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good morning. i'm dave clark. steve is off today, but rosemary is with us. >> temperatures are similar to yesterday, which may be a bit cool in some areas of the neighborhood. we will heated up as we get into the coming days. let's enjoy today. temperatures this morning, slipping into the 40s in areas like santa rosa, napa. a bit of a chill in the air this morning. afternoon highs, feeling a little bit like fall. san francisco at 59. livermore, upper 50s as well as san jose. there is a look at as a summary have a mix of sun and clear skies. mostly cloudy up the coast. partly cloudy around the bay. general light winds. we are seeing a breeze for sfo. fairfield, and i miles per hour. it has let up some from
earlier. oakland come on short 5:00, and calm over santa rosa, and nevada. we will be partly cloudy up the coast. mostly clear elsewhere. temperatures ranging from 60s along areas over ocean beach. a lot of 70s around the bay are inland cities, into the 80s. a few areas hitting 85. it will be areas like fairfield and antioch. everybody else is looking quite mild for this time of year. we have 72 in oakland. into the north bay, 83 and santa rosa. the coastline, 64 expected in pacifica. temperatures will heat up for tomorrow. some folks nearing 100 degrees. details coming on the extended forecast. list check on traffic with sal. we have a lot of traffic out there. there have been a couple of spots were collisions have been worse, and other spots are normally heavy. list got take a lo at the east shore freeway.
36 minutes for this time in the morning. it is not that unusual. there slow traffic all over the place. we have had a couple of earlier incidents, and you can see that it is busy coming out of berkeley. it is also slow this morning and parts of the alper tell area. this is a look at interstate 880. as you said -- as you can see, we've been watching sfo. almost any excuses to put up pictures of airplanes. we will have more coming up soon. this is a look at 80 westbound. i wanted to mention that 80 is now backed up, just out of crockett. 680 is doing okay. i will tell you why. there is a crash up screen pulling up some traffic and then highway four is also slow from antioch to pacific. that is 7:02 am. let's go back to the desk. knew this morning, a woman had to be rescued from the waters in alameda. it happened about four clock this morning. it was right off of the parkway. this is video into our newsroom. it shows a response from
firefighters and other emergency crews. to divers when in to capture the woman. she was treading water 25 yards offshore, but they have not said how or why she was in the water. the woman was taken to the hospital to be checked out for hypothermia. the time is 7:03 am. happening today, live pictures of sfo and hundreds of flights at sfo have already been either delayed or canceled this morning because of the runway closures and repairs going on indicated by flashing lights, which is the often on. you may not see it in this particular picture, but that is where the work is taking place on the runway. ktvu is there now and the work is necessary, we are told, but it is causing a lot of pain and headaches for travelers once again this morning. good morning. we are at baggage claim as flights are lending here at sfo.
arrivals are the biggest issue. arrival delays are averaging three hours 35 minutes. we have talked to a couple of people here baggage claim with tell us that their flights have been delayed. yesterday, one of the men we talked to said his flight was completely canceled. he got here about 12 hours after he was supposed to. as of 7 am, sfo is reporting 77 delays and 79 cancellation so far this tuesday. that sounds like a lot. what we have seen since we are started saturday, it will get worse as the day goes on. last night, they reported nearly 300 delayed flights, and more than 120 cancellations just from monday. if you plan to fly after 9 am, be aware those are peak travel days and times. there is a chance there will be more flight issues. there are waving change these. if you flexibility in travel pins, reach out to your airlines. what is causing problems is runway repair work. it is sfo's longest runway.
it is failing causing unplanned closures. they are replacing surface, lighting, draining infrastructure. they said the project is necessary, but that means big problems for travelers.>> first, was 30 minutes. than one hour, then we just had to keep waiting and waiting. the president of the airline passenger advocacy groups said that passengers should be protected. he said the faa should limit the number of flights coming in and out of the airports, but they've already reduced the number flights by 13% to accommodate the work.>> i would urge the faa, the airport authority, and the airlines to have an emergency meeting as soon as tomorrow. fix the situation. it should not go on.>> a
spokesperson did apologize for the inconvenience. he says this was the best time to do it. it is after summer vacation, and before halliday truck -- holiday travel in the wet weather. this is expected to wrap up by the 26. oakley by the 27th, everything at sfo will go back to normal. at sfo this morning, fox2 news. they will consider whether to have a backup proposal for some areas of the city. the utility bill would include lines, power poles, transporters -->> we affirmed rates to determine whether we can provide the service at a price that is more affordable than pg&e, we concluded just weekend.>> pg&e released a statement in response to the
city's proposal saying that while they do not believe that selling the assets to san francisco's in the best interest of its customers and stakeholders, it remains open to communication over the issue. strike at the meeting today come the supervisors also plan to introduce legislation that would require the city's department of public health to fill all 55 bids at a long-term facility at san francisco general hospital. they plan to use some of the beds for patients who are homeless and need short-term treatment for substance abuse and mental health issues. they say the city learns the the city needs long-term care beds for people with mental illnesses. the city council will work on ere to have a navigation center for the homeless in fremont. there's been a lot of opposition from the north fremont neighborhood considered the most likely location for the navigation center. more than 2000 people showed up in the city council meeting last july speaking out of ghent -- about it. they are worried this center will attract more homeless people to the area, which could lead to more crime and also
lower their property values. city council meeting will be at city hall and fremont -- in fremont at 5:30 pm tonight. a san francisco judge will let the construction of a homeless navigation center continue even though angry neighbors in that area are fighting it. critics of the navigation center were in court yesterday, asking the judge to approve a restraining order to temporarily block construction on that 200 bed navigation center. the judge turned down their request and agreed to have both sides come back september 23rd two debated. the mayor has been pushing for the navigation center saying it is needed to help the city's homeless. for people who live in that neighborhood, they worry about crime.>> my concern is that it is low barrier shelter, which means it will accept the mentally ill drug users. sex offenders. >> it is about identifying places that we can use for this
purpose, and if they are available, if it makes sense economically, then we should do it.>> the city of san francisco hopes to open the doors to that shelter in december. the long-term plan is to eventually build housing on that site. >> more now on the go ship warehouse trial in oakland as we are learning more about the jury in that case, which delivered a split decision. the jury voted to acquit max harris, but deadlocked in the case against derek l mehta, and a mistrial was declared an l mehta's case. we spoke with one juror who started as an alternate juror but was put on the panel after three women were sent home. willing said the jury almost deadlocked on max harris as well, saying that a woman on the panel insisted harris was guilty.>> one-woman who felt pretty strongly that she said that she felt that she did not think that him getting off without anything was right -- >> after a 12 day break, the woman changed her vote to not
guilty and harris was acquitted. as for derek l mehta, the jury foreman said he was one of 10 people on the panel who were convinced he was guilty while two women held out for acquittal. crime reporter henry lee has been reporting from the courtroom since day one of this trial. you can see all of his reports by going online at ktvu.com. there, we also have more interviews with attorneys in this case. the time is 7:10 am. the backlash at a san francisco high school over a controversial mural continues. coming up, what one group now wants the school district to do as they prepare to permanently cover that mural. apple is expected to unveil many different products today. we're live in silicon valley to give you a look at some of the features the new iphone is expected to have.
