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in san leandro on details. >>a 91-year-old man attacked and robbed in a cemetery while visiting his wife a boy's grave site. how he is doing this morning, and who police are searching for. fallout in washington for the whistleblower complaint about president trump's conversation with the president of ukraine. from ktvu news, this is " mornings on 2." what a friday, what a week, really! i'm gasia mikaelian. >> did you have wipers on? >> no, but i had drizzles. >> some of that is actually recorded in the old tipping the bucket in san francisco. yeah, 0.1, 0.3. i think there will be late tomorrow, then there will not be too much cool air supporting the fog . patrick in redwood shores says you're going to be very busy between now and april. i would so hope. if that is the
case, that would have a lot to do between now and then. a lot of people are concerned to the weather business that would september and october being rather active, that might make for some will to our doldrums, but i don't think this time around. i am going for the cold air. temperatures, 60s on the attempt here for almost everybody. upper 50s, but they were below in the high side. 60s and 70s is we've gone way down compared to where we were tuesday and wednesday. that's all because of the very deep system for the end of september is driving southward, and it will impact the entire west coast even all the way down to baja, eventually by the weekend. low clouds may be pushing up to the sacramento valley. there's an onshore wind for many. 60s for a lot of the times, but it will be cooling off over the next few days. the low which we established in southern california is now visiting arizona, getting drawn up by that system to the north. it will take it northward, still producing some rain.
shower activity over arizona, and they needed, but for us, we are looking at drizzle. best opportunity for rain i think sunday evening into monday. 60s, 70s on temps. 7:01. cell is here. i still have mine outside, but i have covered it. >> i will have a conversation with mike and just a moment about this. good morning, everyone. let's go out and take a look at highway 24 westbound. there's a little bit of wet weather as you get closer to oakland, but here in lafayette it's not really wet, and it's not really so here. when you get to the other side of the tunnel, there is some slowing. 30 minute drive to the carquinez bridge to the maccarthur maze. it's been wet, as steven has been talking about. it's basically like it has rain
even though it came down in the form of drizzle. roads are wet. this is a look at interstate 880. in oakland there was some slowing heading down to haywood. uchitel it's friday. the volume is lighter even in the silicon valley though. for sewing on 85, but nothing compared to what we had on monday through thursday commute.; two, let's go back to the desk. lanes are opened after a deadly crush. a white nissan sentra crashed into a dump towards., 2:00 is one of to the driver, a 38-year- old haywood man, died at the scene. always reopened around 4:30 this morning. 7:03. an east bay high school football game is back on after the game was canceled because of safety concerns. please say some kind of threat was made, the game was canceled, only to be put on again hours later. was kind of confusing. ktvu, allison rodriguez, you are in san leandro. explain this to us. >> reporter: san leandro high school as opposed to host
oakland mcclymonds high school this evening for that friday night football game, and now we are hearing that the game is back on, but it is not going to be here. that came originally canceled after authorities say there was some type of threat made between two groups. at this point, they aren't saying what that threat was, only that police and the heads of both schools agreed to cancel the game out of, quote, an abundance of caution. just hours later, we then learned the game was back on the table, only this point administrations are not going to be releasing details about it publicly. mornings on 2 head coach michael peters said he was mad about the initial cancellation giving the attention these games get from skeptic college recruits. typically when security issues are brought up, you may notice a stepped-up lot force and presence at games, but this cancellation was a first for some officials. >> in the three years i've been here, we have not had any games canceled, so we don't anticipate this happening again. maybe there is some people in
san leandro who don't like some of the people oakland. maybe there's some kind of disagreement there, so i think this is unique to the situation. we don't expect this to happen again. >> reporter: now, all of this, after weeks of violence at youtts games. the most recent last weekend in philadelphia when shots rang out at a high school football game, and at the end of august, 10 people were shot after high school football game in alabama. at this point, we still don't know what type of threat prompted police and school officials to make an initial call here. what we do know is that administrations are still hashing out details about that rematch. reporting live in san leandro, allison rodriguez, ktvu fox 2 news. in san jose, an all girls high school is now investigating past reports of sexual abuse. now last year, presentation high school was hit by allegations made by 20 former students. the school administrators did not act on their complaints of sexual abuse by teachers and staff. the former students claimed
administrators at the school knew about some of the alleged abuses dating back 30 years but never reported to authorities. now, the school has hired a team of external investigators to look into those claims. in santa clara, police are looking for whoever attacked an elderly man visiting his wife a voice gravesite. the 91-year-old man was at the mission city memorial park in santa clara the morning of september 14. an attacker hit him in the back of the head with a rock and robbed him. the victim is now out of the hospital and recovering. >> given his age, this is not a type of an attack that is just a physical attack. this is a emotional and psychological attack on him as well. >> this is a police sketch of the attacker described a 35 to
50 years old with grace, slicked back hair, and a gray mustache. he was between 5'9" and six feet tall, he was riding a gray and black mountain bike. a group of men are due to appear in court today after being arrested for a weekend burglary at a marijuana dispensary. please in san leandro say surveillance video led them to the suspects. investigators believe they were responsible for at least three other burglari in the east bay. the arrest led police to a storage locker linked to the suspects. insight, investigators say they found semiautomatic handguns, high-powered assault rifles, high-capacity magazines for ammunition, and more than $40,000 in cash. fema is planning to remove trees destroyed in the camp fire. trees are being removed as they could follow public roads and buildings in butte county. arborists estimate there are still more than half 1 million burned trees. in vallejo, a massive fire that started earlier this week sparked up again. firefighters say that high winds cause a fire to reignite
at about 1:00 yesterday afternoon. crusade the fire burned another 40 acres. estimates are that -- the marin fire department still urging people to steer away dry brush to cut down on the risk of spreading fires. the department has a very aggressive inspection program that lets people know what they should do when their property is knotting in compliance with fire prevention guidelines. the main goal is to not allow flying embers from a nearby fire and high winds to set off dry glass your homes. fire officials say brush a basement is the number one priority to make sure homeowners have the best fire protection they can. for the first time in 40 years, thousands of santa clara county police are preparing for a possible strike. union members say unfair labor practice by county management hurt their ability to provide vital needs of patients be hundreds of workers marched to the office of the county executive yesterday demanding that the county address staffing shortages and working conditions. last month, 97% of the employees on the right to strike the negotiations continue, but the two sides have yet to reach an agreement.
