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dollar repairs, san francisco salesforce transit center is partially reopening today. we live in san francisco until about the plant and way to get it fully operational again. from ktvu fox2, this is mornings on 2. we are about to mayor, july 1. >> good morning. how does it go outside weatherwise? >> perfect. my job is done. >> we do have a perfect weather if you like fog, low clouds. there's onshore wind for some. a marvelous monday morning. lovely lake county in the first day of july. partly cloudy, light west breeze. hi about 85-86. fog for some, notable horrors holds a nevada. oakland has been stuck at 59.
santa rosa 52. city at 54. below average even though jim came in above. the last week of june was very cool and first for five days are going to be similar as well with temperatures winning below average because of the slow which has been parked there for about a week continues to turn offshore that is sending in high clouds, keep the onshore breeze in place and temperatures are slow to recover and water temps went down. 52-53 in san francisco buoy, if this is your kind of weather this is your kind of week because temperatures are not going far. most morning due to low cloud deck and onshore wind still in place and cost about 30 out of travis now southwest the 20 and will not going anywhere until after thursday, 60s, 70s.
good news or more issues? >> good news. i will qualify that. good news if you're in the bay bridge of that short commutes. not great news if you're coming in from tracy because that is still going a new problem there to tell you about. this is westbound 588. malt feel. was involved in a crash. left lane is blocked and ambulance is on the way to the scene. it extends two westbound 205 in tracy. west of their let's show you he would, fremont area, some problems as well. this is an injury crash in the same area were we told you earlier about a grass fire in that area. not sure what may have caused the crash, maybe a distraction from the fire but something to be aware of. also looking at the final grade in fremont. things look good. it did show a lot of sewing on
84 and 682 but once you get here things open up again. bay bridge toll plaza recovered pretty well compared to what it look like an hour ago. traffic moving again. happening today san francisco salesforce transit center is finally open again. it's been closed for nine months because of cracks found in two steel support beams. elissa harrington is in san francisco now to give us a closer look at the new and improved transit center. >> reporter: good morning. i think the most important thing people need to know is there's no bus service yet even though the transit center is open will no bus service but you can check out the grand hall or to the rooftop garden. surrounded by flowers and trees from all over the world. this is flowers from the cape floral region in south africa. you're invited to do tai chi on
the central lawn in the surrounded by skyscrapers, different tech companies. all sorts of fun things to see appear. we've seen jogging and taking in the sights. the doors opened at 6 am. i want to see more video from inside and tell you what you need to know. no bus service yet. operators are going to training, fighters need to be given enough time to know about when their buses will come and we did see people doing maintenance on the bus deck. local bus service will begin service sometime in early july. ac transit transparent west line and greyhound and west can't link start later this summer. transit center shutdown weeks after open because some cracks were found in two beams over fremont street. those beams have been repaired and an independent review of the facility to make sure it is actually safe to the board of
the trans-bay had said they are pleased to welcome people back and they apologize for the inconvenience. all the checks have been done, have not found any other issues with the facility. they want to invite the public back to come inside and take a look and there are installations they will bring in food trucks this morning but the bus service doesn't begin for a few more days. if you get your water from east bay mud you will start paying more beginning today. east bay mud board approved a 6.5% increase in water rates for this year and another 6% rate hike next year. east bay mud assist average customers will pay less than four dollars more per month. the water district says it needs the higher prices so it can upgrade 4200 miles of pipes and continue maintenance on reservoirs, storage tanks and water treatment plants. today is july 1 a number of new laws going to affect today. price of gas will increase. to
increase as part of the 2017 law that raises more than $5 billion a year for road improvement in public transportation projects. in november of order shutdown proposition to report the law. proponents of the loss of the monies needed for repairs but critics argued increase is too much for some people to pay. what you will have is a car repair bill versus a gas tax bill. car repair bills are way more expensive. >> what are you going to do? wicked hybrid, bicycle come i don't know. >> the increased tax revenue is the fact that up. overall california will be paying more than $.47 per gallon in gas taxes alone. to places the average price of a gallon of gas station white is $2.70, dream for us in california because our state has the highest statewide average at $3.76. highest average in the state
and country is and sellers of vista where gallon of regular goes for four dollars a gallon on average. over the week and hundreds of people attended a fundraiser near sacramento for the family for the fallen sacramento police officer tara o'sullivan who grew up in the bay area. the owners of the dreamy but brewery in elk grove held the first cars and canines car show raising money for the terra o'sullivan memorial fund. officer o'sullivan was killed earlier this month will responded to a domestic violence call. organizers of the fundraiser is a classic car owners from across northern california were happy to help her family. when we planned this we're hoping for 25 cars and right now we are at 125 cars and it's overwhelming. i'm so grateful to the community for coming out. it means so much to us and to her family. the fundraiser was organized to benefit the elk grove police k-9 association
however the association is all of the donations go to officer o'sullivan's family. san francisco celebrated its 49th annual pride parade this week in. 100,000 people lined the streets and politicians who drove and walked at market street from the embarcadero to the castro district. this year's theme was generations of resistance. people we talked with said it felt like a huge party celebrating gender and sexual diversity. one woman told us the pride parade should serve as a reminder that the fight for lgbtq rights continues. i have one family member asked me what is the end goal? what are you trying to achieve? a day when nobody has to come out. nobody has to say mom, dad, i'm , do you still love me ? the code of spectators include people who say there have been going to the parade for years. people who talked felt like a party that was filled with it.
there was one major delay in the parade after 10 protesters linked arms and lay down on market street right on the parade route for nearly an hour. they were upset that police they didn't like what they called greedy corporate sponsorship. officers took two people into custody in the parade resume. some of california's top politicians want more protection for the rights of lgbtq people. governor gavin newsom, nancy pelosi and senator kamel harris were among those at this weakens pride festival in san francisco. 's talked about her past record on rights including when she refused to defend prop eight and discipline cords when she was the attorney general of california. as you know, 15 years ago weren't a lot of democrats on board with the police said no, civil unions not good enough.
we are going to perform marriages and that's what we did here in 2004. or than 100,000 people took part in yesterday's event. the other thing people are talking about warriors star kevin durant is leaving the bay area and he is signing with the brooklyn nets. he made the announcement yesterday on social media. kevin durant confirm. he will sign a maxtor with the on july 6. he 12 nba finals mvp awards and back to back championships in his three years with the warriors. we know clay is hurt. we know kevin is gone. the whole thing about looney maybe living as well. it's going to be difficult to see what happens. will they get another ring? i would hope so, realistically the i don't ask what happened. to rent will join on
saturday and with katie leaving the worst are working on the side entry door with the nets that would bring d'angelo russell two other nets players to the bay area. ross was second overall pick in 2016 and also with the nets this past season. russell is a restricted free agent expand you will sign a max for your $170 million contract with the warriors. set to make $70 million with the warriors. workers will get anything back the trade but they give up a protected first i picked to make the deal happen. as for klay thompson looks like he is staying with the warriors go he was reportedly had agreed to sign a five-year maximum contract worth $190 million. warriors fans will get to see clay on opening night. he tore his acl in game six of the nba finals. he's expected to miss most if not all of next season.
we are following a developing story in arizona. people working downtown phoenix been told not to come to work this morning because of an underground fire. our sister station in phoenix is reporting a utility worker died in the fire and a second worker was hurt. the two were working on an electrical vault when the fire broke out. at this point the fire is now affecting power service to downtown phoenix office buildings and that's why people are being told to stay away at least for now. of you this morning more than two dozen cars were vandalized over the weekend and one neighborhood. we will tell you where it happened and who the police are searching for now. by president trump takes historic for step in north korea but it will but will it release any progress? this is fred. he's dancing like nobody's watching.