welcome back to mornings on 2. family members of a man who died back in june after being held in an alameda county jail cell now plan to sue the sheriff's department and fremont police. the parents of christian madrigal said they told the police officers and sheriff deputies about their son's mental health problems to claim those warnings were ignored. their legal claim accuses fremont police of meeting the 20-year-old man and says deputies at the santa rita jail left him chained in a restraint device. that he later used to try to kill himself. he was hospitalized, and he died several days later. family has hired civil rights attorney, john burris.>> given this young man's condition, he should've been taken to the medical care. >> they say that the family claim that he did not meet the
criteria for psychiatric hold. >> the alameda sheriff's department and the das office are investigating. 7:13 am. coast guard crews have no risk at all 24 members from the capsized container ship off the coast of georgia. four of those men spent a day and a half trapped in that cruiseship. the final passenger was rescued yesterday. date located the crewmembers by tapping on the whole of the boat. >> they would do three or four tabs or more, and eventually they got tap back. >> the ship, go to, was carrying thousands of cars went capsized on saturday. not sure why the ship turned on its side and caught fire. the skies were clear waters were calm when it happened. investigation continues into the death of a handcuffed man who deputies say managed to escape from custody and jumped off of a parking garage.
sonoma county sheriff's deputy's were called early yesterday morning and were told that a man managed to jump off the fifth floor of the garage. this was at the rating casino. a 24-year-old man was despondent. they were able to grab him and put him in handcuffs. two minutes later, has deputies were walking with him to a patrol car, he broke away. he ran towards the wall and jumped to his death.>> we had a chance to talk to him for a few minutes, and we felt that he seemed to have some resolution to the case, but there was not. >> he turned at the time and twisted at the right time, got away the right time. i'm sure that the shares did everything that they could. this was just a fluke accident.>> it appears he struggled with depression and drugs. the sheriff's violent crimes unit is investigating. pushing forward with plans to develop a parking plot. it is a well-known home of an
antiwar activism in the 20s and 30s. they say it should remain a french word but the university's plans for housing and or than 70 apartments for people who are homeless are badly needed. they say that they still need approval from the board of regents, and the board will hear arguments in the spring. even if it wins approval quickly, it is unlikely that anyone would be able to move in before the year 2020. happening today, big day for apple as it is holding its annual september event to win -- to where they unveil a number of products. >> elissa harrington is already there apple park in cupertino. what is everybody talking about out there? drug good morning. as you can see, there is some things happening inside of steve jobs theater. that is where the announcement will be made later today.
everyone is talking about a new iphone. the iphone 11 is expected to be unveiled later this morning. the tech analyst says don't expected to be radically different from the found that many of us already have. >> i don't think that we will see any revolutionary changes. i think the form factor again is going to look pretty much like they look today. they will say it is the best iphone yet, and it will be the best iphone yet. otherwise, why bother. i think that we will see a bigger development the following year when we are going to see the 5g may be a complete redesign. >> apple is expected to introduce three new models of the iphone 11 with improved camera features and faster processors. the price tag is probably between 750 and $1100. today, capital -- apple executives will take the stage. not only is expected to introduce new products but update information on hardware and the ipad are people who love the apple products are excited to see if there are any surprise announcement that are at the event. >> we would like to see what happens next with iphone.
the last generation was mediocre upgrades. my quality on my camera is not as good as-10. i'm looking for a new camera with better resolution. >> the event starts at 8 am. behind me, you can see there is already a lot going on. we have seen them cleaning the theater. you can see the lobby area. there are people getting ready to serve coffee. it looks like some apple team members have arrived. we heard the team members chanting a little earlier and cheering. what is going to happen later is the people go underground. that is where the theater is, that is where the meetings will happen. 1718 -- 7:18 am. you have had your hands full since 4 am. we do have a lot of traffic out there. one of the commutes that is
busy is the richmond bridge approach driving over to marin county. although this is not out of the ordinary. the travel on the east shore has been slow. we will talk about that in a few minutes. getting back to the bay bridge is backed up. get into the coliseum and getting into downtown, hercules to el cerrito is been slow. you can see because of earlier issues how slow it is here. yourself extra time. east bay commute on highway four slow. 880 is moderate. we promised you a look at that commute. apple is putting people on the road earlier. people heading up to cupertino this morning. on 101 is also getting up to mountain view has been slow. this is 280 in downtown sent -- san jose. it is a busy day in the valley. 7:19 am. let's bring rosemary and. a beautiful day in the bay area for today.
so, we're looking at temperatures very similar to where we were yesterday. lovely this is your kind of weather. if not, just wait a few days and things will heat up. we have a warm-up coming her way. here's a look at what is happening when it comes to cloud cover. things are looking good for the coastline. partly cloudy skies around the bay area at the time. are temperatures are similar to yesterday. not much change expected either. on conditions in hayward. as of the reporting 70 miles per hour onshore breeze. livermore reporting eight and half moon bay coming in from the north at about 12. over thnorth bay, it is a comical one. 49 degrees in napa. 48 in santa rosa. for the rest of us, 50s, low 60s. 60 degrees in concord. 58 into livermore. the afternoon highs for today will go upper 70s in nevada. 70 by the water in sausalito. low 70s in alameda. low 80s
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had sexual addiction and was encouraged to get therapy. there was also talk about a smear campaign. one group wants to have signs to be put of explaining the history of the mural. last month, the school board voted to spend $850,000 to permanently cover the mural. this project could take years to complete. some people say they are concerned about the students walking by the mural every day. the central unified school district will be meeting to discuss the next move tonight at 6:00 at district headquarters. now to california wildfires. the biggest fire burning in our state is grown by 10 square miles since yesterday. it is now 69 square miles in the area. the walker fire was burning north of the town of quincy near steubenville in the national forest. the fire that now has 10%
containment. local trails have been closed. there are evacuation orders in place. so far, no one has been hurt and no building has been damaged. where working to contain the walker fire and getting help from the bay area. crews are heading out to help the crews on the ground. fire station 16 in lafayette is set to be up and running again by the end of the month. this is one of seven fire stations that close in 2012. it has now been renovated. people who live nearby say they are relieved. this is the this location to be reopened of the seven stations that were closed. stalls will no longer be welcome. the latest place that is banning the single-use plastic straws. two big events are happening. one is a new chase center, and another at oracle park. a lot of people will be coming into and leaving the city.
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ktvu fox2 news, this is mornings on 2. 729. this is an awfully pretty picture of the oakland actuary. you are in the east bay. the pitchers are somewhat mild. we are trending up then trending down.>> the air still bills comfortably cool.>> we are just going to glide across. >> tuesday morning, september 10th.
