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sweltering temperatures. we will top 100 degrees. we have weekend coverage. the oakland community comes together to celebrate a local shop. he tells us his story just after his big win on a national television cooking show. this is mornings on 2. welcome. it is saturday, july 27. >> good morning. happy weekend. we are going to have one of the hottest days of the year so
far. some areas will be well over 100. >> hot one. weather alerts. we're live were many cities it will be over 100 degrees. first rosemary is in the weather center to tell us how hot it's going to get today. >> triple digit heat, especially inland on the east bay. that is where we have advisories. right now it's hard to tell. we have clouds in place. temperatures are similar to yesterday and even cooler in some spots. look at that beautiful view. the low clouds are floating by. a blue sky above that. san francisco is in the 50s this morning. 51 right now in santa rosa and 60 degrees in livermore and san jose. here is a look at the 24 hour temperature change. we are actually a little bit cooler this morning. that is going to change as we
get into the afternoon. here's a look at the cloud cover. inside the bay, north bay, along the east bayshore and the inner east bay mostly clear skies. it's broken up over the south bay as well. the winds are onshore but it is beginning to die down. a light breeze. here is a look at where we are looking for heat advisories. they will begin at 11 am. some areas will hit above 100 degrees. as you know we have had a pretty mild july so far. that won't be the case today. upper 90s for santa rosa and areas like morgan hill or gilroy, it's going to be hot. inland, antioch will be 103 as will concord. if you don't have ac it's going to be hot. 74 downtown san francisco.
slightly better for tomorrow and then a cooldown begins. i'll have a look at the extended forecast coming up. we continue team coverage on the extreme heat. we are down in walnut creek where temperatures are expected to climb.>>reporter: the forecast calls for hot days. in walnut creek it is nice but things are going to heat up pretty quickly. a heat advisory goes into effect at 11 am. this is video from other parts of the bay area. this advisory covers of many counties in california. cooling centers will be open and hot weather comes as santa rosa has an ironman competition that is expected to draw thousands of people. >> we have increased the water we have out there. we will provide ice to athletes
at aid stations. we are encouraging them to know their bodies, pay attention to those things. >>reporter: cal fire is preparing for wild fire danger. they expect it to be busy through october. vegetation is dry. we have windy days and then the typography and that is when we get large and destructive fires. >> people are reminded to stay hydrated. do not leave children or pets inside cars. back to you. are okay. thank you. to her being held without bail in connection to a homicide. 24-year-old eric 40 is accused of a beating death of a man outside of the home last week. they face charges. no weapon on excuse me know word on why they did this.
the summer youth concert will be held starting at 630 tonight. a song was written to commemorate the 25th year. from darkness joyful sounds are born. she was a 14-year-old musician stabbed in her home in 1994. her killer has not been found. her parents channeled their heartache into a foundation in her honor. searches scheduled for missing texas met last seen one week ago at the sonoma county fairgrounds rv park. authorities are worried he may be suicidal. this is a picture of him. his truck turned up on highway 101 in mendocino county. today's search will search on this specific area. dozens are searching. they have no signs of him.
protesters are taking to the street and they are confronted with the police. they are defying warnings to not march in the northern portion of the territory. six days ago police had to fire tear gas to try to break up the crowd. construction on the border of all excuse me wall is being allowed even though it is being challenged. 2.5 dollars in military funding will replace some border fencing. the funding plan has been challenged. previously the money was blocked from being used. yesterday the supreme court
said the funding does not violate federal law. the aclu plans to challenge that decision. the u.s. and guatemala have signed an agreement on immigration. rick fireman's will be for them to apply for citizenship first. we have to make changes. the way to do it is working together with our best ally. >> they have agreed to do something very good for the united states. we will work with them. it will be a partnership.>> president trump threatened sanctions if the deal wasn't sign. critics say it violates you and sanctions. the sonoma county sheriff is working out to undocumented
immigrants to know his offices committed to sanctuary protections. this message was delivered inside a casino. >> i have the sheriff here to tell you that you can get help from the authorities. >>reporter: concertgoers may have been caught off guard when the sheriff took the microphone. >> the sheriff's office will not assist ice in conducting raids. his message was appreciated. no one will be reported to ice under a traffic stop, misdemeanor. it is always been the policy that we do not ask the immigration status. >>reporter: the state law is two years old. we are in compliance. it is the law of the land.>>reporter: why come here to this casino on the freeway.
>> a dance, you'll have more latinos in one place than anywhere else. this chairman says a quarter of his workforce is latino. >> tensions are high. i know the latino people are scared. they are afraid to go to work.>>reporter: they are committed to social justice. hosting the sheriff it makes sense. >> all the sudden i'm walking out with the sheriff. i'm putting myself on the line. >> it's a time to reassure immigrants. >>reporter: victims become afraid to report crimes and witnesses are afraid to come forward. you can trust us. we will be there to take care of them and investigate crimes.>> this appearance was aimed at removing boundaries
between law enforcement and communities. native americans have a different take on the immigration debate. >> we have people that have been here when hundred 50 years complaining about people that have been here 10 years. we are all here now. what can we do to make a safe world for all of us? >> the sheriff is six months on the job. he contacted the tribal leaders to start a dialogue. this appearance before a few thousand people at a concert was unconventional. he said he found it worthwhile. back to you. construction work to tell you about on this saturday in san francisco which could cause delays. they are trying to restore pavement over by the stadium. that will go through next wednesday.
this one was requested. thank you for your request. the is going to be on, especially for our inland communities. the temperatures for your area and how long the heat is expected to last. major grocery shores or selling greens tainted. the study found that among 284 sample six contained the bacterial. the cdc is not concerned. most of the time of the people don't get sick from listeria. two brands of tacos season are being recalled. they are sold under the names great value, mild taco seasoning and heb. they are
sold at walmart and other grocery stores in california. 43 other states as well. no reports of anyone getting sick. the event garlic lovers have been waiting for. the gilroy garlic festival. organizer say grows every year. >>they expected 5000 people. it has snowballed ever since. >> every food you can imagine will be infused with garlic. there is a cooking contest, arts and crafts and the kids area. this festival runs through tomorrow. >> you can smell it in the air.
