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>> and good morning. i'm dave clark. let's talk about your thursday weather. steve paulson knows -- >> it looks nice today. a bit warmer. gasia, good morning. >> and to you. >> dave is right there. it looks nice on a little more sunshine and our good friend jim at the sausalito yacht harbor. good morning. spring is around the bay this morning. sunny and clear as far as you can see. that is a good sign. 40s for a few. cool readings. patchy low clouds around. they will not last as long today. but they're not going anywhere. they're not disappearing completely. they will be back over the next few days. calmer inland today as the low responsible for the thunderstorms yesterday is exiting stage right. thunderstorms, maybe a few popping up over the sierras. enough moisture to allow heating. west at sfo. northwest at 12 at half moon bay. i think you get the idea. there's a westerly breeze there. 40s and 50s.
napa airport drop today 42 cool degrees this morning. mid-50s for everybody. polk valley 45. mill valley, 45. mid-40s occidental, sebastopol. cloud cover yesterday and thunderstorm activity has moved east for now. low kicks out and moves east. high pressure not that strong. but still build in for a couple days of slighter warmer temps. 60s and 70s under mostly sunny skies. 7:01. quieter. still okay or something on your screen? >> things are better than they were. >> good. >> in the last few days. we've had a couple of rough commutes obviously. right now we're looking at the east shore freeway. we're going to start there and traffic is moving along okay if you are driving through and getting to the bay bridge toll plaza. it is backed up. it is a little slow but this is not unusual for this time of the morning. it is jam packed at the height of the commute for a 25-minute delay. this is a look at interstate 880 north and southbound.
the traffic here is also looking good. one of the big things that we have that is different as we don't have a major over-arching problem like yesterday that blocked several lanes, we have traffic that will be slow on 880 southbound as you drive from hayward to fremont. it's getting a little busy. 680 is all right through dublin. i want to have a new crash that just came in this. this one just came in right at 7:00. just reported. southbound 101 in novato, traffic is backing up now from highway 37. that is in marin county. 7:02. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. we're following a breaking story in oakland. a deadly crash at 98th and bancraft avenues. allie rasmus has been out there for a while. you know the latest and what police found there. good morning, allie. >> reporter: yes. good morning. we will are going live from 98th and sunny side which is a
block away from where the crash happened. it is up at intersection underneath the traffic signal you that see there. you see the alameda coroner's van is on the scene. they have removed the body of the victim of this crash. what we can tell, there were two cars involved in it. at least one person died. a second person was taken to the hospital with injuries. we don't know the extent of the injuries or their condition right now. the crash happened around 2:30 in the morning. several neighbors we have spoken with say the impact of that two-vehicle collision was loud enough to wake them up in the middle of the night. >> just an explosion. just a loud boom. like a loud crash. so i don't know. >> it is very dangerous intersection. uh-huh. >> why? >> just because cars drive really fast. going both ways. going down bancroft or up and down 98th. it is dangerous. >> reporter: we have spoken to several neighbor who's are concerned about that intersection and the speed with
which some vehicles cross through it at times. we saw investigators recover what looked like a firearm. we don't know how or if that weapon is connected in any way to the crash yet. in fact, officers here at the scene have not been able to give us any detailed information about exactly what happened with regards to this crash, whether it was a hit and run or some sort of crime occurred or just a horrible accident. at least one person killed and another injured. 98th between sunny side and macarthur remains closed. back out here live, we have seen many vehicles, even delivery trucks and garbage trucks diverted around the intersection. the big rigs have been stuck here for a couple of hours since the intersection and these two blocks of 98th avenue have been closed. now that the coroner's van has arrived at the scene, it has removed the victim's body, we believe it may not be too much longer before police open up the intersection. but, again, we don't have an estimated time for reopening. 98th avenue between sunny side and macarthur closed this
morning. back to you guys. >> allie rasmus in oakland, thank you. happening now, homicide investigators are looking for evidence that could help them figure out who shot to death two people late last night in east san jose. a man and a woman died. ktvu's alex savidge is in the area where they were killed. this is right along sierra road, not far from mount hamilton. alex. >> reporter: yeah. gasia, good morning to you. this double homicide happened last night along a remote stretch of roadway here in the hills of east san jose. i'll show you the scene behind us here. you can see you have a squad car that is blocking off this road. because there still is an active investigation that is unfolding about a mile up the road from here. and it is beyond where all of the homes are. so there's not any homes in the area where the actual crime scene is. still an active investigation here after this double homicide last night. and just about half an hour ago we were live on mornings on 2 when we watched a dark honda civic being towed away from the scene. clearly that car has something
to do with this investigation. it is unclear though who the car belongs to at this point. this happened last night on the 3800 block of sierra road which is just a few miles east of interstate 680. officers were called out here at about 10:00. that's when they found a man and a woman who had been shot several times. both of them died here at the scene. police have not released any information on the man and woman who were killed. but certainly as neighbors in this area wake up and learn what has happened, they are certainly surprised to hear about this kind of a crime. >> i go to bed last night about 10:00. and i not heard anything. i just heard it this morning. i'm kind of scared because, you know, everybody is scared of something like that. but i don't know anything. i just heard from you guys now. >> reporter: no arrests have been made so far. and police have not released any sort of a description on the person or the people who possibly are responsible for this double homicide.
authorities say these were the ninth and tenth homicides of the year sofa are in the city of san jose. still an active investigation unfolding in the hills of east san jose along sierra road. we expect that the on-scene investigation will be wrapping up sometime soon. if anyone has any information on this double homicide that happened late last night, they should put in a call right away to san jose police. gasia. >> thank you, alex. 49ers linebacker rubin foster will be back for a preliminary hearing today. he is facing charges related to an alleged domestic violence incident. just last week he pleaded not guilty to three felony charges. the alleged victim is his ex- girlfriend who first told police that foster punched her but later recanted the accusations. the ex-girlfriend today will testify that foster did not hit her and that she lied to police at first. prosecutors will then decide if they will go forward with the charges. your time is 7:08. a giver who was arrested in
connection with tuesday night's crash that killed three people on interstate 880 in fremont is due in court today. 21-year-old dang tran of san jose is charged with gross vehicular manslaughter, driving under the influence of marijuana and possessing an illegal weapon. the chp says witnesses saw a white toyota camry speeding and driving erratically just before the crash on interstate 880 near stevenson. the victims were 39-year-old noel johnson, 14-year-old christie lemus and 9-year-old brook lemus. the chp says it is increasingly on the lookout for signs of marijuana impairment. they say their officers use field sobriety tests to determine which drivers may be under the influence of marijuana as they drive. and they say the test is similar to the ones used for alcohol. >> can i do these multiple things at one time. can i stand on one foot, lift
my foot, count out loud. you may smell alcohol. we may smell marijuana coming from the car. we may see the speech is somewhat impaired. a little slower and not really able to respond to our questions. >> now, last year across the nine bay area counties, the chp arrested 197 people suspected of marijuana impairment. since january 1st, when the sale of recreational marijuana became legal in california, 87 people have been arrested so far in the bay area for that same charge. now, officer williams is a drug recognition expert for the chp. we're going to talk to him live about driving under the influence of marijuana. that is coming up today on the 9. time now is 7:09. ram pant drug use at one of the busiest bart stations in san francisco. >> it looks third world. you wouldn't think you were in america. the one bart board member who is taking action this morning to try to stop it.
