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suspicious death. mornings on 2 continues. good morning. thank you for joining tuesday, june 23rd i'm pam cook. >> we're ready. >> we are. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. steve paulson is ready. he has your forecast. >> i do indeed. not much in the way of clouds and fog. some will be a warm. some on the cool side. we saw a lot more yesterday. the coast is really tough to clear out there for a little bit but eventually it did. it looks like today even more so now a little bit of that low cloud deck but it will burn off pretty quick. 50s and 60s. nothing new that we haven't seen. only 13 at travis. yesterday it was gusts to 30. over all lots of sunshine. high pressure is on the way. some low clouds it will burn off sooner. sunny and nice for some. warm to hot if you think anything over 75 is too hot
then don't go inland. if you do, go west it will be cooler. all right still quiet here. sal it's 5:00 in the morning. yes, it is. steve, good morning to you. let's take a look at what we have with the bay bridge toll plaza. continuing over to -- through mil pitas. speaking of the south bay right now we look pretty good in san jose on 101, 85, and 280. let's go back to the desk. now to developing news in the city of sonoma. there has been a suspicious death and deputies are investigating. these are live pictures. we're on pueblo avenue. the body of the victim was discovered just before midnight. reportedly there were several other people inside the home at
the time. we've been told no one is in custody at this point. alexis christoforous is there. he's been out there since 4:00 this morning. he's pulling together information. alex will have a live report for you with the latest at 5:30. oakland police have the lead of an unsung killing of a teenager. they received new information after the family made a renewed call for help. tara moriarty has more. >> reporter: police have a composite sketch. and that are hoping that these clues will allow someone to come forward with more information to help them solve this case. here's a look at the sketch. oakland police say he is one of the men involved in a shooting death of ayana dominguez. he was the driver of a black ford escape suv seen driving away from a wendy's restaurant at about 8:45 that night.
it appears to be a 2013 model. >> she was an innocent young lady with her whole life ahead of her. >> reporter: police say dominguez and her boyfriend were in a car ordering food when someone opened fire. dominguez was killed, her boyfriend wounded. leads came after they and dominguez family asked for a renewed call for help. the fbi is helping fund a campaign to allow police to use billboards and a website to spread the word about cold cases. and there is a crime stopper reward of $10,000 being offered in this case. live from oakland i'm tara moriarty. back to you. >> all right, thank you. time is 5:03. a wild fire still burning out of control in the sierra near lake tahoe and firefighters are focused on saving a nearby town. now the washington fire is what it's called. it's already burned more than
13,000 acres. it's southeast of the martin community. that is where some of the roads are closed. the fire started friday. 13,500 acres have already burned. the flames pushed by strong winds they are threatening five homes and 15 historic cabins out there. it's a scary time for people. and a visitor from south lake tahoe says this fire is bringing back some terrible memories. >> it brings back memory of our huge five at south shore about 10-12 years ago where 550 homes were lost. but those things always scare us. >> residents have been alerted be prepared for possible evacuation orders. meantime california fire officials they're trying to get a handle on several wild fires. almost 2,000 firefighters are battling a big blaze in the san bernardino mountains. the cooler weather is helping the firefighters but that rough terrain is a challenge. so far this year firefighters
have responded to 1100 wild fires. that is almost double the amount they see in a normal year. the dry drought conditions are creating even more fuel for those fires. plans are moving forward to add an extra commuter lane and bike lane to the san rafael bridge. the project would convert the shoulder in the eastbound direction into an extra lane during the evening commute hours to try to ease some of the traffic. the shoulder would also be converted in the westbound direction into a pathway for cyclists and pedestrians. construction could start as early as next summer. it's expected to be complete by the summer of 2017. lanes leading to and from the golden gate bridge in san francisco are back open. that is after a two hour closure early this morning. crews installed overhead signs on highways 1 and 101 for preparation for the opening of the new doyle drive. another round of closures scheduled between 1:00 a.m. and 3:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. the full shut down of highway
101 at doyle drive area is from july 9th through july 13th. that is when workers will demolish the temporary connectors. transfer to the new permanent road. san jose stills are expected to make a permanent decision. ktvu fox 2 reporter janine de la vega says the big question is if the ride sharing companies will be allowed to pick up travelers at the airport. janine. >> reporter: yeah pam. right now travelers can use uber or lift to drop off travelers here at the airport as far as pickup it's not allowed here but today the san jose city council is set to vote on whether to permit uber, lift, and other ride sharing companies to pick up passengers at san jose international airport. these type of companies have grown in popularity and seen as a cheaper alternative. last year sfo promoted uber and other companies if the san jose city council allowed these