rashad armistead is the champion of a television cooking show. now, how he wants to use this fame to help the community. >>reporter: rashad armistead run the kitchen like a general. >> he was doing some homestyle cooking hosting family and several hundred of his closest friends at the overlook in oakland. a celebration of his newfound fame after being on the food network show, chef. >> i would sit in my grandmother's kitchen and sit in the corner and watch everybody cook. >> he opened a rep drag called grammys down home cooking. named after his grandmother. he never dreamed it would lead to an invitation to compete. >> they said they heard about our pop up and you want to
audition. i did. >> i was ready to give up. i was going to turn in my towel and find another career. >> he couldn't even tell his family what happened on the show. >> not until tuesday when it finally aired. >> you are the chopped champion. savor the victory and then take a bow. >> i was so overwhelmed. it was amazing. i told my husband if i didn't do anything right i know have raised him right. >>reporter: this chef is now cooking up a bigger plants. there is a crowd funding event going on to help hire young people. >> young adults are listening and getting stuff done. i want to help somebody else find out what they're supposed
to be doing. that warms my heart. back to you i think you might want to barbecue. maybe not. how about going out to deal with the heat? >> no. >> how about going out for dinner and nice, cool place. how about that? >> spare the air for today. it all comes hat hand-in-hand with that hot weather. temperatures will warm into 100 degrees. we do have an advisory in
effect. let's look at the current conditions. we start out similar, maybe even a little cooler than we were yesterday. look at the cloud cover on the coastline. the east bay, it looks like the inner east bay, we showed you this. mostly clear to start your day. partly cloudy skies in san jose. we have some great to start. in santa rosa looks like you are seeing some sunshine there now. in the afternoon we will be mostly sunny. along the coastline it will take most of the afternoon but most of the coast will clear out later today. calm conditions. we have an onshore breeze through the delta just about 12 mph. when it is that light, no relief will be coming in from the cool, pacificare. right now it is 56 in san francisco. as we get into the second part of the day the heat will be on. i will show you the numbers in
ball. transco 4-0. the padres get the equalizer in a big way. austin goes upper deck. that thing is gone. we are tied up at 101. here is pablo with the big game winning fly. >> it's high and dry. left field. it is out of here. >> that is the ballgame. how about that. watch this. a nice catch by dad holding junior. a one-handed grab. the sixth inning winner, it's their sixth extra winning excuse me inning winning. >> i'll try to talk next time. >> watch this. this yields goes up and keeps it in the yard. he got it. two runs would've been nice.
they could've used them. the ball is leaving the yard for the rangers. willie calhoun with the bomb. five-2. days are a half-game back in the wildcard race. two are under arrest. justin vega and clarissa dodge are scheduled to appear in court next week. investigators think other people are involved in the operation and are still at large. the suspect used common household cleaning solutions office equipment and a toilet seat cover to alter digger dollar bills. we opened this in i guess you can't say you're not doing it. then with this one here, we opened that.>> investigators say the suspects would pay a $15 parking fee with a fake
$100 bill. once the phony money was flagged surveillance cameras helped locate the suspect. new single-family homes could be reduced to a maximum house the size of 2500 square feet. there was a similar measure limiting second-story accessory units. supporters say they need to do more to preserve character. opponent say it restricts the ability to build new housing. there will be a council meeting to address the issue. today's going to be a scorcher. in a moment, team coverage on a heat advisory that begins later this morning. health and fire threats we need to watch out for over the weekend. still ahead, penguins are at the zoo preparing for their annual march.
we are going to the garlic festival in gilroy. >> that was requested by jeff on twitter. thank you for that. we have rosemary joining us with heat. >> yes. >> i don't like ice cream when it's really hot because it makes me thirsty. am i the only one? >> may be a margarita. >> now your talk in. >> a garlic margarita? >> i don't think so. save the margarita. no, save the garlic. hotter today. hotter than yesterday.
inland communities will reach 100. with that we have heat advisory. mid 90s to 105. four inland communities, upper 90s to 103 to 104 expected for today. the advisory goes into place at 11 o'clock this morning. it is something to give you heads up and be aware. keep an eye on your pets and children. drink water even when you're not thirsty. stay out of the heat of you can. here's a look at what is going on at this hour.
it's hard to tell the big warm- up is coming our way. some of us are little bit cooler this morning. this is a beautiful shot at the low clouds that are stretching across the bay and inland this morning. 51 in santa rosa and low 60s in san jose. temperatures at this hour are a few degrees cooler than we were 24 hours ago and on the coastline. some areas are beginning to turn around. hayward is a little bit warmer by one degree or so, probably not even noticing the difference. here's a look at the cloud cover. the east bayshore does not reach inland. mostly sunny skies for valley locations. in the east bed and it's fairly widespread. winds are generally light. airfield is off the reading but it is 12 mph onshore. before i let you go, here's a look at some of the heat expected. concord, 103. brent field as well. brentwood and gilroy are 97. 70 at half moon bay and 80s expected on the east bayshore. areas like oakland. >> how long the heat will last is coming up in the extended forecast. alyssa continues our team coverage on the extreme heat. she joined us in walter creek where temperatures are expected to get toasty. good morning.
>>reporter: people are going to want to find a place to cool off. we have a stopped by the pool here in walnut creek. it gets busy on hot days but they have a swim meet this weekend. it is closed to the general public. people will have to find another place to go. other pools and splash pads will be busy. people might go to the coast. it's going to get toasty in just a couple of hours. heat advisory goes into effect at 11 am covering several counties. more than 40 cooling centers will be open in santa clara county. the hot weather comes as there is an iron man competition expected to draw thousands of people. >> those out in the afternoon on the run course we have water
out there. we will provide ice to athletes at the aid stations. we encourage them to know their bodies and pay attention to those things.>>reporter: there is wildfire danger. firefighters are preparing. they say they expect it to be busy through october.>> the vegetation is now bone dry. we have windy days and topography and that's when we have our large and destructive fires. >> as a good reminder, stay hydr ated. limit exercise and do not children or pets unattended in hot vehicles. up police officer was arrested at his home in sunnyvale. he was taken into custody yesterday. this is his mug shot. police say he first came to
their attention while investigating a drug case. earlier 47-year-old daniel cello was arrested on suspicion of selling the kardex. they served a search warrant at his home and found evidence that implicated tompkins. five people have been arrested in connection to a deadly stabbing of a teenage boy. fernando montes was pronounced dead soon after he was stabbed. this happened on sunset avenue. the 20-year-old, jonathan the hera was arrested and charged with murder. he is being waited to be transferred back to san jose. the other four are minors.
