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good morning are welcome to mornings on 2. it is saturday, september 23. we are going to check the weather first but let's talk about some of the big stories making news in the bay area and across the world. president trump is in a showdown of sorts with warriors mbp steph curry. this morning the president is tweeting about steph curry >> it's reaction with the champ said yesterday about going to the white house. the president is not happy and more on that coming up as the health care debate continues all eyes again are on arizona senator john mccain. he could be the deciding vote once again on a possible repeal bill. it could repeal the affordable
care act. what senator mccain is saying about the grand cassidy bill. we are watching puerto rico and there is a damn that is failing at this point. in danger of flooding the entire neighborhoods downstream. there is been so much rain from hurricane maria in that area and more on that coming up. there are about 70,000 people who live in below that damn and the pictures say a lot. you can see the island already has so many problems with power including one of them. we will watch that. rosemary has the forecast. >> it's going to be nice today. first weekend of fall and we warm up back into the 80s for the inland cities. even into the 90s as we get down the road in the extended forecast. but not for the weekend. let's look outside where we have a lot of clear skies. a gorgeous view over san
francisco and the bay. we begin to see daylight and we have some nice weather coming our way with temperatures warmer today than yesterday as get into the afternoon. again 60s for the coast and 70s around the bay and 80s for the warmer locations. you can see a lot of the state is under clear skies. we had a cool down come our way late in the week and had snow falling over the sierra weight in the mid but you can see the sierra has also dried out if you're going up for your weekend will be dry but it will be chilly. farther out there is a system that brought the cooldown so some drizzle and a few light scattered showers to the bay area but the more impressive item was the snow down to 6000 feet in the sierra. here are the temperatures outside now. a cool start over santa rosa. 44. in east bay 49. upper 40s to start in livermore. for the second part of the day temperatures will move upward
and we have some very pleasant weather coming our way for the east bay shore. until lunchtime low 70s and then we talk about in mid to upper 70s for the second part of the day. the full forecast coming up. let's talk a little more about president trump this morning taking aim at warriors guard steph curry specifically tweeting about the white house the potential for white house visit. >> here's what donald trump said. it's a going to the white house is considered a great honor for a championship team. steph curry says they therefore invitation is withdrawn. we assume this is all in response to warriors media day in which much of that conversation was about whether the nba champions would make the trip to the white house. >> some of the players are already hinted that the team might not be in favor of doing
the traditional white house visit. rob malcolm was there at media day and has more on reaction from players and fans. >> reporter: the champagne was not even locked up in the locker room floor and the warriors were faced with a decision. >> at the end of the day we are the ones that have to attend if we decide to attend. i think it's only right that we all decide together. it's not one person her choice. it will be between all of us for >> reporter: the nba champions would make the white house visit during an off day on it east coast road swing. for the warriors that would mean at the end of february 2018. so far the team has not received a formal invitation and as a players decide whether to visit the leader of the free world steph curry sounded like a state leader saying this is an opportunity to send a strong message. we don't stand for basically what our president had -- the
things he says and the things that he has not sent. at the right times that we will stand for. by acting or not going hopefully that will inspire some change when it comes to what we tolerate in this country and what is accepted and what is we turn a blind eye to >> reporter: at the white house find out the warriors would've turned down to visit it's likely no white house visit. it seemed the the book paul is in the golden state court and fans also have opinions. >> personally i think they should know. >> i would like to see politics be put aside and go. let the country celebrate in their championship and enjoy it a good thing to happen in the bay area for >> reporter: when the warriors of the cavaliers a trip to the white house was a no-brainer. former president obama a local basketball fan shared the signature moment with this tweet. >> quote they the kind of people you want to represent a city.
representing the nba. that was a different time and face with a different administration players like andre are not mixing warrants >> north korea is on our [ null ]. we've got bigger problems than a guy shooting a ball and who going to the white house. >> reporter: it was clear media day this is not about steph curry. it's not about katie or one single player. according to curry decision we made as a group later this fall under one voice. another option for the team that schools white house visit is a trip to the capitol the invitation has been extended by house minority leader nancy pelosi whose district is in san francisco. no doubt with the players decide will speak volumes. happening today conservative commentator molly office will announce his plans for his free- speech week at uc berkeley which is supposed to start tomorrow. the list of right-wing speakers
has been changing day today. with one big name just dropping out yesterday. christien kafton joins us now from the campus this morning where milo yiannopoulos is vowing that his message is going to be heard this week. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we are trying to monitor who is in and who is out this morning. he will hold the news conference this afternoon to announce his plans for what conservatives on the campus are calling free-speech week and we have some video of his last visit to the cal campus. that was in february and sparked a strong response from protesters starting fires and breaking windows. organizers of free-speech week say they are planning on plowing ahead despite recent setbacks. berkeley knows if they cancel the event of bad press for them. if we cancel event we look like a bunch of cowards. that means we are winning. and that means they recognize they are more and more isolated and more and more hated.
we are not going to let them glom together at berkeley and turned berkeley into another charlottesville. >> reporter: free-speech week is set to begin sunday but the list of attendees is fluid. brupper executive chairman for white house advisor steve bennett has indicated he is out and conservative commentator ann coulter announced she will not be taking those speaking this week but for those who will speak because organizers missed reservation deadlines so speeches will be outdoors only and the positives referred for tuesday evening for david horwitz and wednesday evening for in all plus. if in fact he is going to be coming. he indicated he was interested in coming to this sprout possible to be ticketed events to avoid a free-for-all already police here are estimating security costs at $1 million and up. protests against the possibility of hate speech what substance are calling hate speech will begin as early as today will monitor free-speech week at this promises to be a
list of very interesting events. investigators say a malfunctioning freezer set up a fire last night in san mateo county. 10 people were displaced in this fire started at an apartment building on fourth avenue in the north fair oaks area close to redwood city. public safety committee case and center started getting calls about smoke coming from the building after 5:40 last night. firefighters had the fire under control quickly about 15 minutes or so is what it took to bring the flames under control. the fire burned two apartments on the second floor of the first floor apartment directly below sustain some water damage. the property manager is looking for housing for those 10 people displaced from the units. firefighters initially got reports that might have been children trapped inside the building but everyone in the end was confirmed safe. a pop those popular grocery store owner was killed by a hit-and-
run driver. gus vardakastanis was struck by a silver car outside the city wholesale produce market. it happened around 2:15 a.m. and police say the driver never stopped. the victim owned and gus's market and other neighborhood markets in the area. those who knew him says he was a pillar of the community. >> he loved his work and did it for 43 years. he operated his own stores for almost 37 years. he loved going to the produce terminal and selecting produce and working with him and our produce buyers to make sure that our customers and our employees had the best resources. >> police are looking into whether the car is linked to a shooting that happened a few blocks away minutes before. the suspect vehicle is described as a silver sedan with damage to the windshield and front-end. rescue crews in mexico are continuing to work they did
continue working through the night trying to find any more survivors in the ruins of destroyed buildings. many are still missing and now after the magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck tuesday. so far almost 300 people have been confirmed dead. over half of those victims were killed in mexico city. families of some of the people who are still missing have been waiting outside buildings that have collapsed holding out hope they'll be ill-defined their loved ones. >> it's difficult because my brother is there three days ago. so it's difficult because all the time is there waiting for him. >> mexican authorities say they are only using heavy equipment to clear some of the buildings and through the rubble when they are sure there are no signs of life in those buildings. facebook is being sued for workplace discrimination. the lawsuit socially giant is facing as one man says the
good morning. happy saturday. a beautiful you -- of you in san francisco. temperatures are rebounding and we are going warmer in time for the weekend. the numbers coming up a group of local firefighters are back home in the bay area after helping hurricane victims in both florida and texas. he left back on august 26 to help victims of hurricane harvey and fast -- initially went to help the flood victims
in houston and the team was getting ready to go home when they were then called to florida to help people in the path of hurricane irma. in florida the task force took part in the number of rescues including rescuing one woman who did not have the use of any of her limbs. found a lady who was a quadriplegic and she had lost power to her house and her air bed so she was on the ground. she rode the storm out there and been sitting on the ground for about five days. had we not been doing a search only time will tell how much longer she would've sat there. >> other members of the task force flew home a few days at -- a few weeks ago. officials in puerto rico are keeping a close eye on a failing dam that is overflowing because of the rain from hurricane maria. northwest region of the island has been hit with over 15 inches of rain and that caused the reservoir to overflow. there are 70,000 people who live below that dam and they
are being taken out of the area. this is happening as more than 80% of the island for the internet cables are down this morning really everyone is without power. new york over andrew, visited puerto rico and promised to send supplies. >> a lot of reagan's in new york who cannot contact the family members. they don't know how they are. they hear that there are a number of deaths. >> 27 deaths have been blamed on the latest hurricane maria has now passed bahamas and is a category 3 storm. let's talk about your weekend weather. it's going to be a gorgeous weekend. that fall like weather did not stick around long. >> it was cold and breezy and i think for many folks but now we are cranking the heat up >> mother nature is not done. fall equals warmer typically. >> we have short-term memory. we forget how it goes but it's
