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good morning t is saturday, september 22nd. i'm claudine wong. >> i'm frank mallicoat. firefighters on the scene of this house fire. >> police tell us it -- the firefighters tell us it happened at a commercial structure. lee martinez is at the scene. a deadline for professor christine blasey ford has come and gone. she was given more time to testify before a senate panel. >> more on what it means for
the judge brett kavanaugh confirmation vote next week. today is the first day of fall. >> it is the first day of fall. >> it has felt summer the last couple of days. yes. we have a few days of summer as we move to the equinox at 6:54 later today. clouds to start the day and the temperatures in similar spots and 54 degrees right now in san francisco. low 50s to start your day and 54 in livermore and 59 in san jose. this is a look at the temperature change. you can see it is a tad cooler in hayward and tad warmer in nevada.
we got a lot of cloud cover out there. take a look. from the coast around the bay and inland, it has stretched all the way to the inner east bay so areas like livermore and concord waking up partly cloudy and mostly cloudy into the south bay. it is going to peel back and we'll be mostly sun in a way from the coastline. but the temperatures are coming down. by 9:00, 10:00, expect to pull back. it will be partly sunny and mostly crowd i didn't think -- cloudy the entire day. the temperatures expected today, 56 in pacifica and 67 in san francisco and low to mid- 70s in oakland and hayward. many areas dropped off dramatically yesterday. we'll continue the trend as we get into the afternoon with the inland areas. upper 80s to livermore and low 80s expected. the cooldown continued for the
back end of your weekend. then the temperatures will be back up. i'll show you that in the extended forecast coming up. we have breaking news. contra costa county firefighters are investigating an early morning fire. leigh martinez is there now. >> reporter: a family of four that included two young children, they were home and asleep in the upstairs unit. but fortunately, they all made it out okay. unfortunately, they will not be able to go back home tonight because of the damage to their home here. the firefighters were called out at 5:28 a.m. to a commercial structure fire. a multi-unit apartment building had the fire spreading quickly. it started from an ac unit from the back room and quickly consumed the room. the adults reported to smoke
and fire. the fire crew has arrived. and surrounding the units had to be evacuated. they did have the fire knocked down in 20 minutes. back out here live, we can see that the fire crews are wrapping up. they are in the mopup mode right now. the damage is so severe to the upper unit, that the family will not be able to go back tonight. the red cross will help them with the temporary shelter. senate judiciary chairman chuck grassily agreed late friday night to allow the woman that is accusing judge brett kavanaugh of sexual assault more time when to testify before the congress. senate republicans said yesterday was the deadline for dr. ford to decide. but chairman chuck grassily gave her and extension. he wants to hear professor christine blasey ford's testimony. he said with all the extensions
that we gave dr. ford to testify, i feel like i'm playing a second trombone in a judiciary orchestra and assumer is senator schumer is the director. >> reporter: they are deciding when and how to conduct hearing into sexual assault allegations. the chair agreed to her requested for security but denied allowing witnesses. big sticking points remain. she was want to test thursday and republicans said wednesday. the republicans want a female attorney to question ford. republicans say that ford should go first. >> first that is bringing the claim is usually the one that goes first. >> reporter: attorney barbara bryant said that each side has
valid points. she said that sexual assault victims often might have difficulty repping the details, -- remembering the details to dig into the truth without witnesses and other evidence. >> i think it is important -- if someone cannot remember a certain fact to jump to the conclusion that they are making it all up then. >> reporter: president trump said i have no doubt that the attack was as bad as she said, charges would have been immediately filed with the local law enforcement authorities. >> crime sexual assault is one of the most underreported crimes in our country. so the president's statement was wrong. and i very much wish that he had no comment at all. >> reporter: the assistant director of berkley said that the republicans are pushing for a vote soon to get it done before the mid-term elections. >> they want to get this over
quickly. they know the chances of letting this go on and on, the chances of him getting nominated may not happen. >> hash tag why i didn't report on twitter. survivors said movements like me too can help lead to real change. but it will take time. and some women will if he ever feel comfortable speaking out. >> i think it is empowering that people are coming forward in the way they are. i feel a little bit cynical i think it is necessarily going to change things overnight. >> in the meantime, people are writing letters of support to ford and planning solidarity
vigils. there is one tomorrow night. attorney general rosenstine is denying a report that suggests that he secretly recorded president trump. there was a report that he complicated secretly recording the president in an effort to prove his unfitness for the office and discuss recruiting. this reportedly happened last year after president trump fired the fbi director james comey. in a statement rosenstine calls the report, quite, inaccurate and factually incorrect. berkley are looking for information that this man could be the serial rapist. roy charles waller is accused of a series of rapes from 1991
to 2004. investigators linked the cases through dna. but till now they were unable to match them to a suspect. like in the golden gate skiller case. they got a break it a genealogy company. they entered the dna in a free genealogy website and got a hit. >> for over 27 years, the individual that came to be known as the north cal rapist victimized at least ten women in northern california. >> what i want to share with the world is that the real life boggy man showed up to my house. and i still have a joyful life.
it affected my family, friends and me. but overall, i have a good life. she has worked the environmental and safety office in 1992. the school said that he is on leave. he will be arraigned monday on 12 felony accounts of sexual assault. no word if and when the bay area prosecutors will also file charges against him. the catholic diocese of san jose is holding its first listening session. the diocese said it would launch an independent investigation. they plan to release the names of every crease facing a credible accusation of sexual assault. the listening session is at 10:00. then october 2nd, another session will be held at the most holy trinity parish in san
jose. and then a meeting at 3:00 on october 17th. 16 years in the making and 800 million-dollar later, the biggest dam in the bay area is finally finished. >> why construction the reservoir tack a little longer than -- took a little longer than expected. >> a teenager is behind bars after someone said that he was able to rape a jogger in the park. coming up next, how the victim was able to fight him off.
trend for the first week of fall. we'll have the details coming up. that's right. it is the first day of fall. and you get a chance to enjoy the great outdoors too. today is national land day admission fees are waived at public parks and forests and woods. this is the 25th year of the public lands day held on the fourth saturday in september. national park service said it celebrates the connection between the people and the green space in our community. as part of the public lands day, a clean up is am held at being held. and volunteers are asked to meet at the mitchell canyon staging and they will spread out the different areas of the park before returning for a group lunch. also happening today,
several protests are planned outside the wells fargo bay area. they say they helped to fund immigration center and projects like the excel pipeline. they are going to try to convince foam close their accounts. there are demonstrations planned in several areas. in contra costa county, two high school football players were hospitalized overnight with what 1 being described as traumatic injuries. the players hurt their heads during a game last night at heritage high of the brentwood. and the other player suffered a back injury at freedom high school in oakley. the chief tells the east bay times that both players rushed to the medical center in walnut creek. neither of their names or conditions are being released at this time. and the chief ted is very rare to have -- said it is very rare to have two high school
players injured on the same night. the law that could have helped bully students was vetoed. it would allow the students to be transferred to other districts t was to help advantaged students like foster children that have experienced homelessness. a woman was attacked while jogging in a park and now her attacker was charged with attempted ape it happened on monday. -- rape. it happened on monday. he grabbed her from behind and pulled her into the pushes and pulled down here pants. >> she did fight back and screaming she was going to kill him and was able to call the police in eventually made the arrest. >> it was risky. but i don't second it guess at all. the man did not have a weapon. if he would have had a knife or
gun, thing that would have been a step not to take. >> he is he can held in jail on $150,000 bail. death toll for hurricane florence now stands at 44. one elderly man was found in a submerged pickup truck in south carolina. 3,000 people living along lynches river have been ordered to evacuate. it could reach record flood levels late today or tomorrow. south carolina governor said that the preliminary estimate at $1.2 billion. instruction in north carolina is far worse. the governor said that the damage that is in the billions. -- the damage there is in the billions. floodwaters breached a bam in wilmington, north carolina and now there is a threat of toxic coal ash to fear into the river. they say it was a possibility that the ash was escaping from
the facility and into the river. they are moving large stones in place to plug in holes. 60,000 homes and business are still without power in north carolina and many communities are still flooded. it could take weeks before the electricity is restored. they make 5,000 rescued since florence sit. we had a warm week. but the fog is back. the fog is making a big return in a big way. >> that is a beautiful shot there. you can see the low clouds and blue sky and sunshine we'll get to the sunshine evaluately the clouds are fairly widespread. the temperatures begin to cool off. they will continue as we get into your bay area weekend. a lot of 60s in the bay. upper 80s to near 90 that is a cooldown from yesterday. here's a view of the system that is bring us the call down and bring a little bit of rain
to the pacific northwest. you can see washington and oregon getting a little bit of this northern california may be clipped up at some point. but for us it is just the cooldown as we head into the first weekend of fall this is fairly widespread around the bay, the coastline and well inland to the inner east bay and areas like livermore and concord and brentwood. it will burn off in the next couple hours 52 in santa rosa. 57 in belmont and 57 in menlow park. in the afternoon, a very nice day. along the coastline, it will be a little cool with the inland communities and much needed relief as the temperatures warm into the low 80s and the east day, 71 degrees expected for
richmond. oakland 72. upper 80s in danville. and that will be one of the warmer spots. 80 in san jose. a mild 72 in saint that crews with partly cloudy -- santa cruz, 72. half moon bay, mostly cloudy for the entire day. this is the extended as we get into lake tahoe. very ville in the over -- chilly in the overnight hours. and then gusty conditions today and tomorrow. here at home, we're looking at a nice forecast. the temperatures cooler for the back end of the weekend. low to mid- 60s expect add along the coastline and we'll go low 70s along the bay and low to mid- 80s for the inland communities. but it doesn't really last by monday.