the victim of a violent robbery in san francisco's chinatown. it alarmed people and businesses because it happened in broad daylight had an intersection surrounded by people. why the victim is now speaking out.>>reporter: walter wong is greeted by a friend who asked him how he is doing. it is the first time he has returned to chinatown after being beaten and robbed on this busy road. he spoke to me about his ordeal.>> i was very scared. >>reporter: he said he was waiting for the stoplight to change at stockton and pacific when three men came up from behind, grabbed him by the arms, assaulted him and stole his watch. >> >> there were fellows behind me. they lifted me up and threw me on the ground. at that time i was unconscious. >> another saw the commotion and tried to help. this is -- cam video. the friend was knocked to the
ground. wong said he blacked out. when he regained consciousness he was surrounded by people, including the police. he was taken to the hospital where he was treated for fractured cheek bone and bruises to the back of his head. >reporter: more for patrol has been added and that will last through the summer. investigators are following leads including surveillance video that will help identify the suspect. >>we don't usually see this type of violence in chinatown. >>reporter: a man used a broom to break the windshield of three vehicle stopped in traffic. police say the vandalism is unrelated to the attack on long. he says the brazen attack in broad daylight in an area filled with elderly people and tourist is alarming.
he wants the suspects caught and arrested. >> i am not able to return to work. perhaps another week or so and then i will return. i am hoping this will never happen to anyone else. >>reporter: he wants a song stronger and sustained release presents and more surveillance cameras. new cameras were already in the works and they expect them to be up and running in six to eight weeks. in chinatown, amber lee. back to you. a hit and run in san francisco. the driver turned herself in. the 19-year-old was behind the wheel of a mazda that crashed in the bayview district thursday morning. this accident was so severe that it sheared off the car's front and. three cars were injured and a 19-year-old man. the faa is in nebraska trying to figure out what caused the
private plane to crash killing a family of three. the air craft crashed wednesday afternoon. mass arrests during a election. more than 500 people have been detained during the rally. it started out near the office of the moscow mayor and was pushed into side streets. authorities say demonstrations involved 3500 people. the protesters were backing and opposition leader who was sentenced to a month in jail
for organizing today's investigation. democrats are hoping to smooth over some differences within their own party. nancy pelosi is meeting with new york representatives. she accused cortez and other women of being disrespectful. here is a photo with cortez smiling. >> she has personality issues, they are minor. we have a big issue in our country with what is happening in the white house. >> the speaker respects the fact that we are coming together as a party and i am looking forward to us getting back after the summer. >> they want to keep the
president's power in check. the final day of the national league conference. it addresses underserved urban communities across the country. several democratic presidential candidates are at the conference to outline plans to improve opportunities for people of color. there is a proposal to put $60 billion into black colleges and universities. >> why do we only have to be on the outside? on bended knee or trying to break down the door. should we have a roll on the inside? that's where the decisions are being made.>> some have already spoken at the conference and has joe biden. birds were rescued earlier this month. they have been released back into the wild. they were among 89 birds nesting in a tree one part of it broke off. the international bird rescue rehabilitation them. this most birds will be cared
for for the next few weeks. the annual march of the penguins at the san francisco zoo will mark a big moment for five young penguins that hatched in mid-may. they graduate from fish school and will join the adult colony. this will begin this morning at 9 o'clock. okay. coming up next, you may need to think twice about your next food delivery order. the surprising study about how much drivers snack on your food. that and more coming up after the break. stay with us, we'll be right back.
30 rental homes across the area. many people say they're afraid to complain because they are afraid they could end up homeless. >> the city may hold a program to hold landlords available. we explained. >>reporter: from collapsing concrete to piecemeal doors to the downright disgusting, conditions inside rental units are widely unknown. code enforcement officers react when issues are reported to them. this is a problem that healthy homes director larry brooks once solved. >> we are paying the price for not looking into these types of units and identifying problems and coming up with ways to correct them. >reporter: we want to
eliminate lead paint from older homes. >> i get to see what the public doesn't get to see.>>reporter: four years ago he had a group wanted to inspect rental properties. as the project got off the ground tragedy, 36 lives were taken by flames and smoke at the ghost ship warehouse. >> i was shocked it away. i was somewhat embarrassed in a way. >>reporter: those feelings have turned into disappointment. nothing has been done to proactively inspect. a 17 study says they can have landlords profit at the public's help. people are afraid of re-out
palliation. they're not going to complain. >> we looked at other cities and their programs. san jose checks inside rental buildings every five years. los angeles does it every three years in sacramento looks and 10% of units in each building every year. we also checked the san francisco. they only look at exteriors. >> people are subjected to horrible living conditions. >> the ghost ship announced, it should be rental's responsibility to report this. than last year $600,000 was set aside for proactive inspection program. nothing was spent and nothing started. >> do you believe there is a lot of talk and not of lot of action? >> i think it is difficult in the city of great need to often prioritize the competing needs that we have. >>reporter: this councilwoman
says she has supported the added layer of enforcement. she showed the idea. >> this is one that we need to get to the top of the list. >> with community pressure is happening. >>reporter: funding was approved to hire a consultant for $100,000. they will come up with an inspection list and then the next a budget, half million dollars will be devoted to staff and the program itself. >> we need the ability to help families keep themselves safe.>>reporter: supporters say it will be more cost-effective. >> the biggest frustration for me is that we weren't able to do this 10 years ago. >>reporter: what do you say to people who are not fans of the government going in and inspecting proactively?>> look at ghost ship.
that should hurt all of us. that should motivate all of us to find a way to make this work.>>reporter: back to you. the weekend is here and you have to find a friend who has a pool today or maybe head to the beach. a lot of people on the bayside doesn't have ac. they can be 95 in your house. that's exactly what we will have today. temperatures in the 80s and 90s for some. inland communities, you will want to find a source of water or perhaps the movie theater. it's going to be so hot. you will want to find a place to chill. this is a view at storm tracker
to. the bay is beginning to feel a lot like yesterday morning. temperatures within a few degrees. the winds are generally light. the onshore breeze is really weak at this point, 10 mph or so. no relief from that. it is a spare the air day and temperatures by the afternoon will jump from 10 to 12 degrees from yesterday's highs. here's a look at what we have right now. though 50s to start your day. upper 50s to 60 degrees at concord and toward livermore. similar to yesterday. it's nice. as we get into the afternoon things change. the heat advisory starts at 11 o'clock and goes until sunday
night. there is an indication that we have two days of very hot weather and then we slow down as we get into monday. here are the afternoon highs for today. by the water beautiful. when you go inland it is baking. 96 for sonoma. for the east bayshore, 81 degrees. they have a whine-fest going on there at park street. 84 will be the afternoon high. the inland communities, low 100s. 103 expected for any act. 93 in san jose and 97 in gilroy. that is very hot. if you are going to the garlic festival, go early or wait until the evening hours. i'm not sure how late it is open. 81 degrees in santa cruz. avoid between 3 pm and 5 pm when the inland communities tend to be at their hottest. >> if you're going to see the a's play, 81 degrees at 6:07.
