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. well good morning to you. welcome to mornings on 2, it is saturday, october 7 october 7th. i'm claudine wong. >> we made it, happy weekend, i'm frank mallicoat. more on your weather, what looks like a spectacular weekend. first here is headlines on this saturday morning. this morning the vice president is in las vegas, in nevada and he is taking part in a prayer watch. >> latest on the investigation in vegas and this event that starts in a couple hours from now. and this is traditionally the busiest day of the week for fleet week. air show starts at noon. blue angels taking to the skies. >> just a few people maybe in san francisco today. more on what you can expect. we are going to check in
christien kafton. now heading towards new orleans, the area is bracing for impact as memories of hurricane katrina linger on there. >> we are tracking the path of the storm along with the damage it's already caused in central america. let's take a look at what our local forecast looks like, rosemary joining us now, nice out will. oar -- there. oh, yeah, today. patchy fog out there this morning, temperatures will be similar, perhaps just a tad cooler for some along the coast. we are expecting the sea breeze to return later today. there is a look at the golden gate bridge. we'll continue to see temperatures on the warm side for our bay area coast as well as inside our area. we will continue with a high surf advisory, it's into saturday that should not say friday. but sneaker waves, as well as
possibility of rip currents and again the high surf will last until saturday evening arrives temperature wise upper 40s. low 40s in santa rosa, a lot of 50s around the bay. 50 in oakland. 55 sfo. a chilly 41 at half moon bay. a tad warmer, some of us a today cool he were, similar to where we started yesterday morning. for your afternoon similar to yesterday. we'll shave off just a few degrees here and there and that should be about it, low 70s for pacifica. upper 70s, low 80s expected around the bay. upper 80s anti-accommodate going to 88, 87 in santa rosa. temperatures will continue to cool and the wind will come back that will bring heightened fire danger as we get into the days ahead. extended forecast coming up. >> thanks, rosemary. begin with breaking news, there is a deadly crash you can see the location on this traffic map on your screen.
this is happening near san quinton saturday prison, reports a chevy malibu slammed into a parked big rig at sir francis drake boulevard. the police department closed one eastbound lane, cars are being diverted back to highway 101. seeing freed tweeted there is no estimated time when the road is going to reopen. now to our continuing coverage of the las vegas mass shooting. vice president mike pence is taking part in a unity prayer walk. held in puerto rico for the victims of hurricane maria. he also took a helicopter tour of the island to see the storm damage firsthand. while in las vegas over the weekend he will join religious leaders in a unite walk scheduled to begin at 9:00 this morning. the event concludes with the release of 58 duds one for each
victim killed in the sunday attack. so far authorities say they run-down more than a thousand leads in the vegas shooting investigation, even though isis has claimed responsibility for the attack, officials have not found links between the terror group and the gunman stephen paddock including a search of paddock's medical history. his girlfriend said he was showing signs of potential helicopterral health issues. authorities are working to dissect every part of his life. they are also taking a closer look at his father who was a bank robber that appeared on the fbi's most 10 wanted list on 1969. >> we looked at everything, literally. to include the suspect's personal life, any political affiliation, his social behaviors, economic situation. >> believing paddock was the only person who fired shots, still looking into whether or not anyone knew about the
planning of the shooting. candlelight vigil held last night to remember one of the victims with ties here to the bay area, 100 people gathered at the ro tundra to mourn the death of michele vo. they say it represents unity and strength. one of the people attending the memorial was vo's sister struggling to deal with the shocking loss of a loved one. >> so surreal. we just never think that it is going to involve you, but when something like this hits home you don't know what to do and you feel numb all over and you feel like you are on auto pilot. you just live but you just -- you don't. >> vo was an insurance agent who grew up in san jose. her family is now working with coroner's office in las vegas to transport her body back here to the bay area. body will be cremated and ashes spread according to her wishes. several gun control groups
came together, dozens of people gathered to read the names of the 58 las vegas victims, the vigil is organized by the brady campaign to prevent gun violence, calling on congress to pass a bill for universal background check. >> failed to do it after sandy hook, if we have to go state by state we will, congress has a responsibility to keep us safe and they need to pass a criminal background check still on all gun sales everywhere. >> the nra says it supports federal regulation of bump stock devices but not a total ban. it wants congress to pass a bill requiring states to recognize concealed carry licenses issued by other states. if you are going to the heartly stick land bluegrass festival you might see a lot more security than usual. sfpd are increasing patrols at the festival in light of what happened in las vegas last weekend. since it is a free event there
are no security checkpoints at the entrances, some people who are going saying what happened in las vegas will be on their minds. >> we had a bunch of friends in vegas, we are country music fans a bunch of people there, we weren't there, yeah, weighs heavy on our minds, we are not concerned about it, you can't let that kind of thing ruin your life or rule your life. >> more than 90 artists are performing at the weekend event. crowds as big as a quarter million are expected to flood the park today and tomorrow. san francisco police are out enforce for both the heartly stickily bluegrass festival and fleet week. >> popular air show, the blue angels and ship tours, and ktvu reporter christien kafton by the uss essex with a look at some of the excitement and what organizers are doing to keep everyone safe this weekend, christien, good morning. >> reporter: good morning,
frank and claude even, hundreds of thousands of people expected in san francisco today. today the uss essex to be one of the big draws, you can expect long lines here today. clearly security on everyone's mind following recent events, if you take a look over my shoulder you can see the mp's guarding the gates. the security concerns clearly on everyone's mind as the navy and marines come to town. an amazing air show yesterday afternoon as the blue angels thrilled the crowds. bigger crowds expected today and tomorrow since of course it is the weekend. ship tours get under way as well. fleet week organizers say security is a top priority since they have these big crowds in town. >> largest annual event in san francisco so we are tightly integrated to make sure the crowds are safe. >> reporter: security also on the minds of those at the
bluegrass festival in golden gate park. the music started cranking at noon and expected to bring out lots an lots of music lover this is weekend, no security checkpoints, but officers certainly on hand keeping an eye on the crowds. taking a live look at the essex gates opening at 9:00 this morning, we are expecting a lot of visitors today. as you heard from rosemary, the weather couldn't be better out here right now. it is absolutely beautiful. a little crisp and cold. not a cloud in the sky, that is going to influence a lot of people, people want to come out to the city and take a look at fleet week, heartly stickily, one day, one the other day, it is going to be great in san francisco. >> the blue angels are obviously the best, but when you see those ships, you go over and peak over and go they are massive and just so cool. >> reporter: yeah.