>> you wouldn't believe how bad these people are. these aren't people. these are animals. president trump lashing out at california's sanctuary state policy. the response from governor jerry brown to the president's latest attack on california. and we do have traffic that is getting slow in many places. a couple of new incidents just popped up. we will tell you more straight ahead.
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take action if he finds evidence of collusion or obstruction of justice. the time is 7:13h president trump met yesterday with several california officials who owe pose the state sanctuary policies. the group included lawmakers and leaders from san diego, orange, fresno, riverside and san bernardino counties. all have vocally supported the trump administration's lawsuit to end california's sanctuary state policy. >> the blanketed policies across california aren't working. so we need help. >> the state of california's attempts to nullify federal law have sparked a rebelon by citizens who want their families protected and borders secured. >> also the president said oakland mayor libby schaaf should face criminal obstruction of justice charges after telling immigrants that raids by ice were expected. governor jerry brown responded with a tweet saying president trump is lying about
immigration, lying about crime, and lying about the laws of california. flying in a dozen republican politicians to flatter him and praise his reckless policies changes nothing. we the citizens of the fifth largest economy in the world are not impressed. a uc berkeley public policy professor says california is an easy target for the president. >> california is a state which he knows he is not going to get the votes of california in 2020. he knows he is not going to actually probably do very well here in terms of congressional races in 2018. why not make california the boogie man. >> there are 13 republicans from california in the house of representatives. and the sanctuary debate can be difficult for those that represent those communities with large latino populations. first lady melania trump is taking to twitter. she tweeted a thank you message
to the staff at walter reed medical center. she says she is feeling great and looking forward to getting back home to the white house. president trump visited her at the hospital for a third straight day yesterday. he joked after going to capitol hill and meeting congressional members, he is the one that should be recovering in the hospital. the time is 7:15. still ahead, sal is right over there watching your commute. how does it look now? >> it looks okay in some areas, slow in others. it is a mixed bag this morning. if you're driving to marin county, southbound 101, there was a crash at ignacio. you will see slowing on the richmond bridge as you come up to the pay gates which is typical. it is okay when you make it on to the span. no accidents reported. let's talk about 80 westbound. if you are driving from the carquinez bridge to the maze, it's a 40-minute drive between the carquinez bridge and the maze. when you get to the bay bridge, you will see another 20 minutes
to wait before you make it on to the span. still not a lot of slow traffic on 880 or 580 getting into oakland. so you have an opportunity. i do want to mention a crash reported by redwood city police southbound el camino real at james. apparently a pedestrian was hit in a crash here. so avoid el camino real near james and redwood city. go around for a little bit. traffic is slow. on the freeway though, it is not too bad on 101 heading down to the south bay. and we're getting crowding in the south bay, especially on northbound 85. 7:16. let's bring in steve. >> thank you kindly, sal. >> you're welcome. >> mostly sunny today. the low clouds will get out of here much quicker. they'll be back nights and mornings. it does not look like we're going above average on temps in time soon. good morning. waking up to 54 in san
francisco and partly cloudy in the sunset district. 85 the record high on this date in 2009. the record low back in 1906 when it was 44 cool degrees. giants still in town. colorado rockies in town. partly cloudy. 59. there will be a westerly breeze 20 miles per hour. but overall probably mostly clear. 62 to 78 today. no 80s yet. patch low clouds will burn off and then sunny and nice. i say nice because temperatures are a little below average for this time of year. yesterday we had measurable rain from that thunderstorm activity. sacramento though really went bonkers there. .42. closer to home, rohnert park, rio vista, napa. they also had small airport at napa airport. the system responsible for that is pushing off into central and southern nevada. there it goes. but give it credit. it fired up the thunderstorm activity and a lot of cloud
cover. the towering cues yesterday left behind a westerly breeze. west at oakland. west at sfo, hayward. 40s on a few. 50s. we had cool readings this morning. napa airport made it to 42. felton made it to 42 chilly degrees. 57 antioch. 56 brentwood. yet 48 by the concord pavilion. mid-50s around dublin. martinez at 52. and pinole 52 as well. 39 up in truckee. isolated thunderstorm activity. more towards tahoe and truckee. they have been popping you have every day over the mountains. there is enough available moisture that you get an afternoon lift and heating and osseal that again. not the intensity that we saw yesterday. another low is coming in late sunday and monday. a little warmer saturday. temperatures inland should be about 79-80. we're looking at 77-78. there is still more possibilities here of some
precip or rain, shower activity coming in. but it won't be until we get towards monday and tuesday. ukiah with .4 forecast. shasta two thirds and even continuation up and down the sierra of more thunderstorms. quite active here. no sign of that changing any time soon either. 60s and 70s to mid-70s for many. a little below average on the inland temps. right about where they should be coast and bay. no sign of high pressure building in. enjoy the may cool if you like this weather. eventually we will warm up. but not yet, gasia. cooler sunday and monday. >> look at that. thank you, steve. 7:19. there's a new treatment to help those addicted to opioid. what reportedly it can do. the xbox has a new way to make gaming more inclusive. more on that when we come back.
>> welcome back to mornings on 2. a grand jury in san francisco indicted the ceo of bumblebee foods for allegedly conspiring to fix prices. he is accused of conspiring with others in the industry to eliminate competition by setting prices for canned tuna. who other executives from bumblebee and star kit pled guilty to price fixing. they paid a $25 million fine. the federal government started the investigation more than two years ago. if you were with us yesterday on mornings on 2 as i hope you were, we talked about
a retail success story. macy's posting strong numbers for the last quarter. >> today it is a different story for another big name at the ball. pam cook is here with the dollars and sense. >> jc penney stock down 12% this morning to less than $3 a share. that after sales came in much lower than analysts expected. jc penney also lowered the earnings outlook for the entire year. now when the opening bell rang this morning, tesla's stock headed lower. after goldman sachs said that tesla needs another $10 billion by 2020 to be able to fund the company's operations. no comment from ceo elon musk at this point. checking in on the numbers, they're all up now. dow started off lower this morning. you can see it is up slightly. 22 and a half points to 24,791. the nasdaq and s&p 500 are both up a little bit as well. apple is narrowing down its list of locations for a second
headquarters on the east coast. a newspaper called the triangle business journal is reporting that talks are underway to establish a campus in research triangle park in durham, north carolina. amazon is also eyeing north carolina for its second headquarters. reportedly checking out sites in raleigh and the triangle. apple says the second location would employ 20,000 people. the company is expected to announce the location later this year. the cdc is giving the all- clear for romaine lettuce. the severe e.coli outbreak affected 172 people across 32 states. one person here in california died after eating the lettuce that was linked to yuma, arizona. the fda says there has been no romaine lettuce harvested in yuma since april 16th and should not be in any stores. and xbox is debuting a new controller to help gamers with disabilities. instead of traditional
directional pads or buttons, it has touch pads. it makes it easier for those with disabilities, including those with muscular issues to play games. the price starts at $100. i was asking our director, people who play games, they say tip i can leer about $60. a little more for the controller. that is nice. >> yeah. people are talking about a bold move by san francisco mayor mark farrell. the reason that millions of dollars is budgeted to send medical teams out to san francisco streets. also what many consider disturbing video showing people openly using drugs at a bart station in san francisco. what a bart board member is doing right now after seeing these videos. good morning. we do have quite a bit of slow traffic approaching the bay bridge on highway 4. but compared to some of the commutes we've had this week,
this is looking a little more routine. and our weather is looking a little more routine. a little warmer. no thunderstorm activity. temps will come up a little bit. what about into the weekend? we will take a look at that coming up. if yyou need to stay downeaway from it. call 911. let our first responders come out and handle it. police and fire will respond as well as pg&e. pg&e will make the scene safe. ♪
and you smell gas, your first step is to get out, travel to a safe distance until you can't smell the gas anymore, and then call 911. the first responders will come out, and they'll make it safe for you and your community. ♪ >> welcome back. the time is 7:28. a live look in london, specifically abby road. you know it if you have seen the beetles album and i know you have. >> yes. >> walking in the crosswalk there. today we're giving you a live look because we're just a couple days away from the royal wedding. big wedding happening early our
time on saturday. >> double decker bus. >> such an iconic scene. >> yeah. >> we will be covering the royal wedding for you. prince harry and meghan markle tying the knot. we will have that tomorrow morning. actually that is saturday morning. tomorrow morning we're going to preview all of the festivities. >> yes. >> it is a busy thursday, may 17th. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. let's talk about your thursday morning weather. steve paulson is right over here. he knows about everything. >> i don't know about that but i will do my best on the weather side. up in the mountains, know. yes. we had a little bit of snow. one inch of new snow yesterday in soda springs which is one mile west of donners pass. we had ours towards napa county and solano county. things have calmed down. another round today. probably not as intense because the source, the low responsible for that, look at that, i mean it was lit up big time.