>> we're negotiating. after this, of course, i'm going to go upstairs. we're going to continue to negotiate. the county admits that our case load standards are too high, but they aren't willing to budge on the numbers. >> unionized workers are also asking for pay increases. the creation of a fund that would help pay for child care for members as well. not sure yet if or when the employees may go on strike. still ahead, a female under fire for making controversial statements. was only people upset. a woman's purse is stolen as she shopping in east bay. what these are now doing that
has alameda police warning people. and it's been a li wet on some of our dings, the bridges see that although this bridge does not look to what, but you might run into some drizzle , and we will tell you how that is affecting the morning commute. from wednesday's record heat and much cooler temps today, will there be rain in our near future? we'll take a look. ws- including one enhanced view that makes your trailer appear invisible. wow. that's pretty sweet. that's cool. where'd the trailer go? or, get a total value of ninety seven sixty on this silverado all star without optional tech package or enhanced invisible view. find new roads at your local chevy dealer. ["white rabbit" by ♪ one pill makes you larger ♪ and one pill makes you smaller ♪ ♪ and the ones that mother gives you ♪ ♪ don't do anything at all ♪ remember what the dormouse said ♪
we are monitoring a developing story in portland international airport. there was an officer involved shooting just before 5:30 today. appalling officer shot one person. that person is in the hospital with nonlife burning injuries. is not affecting flights, but the lower road in the pickup area of the portland airport is blocked off. our time is 7:13. police and oakland and alameda working together this morning. they want to find the suspect to snatched a woman's purse, then tried to break into her house. a 73-year-old oakland woman was shopping and alameda wednesday night with relatives at the south shore center when a robber violently attacked her in the parking lot, grabbing her purse, and jumping into the passenger seat of a car. the woman's wallet and house keys were in the purse, and
police say the same men drove straight to the woman's house and used her keys to open the front door. >> they were not able to make entry because her husband, the victim was husband, was inside the residence. >> i'm glad somebody was there and was able to either stop the crime or prevent it. >> police say if you are a victim and you have your id or keys stolen, immediately call 911 to stop the robbers from going to your house. the police say dispatches can immediately send police to your house , or you can call your local police department. police looking for gunmen that opened fire in a road rage incidents. the two cars were driving recklessly were late wednesday afternoon. other drivers for the lives and called for him. the driver of one car fired another vehicle leaving bulletholes across the passenger side. the driver of the car with gunfire was shut and then he began driving until he slammed into a fence. >> he crashed his vehicle down the road into offense, and he began running down the street. our deputies located him, and he was transported to a local hospital for non-life-
threatening injuries. >> the suspect took off in a silver ford taurus and crashed into a power pole several miles from the shooting scene. when authorities arrived, there was no one in the car. time is now 7:14. federal authorities have cleared to sacramento police officers of civil rights violations in the controversial and deadly shooting of stephon clark. the u.s. attorney's office says there was insufficient evidence to bring charges against those officers involved. now the shooting happened in march last year. police were searching for a person breaking into cars and say stephon clark matched the description. they started to chase him and say he didn't follow commands to stop running . the police believed the phone he was holding was a weapon, and they shot and killed stephon clark. >> this flight will just continue. this is the fight i've decided to be in for the long run. i'm not going away. i'm not being quiet. i'm not lowering my tone. >> sacramento police 's daniel
hahn said police officers involved will go back to active duty. he also said his department is trying to prevent similar tragedies in the future. it is 7:16. house speaker nancy pelosi was speaking earlier this morning about the impeachment inquiry into president trump and said she's worried about the safety and security of the whistleblower and his or her sources. >> see, what the president said goes beyond irresponsible. it's dangerous. whistleblowers have an important role to play an unfolding law enforcement, and on revealing wrong doing in our government. is their complaint has been deemed by the inspector general as credible, and also of urgent concern, therefore sent to the director of national intelligence, the law says the director must send it to congress. the white house
intervened, the executive branch intervened, and held them back from doing that. i feel sad for him because he's a respected professional. >> now speaker pelosi's, the coming of details about the whistleblower slowly are coming out. reporter tracking all the fast- moving development in this. he is the latest. good morning. >> reporter: dave, emphasis on the word slowly in terms of details, and remember, as i tell you that the new york times now says that this whistleblower is a cia employee who spent time assigned to the white house. we may never learn their name if their name is classified in their work undercover. as for what the president things about this person and then also some of the other people who were involved in this whistleblower complaint that were listed by the whistleblower as having supplied some information, just take a listen to this audio tape obtained by the l.a. times of the president talking yesterday. >> you know what we used to do? we used to handle it a little
bit differently. >> reporter: yesterday, the president acting director of national intelligence joseph maguire testified in front of congress with a different message. >> this is unprecedented, and this is a unique situation. i want to stress that i believe that the whistleblower in the inspector general have acted in good faith throughout. i have every reason to believe that they have done everything by the book and follow the law. >> reporter: but president trump said there was nothing wrong with his july 25 conversation with the ukrainian president, and things congress is investigating the wrong person. >> if that's an absolutely perfect phone call to the new president of ukraine. that was a perfect call, but adam schiff does not talk about joe biden and his son walking away with millions of dollars from ukraine, and that millions of dollars from china. >> reporter: speaker nancy pelosi is not satisfied. cautious pceeded in the march 2 impeachment. >> this is a cover-up. this is a cover-up. i think what he did is broke
the law. the law is very clear. this is nothing we take lightly. >> reporter: no congress is out of session for the next two weeks, but that does not mean thing stop there. we understand the white house is trying to prepare some responses to the individual complaint in that whistleblower document that went on for nine pages. >> all right, leland vittert from washington, to. the impeachment inquiry will be a major topic on our weekly political show "the issue is." you can watch it this sunday morning at 6:30, followed by "tran07," and "tran01 sports" this weekend. i'm wondering if that drizzle is affecting traffic.
>> gasia and dave, let's go o and take a look at the commutes. some of these pictures have bullet roads, others will not, but there is still some slow traffic here on the richmond bridge. it looks like it a try there right now. just down the road though, it's a little bit wet on your approach to the maccarthur maze. was beginning to dry up. it was what earlier, with more drizzle. here at the bay bridge, it seemed as if there was whether earlier and it's backed up now all the way out to the maze. do want to remind you that tonight, there is a baseball game at at&t or oracle park, part on me. it's going to take away from it on program that. oracle park has baseball all weekend long. that's going to be a well attended game. this is a look at oakland in front of the oakland coliseum. there are no problems on 880 anymore heading from hayward to union city. a little bit of slowing and the
traffic is going to be okay. 7:20. this is silicon valley, not too bad pia 7:20, it's pretty nice today. >> silicon valley does not wake up until 8:00 based on your map. we at temperatures that went way up here to way down here in two days. from wednesday and today, yesterday was a transition it. san francisco mother was 77. today was 90. wednesday was as record-setting 94 . yesterday was 77. that was the warmest temps and the city. and that a bunch of them, and there is a bunch of 72, 73s, but 77 was the warmest. there were others a good few degrees cooler than that. 71 santa rosa, oakland 72, livermore and san jose. on wednesday, temperatures were up in the 90s or 100s, and you can see how far we've gone from wednesday's highs to friday's highs. 60 zillow 76 in concord from 99 two days ago 270. friday drizzle, although it does seem to be lighting up, a
big fog. it's made it all the way to the sacramento valley. any rent for us? i think our best opportunity will be sunday into monday. there will be sierra snow baby down the 5,500 feet, and the leading edge of us at the beginning to make its presence felt for the entire west coast, and the biggest impact will be up towards measuring feet of snow. the historic event may be so early for them in the season, but also for much of the west coast, including all the way down into the desert southwest in southern california eventually. for us, it's a low cloud deck, and there's a lot to go around this morning along with the wind. there will still be a pretty good breeze over most of the weekend. higher elevations, east bay hills gusev 32 out of black diamond out of the west, and humidity. 99%, 100% in the fog there for a lot of the oakland hills or berkeley hills. 60s on most of the tabs. woodacre 55. couple days ago they were 79, 80 degrees. 59 in bodega bay as well. the low in southern california, arizona is kicking else, but
the fog is not. the windy and cool and will take us into your sunday, monday, all the way into early next week. 10 degrees to 30 degrees cooler than where we were, and i think rain is cooler for us in the weekend. there will be temperature staying unseasonably cool going into your weekend. 7:23. drivers on highway 37 in the north may have to navigate major traffic congestion, flooding. coming up, how to make that highway safety and more reliable. what witnesses say may have led to this day and deadly landing. the juul record.
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♪ it's beatles friday humor because the beatles 50 years ago in a day ago, it was september 26, 1969, they released their last album " abbey road," and we are playing beatles songs as a tribute to the beatles. this is from brandon reiss. i guess his wife is having a birthday. happy birthday to brendan reiss's wife. [ laughter ]. see what i did there? all right, so thank you for sending us your requests . we have a couple more to go. i take your requests every friday morning. see the hashtag #tran01. rapper rami malek is facing backlash on social media after remarks he made about sexual assault victims during a recent interview. earlier this week, the "love
and hip-hop and call your start questions why rape seek reparations, comparing it to prostitution. she says she and a family member were in a situation similar. she would not want anything to do with the attacker, only to see him punished. they call the comparison a gross simplification. to see if he is investigating the death of a skydiver killed in lodi after landing on the highway. officers say the skydiver took off from the lodi parachute center. 28-year-old woman from columbia and five others jumped from the plane. the young woman was blown off course. she landed on highway 99 and was hit by a big rig. people who drive a 99 say they've seen skydivers over the freeway before. >> the way that they do it, they actually fly over the freeway and then come back to the grass with a lance. >> you see them coming down, and someone swings around, and it looks like they are going to land on the freeway, but they
don't normally. >> there have been other fatalities and violations at that parachute center. from 1999 through 2018, 16 people died jumping from planes that took off from the center. you might see a lot more jazz and schools. people are clamoring to be among those chosen to spend 30 hours and a coffin as part of six flags' discovery kingdoms right for us. we will be there live as the park is gearing up for halloween.
