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and combination of two sent the humidity factor way up there. there's a pretty active pattern here. there's a low approaching that this time of year is unseasonably strong. first, though, the morning fog then giving way to mostly sunny skies. they should be this time of year. 60s, 70s, 80s to almost 90 degrees. but very close again. just a degree or two, one way or the other. the higher clouds remain in the system. once paul gill falling apart. there's no real center in the atmosphere providing lift. just high clouds. everything looks to be high based. southern california, totally different story. that is going to start playing into our weather. possible maybe to the north, first rain of the season, late friday into saturday. 50s for some in the santa clara valley. santa cruz. upper 50s, 60s around santa
clara, cupertino, saratoga and san jose. higher clouds looks like we're on the tail end of it. some will drag across. look at that. rain. moving into the desert. and also east of l.a. and san diego. if you're going down there, keep an eye on things for us. we'll get the higher clouds. still be there. not as intense as what we saw yesterday afternoon. warm to hot. kind of muggy. but by tomorrow, that low starts to make its move. and pretty significant. highs today, 60s, 70s, 80s. to near 90 degrees. sal is here at 7:01. and he tells us, the traffic is -- >> mostly moderate. our friends in livermore valley are having a tough morning. i'll explain in just a second. if you're driving over to marin from richmond this is your commuter. it looks normal. when you get over to marin, you won't find it especially hard to drive in marin county. this is 880. it's recovered after an earlier
crash northbound near 23rd that was gone. and traffic is recovering nicely. westbound bay bridge. backed up full strength. unless you're using the carpool lanes. this is what i was talking about. southbound 680. they were clearing an accident. the damage is done. southbound 680 is very, very slow. coming out of pleasanton to the sunol grade. 84 is also slow. that whole region is going to be slow. 580 westbound. if you just want to keep going to castro valley. that's also going to be slow from hayward into union city. and on the peninsula, traffic is light. south bay commute is all right. 7:02. let's go back to the desk. three people who are injured by gunfire at the gilroy garlic festival are now at home. two people being treated there have been released. santa clara valley medical center, says a person being treated for the shooting is also backed up. they are also treating two shooting victims. one is in fair condition. the other has idea that no
information be released. we expect to get more information on the shooting and the aftermath from gilroy this morning. the agencies are holding a news conference at 11:00 a.m. of course, we'll be there to bring you what investigators say they've learned. there were vigils held in el paso and dayton to honor the victims in those shootings. the communities are more than 1,000 miles apart, but share a similar pain, trauma and grief. this morning, the governor of ohio has been sharing his proposals on how to prevent mass shootings. sara zendehnam is live to explain what the governor is planning. good morning, sara. >> governor mike dewine went through a long list of multiple acts and items he hopes to put in effect. from stronger punishments to more money toward mental health services. the governor covered a lot in his news conference. the governor said issue a law for safety protection orders. if someone with mental health challenges and violent
tendencies is a risk to themselves and others and has access to guns, an order can be issued to get that gun taken away from that person and get them the help they need. also introduce a law for background checks before the sale of firearms. ask for increased penalties for adults who give guns to minors, for committing crimes with a firearm and for illegally possessing a firearm. governor dewine wants more access to psychiatric services and have early intervention and more mental health professionals in school. he said he heard the cries for help at a vigil sunday and listened. >> some in the crowd were angry. in fact, i'm sure everybody was angry. thing for instance, i can tell you, fran and i were angry and are angry and they should be angry. i understand that anger. it's impossible to make sense out of what is senseless.
some chanted "do something." and they were absolutely right. >> meanwhile in el paso, police say alleged gunman patrick crucias is cooperating with police. but they want to hear from people who talked to him, leading up to the shooting. the 21-year-old is accused of shooting and killing 22 people inside a crowded wal-mart saturday. police say he drove 10 hours to el paso and stopped at wal-mart because he was hungry. he faces state and federal charges, including domestic terrorism. if convicted, he could be sentenced to death. president trump is expected to visit both el paso and dayton tomorrow. although presidential candidate beto o'rourke is among those saying the president has no place here. >> people in the bay area are also holding vigils to honor victims of the recent shootings. on the peninsula, dozens gathered at san bruno city
park. the candle light vigil was being held where buddhist monks led the prayer. issued travel warnings. citizens might consider trips to the united states. the venezuelan government issued statement saying to postpone travel to the u.s. the warning specifically mentions oakland, stockton, detroit, baltimore and atlanta. uruguay is telling its travelers to be cautious because of indiscriminate violence, file fueled by racism and discrimination. this thursday night, ktvu will be taking an in-depth look at mass shootings in america. we'll take a look at our health laws and we hope you'll tune in for "guns in america." that's this thursday night at 10:30, here on ktvu. open to drivers after an early-morning crash. it happened just after 3:00 this morning in the northbound
lane. we're told at least one person was hospitalized. and the extent of their injuries has not been released. new this morning. oakland police are investigating a double shooting that happened overnight and left one person dead. happened just before 11:30 last night. near 24th and adeline this. is video from the scene. two men were hospitalized with gunshot wounds. one of them died. police have note released any information about the attacker. this morning, al napa police are investigating a crash that killed a passenger in a car, following a police chase. police received a call just after 7:30 last night. about a car parked with the driver passed out. when medics took out, the driver took off. a sheriff's deputy put a spike trip. but the drivers swerved to avoid the strip. also in napa county, a pedestrian was killed after being struck by a car in the town of rutherford. it happened around 9:00 last
night on highway 29, about 15 miles north of the city of napa. chp shut down the highway between rutherford road. as officers investigated the crash. that lane has since reopened. now to the ghost ship warehouse trial in oakland. the nine women and three men on the jury are deciding whether derek almena and max harris are guilty. one person for each person who died in that fire in oakland. ktvu's henry lee has been reporting every day from the trial. if you'd like to learn more, read his daily blog. accused of stabbing an italian police officer for ordering their clients be released. the trials confirmed monday that they have asked the court for their release. the two teenagers attended high school in mill valley together.
they're currently being held for last month's stabbing death of a plain clothed police officer in italy. time is 7:09. and happening today, people are marking 74 years since the united states dropped a nuclear bomb on hiroshima. the prime minister shinzo abe. the attacks 1945 killed people. his remarks at the ceremony today. the prime minister said that japan remains committed to leading international efforts, aimed at getting rid of all nuclear weapons. coming up on mornings on 2. mcdonald's employees, fired for refusing to serve paramedics or anyone with a bag. hundreds gathered to remember a who was hit by a car. hear why people are
calling for change right where the accident happened. if you're hitting the road now. most of the east bay commute is moderate. you can see slowing here on 80 to berkeley. i'll let you know more about the morning commute. and some of the trouble spots. interesting week taking shape. first part of it deals with fog and high clouds. remains at the tropical system. but the end of the week. maybe first rain of the season for some to the north. we'll explain. here's your buick sir.
