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years and why some say that pg&e should not be bailed out. from ktvu fox 2 news this is mornings on 2. >> good morning on this thursday, july 25th. i am gasia mikaelian . >> good morning. i am dave clark. how were your waffles that you made yesterday. >> the boys loved it but it did heat up the kitchen, and they ate two waffles, and to be young again. >> this is now the food network. it was a very warm morning with a lot of high clouds coming in. yesterday was hot, and a rarity with a lot of 100 degree temperatures. this summer has been pretty quiet in that department. in vallejo currently warm and 60 and saying yesterday it was nice at the giants game and the best ginger ale. as a matter of fact sal and i were discussing that.
they have the real stuff. >> yes, they do. >> it is the real ginger ale but we had a lot of fun. 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s with high clouds coming in around this high pressure system. humidity up and temperatures running a few degrees warmer than 24 hours ago. bald is trying and at the san mateo coast, very thick fog but mainly confined so far around highway 1. we will see if it makes move under the golden gate. we get a cooldown over the next couple of days today and tomorrow with humidity higher. saturday backup and leveling off sunday but early next week looks cooler. we will get partly cloudy skies and maybe, 50s, 60s and 70s on the temperatures. brentwood at 67 and there will be some pretty warm temperatures again. the forecast ties are not as
warm's yesterday but this big dome of high pressure is controlling our weather with 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. it is 7:02 am and do we have something on the bay bridge? >> there is all kinds of stuff now and there was something on the bay bridge and actually on the sky way but affecting the bay bridge. it is a big mess purcell san francisco with a crash, in both directions, south and north. driving to the airport give yourself extra time. there are no air delays but getting there off of 101 out of the south city is slow. from daly city to san bruno not too bad and you may want to jump on the el camino real and get on the freeway after san bruno. we are following traffic getting busier. here's a look at the bay bridge, slower due to earlier problems. at the east bay 880 is slowing down to an earlier crash near 29th and oakland is a mess with
580 the best route. 580 looks decent from castro valley, san leandro into the lake shore area. the silicon valley commute not too bad in downtown san jose at northbound 280. the cal fire is busy battling a wildfire in the south bay and east of milpitas and near swaggered road. we have allie rasmus out there to tell us what exactly is burning. >> reporter: good morning. the fire broke out near the community of spring valley in the hills of eastern santa clara county near milpitas. that is where we are and if you drive up this road several mile toward the sierra vista open preserve it will get you closer to where the fire happened. sky fox was overhead shortly after the fire broke out it 5:30 pm yesterday and it was reported near the area at swiger and belcher road and they call it the swiger fire.
as of the last update late last night it is burn 80 acres and at last check 45% contained but the fire is still burning in some spots but not spreading which is the good news. no one was hurt or had to be evacuated and firefighters say no buildings or structures are threatened. firefighters will be working to make sure that the fire does not jump the containment lines. we hope to get an update in the next hour or two to find the overnight progress and again the fire is 45% contained with no homes in the area threatened. live from milpitas, allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. the mars butte fire south of cordelia, sky fox was flying over as the flames ran up the hillside at interstate 680. no homes are in danger and that is 60% contained in that area often gets strong wind. they have not been able to guess when that will be fully
contained. new information about the high-speed crash in san francisco that flooded the city streets after one car shared off the fire hydrant. there were four people in the silver mazda when it crashed at third street and carroll avenue between highway 101 and candlestick point just before 1:15 am. the accident took out the fire hydrant causing water gushing high into the air and on the street. people were taken to the hospital with non-life- threatening injuries and they believe that speed was a factor in the crash. it is 7:05 am. a sacramento man is arrested on suspicion of pointing a gun on the suspected road rage incident on interstate 80 at fairfield. the woman driving another car called the police and said that 24-year-old brandon jackson threw an object a at the north texas street off-ramp. both cars got off the interstate and stopped at the red light. the woman claims that jackson
took out a gun and pointed it at her. she said she quickly drove away and notified authorities. the police in fairfield and chp were able to track down jackson and they booked him into the solano county jail on charges including weapons violations and criminal acts. a teenage boy is in critical condition after getting hit by a bullet when the gun went off on chesapeake drive around 3:30 pm yesterday afternoon. they found the teenagers suffering from a gunshot wound to the neck and several teenage boys were at the home handling the gun when it discharged. it is 7:06 am. happening today legal arguments on the proposed travel ban by the trump administration on muslims in the ninth circuit court in san francisco will hear the case on the proposed ban on people coming in from seven mostly muslim countries including syria, iraq, iran and libya. they are arguing on behalf of
34 individuals that clean their families are being torn apart because their waiver applications have either been denied or on hold for long time. the federal government on the other hand is arguing that the ban is legal and they want the case thrown out. another judge on the ninth circuit court temporarily blocked the trump administration from enforcing restrictions on immigrants applying for asylum here in the u.s. the policy would require migrants that have passed through another country to apply for asylum in the u.s., they would first have to apply that country before coming to the united states. the judge called the policy inconsistent with current laws and it is on hold until the lawsuit is settled. pg&e is holding another public hearing on plans to raise the rates over the next few years. at the meeting last night pg&e customers voicing concerns over
the plan to raise rates over $20 a month over the next three years. pg&e says the money will go toward installing stronger poles and power lines in the high fire areas. >> we are requesting $1.1 billion over the current revenue and more than half of that proposed increase will be directly related to the wildfire prevention. >> we also want to make sure that every dollar that is earmarked for safety improvement is spent on just that. >> if approved the average pg&e customer could expect a month ago to increase by more than $10 beginning in 2020. in 2021 the average monthly bill will includes another $4.20 a month and then in 2022 up another $5.00 per month. is getting harder for property owners to buy fire insurance and mike owns a home
that survived the recent wildfires but were stopped when the latest insurance bill was 80% higher than the last time he renewed. he and his wife want to buy another home but that is even harder with no conventional insurance companies willing to write the policy. he said so far all he can get his coverage from the california fair plan, coalition of insurers required by state law to provide coverage. >> i've spoken with some edges" of the numbers for what a normal policy would be if they issued it and that is $1700- $2800. >> reporter: what was the number you got from fair? >> $12,000-$13,000. >> they say insurers are free to choose their customers that the only requirement is that they have to give the policyholder 25 days notice not to renew the current policy. merck services are back to normal after the change at the merit station in oakland hit a woman just before 5:30 pm went for an unknown reason the woman
went onto the tracks and was pulled out by the emergency crews rushed her to the hospital and we don't get no work condition. one barked rider said he was on the train that was pulling into the lake merritt station when it suddenly stopped. >> we start slowing down and came to an abrupt stop and as soon as we came to an abrupt stop the air conditioning shut off automatically and the train was dead silent. >> the lake merritt station wac they set up a bus bridge for stranded riders. some passengers looking for alternatives to social media complaining that the uber or lyft rights shot up dramatically after the barked shutdown. the intense hearings including former special counsel robert mueller who was grilled by congressional committees with a lot of questions but not enough answers sometimes. after the break why the republicans, democrats and the president all claim some sort of victory. the people in puerto rico are celebrating after governor
ricardo rossello announced he would step down amid the texting scandal, and who is next in line. slow traffic and a lot of different spots today including san francisco, south city and oakland. we will tell you more coming up. a lot of high clouds coming in and the fog is combined to the coast with shallow temperatures, hotter or cooler.
