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welcome back to mornings on 2 i'm brian flores. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. thank you for waking up with us. definitely cooler. a little bit of fog moving in. it's lifted. so yesterday was right on the coast. filled in very fast but really only helped some coast and around the bay. wright now the low clouds are charging inland. the sea breeze has cranked up. that is the key. was not there yesterday. so inland areas still hit the 90s and 100s. but not today. there you can see the low cloud deck and a little bit of a westerly breeze. the delta breeze in place. the low clouds are lifted. the cap is lifted. this is more like it. okay. happy to oblige there. the fog continues to ramp up and head up the coast so it will fill in up and down the coast. 26 gusts to 33. i would not be surprised if that strengthens here. 50s and 60s on the temps so
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coming way down. and with so much low cloud deck in place it won't take longer to cool off. so that means the low clouds in place. even moving locally inland that equals a cooler, breezy to windy for some. upper 80s now. 60s and 70s and 80s for most. all right sal i delivered on the weather. there you go. all right. now i can give you good traffic now if you are driving around the bay area. this is a good look at what we have looking at the commute. there are no major problems between the carquinez bridge and the mccarthur maze. if you get to the toll plaza, a little bit of slowing. but the fast track lanes are moving very well. and as we look at the east bay, traffic is looking good on 80 but also on 680 from concord to
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walnut creek. on highway 4 and even on highway 37 as you drive through. i just want to move it down to the south bay here and traffic is moving along very nicely on northbound 101. now let's go back to the desk. we continue to follow developing news out of the south bay. a police investigation is under way after a second deadly officer involved shooting in less than 24 hours. ktvu janine de la vega is at the scene of the latest shooting. janine, it sounds like both people shot by police were suspects in the same homicide investigation. >> reporter: yes. that is right, pam. and we are here in a neighborhood just off of monterey highway. it has been an intense 24 hours for police. they have been collecting evidence here right now. crime scene cleaners are here at the scene. and this latest shooting has left the neighborhood shaken. the latest one happened just before 7:00 last night on kirk haven court. police say they started following the man when he
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realized that he was being tailed. he led police on a chase and the chase ended after the man lost control and crashed in a neighborhood. he got out and he ran and officers chased him on foot. police say he reached for his waistband and officer opened fire killing him. >> as of right now there was no gun located in the suspect. we have not -- my understanding is our investigators have not gone through the car. >> reporter: police haven't released the man's nail. they say he was is a suspect in the death of 38-year-old christopher wrenn who was found shot to death last thursday. police say they learned the man was planning to kill a woman who had information about wrenn's death. they say the woman was in the car with the man during the police chase. san jose police say the man killed by one of his officers
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was wanted for the same homicide on lundy avenue. that shooting happened at the strip mall on center road and capitol expressway. they made contact with the man and reached for his handgun. police say there was three killings. what you're looking at is the number of officer involved shootings. there have been four police shootings since last sunday. san jose police have been involved in eight police shootings this year and that compares to five in all last year. two of them were fatal. and again back out here live, police have been here for hours. you can see the crime scene cleaner there it looks like cleaning the pavement here in the middle of the street because this was a shooting that many people in the neighborhood here say they could hear the shots fired and saw a the lot of police officers and very emotional scene out here last night.
