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tuesday, july 16th. i'm in for ms. claudia. >> i'm dave clark. we get to see steve paulson, he's in his officer. >> day two, claudine, always a pleasure. >> are you exhausted? >> not yet. we have a change compared to yesterday. fog verses no fog. yesterday was clear across the board, not the case today. fog has come roaring back in, so it will be a temperature drop today. highs yesterday were hot from 95 in santa rosa, and 91 in livermore with 94 fairfield, concord and also into gilroy, 93 and 92, but you get that fog come the morning, and that's going to deepen in the pacific northwest and mendocino county. it won't be as hot as yesterday. 80s. nice around the bay. 70s to near 80s and 60s, back to the 60s for most of the coast. that includes one of the warmer locations. 60s to 90s and a lot of 70s and 80s. and temperature
with the onshore breeze, 50s and 60s on your temps and running one to four degrees cooler than yesterday at this time and that's good to translate to the high temps. 58 in vallejo. yesterday, a lot more 60s. when you get these water temps this cold and an onshore breeze, the fog says i have no problem making a move. it's getting help from that system to the north. so look for cooler temperatures. 60s and 70s. 7:01. sal is here to tell us about the bay bridge. >> okay. >> steve, because people want to know what is it like getting into san francisco? is it a lighter day? it's not. sometimes they are, and sometimes they're not. right now we're having a moderate day at the bay bridge. 10 to 15 to 20 minute delay. depending on what side of the aisle you're on. if you're coming into the carpool, it's less. this is a look at 580. not a lot of slow traffic. westbound 92 and
done barton bridge commute are going to be busy. southbound 880 has been slow along the freeway. as you get to the south bay commute, things are getting busier on all the approaches to the west valley. no problems on downtown san jose's commute. northbound 280 on the right, that looks good getting up to highway 18. it's 7:02. let's go back to the desk. investigator will be at a heyward airport where a deadly crash happened. we have more on what happened with that training flight, allie. >>reporter: the investigator should be at the crash site. the wreckage from this deadly helicopter crash is at the airport and it's a couple of football field distances from us. let's show you a video of the crash scene this morning. this was a robinson r44 helicopter that crashed at 2:30 in the afternoon and the helicopter is
used for flight training. two people were onboard. one person, the flight instructor was killed in the crash as the student was injured and the chopper, you can see on its side, significantly damaged. right now, and until federal investigators arrive, the federal investigator car is standing by. 622-year-old wayne prodger is the owner and flight industry of the helicopter flight school and prodger was with his student and they were practicing a hovering maneuver when the helicopter crashed. the student was rushed to the hospital. we don't have an update on the student's condition so far this morning. right now it's not clear whether prodger or the student had control of the helicopter at the time of this crash. >> they were talking to the heyward air traffic control tour tower.
this is under investigation and they'll determine a probably cause and they're sending an investigator here, and they'll come up with preliminary finding and give an idea of what they found on the scene. >> this is disturbing because we see each other everyday. we do something for christmas and summer barbecue. we all get together. >> i'm hoping and praying for the family because you know, he's a cool guy. >> prodgers friends and colleagues in this close knit community describes him as a devoted ground father to three grown children. ntsb investigators plan to investigate what went wrong with this crash. they'll be out for the next hour. allie rasmus. pg&e says power lines revealed 10,000 problems with its equipment including some that need immediate action. it's a problem since november and the end of may
during inspections of towers, poles and stub stations near high risk fire areas and some of the issues include poles that have become delayed or broken or damaged and pg&e says they fixed most of the issues that pose a risk. there's generators and pumps at several locations in the east bay. they can be used when pg&e turns off the power when there's a high fire risk. they need that emergency equipment to maintain water service to communities. and for emergency responders during an outage. 29 emergency backup generators will be placed in nine east bay cities between august and november. wild refires remain a threat as dry conditions remain a problem. the gas fire burned 4700 acres and destroyed two homes yesterday.e home in a nearby subdivision were evacuated as crews work to contain the fire. >> since we have done everything as
far as i could tell, you know, keeping the weeds down, but this kind of stuff, we don't own that. crews remained in the area throughout the night to make sure hot spots not did flare out. these flames broke out near mason avenue. in all, flames burned a total of five acres. 7:06. we're checking with san francisco's state university about a developing story overnight on the campus. administrators say the campus will be open today after a data center was shutdown yesterday. a bursted water pipe is to blame for it and the problem is affecting tela communications including direct 911 calls to university police. those calls are being redirected to law enforcement agencies off campus. the house of representatives is set to vote today to formally condemn president trump for launching a racial
leaf twitter attack on four congress women of color. the four women known as the, held a news conferencing. the president is not backing away from those controversial remarks. >> it doesn't concern me because many people agree with me. >> he does not know how to defend his policies. so what he does is attack us. >> the proposed measure before the house today says the president's words quote have legitimized and increased fear and hatred of new americans and people of color. and the president is continuing to tweet in morning about the congress women saying they quote have been suing some of the most vile, hateful and disgusting thing and our country is free, beautiful and very special. if you hate our country or if you're not happy here, you can leave. our time is 7:07. san francisco police investigating a possible hate crime where a racial slur
allegedly caused a fight involving up to five people. this happened saturday in the tenderloin near golden gate avenue. police say a man and three accomplices yelled a racial slur at a victim who pull out a box cutter in response. at least two of the suspects had a mallet and a baton. four suspects hit and punched that victim repeatedly. he was taken to the hospital where his conditions are not considered life-threatening. now 7:08. decision of whether to destroyed or protect a historic and controversial mural at george washington. a group of influential art, historic preservation and free speech advocates, they're trying to get a measure on the march 2020 ballot to save this mural. san francisco's score board voted to paint over the mural. it shows african
slave and native americans, and many find offensive. supporters of the mural call the decision illogical. a playstation popular for decades is returning to oakland's lakeside park. it's known as the mid central monster. it was placed near lake merit bandstand in 1952 and it was popular, but it did ware down. four years ago it was removed. it's repaired. it will be there on july 28th. 7:09. happening today, the oakland city council will vote on a possible ban of facial recognition technology by government agencies. the police department say facial recognition software helps to catch criminals. the critics say the technology has led to miss identification and abuse often involving people of
color. in may, san francisco banned city agencies from using that technology. now, oakland may do the same. the oakland city council will also consider changing the tax rates on large cannabis byes and those businesses in operating in oakland, they want a change to reduce tax rates on marijuana-related operations from 10% down to 4% or less. back in may the city council voted to reduce the tax on small cannabis businesses from 10% to less than 1%. if it's approved, the change and taxes would take effect next year. the chp is cracking down on a problem at bay area highways and we're live where they're tracking down people who use that carpool lane legally. we'll tell you where you can get your hands on
