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president trump posting what is being called the social media summit but the major social media companies were not invited. we will find out why. from ktvu fox 2 news, this is morning onto. >> thank you. it is thursday, july 11th. i am gasia mikaelian. >> good morning. i am dave clark . we have smooth ride in with a lot of fog, especially on the golden gate bridge and around the city and highway 1. yesterday was for everybody but not the case today with 50s and 60s, cooler on the overnight lows after muggy start to yesterday. it is suppressing the fall bank which is why it is so locked. bodega bay buoy at 57, average,
50s, 60s, 70s, 80s and low 90s. we have that on shore breeze, 68 in san francisco and it that verifies, that will be the warmest i temperature this july. they have not yet got over 67 degrees. yesterday was 67, livermore close and san francisco in san jose, running pretty cool. san jose, livermore, san mateo and santa rosa all bumping up a few degrees and we have system in the pacific northwest lifting out. that is injecting high pressure into the four corners and putting its stamp on the fall. 50s on the temperature was 60 for some already and you will see a big difference at 8:00 already at the peninsula. 50s with low 60s and the fog keeping the 60s on the coast as it kicks in for a couple of days. sunday money we cool down again with 60s, 70s, 80s with a few
90s. it looks mostly good. a little bit of slow traffic so let's start off with the richmond bridge approach to san rafael. actually, i started with the wrong thing so let's go back to the richmond bridge. we can go to the east or in a moment. the richmond bridge approach is backed up from west of the harbor out to the toll plaza. we were talking about the e short which is a bit of a commute on 80. 24 minutes is still pretty good with most of the slow traffic in berkeley transitioning into oakland. for the maze at another 20 minutes at the toll plaza. you can see the traffic will be okay. driving on interstate 880 it does look okay. east 14th street at san leandro boulevard in the east bay, avoid that area. there is a gas leak reported with a lot of fire equipment on the same. here's a look at the greater east bay and 586/680 not bad and 580 off to a decent start.
a wild chase in the south bay and at a home in san jose. this happened overnight on the 101 freeway. here's part of the chase caught jose airport with more what happened. >> reporter: good morning. this was a wild high-speed pursuit. we just received an update from the santa clara county sheriff's office and said the car was born roughly 50 to 60 miles an area and this is a 25 mile an hour speed zone. it appears the speedbump did nothing to slow down the driver. >> reporter: you could see that kara gann speeding through terminal a. the speedbump was not a problem whatsoever. the car goes airborne briefly before bottoming out. you can see sparks flying. this video was taken around midnight.
the witness said they were thankful no one was around and that there was like traffic because the car was going erratically, 50 to 60 miles an hour through terminal a before reaching a speed of 100 miles an hour. we understand the car continued for about 6 1/2 miles and eventually stopping near the southwest expressway. the people inside the car got out running and we know there were at least three of them. one suspect we believe was arrested and another was arrested as well, a teenage girl. we are not getting any information on the details around her arrest because they are juveniles. we do understand one person has been arrested and a third person was able to get away. at this point the investigation remains by the santa clara county sheriff department. they are working to get us more details. we originally heard that someone may have been bit by canine but that is unclear.
we are waiting for clarification but we know it was a high-speed pursuit through san jose and that three people were inside the car. authorities believe the car was stolen. when we get more information we will bring it to you, but very unusual to have a high-speed chase not only on the freeway but coming through the airport at mineta san jose international airport. the san francisco police want you to see the photo of the suspect car after two car burglars hit and ran down a tourist to stay in the parking lot at the legion of honor. it is a silver bmw with the damaged windshield. the tours from arkansas the car burglars and took photos of them while they were breaking into the cars at the museum parking lot. the suspect jumped into the bmw and around the tourist with the car causing a severe head injury. the police are checking photos on the victim's camera to see if they can help to identify
the suspect. and sal san jose firefighters are investigating the cause of the fire at a red lobster restaurant. we have new video into the newsroom showing smoke coming from the building on the almaden expressway in south center day. it appears to have started as a garbage fire and spread to the attic. the firefighters used a ladder truck to get on the roof to attack the flames and so far no word of injuries. san jose facing a lawsuit from people that want to block the city from building the navigation center at the embarcadero. they want to build the navigation center at the base of bright street and critics have formed a group, safe embarcadero. they say the center will draw the homeless to the waterfront. they say the port will not get far fair market value from leasing the land. we heard from richard, homeless, about the importance of the navigation centers. >> i've seen a lot of people getting housing and that is a
good thing. many people have been out here for years and years. some would use it and some won't. >> reporter: would you use it? >> me, it's hard detail. >> the supervisor says it will be temporary and that the city has followed all necessary procedures and that the state land commission will not have to hold the hearing. they want to open the center before december when the cold weather sets in. president trump is hosting a social media summit at the white house focusing on what the president claims is political bias against conservatives online. the big social media companies, facebook, google and twitter, were not invited. instead the president invited right-wing social media personalities and conservative policymakers. the white house says the president wants to hear from the social media users, including those that responded to the recent white house request for examples of alleged bias online. pg&e will hold a wild fire safety open house at the creek
and they were talk about the extended shuttle program, at the garden at heather farms. pg&e is disputing a report in the wall street journal that says it is known for years that the transmission towers in the area of the deadly campfire had to be replaced. the paper cites the internal pg&e report from 2017 that said the pg&e transmission towers had an average age of 68 years old. the oldest was over 100 years old. pg&e reportedly planned on overhauling the transmission lines in paradise six years ago's but instead of making the upgrades, they spent billions on the substations and other projects. >> in california where it looks like the same sort of mistakes that we made 50 years ago are having much more catastrophic effects now, we need to step up
the regulatory game, as well as step up the performance of the utilities. >> the federal judge overseeing the pg&e probation order the company to respond to every paragraph of that wall street journal report by july 31st. pg&e released a statement saying "although we don't agree with or support the journals conclusions week dollars that the devastation of the 2017 2018 wildfires made it clear we must do more to combat the threat of wildfires and extreme weather while hardening our systems. the people in the ridgecrest and trona finally have running water after the earthquake forced the region to shut down pipelines for almost a week. many homes and buildings suffered damage but experts say that the communities did not see catastrophic damage because most of those structures were built into the 1980s with the modern building codes. it is 7:09 am two groups
want governor gavin newsom to freeze the permanent drilling saying that the engineers have a major conflict of interest. the consumer watch dog and traffic tracker alliance say they uncovered forms showing regulators of personal investments in exxon mobil, chevron, bp, valero and other big companies. the group says almost half of the 2300 well permits issued in 2019 benefited the oil companies invested in by top agency officials. they're asking the governor the fire the top officials at the department of conservation division of oil, gas and geothermal resources. it is 7:10 am. there's a warning by doctors on a serious disease affecting children, coming up is the illness in the symptoms parents need to look out for. the drummer in the social warehouse fire saying what forced the jury to go home
it is 7:13 am. the oakland ghost ship warehouse fire and defendant derick almena will be back on the jurist and today. yesterday the jury was in early after an argument between the prosecutor and defense team, objecting to bring up an incident that occurred two years before the deadly fire. the prosecutors played the body cam video from the oakland police where he appeared to contradict an answer given and cross-examination. the prosecution is challenging the derick almena credibility repeatedly accusing him of making inconsistent statements. president trump holding a news conference this afternoon about the 2020 census and the
question he wants to add about citizenship. the supreme court ruling has banned the question for now. president trump said he may issue an executive order to get around the supreme court decision and the census bureau began printing the forms earlier this month. the president trump immigration raids could begin in only days resulting in the arrest of thousands of undocumented immigrants and the new york times says the immigration raids could start as soon as sunday. the immigration and enforcement raids said to be taking place for the removal of the people whose cases were heard and claims rejected. >> it will absolutely happen and there are approximately 1 billion people in this country with removal orders, the pool of those going through the due process chain. >> this is the fundamentally
flawed system systemically separating families and engaging in human rights abuses on u.s. soil. >> the department of homeland security in the meantime is reporting a drop in apprehensions along the border. it is 7:15 am the former camp for oral field workers in texas now the government news center for detaining migrant children. about 225 children are held at the site at carrizo springs texas and they plan on having as many as 1300. it opened two weeks ago to help alleviate the conditions in the operating centers which often lack access to food, showers and proper medical care. >> this facility is about unification. we immediately begin the process of finding a sponsor for that child once they are turned over to the hhs. >> there is six hours a day of classroom instruction, access to the arts and crafts, three meals a day and access to call
centers to reconnect with their families, as well as legal services. today a group of oakland city leaders joining cyclists and celebrating the citywide bike plan. the council approved the proposal and including outreach efforts to encourage more people to ride their bikes around oakland. they will partner with local organizations, host community workshops and conduct surveys about the positive and negative biking experiences. tonight in oakland supervisor nate miley will host a community potluck to promote the pilot program focused on stopping illegal dumping. they will update the public on the progress made and the supervisor says the report on the new statistics and including citations issued for illegal dumping. the program calls for more patrols and security cameras. the potluck is open to the public starting tonight at g street and 90th avenue. >> that sounds good.