it's just amazing, frank, i got to tour one not last year but the year before. it's fantastic. it's like they are opening their home to you, opening the gate, opening the doors. you can see what they actually do. as impressive as they are, the inside -- on the outside, when you go on the inside it's amazing, it's like the dashboard for the space shuttle. it's the highest of high-tech, it's amazing. >> pretty impressive, thanks so much, christien, we appreciate it. all right. 7:10 on the cross, a freeway shooting in the east bay. >> yeah, we got new details on where it happened and the family who was inside the car, how they are doing tonight. plus a hurricane barreling towards new orleans, tracking the potential impact of nate which is expected to make landfall in the next 24 hours. from a bedframe with storage, to the softest linens, to a cozy mattress, can be yours for less. and we believe... that cozy should never be costly.
what an amazing start to the morning, a view over the bay say hello to saturday, john mellen camp. we have great weather in store for the bay area. i will have a look at temperatures and changes that will come as we get into the days ahead coming up. thanks, rosemary. the white house is looking to track down on undocumented i am am i grabs in response to callal's decision to become an conduct workplace and neighborhood immigration raids across the state. acting ice director thomas homeland said the status undermines public safety and undermines' ice's mission. signed a law making california
a sanctuary state. major restrictions on how and when they can communicate with federal immigration officials. california landlords can't threaten undocumented tenants, called the immigrant tenant act. banned from giving out immigration status. time now is 7:14, the trump administration rolling back obamacare's contraceptive mandate which requires employers to provide birth control coverage for its employees. before these examples were limited to just church and some religious organizations, the rolling back gives businesses and organizations more power to project providing coverage impacting hundreds of thousands of women. the administration says it's a question of conscience but critics say it's an attack on womens. >> health. >> the freedom to practice
one's faith is a fundamental right in this country i think all of us do and that is all today was about, our federal government should protect that right. as long as donald trump is president he will. >> in a statement that president of planned parenthood said, "the trump administration took direct aim at birth control coverage for 62 million women. this is an unacceptable attack on basic healthcare that the vast majority of women rely on." >> aclu calls the rule discriminatory and filed a lawsuit. for president this is a fulfillment of a campaign promise and executive order signed last may to protect religious freedom. state of california is suing the president trump. some say the change will mean that women will have to pay hundreds or even thousands of dollars for reproductive services. >> what this new rule does it
really open up for just about any employer to come up with any kind of justification to not cover contraception and right now that covers women over a billion dollars every year. >> federal health officials say only about 200 employers filed lawsuits. tropical storm nate has strengthened to a category 1 hurricane is now projected to make landfall in the united states late tonight or sometime early tomorrow morning. the storm has already pummeled parts of central america leaving 2000 people dead in nicaragua, honduras, nate is passing through resorts of cancun and cozumel, a category 1 hurricane with 80 miles per hour winds. predicting nate will hit east of new orleans. residents in the bayou area have been shoring up their homes. >> everything on the bottom floor of my house is going up 3 feet. if it goes higher than that, well, we are in trouble.