services drivers will need to go through fingerprinting, back ground checks, and fees. the proposal has caused a big upset among cab drivers. they face stricter regulation and pay higher fees to operate because they run a dispatch center out of the airport. as the morning goes on, whether be talking to passengers and you are going to hear in the next hour from taxi driver that we just spoke with to hear how his business has already changed. pam. >> yeah it will be very interesting. thank you janine. time is 5:07. president obama will fly to charleston, south carolina on friday. he will honor the lives of the victims of that shooting rampage at a historic african american church. the president will deliver the eulogy at the funeral for reverend clementa pinecone.
>> we are here to say it's time to move the flag from the capitol grounds. >> the 21-year-old accused shooter in that rampage posed with the confederate flag prompting this renewed effort to remove what many see as a symbol of white receive supremacy. >> this is not about flags or tradition. this is about a national crisis around the problem of race and racism ongoing in america.
>> and walmart says it is now removing any items from its store shelves and website that feature the confederate flag. walmart says its goal is to not offend anyone with the products its sales. it's 5:09. preparations continuing in the bay area for the weekend's gay pride parade. at the same time they are also waiting for the looming supreme court ruling on same sex marriage. coming up at 5:30 we will break down the possible decisions and what they would mean. >> plus are they compromising safety to save money. up next the troubling accusations against a low cost airline that operates right here in the bay area. >> we're looking at the east bay commute and right now on 80 westbound not a bad commute. it's getting more crowded on the way from the carquinez bridge to the mccarthur maze. >> already we can see that
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>> it's kind of stunning to come out and see it. >> i have never seen winds that strong. i have seen strong winds but not that strong. >> cleanup and recovery under way after strong storms cause extensive damage across parts of the midwest. the hardest hit area appears to be around the town of portland, michigan where an e if f1 tornado touched down monday afternoon. destroying homes, uprooting trees and knocking down pao lines. >> it only lasted a few seconds. but i heard there were three tornadoes coming through. >> reporter: while authorities in portland said they had to rescue several people from collapsed buildings, there are no reports of serious injuries. >> at this time we are very, very fortunate we have had no fatalities reported at this time. minimal injuries cuts and bruises. we've had no one, no one transported to the hospital. >> reporter: iowa also getting slammed with high winds, heavy rain, and large hail on monday. some people are claiming it's the worst weather they have ever seen.
>> we've had some pretty bad storms but i've never seen any damage like this this our immediate area. the road up to our farm up here a couple miles, that was just tree after tree after tree. >> reporter: and in northwest illinois strong winds causing the roof of a fire station to come crashing down leaving three trucks inside damaged. >> this is our first collapse of a fire station and i certainly hope it will be the last. >> reporter: and the threat of severe weather isn't over. meteorologists say parts of the ohio valley and northeast are likely to see strong storms tuesday. kelly wright fox news. funerals will be held in dublin ireland for four of the students that died in that balcony collapse. six students were killed when the balcony they were on
collapsed. investigators want to know if try rot caused that balcony to collapse. a boy used some quick thinking and a lot of bravery to help police catch a man that was trying to break into his home. the boy called police yesterday morning saying someone was trying to break into his home on hamlin drive. he grabbed a knife and led his two younger siblings into a bedroom with their dog and locked the door until police arrived. police found the suspect later identified as terrell freeman on the porch outside the home and they arrested him. none of those children were hurt. flights to, from, across new zealand are getting back to normal. the problem effected hundreds of flights. about 50 were in the air when it happened but they were guided to safety. new zealand officials say a
computer error caused the problem but all emergency procedures were followed. flights in the area will encounter delays all day today. the pilot of a single engine private plane had to make an emergency landing at the edge of lake immediate in nevada. the pilot and three passengers were heading to texas after a weekend in las vegas. they developed engine problems. they looked for a safe place to set the plane down. no one is hurt. the pilots that fly for the low cost airline allegiant air says the company is cutting safety along with cutting costs. they include engine failures, radar issues, and smoke in the cockpit. allegiant airline says their safety is the best in the business.