that is a hot one in the stands when you're just sitting there in no breeze and the sun is bearing down on you. keep an eye on your little ones. plenty of water. here's a look at the extended forecast. bigger relief coming on monday. are a. thank you.antonio brown arriving at training camp. we will be right back, stay right there.
acl. he has been on the shelf since then. the doctors have cleared him but the team says they will take a very cautious approach over the preseason. he has been ruled out of the first game against the cowboys in two weeks from today. >> hits officially official. we are good to go. >> how do you feel? >> good. i'm happy where i am. i was very successful during the summer. i got a lot done. >> besides garrotte below 49 fans will like to see nick at ohio state. he started on thursday and he is ready to go as well.the raiders are holding practices in the napa valley. the brand-new guy, antonio brown is trying to fit in. what better way to arrive at training camp other than a hot air balloon? >> he posted his trip. he is on the disabled list for what is described as a minor issue. >>
>> we need to get away from all the distractions and get together, bond, no distractions, no intrusions. hard knocks is an intrusion. but, it was handed to us so we have to deal with it. >> the antitrust deal has been struck down. it is 7:57.>> the community comes together to honor a big winning chef. that and more coming up after the break. stay with us, we'll be right back. right now, earn 60,000 bonus miles
sweltering temperatures across the bay. we have team coverage on this week's weather lord. campaign donations over the legal limit. there is an investigation of the company who donated the money. part of outreach to immigrants. a crowd is addressed at a local casino. this is mornings on 2.it is a great start to the day. we are taking a live look outside. this is vacation by the go-go's.
this is for molly and carrie watching in joseph, oregon. >> thanks for watching us from another state. i feel special. >> we have a cool start but all warm finished. >> today is july 27.>> today is going to be one of the hottest days of the year so far. a cool start. some areas will reach triple digits. >> weather alerts. alyssa is live in the east bay where many cities will be over 100 degrees. first rosemary is in the rose center to tell us just how hot it's going to get. we have and advisory for the east bay. that lasts into tomorrow. as you mentioned, it's a bit of a cool start. we have some fog out there and cloud cover. take a look at areas of the golden gate bridge where we
can't even see the bridge towers. we have low 50s to start your day in santa rosa. low 60s already reported in oakland, livermore and san jose. the inner east bay starts out with sunny skies as opposed to that live camera there. here is a look at the 24 hour temperature change. four degrees cooler this morning than we were yesterday. we need the cooler cloudy start to help keep temperatures and check along the coastline and around the bay. inland communities, expected to be really hot this afternoon. here's a look at some cloud cover. you can see it over the northbay. the east bayshore and through the south bay, partly cloudy. the inner east bay, walnut creek, antioch, concorde, livermore. you all have sunshine. here is a look at the winds.
generally light. and orange or breeze at about 12. that will not help us out in the way of cool, pacific air before today. the heat advisory starts at 11 and goes until 11 o'clock tomorrow night. here's a comparison from yesterday and today. today we go to 98. livermore is 91 yesterday and today going to 102. we will have a look around at the afternoon highs for today and when we expect a cooldown coming up in just a bit. thank you. we will have team coverage on the extreme heat today. temperatures are expected to climb today. the trick is to get outside early if you want to do any exercising, before this heat sets in. >> people said they would shelter in in the afternoon.
>>reporter: a heat advisory goes into effect at 11 am in several counties. more than 40 cooling centers will be open in santa clara county and cal fire is preparing for wildfire danger. they expect it to be august and very active. >> we will get windy days and then with the topography, that's when we have our large and destructive fires. >> right now it's not too bad. were getting a little bit of a breeze. it is getting hotter and hotter by the hour. the heat advisory goes into effect at 11 am. officials want to remind people to stay hydrated and limit outside exercise during the hardest part of the day and never leave children or pets
unattended in vehicles. back to you.>> a 20-year-old is accused of the beating death of a man outside his home last week. he faces charges. no word on the motive. >> the public ethics commission is recommending the mayor pay a fine and return campaign contributions after accepting donations over the legal limit. an investigation sound that 11 partners donated 2400 more than the legal limit. the mayor should forfeit that money to the general fund and pay a $600 fine. the campaign cooperated with the investigation. the ethics commission will vote whether to impose the fine at its upcoming meeting.
there will be and alec caney teenager memorable oriole today. a song was written to commemorate the 25th year. it is called from darkness joyful sounds are born. she was just 14 years old, a musician and was stabbed to death in her home in 1994. her killer has not been found. her parents channeled their heartache into a foundation into her honor to help young musicians fulfill their dreams. a missing texas man. authorities are worried that he may be suicidal.'s truck turned up on highway 101 in poplin in may casino county. we will be searching in this area.
