tv KTVU Morning News Early Edition FOX July 12, 2013 5:00am-6:01am PDT
already lined up early this morning for a free giveaway. we will tell you what they are waiting to get and why receiving it is so critical for them. good morning. thank you for joining us on this friday morning july 12th i'm pam cook. >> sounds good doesn't it? i'm brian flores in for dave clark today. let's get a quick look at weather and traffic. steve, i guess it's pretty quiet. >> it is quiet. cool down a little bit. >> nice weekend i hear. >> they are all very nice. [ laughter ] weather wise as well. now also you want really warm weather then you will have to go inland. pretty big fog bank out there. sunny and breezy. 60s and 70s and 80s inland. steve, good morning. northbound 101 san francisco looks good if you are leaving san francisco and heading down to the airport or beyond that 101 also looks good on the bay shore freeway. and this morning cease commute is looking good in san jose
along northbound 280 getting up to highway 17. at 5:00 let's go back to the desk. we are following breaking news from sfo this morning. san francisco firefighters responded to smoke coming from the wreckage of flight 214. ktvu claudine wong is near the airport where crews are clearing the crash debris. claudine what is going on? >> reporter: we just got word from the san francisco airport that there was smoke coming from the wreckage as they tried to remove it. let's show you what we can see from our advantage point. you can see the wreckage is still there. but a lot of heavy machinery in place. we also want to show you a video from an hour ago when we first arrived on scene and we could see a lot of fire trucks there that had their lights on. and they were all obviously focused on that scene. and again apparently there was smoke spotted coming from the wreckage. firefighters put it out pretty
quickly and they are back to business this morning. now they did hold a press conference or news conference last night to talk about getting this runway back open. this is where flight 214 slid along the runway. we're talking about 1,000 tons of asphalt. we're talking about electrical work and test flights. but they have had an average of about 100 cancellations a day since this happened. since they had to keep this runway shut down one of four runways here at sfo. and the priority this morning is to get the wreckage off of this runway. >> we're facing delays and cancellations right now. cancellations have been running about 120 a day. so getting the runway open is very important. >> reporter: but it will take a lot of work. so again they are working around the clock. crews are very busy out here. if we can come back out here live to sfo and runway they
should have daylight in a few short hours here. they are working quickly to get this done. we will keep an eye on this situation. obviously removing a piece of wreckage like 214 will not been b an easy process. they are working into this morning. we are not sure when they hope to pick it up and haul it away. we will keep an eye on things and let you know how things develop out here. >> thank you. of course go to ktvu.com for more coverage of flight 214. we have posted new images of the crash scene. a carjacking suspect was taken to the hospital after leading oakland police on a short chase. it happened at 10:30 last night. the chase ended with a crash in the area of 82nd avenue. the car overturned in the middle of the street.
the suspect got his sam pinned beneath the car and was taken to the hospital. oakland police will be out in full force looking for a missing toddler. officers plan to return to the apartment where 20-month-old daphne webb lives and search along the shoreline in oakland. family members are now getting help from the polly class foundation. the searches come after a cadaver dog picked up a scent at the family's home in a trash can and on the pillow case. >> people are looking at him like this bad guy. like a criminal. >> daphne's mother says her husband left ever their daughter in an suv with their grandmother because he wanted to buy an energy drink. he was in the store for about 15 minutes and did buy the energy drink. daphne's father john webb is expected to be arraigned today on child endangerment charges.
