tv KTVU Mornings Weekend Edition FOX September 2, 2018 7:00am-10:01am PDT
them -- to get out of jail. and senator john mccain will be laid to rest at the naval academy. this will be a private ceremony with family and friends. and what this has meant to both sides of the aisle. now, we want to go to rosemary for a checkup how sunday is showing up. we do have clouds to start the day although the marine layer is not as thick. it is actually compressed a little bit and you can see sunshine over the clouds as we take a view from san francisco. 58 to start the day. upper 50s in oakland and livermore and san jose. a tad warmer in napa and cooler along the east bay shore and as we get to the second part of
the morning, these clouds will clear out and we will be mostly sunny away from the coastline and partly cloudy at the coast. temperatures warm into the afternoon and then temperatures come up just a bit. this is a view of the cloud cover over the north bay and it is not as widespread as yesterday morning. pockets of sunshine and we are mostly clear. when that nine miles per hour and not as strong as yesterday. again, all of this is leading up to a warmer afternoon. yesterday we were nearing 90 degrees for the inland communities and now to the low 90s. 91 in concorde and around the bay mid-seventies. if you're going to see the a's play, upper 70s. for the giants, 86 in napa and 90 at santa rosa. upper 80s for santa rosa if you plan to do winetasting. upper temperatures hold steady into the weekend.
we begin with breaking news in the south bay where there is a high-speed chase that reportedly sent several people to the hospital. a u-haul van collided with an suv early this morning. allie, what's the latest? >> there is the u-haul van and the suv at cupertino. this crash happened following a police re-stash pursuit around 4:00 this morning. part of that pursuit was captured on video and you can see from the sheriff -- see the sherrif's deputies pursuing that u-haul as it drove through at a high rate of speed. we know that santa clara sheriff's deputies responded to a call of a commercial burglar alarm in an area nearby. we don't know which store or business reported the burglary, but when
deputies were responding, they spotted the u-haul and during the course of the pursuit, they found the u-haul was stolen. we don't have the details of how the crash happened and we know that it happened at stevens creek and wolf. you can see the driver was able to hop out of the driver's side window . there was one other person in the u-haul who did not have life-threatening injuries. they were taken to the hospital to be checked and what we just learned about the driver of the eppier -- other you suv that u- haul crashed into, that driver complained of minor pains and was not seriously injured. we are waiting for more information about where exactly the pursuit originated and which store reported the burglary in cupertino. we are waiting for more information from the santa clara county sherrif's deputies. live in cupertino, allie rasmus , ktvu fox 2 news.
and a man is charged after threatening his girlfriend with a firearm. there is a report of a does nasty disturbance yesterday morning. they quickly. after an hour and a half, alvarado was taken into custody charged with several felonies including felony possession of a firearm and possession of a high-capacity magazine. and it is unclear why a vehicle caught fire on interstate 880 and it did cause a nightmare just before 2:30 yesterday afternoon near the southbound lanes in fremont. you can see the clouds and flames -- the smoke clouds and flames. crews were able to open the lanes in about an hour and
luckily no one was hurt. the time is 7:05 and human rights groups celebrating the release of an icy detainee. this weekend activists hell of a -- held their final vigil outside of the detention facility. >> and the release of hugo aguilar. >> reporter: the release was met with applause from -- applause, tears and hugs. his family thanked the community groups and activists who rallied for his release and paid nearly $80 million for his bond. >> hopefully the family does not have to go through this pain again. >> i feel very happy and i wish that everybody there can be with their family too.
>> reporter: aguilar had been locked up since last spring and the bond money included donations from his family, the emigrant fund and the racist fund which has bonded out nearly 200 people. >> we are very grateful right now and i wish all of the this that they are doing with the people being taken to the detention centers and separating from their families. >> reporter: i have -- >> there are a lot of families where their kids are going through the same things that i did. it's not fair, no one deserves it. >> reporter: he came to the united states in 1994 and has had several run-ins with the law.
he was arrested last year for domestic violence and the case was later dismissed. he said on his way out of jail that i.c.e. agents took him into custody. >> they grabbed me when i was getting released to go home. i had someone waiting for me outside. >> reporter: and the agency sheltered two emigrants last july. they have messages of hope . >> we pray for those still detained in other facilities around the nation. >> reporter: alyssa harrington, -- ktvu fox 2 news. a 3.3 magnitude earthquake struck last night. it was originally reported as a 3.6 magnitude and then the number was revised. several people called here to the ktvu newsroom reporting light shaking, but nothing damaged. and another quake measuring
3.8 hitting near the geysers about a: 45 yesterday morning. no damage reported from that one as well -- 8:45 yesterday morning. no damage reported from that one. in just a few hours senator john mccain will be buried at the u.s. naval academy next to his closest friend. it will be a private event for the family and friends to say a final farewell. more on the ceremony held yesterday at the cathedral in washington, d.c..>> the end of a 60 year service to the united states. at his funeral, former president george w. bush says that his absence feels like silence after a mighty roar. >> ♪ i love you so [ music ] -- so.
♪. >> reporter: up father, senator and former president -- prisoner of war. >> we will remember him as he was. unwavering, unequal. >> reporter: two presidents gave his eulogy. >> so much of our politics and our public life in our public discourse can seem small. tasha small and mean and petty. -- can seem small and mean and petty. it is brave and -- it seems brave and tough, but it is born in fear. >> the america of john mccain has no need to be made great again because america was always great. >> [ applause ]. >> reporter: in washington, caroline shively, fox news.
and we will sit down with the political scientist in an hour or so. it is 7:10 and budget cuts call for an end to a program. >> why parents are just finding out about the cuts and what kids are eating after school instead. and one man hoping to feed at least 100 people. he will be helping the homeless today.
and mark from san francisco is baking and serving fresh pizza for the hungry. today he plans to feed 100 people at the east bay homeless encampment in oakland. he has a pop up peach or -- pizza shop and is raising funding for the action center in oakland. so far he has raised $4000 through facebook and private donations. a police officer said he was doing his job when he responded to a homeless woman who needed help and now the woman has given him and his family a priceless gift. how the officer's kindness led to the expansion of his own family. >> this is harlow. >> reporter: harlow maisie is six months old and fresh from her adoption hearing. surrounded by loved ones, including three sisters.
>> if i asked you if you want her to be your sister, what would you say? >> reporter: how three daughters became four was unexpected. >> this is the county, do you know the woman? >> reporter: a call out of the blue. harlow's mom requesting the couple take her baby. >> are you asking us to keep her forever? and she said, i want you to keep her forever. >> reporter: she went home but only -- with them, but only after long talks with the birth family.>> she said that i want her to go home with a family that is loving and kind. she met the officer and asked for help. >> she said, is there something the police can do for me?>> -- >> reporter: he drove her to a shelter and rehab.
he met her at a ride along. >> she put my hand on her belly and i got to feel her daughter who i didn't know would be our daughter. >> reporter: there was an ultrasound image, but never an adoption plan. >> we are so honored. >> to have her. >> reporter: she overcame obstacles with drug exposure, but she is fine now and enthralled with her big sisters. she is a happy and easy baby that move seamlessly into the brood. what took minutes forever changed lives and for now -- from now on, valentine's day will be the day that harlow came to -- came. >> that's great, maybe i can do that too. ktvu fox 2 news. >> that is a full house.
>> there is all kinds of things including compassion built into that story. now let's check the sunday forecast with rosemary. good morning to you. we have pleasant weather for sunday and monday with not a lot of change expected. the marine layer is condensed and not as thick or widespread, either. we are seeing partly cloudy skies along the bay as well. temperatures are similar to yesterday within a few degrees and most of us starting in the 50s and a chilly start over portions of the north bay. 50 in napa and as you go inland, 57 at walnut creek and 57 by the water. the south bay location is 57 at san jose. 56 in belmont and 50s in san mateo. 61 four antioch and 55 in alamo.
lafayette is 54. what a game last night. they play the yankees today in the afternoon at 1:05 and it will be 73 degrees weather west breeze at 10 miles per hour. a beautiful day for tailgating ahead of the game and mid-70s for the afternoon high. upper 80s for areas this afternoon. 55 at simpson beach and temperatures are coming up. if you enjoyed yesterday, today will be a near repeat. areas like brentwood going to 94 in the afternoon. closer to the shore we have 73 for the alameda area and 73 in san leandro. 89 in saratoga and by the water in sarah -- santa cruz, 73 as they expected high. 82 at redwood city and a nice 69 degrees expected in san
francisco. partly cloudy for pacifica and half moon bay. we are not losing the microclimate pattern that we are at -- accustomed to this time of year . temperatures come up just a tad more on your labor day monday and then we begin to drop, but it is subtle. nothing too drastic with low 90s remaining in the forecast on tuesday through thursday. 70s inland and 60s along the coast. injuries are already hurting the 49ers. >> and this one hurt. find out which player is likely out for the year and who is expected to take his spot. >> they attacked me. >> reporter: in 25 minutes, we will hear from the man at the center of this violent viral video. he said he was assaulted
at this hour, search efforts are resuming after two -- collision of two boats on the colorado yesterday in the mojave regional park southwest of las vegas. it's in san bernardino county. two people are missing and 13 others were hurt. one person in the hospital with critical injuries and the other 12 are expected to survive.