the temperatures are back up. and tuesday, mid-to upper 90s for the inland communities. so a hot round coming our way. 70s expected on the coast so gorgeous beach weather coming our way as well. >> so much for fall. it is getting hot again. if you are taking bart between the east bay and san francisco this weekend, you'll need to give yourself a little extra travel time. >> might want to do that. in 25 minutes, what you need to know about the closures and how long they will last. hundreds of people are biking for a good cause today. what they are raising money for this ride.
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we're tide in the 10th at sixth t is time for mr. davis. >> he is doing better. go baby go. >> that is your ball game that is the 45th. the a's win. something special going on there. giants at st. louis. this is the first and then a line single storing a run. died up 3-3. they will spoil it and the opposite way done to the baseline. and the giants lose 5-3. that seals the giants second straight. stanford is ranked fifth in the country. today's game starts at 5:00 p.m. carolina has the week off.
sanity time is 7:25. ebay is increasing their security at their headquarters. they will have security fencing around the hamilton avenue complex. it will be 7 feet high and could cloud the court kwr5rd as well. and they say if all of that added security is to in any particular threat, they said no. they want it to be finished sometime early next year. the attack on a military parade leaves at least 24 people dead.>> who iran's prime minister is blaming for those people's deaths. >> reporter: an apartment fire
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and foreigner. >> so many favorite songs. this is like one of their favorites. so this morning, i think we'll find the songs that you love. >> absolutely. >> hey def leopard is more popular. they told more record than led zeplin this is the first time in 38 years since their first concert in san francisco. the fog rolled in. and the final day of san francisco, we're getting cloudy and cool.
54 in san francisco. the cooling trend will continue for our first weekend of fall. but the temperatures are back up eventually. we're on that in just a bit. let's talk about your saturday. 52 in santa rose have. this is the golden gate bridge where half of it aswollen up by the fog. 24 hour temperature change, warmer santa rosa. we're covered in the overcast skies. we have an onshore breeze at napa reporting at five. we're beginning to clear from the inner east bay and the coastline, it is going to stick around through the morning
hours. there is a look at that widespread out there. you see the areas like oregon and washington getting to see this is more fall pattern in place before the temperatures begin to turn around once again this is a view of what to expect in the second half of the morning. we're mostly cloudy along the coastline. and that is not going to change for the west facing beaches, i think beaches. contra costa county firefighters are investigating an early morning fire. and leigh martinez tonight scene with the latest.
good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the people were at home and the fire broke out and the family was able to get out unharmed from the upstairs unit. you see the windows are blackened out there. they were not able to return home because of the fire damage. this is 20 a.m. this is a multi-unit apartment. the fire started from an ac unit and it quickly consumes the room. the smoke and fire and were reported and they made it out
before the prior fire department getting there. the family will not be able to return we're told that the red cross will be helping out. this is a mopup right now. in mart teen necessities, -- in martinez, i'm mart apartment. gunman dressed guard uniforms started hooting some a military where the place commanders were siting after the attack. the prime minister said that iran holds regional terror fons
spore and u.s. masters accountable. isis and members of a government opposition movement claimed responsible for the shooting. iran data said that all four gunman were killed. a man recovered from the latest shooting in the east bay area. it happened on interstate 580. a man and dog were injured by the glass as a result of the gunfire. they describe the injuries as moderate to moderate. no arrests made in the shooting that did shut down the traffic for a couple of hours. there were more than a hundred highway shootings in the bay area. the coroner identified motorcyclist killed on the bay bridge in the westbound direction. officers say they are still trying determine what happened.
but they stay appear that's the motorcycle -- say it appears that he hit two other vehicle before finally coming to a stop. 77-year-old uma -- was walking across vista park drive and someone hit her and her car. anyone that might have information is asked to give the san jose police a call. there was a fright i think trip on a bus that caught fire on the richmond bridge. was carrying seven adults and three students. they live at campus during the week and head back to home on the weeks. the driver was able to pull to the right thousand of the bridge and everyone on board quickly got off the bus. and the incident brings back
some terrible memories from one student that went through last october's wildfires. >> they were hitting me and woke up and they said it is smoking. i freaked out because my home burned last year. >> the students board another bus and headed home about two hours late and that fire blocked the left lane for about 20 minutes. governor brown is allowing pg&e to side step if they cause a fire and then pass the cost to the customers. previous the utility was responsible for the property damage if a downed power line or amount equipment caused the
fire whether or not if the utility had been neglect. some say they don't think the new bill is fair. her home survived last october's fire. but her grandmother's house did not and is now being rebut. it is like hit them while their down. these people have been through a horrible situation and they'll be feeling the ram cakes for year. -- ramifications of this for years. >> supporters of the bill said it will help prevent utilitys from going bankrupt. pg&e said it better equipped the site prevent and respond to wildfires. governor brown quickly responded to last year's wildfire storm. authorities in the north bay face criticism last october for
the lack of widespread alerts. they call on first responders, lawmakers and community companies to send out information about fire emergencies. bay areas on the largest dam is finally finished. it sits in the hills. we were there for the ribbon- cutting ceremony. >> reporter: the new dam at the reservoir is finally complete. >> we're standing on the top of the dam, the brand-new dam. this is really exciting for me. >> reporter: steven ritchie among officials the ribbon- cutting ceremony. >> this is a key component for the water supply for the 2.3 million customers that we serve in the bay area. >> this is the largest local reservoir that gets blend with water to deliver to customers
every year, every day. >> reporter: the inspectors said that the old dam was built in 1925, safe in 2001, they feared a collapse from a major earthquake. >> this dam is 16 years in the making. so unexpected delays and price tag of 800 million is more than the original budget this damage expected to withstand the big one. >> it is did he see mind to withstand a 7.0 earthquake. >> reporter: during the construction, they had to move a lot more dirt than originally expected. they found ancient landslides and material and fossils from 50 to 20 million years ago were carefully removed. and they had to reduce the water level by two-thirds. if there is a disruption, they will rely on this water. >> now that it is fixed and the
rains will hopefully come and be filled up this year it will be a great year for banner water year, we'll have a lot more reliability. >> this dam was built with a bigger base and top, climate -- indicates that we could store more water. >> reporter: they will be able to hold $30 billion of water. >> it will hold water again. and that is outstanding. coming up, a bizarre rescue left crews taking a crew to a trapped man. >> this is a tricky situation. >> man convict of a 2015 kidnapping talking from jail. we'll explain why be able to cross-examine the woman he is
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this is one of my favorites. we're no san jose and starting out with a bit of journey this morning. we'll be out and barack obama about today. and the temperatures will be cooling off some. we have widespread cloud cover. we'll have a look to expect for your neighborhood coming up. happening today, there will be absentee ballots will be
mailed out to military members. the last day to register to vote in the november election is october 2nd. bart will take a little longer to go between the east bay and san francisco over the week. where the crews are repairing cracks and other infrastructure fen oakland stations. it could take a half hour longer begun normal. they say this the fourth and the final weekend of closures for all of this repair and maintenance projects. firefighters in in eureka rescued a man in a vent. they saw the man that refused to be cease crude. it is not sure y but they had to take out the duct word to get him out. >> the man convicted of a 2015 kidnapping in talking from jail just days before he is expected
to appear no court. imagine you muller was acting as his own attorney. that that he can cross-examine the woman that he is accused of raping. >> this is a tricky situation. i don't mean to be speaking out of both sides of my mouth. >> reporter: he said that he cannot discuss the details of the kidnapping of the woman, a crime that we was convicted of in state court. and now he is being charged that he repeatedly raped near what he called a hoax. they will likely cos examine her. if it is say perry nation son moment. it will be questions and get
upis coming back. take a look at that as we get into monday, nearing 90 for the inland cities and back to the mid-, upper 90s by tuesday and wednesday. and mid-80s around the bay and mid- to low 70s on the coast. if you can play hooky, tuesday on the coast will be nice. >> fall later today? >> yes. 6:54:00 p.m. coming up next, a study revealed that more lorraine county teenagers are vaping? we'll look at how it has increase in the past couple years.