there is still available moisture and every day we get isolated thunderstorm activity. it stretched all the way back here and into sacramento which had really good rain from thunderstorm activity. a lot less but even small hail recorded at the napa airport yesterday. afternoon will be mostly sunny. still mostly sunny here. 60s and 70s. temperatures near average to still slightly below. even though we are warming up a little bit. a lot more sunshine as the low moves out. again, there will be another one moving in on monday and tuesday. but not decreasing is the on shore breeze. we have a westerly wind. 50s on most of the temps. cool this morning here. still a few upper 40s. a lot of 50s and temperatures will be slightly below average inland. they're not going to see that. still some isolated showers over the high mountains. for us, 60s and 70s on the temps. all right, sal. quiet. something that you're looking at. >> yeah. >> there is a crash westbound
80 at gillman street. i'm looking at the east shore freeway. i'll show what you i'm seeing. i don't see a lot of traffic getting through. so there is a crash up there somewhere, i believe. and i'm going to see if i can find out for you. you can see how light it is. it is taking 46 minutes to get there. i think that the crash that we have at gillman may be adding to the delay on the east shore freeway. let's talk about the bay bridge toll plaza where traffic is also going to be slow here as you drive into san francisco. we have a nice looking shot here. kind of like this shot. nice contrast here. the traffic on the bridge looks good getting into san francisco. and this is a look at interstate 880 northbound passing the coliseum. i will say that southbound el camino real at james in redwood city near sequoia high school is a good area to avoid because of a serious accident involving a pedestrian. you may want to use other roads instead of el camino for the short stretch. the peninsula traffic is not
bad. but slow traffic getting into the west valley. let's go back to the desk. happening now a member of the bart board of directors is following through on a promise that he made after disturbing video was released showing people passed out or shooting up at the bart station. the former supervisor who is now a bart board member is at the station this morning to help patrol the area. into residence some of the videos that he saw and is reacting to. he arrived at the civic center bart station about an hour ago and will be there until 8:30. this comes after bart rider showed videos of people passed out or shooting up inside of the civic center bart station. >> it looks third world. honestly you wouldn't think that you're in america. body after body sitting down, needles, feces. i mean everything. >> the san francisco police department has recently joined bart police in patrolling the area just this week. >> and gasia, frank mallicoat is at the civic center bart
station right now. tell haas is happening today to deal with some of the problems. >> reporter: well, good morning. we are here at civic center bart station. if you look down the hallway, it is clear, unlike some of that video that disgusted, well, everybody really. especially one of the board members duffy who said -- he is a man of his word. if we can't clean thumb, i'm going to come down at 5:30 and set up camp and keep an eye on it. he joins us now. what have you seen this morning. >> it has been incredibly pleasant this morning. i have seen a lot of riders and a couple individual who's looked like they were coming to the hallway for the wrong reason but they saw me or police and moved along. >> you think the presence alone has made a difference. >> yes. and a lot of your viewers are riding bart and coming and talking to me saying i saw you this morning. i'm glad you're here. as you know, bart has added elevator attendants. so our elevators here at civic
and at powell are staffed 20 hours a day. they want comment cards to commend the people who make it pleasant to get on an elevator without a puddle or pile on it already. >> that video must have turned your stomach. >> i was pretty upset and i have been as mad as i have been in a few years. i was disgusted and embarrassed. i said i'm going to be like lucy in peanuts. i'm going to sit down and say five cents here. >> you can't sustain that obviously. you have to find solutions. it is systemic. we're talking about homelessness and drug use. will be here tomorrow. >> i will be here different hours tomorrow. i want to thank salvation army. they will be here from 1:30 to 4:30 today. they wanted to come and sweep. i said we have great custodians. the station is clean. what we need is transitional housing beds and drug treatment. so salvation army is going to come and get people to accept services. >> do you think by you being
here, a heavier police presence, you're shedding a light on a huge problem. >> i'm one director but i'm accountable. and honestly i am embarrassed the at conditions. i feel if all i can do is sit here and be in my chair, that is what i should be doing. we're meeting with mayor farrell. we had a meeting with bart pd and social services. because bart is a transit agency. we can't help people get out of the cycle addiction here. but we're meeting with the mayor this afternoon and i hope to see -- we should have mental health workers here. they need help. >> all right. thank you very much. part of the board of directors. i have chief carlos rojas. what have you seen this morning. >> a clean station. no druggies in the hallways. of course that is attributed to the police presence. i have seen both san francisco pd and bart police officers throughout the station. >> reporter: and will this become a habit where you will
have more bart pd down here and sfpd. >> it is not being a habit. it has to be part of our regular strategy to make sure that we have a consistent presence, whether it is bart pd, san francisco pd or just the joint effort that we do regularly. >> reporter: can we talk about the video? it must have turned your stomach. >> yeah. absolutely. the video is shocking. whether it is a video where you have someone's drug use on the city street or down here in the station. >> reporter: long-term solution? >> well, we really have to have a con simulates tense presence from the policing stand point. also there has to be suffer resources for those addicted to drugs and also sufficient shelter space, which is a struggle throughout california. >> reporter: it will take some time. >> absolutely. >> reporter: all right. chief, thank you very much. >> thank you. >> reporter: heard from the chief, the board of directors here as well. it is a problem that will take a while to fix, so to speak. but the presence alone as you can see hallway is clear. so when you have people here keeping an eye on things that,
is a good thing that. is the latest. we're live inside of the civic center bart station in the city. i'm frank mallicoatment back to the desk. >> thank you, frank. our question of the day is this: who should bare the most responsibility for improving conditions object bart? should it be politicians? should it be the police? should it be bart or somebody else? let us know what you think by voting on the ktvu twitter page and also comment on the ktvu facebook page as well. again, our question of the day, you know what it is. here is a look at the results so far. 20% say politicians. 8% say the police. 68% say bart should do it. and 4% say others. you can continue to vote. today san francisco mayor mark farrell will announce a new effort in the city to help heroin addicts beat their addiction. the mayor's office says the program is the first in the country and will bring direct treatment to addicts. the mayor is including $6 million in his current budget proposal to pay for a 10-person
team. they will go out on the streets and give them a new drug, effective to stop heroin cravings almost immediately. waiting for addicts to come into the clinic is just not working. the time is 7:38. keeping up with the cost of living. we will take a look at the top careers that just aren't making the cut when it comes to how much they pay. and some of the highest towing fees in the country. information on a new plan from the city of san francisco to help people with low income pay the fines. looking like a nice day. no thunderstorm activity today. it will be a little warmer but still temps are averaging slightly below average for thursday.