taking a live look at the golden gate bridge. it's awfully great here. part of the bay area are being sprinkled or drizzles and are damp. plus i saw a sprinkle on my way to oakland this morning, so the weather has changed, done a 180 from where we were a couple days ago. >> of course it's as simple as abc. thank you for joining us friday morning, september 27. i am dave clark. and i'm gasia mikaelian. >> now going into next week, so there is a lot of cool here on the way. gasia, we have a lot of drizzle. emeryville, our good friend says there's a lot in emeryville. el cerrito, inverness, san francisco, measurable limits. a couple 1/hundred. way, way down from the upper 90s to 100, 6270s, everyone will be in there with below average temperatures, including
san francisco, santa rosa, oakland, livermore, and san jose, 66 to 72, and a very dynamic, strong system is hitting the net west coast. most of the activity will be east of west of us, but we have a low cloud deck only much to all the way to the sacramento valley. helped along by a rather robust onshore wind in the 60s but a few 50s, but a lot of 60s, and look for the slow, deep system for the time of year to settle in, so windy and cooler. it will take us into the weekend. 60s, 70s, there will be some snow in the sierra. probably sunday and monday is the best opportunity. the traffic volume is a little better today, steve. we don't have as many people hitting the roads right now. there are some slowdowns. let's begin with interstate 80. a 32 minute drive from the carquinez bridge to the mazes not too slow considering what time of the morning it is. here it is, 7:30, the peak of
the commute, and it is backed up to the bay bridge for a 20 minute delay. no problems getting onto the bridge. this is a look at interstate 80 in oakland. the traffic is okay. we had a string of crashes on the nimitz freeway. you can see a bunch of them. there is some slowing there, and it's also been wet on some commuters you heard steve say. the south bay commute is getting busier and 85 northbound, downtown san jose looks all right. we will start with an update on the developing news at the portland airport, where there was an officer involved shooting at about 5:30 this morning. police shot and injured a person who was then rushed to the hospital. the officer was not hurt, the police have not yet said why they opened fire. just minutes ago, an alaska airline baggage worker described the scene. >> a lot of people were talking about it. >> the airport slower roadway to the arrival barrier is currently blocked up. flights in and out of the portland airport are not affected. a two week vacation starts
today for the house of representatives, but the impeachment inquiry into president trump, that will keep hanging over washington. yesterday, the head of national intelligence testify before congress during an explosive hearing, where he set a whistleblower complaint said president trump pressured the president of ukraine to investigate former vice president joe biden. he also said the transcript of the call had been moved to a computer system for classified information. happening today, the hayward school district is among many school districts taking part in something special. national campaign to get fathers more involved in the education of their children, it's called the million followers march. tread once allie rasmus joins us live to get us more information on what is going on today. good morning, allie. >> reporter: good morning, dave. that and other father figures will be getting the vip treatment this morning when they drop their kids off at fairview elementary here at the hayward. they've got a check in sheet behind us with a father's
pledge wall. you can see some pictures of last year's event with some fathers and their children who took part in this as well, but when people come in, they will be able to walk through, take a picture here with their student, they will pick up pastries and other snacks they have set up as part of this event, and the father's will be walking down the screen carpet that that is the school colors here. this balloon arch and once they are inside, there will be some reading activiti their kids as well as a rally and some other sporting events, activities they are going to have your. this is for the million fathers march. let's go to the video from the event last year. the goal is to get dads and other male role models involved in their kids' lives by taking them to school and taking a pledge to be involved. is start with a nonprofit group in chicago years ago, and now it has spread to a national campaign, including other schools and districts in the bay area who are also going to be taking part in it. they will have a transitive this morning and martin luther king jr. middle be the research
shows when fathers are actively involved in their student information education, the students get better grades and have fewer behavioral problems. >> this is huge. just having a stable father figure and others in our kids' lives makes a bigger difference and help them educationally, so it's very important. >> reporter: and with that goal in mind, data and other father figures taking part are going to be asked to take a pledge to get more involved in some of the promise they had listed on the suppliers that they will be handing out to organizers, from organizers to people taking part . some of the things listed here, take my child to the first day of the school year, also a pledge to pick up their child's progress report or grade report at the end of the year, and also promised to meet with their child's teacher at least twice a year to stay up to date on their progress. but these are expected to get started here in the next hour or so. we will be here to cover. live in haworth, allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. really could be coming to drivers who have to navigate a tricky stat between novato and
vallejo. northbay leaders hosted a meeting to address chronic congestion and flooding there during the rainy month. long-term solutions to include an elevated colorado toll which between novato and vallejo, but a replaceable highway 37 could be 20 years away. another option is converting the shoulder to an added lane at peak times similar to what we see on the reference nfl bridge the that that would take five years. to avoid a repeat of last year's flooding, they will install floodgates, fixed drainage, and build up the pavement. local couples are celebrating the halloween season by taking part in a kooky and ghoulish challenge. >> the people who take part in this will never be closer than they will be this weekend. tread once cristina rendon, you are at six flags "discovery kingdom. you look so much different, cristina. who was your -- >> reporter: that's what
happened, dave, when you spent the last hour inside a coffin. how do i look? how was my makeup? you know, i have not had breakfast this morning. i wasted away just a little bit, but not to worry. here is the real me. these are all of our challengers. behind us this morning, they are getting ready, they are prepping their coffins. they brought blankets and things to prep inside. we are starting off with andy. what did you want to come and do this? well, my sister son told me i couldn't do it, so i'm going to prove him wrong. >> your sister-in-law did it last year? >> she did it last year, she won. she ran to the bathroom, ran back. estate,. >> reporter: 30 hours is a long time. what is your plan of attack, your strategy? >> i'm going to nap as much as i can, and i'm just thinking of something that i find entertaining. >> what kind of stuff that you bring with you? >> i brought a sleeping bag and a little mat that's like a small camping blowup mattress and a pillow because they are really soft and comfy. >> the two women are a team, so if one of them get that, that's it. the whole team is done. it that and couples, and the other couple overhears from
oakland. carmen, i hear you love halloween, like you picked out your outfit months in advanced, right? >> yes. >> reporter: whats your fascination? >> i mean, it's the one time of year you can dress up in your old 30s, and no one is like why is she wearing a tutu? it's fun to dress up and be someone else. >> reporter: can you last 30 hours? >> i sleep a lot, like more than i should. i think about. >> reporter: erupting your boyfriend here. are you excited? you're not into this? >> i'm excited. i want to make her happy. >> reporter: that is love, folks. so if you guys can survive the scariness and the fear and being inside and that's all you claustrophobic? >> i'm fine. >> reporter: thanks, guys. they started to 30 minutes. it starts at 8:00, and 88:30, they will get wings brought to them. i don't think they know that. i think i just gave up that little trick, so they will have
to eat these wings without their hands, so we will see how that happens. it starts at 8:00 it goes away until 2:00 pm saturday. that is three hours, and if they make the challenge, they will get $600, a season pass next year to six flags' discovery kingdom, and they will get vip wristbands for fright fest, so it's going to be very, very cool for them. they love halloween, they are ready to go. we will see how they do it. it all started in:00. >> reporter: you were inside there, it was close. what did it feel like for you? >> okay, you know, it is not so bad at first. you get inside, and honestly the coffin, they have a slip right here, and they have mesh, so i will open it up and show you. you can see how wide it is. these coffins are actually a little bit smaller an hour compared to the ones that were last year, but i will say just being in there for about four or five minutes, my heart started beating, and i was kind of nervous because you are standing on a little piece of a wooden platform. this is all you have for your
see down there. you are leaning back, so they will be like this for a couple of hours, then i am told in the middle of the bathroom break and food breaks, they will get out, keep their coffins and put them flat on the cement and on the ground, and then they can sleep in there if they'd like. that will be the overnight hours, so it's difficult. is not an easy thing. i thought it was going to be a piece a cake, but it's going to be a challenge. >> we will talk to you later. health insurance costs have been a record high. we will tell you how many more people are paying more, and that is pushing some people to drop their coverage. plus, doordash, the food delivery service, hit with a massive data breach. what the hacker stole, and what you need to do if you've been targeted. good morning to mike mibach. you take a peek at the 8:00 hour, mike? coming up in the next hour, a 9-year-old girl will be making history tonight during paris fashion week. what she will be doing on the runway that is being called inspirational. coming up on "the nine." >> [ rapping ] >> rolling lattice back in the
issue in this live picture. this means no one is departing sfo until it at least 8:15. is not for another half hour. some flights aren't even taking off to land at sfo, so the impact is being felt at other airports, not just the one here at home. we're staying on top of this when it comes to weather and traffic. steve and sal has you covered. 's doordash apologizing to almost 5 million of the users. the county based in san francisco says hackers stole information about customers, businesses, and contract employees. doordash says names, email addresses, delivery addresses, phone numbers, payment information, driver's license numbers were stolen. doordash says they have increased their security since this happened. the company is telling all of its users change your passwords. uber has cut hundreds of jobs in the bay area this month. includes more than 200 positions in san francisco and 62 in palo alto. uber posted a loss of more than $5 billion in the past quarter, along with its slowest ever
growth rate. uber riders in the bay area can now use public transit options. the ride to select the transit feature with the buses, b.a.r.t., trent, buses, and fairies. this includes wait time, cost, and transfer information. want riders to consider all transit options, even if it means choosing public transportation over uber. some disappointing news on the economy and trade with china that's affecting stocks today. >> pam cook is in the studio now to bring us more in "dollars and sense." tread talks set to resume in october. the u.n. meeting in new york that the u.s. and china have shown some goodwill in the negotiation and has hoped that that would continue. when the opening bell rang this morning, the focus was on the tech stocks once again. silicon valley directly affected by trade with china. taking a look at the big board, the numbers have been kind of up and down this morning. here's a live look at the dow jones. it's up a quarter, 62 points, quarter percent to 26,009 54. the s&p 500 also down excuse me, up just slightly, but the nasdaq is down a bit to 8023.