the report was released by the state department of education. they are looking to ban in unincorporated areas in the county. 3 million people die each year as the result of harmful alcohol consumption. they show injuries at this. 21% will have disorders because of the system. and people between the ages of 15 and 19 are regular drinkers. >> alcohol consumption is big and a risk factor from 15 to 49. >> and estimated $2.3 billion people drink alcohol regularly. fda warnings dog and watt
owners about flea and tick nation could give your dog seizures. they are found to cause neurological problems this is under the brand names. all these medications have been approved by the fda. but they are now working with a manufacturer to include warning labels on the products. tall tale games are closing their doors. the company tweeted that the move follows a year of insure mountable bills. about 2200 employees are being laid off. the bay area continues to add jobs.
that is afor the economic development company. california's unemployment rate holding steady at 4.2% for the fifth year in a row. the bay area unemployment is lower ranging from 3.9% to as low as 2%. airlines are getting high tech. delta will let people use facial recognitions. instead of a passport, they can use facial recognition points. travelers can use the technology to check on and to board customers. they must enter their on line information. dell tall unavailable that feature next month. there is something coming to san francisco that may get you excited. it will be an ice thank is
steps from city hall. there is there are to the holiday ice rink. it will be open to the public opened november 30th and last through january 6th. tickets will cost you $20. for eight years and ordinary. a public discussion about the catholic church is happening at one bay area church. >> where and when the first listening session is taking place. a family's home went up in an early morning fire. and we'll tell you what the firefighters believe may have started the flames. we invite you for a fox two special this is uncondition tanned. and it airs right here -- uncontained. it airs right here on ktvu news at 9:00 p.m.
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shirley after 5:00 this morning. >> four residence did have to be evacuated. leigh martinez will have a live report for us in just a few minutes. the woman who was accused brett kavanaugh of sexual assault continues to negotiate when she will testify before the senate. palo alto professor has specific instructions. we will have the latest on that. >> reporter: a little perk if you're visiting a national park. >> it's free national park day. yosemite, but you do have to reserve parking. it is the first day of fall as well. so it would be a pretty day to spend outside if that fog clears up a little bit. >> it's going to be okay. unless you're in the coastline.
it will be an if the situation for you. you can see the towers have been swallowed up by the fog this morning. low 50s santa rosa. 56 in oakland. mid 50s in livermore and san jose, 50. many of us waking up with gray skies. even a little bit of patchy fog and dense fog to report. we will check on the visibility in a moment. down by 3 degrees down by 4 in livermore put a tad warmer to start your day. but again, we don't have the sun shining. soap it might not feel as good out there this morning. giving you a view there at how widespread it is. from the coast of on the bay and in then, i do have a three- hour time-lapse. over our hills, we are beginning to see it out as well. the rest of us will follow suit as we get into the second part of the morning, early afternoon. west facing beaches are likely to remain relief sunny to partly cloudy -- really -- partly sunny to partly cloudy.
you notice the darker shades of gray right in here. you may experience visibility perhaps down to about a quarter mile through areas like nevada. so that's something to be aware of if you have an early morning drive. the cloud cover is going to be a way. we will have a la carte skies at the cusp. mostly sunny skies were. temperatures continuing to call for today. as we get into the afternoon, we may see a little bit more sunshine. i will have a look at your afternoon highs for today, the cooldown that will continue for the back end of your weekend, and and a heap up -- then a heat-up expected. a family of four has to find a face tuesday after they woke up to plane -- flames and smoke in their home. leigh martinez life with us at the scene -- live for us at the scene. >> reporter: neighbors told us that an ac unit at the back of this upper apartment exploded.
and that is what caused the fire. now, as he said, there was a family of four i was sleeping at there. it included two young children. fortunately, they all meted out. they are not going to be able to return home today because of the fire damage. firefighters were first called out at 5:20 8 am to a commercial structure fire on sentinel drive. a multiunit apartment building had a fire that was spreading quickly. it started from an ac unit and quickly consumed that room. the two adults inside the unit reported the fire. the fire alarm woke them all up. >> they were the original reporting party. they woke up to smoke and flames inside the apartment unit. they were able to evacuate immediately. >> reporter: the surrounding units were also evacuated when fire crews arrived. fire crews had the fire knocked down within 20 minutes. it only made it to alarm fire. as of right now, they are still a mop up kind of mode. we've only seen one firefighter
just doing an inspection. the family is displaced. we know -- are told that the bedroom was so severely destroyed that they will not be able to go back tonight. the red cross is helping the family out. leigh martinez, ktvu fox 2 news. palo alto police -- professor accusing brett kavanaugh of sexual assault has been given more time to negotiate terms of testifying before the senate judiciary committee. republican judiciary chair chuck grassley sent out a tweet saying it had given her an extension. there's no word on how long that extension will be. he wrote five times now, we have granted extension. that she would tell her story to the senate. dr. forbes, if you change your mind, these out so we can move on. i want to hear testimony.
come to us or we will come to you. he also tweeted, with all the extensions we've given to decide if she still wants to testify, i feel like i'm playing second trombone and the judiciary orchestra -- in the judiciary orchestra and schumer is the conductor. -- >> they want to get this over quickly. if they let this going on and on and on, the chances of getting kavanaugh through our is likely. if they are going to stick with kavanaugh, they need to do it quickly. >> dr. ford has asked to testify on thursday, but republicans would like her to testify a day early on wednesday. some want a female attorney to question ford. ford has that -- republicans say ford should go first.