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missiles a serious threat. >> people in one east bay city gathered to remember one woman who was hit by a car as she was crossing the street. more than 100 came together for a candlelight vigil. the crash happened on east avenue, near jenson street in livermore. just before 8:45 sunday night. police say they don't think the driver was speeding. but neighbors say the speed is like a race track. some drivers going well over the speed limit. livermore has a responsibility to make sure there's enough visibility for crossing here. and they either need to put a stop sign in, a stoplight in, or put in new l.e.d. lights on the ground, so you're not just focusing on the sides. >> the driver remained at the scene and is cooperating with police. police say it does not appear he is under the influence and add he will likely not face criminal charges. this morning, we're getting more information about a deadly
house fire in san jose. a woman died and a 12-year-old girl is in critical condition. the fire broke out yesterday morning. the woman who died was in a wheelchair and died at the scene. the 12-year-old is believed to be the victim's great granddaughter. >> she doesn't even live here. like she was just visiting. you just take one day at a timein this situation. and she doesn't have -- like this is not even her home. and this happened. so god is with them and i'm praying for their family. >> a 22-year-old man believed to be the woman's grandson managed to escape by jumping out of a first-floor window. fire crews are investigating what started the fire. two women suing ucla and one of its doctors is now looking at federal lawsuits. the women said dr. james sexually assaulted them. and made inappropriate comments during their appointment.
the lawsuit also claims that they deny all the charges. his attorney says the patients may not have understand what was in a standard exam by gynecologists. ride share causing twice as much congestion. a new study shows that uber and lyft account for about 13% of all the cars on san francisco roads and highways on an average day. that's according to the san francisco examer. and those numbers are from 2016. so researchers say the percentage could be even higher now. half the time the uber and lyft vehicles are heading to pick up the passenger or waiting for a ride request. is morning, crews are working to restore power to 11 customers after a two-acre fire. it started just after 11:00 last night, alwooden valleyin t crews are starting to see if a large oak tree that knocked down power lines. crews are hoping to restore
power. a british airways jet landing in spain had to get ready to land quickly. it happened as the plane was touching down on the runway at the valencia airport. at least 10 others suffered minor injuries. plus sliding down the emergency slide. the passenger video showing what was happening inside the cabin at the time. the plane has been taken out of service. and mechanics are looking at the cause of the problem. time is now 7:16. and let's take a look at sal and the roadways this morning. everything look okay so far? >> it's kind of a normal commute. i do notice that these days we've had commutes be just lighter in volume. but not completely light. start off with the east bay, contra costa county. we have slowing on 24 in spots in lafayette. and orinda. a little fog here and low clouds. he's been talking about. it's not really low enough to affect most drivers, unless you're driving in southern marin. you might see some really dense
fog there. this is a look at 880. it has recovered after some earlier issues getting into downtown. and the bay bridge still looks pretty busy, driving into san francisco. the trouble spot of the bay area has been the sunol grade, getting out of pleasanton. it is backed up from 580 heading sout. all of that traffic heading down to an earlier crash near andrati road. as a result, some people use 880 and that has been slowing to fremont. let's bring in steve. >> thank you, sir. lots going on this week. here we start off, with a lot of high clouds that came in yesterday afternoon and evening. pretty good fog bank. used to be the remains of a system called gill. that's why it has a tropical feel. kind of muggy. higher clouds. but a big change later in the week. 50s, 60s on your temps. really haven't changed that much. and for good reason. we have a combination of those clouds. calistoga, antioch, 90s. walnut creek, los gatos. 80s.
oakland. downtown 73. stinson beach, san francisco, pacifica. santa cruz and 72 forecast highs today. you can see the higher clouds continuing to drift across to the west and east. made for a beautiful sunset for many. from here to tahoe. and i think we'll get a pretty good sunrise, unless you have fog underneath. for the sierra. sometimes you get a little lift in the atmosphere. might be triggering thunderstorm activity. looks like just more cloud depth than anything else. 's no diego and heading to las vegas. portland, west of oregon, that's going to play into our weather starting tomorrow going into friday and saturday. 50s, 60s on the temps here. 54, santa rosa. 62, san jose. temps to the north, a balmy 65. yet san anselmo. penngrove down to 50. and 59, poke valley. 68, american canyon. the higher clouds, mainly for
the morning. i think there will be the tail end of that by later this afternoon. look what's going on. palm springs on the desert there. over towards maybe lake havasu city. to the east, san diego, oceanside, l.a. active down there. but not for us, except for the higher clouds and fog. kind of muggy. but that low, this time of year is pretty deep. and possibility, i would think northern sonoma county. late friday, saturday. if it can tap enough moisture, possibility of enough rain of the season. muggy today. fog is done. and i think those higher clouds as well. but cooling starts tomorrow and it will really carry into the end of the week. 60s and 70s. still low 80s inland. breaking through the low 90s. stronger onshore wind. that will continue into thursday, friday. then late friday, clouding up north. after that, we'll rebound with warmer weather. >> thank you, steve. oakland raiders have revealed the new official name
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time is 7:23. all three candidates will take the debate tonight. it starts at 6:00. at uc hastings on mcallister street. the candidates are chessa bobou din, suze us and nancy tongue. a conservative group it taking action to block a new state law requiring president trump to release tax returns. he wants candidates to release their tax returns. yesterday, the group challenged the law in court. they say the law effectively circumvents the constitution by adding a new requirement for presidential candidates and that states don't have the authority to do that.
department of elections will meet to address the final elections on a ballot that seeks to overturn san francisco's ban on vaping. the group is funded by san francisco based manufacturer juul. the company wants to replace it with stringent measures. while preventing young getting the san jose school district is signing an approach. the district is implementing a new program this fall that is called rise into special education. it offers the district current instructional associates the chance to get their credential at san jose state for free. a process that normally costs about $20,000. >> we pay all tuition expenses, fees to help them pursue their dream. >> the school district says
right now, 700 people are enrolled in the program. that number is expected to be doubled by next year. a lawsuit against the boy scouts of america says hundreds of former scouts have come forward with new reports of sexual abuse. they want to make public the names of scout leaders accused of abusing boys and teenagers. the lawsuit says the new reports are from nearly every state, including california, and that they date back to the 1940s. attorneys say the organization is not adequately investigated its volunteers and the depth of the sexual abuse scandal. the nation's leading group of pediatricians is warning about the harmful effects that racism can have on a child's health. exposure to racism in adults has been linked to an increased risk of heart disease, depression and other illnesses. now, researchers can identify dangers presented to children. such as difficulty sleeping.