police arrested webb yesterday for leaving the girl with her 87-year-old grandmother who suffers from advanced dementia. webb is not considered a suspect. he has been cooperative but he is being held on $100,000 bail. san jose police officers won't get the 10% raise they were asking for. an arbitrator decided they won't get anymore money. the police officers association stays officers deserve the raises after taking voluntary pay cuts two years ago when the city was having -- >> i don't know how many officers have to leave this department. >> i know we lost good officers that have resigned or retired. >> the city is offering a separate deal that includes a 2.5% raise and a bonus for staying with the department. the union says that still wouldn't make san jose competitive with other agencies. a federal civil rights
agency is investigating allegations of sexual assault and harassment alto ghschool. they have opened an investigation into allegations that the school did not respond quickly enough to report a sexual assault victim is being harassed at school. a parents group has accused the school district of failing to in fact the claims in the article. ferry riders could start paying to park at terminal next year. today the golden gate bridge district is expected to approve the plan to charge between $2-5 do park at the terminal for 24 hours. the district say there is are two benefits to having riders pay for parking. one it generates money and could encourage riders to find other ways to get to the terminal. >> that is not going to be met with much enthusiasm, sal, for the people who take the ferry
because the ferry is not cheap. i know. more people have been taking the ferry since after the bart strike. we have been looking at the numbers and bart numbers are slightly down. ferry numbers are slightly up. coincidence, maybe but there is certainly a correlation there. let's take a look at what we have now. this is a looks at 80 westbound. no major problems here as you drive to the toll plaza. the toll plaza is really what we look at the most. if something goes wrong here, it effects many other commutes. something happens on the commute, people try to find other ways. and it effects many other commutes. let's move along and take a look at the commute here on northbound 280 in san jose that traffic looks good. at 5:07 let's go to steve. all righty sal, thank you. a very good morning. well, if you are watching in southern california believe it or not some people do. i watch you streaming.
they've had a lot of cloud cover from rain yesterday. things are thinning out but there is a little bit of rain down there. cloud cover not even close to us. low pressure is moving in. we had a stronger one that settles in. it looks look it will stick and stay. this has really opened the door to the westerly wind. it's a quiet pattern. morning fog clearing to the coast. sunny, breezy. maybe a little windy in spots. 55 half-moon bay. 55 livermore. san jose in there 54. west, to 21 keep an eye on things. been coming down a little bit at fairfield. again you don't have the tremendous difference for temperatures inland. 43 up in tahoe. 53 ukiah. cloud cover keeping las vegas palm springs in the humidity. should start to clear out today. we have expect for night, morning fog it will be sunny and breezy. there is a big fog bank out
there. temperatures there really kind of held in check. a lot of 70s. santa rosa, novato, san rafael. 70s with a pretty good breeze. san jose 77. redwood city 74. 60 half-moon bay a little cool. not much change saturday. slight bump up inland. early next week could see a little warmup but again nothing extreme. >> thank you, steve. 5:09 is the time right now. we want to take you right back out to sfo this morning because happening right now you can see they are removing the bulk of the plane the crash 214 from the runway. the big goal they are trying to get the runway back open by this sunday. that is the goal right now. again we wanted to take you out there live. our own claudine wong is out there. she's been watching this progress throughout the morning. they are removing the plane. there is a lot of work to be
done. still a lot of debris in and out of the roadway. they have to repair lights around the runway and replace the asphalt. we wanted to take you out there live this morning. pretty potional moment for a lot of people to see that plane being taken away this morning. we wanted to show that to you live. time now is 5:10. some parents camped out overnight to make sure their kids have the supplies they need this coming school year. this is a live picture outside of sacred hard. this morning they will be -- it's designed to give low income families backpacks. ktvu janine de la vega is live at sacred heart. >> those are such great events. just wonderful. school supplies are very
expensive. 5:10 is the time. documents leaked by edward snowden show a cozy relationship between microsoft and the national security agency. also the public appearance that snowden is reportedly making today at the moscow airport. plus new information surrounding the investigation of bankrupt solar company solyndra. how the founder could be dodging criminal charges. southbound 680 that traffic looks good. we'll tell you more straight ahead.
welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. time is 5:13. the founder of bankrupt solar panel maker solyndra will likely not face any criminal charges after the company received millions of dollars in federal loans. he founded the company in 2005 and was ceo until 2010. one year later the company went bankrupt. the fbi is looking into whether solyndra fully disclosed the company's financial situation when it filed for $500 million in loans. they also want to know if the employees knew what was going on behind closed doors. a long fight over the abortion bill in texas is heading to the governors desk for his signature. the republican controlled texas state senate has scheduled a pivotal event this afternoon. procedures could only be performed in surgical centers
and abortions would be banned after 20 weeks. the bill failed last month after a high profile late night democratic filibuster. the man that leaked u.s. spy secrets is meeting with human rights groups in just 45 minutes. ktvu kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom this comes as u.s. officials pressure other countries to stay out of the situation. kyla. >> reporter: there are multiple reports that within the next hour edward snowden will be meeting with russian officials from human rights watch and amnesty international. snowden has been on the run for a month after leaking intelligence about the national security agency collecting phone records of millions of americans. he is believed to be stuck at moscow international airport for three weeks now. a russian official of amnesty international did confirm he plans to meet with snowden shortly. snowden has been trying to negotiate for political asylum
in other countries. but vice president joe biden and state department officials have contacted those leaders saying if they help snowden, it will hurt diplomatic relations. several well known human rights organizations say they received e-mail invitations to meet with snowden today but some question the authenticity of those e- mails. we will be following this developing story and check in with you next hour. live in washington kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 news. new documents leaked by edward snowden shows microsoft has crab dated closely to -- collaborated closely. microsoft helped intercept web chats on outlook.com. microsoft also allowed the nsa access to its cloud storage service called sky drive which has more than 250 million users world-wide.
an employee killed this a shooting will be laid to rest today. funeral services for kenneth bradley will be held today. bradley and another worker were shot and killed earlier this month. the shooting may have been a case of mistaken identity and not a robbery. in walnut creek a new report shows four city employees who are placed on administrative leave did the right thing to protect minors by firing a lesser center employee who is accused of having inappropriate contacts with a 13-year-old girl. the employee was fired in november after that several other victims came forward while four employees were cleared the report did find city manager ken knew about the appropriate conduct and did not notify police. a controversial san francisco restaurant has received the go ahead to reopen. the city's planning commission yesterday approved the
restaurant bacon bacon to reopen. the cafe was forced to shut down when they complained. let's check in with sal for a look attask track on -- for a look at traffic on this friday morning. >> pam and brian there is not a lot going on. good morning, guys. you know there is not a lot going on. i'm happy to say we're off to a nice start on that friday. those are good news for everyone. there is a little bit of a backup here in some of the cash lanes. for the most part the traffic does look good getting into san francisco. a little bit of fog. steve has said. in fact we've had fog almost every day this week. right steve? don't answer that. we will come to you in a minute. [ laughter ] let's take a look at the commute on interstate 880 north and southbound. the traffic does look good. and if you are driving on the
peninsula, highway 101 looks good. now, steve, let's talk about the fog. >> you know we can be the fog brothers. it was wednesday. sal is correct. there are plenty of low clouds around. yesterday made a strong surge inland. fog kind of thinned out a little bit but it's coming back. there is a bigger fog bank out there. it's a cooler forecast. it's now a typical july pattern. we kind of had extremes one roller coaster ride here on the temps. mainly 50s and 60s by the coast. still deciding to hang out over southern california. there is also a little bit of rain. it looks like it's stalled out here. between l.a. and ocean side you can see a little line of rain there which is a little unusual. 50s on the temps. san francisco 55. livermore is 55. concord, fairfield, napa, san ho is a s is close. with the cloud cover or the breeze everyone is pretty close here. lots of low clouds and fog stacking up. inland temps have come down now. it doesn't support the fog as
much. but still morning fog sunny and breezy. the weekend looks kind of quiet. there is not much going on. breezy to windy at times. especially since that fog burns off. temperatures 50s to 80s. now areas like antioch and brentwood are in the low to mid 80s. a lot of 70s around the bay. redwood city 74. 60 half-moon bay. not much change saturday. there could be a slight warmup with those inland temps. >> thank you, steve. 5:20 is the time. all the major european stock markets on the rise so far this morning. asian pacific markets had a mixed close. china down more than 1.5%. hong kong lost three quarters of a percent. investors may be concerned
about a domestic growth product growth is due on monday. japan and australia up after yesterday's strong day on wall street. let's take another look at that. 169 points into new territory for the dow and s & p. the nasdaq also posting 57 point gain there. right now it does look like another good opening this morning. earnings coming in. wells fargo revenue topping the estimates and jp morgan profit surges. the relationship between google and apple is improving. that is according to googles executive chairman. he says the two partners held quote lots and lots of meetings. could the day be today that the countdown is on for the birth of the royal baby.
what people are doing at the hospital near where kate middleton is due to give birth. bare it all. two bay area super stars. and happening now live pictures from sfo as the wreckage from flight 215 is being moved again. crews have been removing the debris despite the smoke problems as claudine wong mentioned earlier. we'll bring you the very latest coming up. [ male announcer ] so you used the wrong flea killer.