>> new orleans residents are stocking up on supplies before nate hits. the mayor has issued a mandatory curfew from 6:00 tonight until late tomorrow morning. governors of louisiana and alabama declared states of emergency. time now 7:17, let's head back over to rosemary, so many outdoor events in the city, you pray september and october is great. perfect for this week. >> mother nature pulls through and happens right on fleet week. if you are planning on going out and enjoying the festivities there. we have another beautiful day around the bay area. warm, not as warm as yesterday. but temperatures will be on the up and up and a little bit above seasonal average. take you across the country first and take a look at what is going on in areas of louisiana. and you can see the rain is already beginning to fall and we are looking at nate hitting the gulf coast states, a little
bit later tonight and into tomorrow morning. right now it looks like it will be later today. winds sustained at 80 miles per hour, winds at it miles per hour, it is a category 1 right now and right in the middle of the gulf of mexico. add we get into the evening hours, it will continue to make treks towards areas like louisiana, alabama, you can see again we've got rain falling, even moderate rain perhaps a few thunderstorms thunderstorms embedded in areas near baton rouge and new orleans. let's take a look at what we are expecting as far as the path, by late tonight and early tomorrow morning it is expected to move ashore, could be right around louisiana, it could be closer to mississippi or alabama. we'll see how this goes. but right about 90 miles per hour, which means it is still a category 1, 10 to 14 inches or so a possibility as it move jason sunderland shore when it comes to rainfall, it will continue to move north and east in the days a head, you can see
by it looks like sunday into monday it becomes a tropical storm and continuing to weaken moving across the area like tennessee and kentucky and make its way northeast where it could cross avenue i can'ts of new york and england and continue to weaken as it does. we have high pleasure in control of our weather pattern for the next couple days. it will weaken some today and we have a system that is going to drop from the north and that is going to kick up our wind as we get into the days ahead. going to cool us down as well. again, the wind is definitely a concern at this time of year with fire danger concerns. futurecast model, notice a lot of clear sky out there this morning a few patches of fog out there and now we are into sunday morning, it's hard to tell outside of the numbers changing up there in the corner. we will remain with partly cloudy to mostly clear skies for the weekend. a cool one for some starting in the low 40s over areas of the
half moon bay. around the by around a lot of 50s. afternoon highs for today a lot like yesterday, just going to cool it off a tad bit, upper 80s in santa rosa, upper 70s for sassolite tow. east bay we have 7 the for oakland. upper 80s like brentwood. san jose going to 86 for today. we'll go 87 for cupertino. along the peninsula for the afternoon. beautiful .5 in the city of san francisco. and a look at the extended forecast, eventually getting back into the low 8 east by tuesday into wednesday -- 80s by tuesday and wednesday. winds in place we are likely to see red flag warnings go up as early as tomorrow. chamber of commerce from every city in the bay area called and said thank you. >> enjoy it. >> thanks, rosemary. >> you got it. we are following a news story out of london, a car has
hit a number of pedestrians outside the natural history museum. >> we have live pictures out of the uk, you can see emergency crew working on this, the driver has been arrested and the accident is now under investigation. as you mentioned we took a live look there. london police say the injuries from the crash are minor. >> we are going to continue to follow this accident in london and as the information comes in to our news room we'll of course bring it to you. up next, at 7:21 bringing cell service back to puerto rico. the bay area company planning to launch balloons that will work as cell phone towers. and ensuring safety for those who use ride-sharing services, this detail bus a proposal on stringent background checks for the drivers, more on that when we come back.
back now at 7:24. a proposal to strengthen background checks for ride sharing drivers was released by the public utilities commission, augments three which are already in place. companies use for background checks must be ledge mat. ride sharing companies must provide proof that their background screener providers are credited as well. and each driver must undergo a background screening actually for as long as the driver is with that ride sharing company. whole foods says customers may have had their credit card
information hacked. a security breach was found and affects people who paid for their food at the table service restaurants and tap rooms. the main checkout registers were not breeched. bay area stores are cupertino, san jose and the san jose store on the almeda. santa clair are rain showers, and two locations in san francisco. kohle's department store holding hiring events starting at 10:00 this morning. many bay area kohle's stores will be looking to fulfill part time and seasonal positions, shipment, processing and sales, looking to hire 69,000 temporary workers for the holiday period, lasting until 4:00 this afternoon. we have a list of kohle's stores looking to huron our website go to ktvu.com look under web links if you are interested. all right. well tesla is working to bring
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yesterday. air shows starts at noon. blue angels at 3:00. gets backed up. >> i watched one of the blue angels show on the bart platform. >> didn't quite make it over there. >> oh, wait, there they are. >> it was fun. it's fun. good morning everyone, happy saturday, good to have you on board i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm claudine wong. let's get over to rosemary for a check of the forecast. it will not be the skies that get in the way of the show. clear sky, a lot of blue out there. they went right over me and i was like aw, very amazing. if you can catch just a glimpse it's always a good show. we are looking at a little bit of fog as we look from ktvu across the bay and into san francisco. a few patches of fog reported. it should not last. we are looking at partly cloudy to mostly clear skies for your afternoon. we will see subtle changes by
the second part of the afternoon, the on shore breeze expected to come back just a bit as we begin a tad bit of cooling today. more so as we get into sunday and your next week. we are looking at a high surf advisory that will continue for the coastline from the north by down into monterey, it is going to be a nice beach day, so if you are thinking about heading out keep a an eye on your little ones. temperature is starting in the north bay, a cool start 46 degrees in napa. had 2 in santa rosa. half moon day 45. upper 40s in freemont. upper 40s to low 50s, 54 to start in hayward. temperaturesare similar to yesterday. for the afternoon we are going to shave off a coup he trees. 73 the high for pacifica. upper .0s to low 80s around the bay. mid to upper bay hitting low
90s yesterday. so you may not notice so much. but cooldown is going to continue for the days ahead. again wind moving back in which will bring fire danger at least height in it as we get into the day ahead as well. more on this and extended forecast coming up. 7:31, we continue to follow a developing story at north bay, a deadly crash near san quinton state prison. police department has closed one eastbound lane at larks burg landing circle. cars are being diverted back to highway 101. no estimated time when it will reopen. take note. the westbound lane is not affected. someone shot at a family in a car while they were driving in oakland, fortunately nobody was hurt. the driver was able to get off the highway and get help at a gas station located on west
grand avenue. the family says a gray sedan pulled alongside them as they traveled near interstate 280, someone open fired. anyone with information about the shooting is being asked to call the chp. it is 7:32, investigators in las vegas are paying tribute to an unarmed security guard, he was the first person to locate the gunman on that 32 ready floor, he was shot in the leg through the door at the hotel room after going to that floor to investigate a door alarm. even though he was hurt he did manage to help and direct police to stephen paddock's room. >> can i tell you that this was a remarkable effort by a brave and remarkable man. and i will just rea firm to you, that campos is a true hero. >> he has not spoken repuckly but reportedly -- publicly but
reportedly stated he was only doing his job. ktvu stat with three close friends to talk about the loss and how to help her family move forward. >> it doesn't tell the whole story. >> there was later and pain as these three women talked about their close friend. >> we have a thousand stories, we have a thousand stories. >> stacey, they say, was devoted and driven, a cow girl with a love of country music and horses. >> she road in the grand national rodeo. i think when she was like 4 months pregnant. >> more than anything she had a passion for family and friends. >> took you in, treated you like home. >> the three women are doing what stacey would do, taking car of her 12-year-old daughter and 10-year-old son.
