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we're live in san jose where police are investigating the second deadly officer- involved shooting in less than 24 hours. we'll tell you why officers fired and how the two incidents are linked together. >> reporter: we're live in san francisco where it's the first week of school here. that also means greater traffic enforcement. coming up, what areas are gonna be affected. "mornings on 2" starts now. 7:00 on this tuesday morning. it's august 18th. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning.
let's check weather and traffic. steve paulson is right over there. he's been checking on the forecast. >> cooler. cooler. we do have aing about fog bank out there. most observers, most viewers say i feel cooler. you can see the low cloud deck making a good charge inland. that will equal cooler temperatures inland which were still in the 100s. not today. low clouds, cooler, low, fog or sun. it will be cooler and breezy for nearly everybody. i would say about 95% of the forecast area. when you get this much fog. 50s and 60s, very, very close on the temps. doesn't matter, coast, bay, inland. everyone is within a degree or two. westerly component or some form of one, along with the bigger fog bank means a much cooler pattern. cooler, breezy, downright windy. it will be gray by the coast.
the water temperatures are not too bad. all right, sal. anything new to report at 7:01. nothing new but we have a lot of slow traffic, steve. good morning to you. i want to show you the eastshore freeway. you can see traffic is going to be taking about 28 minutes to drive from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. average speeds over 40 miles an hour. when you get to the toll plaza, it is crowded, about a 15- minute delay as you make it into san francisco with no major problems. we've had a couple of minor things going on on highway 101 northbound, approaching 280. there was a minor crash. 680 is not bad from concord to walnut creek. we had an accident at bollinger and slow traffic getting out of vallejo on the way to novato. back to the desk. police are investigating the second officer-involved shooting in less than 24 hours. the latest one was last night. janine de la vega is live in san jose to tell us how police
tell us these cases are connected to a recent killing in that city. >> reporter: yes, gas gasia. police say the men were the suspects in the same murder case. one of the suspects ended up crashing in this neighborhood that is near monterey street and capitol expressway and shortly after, that's when the shots were fired. this latest shooting happened just before 7:00 last night on kirk haven court. police say they were following a man in his car who is a suspect in a recent homicide but realized he was being tailed. officers believe the suspect was going to kill the female passenger in his car because she allegedly had information about the murder. the suspect ended up leading police on a chase and it ended after he crashed in the neighborhood. police say he ran and reached for his waistband. that's when officers fired killing him. a gun was not found on the suspect. they say he was the suspect in the murder of 38-year-old christopher ren found shot to death inside an office building
on lundy avenue last thursday. a second suspect from that homicide on lundy was shot and killed by police sunday night at a strip mall on center road and capitol expressway. police say when they made contact with the man, he reached for his gun. officers opened fire killing hill. now they are looking for a -- killing him. now they are looking for a second suspect. >> i would definitely encourage that suspect to consider contacting the police department homicide unit and surrender. go through an attorney, go through a friend, a relative, go through the media. surrender. >> reporter: there have now been four police shootings since last sunday and a total of eight this year. that could increase from last year when there was a total of fire officer-involved shootings in san jose. so a very intense night for police as well as people in this neighborhood. they heard the gunshots. you will hear from one neighbor who we spoke to a little while ago who gave us some background
on the house that the suspect was allegedly heading to. we'll have that coming up at 8:00. >> okay. see you then. 7:04. we're still following a developing story from bangkok, thailand, one day after a deadly explosion. police are out there searching for this man. they say he carried out yesterday's bombing that kill at least 20 people. they say video appears to show the same man sitting on a bench at a crowded shrine taking off a backpack, then leaving it behind as he walked away. >> translator: everyone knows at 7:00 a.m. at the shrine there are a lot of people gathered around there. so if they plant a bomb there, they can assume they will cause casualties. >> there was another explosion this morning in bangkok. authorities say the device was thrown off of a bridge but no one was hurt. now investigators are looking for the cause of a fire that seriously damaged two homes in southern santa clara county. fire started after noon yesterday right off hecker pass
road. it's a rural area near gilroy. there are no fire hydrants there. fire crews had to use water that was trucked in to fight the flames. a woman who lives in the area said she found out about the fire when a worried neighbor knocked on her door. >> somebody frantic came to the front door and said, your neighbor's house is on fire. >> i said it is. you are kidding? i went out to look and i saw flames shooting up 6 feet from the garage. >> she got out. no one was hurt. smoky skies are expected to gradually subside today. yesterday was the second straight spare-the-air day but there's no such alert in effect today. winds have been pushing smoke from wildfires burning in far northern california down here toward the bay area. that combined with temperatures over 100 degrees can be a dangerous combination, especially for people with breathing problems. doctors at one hospital say they actually haven't seen more such patients than usual. flames used -- planes used
to fight fires were grounded. one of the propellers failed while the aircraft was on the ground in southern california. so far 6 of the 15 planes have been checked by mechanics and cleared. police are on the lookout. they are looking for school zone speeders and also distracted drivers as more and more kids head back to school. ktvu fox 2's brian flores live now in san francisco. tell us more about the crackdown getting underway and i see you've got a special guest with you. >> reporter: i do. i have the principal of the school here off pine street. the principal of notre dame near stockton. >> ecol notre dame. >> reporter: okay. we're doing a story about traffic enforcement. san francisco police expected to be here from 7:00 to 9:00. we haven't seen any officers. but we're talking about how busy the street typically gets. this is one of the first weeks of the first days of school. how busy does it get? >> school actually opens next
thursday. we do have a summer session going on right now with fewer students. but the dropoff in the morning can be absolutely crazy with fast, through traffic going. as our parents come into the curb, they just have to be cautious so that children can be safely dropped off to the curb, into the school, and out of the traffic. >> >> reporter: i see this is a busy street. a lot of people -- a lot of drivers speed? >> they go faster than i believe they should when children are present. there are signs down below that people can see very clearly that this is a school and in school zones you are we choired to -- required to slow down. neighbors -- traffic doesn't slow down like they would in a normal residential area because this is a thoroughfare out of the downtown area. but we would love them to slow down. >> reporter: what are we telling students when they come back to school during the regular season? what are we telling them? watch out for traffic? >> stay in the crosswalk.