disappointing economic before the bell rang this morning. a new report showing consumer spending dropped shortly in august. according to the bureau of labor statistics, household spending was down in august from july, and it's the weakest performance since february. incomes the were up slightly in august. healthcare costs setting a new record in the u.s. the nonprofit research group kaiser family foundation reports the average cost of health insurance is now more than $20,000 per year. this set a new record. it is 5% higher than last year, and researchers found rising premiums are actually forcing some families to drop their coverage because it is just too expensive. amazon is offering a new way to delete your alexa recordings. the company says it saves commands to improve the service, but that has raised concerns with privacy experts who say the recordings could get into the wrong hands. now, users can ask amazon to automatically delete recordings
. after three months or 18 months. before the new change, users had to go into alexa's settings to delete those recordings manually. that option is still available if you want to immediately delete your recording, but amazon still needing to work with some of his privacy issues. >> all right. pick. we're going to get you out the door first. you wanted to mention a special screen your part of. oh 7:00 pm, at some of high school in oakland, there's a screening of a documentary called manchild, the shea cotton story. >> chez cotton was a basketball legend here in the bay area. even the pros talk about how good he was. >> oakland had a great basketball team. >> this man was incredible. anyway, manchild will be shown tonight, 7 pm, castle mart high school, and part of the proceeds will go to lamont high school, and i just wanted to point it out it is something you may want to see tonight. a lot of people will.
you know, i won't get into it more because i have to do the traffic, but oakland has a rich history of great basketball players coming from oakland. let's go out and take a look. let's go to the bay bridge maccarthur maze area, and it's backed up all the way out to the maze . lights are on, so this is a typical back up. it is a little better than it was yesterday and the day before, and there is slow traffic driving past the coliseum in oakland, driving up to downtown, although again it's not quite as deep as it was the other day. if you look at the east bay map, we do see some slow traffic. highway four does have a slow down, and it's not as low as it was yesterday. there is a crash right near the 586, 580 interchange. silicon valley beginning to fill in a little bit, and as i show your picture, i would not say that's really sunny, but it is dry, and there is some sun peeking through san jose. perfect transition for steve. we talked about the air delays. gasia mentioned them. there are any delays into san
francisco, steve, but not into oakland or san jose. sal, can we mention one name? bill russell. >> yes, let's start there! >> thank you. we do have a few breaks and low clouds. there's fog back out there, and the sky blooming for some. here's the sky over venetia this morning. all the way up in the sacramento valley, 70s for many, even inland which were in the hundreds a couple days ago. 68, quote degrees in venetia. 66 in the city, a lot of low 70s. we've gone way above to below on a lot of these temps. lots of drizzle this morning from el cerrito, oakland, emeryville, all the way to part of the coast and into the city. anyway for us i think would be late sunday into monday. there will be sierra snow later in the weekend down to maybe 5000 feet. that is high, i mean it is almost hard to fathom when you look at some of the projections and how strong and deep the system will before the end of september. this is not something we see by
the end of september usually. is a pretty good breeze, and the and result in the wind has picked up, temperatures have dropped, and low clouds are in place. stickies on a lot of these temps as that system dies down, is going to usher in some very cool air over the next 48 hours. very cool loads i think are in our near future for next week. some of this could be in the 30s up in the north bay. 40 for others. the heat is on. 10 to 30 degree drop on these temps. there will be a break in the low clouds. there will be too much cool air to support it, cumulus clouds will be popping up north and east over the weekend. and don't get caught up in the sierra. i did not think it was going to snow. tomorrow will be cooler. some highs on sunday, maybe into saturday. could be hard for us to get over 70. that is how cool it's going to be. maybe some rain for us late sunday, monday, but more likely a cool, breezy, windy pattern. one woman, of terrifying situation after getting a manicure. coming up in the next hour, what happened to her after getting her nails done, and why she almost lost her hand. and you like pumpkin spice, or do you like chocolate more?
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help! ♪ we've been hearing that song in a commercial a lot. someone actually requested it. "help!" that is john lennon singing. he said it's one of his favorite songs he actually wrote. looking back, he said that. thank you, byron logan for that request. if there is a special so you want to hear, we are doing the beatles today. we usually have a theme. just use the hashtag #ktvu on facebook or instagram. this week, the postal service is honoring a mailman in the sacramento area because he saved a child's life, and andy read it has delivered mail for 22 years. earlier this month, he saw little boy alone near the road, where he quickly drove his milk rock across the road blocking other cars trying to get anywhere near that child. and the child's grandfather then ran over and scooped up the little boy.
>> i was so lucky somebody was there, that i was there to take action and do something. something bad could've happened. obviously glad nothing did. >> reporter: the little boy's name was braxton, and while mr. rendon was being honored for his bravery and quick thinking, little braxton was given his own mail carrier's uniform. school officials and the east bay say they are seeing lifesaving results from a near app, where students make anonymous tips. it is called say something. students are using this app to notify administrators about any thoughts of suicide or violence, bullying, even more. the app launched this year for the brentwood unified school district , and administrators say six lives have already been saved by this app. >> 39 days in, we received 42 tips so far, is where the police department who went out
to a homer intervened with a student, six were lifesaving tips. >> it's scary to think about, but so many children out there are thinking about harming themselves or anyone else, but the fact that this app is able to help them in saving themselves is amazing. >> now, the students could download the free app. they can choose a school they attend, then submit any tips. and if it's a life-threatening tip, it will be sent directly to the police. get ready for flu season. doctors are warning get your flu shot now. lauren blanchard tells is what you should know and when the flu season will be the worst. >> reporter: even though health officials aren't sure what to expect from this year's flu season, the center for disease control and prevention is urging everyone to get their vaccination early. >> we want everybody to get the vaccine before the big flu season hits. usually, that hits somewhere in late fall to early winter, so we tried to get everybody vaccinated before that time. >> reporter: cdc officials the
inoculation is the best way to prevent the flu, and anyone over six months old should get vaccinated by the end of october. according to to the agency, only 45% of adults and six and the percent of children took the precaution last year. while it is hard to predict how hard influenza will hit, specialists have tweaked the vaccine for 2019, hoping it will better combat the virus after two particularly bad years. 2018 saw one of the longest influenza seasons on record, and the previous year marked the flu's highest the death toll in recent decades. in addition to getting the vaccine, it is important to cover coughs and sneezes. wash hands frequently, and stay home if you are sick. if you start experiencing the symptoms -- >> fevers, chills, body aches, those are classic symptoms. >> reporter: consult your doctor right away.