other boaters on the water rush to help the injured until authorities could get their. an a -- new video from july that shows how quickly that a fun day can turn to an emergency. leo was shooting video when an out-of-control jet ski went into their boat. >> our boys were in the front of the boat, thank god. now it was a matter of quickly getting the boat off the water without taking on more water than we already were. >> reporter: fortunately nobody was badly hurt, but the boats were damaged and nobody had insurance. park officials are urging people to follow all the rules of the water and the requirement to wear lifejackets. and moving to sports now, getting their motor running again. oakland has lost four of their
last six games including the one last night to the mariners. seattle wins at 8-0. he can't quite catch this flyball and nelson cruz comes home at 4-1, mariners. and they are coming home with three runs and oakland down 1. 8-7. matt olson makes the final out and the seattle pictures use 18 and oakland use 9. the yankees are in town today. and hosting the mets, and this is good. evan will belt out his fifth giving the giants a 1-nothing glade. the giants trying to come back and austin slater and name l on his belly with a stretch and a catch and that's the ball game. they lose to the mets and the final is 2-1. and derek --
jerick mckinnon tore his acl in the final week of practice yesterday. he is scheduled to be out for the season and it hasn't even started yet. he was just signed to a deal and it is now likely that morris will take over as started. and mac is now a chicago bear. he had been out for preseason because he wanted a new long- term contract after his rookie deal. he is an elite pass rucki -- pass runner but they wouldn't pay what he thought he was worth and so he talked to chicago in exchange for two first round picks. $90 million with a six year deal with incentives that could go as much as $121 million making him the highest-paid defensive player in nfl history. and the care that's the cal
bears won it yesterday. it was one of those where you score a ton of points early and then it was like, come on defense. especially with the defense they picked up north carolina quarterback now -- nathan elliott. they had just 38 yards of offense in the first half. chase garber finds the workorders with a score there to make it 24-3. cal hangs on 24-17 and they play byu on saturday. a bummer. it is no secret that firefighters work long rolling ships. >> a study shows how recovery time impacts their ability through the season. how the study is expanding this fall. and the driver of a stolen
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>> apparently the golden gate ridge is still mired in the fog, but eventually that will clear out. it will be another nice day for this holiday. it is 7:30 on this sunday. i am frank somerville. and i am claudine wong . we have rosemary here with the weather. it is just one more day. >> you were at the game last night. >> that could be the problem this morning as i stayed up too late for the fireworks. it was a great game and unfortunately they did not make the win. oakland at 57 and going to the 70s for the game today. 49 to start the day in santa rosa and 57 at livermore and san jose.
temperatures at a similar start where we were yesterday. napa is slightly warmer and hayward is slightly cooler. the fog is back, but not as widespread as yesterday and the marine layer is not as thick. it has compressed and we will continue a bit of a warm up on sunday and it looks like peaks will -- temperatures will peak on labor day monday. sonoma and napa with fog and along the east bay we have areas of oakland and the peninsula. there is a wide shot of the golden gate bridge where there is some as well. it will pull back and be mostly sunny away from the coastline today. the onshore breezes and eight mph -- is -- breeze is at eight miles per hour. 73 degrees with mostly sunny skies for the mariners and the
wind at about 10 miles per hour. 91 for the east bay of concord to santa rosa. 76 in san mateo. temperatures coming up just a bit more and then back down with no drastic change, really. i will show you that in the extended forecast coming up. and breaking news from cupertino after a high-speed chase involved a u-haul van reported stolen. kelly rasmussen joins us live from the scene and the driver and the passenger will soon be booked into jail. take it away. >> reporter: we are at stevens creek and wolf in cupertino and the crash has been cleared and the intersection is back open. you can see the sheriff's deputies vehicles here. -- deputies' vehicles here. deputies saw a u-haul nearby and alarm scene and when they
tried to pull the driver over, he led them on a chase. part of that chase was captured on video and you can hear the sirens and see the u-haul flyby . during the course of the pursuit, sheriff's deputies discovered the u-haul was stolen. the chase came to an end when the u-haul crashed into another vehicle and the driver of the stolen van was able to climb out of the driver's side window . another passenger was able to get out and they both have non- life-threatening injuries. an innocent bystander in this was the 65-year-old driver of the suv that was struck by the u- haul during the course of the pursuit. the driver complained of pain at the crash scene but according to the sheriff's deputies was not seriously injured, thankfully. emergency crews and tow trucks took both vehicles away from
the intersection. the driver and passenger in the u-haul will be booked into the santa clara county jail once released from the hospital. the good news is that nobody was seriously injured including the innocent bystander, the 65-year- old driver of the suv. the intersection is back open at stevens creek and wolf at cupertino. kelly rasmussen, ktvu fox 2 news. and calling for the unified school district to bring back a free dinner program . they voted to end the hot meals and afterschool programs to save money and the decision caught some parents by surprise. >> reporter: eight years old and a foodie with a taste for -- buy burgers, pizza, and macaroni and cheese. >> reporter:'s favorite vegetable -- >> broccoli. >> reporter: and he has food facts. >> did you know that tomatoes are fruit?
>> reporter: he was part of the afterschool program at martin luther king elementary. >> we had crackers and juice. >> reporter: the small snack is nothing like the hot meal the children received last year to keep them to go -- from going hunger between -- hungry between lunch and pickup time. >> i don't think food should be something that the kids should have to worry about. they are hungry and they haven't eaten since lunch time. >> reporter: many parents did not realize until the start of school that the school board voted to eliminate the program. >> the dinner program was something we started six years ago. >> reporter: budget constraints prompted the cut which will save the district about $1.4 million per year by eliminating one staff position and reducing 18 positions from full-time to part-time. >> we had to make difficult decisions. >> reporter: about 3000 students
in the district received the evening meal. >> there were hot meals like spaghetti and tacos and pizza. >> reporter: he said it was a big help and now he and other families will have to your out how to stretch their dollars. >> we have to put in -- i have to put in more hours at work to put the groceries on the table. >> and i feel like instead of giving up, they should be fun raising and reaching out to parents. >> reporter: one group has formed an online petition calling for the district to reinstate the supper program. they also say that the district should reach out more to get local donations from companies and other organizations. in the meantime, the district says they are open to finding a way to reinstating the program. ktvu fox 2 news. a heads up for your travel over the long holiday weekend.
track maintenance is being done and shuttle buses will run instead. train closures last through tomorrow night, late. this is the third of four weekend closures making the tracks smoother and safer. there is also a modified sunday schedule for the holiday tomorrow. caltrans will be on a sunday schedule for the labor day monday. caltrans will not operate south tomorrow but there will be a sought -- a shuttlebus -- last train leaving tomorrow is at 9:15 tomorrow from san francisco. san trans will not run as frequently. a health study of fire crews that specialize in putting out wildfire has been studied. electronic devices show reaction time slows the longer that firefighters are on the
fire line before getting a break . they also need more breaks during the later part of fire season. this year the study has doubled in size and it includes jumpers fighting the flames. they hope to find out if the premade meals used by smoke jumpers contribute to that. and firefighters in oakland were able to quickly get a house under control from a fire at a homeless encampment that started just after 12:30 yesterday afternoon near and barcoded -- embarcadero and unison street. two homeless people lost their tent and belongings in the fire which is still under investigation. a man accused of vandalizing his neighbor's car. james pearson was arrested in thousand oaks in jim -- ventura county. he was caught on home surveillance camera pouring
urine on his neighbor's car. the owner of the car, joseph bloom, says he doesn't know why he was targeted. the person has caused trouble in the past. >> how does anybody do such a thing? how does a logical person do such a thing? this is not the first time. he's been busted maybe 12 times in the last 10 years. >> reporter: now pearson is facing charges including elder abuse and vandalism. they searched his home found -- and found items linking him to the vandalism as well as items of drug use. and at the port of oakland in july, 78 of first -- 78% of ships plugged into electrical power at the port. it's the highest rate ever recorded at the port. they have been
pushing plug in use and the goal is to get to 85% plug-ins by 2020. they recommend that 70% of the vessels be plugged in. police in the netherlands believe that the friday stabbing of two american tourists may have had a terrorist motive. one person was stabbed as he walked from a railroad station in amsterdam. police are still questioning and a court appearance is expected tomorrow. the name of the third american stabbing victim has not been released and he is expected to survive. and saying that germans need to get off the couch and opened their mouth when it comes to racism. the foreign minister's comments come after angry anti-immigration protests happen yesterday. they rallied against my great -- immigration
after two men allegedly stabbed and killed a local man two weeks ago. demonstrators were encountered by leftist groups marching under the slogan, hard instead of hate. they accused them of clearing little -- caring little about the actual stabbing victim in creating fear for political gain. >> a german has been murdered and people don't know that. most people are just following. >> reporter: many of the people taking part in the protests are starch opponents of the immigration -- danse -- staunch opponents of the immigration policy. they have taken refugees from several countries into germany and many were later deported. and a dispute between neighbors leads to a shooting.
and we are hearing from a man who was jumped on a mini train for playing music too loud. it was all caught on smell -- and cell phone video. what happened to the man right before he was assaulted. >> reporter: the 21-year-old says that his bruises are healing and look worse a few days ago. he finds himself at the center of the spiral cell phone video that was recorded and sent to an independent journalist. sterling reported the incident after dexter was assaulted on a mini-train for playing music too loud. he said he was about to get off the train after a 20 minute ride. >> he should have approached me differently. he literally -- the first reaction he had to me speaking was to grab me and pin me down. then another gentleman pinned me down and they threw my skateboard off the train. >> reporter: dexter was using a
portable amazon prime speaker listening to a mixture of mac -- of rap -- -- rap.>> they said -- they attacked me instead of confronting me verbally. >> reporter: and he is working with police on the investigation. >> we have turned over the surveillance video to investigate this matter and get to the bottom of what happened. >> reporter: during the assault, dexter fought back and declined to press charges. >> the police told me, right? he said that he would also be able to press charges. >> reporter: the agency encourages drivers to first contact central control which then calls police. extra -- dexter has a problem with how the ride inter--- ended
. >> i was trying to retrieve my stuff from the train and he wouldn't let me. then he left before the police came. >> reporter: he says he is a hard worker and didn't deserve the assault. >> kids make a mistake's and obviously -- make mistakes and obviously adults do too. a man trying to drive away during a traffic stop was shot and killed in arlington, texas. the officer stopped the car for registration violation yesterday afternoon and the officer said he smelled marijuana and called for backup . one officer had his arm on the window when the driver tried to roll it up and speed away. the officer warned the driver and try to stop him from leaving . >> the officer discharged his firearm striking who we believe to be the driver.