>> incredibly tragic, horrific moment. they are communicating, they are talking, they are talking about how they feel, expressing themselves, giving into their weaknesses, giving into their sadness and that is what we are focusing on. >> the children are taking a break from school and news reports and social media. >> they want to ask some tough questions and try to do the best we can in answering those. >> their father is now shouldering an he is personally heavy load. he was with stacey at the concert and told her to run when the gunfire erupted. he stayed behind to help others. it's not clear yet what happened to stacey, but her friends have a feeling. >> she didn't run out of there when vin knee asked her to run out of there. she definitely stopped and helped multiple. multip 'em people. >> if she could. >> he has two little ones to look over, is he not alone. >> we will do the best we can
to help him. it is going to take a long time for him and his life will change immensely. if anybody can be the mom and the dad all wrapped into one it is going to be him. >> friends say the vigil held for the family tuesday night shows just how much support there is out there, they also know there are others who are suffering. >> right now we've got 59 families that are grieving that are laying their loved ones to rest and friends and communities grappling with the moment, we don't know what this holds down the way. her friends say they don't want stacey remembered for how she died but how she lived. >> i don't want it to being having to search for her, she was found in that situation, i want it to be the light and love she shared for all of us. >> ken wayne, ktvu fox 2 news. ordinance is now in effect for the city tightening controls on short-term rental housing.
property owners must register with the city and pay an occupancy tax, properties rented out for less than a month. new ordinance limits the number of people that can stay in a unit and the properties are now in eligible for special event permits. the initial registration costs 100 bucks with annual renewal fees of $50 giving a 2 month grace period. residents are being told to avoid stone me point because pg&e is replacing a gasoline. and those repairs could take all weekend. pg and e aprils it discovered a leak while upgrading the system on tuesday. so between 2:00 and 6:00 p.m., utility crews will release gasoline at west college avenue in west santa rosa. police will maintain traffic controls at the intersection of stoney point throughout the weekend. also happening today, there is an effort in almeda county to remove blight in the area,
folks can drop off old mattresses near the oakland coliseum, called operation mattress dropoff. you know what to do. the goal is to limit illegal dumping on the city streets of oakland. the mattress materials will be recycled, the dropoff runs from 9:00 to 3:00. if you got an old mattress you would like to get rid it. san francisco police are out enforce for the heartly stickily bluegrass festival and fleet week. visitors will be gathered along the waterfront for the popular air show, ship tours, christien kafton reports on some of the safety precautions. >> reporter: yeah, busy day expected here in san francisco, if you take a look the uss essex to be one of the major draws, expecting to visit the ship today and security a major concern. security on everyone's mind following resent events, you might be able to see the mp's guarding the gates to the essex.
security a concern as the navy and marines come to town. blue angels thrilling the crowds yesterday afternoon. bigger crowds expected today and tomorrow. of course it is the weekend. ship tours getting under way. fleet week organizers say with the big crowds, security a top priority. >> largest annual event in san francisco so we are tightly integrated to make sure all crowds are safe. >> music started cranking at noon yesterday and is expected to breeching out music lovers, no -- to bring out music lovers. no security checks, taking a one more look at essex, gates open at 9:00 this morning. expecting a lot of visitors today. the weather is just going to be perfect. so it should be a great day to come out to san francisco. christien kafton, ktvu fox 2 news. time now is 7:38, vice
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weekend, details coming up. 7:42. the almeda county food bank needs volunteers, the people are going to get more meals to people in need. they are going to need more help. >> it has become a tradition for nicole and her dad, sidney. every wednesday they meet up at the food bank. >> we do a lot of packing of vegetables and repacking. >> they started coming a few years ago after seeing a story about the need for volunteers. >> i thought it was going to be a one time deal. >> now just can't get rid of it. >> he said we are going to volunteer at the food bank. so -- >> he told you you were coming. now it's like we just keep doing it. nicole and sidney are part of an army of volunteers that help get this food to those in need. >> we are getting close to 20,000 volunteers this year. so our volunteers, the amount of time that our volunteers contribute equate to more than half of our staff.
