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i'm frank somerville. >> a combined 29 people were killed in weekend. >> there was a huge vigil in el paso, texas, tonight where the death toll remains at 20. 26 others were wounded. the gunman opened fire inside a wal-mart store and shopping mall yesterday morning. the u.s. attorney for the western district of texas says it will be classified as a case of domestic terrorism and prosecutors say they plan to seek the death penalty. the mayor of el paso has sought a local emergency declaration and the fbi said they are confident there are not any accomplices. >> just after 1 a.m. in dayton, ohio, a gunman opened fire in a popular entertainment district killing nine people including his sister. 27 were left injured. authorities say the shooter wore a bulletproof vest, mask,
hearing protection and was carrying at least 100 rounds. police shot the gunman less than a minute after the shooting started. ♪amazing grace how sweet the sound ♪ . >> a nation in mourning over yet another senseless attack on innocent people. nine people were gunned down overnight outside a bar in dayton, ohio, dozens more wounded. paramedics seen tending to the victims hit by bullets. >> it was complete chaos. i heard bullets. >> surveillance video shows a crowd of people running from the gunfire around 1 a.m. early sunday morning. they flood inside this bar to hide and then seconds later the gunman is seen running to that door but is shot and killed before entering. >> in less than one minute, in less than one minute dayton first responders neutralized the shooter. >> police identified the gunman
as 24-year-old connor betts. they say his 22-year-othe deceased victims. >> he was wearing body armor and used a .223 caliber high capacity magazine. he additional magazines. >> the mass shooting in dayton comes less than 24 hours after the massacre at a shopping mall wal-mart in el paso, texas, 20 people killed, 26 others wounded. one of the victims was a 25- year-old mother of three who died shielding her 2-month-old baby according to the associated press. police are now handling the shooting as a domestic terrorism case. at a vigil sunday the people of dayton gathered for support unleashing their emotions. >> it's got to stop and it has to stop with us.
>>roto gun violence, an empowering message to heal the nation united they stood. >> we dare say today god bless america. bless her. bless her in the north. bless her in the south. bless her in the east. bless her in the west and bless dayton, ohio. >> the gunman in the el paso shooting posted on the forum website known as 8 chan before his attack. as a result, the ceo of the site's network has decided to terminate the site. in a statement today matthew prince said, "the rational is simple. lawlessness has caused multiple environment that revels in violating its spirit." other mass shooters have written in hateful posts on
that site including the christchurch, new zealand, shooter. former el paso congressman and presidential candidate beto o'rourke had very strong words for president trump today. he said that the president is a white nationalist whose rhetoric about minorities is inciting violence. >> we've had a rise in hate crimes every single one of the last three years during an administration where you have a president who's called mexicans rapists and criminals. though mexican immigrants commit crimes at a far lower rate than those born here in the country, he has tried to make us afraid of them to some real effect and consequence. >> o'rourke has also cathnear future including one scheduled tomorrow in the bay area. today president trump spoke publicly about the back to wash >> hate has no place in to take care of it. >> the president says he will
talk more about the shootings tomorrow morning. it was one week ago today three people were shot and killed at the gilroy garlic festival and tonight there was a celebration of life for victim keyla salazar. this would have been her 14th birthday. ktvu's azenith smith joins us live tonight in san jose. a heartbroken family now also reacting to two more mass shootings. >> reporter: in the wake of two mass shootings this weekend, keyla's family said it's difficult for them to hear other families are going through similar heartaches and pain. ♪ somewhere over the rainbow ♪ ♪ >> reporter: a song in honor of keyla salazar at whto be her party at a san jose park. a mariachi band, face painting, balloons and a butterfly
released are the things keyla loved just as she would have wanted it. >> she was so excited to start high school and it's just devastating. >> reporter: keyla one of three young victims killed at the gilroy garlic festival. her aunt said just as they are beginning to heal word of two mass shootings. >> here you have the news it's like retraumatizing, too because we are just hearing other people go through the same thing we're going through. i wouldn't wish this to anybody. >> reporter: this gilroy resident says the shootings in el paso and dayton don't surprise her. >> they don't shock me anymore and i'm fighting to not being numb to it. >> the most horrible thing about all these shootings is that this behavior is becoming normalized. we've had more than 200 since january 1st. >> reporter: san jose mayor m animal services fulfilling keyla's last wish, a golden retriever for her sister, the mayor vowing to tighten sales
