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traffic for miles on i-80. taking a tour of the damage caused by hurricane irma, the president is taking a trip to florida this morning. mornings on 2 mornings on 2 continues. >> this is ktvu fox news mornings on 2 mornings on 2. >> such a busy thursday today. >> good morning, i am dave clark. less talk about the weather. steve has a lot to tell us. >> good morning, we have a pretty good fog bank, the thunderstorms are gone but the low clouds are in place and a change has begun. meteorological fall has begun. 2 miles north east of the petaluma airport, the fog is
moving. that's great. we had some drizzle, low clouds in place, the high and mid level clouds are gone. it's going to set the stage for a cool day, 60s on the temperatures, 50s for some. lower 60s by the concord pavilion, 61 berkeley, west at half moon bay, with a sea breeze breeze, 63 at monterey. l low has moved to the east and the south. we are starting to see our first indications of some cool fronts moving in. if you are in las vegas, you
are going to get thunderstorms. 60s and 70s on the temperatures later today. any idea on 580, when it mielt reopen. >> it's going to take a while. we have been on this since we started this morning. interstate 580 in the castro valley is a mess, lee joins frus the scene right now with more. >> reporter: thank you guys. caltrans said they will be out here for several hours, they are not giving us a time frame as to when they can get the road back open. we have two big rigs blocking the lanes of interstate 580 in castro valley. the number four lane is open, taking traffic to the off ramp the eden canyon rode but traffic is backed up for 4
miles, we have new information since we last saw you guys in the last hour, at 4:20, a black sedan clipped the first truck, that caused the first truck to stall in the number three lane, when it was stalled, the second truck crashed into the first truck, california highway patrol confirmed that this is a fatal accident, the driver of the second truck was killed. we also heard reports that there was a large amount of fluid on the highway and that hazmat teams were called out but california highway patrol said that was not the case but caltrans is coming out because the first truck was fully loaded and that truck needs to be cleaned out before they can tow the trucks, we have two tow trucks out here right now.
if you come back out here, you will see that the tow trucks are getting into pootion, it's going to be several hours -- position, it's going to be several house until it's reopened but they are moving all of the traffic off on the number four lane, going to eden canyon road. then you can recontact with the highway. but we have california highway patrol at the end of the off ramp directs the traffic. it's about a 4-mile back up from the foothill boulevard exit to here. if you are stuck in that traffic, it's best for you to get off of the foothill exit and take dublin canyon rode as an alternative route. thank you, lee, we are looking at the back up using our traffic maps, i want to show you how to get around it. we have a lot of slow traffic
coming up on the closure, if you want to use an alternative route, use 6080 and head that way to the east bay, the only good thing is that the traffic has not been one solid line, there is a bit of room in livermore but not much. if this is your commute, give yourself extra time. lets look at other commutes. highway 24 is busy through the lafayette area, the bay bridge is backed up before you make it on to the span. no problems on 880 and the south bay commute continues to be slow, is beginning to fill in, highway 17 is slow passing the reservoir because of an earlier crash, lets go back to the desk. conservative speaker ben shapiro is scheduled to speak
at uc berkeley, security will be tight. the last time a right wing speaker wa on the campus, there was violence, broken windows and $100,000 in damage. coming up, we are going to explain why the speech is causing so much controversy. we are following a developing story, i dinner last night at the white house, president donald trump and top democratic leaders met pt what was talked about and agreed upon when it comes to immigration, president donald trump was asked about it this morning. >> we are working on a plan, something for getting massive boorder control. we are working on a plan for daca. people want to see that happening. you have 800,000 young people brought here, no fault of their own, we are working on a plan, the wall will come later.
we right now renovating large, massive sections of the wall. >> earlier this morning, president donald trump tweeted his version of what happened last night. he said no deal was made last night on daca. massive border security would have to be agreed to in exchange for consent and it would be subject to a vote and the wall will continue to be built. coming up for you at 7:30, we hear from nancy pelosi and chuck schummer about what they said was agreed to. president donald trump is on his way to florida to see first hand the damage caused by hurricane irma. in many areas there is no gas, no running water, now power and no cell phone service, the president is expected to land
in 30 minutes. >> reporter: yes, we just got word from our pool that vice president mike pence's plane has just landed here in florida. the president and first lady are expected to come here and talk to first responders, that means national guard folks, we are going to get an update on how fema is helping with the recovery, they are also going to talk to folks who have been impacted by hurricane irma. then the president and vice president are going to naples to get more updates and talk with people whose homes have been destroyed by the storm. >> every time there is a presidential visit, it causes some disruption, what impact will the visit have. >> reporter: here on the
ground, it's okay. the white house would not take the president to a place where they would impede on where people are working, that's probably why they are coming to fort myers and naples. there are other areas like the keys that are very much this a recovery mode, dealing with withstanding water. fema said 25% of the homes in the florida keys are gone, the white house would not take the president someplace where they would be taking the first responders from their duties. in this area, they have a lot of volunteers and guards men. they have it handled. >> thank you, we were showing pictures of the vice president's plane, the president is expected in half
an hour. utility workers are working to get power back for millions of people effected by hurricane irma. florida power and light said hurricane irma caused the most widespread damage in the company's history. in some areas, it could take weeks, 21,000 workers are trying to restore power including bay area crews in florida. more than 100 members of the bay area national guard are back home after spending the last few weeks helping out victims of hurricane irma and hurricane harvey. they rescued people from flooded homes in houston and then went to help people in florida. they said it was gratifying to help others in their time of need. >> we do things so that others may live.