contract talks between allegiant and its pilots have stalled. allegiant is a low cost airline and profeeds much. usually it gets a lot crowded on the roads. >> it usually does. right now we are not seeing a huge crowd but more people for sure. let's take a look at what we have for now. traffic on the toll plaza looks good. at 5:30 is when we usually see the crowd so we will see what happens in the next 13-15 minutes. taking a look at the commute on interstate 880 north and southbound certainly more people on the road but not a lot of stop and go traffic. and from hayward to fremont on 880 it still looks good. westbound 580 still looking good. at 5:17 let's go to steve in the weather center. thank you, sal. we do have mostly clear sky. a far cry from yesterday when it was rather solid up and down most of the coast.
santa cruz proper but the fog was rather solid and the northern lights have been absolutely spectacular across the united states. northern lights over cape cod, massachusetts. my goodness there were reports of even seen in oklahoma all the way to south dakota. so quite a show. cosmic rays, solar wind interacting with the earth. upper atmosphere is causing one heck of a show. mostly clear here for us. 50s to right at 60 or upper 40s. santa rosa is in there. so is half-moon bay. that is a sign of a little bit of a warmup. over all not as muching to. the high pressure system is not only building. but a little low is also just traveling right along the coast and that is the key. it will park itself west, southwest of us and as this moisture begins to move around
the high, the low will lamp on to it and start to funnel it up here. there will be thunderstorms over the sierra. i think a lot of high clouds here. a little breezy at times. 80s and 90s for some. near average for many locations. pretty close to where we should be this time of year. the high builds in. could get a big warmup here. especially inland and around the bay on thursday. and then high clouds will roll in here. but i mean if you get monsoon moisture in june, it's not something we say very often. usually that is july or august until arizona. >> yeah it doesn't make its way here. >> remember we had the rain. >> new this morning home rental prices across the country are up more than 4%. that is according to civil low
-- zillow. portland, maine ranks second with rents going up 17%. rents are actually down in places like chicago, milwaukee, and new orleans but bay area rents still the highest in the country even though we have seen the highest increase. they do average 3,000. how the homeless population in the south bay is changing. coming up at 5:45, the lowest number of homeless people in the past decade and the possible reason why. >> but first can cats fly? i know. the unusual guest one couple found during a recent hang gliding trip.
