> there are only a handful of sites in the state with any connection to the confederacy. 200 protesters gathered outside of the alameda county sheriff's office last night. upset over the sheriff's opposition to propose the sanctuary state bill. they wanted to end cooperation with ice. after the events in
charlottesville and an accidental retweet by a sheriff's deputy about a white supremacist video. the request was delivered demanding all copies of communication between the sheriff and federal officials. they also called on governor jerry brown to support senate bill 54 making california a sanctuary state. >> we are in a moment in this country where you need to make a choice where you stand. elected officials should stand with the people that voted them into office. >> the sheriff's spokesman says he had been researching richard spencer to prepare for possible protests and he accidentally retweeted the post. it was by no means intentional. a permit granted for a protest in san francisco is drawing criticism. the parks service is reconsidering the decision to let a right-wing group holds a rally there later this month.
the group is planning an event august 26, last night the group said they will make their final decision on the permit within the next seven business days after a safety review. this change of heart comes after pressure from dianne feinstein and city leaders. facebook has banned the account of a white nationalist over the weekend. profile pages of christopher cantwell have been removed as well as pages connected to his podcast. he lives in new hampshire and was listed on flyers promoting the rally. he was featured in a documentary on monday in which he voiced support for violent protesting. apple pay and paypal are disabling support for websites that sell clothing and other items with [null] symbols and support for his groups. apple says they pulled support from the sites because their activity violates long-standing guidelines and paypal says it works to ensure its services
are not used to accept payments for activities that promote hate violence or racial intolerance. last night tim cook announced apple will be making two separate one million-dollar donations to the southern poverty law center and the anti- defamation league in response to the violence intro to go. tim cook says i disagree with the president and others who believe there is a moral equivalence between white supremacists and nazis and those who oppose them. claiming they are counter to our ideals. he says apple will match employee donation's to human rights groups between now and september 30. a call for president trump to be removed from office. more on the local politician calling for the change. first, shock on the san jose university campus.
alameda county tonight -- this morning. controversy at san jose state. the issue over the return of your professor accused of sexually harassing a student. lewis aptekar is returning to campus for the fall semester. in 2015 a student claimed he made inappropriate remarks and said he wanted to date her. the school said the allegations were substantiated. lewis aptekar was suspended without pay. san jose state another allegation came to light from a different student in 2014 but those allegations were not substantiated. the attorney for lewis aptekar says her client has been vindicated. >> i understand there is a prior finding against dr. lewis aptekar but the complete story is not out there. >> the professor will teach two graduate-level courses. families -- family of a missing young woman, natalee holloway may be getting
answers. her father announced yesterday remains have been found in aruba where his daughter went missing on graduation trip. the tip came from someone who claimed to have helped dispose of the body with jaran van der sloot the man suspected of playing a role in her disappearance. the remains were found behind a house. jaran van der sloot is serving a 28 year sentence in peru for killing another woman . we are helping you get to school as more children are going back to class. >> we are beginning to see a transition of the commute from the summer pattern which, by the way wasn't very light. we won't be going from completely light traffic to heavy traffic we're just going from heavy to heavier. this is a look at the bay bridge backed up now that things are improving a little
bit as we can tell looking at the ramps from 8802 the toll plaza. 880 is quite slow this morning we had two crashes one at fifth and one near 23rd, they have been moved but traffic is still slow. i would recommend using 580 westbound. looking at the peninsula, highway 101 is slow into san mateo. 280 we had an accident that has been cleared so looking at the commute traffic is moderate. this is the south bay commute with the freeways getting to the west valley very slow let's bring in steve with your forecast. a lot of low clouds and fog. yuriko alaska flight 222 coming from portland on time getting ready to pick you up so you can look at the eclipse. actually i think it is southwest. okay keep track of that let us
know what flight that is. the solar eclipse with a low clouds possible and fair skies so get away from the coast. that is how it is looking now and further inland we should be okay. oregon looking all right and there will be a mix of clouds slicing through idaho. we don't know if they will obscure anything but it will not be clear yet. some clouds in idaho not so much in oregon. low clouds and fog currently for us. we have lows near 60 so when the fog burns up temperatures will pop up. 60s 70s and 80s for most some in the lower 90s. after it -- some cooler days now we are near average. okun 76, livermore 82 last week now at 89. san jose 83 right where you should be. 68 and 55 is average for the city, 71 was the low and now we