we ended summer and now look at this. blue skies and warmer weather in store for your weekend. the first full weekend. giving you a view what a gorgeous view. iconic bridge look at that all day long. we must move on. let's look at storm tracker where we continue to follow all that clear sky from the coast around the bay inland even in too tall hall. again the big story in tahoe was the snow falling all the way down to 6000 feet. several incidents reported in some areas. several photos coming across twitter friend at kirkwood sending a lot of good photos from there. but again that system has pushed off to the east and we are in a dry pattern. that will remain the case for your weekend. and beyond. if you're going to tahoe the snow has stopped but it's cold in the overnight. if you are backpacking or camping a freeze warning for some areas this morning as
temperatures get into the 20s. afternoon highs will be cool as well with low 50s today and upper 50s tomorrow. here at home we will warm up for the weekend and then the extended forecast perhaps even some 90s to be seen. now let's look at today first. 51 outside in san francisco. for the east bayshore 49 in oakland. in santa rosa 44. some of us are slightly warmer than yesterday. some of us slightly cooler but most of us starting with clear skies and a bit of patchy fog. 83 from nevada for the afternoon. 84 for santa rosa sell soweto 76. east bayshore mid to upper 70s and low 80s one creek low 80s expected into a beautiful day depending on how you like your weather. 80 degrees in san jose. 79 cupertino. extended along the peninsula 78 redwood city. 75 san bruno. low 70s and pacifica and half
moon bay. here is the extended forecast. temperatures heat up as we get into the bay area sunday. and that the 90s are back. upper 80s around the bay and low 80s expected along the coast. folks kept saying during august one are going to get some? and the clear skies? now we are getting them in september. >> i have friends in tahoe that would've sent me crazy snow pictures. amazing >> i look at them and is not from today? spoke coincidentally it was the last day of summer. there are conflicting reports about an earthquake in north korea. early this morning the quake was at least a 3.0 magnitude was detected in an area used for nuclear testing. in the past earthquake is a sign a nuclear bomb has been
tested underground. china believes that could be the case again. however south korean officials say the quake was not caused by an explosion. this comes after one week of back-and-forth name-calling between kim jong un and president trump. last night the president had this to say about north korea. >> we cannot have madmen out there shooting rockets all over the place. and by the way rocket man should have been handled a long time ago. this should not be handled now. but i'm going to handle it because we have to handle it. >> the treasury department has been ordered to cut off anyone who does business with the north it's been attempt to to turn north korean's nuclear program. they responded with a warning saying trump is quote a gangster fond of playing with fire. bart shutting down one of its stations today planning for some future expansion. coming up we tell you about the delays you can expect if you are using the bart system today
a former facebook employees suing the menlo park social networking firms and he was let go after he complained about the company culture toward older workers. any lawsuit filed in los angeles superior court he claims facebook has a record of firing employees older than 50 and he is 52. according to city news service the older employees were told they were a quote poor cultural fit and they do not move fast enough. new service requested comments from both him and facebook but not the respondent. supporters want to appeal a statewide gas tax are one step
closer to having it put on the ballot. the tax was approved by the legislature last april and imposes a 12 sent per gallon fee and said to go into effect on november 1. republic and assembly man travis allen is gathering signatures for a ballot measure to repeal the tax but he did not like the language that was used for the ballot measures title and summary so we went to court is sacramento county superior court judge sided with him finding it was problematic in the words tax and fee do not appear anywhere in the title. but the judge was clear that the attorney general has intentionally written a title in summary that was designed to mislead telephone voters. >> once the court can settle on a new title and summary for the measure those opposed to the tax will have 180 days to gather 360 -- three 65,000 signatures to qualify the measure for the ballot in 2018. palo alto-based hewlett-
packard is going 5000 jobs or 10% of its workforce to lower cost. the company set schedule made by the end of the hb says the move will affect employees in the u.s. and overseas and does include managers. according to the chief financial officer hewlett- packard has a goal of saving $1.5 million over three years. san francisco based uber dealing with a big setback overseas. the city of london declared uber unfit to operate. saying the company failed to properly handle safety and security issues. london police accused uber of either not reporting or taking too long to report serious crimes such as sexual assault. uber says it's drivers passing background checks as regular london cab drivers and the company said it follows all rules on reporting serious incidents. >> over 40,000 licensed drivers will be out of work. there will be no way to support themselves or their friends and family.
>> the license will not be renewed when it expires on september 30. but london authorities will allow uber to continue to operate while it goes through the appeals process which could take months. walmart wants to deliver groceries to your refrigerator. they've said service in the south bay that allows the driver to enter your home deliver the packages and yes even put your groceries away and you don't even have to be home. delivery person is given a one time code to open the door and directions on where they should put things in walmart says customers will get the alert when -- on the phone when someone enters. it's been tested with in the silicon valley who have locks connected to the internet. >> make yourself at home come on in put your foot away. >> sounds nice. president trump his travel ban will expire today and the rush by
right? i cannot say i knew that off the top of my head. >> hopefully you are traveling somewhere nice today. it's going to be a dynamite weekend across the bay. >> first weekend of fall and we are just falling new information coming in we knew the president said that nfl should fire any players that kneel during the national anthem. roger goodell sent out a statement to the if you minutes the nfl commissioner that read in part in response to the comments that divisive comments like these demonstrate unfortunate lack of respect from the nfl our great game and our players. the failure to understand the overwhelming force for good our clubs and players represent in the community for >> the speech last night the president took aim sort of in a roundabout way at former 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick who as we know begun this trend
of not standing for the national anthem. and kneeling for the anthem. he called for players such as kaepernick hudec similar stands to be booted out of the league. there's a response from the nfl. >> will follow the story. interesting morning. good morning two. >> good morning. i'm claudine wong and thank you for waking up with us. let's talk about your weather the first weekend of fall in the bay area. it's shaping up to be a gorgeous day. will the gate bridge shot looks so clear. >> severe clear. >> we have a bit of wind and dry weather moving in. and yes even patches of fog this morning. around they can and then is wall-to-wall sunshine. here is san jose. as we get the door this morning it is a bit cool out. it does feel like fall this morning. the the afternoon we have some very pleasant weather coming our way. a warmer weekend and then as we get into the days ahead etc.
forecast even toasty weather coming back to the bay area. here is what's going on from above. cannot spot much fog or low cloud cover this morning for the wind coming in from the north and napa coming in from the south and southeast so a bit of a variable went out to start the morning. for temperatures we have 44 in santa rosa. 47 half moon bay. 36 palo alto. 40s equals a chill in the air. 40 at livermore. low 50s hayward and san jose. for some temperatures are up and others temperatures are down. if you have an early morning start you might need an extra layer. because it is sunny does not mean it's warm. 75 the afternoon i today in san francisco. 76 oakland. a beautiful day in the south bay. low 80s for antioch. 83 in fairfield.
eventually these could be low 90s. i show you when coming up uc berkeley this morning the school officials are preparing for some big protest expected to begin starting this weekend for >> county demonstrated are being planned against free speech week. a week organized by right-wing commentator milo yiannopoulos christien kafton is live at the campus ahead of this free speech weekend events. i know it scheduled to begin tomorrow but the question is what is this week going to look like? it keeps changing. >> reporter: that is the question. nobody knows exactly who the speakers will be and really free speech week you can say starts today. a protest already planned for today meanwhile milo yiannopoulos will release a news conference this afternoon at some point to lay out his plans for free speech week on campus. we have video of what is last visit was like back in february milo yiannopoulos on campus invoked a strong response of
protesters starting fires and breaking windows in the area. free speech week will begin sunday but list of attendees is still fluid. report executive chairman and former white house advisor steve bannon has indicated he is out. conserver commentator ann coulter announced she will not be speaking on his youtube channel milo yiannopoulos indicated he is planning on speaking on campus despite the of controversy. >> administration at uc berkeley have tried everything to derail free speech week. >> for those who will speak because organizers missed reservation deadlines speeches will be outdoors only and spell process is reserved for tuesday evening for david or with and wednesday evening for milo yiannopoulos. those will be ticketed events on the campus and police already estimate the security costs could top $1 million and up. protest against the speeches
are set to begin today. i can tell you i was here last week when ben shapiro was in the area and campus looked very different than what it looks like today. they were k rails in front of sproul plaza all the way down to lower plaza blocking off telegraph avenue as it approached the campus. blocking of bancroft so on. if that is going to be the strategy that berkeley and uc pd work out this time. we will monitor what the happenings here on the campus as well as the police response and the possibility are like the possibility of protests. >> the guest list for this free speech week keeps fluctuating we don't really know who's in or who's out. did you get the sense does it really matter to school officials from a security standpoint? will it change the response at all? or is it just all hands on deck no matter what? >> reporter: surely they are
going to therapy response depending on who is going to show and who's not the feeling i'm getting from the response and from the school and the city response is that they will prepare for the worst and then pull back if they have to make sure they have the resources available but we are looking at cost of up to $1 million and the possibility to handle free speech week on the campus. president trump is going over possible new version of his travel ban in this one could include more tailored restrictions on travelers from additional countries. homeland security is recommending targeted restrictions on nations it says refused to share sufficient information on whether visitors are considered a threat. officials have not said which countries could be affected. the president original travel ban from those impacted six predominately muslim countries that band expires tomorrow.