at that point the suv hit the curb and the officer appears to have fallen off of the suv. he had slight injuries and was treated at the scene. >> reporter: the driver was struck by gunfire and taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. they have not said if narcotics were found in the vehicle. and a 73-year-old man facing charges for allegedly shooting his neighbor over a fight over the lawn. he was using his riding mower and he said he shot him because he doesn't like the way he cut his grass. kelly said that he was shooting at a snake in the grass.>> the way he was mowing his lawn caused him to snap. >> reporter: authority say that 10 days before the incident that his neighbor had threatened to kill him eight or nine times. he said he was lucky that he
was not hurt during the shooting. >> i think a for-sale sign may be in order for one or both of them. >> i am tell you what, no matter what -- i am telling you what, no matter what, rosemary is always smiling. i hate when i am wrong. i am never mad and i am never wrong. giving you a look here at what is happening outdoors this morning, we have partly cloudy skies and it is not as extensive with the cloud cover this morning. we are socked in along the coastline and at the bay. the north bay has filled in over the last hour or so with partly cloudy skies and it looks like more cloud cover near santa rosa and on to the east bay we have clouds over oakland and partly cloudy at concord -- and clear skies a
ported at concord. the marine layer is not as thick as yesterday with temperatures off to a similar start. 57 at walnut creek and oakland. 50 at novato and 49 over santa rosa. it feels a bit like fall. 56 in woodside and 54 in san mateo. and the out at -- antioch at 62 and 56 at moraga. the giants take on the mets once again and the breeze will pick up 215-20 by the water. once you get into the park, it should not be bad. 89 degrees expected for novato today. for the east bay along the shore, we have 75 in
oakland and 73 in alameda. for the south bay, 89 at los gatos. 92 at morgan hill and low 70s at santa cruz. along the peninsula, 73 in san bruno and 76 at san mateo. the millbrae arrow you -- area has the arts and wine fest continuing this weekend. here is the extended forecast and hopefully you have monday off. the extended temperatures will be warmer before they come back down. notice it is not a drastic change with low 90s and the forecast. 70s around the bay and 60s at the coast. water could soon be pumped out of one california desert. >> where that water would come from and the environmental concerns involved. we will be right back.
they say the project would raise rates and damaged ecosystem in the desert. >> we are looking at harm to the economy and the wildlife and to the communities that have businesses around people visiting these places. >> we have been through 12 court opinions and four judges and all have concluded that this project is environmentally benign and will cause no harm to the environment. >> reporter: and a rally all -- railroad line runs through the property that is regulated by the federal government. the obama administration denied access, but the trump administration recently reversed that decision. and a new ride built into the mountainside. 4000 feet of track wind up and down and around the hills with nine switchbacks and at one point a 300 foot vertical drop. operators say it is the largest drop in the west. it already has rave reviews and the resort says the inferno coaster will be open nearly all years -- all
year. that's because the coaster cars are attached to the track and it is safe to ride even when there is rain and snow. if you want to go skiing and then take a break to hit the mountain coaster for a thrilling ride, you can do that too. >> there is a 360 degree loop right there and it is so fun. >> reporter: actually the cars go about 25 miles per hour and if that is too fast, are levers you can push to slow down your car. you may get some slow people. it is open the middle of next month and is expected until november. and love from a dog after a 10 month deployment in afghanistan. >> oh my goodness. oh my goodness. >> reporter: i have seen videos like these and i love them.
nancy is welcomed home by her two-year-old dog and it has gone viral. she returned home wednesday after deployment in afghanistan with the navy. there's no better way to be thanked for your service then getting a gazillion kisses from your dogs. and coming up, a wild police chase in the south bay. >> and a stolen vehicle crashes into a innocent witness. and we will hear remarks from john mccain's funeral and talk about the political impacts of the service.
good morning and welcome back to mornings on 2. we have some music to wake you up this morning. >> ♪ knock three times. . and traffic is moving just fine in both directions on this sunday, september 2. good morning, i'm claudine wong . and i'm frank somerville . rosemary will have the forecast in just a moment. first, a
chase in the south bay involving a stolen u-haul and police ending with a crash. >> the occupants were trapped in the van and they were eventually rescued. what happened to the driver and his passenger and we will tell you where they are this morning. plus and i.c.e. detainee in the bay area was released after spending about 18 months behind bars. and human rights groups celebrate the release of hugo aguilar. the message he has for other detainees. and the story of a homeless woman and a santa rosa police officer. >> she that she adopted her baby after he met her on the streets. first, let's get to rosemary orozco who is watching , can i call it clearing fog? clearing? >> it is getting sunnier.
>> i'm going to say that you can say whatever you want, i have your back no matter what. this is a live look over san jose where the fog is clearing. 60 in oakland and temperatures in the low 50s in areas like santa rosa. along the coastline we have cloud cover in the bay and it is partly cloudy for the inland communities. we are looking at an early burn off. areas over hills bird and down through areas of san rafael we have cloud cover and fog. into the east bay it turns partly cloudy into areas like fremont and milpitas and san jose. partly cloudy to start your day with calm conditions over the north bay. the east bay with the onshore breeze at eight miles per hour or so. getting through the second part of your
morning and early afternoon, mostly sunny skies for most of us. areas like half moon bay with partly sunny and partly cloudy and hopefully some sunshine. it looks like it will remain close to the coast, at least most of the day on the west facing beaches. south facing beaches will have sunshine. 63 a pacific at this afternoon and upper 60s and san francisco's if you go to see the giants play. if you see the a's play, 73 at san jose. temperatures are coming up a few degrees and 86 will be the afternoon high-end napa. -- hi in napa. -- hi -- afternoon high in napa . and a chase involving a u- haul van ended at wolf road and stevens creek boulevard. we have allie rasmus there now with how the chase ended. >> reporter: it ended with a crash here at stevens creek
boulevard and coupe -- in cupertino. you can see the road has reopened and santa clara sherrif's deputies responded to a call about a burglary at a shopping center about a mile from here. when deputies were in the area responding to the call, there is -- they saw the u-haul and tried to pull the driver over. the driver did not stop and let them on a chase. part of that chase was captured on video and during the course of the pursuit, deputies discovered the u-haul was stolen. the pursuit came to an end when the u-haul crashed into an suv at the intersection of stevens creek and wolf. the driver was able to climb out of the driver's window and a passenger was also able to get out. both have non-life- threatening injuries. an innocent bystander driving the
suv that was struck by the u- haul in the pursuit complained of pain at the crash scene. according to sherrif's deputies, the man was not seriously injured. both vehicles were towed from the intersections -- intersection just after 10:00 this morning -- 6:00 this morning. no one was seriously injured in this, but the 65-year-old driver who was the innocent bystander was not seriously injured. the intersection of stevens creek and wolf is back open. allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. and a man facing chat -- felony charges after police say he threatened his girlfriend with a firearm. san mateo police responded to a domestic disturbance yesterday morning and officers say they quickly located 23-year-old german alvarado in his car. he refused multiple commands to get out and a crisis
negotiation team had to be called in. after about half an hour he was taking fully that she was safely taken into custody. he is charged with possession of a firearm and a high-capacity magazine. it's unclear why a vehicle caught on fire on interstate 880 but it created a traffic nightmare in the southbound lanes of 880 near fremont. you can see there is the car that was blocking the fast lane and chp had to close down another lane to clear the scene. you can see it was going pretty good. the crews were able to open the lanes in about one hour and luckily no one was hurt. human rights activists celebrated the release of an i.c.e. detainee after months behind bars. he was released last thursday after posting bond. this weekend acta verse -- activists held their final vigil and closing vigil outside the gif engine facility.