is everybody behaving for you on the roads? >> yes, they are. i'm just looking around and i am looking for a fire in berkeley just called out on alcatraz avenue. kevin is looking forward on the camera. we are seeing if we can find it. it is not the smoke in the back, and that would be to the right, kevin, if you're listening to me. alcatraz avenue is in this general area right here. i don't see anything big happening which is good news. the fire department is on the way, so be careful. that is alcatraz avenue near king street. let's move along and take a look at the other commutes. the traffic will be slow on the richmond-san rafael bridge. if you're driving out toward the toll plaza at the richmond- san rafael bridge, no major issues with traffic continuing to be okay over to san rafael. the bay bridge toll plaza backed up for 20 minute delay
and no problems on that actual span. it is quite on the nimitz freeway so far with traffic looking pretty good with no major issues. right now would also look at the south bay commute which is getting busier and especially in mountain view. it is 7:18 am and a little bit foggy right now. >> that's correct, yesterday everyone had low clouds and fog but that's not the case today. inland out of the gate with sunshine but we do have some the dog. good morning and saying the shorts are on for moving into the new noe valley high-tech and congratulations. invites to do it in a normal july. we were talking about trader joe's when i go into trader joe's at and all valley they asked me what am i doing here. congratulations and i noticed all the construction. 50s and 60s on the temptress, but call 56 and moraga set 57
and 56 at pittsburgh. el sobrante in there and a little bit cool and else rita at 56. santa rosa at 54 and 61 at san jose. we should warm up quickly. 51, 56 and 57 for water temperatures but normal for this time of the year. temperatures inland moving up to near 90 for some. san jose and livermore, oakland, redwood city and fremont in the 70s with a few mid to upper 80s. pacifica and half moon bay looking for 60s. the low in the pacific northwest bringing seattle and portland some rain kicking out with the high at the four corners building in. each day we are warming up with friday and saturday into the warmest days but not looking for record highs. another low dropping in on sunday and monday. the people go on with a break and the high winds over the next few days. we have an onshore breeze in place but not that strong but
the fog is certainly there the coast and bay. 50s and 60s on temperatures with most locations running cooler than this time yesterday, 2 to 5 degrees. sfo airport -5 compared to yesterday. 59 and 63 at you qaeda in sacramento. truckee hit 81 yesterday and 87 rare for tahoe and truckee but the next few days it looks like 80s will be the norm. we have seen the high in the four corners building in which into the monsoon beginning soon. not full-blown yet but we do have signs it is beginning to show itself. 60s, 70s, low mid 80s to a few 90 degree temperatures in the santa clara valley. tomorrow i don't think there will be much change on the lows but the highs, again, topping out in this area and about the same on saturday. the cooldown kicks in saturday continue into early next week. it is 7:20 am.
the hurricane watch and we jenna with a tropical system gaining strength and those in that area already dealing with major flooding, and when the hurricane could make landfall. it looks like a common cold for the south bay child but much more serious. the advice from this young boy's parents as they hope to prevent others from experiencing a similar tragedy.
a serious disease affecting children, acute flaccid myelitis which is similar to polio. it affects children by creating the weakness in the arms and legs, and it can progress and respiratory problems so severe that the children need a ventilator to breathe. the doctors are not sure what causes afm but they believe it could be a virus. so far they don't know how to treat or prevent. a couple from elk pitas has a warning after their son died suddenly from what appeared to be rare virus similar to the common cold. the nine-year-old, train 20, complaining of feeling weak, and he became confused and disoriented. his parents rushed him to the emergency room. after several hours in the hospital he died from brain swelling caused by the rare virus. >> even the healthiest kids could die or get the virus.
>> the parents say they're sharing the grief over there son's death and warning parents that even the smallest symptoms could be something serious. here's wildlife service withdrawn the plan to drop one point five tons of poison to do with the mouse conditions and they asked the agency for more info or mason on the impact of wildlife at the meeting yesterday. conservation is say the 2900 pounds of poison will kill the seabirds breeding on the islands in urging for less toxic measures to deal with the mice. the fish and wildlife service will now have to resubmit a plan. overturning the ban on vaping making it to the november ballot in the group, the coalition for responsible banking, behind the push and the group wants to replace the city ban with what they call
stringent regulatory measures and says the rules would let adults choose to vaping while preventing young people from getting vaping products. the fire department celebrating the birth of 12 babies born since the car fire almost a year ago and all brought to the reading fire station and remember eight people died in the fire including three firefighters. the parents of these babies say they don't take one moment for granted. >> that day my husband was working and he told me he loved me through text and a lot of us got that text that we love you very much. >> you don't want to be alone raising babies but we have good support group.. it's amazing how the women and family have bonded together. >> the fire broke out the 23rd of last year burning almost 230,000 acres and destroying 1600 buildings.
it looks like he may have to pay more for guacamole with avocado prizes continuing to soar. we will take the reason for the increase and is not the tariffs. president trump hosting the social media summit at the white house and we bring you the details of what they are focusing on and why the big media giants are not invited.