>> welcome back to mornings on 2. it is now 7:40. there are two major stories this week involving san francisco's board of supervisors. the board rejected two nominees for police commission and there was a contentious hearing about the clean up of hunters point. >> she represents district 10 that includes hunters point. thank you for many here. >> absolutely. thank you for having me. >> there are allegations that the contractor falsified soil samples. >> yeah. we're talking about the shipyard. about 953 acres. land that was owned by the navy where there were a lot of war time activity that's happened. as a result there's a lot of toxic chemical that's were in the soil and that are still in -- in and around the area. the concern has come with the fact that in 2012, it was identified. and now in 2016 verified that
soil samples were substituted. clean soil was substituted for dirty soil which means that all of the data was falsified, which means now it is called into question the people that are living there are they safe. and so the hearings which lasted four hours on monday was strictly about rescanning to assure that the people living there right now are safe and not in harm's way and rescanning parcel g. >> tech interest tech sent a representative. the board of supervisors didn't want to hear from the person. tell us about that. >> tetra tech brought all of their executives and a team of folks, experts to talk about the work that they have done on the shipyard and the work that they didn't do. i requested that they have their chief environmental officer present in the hearing. instead they opted to send their attorney.
and i had a legal arbitration. it wasn't anything -- the attorney had only been with the company for six months. we're talking about a clean-up that has been going on since the closure of the shipyard in 1974. 1974. so i'm looking for someone that has some institutional knowledge. i have constants who -- constituents with a longer history with the project. >> you kicked him out of the meeting. >> i can't kick him out. he left in a huff. i believe that the contracts that at the interest tech receives from the navy should no longer be extended. >> all of its projects. >> yes. it is a multi billion dollar company. pays its executives hundreds of millions of dollars and still
is allowed to go forward. how do you come back from falsifying data? people's lives are at stake. the real thing that i'm advocating for is the clean-up of parcel g and a rescan of the soil in parcel a. because our job as elected leaders is to protect the health of the homeowners. >> let's talk about the police commission. there were nominees to be on the police of commission. the board of supervisors rejected them. why and how vulnerable is the city. >> the city is not as have younerrible as one would -- vulnerable as one would think. the majority rejected two commissioners. quite frankly two commissioners have done an outstanding job in their service. about you it is a point in time where we are today. the police commission is a policy making body that is going to have large responsibilities to move the 272 department of justice
recommendations forward into fruition. so it is -- i'm of the mind-set that it is a better sound decision to allow a pause, get right -- fully vet strong candidates and then place them on the commission. you see the commission is made up of 7 seats. currently there are three now. there were more applicants working their way through the pipeline. we will have someone in place at the police commission with a full quorum starting june 6th. >> right now you don't have a quorum. suppose something big happens. suppose the police chief leaves. >> to be fair, we didn't have a quorum before the two names came forward. >> right. >> so the issue of whether or not there is a quorum issue is inconsequential. there is nothing scheduled of grave or serious nature. >> there are however many sources saying that the current san francisco police chief bill scott is one of three finalists to go back to his long-time
home, the los angeles police department to be chief there. have you heard from chief scott if he is a finalist or considering a job in l.a. >> the chief hasn't confirmed his future intentions. it would be a loss for our city if we were to lose chief bill scott. >> okay. >> supervisor cohen from san francisco, thank you for coming in. >> thank you. >> thank you for the information and all of the best to you. >> thank you. thank you very much. >> thank you for joining us. 7:46. let's help get you out the door. we will call on sal to do that. it has been a week of traffic, sal. >> it sure has been, gasia and dave. today we have a new motorcycle accident just reported a few moments ago. northbound 101 at mckee. that involves a car and a motorcycle. this commute has already been slow. now that will be extra slow if you drive northbound 101 on southern san jose trying to get to sunnyvale. this will be a big thing in your way. more people are likely to get on 280 and 85. those freeways are already
crowded. want to let you know it is there near mckee. we also have slow traffic from hayward to fremont on southbound 880. dumbarton and san mateo bridge traffic is moderate. it is slow getting into oakland from san leandro. highway 4 is slow through pittsburgh and bay point. concord to walnut creek on 680, typical here at the bay bridge toll plaza. we can see traffic is backed up for a 20-minute delay. san francisco, northbound 101 slows from about silver avenue to cesar chavez. then you can see traffic looks good approaching the 80 split. 7:47. let's bring in steve. >> what time is it? >> 13 minutes before 8:00. >> thank you, sir. >> you're welcome. >> from the san rafael camera, that is our director jeff green telling me in my ear we're going to the san rafael camera. there is stuff, low clouds out there. patchy low clouds. thank you, jeff. steve, good morning. josie wants to know when the dog days of summer start. she is missing her pool time.
i wouldn't say she is missing it. i don't see any warm temps yet. but by warm, i mean 90s. i don't see anything yet. all the way out to june he 1. once you're stuck in a pattern, we're stuck in one extreme or the other. david is up in mendocino county. good morning, steve. 50 in will its with another round of june bloom. wearing shorts and sunglasses in defiance. you go ahead and do that. why not. there is a lot of cloud cover. yesterday the cloud cover and the thunderstorm activity was all around. the cloud cover still there. it is tough to budge. plenty of breaks. it is a cool may temp forecast. even though we are warming up a little bit. 60s and 70s today. near the bay will be near average. inland slightly below even though we're bumping up on the high temps. the low responsible for the thunderstorm activity is gone. they take off fast. that will give a few isolated showers up in the sierra but they don't have the energy
source like they did yesterday. on the peninsula, low 50s. atherton a cool 50. 55 over at half moon bay. union city is in there. foster city 56. so is belmont. a lot of 40s this morning. 30s up in the mountains, including truckee. the activity yesterday has pushed off to the east, way out of the picture for me. one system kicks out. the low pressure will build in for a couple of days. then another low, another one? yes. this one coming in from the northwest that. will drop in sunday. until then a little warmer for your friday and saturday. but the fog will still be here nights and mornings. we have nice conditions but it won't be clear. 60s and 70s on the temps. even clearlake and vacaville at 78 and 77. that is pretty nice. same for brentwood and walnut creek at 74. danville is in there. 68 berkeley. oakland downtown. 70 in san jose to 77 in gilroy.
72 saratoga and los gatos. 70 in redwood city. so pretty nice. if you like this weather. >> uh-huh. >> i can't do much better than this. cooler monday and tuesday. maybe rain monday. another round of showers. we will see. >> i'll take it. >> all right: >> the time is 7:50. spending hours stuck in traffic? coming up at 8:00, we will show you where commuters are spending the most time in traffic.