-- outside of the detention facility. >> reporter: there was applause, tears and hugs and the family thanked the community groups and activists who rallied for his release and raised $80,000 to pay his bond. >> hopefully our family does not have to go through this pain again. >> i always wanted to have a -- have him with us again. >> i wish everybody there can be with their families too. >> reporter: he had been locked up since last spring and the bond money included donations from his family and that immigrant defense fund and the community fund and the racist fund which has bonded out nearly 200 people. >> i am very grateful right now and like i said, i wish all of this stops.
all of this, what they are doing, you know, with the people taking insight -- taken inside of the defense and centers -- the detention centers and separated from their families. >> there are a lot of kids going through the same thing that i did and it's not fair. no one deserves it. >> reporter: he was born in mexico and came to united states in 1994. he has had several run-ins with the law and is a convicted felon. he went to prison for drug trafficking and was arrested last year for domestic violence . that case was later dismissed. on his way out of jail, i.c.e. agents took him into custody. >> they grabbed me when i was getting released to go home. i had someone waiting for me outside.>> reporter: people tied ribbons to the chain-link
fence outside the jail that included messages of hope. >> we continue to pray and support those who are still detained in 200 other facilities around this nation. >> reporter: alyssa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. and a little girl has a new family after a judge approved her adoption by a santa rosa police officer and his wife. the baby's mother was homeless and addicted to drugs and she asked the police for help. the officer had driven her to detox a few times. she shared her story with them. she asked the county to find the officer and asked tim to take her baby. >> she said, i want her to grow up in a home that is loving and kind.>> she left her a daughter enough to give her to a family and we are so excited -- loved her daughter enough to give her a family and we are so excited. >> reporter: they really wanted
baby harlow as a part of their family. and shelling out extra cash to play -- to pay off workers. >> how much is made at harvest time and how it plays a key role in the wage uptick. and one-man hopes to feed 100 people today. a tech worker will be serving pizza to homeless folks in the east bay. stay right there.
good morning to you and happy sunday. alive look at the oakland skyline -- a live look at the oakland skyline. temperatures will come up slightly and i will have a look coming up. and helping to fight homelessness in san francisco. the chronicle will track homeless people in the city and information about their health and services used in the past will be logged into the system. that will hopefully give counselors and program managers a better need of the needs of each person. they hope to register 2000 homeless people by the end of october. and one-man is hoping that helping the homeless -- is helping the homeless one pizza
slice at a time. he works for the tech industry and runs his own pop up pizza shop on the side. he is fundraising from the homeless center and the spirit of oakland fundraiser. and the a's need to get their motor running again. oakland has lost four of their last six games including one that fell short to the mariners and the final was 8-7. and then trying to catch a fly ball, he can't get a handle on it. nelson cruz comes home and it is 4-1 mariners. then simeon unloads a gap or and oakland is down just one at 8-7 . in the ninth, trying to stay alive and the seattle pitchers spanned 18 a's. they lost and they began
another series tomorrow and the yankees are in town tomorrow. and this is pretty good. evan is out and the giants up 1- nothing. the new york took -- then new york took the leads and it is a stretch and catch by brandon nemo. not good for the giants who lost to the mets and extras 2-1. and bad news for the niners as jerick mckinnon tore his acl in the final round of practice yesterday. that means mckinnon is likely out for the season that hasn't started yet. the niners just signed him to a four-year $30 million deal and he was expected to be a starter. now it is likely that alfred morrison takes over the position . and khalil mack is now a chicago bear. he had been a hold out for more money and a long-term deal. an elite pass rusher who could
have been the rater's centerpiece and oakland did not want to shell out the $20 million. he goes to two first-round draft picks and is guaranteed $90 million for the deal. with incentives he will make $130 million making him the highest paid defensive player in nfl history. and some teammates are reacting on twitter. a linebacker making a similar comment saying, no planking way . and rater fans are unhappy and we can't post most of their comments because they are not fit for tv. they are not happy. the cal bears won their opener 24-17. it was one of those games were cal stored a ton and then they said all right defense, hold on, and they did. the defense picked up nathan
elliott four times in the game and cameron good will take a 38 yards the other way. and three count quarterbacks paid in this one and they have to figure that out. jace garber on the short score with 24-3 and cal holds on for a win. they visit byu next saturday. the time is 8:16 and it is time to head to rosemary orozco to see how the week is shaping up. we have to get through monday first. >> it's the holiday. i'm working, so i forget. there is fog out there and there is fabulous weather in place. monday looks like it will be the warmest day before
we cool down and it is all a minor fluctuation that i will show you in the extended forecast. there is the cloud cover along the coast and inside the bay and it is not as widespread as it has been. partly cloudy skies and clear over portions of the inlet community -- the in land community. around napa -- and land -- and land -- inland community. san jose partly cloudy and the golden gate bridge is socked in. 60 in oakland. upper 50s and livermore. 52 in napa and 52 at santa rosa. 56 at woodside and most of us in the 50s with a few low 60s. antioch is 65 and upper 50s in alamo. if you go to see the a's
play, the game time is 1:05 with mostly sunny skies and a breeze at about 10 miles per hour. a good day for tailgating ahead of time. looking at the extended forecast, we continue with temperature similar to yesterday. monday looks like it will be the warmest day with low to mid 90s. 70s and your 80 around the bay was 60s at the coastline. the temperatures fall back a little bit as we get to work on tuesday, but pretty much remaining steady with upper 80s and low 90s inland and 70s around the bay. i will have details coming up in a little bit. thank you rosemary. coming up what officials say caused blasts at a military airport. that in the next half hour. plus we will talk about and -- talk to analysts who will talk about the impact of the use of g's as senator mccain's
they were on the river at regional park about 100 miles south of las vegas in san bernardino county. one person was taken to a las vegas hospital with critical injuries. 12 other people were also hurt but are expected to survive. >> oh my god. oh my god. >> reporter: new video from a boating accident last july shows how quickly that a fun day can turn to an emergency. they were on the lake enjoying the day and she was shooting video when an out-of-control jetski ran into their boat. >> our bows were sitting -- boys were sitting in the front about of the boat, oh my -- thank god. then it was a matter of getting the boat off the water without taking on more water. >> reporter: fortunately no one was hurt and the boat was badly damaged. the jets gear did not have insurance. park officials are urging
everybody to obey the rules and to have a life jacket on. and rafters and boaters are expected to pack the parks this weekend. rangers will be on patrol on land and in the water. >> it is all to try to keep people safe. we get more visitors during these holiday weekends to the parkway. >> reporter: many people on the river tell us they see the labor day weekend as the official end of summer and they want to take full advantage of the warm weather and the water. it is 8:23 and we will be right back.
good morning. a lot of fog over the holiday weekend and it seems like it has been here forever. eventually it will all blow away for what looks like it will be another lice -- nice labor day sunday. i am frank somerville . i'm claudine wong and i forgot everyone has the day off . it is an extended weekend. yes, we still have two days of fun ahead of us. we are out the door with partly cloudy skies around the bay area . it will be mostly sunny away from the coastline. a life look over the bay with -- a life -- live look over the
bay. the fog is not as widespread as it was yesterday. partly most -- partly to mostly clear around the east bay. it looks like we are partly sunny around hills berg and over toward petaluma and american county -- canyon. the leo still has cloud cover. the east bay shore is clearing out -- vallejo still has cloud cover. the east bay shore is clearing out. along the coastline today and inside the bay we will have an afternoon she breeze -- sea breeze. upper 60s expected for the afternoon with mid- seventies in oakland to cda's play. 92 and livermore and 93 at antioch. temperatures will come up/to see
the a's play. 92 in livermore and 93 at antioch. if you are traveling on bart, the trains will not run between west oakland and the 19th street station while track maintenance is being done. there will be free shuttle buses instead. the closures last until tomorrow night. this is the first of four closures making the ride safer, quieter and smoother. there is also a modified schedule for tomorrow. train service via caltrain will not operate south tomorrow but passengers can take a shuttle bus between stations. the last caltrain's leaving san francisco tomorrow will be at 9:15 p.m. tomorrow. trains will run less
frequently tomorrow, so take note. there will not be on -- b service -- there will not be service for trains that do not usually run on sunday. last year nine firefighters were monitored for fatigue through the fire season. electronic devices showed reaction times slowed the longer time they were on the fire before getting a break. firefighters also needed more recovery time during the latter part of the firefighting season . the cruise also lost muscle mass. the cruise include smoke jumpers that parachute from airplanes to fight the flames. they are looking into whether the pre-plate -- premade meals used for the fire crews could impact them in the field. in july 1978, vessels cut
their power and plugged in at the dock according to port officials. this marks the highest plug-in rate ever reported in oakland. oakland has been pushing for the plug-ins since 2012 and the goal is to get to 85% plug-ins by 2020. at least 70% of the vessels plug in. and more grape growers in the north bay are shelling out extra cash to play -- to pay workers. the reason for the uptick is the tight labor market which is down 4.3% since last july. attract -- to attract more workers, they are paying up to $30 per hour. they are also hiring seasonal workers out of mexico. an estimated 5200 full-time and 2600 seasonal employees will work through november to harvest the crops valued at over one
half billion dollars. had a blast at a military airport near damascus, syria. it was the result of an electrical slayer, although -- failure, although earlier in the morning, it was reported that it was a possible missile. that claim has since been rejected. and the stabbing of two american tourists. police shot and injured the suspect as he walked away from the central railway station in amsterdam. he was identified as a 19-year- old afghan who lived in germany . he is scheduled to be in court tomorrow. the stabbing victims, whose names have not been released, are expected to survive. and some parents are calling for the oklahoma -- oakland school district are calling for a reinstatement of afterschool dinner. the decision caught some parents by surprise when they
decided to stop it. >> reporter: he is eight years old and a foodie with a taste for >> burgers, pizza and macaroni and cheese. >> reporter:'s favorite vegetable -- >> brockley. >> reporter: and -- broccoli. >> reporter: and he has food facts. >> did you know tomatoes are fruit? we had crackers and juice. >> reporter: it is not enough to keep them from going hungry between aft -- between lunch and school pickup time. >> i don't think that food should be something that the kids should have to worry about. they are hungry and the haven't eaten a real mail since lunch time. >> reporter: many parents do not realize until the start of school that the school board voted in june to eliminate the
supper program. >> the dinner program is something we started six years ago. >> reporter: budget constraints prompted the cut and it will save the district about $1.4 million per year by eliminating one staff position and reducing four positions. >> we had to make difficult decisions. >> reporter: about 3000 students in the district received the evening mail. >> they have tacos and pizza. >> reporter: he said it was a help and now he and other families will have to figure out how to stretch their dollars . >> it's more strenuous to put the hours in at work to put the groceries on the table. >> instead of giving up and saying that we can't do this, they should be fund raising and reaching out to parents. >> reporter: one group has formed an online petition calling for the reinstatement of the supper program. they
also say the district should reach out more to get local donations from companies and other organizations. in the meantime the district is open to finding a way to reinstating the supper program. ktvu fox 2 news. and new college scholarships will soon be available to students and families in the richmond area. the organization started in january 2016 and thanks to a college graduating culture and richmond. they offer scholarships of up to $1500 per year with the possibility of renewal up to four years. students can learn to rsvp at their website. and students in a stolen fan will be taken to the santa clara county jail. that after the u- haul van they were in crashed at a major cupertino intersection following a police chase.