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news this morning in hong kong. protesters take over the legislative body there and there are reports there's painting on the walls. protesters working in and out of the building. they smashed the way in. an incredible scene. some protesters reportedly stood on the desk of lawmakers and tore down portraits of legislative leaders. police appear have backed off to avoid a confrontation. of this follows a day of demonstrations marking the 22nd anniversary of britain's handing over control of hong kong to china. president trump is back at to north korea. president trump became the first sitting u.s. president to set foot on north korean foot. many people call that a made for television moment. berrettini joining us with
washington with more in their questions about the significance of that meeting. >> reporter: question about the significance and questions about what it means for negotiations going forward but the surprise drop in sent pretty much including north korea's kim jong noon and while it's not clear what will ultimately come out of it, this all began with the historic first step. it was hard to miss the magnitude of the moment when president trump stepped into north korea never before had a sydney u.s. presidents to the north korean soil. it was the third meeting for the two leaders who struck an unlikely personal rapport. what was supposed to be a quick hello turn into a full nuclear summit that when more than an hour. as for whether did the talks or any fruit the president was cautious. >> speed is not the object. we want to do a good deal, nobody knows how things turn out but this was a great day.
this was a legendary come historic day. north korea's state media declared the meeting an amazing event film critic susan president trump played right into kim's hands giving him source of positive publicity to use home. >> what progress we making at the same time the cost of the united states and allies is he's raising the profile going the strength of a dictated. >> it's the kind of high-stakes high-profile meeting the would expect from president trump to sims willing to gamble that his personal touch can payoff. >> at the end of the process north korea gives up its weapons that no one is going to complain about what happened today. but if kim doesn't give up his weapons people going to look back at a day like today and there's been other days like this and say these were missteps. >> reporter: we may have not seen the last of these historic minutes. president trump told reporters he invited kim jong un to the u.s. and he said that visits will happen when the time is
right to go for now though the two sides are expected to pick up the talks again later this month. a lot to go through as it fights work that the way forward. while president trump is the first sitting u.s. president to go to north korea, the presidents have been there after leaving office. former president ronald reagan, jimmy carter and blue clinton all have been to north korea. jimmy carter went there three times after leaving office was first trip was a 1994 trying to convince the regime to allow inspections at nuclear sites. bill clinton went to north korea at the request of president obama and 2009 to help free two reporters who were held hostage. 2002 president george w. bush went to the dmv at the label north korea part of an axis of evil. he asked us we use to slaughter two u.s. slaughters,
no wonder i think they're evil. after president trump's a visit in north korea most countries reportedly agreed to establish teams to resume these stalled nuclear negotiations. we had a major problem on the bay bridge. in the allie rasmus and and things started to unwind a bit? >> the commit there has recovered much better than it was just an hour ago. we will took on that in a second go first i want to show you other problems happening. this is crash we've been following grant line road multiple vehicles involved in the left lane was blocked that is creating congestion on the way back into tracy. also in the east bay southbound 880 at 238 there's a collision in the castro valley hayward area blocking the left lane. if i can extend the camera yes, there's another crash at mallory
as well. that's going to type your commute and the part of east bay and this part to lafayette traffic looks good. it's pretty open like this all the way to the caldecott tunnel. this is much better, more of a typical day bridge commute for this time of morning. car pulling lane note that at all. for everyone else it would take about 15 units. traffic is moving pretty nicely there. getting ready in a pattern for the first of july which was much like the end of june. even though junes temp became came in above average. the last week of june was on the cool side and first week of july looks to be similar because of that low right there. our good friend jim is at the sausalito harbor. mix of clear and overcast sky a little sausalito to start july.
solo clouds follows out by sfo mostly sunny and very little change it to tomorrow. items continuing below average so far. 60s, to 70s to 80s, they should be warmer than that. checking and 75 in santa rosa, should be closer to 84 in the city. too much in the way of low clouds. water temps went down, 52, 58 last week. san francisco we bounced between 53 and 54. both down about five or six. that's pretty impressive. onshore breeze continues. load churning to west of eureka. taps into moisture and higher clouds over us so that early sunday morning. almost looked like a front was coming in behind cloud deck. 50s on the temps. 54, 40 santa cruz mountains and
low mid 50s upper 50s towards santa clara. west southwest travis to 20, a little bit of an onshore breeze although and for some of towards travis. there's higher clouds they seem to be taking more aim towards north but close enough, low is not going anywhere until kicks out after thursday then we will see temperatures rebound. 60s, 70s and 80s. temperatures holding court in the below average category today. what about tomorrow? i don't see much change. it looks white for the next two days going into the fourth. quite pattern into wednesday, called her thursday then warmer inland temps. awarding out for parents this morning after a toddler died in three others got sick. details on how they were exposed to deadly bacteria. you may want to think twice
health tech the cdc is issuing a warning about a fecal parasite on the wise the summer especially in swimming pools. health officials say the parasite called credo can cause diarrhea and other intestinal issues that can last as long as three weeks. in both the parasite can be spread by swallowing contaminated water.
the cdc says most of the cases happen in public pools and pregnant women and children are among the hardest hit if infected. officials are advising people to stay out of the water if they might be ill and reminding everyone about the dangers of drinking pull water. health officials in san diego county say the fair there is still safe after young child died as others became sick after visiting the county fair last month. the child who died after contracting the alkali virus was two years old. he was hospitalized two weeks ago and died monday after complications stemming from the virus. the three other children who got sick do not have to be hospitalized. investigator see all four cases are linked to contact with animals. unfortunately when you do have livestock or animals there is a potential inherent risk. animals do relieve themselves it. e. coli is in the feces. small children unfortunately can step in it, walk in it and unfortunately they don't always wash their hands.