>> this go ahead and bring it over to our meteorologist. it is a little bit of a mini roller coaster. >> we do have nice weather for today. very pleasant. a little cool out there this morning, as you mentioned, dave. into the afternoon, temperatures are going to be very similar to where we were yesterday. we do have a warm-up coming our way. if you are still craving summer, summer is going to return in a big way, especially for inland cities. then we will drop it in time for the weekend. more on that in the extended forecast. was give you a look at sfo where we have low clouds mixed in with blue sky this morning. mostly cloudy along the coastline. partly cloudy elsewhere. santa rosa right now, 48 degrees. a little chill in the air for you there. upper 50s in san francisco as well as livermore, san jose and 60 degrees over areas of oakland. here's a few of the cloud cover along the coastline. partly cloudy for the rest of
us. we will be mostly sunny away from the coastline for today. on short my -- light breeze moving through the delta. it is called calmed down just a little bit for for the most part, common light winds for you this morning. here is where we will be for today and what we consider normal for this time of year. a little bit below the seasonal average but not bad at all. low 80s over areas of santa rosa. livermore at 81. 77% as a. i will have a better look around at the afternoon highs for today as well as that heat up coming our way in the extended forecast and just a little bit. at 7:31 am. let's check the highways this morning with sal. rosemary, you said heat wave is coming. that caught my attention. i will look forward to it. >> next 200 degrees, sal. that is a piece for rosemary's next segment. let's take a look at the commute on the east shore
freeway between the cartoonist bridget macarthur maze. it is a 42 minute drive. that is a little more than i would like to see at this time of the morning. it is getting busier. we have had a couple of collisions. they bridges about the same. if you drive to the bay bridge, it will look about the same as a typical day. we will show you 8 am at the coliseum. you can see these bay map is showing east is showing traffic from antioch all the way to concord. a little longer than usual. some people were avoiding by one high highway because of earlier issues there. 880 is slow into the union area. mabel may be the apple event is putting pressure on traffic going toward cupertino. let's go back to sal. if you plan to be in san francisco tonight, to be in one of the two big events, you are advised to take public transportation. >> we're live in the chase center to tell us about what is
happening tonight and the resulting traffic that is headed there.>> reporter: there is hope that there won't be any major traffic headaches or congestions around the chase center, but there are two major events happening in the same general area of the center. the chase center, the dave matthews band. it will have a concert. up the road at orchard park, the giants will have a game at home. that will be at 6:45 pm at the oracle center against the pittsburgh pirates. they had the full muni and bart schedule. we will show you the schedule for that. they have pushed out but this is what it showed you earlier. they have a schedule complete with departure times and route numbers making it clear that public transit is a priority. they will offer pre--- free shuttles to the dave matthews concert tonight. this is the first time two major events are happening in the same part of town around the same time. that is since the chase center opened a week ago. the first concert was on
friday. metallica performed with the san francisco symphony. there were no major's major problems. those who live and work in the neighborhood are still waiting to see how crowded it could get here tonight. >> i'm going to leave about 3:30 pm, 4:00. it probably will not be a problem. i will see people walking around, but it is not going to be gridlock until 430 or 5:00 thin forget. you can't even get out of the building.>> i know there was a metallica concert the other day. i didn't notice it then, but we shall see. again, just to recap, dave matthews concert here at the chase center data clock in the giants will play the pittsburgh pirates it 6:35 pm at oracle park. if you're coming to the chase center, be aware that your ticket to any event here also qualifies as a free ticket to ride him you and i. -- muni.
federal claims from the devastating wild fires started by one piece of equipment. it was criticized by fire victims and said less than half of that is intended for them. the preliminary plans filed in federal court as part of cg in these efforts to take care of this by next year. they said they have $4 billion in liability from wildfires in 2017 and 2018. one was a campfire that killed 86 people and destroyed the toof paradise. more victims from paradise have been identified. fisher identifies them as 81- year-old evelyn klein, 68 isabel webb, and 79-year-old herbert alderman. they all lived in paradise. 86 people died in that fire last november. now, just two of them remain unidentified. the time is 735 p.m. -- 7:35 am. san pablo police are trying to
solve a four-year-old homicide case. take a look. these were just identified as men involved in a shooting in 2015. they were involved in the shooting on stanton avenue. when police arrived, the men were gone, but 31-year-old dion ward had been shot several times. he later died at the scene. again, look at the sketches. if you have any information, call san pablo police. the national life association is suing san francisco over the city's resolution calling the nra a domestic terrorist organization. supervisor catherine stephanie with resolution after the shooting in gilroy july. she said the unit of -- they use propaganda that leads to gun deaths across the country. they said the city is infringing on its rights. >> they said it is unfortunate
that the nra would rather run support the do something about the epidemic of gun violence in our country. the american people would be better served if the nra stop trying to get weapons of war into our communities and instead actually did something about gun safety. the time is now 7:36 am. now the congress is back from their recess, democrats are pushing for action on gun control. house speaker nancy pelosi is increasing the pressure on senate majority leader mitch mcconnell to put a bill up for a vote. it would require background check for any gun purchases. it is already passed in the house.>> is there anyone in this institution or anywhere else in public life whose political survival is more important than the survival of our children and the safety of our community. we are not taking no for an answer.>> senator mcconnell said he will not allow a vote until he knows what president trump is prepared to sign. in the meantime, a university
finds a usa today poll supports a 90% supportive background checks for gun sales. 36% say shootings are more likely to support gun control bills. only 21% believe congress will pass any gun control bill over the next year. food businesses will have to switch to different straws. restaurants are not allowed to hand them out and less customers ask for them. san francisco and alameda have also extended a band on plastic straws. you may want to put a limit on what you put online. coming up, we will tell you why a federal appeals court ruled that a local startup may collect information from certain profiles. we will explain. why the ntsb is demanding
that they expedite highway barriers. the fda cracking down on san francisco bay's e-cigarette company juul or its marketing practices. we will have a story about the content of a warning letter that was sent off to the company. plus, a lesson in history that is not easy to pass on. that is still to come on "the nine". a children's book series that is aimed to teach its readers about 9/11. we are back after the break. just because we're super hungry...
2. hiring for the holiday shopping season has begun. >> that is right. and some people as usual may be looking for a gadget and here is today from more dollars and cents. we expect three more phones at the apple event today, and some cool new features for the watch. right now, apple and the tech stocks are down. they headed lower when the opening bell rang this morning. investors still cautious about the next step in the trade talks with china. traders are also watching the european central bank, which meets this week to talk about interest rates over there. it looks like it will affect a lot of companies here. checking in on the market. dow jones down one third of a percent. 76 points to 26,007 57. the nasdaq, where a lot of the tech stocks trade, this is
about the s&p 500 -- s&p 500, it is down about half a percent. huber is adding 2000 new jobs in chicago as it opens a new office. the expansion is planned over the next three years. the new office, which will be in chicago's old main post office, there will be a related engineering hub. huber freight, different units were split between san francisco and chicago, but executives want to add to chicago because of schools in that area. they want to collect information from people ask public profiles from linkedin. u.s. court of appeals upheld the previous union citing this hiq lab. they make software to help employers determine whether employees will stay or fit -- or quit. the judge said hiq showed it would face irreparable harm. they say taking data from social media accounts or websites can equate to theft or
violating users privacy. ups is gearing up to hire thousands of seasonal workers. it will pay them more than last year. the company says it expects to hire about 100,000 workers to handle the avalanche of packages sent between things giving a christmas. that is about the same number of people at higher for lester's holiday season, but their paychecks will be higher this year under a new labor contract. pay rates will range from $40 an hour for package handlers up to $30 an hour for the driver. that is about a four dollar an hour increase. we are going to talk about those companies right now. this is where they gear up. people who are looking for work are looking for extra work -- >> $30 an hour for the driver? >> $30 an hour. i have to go apply. we will go to sal monitoring traffic. we rely on you to get around, sal. thank you. today's been a tough morning for cops across the country.