welcome back to mornings on 2. according to multiple reports, james horner an oscar winning film composer died in a plane crash yesterday morning. the 61-year-old was an accomplished composer and avid pilot. he won two academy awards for composing music for the movie titanic and scored a number of block buster films such as
brave heart, avatar, and field of dreams. several have taken to twitter to express their condolences. police say former san francisco giant center fielder darrell hamilton is the victim of an apparent murder-suicide in texas. hamilton was found shot to death in his home. the body of his 44-year-old girlfriend monica jordan was also found in the home. police say she died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot. the two leave behind a 14-month- old child. hamilton played major league baseball for 13 years. now the giants issued a statement expressing the team's simp think. it says that hamilton quote was an important part of the giants during his playing time with the organization from 1997 to 1998. we extend our deepest sympathies to his families and friends. ucla police arrested music
mogul sean diddy. it happened yesterday on the ucla campus. that is where his son is on the football team. reportedly diddy became upset when a coach yelled at his son. the alleged weapon described as a kettle bell. a piece of weight lifting equipment. no one was seriously hurt. diddy was released from jail on bail last night. the u.s. women's soccer team is heading to the quarter final rounds. the u.s. faces their toughest rivals yesterday but the u.s. survived with a 2-0 pin. the u.s. will play chinaen our coverage agains non. yo can complete coverage autobus abs. you can --
two people in a hang glider got quite a shock. they found out they had another passenger. look on the right of your screen. i'm not kidding. a cat hitched a ride on the high flying glider. hang gliders didn't realize the cat was there until several minutes into their flight. see the man on the left? look, there is a cat. he quickly diverted the glider back to the ground and you will be happy to know the cat was not hurt. keeping those lives going. time is 5:26. the floats are being made for this weekend's pride party in san francisco but also on everyone's mind the u.s. supreme court decision on same sex marriage. the impact it could have on the celebration and on the gay community. >> plus sonoma county sheriffs deputies investigating a suspicious death after a body was discovered inside a home here in the city of sonoma late last night. we'll tell you what information
investigators are revealing coming up. >> good morning. we're looking at the east bay commute and so far so good as you look at highway 24 through lafayette. it looks good on the way to oakland. >> some patchy low clouds out there but areas that were cloudy yesterday at this time are clear. santa rosa 49. so is the clear skies warmer or staying about the same? i'll have your tuesday highs coming up.
good morning. welcome back to mornings on 2. these are live pictures. we're still following developing news in sonoma county. a suspicious death is under investigation right now. ktvu fox 2 alex savidge is out there. he's going to brick you new information we're learning about this case. he will be here in two minutes. stay tuned. it is tuesday morning, it is june 23rd i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. time is 5:30. we want to check in with steve. we're talking about crazy weather in the midwest. >> very bad severe weather.
illinois to michigan it's in the northeast now. >> it sounds like it could effect flights. >> i would think so northeast, philadelphia, boston, new york. that is a bad system. i mean somebody from illinois saying that is the worst i've seen. that is pretty bad because they get some severe weather. but yesterday was a bad one. we have very tranquil conditions here. some of the low cloud deck has been chewed up. there was a much bigger fog bank yesterday. still some patchy low clouds. the monsoon season kicking in a little early here. some of the cloud cover moisture may work its way toward us by friday and saturday. stay tuned. 40s. 49 half-moon bay. a lot of 50s. a lot of mid 50s. not much of a breeze that has been cut in half compared to 24 hours ago. lots of sunshine today. more so by the coast but again a lot of cloud cover here. a little low coming up the coast. some low clouds but it will burn off sooner.
warm to hot for others. 80s and 90s. 60s and 70s coast and bay. 5:31 are we still doing okay on the commute in >> we are doing okay. there is a couple things that happened but it was so early and lightly traveled on the roads that nothing major is going on. let's start with the bay bridge toll plaza. you can see traffic is moving along relatively well. there are no major problems getting into san francisco but there is already a crowd especially in the cash lanes on the right and left hand side. also looking at the commute here on 880 north and southbound it is a nice looking drive and no major problems driving through. and if you're driving on westbound 580 some slow traffic now get into livermore from the altamont pass. at 5:31 let's go back to the desk. now to developing news in sonoma county. authority there is investigating a suspicious death this morning. ktvu fox 2 alex savidge has been out there since 4:00 this morning. what do you know now alex? >> reporter: well, dave, we are
getting very limited information but we do know violent crimes detectives with the sheriffs office are piecing together the circumstances of this death. the victim was found inside this home behind us here right off of napa road. the home still surrounded by crime scene tape this morning since there is still more evidence to gather inside the place. the victim was found just before midnight when fire crews were called out here. there were apparently a number of other people inside the home at the time of the 911 calls. sonoma police came out here to secure the season along with sonoma deputies as well. they are characterizing this as a suspicious death. we have been told at this point no one is in custody in connection with this investigation and we have been in touch with a spokesperson for the sonoma county sheriffs office. we're trying to get more information on this ongoing