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be diagnosed with a mood disorder. fewer babies are being born in this country. the total number of babies born last year was the lowest since 1987. the birth rate for women in their teens and 20 ands 30s fell last year. there is a slight increase in women in their early 40s. one reason for the decline might be that more women are waiting to start a family. the price to park at the golden gate bridge may be going up soon. you're allowed to park in the golden gate bridge employee parking lot on weekends for $5 daily rate. the toll plaza parking lot on the san francisco side, that's 25 cents every 15 minutes. drivers would be charged $5 at an hour at both lots. those lots make about $200,000 every year. with the increases, that could double to $400,000.
san francisco's transportation agency has approved a break for low income female who have their cars towed in the city. san francisco has the highest cost to retrieve a car that is towed. it costs an average of $575 to get back a toad vehicle. the city will waive fees for low income car owners but pay the $290 towing charge and storage fees that are nearly $70 a day after the first day to the towing company. the waiver applies to families earning $50,000 a year or less. we're just two days away from the big royal wedding. more information is coming out about how it's going to take place. in fact earlier this morning, kensington palace said that meghan markle's father will not be at the wedding. he is recovering from heart surgery and asking the public to give him space to focus on his health. 600 people have been invited to the royal wedding inside of st.
george's castle. the broom, prince harry, will have his brother william as his best man. meghan markle will not have a maid of honor. however, their god children and children of their close friends, they will make up a team of six brides maids and four page boys. >> my impression is that they love one another very much. they're very committed to each other and are serious about their relationship. >> also today, 250 officers will take part in a wide scale security rehearsal. the wedding itself will cost 43 million u.s. dollars. a lot of it is going towards security. we're hearing that elton john will perform on the wedding day. we're not sure if it is at the wedding or at the reception. but make sure that you join us tomorrow. we're going to have live pictures from windsor throughout the day beginning at 5:00 a.m. you will see everything happening leading up to the royal wedding on saturday.
we continue to follow developing news in san jose. what we're learning about a double homicide in a pretty remote area. also cracking down on marijuana behind the wheel. what the chp says they will do to test driver who's may be under the influence. on the road on highway 24 heading west to the tunnel, you can see a little bit of crowding here in lafayette. also more crowding in orinda. well, some sun breaks but low clouds are filling in here and there. and temperatures, they bump up a little but still below average on this thursday.
>> reporter: good morning. san jose police investigating a double homicide that happened in a remote area in the hills of east san jose. we will tell you about the man and woman found shot to death last night. >> reporter: a few blocks of 98th avenue in oakland remains shut down this morning for the investigation into a deadly crash that happened here overnight. what we know about what happened so far. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning, everybody. welcome back to mornings on 2. it is thursday, may 17th. i'm mike mibach. >> i'm gasia mikaelian.
excited to go into this thursday because the weekend awaits. let's go to steve paulson to see if we are getting more sun for the weekend. >> a little bit but not warm, warm. just a little bit. >> i'll take it. >> good morning, mike. >> good morning. >> thank you. we have low clouds around. can't get rid of thomas jefferson. yesterday's system has moved off into nevada. no more thunderstorms for now. patrick says i hope we have a summer this year. cloud cover, high humidity levels all week as well. yes, but high humidity and cool temps sure beats high humidity and hot temps. so there is your low clouds. now, they will burn back. they're still there. they will come back again tonight and tomorrow. yet we are warming up a little bit. that is the low. it takes off. it gave us the thunderstorm activity and clouds yesterday. mainly 50s here. even at the 8:00 hour. cloud cover from yesterday and all of that moisture has moved out of the picture for now. weak high pressure builds in for a little bit warmer conditions. yet these are still below
average for inland temps. 8:02. you're not looking at your screen. >> yeah. but i already know what is going on. >> i think you do. >> yes. it is a motorcycle accident that has really slowed commutes in san jose. if you're driving, let's say from the blossom hill area of san jose, it is solid now because of the motorcycle crash between alan rock and mckee. three lanes taken up. it is taking 40 minutes to drive what should take ten driving this way. some people may use 85. that is fine. but you're going to see slow traffic into the valley. some people may be on 280. that is also very slow. and there was also another accident with a less serious injuries northbound 101 at the lawrence expressway. southbound 880 is slow down to stevenson. and the rest of the commute is all right. we do have southbound el camino real at james in redwood city near sequoia high school, they're investigating an auto
versus pedestrian accident there. still slow in contra costa county. bay bridge will be backed up as you drive through. i want to go back to something here. we talked about contra costa county. i don't want to leave out people in marin county. it is slow. we had earlier accidents here. southbound 101 backed up from rolland boulevard down to central san rafael. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. >> thank you, sal. oakland police are investigating a deadly crash that killed at least one person. >> this happened at 98th and bancroft in east oakland. allie rasmus has been at the scene throughout the morning. we can also bring in alex savidge who is working a story in the far south bay about a -- a terrible situation there as well, alex, in san jose. >> reporter: yeah. really a terrible situation that unfolded here in a remote part of east san jose. we're up here in the hills right along sierra road. this is where the double homicide happened late last night. you can see just how remote this area is.
it is far beyond any of the houses in this area. no houses nearby where this double shooting happened last night. police have wrapped up their investigation here at the scene. as you can see. but a short time ago we did watch as a dark honda civic was towed away from the scene. we believe there may have been a second car that was towed away as part of the investigation. now, officers were called out here at about 10:00 last night. that's when they found a man and a woman who had been shot multiple times. both of them died here at the scene. now, police have not released any information on the man and woman who were killed here. but of course neighbors, a lot of them waking up to learn about what took place and a lot of them very surprised to hear what happened. >> it makes us uncomfortable. until we find out details, if it was a targeted situation or random, we're just -- that's kind of why i'm still here. >> reporter: and that neighbor we spoke with a short time ago told us that he also heard a
car racing down this street, down sierra road and heading down into town around the time of last night's shooting. now thus far no arrests have been made in connection with this double homicide. police have also not released any sort of a description on the person or the people who they think may be responsible for this crime. these were the ninth and tenth homicides of the year here in the city of san jose. again, no arrests have been made. san jose police still actively working this case after gathering evidence here at this scene, this remote crime scene, throughout the night. and obviously if anybody out there has any information on these two killings that happened last night, they should put in a call right away to san jose police. gasia. >> alex, thank you. >> back now to the story we mentioned in oakland where police are investigating a deadly crash that killed at least one person. ktvu's allie rasmus reports. >> reporter: we are at 98th avenue and sunny side in oakland. the crash happened about a block away from where we are. we're standing outside of the crime scene tape and the police
perimeter. you can see what is left of the deadly crash that happened here at this intersection. it happened around 2:30 in the morning. the alameda county coroner's van arrived a short time ago and removed one victim's body from the crash scene. we know one person died. a second person was taken to the hospital with injuries. we don't know the extent of the injuries or their condition right now. several neighbors we have spoken to this morning say the impact of that two-vehicle collision was loud enough to wake them up in the middle of the night. >> just a big bang. just a -- kind of like a train. just something very massive. just the other day a car flipped over down the street right here. it is an ongoing thing. they need to put lights up here. >> reporter: earlier this morning we saw investigators at the scene recover what looked like a firearm near the crash site. we don't know how or if the weapon is connected to the crash that happened here. officers here at the scene have not been able to give us any detailed information about exactly what happened with
regards to this crash. whether it was a hit and run or if a crime occurred or just a horrible accident. one person killed, another injured. 98th between sunny side and macarthur remains closed. around this intersection, we also know that ac transit had to reroute a couple of bus lines because of the investigation here. we have reached out to oakland police spokespeople for more information and we are waiting to hear back from them. in oakland. allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. we do have new information just into the news room i would like to pass on. oakland police now say they have confirmed they are in fact looking for a driver involved in the crash allie has been reporting on. they say the driver fled the scene and they have not provided us with suspect information. the man arrested in connection to tuesday night's crash that killed three people in fremont is schedule today appear inside of a courtroom this afternoon. facing charges of gross vehicular manslaughter, driving under the influence of