are at 71 four the high actually and 68 is our average. there you go look at that southwest flight. the giants are back in town against the phillies so it looks kind of miles at 65 degrees mostly clear tonight. 60s in oakland. 61 alameda, 58 in the city, downtown. these are mild compared to a couple of days ago. right now the fog is starting to retreat with a little bit of a breeze. 50s and 60s giving way to 70s 80s and 90s. 58 saratoga, 59 san martin. santa cruz mountains, inland or near the coast we are all about the same. thunderstorms over the sierra we do have 100 degrees at clear
lake with 80s in between. around the bay 70s and 80s as temperatures bump up today and into tomorrow. and then saturday could be the transition date as things are looking cooler. also, monday the all-important monday let's not get too far ahead.>> have to check out the eclipse. i am off to portland for a couple of days for monday. we will follow the eclipse into the coast. thank you, steve. coming up, a warning from pg&e what the utility company is telling customers to do during monday's solar eclipse. adding another job to his resume, the joke on social media by derek carr has a lot
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foot so the community get to know police and people who live in fear now feel a difference. five years ago maria beverly's son was killed but she is very grateful for the difference. >> we have not had a homicide this year so thank god. >> 99% of the community are hard-working people doing the right thing so they needed the 1% to be dealt with. we are calling people out and holding them accountable. >> the chief says there are other contributing factors including community programs cleaning up graffiti and handing out bikes. more money is coming into east palo alto as silicon valley workers are now moving into town. the chief hopes to add three police officers this year so call response times can be improved. authorities are looking for a man accused of carjacking and kidnapping. this man, vincent wilson was driving a stolen car in martinez monday morning he was
chased into pleasant hill where he later crashed injured a driver and a two-year-old. there were both treated and released from the hospital. following the crash wilson carjacked a separate vehicle and forced that driver to take them to martinez. he later took off on foot. five people and to my children are hospitalized after a t-bone crash in east oakland. four victims are in critical condition. investigators say last night a car hit the passenger side of another vehicle near 50 fifth avenue and international boulevard. six people were injured in the collision but one of the victims declined to go to the hospital. at one point several victims were trapped in their car and needed to be extricated. hemophilia advocates and survivors will meet at the national aids memorial in san francisco. tomorrow will mark 27 years
since the ryan white care act was passed creating a program to prevent blood contamination. this came after 90% of people with severe hemophilia were infected with hiv. the memorial will consist of a new stone circle inscribed with the names of patients who lost their lives to aids. a new system being tested at subway train systems in la. body scanners are being used to detect guns and explosives as part of a pilot program. the metropolitan transportation authority says the machines can scan 600 people per hour. the program could become permanent at la subway stations. that program comes as bart is dealing with a 41% rise in violent crime. bart will host an event today to increase officer recruitment. all of this leads to the question of the day. as la tests out body scanners should bart consider them kick -- and here are the results,
70% say yes and 30% say no. let us know what you think. raiders fans relax your quarterback derek carr is not trading his helmet for a guitar. he played a practical joke on social media posting a music video online suggesting he was dropping football for music. the video teased he was releasing a debut single but he later said it was all a joke. his brother later tweeted very funny derek very funny. >> when you make $25 million throwing a football i would stick to it. coming up we are following that developing news from livermore where a tense scene unfolded. more on the fire and the shooting that is now under investigation. controversial tweets from the president this morning what the president is saying and why
with a house fire the latest coming up. president trump dealing with fallout after the charlottesville clashes. i'm doug luzader in washington with more. this is "ktvu mornings on 2". >> good morning welcome back to "mornings on 2" it is thursday, august 17 i'm mike mibach i'm gasia mikaelian let's get you out the door, kids are headed to school today little bit cooler this morning but feeling good. >> i could feel it out there this morning. solar eclipse time on monday. looking like fog. definitely looking like fog over parts of the bay starting a 9:00 usually by then the fog is burning back but from oakland to san francisco it can be tough. mostly clear inland with a hint of clouds but not enough to
obscure things. fog more to the north maybe today than the south. santa clara valley could be clearing out much faster, for some there is good fog over san pablo with the onshore breeze but this is all decreasing. 50s and 60s we should be warming up quickly because the lows are very mild. 58 and 60 around the parks. novato 60, napa 60, bodega bay 60 degrees. when the fog retreats and burns back we are looking for warmer temperatures and near average to slightly above. 8:01, moderate traffic or what? you ruined it, i had everyone convinced you were a scratch golfer. just go with it. good morning, by the way that means you make part on almost every hole.