thousands of protesters are taking to the street in hong kong. they are confronted by the police. the protesters defy a police warning to not march in the neighborhood in the northern portion of that territory. six days ago police fired tear gas. they are trying to break up the crowd. there are concerns that mainland china is trying to exert control on hong kong which is part of china but governed independently. construction will be allowed on part of the border wall between the u.s. and mexico. it began as it is being challenged in a courtroom. president trump plans to use 2.5 military dollars to replace sections with stronger fencing. the aclu challenged the funding plan. a federal judge had previously blocked the money from being
used. in a ruling yesterday the supreme court said the funding doesn't violate federal law. the aclu said it plans to challenge that decision. the supreme court ruling comes as the u.s. and guatemala sign an agreement on the immigration. guatemala says it will require migrants to apply for asylum there first and in exchange the state department will relax rules on the guatemalan farmworkers looking for employment in the united states. >> we are a community that has to make changes. we need to work together. >> we have agreed to do something good for the united states and we are going to work with them. it will be a partnership.>> the president threatened sanction if the deal was not sign. critics say it does not protect asylum-seekers. the sheriff is personally reaching out mid. they are
going to comply with california sanctuary protection. >> the sheriff's office will not assist ice in conducting raids. >> this was delivered last night. the casino holds a concert series with bands from mexico. the sheriff took the microphone to ease concerns in the community about deportation. >> people need to know they can trust the sheriff's office. we will be there to take care of them and investigate crimes. crime knows no boundary. >> this message came after stepped-up immigration enforcement. it is 8:09. investigators are looking into whether arson is to blame for destroying a housing
construction site. this happen on stanford avenue. the owner says he is convinced that someone intentionally set fire to his project. he says investigators might be setting their sights on one person of interest. >> the construction crew was here picking up tools out of the building to go do a job and then the started. one of them talked to a stranger who had co up to him and asked for cigarette. >> the three-story building was an old printing shop that was being converted to nine work units. in berkeley a quick acting customer stopped laptop thieves. thisis surveillance a video. the moment two teenagers swiped the laptops. they tried to make a run for but they were taken down. the
pair came in around noon and asked for water. they stayed for about five minutes before making the move. >> i saw them trying to get out the front door. i ran over and tried to hold them down and take the laptop out of his hands. we did that successfully. >> that is some quick thinking. both laptops were recovered. the design of the front door is up pool to exit and the suspects pushed. a judge in a case against roundup has reduced the damaged awarded to a liver pool couple. the jury's conclusion that the roundup was a substantial factor in causing lymphoma. the judge found $2 billion to be excessive. of the lawyer for alva and
look at the blue, we are with a spare the air day. in addition to a heat advisory as temperatures soar to 100 degrees and maybe a little bit above. i have details on the big warm- up coming up. a new study founds grocery stores are selling leafy greens that are tainted with listeria. some kale spinach lettuce and other grains were the studies studied. six contained the bacteria. the cdc is not concerned. they say most of the time healthy people don't get sick from listeria.this is gross. you may need to reconsider ordering food from a delivery service. 28% of delivery drivers and nibble on customers food before it gets to their door. they found that 80% of customers receiving food deliveries have suspected that the delivery of taking food. half say they are tempted to dig in because of the smell of
the mail. >>garlic lovers have day two of the gilroy garlic festival. every food you can imagine is infused with garlic. there will be cooking contest, arts and crafts, wine tasting and a children's area. the three day festival runs through sunday. oakland has a rising star in the restaurant world. rashad armistead is the champion of the food network show chop. now he has bigger plans in the bay area. how he wants to use his new fame to help his community. >>reporter: rashad runs a kitchen like a general. >> all the way to the bone. >> he was doing some homestyle cooking hosting family and friends at the overlook in oakland. a celebration of his newfound fame after appearing on the
food network show.'s cooking is old family recipes and his own combinations. >> i would sit in the corner at my grandmothers and watch everyone cook. >> he opened a restaurant called grannies down home cooking in north oakland it's named after his great- grandmother who was a cook and businesswoman. he never dreamed it would lead to a invitation to compete. i got an email. they said they'd heard of our pop-up and they asked me if i wanted to audition. >>reporter: he did. the timing could not have been better. i was ready to turn in my towel and find another career. >> he couldn't even tell his family what happened on the show. >> >>reporter: tuesday it finally aired. chef rashad, you are the chopped champion.
take a moment to savor the victory. >> i was in tears. i was so overwhelmed, it was amazing. i told my husband if i didn't do anything right, i know i raised him right. >>reporter: the champion jeff has bigger plans. he has a crowdfunding effort to help higher and mentor people in the community. >> i believe in hiring young people. i have young adults. listening to me scream and getting stuff done. i can help somebody else find out what they are supposed to be doing. that warms my heart more than money. good for him. helping out the humidity and everyone likes good food. >> and now i'm hungry. >> it is h ot. >> yes. some of the hottest weather
of the season. we knew this was coming. frank called it. he said the 100s are coming. that's exactly what we are looking at for today. in the east bay we start out with clouds on the coast right. this stretches to the east bay but the inland areas are mostly sunny and that's where we have the heat advisory for the afternoon. upper 90s to low 100s expected for today. we could break a few records out there. it is a spare the air day, goes hand in hand, heat and sunshine and stagnant air as well as the haze. here is a view of the cloud cover. it has moved in and out is going to a road and spinout of higher elevations and we have it over the north bay and east bay we can see a little bit of
breakthrough with the sunshine and blue skies. the winds are light through the delta. we always look through to fairfield for how we are doing. very light on shore breeze. no relief from that cool pacificare today. 53 degrees in nevada 63 in oakland and 61 over san jose. in the second part of the day, simpson beats her as a nice one coming. you go inland and we are baking, 94 in petaluma. 96 in sonoma. some of these areas five to 10 or 12 degrees warmer than yesterday. the inner east bay, 108. if you're going to be in walnut creek at broadway plaza, pick someplace indoors that you can hang out. 84 in oakland and 81 in alameda. both have wine festivals going on. low 90s in san jose.
you will need to strategize. pick the earlier part of the day or early evening. by about 5 o'clock in the afternoon we will be in the 90s. a beautiful day to hand out by the water. santa cruz, 81. those 70s expected in pacifica. a warm day for san francisco, 74. tahoe, upper 40s to low 50s to start the morning but a quick rebound and then into the 80s. for us at home, we will start a cooldown, if you want to call it that, we will go from 103 to 99. monday tuesday and wednesday even better. a couple of hot days. we know the drill, we need to stay out of the sun and keep an eye on the pavement for your pets, also, keep track of your
to get hot today. have a good day. for the beginning of the afternoon we will notice a difference. we are working on temperatures getting 15 degrees warmer than yesterday. that means if you were 90 yesterday you should get up to 102 or so. >> we are off to a mostly sunny start. we have to clear the air day in place. san jose 61 and low 60s
in livermore and oakland. san francisco is low 60s. off to a nice start. we will show you in some areas we were actually a little cooler. we get into the second part of the day that will change. here's a look at the cloud cover outside and along the coastline. we have sunshine in san jose. the wind is light and variable. and offshore breeze at 10 mph. that won't help us out for today. the advisory for the east bay starts at 11 o'clock and goes until tomorrow. quite hot. baking for many inland communities. especially around the bay. 84 will be the afternoon high in oakland. that is very warm. especially if you don't have air conditioning. 103 in gilroy and 97 and
toasty. drink a lot of water and avoid the outdoors during the middle of the day. temperatures will drop slightly for tomorrow at a better cooldown for the week ahead. to barry area teens are in jail accused of killing a police officer. the memorial has been set up outside the police station. to 19-year-olds have been arrested. police say finnigan stabbed one of the officers eight times. >> a police officer is facing felony drug charges. he was taken into custody. police say
we are hearing from the victim of a violent robbery in san francisco's chinatown. this happened in broad daylight at an intersection surrounded by people. why the victim is speaking out now. >> walter wong was greeted by a friend who asked him how he feels. is the first time he has returned to chinatown after being robbed near this busy corridor. >> we spoke to him about his ordeal. he said he was waiting for the stoplight to change and three men came up from behind, grabbed him from behind and assaulted him. >> they lifted me up and threw me down.