>> reporter: the pursuit ended with a collision at the intersection of stevens creek and wolf and cupertino. it all started at 4:00 this morning when deputies responded to a call about a commercial burglary alarm at a shopping center about a mile from here at stevens creek and sage way. authorities spotted the u-haul nearby and tried to pull the u- haul over and he led them on a chase. part of that pursuit was captured on video during the course of the chase when deputies discovered the u-haul was indeed stolen. the pursuit came to an end when the u-haul crashed into an suv at the intersection of stevens creek and wolf. the driver was able to crawl out of the window and another passenger was able to get out and they both had non-life- threatening injuries. an innocent bystander was involved. the 65-year-old driver of the suv that was struck by the
stolen u-haul complained of pain at the crash scene. according to deputies, he was not seriously injured. emergency crews and tow trucks towed both away from the intersection -- both vehicles away from the intersection this morning. the driver of the u- haul van will be booked into jail once released from the hospital. the 65-year-old driver of the suv that was struck by the suv had minor injuries. in cupertino, allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. a man shot and killed in arlington, texas. he was stopped for registration violation yesterday afternoon and the officer smelled marijuana and called for backup. the driver allegedly tried to roll up the window and speed off while the officer had his arm there.
>> the officer transitioned his right hand and discharged his firearm just driving -- striking what we believe to be the driver. at that point the suv hit the curb and the officer appears to have fallen off of the suv. he had slight injuries and was treated at the scene. >> reporter: the driver was struck by gunfire and taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. police have not said how many shots were fired and it's unknown if narcotics were found in the vehicle. a man allegedly shot his neighbor over a dispute involving the lawn. the 73-year-old shot at him because he doesn't like the way he cut his grass. kelly told officers that he was actually shooting at a snake in the grass.>> the police told him to not mow his lawn because it could cause him to snap.
i thought it was silly and that i need to be able to mow my lawn.>> he says that -- >> reporter: he said that his neighbor had threatened to kill him eight or knowing -- eight or nine times and he said he was lucky that he was not hurt during the shooting. this is video showing a funnel cloud near kalamazoo, michigan. look at how quickly it is moving. structural damage reported in the area and fortunately no injuries. teams are working to see if any tornadoes actually touched down . and heavy rain hitting wisconsin. residents are concerned about flooding that is hitting businesses and basements and they are concerned about more damage ahead. >> we are hoping it stays dry and a couple of hours we are checking to see if things are still working. >> reporter: residence in some areas are encouraged to keep sand lake -- sandbags in place while the rain moves through the state. the president is withholding
for the private farewell for senator john mccain who is being buried at the naval academy in maryland to be laid next to his best friend. his funeral service was yesterday at the national cathedral and the details were planned by the senator. and at his request, two former rivals gave eulogies. >> so much of our politics and our public life in our public discourse can seem small -- and our public discourse can seem small, mean and petty. it appears to be brave and tough , but in fact it is born of fear . >> we will remember him as he was, unwavering and un-damning and unequal. >> reporter: sarah palin and president trump were reportedly
not invited. and we have joel payne on the phone with more. welcome to the program. >> thank you for having me, it's good to be with you. >> there was a theme of bipartisanship and getting work done. what are your thoughts about the service itself? >> it was a throwback to a different time in politics and i think it is something that people have been wishful for, especially with the two years of donald trump in the white house. it was a welcome sight to see democrats and republicans sitting side by side and remembering an american icon. a real war hero and a genuine war hero, and calling back to what politics was all about. i think this was meticulously planned by senator mccain and his family. he wanted to make a message in
his own farewell and i think he was successful in doing that. >> reporter: and president obama said that john mccain said that we are actually on the same team. noticeably absent were president trump who is not invited. what you think the thick and thin of it is? supporters of trump said that he will do what he needs to do and people shouldn't worry about it. >> i think this is who donald trump is. you can't change stripes after 72 years. this is who he has always been. he is defiant and he is a fighter, both good and bad. i think that he did not want to put a disingenuous feeling out there that he and john mccain had a great relationship. frankly, i think he is a little insecure that someone like john mccain took the oxygen from all of the national media over the
last five or six days. i think someone like donald trump with that fragile ego and psyche that it impacted him and he didn't like how it felt. >> reporter: and megan mccain had a speech a lot like her father. it was impressive and filled with passion. he said, go out and show them how tough you are. she actually took a swipe, i guess you could say, at mr. trump saying that america doesn't need to be great again and that it's already great. what are your impressions of her?>> you know, look, she is such a public figure now and is on a national tv show. she is married to someone who works closely with national politics. i think that some of the mccain legacy will fall to her and i think she will try to carry on that spirit of maverick -- that
maverick spirit that john mccain stood for. certainly from the eulogy his daughter delivered yesterday that there is a lot of build up again. there is so much frustration with president trump and how he reacted this week. what you heard from megan mccain was the mccain family speaking through their anger and disappointment and reflecting what they think their vision of america and with john mccain's vision of america was. i think she said that eloquently. >> reporter: a lot of times it is about their controversial -- there can -- their contributions and service, but this funeral felt, as i was watching it, a lot of call to action in terms of what is next . in terms of saying, stand up and megan mccain said, don't sit there, get a mercia line filed that -- get emotional and fired up. what happens after
this that is going to be the impact of this moving forward? >> i think what is going to happen is that sometime later this evening that president trump will tweet something outrageous. unfortunately, as the media cycle moves on and the attention span of america moves on, we will go to something else. you would hope there would be a lasting impact from john mccain and his legacy that would carry through. this is a low watermark for president trump and i think there is a hunger for this type of nostalgia and feeling. you saw the national numbers that his disapproval rate was as high as anyone in the modern's era at almost 50%. >> reporter: with mccain being a republican and trump being a republican, how does it impact the party?>> in terms of the republican party, there is a branch that understands john mccain and there is a branch that understands that president
trump excites the base and is the standardbearer of the republican party. as strong as john mccain's legacy might be, it is hard to believe it would supersede that. for people who are nostalgic for that, you hope it comes to fruition. >> reporter: with what was spoken yesterday, that is apparent. i think that is the water cooler chatter after this, to be sure. we will see what lies ahead. i think john mccain wanted to make a point at his funeral and he certainly did. would you agree? >> i think he was successful at making his point. let's not forget that a family lost their father and leader and america lost a real patriot. i think as a -- politics aside, it is important to take a step back and remember his legacy of service. >> reporter: and as always, john mccain did it on his
terms. we appreciate your time this morning and your insight and thoughts as we look to a busy week with the hearings as well. >> and say hi from san diego for us -- to san diego for us. we don't have san diego weather here. we have a lot of fog, but i think it will be a nice weekend. i hope you enjoyed saturday and sunday. we will have a repeat and the fog is already clearing. the warmest day looks like it will be labor day monday. at east bay we have mostly clear skies at this point. we have clouds along the coastline and inside the bay. today will be warmer, but we won't lose the pattern of the fog and the onshore breeze keeping us cool and comfortable. then you go inland to the low 90s. yesterday it was near 90 and just a few days of warming
expected. as we get to monday, the temperatures will peak and then be back down tuesday, wednesday and thursday. here's a look at the cloud cover along the coastline. it is covered in gray and all the way from highway one -- 101 down the sausalito. we have some along the east bay shore. then it turns partly cloudy the farther south we go. at the inland communities, in the clear. mostly sunny outside for you there. temperaturewise it is similar to yesterday. 61 in walnut creek and 67 at san francisco right now. 58 at san jose. belmont at 58 and the inner east bay at 62 in antioch. 59 still at this hour or lafayette . if you go to see the a's play, one less game with the mariners and it will be at 78 at game time.
mostly clear skies and a nice day at the coliseum. if you are tailgating, you're looking good. upper 80s in the forecast for novato and 73 at south bay. mid-70s in san leandro and low 90s for areas over danville. 93 in pittsburg and 91 at concord . upper 80s at los gatos . if you are going to hang out by the water in santa cruise, upper 80s for you. 79 in the city of san francisco in upper 60s if you see the giants play. the temperatures will be warming slightly as we get back to work on monday. as we get to the holiday monday, temperatures will fall a little bit. all in all, not a lot of change. 70s around the bay and 60s at the coast. back to you. the time now is 8:51 and
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a violent road rage attack caught on camera. >> the suspect is seen attacking a greyhound bus and then running over the driver. it happened at this busy intersection just after 6:00. when the victims tried to stop the woman from leaving the scene, the confrontation turned violent. >> that is a federal crime.
are you kidding me? >> reporter: this dramatic cell phone video capturing the moments when a woman smashed in a greyhound window. the -- according to the police report, the woman sideswiped when passing the bus. the two women in the car were trying to stop the woman at a red light when the bus driver yelled out telling the woman she was a crazy driver and needed to get off the road. that's when the situation turned violent. the woman first grabbing a bat from her trunk and then hitting the bus before returning with a car jack. >> i could not believe that could happen. >> the greyhound bus driver stood in front of the woman's car to keep her from leaving as he called police. he refused to move and was hit by her car several times.