when we get the opportunity to go out someplace, when we are seeing them on their worst day, we are out there to help. >> they said they were busy with rescues in houston. a tough story ahead, a tragedy in sacramento, deals about highway three children diesed, thary bodies found in an apartment last night -- their bodies found in an apartment last night. >> we have a crash on 580, we will tell you more about that when we come back >> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break
throughout your day. police are searching the area near highway 17 after shots were fired there last night. police were called with a report of an explosion, when officers arrived, the suspect took off and started to shoot. officers found him lying face down and arrested him. police are in the area making sure that nobody else was involved. the bodies of three children were found in an apartment in west sacramento last night. police responded to a domestic violence call last night. that's when they found the bodies of the children. the suspect was arrested just after midnight. he was married to the children's mother, police said she saw him kill her children and that she was a victim of domestic violence. there is no word on how the
children dies. >> it's a sad thing, not just for the family but for the police officers and firefighters, thtion reaching us, it's very difficult -- this is reach us, it's very difficult especially for the people on the scene. >> the names of the children and their ages have not been released. san francisco police officers made three arrests this connection with a shooting last month. the gun used was stolen from the police department. san francisco police say 18 year old eric garcia was booked for the homicide. he faces charges of robbery, burglary and conspiracy and homicide: the gun used in the shooting was the personal
weapon belonging to a san francisco police officer that was stolen from his car a few days before the killing, an internal investigation is underway into how the gun was stolen. 15 marines were injured, some with serious burns after their vehicle caught fire, they were taken to a burn center. the vehicle caught fire as the marines were conducting a training exercise, the cause of the fire is being investigated. lets go back to sal. lots of traffic, in particular, interstate 580 and that horrible crash. >> is been there since 4:00 this morning. we have traffic that is going to be completely stopped as they are trying to get the truck off the road. at one point they were letting cars go through but this was a deadly crash involving a couple of trucks and other cars on
580. it happened at 4:00 morning. they are not letting the cars on the friday exit right now so traffic is aat a stand still. i will show you where this is on the maps. if you are driving through the area, traffic is growing through pleasanton, some people are just going north bound on 680, others are using dublin canyon road. others are deciding not to go because of the slow traffic. highway 24 has been busy through the lafayette area, the bay bridge has been ordinary which is to say a 25 minute delay at the toll plaza. 880 is also doing well. the san mateo bridge is doing well. they have issued advisories for wind on the bridges. in the south bay, 101 and 17
are slow, 17 is slow because of earlier issues. 280 is getting slow out of downtown san jose, lets bring in steve with the forecast. all right. fog bank is in place, the high and mid level clouds and thunderstorms are gone, at least for now, a change is in the air. one last look at the rainfall from yesterday. santa rosa, downtown, i had many reports of .5 inches, that's impressive. that was close to what other cities in the area had. other areas to the south did not get a drop. that's how to worked yesterday. placerville, .25 inches, brept wood and antioch they got lightning and a bit of rain.
-- brentwood and antioch, they got lightning and a bit of rain. we have low clouds hanging around. it's firing up big time thunderstorms in the las vegas area, parts of the coast have a bit of drizzle as the low low cloud deck has lifted. 50s and 60s on the temperatures. temperatures are three to 5 degrees cooler than they were 24 hours ago, if it feels cooler, it is, 56 at menlo park. 50s from pacifica and moss beach. water temperatures in the 60s for now. san francisco bay and half moon
bay, you will see temperatures in the 50s in the water because there is a strong system coming in. it's going to be a cool pattern today. 39 in truckee, big time thunderstorms, they had a funnel cloyed yesterday afternoon. here's the first system coming in. you see the drier air coming in behind it. we get a north west breeze, that will help to clear out the low low cloud deck. here's las vegas and the thunderstorms that are firing up. 60s and 70s today. most locations are below average on the temperatures. out of the 90s and 100s, i do not see anything like that for a while. 70s in san jose, 60s on the
drive up gas prices, the prices for a gallon of regular was $3.16 tuesday. but now gas prices are expected to fall now that the storms have left. amazon will likely get a lot of new customers because of whole foods. if you are one of the many effected by the equifax breach, we have palm kook in the studio. if you elect for free credit monitoring, you are waving your rights to a lawsuit. but the most important thing, guard your personal information, you can also tell the credit agencies to put a hold on credit inquiries on
your account. >> boeing is up today. the rest of the market is down, weighed down by inflation worries, also amazon has said that they are going to sign up a lot of prime members to get extra price deals at whole foods. that stock is up. the dow is up five points, the nasdaq and s & p posting gains also. target is plan tog hire 30,000 more people. each store in the united states will hire 55 workers per store. target is preparing for intense competition against amazon and they are adding jobs at distribution centers to help with online orders.