>> again, but most will have sunshine. >> the sun will come out. it usually does but only coach it is a tall order. most locations already in on the sun but not everybody. the golden gate bridge softy and most of the morning and pick fog with 50s and 60s on the temperatures. 51, 56 and 57 for water temperatures at the monterey booing. highs bumping up for those inland and a little bit for those around the bay and the coast looks like it will stay stuck in the 60s with low to mid to upper 80s and 90s near the coast. seattle moving off the high in the four corners building in and it looks like today is the day we will have some 90s with low 90s filtering in friday and saturday before we cooldown. again, what it is in the four corners and not over us, this is a pattern where the inland
temperatures warm up but the coast dealing with a lot of the fog. 50s and 60s on the temperatures and cooler than yesterday at this time and the peninsula 50s and 60s on the temperatures with fremont and redwood city at 58. 41 already in reading with inland areas warming rapidly. another system will cool us off again early next week. 60s, 70s, 80s and low 90s well inland. it is 7:31 am. sal would take the traffic is -- >> -- about moderate. we have had a couple but nothing major but slow traffic on some spots. 80 westbound in the bay bridge with a 25 minute delay and no major issues driving through. traffic okay with no problems on interstate 880. it is a little bit slow driving up into downtown oakland. you still have a window of opportunity. 680 southbound is slow out of pleasanton into fremont.
this commute is slow heading down toward fremont. when you get there it looks okay. 880 is slow until stephenson. it is 7:31 am. new this morning, driver in san jose walked away from a very serious crash without a scratch. it happened last night just before 1130 with the black audi missing the curve and first responders cut through 10 feet of fence to get to the driver in the car and the crash is under investigation. investigation. two teenagers have been arrested and the police are searching for third suspect after a high-speed chase involving a stolen car that went through the drop off area at the mineta san jose airport. the santa clara county sheriff's office said it started near center and toli
road around midnight. the deputy tried to pull the car over and the chase kept going on northbound 101 at speeds of about 100 miles an hour more. the crash crashed at the southwest expressway. three people in the car tried to run away, and 18-year-old in juvenile were arrested. the police are searching for third suspect. president trump is hosting a social media summit at the white house focusing on what he calls political bias against conservatives online. >> we have ktvu christien kafton talking about who is not invited to the summit. >> some of the biggest names in social media will not be there and we will touch on that in a moment. the president has been tweeting about the summit already this morning. "a big subject at the white house social media summit will be the tremendous dishonesty, bias, discrimination and discretion practiced by certain
companies. we will not let them get away with it much longer." prominent conservative social media users laying out their frustrations on what they say is an anti-conservative bias across the platforms. not included are the major social media platforms including facebook, google and twitter. the white house says the president wants to hear from the social media users and and all 130 conservative policymakers and attendees said they will be attending. at this point they said they have relatively little information on what will be discussed at the event. it was built as a follow-up to a survey from the white house about suspected political bias. the survey taking place in may, and lawmakers will be attending the summit as well. there could be changes and considering possible legislation brewing over the issues like company liability for the content on the platforms. this is the same way that the second district court out of new york ruled against president trump saying he
cannot block people from following his twitter feed. we expect more out of the summit at 12:45 pm local. we will continue to monitor the present his twitter feed and bring you the latest development on these you as it continues to develop. it is 7:35 am. the bay hill your area, tom steyer launching his presidential campaign and faces the challenge of being relatively unknown in a raise in a field of well-established democrats. clinical analysts say could have a big impact on the race to the white house by shaping issues he cares about like climate change >> if you can imagine he stays in the race for six months and drawing attention to these issues, that could force other candidates to be more assertive and specific on an issue like climate change. and that way he could help drive the conversation.
>> after campaigning in south carolina this week tom steyer plans on returning to the bay area with a campaign stop in san francisco next week. there are new developments in mendocino county in the month-long search for the missing fishermen. the deep diving robot may have spotted the body of 40-year-old vent so go in late mendocino. he and his father were fishing on the lake when carlos apparently had a heart attack or stroke and events jumped into the water to save him but he drowned. the body of carlos was found near the drifting vote and a month of searching has not turned up his son. the loved ones and friends are camped out at the lake keeping a vigil until they find events. >> we tell stories, support each other, cry and laugh. we are going through mourning together as a family.
>> the robot sent to the bottom of the lake detected something on the floor of the lake but visibility was too bad for the camera to record anything. special divers from the la sheriff department are being brought in to investigate. the fairfield police want your help to find the missing woman and this photo of diane erickson last seen leaving the north bay medical center on saturday, june 29th. she has been diagnosed with a mental health condition that requires medication and reportedly does not have the medication with her. she has been known to spend time in fairfield and vallejo. if you have information the fairfield police would like you to give them a call. a watch in the gulf area stage for the second storm of the 2019 hurricane season expected to form along the gulf coast sometime today making landfall around louisiana on saturday. >> we don't yet know where the storm will land but we know will be a big storm and a
significant rain and storm surge. >> it is not good and the national weather service says that the system has a possibility of becoming a dangerous hurricane. a hub for human trafficking were runaways and homeless children are being targeted. coming up, how the city of san francisco is stepping up to combat human trafficking. as we get close to the amazon prime date some other retailers are fighting to get your money. we will tell you what ebay is doing trying to steal the amazon customers. a quick morning to mike mibach and give us a preview. >> in the next hour we talk about kanye west and how he takes on the california housing crisis with some help from luke skywalker and yoga. we will explain the plan for the star wars inspired low income home. from behind the lens of the vr headset as we take a look at the virtual reality gym in the city of san francisco after the
welcome back to mornings on 2. the time is 7:41 am. the three-year pilot program to fight human trafficking starts this year in san francisco. mayor london breed said the city is getting the $9 million grant from the state. in 20 17/300 cases of sexual exploitation were recorded and many of these victims are women of color and lgbtq. >> we must make sure there is an alternative and the $9.3 million grant will provide us with the opportunity to provide supportive services, to provide housing, to track and find out what is going on, and what we
can do better to prevent it from happening in the first place. >> mayor breed says predators are targeting the most honorable young people like the homeless and runaways. authorities in san jose are investigating why the runaway train hit a woman riding her bicycle in southwest. the woman was rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. the light rail service at hamilton and san jose rail stations have been temporarily shut down and the real services resumed later in the afternoon. you remember joe montana, the 49ers legend selling his sonoma state at $29 million. the hall of fame quarterback listed the 97 hundred square foot european home and includes items collected by joe and his wife on their trips to europe. the surrounding 500 acre cattle ranch is also part of the sale. we hope you join us tomorrow for another summer zip trip and this time we go to the
peninsula and had to south san francisco. you know it as the industrial city and onto the major biotech hub with a incredibly diverse food seen as well. >> we have kept the same on what we are known for but there are quite a few specials that my husband, who loves to cook and good at it, has added to the menu board. we now have 22 specials. >> i love is special and i love a secret sauce. >> i will take all 22. >> let's go. >> let's do it. >> sanchez, mediterranean's and we visit some of the federer eateries. we will hear from the prominent politician that calls the del city home. >> this is the last row of houses on parkway and we can break down a cardboard box and we can get up on the top of that hill and slide down those letters into the backyard. it was a great time.