let's go out and look at the commute. if you're driving on 80 westbound from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze traffic will be moderate. i have seen improvement at the bay bridge and the first thing to improve as always you know the answer the ramp when that gets better the rest of the bay bridge usually follows and we are hoping for that. 880 giving us more room now we had to my crashes that have been removed by traffic is slower than usual. 580 westbound is slow i would use that instead of 880. on the peninsula a lot of slow traffic on the 101 and bayshore freeway from after the airport headed into san carlos and belmont and menlo park and also mountain view so we are having a rough one on the peninsula and on the dumbarton bridge. 8:02 back to the desk. back to the developing story from livermore or police
shot and killed an armed suspect. >> residents called police about a man challenging people to fight at the park. leigh martinez reports on the events that begin with the 911 call and end with a deadly police shooting and fire. police investigate a deadly officer involved shooting that began last night around 9:00 after neighbors east of municipal airport on the street via desta reported a man acting bizarre challenging people to fight. when officers arrived he was armed with a rifle. he then retreated inside of a mobile home. he fired multiple rounds in the house. a crisis negotiator was brought in, but after two hours a fire started in the suspect's home believed to have been set by the suspect. he then came outside armed. >> when the subject came out armed with a shotgun he refused to obey commands and he was not
negotiating. officers eventually fired on the subject , they immediately rendered first aid but he was pronounced deceased on the scene. >> no officers were injured and no one else was in the house. the fire was considerably large and spread to the trees. the livermore pleasanton fire department quickly put out the fire. livermore police have not released the name of the suspect. at this time they do not know exactly what the suspect was firing at when he was in the house or the origins as to where the fire started. from livermore leigh martinez, ktvu fox 2 news president trump active on twitter this morning criticizing the movement to remove confederate monuments and statues across the country. the president says it is sad to see the history and culture of our country being ripped apart. he calls removing the monuments foolish. he goes on to say the beauty of
the monuments will be greatly missed. the president is also criticizing republican senator lindsey graham saying that publicity seeking lindsey graham falsely stated that i said there is moral equivalency between the [null], neo-nazis and white supremacists with people like heather heyer such a disgusting lie. as doug luzader reports the response does not appear to be diminishing. >> president trump more isolated in the aftermath of the charlottesville violence and his shifting responses to what happened. in charlottesville a vigil overnight. peaceful despite fears that protesters might disrupt the event. on a day when the woman killed over the weekend has been remembered in a memorial service. the mother of heather heyer with a passionate plea. >> i would rather have my child but if i have to give her up we
will make it count. >> pressure on the president building after his comments that both sides were to blame for the clashes in charlottesville seen by some as moral equivalence. more defections from his business council to the point where he decided to disband them tweeting rather than putting pressure on the business people of the manufacturing council and strategy and policy forum i am ending both. democrats have broadly condemned the president and some republicans have joined the chorus but others in the administration have been supportive encoding secretary of veterans affairs david schulken. >> i was with president trump on saturday as the events were unfolding. he was upset and outraged. >> controversial advisor steve bannon with a rare interview calling the nazi and white nationalist protesters losers and a fringe element that must be crushed. the president remained relatively quiet on the subject yesterday. >> i think the strategy today
has been to stop digging they didn't have the president continuing to talk about this on doing what he tried to do monday so they have made some progress. >> the president hoping to turn the page on all of this is headed to camp david tomorrow for discussions on south asia. in washington doug luzader fox news. bay area congresswoman jackie speier calling for president trump to be removed from office under the 25th amendment.>> it has been a mountain of evidence that has been growing that would suggest the president is unstable that he is impulsive and that it would be dangerous for him to be in a position of determining whether or not to you know, push the button and engage us in a nuclear war. >> the congresswoman said on twitter there are signs of erratic behavior and mental
instability placing the country in great danger. time to invoke the 25th amendment. it has never been used it allows for the vice president and the cabinet to temporarily remove the president from office by declaring him unable to discharge the duties of the office. a 2/3 vote would be required to keep the president from returning to office. east bay congressman eric swalwell questioning president trump's stability he called the president on focused and unstable yesterday. he also said it is time for everyone to recognize the president can't lead us. an update on a couple that has been deported to mexico. their flight landed in mexico city four hours ago. the family had their final tearful goodbye last night at the airport. perea sanchez and her husband could not obtain regards even though they spent the last 23 years in oakland.