flu season typically kicks december and february, but can stay active into the spring. last week, president trump signed an executive order aimed at developing better vaccines to protect against the flu. in washington, lauren blanchard, fox news. only three games left for giants manager bruce bochy before he retires. this weekend, the giants will hold special ceremonies honoring him. one of the best managers in major league history, including bringing in the players for the 2010, 2012, and 2014 world series seems. not ticket prices for the final game of his career on sunday keep going up. the cheapest ticket on seat geek is for $100. a football game in the east bay concerned with safety
concerns. why details are being kept so secret. a 91-yr-man tacked and robbed while visiting his wife's gravesite. how he is doing this morning, and who police are looking for. more followed in washington from the whistleblower complaint about president trump's phone call with the president of ukraine. the president reaction to that was about and congressional democrats. from ktvu news, this is " mornings on 2. welcome back to " mcclymonds." we will start with some weather delays at sfo because there is a grand stop at san francisco international airport. you can see the raindrops on the screen of the camera. flights are not a capital 8:15 at the earliest because of weather and low clouds. it's also effecting some incoming flights, meaning other planes aren't leaving their airports and their departure cities. we're going to keep monitoring the situation. we will bring update as soon as the airport begins allowing departures and arrivals. let's check in with meteorologist steve paulson. is is widespread about the bay area? >> it is. so yes, there are many reports of drizzle this morning,
probably again tomorrow, and after that it will be too much cold air coming in to support the fog. a really strong system for the time of your coming in. this week in the city, mother was 77, today was 90, a record- setting 94 on wednesday yesterday 77, today 66. temperatures have fallen off the table, and they are going to stay there for a while. very strong system is digging into the entire west coast in advanced of that. it is really picked up that fog bank and sent it all the way out to sacramento valley. onshore wind kicked in yesterday. that's going to be a pretty good breeze over the weekend. this a few 50s, but a lot of 60s, but people are saying the lows are low. wait till monday and today. this is a moving and will give the sierra some snow. if we've got any rain, i would think late sunday, monday. here is sal. we do have slow traffic still on many spots, although it is noticeably lighter on this friday that it has been the first four days of the work
week. let's go to the maccarthur maze and begin there where traffic has recovered after earlier issues. it's only taking about 30 minutes to drive from the carquinez bridge to the maccarthur maze, and when you get there, there's a 15 and 20 minute delay. you can see traffic is moving along okay here in oakland, and if you look at the maps, there have been some slow traffic on 880 from san leandro and 580 also slow as well. that become an everyday thing. i want to mention something that may take you by surprise. west town 580 coming up to the double interchange, there was an earlier crash, and look at all the slow traffic in livermore. usually that's not happening, so that will take you by surprise. silicon valley commute is looking kind of typical, slow as you drive up to to cupertino. let's go back to the desk. all and on six south on 680 are open after a deadly crash. a white nissan sentra dumped around 2:00 this morning. the driver, a 38-year-old hayward man, died at the scene. all lanes were reopened around 4:30 a.m. a high school football game concerned but details on where and when this game is going to
happen is being kept quiet. live in san leandro with more on this story. good morning, allison. >> reporter: yeah, these two teams were set to meet up and play tonight here at san leandro high school, and at this point we do know that they are scheduled to meet again, but we don't know exactly when. those details being kept private at this time. the matchup was that between oaklands mcclymonds high school and san leandro. on thursday afternoon, word from san leandro unified school district, official tweeting out that the game was canceled due to safety concerns. the school's website saying they were contacted by the san leandro police department, which have been working with oakland school police department. they been looking to some kind of threat made between two groups of people from both areas. >> i think there is kind of vague threats of some kind of violence between parties. we don't know whether it was coming in a, specific to any weapons or anything like that, so it has been very vague up to
this point. >> reporter: by early thursday evening, san leandro school officials confirmed the game had been reinstated, but it was not going to be open to the public, so at this point all they know is that details are still being hashed out, and when they are, they won't be announced due to safety concerns. mcclymonds head coach michael peters telling "the east bay times" saying he could never remember having again canceled due to a. no word yet on how police became aware of this threat or if they know exactly who the parties are that are involved in this. again, the details are keeping pretty close to the chest at this point. we do know that the jv team from mcclymonds was set to play here tonight as well. their game has been rescheduled, but they are going to play tonight, just against a different team. reporting live in san leandro, allison rodriguez, ktvu fox 2 news. in san jose, and all-girls catholic high school is investigating reports of sexual
abuse. high school students alleged that 30 years ago, school administrators did not act on their complaint of sexual abuse by teachers and staff. the former students claims administrators at the school knew about some of the alleged abuses but never reported it to authorities. now, the school has hired a team of external investigators to invest the claims. police are searching for whoever attacked an elderly man visiting his wife's gravesite. the 91r-old man was at mission city memorial park in santa clara the morning of september 14 be an attacker hit him in the back of the head with a rock, then rotten be that the victim is out of the hospital and recovering. >> given his age, this is not the type of an attack that is just a physical attack. this is a emotional and psychological attack on him as well. >> this is a police sketch of the attack is described as 35 to 50 years old with gray slicked back and a gray mustache between 5'9" and six
feet tall, medium build. he was riding a granitelike mountain bike. a group of men are said to appear in coat after being arrested at the marijuana dispensary. surveillance video led them to the suspect with etiquette as they are also responsible for at least three other east bay burglaries. the arrest led police to a storage locker that is linked to the suspects. inside, investigators found semiautomatic handguns, high- powered assault rifles, high- capacity magazines, and more than $40,000 in cash. fema is planning to remove trees destroyed in the camp fire. the truth are being removed because they could follow public roads and buildings in butte county. arborist estimate there are still more than half 1 million burned trees. and vallejo, a massive fire that started earlier this week's part of a give you high winds caused the fire to reignite about 1:00 afternoon. the fire burn through another 40 acres. apron 10 acres on wednesday. investigators say the fire started after someone cut into power poles, likely to steal copper wiring. marin fire department urging clear dry breast to reduce risk of wildfires
spreading. the department has an aggressive inspection program to inform people of what they should do when the property is not in compliance with fire prevention guidelines. the goal, not although flying embers from a nearby fire and high winds to ignite dry grass right near their homes. >> we see an increase in people's concerns and fears, so they tend to call and coming in a, voice their concerns about neighbors. >> everyone is to participate in making sure that their properties is fire resistant as much as possible. >> fire officials a brush abatement is the number one priority in making sure that homeowners have the best fire prevention they can't. for the first time in 40 years, thousands of santa clara county workers are preparing for a possible strike. you can members say unfair labor practice violations by county management hurts their ability to provide the vital needs of residents. hundreds of workers marched to the office of the county executive last weekend to address staff shortages and working conditions be the last one, 97% of workers authorized the strike. the two sides have yet to reach
an agreement. >> after this, of course i'm going to go upstairs. and one of the negotiations. we are going to continue to negotiate. the county admits that our caseload standards are too high, but they aren't willing to budge on the numbers. >> unionized workers were also asking for pay increases, the creation of a fund that would help pay for the entire members, and is not clear if i went in place may go for strike. a female rap artist under fire for controversial remarks on sexual assault survivors. why so many people are so upset. a woman's purse is stolen as she shopping in the east bay but it did not stop there. what the thief did and has alameda please warning people. good morning. we have a commute that has had been affected a little bit by the wet weather, but not everywhere. here on the richmond bridge approach, it looks dry. there's a little slow traffic. a very deep system coming
police in oakland and alameda are trying to find the people who not only stole a woman's purse, but then tried to break into her home. a 72-year-old woman was shopping in alameda wednesday night with relatives at the south shore center , when a robber violently attacked her and that parking lot, grabbed her purse, and jumped into the passenger seat of a car. the woman's wallet and house keys were in her purse, and police say the same man drove straight to the woman's house and used the key to open the front door. >> they were not able to make
entry because her husband, the victim's husband, was inside the residence. >> it's scary, but i'm glad somebody was there and was able to either stop the crime or prevent it. >> police say victims weather ids and keys stolen should immediately call 911 to stop the robbers from potentially going in their house. people looking for gunmen who opened fire in a road rage incident. witnesses say the two cars were driving recklessly late wednesday afternoon. other drivers on the road fear for their lives, call for help. they said the driver of one car fired at another vehicle, leaving bulletholes across the passenger side. the driver of the car hit with gunfire was shot in the knee and kept driving until he slammed into a fence. >> he crash his vehicle down the road into a fence, and he began running down the street our deputies located him, and he was transported to a local hospital for non-life- threatening injuries. >> the suspect took off in a silver ford taurus and crashed into a power pole several miles from the shooting scene. when authorities arrived, there was no one in the car.