that i was unconscious. >> this 67-year-old friend tried to help. he suffered bruises. as for wong, he says he blacked out. when he regained consciousness he was surrounded by people and police. he was taken to the hospital >> the officers responded within three minutes. >> they added more foot patrols that will last at least through the summer. investigators are hoping they have good surveillance video to identify the suspect. we don't normally see this in chinatown. >> this man say the vandalism is unreleased it to vandalism against wong. he wants suspects caught and
arrested. >> i am not able to return back to work. perhaps in another week. hopefully this will never happen to anyone else. >> wong once more police presence on the street. officials say no cameras were already in the works and they expect to have them up and running in six to eight weeks. back to you. a hit and run in san francisco. the driver has turned herself in. authorities say a 19-year-old was behind the wheel of a stolen mazda. the front end of the car was shared off.
three girls in the car were injured. they are all expected to recover. faa investigators are trying to figure out what caused a crash killing a family of three. the crash happened wednesday afternoon. they were on their way to an aviation conference.>> the east bay they are in the chronicle report. homeless advocates have called this humanizing and in
morrow. one california city is using traffic lights to save money. it can also force them to slow down.>> >>reporter: as you drive around folsom you may have an uneasy feeling. why? you're being watched, at least your car is. these are relatively new for the city. >>reporter: there are high definition cameras at intersections to detect how fast the car is approaching. >> it will send a signal to the controller to give that car a green light. >> it is a 2.5 mile stretch of
road. now with the push of a button from city hall you can get through the light so that someone going too fast will have to wait at lights and if you're going the right speed you will not have to stop. >> this cost about $20,000 per light. loop centers required crews to install them camera detection systems are cheaper to maintain . >> we have retrofit several. we will be looking at other major corridors. >> no worries no long-term recording or archiving.
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thank you all for your requests and suggestions. like to i am tracking a heat up in the forecast for today. what you can expect for your neighborhood and a cooling trend is coming up. two three marines have been arrested for human trafficking. the marines were pulled out of formation with 800 peers. some have been charged with crimes and are expected to be charged in a military court. asap rocky is no closer to being released from prison despite calls from celebrity fans and even the president. despite efforts he has not been released. >> details on assault charges.
believe this will damage their relationship. i think it will pass. >> the trial is expected to begin on tuesday. today is the final day of the national urban league conference. democratic presidents have canceled. they have opportunities for people of color. they're going to vest in historically black colleges and universities. why do we have to stay on the outside. should we also have a role on the inside, where decisions are being made? >> the senators have spoken at the conference as well as joe
biden. candidates are preparing for. >> rosemary, you have a look at the weather. i think i am the only person that is not mad about 100 degrees. >> a lot of people love it when it gets this hot. for the rest of us it will be miserable. we have a beautiful start. we have clouds with us this morning. we have cloud cover that will move through the day. as we get in to the afternoon we will be mostly sunny away from the coast and partly cloudy on the coast. this is where we do expect temperatures to be the hottest, right here, upper 90s. the heat advisory starts today
and it goes until 11 o'clock tomorrow night. today's a very hot weather. today is expected to be the hottest day. here is a look at the cloud cover out there. it's beginning to a road we are looking at sunny skies. we start.mostly sunny but it is beginning to a road in the south bay and the northbay as a little bit in the sky. along the coastline till about noon time. the wind is laid out there. still in onshore breeze. we will not have a cool sea breeze for the afternoon to help us out today. low 60s in oakland and livermore. the northbay as well.
a cool start in santa rosa. some areas are a little bit cooler than where we were yesterday. for the afternoon partly cloudy skies. everybody else looks like they will have sunshine. it is a spare the air day. our hottest locations will be sonoma and 96 in santa rosa. if you can't stand the heat, it's a beautiful day for the east bay. 90 degrees in the valley and antioch looks like 102. for southbay, 93 degrees today. 94 in saratoga. a beautiful 74 in san francisco. 91 in the city. if you're going to the coliseum, it's going to be warm, 81 degrees with a light breeze and mostly sunny in the stands. be prepared.
the extended forecast with temperatures dropping off. you won't really notice this too much. really, the better weather comes in on monday. >> it will be a warm weekend.>> yes. >> all right. forced to live in disgusting conditions. plus the music and dance to downtown oakland. the events for this weekend's art festival. >> show me the crown.
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last september. he has been on the shelf since then. the team will still take a cautious approach. he has been ruled out of the first preseason game against the cowboys coming up two weeks from today. >> it's officially official. we are good to go. >> how do you feel? >> good. am really happy where i am. it was a very successful summer. i got a lot done.>> 49er fans also want to see nick boast the signing on thursday. is ready to go. he is healthy from a series of injuries including a hamstring he had at ohio state. >> the raiders are holding their practice in the napa valley. he is trying to fit in. what better way to arrive than in a hot air balloon. he posted this trip and some of his strenuous workouts on
social media. he will miss a little bit of practice time. he has been placed on the list as having a minor issue. then the gm is expressing concerns about whether he should show up or not. >> to get away from the distractions, get-together, bond, no distractions, noted intrusions. hardbacks is an intrusion. >> it was handed to us so we have to deal with it. >> the antitrust lawsuit has been dismissed for now. a magistrate rejected the claim that they could not host another team because of the anti- competitive team structure. oakland has 45 days to submit a
revised lawsuit. the art and coal fixed syllable kicks off. some streets will be closed between noon and 6 pm. there will be art, food activities and large stage performances. estelle will be live. there will be a special tribute to the late son of --wendy williams is hosting at a comedy show tonight. we spoke to her yesterday on mornings on 2. >> i am hosting. in between them being on and doing this set i'll be changing into a ridiculous problem. even on the talkshow, if it's not ridiculous, it's not good. the entire show is a mess because all of us have messy lives, in a good way. >> you can see wendy at the paramount theater tonight at 8 pm and watch the wendy williams show weekdays right here.