no jaywalking. a parent can park across the street and i remind them that the crosswalk is at the bottom of the street. no jaywalking. >> reporter: all right. thank you for your time. i appreciate that. again, this is the first week of school for many schools here in san francisco and really throughout the bay area. and beheard that through the san francisco -- we heard that through the san francisco unified school district. we talked to they. you need to -- we talked to them. you need to slow down. drivers are not aware that that school is starting and they may not be aware of the different speed conditions now that, you know, school has started throughout the week here. not just here in san francisco but throughout the bay area. but we'll keep an eye on the traffic here and see how things are going throughout "mornings on 2." back to you. >> all right, brian flores, good information. thank you. 7:09. back-to-school safety is a top priority in alameda county. today the san lorenzo and castro valley school district will hold a conference talking
about how to safely drop off and pick up students as they head back to school. there were 250 collisions around schools between 2010 and 2012. the classes in san low rhone zoe and castro valley begin next week. tax payers targeted by thieves. in 20 minutes, the new information we're getting about a major security breach and how it's impacting three times the number of people than previously expected. but first and earthquake warning app, really put to the test. how it performed during yesterday's 4.0 quake. we're looking at a commute in this morning commute. a little better than yesterday. it's getting more crowded in the east bay. we'll tell you more about that. it's very crowded on the coast with coast and fog and low cloud. they are making a push inland. it will be cooler today for nearly everybody. nearly everybody. t star gaze dream big
welcome back. seismologists say yesterday's earthquake, the one we felt, helped them in their development of an early-warning system. developers already know that the further away from the epicenter of the quake that you are, the more helpful a warning will be. yesterday's quake confirmed it. in fact, the head of the berkeley seismology lab says he has the app that's being tested on his own phone. but he was too close to the epicenter to receive an actual warning. >> the app is on my phone. by the time the app went off, the shaking already started. for people in fremont and san jose there could have received a warning of -- they could have received a warning of several seconds. >> dr. allen says that's enough time for you to decide not to step onto an elevator or for a surgeon to decide not to make a
vital cult during an operation or for a train operator to stop and wait for the shaking to stop. the east bay municipal water district says that quake damaged several water mains. yesterday, there were seven. six were within the half-mile of the quake's epicenter. all broken pipes were older, cast iron pipes. they say those quakes are a good reminder everybody should have a few gallons of water on hand as part of your emergency kit. bike riders who take b.a.r.t. are finding a new place to lock up their bicycles. they are opening up a parking station at civic center b.a.r.t. in san francisco. it will bring the total number of spaces there to almost 250. you must have a b.a.r.t. linked card to use them. the charge is 3 cents an hour? if you are planning to jet off for labor day, you won't be alone. 14million people will fly over
the weekend. that's an increase of 3% over last year. the airline industry also says this year they have seen the busiest summer for air travel. to accommodate the passengers, airlines are adding more flights and larger planes. the popular show "game of thrones" it's the focus of a new class at uc berkeley's film studies program. students get to talk about the social and political implications of the show. they will also get into some heavy-weight issues including rn, poverty -- religion, poverty. one of the reasons the show has been so popular is because of the twists and turns. >> you become invested in a a way where other shows you know this is how it will end. >> there's also science as well. the students study the
fossilized remains of species. some think it was invented for the series. they really did exist during the ice age but they were smaller than the ones you see on the show. let's check in with sal. helping us get back to work and school. >> that's right. we're looking at highway 4. we'll start there in the east bay. and start with the traffic on the freeway here. you can see it's slow with an accident near bailey road and willow pass road earlier that caused slow traffic. but the traffic on the freeway is just moderately heavy as you drive on 680 it's going to be a little slow as you drive through this area. we're also looking at a commute here at the bay bridge toll plaza where traffic is going to be backing up. although this seems to be an empty spot at the left. still about a 15, 20-minute delay getting up to the bay bridge. we're looking at the south bay now and 85, 280 and 101 are getting crowded. there's still plenty of room. this is not the peak in san jose. but 85 for some reason seems to
be taking center stage with all of that slow traffic. 7:16. today's weather, let's go to steve. cooler, sal. we have a lot more in the way of low clouds and fog. for someone who have been in the 100s for three days in a row. not today unless you are up toward lake county or ukiah, i think that would be -- even vacaville should cool down. plenty of low clouds they lifted. yesterday they were down on the deck. a couple of lows. but not heading toward us yet. the high-pressure system responsible for that is moving off to the east. that's allowing the grip to lessen. so that means the fog can lift and move locally inland in a big way. that will cool us down. 50s and 60s on the temps. they've been stuck all morning long. 59, 61 for most of the santa rosa cooler at 57. noticeable differences on the 24-hour temperature change, anywhere from 1 to 6 degrees cooler. it was 13 degrees cooler at travis about an hour ago. the breeze yesterday, 2 miles an hour. today, 22. that's a big difference.
west at concord, west at napa. livermore, even sfo, but not that strong and then southeast breeze, mountain view and also san jose coming up from the santa clara valley. low 60s to mid-60s. they came down a tiny bid. bodega bay did go up to 57. still we'll take the 50s that helps the fog form when you get heat in the valley and cooler water temps but low clouds flying up the coast. cooler, breezy for everybody. except i did go with a couple of upper 90s. 100s for but for many they will cool down for lake county. 100-degree temps. sonoma kentfield, 82. upper 90s, 80s. low to mid-80s, antioch brentwood. upper 80s, 90s for those who were 100. 70s around the bay. a lot of 80s and 60s in the city. peninsula, upper 70s, low 80s. if you look a cooler pattern,
you will like the next few days. >> i think last night was the first night i slept okay. >> i would agree. it wasn't bad last night. >> yes. >> finally. >> yep. high school football going high tech. coming up in 20 minutes, you will see the new device that will help keep teens safe as they play on the field this fall. their sense of smell is up to 100,000 times stronger than what you and i smell. >> something unusual happen at uc davis's cancer center. how the dogs are representing researchers there potentially save lives.
welcome back to "mornings on 2." 7:21. el cerrito could be the next city to raise the minimum wage tonight. city council will hold a study session about it during the regular meeting. members 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 they cite the cost of living. the city plans to hold meetings they will listen to what the public has to say. if all goes as planned, the ordinance could be in place by the first of january. two women are making military history by becoming the first female soldiers to complete the army's grueling ranger course. they graduate friday from fort benning georgia along with 94
men. 19 women and 380 men began the course. they have to complete mountaineering, air asauls and mock combat -- air assaults and mock combats with little sloop. the fda is expected to decide whether to approve a drug known as the female viagra. in june they voted to recommend the drug. this is the third time the agency is considering whether to approve the drug in five years. the fda has rejected the drug twice since 2010. this is fascinating. the university of california davis may be using dogs to literally smell cancer in patients. the cancer center at uc davis has two new faculty members. i would like to inpropose tuesday them. this is professor alfhy and professor challengely. alfie is a labradoodle and
charily a german shepherd. they are undergo training to detect cancer in the throat, sa law vie in the neck and the urine. >> not only is it the lump but it is cancer but it's a bump and -- or it's a lump and not cancer. >> researchers say dogs can recognize melanoma along with bladder, lump, breast and ovarian cancer. video you have to see. police dashcam video from seattle captures the dramatic moments leading up to a woman giving birth inside her car. and -- listen and you will hear proof everything turned out. [crying] >> you can hear the baby cry after officers help the officers deliver early sunday. she was in the car with her husband on the way to the hospital when police pulled them oef for speeding -- pulled
them over for feeding. the police are appreciative the family sent a note thanking them. well, the 9ers didn't want them but the university is going over the top to celebrate them. here is a hint, it has to do with jim harbaugh and his signature look. >> reporter: there are new concerns about an irs data preach that appears to be more widespread than was previously reported a couple of months ago. we'll tell you how many tax payers may have had their personal information stolen. good morning. we're looking at the south bay commute and right now a live look at 280 in san jose shows traffic at the 880 interchange is slowing down. >> for most today will be cooler, we'll take a look at that big fog bank and see what's in forestor the rest of -- in store for the rest of the week as well.