are not suggesting this is the case here but that's the possibility. the fair will remain open but officials have suspended any activities that would have people coming into contact with animals. today's the start of a new fiscal year that means new laws went into effect overnight. you tell you how much more people are now paying for gas and other modes of transportation will cost you more as well. hackers are exposing service could have the latest victims are coming from inside hotel rooms. buy one take one is back,
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by sweatshirts because they thought they were in for a warm summer. you know you should have a jack in the trunk all the time. golden gate is looking pretty gray. very first day of july. weather iscooler than what we expect for this time of year. let's begin steve paulson to explain what's going on. >> you were out where yesterday? >> livermore from three until five and we did not shed a drop of sweat. should be around 88 livermore, checking around 79- 80. maybe by the weekend temperatures will start to bump up. that was marshall tucker. good stuff. let's get to it.
the slow is what it was so nice to livermore and most of the locations yesterday. this is unseasonably strong to end june even though the heatwave engine skewed things a little bit. we were running above average because of the three or four hot days but after that we fed a cool pattern. that will continue into early july so look for low clouds starting to burn back. 60s, 70s and 80s. water temps came down, san francisco buoy that is called solo clouds in place, the system not going to do anything since and higher clouds once in a while so we can mostly sunny to partly cloudy when the clouds are over us. 50s and 60s on the thames. 51 napa. mid 50s, a few 40s beginning to bounce off lows and with the onshore breeze temperatures about the same as they have been the last couple of days which is 60s, 70s, upper 70s and also 80s.
allie is here. >> things have calmed down. things have recovered nicely from the earlier crash at the bay bridge toll plaza. will show you another problem in the south bay, not creating too big of a backup. north on 85 at unit. the crash appears to have been cleared but there's a lingering backup as well as on 101 at mckee in san jose. we want to check on the commute in the eastern part of contra costa county. this part of the east bay westbound 80 corridor down from richmond down through emeryville has taken a long time to recover from the earlier crash on the bay bridge. this is where the lingering backup still is. you will see from vista
indicator, the crash on the bay bridge has been cleared and all lanes are open but this is some of the lingering backup from that. there this morning you're going to like the notice of bump in gas prices the next time you fill up. we are live at walnut creek creek. gas tax went back up five cents per gallon overnight. >> reporter: it did. it's not gone into effect at this gas station we are at. this is a shell in walnut creek. we talked to a cloak of houses around 9:00 this morning she will get a call from the refinery and that's when they will change the prices. right now a regular gallon of gas here is $3.63. the 5.6 increase per gallon means drivers will pay about $45 more a month on gas. this comes after another $.12 per gallon increase in november 2017. the tax is part of a 2017 all
designed to raise $5 billion a year for road maintenance projects and public transportation. there was a republican effort to repeal the law last year but voters shot it down. according to aaa california has the highest average gas price in the entire country at $3.75. the national averages $2.71. one customer says he's coming up with other ways to avoid paying for gas. >> electric cars right now, this is the gas price i have. it's unpredictable right now. it's not even summer yet. >> reporter: according to the aaa website the least expensive isn't southern california's infertile county you can get gas for $3.58 a gallon. the most expensive is in this year him and alpine county and that is $5.09 a gallon.
also starting today tolls go up for the golden gate bridge. most tolls go up at $.35 including fasttrack and carpal lanes. they will pay $7.35 to cross the bridge. fares are going up on the golden gate ferry and transit bus. the toll in the fare hikes were approved last march and a $75 million budget deficit. other bay area transit agencies are raising fares on muni single ride catchphrase go up today by $.25 to three dollars and single ride using the clipper card now costs $2.50 per adult monthly passes on clipper cards are going up by $81 a month. the fares were going up on ac transit in alameda county, adult fares are going up $.15 to $2.50. if you use clipper cards you'll
get a $.25 discount. ac transit says these extra money to improve service and deal with the rising operational costs. form alameda county deputy is working in pinole as a police officer. josh a case with fired four years go for filing a false police report. according to the merck renew shavings was the middle of a divorce filed a false police report.'s home had been broken into. a neighbor told investigators they watched shavies break furniture inside the home. a database shows an officer with the same name has been hired as a police officer in the city of pinole. if you like to read more about the case we have the documents posted online for you at ktvu.com. two men were killed, five others are recovering after head-on runway crash on highway 24. we happened just before 2 am yesterday morning on westbound
highway 24 between the exits for fish ranch road and wildwood. both the driver and passenger in the car that was going the wrong way were killed. the five people in the car that was said they were rushed to hospitals with major injuries. the investigation continues. people in the city of american canyon are asking for your help. they want to find two men who vandalized 27 cars over the weekend. the man smashed windows and open unlock car doors still in cash, electronics and personal documents. it happened at the rancho delmar subdivision between 230 and 4:30 am on sunday morning. police say one suspect was wearing a hooded jacket. the other man was in khaki pants and a white t-shirt. if you have any information or if you have a home surveillance video of those men, call the police. a new state law takes effect today requiring the
release of police body camera video within 45 days of a critical incident. under this law it's when an officer causes death or great bodily injury or any time an officer shoots at a person. the law requires the release of the body camera video and audio recordings except in cases where releasing the video would interfere with the investigation. halting will join us later. we'll talk about efforts to increase police transparency. oakland mayor libby schaaf is about to join us in the studio talking about several issues including what she is doing to respond to the presidents threat of massive deportations and a new plan to house more homeless people in oakland. if you're heading to disneyland or disney world listen up, the park is offering passholders that can save you money. see what's coming up at the 8:00 our. good morning. coming up we are three days
of emeryville. >> that is something we've got to do more of. original approach to homelessness. we've got to give people the dignity and the help of housing and this has been a great worship not just with emeryville and we also worked very well with the berkeley but also with the state of california. this new cabin community and it's a double community plus a safe rv parking spot is on caltrans land. this is thanks to a new partnership with the state of california where the governor has been clear he wants to do more to help with the housing crisis. >> what can respect when the new community goes into action very soon? >> if you're driving on one of those freeway ramps you look down and you will see some these are upgraded cabins. you notice they are blue and red book we also are using some of our old original cabins for my very first site that already has been decommissioned for singles. we have found some people cannot work with the roommate
so this is going to be a new aspect of this cabin community. but it's going to house roughly 80 of our un-sheltered neighbors plus have room for some rvs and that is very exciting. we will start moving people on this wednesday and that's going to make a big difference especially for the neighborhood because part of it is once we create the community and invite the area of uncharted residence to come in and remember this is voluntary, but once they've done that we cleaned the area and restore it to a nice clean state. were met the people who were invited and declined the invitation, are they forced off the land they've been capping on? >> they are. we help. we do not criminalize anyone or arrest them. we do not find them. we will assist them to move somewhere else but what we have found about cabin communities different from a traditional shelter is basically 90% of those who are offered a cabin take it. it is private.