we had a couple of earlier incidents. we will start with i would 24 on the way to the tunnel. you can see it is a little busy. some people avoiding certain roads have gone to other roads. that is what happens. sometimes you wonder where are all of these people coming from? they are avoiding in the road they don't want to be on. this is a look at highway four. it is improved a little bit but still slow. it is just outside of antioch on the way to concorde. look at the line from 680 concord to 242 all the way to walnut creek we have a lot of slow traffic through this corridor. if this is your commute, if you're going down to danville are making the commute westbound, even there you will see some slowing. western contra costa county, in richmond, we also have some slow traffic there. a 52 minute drive on the east shore freeway. that is largely because of some of the earlier problems. please give yourself extra time as you get down to the bay bridge. it is backed up for a 20 minute delay. filling in for steve today, it is rosemary. he left me with a beautiful
forecast. as we get into the afternoon, temperatures ranging from 60s at the coast, low to mid 80s inland. enjoy the pleasant weather. we have got a summertime heating up our coming our way in the summertime forecast. we will need to figure out what is happening right now. temperatures are off to a cool start over areas of santa rosa, napa, and locations where it is generally calm. the temperatures falling into the upper 40s this morning. 40 degrees right now in santa rosa. we have a mix of low clouds just inside the bay. partly cloudy for most of us away from the coast. 59 over san francisco. upper 60s, and the cloud cover along the coastline will remain into the afternoon. osan beach to happen bay, partly sunny for you there. we will turn mostly sunny over areas like santa cruz, some of our north beaches. also we will tend to get some sunshine in the afternoon. the was a typically stay south.
here is a condition we are talking about over the areas of north bay. oakland at five into the north a for your afternoon today. 74 novato -- nevada. east bay, how about low 70s. low 80s for an to -- saratoga for the afternoon. 73 in san mateo and 68 in the city of san francisco. if you are going to see the giants play, we will be cooling off into the evening hours. income, 645 63 degrees. bring along the jacket. even the blanket. here is a look at the extended forecast. temperatures begin to warm tomorrow but then turn out as we get into thursday and friday. how to stay right now, friday. temperatures reach 100 degrees inland. we will commit upper 80s around the bay. nearing 70 degrees along the coast and a nice drop in for
the weekend. we will go 70s around the bay. low to mid 60s for our coastline. the time is 7:47 am. it is something that mcdonald's and jack-in-the-box is known for, but another fast food chain is talking about a breakfast menu. what wendy's has in mind for their breakfast menu. first, we are all worried about not getting enough sleep, but now there are risks if you sleep too much. after the break, we will talk with a member of the fox medical team about how much sleep you really need.
welcome back. the time is 751. getting too much sleep can increase your risk of a heart attack. that is according to a new study. the good news is that those high for genetic risk of a heart attack, getting a good night sleep might be able to offset that risk. joining us down to talk about all of this is fox medical teams doctor mike corigliano. for those who get up at nothing:00 in the morning and don't get the proper sleep, what it -- what does all of this mean? what is the point of this new study? >> dave, you and i are in the same boat. all right? it is what it is.
we have to provide for our families, and i don't know about you, but i have a bad habit. i like to eat, and so if i want to eat and then survive, i have to work. some of us do shift work, which is not the healthiest way to live, but, again, you've got to do what you have got to do. what this study found was that if you sleep less than six hours or more than nine hours, it increases your risk of a heart attack dramatically. and so what you want to try to do is to get sleep between that six and nine hour window even if you are a shift worker like we are. that is the bottom line. you have to eke out that six hours if you can do it. >> that really makes a difference? >> well -- >> i missed that amount, but that makes a difference. >> all of the study show, even before this one, that if you are chronically sleep deprived,
which many americans are, it puts a strain on your heart, and every part of you. it can increase the risk of obesity. increases the risk of stroke and heart attack. not to mention driving off the road and into a ditch. because you fall asleep. wasn't there -- did you sleep that -- did you see that guy sleeping in the car in the tesla. he was sleep deprived. he did not get enough sleep. the out -- the issue is this study showed even if you have a genetic predilection to heart disease, you can overcome that a bit. you can't pick your parents. but what you can do is change the way that you live. even if you are a shift worker. what you need to do to find a way. no ipads, no cell phone -- no cell phones, no bluelight,
get the proper rossini. dave, want you to live to 110, know what you to do that for me. >> i promise you, doctor. i'm going to do that because you told me.>> doctor, always good to hear from you. thank you for that advice. >> thank you, dave. thank you sir. the time is 7:53 am. doctors are also reminding you now is the best time to get that flu shot. centers for disease control and prevention recommend you get the vaccinia before the end of october because it takes at least two weeks for the antibodies to develop to protect you from the flu. however, if you happen to miss the window now, the cdc says the flu shot can still be beneficial as late as january. . the time is 7:54 am. because of protests at the capital, one governor signed a controversial number of vaccination bills. doctors who provided false
vaccine information and one has a grace period for those requiring the vaccinations. yesterday was a number people who protested against the bills. and mcconnell think that we should be forced to put something in our body. we are here to protect our medical freedom. mimic we are right now experiencing the largest number of measles in over 25 years. we had a pertussis outbreak in 2010. in california, we had 10 infants died. we need to keep our kids safe in school. >> at least seven people were arrested during yesterday's protests.>> the time is 7:55 am. the national transportation safety board wants caltrain to move faster when it comes to preparing highway safety barriers that were damaged by cars. the ntsb says caltrans failed to fix the barrier before deadly crash involving a tesla on highway 101 in mountain view in march of last year. that barrier had been damaged 11 days before the crash.
federal officials say that barrier has been involved in more collisions than any other in that caltrans district, including the crash that killed tesla driver walter hot -- walter hahn. >> it is about having a system in place that allows both caltrans and chp to work together to be sure that they are reported and prepared. >> caltrans says safety is his top priority. it is reviewing the information to determine what it will do next. the construction work on an obsession of track near the lafayette bar station is ahead of schedule now. now bart is going to cut back on the upcoming plan to close. this weekend's track of and down is being changed from a full closure to single tracking. the partial closure scheduled for this 21st has now been canceled. that means the lafayette art
and wine festival will not be affected. there will also be regular art service during fleet works -- fleet week since it is plan for september 23rd has been canceled. more flight emblems that more sfo, because of the runway repairs there, we have the latest on the flight delays and flight cancellations, and both airline and air problems will go on for a week until the repair work is finished. the plan to use hospital bills for the homeless. we will tell you about this new idea in san francisco after mentally ill patients were removed from a hospital residential facility. cility.
strachan early morning water rescue managed to get a woman to safety. hundreds more cancellations at the international airport. the flights that are impacted today. apples biggest event will take place today. a look at what the company is expected to impel. from ktvu, fox2 news, this is mornings on 2. morning everyone. welcome back to mornings on 2. it is tuesday, september 10th .>> you can see some sun behind us. rosemary, not that blast of heat that is on the way. >> we do have another pleasant day coming our way. even a little below average for some getting into the afternoon. for today, lot like yesterday. then as garcia alluded to, we have a big heat up in the days ahead, there is a gorgeous view as the low cloud cover moves through the golden gate and into the bay.