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we will continue to follow up on this latest officer involved shooting. pam. >> i'm sure the neighborhood is very worried about all of this. thank you janine. a new report shows police fired more than 600 gunshots during last years bank robbery in stockton that left a hostage dead. the report came from from a research group based in washington, d.c. and calls the response in stockton excessive. we found that some of the 32 stockton police officers at the scene only fired their weapons because other officer were shooting. it also revealed opened fire with their colleagues standing right in front of them. >> we have never seen anything quite like this in law enforcement. really only in the movies did we see things like this. >> two of the suspects were killed along with misty molt sing. he was hit by ten shots shot by officers. she was used as a human shield by the gunman. since the incident, her family
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has sued the department and the surviving gunman has been charged with murder. sunnyvale police release more details about the man shot and killed by police over the weekend. he was 23-year-old allen matthew baker from san diego. he was wanted for robbery in san diego county and was considered armed and dangerous. they say baker ran from officers and was hiding in the bushes near a motel six. he was also holding a loaded nine millimeter handgun and had another gun in his backpack when an officer confronted him. they are not sure if baker fired in the shots. but another man that was baker escaped. police in palo alto arrested a man who they say was hiding on a roof after trying to steal the wheels off a bike. a woman called to report a prowler in her carport last friday. the suspect dropped the bicycle wheels and ran. officers found him on the roof
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of a nearby home he was cited for prowling and petty theft. fire crews battling the dozens of wild fires along the pacific coast will soon be getting help from the military. the army is sending 200 soldiers to train as firefighters at a military base in seattle. they will be given the basics of working in a wild fire position. and are expected to report for duty. that will free up some of the more experienced crews to fight in the if area. the biggest fires are in central washington state. nearly 1,000 firefighters are battling the fires near shah plan, east of seattle. the flames have destroyed an apple packing plant.
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>> obviously buildings and stuff are replaceable. but jobs. you know. probably have to go look for a different job. maybe. winds are dying down and humidity has increased but they say they remain on alert because that could all change in alma mater of hours. a woman from the netherlands has survived a scary fall while hiking at yosemite national park. the woman was hiking above upper yosemite falls when she fell 25 feet. she landed on a granite slab and suffered major pelvic injury. she was found by yosemite search and rescue teams and right now it's not clear had caused her to fall. a former employee in the san francisco district attorneys office is suing saying she was fired because of
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her age. she filed a lawsuit after she said she was fired less than a year before her retirement. her attorney says that she was replaced with someone younger who is paid less. >> i just feel like you have taken a whole part of me out of my life of 27 years of dedication. that it's like do i really, really deserve this? >> you cannot terminate older americans, replace them with younger people, paying them less money, many corporations do it and it's really disgusting to see it happen with a public official. >> ramirez says her termination effected her long-term pension and retirement and now she is seeking financial compensation. the da's office declined to comment saying it's a personnel matter. the mother shot and killed by a stray bullet back in january is expected to speak out about his daughter's unsolved case. 32-year-old maria sosa was trying to protect her kids when she was shot in a drive by
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shooting on engel street. police released surveillance video of a black truck that may be linked to the gunman. a 38-year-old man in that car was also shot and killed. a female passenger was hurt. anyone who knows anything about the case is asked to call police. the san jose police department is a step closer to getting a new wage deal for its officer. the police officer's union says 90% of officer voted yesterday to replace from measure bee. the city council is set to vote on approving the deal next tuesday. stanford police are looking for someone who vandalized a popular landmark. the white marble statue was commissioned by jane in memory
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of her brother and placed at the mausoleum in 1901. it was housed inside a dome before the dome collapsed in the 1906 earthquake. the sculpture was rebuilt in 1908 and stanford says the statue has been vandalized in the past and it's very costly to repair. alabama sorority is under investigation. they have since deleted the video. it was posted last week in an attempt to get new members. it isn't the first time the so already toys -- the sororities have come under fire for lack of diversity. rejected women of color as pledges. time is 4:41. it was less than two months ago since the nation's highest court made same sex marriage
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legal but coming up in 20 minutes the new legal battle brewing. >> i think this is going to be a new step. it's a future technology toward sports science. >> high school football going high-tech. the device that will help keep teenagers safe while playing on the field. >> we're running anywhere from 1-13 degrees cooler than 24 hours ago. we'll have your cooler tuesday forecast. 50s more so than 60s.