thing to do. >> and a crime. they are focusing on the robert mueller findings with russian operatives saying they have negative information on hillary clinton. but they said there was no evidence of direct conspiracy by the trump campaign. >> is time for the curtain to close on the russia hopes and the conspiracy theory is dead. >> house democratic leaders say their oversight of the election interference is far from over and house speaker nancy pelosi is suggesting impeachment is still on the table. if it comes to a point where the cone of silence and obstruction of justice and cover in the white house prevent us from getting that information, that will not prevent us from going forward and in fact it is even more grounds to go forward. >> house democrats say they plan on filing lawsuits to force more testimony community groups and
advocates for immigrants are expected to sound off at the meeting this afternoon at the port of oakland commissioners. this comes after the report that federal immigration officials use the oakland airport as a launching point to remove the undocumented immigrant from the country and it falls under the port authority. ice chartered nearly 2000 flights out of oakland carrying 40,000 detain people and advocates say that violates the oakland sanctuary city policy. it is 7:15 am north korea may have violated u.n. sanctions after firing a series of missiles early today. japan is right now analyzing what kind of missiles were launched into the sea. south korea said they were two short range missiles. it is 7:15 am the puerto rican governor ricardo rossello is resigning following protests, the largest the island has seen in 15 years. >> we are here in the studio to
tell how the people in puerto rico are reacting. >> the last day for ricardo rossello is on the second and demonstrators were cheering outside of the governor's mansion after the announcement was made and he made his resignation video on facebook. >> i now's you today i will resign from the post of governor on friday, august 2nd at 5 pm. >> you're looking at video of the celebration. tens of thousands have taken to the streets of san juan over the last three weeks trying to oust the governor after a string of sexist, homophobic private messages and checks that were leaked to the public with nearly 900 pages of conversation between the governor and other men were released. some were top advisers that resign including the secretary of state that normally would take over as governor in a situation like this.
>> the previous one resigned in the middle of this crisis. the law provides the constitution and calling for the second secretary of justice to become the governor for the remainder of the term. >> instant justice secretary wanda vasquez is next in line and will be the second female governor of puerto rico. if ricardo rossello did not resign they had planned on starting impeachment processes. it is 7:17 am. let's get you out the door and this is been a tough week traffic wise, sal. >> it has been a tough commute and you can see from maccarthur maze, third and chestnut, they had black smoke earlier but the oakland fire department quickly got out there. you can sit on the horizon but they did get water on the truck which is not a problem for the freeway. people were tweeting me about it asking what that black smoke was and that was a truck fire. westbound bay bridge traffic
backed up with an earlier stall on the skyway causing that. 880 is improving after an earlier issue in oakland and 580 is a decent alternative from san leandro. at the peninsula we have several crashes so if you are trying to get to the airport, 101 is not the way, maybe 280 and stay off of 101, the bayshore freeway. let's bring steve in with the weather. >> thank you, sir. we have some areas of fog but high clouds coming in holding the lows up and adding to the humidity. over at e.g., good morning sp, a foggy morning in e.g. but yesterday morning was beautiful and we expect the same today. have a great day and you as well. maybe saturday will be better. half moon bay putting fog and 54 with montero beach at 55. 50s and 60s and los altos
hills, palo alto, redwood city, san carlos, foster city, belmont and union city, and fremont at 63 and 61 degrees. some areas of fog underneath but it is not going very far. there's no breeze at all to the delta. the sun and high clouds with higher committee unless something develops but i cannot find it yet. 66 to upper 90s with a cool down today and friday with no humidity. saturday back up and similar to what we experienced yesterday with some 100's inland again. a lot of this moisture is rotating around the high pressure system in the arizona and new mexico border. most of that favors southern nevada, southern california, arizona into the sierra. i don't think we will get shower activity for something to watch tonight into early tomorrow morning. 50s and 60s with a few low 70s and tracy at 72. 67 in sacramento truckee at 45.
that's thunderstorm hanging around mammoth bishop but close enough for south lot tahoe you plan on traveling up there this morning. this is coming back over us saturday which is why temperatures will go back up. minor cooling today in a friday and more so friday than today. we have too many high clouds but it could take an inch of some high temperatures but still 90s for some. inland 60s and 70s elizabeth seabreeze kicks in pretty soon. these temperatures will have no problem getting to the warm and hot conditions. cooler friday and backup friday with the hottest day backup and much cooler on monday. it is 7:20 am. the one ministering palo alto police officers accusing them of violating his civil rights. we will show you the video called into question that he says shows officers using excessive force. after the break, many people are likely doing this
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rather than building new units they want to find empty units and large buildings that were renovated, abandon or underutilize. that includes airbnb, at&t and san francisco giants. mayor london breed and other city leaders will launch the construction of the industrial kitchen for the meals on wheels and the organization new kitchen will help meals on wheels deliver 20,000 meals a day to the homebound seniors. right now they can only produce about 8000 pills a day and nearly 2/3 of older adults living in the city cannot afford to meet the basic daily needs including food. the new kitchen should be up and running by late next year. the new order sizes of the san francisco outside land music festival will allow marijuana sales and use that the vet next month. according to the chronicle the organizers filed an application with the state cannabis office and seeking approval from the city cannabis office. if the application is approved the outside land is the first festival in san francisco where
people are allowed to legally smoke marijuana. the festival runs from august 9th through the 11th at the golden gate park. a major busted mendocino county happened after authorities destroyed 42,000 marijuana plants as part of the investigation into the illegal marijuana farms. local, state and federal officers served 28 search warrants two farms operating without permits along the river and they often pollute the water with traits, pesticides and generator fuel. no arrests have been made but the cases are forwarded to the das office. disturbing the data reveals an increase in prescription opioids shift in 2012 into the u.s. so that every man, woman and child would have a 20 day supply. the analysis was done by the associated press and shows the amount of opioid medication shipped from 2006 up to 2012
doubling with a number of pills distributed beginning to death. experts show the numbers so the industry was supplying fewer but stronger pills which was leading to more diction acute sex trafficker jeffrey epstein reportedly found suffering from a neck injury in the federal jail cell in new york. he is said to be found in his cell semiconscious and one new york media outlet is reporting that he could have tried to hang himself. it's also possible he may have been injured by someone else. the billionaire financier is awaiting trial on trafficking underage girls. it is 7:26 am. the inmates behind the walls of san quentin prison got a special visit from the filmmaker and how san quentin inspired the 16 hour documentary and influenced country music. the construction projects in san francisco costing businesses money along the busy street in the city. we are live to bring you details on how city leaders are looking for ways to keep many
people in business. . good morning. we have slow traffic out there with a variety of early problems cleared up. the slow traffic remains. it was a hot when yesterday and inland locations coming in at 100 degrees. we are trying to get some high clouds in and we will see what is in store for the fog and temperatures, coming up.