we are with partly clear skies along the coastline this morning and partly cloudy for the rest. another view here, sfo, where you can see the low clouds right on the hillside. we have 59 degrees right now in san francisco. look at these in santa rosa, which is an improvement. santa rosa, napa, some of our north bay areas hitting the 40s this morning. san jose is holding onto the low 60s. we will be partly cloudy away from the coastline today. south facing beaches, places like capitola, they tend to get the sunshine in the afternoon as well. the onshore breeze for fairfield is nine. very come over the north. oakland reporting the west breeze at about six. your afternoon highs for today, very nice. we have got 68 expected for san francisco. low 70s in hayward. low 80s in concord, and mid-80s and antioch. these inland areas enjoying low to mid 80s will eventually get to almost 100 degrees or so.
i will show you when in the extended forecast and just a little bit. it is 8:01 am. we are still monitoring that morning traffic was sal. we do have some slow traffic out there on interstate 80, which has been very slow. this is due to to some earlier collisions along the way between the cockiness bridge in the macarthur maze. it is taken about 50, that is 5- 0, bridge coming out to the macarthur maze. the bay bridge has been typical. if you are driving it everyday, you will not see anything usual. just slocum of course. 880 is slow to getting into downtown oakland. hayward and union city, fremont, if you have time to look at the screen right now, you will see that the backups are slow. we have seen a little bit more slow traffic. it could be getting into cupertino because of apples event. it could be a lot of people were on the road early, that affect on the morning commute. all of the commutes into that west la or sub's. it is 8:02 am. let's go back to the desk. struck a woman had to be rescued from the waters off of an island and alameda. it happened around 8 am around
the parkway. there was a response by emergency crews. to divers went -- two divers went into the water to rescue her. it is not clear why she was in the water. happening today, and other major afternoon flight delays because of a fright delay. >> sarah's life for us here at the internet -- sarah is live. travelers who are impacted just cannot be happier. a lot of anger here at sfo, but the work is necessary. delayed flights are starting to land here at sfo this morning, we did catch up with a couple of people who tell us they have had to change their entire trips around because of these issues. the faa says arrival delays are averaging three hours, 35 minutes today. as of 8 am, fsi was reporting 105 delays and 85 cancellations so far this tuesday morning.
those numbers will continue to go up throughout the day. when the start of the repair work, from saturday to monday, fsa reported thousands of delays and hundreds of canceled flights. that was just in the first three days of the runway closures. we are on day four of 20 of this project. this is to reconstruct runway 28 w. it is the second longest runway that intersects with two shorter runways. the subbase said the runway is failing and it is causing problems with and -- needed closures. we talk to people here this morning who had to change their plans because of cancellations. >> we are planning on actually being around san francisco for a little while yesterday, so we actually had to pay for a hotel another night. we are looking to go to the american airlines to see if they can make up for something.
the president of the airline advocacy groups as passenger should be protected. he says the faa should limit the number of flights coming in and out of the airport, but he has already reduced the total number of flights by 13% to accommodate the work. as a spokesperson did apologize, they said this is the time to do the work, after the summer vacation before the holidays and wet weather. we did ask that spokesperson if the work is on schedule, and he said it is on schedule to wrap up by separate bash -- by september 26. flip of the 27, everything will go back to normal at sfo. happening today, the san francisco board of supervisors will consider whether tobacco proposals to buy pg&e powerlines for two and half billion dollars. they made that offer the letter
sent to the utility. it would include buying all lines, poles, towers, transformers, vaults, substations, buildings, and trucks. >> we assumed rates equal to or less than pg&e to determine whether or not we could provide the service at a price that is more affordable than pg&e, we conclude yes, we can. >> pg&e released a statement in response to the city's proposal. well, doesn't believe selling its assets to san francisco is in the best interest of its customers and stakeholders. he remains open to communication on the issue. meanwhile, at the meeting today, two san francisco supervisors also plan to introduce legislation that will require the leaders of the department of public health to fill 55 beds of a long-term facility at a san francisco general hospital. they announced a plan to use some of this beds who are homeless and in need of short- term treatment or substance abuse and mental health issues. critics say the city leads -- needs is long-term care beds for people with mental needs and drug issues. the city will give the homeless a place to stay as
they look for permanent housing as well as jobs. there's been strong opposition from residents in the north fremont neighborhood that is considered the most likely location for the center. hundreds of people showed up during the council meeting in july to express their concerns. they say they are worried that the area will draw more homeless people to the area which would increase crime and lower property values. that council meeting at city hall is scheduled for 5:30 pm tonight. a san francisco judge is giving the green light for the construction of a navigation center to continue. critics of the navigation center were in court yesterday asking the judge to approve a restraining order to temporarily block construction on the 200 bed navigation center. the judge declined the request, but he agreed to have both sides return september 23rd to present more argument. mayor london breed has been pushing for the navigation center, saying it is a necessary step in helping the city's homeless. those who are against it say they were worried about an increase of crime in the
area.>> it is a low barrier shelter, which means it will have to be mentally ill drug users, sex offenders. >> it is about identifying places that we can use for this purpose and if they are available, if it made sense to do it economically, then we should do it. the city is hoping to open the doors to the shelter in december, but the long-term plan is to eventually build housing on that site. more now on the ghost ship warehouse trial. we are learning more about the jury in this case which delivered a split decision. the jury voted to acquit matt harris, but deadlocked in the case against derek l mehta, and a mistrial was declared in that case. we spoke with one juror who started as alternate juror but was put on the panel at -- as the three women were set on. the jury almost deadlocked on max harris as well, saying that a woman on the panel insisted that harris was guilty. >> one-woman who felt pretty strongly that she said she felt that what she had been through,
him getting off without anything was right. >> after 12 daybreak, he said the woman changed her vote to not guilty. harris was acquitted. as for dara's -- derek l mehta, he was one of the 10 people on the panel who was convinced he was guilty. two women held out for acquittal. strachan really is been reporting from the courtroom since day one of the stroke. if you would like to see is reports, we have them for firstname.lastname@example.org as well as more interviews with the attorneys in this case. the pot lightest -- the spotlight is still on a controversial muriel. what one group wants the school district to do as they prepare to permanently cover the material. apple is expected to unveil a number of new products today. we're live in silicon valley to give you a look at what some new iphones will have. that apple event that we are talking about me a bit more people on the roads in the valley, especially earlier this morning. right now it seems to be improving on 280.
the sheriff's office as well as fremont police. the family of christian told fremont officers and sheriff deputies about his mental health issues, but those warnings were ignored. there legal claim claims that they beat him and they left him chained in a restraint device that he used to try to kill himself. he was later hospitalized and died several days later. the family has hired civil rights attorney, john burroughs. >> given this man's condition, he should've been taken into medical care.>> they say that the young man did not meet the criteria for psychiatric whole. the allegheny sheriff's office and the district attorney's office are investigating the incident. coast guard crews have rescued all 24 members from a capsized container ship off the coast of georgia. four of those men spent 35 hours trapped in that sheltering -- smell during ship. he was set behind some glass in the ship's engineering department. rescuers located the south
korean crewmembers by tapping on the whole of the boat. >> there was a system of tapping where they would do three or four tabs or more and eventually they got tapped back.>> the ship, the golden rick, was caring thousands of cars when a capsized on saturday. is not clear why they turned on side -- uc berkeley is keeping forward to develop the area of a well-known activist site in the 50s and 60s. supporters say the university's plans for student housing and more than 70 apartments for people who are homeless or bat -- are badly needed. they need approval from the board of regents, and the board will not hear arguments until next spring. even if it is approved, it is unlikely anyone will move in between 20 and 2043. all eyes are on apple is a tech giant is holding its
biggest event of the year at the cupertino headquarters. >> cook and his team members are expecting to release the latest iphone.>> reporter: we are not just talking about one new iphone, but three new iphones. i want is what -- i want to show you what is happening behind closings. you can see apple members wearing blue shirts and white caps to direct people where to go. we are hearing some rumblings about what to expect. the iphone launch is expected to be this main event held in the steve jobs theater. apple said that he thinks that be hoping for something different.>> my camera is not as great as i contend, but i'm looking for a new camera. one with better resolution. it is exciting to see what will happen with the new iphone. the last three generations have been mediocre upgrades.