>> no. no. >> reporter: the woman deciding to drive off with him on the hood of her car. >> i hope she is apprehended. >> reporter: that was a crazy story and that was jaclyn kelly reporting. the suspect has been identified . 20-year-old mariana silver has been charged with assault with a deadly weapon and greyhound released a statement saying that they would cooperate with investigators. and football players for marjory stoneman douglas high school headed to georgia to compete in the freedom bowl and georgia. they took part in the inaugural bowl gain -- bowl game. it is the first one since a valentine's day school shooting when 17 lost their lives. and now speaking out. >> what he had to say after being jumped by two men on the train. we hear from him coming
good morning to you. taking a live look outside, it may be a nice day to get out on the water. >> maybe later, maybe it afternoon the water? [ laughter ]it's a three-day weekend, welcome to mornings on 2's , i'm claudine wong. will tell you about the weather with rosemary in a moment. first, some of the headlines. on this sunday, big police chase, they are chasing after a stolen car that led to that that involved multiple vehicles. we go to the scene and will have the latest information coming up. mollie tibbetts father speaking out in the new op-ed. >> what he had to say about using his daughter for political purposes. reaction for both sides of the aisle with senator john mccain service. >> we go over some of the
features that happened, we also talk about the brett kavanaugh hearing, and what has been done with executive privilege. there it is, rosemary is standing by with how the forecast is shaping up. temperatures come up just a few degrees for the afternoon. we start out with partly cloudy skies in the 50s at this hour, a live look over mount diablo where we have a little bit of haze. air quality light to moderate, santa rosa at 56. they started in the upper 40s this morning. a little chill there but you have caught up. san francisco 57, the inner east bay, upper 50s to low 60s as well. temperatures up by a few degrees in areas like oakland, concorde, and we are going to follow this trend into the afternoon, we are expecting a
little bit of warming. here is a little bit of the fog and cloud cover this morning along the coastline inside the bay. not as widespread as it has been in the marine layer has shrunk just as well. the onshore breeze is a little weaker, all the setting up to a warmer day. the cloud cover remains off over toward sonoma, partly cloudy mostly cloudy, napkin and towards vallejo. partly cloudy over the east bay shore, picking up on this, it is there. looks like we are still with a partly sunny mostly cloudy day over areas like san mateo. the onshore breeze, 10 miles per hour, very light and calm for the rest of us. we do not lose the seabreeze completely, nor the fog. even as we get into the second part of the morning in the early afternoon it wants to hug portions of the coast, pacifica, half moon bay, bringing partly cloudy skies into the afternoon. south beach is, down through n santa cruz, mostly sunny today along with the rest of us as we get into your sunday afternoon.
how about those numbers? low 60s expected through pacifica, upper 60s in san francisco, to upper 70s up from oakland down to hayward. low 90s for more vacations. antioch in livermore and concord. temperatures continuing to climb on monday. a little bit of warming, i will have a look at the extended forecast, coming up. the father of mollie tibbetts is questioning the use of his daughter's death for political purposes. the iowa college students body was found in a cornfield a month after she was reported missing. the man charged with her killing is an undocumented immigrant from mexico. yesterday, mollie tibbetts father wrote an op-ed piece directed at politicians and he wrote in part do not appropriate mollie tibbetts so and what she would believe is profoundly -- with what is what she would believe to be profoundly racist. another op-ed blames democrats for her death. also knew, a police chase in the south bay ends in a
crash of a u-haul band -- u- haul van reported stolen. we go live where two people committed an earlier crime. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, this all started around 4:00 this morning. that is when sheriff's deputies responded to a call about a commercial burglary alarm going off in the shopping center and it was coming from this game stop off at stevens creek boulevard. i spoke to the manager instead of the story short time ago off camera. he said based on the surveillance video he viewed, he sees two men and a woman using crowbars to break off a lock outside of the shop. they went inside and according to the manager, the thieves used large trash bags at a three by five foot been on wheels to steal games and electronics off the shelves.
when deputies arrived, the thieves were already driving away. the deputies try to pull the u- haul over and that is when the driver of the u-haul led them on a chase. part of the chase was captured on video during the chase, they discovered the vehicle was stolen. the u-haul ended up crashing into another suv at the intersection. the driver of the stolen van was able to climb up the driver side window. another passenger inside was also able to get out, they both have non-life-threatening injuries. we have a question into deputies about the woman, the third suspect seen in the surveillance video according to the manager. we do not know what happened to her. there was an innocent bystander involved in all of this. police say 65 driving an suv was struck by the u-haul in the collision. the man complained about having pain at the crash scene, one of the deputies was also injured but not seriously injured.
the driver and the passenger in the u-haul will be booked into santa clara county jail once they are released from the hospital. once again, a man mysteriously injured in all this and the manager at the game stop was not able to talk to us on camera. and we could not see the surveillance video ourselves. he says at this point he is going through the inventory and trying to see how much was stolen in this early-morning theft that led to this police chase and the crash we showed you. we are here for the man who said he was assaulted on a muni train for playing his music too loud. you may have seen this cellphone video of the incident. a 21-year-old said he was listening to music listing to a portable amazon prime speaker went two men tried to throw him off the train for playing his music too loudly. >> if you had a problem, you
should approach me different way. he literally, first reaction he had to be speaking, was to grad me -- grab me and pin me down, another gentleman pinned me down. they for my skateboard off the train. >> muni said the light rail knew about the incident but drivers are encouraged to first contact the control room to contact police. the u.s. call for sanctions is said to be unwarranted after a group of lawmakers said the u.s. needed to take steps against beijing for violating the human rights of chinese muslims. marco rubio and chris smith leading the coalition. they wrote a letter to the u.s. department of state and the treasury saying muslims and chinaãmuslims in china are being subjected to torture as well as restrictions on the religious practices.
>> we are asking china the number of people, the human conditions on the basis for the detention, and the legality of the detention and if they have lawyers. >> the cases the u.s. seems to be concerned about are not human rights violations but are affecting tariffs. some groups have carried out groups attacks for years. >> a head-on collision between two boats on the colorado river yesterday. the boats were on the river is a pass through the regional park. about 100 miles south of las vegas in san bernardino county. one person was taken to the vegas hospital with critical injuries. 12 other people were also hurt, they're all expected to survive. this is new video from a
boating accident that happened earlier this summer. it shows how quickly fun on the water can turn into an emergency. the family was on folsom lake enjoying the day, she was shooting video of her family when and out-of-control jet ski rammed into their boat. >> our boys were sitting in the front of the boat. thank god. it was a matter of now we have to quickly get this boat off the water without taking on any more water than we already were. >> fortune was hurt but the boat was badly damaged and the jet ski are did not have insurance. state park officials -- the man of the jet ski did not have insurance. state park officials are warning people to abide by speed limits and make sure you wear lifejackets. a torn acl on the very final play of practice yesterday. he is likely to be out the season before it even gets started. the 49ers just signed mckinnon
to a $40 million deal, he was expected to be a starter. now it is likely albert morris will take over as the star running back -- starting running back. another holdout for the off- season and preseason activities which he wanted a new long-term deal. mac has developed into quite elites pass rusher. could have been a raider centerpiece. but he couldn't or wouldn't pay them the $20 million plus he was asking, so he is off to chicago in exchange for two first-round draft picks. guaranteed $90 million for the new 60 deal with incentives that could reach $141 million. that will make him the highest- paid potential player in nfl history. some of his former teammates reacting, derek carr says no way, bruce irvin said no curse word way, and other comments we
good morning to you, happy sunday funday. clouds still lingering over the area. we continue to watch as it moves out. we are looking at sunshine away from the coastline temperatures warming up just a bit. i will have a look at more coming up. berkeley giving -- berkeley police giving officers more ways to help fight the opioid crisis. narcan is used to reverse the effect of a heroin or opioid overdoses. several other agencies say narcan reduces the number of deadly overdoses. both for drug users and officers who have been accidentally exposed to the drugs. berkeley police say the officers are currently receiving narcan training and are
expected to start caring it soon. a santa rosa police officer says he was just doing his job that he responded to a homeless woman who said she needed help. now the officer says the woman had given his family a priceless gift ergo -- priceless gift. >> reporter: six months old and fresh from her adoption pairing and now part of the family. surrounded by loved ones, including three sisters. would you like her to be your sister? what did you say? >> yes. absolutely yes. >> reporter: how three daughters became four daughters was absolutely unexpected. on valentine's day, a call out of the blue, her mother requesting the couple take her baby. >> are you asking us to keep her forever? she was saying i wanted to have her forever. >> reporter: at four : days old -- four days old she went out
with them, after long talks with the birth mother. >> i said i want her to grow up in a home that is loving and kind and she had met both of us. >> reporter: she was drug addicted and came to know him while he was on patrol near the mall. >> i knew there was something police could do for me. >> she made a lot of attempts -- she said she knew there was something police could do for her. she made a lot of attempts. she put my hand on her belly and i got to feel her. i just knew it would be our daughter. >> reporter: there were hints, gave him her ultrasound image but never adoption plan. >> she loved her daughter enough to give her a family. we are so honored to be the family. >> early on she came over early obstacles for drug exposure but she is fine now. she is enthralled with her big sisters and a happy, easy baby who fits seamlessly into the brood. [
applause ]from now on, valentine's day will be the day carlo came -- harlow came. >> if people can see this, they can think that is great, maybe i can do that too. >> a lot of ladies in that house officer,[ laughter ] . people are tailgating already, a great weather day at the coliseum. let's hope they win today because i was there last night and it was kind of a tough loss. we have warmer weather the forecast today. i'll have a look at the a's forecast.