german grassly did agree to provide security for ford as you requested. it's been survivors of sexual assault are responding to the president's tweet. the hashtag why i did it report is trending on twitter. thousands of people are sharing their personal experiences with sexual assault. and why they did not go to authorities. survivors state movements like etoo can help lead to real change but it will take time and faith. some women will never feel comfortable speaking out. >> i think it's empowering that people are coming forward in the way they are. i feel a little bit cynical in that i don't think it's necessarily going to change things overnight. >> in the meantime, people are writing letters of support to forward and planning solidarity vigils. deputy attorney general rod rosenstein is denying an explosion report that says he
suggested secretly recorded -- recording president trump while in the white house. any -- the spring of 2017 that he contemplated eagerly recording the president. and discussed recruiting kept it members to remove present him from office. this reportedly happened last year after president trump fired the fbi director, james comey padroni -- rosenstein called the report inaccurate and factually incorrect. berkeley police are revealing unsolved sexual assault cases. grundy county a third these -- authorities announced the arrest of roy charles weller. he is accused of a series of rapes. investigators linked these cases 30 in it. until now, they weren't able to match them to a suspect.
just like in the golden state killer case, authorities got a break from a genealogy company. he entered the dna into a free open genealogy website and got a hit. >> for over 27 years, the individual who came to be known as the norcal rapist victimized at least 10 women across northern california. >> one of the first victims was a woman who spoke to ktvu after hearing her alleged attacker was finally under arrest. >> i want to share with the world basically that the related bogeyman showed up to my house and i still have a wonderful, joyful life. it's been a huge part of my being forever. and it will forever. it has affected my family is affected my friends. it's affected me. overall, i have a good life. >> water has worked at environmental health and safety officer since 1992. he will be arraigned monday on
accounts of sexual assault. no word on if and when the area prosecutors will file charges against him. 8:09, your time. the catholic diocese of san jose hosting its first listening session to hear from the public in addressing abuse clergy members. last week, the diocese said it will launched an independent investigation. we plan to release the names of every priest facing a credible accusation of sexual side. today's listening session starts at 10:00 in palo alto, october 2, another session will be held at 7:00 at the most holy truly -- trinity parish in san jose. pope francis is in lithuania to encourage the catholic faith and to mark the 100th anniversary of baltic independence. you're looking at live pictures from that visit. the pope will head to latvia and estonia
later this we can put hope francis will become the first pope in nearly a quarter of a century to visit the baltic country. you got a chance to enjoy the great outdoors for free. today is national public wednesday. admission is free and here in the bay area, the san francisco maritime park. this is the 25th year of public wednesday. -- lands they. -- they -- day. it's also cleanup day. activities include today, trimming vegetation, removing litter, and maintaining the trails on the mountain. volunteers are asked to meet at the mitchell canyon staging area. it will spread out to different areas of the park before
returning for a group lunch. floodwaters are breaching a dam in north carolina.'s >> up next, what kind of toxic ash could flow into a nearby river after hurricane florence dumped more than 30 inches of rain on that area. a teenager is behind bars after police say he attempted to rape a jogger in menlo park. up next, how they say the victim was able to fight him off.
i'm tracking the cooling trend. more on this coming up in just a bit. several protests are planned against wells fargo and chase branches. they say they helped finance immigration detention centers. they are planning to stand outside different bank wrenches to try to -- branches to try to convince people to close their accounts. in contra costa county, two high school football players hospitalized in what is being described as traumatic injuries overnight. one player hurt his head during a game last night. heritage heights in brentwood. the other suffered a back injury in a game in freedom high school. fire battalion chief tells us that both players were rushed to the john deere medical center in walnut creek. neither their names or conditions are being released at this time. all the freedom players huddled on the field and prayed for their teammates.
it is very rare that two players would suffer serious immediate -- injuries on the very same night -- night. a woman was attacked while jogging on menlo park. she fought back and her attacker is being charged with attempted rape. row helio -- he attacked a woman on monday. police say he grabbed the woman from behind, pulled her into the bushes, and pulled her pants down. investigators say the victim did fight back. he tried to run away. she was then able to call the police, who eventually made the arrest. >> it was risky, but don't second-guess it at all for this reason. the man did not have a weapon. he didn't -- if he had a knife or gun, that would have been a step not to take. >> arteaga is being held in the san mateo county gel on $150,000
bail. the death toll from hurricane florence stands at 44 this morning. one of the latest victims was an elderly man. his body was found in a submerged pickup truck. 3000 people along the lynches river have been ordered to evacuate. south carolina's governor says preliminary estimates put the damage at $1.2 billion. destruction in north carolina is a far worse. the governor says damage there is in the billions. floodwaters are breaching a dam in wilmington, north carolina. that dam was holding back water from a power plant. as it is -- as a result of the breach, there is toxic coal ash flowing into the cape fear river. it is possible that ash was escaping from the facility. they are currently moving large stones into place to try to lug holes and weeks. the area where that dam is located at more than 30 inches
of rain from the hurricane. close to 60,000 homes and businesses are still without power today in north carolina. it with many communities still flooded, it could take weeks before electricity is restored. emergency crews are reporting that they've made nearly 5000 water rescues and sends florence hits. a 13 time -- 8:13, time to check weather. 85 degrees. >> i bet it was cold. last night, it was cold. what's happening this weekend, rosemary? >> we are going to keep that cooling trend going. into the extended forecast, the heat is coming back. avenue a live look over san jose, where we are getting to see that grape fadeaway. i can see a little bit of sunshine. widespread low clouds to start the day this morning. as we get into the afternoon, we will be partly cloudy, away from the coastline. a little bit of fog is well. if you are just joining us. patchy fog. even a little bit of dense fog
to report. here is a view of change going on as we settle into the first weekend of fall. notice we've got some rain over washington, oregon, even northern california seeing a little bit of green, although most of it not even hitting the ground. there is that signs of change coming our way as we roll to the next few weeks. we will get a better opportunity at thing that rain actually move into california. here is a view of the cloud cover out there this morning. again, little bit of patchy fog, especially over the north bay. beginning to see it out over higher elevations. our hills are beginning to see some sunshine. the inner east bay, you could see it thinning out as well. that will continue to peel away. by the second part of the morning, early afternoon, sunny away from the coastline. 86 degrees right now in oakland. we got 53 in san francisco. nifty for in nevada. south bay, upper 50s as well as san jose. in her east bay, 57 -- inner east bay, 57 degrees.
temperatures are within a few degrees for most, where we started. for your afternoon today, south toledo, going to 68. if you're going to the biggs chili cookoff this weekend. 82 in nevada. 82 in samoa -- sonoma. it's going to be gorgeous for you there. this afternoon, if you are going to the a's game, it will be a mild one. pulling back as we get into the evening. 88 expected for dental this afternoon. 80 degrees in san jose. cupertino, you will also go to 80. 64 expected in the city of san francisco. the autumnal equinox, autumn arrives at 654. later today. the final hours of summer are upon us. tahoe, chili in the overnight hours. 30s in the forecast. and then mid-70s expected as we roll through your afternoon state, low 70s tomorrow. -- today, low 70s tomorrow. meanwhile, here at home, get a
load of our extended forecast. the cooler weather in place for the weekend, but it's not going to let. if you're looking for more heat, it is coming back. into about 90 degrees on monday. mid to upper 90s tuesday, wednesday. looks to be the hotter days of the week. mid-80s around the bay. and while at the coast, we are talking 70s for areas like pacifica and half moon bay, even more warm for that. back to you. are you tired of flipping through netflix for something to watch? >> we will let you know which family-friendly flicks are out over the weekend that might strike it big at the tax office. hundreds of people are biking for a good cause.