>> there are expected to be three models. the-11, the iphone 11 pro, and the-11 promax. 11 is expected to have a triple camera lens as well as a video upgrade. apple is also expected to reveal an upgrade on its apple watch another hardware, like the ipad. the issue that the tech giant has had is that a lot of apple users are holding onto their phone. they are not willing to spend hundreds, even more than $1000 for a new one. take analyst say that competitors have kept up with apple in many ways.>> i think that apple is no longer way ahead in innovation. i think they are about on par with samsung a google. >> apple is expected to wait until 2022 release a 5g phone. guest are starting to arrive here at apple park. the keynote speeches begin at 10 am. 8:16 am. that big event in pitino may
have been developing practice -- traffic conditions. most of the slow traffic really has been in the east bay. we have had a series of things. today, if you want to dictate in -- we had a couple of minor things here on 680. from concord to walnut creek, it is slow. is a 43 minute drive from the bridge to the maze and at the bay bridge toll plaza, the specter for about a 25 minute wait. 880 into downtown is 12 minutes. we mentioned that the move to the silicon valley was slow this morning. maybe a half hour earlier. it may have had something to do with the apple event or could be coincidence. we do have a lot of slow traffic driving into cupertino this morning on all of the freeways. 8:17 am. let's bring in rosemary. excellent, cell. morning to pick the low clouds. along the coastline inside of the bay.
partly cloudy to mostly clear for the rest of us. the pitchers this morning, starting to rebound, although a bit of a cool start for our north valley location. we will be partly cloudy for the coastline, and mostly clear as we get into the afternoon. the wins are onshore. a light breeze. livermore also reporting the southwest went at about nine. coming in from the north, half moon bay, coming in from the north bay, fsa has climbed -- calmed down quite a bit. early this morning, the winds were gusting to near 30 miles per hour so. temperatures at this hour, rebounding. low 50s and roses willis santa rosa. some of these valley locations in the north face will push into the upper 40s this morning. a nice be -- rebound coming away. 61 in livermore around the bay. 60 degrees in oakland. 59 at for so. here's a view of what we expect for the inner east bay. conquer going into low 80s. the lunchtime, 75, mostly sunny
skies. it will be nice for you there, then hovering in the low 80s for the second part of the day. into the north bay, 75 percent or so. 80 degrees expected for areas over petaluma. as we get into these bay, 72 in san leandro. low 80s for pleasanton. low 80s expected in antioch. afternoon highs for the south become how about 78 in los gatos. by the water in santa cruz, 73 expected there. along the peninsula, upper 70s along redwood city. 68 is the afternoon high for san francisco. if you're going to the giant giants game, it is already cooling off. low 60s expected but the west breeze, anywhere to cool off a little bit. getting into the extended forecast, we began to warm it up tomorrow. by thursday, we are in the 90s for inland cities. 80s around the bay. how to stay right now looks like it is going to be friday, going near 100 degrees for the hotter spots. mid upper 80s around the bay. nice enjoyable weather along the coastline. upper 60s to low 70s for you there. in time for the weekend, we
will drop it off once again a 70s around the bay. mid upper 80s expected for our inland cities. here is a reminder to download the hourly updates as well is the update for you. you can also download from the apple and google play.>> there is a new book from harvey weinstein's case. bythe new york times is at the center of the story. up next, the new fitness trend that takes you out onto the water. we will dive into what is known as hydra biking. ...6, 7, 8 ♪ ♪ ♪ big dreams start with small steps... ...but dedication can get you there. so just start small...
8:22 am. the controversial debate on proposed cannabis farm. the proposal includes four new buildings in the parking lot. the demolition of one building in the renovation of two others. the business would include cultivation, manufacturing, distribution, and a retail dispensary area for delivery. they already received free cannabis essentially, this will be the only cultivation business. tonight, the city council meeting starts at 7 pm at the antioch community center. mm was handcuffed but managed to escape custody and jumped off the parking garage in a local park. yesterday morning, a man wanted to jump off the six floor of
the garage of the great and -- graton casino. deputies were able to grab him and put handcuffs on him, but just 10 minutes later, estep is were walking into a patrol vehicle, he broke free and ran toward the wall and jumped.>> we had a chance to talk to him for a few minutes, and we felt that we seem to have some resolution to the case, but obviously we did not. >> he turned at the right time. he twisted at the right time, and he got away at the right time. i am sure the shares did everything they could. this was just a fluke accident.>> authorities say it appears the man struggled with depression and drugs. the sheriff's departments violent crimes unit is investigating the case. this can venued controversy over a mural at washington high school in san francisco. one group wants to have signs put up exploding the history of the mural for students. if you remember last month, the school board voted to spend 850
philip -- $850,000 to cover the mural. some people are concerned about the students who have to walk by the merrills everyday. the san francisco unified school district will be meeting to discuss the next move tonight at district headquarters. a new fitness trend out there called hydra biking. it is essentially riding a bicycle on water. rented bikes are popular with people who do not normally feel comfortable on the water because they are so very stable. >> one of the nice things for people that are afraid of the water, they are afraid of falling in. then the bikes are very stable. and so i've had some people that are very uncomfortable on the water. the water bikes allow them to get out there and enjoy sea lions. >> the low-impact exercise tops out around eight miles per hour, giving writers plenty of time to take in the sights and sounds that come with hydra biking. plastic straws will be unwelcome in other areas of the bay to the. the latest city to band the single use plastic straws.
very busy night in san francisco with two big events happening. one at the chase center and one at oracle park. we 11 surfaces go this morning with a closer look at the expected traffic jams. this morning's events in the valley may put more pressure on some of the traffic. we are seeing some of that let up near san jose and circum- tino. we can show you what you can expect in the weather forecast for the afternoon coming up.