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got good use last night and on standby for the next couple of days. >> you needed it. >> yes, i did. it is thursday morning, july 25th. i am dave clark. >> i am gasia mikaelian but our real mvp is david paulson and he is guiding us through the weekend. >> it is a rarity yesterday and we have not had a lot of 100 degree temperatures but we did yesterday. we have higher humidity with these high clouds. i may be nuts but here's katherine and concord, and i believe i detect a slightly cooler breeze in the last few minutes then from 5 am. we hope so. it is trying and northwest at 6 but not much at concord. no delta breeze and at 10 is nothing at travis and oakland has northwest with temperatures mild and 63 at the concord pavilion. 65 it walnut creek with mid 60s
at lafayette and orinda. we know and el sobrante in el cerrito has a few 50s but a lot of 60s. high clouds coming up to hold up these lows and it looks like there's a little bit of fog and some westerly breeze kicking in. i think the clouds and more of a westerly breeze will take a few degrees off of the highs from yesterday but still above average on most temperatures. 50s, 60s and 70s inlet and near 100 again with that high backing off ever so slightly today and tomorrow. we have high clouds tonight and tomorrow with possible elevated convection to the south of us. 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s to the interior. it is 7:31 am, a word we want to start now, sal ? we will look at highway 24 and people are on the roof full strength to highway 24. slowing down at lafayette and orinda on the way to oakland.
nothing out of the ordinary was slowing at 680 and highway 4. it is better than yesterday and here's a look at the richmond bridge with traffic slow and westbound bay bridge metering lights have been turned slower for a bit due to problems on the san francisco side of the bridge but that is clearing up and things are getting better. here's a look at interstate 880 which has improved with earlier problems at 6:00 but finally better. 580 is a good way to go. on the peninsula, 101 through south san francisco is messy. if you want to catch a flight at the san francisco airport i would use 280. but both are now heavy now the people of heard about 280. give yourself extra time or use el camino real or take a shortcut. and oakland several people were taken into custody overnight after the multiagency police operation on thompson street near 45th avenue and
cortland avenue. the oakland police were joined by officers from san mateo, san bruno, south san francisco and the feds from the atf. oakland police said some arrests were made but said the case is out of san mateo. we are calling the san mateo police to get more information and will pass that along as we get it. it is 7:33 am. many businesses say they are suffering after the years of construction at the van mass avenue and they are looking at ways to help the businesses stay afloat. >> reporter: that's exactly right and good morning to you. if you have driven on van ness avenue you have seen the view behind us with the construction covering the block between market and bay street with many businesses concerned and they say it is affecting their bottom line. this is one of the topics up for discussion at the meeting tonight. we understand the project has been going on for at least three years and that the
completion date was recently pushed back and a lot of the business owners are worried about the construction and city leaders are trying to figure out how to help the businesses stay afloat. $5 million was set aside in the small business fund that could possibly be used to issue zero interest loans or create a grant to help save the struggling businesses. >> the loans are not going to help solve the problem for the businesses, small businesses in particular that are losing money due to the construction. we have to give them money and grants so they can stay hold. >> reporter: as the debate continues city leaders and the mta hope to finalize the plans to help businesses by september and the van ness avenue improvement project is one of several projects around the city bringing the first bus rapid transit system to san francisco. again construction going on for the last three years and the completion date is now scheduled for 2021.
the meeting tonight is a committee overseeing the project and they will talk about ways to help the businesses, i guess for the foreseeable future until this project is completed. this regularly scheduled meeting is tonight at 6:00. ktvu fox 2 news. a new rental ordinance takes effect in hayward today requiring mandatory remediation that tenants can use if the landlord wants to raise the rent by more than 5% in a year. the new ordinance applies to multiunit residential properties built before 1979 exempting all single-family homes and condominiums in a besser better effort to track homelessness and they have to notify them every time they raise the rents or terminate. installing 21 escalator canopies at the bart station at a price tag of over $41
million. each canopy will cost $4.5 million each. critics complained about the high cost but supporters say the canopies provide extra security for the passengers and the parked workers. the called into question actions of palo alto police officers accusing them of violating a man's civil right in the lawsuit stems from the arrest of gustavo alvarez who was arrested for driving with and a suspended license. they say that alvarez was put on the hood of the car in handcuffs but says no other force was used. the video here shows him being thrown onto the car, punched and his head slammed into the windshield. they caught the officer referring to the sexual identity of the suspect. >> the officers have no business being a peace officer. they are dishonest, violent and a veil of secrecy they have
created. >> what officer is on administrative leave and the other three are still working. the palo alto city manager says that they have procedures to investigate allegations of misconduct early and will hold officers accountable if misconduct is determined to occurred. with a follow-up to story from last fall about a woman that died after being trapped in a clothing donation box. the mother of 30-year-old kaily land is filing the lawsuit claiming companies that make and operate the donation boxes know about the dangers but still use them. the mother said her daughter was trying to take items out of the vn bin when snapped shut and her body was found in the donation box. >> many people have died before her nothing is changed and the bins are still made the same way and can take a person's
head off. >> there's a separate but similar claim in los angeles and in both cases they seek to see a safer design of the donation bins and they want monetary damages. the prosecutor announced filing charges against the rapper rocky and two other people in connection with a fight in stockholm that happened last month recorded on cell phone and drawing the attention of many musicians including oakland gec who was arrested last year for assault and drug possession but was released in order to pay a fine and they say that a separate rocky is a case of racism. in the first address to parliament the new prime minister boris johnson saying he will make sure that britain leaves the european union as scheduled october 31st calling on the european union to rethink the refusal to renegotiate the brexit deal. he said he is intent on making britain the greatest place on
our. it is 7:38 am. two are dead and hundreds more are sick amid the nationwide salmonella outbreak. coming up, find out what the cdc says is to blame. it is that time of the year again but not the holidays yet and why next month is the most aggravating time of the year, especially for parents. >> it is back-to-school. let's get over to the newsroom and say good morning to mike mibach. coming up we have fun for children of all ages, scooters but not electric scooters and we explain this growing business helping to get the children off of the phones, tablets and back outside. we return to the roots of cooking and overlarge fires on the 9 we have roasting by the top chefs in the country with goats, lambs, pigs and much more. we get a look at what will take place saturday at the fire pit
it is 7:42 am just into the newsroom, the justice department they would begin carrying out execution of the federal death row inmates and attorney general william barr ordered the prisons the schedule executions for five inmates. that means federal executions will happen since the first time since 2003. this is a developing story and clearly we will get you new information throughout the morning. the center for disease control says most of the country is affected by the deadly salmonella outbreak. at least two and died in over 700 sick from two separate