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welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. two san francisco 49ers are baring it all for espn body magazine. collin kaepernick is featured on the cover of the magazine. vernon davis, bay area volley ball star kerry walsh jennings. it hits news stands today. vallejo pro baseball team. >> i will take that. may be benched for the rest of the season. the admirals have been facing financial problems including allegations of mismanagement and players complaining about not getting paid. the league that governs the admirals suspended the team for the rest of the season starting on monday. the league wants tat tome too -- wants the team to use the time to straighten out finances. today could be the day the royal baby is born.
she is due to give birth any day now. for the past few days people have been camping out near st. mary's hospital in london where the royal baby will be born when the child is born though the announcement will be made at birmingham palace. time is 5:25. it's a friday. take it in pam. take it in. sal, let's hope for friday light out there. >> we are hoping for it. that is for sure. we are looking at it. and right now it certainly is that way. will it stay this way? we have hope. it is july. we look at pictures of san jose northbound 280 traffic looks good getting up to highway 17. so right now we can say it's friday light. or every daylight if you will. looking at the sunol grade. southbound 680 traffic also looks good. the fog is not as bad as it was on wednesday. there are still low clouds out there. i will let him explain. hello steve. >> hello sal.
we have low clouds around. it looks like it will settle in and be here for awhile. it was disappearing for a little bit but it's back now. 50s to some 80s but temperatures look like they are stuck for a couple days. thank you, steve. coming up next accused of crimes he is supposed to be investigating. a former detective from san jose sex crimes unit is facing charges. the search for a missing oakland toddler is in day three. opd plans to update us this morning. overnight we spoke with the child's mother. what she has to say coming up next. and on the move. these are live pictures once again. the wreckage from flight 214 at sfo. the major cleanup this morning. plus the troubles that prompted an emergency call to the fire department as well.
welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news it's friday, july 12th i'm brian flores. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. steve, i guess it will be pretty nice but not great beach weather. it's still foggy. >> not really. it just looks like it will stay in the 60s for most. and for us 70s and now 80s. antioch and vacaville still a little toasty up in ukiah. here is sal. right now we are looking at the traffic. it's pretty good around the bay
including 237. usually we have a slow down here but it's early. and you can still get a good drive. also we are look at the san mateo bridge. some low clouds on the peninsula. traffic is moving well. 5:30 let's go back to the desk. thank you. we begin with developing news that we first reported at 4:30 this morning. you're taking a look a live picture at sfo where crews are removing the wreckage. very slowly. very delicately as well of flight 214. again that plane is slowly being towed away. that started roughly around 4:30 this morning. we want to go to pictures earlier we showed you. the fire trucks on the scene. we are hearing firefighters extinguished smoke that was coming from the few sal lodge there. very sensitive information there. you want to try to keep that plane intact as much as you can. a congressional delegation led by nancy pelosi toured the
site last might. >> these people here on the ground chairwoman for one and the mayor and others they had to deal with it minute by minute our first responders. >> the lawmakers say if it wasn't for the work of first responders the numbers of death and serious injuries would have been higher. the ntsb says it could take months before they reach a final conclusion of the crash. she says investigators have found no mechanical issues at this point. engines, controls, and electronics were all working properly. some in congress says the crash has provided a wakeup call. coming up the new push in washington to close a legal loophole for foreign pilots. oakland police will be out in full force once again today
searching for a missing toddler. ktvu channel 2 reporter katie utehs. >> reporter: that is right. police will be back out here searching the water and shoreline. it's a place where john webb used to take his daughter daphne. he is currently in jail on child endangerment charges. he's not been named a suspect in the missing person's case. but we did speak with daphne's mother. >> some people asked me how some i'm not angry at him? i'm like that will not bring daphne back. >> reporter: she hopes additional photos will spark someone's memory and result in her daughter being located safely. the girl's father john webb reported her missing wednesday morning around 11:00 when he bought an energy drink in oakland. police arrested webb yesterday
on child endangerment charges. for leaving the 21-month-old in an suv with his elderly mother. someone took daphne while he was in the store. daphne's mother got a call from police shortly after 11:00 wednesday. >> i screamed through the phone. ran out of the door. i was hoping in the process in the two to three minutes it would have taken me to get to the police officers that maybe i didn't hear right. because the phone call that i initially got woke me up out of my sleep. >> reporter: police have not named webb a suspect in the disappearance but they are searching both his home and park. we learned canine units picked up a scent at john webb's apartment. police do say this is stylo missing person's case at this point. and daphne's mother holds out hope that her daughter is still alive. she said she is relying heavily on her faith.