>> there are only about 100 staff members at the food bank but tens of thousands of people who give their time. a wall in the warehouse dedicated to the groups of people who have come through these doors. >> it's our t-shirt wall. it's a sampling of the amazing groups that have come in here to volunteer. shirts up there from high schools and colleges and the golden state warriors and ktvu. on a weekly basis we are putting out close to 6000 meals. we'll provide 32 million meals worth of food and we are scratching the surface in terms of meeting the need. >> in a struggle that is constantly changing. in washington teams are saying they are in unprecedented terror teary. saving one specific program, food stamps or cal fresh and snacks. it is money for groceries given to people in need with an easy t card calling it the largest
program in the domestic hunger safety net. >> the threats that we are seeing now are pretty much the greatest threat that we've ever seen to the program. it's not uncommon for congressional budgets to, you know, look at ways to adjust the program, to -- in a certain budget, what congress and the administration are talking about now is guess sibling mission. >> any loss of funding and help could be devastating to people in need. consider these numbers, one in five residents of almeda county use a food bank. two-thirds are children and seniors. the food bank says in oakland a family of four needs to make more than $81,000 a year just to meet basic needs. and when you consider 65% of food bank clients make less than 28,290-dollars a year, it's pretty clear the math isn't adding up. so the work continues. to make sure the food bank makes up the difference so people can get the healthy food they need. >> more than half of what we
distribute this year is farm fresh fruits and vegetables, it's wonderful to see bins of apples and corn and oranges, but we can't lose sight of the fact that is food too expensive for low income family to afford. >> making it all come together brings us back to people like nicole and her dad. >> nicole and sidney have combined over 2000 hours worth of volunteer time in the last couple years, that is amazing. >> amazing and yet the call that first brought them here is going out again. >> we actually need a lot more volunteers now than we have in the past. looking at 40% increase, that is 40 people more per day than we need regularly moving forward. so we are actively asking for people to come volunteer, at the end of the day every piece of food you are examining, packaging in the next day or so it is going to be in the refrigerator of somebody who really needs it.
>> pretty basic when you think in almeda county, but one in five families in almeda county need that help. >> yes, and the faces of hunger has changed dramatically. this week is called impact week at ktvu and every day we went out to volunteer, you can see our shirts, that was the ktvu team. there is mark tomaio, a couple of things, feedback, this is really tough work but great work when you realize how many people it helped and, i mean, 9800 pounds of apples is what we went through and bagged. >> that's a lot of work because i have done that before. >> they need another 40 per day to get the stuff done that they need to get done. they make it smooth. if we went down there one saturday. >> on a weekday you can check in for a couple hours and make a difference. bring your kids, it's fun. >> absolutely. >> check it out.
>> absolutely. we have a perfect weather weekend for just a gazillion things that are going on and checking with rosemary and tell us all about it. if you are donating your time, going to see the blue angels, if you are going out to the harley stickily bluegrass, maybe to the beach, inland for shopping, a lot of sunshine out there. temperatures very similar to friday. a tad cooler as we get into the afternoon because we are expecting the sea breeze to turn back on and that will begin a cooldown, although today it shouldn't be much. just subtle changes there in that live look into san francisco we waking up with patchy fog, high pressure is weakening just a bit, we'll have a system drop from the north and that will bring us cooler weather. also going to bring back the wind and set up the pattern we typically get in the fall, we'll have partly cloudy to mostly clear skies. that is going to increase fire danger as we get into the days ahead. a cool start to the morning with its slipping into the 40s for some.
a warm afternoon. upper 60s to upper 80s is where we will range, upper 60s 0 for the coast. a look at temperatures outside right now. cooler spots on the coast half moon bay 41 degrees right now. in the north bay 2 in santa rosa, upper 40s for inner east bay. areas like walnut creek. and a lot of 50s around the bay. 52 in san francisco. and 54 to start your morning in hayward. shifting along the peninsula, a few numbers here, 56 to start your day in bell monday and 51 for san mateo. highs looking lovely. low 70s gypsum beach. santa rosa 87 for the after into. east bay shore upper 70s. the 6 in danville. upper 0s for brentwood. hanging out here for the afternoon, 87 expected for morgan hill. upper 70s by the water in santa
cruz. 81 in redwood city. 75 in san francisco. low 70s for daly city. pacifica, half moon bay, a look at the tahoe forecast so a beautiful afternoon in store, it is cold out there this morning with temperatures below freezing. repeat for tomorrow. although into the afternoon. the cooldown that we will see will also move into areas over tahoe and 10 degrees cooler expected at home there. temperatures continuing to cool, upper 80s, low the 0s. by tuesday into wednesday low 8 east. we will feel a difference, sort of take baby steps to get there. but all in all a good looking forecast, the concern will be the fire danger with the winds. >> i was in truckee on monday and tuesday, 29 degrees. >> winter coat? >> i went up there with shorts and t-shirt, no problem. then i found out rather quickly . maybe a little bit of a problem. hate when that happens.
>> fleece purchase up there. >> i don't think you are the first to do that. thanks, rosemary. >> i didn't call you a dummy. >> no, i did. where is my jacket? well the san jose rock 'n' roll marathon event happening right now. >> yeah, i could, but i'm working. >> 15,000 people expected to run today and tomorrow by the way. there are several road closures in downtown san jose for the races today 5k got under way at 7:30. so about 20 minutes ago. rock race kicks off 9:00 tomorrow. tesla ceo ' land musk could be. >> husbanding saying let's talk. and google is looking to
help restore cell service for millions in puerto rico. >> it's been given the green light to bring back coverage for the island. project loon was created back in 2013 with the intent to bring coverage to remote areas. and now these balloons will deploy soon. google is working with local carriers in puerto rico to get their networks set up to work with these floating cell towers. 7:51, name, student id and even gpa's exposed. >> all those detail bus a possible security breach at a bay area school district. and we continue to follow this developing storying out of london, there is a person now in custody after a car hit a group of pedestrians. again, this is a live look at the activity. you can see that street is filled -- still taped off. lots of activity going on, more details for you coming up.