higher rate of doctor visits. and lower self esteem. pg&e is holding a power drill today. we're live in orinda, with what you should kidnap to see, even though your power won't be interrupted. two communities are grieving, in dayton and el paso. how the victims are being honored today. we have slow traffic on the commute. volume appears to be lighter. highway 24 is slow in lafayette. (music throughout)
sort of a gray lookfrom our emeryville camera. trying to find san francisco across all the haze in the morning. it's sort of foggy if you're closer to the coast. inland, parts of blazing. it's a little muggy, i call it. or pam cook -- >> tropical. i like that. the finer thins in life. there's a lovely day waiting for you! we have the steve miller band playing in background there. but good morning. i'm allie rasmus in for dave clark. >> it's muggy, tropical day. >> correct. big change bite end of the week, though. cooler, cooler. i do believe steve will be back in napa august 25th. based on what i'm seeing. if you go, have a good check. let's go. high clouds as gasia was talking about. did say, is this atypical? not really. usually, we start to see remains of tropical systems.
nothing highly unusual. chris henry is up in lake tahoe. sunrise. probably a lot more cloud cover there than here. we are on the tail end of it. combination the two give us the tropical feel. started yesterday. forecast highs, very close to where they should be this time of year. coast, bay, and also inland. but then a degree or two, at least most of these. higher clouds look like the southern end, as it's starting to thin out a bit. that low is going to play into our weather. i would k if you're in mendocino county, or lake county, maybe friday night or saturday could see the end of the first reason to the season. we'll deal with higher clouds and fog. and temperatures in the 50s and also the 60s. east bay temps, upper 50s, low 60s. blackhawk, 59. 62, lafayette, walnut creek and alamo. high clouds, as well as monsoon moisture, moving into southern california.
palm springs dealing with rain in the area. a lot of the desert there in southern california. we'll get the fogs and the higher clouds then, mostly sunny. new cooling trend starting tomorrow. warm to hot. kind of muggy. certainly away from the coast. a lot of fog over by the coast. but then that cooling trend kicks in wednesday into friday. 60s, 70s, 80s, to low 90s. sal is here. you said you had one issue last time. and that was where? >> it's always been on the sunol grade, steve, we'll talk about that in just a moment. it has been slow, even though the crash hatraffic out of 680 on pleasanton. i want to mention the macarthur maze. and taking the approach thertha backed up. about a 30-minute drive. a little less to the bridge and 880 om an accident. people here are going to be met with slow traffic for most of the drivers, unless you're using the carpool lane. but we talked about 680 and talking about it's getting a little better. but still very slow out of
680, pleasanton. slow traffic there. and then in the south bay commute. pretty typical, getting into that west valley. it's slow. 7:32, let's go back to the desk. >> happening today. pg&e is holding a drill in the east bay to prepare for any potential planned power outages. the shutoff drill will reportedly take place in orinda. the service won't be interrupted there. ktvu's cristina rendon is live to explain what can people expect to see there this morning. >> in less from now. you should start to see pg&e crews here in orinda. and possibly helicopters later this afternoon, as the skies clear out. we want to mention that this is all part of a drill to help restore services as quick he as possible. inhepg&e attempts to shut off power because of a wildfire risk. service will not be interrupted. service is going to stay on if you live in the orinda area. this is all about services. we want to mention pg&e.
they have been warning customers for months now about possible power outages and extreme fire conditions. and they say that if there is a planned outage, crews are going to have to inspect the lines. they're going to do that using helicopters and trucks to repair any damage to the pipes on the ground before they can restore power. we believe that is the kind of drill taking place today. again, no interruption in service. and if they ever were to shut off power, they would make that determination with information they received from their wildfire safety operation center. and that is gassed with wildfire detection capabilities. and receives data from the ground, air and space. and we now have two brand new satellites. east and west, that are able to detect fires, about five minutes apart. this school does also incorporate fire detections from fuller. aqua and tara satellites. pg&e also says they have sensors that can detect wind
direction. wind speeds and the humidity levels on a realtime basis. all of that helping them to forecast the utility for potential fire risk. and again, they would only shut off power to communities in the event of a red flag warning and if conditions include low humidities, strong winds, and dry fuel on the ground. so today is about crews restoring power, if they ever had to shut it off. it's going to start at 8:15. going to last until 2:00 in the afternoon. and again, your service will not be interrupted. in orinda, cristina rendon, ktvu, fox 2 news. investigators in texas say the el paso shooter is still answering questions. but they're still trying to figure out what other people tell them that may have led up to the shooting. they have read a web post saying the attack was close to the hispanic invasion in texas. the shooter is face charges. about an hour ago, the governor of ohio laid out plans
that he said will prevent more mass shootings. they include background checks for gun sales. harsher penalties. and more money for mental health programs. investigators are still looking for that shooting. a man opened fire in the entertainment district early sunday morning. president trump will be investigation both dayton and el paso this week. the mayor of el paso sayings -- says ask for federal help. ktvu's ray bogan is live here with how victims are being remembered. ray? >> gasia. good morning to you. we're standing in front of this memorria will. and you -- memorial. and you can see what single behind me. people have been coming all day long. in fact, we have seen people here as late as 2:00 in the morning, to pay tribute to some of those who have been lost. they range in age from 15 to 90. >> hours after two more people in the el paso wal-mart shooting died in the hospital.
stories releasing a list of those who lost their lives. the youngest victim, 15-year-old javier rodriguez, remembered during a vigil at his high school monday. >> i appreciate your friends. you never know when is the last time you're going to see them. >> behind the store, a line of white crosses, honoring each of the deceased. and by nearby las cruces, new mexico, people coming together in a show of solidarity in el paso. >> we need to put a stop to this hate, this racism, thisbigotry. >> intimate gatherings remembering am haves such as this 25-year-old father of four. >> thomas was one of the most loving young men around. >> a package memorial at the scene of the shooting and in the hometown of the gunman. >> i would love to know why. >> but the message in both cities is clear. they want to see an end to the
violence. >> i want not just president trump. i want all our politicians in the house and senate to come together and stop this stupid bickering over stuff. do what is right for our country. >> president trump is expected to visit el paso tomorrow, to visit with first responders and victims' families. but as you were getting some pushback. there are some residents here and democratic leaders who say he is not welcomed. for instance, veronica escobar says he shouldn't come while the city is still mourning. gasia? >> thank you. people gathered last night in a church in sunol to honor the shooting victims and to call for an end to gun violence. are many people who attended the vigil said the recent shootings are deeply disturbing, especially with young children, and young people among the victims. i'm very disturbed, concerned, saddened that this
is happening. >> when is this going to stop? why are we doing this to each other? with one person. we're all human beings. >> the sunol police chief tried to reassure people that he and the department will do everything they can to protect the community. governor gavin newsom met with members of law enforcement and discussed the state's efforts to address gun violence and white supremacy. one of the things they need to explore is why the shooters are overwhelmingly male. >> i think that goes deep to the issues of how we raise our boys. to increase values that we tend to hold dear. over empathy care and collaboration. >> this week, ktvu will be taking a look at mass shootings in america. we hope you join us for a ktvu special report "guns in
america" this thursday night at 10:30, here on ktvu. today, berkeley mayor will sign into law a ban. last week, they voted against any natural gas pipelines in the project starting on the 31st. representatives say the electricity is cleaner. time now is 7:39. and back to school shopping season is upon us. and many parents are preparing to stock up for all the supplies that they need for the school year. coming up, we are going to go over the top backpacks for your kids. and why they are ranked on the list. and up next. parents say they are outraged over growing problems at a popular park. what a new councilperson who represents this area has to say. here's your buick sir.