of firearms locally pointing to a lack of leadership from the federal government to view gun control as a priority. >> we're going to push as hard as we can the city of san jose as far as the law will allow us, but we need others pushing with us in sacramento and washington. >> i think there is no reason for civilians to have assault weapons. >> reporter: this woman pushing for gun reform says she's tired of saying not again. instead she'd like to say never again. >> we can't afford to lose all these precious young peopand others and then there's violence upon violence. we need to turn our country around and get it back to what it should be. >> reporter: at her party keyla's art was framed and on full display. her family said she had dreams to center a career in animation. this week keyla's family plans to hold a private funeral service at our lady jose
before they plan to bury her at a cemetery in palo alto. >> very touching, wishing keyla salazar a happy 14th birthday in heaven tonight. thank you. emotional support is being offered to anyone who was at the gilroy garlic festival on the day of the shooting. services will be available tomorrow from 8 to 5 p.m. at the morgan hill district attorney's office at 17275 butterfield boulevard suite a in morgan hill and support will be available to anyone affected by the shootings whether present at the festival or not. those services will be available tomorrow at gilroy high school and friday at brown academy middle school both from 4 to 8 p.m. lawmakers in the bay area are reacting to these back to back shootings. some are calling for congress to return to washington to vote on control legislation now before more people become victims of gun violence.
abc10's elissa harrington with our report this evening. >> reporter: gilroy, el paso, dayton, a festival, a shopping center, a bar, three mass shootings in a time span of just one week have stunned the nation with many urging lawmakers to stay action now. >> this can't go on. it just can't. >> reporter: congressman mark desaulnier said congress cannot sit back and do nothing again when there is potential to make change. >> the 2nd amendment is what it is. the courts defend that. we should respect it, but there are things that we can do constitutionally like an assault weapons ban. why does anyone need an assault weapon? >>ressman eric swalwell spoke with ktvu by phone. he agreed it's time to ban and buy back every so-called assault weapon in america. >> we're seeing two problems intersect here, the rise of white nationalism in america which the fbi director told
congress earlier this year that is on the and unrestricted weaponry. >> reporter: both men condemned president donald trump's rhetoric on minorities and immigrants, many of them targeted in these attacks. >> he has blood on his hands. he knows what he's saying is hateful. he knows his divisive. he is the first president that i can remember that has been deliberately divisive in trying to drive people apart. >> reporter: congress is in recess now, but a growing number of democratic senators want the senate called back to washington for an emergency session to vote on gun control legislation, specifically a background check bill that already passed in the house. speakerine of the house nancy pelosi said in a statement the republican senate must stop their outrageous obstruction and join the house to put an end to the horror and bloodshed that gun violence inflicts every day in america. enough is enough. elissa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. >> here's a look now at the numbers. in less than a week at least 32 people have been killed in mass
shootings across the country including the three people who were killed at the lroy garlic festival a week ago today. according to the nonprofit gun violence archive which defines a mass shooting as three or more people shot, they say there have been 251 mass shootings so far this year. 100 people have been shot in mass shootings in just the last eight days alone. you may not be able to use a paper ticket at b.a.r.t. soon, coming up the pilot program that starts tomorrow. >> temperatures did cool off a little today as we head to the week. be a heatwave. forecast is. >> for preparing for a disaster, how one east bay city is getting ready in case wildfire strikes. ♪
in contra costa county firefighters are hoping to have full containment of the marsh fire by tomorrow. today crews had the fire 85% contained. the marsh complex is a series of fires that started early yesterday morning along marsh creek road between clayton brentwood. so far 655 acres have burned, but no structures have been damaged. one firefighter was taken to the hospital for heat-related injuries. neighbors in the berkeley hills took part in an evacuation drill in the case of a wildfire.
as ku' alyssa harrington reports. >> reporter: about 45 people took part in today's grill. it's a great opportunity for both residents and first responders to test out their evacuation plans. firefighters, paramedics, police and cars full of berkeley residents made their way down the south east hill for sunday's emergency drill. this was the first of three happening this month mimicking a wildfire evacuation. this elmwood resident signed up to take part in the event. at 9 a.m. she got a text message on her phone alerting her to a wildfire burning in the area giving directions where to go. >> i think we're all kind of primed for what if and knowing what to do if we have an emergency is going to be so helpful to us. i lived here during the oakland hills fire, so i remember what an emergency is like and i would like to be better prepared next time.