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hundreds of cyclists will ride from brisbane to sonoma county to raise money for multiple sclerosis. cyclists will ride up to 163 miles between today and tomorrow. it's one of many rides happening across the country. the organization's goal is to raise $1.8 million to support ms research and raise awareness. riders will be leaving from two different locations depending on how many miles they are planning to right. you can see the list on your screen. the first group from the bisbee marina -- brisbane marina about an hour ago.
there will also be another group riding tomorrow. a little bit of drama last night at the coliseum. the a's blowing a 4-1 lead. lock off home run i chris davis. he had two bonds in the year. here comes number one, v. -- the cu. mlb leading 44. minnesota gets six in the bottom . on the board, rather. in the sixth. that's a two-run shot. 6-4 after six. mark says, i will get two back. we are tied at 6-6. we go to extras. here is mr. davis. >> chris davis, center. and this baby is gone! >> davis's 45th.
yankees still a game and a half alls -- out. giants in st. louis. marcell ozuna who with a line -- marcell ozuna with a line. third base line. that's all kinds of trouble. it's good for a double. two more runs and the giants lose it 5-3. undefeated stanford is on the road, taking on the oregon ducks in eugene. oregon is ranked 20th. today's game starts at 5 pm. cal does have the week off. san jose state is off this week. spartans hoping that will happen when they play hawaii. ebay increasing its security in its headquarters. the company filed plans with the city to install security fencing around its hamilton
avenue complex, weather. it would be at least 7 feet high. ebay spokesperson declined to say if that added security is a response to a particular threat to employees or the company. construction should begin in november with finished time sometime next year. another reason to leave sharks alone. >> a message from officials as great whites are making their way to the san francisco coastline. a family of four escaping an apartment fire. what fire crews say caused the fire.
you were at the concert last night. >> i was. we were reaching out to folks on social media this morning. i don't always realize that they requested this. the best song ever, exclamation point, exclamation point, exclamation point. it was like it catapults you back decades. they were going until after 11, so good morning. >> many years ago, in my chevy. we digress a little bit. i'm old. i'm frank. she's rosemary. take it away. >> good morning to all of you. we are looking at a cooldown that will continue. also happens to be the transition into the first day of fall with the equinox arriving. at about 6 to 54 later today. enjoy the final hours of summer. as we say goodbye. 54 right now in san francisco.
we're looking at partly cloudy skies, now mostly blue over the inner east bay. of her 50s in san jose. where the clouds have cleared. for the most part as well. over areas like santa rosa, where we are 52 and whitley county, we have a little bit of fog to deal with. temperatures are actually a little bit, and some spots this morning down by 11 degrees in livermore. down by 7 in hayward. for most of us within a few degrees of where we started yesterday, although we don't have as much sunshine. taking a look at storm tracker 2. and you can see that cloud cover. inland areas of the getting to see the blue sky as well as the higher elevation. but over areas of the north bay, we are seeing not only fog but little bit of petty, dense fog getting into areas near santa rosa. the visibility about a mile and a half or so. dr. shades of gray indicating petty, dense fog. in the valley locations, you may find some of there.
something to be aware of. 61 degrees for the afternoon today. under public sunny skies. 64 in san francisco. mostly clear, away from the coastline with 75 in hayward today. upper 80s in livermore. low 80s in santa rosa. santa rosa, 80. temperatures will continue to cooldown in -- as we get into your bay area sunday. warm-up. i will show you when in the extended forecast coming up. thanks, rosemary. several protests are planned outside wells fargo and chase branch -- branches. they are planning on standing outside different bank branches to try to convince people to close their accounts. also happening today, santa clara county register of voters -- registrar of voters will send out ballots to active duty military members. they will go out in the mail.
the last day to register to vote in the november election is october 22. b.a.r.t. is going to take longer. rick crews are repairing tracks and other -- work crews are preparing tracks and other infrastructure. trips on b.a.r.t. could take half an hour longer than normal. california dma -- dmv undergoing an audit following public outcry over hours long wait lines and computer problems there. a computer crash crippled more than a third of the dmv offices for several hours. state officials say the audit will look at all aspects of the dmv including the i.t. system and management team. the decision to audit the dmv is a change for the governor,
who initially hoped the department would be able to fix the problems on its own. dmv released a statement saying it will -- welcomes the audit as it works to reduce those long wait times. a family of four has to find a place to stay after they woke up to flames and smoke inside their apartment in martinez. trend was -- ktvu's leigh martinez has more on what happened. >> reporter: neighbors are telling us that an ac unit in the back exploded and that's what caused the fire. a family of four, including two young children, was asleep at the time. they all the fleet meted out. unfortunately, they are not going to be able to it back into their homes because of the damage. firefighters first were called out at 5:20 8 am to a commercial structure fire. a multiunit apartment building had a fire that was spreading quickly. the fire started by an ac unit in the back room and he quickly consumed that room. the two adults inside the unit reported the fire. neighbors say the fire alarm
was loud enough to wake them all up. >> they were the original reporting party. saying that they woke up to smoke and flames inside their apartment unit. and they were able to evacuate immediately. >> reporter: surrounding units were also evacuated. fire crews had the fire knockdown within many minutes. -- knocked down within 20 minutes. they are in the mop up stage right now. that family of four will not be able to get back into their apartment because of the fire damage. in martinez, leigh martinez, ktvu fox 2 news. a man and his dog are recovering from injuries sustained in the latest freeway shooting in the bay area. that happened around 10:30 last night on interstate 90 80 -- 980 in oakland. both the man and his dog were injured by glass that went flying as a result of the gunfire. the chp described the injuries as minor to moderate. there have been more than 100 highway shootings in the bay
area since 2015. time now is 8:35. the san francisco medical examiner is identifying a motorcyclist that was killed in a crash on the bay bridge. terry luverne of san francisco killed in a crash yesterday morning on the was by direction near treasure island. officers safe they are still trying to determine exactly what happened. it appears the motorcyclist hit a number of cars before coming to a stop. two right lanes were closed for several hours, causing some very long traffic delays on the bridge. we've also learned the identity of a woman who was killed in a hit-and-run in san jose on thursday night. santa clara county medical examiner says 77-year-old houma was walking across vista park drive when someone hit her with the car and then drove off. police say that driver left in a dark blue minivan or perhaps an suv. if you got information, san jose police would like to hear from you. governor brown signed a bill that steps of liability costs with wildfires.