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ktvu fox2 news, this is mornings on 2. welcome back .>> we will check in with sal and just a bit but first let's check in with rosemary. we have another beautiful day coming your way. especially if you like what we've had recently. temperatures are not going to change a lot. we are getting through the bay area on tuesday. we do have a warmer day. it is coming our way tomorrow. here's a look at sfo. we have partly cloudy spies. clouds along the coastline. low 60s and remorse will san jose. santa rosa, a full 53. bottomed out in the upper 40s this morning. and improvement for you as well. we have mostly cloudy skies along the coastline. it will turn partly cloudy this afternoon. santa cruz, capitola, the
typical spots to get the sunshine. ocean beach, half moon bay. it is likely to be partly sunny and partly cloudy hopefully by the second half. the onshore breeze for oakland is six miles per hour. a gentle light breeze over areas like fairfield. not too bad there. eight miles per hour. very, over the north bay. if you of the afternoon highs expected for today. the pitchers will range from the low to mid 60s along the coastline to 70s around the bay. 71 expected for berkeley today. 85 for some of our warmer locations. that is one of the hotter's spots today. eventually we will be in upper 90s for our inland cities. we will have a look at those numbers coming up it is 8:30 am. was check on the traffic. at the bay bridge, we have traffic inspected for a 20-25 minute delay. it's been a short getting her on the issue because of earlier issues. it will take well from the macarthur mains. it is been slowing down driving
into downtown. as the morning wears on, we have fewer serious crashes because people are going slower. that just means vendor vendors actually. this is a live look at 880. it is crowded which is not unusual. what is unusual is it continues all the way down to the pedis. that is just a little slower than the garden-variety slowing and. it is all slow traffic moving into the valley. 8:41 am. liska back to the desk. the mission bay neighbors will be back tonight. first time two major events happening at oracle park and the chase center. >> we will let you know what people should expect>> reporter: teeple should plan to take public transportation if they're going to the dave matthews concert here at chase center at 8:00 tonight or if they're going to the giants game at oracle park at 6:45 pm. this is the first time there
are two major events scheduled to happen around the same time in the same neighborhood since the chase center opened a week ago. the first concert here was on friday when metallica formed with the san francisco symphony. there were no major issues or big problems. just the usual congestion the people living and working around here are used to. >> there is one colleague who ended up renting a parking space because she could not deal with parking any longer.>> it is definitely busy around here. we wait in lines and we get stuck in traffic.>> earlier this morning, the massive screen on the side of the chase center had the departure times making it clear that public transit is a priority. it is always a good idea that anyone who has a ticket to any event at the chase center can use that ticket to ride muni for free. tonight for the dave matthews concert, they will be offering
street station. they can also take public transit's to get here as well. live in san francisco, ktvu news. the claims from a devastating wildfire that started from pg&e equipment. the fire victims at half of that is intended for them. the preliminary plan filed in federal court as part of pg&e's exit from chapter 7 last year. they filed for bankruptcy in january saying it could not afford billions of dollars in liability from wildfires in 2017 and 2018. among those, a campfire and butte county that killed 86 people and destroyed the town of paradise. victims of the wildfire in paradise have been identified. dubuque county sheriff's department has identified them as evelyn klein, isabel webb, and 79-year-old herbert alderman. they all lived in paradise.
86 people died in that fire last november. a few people do still remain and identified. solving a four-year-old homicide case. the sketches were released of two men they want to talk to about a deadly shooting on october 4th, 2015. the sketches were recently created from descriptions by witnesses who saw the shooting on stanton avenue. when officers arrived, the men were gone but they found 31- year-old dion ward who had been shot several times. he was pronounced dead at the same. if you have any information about the case, you're asked to call san pablo police. struck the national writers association is suing san francisco over its resolution telling the nra a domestic terrorist organization. they use their position to support and to spread propaganda that leaves people dead everyday across the country. the walls who said the city is infringing on its free speech rights. the city's attorney's office responded saying quote it is
unfortunate that the nra would rather rent to court then do something about the epidemic of gun violence in our country. the american people would be better served if the nra stop trying to get weapons of war into our communities and instead actually did something about gun safety. >> with congress back in session, democrats are pushing for gun control. nancy pelosi is increasing pressure on senate majority leader mitch mcconnell to fit that bill up for vote. it would require background checks for all gun purchases. it has already passed in the house.>> there isn't anyone in this institution or anywhere else in public life whose political survival is more important than the survival of our soldiers and the safety of our community. we are not taking no for an answer. struck mcconnell says he will not allow a vote until he knows what president trump is prepared to sign.>> the poll finds nine out of 10 registered voters support background checks for all gun sales. 36% say recent mass shootings
have made them more likely to support gun-control measures and the same poll found 23% believe congress will pass any significant control -- gun- control legislation over the next year. union city is the latest city to ban single-use plastic straw starting on new year's day. to businesses including restaurants and cafis will have to switch to compostable straws. they are not allowed to hand out any condiment cups unless customers ask for them or they are placed at a self-serve station. alameda and san francisco have also banned plastic straws. more on the warning letter that was sent to the company. find out which university was ranked as america's best university and why. it is still slow out there. if you are heading out, it
hasn't really started to get light on the san mateo bridge, for example. but if you wait a little while, it might start to break soon. another mild day around the bay area before we heat it up. we are getting into your bay area wednesday, thursday, and friday. details on what you can expect in the extended forecast. --
the fda says jules marketing practices are misleading. federal health officials cracking down on e-cigarette company juul for its marketing practices. a warning letter on monday said both fda is ordering the nation's best-selling vaping company to stop making false statements about its products. the agency accusing juul of illegally marketing its products as a safer alternative to smoking. federal law all i -- already banning retailers from selling e-cigarette's to youth under 18 with a recent spike in underage vaping ed -- prompting the adding scrutiny. the coming days after michigan became the first state to ban the sale of flavored cigarettes. new york governor andrew cuomo following suit on monday, calling on lawmakers to consider a band on the popular product.>> common sense says if you don't know what you're
smoking, don't smoke at. >> some say the regulations are not enough to keep teens from vaping.>> people still decide to keep vaping regardless of new health and what is coming out. >> the morning following an outbreak of more than 200 lung illnesses related to vaping. agent spokesperson telling the associated press they will fully cooperate with the fda.>> the company as 15 days to provide a written response outlining his plan to fix the violations and 30 days to turn over any requested documents, including marketing and nicotine forla. gary baumgarten, fox news. struck me while, whose officials are encouraging the public to stop vaping altogether until the cause of a mysterious lung illnesses found. 450 cases have been reported across the country in five people have died from the respiratory illness. it is not exactly clear what is causing it or whether it is
related to vaping, but tobacco, combat -- cannabis, or both. the victims or boasts mostly young healthy men. >> a lot of them just started vaping in the last two years is now up to 1 in three on a regular basis. we think that they are particularly vulnerable to this. >> 57 cases of the respiratory illness have been reported in california, although none were in marin county. struck doctors are reminding people that now is really the best time to get a flu shot. this interface the centers for disease control and prevention recommend getting it before the end of october. if you missed the window now, the cdc says the flu shot will still be beneficial as late as january. struck a new controversial state of vaccination bills, cracks on doctors who provide fraudulent medical exemptions from the states vaccines requirements for schoolchildren. the companion bill allows grace periods for schoolchildren with existing medical exemption. several people were arrested at
the capitol yesterday as they protested the bill.>> i don't believe that we should be forced to ever put anything in our bodies. we are here to protect our medical freedom. >> we are here right now experiencing the larger net largest number of measles cases in the last 25 years. >> we need to keep our kids safe in school. >> at least seven people were arrested during yesterday's protest. struck the biggest fire burning in california has grown by 10 square miles since yesterday. the 69 square miles per area per walker fire is north of quincy in the national forest. u.s. for services aspires a 10% containment. public asset roads and trails in the fire zone are closed and evacuation orders are in place. so far, no one has been hurt and no buildings have been damaged. struck me while, and alameda county, cruz from alameda county are working to contain the walker fire.