federal $0.30 clear to sacramento police officers of civil rights violations in the controversial and deadly shooting of stephon clark. the u.s. attorney's office said there was insufficient evidence to bring charges against the officers involved. the shooting happened in march of last year. officers were searching for a person breaking into cars and say clark matched the description of that suspect. they started to pursue him on foot and said he did not follow commands to stop running. officers say they believed a phone in his hand was a weapon and shot and killed the 22-year- old. >> this fight will just continue. this is the fight i've decided to be in for the long run. i'm not going away. i mean, i'm not being quiet. i'm not lowering my tone. >> sacramento police chief daniel hunt said the police officers will return to active duty. he also said the department is working to prevent similar tragedies in the future. happening today, the trump administration will make its
case in federal court in los angeles about changing guidelines for detaining migrant children. a hearing is the focus of a 1997 agreement that spells of custody conditions for children detained at the border. the trump administration says the agreement should be terminated because there are near custody rules. immigration advocates warned the changes could keep children detained indefinitely. the trump administration is cutting the american refugee program almost in half. the white house that it would accept 18,000 refugees over the next 12 months, down from the current limit of 30,000. it's a record low for the program. the administration said the united states is already flooded with peop trying to get into the country and says a better solution is resolving conflict abroad that causes people to flee their homes. has begun as he spoke spoke earlier this morning about impeachment inquiry into president trump. she said she is worried about
the security of the whistleblower and his or her sources. >> i think what the president says goes beyond irresponsible. it is dangerous. whistleblowers have an important role to play in unfolding, revealing wrongdoing in our government. if their complaint has been deemed by the inspector general is credible, and also of urgent concern, and therefore sent to the director of national intelligence, the law says the director must send it to congress. the white house intervened. the executive branch intervened and ld himback from doing that. i feel sad for him because he's a respected professional. >> pelosi's comments this morning, as details about the whistleblower slowly start to come out. reporter leland vittert is tracking the fast-moving developments in the impeachment inquiry. >> reporter: the near york times reports this morning that the whistleblower is a cia employee who spent time at the white house. as for what the president thinks of the whistleblower and those who gave him information, just take a listen to this clip of obtained by the los angeles times of the president speaking yesterday. >> it was fine. you know what we used to do? we had spies. we used to handle
it really differently. >> reporter: get today, the president's acting director of national intelligence joseph maguire testified in front of congress with a different message. >> this is unprecedented, and this is a unique situation. i want to stress that i believe that the whistleblower and the inspector general have acted in good faith throughout. i have every reason to believe that they have done everything by the book and follow the law. >> reporter: but president trump says there was nothing wrong with his july 25 conversation with the ukrainian president and thinks congress is investigating the wrong person. >> absolutely perfect phone call with the near president of ukraine. that was a perfect call, but adam schiff does not talk about joe biden and his son walking away with millions of dollars from ukraine and the millions of dollars from china. >> reporter: speaker nancy pelosi is not satisfied, cautiously pressing ahead in the march 2 impeachment. >> this is a cover up. this is
a cover-up. i think what the dni did is broke the law. the law is very clear. this is nothing that we take lightly. >> reporter: congress is out of session for two eks, but that is a mean thing stopping our john roberts at the white house reports the white house is now working on a statement to address claims in that whistleblower report that the transcripts of this call have been moved to a code word protected computer system. in washington, leland vittert, fox news. the impeachment inquiry will be a major topic on our weekly political show "the issue is. alex michael dickson test will include mark sanford, former minnesota governor, and the prime minister of armenia. you can watch this sunday morning at 6:30 followed by "tran07" and "tran01 sports." you know, right now, what's happening is the fog or the
drizzle has lessened a little bit, and also it's a little lighter so people are taking it easy. for example, where mike drove through it was still dark, little weather. now it is a little drier, and the commute is a little lighter than it was. this is what happens on a friday. it is still a rather heavy at the bay bridge, but you can see the roads aren't quite as well. earlier, it looked like it had rained out there. right now it's not that way. 880 north and 580 west are slow getting into oakland. going the other way to union city and fremont is moderate. they cleared up the crash on the dublin interchange, and that is improved things there, a silicon valley commute is okay. look at the center in san jose. this is the perfect transition to my friends, mr. steve polzin. one with sun in san jose. most locations are overcast be the big fog banks metadata the sale the , and the drizzle was there. we had measurable lemanski dino el cerrito, berkeley,
emeryville, over to inverness, san francisco, sfo, and a crazy week here. temperatures mainly in the warm side, but boy did they fall. yesterday, 88 livermore and mother, nadia today, livermore was one of the few warmer on tuesday than wednesday when they were only 97. dropped 10 yesterday to 87. today we are going 72. from wednesdays 90s and 100 including santa rosa, san francisco, concord, and san jose, 260 zillow 70s in just two days. today's highs will be in the 70s. a low to mid 70s around the bay. 60s, 70s even on the coast 60s and also low, low 70s. that's near the coast. we are looking to that system to continue to march in from the north and it will impact the entire west coast. for us, it's a form of low cloud and onshore winds which started yesterday. this is still pretty good gotten higher elevations. 1600 feet just north of clayton. 60s on a lot of these flows, but they are going to turn colder sunday into monday, so
they are pretty mild. pacificus 58. everyone else on the peninsula is in the low 60s, including belmont at 64. southern california, rain has ended. that low which is still giving arizona little bit of rain, about time they got some. was not one soon, but they will take it. it's going to keep temperatures cool there. that's going to start to drop down. if you're heading to phoenix or scottsdale, upper 80s and low 90s and the wind picking up in las vegas and that we can as well. much cooler for just about everyone on the west coast. we will see some highs in the upper 60s to low 70s as we get into sunday and monday. some of that will filter into the weekend. mainly sunday into monday. the big drops in temps from 10 to 30 degrees. in the sierra, we will be dealing with snow up to 55 feet on sunday afternoon, into monday. tomorrow looks a teeny bit cooler. that is a lot of 60s. or very low 70s, so if you enjoy this kind of weather,
this weekend it will be very falah, you guys. drivers on highway 37 in the north have to navigate a ton of traffic every day, and often flooding is also happening there in the wintertime. the near proposals 237 safer and more reliable. after a break, what a woman almost lost her hand after she went to get her nails done. ♪
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back in near boiling water releases 11.6 billion microscopic pieces of plastic. while they are not visible with the naked eye, doctors worry they could potentially host a hazard. marker plastics are higher than they believed and fueled concerns about micro plastics in our drinking water. a tennessee woman says you must foster hand to a flesh eating bacteria after going to a nail salon. >> i went to get a manicure, and fall out was there, i got poked in the thumb. a couple hours after i left, my thumb started throbbing. >> jane sharp said not only did her thumb start to swell. within hours, she had flulike systems. by the next day, she said the swelling had spread a pastor elbow. now her daughter is a registered nurse and urged her to see a doctor, then diagnosed her with flesh eating bacteria. sharp had to have multiple surgeries, and it took several months to recover. she is now pursuing legal action against the nail salon.