they took their 12-year-old son with them to mexico while their three daughters remain in the united states. coming up we will hear from the family as they could spend the next 10 years apart. controversy over a human trafficking rate in oakland, agents with homeland security converged on a home on 27th street yesterday morning and many are questioning the city's commitment to the century city policy because oakland police were assigned to provide traffic control during the raid. oakland is a century city and police are not supposed to work with federal immigration authorities. a woman at the house says agents detained her adoptive brother and brother-in-law from guatemala. she says agents told them they were investigating the family's janitorial business. >> i was sleeping at the time. i just heard screaming and rumbling. i told my husband let me go outside and check what is going on. i heard already ice was doing sweeps across the bay area.
>> several people gathered to protest this operation. the oakland police chief says because this was a raid connected with human trafficking not immigration she instructed officers to provide traffic control. >> students in the north bay have something to look forward to today when it go back to school. the reason they are getting an extra hour of sleep. plus, they were best friends. what we are learning about the young children killed in a mobile home fire in san jose. good morning it is still pretty slow in downtown oakland it has been slow because of a couple of earlier problems and a couple of new things. everything pointing toward a warmer pattern for the next couple of days. will be changed by the weekend? more on that coming up.
people who live in the golden wheel mobile home park are trying to help a family that lost relatives tuesday afternoon. the arson task force is looking for the cause of the fire. an older men and two girls who were about to enter fifth-grade were trapped in the home. family members say uyen tran lived there with her elderly uncle, the other girl linda van was her best friend and everyone says they were always together. a young boy who was friends with the two spoke with us about the girls.>> they are
really good friends and they are really kind, they are generous and honest. >> please, help them with their house it is totally shattered. please do something to help them . >> the neighbor has started a gofundme page for the victim's families. to help find a link on ktvu.com and look under web links. a suspected car thief is dead after a high-speed chase that ended at the port of los angeles, a man stolen suv from a car dealership east of downtown la and led police on the chase. he ended up at the port where he ditched the suv and climbed to the top of a crane. helicopter crews watched as he walked and sat on the crane after dark he walked to the end of the crane hanging over the water and either jumped or
slipped to his death. we are following a story from yesterday. an army black hawk helicopter went down in hawaii with five soldiers on board. searchers have found a helmet and pieces of the helicopter. the soldiers are still missing, the helicopter went down during a training exercise tuesday night. two jetblue crewmembers were taken to the hospital after getting sick on a flight from boston to charleston. the firefighters were called to the airport yesterday before the plane landed, the crewmembers felt sick after smelling a strong order from the cabin. there are reports that the order may have come from nail polish remover. a similar incident happened last thursday when a jetblue flight headed to san diego was diver did after three crewmembers purported sickness. a nice right into oakland this morning hopefully a good commute for everyone. >> it is kind of like the calm before the storm.
things are going to get more crowded as more people get back into school including parents driving their kids and college students driving to campus. let's look at highway 24 westbound as you drive past lafayette bart . it is a nice drive between walnut creek through lafayette into oakland. in oakland we have slow traffic at the toll plaza but there is also a delay on the east shore freeway from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. here is the toll plaza suddenly more crowding with more cars coming through. some people have been held up on this freeway. 880 had a couple of crashes and now things are slow even though the crashes are gone. let's bring in steve with your forecast. good morning everybody. a lot of the fog out of there with temperatures that bottomed out on monday very cool 15 to 20 below average and we are
slowly climbing up. tuesday 70s, yesterday 80s now back to the 80s. our good friend cassie over by half moon bay says after 11 days the sun came out finally. it was 65 and so beautiful. there is half moon bay. the lows are much warmer for many by the coast moss beach 59, montero at 59. pacifica at 56. after that we have 60s including union city and fremont. from san mateo and belmont to san carlos to redwood city 61 and 64. 61 woodside and 61 in oakland. alameda stock at 62. san francisco 68. much more mild conditions and because of
that when the fog burns back temperatures will warm up quickly. west southwest breeze so we have the onshore breeze. 50s and 60s on the temperatures with a low clouds hanging around with thunderstorms firing up over the sierra yesterday. another round of that today although we had a system triggering some activity things should be more calm today with afternoon thunderstorms possible over the higher terrain and into northeast california. fog and haze with a lot of smoke from the fires in northern california, oregon, british columbia. 60s 70s 80s 90s and 100 degrees in clear lake. lower 90s to the east and the same for the santa clara valley. a cool week until today san jose at 83, 60s 70s and 80s along the coast and in the peninsula. warmer friday with a cool down
sunday and monday. already nervous about monday for the eclipse. >> the general rule the further inland you are the further up the better.>> timing doesn't help. if it was later in the afternoon we would be good. >> thank you very much. the solar eclipse won't be in totality in california but we will get a good view. it is still having a big impact on us, more how pg&e says it will impact our power usage.