has a locked door, a place to keep your possessions securely during the day and we invite the whole community that's already formed bonds to move as a whole. it is in the same neighborhood where they've already been accustomed to living and that is why we are finding a far higher acceptance rate of the cabin communities than traditional shelter. that's what's really exciting about this innovative model that's come out of oakland. >> reporter: is not a shoulder across town. is to drive around oakland on city streets, does the problem of homelessness, the number of encampments seem to be improving because todd i and many others this to list many if not more people living in tents under freeway overpasses than in the past year or two? >> i will be honest, it seems to be getting worse. while we've been successful at resolving some of the most large unsightly and unhealthy encampments, we certainly are seeing this problem growing. we are looking at some even
newer ways to address it besides just the safe rv parks and cabin communities which have been successful. we are looking to other cities of used sprung shelter so that something, like a giant tent that goes up. it has walls and dividers so it's almost like a shelter but it's when you can put up very quickly. hi >> reporter: before the ego last week where the president that mass deportation rights of people in the country illegally. you spoke to the residents of oakland saying that worry about what the president says and i have your back. the president has pulled back a little bit. what is your message to oakland acres who are here illegally now? >> let me be clear, i think people should always be worried about what the president says every day i worry about what this president says.
let's be clear, this is a threat he's carried out in the past. we know it in oakland when he deported a lovely family. maria mendoza santos, the nurse at a public hospital never committed a crime. that's an example of the type of family that this president has threatened to remove from our country. >> reporter: what do you say to oakland is today? >> i say i have your back. we are sanctuary city and let us be clear about our values. the american values, the idea that people who are persecuted can seek asylum in our country and we welcome immigrants who come here to make a better life for their families and that we believe we believe in families not ripping them apart, not putting children in cages. i believe that we have got to support efforts to try and reach bipartisan consensus on an immigration system that works, but absent that, we should absolutely resist just this cruel terrorizing rhetoric
and frankly activity from this president. it is inhumane. it is not what america stands for. >> reporter: then more than a year ago when you warned oakland acres with i.c.e. rates, would you do things to valley now? >> i don't need to. the resident want the entire country. it somewhat ironic that someone who is so critical of my sharing information with my community has now done the exact same thing except for on a national level. of course this man never ceases to amaze any of us with his blunders, his complete disregard of his own rules and certainly the rules of this nation. i don't need to warn anyone. he's done it for us, i do think people should take it seriously. i don't want people to panic. i don't want these acts of terrorism to paralyze are good families.
>> reporter: you are calling what the president is doing an act of terrorism? >> i believe what he is doing is terrorizing our families. that have members within their families that are undocumented that have been trying to seek asylum but have been stymied by the lack of representation and are clunky legal system and court system. i believe people need to know their rights. nor the responsibilities but also know that in oakland, california, we have a legal defense system that does provide help. encourage everyone to go to central they called the org. read about your rights. be prepared. >> reporter: before we have to ego every talked with police or immigration about this topic? >> i have not received any specific information that leads me to know there is an impending raid but i would tell
you my police chief is a very clear we are sanctuary city. that means our place will have nothing to do with any immigration raids. >> no, i have not heard anything. >> reporter: we can talk for an hour more. it's been wonderful. good luck to you. libby schaaf, thank you for joining us. let's get you out the door to where you need to go. allie rasmus is in today. >> the bay bridge is looking at it because there's no issue to tell you about, crash in westbound 80 at powell street. it happened between a car and truck on the right hand shoulder. it's been one of the more difficult commutes for over the past hour or so earlier that crash that was on the bay bridge before treasure island has been cleared. but there's been a lingering back up on the issuer frees way because when the crash was in
the clearing stages. if you look at highway 24 it looks okay exceptit is slow through orinda want to get to the cal cup panel things improve. you will see in this part of 24 near lafayette and walnut creek it is pretty open traffic moving at the limit. one area where ucf backup is the rich but told plus as he had toward san rafael and we want to show you the golden gate bridge because traffic moving smoothly come at this area rarely gets back up. but you do see a lot of fog and clouds. i personally love it. steve paulson, i know a lot of people enter the fog because it keeps people cool around here except for sarah. sarah is the outlier. anything under 85 and she is called. but that's not what we are looking at. if this is your pattern then you will like the way because i don't think change is happening until we can even that looks to
be normal. we are running below normal because of the load is spinning and jake mckenzie says it's a great morning. it will be on the cool side, the water temps came down, the low is responsible for not only a few high clouds, the onshore wind in place so we are struggling to get above veneer average for most. 50s on the thames for most. most locations of the fog is beginning to build back but is going to stick and stay on part of the coast so 50s, 60s and the low looks like it will make it move on thursday. 60s, 70s and low 80s, low average for this time of year and they will stay that way until thursday. looks warmer friday and into the weekend. still ahead, a small child is not letting spina bifida hold him back. coming up, how the two-year-old is now crawling around on his own thanks to an invention by
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>> reporter: there's still no trade agreement in place, but between u.s. china the two leaders have agreed to hold off an opposing any additional new tariffs while trade talks continue. on that news of the number is headed the opening bell rang this morning the s&p 500 actually hit an all-time high of almost 1% to 29 67. checking in the big board at the new york stock exchange, look at the dow jones up almost more than half of a percent. 179 points. the nasdaq also back to its april levels, 81 .01. airports around the world looking for high-tech solutions of growing problem of drones. the number of reports of drones disrupting operations at the world's biggest airports is on the rise. in december doing sightings out london's gatwick airport forced a three day shutdown and
stranded thousands of passengers at the peak of the holiday travel season. d drone is one of the many tech companies now developing systems that can detect drones and unauthorized airspace. the faa and other air safety agencies have responded to the drone problem by establishing new rules and regulations. internet facebook will make advertisements for jobs, loans and credit cards or tables for all users in an attempt to eliminate discrimination. previously as were delivered selectively to facebook users based on criteria such as what they earn, their education level and where they shop. facebook agreed to make the change as part of a legal settlement after the company was sued by the aclu and other civil rights groups. a new report said you may be at risk of being hacked was staying at a hotel. according to bloomberg hackers are targeting hotels and gaining access to your laptop
or cell phone to unprotected wi- fi systems. reports as major chains like marriott, and hyatt have been hit. one suggest and use your own data or your personal hotspot rather than rely on that free wi-fi. it is very tempting. they give that as a perk to frequent travelers, but it opens you up to hackers. disneyland making it easier if you have an annual pass to share the fund with a friend. from now until the end of the next month passholders can bite one day park ticket for one $99 for up to three friends. the tickets normally cost between 154 and $199 depending on the day of the week. the pass holder has to go into the park with the friend but you don't have to stay together the whole day. disney world in florida is offering a similar deal with slightly different prices and restrictions. a big shakeup for the
warriors. the lineup and be a star kevin durant is leaving golden state. coming up where he is going and the other warriors play her favorite who was also traded. thousands of people poured into san francisco over the weekend celebrating pride. we look at the big event and how some of the states top politicians are trying to protect her the rights of lgbtq people.