>> of course that is congresswoman jackie speier who describes growing up in south san francisco, and the one key teacher that made a decision that ultimately led her to believe she could be a leader. not only in school but in politics and here she is today in the halls of congress. we have so much more to bring you from the south city. we want you to join us for another ktvu mornings on 2 here in san francisco and watches tomorrow morning at 9:00. we will stream that live on ktvu.com. >> i will watch. >> i cannot wait and will bring you back some secret sauce. we have sal right here and you have to be going because that is your stomping ground. >> you will be good and i cannot wait and i will be eating even more food tomorrow. let's go to the bay bridge. i have something in san francisco that could affect you and could be a series issue. the bay bridge commute slow at
20 minutes or longer. this is at the end of the line before you get onto the span. there is a crash southbound 101 south of cesar chavez. there are no injuries so they hopefully will get that out of the way but making for slow traffic into san francisco which will slow traffic at the toll plaza. 880 northbound slowing it san leandro. traffic is okay on the map. out of pleasanton it is slowing down out of pleasanton into fremont due to the earlier issues. at the south bay commute you can see the freeway up to the west valley slow. it is a bit foggy so let's bring in steve to talk about the weather. >> it is nothing compared yesterday with a big fog bank for everybody. in and temperatures warming up under the sunshine but that blanket of fog is still around. it will feel back to the coast and it could be the first day this month that san francisco will actually get above average
on the high side at 67. currently they are 56 and 56 for san francisco, oakland, livermore and san jose. let's take a look at the boot camp to, 56. bodega bay at 51 and 55 at san jose. thick fog near the coast and bay. santa rosa going above and 87, 68 at san francisco, and oakland at 74 yesterday and bumping up 75 today. livermore and san jose slightly below average on the high side. probably tomorrow they will get closer to it. we have a low up there giving rain to seattle moving away and as it does the high kicks in bringing in from the four corners. i think we will get close saturday but there are signs of another system dropping it and easing up. you can see the circulation from the hyatt the four corners, salt lake city and
denver with the monsoon sneaking in. as it builds toward the west it will compressed the fog with far less coverage. warm air aloft and the altamont pass was 57 this morning and 67, translating into warmer temperatures. cooler than 24 hours ago by 35 degrees. gilroy at 65 already in the were and 80s yesterday, upper 80s today. san jose 62 to 65 and cupertino 63. low clouds and faults but mainly confined to the coast. that high winds out for two days before backing off. we have some low 90s and these are closed where they should be. we've been running very cool. tomorrow looks to be the warmest day but not the coast and bay, still in the 60s, 70s or soft 80s, as we say. warming off saturday. abercrombie & fitch with
arrival at american eagle fighting back. coming up in the next our how the ray tanner targeting teenagers gets into the cannabis business. from the backward cats to the colorful oversized clothing, the 90s is back in this limited time you can go back in time and see the pop-up exhibit dedicated to all things 90s.
welcome back to mornings on 2. it is 7:50 am. that forbes magazine has named kanye west the third highest paid entertainer at $150 million. remember in 2016 he asked mark zuckerberg to invest $1 billion on his ideas because he was $53 million in debt. most of his money now comes from his shoe and apparel brand. taylor swift was last year's highest paid entertainer. she made $185 million. and the winner he is the women's national soccer team. >> we have it for the ladies and last night at the sp's, taking the trophy for the best
team at the espy awards. >> the espy awards goes to alex morgan. >> sorry this is probably the second best trophy we wine this week. >> asked asked leads we try to surround ourselves with the best people lifting us up to make this journey possible and i am so fortunate to have that in my life. >> way to go alex. alex morgan named female athlete of the year and has a recent deal to carry the national women's soccer league games and signed with espn. another bay area highlight from the espy awards was for the perseverance and an incredible award, going to rob mendez, born without limbs due to a rare disorder and the jv
football coach from prospect high school in saratoga went on stage and delivered a powerful message. >> if there's any message i want to give you tonight it is to look at me and see how much passion i put into coaching. how far this is got me and when you dedicate yourself to something and open your mind to different possibilities and focus on what you can do instead of what you can't do you can really go places in this world. >> who would not want to be on his team. despite his birth defect he learned the game, coach the game to the record season last season and attribute to the strength of the human spirit. it is 7:53 am. a new day and a new record on wall street and pam cook is back in the studio with the dollars and cents. the dow jones breaking the 27,000 mark for the first time this morning with the s&p 500 trading through the 3000 level this morning again. the federal reserve chief is
testifying once again and answering questions before congress right now. wall street likes what is being said. the stars heading straight up with the opening bell rang about an hour go after the federal reserve chairman jerome powell reiterating that policy will work to keep the economy strong and that likely means an interest rate cut later in the month. here's the dow jones up 129 points, 26,009 89. it crossed the 27,000 level earlier today with the s&p 500 at 2995. the nasdaq at a loss right now but we will continue to watch the numbers. we are also watching avocado prizes and we are paying more with the average price right now $2.10, almost double what we paid this time last year. growers say there are couple of reasons with more people making avocados a regular part of the menu rather than just something
for the cinco de mayo and super bowl. the supplies is being stretched and the california avocado season had the smallest cropping years due to that long, cold and rainy winter. analysts say that phrase should go back down in the next few weeks with the mexico avocado seon reaching its peak. the nations largest retailers are fighting it out for your online shopping dollars. walmart, target and ebay trying to steal the thunder from the amazon ebay and getting a jump on his competitors with walmart holding of four day sale and ebay having their sell on monday with some items discounted as much as 80%. the amazon prime day and target sales will be two days this year on monday and tuesday. the new study finds women at the most financial risk in retirement are those that are married and in two income households. according to the report from prudential financial 46% of
married women in the two income households are at risk of being unable to maintain their standard of living in retirement compared to 32% of married women in the one income household. it includes the way social security benefits are paid out to the two income households and the couple typically has a higher standard of living with more expenses. it's a good time to remind people not only to rely on social security. put money aside in the retirement account and especially if you have a corporate match or donation. take advantage even if you just put a little bit and pretax will help. let's go back in time. you can now go back in time just by going to the oakland jack london square. the launch party held last night celebrating the opening of the 90s experience pop-up exhibit. that is 6000 square foot facility that lets you relive the music, fashion, food and pop-culture from the 90s. >> we invite everybody out to
smell, feel, see, touch and taste all things 90s. it's whether you are in middle school, elementary school, college or rearing into your 30s, we have a little bit of all 90s for everybody here. >> tickets are only $32. it is the 90s experience exhibit that will open tomorrow. it is 7:57 am. the overnight high-speed police chase in san jose goes right through the airport. look at this. coming up, the incredible video of the chase and details on how it started. we have the bay area gender pay gap that may surprise you, especially in silicon valley. coming up, what has happened aiming at closing the pay gap in the field dominated by the men.