coast and bay and today we'll continue that theme. had a nice tweet from bubba th tortoise. up in petaluma. yes. when should i expect this el nino monster to rear its ugly head? let's just remember, it does not mean we'll get rain. probably. does not. i wouldn't think anything until after late fall or winter. we have plenty of time to iron things out. there is a lot going on. i will be honest with you. maybe rains from the north earlier than the el nino. plenty out here. a couple of lows spinning around one north of hawaii but so far staying away from us. the system from the pacific northwest kind of starting to dip in. that's allowing the fog to form. slow to recover. some are stuck. and they are noticeably cooler than 24 hours ago. one to seven degrees. at one time, they were 10 to 12. more of a westerly component. that will translate into cooler
inland temps. even livermore and sfo showing a westerly breeze. once that fog bushes off. it will pick up. water temps are okay. 50s, 60s, by the coast. 70s, 80s and some 90s inland. all right. i know the usual slow traffic. anything on your screens popping up. we have a couple of things but nothing that major, steve. good morning to you. let's start off with the east bay and the macarthur maze. and you can see the traffic is going to be a little bit busy coming around that curve. even though it's in oakland. they call it the berkeley curve. don't ask me why. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, you will see the traffic is backed up even on 880. it seems to be better than it was yesterday at this time. the traffic is moving alongock. this is a look at highway 101 and the south bay. when you see red, you see stop- and-go traffic on 85, 280 and 101 on the peninsula. 101 is slow. you look at 280, green, both directions. good alternate route.
now it's 7:30. back to the desk. new developments on the cyberattack on the irs. alex savidge is live in oakland. the rirs now says -- the irs says it underestimated how many people had information stolen in that cyberattack in may. >> reporter: yes, this is more widespread than previously reported. the irs investigating here and they say that identity thieves were targeting tax payers who used one particular irs website. it's a site that was actually shut down a couple of months ago after this was all discovered and first reported. and essentially these thieves are grabbing people's personal information from that site. so that they can claim fraudulent tax refunds. this morning, the it's believes there are roughly -- the irs believes there are roughly 330,000 victims. originally, they reported about 11 had,000 people had their -- 114,000 people had their
information acaccessed -- accessed in that. this is from the get transcript website where people can access filings from previous years. the irs is blatcheing to warn warning -- the irs is planning to warn more warning letters. i talked to one of our colleagues at ktvu who tells me that he had fraudulent rumps filed in his -- returns filed in his name. he told me the real red flag for him was getting a refund check in the mail before he had even filed any returns and that's when he alerted the irs and he's working to clear things up now. he says so far the process has been fairly straightforward. but potentially one of the victims involved here. now, while the irs will be reaching out to all of the tax payers affected by this scheme, there are some things that you can do to protect your identity and make sure nobody is filing fraudulent returns using your personal information and to that end, we've put up some of the warning steins you can look for, a link to an irs website
that will be very helpful for tax payers out there. we've put that on our website, the home page, ktvu.com. >> all right. good information. alex savidge in oakland. thank you. 7:32. police in sunnyvale released more details about the man who was shot and killed by police there over the weekend. now, he was 23-year-old allen mathew baker iii from san diego. police say he was wanted for robbery in san diego county and was considered armed and dangerous. they say baker ran from officers. he was hiding in the bushes near a motel 6. they say he was holding a loaded .9 millimeter gun. he had another gun in his backpack when an officer confronted him. police haven't determined if baker fired shots at the police. police say another man with baker got away. this man is wanted in connection with a recent homicide in fresno. there is a new report out showing that police fired more than 600 shots during last year's bank robbery in stockton that left a hostage dead.
the report came from a research group based in washington, d.c. it calls the response the police response excessive. now, it found that some of the 32 stockton police officers at the scene only fired their weapons because other officers were shooting. the report also revealed some of them opened fire with their colleagues standing right in front of them. >> we've never seen anything quite like this in law enforcement. really only in the movies did we see things like that. >> two of the suspects were killed. also killed, the hostage. misty holts-singh. she was hit by ten shots fired by the officers. investigators say she was used as a human shield by the bank robbers. now, since that incident, holts- singh's family has sued the police department and the surviving gunman has been charged with murder. fire crews battling the dozens of wildfires along the pacific coast are gonna get help from the military. the army is sending 200
soldiers to train as firefighters at a military base up near seattle. they will be given the basics of working in wildfire conditions. they are expected to report for duty on the fire lines by this weekend. that will free up some. more experienced crews to fight in the more difficult areas. the military is sending in air tankers and helicopters to fight the flames in california, oregon and washington. the biggest fires are in central washington state. nearly 1,000 firefighters are battling the fires near chelan. 3,000 people have been ordered to leave the neighborhoods. 75 homes have been destroyed. fire crews are finally getting help from the weather. winds are dying down and the humidity has increased. authorities in indonesia, they have recovered two of the black boxes from a plane that crashed into a mountain killing all 54 people on board. rescuers reached that crash site today. two days after the plane crashed in very bad weather. the plane was totally destroyed, all of the bodies have been recovered. authorities are hoping that black box will give them clues
about why the plane crashed. in china, thunderstorms making recovery efforts from last week's massive explosions very hard, very dangerous. are the explosions happened at a warehouse during toxic materials in the chinese support city. there are concerns the rain could spread the hazardous materials or cause chemical reactions. those explosions killed 114 people, 57 more are still listed as missing. today lawmakers in sacramento were set to launch a new effort to pass the controversy right to die legislation. the bill was scrapped last month after it failed to gain enough support to pass a key asimply commit tee. this was inspired by brittany maynard. she had terminal brain cancer and moved to oregon to legally end her life. 7:36. band are gearing up. they want to be part of apple's
music festival. you may not have to buy a ticket. we'll tell what you apple is doing for its customers. that's coming up next in the next hour of "mornings on 2". does your child's school lunch make the grade? i'm heading upstairs to the ktvu rooftop and we're gonna take the lunchbox challenge. good morning. we're looking at a morning commute that's not as bad as yesterday but still getting crowded in san jose. we'll tell you more about that -- coming up. even with sunshine, temperatures will be cooler today. there's more of a westerly breeze. and there is a lot of low clouds to go around. we'll talk about the cooler tuesday forecast.