>> reporter: first responders drove into the narrow windy hills during the drill to alert residents, knocked on some doors and used a mobile loudspeaker, a new device for the police department. >> they're called long range acoustic devices designed to penetrate structures and maintain clarity so that people can receive notifications even when it's challenging in a circumstance like this. >> reporter: the fire chief david brannigan said the biggest lesson learned of the firestorm of 1991 is to have a clear direction how to get out. >> the public needs to understand what that's going to take. you can't just be in cars. you got to know how to get out on foot, wheelchair, bicycle, whatever means because streets burn over very quickly. >> reporter: in berkeley, alyssa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. let's bring in our chief meteorologist bill martin now. i lived where the fire happened there in oakland and when i see that video, that old video of the fire, i remember thinki fire. >> right. >> now it seems like it's once
every year. >> seems like it. it absolutely does seem like that. i was getting the same thing, frank. when that happened, the country was stunned. it was like no, we hadn't seen anything like that before. >> think about the catastrophic fires we've had since then in northern california. it's off the charts. >> yeah. there's more to come obviously as, you know, there's a whole lot of reasons, but we are in fire season. we are going to notice increased fire danger especially getting into october and november and even september as as well. today was nicer in terms of temperatures, 85 santa rosa, 93 in concord, 95 in fairfield. the temperatures tomorrow might be a degree or so cooler. then you've got these clouds coming up, see them working their way up from the south. that's tropical moisture that's going to basically just add some high clouds over the top. here's the fog and you see how
the high clouds move independently of the base layer. that's the fog down the ground and for partly cloudy to partly sunny skies all day tomorrow. fog is at the coast now. it will be in many bay area neighborhoods tomorrow. you've got temperatures -- you can see the sea breeze already kicked up. temperatures now are in the 60s. temperatures heading into the evening hours like the overnight lows are generally going to be in the 50s, kind of one of those nights. as you look on the live camera shot, there's fog out there. it's just high enough up over the camera you can't see it, but it's foggy in san francisco, foggy in oakland. when we come back, we'll look at the five-day and exactly what you can expect. >> bill, thanks. the mernize caltrain is falling further and further behind schedule. we're told that the project is now working further behind schedule and will not resume until 2020. as far as we're concerned, now it's going to be a while. the caltrain was supposed to be running on electricity by august of next yenow the san ex
reports the federal monitor said the project is 17 months behind schedule. that means there won't be any electric trains at salesforce transit center until 2022. this week the leaders in the ride sharing industry report quarterly earnings and analysts don't expect good news from either uber or lyft. uber has seen its losses skyrocket at a time when increased competition has cut into its revenue and lyft is expected to report losses. both san francisco-based companies have suffered through turnover in top management. lyft will announce earnings after the closing bill wednesday and uber releases its numbers on thursday. paper tickets will soon be a thing of the past at several b.a.r.t. stations starting tomorrow. the transit agency will make clipper cards the only at 19th station in oakland. then in the following weeks the embarcadero and powell street j
the program and following that the downtown berkeley station. b.a.r.t. says the ultimate goal here is to eliminate the sale of paper tickets systemwide by next year. thousands of people descended on the jerry garcia amphitheater today in san francisco, the 17th annual jerry day, celebrating the life of jerry garcia. the former leader of the grateful dead died 24 years ago. fans came from all over the bay area and beyond to take part in the musical gathering. they say the event was all about peace, love and happiness. a murder suspect is behind bars a year and a half after the crime, how authorities were >> iran says it's claimed another oil tanker, how the united states is asking its allies to make the strait of hormuz safer to travel. >> data breaches have become a fact oflife.