john mccain could once again be the deciding vote on repealing the affordable care act. the arizona senator said he will vote against the graham- cassidy bill as any legislation be a product of a bipartisan part of hearings and debate. you might recall his nobel -- is vote killed repeal effort in july. it might in the current to fire although president trump is vowing to continue to fight. >> he decided to do something different. that is fine. i say we still have a chance and we are going to do it eventually. >> republicans can only lose two votes and pass the bill with a tie-breaking vote from vice president. if they don't pass image by next saturday a special budget rules kick in allowing democrats to filibuster any possible repeal or placement. senator sanders is in the bay area urging people to keep up the pressure against attempts to appeal repeal obamacare. the former candidate talk to
thousands of nurses yesterday afternoon and east coast of the bill called medicare for all and pointed out that opponents millions of dollars in california to defeat a single- payer measure for the state. >> we are going to be taking on the drug companies we are going to be taking on the insurance companies. but you understand and i understand that when the american people stand up together we are going to win this fight. >>'s bill would expand the medicare health insurance program to all americans no matter income or agents of the nurses single payer plan was dramatically lower cost. >> friends and supporters of the man known as bubbles gathered at a rally in san francisco city hall to demand justice. for the dry coin who was shot and killed almost 2 weeks ago. last night 100 people chanted bubbles the name of the popular tenderloin dj anthony torres. those protesters demanded
action to solve the killing quickly asking city leaders and police to find and arrest his killer. >> i'm feeling pretty upset. it's just hard to lose a friend. i've known him for many years. >> i'm hurt and in pain. like my friends are feeling. i just want to feel safe. >> a memorial marks the spot where bubbles was shot and killed about two weeks ago on larkin street in the tenderloin. friends said the suspect walked out of the strip club chased bubbles across the street and then shot and killed him. police have identified a person of interest in the case when they are not releasing any more details on that person but police say investigators are working hard on the case but it does take time to follow up leads and evidence. renzo started a petition to put pressure on the mayor to help bring bubbles killer to justice. deputies are investigating a deadly shooting this morning near hillsboro. last night one person was killed and another injured
after shooting in a field outside forest hill. they spent much of the night searching for the people responsible for the shooting and the person injured in the shooting remains in the hospital this morning. san rafael police are looking for three women who are suspected of snatching the purse of a 92-year-old woman. police put out surveillance footage of these three women walking through the northgate mall last saturday. in this shot we've highlighted them with the spot shadow investigators say the robbery happened out in the parking lot. police say the victim was getting into her car when one of these three women came up from behind grabbed her purse and then jumped into another waiting car which then sped away. police of the night two-year- old woman is from greenbrae and the victim is unclear she was hurt during the robbery. city of san francisco is showing off affordable housing. this building at 588 mission bay boulevard is a type of housing some say is needed all
around the bay area. >> two-bedrooms. >> reporter: she can hardly believe his luck just two months ago he and his wife immigrants from tunisia were living in san francisco tenderloin neighborhood. >> she didn't like the place. it was noisy and not safe >> reporter: an amazon warehouse worker his wife an employee of mcdonald's entered an online for the housing artery to live in the trendy mission bay district and won >> mission bay. we were dreaming before. today leaders unveiled the 200 unit building replete with vast courtyards a fitness center and 10,000 square feet of retail space. >> i'm proud that we were able to accomplish the largest affordable housing project in the city >> most of the units are for families of four with the combined income of less than $50,000. >> unless there is something
wrong in your dna you have to feel good about that when you see kids and families and things so you know have struggled to be in this city at all. >> reporter: related ncpd for the chinese community development corporation were in charge of developing the nearly $75 million project. funding was provided by the city and ucsf it will give some units to families seriously ill children being treated at the nearby hospital. >> as a kid growing up in san francisco myself and went through the >> it was a project close to reverend norman fox heart >> is in a beautiful? >> the bathroom is bigger than a chinatown sro. >> a big bash at a says 588 literally gave him a new lease on life. >> it is my life. especially cleaner. >> he says he pays about $1500 a month for his two bedroom place and the tenderloin he was paying $1200 for a one bedroom.
he says he is now studying computer science and hopes to start his own family someday and purchase his own home. one prediction has the world ending today. >> some christian numerologist's claim the world will end on september 23. because the planet will collide with earth. i don't know why we did not lead with this. the point -- they point out bible verses is a sign that recent events like the solar eclipse and hurricane harvey and irma will lead to the apocalypse another office at the same planetary coincidence is already happening four times in the last thousand years. do we know what time today? i had plans. i want to know what time the world will end. >> i think you are good. >> homelessness continues to be a problem for many bay area cities.
returns in the extended forecast. details coming up. the warm springs of bart station in fremont will be closed this weekend. crews are preparing for the planned extension to san jose so there will be a three bus runs every 15 minutes between the warm springs and fremont stations. bart says people should add enough extra 30 minutes or so to the trip close will happen today and tomorrow in san francisco one the city iconic cable car lines is now out of services of crews can replace a 30-year-old gearbox. now the california line only is being serviced by bus as well crews replace the gearbox which runs the 4 miles of steel cable underneath california street. gearbox also have to be replaced on the hyde street, powell street and mason street lines but one of those those they will do one line at a time over the next few years. the transit director for the mta joined us yesterday for the
answer people concerned about missing a cable car ride do not need to worry. >> the california line will be down for eight days the other three lines remain available so people who come to san francisco with the expectation to ride one of the iconic cable cars will be able to do so. >> work on the gearboxes on those other cable car lines will happen on and off again for the next five years. if you have plans outside today it might be a little chilly this morning. but you are in luck. it's going to be nice out today. >> clear skies and dry air in place. it comes in these september early october time frame where we do have wall-to-wall sunshine and temperatures begin to soar. with that also comes heightened fire danger. and yes in the hills for the northbay national weather service has decided it will issue a red flag warning starting later today and go all
the way until tuesday morning and you can see here it's only for our northbay hills and medicago inland it's going to be for areas over the sacramento national weather service area as well. gusty conditions and dry conditions and heightened fire danger. that's going on for the afternoon and he while the rest of us enjoying some beautiful weather we have napa with a north breeze at 12 miles per hour. temperatures it is a cool start 40 degrees in livermore 47 walnut creek 44 in santa rosa and mid-forties in half moon bay. pacifica clear skies and a cool start but a beautiful afternoon instore the 49 degrees right now in oakland. for the northbay this afternoon 83 and 81 san rafael. 76 south soweto. 76 san leandro and 75 the
afternoon high for alameda. south bay locations 80 degrees in san jose. 81 saratoga and 78 santa cruz. for the peninsula upper 70s in redwood city. 75 san bruno. beautiful there and low 70s expected in daly city and half moon bay. for the game today gametime 6:05 after 11 i temperatures begin to fall we have a westerly breeze 50 miles per hour 70 degrees with movies i skies expected at gametime. cooling off into the 60s over the evening. here is six and a forecast. temperatures continue to move in the upward direction for the backend of your weekend. upper 80s for the warmer locations near 90 degrees as we get back to work on monday. low 90s and the forecast for the inland cities tuesday under mostly sunny skies and upper 80s around the bay which is warm for us and look at the coast. low 80s in the forecast. going to be a few beach days if
you can get away >> how long will it last? >> we will see up-and-down for the next six weeks or so. >> back and forth >> nother the ups and downs are that bad. >> changes are coming to at&t park for the giants. what the team is doing to help ensure fans safety during the game. [ upbeat music playing ]
welcome back giants will be to postpone the inevitable at least through this weekend. last night the rival dodgers came into town needed just one more win to clinch the national league west. doctors already or no festival to celebrate the 90th birthday of longtime manager tommy lasorda. john stroka one nothing lead into the first but the game turned in the bottom of the third inning. dodgers first baseman cody belanger hit this three-run
homer and that was his 39th homerun of the season. that's the national league record rookie record. dodgers went on to win 4-2 macinnes had victory let the champagne celebration begin. the dodgers pop the corks and sprayed the bubbly all over themselves maybe enjoyed a bit of it as well. inside the clubhouse and doctors when the west for the fifth consecutive year. giants are working to improve fan safety at at&t park. by adding more protective netting behind home plate. giants ceo larry baird tells the chronicle the team is now discussing how far they want to extend the netting. san diego padres seattle mariners and cincinnati reds have already announced they will be installing more netting response to a for you girl seriously injured by a foul ball at yankee stadium on wednesday. the a's for their parts of the fan safety is a major concern for them and they also are studying whether to extend the
netting at the coliseum. they also rookie first baseman who is hitting home runs. matt olson went deep last night for the sixth time in seven games. still looking at 24th homerun of the season. 13th this month. they beat the rangers 4-1 40 the chances of making the playoffs as a wild-card. happening today high school football takes over levi's stadium and santa clara creek two games today in the south bay. here's a live look at levi's stadium this morning. this afternoon high school take on wilcox i at 3:30 and then at 7 pm st. mary's and stockton in the field to play against notre dame from santa ana. both teams are ranked as one of the top teams in the country general mission tickets are available for $10 plenty of college football happening around the bay today. for the big schools san jose state hosting utah state university as part stadium in san jose. mountain west school those
schools face-off for the first time since 2014. kickoff in the south bay is at 4:30. also a begin today happening in berkeley. pac-12 rival usc comes to town it's the first road game for the number five ranked trojans you might recall the squeak out a win against texas last week in overtime. both teams enter this game today undefeated. the bears hoping to make a big statement today by hanging a loss on the trojans and being one of the top ranked teams in the country. kickoff 12:30 at memorial stadium. another team also in town today. stanford hosting ucla in pac-12 play. stanford is one -- one to the past nine games against the bruins. home game for the cardinal football team and kickoff is 7:30. >> go bruins. oakland a's looking to build a new stadium near
>> well, enjoying a nice breakfast this morning. >> they have a camera there. >> is that camera there all the time, by the way? >> how does that exist? >> we may have seen him before. on the weekend, we like to bring you all over the country and the world. >> very cool. >> welcome to mornings on 2. thanks for waking up with us on this saturday, september 23. i'm claudine wang. >> i'm alex sav ige. we will check weather in a moment but first the big stories we're following this morning. first of all, president donald trump going one-on-one with warriors mvp steive stef curry, taking came at curry on twitter. >> all in reaction to what he said yesterday about going to the white house or not wanting to go to the white house. and the president is not happy. we're engaging that and reaction as well. and we're talking about cal. there is a week that is
supposed to be starting tomorrow called free speech week. and unclear how it will look. the list of speakers is still very fluid. >> we will check in with christian in a bit, on the uc berkeley campus and tell you about the big name for free speech week that just dropped out yesterday and then we will tell you about the organizer of all of this. and exactly what his plans are. he plans to speak out apparently at a news conference later on today. we should learn more. and plus, say goodbye to summer. i already said goodbye to summer. did you say your goodbyes already? it is the first weekend of fall. officially. and not going to feel like it though. >> look at that. that is 24, not only is traffic moving just fine but there are days when we have taken a look at the same shot, rosemary and it has been gray and gloomy and chilly the last couple of days. >> and i turned on my heater the first time in my house. super wimpy. >> a little dramatic. >> this is not breaking news. >> this is par for the course. >> she is telling you the
truth. >> at least i know it to be true. >> we say goodbye to summer and we get the nice weather. there it is. that's what happens. >> a gorgeous start to the day. we have mostly clear skies around the bay area. and beautiful iconic golden gate there for you to view. we will have mostly sunny skies in store for your weekend. shear another view from up a-- here is another view from up above where we are looking at patchy fog trying to develop but not having much success. the drier air is in place. the winds are generally calm. over portions of the central and south bay. a little breezy over portions of the north bay. with the dry weather in place, warmer weather coming to the bay area, also means heightened fire danger. the national weather service is issuing a red flag warning from saturday afternoon, meaning today, into the afternoon, all the way into tuesday morning. and it is for our north bay hills. so everybody else looking, feeling pretty good. although we are late into the season of summer transitioning into fall and that vegetation is very, very dry. so just a heads up that we will
have heightened fire danger going into the days ahead. because we have warmer weather in the days ahead. 52 degrees right now in oakland. and 58 in napa. and 58 to start your morning in santa rosa. so the heat is not on just yet. it is a chilly start for some. upper 40s half moon bay and the inner east bay, walnut creek, and for the afternoon, temperatures going above yesterday's highs of 70 degrees. a beautiful 70 degrees in pacifica for the afternoon. and 75 in san francisco. a lot of 70s around the bay. a lot of festivals going on in oakland, you have the festival at jack london square and nice for you there. and low 80s in concord. and low 80s expected in antioch. and eventually these low 80s turning into low 90s. i will have a look at what you can expect in the extended forecast coming up. >> thanks, rosemary. happening today, conservative commentator, expected to announce plans for free speech week at uc berkeley. it is supposed to start tomorrow. >> and the list of right wing speakers has been changing every single day almost with the big names just dropping out
yesterday. and ktvu christian captain joining us live this morning on the cal campus where the organizer of all of this is vowing that his message is going to be heard. >> reporter: yes, at this point, though, that list of speakers is still fluid, is i guess the best way to describe it. the news conference will be expected today, to lay out the plans for the free speech week on the cal campus. we have video of a previous visit and if you remember back to february, it was an incredible scene. lots of protests. strong response here on the cal campus. protests starting fires. breaking windows. free speech week is set to begin here tomorrow. but the list of attendees as i said, still fluid. breitbart executive chairman and former white house advisor steve bannon has indicated he is out and conservative commentator ann coulter says she will not be speaking at cal this week. those opposing the conservative speakers say they are battling back hate speech. >> that means we are winning
and they recognize they are more and more isolated and more and more hated and not let them gloom together in berkeley and turn berkeley into another charlottesville. >> berkeley knows if they cancel the event it is bad press for them so if we cancel the event, we look like a bunch of cowards. >> reporter: for those who will speak, because organizers missed reservation deadline, the speech will be outdoors only. and the plaza has been reserved tuesday evening for david horowitz, and wednesday evening, if the leader is going to be speaking on the cal campus. you can see the plaza largely empty right now. getting ready for the cal/usc game later on today. when this free speech week does get under way here, and if those speakers are out here on tuesday, and wednesday evening, those will be ticketed events. to avoid a free for all. already, police here in berkeley estimating the security cost at up to a million dollars. the protest against free speech week, set to begin today.