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is the point man for the project. he says the raiders and chargers are playing in two of the most dilapidated stadiums in the nfl an they deserve better. but the fans have a different opinion. >> anywhere i go i will follow the raiders. they can't keep leaving and coming back. >> the real decision is up to nfl owners and oakland mayor libby schaaf says they have met with the nfl. she says the city is working on a list of things they want for the raiders. the 49ers are reducing beer prices at levi stadium this season but it's just down $0.25 to $10. bottomed water will go down $0.75. the 49ers say they are implementing strategies to ease complaints about excessive heat. there will also be new parking policies. more exit lane to improve post game traffic flow.
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time is 4:45. and kids and concussions. it is a big concern for parents and now some high school athletes in marin are the first in the bay area to be given monitoring devices to keep them safer while they are playing sports. ktvu deborah has a look at how the new devices work. >> reporter: back in the pads again. for these players something new on the equipment roster. >> give it a try and see how it feels. >> reporter: sensors about the size of a quarter to gauge the force of any head impact. every football player gets one for games and practices. this was a light practice. no tackling. but even so the sensor picked up contact. showing as a text on the sideline. a hit of 25g's the time and the player it's left tacklemy goal who suffered a serious concussion a few years ago and grateful for the sensor now.
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>> i think they feel good. i think this will be a new step into future technology toward sports science. >> reporter: does that worry you you could have more? >> yeah. they say there is a possibility you could get it again. so obviously. it's a dangerous sport. >> i basically look at anything above 50. >> reporter: 50 times the for of gravity alerts the trainer to pull a player and talk to him because in the heat of the moment they may not realize how hard a knock they may have taken. >> i just want to make sure you are okay. and i say it's my job to protect them. >> reporter: prep football everywhere is losing players because parents say no afraid of concussion. >> he is going to jab this guy. >> reporter: the trend coaches would like to reverse. >> hopefully we can get mom's opinions changed for things like this.
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>> reporter: quarterbacks always a target says he would rather know when his head needs a break. >> i think it would be better to sit out the rest of the game than have to sit out the next three or four games. that's why these are very helpful. >> reporter: that was deborah virginia loan reporting. >> that is very cool. 4:48 is the time. let's check in with sal for a look at traffic. hopefully no big problems at this early hour sal. >> yeah. we are doing pretty well pam. i think your wish has come true in the traffic department. let's go outside and take a look at highway 24. we will start there. highway 24 looks good between walnut creek and oakland and we're looking at the accident list. we don't have a lot going on. the traffic is moving along very nicely here on highway 24. moving along to the bay bridge toll plaza and you can see
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traffic is going to be moving along pretty well if you are driving here. there are no major problems. traffic is moving along relatively well. we have a report of an accident in novato. eastbound 37 right near highway 101 this crash came in a little while ago. we have debris from one of these vehicles is all over the place. traffic is going to be busy here. so if you are driving in the black point area or on highway 37 near 101 you will see some slowing in this area in novato. 4:49 let's go to steve in the weather center. >> thank you, sal. all right everybody. we have a big fog bank out there. it will be cooler. even out to vacaville. everybody else will be in on a cooler pattern. low clouds, cooler lows by anywhere from 5-8 degrees. fog or sun cooler and breezy to down right windy for some. most inland locations will get out of those 100s and see more 80s and 90s. the fog continues to move up
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and town the coast. it's also lifted. west of concord. 26 gusts to 33. that is the key. yesterday travis dropped to two miles an hour. that is a screaming message it will be warm to hot and it was. there is a huge difference between the coast and bay. not that much of a breeze for sfo but it's west and livermore has a slightly west wind at 3 miles an hour. 50s and 60s. not the upper 60s to near 70. that is for sure. most locations have cooled off considerably. livermore 8. san jose 7. 1-2 everywhere educational. mountain view showing -- everywhere else. mountain view showing 5. so there is still on the mild side. at least for us. above average. high pressure starting to back off a little bit. head more toward the east. that is allowing systems in the pacific northwest to carve themselves out. as they do that helps the fog and it will continue to help the fog as it roars up the coast. so a big fog bank out there.