she also wants people to know daphne has a distinct right ear. it's slightly misshapen and can't be mistook. if you see the girl she has a distinct right here according to her mother. oakland place will be out here searching the area again. live in oakland katie utehs ktvu channel 2 news. new this morning a man was rushed to the hospital after being shot. now police say shortly before midnight two suspects approached the man near the intersection of pear street and persia avenue. he was robbed and shot in the arm. police are looking for the suspects and anyone with information is asked to call police. a san jose sex crimes detective has been arrested for the same crime he investigates. tony is charged with soliciting and receiving sexually explicit photos. he worked for the sex crimes
unit for three years and responsible for investigating sex crimes involving minors. prosecutors say he knew the girl was under age when he requested the photos. happening now parents in the south bay slept outside overnight and it was all for their kids. janine de la vega is live at sacred heart community services in san jose with more on what they are waiting for. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, brian. it's pretty cold out here. people are wrapped up in blankets and people sitting in lawn chairs. there is a line of people. the first person was waiting in line at 11:30 last night. she told me she was here. she wants to sign up to get her third and fifth grader a backpack. again this is the line just to sign up to register to receive backpacks and supplies. i want to show you what the families will get. you can see scientific coo
cuelators. these are all total up to $60. they can be exif -- just to find out how great the need is, i found helen reyes. she is 14 years old. she will be a sophomore. and you said you've been waiting in line since 3:30. how is this so helpful for you? >> it's very beneficial for all the low income families because most of the stuff they are giving out is very expensive and very hard for some families to come by. >> reporter: and you said your mom she is not working right now. right? she is on disability. so how much will this help your family? yourself? >> this will help a lot because there isn't a lot of money coming into the house. if we didn't get this help, we probably would barely have any
school supplies. >> reporter: thank you so much hell enreyes who will be a sophomore this year. there will be about one of 2600. and if you'd like to donate they'd love to have backpacks. for more information on how we get that we'll be telling you in the next hour how you can donate. reporting live from san jose janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news. more than 8,000 homes? santa clara county were fogged overnight to prevent the spread of west nile virus. the fogging covered a three square mile area in south san jose. health officials ordered the fogging after several mosquitoes tested positive for west nile on friday. they say fogging is safe but people with respiratory conditions might be better off if they close doors and windows. >> when we apply them at the
rates we do, there is very little chance at anyone having significant problem with products that we use. >> 16 cases of west nile virus have been reported in santa clara county since 2004 but no one in the county has died of the virus. time is 5:38. sal is keeping an eye on traffic. sal, any problems? >> well, you know we are looking at everything including the air traffic brian and pam. you know that runway is still out as they are clearing it right now. if you are taking a flight in or out. you should check with your carrier. we are trying to pin down the exact amount of air delays. in fact while we are doing this traffic report, maybe we will multitask and go to the faa site. but first let's take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. you know the traffic is moving along relatively well here although it's not exactly friday light it still looks pretty good as you drive through into san francisco.
also the morning commute is not bad if you are driving through the traffic. it looks good on the san mateo bridge. it has been a very nice drive. and no major problems by the way if you are driving over to the peninsula and trying to catch a flight at sfo. and they haven't put out i'm looking at the flight. i'm looking at the map here. you can see the airplane icon there. they haven't put out the air delays just yet. they have done this around that time of the morning. if i were to give an educated guess i will say there will be some. let's go to steve. thank you, sir. a very happy friday. we'll have a pretty substantial fog bank out there. it's making another strong push. it's a bigger fog bank. and because of that it's a typical july pattern. we've been having extremes one way or the other. we have rain and hot. really hot for a week. cool, hot. now looks like settle in here pretty quiet here. cool and breezy. 50s and 60s. mainly by the beaches. tropical clouds southern california are now moving out.