with a protest at noon. and you can bet that there is going to be a lot more protests if free speech week progresses as they had originally planned. back to you. >> christian captain live on the uc berkeley campus, thank you very much. reaction has been swift, ever since president trump tweeted this morning that he is withdrawing an invitation to the golden state warriors to come there to the white house for the traditional visit for any championship team. >> and president trump made that tweet early this morning. posting this message that says, going to the white house is considered a great honor for a championship team. steph curry is hesitating, therefore invitation is withdrawn. neither curry or the warriors have responded but social media is buzzing right now. the white house chief photographer, under president obama, posted this photo, right after mr. trump's tweet. the picture shows steph curry at the oval office demonstrating his famous jump start when he visited president
obama last year. >> president trump withdrawing the white house invitation and it could have been likely in response to what steph curry and other players had to say during the warriors media day yesterday. a lot of the questions, a lot of the focus is on whether the traditional visit would be made to the white house. >> rob malcolm has more on the players and what they were saying at the media day indicating they were not going to go. >> reporter: the champagne wasn't even mopped up from the locker room floor and the warriors were faced with a decision. >> at the end of the day, we are the ones that have to attend. if we decide to attend, and i think it is only right that, you know, we all decide together. it is not one person's choice. it is not two people's. you know, it will be between all of us. >> the nba champs traditionally make the white house visit during an off day on the road swing and for the warriors that
means end of february 2018. so far the team has not received a formal invitation and as the players decide whether to visit the leader of the free world, steph curry sounded like a state leader, saying this is an opportunity to send a strong message. >> we don't stand for basically what our president has -- the things that he said, and the things that he hasn't said, in the right times, that we won't stand for it. and by acting or not going, hopefully that will inspire some change when it comes to what we tolerate in this country, and what is accepted, and that is -- what we turn a blind eye to. >> if the white house finds out that the warriors would turn down the visit, it is likely no white house visit would be extended. it seems right now the ball is in golden state's court and fans also have opinions. >> me personally, i think they should go. >> i would like to see politics be put aside. and go. >> and let the country
celebrate and their championship, and enjoy a really good thing that happened in the bay area. >> in 2016 when the warriors beat the cavs a trip to the white house was a no-brainer. former president obama, a vocal basketball fan shared the signature moment with this tweet. they are the kind of people you want representing a city. representing the nba. >> that was a different time. and faced with a different administration. players like andre iguodala is not mixing words. >> north korea is on our ass, i heard. so we got bigger problems between the ball and the hoop and going to the white house. >> and it was clear media day, this is not about steph curry or kd or one single player. according to curry, the decision will be made as a group later this fall, under one voice. another option for the team that excludes the white house visit is a trip to the capitol. that invitation has been extended by the house ma north leader nancy pelosi whose district is in san francisco. no doubt what the players decide will speak volumes.
from the warriors team store, in walnut creek, rob malcolm, ktvu fox 2 news. president trump stirred up some new controversy during a rally in alabama last night. the president criticized nfl players who choose to neil during the national anthem, saying they should be fired. >> you know, some owner is going to do that. he is going to say that guy that disrespects our flag, he is fired. and that owner, they don't know it, they don't know it, they are friends of mine, many of them, they don't know it, they will be the most popular person for a week. >> president trump didn't single anyone out but many players responded to the comments on twitter. and the safety says it gives others reason to protest and the detroit lions player eric ebron says the president should stick to politics. >> roger goodell says in part,
divisive comments like these demonstrate an unfortunate lack of pt for -- of respect for the nfl and the our great game and all of our players and failure to understand the overwhelming force for good our players and clubs represent for our communities. a busy past two weeks in oakland, a lot of buzz around the a's announcement they want to build a new stadium. and that commitment to the city presents some unique challenges though. some benefits. >> absolutely. >> and joining us this morning to talk about the plans for the new ballpark there, along with some other issues, here in the city of oakland, mayor libby shaft. kind enough to take some time this morning. thank you very much. >> good morning. >> can we ask you first, before you get to the ballpark, can we ask you first about the president has uninvited the golden state warriors to the white house here, because he felt like the players didn't want to come, so he rescinded the invitation. >> just your brief reaction to that if you could. >> it is great to be an american where we can publicly
criticize our elected officials and speak our minds and steph curry spoke his, and i guess surprise, surprise, the president responded with his usual lack of grace. >> but is it where we should go to the white house, should we not go to the white house? >> well, honestly, i was not planning to go. if the warriors were going this year. but i want to respect their decision. and again, this is america. it is a free country. people get to express their opinions. >> okay. let's talk about the a's. i know the site they picked was not the site you wanted. it wasn't your first choice. they have also said this is not a shovel-ready announcement because there is a lot of stuff that has to be worked out. how are you feeling about the ax's plan at this point? >> the thing i am most excited about is the a's are going to stay and they are going to pay. this is a privately-financed ballpark. and so i respect that since it is their money, they have had to figure out where that is going to make the most sense. and i do hope that the community gives them an
opportunity to demonstrate how this can help and not hurt the community. and the reason that i have been cautious about this site is it does pose a lot of challenges, particularly in the current crisis that we are in around housing affordability and displacement. >> a lot of people in that community, to your point, have concerns about being forced out. being priced out in that neighborhood. and obviously, the campus community people associated with the college and throughout the community college, they have concerns about this sort of disrupting their community as well. and we have seen some of these demonstrations, video of what you are seeing right now. what are you doing? what is your role in this process to try to put some of those concerns, put some of those people at ease here, who are concerned about what may happen with this ballpark? >> my job as mayor is always to find the win-win, so again, the a's have come right out of the gate acknowledging that this is a crisis and concern particularly in this community. they are paying for a thorough assessment of who is in that
community. not just where they're planning to build, but in the overall impact area. and they are paying right out of the gate, for an education campaign to ensure that tenants know their rights and know how to access free legal services. on the city side, we will be enacting interim controls that halt speculation in that area. >> do you think though, because it is not shovel ready, because all of this other stuff has to happen, because opponents have already come out and said we don't want it here, how likely do you think that this will be able to go all the way through or could we end up back at the drawing board looking at other options if we hit some bumps in the road? >> the a's knew what they were getting into. this is oakland. that means a robust community discussion. and they, i think, were wise, they announced, this is our kind of courting period. and we want to hear from the community. i hope that the community gives them a chance to demonstrate that they are listening and i again, the -- the a's bring a
great track record of being community players. and i mean that in every sense of the word. >> it seems they are coming into it with be a own mind. another issue, unfortunately this week we saw a disturbing hate crime in the city of oakland. hateful graffiti spray painted on temple sinai. at times you attend services there and this must have impacted you on a personal level. what do you think about the response we saw this week from the community to the hate crime? >> the congregation at temple sinai responded in such an oakland way, in my opinion. they covered up those hateful words with words of love. what a beautiful testament to the spirit of that congregation. but also this city. the city is a city known for its diversity, for its celebration of diversity. and that means religions. that means races. and that is just not who oakland is. >> do you think this is part of
a bigger problem that the united states is seeing or this is an oakland issue? is this specifically something in that neighborhood? >> we know that nationwide, hate crime has gone up 11% particularly since this president was elected. and that is something that even cities like oakland are not immune from. but i have to say, you know, i was at services that day, and a woman came up to me, and introduced herself as a holocaust survivor. and to think of what she felt when she saw those words, coming to her new years celebration, it just broke my heart. >> sometimes you can't control whatever, but you can control the response. and as you said, and turn it into something that shows unity. i want you let you talk about the program called paint the town and the brochure here and what it is. it is a unique program for oakland. >> well, yes, the city is covered with roads and we are trying to make roads useful for more than just cars.