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probably expensive. >> jump on bart. 7:55 on the clock. hillary clinton is heading to southern california not before getting a warm welcome at two events in the bay area. at stanford yesterday afternoon, announcing policy on digital. last year's democratic nominee demoralize and disillusion democrats and boost donald trump in key states. she says new research shows content from russia was shared 340 million times during the campaign and pointed the finger at silicon countries accepting russia backed ads. >> russia and the world need to know the true about what allies and prox is did and that includes a comprehensive, honest accounting from companies like facebook, twitter and google. >> earlier in the day clinton signed copies of her best
selling books "what happened." the line stretched for blocks, wearing some of the gear from clinton's presidential campaign. state public utilities commission is hitting bart with a $220,000 fine over an accident that killed two workers back in 2013. christopher shepherd and lawrence daniels inspecting tracks when they were struck and killed by a train. it was being operated by a manager and trainee during a labor strike. bart violated several safety rules an put them on probation for the next three years. bart must review and improve safety training and brief the commission annually on its progress as terms of that probation. the palo alto unified district is investigating a data breach, a website had published student information. the site exposed names, student id numbers and gpa's for students in grade 10-12. that is 1500 students. the site has been taken down. bay area college football
teams are in action today, they have a tough chore, taking on number 6 huskies, the bears are a heavy under dog. usc at home, last week up in oregon in a big way, touchdown begins at 7:45 p.m. well cardinal hopes to make it three wins in a row in utah. rice love coming off a historic win. 301 requiring yards, a game begins at 7:15. san jose state will try to snap a four game losing. but struggling to score touchdowns this afternoon's game against the bulldogs kicks off at 4:30 and checkup at spartan stadium. rates could increase now that california is a sink torr restate. >> the plan from immigration
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good morning to you. continuing to follow this developing news out of london. you see a heavy police presence after a vehicle slammed into a group of pedestrians in front of a popular museum. we are going to continue to monitor this situation. as you can see that area shut down. we are told shop keepers have been told to evacuate. so more on this coming up. welcome to mornings on 2, i'm claudine wong. good morning everyone, i'm frank mallicoat. happy weekend.
we got you weather i think you are going to like the forecast. in a moment first. more on some of the headlines making news over friday into saturday. it's been almost a week since gunfired destroyed so many lives. >> this morning vice president is headed to las vegas a. he is joining in just about an hour. trouble to find affordable housing in san francisco is an couldn't challenge there are apartments available. >> the city of san francisco and community advocation agencies. residents can get to apply. lots happening in the city today if you like music, especially bluegrass, it's happening today and tomorrow. that added to fleet week. >> hello. >> the city of san francisco is going to be a very very busy place. 8:01 on the clock. let's go over to rosemary and
the weather is going to perfect for all of these events. >> yes, it's gorgeous. it's really warm out there. i walked in from the station and thought, wow, it's about 85 degrees. >> it was 80 when i left last night. >> really warm. >> gorgeous. >> yes, and for folks that are thinking oh, wow, this is great weather. enjoy it because we know, we know these days are numbered. we have changes coming probably by the end of the be month. getting a look from san francisco as we look across the bay, waking up with a little bit of patchy fog, so even though temperatures in the afternoon have been warming up very nicely. overnight lows sinking back into the 40s, sure sign that it is fall. we do have a surf advisory, high surf, mid waves, rip currents down in monterey for today. we will have great beach weather out there, many spots an a lot walking toward the coast. some of the number this is morning, one the cooler spots,
santa rosa 4 degrees jack long the beach, starting at had 4 degrees. temperatures -- 44 degrees. a few 40s out there, a lot of 50s. 56 in the city of san francisco. temperatures are a few degrees in some spots and down by others. similar to where we started yesterday morning. mostly cloudy skies, afternoon and evening hours, the sea breeze is going to come back just for a bit. we could cool off some as we go across the coast and inland. but not by much. it should be a minor change. i am picking up on a little bit of fog here. as we get into the days ahead things will start to change and cooldown will continue, for your weekend looking at mostly clear skies. afternoon low 70s at the coast to perhaps a few low 90s but mott on this board. 88 for the afternoon high in antioch. 87 santa rosa. 7 the san mateo. mid 0s in the city of san francisco. temperatures continuing to fall off as we get into the extended
forecast and height owned fire danger will be back. and we are following new developments coming out of london where a car slammed into pedestrians outside a popular museum. british authorities say a silver colored car rammed into a group of people at the natural history museum. this is a live look at the situation right now where can you see there is a lot of security there, police presence, we've seen just really within the last little bit here, more and more police arriving at that scene and it seems quiet right now. but this happened about 2:20 in the afternoon, london time which is less than 2 hours ago. several people were hurt and rushed to the hospital and police have detain add man at the scene. they are now looking into a possible reason why this crash happened. witnesses have been posting messages on social media. one person wrote "looks like a guy tried to mow people down at the natural history museum."