marijuana and possession of a legal weapon. we are learning more about the three people killed in the crash. they have been identified as 39- year-old noel johnson. 14-year-old christie lemus. and her 9-year-old sister brook. they were from san joaquin county. brook's track coach says she was a special person. >> we warm up in the beginning of the practice. she was always right in front of me. a big smiling face, always energetic. >> she loved to run. and she was really nice. >> both the girls' schools will have counselors available to help classmates and school staff cope with the sudden loss. five other people in the family were in the suv and injured in the collision. one is in critical condition. now, the chp says it is increasingly on the outlook for signs of marijuana impairment. the highway patrol says its officers use field sobriety tests to determine which drivers may be under the
influence of marijuana while behind the wheel. they say the test is similar to the ones used for alcohol. >> can i do these multiple things at one time? can i stand on one foot, lift my foot, count out loud. we may smell alcohol or marijuana coming from the car. we may see that the speech is impaired. a little slower and not really able to respond to our questions. >> last year in the bay area, chp arrested 197 people for suspected marijuana impairment. since january 1st of this year, when the sale of recreational marijuana became legal in california, 87 people have been arrested so far in the bay area for that same charge. coming up in the next hour, highway patrol officer williams who is a drug recognition expert for chp will join us to talk more about what officers are seeing out on the highways when it comes to driving under the influence of marijuana. the time now is 8:09. rubin foster will be back in court today for a preliminary hearing. he is facing charges relate today a domestic violence
incident. just last week he pleaded not guilty to three felony charges. the alleged victim is foster's ex-girlfriend who at first told police that foster punched her by late he recanted the accusations. the sacramento bee reports that the ex-girlfriend will testify that foster did not hit her and she lied to police initially. then prosecutors will decide whether whether or not they will go forward with the charges. the district has been criticized for allowing caserta to remain on staff even he is accused of sexually harassing students date being back to 2002. you will remember that he resigned from the city council and suspended his campaign for a seat on the board of supervisors just this week because of the sexual abuse allegations. the school district is setting up a task force of teachers, staff, students and teach parents to stream line sexual harassment reporting procedures. keeping up with the cost of living. we will look at the top careers
not making the cut when it comes to how much they pay. also million dollar homes, apartment that's rent for $4,000 a month. certainly that is considered normal in san francisco and san jose. but now those high prices are spreading to the suburbs. the latest on the bay area housing market that is pushing people out of the area. it is crowded on the bridge getting into san francisco right now. you can see traffic westbound recovering from some earlier problems on the san francisco side of the bridge. still a few low clouds around. most of those have cleared. at least over the city. it will be a nice day. but temps struggling to get above average. we will see what is in store for the weekend.
>> the amount of money you need to earn to afford a home in the bay area is on the rise again. the california association of realtors released its quarterly housing affordability report this week. it takes an annual income of $333,000 to buy a home in san francisco without putting yourself in financial trouble. the median household income is $83,000. even in community that's are 30, 40 minutes from silicon valley or san francisco, they're experiencing rent and home prices out of reach. as ktvu's tom vacar found out, the median price in walnut creek may be soon approaching a million dollars while rent can hit $4,000 a month.
>> reporter: walnut creek's median house price is about $900,000 and rising quickly. examples, stone eridge. a new community of attached homes is selling units in, get this, the low millions. what about walnut creek rentals? three bedrooms going for $3,700. almost $4,200 in the best areas especially close to bart. that is great for developers, current homeowners and landlords. but trouble for walnut creek. merchants are having big trouble finding people willing to commute here for relatively low paying jobs. even well paid skilled workers, for example, at the medical center often pass on such jobs due to the high cost of housing and living. >> you have both ends starting to squeeze. the tipping point is not far away. >> reporter: high housing prices often affect health. >> wear finding people are not taking medications because they
can't afford the medications. and so -- because they have to pay their rent. >> reporter: one possible solution, build more living units in buildings far higher than the city rules currently allow. >> it is a community decision. where is the best location for these development projects. what is that going to look like as far as the design component? what is the height going to be. >> reporter: without putting a lot more housing, the turnover in current home ownership guarantees low inventories, causing prices to keep rising. one relief came yesterday as via monty walnut creek broke ground for a community already 80% lease out. >> they're buying contracted care that allows them to stay here for the rest of their lives. >> so the fee structure enables them to take advantage of the equity if their home and pay what they're spending on a monthly basis to spend in their own home snooze seniors of means can lease a place the size they want, often using the
proceeds of the former homes to finance it. that puts more underutilized senior citizen owned homes on the market. >> i'm getting older. i'm 75. we don't have children. so we thought we need a place to go. >> we're fine right now. we're independent and mobile and we can go large distances to enjoy our friends. but things will probably be changing as the years go by. >> reporter: for walnut creek the issue is long-term sustainability because housing at these prices is working against that. tom vacar, ktvu fox 2 news. even people who are not looking inform buy a home are affected by high housing costs. many people who perform essential jobs can't afford to live here. they can't afford to do that work if they can't afford to live here. some do specialty construction work. the san jose mayor told us that his city is loses police officers and teachers due to
the high cost of housing. those who work as real estate agents can't afford to live in the neighborhoods their they sell property even though earn much higher wages living in the bay area than other people in less expensive cities. another new study finds people in marin county spend more time in commute traffic than people in the rest of the bay area. according to a new report it takes marin county residents an average of 32 men's to get to work. the bay area wide average is 31 minutes. people who live in belvedere have the longest commute spending an average of 40 minutes in their vehicles because of congestion on tiburon boulevard. downtown tiburon to 101 some days takes you 20 minutes or so just to get to the highway let alone getting into san francisco or oakland or san shows or however you're going. speaking of the commute, let's go to sal. >> it is a little slow in still cop valley. it has been affected about i a
motorcycle accident that has been there for a little less than hand hour. it will be slow. people have been diverting on to 280 northbound. it is not too bad in downtown. but it will be very slow getting up into the cupertino area. you also see slow traffic of course approaching highway 17 which is typical. at the very least we don't have what we had yesterday with the broken water main. that is cleared up. so you don't have any unusual backups. 101 near alan rock cleared up finally. but it is backing traffic up still from capital expressway. the only saving grace that we have is some of the other commutes around the bay have been slightly lighter. for example, hayward to fremont this morning, it slows near whipple. union city and fremont border getting down to fremont and you will see slow traffic not the
dumbarton and san mateo bridges. today's weather, let's bring in steve. >> thank you, sir. it looks good. some areas with some sun. that is some sun. others though are still cloudy. and a lot of that cloud cover is up in lake county and mendocino county. jake mckenzie. a delightful morning in rohnert park. that was about 30 minutes now. now they are 55. a lot of low 50s. mid-50s here. hillsberg, 51. 56 in american canyon. 56 in novato. happy thursday. temps may be oddly clear but the sky is put okay a show with the dancing cloud. i agree with that. because of the jetstream over usment for this time of year when you get a low coming by and everything coming down out of the northwest, i noticed that yesterday. the clouds are moving fast here for this time of year. and there is an on shore wind for many locations. and as long as you have that
and the low cloud deck and they continue to kind of dance around but some areas get the sun. but they're not going away. i think they will come back late tonight and tomorrow. maybe even a little thicker for tomorrow. up around 6800 feet has moved well into nevada. it is out of the picture for now. 50s on the temps and a couple of low 60s. livermore only 56. san jose, 56. fairfield is 57. sfo is 58. redwood city, 58. that is all of the activity from yesterday. a lot of cloud cover holding on to the north. lake county and mendocino county, still low even though the low kicks out. there's a lot of moisture sticking around. high pressure will slowly build in and give us slightly warmer temps. but i don't see anything going above average. just near average. then another low drops in sunday and monday to reinforce the cool. 60s and 70s. nice day for the middle of may.