and so paint the town, this is a pilot program, it is pretty innovative, not a lot of folks have ever done this in other cities, we are inviting people to apply to paint murals in intersections or along roadways. and it is community building. it also slows traffic. so it makes roads safer. >> interesting. >> it literally is known to slow the traffic down a little bit. if you're interested, we are going to have five community clinics to explain the process. you don't need to have funding lined up. and it is honestly very cheap. and there will be some grants available for communities that would need financial assistance to do it. we are waiving permit fees. you just have to get a permit to throw a block party the day you do the painting. >> and the idea you could reduce some of the graffiti that we see all over town and you give people an outlet here and obviously we know there are a lot of artists in the city of oakland and you give them an outlet for the program like this. >> absolutely. that is part of it. there is a lot of creative
expression that needs to come out in this city. this is a productive way. traditionally, we have never permitted this type of artwork. so it is an experiment. we are going to try it out. we are going to see how it goes. in this round, we will bewaring 30 permits -- bewaring 30 permits all over the city, to paint the town and if you want to find out more, go to paint the town at oakland net.com. >> and before we go, i know you were here recently talking to julie and frank about the homeless problem and really what oakland is dealing with, and i got to tell you, you know, we see the tents up on every street, and in terms of what people can expect, in terms of solutions, and how to make this better, not just for the homeless but the people who live in the neighborhoods where all of these tents have grown, and what is the short-term, long-term? >> well, let me be clear that encampments are not healthy for anyone. let alone unsheltered residents. but we are determined to not just move this problem to somebody else's neighborhood.
if is complex. no one has come up with a silver bullet. but we are moving at the speed of compassion and capacity. and what that means is while we are working as fast as we can to create more successful, we call them henry robinson homes, these are transitional, supportive, rapidly housing centers that have been very successful. while we work to stand more of those up, we are going to be doing somewhat we call outdoor navigation centers, so you are going to see the city council approving up to three sites. at their next meeting. and are you going to see just addressing the immediate hygiene and cleanliness issues at encampments. you might have seen, we started distributing some porta- potties. hand washing stations. garbage collection. at some of the encampments themselves. and we have also put in a request to the county because they have most of the funding
for mental health services and all of the supported services that we want. and even the people coming to help are worried about hepatitis and those concerns have come up as well for people trying to help people, and you don't want to put yourself at risk. >> absolutely. >> thank you very much, mayor. we appreciate you coming in today. >> thank you. i know you have a busy day ahead of you. >> always. >> thank you very much for taking the time. >> we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> we will send it over to rose mary for a check of how this day is shaping up. we have a great day in oakland. blue skies to start the day. we have the festival at jack london square. the a's playing later today and fabulous weather on tap. it is 76 degrees. and it is kind of what you like. giving you a look here at storm tracker 2, and the clouds are gone and a dry west to northwest flow in place and leading to heightened fire danger for the north bay hills. and joining us, the red flag warning for that area starts later today, for the north bay hills only, and talking about the bay area. as we get into areas over the sierra, we have dried out nicely as well. but boy is it cold in the
sierra. all the way down into the 20s this morning for some. there is a look at the system that brought us the cooler weather at the start of the week and a few scattered showers on thursday, and snow to the sierra, on thursday, as well. and here is a look at your tahoe forecast, if you're going to be heading in that direction, make sure you bundle up. the overnight lows, freezing and below freezing. and going on. not only this morning. but for tomorrow morning as well. and temperatures for the afternoon, in tahoe under mostly sunny skies. low 50s. and upper 50s in the forecast for the afternoon high on sunday. and so we have campers out there. backpackers, it is going to be very, very chilly. especially in the overnight hours. and here at home, temperatures will continue to climb. as we get into your weekend and beyond. and monday, tuesday, perhaps into wednesday, and temperatures back into the low 90s, for our inland communities. not today, and not tomorrow. and afternoon highs coming in just a moment. 51 degrees to start your morning in san francisco. and low 50s in oakland. upper 40s in walnut creek. and 54 san jose. and it is a cool one in areas over sant rosa, and 48 for you
here. and along the coast, half moon bay, 48 degrees. with the sunshining, we will begin to rebound in the next hour or so. afternoon highs look like this. low 70s expected at stinson beach for the afternoon. 76 by the water in sausalito. and low 80s in novato and to the east bay we go, mid to upper 80s for the east bay show. and low 80s for the warmer location, danville, livermore, antioch, 83 for today and south bay, san jose, 80, 81 for saratoga, a beautiful day for santa cruz and mostly sunny skies. and 78 the afternoon high for you there. and along the coast, we will have low 70s from pacifica, through half moon bay, and upper 70s inland areas like redwood city, and 75 in san bruno and 75 in the city of san francisco. that's a beautiful day. to be hanging out in the city for you there. and the extended forecast, temperatures continuing to warm, and then we get into those 90s. as we get back to work on monday. our inland communities, low 90s in the forecast, and tuesday, wednesday, and upper 80s around the bay. and for our coast, mostly sunny
skies skies. and 83 will be the average tuesday and wednesday. >> sounds nice. >> sure does sound nice. >> yes. >> it sounds very nice. >> we got to get out of here. [ laughter ] >> all right. thanks, rosemary. >> you got it. >> all right. 8:23 on the clock. coming up, the fight against lung cancer. we will introduce to you a woman who made a -- you to a woman who made a promise to herself after getting her own devastating diagnosis. >> plus, letting a complete stranger into your house to stock your fridge. the new plan by walmart that could mean never having to shop for groceries in the store again. do you like the sound of that? >> i do. and i am a senior public safety my namspecialist for pg&e. my job is to help educate our first responders on how to deal with natural gas and electric emergencies. emerg. everyday when we go to work we want everyone to work safely and come home safely.
gas tax repeal effort. >> the judge has intentionally written a title and summary designed to mislead california voters. >> once the court can settle on a new title and summary for the measure, those opposed to the tax will start gathering signatures, trying to get it on the ballot in november 2018. well, walmart wants to deliver groceries straight into your fridge. so the company is testing out a new service in the south bay. here is how it works. the driver would be allowed to enter your home and deliver your packages, and even put those groceries away, and you do not have to be home. that delivery person will be given a one-time code to your door. and then some direction on where you want your fruit and your vegetables, and walmart says customers will get an alert on a phone when someone enters their house. the service is being tested with walmart.com shoppers in the silicon valley who have locks connected to the internet. >> you can watch them live putting your eggs away in the fridge. >> show me the plums.
>> i like to pick out my fruit myself. that's the concern. but anyway, i don't trust anybody else to pick out my produce. >> trust issues. >> all right. 8:28. prout the city's newest affordable housing complex coming up. up. >> free speech week set to start on the cal campus this week but the list of who will be here and who is not here, is shifting. we will give give you the latest details coming up. you can't have this frenchie. but new finds are always arriving. so you can find something so you, for less. at homegoods.
done. >> yes. congratulations on that. beautiful piece of artwork. >> unless i'm just seeing things there. >> do not adjust your screen. >> and look at the golden gate bridge, as rosemary has said, it is what steve paulson says severe clear. no problem seeing the towers this morning. and traffic moving just fine on both bridges into san francisco. >> good morning. we are going over to rosemary for a look at how this is all shaping up and i don't know anyone who wouldn't like your forecast. >> it is almost like clock wook, get into september and fall, and boom, blue skies all over the place and mother nature says we're not done with summer yet. warmer weather. >> popular person all the way around. >> i will take the credit. [ laughter ] plenty of sunshine. blue skies for the afternoon as well. as we get into the afternoon with the warmer weather and the dry weather, and all of that moisture, that has left the vegetation, we are now into
what we call fire season. although we know fire season goes year round. just imagine all of that dry and summer time heat that has been over our area. and now for a few months. and because we are at our driest at this point, it doesn't take much for the national weather service to issue a red flag warning. and that's exactly what they're doing for the afternoon. starting today. and go all the way into tuesday, for our north bay hills. the higher elevation. because even though the winds are generally light out there right now, in the hills, a little gusty from the north and it will be a dry wind. and so with that, plus the heat, and we have heightened fire danger, for our north bay hills. right now, napa reporting a north breeze at about 12. and napa reporting, or fairfield reporting northwest at 7. and oakland reporting northeast at 5. and it is a calm one. in areas along sfo. and mountain view and half moon bay as well. and temperature-wise, off to a cool start with the clear skies overhead. and 49 degrees in walnut creek to start your morning. and upper 40s in santa rosa and going to the coast, we have 48
to start your morning at half moon bay. a lot of 50s out there as well. afternoon highs for today. warmer than yesterday. 70 in pacifica. fall fest going on this weekend. 75 san francisco. and 76 in oakland. and low 80s in concord. and 80 degrees expected for san jose today. and climbing into your bay area. sunday. and beyond. and i will have a look at the extended forecast coming up. well, protests are expected this weekend, at uc berkeley. >> counter demonstrators are planned against free speech week. it is an event being organized by right wing commentator milo yiannopoulos. and we have more on the free speech events happening this week and everything expected to get under way later today. right, christian? >> reporter: it is starting to get under way this morning, this afternoon, rather, and as you can imagine, activity starting to pick up on the cal campus. folks getting ready for the big cal usc game and that's the focus on campus right now. there is some confusion on whether conservatives would
call free speech off this week or whether it would be on or off but organizers are vowing to go ahead with the planned activities. milo yiannopoulos expected to have a news conference this afternoon to announce his plans for what conservatives are calling free speech week here on campus and the last visit on campus sparked a strong response with protesters setting fires and breaking fires. the list of attendees is still fluid. former white house advisor and breitbart executive steve bannon indicated he is out and conservative commentator ann coulter announced she will not be speaking. and milo yiannopoulos says they have been working against free speech at uc berkeley. >> they are done everything to try to derail free speech week. >> for those who will be speaking, because organizers missed reservation deadline, the speeches will be outdoors only. the plaza is reserved tuesday evening for david horowitz and
wednesday evening for mine milo yiannopoulos and a live look this morning, at the plaza, it is all about the cal/usc game later on today. the events on wednesday and thursday, they are ticketed events to avoid what some have called a free for all. and already, police here in berkeley estimating the cost of preparing for this event, upwards of a million dollars. meanwhile, those counter- protests set to start later today. >> all right. thanks, reporting live from cal. it should be an interesting week ahead. >> thank you, christian. this morning, president trump mulling a possible new version of his travel ban. it could include some new more tailored restrictions on travelers from additional countries. homeland security is recommending targeted restrictions on nations that it says reversed to share sufficient information on whether visitors are considered a threat. now, officials have not yet said which countrys could be affected. the president's original travel ban was impacted, people
traveling from six predominantly muslim country, and it is set to expire tomorrow. senator john mccain could once again be the deciding vote on a bill that would repeal the affordable care act. the arizona senator says he will vote against the gram/cassidy bill. he says any legislation should be a product of bipartisan processes of hearings and debate. you might recall that he also voted no on an effort to repeal the affordable care act back in july. his decision may doom the current bill to failure. even though president trump is vowing to continue fighting. >> so he decided to do something different. and that's fine. and i say we still have a chance, or we are going to do it eventually, we are going to do it eventually. >> the republicans can only lose two votes and still pass the bill with a tie-breaking vote from the president. there is a little more urgency on this because if they do not pass the measure next saturday, a special budget would kick in and allow democrats to filibuster a repeal or replacement. >> senator bernie sanders was
in the bay area yesterday, urging people to keep up the pressure against attempts to repeal obama care. the former presidential candidate talked to thousands of nurses at yerba buena gardens yesterday afternoon. and sanders has co-sponsored a bill called medicare for all. he pointed out that opponents spent millions of dollars in california, to defeat a single payer measure for the state. >> we are going to be taking on the drug companies. we are going to be taking on the insurance companies. but you understand and i understand that when the american people stand up together, we are going to win this fight. >> sanders' bill would expand the medicare health insurance program to all americans no matter their income or their age. he told the nurses that the single payer plan would dramatically lower costs. the city of san francisco is showing some new affordable housing off.