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>> the heat is on. thank you for requesting this song. this is definitely going to warm up. here it is. >> blue skies already. man. welcome to mornings on 2. and happy weekend. it is 9 am. we are keeping a very close eye on a hot weekend around the bay area. we already have the taste of wildfires. >> yes. near market creek road we had a fire break out. it was only 10 acres that burned but that is to remind us of the dangers. the heat advisory goes into effect at 11 am and there is
also an ironman competition. thousands are expected to participate. organizers say they remind competitors to stay hydrated. they have increased the amount of water and ice available.>> today is the second of an unusual spear the air alert. high temperatures and light winds are expected to continue but a cooldown is coming up. we will have unhealthy smog levels. smog can cause congestion and chest pains. if you are outside, take note. with more on our weather let's bring in rosemary and find out how hot it's going to be and when we will cool down a little bit.>> the inner east bay will be the hottest with temperatures reaching about 100 degrees. this is a look over the oakland skyline. we are waking up with cloud
cover. there is fog out there this morning. in the inner east bay we are looking at a spare the air day for today. today is expected to be the hottest day, slightly better tomorrow. here's a look over the hills. we are off to a nice start and enjoying some blue sky. temperatures are similar to yesterday morning. we haven't really felt the heat just yet. 55 degrees in santa rosa and 57 in san francisco. oakland is 64. over areas of the northbay and in san francisco we are waking up with overcast skies. temperatures will stay in check. this is the heat advisory, it goes until tomorrow late night after starting at 11 am today. here is the comparison from yesterday into today.
a beautiful day in san francisco but warm, 74 expected. livermore, you jump 11 degrees with afternoon highs at 102. san jose is expected to hit 103. 86 in haywood, 91 in redwood city. 92 expected in san rafael. warm out there. be careful and stay hydrated. keep an eye on your pets and children. temperatures get a little bit better tomorrow and even better by monday. details are coming up. to her being held in connection to a homicide. at 20-year-old and 24-year-old are accused in the beating death of a man outside of the home last week. the suspect faces charges including murder, conspiracy and assault with a deadly weapon. arson could be to blame for a fire that destroyed
a housing construction site. this happened on stanford avenue. the building owner says he is convinced that someone intentionally set fire to his project. he said investigators might be setting their sights on one person of interest. >> the construction crews were here last night picking up tools to go do a job. one talked to a stranger who had come up to him and asked for cigarette. >> the three-story building was an old printing shop that was being converted to nine live work units. it's a quick acting customer that stopped laptop thieves. surveillance videos shows the moment two teenagers knocked down tables and tried to make a run for. they were taken down. employees say they came in at about noon and asked for water. they stayed for about five minutes before making the move.>> i saw them wrestling on
the ground and trying to get out. i ran over and try to help hold them down and take the laptop out of his hands. we did that successfully. >> both laptops were found. the design of the front door cat helped to catch the leaves because you pull to exit and the suspects pushed. and alum 80 county teenager will be honored tonight. the jenny lind summer youth cancer will be held today at 6:30. a song was written to commemorate the 25th year. it's called from darkness joyful sounds or burn. she was a 14-year-old musician who was stabbed to death in her home back in 1994. her killer has not been found. her parents channeled their heartache into a foundation in her honor to help young musicians fulfill their dreams. searches scheduled for may suing texas man last seen one
week ago at the fairgrounds. 25-year-old derek widener may be suicidal.'s truck turned up on highway 101 in poplin. today's search will focus on that area. dozens searched but there still no signs of him. the sheriff is personally reaching out to undocumented immigrants. he wants them to know his office is committed to sanctuary protections. >> the sheriff's office will not assist ice in conducting raids.>> the sheriff delivered a message while at a casino. there is a monthly concert
series with bands from mexico. he took the microphone to ease concerns about deportation. >> people need to know that they can trust the sheriff's office. we will be there to investigate crimes and take care them. crime knows no boundary. >> the sheriff says his messages in response to immigration enforcement. latinos make up a third of the population. the supreme court allowing constructional part of the border wall between the u.s. and mexico even as it is challenged in accord. $2.5 billion will be used from military funding to put up a border with stronger fencing. federal judges had blocked the money from being use. in a ruling yesterday the supreme court said the funding does not violate federal law. the aclu says it plans to challenge that decision. the ethics commission recommends libby return campaign contributions after
accepting donations over the legal limit. 11 west partners donated 2400 more than the legal limit of $800. investigators recommend that the mayor forfeit $2400 to the general fund and pay $600 fine. the commission said she campaign and cooperated with the ethics commission. the vallejo police department has a canine trial and competition. the event is free and open to the public. alyssa is in vallejo with more on that this morning. >> good morning. >>reporter: good morning. you can see dogs with handlers. right now i'm going to talk to a detective with the police department.
what will the dogs be doing today? >> a bunch of different things. right now they are in the narcotics detection phase. we have 24 teams that are doing vehicle searches to hidden from public view and then they will do a building search. when they are done with that they will go into the patrol section and those phases are obedience, agility, they will also do an area search and they will be doing what we call handler protection. that is different scenarios that the officers may found themselves in any day of the week. soap they will get some different problems thrown at them and see how the dogs and handlers to. >>reporter: why do you like to do things like this? why it is important? >> gives a little bit of reality and pressure in a safe environment.'s training. any time these guys have the opportunity to come out and train and see other handlers and how their dogs are working,
it raises the bar for everybody. the fact of the batteries are our officers are always out there trying to de-escalate sections. >> they may not have that cooperation from the bad guy. sometimes the dog will intercede d help calm the situation. given different situations, you never know what you will see on the street. we give themselves prizes like we are today.>>reporter: the public is allowed in at 10 am. what can i expect? >> we thought this would bea great opportunity to show different resources we have to offer the public and a good day to engage with the public. it's exciting to see the dogs come out and work. we show the public what we do and explain to them what we do every day. >>reporter: thank you so much. we appreciated. we see a lot of dogs and
handlers getting ready for the next phase of this event. this is open to the public if you want to come see starting at 10 am.coming up, rentals forced to live in disgusting conditions. how landlords may be held accountable. that and more coming up after the break. stay with us, we'll be right back. this is fred. he's dancing like nobody's watching. and because all of the devices on fred's wifi network are protected with xfinity xfi, literally, nobody's watching. except for millions of you, of course. wait, millions of people are watching? yeah. we're making a commercial. if it's connected, it's protected with xfinity xfi. now that's simple, easy, awesome. xfinity delivers the best in-home wifi experience. plus, add xfi advantage for enhanced network security.