outbreaks. this is mostly in ohio and tennessee. the cdc recommends washing your hands after touching poultry or pig ear treats. the women in the south bay can receive a free mammogram screening with the garner life- saving images and the mobile clinic at alum rock avenue at south white road in san jose from 8 am to 5 pm this evening. it is seven 40 3 am. we get a sneak preview of the latest ken burns documentary and a film on the history of country music including johnny cash in the 1959 concert at san quentin that inspired merle haggard there at san quentin serving time in convicted of robbery. ken burns said he wanted to share the film with the inmates and hopefully help them feel connected to the world outside
of prison. >> i want them to feel part of the big broad human family and maybe being in here does not prevent that to happen. >> it's great and wonderful. >> ken burns is well known for the detailed and well researched films on the civil war, vietnam war and history of baseball. the 16 hour p.m. on the history of country music will air on pbs in september. join us tomorrow morning when we take another trip heading to the south bay. come with us to sunnyvale, population 140,000. over a century ago known for the fruit orchards but through the event duration of all being. many say it is the heart of silicon valley. we will introduce you to the people making a big difference in the sunnyvale and we have offerings and perhaps a brewery as well. we have so much more tomorrow on the nine as mornings on 2
the nine takes you on a trip to sunnyvale. if you are in the area come say hello and if not you can watch it live right here on ktvu fox 2 and we will stream that live. >> many people want to come out and see that. >> i cannot wait. sal, i thought about you during the drive times because from the station to sunnyvale one hour, 20 minutes of people do itevery day. >> yes, one hour, 20 minutes at what time? >> six: 30. >> that's about right. tomorrow will be slightly less. >> one hour 10 minutes or maybe one hour five minutes. on friday we have lighter volume. we will be and sunnyvale and i cannot wait. let's take a look at the morning commute and i will mention that highway 24 still slow driving through lafayette and orinda, nothing out of the ordinary, 680 slow up to 242 to
the interchange. we did have earlier issues this morning but it started off the commute on a slow tone with 880 recovering but now slow again. driving up north to downtown oakland, 580 now slow out of san leandro. the san mateo and dumbarton bridge are okay. what is not very good right now on the commute is south san francisco. let me get rid of this accident icon so we can look at the slow traffic. look at that trying to get down the peninsula out of san francisco. it is a chore and slow out of daly city on 280, slow on 101 due to the earlier issues. there's no way around it alleged want to use the el camino rialto but that gets congested as well. it is 7:46 am so let's bring in steve paulson. we have a lot of high clouds over his but i think there will be more tonight into tomorrow and i will show you in a second. we have no delta breeze and
that needs to pick up. it is common santa rosa and the napa airport, nevada into northwest oakland and northwest at concord with east bay temperatures almost near 70 degrees already. livermore, brentwood and pleasanton observation says 73. danville is closed along with lafayette and alamo. that includes black hawk and orinda. the dome of high pressure in more arizona now as it drew >> toward california it is smashing the fog in these temperatures jumped up yesterday. it is a summer 2019 rarity with 100 for the high yesterday. close to that today but enough of a breeze that it should take the edge off but still above average on many inland temperatures. highland clouds coming up with 70s were summoned 60s, 50s to the north. sfo at 63 and sunnyvale at 63 and a lot of 60s.
atherton, menlo park, stanford and los altos hills 63 and belmont along with san carlos already at 65. this is very close and i would anticipate some of this popping up. for us we are watching this for tonight and maybe early tomorrow with this swinging in from southern california into central california coming in later today. if we get anything out of it, i cannot do a better signature on the high rotating and tapping round that monson moisture than what is here on this water vapor satellite. yesterday was the hottest day so far with minor cooling today and tomorrow, backing off but saturday the high coming back toward us with similar temperatures saturday that we saw on wednesday. toasty to hot for some with 60s and 70s, and temperatures in the 90s with these areas unless high clouds come in. warm on sunday and much cooler on monday. it is 7:49 am.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. it is 7:51 am. the kids are getting ready to go back to school but the parents say they're the ones feeling anxious. the polls show more than half of the moms and dads survey say that back-to-school time is more stressful than the holidays. biggest concerns include whether the kids get a good teacher, the cost of back-to- school shopping, and that the kids will be able to make friends this year, and if the children will be safe away from home. parents say takes about two weeks after the start of school before they start to calm down and feel more calm. it is 7:52 am. stocks are down after disappointing numbers from the big names in business. pam cook has the dollars and cents. >> boeing reporting the worst quarterly report ever with the
loss of almost $3 billion after the grounding of the max get continuing. when the opening bell rang customer stocks dropped over 12% after missing analyst estimates for the quarter. we will talk more about that in a moment. let me take you like to the big board on the new york stock exchange. the dow jones down of 4%, 633 points, 27,200 day. s&p down a quarter % as well and nasdaq down by half percent. still, hitting the all-time high yesterday at 8277. tesla lost for the quarter much worse than analysts expected but tesla sold over 95,000 cars, more than any previous quarter. still the pace is not enough to reach the company go of delivering 360,000 cars this year. the ceo elon musk says he expects the company will turn a profit by the fourth quarter.
apple as a policy of not predicting sales but the agent asian suppliers say they are producing components for 70 million iphones which is the same number for the second half of last year. suppliers say they could ramp up production for 80 million if they need to. analysts are arguing that just because apple produces that many phones does not mean all of those phones will sale and apple, as usual, not commenting on the reports. the financial planning site smart asset ranking vallejo as the eighth best city in california in terms of cost of living. researchers compared the medium income and living data across the county. the idea of the surveys the five cities were the cost of living is most affordable for people to live there and they take into consideration housing price, salary, food and other necessities. researchers say they get the information from the census so
it's important to fill out those census and it also gives people valuable information. you can lose and you need the calculator to determine how much money i need to make to be able to live in the area and to live within the same means i am now. >> okay, pam, thank you. it is 7:55 am. realestate experts say many californians that are planning to leave the state due to the high of housing are moving to the las vegas area. realtors in las vegas say about 50% of those people moving into the area come from california with the low cost of housing a big draw. one man recently moved from southern california and exchanged his 1300 square foot home for 2100 square foot home with a pool. >> it is ridiculous. the house i was living in, in orange county, and it was maybe about 1300 square feet with one
bathroom. it was a nice place and all, but about $150,000 more than this place. >> people are selling the average house in california 40 to 50 years old and coming to get a brand-new luxury house in henderson hills and summer land with views of the strip. >> like nevada the statistics show arizona and idaho seeing a rise of people moving from california. it is the company that claims it invented the rocky road ice cream almost a century ago and now the dryers flagship ice cream park in oakland is closing for good and the ice cream shop and cafi in rockbridge mix of company headquarters on college avenue has been there for 20 years and the sign on the shop window is thanking customers for all of their support over the years and said that the new tenant would be an out soon. the last day for the store is tomorrow. it is 7:57 am and problems
finding insurance due to the wildfires and coming up at 8:00, the issue that many in the wild fire prone areas are seeing, and a possible solution. the bad car crash earlier today in san francisco causing major damage and the car was split in half. we have the latest on what happened and what the police they may have been the cause.