a police chase right through minetto san jose international airport. what happened and how it ended, and who is in custody. fighting back against the planned navigation center at embarcadero and how the opponents hope the lawsuit will stop it from being built. president trump holding the social media summit and why the social media companies in the bay area did not get an invite. from ktvu fox 2 news this is mornings on 2. >> morning and welcome back to mornings on 2 on this thursday, july 11th. i am michael bedenbaugh. >> i am gasia mikaelian . let's talk about this
typical summer weather pattern. >> the coast is stuck in this fog and sun and it's hard- pressed to get much other than the day-to-day changes. 56 and partly cloudy at monterey, and this weather brunt is not change much with many locations getting fog yesterday but not the case today. still fog at the golden gate, 50s and low 60s with water temperatures at the 50s. low of 56 at the san francisco buoy and 57 at monterey. inland bumping up with near average or a little bit below, but they are all pretty close with santa rosa, concord, livermore and san jose 80s of tonight. oakland and redwood city around 80 and on the coast mild with 60s. i don't think interest will change much with a high replacing the low at the pacific northwest and winning out with inland temperatures and it looks like we will bump
this up a little bit each day. the coast not changing much other than the base of the fog which is lower today. the fogs will stay mostly at the coast. it burned off yesterday in similar today. 50s and 60s on temperature's with the low cloud deck coming back tonight and tomorrow but for the next couple of days inland near 90 for some. right now we have traffic on the east shore freeway a little bit slow but it has been slightly better than normal and when i say slightly that's not too much and yesterday at this time 35 minutes and 26 is a little bit better. get to the bay bridge and 20 minutes for you make it onto the span and a decent drive into san francisco. the general commute slowing down into downtown oakland. southbound 80 slow through hayward. ever so slightly lighter than usual from hayward into fremont with some commutes in the south bay just a little bit better. not a lot with slow traffic
into the west of valley but compared to other days we are in good shape. it is 8:02 am. a wild chase in the south bay ended at home in san jose. here's what it looked like with the chase happening overnight on the 101 freeway with speeds reportedly reaching 110 miles an hour. we are live with cristina rendon don at the airport. >> reporter: good morning. this was a very wild chase and in fact there were three people inside the stolen car and that is what authorities were telling us this morning with two of those three people arrested. the speedbump did not slow down this driver at all and neither did the fact that this is a 25 mile an hour is owned zone through the terminal. >> reporter: authorities estimate the car was going 50 to 60 miles an hour through terminal a at the minetta san
jose international. it bottomed out and kept going. this up on video taken at midnight and thankfully not a lot of traffic at the airport during that time. the car continued to drive another six nap miles and a big cinelli topping out at the expressway. three people were in the car believed to have been stolen. they eventually arrested an 18- year-old person and a juvenile, and a third person got away. they said the person started just before midnight at center and totally road and continued northbound on the 101. at certain points during the pursuit they reached speeds of 100 miles an hour on the freeway. here in san jose minetta it was 60 to 60 miles an hour which is unusual to have a high-speed chase not only through the expressway but through the terminal at the airport. live from minetta san jose, cristina rendon, ktvu fox news. releasing the photo of a
car involved in running over tours at the legion of honor. they're looking for the silver bmw with a damaged windshield. it was tuesday when officers say the tours from oregon saw people breaking into the cars outside of the legion of honor and to photos of them. the suspects jumped in the bmw and hit the tourist with a car causing a severe head injury. there checking the photos on the camera the victim to see if they can help to identify the suspects. is south san jose firefighters are investigating the cause of the fire at the red lobster restaurant. new video shows the smoke coming out of the building at the almaden expressway in south san jose. it appears to have started as a garbage fire before spreading into the attic. they attacked the fire from above and there are no injuries to report. the city of san francisco is facing a lawsuit from those that want to block the city from building the navigation center for the homeless at the embarcadero and they plan on
building the navigation center at the base of the pride street. the board of supervisors approved the leasing of the land and the critics say the center will draw the homeless to the waterfront. they say the port will not get fair market value for leasing the land and we heard from richard, homeless, about the importance of the navigation centers. >> i've seen a lot of people get housing and stuff which is a good thing. a lot of these people up in out here for years. some will use it, and some wall. >> reporter: will you use it? >> me, i'm hard to tell. >> they say the navigation center will be temporary and that the city has followed all necessary free rules. president trump holding a social media at the white house saying what he says is political bias on conservatives online. facebook, google and twitter were not invited. the president invited right-
wing social media personalities and conservative policymakers. the president wants to hear from the social media users including those responding to the recent white house request on examples of alleged bias online. pg&e will hold the wildfire safety open house at walnut creek and talk about reducing fire is across the bay area. they have expanded power safety setup program with open house tonight at the garden at heather farms. pg&e disputing the report in the wall street journal that they knew for years that the transmission towers at the area of the deadly campfire needed to be replaced. the internal pg&e report from 2017 said the utility transmission towers had an average age of 68 years with the oldest 100 years old. pg&e reportedly planned on overhauling the paradise transmission lines six years ago but instead of making the upgrades they chose to spend billions on substations and
other work >> in california where it looks like the same mistakes made years ago will have much more catastrophic affects net. we need to step up the regulatory game now and step up the performance of utilities. the federal judge overseeing the pg&e probation has ordered the company to respond to every paragraph of the wall street journal report by july 31st. pg&e released a statement, "although we don't agree with or support the journal conclusions we acknowledge that the devastation of the 2017- 2018 wildfires made it clear we must do more to combat the extreme wildfire while hardening our systems. finally in ridgecrest and trona they have running water after the recent earthquakes forced the region to shut down pipelines from sweet. many homes and buildings suffered damage but not catastrophic damage because most of those structures were built in the 1980s with the
modern building codes. two consumer groups want governor newsom to freeze the drilling permit saying the engineers and the top policymakers have a personal interest showing legislators having a vested interest in the chemical giants. half of the permits issued this year renovated the oil companies invested in by the agency officials. they are also asking the governor to fire the top officials at the department of conservation division of oil, gas and geothermal resources. an abrupt ending to the session yesterday at the ghost ship warehouse fire out in oakland. what happened and why the judge ordered the jury to go home early. think your dog has a good life find out which city in the bay area is rated the friendliest for pets. .
♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ one of the defendants in the oakland ghost ship warehouse fire fire try will be back on the witness stand on more cross-examination. >> the jury was sent home early yesterday after a disagreement going to prosecutors and the defense. the dispute was over the testimony of the defendant derick almena.
>> it is all about attacking the credibility of derick almena but the defense said it was character assassination. the ghost ship trial ended hours early after the defense objected to bring up the incident in which the son of derick almena found a condom at the warehouse almost 2 years before the house. the prosecutor played the oakland police body cam video in which derick almena appears to say his son found it. >> he is a minor. it is an area that should have remained confidential. it has absolutely nothing to do with this case. from my perspective it was a disgrace to bring it up. >> reporter: the prosecution is hammering away at the credibility of derick almena confronting him consistently with inconsistent statements, accusing him of lying to investigators after his arrest. >> i inferred that is part of the strategy, to wear him down,
and to interrogate. my client called the arrest. >> reporter: deer meta- acknowledged he never got permits for the changes he made to the warehouse and nor were there safety devices like sprinklers or audible alarms. the attorney representing the families of the victims in the civil lawsuit says he is not during this, doing himself any favors. >> he has proven the case against himself and also proving that the city knew what was going on in the building. >> reporter: after derick almena is done testifying they will likely present rebuttal evidence before closing arguments. henry lee, ktvu fox 2 news. president trump plans on holding a news conference to discuss the census next year and his desire to add a question about citizenship.
the supreme court ruling has barred the question for now but the president says he could use executive order to sidestep the ruling of the court and the u.s. census bureau began printing the forms earlier this month. the president trump threatened immigration raids could begin in days resulting in the arrest of thousands of undocumented immigrants. the immigration raids could start as early as sunday and officials say the immigration enforcement raids are said to take place for the removal of people whose cases have been heard and claims rejected. >> it will absolutely happen with approximately 1 million people in this country with removal orders and of course that is not what ice will go after but that is the full of people through this due process chain. >> this is operating a fund alone really flow system systemically separating families and engaging on human rights abuse on u.s. soil.