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the u.s. and their allies are trying to determine how to respond to iran seizing a third ship in the strait of hormuz. this time they seized an iraqi ship. the united states it's insafor at guaranteeing safe passage for ships in the strait. >> reporter: iran reportedly seized ano the persian gulf. according to iran's semi official news agency, iranian revolutionary guards seized the foreign tanker and detained seven crew members wednesday.
the revolutionary guard claims it was an iraqi ship smuggling 700,000 liters of fuel. the u.s. has not commented, but the country's secretary of defense and secretary of state met with their respective counterparts in australia sunday. u.s. secretary of state mike pompeo asked australia to join a u.s. led maritime security initiative aimed at promoting safe passage through the persian gulf and the strait of hormuz after iran seized a british flagged oil tanker on july 19th. the u.s. began to try and convince allies to join what's known as operation sentinel. >> to promote the principle of freedom of navigation and freedom of commerce through all waterways, particularly that one, number one. number two is to prevent any provocative actions by that could lead to a misunderstanding or lead to a conflict. >> reporter: germany said they will not take part because they believe the u.s.'
policy is misguided. despite that secretary pompeo said he is confident the global coalition will come together. >> there's lots of conversations taking place amongst all of the countries. they understand that they have goods that flow through this region that are important to their own economies. >> reporter: australia's defense minister says the u.s.' request is a serious and complex one. they have not made a decision one way or the other, but the defense minister says australia is giving the request serious consideration. in jerusalem i'm ellison barber, fox news. in london a teenager is accused of throwing a 6-year- old boy from the 10th floor of a museum and is facing a murder the child was flown to the hospital in critical condition. the museum was put on a brief lockdown and then closed to the public. >> we tried to get in, but
there was four people blocking the entrance saying they weren't allowing anyone else to come in for the day. they said that there was an emergency or an incident that took place and so people were slowly leaving. >> police say there is nothing to suggest that the 17-year-old suspect knew the victim. police continue to investigate. still to come here a lawsuit against public universities in california, why students accused of sexual harassment are taking legal action against the schools. >> coming up later in sports we'll show you a fan who went to a baseball game and ended up getting showered in nachos. >> and our coverage of the two mass shootings this weekend continues after the break. coming up how the city of el paso came together today to mourn the lives lost in yesterday's shooting. >> never in a million years did you think this would happen here in el paso ever. >> closed captioning for the 10:00 news brought to you by mancini sleep world. head over to the triple bonus
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back now to the two mass shootings over the past two days, tonight a vigil was held in dayton, ohio, where a 24- year-old gunman opened fire early this morning in an entertainment district. he killed nine people including his sister. 27 others were injured. police say the gunman was shot and killed by officers within a minute. the gunman was reportedly known in the area as a "friendly happy guy who sometimes came in for a beer or two and was never
a troublemaker." so far no motive has been released. in el paso, texas, the shooting that killed 20 people at a crowded wal-mart will be handled as a domestic terrorism case. this as federal authorities waive hate crime charges against the gunman. they have the gunman in custody. police believe he is the author of a racist anti-hispanic document detailing motivation for the shooting. the president of mexico said six mexican nationals were killed in the attack. more than two dozen people were also injured in the shooting. today people brought flowers and notes of support to the wal-mart in el paso where m >> reporter: a new day begins in el paso, texas, as the investigation continues into the shooting at a wamore
than two dozen injured. as the city continues to mourn, people begin to stop by the wal- mart to pay their respects. >> there's a lot of people that we know here that we still see, talk to. >> reporter: others representing their roots. >> we came out here to show how we're still -- we're proud of who we are. >> we're helping out whoever we can with giving water. i know it's not a big thing, but anything is help for whoever needs it. >> reporter: because el paso is a city of unity. >> everybody here, you know, you go down the street. we say hello to each other even though we don't know each other. >> reporter: with a big heart. >> here we have peace. we have nothing but love here. >> reporter: which is why a mass shooting comes as even more of a shock. >> they're very friendly here. so for someone to come in and do that to us. >> reporter: amon grieving texas senator john cornyn. >> it's hard to explain how sad
we all are at this terrible tragedy. i spent some of my early years in el paso when my dad was stationed in ft. bliss. it's a peaceful, wonderful example of our texas culture. >> reporter: while some mourn others search. >> she worked at this wal-mart where the incident happened. >> reporter: paul madrid is looking for his ex-wife deborah who he has not heard from since the tragedy. >> hopefully she's alive and well. maybe she's somewhere and i just need for her to contact me. >> never in a million years did you think this would happen here in el paso ever. >> reporter: but this resilient city still has many tough days ahead with the investigation only getting . un in rome today the pope talked about the mass shootings including last sunday's attack at translator: dear brothers and
sisters, i am spiritually close to the victims of the violence in these days. that has led to bloodshed in texas, california and ohio. >> the pope delivered his message in front of thousands of people at st. peter's square. he also led the crowd in reciting a hail mary for all of the shooting victims. our coverage of the shootings in el paso, texas, and dayton, ohio, continues on our website www.ktvu.com. we'll have all the latest developments right there on our homepage. the jury in the ghost ship trial will not meet tomorrow. instead the jurors are set to resume deliberations tuesday. the jury got the case wednesday afternoon and spent a full day thursday deliberating. the nine women and three men on the jury are deciding whether derick almena and max harris are guilty of 36 counts involuntary manslaughter, one for each person who died in the warehouse fire in oakland in december of 2016.