the state public utilities commission would be allowed to look at pg&e's role in the fire and pass costs onto customers in their electric bills. previously, utilities were responsible for property damage if parent lines or other equipment caused a 5 santa rosa -- a fire. a 92-year-old's mom's -- 92 real mom's home -- 92-year-old mom's home was destroyed. >> they will be feeling the ramifications of this for years. on top of that, there's something else that's unexpectedly going to come their way that there would have to deal with. i don't think that's fair. >> supporters say it will help prevent utilities from going bankrupt. the governor signed another
bill in response to last year's deadly firestorm. it will establish a statewide protocol for sending emergency alerts. officials facing criticism for the lack of a widespread olympic the legislation called on first responders, lawmakers, and communication companies to work together to develop a new system for sending out timely information about emergencies. there was a ceremony yesterday to mark the completion of bay area's largest dam. officials holding a ribbon- cutting. the old dam deemed seismically unsafe in 2001 after years of planning and along seven years of construction, a new dam was built. officials say the new dam was built to withstand a major earthquake. >> it's designed for 7 1/4 earthquake, which is very large. that's on the calaveras fault. >> the dam cost about $800
million to build. providing drinking water to almost 3 million people right here in the bay area. a new study says more teenagers are vaping with e- cigarettes devices. -- e-cigarettes devices. vaping among seventh, ninth, 11th graders has more than doubled in the past two years. it says the largest increase was among 11th graders. it went up from 11% to 28%. report was released by the state department of education. marin county is considering an ordinance to ban the sale of vaping products and flavored tobacco products in unincorporated areas of the county. food and drug administration morning dog and cat owners about flea and tick medications that could give your pet seizures. four of chewable medications were found to cause medical problems. in some of the pats. the medications come under the following rent names -- brand
names, -- all of those medications have been approved by the fda but leaders are now working with the manufacturers to include warning labels on the products. telltale games is closing its doors. they develop popular interactive video games including the walking dead and the wolff among us. it follows a year of insurmountable challenges including worker burnout and high-profile departures. the bay area overall does continue to add jobs. that is according to the state economic development department. the bay area top $4 million -- 4 million jobs for the two -- for the first time. in the bay area, and implement is even lower. ranging from 3.9% in solano county to a low of 2.2% in san
mateo county. today might be the first day of fall, but there's a little something coming to san francisco that might get you a little excited for the upcoming holidays. the winter park and civic center will feature an ice rink steps from city hall. these are artist renderings of what it should look like. similar to the holiday ice rink . it will be open to the public. it will start on november 30 and you can skate all the way until january 6. tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for children. eight years old and younger. by the way, christmas is a few more -- what? 92, 93 days away. >> you just at christmas. i'm done with you. >> i'm okay with that. a robotics competition group is giving back. >> helping foster youth here in the bay area. that's coming up in our 9:00 hour. a touch of the dramatic -- what to expect in the new movie. that and more in our box office
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gate ridge. a little bit of cold and ice by foreigner for you. this is requested by numbskull? the twitter handle numbskull. it's going down. near the airport, i like that. we are going to keep the cooling trend going for your weekend. i have the details coming up if you're looking for something to do this weekend, movies are always a good choice. >> how many times have you seen "crazy rich asians"? >> i love it. >> what are some of the best movies this week? let's say hi to derek. he's the owner and operator of the theaters. to have you with us. >> thank you. good to be here. >> you got a couple of films. when i think you like. let's kick it off with the house with a clock in its walls. jack black plays a creepy medical uncle. k blanchet. >> i think this is the best family halloween movie since hocus-pocus 25 years ago.
exactly. it talks about lewis, a young boy whose parents passed away and he has to live with his quirky uncle, jonathan, in colorado. when he gets there he realizes it's a little strange, a little odd. when he gets to his own, he sees there's so many clocks all over the place. you try to figure out, what is this guy? and who is my uncle? he realizes that it's actually a warlock and then k blanchet, was the neighbor, she is a witch. so lewis decides that he wants to be studying witchcraft and find out what's going on in this world that he doesn't know anything about. his uncle has this clock in the wall that he cannot locate and it's driving him crazy. welcome louis as a young boy, he goes to school and has trouble making friends because he is a little odd, too. his uncle told him to never
take this book in the wall. what does he do? he takes it and invites one of the boys to the school to meet him in the cemetery. when he does that, you know what happened. he raises the dead. >> oh. >> you >> -- >> we better put you off before you spoil it. >> this is all in the trailer. his partner is the magician that he is to be. and he's the one who put the clock in the wall. >> halloween harry potter. >> exactly. it's a great because pg could not pg-13. it is directed by elon roth. so maybe a little scary for some of the younger pumpkins out there. overall -- >> i was going to ask you because every time i see jack black, i think it's supposed to be funny. >> it is funny. really a nice film to take the whole family to. >> movie number two is life itself. it's from the director, the creator of the widely popular
tv show, this is us. this one may not be a winner. >> this is from amazon studios. given us some great films like manchester by the sea and the big six. you go, wow, another amazon studio. this one really misses the mark. it chronicles a young couple from new york from when they met in college to when they got married, to their kids and all the tragedies in their life. what the problem is the movie is broken up into five chapters and during that time, you have a lot of therapy sessions. it feels like, oh, boy. what's going on? the thing is that this movie has a lot of great cast in it with annette benning and -- >> yeah. >> antonio banderas. >> fantastic cast. the real character development happens so fast and rushes, you don't hear that these people
have all there's -- the troubles. the best way to describe the movie is you go to a restaurant and you know -- they serve you spam. it doesn't work. >> i think it's brutal. we were talking about how great that show is. i'm a big fan of that show. it doesn't wine and we've. it leaves you open to maybe you wind it and weaved so much. >> amazon does have a movie coming out called the wonderful boy. it's oscar buzz. it's a great movie. >> we always appreciate your insight. we like you breaking it down for us, giving us the real skinny. >> giving it straight. thanks. weatherwise, it's been cool. but i guess the big warm-up is coming, right? >> yes. rosemary says. rosemary says.
>> i believe her. >> we believe her. >> you know this time of year, september into october, we get some of our warmest weather. that is what is to come. not to today, though. as we settle into your first weekend of fall, temperatures are doing to respond. with a cooldown. that started yesterday, continuing into today. here's a look at some at that gray sky out there this money. we are beginning to see some sunshine. along the coastline, at least of west facing beaches through half moon bay, montara pacifica, likely to min -- remain really sunny. 54 degrees right now. in san francisco. 56 in oakland. mid 50s in livermore. santa rosa, 52. cloudy and even some petty, dense fog reported along the valley. please be careful if you have an early morning drive. without the center and this morning, temperatures are really falling back into the -- 13 degrees. 7f -- seven at half moon bay.
again, cool down continuing for your bay area saturday. here's a view of that cloud cover out there. we are beginning to transition. beginning to thin out from our inland areas as well as over our higher elevations. along the coastline, inside the bay, it's going to take a little bit longer. as we take a still shot here. some of our areas near livermore, antioch, brentwood, beginning with that part the cloudy sky practicing that blew out there for you. here's a look at where we are continuing to see some fog. reported about a mile and a half or so. we had some darker shades of gray indicating petty, dense fog. it looks like it's improved there. so hopefully we are on our way up in that direction. a cooler weekend in store. 60s ethical >> and pacifica. upper 80s to near 90 degrees for our warmer locations. 83 expected fourth santa rosa. big chili cookoff going on. maybe going two at the oakland
a's a little bit later today. 72 while you're tailgating. as we get into the evening hours, it's going to be calling it back. 89 expected for antioch today. into the south bay, 80 degrees. for san jose. upper 70s for milpitas, i think -- nice mild 72 for santa cruz this afternoon. partly cloudy. mostly clear for you there. 80 degrees in woodside. here's a look at your a's forecast. calling back to 65 degrees by gametime. at 6:00. 6:05, to be exact. the winds are generally light. into the upper 50s, perhaps low 60s by the end of the game. bring that jacket. you may need it. if you're going to tahoe, chili overnight lows in the 30s. for the afternoon, into the 70s. mild conditions. could be a little bit breezy out there as well as tomorrow afternoon. here's a look at the extended forecast. we call it back a little bit
more into sunday. and then heating it up into the business week. when we bounce back into the mid to upper 90s for our inland cities. beautiful beach weather with 70s at the coast. clotting? >> that's downright hot. destroying homes and downing trees. we look at the damage done by a tornado ripping through parts of canada and the number of people without power. another reason to leave those sharks alone as great whites make their way to the san francisco coastline.
headwinds going at more than 120 miles per hour. canadian prime minister justin trudeau issued a statement on twitter urging citizens to check in on people who might need extra help. do not disturb the sharks. that's what officials from the greater fair lawn's national marine sanctuary are saying. great white sharks are expected to make their annual appearance off the san francisco coast this fall. wildlife watchers and other water sports enthusiasts avoid bothering the sharks. between september and november is when the sharks will feet on seals and sea lines along the shoreline. wildlife watchers who use food and other lures to draw sharks near during boats disrupt how they normally feet. a group of students is safe with their family this morning. they had a frightening trip on board a bus. it caught fire. the bus was carrying three adults and seven students through the california school for the deaf in fremont.