>> the department of homeland security is reporting a drop in apprehension along the border in the meantime. the city of oakland rated one of the best cities for pets in the national study, the only city in northern california to be certified as the better city for the pets. this is the mars pet care, the pet food and health company known for world canine pet foods and pet hospitals. there are four main categories, shelters, parks and green space, the penthouses and places to make life easier on pets. some days are lighter than others and you never know which day is going to have more people taking the day off. here's one of those days on highway 24 and a little bit slower now at lafayette but not bad through her rend up. here's the spot where the traffic is slow and 80 westbound at 27 minutes which
is pretty good for this time of the morning. there is slow traffic not light. it is a little bit better than it normally is and backed up for about a 20 minute delay. sometimes we are up to 30 or 35 but today more like 20. here's a look at 880 north with slow traffic and 580 will be slow and you can see the commute, moderate and beginning to wind down a little bit and even at the sunol grade where we had issues in the peninsula traffic is moderate. the silicon valley commute slow into the west valley. it is 8:17 am with a little bit of fog. >> that is correct. some the fog that is been there all morning at the coast and golden gate bridge. some areas inland never solid and all compared to yesterday. one area was livermore, and another gorgeous morning at 63 in livermore, clear, crisp and blue skies with happy birds singing in the trees.
it is now up at 64. livermore is sunny but not at the golden gate bridge and the city stuck at 56. oakland and santa rosa 59, before at livermore and san jose. san francisco buoy at 56 in bodega bay at 61. thick fog at the coast with warmer conditions at the coast. each day jumping 35 degrees. san francisco over average and if they had the a, the forecasted high, the first type into this month over the normal of 67. oakland with 74 yesterday and over today. livermore 87 in san jose 80. he san jose will get close and 84. that deep system in the pacific northwest with another one here sunday and monday, and mild to warm. 90 is hot with that high building in. looks like we will reach this tomorrow and close on saturday
but by sunday we cool off again. the highest building in and you can see at denver, salt lake city and vegas compressing that fall. a lot less fall coverage than yesterday allowing dentures to continue to warm up. 60s for many and 60s yesterday due to that low cloud that. we were running cooler but a big difference on the highs after everything is said and done. we have hints of a monsoon kicking in and some of its out the phoenix but slow to develop here. 60s, 70s, upper 80s and low 90s today into tomorrow. ginger tomorrow look to be near the peak inland but not changing at the coast and bay. inland in the 90s for many. 70s and 80s for a long time here, warm the hot taking us in the friday and saturday easing up. cooler on sunday and monday. a reminder to download the weather app on your smartphone or tablet and we have updates on your 7-day forecast. we have unique features to upload your videos in the ktvu
weather app reader download right now on your stores. the advice young parents are brothers in hopes of preventing people from experiencing a similar tragedy. a major confirmed concern and how to protect children in the digital world. how they plan on increasing online security for children and families.
the senate judiciary committee held a hearing on how to protect children from online sexual predators and traffickers. >> what these human traffickers are doing when it comes to the labor or sex trafficking, they are using the internet to entice, coerce and in many days even arrange the buying and selling of our children. >> witnesses said that the tech companies, regulators and law enforcement really need to step up efforts to keep the children safe, and that parents have an important role to play. >> we must foster resiliency in our children and give them the tools, both moral and technical, to deal with what they will inevitably encounter on and off-line. >> the tech company say there are using tools to remove images of child pornography from their platforms and report them to the tip line set up for the national center for missing
and exploited children. a couple from lp does has a warning for other parents after their young son died suddenly from a rare bylas, similar to a common cold. last month the nine-year-old, tristan ang, complained of feeling tired and weak. he had a fever, headache and nausea but tess ruled out meningitis. he became confused and disoriented and his parents rushed him to the emergency room and after several hours in the hospital he died from brain swelling caused by the rare and virus. >> even to help these kids could die in get that bars fast. >> his parents said they are sharing their grief in hopes that other parents will be on the alert and more we are. even the smallest symptom could be something serious. it is 8:24 am. in business more power means more responsibility, certainly, and it turns out it means less sleep. the research study shows an
increase in worker sleeping six a few hours that the situation gets worse with managers. 42% of executives say they sleep no more than six hours each night. sleep deprivation will hinder performance and along with that of your entire work team. the reading fire department is celebrating the birth of 12 babies born since the car fire almost a year ago. brought to one of the redding fire station with this photo shoot . a people died in that fire including three firefighters in the parents of these babies say they don't take one moment for granted. >> that moment my husband was working and told me he loved me the text and a lot of us got the text that we love you very much. we don't want to be left alone racing babies but we do have a good support group. it's amazing how the women and families have bonded together. >> the carr fire broke out last
year burning 230,000 acres and burning over 1600 homes and buildings. coming up, what is happening right now in closing the pay gap in a field dominated by me and. president trump hosting the social media summit at the white house and why big media giants were not invited. right now on your morning commute not too bad at the macarthur maze. a little bit of slowing at the 80 split. we have officially a tropical storm in the gulf, it will take a look at the that fog and peeling back a little bit but some of it is the dog around the coast and the bay.
it is 8:29 am and welcome back to mornings on 2. i am gasia mikaelian . >> i am mike mibach. we have this severe weather system forming into a tropical storm in the gulf of mexico. forecasters fear that tropical storm barry could turn into a hurricane causing widespread flooding and forcing the mississippi river to top the new orleans levees.