coming up. a lot of 70s and 80s around the bay and the coastline, low 60s in areas like pacifica, low 70s expected for santa cruz. low clouds still hugging the coastline, partly cloudy to mostly clear as we get into the afternoon for our coast, the rest of us, a lot of sunshine expected, already inspecting to see the clouds about some and as we get to the next hour or so, still a little gray over areas of the east bay. hercules still covered in its, the further south you go, partly cloudy skies into the south bay as well as the inner east bay, partly sunny for your morning as well. low 60s in oakland and livermore. most of us started in the low 50 so we are starting to see temperatures warm just. for the inner east bay, 74 degrees, already reported in one neighborhood in antioch. here is a look at your a's forecast, time is one : five --
1:05, a nice day if you are going out early tailgating. 87 in petaluma, if you're going to be out and about, maybe do winetasting in the middle to upper 80s, sonoma, napa, it will be beautiful there. if you like the water, 73 in sausalito, nice and for you there, 75 the accident high in oakland, low 90s expected for -- 75 the actual high in oakland, low 90s expected for san mateo, we have good weather for you watching the giants game as well. damages due to warmest we get to your holiday monday. actually we begin to see a trend downward as we move through tuesday, wednesday, thursday, although it is a minor one. low 90s in the forecast, upper
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this morning there will be an effort to help feed the homeless, one slice of pizza at a time. there is a plan to feed hundreds of people at the east bay homeless encampment in oakland. we are joined this morning by the organization involved, good morning. i love this story. with this judgment that will make these pizzas and feed people, how did this all come about? >> reporter: -- >> we were contacted by mark because he is a newcomer from the east coast. he has a love for pizza and he wanted to do something to illustrate inclusion and love to the homeless community.
so, he contacted us. what we do is empower average residents, newcomers, natives, to get involved and to create away they can specifically impact their community. >> i know he is known as the pizza man now. he lives in san francisco but he lived in berkeley so he has his connection to the east bay. can you talk about what that area you'll be serving today really means and why he is coming to that particular spot? >> well, we decided to continue with the support that we had already been doing with the particular homeless cabin over the last year or so. this particular homeless encampment are a group of activists and artists, but more portly, they are builders.
-- more importantly, they are builders. we donated money 100% to their organizations. so they were able to build tiny homes. we thought it was a great opportunity to introduce into the community we had already built trust with. the goal is to empower residents to be able to help and not harm. that comes with a level of education and information asking the population you want to serve what helps them. because you can harm people offering them food sometimes when you do not know what you are doing. >> it is remarkable really to see. i think the people who give get as much as those that receive. the varieties look delicious, all the best, thanks for joining us. >> thank you so much.
>> think the event starts at 11:00 this morning. thank you. the pizza man. very good. the time now is 9:23. according to the chronicle, the system will track homeless people in the city to get information about their health and services they have used in the past. it would be logged into a system. it would be used to give counselors and a program manager a better idea the specific needs of each individual person. the reports of the goal is to register 2000 homeless people by the end of october. was a busy day for shoppers at the san francisco outlets in livermore. livermore police had more drivers -- have more drivers, there were heavy traffic delays yesterday due to holiday shoppers. it is weird to say holiday shoppers, it has me thinking about christmas already.
the parking lot is more than three miles away from the shopping center. to the traffic cones, lanes are blocked off, traffic officials try to control the large amounts people. i have been there when it is packed, it takes a long time to get them. dozens of people flocked to jack london square for the taste of oakland event. there was art and food vendors, you can get ribs and french fries and there is a margarita bar, there is a margarita, i have to wait for that. expected rosemary just wave? >> it's like where did you go? they wanted to celebrate oakland culture and innovation. >> you had her with margarita bar. a popular mountain destination now has a really cool roller coaster built right into the mountainside, 4000 feet of track winds up and down with nine switchbacks and at one point, there is a 300 foot
vertical drop which operator say is the largest drop in the west. it is already getting rave reviews from the first writers in the resort says the coaster will be open nearly all year long because -- the first people that wrote it -- rode it say the coaster --. the cars go to 25 miles per hour. that's too fast, there are levers you can push to slow down your role. mountain coaster will be open for the middle of next month and then it will reopen when ski season starts which is expected, snow willing, sometime in november. >> i'm looking it up right now online because i know heavenly also has the ridge writer mountain coasters.
i don't know what the comparison is. it sounds to me like we have to do some research and write the coast and then had to colorado. >> i did a story on the family in the east bay, that built one in his backyard. >> that will be coming up in the next week, that was fun to do. help with transportation, it can be tricky to navigate during the holiday weekend. stay right there.
a little christopher cross, a little sailboat, a beautiful day. i want to meet the people in of those boats, we need to have a brunch date with them. >> [ laughter ]we are like hey, we are coming. , be ready. >> welcome back everybody, happy sunday. i hope you are enjoying this holiday weekend. good morning to you, i'm claudine wong. pretty on the water today.
>> folks are on the go, when you have sunshine, you want to move. a little bit of fog, we have sunshine beginning to burn through. san francisco at 57 degrees, santa rosa in the clear at 56, here is a view with contractor to -- storm tracker to -- storm tracker two. giving you a view of the north bay. it is fitting out we have a bit of haze out there. sonoma looks like you are in the clear as we head to the east bay, partly cloudy skies, they continue for the next hour or so we're already beginning to see things that out and a lot of sunshine is expected for the afternoon. and onshore breeze still with us, 10 miles per hour, calm, a light breeze for most of us this morning. the onshore breeze will be with us for the afternoon if you're going to see the giants play at at&t park, expect 15-20 miles
per hour or so winds, little breezy there. 75 in oakland if you're going to see the a's play. low 80s in san jose, low 90s for the hotter locations like brentwood and livermore. the north bay, if you're out and about here, gorgeous, 86 the afternoon high for your day. we have temperatures continuing to climb as we get into your holiday monday. that is about where they stop. we have a look at the numbers for you and the cooldown to follow, coming up. the father of mollie tibbetts questioning the use of his daughter's death for clinical purposes. her body was found last month in a cornfield a month after she was reported missing. the man charged with killing her is an undocumented immigrant from mexico. yesterday, mollie tibbetts father wrote an op-ed piece directed at politicians. he wrote in part, not appropriate her soul with things she would believe are profoundly racist.
donald trump junior wrote an op- ed piece laming -- blaming democrats for her death. a crash at the busy intersection of wolf road and stevens creek boulevard. we go live to the shopping center where investigators were first called and where the chase actually started. >> reporter: it started around 4:00 this morning. santa clara county sheriff's deputies were called to a commercial burglary, taking place at this game stop behind me in a sage way. i had a chance to speak with the manager of the game stop. he said two men and women -- and a woman used crowbars to break off the lock. surveillance video shows the thieves using large trash bags and a three by four foot been on wheels to cart it into the store and steal hundreds of games and electronics off the shelves. in santa clara county sheriff's deputies arrived, they were
pulling away, when the driver did not stop, he led them on a chase. part of the chase captured on video, you can see and hear during the course of the pursuit, deputies discover the u-haul was in fact stolen and the pursuit came to an end when the u-haul crashed into another suv at the intersection of stevens creek and wolf. the driver of the stolen that was able to climb out of the driver side vent window and another passenger in the van was able to get out. they both have non-life- threatening injuries. we currently don't have any information from deputies about the third possible suspect, the woman seen in the surveillance video according to the manager. but an innocent bystander was involved, he said he was hit by the stolen van. he complained of pain at the crash scene, luckily he was also not seriously injured according to police. both vehicles were towed away from the intersection and the sheriff's office said the driver and passenger and the
suspect involved in this will be booked into jail want their release from the hospital for those non-life-threatening injuries. the meantime, the manager of this game stop says he is inside trying to do a check of inventory. they do not yet know how much inventory how to games and electronics were stolen. a heads up for travel over the long holiday weekend, trains will not be running from west oakland at the lake merritt and 19th street stations as they do track maintenance. work is being done over the weekend. several buses will run instead. the train closures last through late tonight. the goal is to make the ride a little safer, quieter, and smoother. they are also running a modified sunday schedule for the holiday tomorrow. caltrain will be operating on a sunday schedule for tomorrow's holiday. train service will not operate south of the station tomorrow,
you can take a shuttle bus between those stations. the last train out of san francisco is tomorrow night at 9:15 p.m. they will run less regally tomorrow with service not going on routes that do not usually run on a sunday or routes that go to school. a health study, fire crews specializing in putting out wildfires is expanding. last year, nine firefighters were monitored for fatigue throughout the fire season. electronic devices showed reaction times slowing the longer they remain on a fire before getting a break. they also show firefighters needed more recovery time during the letter part of the fire season. it also showed crews lost muscle mass. this year the study has doubled in size and includes smoke jumpers, the ones the parachute from plains to fight flames below. investigators hope to find out if the -- if there are things
that contribute to the jumpers or if sleep deprivation affects them. in july, 70% plug into land- based electrical power while docked to a port according to officials. this marks the highest plug in rate in oakland who has been pushing for plugs since 2000ã 2012. they recommend they have at least 70% plug-ins. the reason for the uptick in wages is a type labor -- tight labor force. workers are paid as much as $30 an hour during the harvest season. other great growers a federal program to employ seasonal workers from mexico. the new normal for the wine and