we have breaking news according to the associated press. there will not be charges against the death of the officer of gardener. gardener refused to be handcuffed and officer took him day. a grand jury refused to indict daniel on charges and gardener's dying words were "i can't breathe." 7:13. new this morning , a big name in oakland barbecue coming back to the bay area next month. flint's will fire up the barbecue pits for the first
time in nine years. the grand daughter of the original owner is holding a popup event july 4th. joe martin says she's using the same family recipe with the same great taste for ribs and chicken and she's promise she's going to schedule more popups and she's hoping to work to having a food truck and eventually a brick and martyr restaurant. the incident happened yesterday at 11:00 a.m. in the west garage. police released these surveillance videos and officers say the suspects assaulted someone on campus and stole their backpack. if you have information, contact san jose state police. time is 7:14. testimony in oakland's ghostship warehouse trial is winding down and the last two witnesses are expected to testify later this morning. yesterday a federal fta agent testified
about interviews she conducted with a contractor that lived at the warehouse and he told the jury he heard an argument in the warehouse before seeing people dressed in dark clothing running away, but the fta agent said he never said any of that in his interviews. >> yes, of course, everything that i , and i don't think in the bigger picture that is that meaningful. >> another prosecution inspector testified the day after the deadly fire, defendant almena said he put mac harris in charge of that event saying he would be able to relate to the guest better since he what younger and closing argument in the ghostship fire trial is due to begin tomorrow. henry lee will
be in the courtroom and you can read henry's daily blog on ktvu.com. the man accused of raping women while posing as a ride sharing company appears in court. the defendant's attorneys arguing that the test is illegal because there was no search warrant. on monday, prosecutor called witnesses to the stand. the hearing could wrap up tomorrow. >> right now we want to take you live to the u.s. capital where house gop leaders are holding a news conference. this is its first time we heard from republican leadership since president trump's racially charged tweet about congress women of color. >> as congresswoman presley said last week, that any individual seat at the table is only valuable, only
legitimate if that person has some pre-approved set of beliefs deemed appropriate based on their religion or gender or their race. when they say that, that is racist. so, no. our opposition to our colleagues beliefs have absolutely nothing to do with race or gender or religion. we oppose them and their policies because their policy was dangerous and wrong, and would destroy america. the issue here is the content of their policies, and we will continue to stand up and fight against what we know is wrong for this nation. and with that, i'd like to turn things over to congresswoman fox who is a republican leader of education and labor committee. >> thanks, chair cheney. thank you very much. we are going to be voting today on a very, very bad piece of legislation, hr582
which more than doubles the federal minimum wage >> you're listening to a news conference being held by house gop leaders. they're talking about their colleagues across the aisle. we're going to be monitoring this press conference and listen to more of what they're saying and see how much they address the president's tweets, and where they take their stand on it, if they take a stand on that and we'll keep you updated here on mornings on 2. >> claudine. happening now, the chp is cracking down on carpool sheets and speeders in the east bay. >> it's happening specifically along highway 4 in contra costa county. we have details on the enforcement. >>reporter: good morning to you, claudine and dave. this enforcement crackdown already in full force this morning. officers on the road less than an hour. we have seen them writing tickets and i'll step out of the way so you can see a live look at west bound highway in the leverage
area of pittsburgh. traffic coming to a stop here, and just about 30 minutes ago, the chp officers rolled out from the pittsburgh area right onto highway 4. it's their entire murder squad. they're doing an enforcement crackdown, looking for carpool cheaters along westbound highway 4. the hov lane here requires two or more people per car. so, you cannot get around it. if you do have the right number of people, then you're okay. if you don't, don't try to think of an exqueue or try , try to think of cheating that lane. they say it's mostly like things i'm going to work or i was going to pass, and the most common one, i didn't know it was a car pool lane. >> people appreciate when we're out here in force, and enforcing the law because when the person that's abiding by the law, doing what they're supposed to do, and they see numerous people pass them, like, hey, what is
that person doing. why am i following the law, but nothing is happening for me. we want to make sure we're seeing, we have that enforcement and keep it up on a more frequent basis. this is a start of law enforcement on a regular basis on highway 4. >> the chp in costa contra pulled someone off. there's a dummy in the car and driver was pulled over and admitted to the officer that they had been getting away with that in the carpool lane for about two years and that driver was cited. and also another enforcement tactic that's going to be cracked down on isng. highway 4 apparently seize a lot of speeders and people going in excessive 100 miles per hour from brentwood all the way down to concord, and that happens when the morning and evening commute traffic clears out. so we're talking middle of the afternoon. weekends, especially, in the middle of the night around midnight.
those are things the chp officer are going to be looking for, speeding and carpool cheater and they say the decisions you make behind the wheel matters and the extra minutes you think you're going to get isn't going to help you. make smart choices. we'll check back with chp and give you an update around 8:15 to see how many tickets they have been working and how enforcement is going. live in pittsburgh, kristin rendon. >> christine. i'm happy that person admitted to driving in their car with that dummy. people get frustrated sitting in traffic, sal. they think of crazy things to get them through traffic. >> maybe they should try the transit options. >> or find a real friend. >> good morning, everyone. let's look at the bay traffic and traffic is going to be a little tough
coming in to the bay bridge toll plaza. fog cover, but it's not foggy on the stand. low fog. this is a like at interstate 880 in oakland. and also some of the other commutes are going to be slow. san mateo bridge looks like it's thick. it looks like it's stop headed to the high rise. it doesn't look like there's a crash. southbound commute is not getting a little more filled in. on this tuesday, it does seem as if a lot of people are out to work on this tuesday in july. sometimes we get lighter than usual days in july. today, it doesn't appear to be one of them. 7:22. let's bring steve in. >> thank you, kindly, sir. >> yes, sir. we'll get to it after a hot day yesterday and no fog. the fog is screaming back, so temperatures are below average for most. oakland will be very close. but sliding below, san francisco did hit 70 yesterday. and the first time this month the high temp has been above the high average which was 67. clouds making it to the north associating with a
system swinging through. it's an over shore wind and 50s and 60s. one to four degrees cooler than 24 hours ago and low clouds along the coast and higher clouds to the north now moving in, and the combination of those two with that system deepening dropping toward us, it will usher in a cooler patterns. low, low, low 90s. temperatures will continue to work their way down over the next few days and bottom out thursday or friday and a little rebound for your important weekend, claudine. >> it's an important weekend. 6:23. heat waves will become more intense. coming up, we'll tell you how hot summers across the bay area are going to get if changes aren't made to global warning. a 9-year-old girl dies after swimming in the backyard pool. the dangerous problem that was ignored that's now being blamed for the child's death.