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timeis 7:42. san francisco police have arrested a hit-ask-run driver. it sheared off. water gushed several feet high into the air. startling many people heading into work. >> i was like whoa, what was that? >> just going to work. expecting to have a great day. and then there's like a whole waterfall in the sky. it was crazy. >> police caught up with the driver when he crashed into the back end of an suv at montgomery and post streets. monte carlo's bumper got stuck under the back of the suv. the driver was not hurt. treated for minor injuries.
an employee at a florida mcdonald's has been fired after reportedly refusing to serve paramedics. two paramedics were refused service by employees who refused to serve officers or anyone, quote with a badge. they issue a statement saying in part, we, like you, were upset and disappointed and took immediate action. the employee has been terminated. the paramedics thanked mcdonald's for taking the appropriate action following the incident. neighborhood park isn't safe for children. they say willow park is overrun by drug users and drug dealers. neighbors have taken it upon themselves to regularly clean the park. doesn't take long for them to fill up with trash again. they are working to find a solution. people who live in the area say
they are frustrated. >> it's overwhelmed with drugs. with people sleeping in the park. drug selling. it's very dirty and unsanitary. and it's downright scary for my children. >> we have to really begin to enforce. we have some -- with the adopted budget? new resources to enforce that the parks have to be open and safe for everyone. >> councilwoman mcilane says they will have to reach out along with outreach workers. the united states department of agriculture has agreed to stop killing california beavers. the lawsuit accused the department's controversial wildlife services program of violating the endangered species act. they have shot and killed hundreds of beaters in
habitats across the united states. and guests will need to take a parking ticket out of the machine as they come onto the zoo property. visitors will then pay the $10 parking fee at the admission booth. or as they leave the zoo. right now, they have been paying before they enter the parking lot. and that causes major backups on golf links and onto 580. this comes as neighbors complain of congestion and spike in traffic with the new trail exhibit. it's a tuesday morning that feels like a monday, sal, trafficwise, doesn't it? >> yeah. and one of the things about today is that the bay bridge and some of these commutes have been artificially stimulated by things that have happened. some commutes might be lighter if it wasn't for the crashes. for example, 880 is now getting lighter again. as you drive past the coliseum. you will see traffic recovering. there was a crash earlier on the way to downtown. and that slowed traffic. but now, things are maze.
metering lights are on. normal commute. 680 is getting a little better. it takes a while for all of this traffic to unwind. likewise, with 880 heading south. that general direction getting down to the south bay has been slow. and in the south bay, we have a normal-ish looking commute into the west valley. look at the sunshine. northbound 280 on the right there. a little sun -- sunny weather there. it's different from the rest of our traffic cam. nice transition to my friend. mr. steve paulson. >> a beautiful, smooth transition. my friend, saul castaneda. thank you, sir. a lot of sunset opportunities. and sunrise this morning. unless you get that fog bank overhead. my son took a break from skateboarding last night. i see the skateboard there. yes, there were many from here. all the way up from tahoe. a lot of pictures coming in. there will still be son.
high clouds continuing to stream across. much more so toward the northeast of california and the sierra. not looking for any thunderstorm activity. no lift in the atmosphere. no trigger. providing a little spin or something. but look at that northeast california. forecast highs today will be 80s and 90s for some, away from the coast, around the bay. and 70s and 80s. and then mild conditions. that's not too bad from stinson beach. 92 in antioch. look at that low dropping down. unseasonably deep this time of year. it won't be here starting tomorrow. a lot of moisture. what is over us now remains the tropical system. the monsoon is making the current in california. giving them a lot of cloud cover and some rain. not for us. won't make it up here. water temps still pretty cold. bodega bay, point reyes. the buoy temperature in san francisco is 57. the temperature is, 57.
see? santa rosa, 54. san jose, 62. 62, menlo park. palo alto. stanford. redwood city, 62. 50s, though, from belmont, hillsboro. foster city. to 61 in union city. higher clouds should start to thin out this afternoon. still in the mix this morning. and look at this, coming into southern california. especially palm springs. a little activity if you're heading down there. maybe heading to the desert or so. l.a. or san diego. a little east of them. for us, i higher clouds put in the humidity. low is on its way for wednesday, thursday and friday. it is possible. i would think about probably cloverdale, geyserville, north. possibility of our first rain of the season. if it taps into a little moisture. that wouldn't be until late friday or saturday. 60s, 70s. upper 70s to low 90s. after today, though. looks like the 90s are on hold for about five days. the cooling begins. and then we'll have to really keep an eye on things.
there will be drizzle for us here locally. friday into saturday morning. sunny and warmer by sunday. >> thank you, steve. 7:49. rapper kanye west says he has a solution to the growing housing crisis in california. he's already put up new prototype problems. also, this year's treasure island festival, canceled. we'll tell you why and the reason it may be gone for good.
7:51. the treasure island music festival has been canceled for this year. and as of right now, there are no plans for the festival's return. it was founded in 2007 and held on treasure island until 2016. there was year, it was moved to oakland. in a statement, the promoter said bringing the event back to life was a massive undertaking. they say with the location, it is just not possible to put on the kind of show the fans expect. today, markets are posting some gains. pam cook joins us with a look at today's dollars and sense. >> stocks have not regained all of the losses from yesterday. stocks are down 22%. the volatility is expected to continue as the trade war between the u.s. and china continues as well. when the opening bell rang this morning. a bit of a rally for the tech stocks. led by apple. that's helping take the nasdaq in particular up today. taking you live to the big
board right now. there's a live look at the dow jones. it is up a third of a percent. again, following about a 3% drop yesterday. 92 points to 25,808. nasdaq up thquarters of a percent to 7775. and s&p up half a percent to 2859. cbs has a new prescription service that brings you your prescriptions right to your door. this is being offered to customers nationwide. the amazon-like service cost $5 a month. or a flat rate of $48 a year. the membership includes free one- to two-day shipping as well as discounts on cbs brandproducts. google is pledging to use recycled tomorrow by 2022. the company has started using recycled plastic in their chrome cast. it is also accepting old
google devices as part of its recycling program. along with using recycled material, google promises all of its shipments will be carbon neutral by next year. and back to school means it's time for backpacks and a lot to choose from. some of them, green alternatessives -- alternatives. they include the multicolored camo print made from recycled material. vans has that. and a patchwork backpack as well. forbes broke down the top trend. rare forge backpack is made from freeweight, heavy vinyl. and speaking of shopping. barney's of new york has filed for bankruptcy. they say sales are 's a and sense. oakland has announced a new naming agreement for their new
stadium. a ceremony was held celebrate the last beam. the bill was signed by team owner mark davis. allegiant has secured naming rights for the stadium. >> i guess there's magic here. when does a popping-out ceremony turn into a naming-right celebration? well, only in las vegas. here we are. allegiant stadium. >> the stadium is scheduled to be completed in about one year in time for the 2020 nfl season. and the raiders are set to play their first season saturday night. 49er are also home saturday. playing their first exhibition game for the dallas cowboys. and season 14 of the popular hbo seniories, hard knocks begins tomorrow night. >> the oughtim -- autumn wind
is a pilot. he sweeps along, swaggering boisterously. >> you were moving, bro. >> scheduled to air every tuesday through senate 3rd. two days before the season open. season 14 will offer an up-close look at the oakland raiders. viewers can expect to see a lot of head coach jon gruden. quarterback derek park. and new wide receiver, antonio brown. officials continue to investigate the two mass shootings. one in ohio. the other in texas. coming up, what the ohio governor is saying about the shooting this morning. and how he wants to prevent another mass attack. plus, what groups in the bay area are doing to commemorate 74 years since the atomic bombing of hiroshima, japan. all right. good morning. traffic is going to be busy. if you are. we have a lot of fun in the newsroom, folks. we're talking about the 9. northbound 880 is going to be a little slow. but it's improved from earlier problems.