strike teams from the alameda fire department heading out to assist crews who are already on the ground there. struck a fire station in one county is reopening after it was closed due to budget cuts. it was one of seven fire stations at cost you onto county . it is the 5th to reopen of the seven stations that closed in the county. struck 8:44 am. was talk about traffic. today's a little atypical because of the big event in silicon valley. there is, of course, typical tuesday traffic. struck it is pretty hard to know if the apple event had more traffic in cupertino this morning because everything is slow there. i can say that the crashes that we have that are now cleared did have an impact on the commute. by the time you get to the bay bridge, you are waiting 20 minutes. things are looking better now.
also, the traffic in oakland is looking a little better on 880. things are getting to pull out a little bit. we talked about the traffic getting in this morning. what i noticed this morning is it got started earlier than normal and now it is pretty typical, getting up to the west valley. filling in for steve today is rosemary. sal, we have another enjoyable day coming our way. 60s at the coast, 80s inland. it doesn't get much better than that. if you do like it hotter, i've got that in the forecast for you as well. here's a look at what is going on around the bay area. we have partly clear skies along the coastline. partly cloudy for the rest of us. temperatures are beginning to warm. pigeon went is generally light. we have a onshore breeze moving through livermore at nine. that gus is just starting to pick up at the bay at 17. san jose coming in from the south at seven miles per hour
or so. temperatures right now, 64 brentwood. 62 in concord. we have low 50s over napa, santa rosa. as i mentioned earlier, some of our valley locations sank into the 40s this morning. we are rebounding there as well. 60 in oakland. 60 in san jose. as we get into the afternoon, temperatures in and around santa rosa around the 80s were today. by lunchtime, 75. warmer for the second part of the day as temperatures begin to drop off at 5:00 or so. upper 70s expected for today. 70 degrees for sausalito. into the south area, 77 in the east bay. low 70s by the water in santa cruz, partly cloudy skies i'm upper 70s in redwood city. upper 60s for san francisco. here's a look at your extended forecast. notice temperatures to begin to warm as we get into your bay
area wednesday. the big jump comes thursday and friday when our inland communities get to about 100 degrees or mirroring that mark. around the bay, mid to upper 80s. it will be a very warm one. doesn't last though. temperatures cool off as we get into your weekend with 60s at the coast, 70s around the bay, and 80s expected inland once again. back to you. still to come on "the nine" -- >> they said that my not -- my lungs were decade older than what it should've been. >> a teenager rushed to the hospital only to find out the calls could be from vaping. something that mcdonald's and jack-in-the-box is known for, but another location will start selling breakfast across the country. what the wendy's breakfast menu offers.
a new is in stores today that is about former movie producer harvey weinstein. the books title is she said. we talked to several people at or near the center of the scandal. they said that includes weinstein's brother bob. he said he felt that harvey weinstein suffer from sex attention and said that there was one of the most vocal actresses to step forward. struck santa clara county plans to increase funding for crisis centers to help victims of sexual assault. >> county supervisors are expected to vote on improving thecrisis centers.
there was a lack of funding for fundings, and they have now made a request for the crisis center. the focus of multiple investigations. tim cook is back with this morning's dollars and cents. google and facebook continue to top the list of companies, regulators who are discussing google putting its own products and services ahead of other companies in its search results. facebook has been criticized for privacy and security issues, the european union has already levied fines against both google and facebook for anti-competitive rectus is. this is an ongoing story. the other thing, taking tech stocks down the particular this morning, investors are cautious about the next step in the trade talks. traders are also watching the
european central bank which means this week to discuss interest rates. checking in on the numbers now, pretty flat for the dow. it is been hovering around that level now, 26,008 48. the s&p is down about a third of the percent. the nasdaq is slipping the most. a lot of textiles there. it is almost on a half percent. wendy's is taking his breakfast menu nationwide. it will hire 20,000 new employees to work during the morning rush. wendy's office -- offers breakfast and about 300 restaurants, but the plan is to expand its menu to all of the restaurants by next year. >> the bacon nader for breakfast and the frosty chino. one companies says to the ups will hire people for the avalanche of deliveries over the christmas holidays.
paychecks will be higher this year under a new labor contract. pay range will range from $14 an hour for package handlers and up to $30 an hour for truck drivers. princeton university is once again taking the top spot when it comes to america's best universities. u.s. news & world report released its annual college rankings. analyst ranked 1400 colleges and universities, based on factors like graduation rate, class size, student excellence and expert opinions from educators, and this year's ranking, harvard came in second after princeton followed by columbia and nit tied for third, then gayle rounding out the top five. quite a prestigious list. i thought it was interesting for the first time this year, they included graduation rates for first-time college generations -- first-generation college graduates. >> in the rankings. they are getting into those type schools in graduates at the higher rate. featuring some hollywood blockbusters. the darth vader -- darth vader
helmet. this is going for close to $500,000. the first classes worn by daniel radcliffe in the first harry potter. also costumes -- costumes worn in titanic. one of the dorothy costumes from the wizard of oz, and the auction is taking place september 25th and 26. monopoly celebrating female gain changes by changing the game of monopoly. hasbro is launching a new version called miss monopoly purple mr. monopoly is a real estate mogul, hasbro says his knees, miss monopoly is a philanthropist investing in female inventors and entrepreneurs. the new version has a special twist to draw attention to the gender pay gap. unlike the classic game, women will collect $240 in monopoly money with a pasco. and will collect usual 200. this miss monopoly is starting for preorders beginning today. the visitors from santa rosa police and how the
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♪ ♪ see how investing with a j.p. morgan advisor can help you. visit your local chase branch. the national transportation safety board was countering to move state -- faster when it comes to highway safety barriers damaged by vehicles. they failed to fix a barrier before deadly crash involving a tesla on highway one in march of last year. the barrier have been damaged 10 days before the crash and barrier had been involved in more collisions than any other in that caltrans district, including a crash that killed tesla driver, walter hung.>> it is about having a system in place that allows both caltrain
and chp to work together to ensure that they are reported and repaired. >> caltrans of safety is its top priority. it is reviewing information to determine its next step. walmart says construction a section of traffic in the -- bart says construction on a section of traffic tracking, it is scheduled for saturday september 21st that is now been canceled. that means there will be regular service for fleet week. california's elementary and middle school students will no longer be suspended for falling asleep in class or talking back to the teacher. they have banned suspending young students for willful defiance. it includes willfully defying
teachers and disrupting class. they will be removed from the classroom under the new law. struck the california state senate is expected to vote on a bill that would allow college athletes in california to accept endorsement money. the state assembly gave its approval of the build yesterday bill yesterday and it would be expected to pass the senate. it will be lost in the year 2023. today, a new indoor team will be brought to the city. it was founded by marshawn lynch. the panthers team name was chosen because of the city's history. in the 1960s, black panther movement. today, the team is expected to announce that the team will play at the arena now known as oakland arena starting next spring. it will be part of the indoor football league and play seven home games in oakland there let's take a look at what a photographer in vienna got. a squirrel on camera taking a moment to stop and smell the flowers. he was probably trying to figure out which one would taste the best. the father -- the photographer
took hundreds of pictures and said this was great to witness and very satisfying. now we have this picture to prove it. a dark time in american history explained in a new documentary. we sit down with the director of alternative facts and why the theme is so relevant today. a new series of books teaching students about 9/11. waiting for a good cause. how you can savor the seasoning giveback to the immunity of alameda. we are starting off with a picture of the bay area. the city itself right there in the middle. my friend jennifer and i memorize not just the words, but the moves to