investigation but at this point again details very limited, dave and all we know is we have a suspicious death under investigation in the city of sonoma. all right alex, we will check in later on. >> witnesses say they saw the driver jumped over his steering well before he jumped the -- the driver is a 65-year-old man from suisun. investigators ruled out alcohol as a factor but they say he was leaving a medical marijuana dispensary just before the crash. >> i don't care if it's marijuana, alcohol, methamphetamine. come on, this lady lost her life. her children no long vera mother. >> the driver was arrested and later released but he could be arrested again depending on the toxicology results. investigators say he may have
had some sort of medical episode while behind the wheel. a multiple stabbing in sacramento being investigated as a hate crime. a group of musicians was walking home sunday night in the midtown area when they say a man called them a gay slur. they made fun of their skinny jeans and chased them with a 12- inch knife. investigators saying stabbed three of the band members. victim says he was nearly stabbed when he tried to stop the attack. >> he stuck the knife out as if he was going to try to stab me. if i would have let him, he would have. but i stayed on my toes and ducked off to the right. >> detectives tracked down the suspect and arrested him on assault with a deadly weapon charge. after reading several posts hearing the victims testimony, authorities decided to tack on that hate crime charge. our time is 5:35.
deputies in pittsburgh search for the person responsible for a deadly shooting on highway 4 we are learning more about the victim. tomas mendez was killed saturday when someone fired shots on the car he was driving near bailey road. the car crashed killing the 20- year-old. mendez was a cook at the popular katy corner's restaurant. his friend was trying to make -- it's been devastating for all of our employees and family members. because we've all known tomas for 16 years. since he was three or four years old. >> he was really funny and charming and always flirting but in a funny way. and we all loved him a lot. >> now his coworkers and friends have set up a go fund me page to help raise the money for the mendez family and for the funeral. the suspect was driving a white
sedan. possibly a honda. disciplinary proceedings for eight police officers. they are now on hold. the judge put a hold on the series botched from -- the officers are claiming the police department waited too long to charge them and that the statue of limitations ran out two years ago. if the court decides in favor of the officers, they will get their jobs back and not be punished. frustration continues to build in the south bay over drastic staff changes at one elementary school. students and parents held a teacher appreciation rally to say goodbye to their teachers. we found one teacher packing up
the last of her belongings. the cupertino school district decided to replace all of the teachers because of attentions between administrators and teachers. many families say they had no idea there was a problem among the staff. >> i didn't see any attention but it's a good then. >> we have are center -- >> parents plan to hold a meeting at the school tomorrow to come up with the plan to prevent such a drastic staff change in the future. voters in san jose's district four will be going to the polls today for a special run off election to choose a new city councilman. neither received the necessary 50% of the vote to win.
district four spans north san jose. time is 5:38. the city of san francisco getting ready for a weekend of gay pride festivals. down at pier 54 there is a lot of activity to get the floats ready for sunday's big pride parade. everybody is focused and waiting on the u.s. supreme court ruling due to come down as early as thursday that could once and for all make same sex marriage across the state. >> i believe they are poised on making a decision. >> now the next time the supreme court is scheduled to hand down decisions thursday morning. but there is no guarantee that
the same sex marriage rule willing be released then. in fact most legal experts believe the high court will wait until the last day of their current session for the same sex marriage ruling. that would be next monday. with the supreme court rules that individual states can refuse to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples a lot are predicting a lot of confusion will follow. the question would then be what about the 36 state where is same sex marriage is now legal. the consensus is that in the 16 states where same sex marriage is legal state legislation or statewide referendums nothing would change. however in the remaining 20 states including california, where same sex marriage legalization came through federal court rulings that is not so is clear. some say county clerks will legally deny.
now the court still has several other big issues to rule on during the session. one is on the affordable health care act also known as obama care which could eliminate subsidies for 6 million people in 34 states. there is also a channel tone the president -- a challenge to the president's environmental rules to cut toxic emissions. another ruling deals with the drugs involved in oklahoma for lethal injections. the golden state warriors continue to celebrate with fans. take a look. a long line of fans ready to meet the 23-year-old forward and he talked to each one of them. >> we always had the best fans in the nba. these guys they come out and support and during the parade there is so many people that they weren't able to get to and talk to or shake hands but now has an opportunity for the next two hours to do that. so i'm looking forward to it. >> you going to wear that shirt or frame it?