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a salty pool life is being blamed for the death of a 9-year-old girl near sacramento. mckenzie was s elect friday cuted. she touched a hot wire on a light in the pool that was in the process of being repaired and mckenzie was taken to the hospital where she was pronounced dead. one technician says when there's a short you could feel something in the air as you
approach the water. >> the first sign of any problem is a little tingle. that would mean you have a problem in that pool. never touch that fixture and turn off the power right away. >> the technician adds that pools built before 1981 should have their pool light and pumps checked if owners aren't sure of the electrical conditions. one cell phone carrier is teaming up with a fast food chain. find out what t-mobile and taco bell will open the t-mobile stores and thousands of problems along pg&e. we're live in san mateo and what official was doing to prevent a repeat of the 2017 and 2018 wildfires caused by its equipment.
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[ music ] >> we are taking you back. taking you into the cloud cover of san francisco and taking you back on your music playlist before there were playlist. when there were just mixed tapes on cassettes. >> you really going back. >> 1985 is what i'm told. >> yeah. howard. >> i remember. >> howard jones. howard jones. >> howard jones, yes. >> okay. >> things can get better. >> i can sing along. i can put on some leg warmers. >> takes you back in time with a beauty shot as well. it's tuesday, july 16th. i'm dave clark. >> i'm claudine wong.
the bay area average than higher temperatures. scientist say it will be unbearably hot in salon that county in the east and north bay for longer stretches of time because of climate change. that could mean 35 days a year of 105--degree temperatures in vacaville, napa would have 12 really, really hot days. livermore would have 13. the guy at the weather service calls heat advisory, the days when the temps are expected to hit 100 degrees, so sound about right, steve? >> i let others debate that. >> yeah. >> it's a nice summer for us, let's focus on the current. >> yeah, right. yeah. >> i was thinking that. it has been pretty good. >> it has been a nice summer for us, and yesterday was the warmer days to hot days, but still we weren't setting records, but santa rosa, 95.
concord, 93 #. upper 80s for some. the city did hit 70 degrees. the first time this month that their high temp has been around the average, so 60, 70s in the bay. 80s far inland from daly city to vacaville. we will have a few high clouds moving to the north. the system deepened and that's allowing the onshore breeze to kick in. 50s and 60s on the temp and they're running four to five degrees. 55 el cerrito. 50, 52 and the san francisco buoy has gone down. it ushered in a cooler day. mainly 80s through
then tear y'all interior. >> one of the things we're noticing, some days are light. it's a 30 minute drive from the car gus bridge. right here at the bay bridge toll plaza, we have a 20-minute wait. no problems on 880. it's beginning to get a little slower driving into downtown and last time we showed you a stop on san mateo bridge, and things are easing out. northbound 101 if you're driving on the bay shore freeway, you're going to notice there's slow traffic in san francisco. so if this is your commute, san francisco near 280 and 101, you need to get yourself extra time. 7:33. let's go back to the desk. five people in the hospital after a crash between an
ac transit car and a crash. it happened about 4:30 this morning at dakota and the driver of the bus and car were taken to the hospital along with three of the bus passengers. the call to the crash is still under investigation. pg&e is taking preventive measures to prevent a wild caused by its equipment. the data showing 10,000 issues of its power equipment. the repairs are already done and what needs to be completed. sarah has details of that report. good morning, sarah. >>reporter: good morning, claudine. there's a spread sheet and it has thousands of issues and we have noticed woodpecker damage to poles to incorrectly installed conductors. pg&e is doing this accelerated safety inspection and they
have about 2,000 employeeses tractors helping them out with that. now, these are areas of higher risk of wildfires and employees and contractors have gone through 70,000 distribution lines and 50,000 transmission lines and 220 substations. according to documents on pg&e website, 9,671 issues were found of the equipment that needs to be replaced. 16% is in the bay area. here's here's the break down. there were 511 incidents of broken or damaged equipment and 855 pieces of decayed or rotten commitment and 36 incidents of corrosion and 109 incidents of leaking. a-tags need immediate action, and b-tags require attention within three months and according to the company, all 8 tags are repaired, are safe or being worked on.
pg&e safety program said quote, we have accomplished a lot, but there's more work to do. our system is better today than it was yesterday and it will be better tomorrow than today. now we have reached out to pg&e for additional comment on these issues and we were told they may have more information later on this morning. in san mateo county, sara zendaha. a man will be charged with the murder of scientist. suzanne eaton who was born in oakland. she body was found in a site used for world war ii. a man who lives on the island confessed to the crime. and a second man was detained for questioning as a possible accomplice. she was attending a conference in crete and she was seen july 2nd. her body was found 6 days later. the man who
admitted to can iing , addmitted to killing a couple will be sentenced. there was emotional statements from the family. galvin is accused of killing the camp counselors lindsay and alan. the parents of lindsay were in a courtroom for the sentencing and her mother brought her daughter's unused wedding dress. >> this dress is empty. it represents, their lives were taken and their marriage was taken, our children were taken. it just shows what he did. >> galvin was sentenced for the murder of his brother. 2016 says he killed his brother with a homemade rifle to avoid the death penalties and he pleaded no contest. a federal judge slashing millions of dollars from a
jury award given to a santa rosa man who developed cancer after using the weed killer roundup made by m ashgs monsanto. the judge says has to follow guidelines from a 2013 supreme court ruling that says punitive damages have to be in line with compensatory damages. a new immigration policy takes effect today that effectively gets rid of an asylum for migrants crossing the border. migrants who pass through a country first must seek an asylum there. the department of homeland security and the doj issued the new rule yesterday which targets migrants from central america. >> this is going to send a clear message though to people considering coming up illegally to this country to
overwhelm our border was the hope that they'll get by that first hurdle and then disappear into our interior. >> this is a shocking development, but it's not totally out of the, out of the realm of what's been happening recently. >> there are some exceptions to the new rule including immigrants who apply for an asylum in a new country and sex traffic. they say it couldn't be morin consistent with our international laws and says they'll file a lawsuit. 7:39. facebook goes back to capitol hill and they're facing questions about its digital currency lebra and we'll tell you why the trump administration doesn't like it. one was unhappy with her visit to disneyland. see what's coming up next on mornings on 2. >> coming up in the
next half, more than a million on facebook say they plan to storm area 51 in search of ufo's and aliens and find out how the air force and military officials are respond willing to this alleged plan. and coming up on the 9. >> we choose to go to the moon in this decay and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard. >> celebrating the project that pushed the boundaries of space exploration. we're going to hear from a nassau scientist about the apollo mission and plans to travel back to the moon and beyond. we're back.