for the how much more you will have to pay and why. president trump takes a historic step on korean soil. good morning and welcome back. it is monday, july 1. temperatures are pretty comfortable. comfortable and below normal. good morning, mike. lots of gray out there in some areas at spurned off. some areas it's still owe off the oregon coast. that is responsible for colder temps. forecast on the left and below, livermore should be closer to 88 per.. next 3 to 4 days i think areas been cooler than normal maybe
the coolest they will be on the fourth as the low will finally begin to eject ellen but not for a few days. 60s, 70s and 80s. water temps came down. water is cold, we've seen 50s and 60s on the peninsula. upper 50s, low 60s. near the coast not much change in the. temps held in check by the low. 60s and 70s and low 80s. commute way better except for the one spot on the eastshore freeway. it is still slowing things down. this is westbound 80 at powell street. the two crashes at the bottom and left have been cleared. let's show you what we are talking about because this is a crash involving a sedan and box truck. it looks like a dump truck off on the shoulder. traffic still crawling along on the eastshore freeway. this is westbound 80 at powell. the entire westbound corridor has been slow over the past hour. 36 minutes to macarthur maze,
better than it was 20 minutes ago but still still going. want to get to the bay bridge toll plaza things lighten up especially in the cash and carpool lanes. southbound direction you will hit slowing as you approach taken. road. happenings today after nine month closure that salesforce transit center is back open but there is one catch. no transit service just yet. we have more on the story. >> reporter: good morning. the public can still come inside. they can check out the rooftop garden, that's where we are in the area where there are tables. there's games, a foosball table and behind me there are ambassadors and what they are doing is handing out pamphlets to people coming in and letting them know the hours and what to expect. here's some video of what we have been seeing this morning. workers are busy on the bus that. we saw them doing maintenance, making last-minute checksum repairs before bus service
returns. the public is allowed on the first floor which is the grand hall lobby. there's art installation and the passengers on site to give out information. second-floor is what's off- limits, the bus deck. the third floor is to rooftop park, that is open. local bus service which is merely in golden gate transit will be back sometime early this month. other bus lines are expected to return later this summer. the entire sales force transit center was shut down weeks after the kinship opening when fishes were found in still beams. repairs have been made. the source of the damage was identified ended independent review was done of the entire facility. the transparent joint powers authority operates the center and word is that it's welcome to help habits welcome people back the doors open at 6 am and we've seen a few bill coming to taking a walk. doing top park area is 5.5
acres so it's very large. there's an area where people can do tai chi and all sorts of flowers and the trees to check out. there's a cafi that is open and they are going to be bringing in food trip food trucks later on today. if you get your water from the east bay municipal utility district you will start paying more starting today. east bay mud board increased this year and there will be another 6% rate hike next july. east bay mud says that average customers will pay about four dollars more per month. water district says they needed to raise prices and get upgrade is 4200 miles of pipes and continue maintenance of its reservoirs, storage tanks and water treatment plants. many new laws are going is affect the price of gas is increasing by more than five cents a gallon. is part of a 27 law that raises more than $5 billion a year for road improvements in public transportation projects. in november voters shutdown of
a proposed. proponents of the law say the money is needed for repairs but critics argue it increases too much for some people to pay. what you going to have is a car repair bill versus a gas tax bill. car repair bills are more expensive than paying a few pennies at the pump. >> what are you going to do really? we get hybrid, bicycle, grocery cart, i don't know. increased tax revenue is divided up into a local and state governments. overall california are paying more than $.47 per gallon in gas taxes. to places the average price nationwide is $2.72 a gallon. california has a high statewide average, $3.76. hundreds of people attended the weekend fundraiser near sacramento for the family of the fallen sacramento police officer terry o'sullivan.
the owners how the first course in canine car show to raise money for the o'sullivan memorial fund. officer o'sullivan who grew up in the bay area was killed earlier last month of responding to a domestic violence call and organizer say classic car owners from across northern california were eager to help her family. when we planned this we are hoping for 25 cars and right now we are 125 cars. it's overwhelming and i'm so grateful to the community for coming out. it means so much to us and to her family. the fundraiser was originally organized but the sensation as all donations go to officer o'sullivan's family. seven cisco celebrated its pride parade this weekend. some 100,000 people lined the streets, they drove to the
castro district. this thing was generations of resistance. people we talked with along the parade route that it felt like a huge party celebrating gender and sexual diversity. one woman said it should serve as a reminder that the fight for lgbtq rights continues. i had one family member asked me what is the end goal? what are you guys to trying to achieve? a day when nobody has to out. nobody has to say mom, dad, i'm , do you still love me? >> the crowd of spectators including people say they've been going to the parade for years and others who said they've never seen anything like the parade celebration. there was one major delay in the pride parade after 10 protesters arms and lay down on the street for about an hour. they said they were upset police were present and said they didn't like what they called greedy corporate sponsorship. officers took two people into custody and the parade was in. some top politicians,
governor newsom, nancy pelosi and senator, harris were among those at this weekends pride festival in san francisco. senator harris watching yesterday's parade before speaking on the main stage. she spoke of her past record on rights including when she refused to defend proposition eight at the screen court when she was california's attorney general. >> as you know, 15 years ago went a lot of democrats on board with that but we said no. civil unions not good enough. we are going to perform marriages and that's what we did here in 2004. with in 100,000 people were expected at yesterday's event. kevin durant is leaving the bay area inside and with the brooklyn nets. he made the announcement on social media guest today. he's confirmed he intends to sign them back still with the nets on july 6 you go he won two finals mvps and back-to- back championships in his two years with golden state. it's a tough year this year. we know clay is her. we know kevin is gone.
it's going to be difficult to see what happens next year. will they get another drink? i would hope so, realistically i don't think it's going to happen. grant will join irving and deandre jordan and siding with the nets went free agency starts on saturday. it would be d'angelo russell to the bay area. second overall pick in 2015 and i'll start with the nets this pastor. russell is expected to sign a four-year $170 million contract with the words. angela wagner is leaving the war years. he was set to make $70 million but the warriors will get anything back in the tree but they give up a pet take the first round pick to make the deal happen. looks like klay thompson will remain with golden state workers. he's agreed to sign a five-year contract worth $190 million. golden state pants will get to see thompson play on opening night. he tore his acl wreck in game
six at the nba finals and expected to miss most of next season. a lot of changes for the warriors. some reciprocal more and more people are heading to the the pole to pole up but there's a morning today about a nasty illness. what doctors are warning us never to do when we go swimming. a look at a historic day in the dmz.