happy saturday. this is a live look over a dry east bay hills. mostly sunny skies for our inland communities. that is where the heat will really be on for the afternoon. by the way, this request came from our own tara this morning. >> a very cool song. >> details on your afternoon highs for today. slightly better temperatures tomorrow and a cooldown on the extended forecast.30 and discussed during homes across oakland for rent. many people say they are afraid to complain because of the fear they could end up homels. >> now an attempt to prevent tragedies, the city may hold landlords accountable. we have more. >>reporter: from collapsing concrete to piecemeal doors, to the downright disgusting, conditions inside rental units
across oakland are unknown. code enforcement officers react when issues are reported to them. that's a problem alum media county director once solved. >> we are paying the price for not looking into these types of units and identifying problems that are there and coming up with ways to correct them.>>reporter: he heads up the department that eliminates older paint, lead paint. four years ago he designed a pilot program for oakland name that proactively inspecting rental properties. as the project got off the ground in 2016, tragedy, 36 lives were taken by flames and smoke at the oakland ghost ship warehouse. >> i was shocked, in a way. maybe i was embarrassed in way. >> those feelings have turned
into disappointment. nothing has been done in oakland to proactively inspect. the 2017 study says property owners slick through the cracks and profit at the expense of people's health. people are afraid of retaliation. they are not going to complain. >>reporter: we looked at other cities and their programs. san jose checks inside rental buildings with three or more units every five years. los angeles does it every three years. sacramento looks inside 10% of units in each building every year. we also checked the san francisco. they only look at exteriors and common areas of rentals. >> people are subjected to horrible living conditions.>>reporter: the mayor announced a pilot
program. it should not be rentals responsibilities to report this. last year $600,000 was set aside for proactive inspection program. nothing was spent and nothing started.>>reporter: do you believe there is a lot of talk and not a lot of action? >> i think it is difficult in a city of great needs to often prioritize the competing needs that we have. >>reporter: of this councilwoman says she wants the added layer of enforcement but because of the housing shortage stays shelved the idea. >> this is one that we need to get to the top of the list and off the back burner. >> it is finally happening. funding was approved this month to hire a consultant for $100,000. that person will design the program, come up with an inspection list and training and then the next budget year half million dollars will be devoted to staff for the
program. we need the ability to help families keep themselves safe. >>reporter: supporters say it will be cost-effective and expose some lords and sub standard living conditions. >> the biggest frustration is that we were not able to do this 10 years ago. >>reporter: what do you say to the people who are not fans of the government going in and inspecting proactively?>> look at go ship. go ship. that should hurt all of us. that should motivate all of us to find a way to make this work. it is -- it is 9:18. if you like it hot, today should be your day.
103, that's typical for this time of year. i do know that this is some of the hottest butter we have seen so far. that is why we have a heat advisory. it is to remind you of how hot it's going to get. upper 90s to low 100s. there is an advisory that goes into affected today and will not leave us until tomorrow night. hot summer nights are pretty fabulous. >> we are having a little bit more sunshine. the inner east bay is mostly sunny. you can see here how it is
clearing away the fog. we do still have some inside and around the bay and on the coastline. it will take until the afternoon to get rid of that. partly cloudy up the coast. mostly sunny elsewhere. if you're just joining us, it is clear the air day. winds are light and variable. areas like fairfield where we look for that on shore breeze, 12 miles per hour. that is an indicator that we won't see any relief from the cool sea breeze today. 55 degrees right now in santa rosa. cool start. low 60s in fremont. fairfield and livermore and concorde are in the upper 60s and topping about 70 right now in fairfield. here are the afternoon highs. not everybody is going to be blazing. 76 for sausalito. inland, 95 in nevada. some numbers are five, 10, 12 degrees warmer than yesterday. 103 and concorde and 111 in downfield. 81 in alameda and 84 in oakland. there are wine festivals today. >> 94 in saratoga and a nice
warm 81 for santa cruz. meanwhile, half moon bay, gorges for you there. low 70s. mid to upper ladies and low 90s for the peninsula. 91 in redwood city. nice mild to warm 74 for downtown. san francisco. here's a look at what you can look for going to the a's game tomorrow. a light breeze and mostly sunny skies. sitting in the stands it might feel closer to 85 or 90 degrees. be careful out there. stay hydrated. temperatures will be a tad warmer for tomorrow. the cooldown comes by monday. >> maybe a cool beverage at the coliseum? >> yes on a hot dog. >> okay. a pool day tomorrow. >> that sounds like fun. >> are a. we continue at 9:30. comedian chris porter performs
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a new study shows grocery stores selling leafy greens tainted with listeria. the study found that among 284 samples six contained the bacteria. the cdc is not concerned about the results. they say most of the time healthy people don't get sick from listeria. two brands of taco seasoning are being recalled nationwide over possible someone they'll contamination. late value mild taco mix. they
are sold at walmarts and grocery stores in california. there been no reports of anyone getting sick using these. construction work that could cause delays. the city is mourning pedestrians and drivers to expect detours around work running from 7 am to 7 pm daily. how about some sports, the giants keep the fires burning down in san diego. and 11th inning solo home run to carry the giants to their 18th win. they won 2-1. the manager made his last swing through san diego. the top three, donovan solano unloads one. that's all kinds of trouble.
tyler hurries home in the giants go up. austin hedges says i want an upper deck home run. boom, he got it. it's tied up 1-1. it stayed that way until the 11th inning. here's pablo with the game winning the fly. >> hi drive. left field. it is out of here. >> is you said that, willie mays is holding his son.>> that's crazy. >> that is an extra winning run for them. they are just back 2.5 games now. >> texas is in town. watch the shields go up and keep it in the park. the mitt is over the fence. that was a big catch.
they could've used those runs. this ball is leaving the yard for the rangers. willie calhoun had the run. das are half came out in the a.l. wild-card race. the event garlic lovers have been waiting for. day two of the gilroy garlic festival. it keeps growing every year. >> it started in 79. than expected 5000 people and they had 15,000 people show up for the first festival. they had recycle food tickets. >> it has continued growing since then. they have everything from sausages to ice cream. >> the three-day festival runs
through tomorrow. if anyone is going out to gilroy, it's going to be hot out there. >> i would say so. you have to strategize. go early, try to avoid the hot part of the day and maybe the early evening. drink plenty of water. find some shade.>> garlic ice cream. that sounds good. >> okay. i will take it from here. >> okay. coming up next, mornings on 2 will continue on k tv plus. we have chris porter. we have a big show at the improv. he will come in and have a few laughs with us. in the meantime the fog will be leaving soon and we will see you over on the plus.
it has been a busy two days for the nascar gander truck series in long pond, pennsylvania. but the time has arrived for the truckers to take on the tricky triangle and a saturday afternoon sodown out at pocono raceway. hello, everyone, i'm kaitlyn vincie alongside todd bodine and jeff hammond. what are we looking forward to today? >> this prairace has so many plf implications. we'll have crew chiefs with strategies that we haven't seen before. this is going to be a fun race to watch. >> and the thing is