the cdc said the bacteria can be deadly if it is not treated. chp is investigating the death of the skydiver killed in lodi after landing on the highway. officers say the skydiver took off from the lodi parachute center yesterday afternoon . the 28-year-old woman from columbia and six others jumped from the plane, but the young woman was blown off course. she landed on highway 99 and was hit by a big rig. people who drive on 99 say they have seen skydivers over the freeway before. there have been other fatalities and violations connected to the lodi parachute center. rapper remy ma is facing backlash and social media after remarks she made about sexual assault victims during a recent interview. earlier this week, the "love and hip hop: new york " star questioned why rape victims seek constitution restitution. she added if she or family member in a similar situation, she would not want anything to do with the attacker, only to see them punished. joe budden and his cohost disagreed, calling it a
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from ktvu news, this is "mornings on 2." good morning, everyone. i am mike mibach. let's get you updated on the ground stopped underway in san francisco international airport. here is the live picture . you can see range up there on the camera lens looking out to the airport. a lot of drizzle in the area. we have not yet heard back in the ground stop has been lifted. sfo at last check that it's underway because of low clouds
ceiling forcing the airport to slow down. the ground stop is still underway, and we will continue to check with the airport managers throughout mornings on 2". rough rising, steve paulson, it should not surprise anyone. >> we talked about drizzle, but you get 0.2 on san francisco, officially there's been reports of .03, so just a crazy week you. temperatures on monday 77, 90 on today, record-setting 94, and on wednesday, then thursday with 77, today will be 66. as he mentioned 0.2 on drizzle, and that brings the ranier total two one hundredths. there have been many reports from sfo to inverness. all in on some of the drizzle this morning. and very, very strong, into september. the system is digging into the entire west coast. it has taken that fog back and said that all the way back to
sacramento valley with a robust, onshore wind and some of the higher elevation. east bay hill 20 to 30 miles an hour mainly on the west. 60s on most of the temps, but by monday and tuesday we will be looking at 40s for a lot of these lows and some really cold air on the way. there's not a lot of moisture with this system, but i do and that's the sierra will get some snow out of this late into the weekend early into monday. if we do get any rain, i think it will be sunday, early morning as well. a lot of cooler temperatures and very falah like with 60s and 70s. we do have traffic that is still an issue on many commutes, although it is mostly slow traffic and not a lot of crashes, but there are some. northbound 11 san jose, as you're driving up to the san jose airport area and into sunnyvale, pardon me, 280 if you drive up to cupertino, it looks all right. no major problems. you can see there is some slow traffic where the two freeways meets. 85 has some slowing.
as we talked about the airport delays, now driving to the airport is going to be all right, and the east bay commute is very slow in oakland. northbound 880 and was found 580, san mateo bridges okay. den martin bridges okay. 8:32. let's go back to the desk. a 33 investigating and officer involved shooting at the portland airport. police shot and injured a person at 5:30 this morning right outside the baggage claim area. the person shot by police was rushed to the hospital. in alaska airline baggage worker described the scene. >> a lot of people were still talking about it. i just wanted to make sure everything was okay. police have not said why they opened fire. the airport slower roadway is currently blocked off. flights in and out of portland are not impacted. the house of representatives in d.c. is going on a two week break, but the impeachment inquiry into president trump will continue. yesterday, the director of national intelligence testified before congress in a hearing where he set a whistleblower
complaint that president trump pressured the president of ukraine to investigate former vice president joe biden. he also said the transcript of the call had been moved to a computer system for classified information. happening now, there's a party at harewood fairview evelyn driscoll. hundreds of people are gathered outside as part of a nationwide campaign called the million fathers march. ktvu allie rasmus joins us live back to tell us all about it. hey, allie. >> reporter: yes, we are at fairview elementary in hayward, and this is where earlier this morning the dads and father figures who drop their kids off at school got the vip treatment. you can see all the balloons, there is a wall, pledge shine up sheet were father-son of their kids' and pledge their support, pledge the involvement in their kids' education. now that the school has started though, all the people who were dropping the kids' off have now got into the library. i'm going to hold back so we don't interrupt the talks going on, but the photographer is heading in to give you a view to see about 100 people in this
room. a lot of debt and audience hearing from the principals, administrators, and others out being an active part of the community. before the school day started when people were just arriving here at fairview, the principle of this pre-k to six grade elementary schools that he expected 200 fathers and father figure to take part. they had a great turnout so far. the goal behind this nationwide campaign, the million fathers march, is to get that in other male role models involved in their kids information lives by walking them to school and pledging to take part in their kids' academic areas. the fathers that signed that pledge wolcott snacks, took pictures with their kids, and many of them after they wrap up their presentation at the library, they will be going with their children to do some reading and other sports activities with their kids from the day. we talked to some's parents, somebody's this morning who said they were delighted to take part of this. >> great. making them feel great that they are doing this because like i say, we don't have too many opportunities to show. dad works hard. but they never hear about the time that we take out to do
things like this. >> all my kids are grown now. so you know, it feels good. >> reporter: and with that goal in mind, organizers handed out the flyers to all the data to check in and signed that pledge this morning. it spells out and lists some of the things that they are encouraging father figure to do during the academic year. the include volunteering at their children's school, keeping tabs on their progress reports and report cards, and agreeing to meet with their teachers at least twice a year to stay updated on their kids able to progress you live in fairview elementary in hayward, allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. navigators have to get through a tricky stretch be the northbay leaders hosted a meeting to address congestion and fighting. the include an elevated causeway or toll bridge between novato and vallejo, but a replacement for highway 37
could be 20 years away. another option would be to cover the shoulder into an added lane in peacetime, but that would take five years. tried to avoid a repeat of last year's flooding, caltrans opposition biggest, install floodgates, and clear drainage. contestants are being challenged to stay in a coffin for 30 hours. ktvu cristina rendon live for us at six flags discovery kingdom to show us one of the main attractions at fright fest. good morning, cristina! >> reporter: good morning to you, mike and gasia. this challenge went viral last year and they brought it back this year. now it is a couples challenge. these are our lucky 6p the more than 400 people apply to do this, and they were the ones chosen. it's incredible . this challenge is about the couples. one of them gets disqualified, then the team itself gets disqualified. >> eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, and one.
and 30 hours has officially begun for 2019. >> reporter: yeah, that was the countdown at the top of the hour. the time started at 8:00 start. the challenges is to be inside 30 hours straight. there will be some bathroom breaks every three hours or so. is also going to be some games and unaffected challenges, but if they make it there, they will win $600, a 2020 season pass, and a vip haunted maze wristband. back out here live not, we will give you a look at what is happening. these are some hot wings, some tenders they are putting on some paper plates. this is part of their very first challenge. they are going to eat these wings, and they are going to do it without their hands, so it looks like you guys are going to be eating these wings. what was it like the first 30 minutes so far? how has it been? >> amazing. just being locked in a coffin, vampire status. >> reporter: we will move over to andy. andy told us your sister did it last year. you brought a book.
what has it been like last year? you guys been keeping you -- >> we're having that conversation sometimes. >> reporter: you might remember the last hour, they were leaned up against a platform back here. within the last 10 minutes, they brought those coffins down to the ground. they will be setting up to eat these wings, then they will probably be back out, put the conference back up again, and vice versa. that's how it's going to be all day, up and down, up and down, and how do you guys feel? everyone great asked that mr. terrible. so they are going strong. we are in the first hour in the thick of it. it goes until 2:00 tomorrow afternoon, and again if they win, $600, not a bad gig. it's not so bad inside. they were able to bring four comfort items could. could be a good thing, but it's
a challenge. >> looklike it. we will see you in "the nine." do you like pumpkin spice or chocolate? >> chocolate. >> chocolate year-round, but we will tell you what nearly half of americans say they prefer and why. doordash, the food delivery service, with a massive database. what hacker stolen what you need to do if you've been targeted.