they received as much as three inches of rain in a few hours yesterday and the situation could get worse over the coming weekend. >> the storm will track slightly to the west of us. this is not a normal storm and proven already to be unpredictable. i've said it before and repeated again, we have one of the best standard of operations procedures in the region and in my 21 years of service i have never seen a standard operating storm. >> the tropical storm morning in effect at the louisiana coast and a mandatory evacuation order. workers are being evacuated from the oil rigs in the gulf where oil output is cut by one third meaning we could see gas prices jumping in the coming days. let's bring in our meteorologist dee paulson tracking and it looks like this will be put to the test. >> many of those levees are 20 feet high and predicted to crest 20 feet above flood
stage. this is we are reconnaissance plains have picked up the 43 mile an hour wind. this is tropical storm barry meeting off of the 86 to 87 degree gulf water and that his bathwater, very warm. that track will reach category 1 at 75 miles an hour. the european model taking it toward louisiana with some taking it toward parts of texas. i think the track is pretty safe right now. it will continue develop with 50 mile an hour wind tomorrow and 75 coming sure in louisiana. at home 50s and 60s on the temperatures and the fog is not budging on the golden gate. 51 to 56 water temperatures and 90s inland. we were getting close yesterday and that will happen again today. the coast looks like 60s hanging on and this is a summertime pattern where the inland areas take the job and
the bay warming up a little bit. all near-normal with the coast at 60s and santa cruz much warmer. they will be in the 70s to near 80. the highs building in from the four corners but no offshore breeze. the onshore breeze with fog even though it is compressed no. 50s and 60s on most of the temperatures with temperatures again in a big difference from low 60s to low 90s. the high wind out until saturday before get cooler sunday into monday. 60s, 70s, 80s and a few 90s. traffic is getting better on some of the major drives like interstate 80. if you're driving from vallejo into oakland, taking about 20 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maccarthur maze at 15 to 20 before you get onto the bridge. a see someone getting pulled over, and that happens a lot in the carpool lanes if you are there when you're not supposed to be. the fog lifting a little bit into san francisco and we can
now see highway 101 northbound. little bit slow at the split and southbound 101 not a factor right now. here's a look at interstate 880 in oakland and sunnier in san francisco at the moment in oakland but that will probably change. here's westbound 92 at the san mateo bridge. no problems in the east bay commute problems at the 101 at the silicon valley after 880. it is 8:33 am. president trump is hosting the social media summit focusing on political bias against conservatives online. christien kafton is monitoring the latest developments from the newsroom and the biggest development is he was not invited to the summit. >> that is money she we will touch on with some of the biggest names in social media not there. first, president trump tweeting repeatedly about the summit this morning. in the last hour and half, "it will be a big and exciting day at the white house for social
media. on the invite list is prominent conservative media users, set to layout their frustrations on the anti-conservative bias across the platform. 130 conservative policymakers and attendees said they were invited but relatively little information on what will happen at the event. the summit is billed as a follow-up is a survey from the white house that they had about political bias in may of this year. not included at the summit as we been talking about this morning, major social media platforms including facebook, google and twitter. all were not invited to the event. the president said he wants to hear from the social media users. lawmakers attending the summit hinting there could be new legislation brewing over the major issues like holding social media companies liable for content on the platforms. keep in mind this all comes on the nose of the second district court ruling against the president saying cannot block people from following his
twitter feed. we expect more out of the summit at local time at about 12:45 pm. we continue to monitor the twitter feed and will bring you the latest developments. >> thank you. it is 8:35 am the bay area billionaire tom steyer locking in his presidential campaign. he talks about the need to impeach effort and facing a challenge of being relatively unknown in a race against the field of well-established democrats. clinical and let's say he could have a big impact on the race for the white house by shaping discussions on issues he cares about such as climate change >> even if he just stays in the race for six months to drive attention to the issues, that could force other candidates to be a little more assertive and specific on an issue like climate change. in that way he could help drive the conversation. >> after campaigning in south
carolina, he plans on returning to the bay area and making it campaign stop in san francisco next week. santa clara county taking action to make sure all workers are paid and treated fairly and what they're doing about the gender pay gap. >> reporter: the public outcry over pay in equity leading to study showing the pay gap in california larger than the nation as a whole and worsen santa clara county where the women only earned $0.62 on every dollar that the man earns. it is even more distorted for workers in the tech industry. >> we are trying to understand this better. >> reporter: bedding the manager of the county office of labor standards enforcement says the south bay largest county contracts $2 billion in goods and services each year. vendors are required to adhere to the equal pay laws and this offices the watchdog with the power to cancel contracts >> we want to ensure that men and women are being paid in an equitable manner and that women earn dollar for dollar what the
men are making. the women are prepared and more active than ever before to do something about it. >> reducing the national pay gap to single digits the complete equity could be a far off goal in a struggle to dismantle the discrepancy of the past. their new developments to bring you in the month-long search for the missing fisherman and mendocino county. the deep dive robot may have spotted the body of vince soto whose father carlos and he were fishing on the lake. apparently carlos had a heart attack or stroke and went in the water. vince soto went in to save him and ended up drowning as well. a month of intense searching is not turned up the son of carlos but loved ones are keeping vigil until their loved ones are found >> we tell stories, support
each other, cry and laugh, and go for mourning together as a family. >> the robot went to the bottom of the lake and detected something on the floor but the visibility was too poor to record an image. the divers are being brought in to investigate. called the hub for human trafficking were runaways and homeless children are targeted. coming up find out how the city of san francisco is stepping up to help combat human trafficking. it kanye west takes on the california housing crisis with help from luke skywalker and yoga. we explain the star wars inspired low income home development. pment. it's no ordinary day for our family at denny's.
later this year san francisco will begin the three- year pilot program to help to stop human trafficking. the mayor london breed announced the city will be receiving the $9 million grant from the state. in 2017 the city recorded over 300 cases of sexual exploitation. many are victims and women of color and the lgbtq community. >> we have to make sure there is the alternative and the $9.3 million grant will provide us opportunity to provide goods and services, housing, to track
and find out what is going on. it's what we can do better to prevent this from happening in the first place. >> mayor reed says predators are targeting the most honorable, those that are homeless and runaways. joe montana the 49ers legend selling his estate at $29 million. he listed the 9700 square foot european-style home located 15 minutes out of calistoga. that includes items collected by joe montana and his wife on their trips to europe and the cattle ranch that is 50 acres is also part of the sale. join us for our summer zip trip to the peninsula at san francisco. notice the industrial city, the biotech hub with a diverse saying. >> the sauces we are known for kept the same which is original. however we have quite a few specials that my husband that loves to cook and is very good at it has added to the menu
board. we now have 22 specials. >> from the sandwiches to the mediterranean food we visit the south san francisco favorite eateries and we hear from the problem that lawmakers that grew up in south san francisco. >> ours is the last row of houses on parkway and we could break down a cardboard box. we could get up on the top of that and slide down those letters into the backyard. it was a great childhood. >> that is of course congresswoman jackie speier who describes growing up in the south city to help her become the leader she is today in the halls of congress. this and so much more awaits you when you join us live tomorrow and take the fox 2 zip trip to south san francisco. we will streaming live on mornings on 2 and ktvu.com. i spent a lot of time in south city but i know you spent quite a bit of time there. >> my dad used to get us in the
car and go down to south city where they had the drive-ins and i know you remember that >> you would go down and get a burger, coke and fries at the south city. those are good memories. let's start with the morning commute at the bay bridge which is backed up all the way to the maze. the metering lights are on. this is about a 20 minute delay, not particularly bad, but it is slow traffic. the commute in san francisco looks slow approaching the 80s plate at the lower deck of the bay bridge. going from 280 north and 80 northbound as well. the commute has not had a lot of major problems but we do have slow towns. and i know that steve is watching the airplane traffic in and out of the sfo, the only airport really affected by this doing pretty well. no problems on the dumbarton bridge but the south bay commute is still pretty slow. it is 8:44 am and let's
bring in steve. >> we have some fog reducing visibility but a lot less than yesterday when almost everybody had cloudy skies and some fog. temperatures warming up and elsa rita breaking 70 yesterday. we will roundup 271 which is what the weather service does. 58 at elsa rita, 70 at martinez, mid 60s with temperatures a little bit warmer for most locations in 50s and 60s. the fog at the golden gate not budging all morning. so have the water temperatures and they have not changed. 51 to 56 in monterey in san francisco. it looks like the day is going to be close with the actual eidinger over the norm of 67. not yet this month higher than 67. they get 67 twice including yesterday. san jose livermore getting close with santa rosa and
oakland above for this time of the year. the system in the gulf of alaska will work its way toward us like saturday and sunday into monday. today and tomorrow high pressure in the four corners warming up and squashing to compress the fog with warm air aloft called in inversion. tomorrow is the warmest and close on saturday but signs that this ridge will break down late saturday. sunshine and warmer temperatures go inland in the coast dealing with fog but they will get some sun. santa cruz on the warm side with mid to upper 70s to near 80 for some. in the city in the 60s. 50s, 60s and 70 already at tracy and rio vista. it will be a big difference in a lot of these high temperatures today. the monsoon trying to kick in south of phoenix. 60s, 70s, 80s to low 90s. santa clara valley bumping up and close for gilroy as well. a little warmer friday and
leveling off saturday. here's another cooling trend sunday into early next week >> thank you, steve paulson. it is 8:46 am. the australian, and excuse me kangaroo jack >> that is brandon t jackson known for his work on the tropic thunder and he joins us to talk about the up coming show of the san jose improv. we have the abercrombie & fitch and now american eagle getting into the cannabis business. dale's little girl is heading to college. luckily, her dorm is about 10 minutes from a hotel by wyndham. ashley's meeting all her in-laws, and she's about 10 minutes from a hotel by wyndham. jeff is flying to... oh never mind. but hey, 10 minutes from a wyndham. he's having the best. day. ever! and he's about... 10 minutes! 10 minutes... from a hotel by wyndham.