from outrage companies saying that the company should not be bailed out. the puerto rican governor announces his resignation and what it means for the u.s. territory. from ktvu fox 2 news this is mornings on 2. >> good morning and welcome thursday, july 25th. on this i am mike mibach . >> i am gasia mikaelian in we have some relief from steep also. >> some minor cooling today and tomorrow but the warmest of the summer season yesterday and we have cordelia hitting 102 for the warmest and 65 now with the southwest breeze but for cordelia that is not much of a breeze. they can get 35 miles an hour with variable high clouds. fairfield at 103 and gilroy at 100 to along with concord.
oak island hitting 101. concord has a north wind in northwest for oakland. there is some fault under that but the main story is the higher clouds coming in. the lows are up meeting humidity is also up with that double whammy. we get hired humidity with temperatures in the 90s for many inland. the ridge of high pressure with everything coming around that with that deeper moisture playing into the weather tonight and tomorrow morning. already 70s and well on our way already for warm day with the coast and bay getting the benefit of a little bit of code of the cooldown. in central california that could play in the weather tonight but the high pressure controls the weather for the next few days. 60s to almost 100 out there. right now looking at a lot of slow traffic as i was perusing how slow it is on the 101 but we will get to that in a second. the 101, venecia as south city
not good. the bay bridge westbound traffic backed up, not especially bad. we did have traffic on the span that was slower but has improved. no major issues. northbound 880 traffic will be busy passing the coliseum. no problems on 880 although it is improving or still recovering from the earlier issues. the peninsula, look at that. that is because of an earlier couple of crashes. this whole thing is a mess. people are beginning to realize that i will miss my flight if i don't get on the road. 101 through south city as it took a while to clear the accident. 280 backed up almost from 19th avenue all the way to san bruno. it is 8:02 am. information about the multiagency police operation overnight in oakland. the police from san mateo have confirmed they were in oakland this morning early to service search warrant in connection with an ongoing investigation out of san mateo.
a number of people were taken into custody. the police said that some may have game ties in officers from oakland, san mateo, san bruno, south san francisco and atf were on the scene overnight. knew this morning we take a look at the aftermath of the big rig why that happened a short time ago in oakland after the semi truck caught fire at 5th street and chestnut. firefighters had the plains under control in about 20 minutes but have not identified the cause of the fire but no one was hurt. a fire south bay at swaggart and we have allie rasmus joining us live and you just got an update on the containment numbers. >> reporter: yes, we spoke with the public information officer for cal fire for santa clara county. she said the latest numbers overnight with the swaggart fire burning 80 acres, the same as yesterday. it is 65% contained, up from 45% last night so they have made good progress on the fire. this is in the hills of eastern
santa clara county and we are at milpitas. behind us of the road several miles toward the sierra vista reserve you can find swaggart road at belcher road in a area close to the community of spring valley in the unincorporated part of the county. the fire was first reported at 5:30 pm at swaggart and filter road and at last check according to cal fire gave us an update 50 minutes ago, it has burned 80 acres and containment up at 65%. the cal fire crews today will maintain the containment lines to make sure that the fire does not spread. they have made good progress overnight and no one was hurt or had to be evacuated. no buildings or structures have been threatened. live from milpitas, allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. as the llano county the marshview fire burning 180 acres south of cordelia with
the plains running up the hill site at interstate 680 yesterday. no homes have been threatened by the fire that is now 60% contained. high-speed crash in san francisco turned the city streets into a flooded scene after the car cut off the fire hydrant and there were four people in the mazda when it crashed at third street and carroll avenue between 101 and candlestick point at 1 am. the water was gushing out on the street from the fire hydrant. all were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and the police do believe speed was a factor. a sacramento man arrested for suspicion of pointing the gun on the suspected road rage incident just after 8:00 last night. the woman called the police did say that randy jackson through an object a in both cars exited interstate and stopped at a red light. the woman said jackson took out a gun and pointed it right at her. she quickly drove away and
notified authorities. the fearful police and chp were able to track them down and booked jackson into the solano county jail on charges of weapons violations and criminal threats. a teenager in reportedly critical condition after getting hit by a bullet at a home in chesapeake drive. they found the teenagers suffering from a gunshot wounds to the neck and they said several teenage boys were in the home handling the gun at the time of the discharge. legal arguments on travel ban on muslims by the trump administration and the ninth court of appeals will hear the case for the proposed ban on people coming in from seven, muslim dominated countries, including syria, iran eight, iran and libya. the 34 individuals claim that their families are being torn apart because there waiver applications were denied or on hold for a long time. the government is arguing that the ban is legal and wants the case thrown out. another judge on the ninth
circuit court temporarily barred the trump administration from enforcing new restrictions on immigrants applying for asylum in the u.s. the policy requires migrants that passed through the country to apply for asylum in the u.s., the first apply for asylum in that country before coming into the united states. the judge called the policy inconsistent with current laws so that is on hold until the legal issues are settled. at the meeting last night in oakland pg&e customers voice their concerns over the utility plans to raise rates over an average of $20 a month over the next three years ago toward installing stronger poles, power lines and areas of high fire risk >> we are requesting approximately $1.1 billion over current revenue and more than half of that proposed increase directly related to the wildfire prevention. >> we also want to make sure that every dollar that is earmarked for safety
improvements is spent on just that. >> if approved the average pg&e customer can expect their monthly bill to increase by over $10 beginning in 2020. in 2021 the average monthly bill will increase by $4.70 a month and in 2020 going up just over $5.00 more a month. getting difficult for california property owners to get fire insurance and mike owns a home in lake county that survived the recent wildfires but got a shock when the latest insurance bill was 80% higher than the last time he renewed. he and his wife want to buy another home which is even more difficult with no conventional insurers willing to write a policy. he said so far all you can get's coverage from the california fair plan, a coalition of users required by state law to provide coverage. >> i've spoken with some edges the quarterly numbers on what a normal policy would be if they issued it and 1700 up to 2800. >> what number did you get from
fair? >> $12,000-$13,000. >> the fair plan says customers are free to choose their own insurers but had to give them notice if they are not going to renew the current policy. find out with the outside land organizers are doing to let you legally smoke marijuana during the three-day music festival. former special counsel robert mueller grilled with hundreds of questions but not enough answers. after the break why the republicans, democrats and the president are all claiming some sort of victory. we have a report of a new crash on a very busy freeway with a lot of slow traffic for your late thursday morning commute. we will let you know where the slow traffic is and what is improving. hot day outside yesterday with rare 100 for the high temptress, not something we have seen much of this summer but we have high clouds and we will see what is in store on