the building is at 588 mission bay boulevard. and it represents a type of housing that some people say is needed all around the bay area. ktvu tara moriarity shows us what it offers. >> two bedrooms. >> reporter: this man can hardly believe his look. just two months ago, he and his wife, immigrants from tunisia were living in the tenderloin neighborhood. >> she didn't like the place. it was so noisy. and not safe. >> reporter: he is an amazon warehouse worker and his wife an employee at mcdonald's entered and online affordable housing lottery to live in the trendy mission bay district and won. >> wow, mission bay. we were dreaming before. >> one, two, three, cut. [ cheering ] >> today city leaders unveiled the 200 unit building with two vast courtyards and a fitness center and retail space. >> i am proud we were able to accomplish the largest affordable housing project in
the city in the last decade. >> kim says most of the units are for families of four with a combined income of less than $50,000. >> unless there is something wrong in your dna, you have to feel good about that. when you see kids and families and things, who you know have struggled, to be in the city at all. >> related and ccdc, or the chinese community development corporation, were in charge of developing the nearly $75 million project. fund can was provided by the city. and ucsf which will give some units of seriously ill children being treated at a nearby hospital. >> as a kid growing up in san francisco myself, i went through an eviction with my family. >> 588 was a project close to reverend von's heart. >> isn't it beautiful? the bathroom is bigger than the chinatown sro. >> he says it literally gave him a new lease on life. >> it changed my life. >> he says he pays about $1500
a month for his two bedroom place here. in the tenderloin, he was paying $1200 for a one bedroom. and he says he is now studying computer science and hopes to start his own family some day and buy his own home. in san francisco, ktvu fox 2 news. well, the concern about sharks near the shoreline is causing officials at one popular southern california beach to add a shark warning system. it is going to be tested along the coastline in orange county. and in particular, the area of corona delmar beach in the new port beach area. the warning system features buoys with sonar detection equipment. they can detect sharks and also measure their size. the price tag for this pilot program is $2 million. but supporters say the expense is trivial compared to all of the lives that potentially could be saved, and the injuries that could be prevented. all right. time now is 8:40 on the clock. fighting lung cancer and the stigma, up next, we will have more on a women's promise to
golden gate bridge there. we have a lot of sunshine to start the day. mostly sunny skies for the afternoon. and temperatures are climbing. and in fact, the first few days of fall, are going to feel a little bit more like summer. i will have a look at the numbers coming up. well, this week, there will be a walk to raise money to fight lung cancer which still has no cure. but a bay area woman says lung cancer patients are not just fighting the disease. they are also fighting sigma. i sat down with bonnie, who talk about her foundation, a nonprofit that was formed thanks to a promise she made to herself. after she got her own devastating diagnosis. welcome to bonnie's living room. a place that offers one thing that everyone who comes here is searching for. >> hope. every single one will tell you that they come here for hope. they dial in for hope. >> it is what she searched for 13 years ago when at the age of 56, everything changed. >> i didn't think there was anything wrong with me, other
than this little nagging pain that was kind of shooting across my chest every once in a while. so i went and had my own full body scan. >> and what did that scan say? >> lung cancer. >> what was your prognosis. >> my prognosis was 2% of the stage of lung cancer in that area. >> lung cans sert leading cancer killer in both men and women in the u.s. it is the most common cancer worldwide. accounting for 1.8 million new cases. the five-year survival rate is just 17.7%. and more than half of people diagnosed with lung cancer die within the first year. but as she faced her own uncertain outcome, she says there was one question that she needed answered. >> why the survival rate was so low. the survival rate for the top three cancers, breast, colon,
and prostate, are up in the high 80s and 90s. and i wanted to know why lung cancer, which is bigger than breast, colon and prostate, all combined, kills more women than breast cancer. >> why it was getting so little attention. >> and what did you find? >> i found a huge injustice around the cancer. and that is called stigma. you know, people have a feeling that you brought it on yourself. >> they blame people with lung cancer for smoking. >> pactly. >> so as she prepared to wage the battle for her life, she also did something else. >> i made myself a promise when i was in the barko lounger and hanging the bags for the chemotherapy and all of those things and i said that if i promise that if i get out of this nut hole and wake up on the other side, that i would do something to change the survival rate of lung cancer. >> what he what she is doing is
running the foundation. it is her promise kept. since 2006, her foundation has raised $30 million for lung cancer research and related programs. it is one of the largest philanthropies devoted exclusively to the fight against lung cancer. >> you look at the fact that we lost 50 million from 1971, to now, where is the outrage, you know? >> it is about taking away that stigma. we have 60% of all of the newly diagnosed people with lung cancer, either never smoked or people who quit decades ago. >> it is about the patients. which brings us back to this living room. >> well, we have reached 800,000 people. via the living room. >> the living room is a place with couches, food, and wine, and more than that, it welcomes people. online, or in person, to a place where people know exactly how you feel. >> they are getting love. they are getting hope. and they are getting the
feeling that there is a village. >> jane millman is part of that village. >> the living room is full of information. and full of hope. >> back in 2012, on a rainy night she slipped and broke some ribs and needed an x-ray. >> and in that x-ray, it showed i had a spot on my lung. so in our family, we kind of call it the divine fall. >> it wasn't until after treatment that she found the living room. >> i have good scans, but i don't know, lung cancer doesn't have a cure. so i live with the fact that i am a lung cancer survivor, but it is part of my life every single day. they have helped me ask the right questions of my medical team. >> and so now, she also works to give back as one of the top fundraisers in an upcoming event calling the next step is the cure. >> knowing that every cent i raise for them is so well spent. >> the money raised going to the fight for others who will walk this same path. >> our foundation goal is
chronically managed lung cancer by 2023. >> as for bonnie, the struggle also continues. >> i have one vocal chord. i have some nodules on my right lung that they're following right now so i'm back to getting scans again on a regular basis. >> she does it now with her two daughters at her side at the foundation, and she knows it is not lung cancer that defines her, it is what she has done in spite of it. >> it has made me a whole person. i put my head on my pillow at night, and i know if i, you know, got hit by a train tomorrow, and left this world, that i did absolutely everything i could do to be an authentic human being. >> well, the ninth annual your next step is the cure event, is planned for tomorrow at lake merced in san francisco, and that event is going to raise much-needed funds for patient services and clinical research projects. you can walk, jog, or run, as an individual or as a team.
>> a great event. we got a lot of friends doing that. and we will have great weather? >> yes, for the morning, it will be nice and cool and into the afternoon. just gorgeous out there. as we get into your weekend. and today, warmer than yesterday. and then as we get into sunday, a little bit warmer than today. and we are again looking at some nice weather coming our way with mostly blue skies. let's take a look at what is going on outside our doors. how about san jose. waking up with plenty of sunshine. temperatures in the 40s, this morning. and so it does feel a lot like fall out there, for many. but it is as we get into the afternoon, going to be very ples and and talking about low 70s from the coast, around the bay and low 80s expected inland and if you're just joining us, a reminder, that we do have heightened fire danger over our north bay hills. that will start later today, and last into tuesday, and we do have a north, north to east breeze, that will develop later today and it is going to be dry. it is going to be warmer. and it is going to be gusty in our hills. and for all of those three
combined we have heightened fire danger for that area. here's a look at the winds right now. napa reporting 12 mile-an-hour breeze there. concord, coming in from the south and very gentle for you there, mainly calm, over areas of mountain view, san jose, and an east breeze at hayward, just again a light one for you there. temperature-wise, 50 degrees to start the morning. in the inner east bay of livermore. we head to the coast, we have 55 at half moon bay. and in the north bay, 48 degrees right now, santa rosa, and south bay locations, 54 for san jose. and temperatures rebounding into the afternoon, here is a look at what you can expect, for the afternoon, and if you're going to fog fest in pacifica, going to be gorgeous for you here, and 70 degrees expected and mid-70s in san francisco. a lot of festivities going on, and the folsom street fest for tomorrow. tomorrow? i will have to check on that. not sure what part of the weekend. 82 in concord. east bay shore, upper 70s expected. and hayward, fremont, going to
79. and 76 in oakland today. would he have the eat real festival going on. and later -- we have the eat real festival going on and later we have the a's playing. here is what you can expect game time, 70 degrees with the westerly breeze to about 15 miles an hour. mostly sunny skies. and temperatures again cooling off. into the evening hours. upper 60s expected. and here is a look at the extended forecast. and the temperatures continuing to warm up, as we get into your sunday. and mid-70s at the coast. near 80 degrees around the bay and upper 80s inland. and 90s back in the forecast. and monday, tuesday, wednesday. for our inland communities. upper 80s around the bay. by tuesday into wednesday, and low 80s expected at the coast, and some of the warmest weather we have seen for the coast in some time. >> is it warm up in tahoe as well? because we were talking about the snow that i was seeing earlier, is that going to melt? >> so it is now dry. no more snow falling but upper 20s in the overnight hours. >> okay. >> still cold. >> 50 for the afternoon. >> the snow could stick around. >> it is going to be chilly out there. until it melts. it will melt fairly soon but
still with the overnight lows, for our campers and for backpackers. >> and great baseball tournament time. >> bring the parka time. >> the winter coat. >> thanks. >> sure. it is considered the most prestigious award on the planet and it is funded by a global foundation with ties to the bay area. >> coming up, here, who they are, and the mission to create social entrepreneurs that will transform lives. sform lives. >> changes coming to at&t park for the giants. what the team is doing to help ensure fan safety during the game.