rapper kanye west working on a plan to take on the low income affordable housing and west has met with the san francisco based investors to talk about creating unique structures to house homeless and low income families. it is oblong and 12 feet tall resembling the luke skywalker home in star wars. according to the story west is working on photo types and an undisclosed location in california. the markets are setting records over the optimism over the economy. we have pam cook in the studio with the dollars. >> the dow and s&p 500 with the dow jones index breaking through 27,000 for the first time. the s&p 500 trading up to 3000 again this morning. the federal reserve chief testifying and answer questions
before congress. the wall street analyst raiders likely seeing the federal reserve chairman drone powell back on capitol hill. he reiterated the monetary policy will work keep the economy strong which likely means an interest rate cut later this month. the stocks responding as we take a live look at the big board with the dow jones 27 -- 27,057. almost 3/4 of a % and s&p 500 at 3000 and now up one quarter of % at 3000. the nasdaq down and now up at a quarter %, and tesla speeding up production of the model 3 sedan. they are trying to meet the demands and according to the report the executive told employees that the fremont plant is increasing production. there is speculation that tesla
will hire more workers. that is after announcing earlier this year they would cut their work or spot 7%. new projections indicate family spending a bit less on back-to-school supplies. analysts surveyed parents with at least one child in school estimating american spending 27.8 billion dollars this year compared to $28 billion last year. the average family will spend $519 and clothing and accessories make up over half of that. schools shoes, supplies and tablets accounting for 11% of back-to-school sales. a clothing store for teenagers beginning to sell cannabis related products beginning in october. american eagle outfitters a deal with the ohio cannabis companies to sell the cbd body care products. american eagle following
abercrombie & fitch that is already done that and the cbd industry could be worth $22 billion by 2022. i have two dollars that are athletes and dancers and if they are smart, that young generation is open to the possible health benefits. it is not only for muscles but anxiety. >> the older generation as well. my mother has looked into it in regards to her back pain. i think many generations have. >> i think we are just finding out what it can do for people. >> brand-new and booming. the winner is -- all those in favor of equal pay, say aye, and it's the women's national soccer team. >> the u.s. women's soccer team winning the award for best sports team and honors did not stop there.
>> the espy awards goes to alex morgan. i'm sorry but this is probably the second best trophy we have won this week. >> that is alex morgan and the best female athlete of the year. she is thanking has been for the recent deal to carry the national women's soccer league games. still to come, 7-eleven store celebrates his birthday in a big way and we have the return of the freak slurpee day and how much time you have to pick one up today. >> from the backwards caps to the oversized colorful clothing, go back in time to see the pop-up exhibit dedicated to all things 90s here
robots on the baseball diamond. it is happening. the independent atlantic league begin the first american baseball league to let a computer called balls and strikes, it happened yesterday at the all-star game. an umpire double-edged if the software misses a pitch, the empire is responsible for calling a strike. the technology will be implemented league wide over the next few weeks. 49ers legend joe montana is selling his sonoma county estate, listed at $29 million. the hall of famer quarterback listed his 970 square-foot home. it includes items collected by montana and the surrounding ranch as part of the sale. the nation is marking 50 years since the first lunar landing. the biggest names were special guest at the world premiere of a new story about that journey.
buzz aldrin who looks out of the uniform here it was the second man to walk on the moon. on the left 10, charlie duke was the communicator for nasa headquarters. on the right, jerry griffin is on the right. the story crew re-creates the trip to the moon. it runs through november. on a popular highway in the state of georgia, thousands of dollars went flying out of an armored truck. >> there are about 20 cars pulled over and they are all grabbing money. people are out of their cars running back and forth across 5 lanes of traffic. >> investigators say the door of a moving armored truck accident lease will open yesterday spilling out about
$175,000 in cash. police worn keeping the money is against the law and are urging anyone who grabbed some of the money to return it. >> this is someone's money. it is not free money. it belongs to someone and needs to go back to them. >> as of right now, only 5 people have brought back the scattered bills, returning only $4400 out of the $175,000. the 90s want that long ago but if you missed it, you can travel back in time at oakland jack london square. there was a launch party to celebrate the opening of the 90s experience, pop-up exhibit pick a 60,000 square foot facility that allows visitors to relive the music, fashion, food and pop culture of the 90s. >> we invite everyone out to smell, feel, see, touch, taste all things 90s, whether you were in middle school, elementary school, college or rearing into your 30s, we have a little bit of all 90s for everybody here.
>> tickets are $32. the 90s experience opens to the public tomorrow. happening tomorrow, the star of the flower piano event, 12 panels are in golden gate park and everybody can play them. if you douglas also a few press professional the sessions have agreed to step in and perform. not just firefighters responded to wildfires. we will explain how you can help search and rescue canines on the job. plus a familiar face on the big screen is coming to the bay area. we will sit down with actor and comedian brandon t jackson before he performs at san jose's improv. a combination of fitness and video games. we will see what it is like to get a workout at black box vr in san francisco. welcome to the 9. we are looking at a live picture of some of that fog hanging around over san francisco bay. the fog is going to burn off