70 in san jose. east san jose probably low 70s as well. 60s in san mateo. 70 redwood city. if you like this kind of weather, there you go. if you don't it warmer, i don't see anything yet. >> thank you, steve. we're at about 48 hours and counting right now before prince harry and meghan markle tie the knot. more on the last minute preparations for the royal wedding underway.
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>> only two days to go officials are setting the stage for saturday's royal wedding. >> organizers are holding a rehearsal this morning. just a short time ago the soon to be married couple arrived. lauren has more on what people can expect this weekend. >> reporter: just two days before the royal wedding, sad news from kensington paling. meghan markle confirmed that her father will not attend the wedding. the event is expected to captivate viewers from around the world. >> this is a real life fairytale. >> reporter: 600 invited guests will be inside the chapel at windsor chapel to witness prince harry and meghan markle become husband and wife. prince william will be prince harry's best man. the couple's god children including princess charlotte
and prince george and the children of their close friends will make up a crew of six braids maids and four page boys. after the ceremony, both families will stand on the steps and wave to the newlyweds as their leave the ceremony in the carriage pulled by horses. for a procession through windsor. legendary singer elton john will be performing on the wedding day but it is not clear if it will be at the ceremony or reception. but none of this can happen without practice. today 250 saves will participate in a wide scale rehearsal. >> the important thing to say is there no particular threat to the event. >> reporter: the wedding is estimate today cost 32 million pounds. that is just over 43 million u.s. dollars. most will be going towards security, with more than 100,000 people in town, officials are taking every
precaution. >> and more prewedding drama from meghan's side of the family. her half sister who was not invited to the wedding was hospitalized after a car accident involving paparrazi. join us tomorrow as we will have live reports starting at 5:00 a.m. on mornings on 2. we will show you what is leading up to the big royal wedding. an attack in san francisco's delores park on a dog and four people. the latest on the such for the owner of two pit bulls -- search for the owner of two pit bulls. one bart board member was so sickened by a video of the conditions down here decided to hold court. and that what he is doing. you will hear from him coming up next. good morning. right now we have traffic that is getting a little bit better approaching the bay bridge. coming around the corner to the macarthur maze. so we had some improvement. we will tell you about this
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>> this is ktvu mornings on 2? >> good morning. i'm mike mibach. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. >> we will get to sal in a bit. i feel like we have to say hello to steve because there is fog and sun. >> no thunderstorms though. maybe on monday. >> back here. >> it could be. close enough. until then it will be warmer inland. the low clouds and fog, there are hint that's will come back big time late tonight and tomorrow. we're tough to warm up that much. blue skies above with a few puffies over the santa cruz mountains. there are areas of low clouds around and a westerly breeze or wind. so we still have the on shore wind and some of that low cloud. but there's a lot of cloud cover up to lake county and
mendocino county and on the peninsula. but not all. the thunderstorm activity associated with the low has pushed well out of the area. there will probably be more up in the mountains again today. not the intensity that we saw yesterday. 50s for almost everybody here. we're slow to recover on this activity. now, again, things have calmed down as far as any thunderstorm goes. but there is still a lot of low clouds and moisture around. temps staying on the cool side. 60s and 70s. these are five degrees below average for this time of year inland. sal, you've had a few things here and there. what do you want to focus on first. >> how slow the traffic is on interstate 880. the drive from vallejo to oakland. it is taking about an hour to drive from the carquinez bridge to the maze. most of that was because of crashes along the way. one in berkeley. there were a couple of other minor ones. they're gone but the damage is done. by the time you get to the bay bridge, just moderately heavy. if you're coming let's say from another approach, you may not
have to deal with the slowing on 80. if you're getting here, this is a typical 20 to 25-minute delay. also 880 northbound you can see slowing from san leandro driving up into downtown oakland. 580 is slow from the zoo area out to lake shore. san mateo bridge, steve has been talking about that cloudy weather. you can see it is cloudy over there. not affecting the drive but it might affect flights into san francisco international airport if you're waiting for someone or taking a flight yourself. you would be best to check the flight schedule of your airline to make sure that the flights are on time. still a good area to avoid, redwood city near el camino real, near the high school. as they investigate a pedestrian accident there. >> thank you, sal. here are the top stories this morning. a homicide investigation is underway in an east san jose neighborhood after a man and woman were found shot to death late last night. this happened along a remote stretch of sierra road in the
foothills just a few milds east of interstate 680. officers were called to the area around 10:00 last night and found a man and a woman who had been shot several times. they both died there at the scene. police have not released any information about a suspect. oakland police are looking for the driver who left the scene of a deadly crash at 98th. it happened around 2:30 this morning. one person was killed and two were taken to the hospital with injuries. our crew at the scene saw officers recover what looked like a firearm at the crash site. police have not provided any information about what led up to the incident. this afternoon a south bay man arrested in connection to the deadly crash in fremont is schedule today appear in court. he is charged with gross vehicular manslaughter, driving under the influence of marijuana and possessing an illegal weapon. he drove a white camry that was
seen speeding on interstate 880. three people died in the collision. they have been identified as 39- year-old noel johnson, 14-year- old christie and 8-year-old brook lemus. rubin foster will be in a san jose courthouse in about 30 minutes. last week he pleaded not guilty to charges relate today an alleged domestic violence incident. this morning we could hear from his ex-girlfriend. jesse gary joining us live from just outside of the courthouse with more on the story. jesse. >> reporter: mike, good morning to you. reuben foster arrived here ten minutes ago with his attorney and now they're up stairs in department 46 waiting for the proceedings to begin. we're standing outside waiting for alyssa ennis to arrive in court. we expect she will walk in the next few minutes and make her way up to department 46 also. she told her lawyer and her
lawyer told prosecutors weeks ago that their client had recanted the allegations against foster. she is expected to do the same thing in front of judge peterson in department 46 in about an hour. let's take a look at our video. this stems from charges that were filed back in april. prosecutors charged reuben foster with three felonies for domestic violence and one misdemeanor. the misdemeanor a weapons charge was later dropped. they stem from a february fight with his then girlfriend in his los gatos home. she claimed that foster dragged her by her hair and hit her hard enough to puncture an ear drum and prevented her from calling police. now she says it came from a fight with another woman and that foster is innocent. the prosecuting d.a. said he would move forward with the case with or without her help. >> we're comfortable with the evidence that we have whether she participates or not. >> reporter: the proceedings start in about an hour.