a 55-year-old man from dublin has been sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison felony insider trading involving ross dress for less stores. prosecutors say kahn made more than $8 million from using sales and financial information he got from a friend in the company's finance department. in a plea deal he made earlier this year, kahn said that from 2009 to 2012 he used the information to make money on options, contracts involving the discount clothing chain. a group of uc and cal state students are now suing each school system for damaging their reputations due to charges of sexual harassment. the l.a. times reports that a uc graduate is among those filing a class action lawsuit. the uc graduate says he went on a few dates with another student and then was stunned when she accused him harassment the school investigtwo years in june of 2017, but he appealed
and the punishment was reduced to three months. his attorney says uc and cal state students, most of them men, have been wrongfully punished by a deeply flawed disciplinary system. the schools say their procedures are fair and respectful to all parties. authorities say a murder suspect who fled to mexico a year and a half ago is now back in northern california. salvador garcia jr. is now in the colusa county jail 65 miles north of sacramento awaiting trial for the murder of karen garcia, his ex-girl friend and mother of his child. someone close to the family provided authorities with possible locations of garcia jr.'s whereabouts and last week u.s. marshals arrested him in guadalajara. >> i don't have to look in the closets anymore. i don't have to worry about following the back of my head.
>> garcia faces murder and domestic violence charges and is held without bail. it takes a village to help the housing crisis, coming up the unique program that allows inmates to learn a new skill while being paid to build homes. >> we're looking at workweek forecast coming up right after the break. we'll let you know when things warm up or if they do. see you back here. >> racism, sexism and homophobia, the new study that those just how widespread online harassment is.
california highway patrol says a truck driver was killed in palo alto this morning after he rear-ended a fire engine that was stopped in the slow lane. the crash happened around 4:30 in the southbound lanes of highway 101 just south of embarcadero road. no one was in the fire engine at the time of the crash, but roughly 100 gallons of diesel spilled on the highway. the southbound lanes were closed much of the morning as hazmat crews worked to clean it up. police in albany are hoping someone will have security video that might lead them to a burglary suspect. the first burglary happened at 2:50 friday morning on taft avenue near hillsdale. the second burglary was the same day at 11:25 p.m. les than a mile away on cane's avenue not far from san pablo. in both cases the burglar was
described as 6 feet tall, thin build wearing a dark jacket and dark jeans. anyone with video or information should call albany police. authorities in palo alto have identified the domestic violence suspect involved in a 29 hour standoff with police. 29-year-old adam smith has been booked in the santa clara county jail for felony charges of domestic violence, assault, resisting arrest and other charges. smith was armed with agun when he barricaded himself inside a home near robles park friday morning and refused to come out. they say he finally emerged from the house after a s.w.a.t. team released chemical agents inside the home. a new study shows the video game world has a long way to go when it comes to inclusiveness and diversity. online harassment is more widespread than ever. >> reporter: online harassment by the anti-defamation league
shows the multi-million dollar video game industry can be hateful, really hateful. the study found 74% of adults who play online experience some form of harassment. close to 1/3 of players end up having their information dumped online and 53% of online multi- player gamers who experience harassment believe they were targeted over issues like race, ethnicity, religion and sexual orientation. the worst offending games? donut 2 at 79% followed closely by counter strike global offensive and overwatch tied at 75% each. it's not all bad, though. the study also found 88% of adults have made friends and have helped others. the most positive game according to the survey? world of warcraft. and that's your insider's chief code to harassment in the gaming world. still to come here a new proposal itten by homeless people to help homeless people. >> here are homeless people writing a policy that could
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a single engine plane went off the runway at oakland airport today about 10:35 this morning. fire officials say the plane bounced a few times, tried to lift off again but ended up burying its nose into the ground just past the runway. the three men on board were shaken up but otherwise weren't hurt. the ntsb is continuing to investigate what happened. now to santa clara where seven people who are homeless have drafted a plan for the county to use during extreme heat. as abc10's rob roth reports, advocates say the proposal >> r engineer, became homeless four months ago. >> i had some unexpected health issues four years ago. >> reporter: martin said hot days are particularly haif you're homeless. >> many of the homeless here are people at risk. they're many elderly people, lots of people with mobility