grape industry where an estimated 5200 full-time in 2600 seasonal employees on the west coast work through the month of november to harvest crops valued at $570 million. this morning, and airport on camera showing a blast which was a result of electrical failure. earlier in the morning it was reported the blasts were caused by a possible is really missile. they have since rejected the claim. the friday stabbing of two at a resort is said to possibly be terrorism related. he has been identified as an afghan living in germany. police are still questioning him and he is expected to appear in court tomorrow. the two american stabbing victim's names have not been released but they are expected to survive. human rights groups are celebrating after a man who
spent nearly a year and a half behind bars has been released. he was born in mexico and came to the country 24 years ago. he did get into legal trouble and is a convicted felon. some of the most recent charges against him were dismissed and he says federal agents took him into custody as he walked to the courthouse. >> ice grabbed me right there to go home. i have 70 waiting for me outside. >> there are a lot of families and kids going through the same things i did. it is not fair. no deserves a. >> supporters raised 80,000ã no deserves it. supporters raised $80,000. while they're grateful to be together again, they pray for others who have been detained and -- at the other facilities across the united states. football players from
marjory stoneman douglas high school are heading to georgia this weekend to compete in the freedom ball. teams from across the country and canada took part in the inaugural ball game. this is the teams first season since the valentine's day school shooting in which 17 people lost their lives. coming up, it will all be centered on the supreme court decision this week. . n:3:3:3
i have the details, coming up. a lot happening in washington, the final farewell for john mccain, that happens today after the emotional public service we watched yesterday. a lot of the attention turning to the per capita proceedings this upcoming week. president trump signing executive privilege to withhold 100,000 pages ahead of the scheduled hearings. we go now to the newsroom for more on that. just your reaction out of the gate, is this unheard-of? or has this been done before? >> the withholding of certain documents depending on what position a person held before, say in this case attempted to obtain the high court. 100,000 pages is a lot of data and material. >> chuck schumer was tweeting a lot about this, he is not happy about it. it is said to be an executive
privilege and that is why they are saying this is a big deal. in terms of privacy and protecting, do see anything changing? chuck schumer can be very angry, but is there anything democrats can do about it? >> not really. the president is holding some of these documents back. again, hundred thousand is a lot of documents. the same time, many of these documents contain brett kavanaugh and his opinions written for a president. president bush. to help the president, the then president understand who he is dealing with, it could be very personal memos, very candid assessments of people that could prove to be accountable. i think that is what some -- that is some of what is being withheld. i do think at the end of the
day he gets approved i think the process will go on for as long as democrats who sit on the judiciary committee can hold them up. the whole idea is to try to get to the midterms and at the same time, the republican district republicans control the senate and control the schedule. >> they do. since the beginning ever since he was named, that was the issue, is there anything that can be done? do you see anything, is there anything that could possibly happen that could delay it through november? or is this, a done deal? >> if something were to arise during the hearings, and bear in mind, when these people are being grilled, they have a game plan too. the game plan is to not stub their toes as it were, i am mixing metaphors. the bottom line is he does not stumble, that it goes a long. than he will have to accept
hard questioning by certain members. if he is practiced which i'm sure he has been doing, he should be okay here. >> before we let you go brian, can we just get your thoughts on the service for john mccain? i'm curious what you thought of meghan mccain's a speech, pretty fiery. i think dear old dad would have been mighty proud of her. she took a couple veiled swipes at the trump administration. >> for 20 say the service yes it was very moving. john mccain was a presence in washington dc over the years in my time in washington dc. i saw him many times. i actually testified before one of his committees. he was a gentleman through and through. he can also be cantankerous and fiery. his daughter megan showed a little that yesterday. you know, he provided 60 years of service to this country. i do not think he wanted to dwell on a couple of years with the current president to be honest with you. even though megan mccain made a
passing reference to the president, mainly her talk was quite beautifully written about her father and his legacy. >> they did, you know, i think you are right in terms of this, you talk about him as a father in the great slovenly marriage of her father and her mother. but, i also, you know, there seems to be a string that ties them all to looking ahead. maybe not all obviously in the spirit of john mccain, a call to action, did you sense there was a call of action to get involved? speak your mind? standup? but absolutely. more than that, it was speaker after speaker talking about the need for bipartisanship and cooperation washington dc. you see these events and hope everybody goes back and contemplates what they heard. that i do not want to see you see behavioral changes, but you want people to appreciate the great republic of ours that melds ideas together and you do
not question somebody's motives , you question the policy or how they arrived at a policy, but not the person. that is what i think many people talked about yesterday about john mccain. >> is there another john mccain in congress or in the senate? >> he had a unique background. there is not anybody quite like john mccain, i think it was made clear yesterday as well. the senate contains lots of people who work very hard and to cross the aisle and try to do what is best for this country and we have to applaud that. on the other side of the, we see people being problematic we say let's get together and try to do something for the people. >> still a very divisive time right now in our country. do you think at this point when you see people kind of coming together, is there an effect on this for the president? he was
noticeably absent, he went golfing, he was tweeting during the ceremony or service about a lot of other issues, to see it having an impact? they did not get along apparently. >> if you -- you can see the bipartisan nature of the eulogies if you watch -- if he can see the bipartisan nature of the eulogies if he watches, i hope he does. if they do well, the american people do well. >> a lot of people talking about it today as well. always a pleasure to have you with us. >> my pleasure. the time now is 9:49, i cannot believe the morning has moved along as it has. >> she is on the move. >> we are going to continue
with this pattern temperatures are ticking upward as we get to the bay area sunday, monday looks like it will be the warmest day and hopefully it is a holiday. along the west facing beaches, it will be hit or miss, currently cloudy in the afternoons at times, partly sunny, if you're thinking of heading to the north bay or if you are heading south towards areas like santa cruz, plenty of sunshine for you there in the afternoon, around the bay, very comfortable weather, 70s and 80s for the inland communities, a little hotter, all the way to monterey, we are beginning to see clouds retreats. a little inside the bay, still there, but the north bay seeing sunshineãmaxi clouds retreat. a little inside the bay, still there, but the north bay is seeing sunshine. the wind has been relatively light, calm conditions reported at sfo. temperatures already
beginning to warm up, especially with the sun shining in areas like concord, 65 degrees in concord, we have 62 in san francisco, low 60s and nevada and the south bay, 62 outside your door in san jose. on the peninsula we started in the 50s and now we are in 60s in belmont, for the inner east bay, a mild one already, pittsburgh and antioch upper 60s to low 70s for you there. you're going to the is game it will be nice at the coliseum thomas 73 degrees at the gametime and the afternoon high about 75 for oakland, bring the sunblock it will be just great. 89 degrees for nevada, by the water in alameda, low 70s for you there. 92 in danville, upper 80s -- 83 in san jose, a little cool for pacifica and have to obey him a
partly sunny skies and temperatures in the low to middle 60s -- for pacifica and half moon bay, parleys sunny sky and temperatures in the low to middle 60s, back to you. a call to bring a free dinner program back to oakland students. by the school district is voting to eliminate the hot meals and afternoon programs we come back.
to úwe mentioned there is a new attraction it colorado's most -- one of colorado's most popular destinations, you can ski or go down there brand-new roller coaster, 4000 feet of track. it winds up and down the hills with nine switchbacks. at one point, a 300 foot vertical drop. operator say it is the largest drop here out west. it is already getting rave reviews and the result says it will be open nearly all year long. closer to home, the coaster in california, enjoy the coaster plenty of snow on the grounds you don't have to go all the way to colorado. or you can do both.
some parents are calling for the high school district to bring back a free dinner program. the school board voted in june to elevate hot meals for children and afterschool programs in an effort to save money. about 3000 students in the district get free dinners. the program is said to save the school over $1 million a year. but the decision to cut the program did catch some parents by surprise, the school district says it is open to working on solutions to bring back the program, but will have to consider the impacts on the budget. onto baseball, oakland needs to get there motor running again, they won for the last six games although they nearly pulled out with the mariners but lost 8-7. not a lot of help on this play, he can't get a handle on this. that will find some turf. loaded up, he says come on home, unload, 8-7, ninth-inning, a swing and a miss. 18-8 -- 18 strikeouts for the
a's last night. you play the mariners again, the final score 8-7. -- they will host the mariners again, this final score, 8-7. does this get in? no sir, the slide and catch, that was enough. the mets beat the giants, 2-1. let's go over to rosemary for the last check the weather. >> straight weather for ballgames, if you're going to be out and about, nice temperatures, especially in and around the bay area where we are looking at 70s and 80s, if you go inland, it's a bit warm. low 90s expected for hotter locations. at the coastline, 60s for areas like pacifica and half moon bay. editors will climb just a little more as we get into your holiday on monday and then we cool it down some as we get
into the days ahead, no, not a lot of change going on up there, hopefully you are enjoying it, back to you. i am enjoying it. [ laughter ]you bark -- bob into our current today, wish him happy birthday, guess holding is? but i know. >> 67! >> happy birthday. >> i had to throw that out there, for what it is worth. we leave you with this view of our hills this morning on this sunday in enjoying your day everyone. -- on this sunday, enjoy your day, everyone.
>> chris: i'm chris wallace. the president's supreme court nominee heads for grilling on capitol hill as the nation says goodbye to a hero. ♪ >> he was honorable, always recognizing that his opponents were still patriots and human beings. >> what better way to give a last laugh than to make george and i say nice things about them to a national audience? >> chris: we remember the life and legacy of john mccain as the nation bids him a final farewell. then, confirmation hearings this week for judge brett kavanaugh. we will discuss his credentials and how democrats plan to go after him with two members of the senate judiciary committee, republican lindsey graham and democrat