they are going to start hiring fares next month with many workers being hired on the spot. a new list shows the 15 most common how to questions. lying how to make pancakes to how to ask someone to prom. here with the top five, number one, how to tie a tie, number two, how to kiss, three, how to get pregnant. four, how to lose weight. five, how to draw, when i saw the list, i thought, it must have been a younger crowd doing the googling. if you are getting ready to go out the door, there is a big crash this the bay area commute. up next, the big rig crash on
interstate 580. >> a conservative speaker is set to call on the cal campus, how berkeley is preparing for the possibility of protests. >> good morning, we have that crash we talked about, we are also looking at other commutes that are getting busy. all of the roads are taking the brunt of the traffic. >> a cooler pattern has kicked in and the thunderstorms are gone for now, temperatures are below average though, we have the extended outlook coming up >> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break
. welcome back to ktvu news, all of the news, weather and information you need to know throughout your day. good morning, i am dave clark, we are following huge traffic problems in the east bay, lets go to sal. >> it's not getting any better. they are letting a few cars through and occasionally they stop traffic n on 580 -- on 580 westbound. as you drive through, it's on the left lane, they are letting traffic get off the freeway and then get back on. this is inadequate and the back up is 10 miles long after this deadly crash that happened a couple of hours ago. almost three hours ago now, after the 4:00 hour, this is going to be there for a while.
you can see these trucks are still damaged. they are working to clear it. one of the things that i mention, other freeways have been taking the slack. this is 580 west bound. that's where the accident is but 680 has been slow heading the other way, some people with going to highway 24. this commute has been busier than normal on
tahoe area >> after the city and east bay mud determined that bacteria was caused by an irrigation well. the water has since been flushed and more tests have come back negative. 250 residents and 650 businesses businesses. we revisited some san francisco businesses whose owners said that a large homeless encampment has been causing them problems, the businesses are on alameda street and san bruno street.
they said things have gotten better thanks to an effort from the city's department of homelessness and housing, they added that homeless people are trying to inch their way back to the area. >> there is an improvement. the problem has not been solved. i am happy that there is been a response by the city but at the same time, there is a ton of crime that is happening here. >> the city said it managed to get 100 homeless campers out of this neighborhood and into safe housing. in san francisco, some people are saying that the tech companies are to blame for the homeless problem for raising real estate prices. they said companies like google and air bnb have donated to homesless cautions causes, the quests day, do you think that tech companies should share
responsibility for the homeless population, you can comment on the ktvu fox news faces book page. coming upcoming up this sunday, we have part two of our series on homelessness, if you missed part one it's on tonight onktvu fox news plus and on our you tube channel. right now president donald trump has just landed in fort m myers florida to get a briefing and a look at how relief efforts are going, he is going to meet and find out how efforts are going. he is joined by vice president mike pence, they will also visit naples. similarly to when president
donald trump visited texas, but in texas, he made a point of staying away from the heart of the danger because he did not want to be a big distraction. we will follow his trip and bring you more throughout the day. still ahead, we bring you the latest on what is happening on interstate 580 after a deadly big rig crash. coming up at 8:00, another live report, these are live pictures you are looking at. we will have an update on the situation, also a controversial banner confiscated an fenway park, more on its message coming up >> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break
between the a's and the red sox, the fans had a message, they lowered a sign denouncing racism during the fourth inning, it was for a few minutes before umpires asked for it to be removed. people in oakland are talking about the a's plan to build a new stadium near lake merritt off interstate 880. oakland mayor libby schaaf said she's glad to keep the team in town without spending public money but there are complaints about putting a stadium in a neighborhood with residents and businesses, some are saying that the gentrification in
oakland is already causing problems, they think that the new stadium will add to that. others say is a great location for the oakland a's. >> lets help get you out the door. if you are leaving from dublin or pleasanton, the issue on 580 is causing problems. >> the traffic on the freeway is moving very slowly, almost a stand still. this is 580 westbound near the dublin canyon, it's causing a causing delay, they are working on getting the vehicles cleared. one truck is imleetly damaged. the other one, i am not sure what happened to it but the coroner has left the scene and there is a lot of work to do to get the lanes open.
people are getting off the freeway and getting back on after eden canyon road. people have been struck in traffic for hours, let me show you 580 westbound. even though the back up does not look long, it's not moving, you could be here for hours, some people are using 680 or other side roads. you will find your favorite alternative routes are jammed. 24 has been busier. bay bridge toll plaza traffic is slow as well. lets go to the south bay commute. the san mateo bridge is busy. 17 had a big back up all morning long because of a crash taking away a right lane near the reservoir. less bring in steve with
today's forecast. i know you saw this, sal, our good friends at caltrans tweeted this out. traffic photo bomb. it's cooler for some here. sabrina says, loving the chill. i noticed 51 in lake port. that's the coolest i have seen there in a while. in the east, 57, that's cooler. 58 in lafayette. el cerrito. 59, wul nut creek, 61. this was yesterday in downtown santa rosa, .45 inches of rain. the most i saw is .45. then .42 here.
then napa, sonoma and petaluma did not get a drop. windsor, .19 inches, in contra costa county, it was more lightning than rain. clayton hills, .05 inches. the forecast headlines, low clouds, breezy and cooler. not that warm. next week, tuesday and wednesday, much cooler, maybe the first rain from the north. we have had rain from the south, as you know but this is from the north. tuesday evening and wednesday morning, even if it does not rain, it's going to be cooler. the rain is it going to las vegas this morning. low clouds, plenty of clouds in place, 56, 57 in this area.