we continue to monitor a development story in arizona. people who work in downtown phoenix are being told not to come to work this morning because of an underground fire. part of what you can see above ground here. reporting when utility worker died in the fire and the second worker was hurt. the two are working on a lexical vault when the fire broke out. the power service has been affected by the fire in downtown phoenix office buildings do not have power for the most part. that's why people are being urged to stay away for now. protesters in hong kong have protesters smashed we and spray- painted slogans on the walls
others stood on the desk of lawmakers and tore down portraits of legislative leaders. police offers appeared to have retreated in hopes of avoiding confrontation. this follows a day of transportation morgan the 22nd anniversary of andover of hong kong the former british colony to china. president donald trump is at the house this way after the 20 summit an impromptu visit to northway. the president trump became the first sitting u.s. president to set foot on north korean soil. >> reporter: this was a surprising to everyone including kim that we don't know what will come out of it this all began with an historic first step. he was hard to miss the magnitude of the moment when president donald trump stepped into north korea. never before had a sitting u.s. presents to the north koreans well. it was the third meeting for the two leaders who struck up an unlikely personal rapport.
what was supposed be just a quick hello turned into a full on nuclear summit that when more than an hour. as for whether talks for any for the president was cautious. >> speed is not the object. we want to see if we can do a comprehensive good deal. nobody knows how things turn out but surely this was a great day. a very legendary historic day. >> reporter: north korea statement he declared the meeting an amazing event viewing critics who said president trump played right into kim's hands giving him sorts of positive publicity to use them. >> what progress are we making? at the same time the cost of the united states and allies is he's raising the profile going the strength of a dictator. >> it's the kind of high-stakes high-profile meeting would expect from president trump who seems willing to gamble his personal touch can pay off. >> if at the end of the process north korea gives up the weapons that no one is going to complain about what happened today. but if kim doesn't give up his
weapons people going to look back at a day like today and there's been other days like this and say these were missteps. >> reporter: we may not have seen the last of bases toward meetings. president donald trump says he invited kim jong un for talks in the u.s. and expects him to come when the time is right. the first state budget signed by governor newsom takes effect today. most budgets provisions going to place a will other news services will be funded until january. the state budget deficit budget includes more spending for education, health insurance subsidies and more paid family leave and includes $21.5 billion surplus. the governor hold the notes conference later today to talk about the provisions to address the state's high cost of living. trim and state law goes on to affect today that requires a background check for people who want to buy ammunition in california. it will cost buyers a one dollar processing fee each time you buy bollards or shotgun shells, background checks take about 10 days.
enjoying a morning off, allie rasmus had her hands full and the 5:00 hour because of the paper it's. what is the story? >> the crash has now cleared so things have recovered. we will show you a second but we want to tell you about another problem in the city. the crash. the new problem is northbound 101 at third street, four vehicle collision in the city and no one was injured but be aware of that if you're drive takes you into the city in that direction. on the peninsula in san mateo we have one rain closed on east 92 alameda this focus, aggressively or involving a flood bed trailer with an excavator who is taking them and while to get that food out of the way. on the san mateo bridge it is stop and go traffic as you make your way over from the east bay to the peninsula. at the bay bridge it's pretty much typical for this time of
morning. be a 20 minute delay to get on the spent. carpool lanes click okay. are patterned to start lies on the cool side. i don't see much change until the weekend. temperatures will start warm-up but we are not looking for excessive heat. if you like to call than you can think that low. if you don't like it then you can blame the low. that continues to bring a moisture and onshore breeze and keep heights over us. jetstream on the lower side real temperatures below average. inland temps this time of year doesn't take much to get to 80s but there are a few in the upper 70s they should be warmer than that. you can see higher cloud getting caught up in the base of that sometimes they swing through come had a band come through his sunday morning, look cool there, almost a winter system but that can happen here in this kind of a pattern. lake abaya 52.
they are right where they should be. san francisco buoy 54. they should be 58 so that is for below than about 57, 58 from pacific grove around santa cruz, monterey so there a little bit low and that's cool water. and in most locations beginning to make the move into six days but a lot of 40s in the santa cruz mountains. 50s and 60s around the santa clara valley. higher clouds taking in more towards summit county and mendocino lake county. low is not leaving until thursdays so 60s, 70s, low 80s, a below average for this time of year and transfer the fourth of july looks to be on the cool side. after that we can to see a pop- up in temps. here's a reminder to download your ktvu weather app. also an easy feature to upload your weather photos and videos.
especially in swimming pools. officials say the parasite can cause diarrhea and other intestinal issues that can last as long as three weeks. the bacteria can be spread by drinking contaminated water. pregnant women and children are the hardest hit if infected. officials are advising people to stay out of the water if they might be sick and reminding everyone about the dangers of drinking pool water. the fair is still safe after young child died in three others became six after visiting the county fair last month of the child who died after contracted e. coli was two years old. he was hospitalized after visiting the county fair two weeks ago and died monday after complications standing stemming from the venture. three other children who became sick do not have to be hospitalized. all four cases are linked to contact with animals. the fair will remain open but it has suspended activities where people may come into contact with animals. europe is a experiencing a staggering heat wave.
this is what it looked like at the vatican were temperatures near the triple digits. people gathering for the hopes sunday prayer service tried to cool down anyway they could. visitor say they are taking the heat and stride. you take a lot of breaks with water. we visited there's a lot of free water in realms we've been taken advantage of that as well. is when fire crews continue to work on a 10,000 acre wildfire that broke up last week. it's burning in the region outside madrid. a pile of manure were self combusted in the heat and spark this massive fire. more than two dozen cars vandalized. who police are looking for. a number of laws going into effect today. we are going to check on your commute in the self-paced redhead thinks of all looking
pretty good. there's a problem to tell you about on the peninsula. meanwhile here's a look at your drive on highway 24 through lafayette. traffic moving at the limit. fog or son, the fog will head back to the coast and hang out for parts. temps really are struggling to get to average. looking at that coming up.
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we will get to the monday morning commute but go back to steve paulson and a look outside. a lot of gray behind you. i think we will see that most of the week. there's a pretty strong low for this time of year. if it was any time it would be cold and rain but the low this time of year is keeping her temperatures below average. actually very comfortable. only oakland is close within the degree, san francisco five below. should be closer to 80 degrees and it doesn't look like much is going to change this entire week. low continues to funnel in higher clouds, you get these come in, mid-level clouds, it's starting to lift northwards of favors more about santa rosa north. 52, 54 to 56 water temps went down. northwest wind on the coast.