robert mueller findings that the trump campaign met several times with russian operators that said they had negative information about hillary clinton. republicans highlighting the part of the mueller report that said there was no evidence of direct conspiracy by the trump campaign. >> it's time for the curtain to close on the russia hopes and the conspiracy theory is dead. >> house democratic leaders say the oversight of the election interference is far from over and house speaker nancy pelosi suggesting impeachment proceedings are still possible. >> if he comes to a point where the cone of silence and obstruction of justice, and the cover-up in the white house prevents us from getting that information, that will not prevent us from going forward, in fact, more grounds to go forward. >> house democrats say they plan on filing lawsuits to force more testimony. community groups and advocates for immigrants are expecting to sound off at the meeting at the port of oakland
commissioners after reports that immigration officers the oakland airport as the launching point to remove undocumented immigrants from the country. the bay area news group reported that ice chartered 2000 flights out of oakland carrying 40,000 detailed people. advocates say it violates the oakland sanctuary city policy. north korea may have violated u.n. sanctions after firing off missiles earlier today. japan is analyzing which type of missiles were locked into the sea, and south korea says they were two short range missiles. the protesters in puerto rico are celebrating after governor ricardo rossello resigned. we are live in the studio with more on what comes next. >> the scandal involves the top aides of ricardo rossello including the secretary of state that would typically be next in line for the job but resigned in the face of the scandal. >> the previous one resigned in
the middle of the crisis and now it calls for the second justice to become the next governor for the remainder of the term. >> instead justice secretary wanda vasquez is said to be taking over, the second female governor for puerto rico. calls for her to resign art trending on twitter because she was loyal to ricardo rossello in this controversy over what she knew on the conversation sparking protest. the private chat on the telegrams released back on july 13th between the governor and other men and summer sexes, homophobic and even mocking the victims of hurricane maria. he has been criticized for his handling of the relief funds out of the hurricane. these text messages just added fuel to the fire sparking the largest protest that puerto rico has seen in 15 years. he posted his resignation on
facebook just before midnight. >> i announce to you today that i will be pronouncing, resigning the post as governor on friday, august 2nd at 5 pm. >> demonstrators cheered with thousands gathered outside of the governor's mansion when the announcement was made. he announced his last day is august 2nd. alyssa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. let's check in on the thursday commute and coming down to berkeley and emeryville today. >> it was better there but other commute slower and some beginning to thin out. we don't have a baseball game today san francisco which will help trying to get into san francisco 880 more normal like but slow through downtown oakland which is typical. 580 is slow from 13 to lake
shore. earlier problems on 101 and 280. do not sleep on that traffic on 101 or 280 admission flight at sfo heading down the peninsula. at 680, pittsburg has a accident and backed up from concord to 680 and walnut creek. let's take a look back at the yesterday 100 degree temperatures with many to go around. we have not see much of that this summer with a mild and cool, warm summer but not hot but yesterday was. fairfield, concord, livermore and ukiah from 103 and 101. we could see a repeat of that saturday but not today. we have high clouds with a bit of a breeze, but not much. friday cooler and backup saturday and sunday a little bit warm. fairfield west at 6 already warmer than 24 hours ago. concord has a north wind with hardly any breeze at all. more valuable to the south was san jose west at 3 but that
won't do it. half moon bay south at sfo west, not that strong and unless it kicks in later on. we have high clouds with some fog at the san mateo coast with moisture coming up from southern california. we could get what we call dry thunderstorm activity tonight and tomorrow most likely east and south but close enough to mention. water temperatures that bodega bay 52 and san francisco buoy coming up at 58. 50s, 60s and 70s with fairfield already 78 livermore at 72 and almost 70 at san jose. it is not taking long and most locations running 1 to 9 degrees warmer than 24 hours ago. a lot of high clouds have a lot to do with that moving over his right now. more on the way for later on. we have a mix of sun and clouds with high clouds tonight into tomorrow. we have to watch out for lightning strikes but we hope
that does not happen but taking aim at the mother load and sierra more than us. here's the arizona new mexico border controlling the weather and funneling in that high clouds debt. cooler today but humid and minor cooling with high clouds in more so on friday and more on saturday and as hot as it was yesterday. 60 is the upper 90s for some with temperatures easing back about 3 to 5 degrees for some, but still above average for almost everybody. cooler friday but hotter saturday and warm on sunday and cooler on monday. a reminder to download the ktvu weather app with interactive radars and your 7- day forecast. it's an easy feature to upload your pictures and available now on apple and google play store's. a man filing a lawsuit against palo alto police officers accusing them of violating his civil rights.
summers working as a lifeguard when she was younger. she said that 20 feet away the young boys about 12 years old were playing in the deeper water. >> i did not realize anything was off until i saw a mom that was fully dressed sprinting into the water screaming for someone to help her son. i looked over and saw one boy unable to keep his head above water. >> she swam out to the boy that was drowning and rescued him. she said she is just thankful she was at the right place at the right time. the organizers at the outside lands music festival allowing and applying for a permit to allow smoking marijuana at the event. they have applied for navigation at the state cannabis office and seeking approval from the city cannabis office. if approved the outside lands is the first festival in san francisco where people are allowed to legally smoke marijuana. the festival is august 9-11 at
the golden gate park. destroying 50,000 illegal marijuana plants as part of a investigation after serving 20 search warrants at the marijuana farms operating without permits along the river. the marijuana farms often pollute the water with trash, pesticides and generator fuel. new data shows an increase in prescriptions of opioids shipped into the u.s. in 2012, so much that every man, woman and child would have a 20 day supply. this announcement by the associate pressure on opioid shipments doubling from 2006 through 2012 even though the number distributed was beginning to death. mayor london breed another san francisco leaders are helping to launch the construction of the new industrial kitchen for the meals on wheels. the organization new kitchen will help meals on wheels cook
and deliver 20,000 meals on wheels a day to the homebound seniors. right now they can only produce 8000 meals a day and say two thirds of the older adults living in the city cannot afford to meet their daily needs including food. they expected to be up and running by late next year. the coalition of some of the san francisco largest companies announcing a new campaign to address the homelessness crisis and the goal is to secure 1100 homes within the next two years. rather than building new units the campaign was defined into units and large buildings are renovated abandoned or unutilized properties. the proposals include airbnb, at&t and the san francisco giants. after the devastating fired the effort to save notre dame is not finished and how the hot weather in pairs could cause historic damage to the cathedral. and van ness avenue construction threatening the survival of the businesses along the corridor and how city
i am mike mibach. this weather is similar to yesterday. we have high clouds continuing to filter in tonight and tomorrow. currently 56 and faulty skies in dc which means daly city. that is normal summer conditions but the foggy >> for some. that is on the san mateo coast under that veil of high clouds tripping over us with deeper cloud cover off to the west. sun, high clouds and patchy fog with higher humidity with 60s to 90s on the temperatures. that moisture swing around the high taking aim at the central valley, cyr, nevada including tahoe, las vegas and southern california. that could be sneaking into the area tonight and it bears watching with some shower activity and cloud cover later. 60s and 70s on the temperatures with some areas running warm.