60 here in oakland and alameda. 60 in the napa airport. 61 fairfield. 60s in half moon bay, that will translate into a cooler pattern. winds due west at oakland at 7 miles per hour. 24 miles per hour at travis, that's going to make it inland. 41 in truckee, 53 in eu eukiah. as one system moves out, another is coming in. things are developing out of the north. 60s to 80s. 70s for some today. napa 76, lower 80s in antioch. mid 70s around the bay and concord and long creek.
upper 70s morgan hill, santa clara. san jose, along the coast. upper 60s to lower 70s san francisco to the peninsula. get ready for a big change next week. >> good sleeping weather. >> pop star selena gomez talking about her kidney transplant and the person who helped save her life. >> plus, disturbing details from the east bay about animal abuse, what we are learning about this dog, how it was hurt and what is being said about the dog's owner >> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break and i'm still not ready. the reason i'm telling you this is that there will be moments in your life that... you'll never be ready for. your little girl getting married being one of them.
. welcome back to ktvu news, all of the news, weather and information you need to know throughout your day. a nine month old pit bull dog recovering after surgery fooling a severe beating that is blamed on her owner. she was rescued by a good samaritan and was taken in by animal service, her owner beat her in his garage in hayward. both sides of the dog's jaw were broken and one of her teeth was knocked out and she was covered in bruises. >> if she were an older dog we would have put her down but she is so resilient. >> the defendant gave a statement to police, admitting
to all of this including the fact that he used not only his fist but a 6-foot wooden rod to beat the dog. >> the owner pled not guilty to charge of felony animal cruelty, his bail was set at $10,000. meanwhile, the dog is staying with a foster family as she recovers from surgery. the animal rescue is collecting donations to pay for the cost of the surgery. a woman accused of trying to kill her new born baby in redwood city in a mcdonalds is charged with murder. sarah lockner went to the bathroom several times during her shift at mcdonalds complaining of stomach pains,
prosecutors said they saw her trying to flush the baby boy down the toilet. they called the police and the baby did not have a pulse and was not breathing but he survived. >> it was a helpless child who had no chance, to have the child's own mother trying to kill it, that's a heartless, almost soulless act. >> sarah lockner is being held on $11 million bail. fire crews are making slow but steady progress on a fire near wood side. it's 30% contained. the fire started after a lightning strike hit the hills off sky line road. no homes are threatened. >> all. wild fires burning across the united states and canada are effecting air quality and visibility. 62 fires are burning in the
west. more than 8 million-acres have burned in the united states this year. a huge traffic jam this morning. westbound 580 in the east bay, we have deals on the deadly overnight crash and the alternative routes you can take to get around it. >> plus a dozen shots fired in campbell overnight sam just snagged it from you canhomegoods.is frenchie. it reminds him of bennie. only quieter. you can't have this frenchie. but new finds are always arriving. so you can find something so you, for less. at homegoods.
accident, we have a live report coming up. plus we have more on the president's trip to florida as the death toll from that storm continues to rise, mornings on 2 mornings on 2 continues. >> this is ktvu fox news mornings on 2 mornings on 2. good morning. welcome back to mornings on 2 mornings on 2. it's thursday, september 14th. we will be talking to steve about the weather but first the traffic news. miles of backed up traffic because of a deadly crash, it's a developing story in the east bay, the crash involved two big rigs, we is on the dublin grade. what is happening there. >> reporter: we are seeing clean up efforts. they managed to get the two trucks disconducted from each other. we are seeing the clean up right now, another truck was pulled in coming up the offramp to get over here so caltrans could remove the freight from the first truck on to the new
truck that has just arrived. the number four lane is open but traffic is crawling. at this point they are moving all of the traffic toeden canyon road. they can reconnect with highway 580 but they have to get through this long crawl and traffic is backed up for miles at this time. this crash happened hours ago, both trucks are blocking the lanes in the castro valley causing a three hour delay for some drivers, this is a fatal accident, the driver of the second truck was killed. >> at 4:20, threefs a three vehicle cletion involving two big rigs and another black car that is on the shoulder. the black car may have clipped the front of the first big rig, causing the rig to lose it's
steering. it came to rest in the three lane, then the second big rig came along and unfortunately did not know that the vehicle was stopped and collided with the rear of it. >> reporter: the tow trucks have been on the scene, they pulled the two trucks off each other but complicating the clean up efforts is the fact that the first truck was fully loaded zoo caltrans had to come and help with the clean up efforts. california highway patrol and caltrans said this is going to be a long clean up process. they are not giving an estimated time until the highway is reopened. they said that your best bet is to take dublin canyon road, ice you are stuck here and you have to get off onedden canyon off ramp and get back to the road
that way. >> for viewers wonderings how long the back up, it's going to livermore, that's 10 to 15 miles of traffic that is barely moving. 680 is slow as people are leaving 580, with good reason, the does not is where i put the arrow, is been there for four hours. as you drive through the dublin interchange, you are going to be at a stand still. i do not recommend it. only the exit lane is open. they are taking traffic off the freeway. we are also looking at the pin nens la. we had an earlier accident on 380 at 101, it's made a mess of 101 in both directions getting to the airport. if you are trying to catch a flight you need extra time in both directions, think about taking bart or using the city
streets if you know your way around. this is a good time to use the side roads. do not use the freeway, it's very slow in both directions. 280 is also slow heading down the peninsula because of traffic on 101. lets go to steve in the weather center. >> we have the thunderstorms gone. it was a good show yesterday. that low that was responsible for it is heading to las vegas, but the clouds are in place and so is the cooler air. north has dipped to a cool 50 degrees this morning. lake port, 51, that's the coolest you have been this a long time. after a long hot summer things are changing rapidly. las vegas has thunderstorms. we have a weak system coming into the north. there is plenty of low clouds.