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new calls for action across the country, after two mass shootings in two states within 24 hours. what the governor of ohio is proposing to prevent another tragedy from happening again. after a weekend of violence, two countries in latin america are now issuing travel warnings for anyone planning to visit the united states. what the government officials have to say. and oakland's deadly the decision that could come
down at any moment. good morning. welcome back to mornings on 2. i'm allie rasmus in for mike mibach. >> and i'm gasia mikaelian. i know it's gray and muggy. but this looks atypical. >> well? you know, we've had a lot of fog this summer. it will part. they're kind of thinning out a little bit. there will still be some in the morning. it is pretty gray out there. a dramatic, sunnyvale sunset last night. remains of what was once a tropical system named gill. below that. you're like, what high clouds? all i can see is gray. there's a lot in the sierra. reno has still not hit 100 degrees this summer. they were 94. might be close again. most of those are off towards
the east into california and northeast california. but then after that, looks like another week where they will not get to 100 degrees. could be a little showers up in the northeast. tropical feel today. kind of muggy, humid. fog. high clouds and mostly sunny later. highs today, pretty close to where they should be. one more day, where temperatures will be in the 80s to low 90s. that will play into our weather bigtime, starting tomorrow. 60s on a lot of temps. 64. concord, 63. upper 50s, mid-50s. santa cruz mountains. higher clouds, mainly for the morning. then they should start to thin out. still, there will be fuel around. look at the southern california around the desert. palm springs. then that low begins a big cooling trend. starts tomorrow and takes it into the end of the week. 60s, 70s, 80s to a few near 90. we have traffic at the bay bridge that has not become
lighter. as a matter of fact, traffic is still pretty slow here and pretty crowded. we've had a couple of minor things on the stands. i think in the last few days, we've had things block the path so to speak to the bridge. and this morning, all lanes are open. this is a look at 880 north. you can see traffic is moderate. if you're driving on 680, still recovering from earlier issues, especially slow from dublin to pleasanton. 880 is slow. on the peninsula, traffic is all right. a little slowing on the dunbarton bridge. no real problems into san francisco. and silicon valley commute is slow. 8:02. let's go back to the desk. three of the victims of the gilroy garlic shooting festival are now home. two had been treated there pers home. they are still treating two conditions. one is in fair condition. the other has asked that no
infothat they will now release to the public. they'll be holding a news conference at 11:00 this morning. and we'll have a crew there. we'll bring you what investigators say they've learned. there were vigils held in both el paso andidateon, honoring the victims in those cities. communities are more than 1,000 miles apart. but they share a common pain, trauma and grief. this morning, the governor outlines proposals. ktvu's sara zendehnam has details on what the governor is proposing. new information we're getting from the ac. the ohio gunman's ex-girlfriend said he showed her a picture of the pittsburgh synagogue shooting on their first date. and says he told mental health one of governor mike dewine's four points. he said introduc courts to issue safety
protection orders. that means if someone with mental health issues and t tendencies is a risk to themselves or others and has access to guns, an order can be issued to take the guns away, and get them the help they need. issue a law to require background checks before they issue the arms. the governor vowed to dedicate millions of dollars to mental health services, including better access to psychiatric hospitals and have earlier interventions in schools. he said it won't be easy. but changes will happen. >> we can do the things that i outline today. we will do that. we can do meaningful things. to protect lives. it won't be easy. and although it is dark now, the sun will shine again. while in el paso, police say alleged gunman patrick
crucias is cooperating with investigators. but they want to hear from people who talked to him leading up to the shooting. the 21-year-old is accused of killing 22 people inside a crowded mall saturday. he faces domestic terrorism charnlgts. if convicted, he could be sentenced to death. president trump is expected to visit both el paso and dayton tomorrow. although presidential candidate beto o'rourke is among those who, quote, have no place here. sara zendehnam. people in the east bay and the bay area overall are honoring people. on the peninsula, dozens gathered at san bruno city park. the candlelight vigil was held in the gazebo. new this morning american countries. the venezuelan government encouraged people to postpone travel to the u.s. after recent
acts of violence, it mentions several cities. they say there is increasing indiscriminate violence, fueled by racism and discrimination. this thursday night, ktvu will be taking an in-depth look at mass shootings in america. we'll take a look at our current gun laws and what maw lakers are doing to prevent more mass murders. we have a special this thursday night, guns in america, here on ktvu at 10:30 p.m. all lanes near san francisco airport are back open after a crash involving big rigs and multiple cars. we're told at least one person has been hospitalized. the freeway reopened just before 5:00 a.m. police are investigating a double shooting. it happened just before 11:30 last night. is video from citizen app that shows the scene. two men were hospitalized with
gunshot wounds. police have not released any information about the attacker. this morning, napa police are investigating a crash that killed a passenger in a car, following a police chase. police received a call about a car parked behind with a driver passed out. when medics arrived, the driver took off. a spike strip on big ranch road. but the driver swerved to avoid the strip, lost control and crashed. the driver and passenger were taken to the hospital. also in napa county, a pedestrian was killed after being struck by a car in rutherford. it happened about 15 miles north of the city of napa. the chp shut down the highway between rutherford road and zin fen dal lane. now to the ghost ship warehouse trial in oakland. where jurors are set to resume their deliberations today. the jury got the case wednesday. the nine women and three men
are deciding whether derek almena and max harris are guilty. one count for each person who died in the fire. henry lee has been in the courtroom every day of the trial. if you'd like to learn more, you can read his daily blog. cl finnegan elder and 17-year-old gabriel natale north confirm they asked for release. they are currently being held for last month's stabbing death of a plain clothed police officer in italy. happening today in japan, people are marking 74 years since the united states dropped a nuclear bomb on hiroshima. the prime minister shinzo abe dropped a bomb. the attacks in 1945 killed 140,000 people. the bomb dropped three days
later in nagasaki killed another 70,000 people. the prime minister says japan remains committed to leading international effort aimed at getting rid of all nuclear weapons. 8:09. and many parents are trying to get their kids involved in sports and extracurricular activities. some end up quitting. the top reasons why some kids stop playing those sports. and a woman killed while crossing the street. the changes people in the neighborhood want to see. hood want to see.