they had back home on the weekend. that's what they were doing yesterday. the school bus traveling to sonoma county in the afternoon. when smoke started coming from the rear of the vehicle. the driver was able to pull to the right shoulder of the bridge and then everyone made it out safely. the incident but some memories for a 16-year-old student who went through last october's wildfires in santa rosa. >> i was sleeping, and then they were -- i woke up. they said it's smoking. i was like -- i freaked out because my home burned last year. and it was traumatic. speculated a good job. they didn't seem scared or anything. they handled themselves pretty well. >> reporter: the students boarded another bus and then they headed home. about two hours late. the fire did blocking the westbound lanes of the bridge for about 90 minutes. and then those roads reopened. at this point, they do not know what caused that fire. those cage free eggs you get from the grocery store it
may not be cage free after all. >> the number of companies that are declining to say whether or not they have made any progress with going totally cage free. and addressing abuse by clergy members. listening sessions by the catholic diocese of san jose and their plan to expose priests facing credible assault accusations. we invite you to join us for a ktvu fox news special. it is called uncontained and it airs right here on ktvu at 9 pm.
bleckel on your facebook page. >> saying it was one of her faves. they played it in one of the encores. it was a nice way to spend an evening in the city by the bay. will come to mornings on 2. here is the oakland estuary looking a little cold. things are changing. it is saturday september 22. i'm claudine wong. >> i'm frank mallicoat. rosemary has your forecast. first, some of the headlines on this saturday morning. prayers are going out to two high school football players severely injured last night. >> one injured his head. the other hit his back. protests are getting underway at several bay area banks. demonstrators are demanding corporate social responsibility. we are going to go live to one of those banks were that protest is just beginning.
before we do that, let's get you outside. rosemary is standing by with that all-important saturday and sunday forecast. >> yes, indeed. we got a nice one coming our way. temperatures are calling off. on the other hand, if you're enjoying the heat, well, we have heat coming back in the extended forecast. here's the view of the golden gate bridge. fog, low clouds, even had a little bit of petty, dense fog. it looks like it's improving their. here's the view of that system that is bringing us the cooldown. also bringing a little bit of rain over areas. as you can see, washington, oregon, stretching all the way down just on the north edge there of california. so fall definitely in the air. for us today, temperatures will cooldown. we are anywhere from 10 to 12 degrees cooler in some spots this morning with all that cloud cover out there. although it is beginning to burn away. you can see it spitting out if you look close enough. over our santa cruz mountains
area. inside the bay, north bay, along the coastline, still sick it will continue to burn away as we get through the second part of the morning, early afternoon, mostly sunny, away from the coastline today. 53 degrees right now in san francisco. 57 in oakland. low 50s to start your day in nampa. low 60s over areas like livermore and 59 degrees right now in san jose. along the peninsula, a few more numbers for you here. 56 outside your door in san mateo. getting into the second part of the day, temperatures will range from the low 60s at the coast to near 90 degrees in lynn. yesterday, along the coast and inside the bay, we felt the cooling trend begin. you should fill it by the afternoon today. 64 in san francisco. 72 in oakland. temperatures continuing to call -- cool as we get into your bay area sunday. this morning, demonstrators are planning to stage protests at several banks. they say the banks are making profits from family separations
at the border at unsafe oil pipelines. we have ktvu's leigh martinez . one protest is planned. to be see anyone out there yet? when does that start? >> reporter: we have one mother with her two sons out here right now. she tells us it's not going to be a huge protest, not like some of the other one that we've seen. this one is just a few families are showing up at each branch because there's so many branches around here. two banks, chase and wells fargo that they are protesting. they say they are pretty much spread out. she's not sure how many people are going to show up for what they are calling the move your money protest. more than 20 days and wells fargo branch -- chase and wells fargo ranch locations. they will approach bank customers and encourage them to close their accounts. they have two demands of the
bank that jpmorgan chase and wells fargo. financing for-profit private prisons benefiting from immigration detention centers that separate families. the second cause is to stop financing fossil fuels projects such as the keystone xl pipeline. organized by the families belong together coalition. this protest just began at 9:00 this morning. again, it looks like the security guard is talking to the mother right now. she has her two kids and she says her one son is going to be laying the violin. it's just to talk to customers that are coming in, to let them know what their position is regarding these two banks. and encouraging them to move their accounts to other banks. in oakland, leigh martinez, ktvu fox 2 news. >> thanks, lee. from the catholic diocese is holding its first listening session to address abuse by
clergy members. . at the diocese said it would large -- launch an independent investigation. today's is listening session is at 10:00 at the lady of the rosary hall in palo alto. on october 2, another section will be held at 7:00 at the most holy trinity parish in san jose. finally, the series wraps up with a meeting at 3:00 at the santa teresa parish on october 17th. el alto professor accusing brett kavanaugh of sexual assault has been given more time to negotiate the terms of testifying. at 2:30 this afternoon, the new and latest deadline senate republicans have said yesterday was the deadline for dr. ford to decide. last night, republican judiciary chair chuck grassley sent out a tweet saying he had
given her an extension. he wrote five times now, we have granted extensions for dr. ford to decide if she wants to proceed with her desire stated one week ago, that she wants to tell the senate her story. dr. ford, if you've changed your mind, a so so we can move on. i would like to hear your testimony come to us or we will come to you. we also tweeted -- he also tweeted, with all the extensions we have given dr. for to decide if she still wants to testify to the senate, i feel like i'm playing the second trombone in the judiciary orchestra and schumer is the conductor. research director at uc berkeley governmental study says republicans are still pushing to get a boat -- vote before the midterm elections. >> they want to get this over quickly. if they like this, go on and on and on, the chances of getting kavanaugh through our less likely.
if they are going to stick with kavanaugh, they need to do it quickly. >> dr. ford has asked to testify on thursday. republicans would like her to testify wednesday. board wants senators to ask the questions. the committee's 11th republicans who are all-male want a female attorney to question ford. ford has requested that kavanaugh testify first that republicans say ford should go first. that year grassly did agree to provide security. survivors of sexual assault are responding to the president's tweet that questioned why professor ford did not come forward with her allegations sooner. the hashtag why i didn't report is trending on twitter. thousands of people have shared their experiences with sexual assault. and explains why they did not go to authorities. survivors say movements like etoo can help lead to real change but they it will take time and say some women will never feel comfortable speaking out. ? >> i think it's really empowering the people are coming forward in the way they are.
i feel a little bit cynical in that i don't think it's necessarily going to change things overnight. >> in the meantime, people are writing letters of support to ford and planning solitary vigils. deputy attorney general rod rosenstein is releasing an exquisite report that suggests he wanted to record present trump in the white house. rosenstein contemplated secretly recording president -- the president in an effort to prove his unfitness for office. this reportedly happened last year after president trump fired fbi director james comey. in a statement, rosenstein calls the reports inaccurate and factually incorrect. new this morning at least 25 people in iran are dead. after an attack at a military parade. a gunman dressed in guard uniforms started shooting in
the area where military and police commanders were sitting. after the attack, the foreign minister said, yvonne holds -- iran holds these people accountable. islamic state group and members of a government opposition group claimed responsibility. yvonne state -- iran state media says all the gunmen were killed. one of the latest victims was an only man. his body was found in a submerged dekalb truck in south carolina. 3000 people living along the lynches river have been ordered to evacuate. that river could reach record flood levels late today or early tomorrow. south carolina's governor says preliminary estimates put the damage in the state at $1.2 billion. as the destruction in north carolina is even worse. the governor says damage there is in the billions.
floodwaters are bridging a dam in wilmington, north carolina. that dam was holding back water from a power plant. but as a result of the breach, there is now the threat of toxic coal ash flowing into the cape fear river. in fact, a spokeswoman for the york -- local utility says it was possible that ash was escaping from the facility and flowing into the river. they are moving large stones into place to try to plug in homes -- holds. -- plug in holes. posted 60,000 homes and businesses are still without power in many communities still flooded. say it could take weeks before electricity is restored. emergency crews also report that they have made nearly 5000 water rescues since florence hits. it is 9:11. a family of four has to find a place to stay after a fire inside their apartment. it started on centennial drive. the fire started from an ac
unit in the back room. two adults, two children were able to make it out safely. >> they were the original reporting party. the fire, they woke up to smoke and flames inside their apartment unit. they were able to evacuate immediately. >> surrounding units were also evacuated. nobody was injured firefighters have that under control in 20 minutes. the family is being helped out at the red cross. two has cooled football players are hospitalized with what is being described as tremendous -- traumatic injuries. the other players suffered a back injury at the game at freedom high in oakley. fire battalion chief says both players were rushed to join her medical center -- rushed to that medical center. -- the medical center.