50s for some, 60s for others. sunnyvale in there as well but around the bay it's 50s. 59 alameda. i think they're going to struggle today as the forecast is 52. onshore breeze of the fog in place and everything setting up for what let's to be not only today but most of the week on the cool side. 60s, 70s and low 80s. traffic this morning brought to start with the peninsula because san mateo there's an ongoing problem on eastbound 92. we mentioned it, one lane is blocked because of the crash earlier involving a flatbed trailer with an excavator taken a while for them to get that cleared up. southbound 101 at marsh road near east palo alto on the bottom of your screen. in san francisco not showing on
the map if you cannot see it to this view it's beyond this picture northbound 101 at third street a four vehicle collision. luckily no one appears to be injured but be aware of that as you approach 101 towards the 80 split. thinks you look fine. 280 in san jose, a little bit of slowing as you pass downtown san jose. poll plaza toll plaza is okay. usual traffic heading towards san rafael. we will be paying more at the pump starting today because of an increase in the state gas tax. a few cents more per gallon really adds up over time. >> reporter: it really does and we talked to some people out here who say even though it's couple dollars extra a month, they still aren't very happy about it. gas tax has not gone into effect at the shell station just it.
the manager tells us around nine, 9:30 they will get a call from a refinery and that's when they will add the price and and the tax. the increase is part of a 2017 law designed to raise $5 billion a year for road maintenance projects and public transportation. this post comes after another $.12 per gallon increase in november 2017. there was a republican effort to rebuild all last year but voters shot it down. according to aaa california has the highest average gas prices in the entire country at $3.75 per regular gallon. the national average is $2.71. this increase means drivers will pay about $45 more a month on gas and one customer says even that is too much. >> some people cannot do five dollars extra a month it. they can barely afford their rent or not at all. five dollars is a lot and adds up over time.
>> reporter: according to aaa's website the least expensive gas per gallon in california is in southern california's imperial county. that's about $3.58. if you go to alpine county that's where you can find california's most expensive gas per gallon tank that is $5.09. also starting today the toll on the golden gate bridge is going to. most holes including fast track and carpal rates are going up. fast track customers will now pay $7.35 every time they crossed the bridge. fares on the ferry and golden gate transit buses are going up. the toll and fare hikes were approved last march to help bridge a certified million- dollar gap. single white cash fares on muni are increasing by $.25 to three dollars cigarette use to set up a card now cost $2.50.
clip cards are going up by three dollars to $81 a month. first also increasing on ac transit in alameda county. adult fares are going up $.15. people using clip cards receive a $.25 discount. ac transit said they plan to use the extra revenue to improve service and address rising operational costs. a deputy is working in pinole as a police officer. josh shavies was fired four years ago for filing a false police report with another agency. we attained records and murkiness shavies was in the middle of divorce and filed a false police report. his home had been broken into but a neighbor told investigators that washed shavies brick furniture inside home. the database shows an officer with the same name has been hired as a police officer in the city of pinole. if you would like more information on the case where possibly full documents online at ktvu.com. two men killed and five others were injured after he had on runway crash on highway 24 in the window. it happened shortly before two a.m. on west 24th between fiss ranch
road and wilder road. with the driver and passenger in the car that was going the wrong way to kill. defy people in the car that was said were all taken to hospitals with major injuries. all lanes were blocked for several hours. asking for the public's help in involving two men who vandalize 72 27 vehicles. they smashed windows and open unlock car doors still in cash, electronics and personal documents and all happened in the rancho delmar subdivision between 230 and 430 yesterday morning. one suspect was wearing a hooded jacket and the other man was in khaki pants and a white t-shirt. they're asking for anyone with home surveillance video of the man to contact them. the search continues for a bay area man who has been missing at grand canyon national park. 66-year-old peter schwab has
been missing since friday. had been on a river trip on the colorado river and was last seen on a small beach downriver from the lower national canyon. he was going to hike to the narrows and national canyon. he has not been seen or heard from since. hiker who survived a week on his own the san gabriel mountains is in is back home and in good condition. eugene joe was hiking at the 8000 foot summit on mount waterman when he became separated from his group when he told his rescuers he drank water from a stream and stayed warm during the cold nights by staying close to rocks that were heated by the sun during the day. search teams including marin county were involved in that weeklong search. investigators are looking for clues to what calls of private plane to crash in texas. it was taken off sunday morning from the town and evason north of dallas it was only couple hundred feet off the ground when it started to roll to one side and lost power. it crashed into an empty hanker with the plane and building caught fire. we cannot confirm that there was an engine failure at this point. if there are any number of possibilities that could ever
and we are not in a position to speculate on those kinds of things. the names of the 10 victims have not been released. the hanker of the plane hit is badly damaged and still be examined for possible evidence that could help determine the cause of that plane crash. to the state of vermont 20 going national movement against e-cigarettes. a new flock takes effect that opposes a 92% tax on e- cigarettes and vaping products. it's in response to public health concerns with vaping on the rise especially among teenagers and young adults. last week synthesis copy and first major city in the country to ban the sale of e- cigarettes. teen usa in two wins away from becoming world cup champions. they must when that against england. three days away from fourth of july celebrations and we have no numbers showing what bay city errors are the dangers for drivers during the holidays. a check on the commute on westbound 80 the eastshore
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undocumented immigrants are waiting to hear what the president will decide when it comes to his recent call from mass deportations. democrats have one more week to work out in the sun until before i.c.e. reads could begin. i hope you are with us want to talk with her in the past hour and asked about the most recent threats. >> i do think people should take it seriously. i don't want people to panic. i don't want these acts of terrorism to paralyze are good families. >> reporter: you are calling what the president is doing an act of terrorism? >> i believe what he is doing is terrorizing our families that have members within their families that are undocumented and i have been trying to seek asylum but have been stymied by the lack of representation and are clunky legal system and
court system. i believe people need to know their rights, know their responsibilities but also know that in oakland, california, we have a legal defense system that does provide help. i encourage everyone to go to central lake l.org. read about your rights, be prepared. visit ktvu.com to see our full interview with mayor schaff. a new state law that takes effect today requires the release of police body cam a video within 45 days of the critical incident. under the law it's one officer causes death or great bodily injury or any time an officer shoots at a person. it requires alisa body camera video and audio recording except in cases where releasing the video would interfere with an investigation. the author of the lot will join as a studio coming up. we'll talk about other efforts to help increase one's parents
be. the traffic study show the fourth of july is now the deadliest holiday of the year. the national safety council reports there have been roughly 500 holiday traffic deaths on america's highways during the past 10 years. the worst areas for driving around the fourth, houston, chicago, san antonio, new york, jacksonville, florida, phoenix, dallas, detroit in here in california the city of los angeles. the research shows traffic deaths are directly tied to the growing number of drunk drivers out there on the roads. it's a holiday week. i would therefore overall traffic volume is lower today than what you are used to on a monday? >> it didn't appear to be probably cut because we had earlier problems on the bay bridge that have now been cleared but westbound 82 emeryville has still taken a while to catch up and recover from that because of some crashes that happened in the backup from the earlier wreck.