south korea reports that north korea has launched what appears to be missiles. two projectiles were fired from the western coast and landed in the water off the east coast of korea. military officials say they were likely short-ranged ballistic missiles. and that mobile capability would increase the threat against south korea. japan is calling it a serious threat. people in livermore gathered to remember a woman hit and killed by a car while she wathe street. more than 100 people gathered in honor s driver going toward downtown liver more was hit and killed.
some drivers going well over the speed limit. livermore has a responsibility to make sure there's enough visibility for crossing here. and they either need to put a stop light in or put in new l.e.d. lights for the ground. so you're not just focusing on the side. >> the driver remained at the scene and is cooperating with police. officers say likely not face criminal charges. this morning, we're learning new information about the deadly house fire that would in san jose. we now know a 72-year-old woman died and a 12-year-old girl is in the hospital in critical condition. a fire broke out at the home on greenmore drive around 7:30 yesterday morning. the woman who died was in a wheelchair and died at the scene. the 12-year-old is believed to be the victim's great granddaughter. >> she was just like visiting. so i mean, you take one day at a time. you never know.
ands fact that this. girl is in in situation. this is not even her home. and this happened. i just -- god is with them. and i'm praying for their family. a 22-year-old man believed to be the woman's grandson ml managed to escape by t of a fir taking part in a debate tonight at the uc hastings school of law. the candidates are chessa boudin, suzy loftus and nancy tongue. a conservative group is taking action forcing trump to release his tax returns governor newsom signed a bill into law that requires candidates to release their taxes before they can appear. a group challenged it in
coitcircumvently scirlts the constitution by adding a new requirement for a candidate for president and that states don't have the authority to do meing to esthe final language on a measure. a group called the coalition for reasonable vaping regulations is behind the measure. the group is funded by san francisco based manufacturer juul. the group wants to replace the ban with stringent regulatory measure. ride-share drivers are causing nearly twice as much congestion as san francisco expert his expected. uber and lyft account for 13% of all of the cars on san francisco highways on an average day. and those numbers are from 2016. so researchers say the percentage could be even higher now. about half the timepick up a
passenger. or waiting for a ride request so only the driver is in that car. tony morrison has died. her most celebrated novel was "beloved" in 1987. a decade later, it was adapted into a film with oprah winery. in 2012, president barack obama awarded her the presidential metal of freedom. a friend confirmed a death a short time ago. the cause has not been revealed. tony mori guesson -- toni morrison was 88 years old. a lot of folks go back to school next week, right, sal? >> yes. i think some people are taking vacation. and others are full. it's a weird mix of stuff. we don't have the lightning
commute that we had the last few days here at 8:00. in fact, seems to be heavier as we drive into san francisco. now, part of it has been that we have had a couple of things pop up here and there. small things that have made it a little bit more crowded. but for the most part, just a big crowd on a tuesday. 880 northbound. moderately heavy near 66 into downtown oakland. 680 has been a problem all morning long. becaus i look at some of these commutes. still, highway 4 looks a little better. 680 to concord is a little slow. and if you look at the peninsula. it's moderately heavy. south bay commute is normal. there's northbound 280 getting off to highway 17. 817. let's bring mr. steve paulson back. >> thank you, kind sir. >> yes, sir. mostly cloudy. san jose, though, mostly sunny. clouds not as thick as last night. they are beginning to thin out a bit.
if you're underneath the veil of blanket clouds. there's plenty in tahoe. most of thoas, to the west, though. another day where reno will be close to 100. they've had 499-degree days. some of this high based. tropical feel kind of a muggy pattern. once the fog burns off, we get the tail end of those clouds. remains on the tropical system. 80s and 90s inland. warm for san rafael and san jose. downtown oakland, 63. and 60s for stinson beach. 72 in santa cruz. monsoon moisture continues to funnel in to arizona. and southern california. closer look at that in just a second. but that low spinning to the west of oregon is in our
future. it will start to make temps now san jose. concord, 63. tracy is already 72. higher clouds looking to see. there's not a lot left. i think we're on the tail end of that for another hour or two. not the case for southern california. rain in on southern california. for us, fog will burn back. mostly sunny. that low begins to make an impact. that's when it start toss increase the low cloud deck. and also bring in a cooler pattern possible. mendocino county north. friday night to saturday. rain will fall. 70s, 80s to near 90 for these temps. 90s will take a little vacay here for about five days. as the cooler pattern. warmer sunday. >> thank you, steve. >> here's a reminder to download our new ktvu weather app for your smart phone or
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8:23. a new study suggests kids stop playing sports on average at the age of 11. and some of the reasons include financial coaches, or simply that they're not having fun. the study found that the average child plays sports for just three years before quitting. according to the parents surveyed for this, coaches are the main reason why kids experienced extra stress and pressure. which caused them to quit playing sports altogether. >> many coaches make naerror of -- that error of saying, this is what you aren't doing well,
rather than saying, hey, this is what you do well, seetsz let's see more of parents spend year on traveling to sport events. and that's $50 more than the equipment they're spending on their kids. san jose is looking to help special education students. they are implementing ride into special education. it gives a chance to get special education credentials at san jose for free, that would normally cost about $20,000. >> we pay all of the testing fees and provide mentorship and support. >> the school district says there are seven people currently enrolled in the special education teacher program. they stay the number is expected to double by next year. a lawsuit by the boy scouts of america abuse. the suit is demanding they of a
boys. the lawsuits say the reports are from nearly every state including california and date back to the 1940s. the church has not adequately investigated its volunteers and has hidden the depth of the scandal. harmful effects that racism can have on a child's health. exposure to racism in adults has been linked to increased risk in heart disease, depression and other illnesses. higher rates of doctor visits and lower self-esteem. 8:25 now. pg&e is holding a power shutoff drill today in the east bay. we'll take you to orinda, with what you can expect and whether your power will be interrupted. and communities continue to grieve. one in dayton, the other in el day on the road than this
mike mibach. we want to keep an eye on this trap cal whra weather is what we're calling it. >> i think we're about done with these high clouds. the fog bank is really more front and center. but the higher clouds, still drifting across. rounding third and hadding for home -- and heading for home. some of those still a little more to the west. and also to the north. but remains of a tropical system that just got caught up coming around. and some of that continues to work its way northward. most is on the california side. not on the nevada side. so a few little showers possible northeast california. some of that right there. beginning to make it a little too high base. not coming out to too much. southern california a different story. muggy fog. kind of giving way to high clouds. mostly sunny today. look at that low dropping down. at the west. that is going to play into the weather starting tomorrow. higher clouds are just about done. but not in southern california. kind of lighting up there
around palm springs. heading over maybe to blithe. up to las vegas. to the east of l.a. a lot of high clouds down there. but for us, mostly sunny after the fog burns off. but that system dropping down is going to give us a significant cooling trend starting tomorrow. 60s, 70s. >> we have problems in the east bay. we have a new crash in hayward. 880 southbound. a couple of lanes are taken away. fire department rushing out to the scene. southbound on 880. traffic had already been slower. remember, the biggest indicator here. 680 has been slowed because of earlier issues. we are also looking at the rest of the east bay commute. contra costa. 680 is a little slow, concord to walnut creek. not that bad. this is a look at the bay brim. we've had a big delay here. some days at this time, it's completely clear, like yesterday it was.