member is speaking out about what she says is low wages at disneyland. she says she made an undercover visit to the park to talk with employees thereafter a worker sent her a facebook message complaining will low wages. she says other disney workers told her they have a hard time making ends meet. disney says after her visit, she wrote an e-mail to disney's ceo robert iler urging him to increase the pay of workers. our time is 7:43. facebook in washington begin a two-day congressional hearing about its plans for a digital currency. pam cook is back in the studio with today's dollars and cents. >> keeping an eye on that hearing right now in the news room. the executive in charge of facebook's new division called calebra is answering questions about privacy concerns and trust and its digital currency and the senators are concerned after huge data breaches
at facebook. when the opening bell rang this morning, facebook stocks gained a little ground. we'll watch this during this hearing and the retailers expected to get a boost from that big amazon prime, driven black friday in july sales going pretty well for the retailers including amazon. taking a look at the numbers. dao jones reaching the new record. it's up a little bit right now. 28 points, but to 27,387 and right now, taking a look at the nasdaq and the s&p 500 and the s&p have been much most of the day, it's down a little bit. 3014 and the nasdaq slipping to 8256. now during that banking committee hear this morning, the facebook executive addressed safety concerns. he testified that facebook will not share the data concerning libra and it will separate personal and financial data. the senator, many of them still expressing concerns
this morning. the trump administration has been very vocal against libra specifically and encrypt occurrent see. treasury secretary steve mnuchin told reporters he has serious concerns that libra could be used for money laundering and human trafficking and financing terrorism toyota has to pay a settlement. the dealer said toyota retaliated after he raised safety concerns about a 2014prius recall that did not fix the defects. toyota denied any wrong doing. t-mobile is becoming t-mobile in three u.s. cities. they're getting a chance to experience the latest from taco bell and t-mobile combined. on tuesday, the company are opening three t-mobile stores offering free food, a
limited edition, t-mobll and mobile swag and this comes after they had a successful partnership with their free taco bell deals. they'll open up in chicago, new york and los angeles, but if you're not in those cities, you could win a 500 taco bell gift card by following t-mobell. >> so you want me to investigate it as you always do. >> i think you should do some research. >> i'm going in, pam. thanks, pam. time is 7:46. let's check the commute for you. sal, you're busy. i see a lot is going on. what's happening out there? >> i'm trying to figure out when this crash in san francisco will actually clear. it's causing a bunch of slow traffic. normally we can see san francisco's 101 with our camera. it's just too foggy, but i will say that southbound 101 is very slow right from the 80 split, right here
where the traffic off the bridge comes down to that crash. it has one lane blocked on 280. it's affecting 280 itself as it's causing congestion here at the allegany maze. please give yourself extra time, even northbound 101 is going to be effected by this. as we go to the south bay, slowing on 85, to 101 to the west valley. getting away from heyward to peninsula, this traffic is easing up. 880 is slow into downtown oakland from davis street. and if you see at the bay bridge, it's backed up to the maze. we don't have a light day. that san francisco thing could affect the bay bridge if it's there longer. we'll keep an eye on it for you. it's 7:47 >> what time is it? >> 7:47. steve paulson, you're cleared to land >> tray tables up. turn off your electronic devices. >> pull upright
position, steve. >> 28 left. >> all right. >> will we get peanut s on this flight. we were rocking it yesterday. cooler on, people ask, do you script that. we do not. that is all off the cuff. 60, 70s to near 90s. santa rosa, you were the leader at 95. today we'll cool it off and the city will hit 70. a high temp over the climate average. the system swinging by right there. this was october, november. i would say we're getting rain, but this time of year, it ushers in a cooler pattern. 50s and 60s on the temps. beaumont says we're in there. over to union city and fremont, and 59 san mateo. water temps have
gone down since 4:00 a.m. 50, 52, that's brisk. cold water combined with an onshore breeze is giving us a cooler day today. and it looks like, there might be a little bump up in the temperatures over the next few days, but it looks like the trend is cooler. 50s and 60s and 70s and a few 90s. they'll level off and warmer and nice on the weekend, dave. >> good time. it's 7:49. today is the 50th anniversary of nassau's launch of the apollo 11 mission to the moon, the united states wants to send people back to the moon. coming up in the next hour, we'll show you nassau's latest team sent to the moon and give you a different view of the galaxy. getting good night sleep is going high tech. obsessing about our sleep actually keeping us up all night? we'll talk to a medical expert about the risk of
limit of their local roads caused liability and safety concerns and the owner said they tried to find solutions but couldn't find a way to change the parking or those really narrow roads. the historic names of several yosemite national parkland marks are being restored after a settlement of a long lawsuit over naming rights. the landmarks had to be renamed back in 2015 after the park service awarded its concession contract to a new operator. and the old operator sued saying it owned the names. but a $12 million settlement reached yesterday would allow yosemite to restore the historic names. so the awani hotel will be the awani again after being called the majestic hotel. they'll go back to their original names. this morning, on today's health check, sleep trackers are really
popular now. people are using wrist sensors and smartphone apps to see how much sleep you're getting, but the sleep apps can be tricker especially if you focus too much on getting the perfect night sleep like i do. beth galvin of fox's medical team is here. beth, it's good to see you. for those who get up early, we don't always get a good night sleep. what kinds of things do these sleep trackers really measure? >> they measure different things, but it varies. it tracks movement during why i sleep to see if you toss or turn or if you're one of those still deeper sleepers and it can look at things like your heart rate, your breathing, the room temperature, the light in the room. so they can tell you a lot of things generally overall and how you're doing when it comes to sleep. >> what can these sleep trackers really tell us?
>> so i think that they can tell us how we're doing overall in our sleep habits. are we getting enough sleep? are we in a good sleep routine? do we need to cut back on alcohol or step up our exercise? those kinds of things to improve the quality of our sleep, and i think they're helpful for people who are already probably, you know, maybe like you dave, getting a good night sleep, but you like to do better. they like to get more. it can give you a bigger picture, one of these sleep trackers. >> i know it's really important. the experts warn sleep trackers may make sleep problems worse for some people, how? >> that's because, i think some people we get competitive and we start fix ating on the numbers and the sleep draft and think we're having sleep issues when we're not. it can back fire on you and keep you up because you're anxious about it. the best thing for
figuring that out, how do you feel when you wake up in the morning and how do you feel during the evening time. if you're slacking in the energy department, those are signs you have a bigger issue. you're not getting good quality sleep and you probably don't need an app or a sensor to tell you that. dave. >> you know for yourself. good advice. good information. beth galvin, of fox medical team. always good to hear from you. >> thank you. >> have a good day. time now 7:56. still ahead, as temperatures keep rising across the bay area, so does that risk of fires. coming up, there's power shut offs. we'll tell you what they're doing to make sure water service is not affected. plus we're going to tell you what caused a data center to shutdown at san francisco state university. it affected students and the
a deadly helicopter crash in the east bay. a flight instructor killed. his student seriously injured. we're live in heyward into the investigation of what went wrong. a grass fire destroyed two homes in the south bay. what's being done to prevent more fires. cracking down on those who use the carpool illegal. we're live in the east bay with a look at what chp is doing today. good morning, everyone. and welcome back to mornings on 2. it's tuesday, july 16th. i'm mike.