field to play maitre d' from san jose. >> both those teams are ranked as top three in the country. general admission tickets $10 at the door. the giants were hoping to postpone the inevitable through the weekend. and the dommers are looking for one more win to clinch the national league west and the dodgers in a festive mood and celebrating the 90th birthday of long-time manager tommy la sorta. the giants took a 1-0 lead in the first. but the game turned in the bottom of the third inning. when the dodgers first baseman cody bellinger hit the three- run shot. the 39th homerun of the season. it actually set a national league rookie record. and the dodgers went on to win this game, last night, 4-2. and with that, the champagne celebration commenced. in the dodgers locker room. they popped the corks. they sprayed the bubbly everywhere. all over themselves.
all over everybody who was there. to celebrate. as the dodgers win the n. l. west for the fifth consecutive year. the giants are looking at improving fan safety at at&t park never year, by adding more protective netting behind home plate. the chronicle has more on the team looking at how far to extend the netting. the cincinnati reds and padres and mariners have talked about having more netting in response to a 4-year-old girl who was seriously injured by a foul ball at yankee stadium on wednesday. the a's say fan safety is a major concern and are looking at whether or motto extend netting at the coliseum. we have the latest on hunt hurricane maria as it continues to sweep across the caribbean and more on the damage it caused to island nations in its path. ah, dinner.
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good morning to you. it doesn't get any prettier than that. >> i challenge to you find something due like about that picture -- you don't like about that picture. golden gate bridge looking lovely. i think of the tourists on a weekend like this, and we tell them, it is always like this. >> right, know. >> he the bridge is beautiful. this is the weather. >> as opposed to those tourists who head out to the golden gate bridge and can't see the bridge. >> right. >> it is really pretty, i promise. >> i came all this way and i can't even see the bridge. >> you have to wait a little bit on those days. welcome to mornings on 2. it is saturday, september 23.
i'm claudine wong. >> i'm lex savidge for frank mallicoat. we want to talk about the big stories making news. uc berkeley free speech week, well it is still up in the air, it is already down two headliners and the week hasn't officially started. and we have christian live on the cal campus and talk about the details for the security plan for the campus and the big announcement today coming from the organizer of free speech week, milo yiannopoulos. plus, we are following this feud here between president donald trump, and i don't know, maybe it is too early to call it a feud but these two going back and forth, president trump and warriors star steph curry, going back and forth with each other over the warriors essentially saying that many of the warriors players saying they didn't want to go to visit the white house.
>> as champions do. >> and president trump responded in the way he usually does which is on twitter. we will tell you what he tweeted about and we will tell you who else is responding. because we have some more reaction, and also, we are watching puerto rico this morning. really tough situation. the concern right now is over a dam that is failing and there are 70,000 people who live below that dam. >> this all comes as the island nation is dealing with major power problems as well. we will have the latest on the devastation and the aftermath of hurricane maria. >> a tough situation down there. >> yes. and let's go over to rosemary, watching our changing temperatures. i shoe say, i turned on my heat but just like a degree. >> yes. >> i am giving her a hard time earlier about cranking the heat. >> the seat warmers going yet? >> not yet. >> but a little chilly. is that fair? >> i'm giving you a hard time. >> there is a chill in the air for some. >> for claudine. >> and a chill in the air for claudine. >> i'm with you. i'm with you. i usually ask our floor
director, i wear a blanket around the studio. giving you a view here, at blue skies. and it is a gorgeous start to the day. but with the clear skies, we lose a lot of the heat that we get from the day before. and it goes back into the atmosphere and with that temperatures slipping into the 40s this morning. and feels like fall for some out there. what do you know, the first weekend of fall. we have a warmup coming our way, and typically, during the fall time, we get the offshore winds, and we are also going to have that, and as we get into the afternoon, the warm weather, the dry weather and those winds, creating heightened fire danger, for our north bay hills, so this starts at 2:00 this afternoon. and go all the way until tuesday, and heightened fire danger, in the bay area, for your early part here of fall. and 53 degrees to start the morning. in walnut creek. which is actually an improvement. because walnut creek one of those spots that slipped into the 40s. and 59 santa rosa. and an improvement for you. and five to steven degrees up from the last -- five to seven degrees up from the last hour. and 51 to start the morning in
san francisco. we have lost most of the 40s. who is still in the 40s. alamo. 48 degrees outside your door. and 53 in danville. and upper 50s in maraga. for your afternoon today, under mostly sunny skies. and going to be nice. 70 degrees expected in areas along the coast. and half moon bay. pacifica. daly city. and all of our small little communities in there. and upper 70s for the bay side communities. and then as we go inland. it is going to be a warm day but not bad. and 83 degrees the afternoon high for some of the hotter spots and in fact, before i let you go, take a peak. 83 for antioch today and for the east bay, 77 in hayward and 75 in the city of san francisco, and upper 70s redwood city, and low 80s expected in north bay, napa, 83, the afternoon high for you there. and temperatures, in the upper 80s. by tomorrow, for sox our inland cities and then back into -- some of our inland cities and then back into the 90s in the extended forecast. a look at that for you coming up. >> looking forward to it. rosemary, thank you. there are conflicting reports this morning about an earthquake in north korea. early this morning, a quake was
at least a 3.0 magnitude was deteched in an area previously used for nuclear tests. and now, in the past, an earthquake is a sign a nuclear bomb has been tested under ground and china believes that that could again be the case here. however, south korean officials say the quake was not caused by an explosion in their estimation. well, this all comes after a week of back and forth name calling between north korean president kim jong un and president trump. just last night, the president had this to say about the leader of north korea. >> we can't have mad men out there shooting rockets all over the place. and by the way, rocket man should have been handled a long time ago. this shouldn't be handled now. but i am going to handle it. because we have to handle it. >> the treasury department has been ordered to cut off anyone who does business with north korea. it is all in an attempt to deter north korea's nuclear
program. north korea responded with more name calling yesterday. saming trump is quote a gangster. fond of playing with fire. iran announced today it tested a new ballistic missile. >> iranian television showing video of the launch and said that missile is capable of carrying multiple warheads. the state-run broadcast claimed the missile had a range of 1250 miles. and iranian television also said scientists have been working to make it smaller and more functional and it should soon be operational. there is no word on where the test took place, but if that missile could travel more than 1200 miles and countries in striking distance with iraq, saudi arabia and eastern china and much of india. >> and happening today, the conservative commentator milo yiannopoulos is expected to announce his plans for free speech week with uc berkeley
tomorrow. >> and the list of right wing conservative speakers has been changing day to day with one big name saying she is dropping out of the events. >> and ktvu christian captain is joining us live on the cal campus in berkeley where the organizer, milo yiannopoulos, is vowing that his message will be heard. christian, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. there have been some question as to whether the free speech event would be even going on. that has been cleared up by organizers who are vowing to carry on with their activities. as we take a look at sprout plaza, the center where a lot of the activities will be taking place. and milo yiannopoulos expected to have a news conference later on this afternoon to announce his plans for what conservatives are calling free speech week here on campus. we have video of the last visit in february, which brought out that strong protest, with protesters starting fires, and breaking windows on the cal campus and free speech week is set to be gin tomorrow but the list of attendees can best be described as fluid. and breitbart executive chairman and former white house
advisor steve bannon has indicated that he is out. and conservative commentator ann coulter announced she will not be speaking at cal this week. and those opposing the conservative speakers say they are battling back hate speech. >> that means that we are winning. and that means they recognize that they are more and more isolated. more and more hated. and that we are not go can to let's them gloom together at berkeley and turn berkeley into another charlottesville. >> berkeley knows if they cancel the event, it is bad press for them. but if we cancel the event, we just look like a bunch of cowards. >> that is one of the reasons why organizers are vowing to go ahead. for those who will be speaking. because organizers missed certain reservation deadline, the speeches will be outdoors only on the plaza. and tuesday even, david horowitz set to speak. wednesday evening has been set aside for milo yiannopoulos. again the press conference is expected for later today. the ticketed events will be, again, they will be ticketed and monitored, they don't want to have a free for all out here
and security experts are already estimating it could be upwards of a million dollars to secure the area, if free speech week happens here on the campus. back to you. >> thank you, live in berkeley this morning, thank you. 9:09. this morning, there was another earthquake in mexico. it registered as a magnitude 6.2. in southern mexico. and briefly suspended rescue operations. this is as crews in mexico continue to work through the night, to search for survivors in the ruins of the destroyed buildings. and many are still missing after that magnitude 7.1 quake that happened on tuesday. almost 300 people have died. and more than half of the victims were killed in mexico city. families of some of the missing have been waiting outside destroyed buildings, holding out hope of finding loved ones. >> it is very difficult, because my brother is there.