sunol grade, improving now, finally. and also on the south bay commute. we have slow traffic, still. northbound 280, sunshine is there. 8:31. let's go back to the desk. pg&e is holding a drill in the east bay to prepare for any potential planned power outages. the shutoff drill will happen in orinda. service shouldn't be interrupted. ktvu's cristina rendon is planning what people can expect there. the drill is getting under way in orinda there. there will be crews as well as helicopters in the air, working on the drill. on how to best restore power, if pg&e had to preemptively shut off service during a wildfire threat. pg&e possibly shutting off power. and if there ever is a planned outage. crews will expect to find trucks and employees on the ground, to repair damage. we believe that's the kind of training we believe will be happening with today's drill.
again, no interruption in service. but a practice service on how to quickly respond and restore if the power was ever shut off. they make that determination based on information they received from the wildfire safety center. that is stacked with wildfire capability centers. >> those include the wind direction, the wind speeds, the humidity levels on a realtime basis. the 490 weather stations that we've installed. and we're also leveraging some of the publicly available water stations. and that information is used to help forecast the utility potential for fire risk. >> satellites that can detect fires about every five minutes apart. and again, they would only shut off power in communities where there may be a red flag warning and conditions that include low humidity, strong winds and dry fuel on the ground. so again, this power shutoff
drill, taking place this morning in orinda. started at 8:15. it's going to continue until 2:00 this afternoon. but your service will not be interrupted. it will stay restored as they work on how to best respond after a possible outage. we're in orinda. cristina rendon, ktvu, fox 2 news. now to the aftermath of the recent mass shooting. president trump says be visiting bothidateon, ohio -- both dayton, ohio and el paso, texas this week. ktvu's ray bogan is in el paso, with how the victims there are being remembered. >> two communities are continuing to grieve in the wake of last weekend's deadly mass shooting. >> hours after a killing in wal- mart. authorities are releasing the list of victims.
the youngest, 15-year-old javier rodriguez, remembered during a vigil at his high school this weekend. >> appreciate your family and friends, because you never know what when is the last time you'll see them. >> a growing memorial, honoring each of the deceased. and in nearby las cruces, mexico. people coming together in a show of solidarity in el paso. >> we need to put a stop to this hate, racism, bigotry. >> some in intimate backyard gatherings remembering advantages such as this young 24-year-old father of four. >> thomas is one of the most loving young men around. >> shooting in the home town of the gunman. >> i would like to know why. >> but the message in both cities is clear. they want to see an end to gun riles. >> i want not just presento come together and stop the
bickering ask stuff. do what is right for our country. >> tomorrow, president trump is expected to meet with first responders and meet with paso. but that is getting pushback from residents and local democratic leaders who say he isn't welcome. in el paso, texas, ray bogan, fox news. people gathered last night at a church in pinole to honor the victims. candles were lit. many said the recent shootings are deeply disturbing, especially with young children and people among the victims. >> i'm very disturbed, concerned, saddened, that this is happening. >> when is this going to stop? why are we doing this to each other? one person. one human being. >> the pinole police chief attended the vigil and tried to reassure people, that he and the department will do all they can to help the community. the el paso shooter is
answering questions. but still trying to find other people who can tell them what led to the attack. they say he led a website, in which he wrote, the attack was a response to the hispanic invasion of texas. it was in response to domestic terrorism and murder. this morning, the governor of ohio. they include background checks. harsher gun sales. and more money for mental health programs. investigators are still working to learn a motive in the shooting that left nine people dead in an entertainment district. governor gavin newsom met with community organizations to discuss the state's effort to address gun violence. he said the first thing they need to explore is why these shooters seem to be overwhelmingly male. >> i think that goes deep into the issue of how we raise our voice to be. goes deeply to values that we tend to hold dear.
t. ktvu will be taking an in-depth look at mass shootings in the u.s. our current gun laws, mental health, and what they are doing to prevent more mass murders. we hope you join this thursday p.m. today, jesse ariagen will sign up. last month, they voted against any natural gas pipeline to allow a new construction project, starting january 1st. representatives from the sierra club say electricity is cleaner and safer. the new law would only apply to buildings reviewed by the state energy commission. the oakland zoo is responding to complaints about traffic. coming up, how they are making some changes now under way to prevent cars from backing up onto city streets. also up next. oakland police say they are
growing outraged. what a city has to say about it. we have slowing in the east bay because of a couple of crashes. we'll tell you where those are and check out the east bay commute. lots of fog up above. most are about done, though. big change starts tomorrow. oh thaphenomenal!, that's unfair. that's so unfair. c'mon jay-bo. let's go.
time is 8:41. san francisco lis have arrested a hit-and-run driver who hit a fire hydrant and took off. sheared off. you can see watch water gushed high into the air and flooded the streets. the unexpected sight startled people as they were heading to the museum of ice cream. >> i was like, whoa. what was that? then like whoa. >> he's just going to work. expecting to have a great day. and then there's like a whole water fall in the sky. it was crazy. >> police caught up to the driver when he crasheds car into the back of an suv at post street. the driver wasn't hurt. but the car's driver was treated for injuries. parents are complaining nait's not safe for children to use their local parks.