there is a little piece hanging back toward los angeles. it is producing very light rain. you can see a line right there. it just simply doesn't want to move. for us no just fog and low clouds. decent little sea breeze. couple areas of low pressure moved in. one will move in tonight and tomorrow. so that gives us fog, sunny, breezy conditions. inland temps are coming down. you get the 90s and 100s inland. that really supports the fog. it will still be foggy but morning fog clearing to the coast. maybe a little bump up sunday and monday. i don't see that much has changed. 21 miles an hour fairfield. still a decent breeze there. napa down to san jose. there is a little breeze going. 40s in the mountains. 58 in reno. john said no humidity clear up there. said it's nice. tropical clouds are gone.
big fog bank breezy to windy at times. fog bank retreats back to the coast. 50s and 60s coast and bay. and around the edges maybe some 70s. inland now 80s. again up toward ukiah and clearlake maybe 90s. we'll see a slight pump up into the week. another strike threat from bart. >> i ask who among you is going to stand up for the bay area? >> coming up what has sparks flying in the latest round of labor negotiations. up next a truck hits and kills a bay area yoga teacher and her dog. why the chp says this was an avoidable tragedy. good morning. southbound 101 is moving along pretty well on the golden gate bridge and the fog is not if as thick today. we'll tell you more about the morning commute.
happy friday morning. low clouds if you don't have the low clouds a little cool and breezy. very similar to what we had yesterday. 60 and 70s to 80s. here's a quick look at the top stories we following right now. the wreckage from flight 214 is being hauled away. we are being told the front section will be towed to an off site location. sfo plans to reopen the runway on sunday. about two hours ago smoke also came from the fuse l lodge.
investigators say the driver 33-year-old andrew was under the influence of drugs and had prescription painkillers and marijuana in his truck. >> hopefully he will come to realize the gravity of what he took away from somebody elses family. >> investigators say he was also living around a suspended license and just gotten off probation with the 2009dui. he could be charged with gross vehicular manslaughter. >> jurors will begin deliberates on monday in a brutal gang rape case. they face life in prison if convicted of raping a 16-year- old girl outside of a richmond home coming dance in 2009. two other men pleaded guilty in
the attack and serving 32 and 27 year prison terms. two more suspects are awaiting trial. jury deliberations could start as early as today in the george zimmerman trial. he is the former neighborhood watchman charged in the shooting death of trayvon martin. moments ago the defense started presenting its closing arguments. prosecution presented its closing arguments yesterday. zimmerman is charged with second degree murder but also they ruled the jury could consider the lesser charge of manslaughter. >> i do not want this jury looking at this and feeling that laws suggest that sympathy should be considered. >> i ask you to come back with a verdict that speaks the truth. a verdict that is just. >> now if convicted of second degree murder zimmerman could get life in prison. if convicted of manslaughter he could be sentenced to 30 years. u.s. immigration authorities are putting mexican's caught illegally entering the us on flights back
to their hometowns rather than just releasing them at the border. the idea is to discourage them from trying to cross into the u.s. again. it's also a hope the program will cut down on crime in mexican border towns where the deported immigrants are often preyed on by criminals. bay area congresswoman nancy pelosi and jackie spears says the crash of flight 214 is a wakeup call to change current aviation laws. u.s. pilots be tested for alcohol and drugs following a crash. however, pilots with foreign licenses like the asiana crew are exempted. lawmakers are examing which regulations must be addressed to change the policy. in the men time each -- in the meantime, each day more crash victims are being released from the hospital. meantime three of the victims are listed in critical condition. stanford hospital has one crser
condition. if you missed our prime time special on the crash of flight 214, you can catch it at 9:00 a.m. this morning right after mornings on 2. just go to ktvu.com or use our ktvu mobile app to stream the program. if you are just joining us, it's been a pretty good commute. let's check in with sal for the latest. >> pam and brian, good morning. it has been a pretty good commute. we've been looking at roads that haven't had a lot going on which is just the way we like it. as we go to our pictures here this is a look at east shore freeway. the traffic looks good. there are no major problems coming through as you drive out toward the mccarthur maze and to the bay bridge toll plaza. when you get to the toll plaza there is a little bit of a backup there. the traffic is moving awelcome pretty well. unless you are in the cash lanes. also this morning we are looking at the commute on the roadways. i'm going to pull in a little bit here. and you can see. the traffic on the peninsula looks good. if i pull back, all the road sensors or most of them look