>> we hope the best for those two boys. a man and his dog are recovering. >> we will tell you about the injuries they got from a freeway shooting on interstate 580 and oakland. we will have more on the progress investigators say they've made so far in tracking down the suspect. another tech giant is distancing itself from alex jones. coming up, paypal's decision to drop in the wars when we come back -- info wars when we come back.
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>> ♪ he is agent hero >> good morning to you. starting the date with a little jukebox hero. this one requested by matthew. giving you a live look here at a beautiful start. we got a mix of blue sky and low cloud cover out there. it is beginning to burn away. we are looking at mostly sunny guys any cooled down for your weekend. i've got the deets coming up. the a's are hoping their success on the field this year will translate into success at getting a brand-new ballpark. they held a state of the a's talk. the president says the organization is still looking at two options. power terminal or the current
coliseum site. he is optimistic that they will have a location and an economic deal at the end of the year. a's have offered to buy the coliseum land for $136 million but have not heard back from the city on their asking price just yet. tomorrow is her last regular season game at home. in reports as many food companies that promise to use caged -- cage free eggs have not made the switch yet. surveyed 100 different restaurants and manufacturers who promised to go cage free. only 27% of them have reported any progress in reaching that goal. many of the other companies the client is a whether or not they made the switch. another major tech company to the list of big names distancing themselves from a controversial right-wing commentator. paypal announced it would stop working with conspiracy website infowars.
they had been involved with the online business, which sells nutritional supplements as will as conservative branded merchandise. apple and other companies recently parted ways with alex jones, saying his content was offensive and promoted hate. airlines are getting high- tech. facial recognition will be used at several checkpoints at the atlanta hartsfield jackson international airport. they can use the technology to check in an board customers must enter their information displayed on the passport during online check-in if they want use that new technology. delta is going to officially unveiled at featured next month. on this first day of fall, you got a chance to enjoy the great outdoors for free today. national public land states, admission is free. the monuments and forests here in the bay area.
attractions include the east san francisco maritime historical park. this is the 25th year of public lands they. celebrating the connection between people and that green space in our community. as part of the public wednesday, -- lands day, cleanup is being held. activities include trimming some vegetation, removing litter, and maintaining the trail hike. volunteers are asked to meet at the mitchell canyon staging area. right now, 9:00 shop this morning. they will spread out to different areas of the park before returning for a big group lunch. the fall season officially begins. local environmentalists are looking forward to the days ahead. follow foliage is arriving on time. they are expecting to see traditional bulk of -- fall colors.
these are beautiful shots. >> like new england. -- >> that continues through november. suspect that chile weather. we had a little bit of it this week. it makes me a little dizzy. >> beautiful, but i'm entranced in that's been there. we are going to cool you down for the first weekend of fall. we get into the first week of fall. temperatures, for today, along the coastline, in pacifica, in the 60s. the cooldown again yesterday along the coast and inside the bay. inland communities, depending on where you work at the inner east bay, a whole lot like thursday. going into friday. a view of storm tracker 2. there's the system providing us with the cooldown, even bringing a little bit of wet weather near areas like
washington, oregon. for us, it's the cloud cover, the onshore breeze, and the, air mass that is moving in as we speak. having you a view there of some of the blue sky that is beginning to appear over the inner east bay. over our higher elevations like the santa cruz mountains. you've got a little bit of blue mixed in within that fog there. inside the bay, along the coastline, north bay, we still got it pretty good. widely covered, i will say. 63 degrees right now. in walnut creek. 53 of your area, san francisco and into the south bay. 59 outside your door. san jose. the winds are generally light. for the inner east bay, we are enjoying some sunshine at this point. 66 in any operator. 61 in almo. as well as black hawk. as we get into the afternoon, pleasant weather. we're looking at a upper 60s for south toledo today. chili cookoff going on. low 80s for areas like sonoma, petaluma, santa rosa, getting into the end her east bay -- inner east bay, low 70s afternoon. 72 in oakland.
jack london square, mine stroll there. 85 saratoga. 72 by the water. santa cruz under mostly clear skies. nice and mild. on the peninsula, upper 70s in redwood city. 64 degrees in san francisco. 70 san bruno. a little cool and cloudy at the coast, pacifica and half moon bay. here's a look at what you can expect as you go to see the a's play. 65 degrees at game time. 6:05. about 10 miles per hour. continuing to call into the evening hours. during a long jacket just in case. -- ring along a jacket just in case. -- bring along a jacket just in case. a little breezy in the afternoon., be a little gusty at times. if you're heading there for your today a off -- two-day day off. temperatures will continue to cooldown. getting into sunday. a few more degrees. we bounce back on monday.
90 degrees for our inland cities. and then it's hot. mid to upper 90s. tuesday, wednesday, mid-80s around the bay. we've got some great beat -- beach weather. back to you. >> thanks, rosemary. vaping in middle school and high school is on the rise. >> we let you know about the increase in teens vaping with e- cigarettes. tech companies rbp -- beefing up their security. the new fencing being installed at one e-commerce giant. ♪ flintstones! meet the flintstones. ♪
was in response to a particular threat. construction should begin in november with the finish early next year. expect some pretty big crowds at apple stores. new iphones and apple watch went on sale yesterday. the phones were released friday morning. people camped out at apple stores all across the bay area in order to be the first to have the iphone xs. they have a larger display, faster speeds, an camera than the older iphones. when apple fan said he was worried the phone would be too big for him to hold but was presently surprised once he picks one up at the store. >> it's not as big as i thought, which was a good thing. i thought it was going to be too big. >> it's just bigger screen, more resolution, beautiful. >> that was at the union square store. apple ceo tim cook surprised a number of shoppers at the company's flagship store in el alto.
fans had a chance to take some selfies and scoop up the phones, which are pretty incredible. if your worried about someone ruining your credit, you can freeze your credit at no extra charge. as of yesterday, you can freeze your credit for free. freezing your credit report makes it nearly impossible for identity thieves to open up accounts in her name. charlie moore told us he recommends everyone freeze their credit with this free -- the three main credit bureaus. all right. not freezing outside, but it was a cold morning. let's check in with rosemary on the things for the weekend. >> we do have the clouds out there, but the are beginning -- they are beginning to erode. present weather in the forecast. cooling trend will continue for the rest of us, getting into your saturday afternoon. the system that is going to bring us a little bit of a cooldown into your weekend has been moving through and is bringing in wet weather.
for us, it's the low clouds, the onshore breeze, the, air mass. again, that cooling trend began yesterday. 87 degrees right now in oakland. 55 in nevada right now. as we get into the afternoon, low 60s at the coast. 64th san francisco. low and mid 70s around the bay. upper 80s to near 90 degrees. here's a look at your extended forecast. even a little bit colder as we get into your bay area sunday. we warm it up as we get into the extended test. back to you. thanks for joining us this morning. of course, we will have the latest news development at ktvu, ktvu.com, and our website as well. >> we will move to the plus. it's the fox mlb pregame show. 10 am, it's the giants and the cards. have a great day and we will see you on the plus in just a few minutes. >> ♪ going anywhere
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