upper 60s at calistoga, almost 70 degrees. wind at 6 and out of the gate warm temperatures. the moisture is something to keeping an eye on tonight and tomorrow, close enough where i mention it with santa clara valley. 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s on the temperatures. we have a lot of slow traffic out there still. some commutes are getting better those that did not have crashes and others are not. for example, right here on the richmond bridge, that commute is getting better. in fact, ever since they took a lot of those plays off the bridge we've had somewhat of a normal commute on the bridge over to marine county. the bay bridge is improving a little bit. we had earlier issues improving driving into san francisco today. no baseball game will make it a little bit better. 880 northbound has slow traffic and slow traffic in the east bay. 101 is very slow with an accident right where i put this
arrow. the action is gone but traffic is very slow leaving san francisco from before 280 heading down south. it is 8:31 am. some business owners in san francisco are blaming the ongoing construction project along van ness avenue for the sharp decline in the business and the city is looking at ways to help the businesses survive. i can see the construction behind you and talk about the plan considered, cristina rendon. >> reporter: the city is trying to figure out how to help the businesses. they have money set aside and trying to figure out how to distribute the money in the form of a loan or grant. the construction behind us has been going on for three years now, and a lot of the businesses are really worried about it, especially the small business owners. this van ness improvement project was supposed to be
completed earlier than anticipated but now pushed back through 2021. one business owner is very concerned she may not be able to stay open. >> i have had barricades, and fences, and less traffic and it is darker. someone recently told me they thought i was closed for a few months. this project is dismantling my business. it's not slowly over time and it is crashing. >> reporter: at the mta they are trying to formalize heading up the businesses by september. the option for the money is $5 million and they will either distribute zero interest loans or possibly a grant to help save the struggling businesses. again, construction will not be completed until 2021 so something has to be done quickly. this is not the only construction going on around the city and other districts also have this issue. it is all under consideration by the city and the mta.
there is a meeting tonight by the committee overseeing this particular project with business support one of the items on the agenda. cristina rendon, ktvu fox 2 news. the rental ordinance taking effect today and hayward providing arbitration that the tenants can use if the landlord wants to raise the rent by more than 5% in a year. it will apply to residential properties but exempts single- family homes and condos, in an effort to better track housing and hayward. the landlord must tell the city when they raise rent or terminate tendency. the supervisors voting on the controversial legislation to install 21 escalator canopies at the bart stations and expected to cost over $91 million or roughly $4.5 million for each canopy. it is complained about the high cost but supporters say it
provides extra security for the passengers and workers. calling into question the actions of the palo alto police officers and a lawsuit accuses them of violating a man civil- rights. this stems from the 2018 arrest on gustavo alvarez on suspicion of driving with a suspended license. the police report from the four police officers involved saying that he was put on his car in handcuffs and no other force was used. the attorney says the surveillance video shows him thrown onto the car, punched with his head slammed into the wind chill. the auto recording cop the sergeant referring to the suspect sexual identity. >> these officers have no business being peace officers. they are dishonest and violent. they have a veil of secrecy they have created. >> one of the officers is on administrative leave and the three others are still working. the palo alto city manager says they have procedures to investigate allegations of misconduct early and that they would hold officers accountable
if misconduct is determined to have happen. we first told you about the woman that died when she was trapped in the clothing donation box and the mother of kaily land is filing a lawsuit saying that companies that make and operate the donation boxes know about the danger but still using them. she was trying to take items out of the box in petaluma when it snapped shut and her body was later found inside the box. >> there have been many people that have died before her and nothing had been done or changed. they are still made the same way and they can almost take a person's at all. >> the wrongful death lawsuit is in the early stages in a separate consumer claim is in the city of los angeles in both cases seek a safer design of the donation bins and monetary damages. filing charges against the rapper asap rocky and to make other people in connection in a fight in stockholm. it was recorded on a cell phone drawing the intention of many musicians including oakland g
easy who was arrested in stockholm last year for assault and drug possession but was released and ordered to pay a fine and he says this is a case of racism. in the first address to parliament the new prime minister boris johnson says he will make sure that britain leaves the european union as scheduled on october 31st. the prime minister calling on the european union to rethink the refusal to renegotiate the brexit deal. he says he is intent on making britain the greatest place on earth. the heat wave is spreading across parts of the european continent in belgium and germany registering the highest ever temperatures. the netherlands saw the hottest day 75 years and parts of france will have temperatures exceeding 104 degrees fahrenheit today with sweltering heat and wind increasing the risk of wildfires. that he is big trouble for the france notre dame cathedral and the chief architect says
the monument is still saturated with water after the massive fire broke out in april. record-setting temperatures could create them to dry out too quickly causing the arches to collapse. temperatures topping 100 degrees in paris this week. there is a deadly salmonella outbreak with two dead and 700 sick from two separate outbreaks. it's mostly ohio and tennessee. the cdc represents that you wash your hands and especially after touching poetry or pick your treats. the gardner lifesaving images will provide the service with mammograms, the best way yet to screen for early stages of breast cancer. this is alum rock avenue at south white road at 8 am, happening now and ending it 5 pm this evening. protecting tinder users traveling overseas and a new
app rolled out to protect the popular community. these are the people powered scooters and we will highlight this growing business with a number of benefits including good old-fashioned fun. right now san francisco northbound 101 traffic approaching the 80 split looks all right with some slowing as you head out to 4th street. we have some high clouds but look like they are thinning out and will pick up later with fog patchy and warm hot inland as we take a look at the temperatures, coming up.
welcome back to mornings on 2. i hope you're having a great thursday morning, the last thursday in the month of july. >> already. back to school is around the corner and the summer traffic pattern will be changing. >> yes, it is. mike, take a look at this, the richmond bridge is much better. have you noticed? that is because a lot of the plays have been removed. remember we had bad commute for about a month and a half. >> it's more like four or five months actually. >> i think you're right. they have announced that the plays are gone and things are getting better.
at the bay bridge traffic backed up out to the maze and things have improved. the good thing today there is no baseball game and the giants had the day off with no baseball game at oracle park giving us a break. 880 northbound has low traffic past downtown or into downtown even though that is also improving. 680 has improved quite a bit and we are improving and even 101 through south city. 280 out of daly city very slow and 101 slow with the 280 interchange. in the east bay highway 4 slow out of antioch due to an earlier crash. it is 8:42 am. let's bring in steve. >> warm for some and the fog is back at the san mateo coast. el granada, half moon bay in daly city but for many just high clouds keeping low temperatures up but not bad. as laura says it is the beautiful b game which is
burling game. i don't know, here it is for gorgeous morning and 66 in burling game. not bad and i don't get the temperature from there but close was san mateo, belmont and san carlos and foster city, all in the 60s to upper 60s yet pacifica and montero bay with fog in the 50s and 70 in stamford and also at union city almost 70 degrees. it was hot yesterday fairfield, garrard, concord, livermore and ukiah, 101. not that hot today but saturday back to that with high clouds drifting up with a break and more sunshine before clouds increase later this evening into tomorrow morning. the humidity is up and it looks like after little bit different temperatures today and friday they will go right back up on saturday and maybe as hot or hotter than what we saw wednesday. the high pressure system and all it has to do is to head back to california a little bit and temperatures jump which is what happened yesterday. coming around that from the
south we have the tropical monsoon moisture. 70s for many already with 50s and 60s closer to the coast. the biggest cooldown over the coast and bay, inland temperatures warm and above average. we have to watch that moisture coming out of southern california into central california and some of it drifting into our area later today, this evening into tonight. the high will back off a little bit with minor cooling thursday and friday but still very warm and hot for some. saturday back up with go with sunday warm and much cooler early next week. 60s, 90s, most 100 degrees. we have had a mild a nice summer but we do down the road we would have to warm up and that is this pattern now taking us into saturday. there's something getting children off the phones inside and outside we are talking about scooters. >> these are not electric scooters zipping around the streets of pam cook is back with the stories. >> the push scooters have been tricked out for performance and
this is a growing business. >> three, two, one. >> they would call randomly at different sports shops and asked if we would carry scooters. at first i thought what type of scooter do you want. >> reporter: steve owns the sports center at san rafael and marine county and his business used to be all about the snow. >> we are passionate about skiing and snowboarding but we were twiddling our thumbs in the off-season. kids begin requesting scooters and none of the other skate shop scared him so i thought we would give it a try and we have not looked back. >> reporter: the demo sports began selling scooters a couple of years ago and they took up a corner of the shop but now scooters, helmets, wheels and other parts take up one quarter of the story around. >> i saw the flattop. >> it is the sport for
everybody. >> reporter: fortnite lost its appeal after he started riding a scooter. >> i thought it would be like the regular kids in the neighborhood scooting up and down the street. >> reporter: but then he went to the skate spark park. >> i started going fast in zipping around my scooter and then one day decided i wanted to do this. >> once you jump off your, i will have you drop in. >> reporter: chris said his business is going with the scooter craze and he travels around the country teaching the kids not only tricks but safety, courtesy at the park and confidence. >> my goal is to motivate the kids already into it and get everyone else into it. then those kids that are little bit shy, push them and give them a reason to go out and do it for them selves. if you can learn a trick, fall down three times, get up on the fourth time and landed, you can do anything. it is the mental understanding.