their parents, the concern is growing about possible concussions. pam cook's back in the studio now with some new technology being tested in marin county to keep those kids safe. >> thousand do you know if your athlete is -- how they are feeling or whether or not they should keep playing? 1, 2, 3. football players are mock the first in the country to try out sensors that will be used to try to prevent concussions and long-term brain injuries. it's just about the size of a quarter. it records and reports the force and rotation of any head impact. coaches get texts on the sideline that show the time and player involved from any hit that's more than 50 times the force of gravity. one player who suffered a serious concussion a few years ago said he's glad for the sensor. >> i think this is gonna be a -- a new step into future technology toward sports science. >> does that worry you that you
could have more? >> there is a possibility that you could get it again. so obviously. it's a dangerous sport. >> the $150 sensor are paid for with donations. san rafael high has a fund- raising page to hope to buy more. the hope to buy enough to share among all contact sports including lacrosse, soccer and even water polo. dave? >> all right, pam. 7:41. we're getting a look at the animated video, the one that promotes a new nfl stadium that the oakland raiders and the chargers may possibly share. it's the same video shown to nfl owners. former 49ers' executive carmen policy is the point man. he says the raiders and chargers are playing in two of the most dilapidated old stadiums in the nfl and they deserve better. the raider fans have nixed emotions about the silver and black possibly leaving the bay area. >> wherever they go, i'm gonna
follow the raiders. >> they can't just keep come back. >> the two teams are rivals in the afc west. that could make scheduling a game hard. so the raiders and chargers have made it clear if they both are allowed to move to los angeles. they would be willing to let the nfl decide if one or both of them should be in another division or even change conferences. this would put the raiders in the nfc west where the 49ers are. speaking of the 49ers, they are reducing beer prices at levi shade yum but it's just -- stadium but it's just down 25 cents down to 10 bucks. bottled water will go down 75 cents to $a. the 49ers are implementing strategies to east complaints about excessive heat at the stadium. there will be new parking policies and more exit lanes to improve the postgame traffic glow. the 49ers will be hosting the dallas cowboys in their second game of the preseason this
coming sunday. remember jim harbaugh the former 49ers' head coach? he may have changed teams but his style and fashion, it's the same and that's prompted a motorized cross-country tour. now, besides being known for his coaching. jim harbaugh is known for his game day khakis. well, now that he's moved onto the university of michigan, his pants went with him. and they are getting their own set of wolverine wheels. that's right. look at this. there is gonna be a bus dressed like jim harbaugh to promote his new team. a fox sports bus will sport his famous khakis. it's gonna travel around the country promoting michigan's season opener at the university of utah. the game is being played on fox sports 1. 7:43. let's get you on the road now. sal's watching our commute. >> all right. good morning to you. we're looking at a commute that includes the east bay and a lot of slow traffic. starting off on highway 24
westbound, as you drive through, you can zee highway 24 is getting busier as you drive through orinda and la fayette. the bay bridge toll plaza, we've seen a better commute today than yesterday. still a 10, 15-minute drive getting into san francisco. been looking at the peninsula i've been noticing that highway 1 is slow. but 280 is much better. on the other side of the bay, southbound 880 is slow from a street into the south part of fremont and 237 also slow for most of the drive between 880 and 101. 7:44. let's go to steve in the -- in the weather center. thank you, sir. we have a lot of low clouds. there's fog as far as the eye can see and up and down the coast. some of it has moved inland. that means a cooler pattern. much cooler. a couple of slows spinning, one north of hawaii. no sign of anything yet. the high-pressure system that gave us the warmup, i'll say,
is now weakening and moving off to the east. boy, there is a lot out there. and it was held in check yesterday. came back to the coast. cooled them down. now it will be for almost everybody. 50s and 60s on the temps. in fact, running anywhere from 3 to 5 degrees cooler for some even 7 for san jose. but for others, one to two but the theme is a cooler pattern and that -- and that will translate into cooler temperatures. yesterday was 2 miles an hour. livermore has a westerly component. southeast mountain view and also san jose coming up from the santa clara valley. 50s, 60s on the water temps. the fog has no problem forming when it's that hot in the valley. 30s in the mountains. truckee, 39. ukiah at 57 degrees. there goes the fog taking the turn past eureka on the way to crescent city. cooler, breezy, even with sunshine. temperatures will be coming
down today. we have still one -- left one 100 in there. clearlake. maybe ukiah as well. everyone else 60, 70s, 80s. vacaville will cool down. out of the 102, 103 readings we had, upper 70s, 80s for others. 60s, 70s coast and bay. and then upper 70s, 80s on the peninsula. much cooler pattern. and we'll continue that toward the end of the week. >> you did so good with the morning weather, gas seia -- gasia is stepping outside. as more kids head back to school, there is a focus on packing healthy lunches. gasia is up on the roof. i see you are joined by a wonderful school knew strtionist. she will be putting you -- nutritionist. she will be putting you to the test, right? >> reporter: putting me and my
kindergartener. we have a registered nutritionist. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> reporter: we're talking about school lunches. i packed -- i want you to evaluate -- a typical lunch i put for my kinder. it's a whole-wheat sandwich, peanut butter and jelly, natural peanut butter. fresh mango. we hov veggies. purple carrots and cherry tomatoes. and this sad homemade cookie and we packed ice water. what do you think? >> this is better than most lunches we see at the district. the only thing i would say that's missing is milk. i know it's difficult to keep that refrigerated. this is the one opportunity for the child to get a cup of milk at a meal. >> reporter: so i could pack it or have them buy it at school. this is one example of a hot meal a student could buy. this isn't the regular mac and cheese that i grew up with. >> no, it isn't. all of the grain products we
use are whole-grain. this is covered by a cheese sauce, it's generally a low-fat sauce. it won't be as creamy and high in fat as most people's mac and cheese. but it's -- the kids seem to like it. they all love mac and cheese. we make sure that half of the plate or the tray has fruits and vegetables and that complies with regulations and there's always milk. >> they do a good job of balancing. i see a lot of fruits and veggies. you are telling parents to do the same. >> think about half of the meal or half of your day's foods should be in fruits and vegetables to get the vitamins and minerals and fiber that you need. >> reporter: and we want to make the food look attractive. we don't want to put in bruised fruit that's been on the counter for a few weeks. >> make it small pieces so they are not biting into a large piece of celery. like what you have done.
you've cut it so it's very friendly and finger food. that helps a lot. you know you can cut them in different shapes. i use a fork to do the edges or wedges. another thing that we find is popular is a little spice, a little lime and chili. kids like it. >> reporter: they look forward to it instead of thinking i have to eat my vegetables or throw them away which makes me crazy. when we come back, we'll talk about some of the things kids are packing in their lunch. i see there's two things -- there's this, flaming hot cheetos and we're talking about what parents put in their kids' lunchbox. back to you, dave. >> okay. we'll talk to you later, gasia. another big move by sprint that could have apple lovers flocking to the stores. we'll tell you about the iphone forever plan coming up.
verdict overturned. back in may, dzhokhar tsarnaev was sentenced to death for the 2013 boston marathon bombing that killed three people and injured more than 260 others. well, campus police at stanford, they are searching for whatever vandalized a popular landmark. someone broke off the left forearm of the angel of grief at the stanford family mausoleum. it was commissioned by jane stanford t was in memory of her brother. it was placed at the moss low see yum in -- moss so mausoleum. stanford says the statue has been vand amazed in the past -- vandalized in the past. it's very exsphynxive to repair. the plans of moving ahead to build a barrier that will prevent suicides on the golden gate bridge. later this week, the golden gate district board of directors they are expected to hire a consultant to help with
the bidding on the work. the company is hntb corporation. they are based in san jose. it will also help the board better understand this project. after that, they plan to approve the construction bid in the middle of october. the suicide barrier is expected to be completed by 2019. a former employee in the san francisco district attorney's office is now suing saying she was fired because of her age. ramirez fired a lawsuit against george gas cone and the -- george gascon and the rest of the department. her lawyer said she was replaced with someone younger. >> i feel like it's taken a whole part of my life out of me, 27 years of dedication. 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 disgusting to see it happen with a public official. >> miss ramirez says her termination affected her long- term pension and retirement and wants finance am compensation -- financial compensation. >> the district attorney's office didn't comment saying it's a personnel matter. here's another reason to have coffee. it may help prevent colon cancer from coming back. that's according to a new study from boston researchers. they say drinking two, three cups of coffee a day could be very helpful for people who are recovering from colon cancer. now, a team followed about a thousand people with stage 3 colon cancer. those who drank four or more cups of coffee a day, they were 42% less likely to have their cancer come back than those who did not drink coffee. researchers say it could be because of antioxidants in the coffee or microbes in their stomach. a sorority in alabama is under fire this morning for a
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>> we're live in san jose where police shot and killed a homicide suspect a day after shooting and killing his alleged accomplice. we'll tell you why officers fired and who they are looking for now. plus it's a way to know an earthquake was coming. we'll show you new developments of an official early-warning system for the bay area.