here's a look at you drive from the eastshore freeway and it will take you 29 minutes to get from the 2010 to macarthur maze. if you get to the bay bridge toll plaza doesn't look too bad particularly in the carpool lanes. want to get onto this it starts to clear up as well. san mateo bridge is about average for this time of morning. at least traffic is moving and no major issues to talk to you about. fog out there and no traffic trouble so we might have to have your windshield wipers on if you're going through that thick fog. steve paul will tell us about the weather. i think crystal is in the next couple of days. i think it will be some nights and mornings that the low is responsible for. coming in from the west southwest it drives moisture. to get higher clouds out of
that but the slow right there we can see starting to track a little bit closer towards the oregon coast producing scattered showers. there's a possibility of buildup. most looks to be up in oregon. mild to warm but below normal on the thames. mostly sunny. fog or sun and mostly sunny today, little change tomorrow. i don't see much change or alter about thursday which is very quiet and you can see higher clouds moving towards the cedar county but more upstream beginning to rotate around the base of the low degree consider that tapping into moisture so casey would get those and probably the three the next couple of days. bodega bay 51 is normal for the first 15 days of july for san francisco we should be a 58 so that's very cool and 57, 58 should cover for monterey they
are cool it. 5060s on the thames. berkeley, 56 city 55 and we are running 127 degrees cooler than 24 hours ago. said to rona rosa is -7 so it feels colder and there's a decent breeze and onshore so everything is in place for another day for thames struggled to get to near average and he probably will for the next couple of days. temps will start to kick up. 60s, 70s 80s on highs so if you like the cold in this is about as good as i can do for the first couple of days of july because we are running low average. looks warmer as we head towards or we can. relaunch installed nuclear talks. the last-minute meeting between president trump and north korea's leader. why gillette is recalling some of its disposable venous raisers for women.
was sued by the aclu and other civil rights groups. wall street seems like what is doing about trade from the g20 economic summit. this get to pam cook. no trade agreement in place yet between the u.s. in china but the two leaders did agree to hold off on imposing an additional tariffs of the trade talks continues. on the news stocks headed straight up in the opening bell rang this morning. the the s&p 500 hits an all time high about a percent to 29, 67, pulled back a little bit from there but still 29.62. as for the dow it's up more than .5%. 131 points, a live look at the board on the new york stock exchange. the nasdaq hit 8100, he pulled back a little bit up more than 1%. apple plans to have a new macbook pro, all of its i'm sorry, the mac pro was made in china instead of the u.s., the mac pro has been apple's only major device made in the u.s. but the wall street journal reports that is tony's
contractor will manufacture the $6000 desktop computer as production ramps up at a factory near shanghai. apple's reliance on factories in china has been an issue for the company as president trump has pressured apple and other companies to make more in the u.s. especially as trade tensions escalate. gillette recalling some of its disposable razors, the venus for women popular, the recall is for the venus simply three. the company says an error during manufacturing causes the blades to line up incorrectly and create higher risk of cuts. the raisers shown there, they are pink, yellow and purple and also come in packs of four and the daisy 12+1 bonus back, if you have any of those razors you should return them to the store. google maps extending its reach from highways and streets to subways and bus routes. the company says the site will be able to predict how congested your commute on public transit will be, the new feature will let you know if
there's standing room only on buses and trains or if there are any delays it's already available in several u.s. cities in the uk and google will rollout the future to 200 cities around the world. competing with things like ways, there are other apps so competition heats up they want to get the best information as we move around. disneyland is making it easier if you have an annual pass to share the fun with a friend. from now to the end of next month passholders can buy you one type park hopper ticket for $99 for up to three friends. tickets usually cost between 150 and $200 depending on the day of the week. the pass holder must go into the park with the friend but they don't have to stay together the entire day. disney world in florida is offering a similar deal with slightly different prices and restrictions. for over century shoppers and sense for school turn to
before the store close after filing for bankruptcy. >> you may be able to shop at thompson union square yet again. the new owners of gums is creating an online version and plans to have at least a temporary brick-and-mortar store by november. right now it would be difficult to have a permanent store because the vagrancy and homelessness on san francisco streets but they say there would love to return under healthier conditions. seven cisco joint ceo larry baer is due to return to work tomorrow after being suspended for three months. the giants announced this we can bear won't have the same level of power when he gets back toward. many ceo duties will now be divided up among other team executives. bear apologize for the incident and the team set bear participated in a counseling program. the u.s. women's world cup team is preparing for their match against england. english a plate of both teams have racked up gold throughout the tournament and when they face each other it will be a defensive battle.
u.s. says the u.s. team has been flexible and reacted to whatever strategies and maneuvers the other team and handed them. >> i think that in general our team has been able to adapt to what the game is given us and that includes myself and i been given different roles within the teams defensively and on the attack inside and all i would like to do is be able to execute that and i think i have. you can see all the action in tomorrow's semi final match between u.s. in england. the mad starts at noon right here. newscast moves over to ktvuplus. you can extend the watch party at superman park in san francisco. the party starts at noon. it is one of the more interesting sports, synchronized swimming still to come on the night. will introduce you to the team
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tells the history of northern california wine. the wine history museum and tasting salon open last month in oakville. visitors can get a look at the one making tools, some dating back to the mid-1800s and there's a wine tasting room where museum visitors get to enjoy napa valley's world- famous wines for and enormous inflatable themepark is up and running at fair oaks park and is being hosted by big bounce america. one ticket includes three hours of play on three unique attractions including the world's biggest bounce house. >> it's super fun, you can go under and on top. >> those areas where you can climb up and then there's a slide you can go down. >> the inflatable themepark is designed for all ages and even feature some adult only options
including a challenging route on the obstacle course for toy story 4 is at the top of the box office for the second reit week in a row. the horse equal and about comes home took second bringing in 20 million it's opening weekend. in arizona woman hopes to set a record when she climbs mount kilimanjaro later this month. laura morris says she loves hiking and she wants to inspire adults and children to find their passion in life. >> what i said to older people is, choose what you really want to do and don't let anything stop you. you want to keep yourself really fit and do what you want
to do. >> i love it, mentally, physically and emotionally. she says this will be her second time liming count milliman charro, she was 85 years old climbing count mount kilimanjaro. pushing for more transparency in law enforcement, we sit down with the bay area lawmaker who is changing when police body camera will be released. not something you see every day, ice covering the ground in mexico during the summer. the massive hail storm that swept through guadalajara. it was a packed weekend in the city by the bay with all the pride festivities. the giants were also in town. this is a live picture out at san francisco we can see the fog on to