>> i'm claudine wong. it's going to be a nice day and i like the gray. >> mike, a little too warm for claudine, but i'm betting you like it. >> it was perfect. >> that's okay. i think she likes -- >> i like to leave room for improvement. >> we're doing that today or yesterday it was fog-free. everybody warmed up. santa rosa was the out there at 95. fairfield, 94. concord, 93. livermore at 91 degrees. but the fog machine has come roaring back in. you can drop 15 to 10 degrees. 60s on the coast. 70s, mostly for the inland areas. now, well inland, there could be low 90s, but for most, they'll drop off, 3 to 5 or more. warm clouds. not as hot. a lot of high clouds skirting to the north. you can see a dip in the jet stream. that enhances the
fog bank. cooler here. 60 santa clara valley. they get a northwest breeze. but fog made it on the stan that cruz coast and the water temps are cold. 50, 52. the fog has a lot of help, with the cold water temps. 60, 70s, mainly 80s through the interior. here's sal. >> steve, we have a problem in marine county slowing traffic heading down to marine wood, southbound 101. it starts to slow at 37. it's solid to the marine wood exit. if you're getting on at fratis parkway, you're going to say where is everyone. they're stuck in traffic. give yourself extra time. if you can't wait, know you're going to be behind schedule in marin. san francisco, they cleared a crash southbound 101. it's improving a little bit on 101 from cesar chavez, but it's going to take a while for
that to improve. the peninsula is non eventful and slow at palo alto. san mateo bridge moderate. when you get up to the bay bridge toll plaza using 880, that traffic is backed up for a 20-minute delay. 8:02. let's go back to the desk. a federal investigator will be at the heyward site where a flight instructor was killed and a student injured. allie rasmus has details. >>reporter: i just spoke with a representative from the national transportation safety board and he confirmed one of their investigators is to the crash site. you can see some of the wreckage from this deadly helicopter crash that happened yesterday out here on one of the runways and we can show you the new video. it's located at quite a distance from where we are. zooming in, you can see that this was a robinson r44 helicopter. a helicopter commonly used for
flight train and two people were onboard. the instructor killed and the student injured. right now and until federal investigators arrive, a hey police patrol is standing by to make sure no one comes near this scene. prodger was the victim. he's the owner and chief flight instructor of vertical flight school. they were practicing a hovering maneuver. the student was able to walk out of the wreckage and was rushed to the hospital. we don't have an update on the student's condition, so far this morning, though we've reached out to the hospital to try and get more information. and it's not clear whether prodger or student were at the controls of the helicopter at the time of this crash. >> they were talking to the air-traffic controller, and i'm not aware of problems before the accident occurred. all of this is under investigation by the national
transportation safety board. they'll determine a probably cause. they are sending an investigator here and they will come up with some preliminary findings. give some idea of what they found on the scene. >> now, prodger friends and colleagues and friends described him as an traveler and father to three grown children. we'll see what caused this helicopter crash and again their inspectors are expected to be out here any minute. the last estimate we got was around 8:00 this morning. so we haven't seen anyone out here yet, but sometime in the next half hour or so, we're expecting to see some more activity here. live in heyward, allie rasmus, ktvu. recent power line inspections revealed 10,000 problems with its equipment including some that need immediate action. pg&e says the problems were
discovered between november and end of may. during inspections of power towers and poles near high fire areas. some poles were broken or damaged and pg&e says they have fixed most of the issues that posed the greatest risk. east bay mud is placing portable generators and pumps in the east bay to use when pg&e shuts off power when there's high fire danger and the water agency says the equipment is necessary. 29 emergency backup generators are being placed in nine east bay city and the general later will , the generators will be placed from august through november. a fast moving grass fire burned 47 acres and destroyed two homes in san jose yesterday. homes in a nearby subdivision were evacuated as crews work to contain the fire. >> we done everything as far as i could tell, you know, keeping the weeds down, but
this kind of stuff, we don't own that. >> crews remained in the area throughout the night to make sure hot spots did not flare up. a fire destroyed structures in san martin. those fires broke out near, and in all, flames burned a total of five acres. in sonoma county, investigators say another person was hit and killed by a smart train. this happened yesterday at 4:00 north of the golf club rail crossing and the incident caused disrupt in smart train areas. pedestrian is the 5th person to die on smart train tracks in the last three weeks. two of those deaths were ruled suicides. and this comes as new pedestrian safety gates are being installed in an effort to increase bike rides approaching the tracks. we're checking with san francisco's state university about a developing story on campus overnight.
administrators say the campus will remain today after a data center shutdown yesterday. the university says a bursted water pipe is to blame and the issue is affecting tela communications including direct 911 calls to university police. those are being redirected to external law enforcement agencies. police in san jose state university are looking for two suspects after a robbery on campus. incident happened yesterday at 11:00 in the morning in the west garage. police released these surveillance photos, officers say the suspects assaulted someone on campus and stole their backpack. if you have information, contact san jose state police. police in san francisco are investigating a possible hate crime in which a racial slur prompted a fight involving up to five people. this happened saturday into the tenderloin near levin worth. a manueled a racial slur at a 33-year-old man. the four suspects hit and punched the victim repeatedly and he was transported to the hospital, but his injuries are not considered life-threatening. the house of
representatives is set to vote to condemn president trump for launching a racially twitter attack on four congress women of color. the four women known as the squad did hold a news conference in response to the president's tweets telling them they should go back to where they came from. the president is not backing away from those controversial remarks. >> it doesn't concern me because many people agree with me. >> he does not know how to defend his policies. so what he does is attack us personally. >> the proposed measure before the house today says the president's words quote have legitimized and increased fear and hatred of new americans and people of color. and the president is continuing to tweet this morning about the congresswoman, among the tweets, there's this one that says quote, have been spewing the hate evident and disgusting things and that our country is free and beautiful, and very successful. if you hate our country, or if you're not happy here, you can leave. the decision to either destroy or