well, good morning. welcome back to the 8:00 hour of "mornings on 2." tuesday, okay 18th -- august 18th. i'm dave clark. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. let's see if we can get you out the door, maybe with a jacket. we haven't worn a jacket in days. >> no. yesterday was mainly coast and bay. it was better after some of those 100s. the night did cool down ta tiny bit. it's gonna cool down more except for some areas that are far away from any fog influence. there is a lot of cloe clouds around. it will be gray by the coast and patrick in redwood shores dry as a bone, pine needles everywhere. 63 and cloudy with the puff. that's rex the cat by the way in the avatar. pine cones can and acorns getting a lot of reports of those. low clouds and a lot to go around. 50s, 60s, much slower to warm up for some of those inland areas because we have the fog
bank and more of a westerly component. delta breeze in place. low clouds flying up the coast. and they are going to stick around for the next couple of days. big fog basic. it will be cooler anland for most. upper 80s, low to mid-90s. os and 70s by the -- 60s and 70s by the water. >> things are getter. in general, things are bet he than they were -- better than they were yesterday. let's take a look at the bay bridge bridge -- at the bay bridge toll plaza. i want to take a look at the road sensors, we have slow traffic in both directions. 280 northbound is slow approaching 101. then we go to the east bay, 680 is still slow. pleasant hill through walnut creek. and then we have slow traffic on highway 4 still. 580 is ill very slow. we had earlier problems into livermore and 680 is low out of
the dublin area -- slow out of the dublin area. we have 280 there northbound. looks good. there goes caltrain . they are waiting for the engine. traffic is looking good up to highway 17. back to the desk. san jose police are investigating the second deadly officer-involved shooting in less than 24 hours. police say both men were wanted in connection with the same murder case. ktvu fox 2's janine de la vega is live in san jose to tell us about the shooting, also what neighbors have to say about it. janine? >> reporter: people who live in this neighborhood had no idea that a man wanted for murder was here. now, he ended up crashing his car on kirk haven court and then he started running toward the house and neighbors say the house he ran to has a history that yell something often hear there, a lot of domestic disputes and police come there often. yesterday, police were following a suspect.
he realized he was being tailed and police believe he was going to kill his passenger because she had information about the murder. the suspect sped away and crashed into the neighborhood we're in. he got out, ran, police say he reached for his waistband, officers opened fire killing him. a gun was not found on his suspect. there was a woman at the scene very emotional and was heard saying that police killed her brother. we spoke to one neighbor who didn't want to be identified. >> it sounded like four usht goes. right after we kind of looked outside of the kitchen window and i called 911 and i said i think i heard gunshots. they said yeah, there was an officer already stationed here. we're really scared. this used to be a nice neighborhood. we've been here over 20 years. it's pretty scary now living in san jose. >> reporter: police say the man they shot had a felony warrant for christopher renns who body was found last thursday on
lundy. another suspect was shot sunday night. police say when they made contact with the man, he reached for his gun and officers fired killing hill. police say there's still a third suspect on the loose for the homicide of christopher renn. detectives have surveillance video of the killing. they want the third suspect to surrender. that's still an active investigation. on top of that, the department is investigating these two officer-involved shootings. there have been four of them since last sunday and that makes a total of number of officer-involved shootings in the city of san jose up to eight this year. police in sunnyvale released more details about the man shot and killed by police over the weekend. he as allen mathew baker iii from san diego. he was considered arm and dangerous and wanted for armed
robbery. they say he ran from officers. he was hiding in the bushes near the motel 6 and was holding a loaded gun and had another gun in miss backpack when an officer confronted him. police have not determined if he fired shot shots at officers. another man with him got away. he's wanted in connection with a recent homicide in fresno. a san pablo man is facing vehicular manslaughter and dui charges after a deadly crash in el sobrante. justin gardner was thrown out of the camaro. he was the only one to survive the crash. the three passengers were trapled in the car and they didn't get out -- trapped in the car and they didn't get out before it exploded in flames. the crash happened in el sobrante on san blow -- san pablo road. police say it's a sobering reminder of alcohol and cars. >> the lesson is alcohol kills.
it's all right to enjoy a beverage. it's another thing to be drunk and driving. >> once the driver's conditions improves, he will be transferred from the hospital to the jail where he will be booked. a former employee in the san francisco d.a.'s office is suing saying she was fired because of her age. she filed a lawsuit against the district attorney george gascon and the city after she said she was fired less than a year before her retirement. her attorney said she was replaced with someone younger who is paid less. >> i just feel like you've just 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 disgusting to see it happen with a public official. >> ramirez says her termination
affected her hong-term pension and retirement and is seeking financial compensation. the d.a.'s office declined to comment saying it's a personnel matter. the father of a woman who was shot and killed by a stray bullet in san francisco back in january is expected to speak out about his daughter's unsolved case. police say sosa was trying to protect her kids when she was shot in a drive-by shooting ontic gel street in the bayview. police released this video of the plaque truck. it may be link -- black truck. it may be linked to the shooting. a 38-year-old man in the car was also shot and killed. a female passenger was also hurt. if you know anything about the case call police. police in palo alto arrested a man who they say was hiding on a rooftop. the suspect dropped the bicycle wheels he was trying to steal
and ran away. weighs cited for prowling and petty -- he was cited for prowling and petty eftheft -- petty theft. police are stepping up enforcement around ten schools near streets where drivers often feed. the city is adding extra crossing guard out there and they are using large electronic signs to remind drivers to slow down. back to school is a top priority is alameda county. todays the san lorenzo and the castro valley districts will be holding a joint news conference talking about how to safely drop doff and pick up students heading back to school. according to alameda county and their traffic information. there were 250 collisions around schools between 2010 and 2012. the classes in san low rhone zoe ands can stroh valley begin next week. seismologists say yesterday's 4.0 earthquake helped them in their development of an early warning system.
developers already know the farther away from the quake's epicenter someone is, the more helpful a warning will be. yesterday's earthquake confirmed that. the director of the berkeley lab says he has the app being tested on the phone but he was too close to the he pip center to receive an actual warning -- he pip center to receive an -- epicenter to receive a warning. >> the app was pointed toward my phone. for people in fremont and san jose, they could have received a warning of several seconds. east bay m.u.d. had damage from the earthquake. the utility there says on a normal day there are about 2, maybe 3 water main breaks. yesterday there were seven and six of those were within a half- mile of the quake's epicenter. all of the broken pipes were
older cast iron pipes. she said those breaks were a good reminder why everyone should have a few gallons of water on hand. google's hangout feature has its own website. google has broken off the chat service and created its own stand alone site at hangouts.google.com. users can use the site to send messages and make phone or video calls. gmail users can continue to access those functions through google's e-mail site. well, the itunes festival is getting a new name and a nut broadcast location. the festival scheduled next month in london is now known as the apple music festival. the apps include pharrell williams. one direction, florence and the machine. apple says the festival will air live osh the beats one -- on the beats one radio station. the case of a brazen robbery and deadly shooting in
stockton last year it's back in court. in our next half-hour, we'll break down the findings of a new report about the police department's use of gunfire. plus, the sit of bangkok, thailand rocked again by an explosion. what authorities are saying about the investigation and a possible suspect. we're looking at a commute where traffic is going to be still busy in many areas. as we take a look at san francisco, not too bad here on northbound 101. we'll tell you more straight ahead. a lot of low cloud and fog and a -- low clouds and fog. and a cooler forecast.