some breaks, but a cool day, 50s and 60s on the temperatures. temperatures are below normal inland. 54 in bodega bay, novato and san rafael, 57, drizzle in the hills, a west wind here, west at 16 miles per hour. the combination of that and low clouds have made it to vacaville. we are cooler today. the system is sweeping in, it's going to chew up the fog a bit but the temperatures are low. happening now president donald trump is in florida meeting with first responders and people effected by hurricane irma. the president and first lady landed 15 minutes ago, mike and his wife are also there, lauren is live to bring us the latest.
>> reporter: you are right. we just saw president donald trump getting off air force one in fort myers. he was greeted by mike presence and marco rubio and the fema director brock long. they are getting a first hand look on how the federal recovery effort is going here in florida. the president and vice president and the first and second ladies are heading to naples next. they are going to meet with people who have been impacted by the storm and they are going to see how the first responders are handling the situation. >> the president is also talking about politics on the heels of his meeting with top democrats. some say they have a deal, others are saying that they do not. >> reporter: the president
caused some confusion between himself and two of the top democratic leaders on daca and the border wall. of course the two democrats coming out last night saying that they had reached a deal. there is no border wal. then the president tweeted that there was not a deal. he is trying to, some and the white -- and the white house is trying to clear up the confusion, the president said he believed that there were a lot of daca folks that are highly educated but at the same time he said we need border security. the white house is trying to kind of clear this up for everyone. the president and the democrats are saying they are trying to work towards some sort of resolution to this whole daca ordeal. >> as the day unfolds and the visit continues, all eyes are on the recovery efforts in
florida. thank you lauren. utility workers in florida are trying to get the power back for the people ficted by hurricane irma. florida power and light said the storm caused the most damage in the company's history. they hope to get the power for the state's eastern coast by this weekend. for other areas, power could take weeks. some bay area pg & e crews are in florida helping to restore the power. bay area national guard members spent the last few weeks helping out for hurricane irma and hurricane harvey. they are now back in the bay area. they told us it was gratifying to help others in their time of need. >> our motto, these things we do so that others may live.
when we get the opportunity to go out someplace and, granted, we are seeing them on their worst day but we are out there to help. hems of the 129th rescue wing said they were busier with rescues in houston than with hurricane irma. we are following the next developing story this morning, the dinner between president donald trump and top democratic leaders at the white house, what was discussed or agreed upon? president donald trump was asked about it as he left the white house on his way to florida. >> we are working on a plan, subject to getting massive border control, we are working on a plan for daca. people want to see that happening. you have 800,000 young people, brought here through no fault of their he own, the wall will
come later. we right now renovating messive sections of the wall, making it any, we doing a lot of renovation. >> earlier this morning president donald trump tweeted his version of what happened last night. he wrote no deal was made on daca. massive border security would have to be agreed to and it's subject to a vote. nancy pelosi and chuck shum shum issued a joint statement saying we agreed to enshrine the prosections of -- protections of daca into law quickly. happening today. conservative speaker ben shapiro scheduled to make a speech at uc berkeley, tight security will be happening for this event. the last time a right wing speaker was on the cal campus, there was violence and hundreds of thousands of dollars in
damage. coming up, christian is joining us live to explain why the speech is sparking so much controversy and how the school is planning to keep people safe. >> 15 marines rushed to the hospital. we have more on the accident that happened during a training exercise. >> plus, a dozen shots fired in campbell. we have more on the stand off with police that led to the closure of a major highway. >> we know about the crash on 580. we also have other commutes to look at. they are also heavy. >> no more thunderstorms but the cooler air is in place and i say, maybe a cooler pattern for a while. we talk about that and see what is this store for the weekend >> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break
. welcome back to ktvu news, all of the news, weather and information you need to know throughout your day. we have a developing story that is backing so many people's drive to work and school. a deadly big rig crash that happened more than four hours ago, this is a completely shut down westbound 580 at eden john canyon road -- eden canyon road. one person died. we have no heard from
authorities who that person is. we know that the roadway is shut down at eden canyon road. drivers are doing their best to get around. sal has terpts. we have his report this a second. california highway patrol has not given us a time that they think that the road is going to be reopened. new this morning in the south bay, campbell police have one suspect in custody after a search overnight. police were called to a home after getting reports of a man prowling in the area, when officers arrived, the suspect took off and started to shoot. the california highway patrol closed the south bound lanes of how 17 for four hours while police tried to find the suspect. police remained in the area overnight looking for other
suspects but this morning they told us they have called off the search. san francisco police have arrested three people in connection with a deadly shooting last month. they said that the gun used in the homicide had been stolen from a san francisco police officer, the victim was found near 26th street on august 17th. san francisco police said eric garcia was arrested and book for the homicide. a 24 year old faces charges of burglary and robbery and conspiracy, another 18 year old is also facing charges of homicide along with other charges. police said the gun used in the shooting was the penl weapon of a san francisco police officer that was stolen stolen from his -- personal weapon of a san francisco police officer that was stolen from his car.