protect a historic mural at george washington high school in san francisco may be decided by voters. a group of free speech advocates and artist are trying to get a bill on the ballot. there's images of slaves and native americans that many people find offensive. mural supporters call the decision illogical and describe it as monument of antiracism. a play structure popular for decades is returning to oakland's lakeside park. this is the lake merit monster which is also known as the mid century monster. it was originally placed near the lake merit bandstand back in 1952. it was very popular, but it did get warn down. four years ago it was fenced off and removed. it has been repaired now. and it's going to be rededicated at the bandstand near
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not be bringing civil rights charger against a new york city police officer the 2014 choke hold death of eric gardener. officers were trying to arrest guarder that he was selling loose cigarettes and he refused to be handcuffed and he was taken down and he later died. guarder necessary dying words "i can't breathe" became a rallying cry for police reform activist. investigators say this man grabbed a woman at gunpoint yesterday morning when she was sitting in her vehicle. they say she was behind a business on first street and grant avenue when the robber opened that passenger door and pointed a hand begun at her and he took her money and credit cards. one week ago today when nguyen parked his truck in
and a trailer in a climate's driveway in san jose. nguyen says he left the trailer unlocked. when he walk into the backyard, the burglars got away with his lawnmower and blower and several other tools. nguyen walked off as they were driving off. a go fund me account has been set up to help him buy new equipment. an aft testified about conducting interviews with the contractor who lived at the warehouse and the contractor told the jury he heard bottles breaking and an argument before seeing 7 people dressed in dark clothing running away, but the fta agent said the contractor never said that during his interviews. >> yes, of course. anything that impeaches the incredible is painful for me, but i don't think he was impeached adequately and i don't think in the bigger picture it's
that meaningful. >> inspector for the da's office testified he said that the day after the fire, derrick almena said he put harris in charge of the event that night saying he would be able to relate better with the guest since he was younger and closing arguments are scheduled for july 19th. henry lee has been reporting from the courtroom throughout this trial. you can read his daily blog on our website at ktvu.com. chp cracking down on carpool cheaters and speeders. >> it's happening along highway 4 in contra costa. we have a look at the enforcement with christina. >>reporter: i just checked in with contra costa and police say they have written 50 citations since 6:30 this morning. here's a look at westbound highway 4 in the pittsburgh area as you head toward 242 and concord. this enforcement is going to go on all
morning looking for carpool cheats and traffic slowing down earl. around 6:45 the motor squad hit the road in the love ridge area. again, they're doing an enforcement crackdown looking for carpool cheaters all along westbound highway 4. and within the last hour, there was video from chp that we obtained showing one of those carpool cheaters getting pulled over and anyone violating those hov lanes if they do not have more than two people in the car. i asked officers, what excused they get. most people say they were going to work or they were using the lane to pass and the most common, i didn't know it was a armor, a car pool lane. >> this hurts
people in collisions is speed. we want to get those speeders off the road or get people to realize hey, the 20 extra miles you're going over the speed limit is not worth it. >> take a look at this photo. it's a dummy in the passenger seat of a car. the chp pulled somebody over last week right here on highway 4 if are this and the driver admitted to the officer they had been getting away with that dummy in the passenger seat in the carpool lane for two years and the person was cited. again, you heard the officer talking about speeding and they want to crackdown on speeders as well. highway 4 has an issue with people going above 100 miles an hour from brentwood down to concord. they're not sure why that happens. it happens once the morning and evening commute clears out. they're going to be looking for speeders, and carpool cheaters. they say think about the decisions you make behind the wheel. it does affect everyone on the road, not just
yourself because saving that extra time really isn't worth it. if you're out here this morning on highway 4, really any part of the bay area you're driving, whenever you are, keep it safe on the roads. kristin rendon, fox 2 news. >> thank you for that. >> two years of using a dummy, that's aggressive. >> the better advice is public transportation, or maybe carpooling. casual carpooling. >> get a friend. share the commute, and cost. hopefully that guy won't do that anymore or gal, whoever it was. let's talk about marin county. let me start there because southbound 101 is slow from roland boulevard which is beyond 37 heading down into marin wood because of a crash near the marin wood area. the traffic is going to be slow through out and if you're getting on the free in san rafael, it looks good, but people in
navado is slowing a commute. there was a crash we had at the 101, 280 interchange, that's gone, but traffic is slow. you can see on the peninsula, slow from san mateo into redwood city and the south bay commute is low. also looking at 880 beginning to slow north of davis into downtown and at the bay bridge, it is backed up for a 20-minute wait before you make it onto the span. 8:19. let's bring steve in with today's weather. >> thank you, kind, sir. >> yes, sir. the coast was clear. we were fog-free. and temperatures went way up. that's not the case today. there's a fog bank and it's moving you the coast filling in so cooler coast bay will not be as hot. still warm, but not as hot. we're running 1 to 7 degrees cooler than yesterday at this time. santa rose, 89. after yesterday's 95 or 96 depending if you were in
town. oakland 73. livermore, 87. san jose 80. the city did hit 70. the warmest july temp so far. they have yet to go over the average, but they did yesterday. too much fog and higher clouds zipping through the north. they're thinning out, but associated with that system in the pacific northwest, that's the pattern here for months. another load drops in and the ridge builds back in and the forecast model tries to build back that four corners high and they have shown it over california. 50s for some, and temperatures beginning to make the move. it's 2 to 7 degrees cooler than yesterday. concord leading wait with minus 7. minus -- santa rosa was 12 degrees warmer. that's not the case. 50, 52 and the water temp has gone down. there's a south wind in santa rosa and yesterday a northwest wind. west, , southwest and
napa. combination of the two will give us a cooler day today. sunny and not as hot unless you're inland. it will come down about 3 to 7 degrees compared to yes at this time. santa cruz has warmer temperatures. it looks cooler, not too much tomorrow and a bigger drop at the end of the week. the weekend, a little rebound. >> chief, thank you. a positive moment for people in the town of paradise after last year's fire. we'll show you the first family able to rebuild after the camp family. those on facebook says they plan to, find out how military officials are responding.