attack is highly likely and as you know there has been a series of attacks this year that includes vehicle attacks on the westminster bridge and london bridge, so we'll continue to follow this story for you. >> new world. 8:05, turning into a developing story here on the home front, in marin county about a deadly crash we first told you about in our last hour. >> fox 2 christien kafton is on the scene, what can you tell us? remember along here along st. francis drake boulevard. at this hour it does appear that eastbound traffic, that is traffic on sir francis drake boulevard is shut down at this time while this investigation proceeds. here is what we know so far, this accident happened shortly before 6:00. a chevy malibu smashing into the back of a parked big rig. the drive oar of the chevy
malibu died here at the scene. we are working to find out more details about this accident. who the driver was and how this accident occurred. we have had a chance to contact the chp. they tell me that the driver of the big rig was actually sleeping in the cab when this accident happened. we've learned that there were no passengers in that chevy malibu. looking to find out more information about this deadly accident. for now anybody traveling in the region needs to understand sir francis drake eastbound heading towards the richmond bridge shut down. back to you. >> really really sad. you know, and i can see it behind you, that is right where that road turns right. you know, obviously we don't know what caused this crash, someone who gets distracted or sleeping it wouldn't be hard to go back into that big rig. yeah, that is exactly right. this is where the road does turn. unclear exactly what lead to this accident. but you did -- you nailed it
claude even, that this is the portion of the street that weaves back and forth before you get to san quentin, take the shoulder a little bit. and some vehicles have a little bit of speed on them, that could have been a factor, we want to talk with chp to figure out what seems to have happened. >> an alternative if you are coming from that area you would say on 101 and try to york your way around . you want to find another option, chp is trying to advice driver that this section of the street is shut down right now. at this point we don't have a time line exactly how long it is going to be shut down. we are going over to talk with the subject on scene to get a better sense how long that shut down will occur. >> we'll check in with you in a bit.
8:07 your time now to our continuing coverage of the las vegas mass shooting. this morning the vice president, mike pence is taking part in a unity prayer walk in las vegas. he is in nevada after attending a prayer service yesterday in puerto rico for victims of hurricane maria, also took a helicopter tour of the island to see the storm damage firsthand. while in las vegas this weekend he will join religious leaders in the unity walk scheduled to begin in an hour from now, with the release of 58 doves one for each victim killed. it has been nearly week and investigators are still searching for a motive in the attack be they run-down more than a thousand leads. officials are not found any links between terror group and the gunman stephen paddock. his girlfriend says he was showing signs of potential mental health issues. authorities are still working to dissect every part of his
life that includes high stakes gamble work as a former agent, taking a closer look at his father, who did appear on the most-wanted list back in 1989. >> including the suspect's personal life, any political affiliation, social behaviors, economic situation. >> investigators believe paddock is the only person who fired shots. still looking into whether or not there was planning of the shooting. remembering one of the victims with ties ties here the bay area, a hundred people gathered at city hall to mourn the death of michele vo, the vigil chose the ro tundra said it represents unity and strength. vo's sister is struggling to dole with the shock of losing a
loved one. she was so young, she had a chance to do anything but looking at this outpouring of support from everyone showing her love, showing their love for her, i'm so proud of her, you know, the impact that she made and the life that she lead. >> vo grew up in san jose, a tended independence high school. her family is working with the coroner's office in las vegas to transport her body back to the bay area. her ashes will be spread according to her wishes. several gun control groups came together. dozens of people gathered to read the maims of the 58 las vegas victims organized by the brady campaign to prevent gun violence. groups are calling on congress to pass bill for universal background checks. >> to do it after sandy hook, if we have to go state by state we will. congress has a responsibility to keep us safe and they need
to pass a criminal background check on all gun sales everywhere. >> nra supports federal regulation of bump stock devices but not a total ban. it wants congress to recognize concealed carry licenses issued by other states. if you are going to the heartly stickily bluegrass festival you will see more security. than usual. sfpd say that they are increasing controls in right of what happened in las vegas. it is a free event, there are no security checkpoints at the entrances, some of the people going say what happened in las vegas though will be on their minds. >> we had a bunch of friends in vegas, we are country music fans ark bunch of people there, we weren't there, so, yeah, definitely weighs on our minds, we are not concerned about it, you can't let that thing ruin
your life or rule your life. >> more than 90 artistser performing at the weekend event. crowds as big as a quarter million expected to flood the golden gate park today and tomorrow. san francisco police will be out in full force. the blue angels will headline today, always one of the most popular events of fleet week beginning at noon. the blue angels take to the sky at 3:00. but with tens of thousands of people along the waterfront, organizers of fleet week say security is a top priority. in the wake of the loss vegas shooting, see something, say something. coming upbringing cell service back to the island of puerto rico. the bay area company that plans to launch balloon that will work as cell phone towers. and hurricane hurling towards new orleans, tracking hurricane nate expected to make landfall in the next 24 hours,
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the heartly stickily bluegrass. temperatures warming up just above average for some. i will have a look at what you can expect for your neighborhood coming up. rosemary hurricane nate is making landfall late tonight or early tomorrow morning. the national hurricane center projected it will strengthen into a category 2 hurricane. the storm has pummeled parts of central america leaving two dozen people dead in nicaragua, costa rica and honduras, passing through the resorts of cancun and cozumel. forecasters predict nate will hit new orleans. >> everything on the bottom floor of my house is going up 3 feet. if it goes higher than that, well, we are in trouble. >> new orleans residents are stocking up with supplies before nate hits. the mayor has issued a