well, i swung and i missed if you didn't strike gold in the powerball drawing nobody else did either the jackpot $510 million. your next shot is saturday. pga will hold a news conference to make sure the solar eclipse won't cause flooding issues, the eclipse will impact the power grid solar panels need the sun to generate electricity and the eclipse will cut solar energy by 75% in the bay area. at the peak of the eclipse there could be an energy shortage of 2600 megawatts. pg&e along with the public utilities commission are coordinating services. the energy gap will be filled using resources like hydropower. the first coast-to-coast solar eclipse causing a stir on
social media. some companies manufacturing protective glasses have received certification from nasa some companies are making 20 different glasses hot sellers include t-shirts hats and a huge demand of hotels and camping sites. in the path of totality people are looking for the best viewing spots. >> we saw that a month ago. rates are 30% higher than normal so there is strong demand growing as people get excited. >> the makers of moon pies noticed the natural bond with the eclipse they say since then sales have skyrocketed. >> moon pie is running 24 hours a day celebrating the eclipse and we have requests from all over to have moon pies. >> mike thought those worse
more's. i picked up three of these sheets of stamps releasing a special edition eclipse camp -- stamp. use heat from your finger to trigger the special ink on the stamp to reveal the moon. we have three sheets i don't think we will use them. i love stamps. i went to another post office and they were sold out. don't forget we have all the solar eclipse coverage waiting for you on monday morning. extended coverage begins at 9:00 on ktvu.com lawmakers are considering starting school later in the morning to give students more time for sleep. middle and high schools would begin no earlier than 8:30, one school district has instituted later start times this morning. novato begins at 8:00, middle schools 8:20 and elementary
schools 8:40. studies show students perform better with better rest but opponents say parents need to be more strict on bedtimes. low-income families are helping get back to school supplies, new clothing and backpacks filled with supplies will be given away today the need is so great the event was extended one extra day. a mother who came to pick out back-to-school clothes for her daughters says she is grateful for the help. >> i have a budget of $600 a month which goes straight to my rent. i rent out a very small room every month for $600. i have no money left. >> it makes me feel like i am a new student, i am ready for school. >> saint anthony's says the giveaway will help 400 children. the clothing and supplies were donated from companies like a gap and people dropping off
donations. the world's highest-paid actress is emma stone she made $26 million last year. a lot of that came from her oscar award-winning performance in la la land. jennifer aniston came in second with $25 million and jennifer lawrence who was number one last year is number three this year making $24 million. it is kevin durant day on the east coast, the warriors star was honored being greeted by a victory parade this morning joined by the nba championship trophy which the team won in june against the cavaliers. he had donated $1 million to this community to go toward basketball and other sports programs. big changes coming to public transportation in los angeles. how new security measures are being put into place. a bay area family split
apart after a fight to stay in the us. coming up, more on this deportation saga and the tearful goodbyes last night. we still have some slow traffic in the east bay and south bay. right now a live look at highway 24 shows improvement on the freeway headed to the tunnel. improvement for some with a little less fog and some temperatures will be bumping up not too hot but warmer than most inland. upper 80s and lower 90s for some.