more than a million people responded to a joke event page on facebook that plans to have the group storm area 51. >> the united states air force is not taking it lightly. the air force is issuing a warning. >>reporter: it was a joke but one the air force is taking seriously. a facebook post and fake design to get likes. announcing a plan to raid the air force base known as area 51 which has been at the center of ufo and alien conspiracy theories for decades and
more than 1 million people signed up. they can't stop us all event is slated for september in which the post declares we can move faster than their bullets. let's see them aliens. it has been enough to the air force, which doesn't use the term area 51 to describe the live fire training range, the largest in the united states located at nellus air force base in nevada and the reason air force officials don't want people to trespass on the base, they're worried some might be killed. quote, any attempt to illegally access military installation or military training area is dangerous. there has been renewed interest in ufo sighting since it has been revealed this year and the military spent $22 million to research ufo's and announce new classified guidelines for how its pilot should report them. last month the navy briefed several senators on capitol hill about ufo
encounter like this one. from a navy f18 training mission four years ago off the east coast of the united states. an unidentified aerial phenomenon. >> you have objects maneuvering without signs. >> it's not clear the 1.1 million facebook follow hes who said they're going to storm area 51 are real and not russian five. jennifer griffin, fox news. it started with free tacos and one cell phone carrier is teaming up with a popular fast food chain. coming up, find out when t-mobile and taco bell will open t-mobell stores. problems along pg&e power lines and we have what pge and officials are doing to prevent a repeat of the last two
77 miles per hour, but yet they hit 77 degrees. >> it was one of those. 45, 50. it feels like the winds you would experience in a winter storm. >> things have calmed down a little bit, but yesterday was a day with warm. what a difference a day makes. a symphony of ship fog horns since the wee hour and will the sun break today. yes. thcity did hit 70 today and today i'm going 64. is this too much of an onshore breeze. it's tricky when you get a temperature drop. bringing temps from the 90s to the 80s. 70s mainly around the bay and 60 cents on the coast unless you're in santa cruz. fog is filling in on the coast in a big way. higher clouds moving north. i'll show you that system deepening in the pacific northwest. tail end of that moving through the bay area and that
enhancing the onshore breeze. 60s. concord minus 7. napa, santa rosa, a south wind in santa rosa is cooler than a north wind compared to yesterday. look for mostly sunny conditions unless you're by the coast. partly cloudy and temps coming down. 60s and 70s and mainly 80s through the interior. here's sal. steve, we have traffic lingering at the bay bridge, for example, if you're trying it get into san francisco, you'll see a 20-minute delay before you pass the metering lights and get onto the span. it's beginning to improve a little bit. i can tell just by watching how fast the cars going through, and if you have the luxury of waiting, it would probably be better in an hour. some people have that discretion. this is a look at interstate 880. it's moderate heavy driving through oakland. approaching the lafayette and rendering area. if you're driving in the south bay area, those areas are jammed getting
to the west valley. highway 101 slows in redwood city. 8:32. let's go back to the desk. pg&e wildlife efforts continues. the results are surprising. pge and released data showing 10,000 issues with its power equipment. sarah zendehnam has been looking at that right. >>reporter: it's a long list of issues that pge and has with its equipment. the goal is to fix those issues and prevent wildfires. to do that, pg&e accelerated their safety. they have been doing that june to may. 50,000 tran mission lines and 220 substations. according to documents on pg&e's website, 9,671
issues were found. here's part of a break down provided by the chronicle. pg&e found 2,511 incidents of broken or damaged equipment. and 855 pieces of decayed rotten equipment. and 101 incidents of leakage. b tags require attention within three months. according to the company, all a-tags are repaired, are safe or being worked on. in san mateo county, there's 29% of b-tags that need to be fixed. pg&e vice-president of the community wildfire safety program said quote, we have accomplished a lot. but there's nor work to be do. our system is better today than it was yesterday. and it will be better tomorrow than it is today. we have reached out to pg&e for additional comment on their findings and we were told they may release more information later on this morning. for now, in san
mateo county, sara zendehnam. paradise is growing again following last year's fire. the town issued its first ticket of occupancy for a rebuild home to the sinclair family yesterday and the sinclairs lost everything during the campfire 8 months ago and paradise lost more than 90% of this population. and town officials are hoping people come back. they have hired more staff to help with permit april applications. a crash happened at the intersection of dakota. the drivers of the bus and car were both transported to the hospital along with three bus passengers. the cause of that collision is not yet known. happening today, the berkeley city council will take its first vote on a controversial plan to phase out natural gas and the proposal by councilwoman harrison would require any home construction to use
electricity as the only power source and harris says burning gas can cause greenhouse gas. a man will spend the rest of his life in prison. a judge sentenced 40-year-old shawn gallon to three life terms without parole. gallon is accused of shooting camp counselors on a beach in jenner in 2004. the parents of lindsay cutshaw were in the courtroom for the except tensing and her mother brought her daughter's unused wedding dress. >> this dress is empty. it represents their lives were taken, their marriage were taken, our children were taken. it just shows what he did. >> gallon was sentenced for the murder of his brother in 2017. prosecutor say gallon shot and killed his brother with a homemade
rifle. to avoid the death penalty for all three, he pleaded no contest. the trump administration says migrants who pass through another country first must seek asylum there and they'll be eligible for or ineligible i should say. this rule targets migrants from central america. >> in is going to send a clear message though to people considering coming up illegally to this country to overwhelm our borders with the hope that they'll get by this first hurtle and then disappear into our interior. >> this is a shocking development. but it's not totally out of the realm of what's been happening recently. >> there are some exceptions including immigrants who apply for asylum in
another country and victims of sex trafficking. the aclu says they'll file a lawsuit to stop it. president trump plan to deport immigrants in the united states legally, they say tracking down one person could take hours or days. officers say they have to conduct surveillance, sitting in front of a person's home for hours waiting for them to appear. >> probably two hours or four officers total, about 8 hours man hours spent on targeting and making these arrest. >> there are an estimated 11 million undock used immigrants in the united states. 525,000 have been deportation orders against them. iso fishes said they don't have the personnel or budget to track down that many people. facebook back on capitol hill today to face questions about its new digital currency. coming up, why the
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mckenzie was electrocuted and she was swimming with a friend when she touched a hot wire on a light in the pool that was in the process of being repaired. mckenzie was taken to the hospital where she was later pronounced dead and people are older homes are urged to check their pool's lighting. annie tligs says when there's a short you can feel something in the air as you approach the water. >> the first sign of any problem is a little tingle. that would mean you have a problem in that pool. never touch that fixture. turn off the power right away. >> the technician adds that pools built before 18 of 1981 should have their light pools checked. the cdc says there were 14 new cases reported from july 3rd to the 11th and there have been no new fatalities reported. there have been outbreaks in 28 states this year. by the cdc says no outbreaks reported
in any new states since early june. health experts are offering patients advice on how to wash children's toys. they say use hot soapy water for plastic and woody ones, create a mixture of distilled vinegar and water and use a lent-free cloth. give your child's toys a good spread to avoid the spread of bacteria. coming up on the 9:00 hour, things slowing down, sal. >> yeah. yes, sometimes i don't hear like i used to. mike, what did you say? yes. things are beginning to get a little better as you drive through and let's talk about these commutes. highway 24 is slow in lafayette. westbound 24 as you drive-thru the lafayette area, things and things are
beginning to settle down. if you want to watch the next problem which is 15 minutes and you watch that and get on the road, that's better for you. westbound bay bridge, you can see that traffic is backed up all the way up to the macarthur maze. no problems on 880, and the sun is beaming brighter in the east bay just as steve said it would. the fog is beginning to lift and the eastbound map is beginning to get better. if you have a little bit of time, waiting might help. it is 8:43. let's bring steve in with today's weather. >> what did you say? >> it's 8:43. >> speak into my horn, thank you sal. sal is right. some of that fog is lifting, but it will be a cooler day today as the fog has returned. it was fog-free yesterday. that is not the case. now you see some in the distance. cooler coast in may and not as hot. and warm unless you're out to the valley or close to it. 60s, 70s and 80s. after yesterday, a bunch of 90s and some below average and some near
average. santa rosa still 5 above oakland. san francisco, we hit 70 today. not today. too much fog. 64. a few high clouds thinning out over parts of marin, sonoma, and mendocino county. a band associated with that system that's deepened off the pacific in the west and it's a west, southwesterly wind to the delta and the cold water temps is helping cool us down. a bunch of these were in the 70s. but that's not the case today. we're running 2 to 7 degrees cooler. concord has minus 7 and a bunch of minus 5. a southerly direction for santa rosa is a cooler one than a north, or northwest which is what they had yesterday. fog is marching up the coast. it's making a move and temperatures will continue to kind of slide down here. 60s, 70s, and 80s for most interior unless you're
inland, and you'll get 90s. it looks like that theme will level off and continue cooler toward the end of the week and a rebound for the weekend, mike and claudine. >> we'll take you. still to come on the 9. >> the eagle has landed. >> marking the 50th anniversary of the apollo launch. a legendary name in oakland barbecue history making a comeback. when you can get your hands on the iconic flint's barbecue smoked ribs and chicken.