we're following a developing story from bang kong thailand. police are searching for this map. they say he carried out yesterday's bombing, the one that killed at least 20 people. they say video appears to show the same man sitting on a bench at a crowded shrine, taking off a backpack and leaving it behind as he walks away. >> translator: everyone knows at 7:00 p.m. at the shrine, there are a lot of people gathered around there. so if they plant a bomb there -- they will assume there will
cause cashalties. investigators are looking for the cause of a fire that damaged homes in santa clara county. the fire started shortly after noon near mount ladonna county park. that's a rural area near gilroy. thatter are no fire hydrants there. fire crews had to us too water that was trucked in. one woman says she found out about the fire when a worried neighbor came to the front door. >> she said your neighbor's house is on fire. i said oh, my god. you are id canning. i went out to look and i saw flames shooting up 6 feet from the garage. no one was hurt. >> smoky skies are expected to subside. you heard steve paulson. yesterday was the second spare- the-air day but there's no alert in effect today. the winds have been pushing smoke from the wildfire down to
us the in the bay area. that combined with temperatures of 100 degrees is drugs for breathing problems -- is dangerous for breathing problems. planes used to fight fires in california, they were grounded yesterday. calfire says a propeller on one of the planes failed while the plane was on the ground in southern california. so far, six of the 15 planes have been checked by mechanics and they have been cleared. more an more children go back to school that might impact what you see on the roads. here's sal to help us out with that. >> we do have later commutes out there. westbound 24 for example, seems to be getting more crowded in la fayette. westbound as you drive right near the b.a.r.t. station, slows at orinda, we haven't had any major problems. today was quite why outer than yesterday. taking a look at the bay bridge toll plaza, you can see the traffic is backed up, 10, 15 minutes before you make it on
the bridge. 880 has been very slow from hayward heading south and also from hayward heading north into oakland. i just want to remind you that highway 37 thing is gone, that sig-alert -- i mentioned it last night. but someone asked me about it. i want to mention it again. we're sticking to the east bay, that's where all of the slow traffic is on 880 heading up to oakland. now on 580. let's go to steve. thank you, sir. a lot of low clouds and fog. yesterday, it came back to the coast but it was so shallow and ran into resistance from the form of ininvestigation. it started a cooldown for some. guess what. that inversion has lifted. we have much higher bases and that's allowing it to take a charge inland. much cooler for almost everybody. might take one more day for lake county and parts of mendocino county. we have twin typhoons. this is gini. it's in the philippines sector. there are signs it might go in
between there and taiwan or head toward taiwan. the last thing they need. they just had a typhoon and then asante that might head toward japan. once it moves north it will weaken and recurve. that's a lot of energy coming across the pacific keep an eye out for that. the atlantic might finally have something. it looks like a tropical depression. now it might be named danny that's forming. when there is an el nino, the atlantic is very quiet. we'll see. this. this it's there. very quiet for us except for the low clouds and fog. nothing toward the hawaiian islands. there's plenty of fog bank bag to go around. slower to recover from some of these temperatures sofa warm to hot over the last couple of days. 5, 7 degrees cooler for some. 11 degrees cooler than 24 hours ago for fairfield. 8 for livermore.
6 for concord. 8 for san jose. 5 for napa. 2 to 4 for everybody else. west-southwest, 21. west at 13. west at napa. there's a little southeast breeze, santa clara valley but even west out to livermore and look at the fog bank. there's plenty to go around. 39 briefly in chuckee. truckee, 45. 50s, 60s through the interior. but the fog bank is there. it will be here for a while. it looks our pattern is leaning toward a cooler pattern. bigger cool page. windy for some -- cool bank. windy for some. antioch is down from yesterday. should be a 7, 8-degree drop for many locations. 70s near the water. 8 fossor the santa clara valley -- 80s for the santa clara valley. 234r-6 os on the coast, in the city, 70s and 80s on the
peninsula. cooler weather takes us to the end of the week. maybe bottoming out around thursday or friday. >> is that cool with you? >> 85 never looked so bad. >> thank you. hillton hotels and resorts making some changes saying it low no longer sell on demand porn to its guests. the service won't be able available in rooms worldwide. now, according to the national center on sexual exploitation, the hotel chain will be taken off the so-called dirty dozen list. >> very grateful that hilton has made this change can no lowinger be in the distribution of pornography and -- that they are welcoming this kind of change. >> now, hilton released a statement saying "we've listened carefully to our customers and have determined that adult video on demand entertainment is not in keeping with our company's vision and goals moving forward." more and more kids going
back to school and more parents are packing be unwill of -- backing lunches -- packing lunches. i bought a ton of healthy snacks. a nutritionist will guide us toward good choices and give us one simple guideline. she wants all parents to follow when they pack a school lunch. also ahead, a new low for oil prices and what that will mean for your gas tank.
time is 8:23. just checked wall street. markets are essentially flat. home depot reported better than expected earnings. global sales were up 4%. in the u.s., sales up 5.7%, a sign of an improving housing market. consumers spending money on replacingwards ans upgrading their conditions. >> home builders on a roll. construction on new homes in july rose at the fastest pace we've seen since late 2007. they edged up 2/10% up to 1.28 million. that was stronger than expected but it dipped slightly in the western u.s. permits for new construction fell across the country. oil prices, they hit their lowest price in six years. a barrel of west texas oil fell to less than $42. the lowest level since march of 2009. it's raising the possibility of dramatically cheaper gas prices when the summer driving season ends. well, bay area gas prices are already flipping from where
they were -- slipping from where they were a month ago. the average price for a gallon of regular in san francisco, 3.49. 11 cents cheaper in the east bay. in santa rosa, the price is $3.36. it's a penny less in san jose. knows are all down about 15 cents -- those are all down about 15 cents from last month. m ec's number 4 cell phone carrier just made a move. this may push apple lovers to its stores. we're talking about sprint. sprint revealed the iphone forever plan, designed to give customers a new phone when a new model becomes available. the new plan costs $22 a month after january 1st. it comes with a rate of $15 for a 16 gig iphone 6. that's with a trade-in for the customers old phones. >> wall street reacted to the new phone. the sprint stock is up by 30%
this month. apple's next iphone expected to debut next month. the company that owns shopping channel qcs just spent billions of dollars on zhulyly.com.com. it sells women and children's clothing, shoes and purses. all at discounted prices. >> yesterday, liberty interactish announced a deal worth $2.4 billion. the website was founded in 2010. monday's deal is expected to close before the end of the year. high-paying jobs are out growing low wage ones. there's cording to a new study. it's casting out on the widespread belief that certain jobs dominate payroll growth. >> georgetown researchers say 3 million or 44% of the jobs added from 2010 to 1014 were high-paying positions. a salary above $53,000. 1.9million were middle wage and 1.8 million or 27% were low
wage jobs described as those paying less than $32,000 a year. still ahead, high school football really going high tech. up next, the small device now being used at one bay area school to keep teenagers safe out on the football field. a major irs data bra etch now appears -- breach now appears to be more widespread than thought. we'll tell you how many people may have had their information stolen. and you can see traffic on 680 will be a little bit busy but not stop and go as you drive down to fremont. even with sun, it tlb cooler today because -- it will be cooler because there's a he lot of low cloud. wouldel -- there's a lot of low clouds. we'll talk about how much and for how long.