they say willow park has become overrun. neighbors have taken it upon themselves to clean the parks. city leaders are working to find a solution. but people living in the area say they are frustrated. >> it's just overwhelmed with drugs. with people sleeping in the park it's very dirty and unsanitary. and it's downright scary for my children. >> we have to really begin to enforce. with the adopted budget, some new resources to ensure that the parks are open and safe for everyone. the city will send crews to clean up the park next week. along with outreach workers who work with the homeless there. the united states department of agriculture has decided to stop killing beavers. the move comes from the nonprofit center for biological diversity. they accused the troaferlt wild
controversial wildlife species program. it says wildlife services has killed hundreds of beavers in habitats across our state. the oakland zoo has changed its parking policy to try to stop backups. now, guests will need to take a parking ticket out of the machine as they come onto the zoo's property. s havers can then pay the $10 as they leave the admission booth instead of pay as they enter the park. neighbors complained after an opening of the zoo's new california trail exhibit. >> you would think traffic would be light. many people taking that last summer vacation. but you've got heavy traffic to deal with. >> that's right. problems sometimes negate what would have been a light commute. 880 south, our latest problem at hayward between industrial and whiffle. there is a crash. one main crash blocking the second from the left-hand lane. heading that way, to san jose in the east bay has been slow
because of earlier issues. concord to walnut creek. it's kind of a mixed bag. marin county has been nice and quiet for the most part. and as you look at the bay bridge, that has not improved. in fact, that traffic is still very slow. as you get closer to 9:00. backed up to a wait. >> for many, that is true, sal. a lot of the higher clouds came in yesterday. we were mostly cloudy last evening. made for nice pictures. although a lot more fog prevented that. there's still some up there. but first, if you haven't heard, there's been a butterfly explosion. millions of them in lake tahoe. chris henry took this picture from the boat launch. what you're seeing are some of the butterflies from lake tahoe. california, there are so many up there. this is amazing. if you've been up there, you already know what i'm talking about. it's the most anybody has seen in about 20 years. butterflies up in lake tahoe. in and around and all over. they think the wet winter had a lot to do with that. we also have a lot of high
clouds streaming up. most of those, though, are about done with us. most of us are about done. not all. they will be by later this afternoon. some of that, though, is trying to get its act together. but there's nothing in the atmosphere to kind of get it going. the mountains. but not here. 80s, 90s through the interior. including calistoga, antioch. san jose. menlo park. oakland downtown. 60 and 70s on the coast. that big low dropping down off of oregon is going to play into our weather. it's going to tap into another one in the south. beginning to sweep in tomorrow slowly. that's going to usher in significant cooling trends. today, though, it's the cooling trend with the fog. already 60s for some. and the humidity factor is noticeably higher, due to all the cloud cover, low and high. but most of that cloud cover should start to clear the area the next few hours. some rain possible the next few hours, from the monsoon rotating around the big four corners high. some of that could sneak into
the sierras as well. for us, mix of high clouds and low. that low will start to make a big impact as we head towards thursday and friday. possibility there will be drizzle here. but late friday into saturday. could be light rain. mendocino county north. tackle that as we get closer to it. kind of muggy today. mix of low clouds, sun and high clouds. and then the big cooling trend will take us into thursday and friday. 60s, 70s by the water. low 90s. after today, though, we can say goodbye to those 90s for at least five days. as that system gets closer, that means cooler weather will take us into the end of the week. >> thank you, steve. a viral video making a statement. coming up on the 9, the couple making bright see-saws at the border. up next. kanye west says he has a solution to the growing california housing crisis. he's already put up some prototype houses. but running to problems. california phones offers free specialized phones... like cordless phones,
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the advocacy group, consumer watchdog is calling on the state to have grocery stores start redeeming recycling. in her lawsuit, rosette said she was fired as tinder's marketing vice president. she said the former ceo gregory blat groped and kissed her at a company hotel without her consent in front of two witnesses. tinder has not commented on the lawsuit. but previously said a related lawsuit that included the allegations was without merit. wall street was frying to stage a rebound after the biggest loss of the year. >> good thing pam cook is back. >> alphabet. google's parent company. the rebound was short-lived. dow shot up about 200 points.
indexes, though, dropping back. still down about 2% in the two days. the volatility, expected to continue. as the trade war continues. checking in on the big board. dow jones holding steady at about a third of a percent now. s&p 500 up almost a half percent to 2857. it's now about flat for the year. nasdaq coming back in the last half hour. spotify is offering a new deal for its unlimited subscribers. those who belong to at&t's unlimited and more will it for free. those who do not have the plan will receive spotify free for six month excess then will be charged a subscription fee.
pair being brought nationwide. amazon-like service costs $5 a month or flat rate of $48 a year. the membership includes free 1- to two-day shipping. google is pledging to use recycled materials in all of its products by 2022. the company has started using recycled plastic in their chrome cast devices to create materials in both google homes and cases. it is also accepting old google devices as part of the program. google promises all of its shipments will be carbon neutral by next year. as for the retailer, we got word that barney's of new york, filing for bankruptcy, saying sales are down, rents are up. trying to compete with the high- end shopping. >> barney's is very high end. >> very high end. and disney closes after the reports. it will be interesting to ar. not only did they open
galaxy's edge. but also looking to compete with netflix. >> but they had lower than expected attendance over the summer. >> i think most people were afraid of the crowd. >> i'll go in mid-january. back to school means it's time for backpacks. and there's a lot out there to choose from. >> if you don't reuse the ones like we do. this is the multicolor backpack pack. made from recycled material. van's has a checker board backpack, too. rare form's backpack is heavy duty, made from freeway billboard vinyl. nike has one with a close enclosure. >> sounds heavy. time now is 8:54. a gesture to reverse some bad karma. why woman left a note in hopes of improving her luck. first, though, the oakland
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cannabis, and federal state laws and policies are included. foc marijuana is legal for medical use in 22 states and recreational use and 11 more. space x is set to launch one of its capsules after the faulty hardware. today's launch window opens just before 4:00 this afternoon, it lasts 90 minutes, the rocket will carry a communications satellite into orbit. the oakland raiders have announced the naming agreement for the stadium in las vegas, a ceremony was held yesterday to announce the new name on that $2 billion stadium. during the ceremony, the raiders also announced las vegas space airlines allegiant has secured the naming rights for the new stadium.>> i guess there is some magic here, when does a topping out ceremony turn into a naming rights celebration?
only in las vegas, here we are, "allegiant stadium". >> it is set to be completed about one yethe 2020 nfl season, the raiders are set to play the first preseason game saturday night at home against the rams, you can watch that game with us right here , and the 49ers are also at home on saturday, playing their first exhibition game against the dallas cowboys. just in time for the very beginning of the football season, the popular hbo series, hard knocks premieres tonight. >> with a song, he sweeps along, swaggering voice tersely.>> you were moving, bro. >> it is scheduled to air two days before the opening season. the action continues, what
the president has planned tomorrow in the wake of two deadly mass shootings in what the people who were left behind are now asking of him. plus, the jury in oakland's ghost ship warehouse fire trial reconvenes today, the verdict can be handed down at any moment. and, political statement or child's play, we will talk with two confessors who created seesaw's used for children created on either side of the fence separating the u.s. and mexico. welcome to the nine. this is a look at san jose, the sunshine is breaking through, it is still foggy north in oakland,