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so much talk about the eclipse we can forget the 49ers and raiders plate saturday night. >> that is correct probably getting hot at levi stadium in the evening that will help but upper 80s probably. 70s for us but already some breaks in the cloud coverage. toward san jose and morgan hill it is retreating maybe a little in los altos. we are getting some burn off compared to the last couple of mornings where it was stuck for a while. santa clara 62, san jose state meteorology department says 65 so they are warming up quickly. 60 santa cruz and 60 in gilroy. today is the day being held in check. may be a little warmer for some now the fog is not as far inland but thicker toward the north bay and over the bay. high-pressure building with a couple of little guys being triggered in the sierra but we
have the onshore breeze. redwood 66, concord 63, oakland 62. we are warming up and it won't take long because the lows were mainly around 60 degrees including the coast. 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s. 8:31 i haven't heard too much bad news on the commute. let's start off with interstate 80. you can see traffic between the carquinez bridge and the macarthur maze a little bit slow but only 27 minutes on the drivetime which is not bad considering what it could be. on bad days in winter and fall sometimes these commutes can take one hour. 27 minutes is not bad and 27 at the bay bridge toll plaza as
you creep along making it to the bridge. 880 has been under the speed limit for about won our -- hour or so. we had a couple of crashes that have cleared but the damage was done. 880 is slow from the edwards area to the lakeshore curve. the peninsula traffic is moderate and in san francisco 280 and 101 are also slow. we are following a story from livermore where police shot and killed an armed suspect while is home caught fire. neighbors reported a man at the mobile home park near the municipal airport asking -- acting bizarre. when officers arrived he retreated to the home and armed himself with a shotgun. he made suicidal statements and fired his gun. a crisis negotiator tried to calm him down the police say two hours after the first 911 call a fire started in the home he then came out holding the shotgun
prompting officers to shoot them. no one else was hurt during the competition, coming up we will have a live report was an update. new information about a terrible crash in east oakland from last night. the crash killed two children. investigators say two cars collided at international boulevard and 55th avenue. you can see the pictures being taken here the children were rushed to the hospital where they were pronounced dead. three adults were also taken to the hospital in stable condition. authorities do not believe alcohol was a factor. a bay area nurse and her husband arrived in mexico after losing their fight to overturn a deportation order. alex savidge in the newsroom with more on the story. the couple left -- left three children behind in the united states. >> this couple has lived in the country for more than 20 years. they have tried to gain legal status but in the end officials
ordered them to leave the country. now their family has been split. this was the scene at sfo last night as maria sanchez and her husband give a tearful goodbye to their children. they boarded a flight to mexico city that landed this morning. the couple leaving behind three of their daughters ages 16 ages 1621 and 23 however their 12-year-old son born in the us is coming with them to mexico. sanchez is a nurse at island hospital in oakland and she told us it is heartbreaking to leave her girls behind. >> the last thing you want is for them to be left behind with so much pain and you don't know how they will deal with it. on top of us having to deal with legal issues because they cannot make decisions. >> setting aside the legal stuff just the separation.
like, they are not going to be here. >> sanchez and her husband have spent the past 15 years trying to obtain green cards but they have not had any luck. last week diane feinstein stepped in asking immigration authorities to reverse the couple's deportation order and obviously those attempts were unsuccessful but even though they have now left the country senator feinstein plans to introduce a bill in the senate next month that she hopes might be able to overturn the order. there is a lot of uncertainty about when this mother and father might be able to see their three daughters again. the daughters are remaining in the us because immigration law bars them from returning here to this country for at least the next decade. developing news from barcelona where we are getting reports that a wide van has come up on a sidewalk and hit a number of people.
these are live pictures from a street in central barcelona popular with tourists and locals described as a pedestrian mall. you can see people walking around in this area. i am thinking that is the vehicle that is said to have driven on the sidewalk there are some metro stations near the scene that have been closed off and police tape as well. at this point we are working to learn more about this. we are working to get confirmation on perhaps injuries or fatalities. it is still very early and you can tell by these live pictures there is pedestrian activity we will work to get you more information as soon as we have it we will bring it to you on the air. president trump set on twitter this morning it is at confederate statues and monuments are being removed across the country. in a series of tweets the president said it is sad to see
the history and culture of our country being ripped apart with the removal of our beautiful statues and monuments. he goes on to say you can't change history but you can learn from it. was next? washington or jefferson? he says the beauty being taken out of our cities and towns and parks will be greatly missed. the city of baltimore has removed several monuments, statues of robert e lee, stonewall jackson and other generals were taken down by crews. in new york a plaque dedicated to general robert e lee was removed from a brooklyn church. a number of other cities are debating the fate of similar statures and monuments. in southern california a monument at a hollywood cemetery has been removed after hundreds of people demand it be taken down. the six foot marker was a memorial for 30 confederate veterans who are buried at the hollywood forever cemetery. the cemetery has received calls and emails asking for the removal.