green. that means traffic around the bay area has pull the back into space. traffic looks good. let's go to steve. sal how is the traffic down there? >> it was good, steve, back to you. >> good morning. we do have a big fog bank for those of you. most people though it was too hot for awhile. it looks like finally things will settle down. big area of high pressure is going to park itself in the middle of the country and not move. seven, ten, 15 day outlook had a quiet pattern for us. which has not been the case for the last month. so a typical july pattern we've had one extreme after another. now it looks like things will level off. cool and breezy. a lot of low clouds and fog. the tropical clouds in southern california. still holding on. most looks like a piece hanging back in southern california. it's still producing very light
rain. 50s on the temps they are stuck. 55 san francisco. fairfield, concord, livermore. low clouds really thickened up here. it looks like they will be with us nights and mornings. low pressure system a week one yesterday. conditions will last. i don't see much on the weekend. western edge might sneak back a little bit. up toward clear like and ukiah. most locations pleasanton and morgan hill. i think they will stay there. microsoft has decided it needs a completely new operating system. may com soft new structure resolves -- microsoft new structure reinvolves around computing.
fewer divisions will make it easier for different groups of employees to talk to. duster will get unlimited data for $30 a month. $10 a month for other phones. voice and text costs $50 for the first line of a family plan. less for additional lines. apple juice seems pretty innocent enough. but there could be changes ahead. the controversial ingredient the government wants to limit. a look at the final hours of oscar grant. the long awaited films hitting theaters today.
good morning. pretty good fog bank out there. also a decent westerly breeze. that all means temperatures close to yesterday's numbers. the critically acclaimed film about the shooting death of oscar grant opens in bay area movie theaters today. fruitvale station portrays grant's final hours before a deadly confrontation with bart police on new years day in 2009. rock tar michael b jordan plays the lead role. the film was written and directed by oakland native ryan. there is another threat
that bart trains could come to a screeching halt after labor negotiations heat up. >> we need to be prepared for the bloodiest longest strike since the 1970s if these kind of tactics continue. >> talks resumed yesterday for the first time since workers went on strike. workers say if a deal isn't reached when their contract expires next month, then they will go on strike again. >> that would definitely effect me. i would have to just beat the traffic and work from the pleasanton office. >> negotiations will continue today. both sides say their top priority is to reach an agreement. but they remain far apart on pay raises. officials estimate last week's strike cost the bay area $70 million in loss productivity. >> after a year of public pressure the government is setting a stricter limit on what is in apple juice. the food and drug administration says apple juice
cannot have more arsenic than ten parts per billion. the old limit was 23 parts. the fda said the level was not dangerous to consumers including small children. apple juice is the second most popular juice in the country. guess what is number one. orange juice. >> of course. coming up at 6:00. sal is keeping an eye on traffic as well as the skies. any delays at sfo? >> yeah we do have delays just reported brian and pam. two hours and 29 minute average delays. you know runway 28 is still closed. as you heard they will try to reopen it by sunday. but today it will not be available. let's take a look at what we have now. northbound 280 getting up to 880 that looks good. sunol grade also looking good as you drive past mission boulevard. let's go back to brian and pam.
coming up next in our 6:00 hour a scandal at a bay area hospital involving allegations of sexual assault and harassment. the desperate search continues for a missing toddler. on the move the wreckage from flight 214. we want to take you out there live. as we watch the major cleanup this morning and the troubles that have prompted emergency call into the fire department there.
it's been a busy morning at the site of last weekend's deadly crash at sfo. we will bring you the very latest as the plane is being taken off the runway. the search continues for a missing oakland girl. we speak exclusively with her mother and tell you why she is standing by her husband. temperatures cooled off yesterday. will that continue into the weekend or are there warmer weather on the way? a scandal at a bay area high school. the serious charges that has both parents and students on edge. ktvu channel 2 morning news continues.