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maybe some local drizzle as well. cooler, breezy to windy for some. even inland locations will get in on the cooling today which means 60s and 70s around the bay. but we peaked out on sunday for everybody. and then yesterday still those 100s inland but we can say goodbye to those for a little bit. >> steve paulson also tweeting out hoping for an uneventful tuesday >> that void owe shows you -- that video shows you shaking. it felt very big. >> look i've been through mom earthquakes but that initial jolt pam, dave, me we all thought it was a 5.0. >> absolutely. on the video that has gone viral of you ducking because that was a big jolt. but you can hear the rattling. >> and folks in the newsroom
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they were diving under their desks so it wasn't just me. you just saw me. [ laughter ] it was quite a day. >> it was quite a day. a little calmer today. thank you. >> thank you. speaking of earthquakes. there is an earthquake warning app that was put to the test. coming up in 20 minutes how it performed during yesterday's 4.0 quake. >> and getting a new kick to that pumpkin spice latte. we are getting into that season. the new ingredient starbucks plans to use in the popular seasonal beverage. life's the food that brings us together. and kitchens where every meal is the most important of the day.
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life's the food that brings us together. and kitchens where every meal is the most important of the day.
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welcome back everybody. conservation experts are asking for the public's help to track the bay area's growing river otter population. these are photos of some of the river otters that have recently been spotted in in the napa river. experts with the river otter ecology ask a sign that the health of the river same proving. they say otters left many water ways due to pollution. now the group has launched a website and they are asking people to report any otter sights and up load pictures and videos. we have a link to this site at just go to the bottom of our home page under the tab web links. >> i like that. we're a little more than a month away from the start of fall but the pumpkin spice
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latte wars are heating up. starbucks announced it will include real pumpkin in its pumpkin spice latte. but the coffee change will make this change after a popular food blogger known as the food babe questioned the drink's ingredients. panera says it won't have any artificial colors, sweeteners, or preservatives and it will also include real pumpkin. tonight the city council will hold a study session on the topic during the regular meeting. members say they want to draft a policy that could be replicated throughout contra costa county. the mayor says it's looking at a $15 per hour wage and cites the cost of living. if all goes as planned a minimum wage ordnance could be in place by january 1st. a new picture book could make it easier for children to
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get to sleep. it's called the rabbit that wants to fall asleep. the story follows roger the rabbit and his mother as they meet uncle yawn, sleep snail, and heavy eyed owl whole give advice ongoing to sleep. the author says children can identify with roger and the words, language, and patterns of story line that help children relax enough to fall asleep. i needed that last night when i was putting my four-year-old and two-year-old to bed. actress sharon stone is starring this a film called running wild. stone was spotted filming at a restaurant in railroad square yesterday. the movie focuses on her character struggles to save her ranch and herd of wild horses. coming up next in our 5:00 hour taxpayers targeted by thieves. up next how more than 330,000
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taxpayers may have had their personal information compromised.
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good morning. two police shootings in san jose less than 24 hours apart. how police say the two are connected. >> plus this morning we are learning an irs data breach may
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have been even more wide spread than previously reported a couple months ago. we'll tell you how many taxpayers may have had their personal information stolen. good morning. thank you for joining us tuesday morning august 18th i'm pam cook. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather and traffic. can i ask steve about the forecast? >> please do. >> steve, how is the forecast? >> cooler thank goodness. >> it feels good. [ laughter ] >> and there is a big fog bank out there so that will help. many people are saying it feels cooler to me today. well, it is. and it's going to be because the low clouds are up above now. not right down on the deck. yesterday they filled in nicely on the coast but that didn't stop inland temps from hitting the 90s to 100s but not today. this is from william tweety in vallejo. monday high 91-degrees. feels cooler already. it is cooler and it will continue to feel cooler because there is a lot of


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