two years ago after the church shooting in charleston state senator steve glazier proposed banning the names of confederate leaders on roads public parks and other public property in california. the bill passed but governor brown vetoed it saying it was a matter for local towns and schools to decide. >> these people, these symbols they belong in our history books. it is important for all of us to learn from these lessons but they do not belong in a place of honor. >> there are now only a handful of sites in california with any connection to the confederacy. 200 protesters gathered outside of the alameda county sheriff's office upset after the sheriff's opposition to a proposed sanctuary state bill. they want him to end cooperation with ice. after the events in charlottesville and an accidental retweet of a white supremacist video from the
sheriff. protesters demanded copies of all comedic issued between the sheriff and federal immigration officials. they also called on the sheriff and governor to support senate bill 54 making california a sanctuary state.>> we are in a moment in this country where you really need to make a choice where you stand and i think our elected officials should stand with the people who voted them in. >> ray kelly says he has been researching to prepare for possible protests in the bay area when he accidentally retweeted a post from richard spencer. a permit granted for a protest at crissy field is drawing criticism now the parks service is reconsidering the decision to let a group hold a rally there this month. the group is planning an event saturday, august 26, yesterday the golden gate national recreation area said they are looking at all comments and
will make a final decision in the next seven business days after a safety review. the change of heart comes after pressure from diane feinstein and city leaders. 25 years ago east palo alto was known as the murder capital of the united states. there were three homicides last year and this year's zero. it is the goal to keep that going the police chief prefers street patrols on foot. a new security system being tested in los angeles at subway trains. body scanners are being used to detect guns and explosives. la county metropolitan transportation authority says the machines can scan 600 people per hour. if the program is successful it could become permanent. this program comes as bart deals with a 41% rise in violent crime in the bay area.
so our question of the day, as los angeles test the scanners should bart consider them? 70% say yes, 30% say no. let us know what you think on twitter and facebook. cutting off funding to white supremacists. apple takes a stand following the recent violence in charlottesville. it is a moderate commute with a couple of things popping up slowing you down. we will let you know more when we come back. plenty of fog not as much toward the south bay as they have been stuck the last couple of days. today looking sunny and warm or for most. mo
wall street reacting to president trump's response to the attack in charlottesville. >> pam cook with all of this in money business. >> the president decided to dissolve two economic advisory councils after many ceos resigned from the council advised and other business leaders are doing the same. the president's response to charlottesville affecting
stocks many investors are concerned this will make it hard for him to work with congress to pass business friendly legislation which wall street has been looking for. checking in on the numbers the dow nasdaq and s&p 500 are all down there is a live look at the dow now at 21,916. well below the 22,000 level. the nasdaq down almost one full percentage point and the s&p down .5%. retail stocks are down as well despite a solid report from walmart on earnings and sales. those are the stocks we are watching. three top executives at snap also sold some shares in their company. the executives each sold 60 million shares worth a total of $9.3 million. they made five dollars per share less than what the stock was worth in the initial
offering in march. monday was the first day that workers at snapchat were allowed to sell shares that they earned through compensation plans or stock options. there is a quiet period and then they can sell stocks. not clear how many lower-level workers have sold their shares either. facebook has banned the account of a white nationalist who attended the rally in charlottesville. the profile pages of christopher cantwell have been removed as well as a page connected to his podcast. the man lives in new hampshire and was listed on flyers promoting the rally. he was featured in a documentary on monday in which he voiced support for violent protest tactics. apple pay and paypal are disabling support for websites that sell clothing and other items with nazi symbols and support for his groups. paypal says they work to ensure they are not used to accept
payments or donations for activities that promote hate violence or racial intolerance. last night, apple ceo tim cook announced apple will make two separate one million-dollar donations to the southern poverty law center and the anti-defamation league in response to the violence in charlottesville. in an email cook says i agree with the people who say there is no moral equivalence between white supremacist nazis and those who oppose them for standing up for human rights the two run counter to our ideals. he also says apple will match employee donations for human rights groups between now and september 30. with all of these ceos responding it is having an effect. >> thank you, pam. let's check in with sal on this thursday morning commute. >> things are okay, no major
crashes just some minor crashes slowing the commute. on 80 westbound there was a crash at gilman street. tough to see from this picture but it was right here. the traffic is going to be a little bit busy as you drive through. i want to go to a map here i think something is happening with the maps. here we go, it westbound 80 it has been moved but traffic is slow on 80 and 580 toward the macarthur maze. when you get to the bay bridge it is backed up 20 minutes. there have been a couple of things on the san mateo bridge but it has been slower than usual getting to the peninsula and look at 280 and san jose both directions have been slow down northbound and southbound. keep in mind san jose state gets back into full session so we will see the san jose state crowd late in the morning. let's bring in steve. it is sunny over san jose
so how about that? let's take another look at the low clouds on the coast. even the national weather service in monterey sent out a sign of things to come and they agree. the cloud forecast are putting low clouds on the coast mostly clear inland with a low in southern california on sunday so that is the source of the increasing fog but because san jose has cleared out you can see the fog the last couple of days but today it is being removed. a little bit warmer toward san jose although san jose downtown has been in the lower 80s. mild to hot today depending on your proximity to the coast. oakland 76 today, livermore we are near average slightly above 83 degrees. san francisco 71, the average is 58 -- 69 so we are above
that. the record was 92 degrees from 1918. the giants are back in town against the phillies. mostly clear tonight. somebody has to win. low clouds giving way to sunshine and then a nice mild warm date -- day. things are starting to warm up so i don't think it will take long to reach 60s 70s 80s and a few 90s with the trend continuing friday. saturday is a transition day as we get cooler on sunday and monday. learning more about the developing story out of barcelona. several people have been injured after a van jumped a sidewalk in a historic district in barcelona this is a street of shops that cut through the center of barcelona.