new this morning, a big name in oakland barbecue is returning to the bay area. next month, flint's will fire up the barbecue pits for the first time in nine years and the grand daughter of the original opener is holding a pop up event. and martin says she's using the same family recipe for the taste of the ribs and chicken and she's promising to schedule more pop ups and hope to have a food truck. facebook is testifying on capitol hill and the surge passed another record. >> let's get to pam cook with today's dollars and cents. >> good numbers this week. a couple of good reports from the dow. good earnings reports. retail sales number from the black friday in july.
definitely helping the markets today. when the opening bell rang this morning, gold man and sacks earned estimates for the quarter. that was offset by jp morgan and chase and johnson & johnson. checking in on the number, the dow jones did surge pass another height. up a little bit. 5 points but enough to pass through that. the s&p 500 down, hanging onto 3,000. the nasdaq at 825. during the senate baking hearing, the facebook executive addressed safety concerns. he testified that facebook will not share the data concerning libra. its proposed digital currency, and will separate personal and financial data. the trump administration has been very vocal against libra specifically, and cryptocurrency. steve mnuchin says facebook has work
to do before libra can be trusted and said it could be used for money laundering and money trafficking and funding human terrorism. brown ask if facebook employees would invest their money in libra. >> libra is not meant to compete with bank accounts and we will not pay interest. it's like cash. like digital cash. >> that's really avoiding the question. do you trust your currency so much that you and your team are willing to see 100% of your compensation being paid to you in that currency. >> if your question is whether i would trust all of my asset in libra, the answer is yes. >> david markets, ahead of facebook he -- fathers are getting recognition on the diaper box. it's apart of a
campaign for the huggies delivery diaper. there's 7 did i boxes. three with men and babies. four with women and babies. the new premium diaper looks like that. and it touts plant based ingredients and they're packaged in black boxes and huggies have been criticized for advertising dads being -- t-mobile is becoming t-mobell. next tuesday the companies are opening three t-mobell store and will offer free food and t-mobile swag. this comes after the two companies had a successful partnership with their free taco tuesday deal. the t-mobell will open in new york, chicago, and los angeles. if you're not in those cities, you can win a 500 taco bell gift card or other prizes by following t mobile on twitter. >> some of the
amazon prime reviews and mike, we were talking about it, your family is in on the instant pot. he was going not the instant pot. >> that was a big hitter. >> have you heard the sous-vide way of cooking. it's a professional way where you put this element into a water, and meat is in a bag and you cook. >> it was amazing. >> working family, two incomes and you feed everybody, and this is the way people want to, the way of the future. they want to have dinner read when they come home. >> i have to do the sous-vide. >> thank you, pam. nestle has pound a way to make chocolate without adding sugar. >> the world's largest food company is using a patented technique to cover the white pulp that covers cocoa beans. nestle will use the new recipe to make kit kat bars and other brands next
year. waze has a way to help you budget your next road trips. >> the navigation app can tell you how much your trip is going to cost. the update could help you decide if a toll road is worth it or if you should take a back road. it's available in the u.s. and canada. travelling on bart is about to get easier. >> bike straps are holding the bikes in place. the shops will be added to the new fleet of the future bart cars. still to come on the 9, the price to go back to school is about to go up. the record setting amount that parents are expected to shell out this academic year. where boater saw this massive pot of dolphins swimming past his boat. stay with us.
no way. they're going off. >> caught on camera. a massive pot of dolphins leaping in and out of the water right off the coast of southern california. the boater paterson and friends were riding off the coast near laguna beach when more than 100 dolphins started racing along side them. they surrounded the boat as they went up the coast for 25 minutes before they started to swim away. a rare sight off the coast of england. a human size jelly fish. that jelly fish, take a look at that, was over 5 feet long. that's something. the average jelly fish is a little over three feet and weighs 55 pounds. barrel jelly fish are the largest jelly fish of the seas, but it's rare to spot one.
new this morning, vice-president pence was at the smithsonian space museum earlier this morning to help unveil the space suit neil armstrong wore when he was walked on the moon. that is apart of the museum's special exhibit showcasing artifacts from the apollo mission. today is the 50th anniversary of the start of one of the greatest journeys ever. apollo 11 took off from cape canaveral florida in 1969. >> ignition sequence, five, six, five, four, three, two, one, zero. all engine running. liftoff. we have a liftoff. >> it took apollo 11 three-man crew, aldrin three days and four hours to get to the moon and enter lunar orbit and they spent the day repairing for the eagle to undock and land safely on the surface of the
moon. today marks the anniversary of them creating those first human fingerprints on the moon. a nasa team is working to send robots to the lunar surface. the research of space science is work to go get a rover to the moon. they have a prototype called armstrong and the space craft will deploy a network of shoe-box size telescopes and that will allow scientist to get a deeper look into the galaxy. >> one of these large companies, like spacex or blue origin who are working on building landers will set us down on the far side of the moon, our rover will go off of the lander, and it will carry with it the material that we will use to setup our individual telescope boxes. >> researchers say their goal is to make this program a reality in the
coming decades. a popular northern california springtime tradition is going away. daffodil hill closed because the farm's infrastructure can't keep up with the popular. owner posted on facebook that after a crush of visitors back in april, they realized that the limitation of their parking area and local roads created liability and safety concerns. the owner said they tried to look for solutions, but couldn't find a way to change the parking or narrow roads. historic names of several yosemite landmarks were being restored and this follows the settlement of this lawsuit. it's a long running lawsuit and it's all over a naming right. the landmarks had to be renamed back in 2015. that's after the park awarded its concession contract to a new operator and the old operator saying they owned the names, but a $12 million settlement reached yesterday will allow yosemite to restore the
historic name so the owani will be the several other properties will reverto the original names. controversy over currency with lawmakers looking into why released. the administration says it was never delayed in the first place. how the fair play to pay act could help student athletes. it is one fall small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> words spoken hundreds of miles away from earth. how nasa is marking this moment in history and its plans to walk again on the moon. welcome to "mornings on 2".