brock turner who was convicted in a criminal rape case has shown up in a text book called introduction to criminal justice, systems, diversity and change, under his photo, the text book gives context about the students controversial sentencing, he served only three months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman at stanford. is been a tough in the morning -- morning for anyone who uses 580. there was a crash between two big rigs, any idea when things return to normal? >> they just moved the tv krows out of the way, that means that they might be getting ready to open up the freeway.
it's been there since 4:00 this morning. you can see the pictures from early in the morning, the coroner arrived on the scene to take away the person who died. some cars have been getting through on the exit lanes but that's inadequate. on the maps we have 15 miles of slow traffic and a lot of slow traffic this morning on 680 heading away from the scene, people are heard about it and they are getting on 680 and other local roads. that's made the morning commute difficult. 101 in very slow getting to the airport. if you are trying to catch a flight, get on the roads as early as you can. people hearing how bad 101 is have been on 280. we had a crash there and also slow traffic at the bay bridge
toll plaza. also highway 24 and the south bay commute has been filled in including highway 17. highway 17 has been slow because of earlier issues all morning long coming into the valley. lets bring in steve with the forecast. >> we have a pretty good low cloud deck, it's lifted a bit of drizzle in the higher elevations and along the coast. but the thunderstorms have moved off, they were associated with the low. it went down to southern california and came back up here. then yesterday was the east bay and the north bay, low clouds, breezy and cooler, morning fog, it looks nice for the weekend. much cooler next week, starting tuesday, maybe we get our first rain from the north. we have had rain from the south but from the north, that's what i am looking for. even if it does not make it, is
going to be cooler and way below normal. the 10 day outlook has the west coast below normal. napa and sonoma and petaluma did not get a drop of rain yesterday. other areas got huge rainfall totals. santa rosa, .45 inches, eastern contra costa county was all about the lightning but they got a bit of rain. there goes the radar. when the storms take off they need something to bump them along. the storms are gone but the lower clouds are not. 50s and 60s in the city. 58 and 59, oakland, 60, then 60
again, 58 half moon bay and livermore and san jose. most locations a few degrees korl than 24 hours ago. 62 -- cooler than 24 hours ago. 64 here. we have a strong north west wind coming in behind the system tuesday. that's going to lower the temperatures. winds west at sfo. a couple of high clouds associated with this system. it's weak but i like what is happening in the pacific northwest. things are changing. 60s and 70s on the temperatures but even the most inland loarks are cool off. 77 in -- locations are cooling off. 77 in livermore. san mateo, 65.
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she had the transplant to help her battle lupus. her best friend donated the kidney. >> if you are getting ready to go out the door, you need to know about a deadly crash on 580. it's still, as you can see from this live picture, impacting the traffic. >> a conservative speaker set to talk on the cal campus, how cal is prepping for the possibility of protests. >> other than the big crash we have had other commutes that are impacted by earlier issues, we talk about the bridges and the community on the peninsula as well. >> thunderstorms are gone but the lower kowdz -- clouds and cooler patterns are in place, we have more an that coming up >> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break the country get to eat.
. welcome back to ktvu news, all of the news, weather and information you need to know throughout your day. we are following a developing story on the roads. mike is off today. we are heading over to salmon torg the situation on westbound 580 after a deadly crash this morning. >> if you are heading towards dublin, do not go there, you are blocked on 580 while california highway patrol investigates of crash involving two big rig and a sedan. we have an update from the area. >> reporter: i have very good news, we have to move in a bit because california highway patrol wants to open up the far right hand lane for traffic soon. there was a hazmat crew that
came out here, there was oil on the road and they were out there cleaning that up. they just left. another truck has arrived to take the freight from the first truck that has crashed. this was a fully loaded truck and they needed to get the freight loaded on to another truck, then they could move the vehicles off the road. the crash happened hours ago, both of the trucks were blocking the lanes of 580. this is a fatal accident, the driver of the second truck
open the roads before noon >> lee i am going to show you the slower traffic in the wake of the crash, the crash on 580 was near eden canyon road. people were getting off the freeway but its taking a long time. this is putting pressure on all of the commutes on the east bay, we saw the traffic on the altamont pass disappear, it went to highway four, a lot of people went there and highway 24, then lets talk about the
peninsula. it was unaffected by any of this. but there is a bad commute on 101 because of earlier problems, people were on 280 so the moral of this traffic story is, when one highway goes down, the others do too. this is the bay bridge toll plaza backed up to the mack maize. -- maize, lets go back to steve. >> the thunderstorm pattern associated with the low has moved into las vegas, it got bumped along by the system on the top left of the screen,s there is the system, it went from monterey too bakersfield to las vegas. the fog is here, the system is coming down from the north