>> take this position. >> we let the kids drive what we carry. they come up with all kinds of different new rules that they would do in the park and they would need different equipment to assess realize the need and we kept going with it. >> they kept rolling with it and the kids are having so much fun. they are so determined out there, and thank you for watching us i talked with said the kids are really nice to each other and helping each other. the first couple of moms said they thought it was the skate park and my kid would be trampled over. but they were all helping each other and showing them stuff, and nobody had out there phones, no one. >> they were on the same page, an interesting page for helping each other out and to put down the phones. >> for a child to master something, like practicing a piano, my little boys ride the scooters more than the bikes
and always with a helmet. >> they were very good about that. they have nepad to the the kids said all you had to do was to land badly one time and you learned that. we want to do that for kids, find something fun that gives them a good attitude and confidence, and while playing outside. we put the canines to the test as the k-9 officers europe for the competition this weekend in vallejo. we now know when the samsung galaxy fold phone will go on sale and we take a look and how much that will cost you.
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here we are, 2+ hours after the opening bell and started down with disappointing numbers for some. some big companies reporting the worst quarter ever with the loss of $3 billion for the quarter after the boeing grounding of the maxed yet. down by 6% and tesla stop dropping 14% after missing the analyst estimates. the dow jones down by 120 points. california cutting a deal with four largest carmakers to build more efficient cars and they worked out an agreement with ford, honda, volkswagen and vw of north america. the company says they were motivated to strike a deal due to the need for predictability, lowering compliance costs and preserving the environment. these fleets will average 50 miles per gallon by 20 26 and
they hope the trump administration will joining the agreement and the right health rollback a number of obama era environmental regulations. tinder rolling out a new future to keep the lgbtq users safe and it is a travel alert allowing users to hide their profile and companies were being openly or transgender could be dangerous or illegal. tinder will warn users when they are in those countries with 59 countries criminalizing same-sex relationships and a lot of them have laws punishable by death. the samsung oldboat phone goes on sale in september and postponed the launch due to durability concerns and hinges were failing and others complained the protective layer coming off the screen. samsung said they made improvements and the samsung foldable phone costing about $2000. there was outbreaks that accompany was using gives to subsidize payments to the
delivery workers and the door dash says the new policy ensures that the workers receive all of the tips. under the old policy they would receive a set payment to make a delivery but if the driver got a tip through the app, dor hadash would deduct the entire tip amount from the payment. the open table getting into the food delivery business and partnering with caviar, grubhub and uber eats for deliveries to the app. they say customers have 8000 restaurant options in 90 cities across the country. we hope you join us tomorrow morning as we take you on another zip trip and this time to the south bay. >> it is sunnyvale with over a century ago sunnyvale known for the fruit orchards but like so many cities, evolving through the generations and now home to 140,000 people. many consider at the heart of the silicon valley and we will introduce you to the people making a difference in
sunnyvale and introduce you to the restaurants and cafis. tomorrow we set up on south murphy avenue. if you are in the area come say hello. if you cannot make it the sunnyvale watch is live right here on ktvu and we will be streaming live on ktvu.com. >> the crowds have been great on every zip trip we have been on and this is number five for the season. still to come, the scary sight for the mother of the toddler and we will let you know what happened to this little boy carried away on the airport conveyor belt. and we dug up and how this guy hopes this discovery will soon be on display.
65-year-old while the deke in north dakota. he has been obsessed with dinosaurs ever since he was a kid. he went to the badlands with another fan and on the fourth day of the dig he found the parcel skull. he named it alice after the woman who owned the land. he hopes to be able to display it. a new store opens in santa barbara for those who are serious about the wine collection. they are in temperature controlled areas for stores that don't have enough room. the winery says with the recent wildfires nearby and flooding in the area community members can rest easy knowing at least the cherished winds are safer now. >> i have one of these lockers for myself as my house was built in the 1920s and no air conditioning, so my house gets hot.
>> the storage locker can be a place where people can keep their wine if they are in the process of moving or rebuilding. about 100 inmates had a sneak peek of this latest documentary. it includes a segment on the johnny cash concert at a prison and how that performance inspired merle haggard who was serving time after being convicted of robbery. he said he wanted to share the film with the inmates and wanted to help them feel connected to the world outside of the prison walls. >> i want him to be part of a big broad human family. >> that is great and that is wonderful for him to come in here. >> burns is known for his research documentaries on the civil war, vietnam war,and others. it is a 16 hour film on the history of country music and will air on cbs in september.
one big league player walk- up song is getting the fans at the ballpark excited for his at bat. his walk-up music is the maybe shark and all of the fans and teammates are getting into it. to have a video of him doing it on the big screen and the national layer say it helps them to have fun on and off of the field. a company that lay claim to inventing rocky road ice cream nearly a century ago, the original what it oakland is closing for good. it has been there for 20 years and the sign on the shop windows thanks the customers for their support and set new tenants will be announced soon. you have one more chance to get your rocky road and the last
day is tomorrow. a plan to build a gondola is to approval and the supervisors unanimously approved the project but environmentalist who opposes say it will harm wildlife. a road block for the trump adminstration and what is happening to new restrictions on immigrants applying for asylum. more than 30 chefs are getting ready to turn up the heat and this morning we are getting a taste of what they are throwing up on the grill. looking to cool off this weekend? we will tell you where you can grab a refreshing root beer float at the oakland coliseum. these are some of our guest coming in a little bit later on in the morning. we will have these law- enforcement animals in case you haven't figured it out. i will be down there