♪ well, good morning. welcome back to "mornings on 2." this is how we start. >> what a way to start the morning. >> i know. we're live outside looking at the oakland estuary right outside of the studios here it at ktvu. chip vaughn is panning around showing a beautiful shot. a little dog walking out there. steve paulson has created a special nice tuesday morning. we wanted to show it to you. >> this is our backyard. we're so lucky to have this right behind us. >> there's your boat. >> no. mine is a paddleboat. one of those rusted-out things. this is such a beautiful day. mild day. i was up there a few minutes ago. i'm running back up there to talk about school nutrition. it's a welcomed break. >> i like that.
let's talk more about the weather and traffic. steve paulson is over there with the forecast. >> i did that just for you. >> i told you. >> the fog, too many requests. it's back. there's a lot to go around. inland temperatures will cool down. you you can see why. there's the fog bank. it's roaring up and down the coast. pretty much everyone is within a degree or two this morning. westerly component. west 13 at concord. had gusts to 33. low clouds and fog in place. it looks like they will be here for a while probably until the end of the week. we have a big fog bank. maybe local driz. cooler, breezy. cooler inland except for a few areas well to the north. 80s for many that were in the 100s. low 90s but 60s, 70s coast and bay. so far so good. i don't want to jinx anything. has anything happen. we've had a couple of things. but behaven't had any of these -- we haven't had any of of
those major things. we've had minor things. let's take a look at san jose. we'll start with 280 northbound as you get out of downtown. doesn't look bad. san jose state, look on the left. southbound 280 approaching the san jose state exit. people driving in and just a lot of schools are back. as we look at the east bay, i can look at the maps. you can see there's still plenty of red. when you see red, stop-and-go traffic. 880 northbound and southbound, out of hayward, san mateo bridge will be busy. so is the dumbarton bridge. bay bridge, 10, 15-minute delay getting on the itself. let's go back to the desk. >> all right. we're learning about new developments about the cyberattack on the irs website announced back in may. now the irs said three times as many people had their personal information stolen as first announced. alex savidge says the number of
victims, it tops 300,000. >> reporter: well, good morning. these thieves are part of a sophisticated criminal on -- operation and they were targeting tax payers who used one particular irs website, a site that's since been shut down. they were steeling people's personal information from the site and the goal was to claim fraudulent tax refunds. now the irs says roughly 334,000 victims are out there. originally, the agency had reported that about 114,000 people had their information accessed. that was back in may. the stolen data was taken from the irs's get transcript website where people can access filings from previous years. and now with this computer breach thought to be more widespread, the irs is planning to mail warning letters to an additional 220,000 tax payers. that should happen in the next couple of days. now, i talked this morning with one of our colleagues here at ktvu and he tells me that he
had fraudulent returns filed in his name. he's looking to clear situation up now with the irs. he told me that the red frag was getting a refund check in the mail before he had even filed his returns. that's when he alerted the irs to the problem. now, the irs says they will be reaching out to all of the tax payers who have been affected here in this situation. but at the same time, there are many things that you can do to make sure your personal information is not being used to file fraudulent returns. we have put a link to an irbs website with some of the warning signs to look out for. that is up on our home page at ktvu.com. back to you. 8:34. there is a new report showing that police fired more than 600 gunshots during last year's bank rockery in stockton. the one that left a hostage dead. report came from a research group based in washington, d.c. it called the police response excessive. it found that some of the 32
stockton police officers at that scene only fired their weapons because other officers were shooting. it also revealed some. officers opened fire teen though their colleagues were standing right in front of them. >> we've never seen anything like this in law enforcement. really only in the movies did we see things like that. >> two of the suspects were killed ahong with misty -- along with misty holts-singh. she was used as a human shield. she was hit by ten shots fired by the officers. since that incident, her family has sued the police department and that surviving gunman has been charged with murder. it's back to school. back to football for a lot of people but the fear surrounding concussions very real. scary for parents. pam cook is back in the studio with a look at new technology that could make the game be a game chaininger. >> that's -- changer. >>
>> that's right. some athletes are the first to try out new sensors designed to keep student as lengths safe -- athletes safe. >> football players at san rafael high school were fitted with the sensors for practice and they will be wean every time they -- worn every time they take the field. it's about the size of a quarter. it records the force in retation of an impact to the head. the trainer and coaches get the data from the sensors out on the sidelines to determine if the player needs to come out of the game. >> parents give their kids to us. we ned to give them back in better shape than we got them. >> i think it would be better to sit out the rest of the game than the next three or four games. >> farther of the pro be blem, the athletes want to play so they often say they are okay or don't realize the seriousness of the impact. so concussions aren't always reported. in new technology will take the guessing game out of the
equation. the technology is made in condebt kit. the sensors are paid for with donations. san rafael high school was a fund-raiser page to buy more. the hope to buy enough to share among the contact sports. my high school daughter does competition cheerleading and they had to have a baseline reading taken so they know where they stand in case they suffer from a concussion. >> grease -- great technology. we're getting a look at the video, the one that promotes a new nfl stadium in southern california that the raiders and chargers may possibly share. it's the same video that was shown to nfl oners. carmen policy is the point man for the raiders on this. he said the raiders and chargers are playing in two of the most dilapidated stadiums
in the nfl and they deserve better. >> i'm gonna follow the raiders. >> they can't just keep leaving and come back. >> well, the two teams are rivals in the afc west which could maic scheduling games hard. so they've made it clear, if they both are allowed to move to los angeles, they would be willing to let the nfl decide if one or both of them should be in another division or even change conferences. one would put the raiders in the west where the 49ers are. beer is down 25 cents at the stadium from $10. bootleed water will go down 75 cents to $a. the 49ers also say they are implementing strategies to ease complaints. there will be new parking policies and more exit lanes to make it better to leave after
the game. the 49ers host the dallas cowboys in their game of the preseason this sunday. well, jim harbaugh, remember him, he may have changed teams but his style and fashion is the sale. that's prompted a motorized cross-country tour. besides being known for his great coaching he's known for his game day khakis. now that he's moved onto the hurst of michigan still has his pants and his pants are getting their own set of wolverine wheels. that's right. look at this. there will be a bus dressed like jim harbaugh to promote his new team. a box sports bus will sport his famous khakis. it will travel around the country procedure mosting michigan's season opener at the university of utah. that game is being played on fox sports 1. the city of el cerrito may be the next city to raise minimum wage.
the city council will hold a study session on the topic during the regular meeting. they want to draft a policy that could be replicated throughout contra costa county. elser is retoe's mayor says -- el cerrito's mayor says it is looking at $15 an hour and cite the lot of living. the city will be holding community meetings listening to the public. if all goes as planned, a minimum wage ordinance could be in place by january 1st. area jerry brown signed a bill to protect grocery store employees from being fired when there is a change in ownership. the bill says grocery store employees at stores of at least 15,000 square feet can't be fired during a 90-day transition period. now, after the transition, the new owners have to provide a written performance evaluation and consider hiring those employees. 8:40. well, now that you no -- know we're back in the school mode, a lot of parents are packing
lunches but are schools marketed as being healthy really the best thing for your kids. gasia back upstairs on our roof with a nutritionist who will debunk the myths about certain healthy snacks as well as teaching kids how to deal with peer pressure in the cafeteria. and a hollywood actress speaking out about plus size. right now we're looking at a commute where the traffic is doing well in some areas. slowing down in others. we will tell you more about it in the latest slowdowns when we come back. a lot of low clouds in place. even sunshine inland will give way to cooler temps. we'll show you how much cooler and for how long it will last.