>> i'll wear it lightly. only when i know it will not get food or something on it. >> you never know when you will get food on your shirt. barnes will be signing autographs at the sports authority in san mateo. he will be in lefty's tomorrow night. green will be signing at lefty's tonight. clay thompson will be there on thursday and sean livingston will appear on friday. >> they are everywhere. >> yeah it's nice. >> they like it. >> see them in person and congratulate them. there was some injure damage at a pizza parlor in fairfield. coming up we'll show you how the driver plowed his suv right into this restaurant. >> city officials are set to make a decision today that would effect ground transportation here. you will hear from a taxi driver. find out why this whole thing is upsetting to him. >> good morning. we are looking at a commute here where traffic is doing
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at this airport and that demand is prompting the city to look at giving them more access. right now travelers can use those ride sharing companies to get dropped off at the airport but today the san jose city council is set to vote on whether or not to permit uber, lift, and others to pick up passengers there. these type of companies have grown in popularity and seen as a cheaper alternative than taxis. last year sfo permitted uber and other companies to do so. the proposal has caused a big upset among cab drivers in san jose. they are concerned they will go out of business because of the competition. >> it used to happen every day. >> cab drivers face stricter regulations and pay higher fees to operate because they run a dispatch center out of the airport. if the council allowed the
services, drivers from ride sharing companies would need to go through fingerprinting, background checks, vehicle inspections and fees. as the morning goes on we plan on talking to travelers to see what they think about this proposal and we'll give that to you later on in the newscast. pam. >> thank you janine. s city of san jose say there is has been a big drop in the homeless population. santa clara saw but still more than 6500 people in the south bay are out there living.
we have slow traffic out there. let's begin in the east bay. traffic is going to be busy. pardon me as you drive on highway 24 in lafayette. you can see that it's going to be okay here but as we get closer to oakland we will see slow traffic there. especially on the oakland side. bay bridge toll plaza also busy here. backed up to the mccarthur maze. nothing unusual though. and the east bay map is looking pretty good. i do see a lot of slow traffic on 580 westbound over the al hasn't pass. we are seeing a touch lighter than usual conditions as you drive into castro valley. it's 5:47. let's go to steve. sal you're on twitter. you have seen the pictures of the northern lights coming in? amazing pictures coming in. >> i have been looking at that. >> i there try to share as many
as i can. we do have mostly clear skies. some patchy low clouds. yesterday there was a lot in the way of low cloud deck. it will be sunny for everybody. yesterday expect for santa cruz, the coast dealing with a tennessee of fog. and monsoon moisture which usually shows up sometime in july and august is june showing up in arizona. everything seems to be running a few weeks ahead of schedule here. but we will see it work that way toward us. half-moon bay in santa rosa checking in. 49 degrees. delta breeze was rip roaring yesterday. it's not so much today. bodega bay one of the coldest sea surface temps. a little warmup for half-moon bay. 30s up in truckee. 50s and 60s and 70s through the interior. 50s and 60s up and down the coast. patchy low clouds. but you get an idea of who is going on. there is the monsoon moisture.