problems. >> a lot of people when they're outside and unhoused, they're wearing several layers. they're carrying backpacks. >> reporter: but while santa clara county has a cold weather emergency plan when the weather reaches 40 degrees or below, there's no set temperature for when the county triggers its high heat emergency which opens cooling centers and extends shelter hours. so martin and about six other homeless clients of the county homeless shelter in sunnyvale drafted a heat proposal. it calls for the county to activate its emergency heat plan when the temperature reaches 88 degrees or above and on spare the air days. >> we got together and said we need a formal policy to trigger when these we call h.e.a.l., the heat emergency aid locations, will open. on the national rrently the weather service and consults heat emergencies. efore homeless advocates hope policymakers will listen to the very people they're trying to
help. >> so many people discount homeless people, that they have nothing to offer society. here are homeless people writing a policy that could change the lives of 10,000 homeless people. that's empowerment. >> reporter: the five-page policy also calls for the county to set up air conditioned tents near homeless encampments and for social services. >> we don't have to be helpless victims. we can have a voice. >> reporter: the santa clara county office of supportive housing issued a statement. "we are aware of the proposal and will be discussing the proposal and the available resources to determine the best approach toward providing services." a county board of supervisors subcommittee will be taking up the proposal in about two weeks, but it will take the full board of supervisors to approve it before it can become pocy in sunnyvale, rob roth, ktvu fox 2 news. a unique program in iowa is using prison inmates to build homes for the state's low income residents. six paid inmates from a minimum security prison called newton
correctional facility are working on a new projects called homes for iowa. the inmates are building homes in rural areas that are often overlooked by developers but where housing is needed. it's a rare opportunity to learn a new trade and also prepare for life after prison. >> it gives me something to do instead of -- out of the norm i should say for prison work, building footings, pouring concrete building from the ground up. >> the goal for the homes for iowa program is to build 1,000 homes within the next 10 years for rural communities across the state. south dakota and missouri also have similar programs that put inmates to work doing skilled labor. taking a peek at the tropics, perhaps you have friends in hawaii, it's been a rough couple days there with eric rolling through bringing lots of moisture and humidity, rain and thunderstorms. now this is flossie. it's basically a tropical
storm, just below a tropical storm now gone down to a depression, but it's got a lot of cloud cover and will impact these islands for the next 48 hours to 72 hours, so a lot of cloud cover. there's flash flood watches and flash flood warnings especially on kauai. be aware of that if you're traveling and it will be like that probably the next two or three days as flossie clears out to the north. temperatures today 85 in santa rosa, 91 in antioch, 91 in fairfield, temperatures a little behind yesterday. we have a mild pattern. the big story, i guess, is this moisture out of the tropics could trigger some drizzle on the coast or a thundershower more likely up around lake tahoe. this is coming right out of the subtropics. it's a nice little plug of moisture, this stuff high level clouds or mid- to high level clouds. when it gets over our latitude and the sun hits the ground and warms it up, we'll nd the west
valley, places like that. clouds the next couple days. we're not expecting rain, but you'll see clouds and filtered sunshine. the current temperatures, there they are, sea breeze in green, minus 3 in concord, minus 2 in livermore. there's the fog. i think we're in san francisco here and i think the fog is -- that's not our sutro tower cam. the fog is right on top of it. that's how it goes tomorrow morning. that's the fog forecast. just like this morning, i guess. the pattern is not a heatwave. it's not a spare the air pattern. it's very similar to last week, sort of this low grade kind of mild not hot -- average to below average temperatures which that's what you want to see this time of year, especially when you're concerned about fire, 84 in san jose tomorrow, 88 in livermore. i think tuesday will follow suit with tomorrow's forecast highs of then it starts to warm
up for the weekend next weekend, kind of similar to what we experienced this weekend. so the five-day forecast, you'll see that warm-up coming up saturday and sunday. hope you had a nice weekend and got a big week planned. i know the kids are getting ready to go back to school here, too. some kids are already in in the east and midwest. this is the forecast for the week ahead. the weekend like this last weekend will be pretty warm. see you back here at 11:00. >> thanks, bill. three children were rescued from a hot car in oregon over the weekend yesterday in the portland suburb of hillsborough. the children ages 9, 3 and 1 were left inside a car for about 15 minutes while their mother shopped at target. police say the mother left the engine running and kept the air conditioning on, but the car started to smoke and the ac stopped working. several people in the parking lot helped break one of the windows to get the children out. >> you never know when the air conditioning system's going to fail like this. so if you're going into the store even for a few minutes,
don't leave your kids in the car. take them with you. >> the kids were okay but taken to the hospital as a precaution. their mother faces a misdemeanor charge of neglect. temperatures reached the mid- 80s outside portland yesterday. up next here in sports the a's go for their sixth win in a row -- excuse me, in the last seven games as they wrap up their weekend series against the cardinals. >> then on the 11:00 news how the democratic candidates for president are responding after the recent mass shootings and why they're putting partial blame on president trump. we are here to discuss jessie's online time.