video from the scene shows several people lying on the ground. this is a live picture from the scene we will continue to monitor the situation. no word on any fatalities. we will bring you the latest as it comes into the newsroom. shock on the san jose state university campus. more on the decision to allow a teacher accused of sexually harassing a student to return to campus.
a man accused of separate and brutal attacks on bart police. mario washington used bolt cutters to hit a bart passenger in san leandro. the victim suffered severe head injuries. washington then punched another passenger two days later. both attacks were unprovoked. controversy at san jose state as students go back to class the issue over the return of a professor accused of sexually harassing a student.
lewis aptekar returns to campus for the upcoming fall semester . in 2015 a student claims he made inappropriate remarks and wanted to date her. the school says the allegations were substantiated. the professor was suspended without pay and underwent diversity training. another allegation came to light from a different student in 2014 but those allegations were not substantiated. an attorney for the professor says he has been dedicated. >> i understand there has been prior findings against dr. lewis aptekar but the complete story is not out. >> the professor will teach two graduate-level courses. the family of natalee holloway may be getting answers 12 years after her disappearance. her father announced remains had been found in aruba where she went missing while on a graduation trip. the tip came from someone who claimed to have helped dispose
of her body with jaran van der sloot. the remains were found behind a house and dna results should be ready within one month. jaran van der sloot is serving a 28 year sentence in peru for killing a woman . a san francisco security guard in custody accused of shooting a man he is suspected of shoplifting. the shooting happened tuesday afternoon outside of the burlington coat factory. the victim suffered a gunshot wound to the leg but is expected to survive. the search is underway for a stabbing suspect in san jose. of next the video that police hope will lead to an arrest.
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great avenue near king road. he died in the hospital eight days later, the suspect on your screen described as a 5' 9" hispanic man in his 20s to 30s with a medium build and beard. anyone with information is asked to call san jose police. investigators say vincent wilson was driving a stolen car in martinez monday morning he was chased into pleasant hills where he crashed into another car injuring the driver and her child. they were both treated at the hospital. following the crash wilson carjacked another vehicle and forced the driver to go to martinez with him, he letter -- later ran away. the city of santa rosa will be removing a homeless encampment it was called homeless hill located near bennett valley road and farmers lane on land that belongs to the city. the camp had been there for 20
years. bulldozers knocked down the 10th this week. crews have been removing debris that piled up including 20 propane tanks. >> i camped up there for 15 years since the mid-90s but it was a relief to know. >> santa rosa added money to its budget to make sure services are available for them. outreach workers alerted people of a shelter they can stay with their pets. 28 of the people on the hill have accepted the help. hemophilia advocates and survivors will meet at the national aids memorial in san francisco. tomorrow marks 27 years since the ryan white care act was passed creating a program to prevent blood contamination. this comes after 90% of all people with severe hemophilia were infected with hiv. the memorial will consist of a
new stone circle inscribed with the name of the patients who lost their lives to aids. >> we talk about getting to the pipeline explosion tragedy and the decision not to run for another term. catching up with a bay area eclipse chaser as he prepares for next week. healthy easy and delicious snacks, prepare them for your children. this as they head back to school. we open up with a classic from the river giving you a live look at san francisco bay. thursday morning up and running , a bit overcast. the phillies are in town to take on the giants welcome everyone. so whoever reaches 90 losses first he is a phillies fan