waiting here. >> there are scenes like this where you see people clearing the debris. there are also areas where they are using heavy equipment to clear the buildings. but mexican authorities say that only happens when they are sure that there are no signs of life. >> this morning, officials in puerto rico keeping a close eye on a failing dam that is overflowing right now, because of all of the rain from hurricane maria. and the northwest region of the island has been hit with over 15 inches of rain. causing this reservoir to overflow. and there are 70,000 people who live just below this dam, and those people are all being rushed out of that area, evacuated right now. and this all comes as more than 80% of the island's phone and internet cables are down this morning. and nearly everyone on the island of puerto rico is without power right now. and new york governor andrew cuomo visited puerto rico, and is propsing to send supplies -- promising to send supplies.
a lot of puerto ricans in new york, who can't contact their family members, they don't know how they are. they hear that there are a number of deaths. >> 27 deaths have been blamed on this latest hurricane. maria has now passed the bahamas and is a category three storm. well, reaction has been swift, since president trump tweeted that he was withdrawing a white house invitation to the warriors one day after steph curry said he didn't really want to go. president trump posted this message, it says, going to the white house is considered a great honor for the championship team. steph curry is hesitating. therefore invitation is withdrawn. neither curry nor the warriors have responded yet but social media is buzzing right now. curry's wife aiesha, trying to look civil it seems and replied to the president trump tweet
and a bewildered face emoji and then the word okay and then wrote donate to earthquake relief. steve, the white house chief photographer under president obama posted this photo. you can see steph curry, this is right after president trump tweeted, the picture shows curry at the oval office, demonstrating that famous jump shot. and visiting president obama last year. lebron james also tweeting, he didn't really mince his words. he said quote, you bum, steph curry and therefore ain't no invite. going to the white house was a great honor until you showed up. >> and mornings on 2 weekends, we asked about this back and forth between president trump and steph curry. >> it is great to be an american where we can publicly criticize our elected officials and speak our minds. and steph curry spoke his. and i guess surprise, surprise. the president responded.
with his usual lack of grace. >> but is it, mayor shaff, should we go to the white house, should we not go to the white house? >> honestly, i was not planning to go if the warriors were going this year. but i want to respect their decision. and again this is america. it is a free country. people get to express their opinions. >> we are assuming president trump's decision to withdraw the white house invitation is in response to what was said during the warriors media day. curry was there along with other members of team and they spoke to reporters and one of the common questions was whether or not they would accept this invitation for the trump administration, if it was formally over are offered to them. the players said during the media day that they were going to vote as a team but curry was voke until his opposition to president trump and his policies. >> the things that he said, and the things that he hasn't said, in the right times, that we won't stand for it. and by acting or not going,
hopefully that will inspire some change when it comes to what we tolerate in this country and what is accepted, and what is -- what we turn a blind eye to. >> and house democratic leader nancy pelosi has extended an open invitation to the warriors to visit capitol hill any time they are in washington. president trump stirred up a new controversy during a rally in alabama last night. the president criticized the nfl players who kneeled during the national anthem saying they should be fired. >> you know, some owner is going to do that. he is going to say that guy that disrespects our flag, he is fired. and that owner, they don't know it, they don't know it, they are friends of mine, many of them, they don't know it, they will be the most popular person for a week. >> president trump did not single anyone out but many players responded to the comments on twitter. buccaneers safety tj ward says the president's remarks gave more reason to protest and
detroit lions eric ebron says the president should stick to politics. this morning, the nfl issued a statement. it is from commissioner roger goodell that says in part divisive comments like these demonstrate an unfortunate lack of respect for the nfl, our great game and all of our players and a failure to understand the overwhelming force for good our clubs and players represent in our communities. all right, time now is 9:15. and global foundation, with ties to the bay area, challenges students. and making a difference. up next, we will learn more about this group, and the mission to create social entrepreneurs that will transform lives.
welcome back. good morning to you. giving you a live look there at lake merit where we have the bragg dragon boat festival under way this weekend. it is going to be a beautiful week at lake merit. it already is. teak a look at that. temperatures are starting to -- take a look at that. the temperatures are starting to climb. we will have more coming up. >> thank you. imagine launching your own startup enterprise that can change the world and develop the next generation of social entrepreneurs with a million dollars startup as your capital. your seed money. this dream is not far-fetched. thanks to a global foundation with ties to the bay area.
the hope prize challenges students from around the world to take part in a competition to develop innovative social enterprises that can transform lives. and joining me this morning is cheryl chamber lin, board member and chair of the hope prize council to talk about the most recent $1 million prize presented last weekend in new york city. this is known as the nobel price for students. what is the goal here that you are trying to achieve with this competition. >> this is multiple goals. the biggest one is you are getting students to think about how they can change the world. as they are starting to learn in their career. but also about doing something that will impact businesses, people, and communities. and in a way that we have not thought of. very, very strategic. >> and talk a little bit about what sort of social issues competitors are trying to tackle here, and with that being said, you can talk about -- tell me a little bit about the group that won this year,
for something called rush me rides. >> the challenge this year was very difficult. twas a notion that we really have to think about how we can reawaken the dignity of people who are refugees in the world and what can we do, so that we can make their lives better and more impactful. so there were six finalist teams that came together, from the universities around the world. to solve this problem. and this great idea, there are carts that can be used that are under-utilized in the urban slums. and they can create a bus pass so you can pre-buy rides on those cars, so you can get to work from the slums. pretty good. >> and a group of college students came up with this idea. and there are so many more wonderful ideas just like that. and have you how many competitors taking part? >> over 100,000 competitors. 10,000 people are involved from a volunteer experience alone. a thousand universities. and 100 countries. so pretty amazing.
>> and the winners, last week, we just saw them, they were in new york city. they referred their prize from none other than former president bill clinton who was on hand. and the clinton foundation has been an integral part of this competition and this effort here. what role have they played? >> well, we want to think about how can you put the challenge that we are talking about to impact 10 million people in five years. when bill clinton puts the challenge out, and it is a different challenge every year, more people hear and they listen. but what he has done in addition is associated the challenge with cgi, clinton global initiative. so for the last five years, the prize has been delivered at cgi. this year, since there is a change, the united nations has stepped up and become a partner. so therefore, it is bigger and better. >> so the winner gets that $1 million prize. very important seed money that will certainly go a long way. and what are you seeing? are these entrepreneurs? are they turning this into
viable businesses? what is going on? >> well, it is viable businesses for two reasons. one they get the funding. but it is the judge, advisors and mentors that work with them initially. and it is the incubation program that they go through to take their idea from just a thought, into something that is big. and there is one team that won in 2013, aspire foods, and they created a new industry. because they solve the problems. of food sustain ability in the urban slums and came up with the notion that crickets could be a protein source. so when you hear about protein, crickets, food, that is where it started. very exciting. >> okay. and anyone can take part? anyone with a great idea? >> university students. that's who the challenge is put out to. >> but all college students? >> all college students. but actually, more people can take part, because if you are like you or i, and you want to be a part of this community, you can be a mentor, a judge, an advisor, and help these students. >> real quickly, before we
finish, the hult prize for next year, what will be the challenge? >> harnessing the power of energy. completely exciting. think about the light bulb. what can we do that will be as impactful as the light bulb. >> start thinking about. that cheryl chamberlin with the hult prize council. thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you. and let's talk about the weather for the weekend. and temperatures are warming up. warmer forecast in store. with some of the warmer locations in the 80s for today. and then eventually in the 90s. not for your weekend, though. here is a look at san francisco. and beautiful weather in store for san francisco today. in the 70s. for your afternoon there, if you're going to be hanging out along the embarcadero and going over to pacifica for folks fest and 70 degrees expected for you there. and take a look at the entire state, under mostly clear skies. dry weather. and a system that brought us a little bit of rain and snow to the sierra, now well off to the east of us. over areas of utah and colorado. and if we zoom in a little bit closer, you can see farther
north, areas like oregon and washington, still picking up on some scattered showers, but for us, it is a northwest to northeast breeze at times. if you're just joining us, for our north bay hills, going into the afternoon, and then lasting for a few days, heightened fire danger. because of the dry weather. and the gusty winds. for our north bay hills. and into tahoe, drying out here as well. after receiving several inches of snow in some spots. but it is cold out there this weekend. and upper 20s, going on, early this morning, and for tomorrow, more of the same. below freezing, temperatures expected once again, in the tahoe area, and for the afternoon, even though the sun is going to be shining. low 50s in the forecast for the afternoon today. and upper 50s expected for tomorrow. and here at home, our temperatures continue to warm. and today, warmer than yesterday, and tomorrow, warmer than today. monday, tuesday, wednesday, again, some of our warmest as we get into our inland areas with low 90s in the forecast. here is a look at what you can expect outside right now. and if you're heading out, 60 degrees to start your morning in oakland, and 51 in san francisco. and some our inland cities,
starring out in the 40s and now rebounding, and 83 in novato for the afternoon today, and 76 in sausalito, and mid to upper 70s for the east bay shore, and low 80s expected inland for the afternoon. and south bay locations, 80 for san jose. and along the peninsula this afternoon, 78 in redwood city, and 75 san francisco, and going to see the a's tonight, it going to be beautiful, mostly sunny skies. a west breeze to 15 miles an hour. and 70 degrees at game time. here is your extended forecast. temperatures continuing to climb until about tuesday, wednesday, when we get back into the low 90s for our inland city, upper 80s around the bay. and low 80s, at the coast, and going to be a nice beach day. >> all right. looks like a nice one. >> i like it. 9:25 on the clock. stay with us. mornings on 2 will be right back.
extension to san jose. there is going to be a free bus that runs every 15 to 20 minutes between the warm springs and fremont stations. but bart says people should add an extra 30 minutes to their trip. the closure happens today and tomorrow. well, a group trying to repeal a statewide gas tax, well, they have moved one step closer to having it put on the ballot. the tax was approved by the legislature last april. and it imposes a 12-cent per gallon fee set to go in effect on november 1. republican assemblyman travis allen is gathering signatures for a ballot measure to repeal the tax and didn't like the title used, the words used for the title and summary so he went to court to challenge that. up next, the chicago cubs versus the milwaukee brewers.
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