as it does that will warm up the interior. i think thursday around here could be really warm. the key this little low coming right up here parallel to the coast will park itself off the coast. some of that moisture gets funneled in. it gets caught up in the low and on its way. already in southern california and may start working its way toward us. before the weekend i think we even get higher clouds maybe by friday it begins to move in. so pattern will be changing and maybe some shower activity with this. we will have to keep an eye on it for saturday into sunday. but for us it will be close. sierra, yes. but again lots on the way here. this doesn't usually happen in june but we had rain in june. 80s and 90s in the temps. 60s and 70s for many locations near the coast even with additional sunshine. warmer for most. and it could be hot around here on thursday. the high clouds come pouring in on friday and cloud us up and
temperatures fall on the weekend. so a lot going on in the next 3- 5 days. usually june my feet are up on the desk and it's quiet. that is is not the case here. >> and then the travel stuff. >> yeah in the northeast. the northeast today. >> summer vacation stuff people start traveling so that can effect everybody. thank you, steve. general mills plans to get rid of artificial colors from its cereals. they will use spice extracts and fruit and vegetable juice to make their brightly colored cereals. the food giant says it's responding to customers who do not want artificial ingredients in their food. company says it hopes to make the changes by the end of next year. a quick thinking 14-year- old boy in antioch. in 25 minutes we'll tell you what he did when he saw a man trying to break into his family's home. >> and next time is running out for oakland. the long awaited report that could shed some light on the possibility of keeping the a's,
health. it probably came into the city looking for food or water. now since it wasn't any threat to anything, the officials didn't want to tranquilize him. they just simply hoped he would get down from that tree and go back to his own home. police in san jose arrested a man for trespassing after he spent 14 hours at the top of a 90-foot crane. police say 39-year-old alam claimed nine stories up that crane and into the crane's glass panel basket sunday night. he eventually climbed down 10:00 yesterday morning. a police officer promised him a burrito. he told the mercury news he doesn't have a home, he's moved from one friend's couch to another one. he said he saw an american flag wave agent the top of that crane and he decided to claim it. oakland city leaders have the report on the development
of the coliseum pro sports team. they just haven't looked at it yet. floyd kepheart turned the document in. oakland's assistant city administrator says she plans to review the report next week and remains optimistic. >> i think this is the beginning of the watershed moment because with this information we are able to ask more and better questions of mr. kepheart and hopefully begin to look at and review what is the deal to make this work. >> or can it work at all. >> that is right. >> one team has told the city they have six to eight weeks to make some decision. that is the raiders. she will review the report with the city council next week. also new evidence that pete rose bet on major league games while he was a player. rose was banned from baseball for life after charges that he had bet on games and he
admitted in 2004 that he had bet on games but he said that was only when he was a manager. now espn says there is written evidence that rose bet on baseball games. this year rose applied to be reinstated and commissioner rob manford could compete in this years all star. if the report is true, this would quote closeth door on rose's return to baseball. >> there is a movie here somewhere. >> i think you are right. time is 5:56. we've been following a developing story from sonoma. coming up at 6:00, we'll have another live report for you. authorities still at the scene of what they are calling a suspicious death. >> and a new lead in a cold case a week after oakland police made a new push to solve it. the suspect they say that was involved in the shooting death of a teenage girl. >> good morning. we are looking at the east bay
sonoma county sheriffs deputies are investigating what they call a suspicious death after a body was discovered inside a home here in the city of sonoma over night. we'll tell you what investigators are revealing in this case coming up. >> renewed calls for south carolina to remove a confederate flag flying on the state house grounds. the actions planned today by political and religious leaders. mornings on 2 continues. good morning. thank you for joining us i'm pam cook. >> brand new day we're ready. good morning i'm dave clark. how do you want people to dress? >> it's a little cool this morning. a lot more fog yesterday. we're seeing far less today. temperatures bumping up a little bit. it was over cast yesterday.
today there is plenty of breaks in the low clouds. expect for about santa cruz yesterday. most of the coast is dealing with fog. that is not the case today. again the spectacular show for mother nature. solar winds and cosmic rays. giving a spectacular show for the northern lights. even into virginia and cape cod, massachusetts, and i've had reports of oklahoma having had some which is very rare. but also this one from south whales.