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>> reporter: welcome back to "mornings on 2." i'm on the rooftop again with joyce peters. we're talking about packing healthy school lunches as more and more kids go back to school. joyce, i think most parents know in is not what belongs in a school lunch, a big bottle of soda, flaming hot cheetos. when you look at this array, they are marketed as healthy, i see things like 100% fruit
juice are these healthy foods we should be packing in the lunchbox every day? >> not really. some of it is marketing. it's relying on our love for our children and the desire to do the best for them. so something like a smart pop here and -- it's actually got more fat than these chips here and you will see that it says open nature. you will see the packaging with a lot of pictures of the nature of fruits and vegetables is to get to you buy more and to help you feel like you are doing a good job. >> reporter: i have a little boy who will be in first grade this year. everything i've bought here i've seen at snack recess. the kids open up their lunchbox. some take out fruits and vegetables and these bars are all over the bars. so are the capris suns and so are the fruit squeezes. fruit is good but in this form, they don't know what they are eating. >> no, they can't tell.
it's really a convenienced food its a processed food. it's highly processed. >> reporter: and i'm looking at this bar. it says chocolate brownies. don't think of this as a healthy granola bar. think of its is a a -- think of it as a brownie. i don't think you should consider this a meal replacement. for those parents who say i don't have time. i'm strapped on cash. you are saying it's ole once in a while -- okay once in a while. >> that's true. sometimes is always better than all of the time. but it starts to add up during the day. sometimes this, sometimes that. by the end of the day, there's a lot of these kinds of food that your child is eating. >> when we're asking students to sit in a classroom, focus on the teacher, do their work, they really need to be nourished as you told me earlier. how do you want parents s to
think about packing for their day? >> this is a day of education trying to better themselves. we don't think of it as a party. i know you want to reward your child. but the reward should be being there and getting an education. i mean, that's my point of view. at any rate, i know you want to make them feel happy they are there and you are providing all of the treats. these are occasional foods. >> reporter: the problem is once one kid shows up with flaming hot cheetos, everything -- everyone wants them. >> and there is a lot of excess packaging in these and it's a mess. >> reporter: i take this situation very seriously being a mom. i think children are born so pure and clean and they only eat what we give them. it's hard but the rewards with great. >> the oakland unified school district. kids go back to school on
monday i hope they will get lunches that are good to go with it. back to you. let's check in with sal, make sure everybody is behaving at the toll plaza. how does it look? >> steady and slow. haven't had any problems. unusual slowdowns are what people hate as we take a look at westbound bay bridge, 15 to 20-minute delay. i also want to mention san francisco east 80 at 4th there is a slowdown because of a new crash. you can tell that all of a sudden traffic in san francisco which had been good is now beginning to slow down trying to leave the city. i do want to mention the traffic is also going to be busy on 580 coming in off the altamont pass. this is a late slowdown for livermore. partially to blame are earlier problems that are gone. let's go to steve. thank you, sir. we have a lot of low clouds and fog in place. that was not there yesterday. some of it was right on the coast. it didn't make much of an
impact inland. today it will. good 10-degree drop i think for some locations. low clouds are there. it was 90 in san francisco on sunday. we had 90. still had some 100s yesterday but i don't think so today. this sent to me on facebook by dj johnny g. huskies log the fog in diamond height -- love the fog in diamond heights. i bet they do. when i was a kid, we had a husky. she could smell the change in the air. we also have two typhoons. the pacific has been unbelievably active. goni is now in the philippines forecast zone. they are keeping track of that. it looks like it will stay north of them. they hope it doesn't head toward taiwan. they just got slammed by one. and then the other one asante looks like it's heading for japan. it may miss them. for us, nothing of that ilk.
quiet at the heavyian islands. a couple of lows but not heading our way. the fog is. it came back in a big way. 50s, 60s on the temps. brentwood was about 76 yesterday. 11 degrees cooler at travis than 24 hours ago. 6 at concord. 8 at livermore. 8 at san jose. 5 napa. 6 at mountain view. 2 to 3 everywhere else. it will be much cooler. westerly breeze. west west for most. there is a compe comment comment of a west for west -- component of a west breeze. big fog bank. a lot of cooler conditions. even well inland. i did hold onto 100. that would be clearlake. by tomorrow, i think 90s there. 60s, 70s by the way. a lot of 80s that were two days
ago. inland locations will drop in the low 90s. 80s for many including downtown san jose. 60s, 70s. and then 80s on the peninsula. that means temperatures on their way down. they will continue that all the way thursday into friday. >> all right, steve. thank you. >> any time. 8:50. well, now to developing news in sacramento. lawmakers are now renewing efforts to pass a controversial right to die law. the bill failed after supporters couldn't get enough support to pass a key assembly commit tee. at a news conference -- committee. at a news conference held a few minutes ago, sponsors have reintroduced the bill. this two allow patients to take life-ending drugs if they have less than six months to live. this was inspired by brittany maynard, the woman with brain cancer who loved to oregon to legally end her life. supporters say a majority of voters approve of the idea.
the university of california dab vis may soon be -- davis may soon be using dogs to sniff out cancer in patients. cancer center has two new faculty members working on early cancer detection. here they are. professor alfie and professors charlie. they are being fran -- trained to sniff out cancer. they are puppies. this he will go through training over the next 18 months to identify tie neck and throat cancer in saliva, in the breath and in europe. >> the doctors are good at dealting you if it's a lump and cancer -- at tell you if it's a lump and cans cancer or if it's a lump without cancer. >> researchers say doctors can recognize difficult cancers. next here on "mornings on
rihanna shut down rumors that she's dating memphis grizzlies matt barnes. the two are past the crush stage, it reported. rean na posted hashtags that included she's not into you and she's never met you. melissa mccarthy won't be using the words plus size for her new clothe congress line. she launched her reline at several retailers. she says it carry as negative connotation.
she said, designers have put everyone in categories and are overcomplicating something that should be easy. she also said the motivation follow starting her own line was when she couldn't find a designer to dress her for the oscars. uber is providing a new type of service. the ride sharing company says it will start delivering hot meals from restaurants in san francisco. it's called uber eats. customer can 0rd foods through the app -- can order foods through the app. food prices are between $8 and $12. there is a $3 delivery fee. for so many fall means it's pumpkin spice latte time. starbucks will include real pumpkin in the pumpkin spice lattes. no artificial coloring. they will make the change as food babe questioned the
indreedups. panera said their drinks won't have aniant fish tal flavors -- artificial flavors. let's take a look at the toll plaza. it's backed up tonight maze. looking at the commute here in san francisco. east 80 at 4th, they they are clearing out a crash there. on the left, that's san jose state traffic. yep back in school. steve? you know how to squash a story, sal. j i like that. >> the fog is back. it will be cooler for everybody. the rest of the week looks nice. we're done with the heat. >> as more and more kids go back to school, i'm breaking out my son's lunchbox. i brought you back the carrots and for you the peanut butter sandwich. no flaming cheat toes. you want the broken cookie. that's how it crumbles.
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