west, 50s and 60s on the temperatures, many of you in the upper 50s. campbell, 64, san oa say, -- san jose, 67. winds out of the west/southwest with lower clouds in vacaville. even the valley will cool down, things are beginning to drop out of the pacific northwest and the gulf of alaska. we have a strong system coming down tuesday and wednesday. until then, breezy and cooler, in the 60s and 70s. happening today, the city of berkley and the cal campus is preparing for ben shapiro, a conservative speaker who will speak tonight. christian is at the scene. >> reporter: good morning, you and i both grew up in berkeley, when was the last time you saw
bancroft avenue this empty. they have shut down all traffic to dana and to telegraph avenue, crews have been busy setting up this rail here trying to control the flow of crowds as they build throughout the day. we are hearing about a protest set to take place here later today. then at the hall, that's where ben shapiro is going to speak this evening, we talked with a ticket holder who told us her plan. >> today i am planning to attend the event. hopefully i can ask some questions and bring some provective statements out from ben shapiro. >> provocative statements --
provocative statements from ben shapiro. >> the campus has been rocked by protests including one aimed at blocking milo yiannopoulos, the campus is tense. >> a lot of the classes are being canceled or moved to a different location, a lot of people are tense about the potential for violence today. >> reporter: police are saying that ner working to reduce the likelihood of that violence by controlling access to that area. officers are fencing off nearby buildings starting at 4:00 this afternoon, then ticket holders will be allowed in from a few access points into the lower campus, the city has a ban on sticks and pipes and poles in the area. ben shapiro is taking the stage at 7:00, we will have coverage
throughout the day and we will be at a media briefing later this afternoon with berkeley's police choaf and a spokesperson from the university to get a ses -- chief and a spokesperson from the university to get a sense of how they are preparing for this event. again, i lived in berkeley for years, i remember very few times when bancroft was completely shut down. >> it's incredible, the steps that they are taking ahead of tonight's events. 15 marines were injured with serious burns after their vehicle caught fire, eight of the marines were taken to a burn center, the other were taken to the hospital. the vehicle caught fire while the marines were conducting a training exercise at the beach
on a base. >> our weather tomorrow continues to make a mess around the bay area, a large tree crashed yesterday afternoon at 38th street in san francisco. firefighters said a man was driving by when a tree came crashing down on his car, he got out of the car safely. this other car was hit but the owner was not hurt. now to lake tahoe where this waterspout touched down in the afternoon, many people took out their phones to capture it on camera, it was part of a severe weather system that led to tornado warnings in the lake tahoe area. people in alameda point are being told to not drink or cook with their water but now people with bathe in the water safely as long as they flush their water for 10 minutes before
getting in. the washing comes after mud found in the water was caused by an irrigation well. the water has been fushed. more than 250 residents and 60 businesses have been impacted by the water warning. >> gearing up for the holidays? how many jobs target plans to add this year and when you can apply. good morning, we have problems with 580 coming over the dublin grade from this accident that has been there since 4:00 in the morning. we have more on when they expect to have the lanes open >> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break been trying to prepare for this day... and i'm still not ready. the reason i'm telling you this is that
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speculate on what will come next. >> the latest report on consumer prices shows inflation in august, add to that the gas prices, that means that the fed may raise interest rates by the end of the year, beoing's stock headed higher this morning. it announced plans to crow production of its 787 dream liner. checking the numbers, the dow has been up all day, 16 points, 22174, the dow, the nasdaq and the s and p 500 have all hit record highs throughout the week. the ceo of equifax will testify about the massive data breach that effected the information of 143 million
americans. the ceo is scheduled to testify on october 3. lawmakers want to question him about the breach which has raised serious questions about personal information security. the hack was among the largest ever recorded and exposed crucial information including names, birthday, addresses and social security numbers, you can go to our website, ktvu.com to see if you are effected. target plans to hire 100,000 additional workers, that's 30,000 more jobs than last year, target is preparing for intense competition against amazon this year, that's why the company is announcing it will add 4500 jobs at its distribution center to help with online orders. they are going to hold hiring fares next month and many workers will be hired on the
spot. if you are looking for work or extra work, now is the toim to get the holiday jobs, the malls, the retailers and the postal services ramp up for the holiday. >> a lot of college students may want to secure that now so they have a job waiting for them when they come home for the holidays. >> i worked at the stone ridge mall for the holidays and it turned into a permanent job. >> a lot of those jobs turn permanent if you do a good job. >> we want to talk about the traffic situation this mocker on five -- morning an 580. we are monitoring a deadly crash that has closed all of the westbound lanes, they may not get the lanes open until this afternoon. >> reporter: that's right but they have opened one lane on the freeway.