traffic jams this morning. we were celebrating "abbey road" being released on september 26, 1969, a year and a day ago. if you have an idea for next week's team, let us know on social media. just use the hashtag #ktvu on facebook or instagram. 6:30 our time. the focus was on tech stocks once again. silicon valley affected by trade with china. the nasdaq is down one over one half of 1%. the dow is not doing too bad, though it did give up some early gains and essentially it is sea level right up smp is down almost at the ever- present. doordash is apologizing to nearly 5 million of its users. san francisco based company says hackers stole data about its customers, businesses, and contract employees. doordash says names, email addresses, delivery addresses, phone numbers, payment information, and driver's license numbers were stolen. doordash is its increased data security since the hack. the company is telling user to
change its password. american cannot get enough pumpkin spice flavored foods or drinks, despite ihlen season calmly serving american salon about their pumpkin spice cravings. 46% said they consumed more pumpkin spice than chocolate during the fall months. 66% they say consumes 12 q3 pumpkin spice items. these range from pumpkin spice latte stew even pumpkin spice spam. >> i make a pretty mean spiced pumpkin muffin. >> you eat a lot of pumpkin spice this time of year? >> i just make the muffins. solids, we are transitioning into fall. the weather is affecting traffic. very nicely done, gasia. it's not your first time on this tv set, is it? this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. that is backed up for about the 20, 25 minute delay. no major problems on the bridge, and it looks like it's dried off a little bit from the early morning drizzle that was coding the roadways. things are a little bit better now. it looks like my computer maybe stuck. let's go this way. there we go. san mateo bridge, that is going
to be moderate. if you are driving on any of these commutes, the slowest one is into oakland on 880 from san leandro. peninsula commute is okay, and the silicon valley commute is fine, and there is a little bit of sunshine here. this is highway 87 below, but i see a little bit of sunshine here in this picture, which makes a perfect transition to steve paulson. thank you, sal castaneda. there's a lot of look at the many reports of low drizzle in around san francisco, parts of marin county, and also towards el cerrito, emeryville, berkeley. our good friend antonio says there's a big change. currently 59 with a 0.05. you're not alone. our good friend has a 0.05. at 0.2 in lynden, 0.01. there is 60, 70 temperatures
way down from wednesday. 30 degrees for some. strong system digging you not only to the pacific northwest at all throughout the west. it will be mainly a winter producer for us and cooler temperatures to the cold air does not get here until sunday, but low clouds are here. the onshore wind kicked in wednesday afternoon. i will continue. still 20 to about 30 miles an hour east bay hills, but a lot of 60s. closer one, but they will cool off, and i think these water temps will as well. bodega bay stays cool, but with a strong system coming down, we should get a pretty good north was slow coming in sunday into monday, and i suspect water temperature to go.. this will be a snow producer in the sierra. more likely in the weekend, maybe some thunderstorm activity also up in the sacramento valley and also maybe the mother load to do something to what if you're heading out for any part of the weekend. for us, mainly a color pattern, with the pattern as well. it will be a decrease in low clouds, so it will be sunny for
some, but sierra still can make it down to 5,500 feet. if we get any rain, it will be sunday evening into early monday. looks to be our best opportunity. tomorrow looks to be even a smidge cooler. a lot of 60s do very, very low 70s, so we've come from really hot to very cool and very fall like. that will take us into the early next week, you guys. preparing to run? the new york city marathon, and what this woman is doing under challenging circumstances. we are going to introduce you to the daughter of oakland a's manager aleksei melvin, and check in on her training. if you plan to take b.a.r.t. into the city, from the east bay, prepare for delays because we will talk about truck repairs that will be impacting a major highway as well in east bay.
b.a.r.t. writer should expect delays because of ongoing truck repairs. part is actually repairing or replacing tracks in contra costa county that are nearly 50 years old. the transit agency plan to shut down train service between the one a click and a registration for six weekends, but work is ahead of schedule so instead of tracking and running buses, bartell singletrack trains. construction will close two eastbound lanes of highway 24. port hope to solve the problem of their invaders. it is a swing style barrier
that looks like the preferred choice for transit staff and police. these would be the new gates. b.a.r.t. says it could take 3 to 5 years before he is able to install these gates at every station. part, but the way for the new $150 million gate system. >> the concern the people had about safety on the system, when they see the system the people can't just push their way through, i think they feel better about it. hopefully that means more people will arrive. b.a.r.t. estimates 5% of riders don't pay before they get on board, and that pays up to $25 million in lost revenue every year. climate activist the protesters are hitting the streets around the world for the second friday in a row. in new zealand thousand of the mr. somebody take it to the streets. these protest for last week's climate strike demonstrations, and in montrial 16-year-old greta term berg leading climate activist is expecting to speak
at o'reilly today, and former california governor arnold schwarzenegger let her use his electric car to get there but it admissions free. greta speech at the united nations earlier this week inspired others to call them world leaders to do more to reduce carbon emissions. more climate rallies are expected to take place here in the bay area for the demonstrators are planning a rally outside chevron headquarters in san ramon starting at 9:00 this morning. their germanic chevron stop using fossil fuels by the year 2025. other rallies are taking place they out that wells fargo in santa cruz and the brazilian consulate in los angeles. with cooler weather coming, a new survey finds there's a strong boost in dating activity in these colder months. according to dating.com between november and february, there is a 30% uptick in dating activity on its platform. one is called other, those using the dating prayer service at their 55 more likely to turn to online dating. the user said they were lonely during those months. 60% they turned to online dating as an effective and quick fix to their anxiety or
sinus. is built the world's largest hip-hop festival coming back to the oakland coliseum. we will let you know what is new this year at rolling out bay area where we sit down with one of the cofounders. a 9-year-old girl is going to be making history tonight during paris fashion week. why she is setting the stage on the runway. from the couldn't be prouders
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a popular dog breed says he regrets it. the lab or doodle, the creator brett the dock to solve a problem to be used as a service animal for people with allergies. everything changed when he was looking for a home for two puppies and he turned to the media for help. he says he worries about puppy mills. a young model is taking the stage today at a paris fashion week so show. 9-year-old daisy mae dimitri will make history as the first w amputee to walk the runway. the 18-month-old daisy had an amputation of both of her legs because of a birth defect. now, she wears carbon blades.
a year ago, her father suggested she try modeling and she has never looked back. >> i get my hair done, then i get my makeup done, then i put my jacket on and i do the caught lock. >> it's important to do this with children, because children are more open, they are not conditions. when they see diversity and inclusion on a global platform, they think i can do that, i am equally as wonderful. >> daisy made history earlier this month as the first child that bill amputee to walk the runway at new york fashion week. >> the u.s. postal service is honoring a mail carrier for saving the life of a child. andy rendon has delivered mail to orangeville for the past 22 years. he saw a little boy all alone right near the road. he drove his no truck across the road and blocked other cars from getting too close to the child. the boy's grandfather came running over and scooped him up.
>> i was lucky someone was there and i was there to take action and do something, or something that could've happened. i'm glad nothing did. >> the boys and ms. braxton. brandon was honored for his bravery and quick thinking, braxton was given his own uniform. school officials in the east bay are saying based received they are seeing lifesaving results from an app that makes allow students to make anonymous tips. the app just launched the school year for the brentwood unified school district. administrators say six lives have been saved by the app. >> 39 days in, we have received 42 tips so far. eight where the police department went out to a home or intervened with a student. six were lifesaving tips. >> it is scary to think about that so many children out there are thinking about harming themselves or anyone else. the fact that this app is able to help them, and save them is amazing. >> students can download the
free app, choose the school they attend, and submit tips. we should mention if it is a life-threatening tip, it will be sent directly to the police department. a movement to get dads and father figures were involved in their child's education. we will let you know about the millions fathers march happening at schools across the bay area. plus, rolling loud returns to the bay, we are catching up with a founder to talk about what's new at the hip-hop music festival, and how fans can get a chance to meet g easy. >> how do you pour the perfect beer? we will find out, when in brewing company stopped by to kick off national drink a beer day. all right, turn it up. that is what i used to say friday night when i would tell great at a little place that they called candlestick park. the doctors were in town. the tickets are