mandatory curfew beginning at 6:00 tonight to late tomorrow morning and governors of louisiana and alabama have declared states of emergency. that kind of snuck up on us, it was a depression and quickly stepped up to a hurricane. >> it has been a tough hurricane season, rosemary, look over here we have this amazing weather, they can't catch a break outside. >> yes, the intensification, we were looking at category 1, now perhaps a category 2 by the time it reaches the gulf coast. so, wow, they have the next 4 hours to see this as it moves a little bit closer to the shore right now. in the gulf of mexico. there is a look at nate. still a category 1 with winds at 90 miles per hour moving northwest at about 26 miles per hour. it will continue to make a north, northwest track. and is expected to move in right around the louisiana, perhaps alabama area as we get into tonight. here is a look at where some of the rainfall is already moving
through. areas of louisiana you can see baton rouge, down to the coast, getting some rain at this point. new orleans had some earlier. as we get into the path of this, again, expected to move in right there on the end of louisiana. before it moves into areas over alabama, perhaps mississippi. and as we get into the coming days it will continue to move north, northeast. the ground, and it will begin to weaken back down to about a tropical storm it looks like by sunday. continuing to weaken as it moves across areas of kentucky and tennessee and moves off towards the east towards areas of new york and all the way to new england monday into tuesday, notice continuing to weaken 30 miles per hour at that point. when it comes ashore later tonight, could see 10-14 inches of rainfall an again those very strong winds. here at home as claude even mentioned it's been really nice, high pressure in control
of our weather pattern going to weaken into the days ahead. that because of a system that will drop from the north cooling us down it is also going to bring back the wind and we are likely to shall very gusty in our hill the increasing fire danger in the coming days. for today and outside at this hour, mostly clear skies, patchy fog and a cool start for some. had 4 in santa rosa, in the east bay 49 walnut creek, a lot of 50s out there as well. low to mid-50s around the bay, san francisco looking good. afternoon highs for today, quite nice depending how you like it, low 70s tin son beach. inland it's a warm day, 87 in santa rosa, 85 st. helena. south bay locations warm day for you as well under mostly sunny skies, 87 morgan hill. closer to the water 7 the santa cruz, sliding up the coast we
have 73 in pacifica for the afternoon and 73 for daly city. if you are out and about here is your extended forecast, the temperatures continuing to cool as we get into the back end of the weekend and as we get into the extended forecast upper 80s, turning into howell 0s by tuesday into wednesday, fire danger will be something of concern as we get into the days ahead as well. >> but the weekend perfect. >> looks good. >> we'll keep an eye on those, thanks, rosemary. the white house is looking to increase its crack down on undocumented immigrants after california's decision to become a sanctuary state. the head of immigration says his organization is going to have no choice but to conduct workplace and immigration raid jason sunderland cross the state. california's decision to become a sanctuary state undermines public safety and hinders ice from performing federal lehman dated decision. state and local police will have major restrictions how and
why they can communicate with immigration officials. governor brown sign that had law making california a sanctuary state. the trump administration rolling back obamacare's mandate yesterday which requires employers to provide birth control coverage for its employees. before the exemptions were limited to just churches an some religious organizations. a rolling back gives businesses and organizations more power to object to providing coverage. a change that could impact hundreds of thousands of women. state of california is suing the trump administration for roll backs on birth control, california's attorney general says the rule is unacceptable attack on womens healthcare, the change means will will have to pay hundreds and thousands of dollars for reproductive services. >> what this new rule does is open up for just about any employer to come up with any kind of justification to not cover contraception and right
now that cover coverage caves women over a billion dollars a year. >> only 200 employers have filed lawsuits based on religious objections. low income san francisco residents have the opportunity now to apply for a below market rate apartment. >> we'll tell you where you can get help before that application deadline. and ensuring safety for those who use ride-sharing ride- sharing ride-sharing services, a proposal on stringent background check for drivers coming up.
back at 8:24. proposal to strengthen background checks for ride share drivers was released yesterday by the california public utilities commission. the annually proposed requirements would augment three which are already in place, companies used for background checks must be a legitimate accreditation organization, ride sharing companies must provide proof
that their background screeners providers are a credited as well and each driver undergo a background screening annually for as long as the driver is with that ride sharing company. amazon is testing out a new delivery service, the company wants to make more products available for two day shipping to help relieve overcrowding at its warehouse, to make that work amazon will pick items at third party merchants and delivering them to customers, cutting out big delivery service companies like ups and fedex who are serving as the middle men. happening at select markets across the west coast. all right. traveling into outer space close tore reality. founded by amazon ceo jeff besos could launch tourist by april of 2019. that would actually put blue origin slightly behind get to, space x plans to take two tourists on a trip around the
moon sometime next year. blue origin is looking to start test flights in 2018. whole foods may have had their credit card information hacked. a security breach was found affecting people who paid for foods. main checkout registers were not preached. here is a list of bay area stores affected, cupertino, san jose store on almeda. santa clara, walnut creek store, then two locations in san francisco, and fourth street in soma. kohle's department store holding hiring events across the bay area today starting at 10:00, many bay area cole stores will be looking to fill both full time hard part time like shipment processing an sales associates. kohle's is looking to hire 6 the thousand temporary workers for the holidays, if you are interested today's hiring event
lasts until 4:00 this afternoon. we have a list of all the stores looking to hire, check it out at our website ktvu.com just look under web links. all right. 8:27 on the clock. we are off early here on ktvu for college football. but we are not done with the news yet. we are going over the ktvu plus, we'll have more stories there. talking about the new affordable housing project in san francisco. and we are also following a deadly crash in marin county that has sir francis drake east closed this hour. there is on going story in london right now, a car plowed into a crowd of pedestrians, you can see a live picture from london, we are going to have live up dates on this and much more news on ktvu plus, come on over and mornings on 2 will continue there.
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