this is a live picture on westbound 580. they are letting cars get through, instead of forcing cars off the freeway at the exit ramp, they are letting them go through one lane. one lane is open, it's better than nothing, this just happened moments before we went on the air, they have blocked the eden canyon road offramp and they are letting cars drive on one lane but it's quite a delay on the freeway as they continue to work on this deadly crash that happened in the 4:00 hour. we are here at 9:00, five hours in and traffic is very slow, this has had a big impact on the whole east bay commute. more people have been on the highway four this morning and 680 and 24. that has been putting pressure on other freeways, look north
bound. people are heading north and going to highway 24. the peninsula has been slow. we had earlier problems, 280 and 101 are slow, it's a tough thursday, we can help for better tomorrow. we had thunderstorm activity in the last few days, that has pushed off, it's heading to las vegas but the low clouds are flying in. lower clouds and breezy and cool. there is a chill in the parking lot, i just stepped outside. morning fog but still nice. over the weekend, maybe a bit warmer but not much. our first rain from the north on tuesday, it's going to be well below normal on the temperatures and bluftier tuesday. there is the low, it's going through the san joaquin valley and now it's in las vegas, our
lower clouds are not going anywhere. we have a week system that may give us a north west breeze that may take care of some of the fog but not all of it. most of us are cooler today than 24 hours ago. the water temperatures, 59 in san francisco. 62 in half moon bay, i expect the temperatures to be around 54 next week. a big drop from the system coming out of the gulf of alaska. it's cool out here. that's the coolest pattern we have seen out here. it's cooler in the valleys, this is the weak system. higher clouds are coming in. it might take care of the clouds to the north. we have not had a cold wet winter since 2010, we are due. but we are still technically in
summer. but meteorologically its fall. >> we have a few days left of the summer. even temperatures in lake county are cooling off. it's been a hot summer. 70s and 60s. if you like those temperatures, i cannot do better than this. >> most people do like that. it's about time. >> yes. thank you. a controversial banner confiscated at fenway park, we have more on the message here coming up >> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break
garage. both sides of the dog's top jaw were broken and one of her teeth was knocked out and her back and behind legs were covered in bruises. the owner appeared in court and pled not guilty, bail asset at $10,000. the dog is staying with a foster family as she recovers from surgery, tri valley animal rescue is collecting donations to cover the cost of the surgery. >> a woman accused of trying to kill her baby has been charged with attempted murder. the woman gave birth at the mcdonalds where she works as a cashier, she went to the bathroom complaining of stomach pain, her coworkers saw her trying to flush the baby down the toilet and called the
police, the baby had to pulse but wound up surviving. >> it was a helpless child who had no chance, to have the child's own mother trying to kill it. that's a heartless, almost soulless act. >> sarah lockner is being held on $11 million bail. >> the game between the a's and the red sox had fans dleferg a message. they lowered a sign denouncing rissism during the fourth inning of the game. it read, racism is as american as baseball. it was up for a few minutes until the up piers asked that it be removed. >> the a -- umpires ask that it be removed.
the a's are thinking about building a new stadium in oakland. >> i want to be able to park in front of my highways and get into my garage woit having to pickup trash. >> people have saying that the gentrification is already causing enough problems and they believe that the stadium will hurt the area, other fans say this is a great spot for the team to wind up. the proposal is far from a done deal. it needs to be approved by the district that owns the land. >> coming up, what it means for anyone under the age of 21 to drive in the bay area >> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break
tillerson is in london meeting with officials from britain and france talking about north korea and how to achieve peace in libya which has been in crisis for a while the country has been split into east and west. governments in japan are responding to threats from north korea after they threatened to sink japan into the sea. this morning a spokesman from the japanese government calls the threat provocative and outrageous, north korea made the threat after the un security council voted to impose new sanctions against the country after its latest nuclear test this month. for more information on the bazaar held the tax in us diplomats in cuba officials say some of the incidents were confined to parts of rooms with laserlike specifically in one case an american was jolted from his bed with a glaring noise. it then went silent and returned when he got back into
bed some of the victims have reported episodes they say they know how problems concentrating or remembering specific words. the fbi and the state department are investigating. fire crews are making progress on the fire near woodside, the fire is now 40% contained which is up from 30% last night, the fire started after a lightning strike monday hit the hills. 50 acres have burned but no homes are threatened. all of the wildfires in the western us and canada are affecting air quality and visibility currently 62 fires are burning in western states, california oregon and montana have been the hardest hit. more than 8 million acres have burned in the us this year. drivers under 21 could face new restrictions under a bill that is headed to the governor's desk. if the governor signs it all new drivers under 21 will be given provisional licenses for the first year, during that
time they cannot drive between 11:00 at night and 5:00 in the morning unless they are going to or from school or work. they also would not be allowed to drive passengers under the age of 21. right now drivers under 18 are required to have the provisional licenses. >> i think it is really inconvenient and it kind of feels like a punishment. >> the younger generation will be more prone to distractions in the car due to lack of experience. >> four years ago a similar bill was vetoed. the author of the bill says the changes will protect young drivers. transit agency bark four -- will be taking steps to include local bgp -- lgbtq directors to join the agency they are looking to get a 5%
preference to the bay area lgbt chamber of commerce the proposal would be phased into a small business program which will give a leg up to small businesses in the bay area. today, oakland a's president dave cavil joins us live. deal or no deal? the back and forth between top democrats and the president over daca and the border wall. stories of everyday heroes, heather holmes introduces us to people from alameda county that are being honored for putting others first. welcome to "mornings on 2", i wish we had a change on this situation we have been dealing with since 4:00 this morning the crash bound -- on westbound i-80 just west of eden canyon road. the roadway was completely locked down for hours because of a crash involving two big rigs. >> one person killed in