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stephen business biscotti. the a's make it a clean sweep of their four games with st. louis this year winning 4-2. the a's remain a half game behind tampa for the second american league wildcard spot. the giants are at a point where they need to win series to stay in contention. they've now dropped two series in a row. some reinforcement with evan longoria back off the disabled list for today's series finale in denver. you may have heard that the ball carries at coors field. solano was the game's first batter and found the states off the rockies kyle freeland, but you have to keep hitting them in this ballpark. the rockies got that run back plus one in their half of the first. trevor story had a runner on homering in five straight games against the giants. nolan arenado also killed san
francisco and also in the first hit this one 3-1. arenado homered twice in the game. colorado takes the series with a 6-2 win, the giants 2 1/2 games out of the national league, number two wildcard spot. beer getting spilled in the stands at the ballgame is not an uncommon thing. how about a batting helmet full of nachos. at the ballpark in arlington, elvis andrew's pop-up made it to the stand. they made peace and lived with a little discomfort. quite a story at the women's british open, a rookie on the japanese tour was playing outside her home country for the first time. she took ke lead into today's final round, was enjoying the moment. lizette solis started the day four strokes back, but when she made that birdie putt at 15,
she was in front by a stroke, but shabuno still had some shots hitting her approach on the par four 13th and was back in a tie for the lead. then at 18 she's finding the green nicely once again with her approach shot. shabuno on the way to a four under par round at 68, but she wouldn't get that 68 without a birdie on the final hole. she rams the back of the cup with the birdie putt and has her first major championship by one stroke. she's nicknamed smiling cinderella and she demonstrates why. finals today of the silicon valley classic at san jose state, zng the near court looking for her first win. this far, knocked out three nice winner at the net there taking thefirst set 6-3. the
second set was closer, but she double faulted at match point and wins her first tournament as the 55th ranked player in the world and unseeded in this tournament. if it feels like tom brady will be the quarterback of the new england patriots until his 50, you're not that far off. today the 42-year-old brady signed a two year contract extension worth $70 million. brady is about to begin his 20th nfl season. he's the only player in nfl history to win six super bowls. so we're going to have tom brady around a little while longer. >> joe, thank you. coming up next here at 11:00. >> he was wearing body armor and had a .223 caliber high capacity magazine. >> two mass shootings in less than ed leaving two communities in mourning. the 11:00 news on ktvu fox 2 news starts now. a gunman in dayton, ohio, shot and killed nine people
today less than 24 hours after a mass shooting in el paso, texas left 20 people dead. hello again. i'm alyana gomez in for julie haener. >> i'm frank somerville. the back to back shootings are reigniting a debate on gun control. this weekend's gun violence comes after the mass shooting at the garlic festival. there was a huge gathering in el paso, texas, tonight where the death toll remains at 20 with 26 others wounded. a gunman opened fire inside a wal-mart and shopping yesterday morning. the u.s. district attorney of western texas said it will be classified as a case of domestic terrorism and state prosecutors plan to seek the death penalty. >> just after 1 a.m. in dayton, ohio, a gunnman opened fire in a popular entertainment district killing nine people including his sister.