we will be tweeting and have an update at noon. jesse gary, ktvu fox 2 news. mike, back up to you in oakland. >> thank you, jesse. a fairfield mother is now in jail after authorities say ten of her children had been abused and living in a house filled with garbage. rogers is facing ten curves of child abuse and neglect. bail is set at $495,000. she was initially arrested last month on a misdemeanor charge of child endangerment. after investigators say they found her ten children living in a fairfield home filled with trash and human and animal waste. these are some pictures from inside of that home. she denies the allegations. rogers' husband allen has pleaded not guilty to felony charges of torture and child abuse. both parents are due back in court next week for a preliminary hearing. later today, san francisco mayor mark ferrell will announce an effort in the city to help heroin addicts beat their addiction. it is a first in the country
and will bring direct treatment to addicts. according to the chronicle l, the mayor is including $6 million in the current budget proposal to pay for a 10-person team that will go out on to the streets and give homeless people a new drug that is effective at stopping heroin cravings almost immediately. mayor farrell told the chronicle that waiting for addicts to come into a clinic is not working. happening now a member of the bart board of directors is helping police at the bart station. he has been there since 5:30 this morning to patrol the area. this comes after a bart rider released videos of people passed out or shooting up drugs inside the station. >> it looks third world. honestly you wouldn't think you're in america. body after body sitting down, needles, feces. everything. >> the san francisco police department has joined bart police in patrolling the area this week. we go to ktvu's frank mallicoat
right now with more on this story. hey, frank. >> reporter: hey, mike. good morning to you. we are underground here at civic center bart station. the same hallway to my right. let's pan over and take a look. as you can see, it has got a little foot traffic but it is clear of any ram pant drug use. as promised duffy, the gentleman there in the blazer, he was so disgusted with that video that he was front and center today, keeping a watchful eye out. along with the police chief, carlos rojas who is there as well. duffy arrived around 5:30 this morning and will be back this afternoon. there were more bart police officers on hand this morning as well. now they know it is not a long- term solution for the drug use and the homelessness issue here in the city but they hope it sends a message to not only the bart riders and the city of san francisco that something has got to be done. >> what we need is mental health workers, more outreach,
more services here to help people. >> we need to have and be able to maintain that consistent police presence, whether it is bart police or san francisco police or a combination of both. >> reporter: duffy said he will be back again tomorrow morning. he is also going to meet with the mayor and bart board members to try to get a long- term solution. i talk today riders and they were happy to see not only mr. duffy but the police chief and other bart police officers here. what they're worried about is what will happen next week when they're not here. perhaps this is shedding light on a big problem and hopefully they can figure out how to fix it. that's the latest here at civic center. i'm frank mallicoat. mike, back to you. >> thank you, frank. the question of the day is on the subject. who should bare the most responsibility for improving conditions on bart? 21% say politicians. 8% say police. 67% of you say it's bart's
responsibility. 4% say someone or something else. talk to us on twitter and leave comments on the ktvu facebook page. san francisco police are looking for the owner of two pit bulls that bit four people and attacked another dog at delores park. someone took a picture of this man who left the park shortly after the attack last sunday morning. the pit bulls attacked a dog blamed bloom. bloom survived but suffered puncture wounds. the observers tried to separate the animals but were bitten on their happens. if you know the dog or the man, call san francisco police. apple is targeting a new group of students in the bay area. what they want to teach deaf and blind students when it comes to coding. we still have slow traffic out there, especially in the east bay if you're trying to get around. we will tell you where the slow spots are straight ahead. it seems like once we're locked into a pattern, be it warm or rain or thunderstorm activity, it keeps going.
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investigation of customer accounts. pam cook has the details in this morning's dollars and sense. >> employees in the banking corporate divisional entered information without the customer's information it includes social security numbers, addresses and dates of birth. now on the news wells fargo's stock dropped more than 1% this morning to $54 a sharon that opening bell. the other stock taking a hit today i've been talking about that this morning is jc penney. sales came in much lower than analysts expected last quarter and it lowered its earnings outlook for the full year. the stock is down about 10% right now. checking in on the broader markets. the dow joins up 32 points. 24,801. hanging on to a little bit of a gain there. the s&p 500 and the nasdaq also up slightly this morning. well, the cdc is now giving the all-clear for romaine lettuce.
a severe outbreak we have been talking about affected 172 people across 32 different states. one person here in california died after eating the lettuce that was linked to yuma, arizona. the fda says there has been no romaine lettuce harvested in yuma since april 16th so there should be none of the lettuce left in the stores. xbox debuting a new controller to help gamers with disabilities. instead of traditional pads where buttons it has two large touch pad that's makes it easier with those with disabilities, including those with muscular issues to play. the price of the controller starts at $100. and apple is working to make their everyone can code program truly inclusive. today the company announced it is partnering with the california school for the blind and the california school for the deaf both in fremont along with six other schools across the country to teach blind and deaf students how to code. they learn the bakes on an ipad
with apple's swift playground that uses real codes to solve puzzles and control characters with just a tap. apple will provide several features including voice-over, face time or a braille display to enable them to learn to code. if you can code, it is really opened up a lot of job opportunities. nice to get them thinking in that way as well. >> thank you, pam. 8:46. this has been a difficult, difficult commute, sal. >> it is very slow. as a matter of fact, we are seeing just a little bit of improvement here though, which gives us a little bit of proverbial light at the end of the tunnel. not literally. here we go with traffic at the bay bridge getting a little better finally. today has been the better commute day of the week with all of the serious things we've had for the first three days. on this fourth day, thursday, traffic is just a little bit better on 880. it is slow on 580 by the way
just out of san leandro driving into oakland and on the san mateo bridge things are okay. just checking flight schedules. no major delays now. there could be delays later at sfo. they're clearing up the a problem in redwood city near sequoia high school. probably an area to void. as you look the at dumbarton bridge, that is slower than the san mateo bridge at this moment. it is 8:47. let's bring in steve. >> thank you, sir. >> you're welcome. >> good morning, everybody. a lot calmer today than yesterday. there are still low clouds around and a westerly breeze. even though we have more sun, it's not going to warm up that much. but a little bit. mr. green says, steve, can't complain. 54 in tiburon. i guess i like this kind of weather you guess or you know. i think you know you do. 54 in tiburon how. 58 in alameda. warming up there. that is the hot spot, if you will. 56 in richmond. oakland with three observations at 56. in case -- you know we had the
thunderstorm activity. i'm hiding this from you yesterday. it was big time thunderstorm activity up in the sierra yesterday. truckee had half an inch of rain yesterday. streets are still wet but currently no rain. feels like a cool late fall morning around here. headline inly had two thirds of an inch of rain. soda springs had an inch of snow. and there were one to one and a half amounts not far away from truckee t was booming big time. associated with the low. that gave it a lot of lift. and things have calmed down. there is still cloud cover there. we will start to see maybe a few isolated showers popping up. but that was quite a performance yesterday there. and maybe again early next week as another low moves in. the low clouds even though there is no heat in the valley, the low clouds continue to march in. that was the core of that low. that's why they had such big time thunderstorm activity. there was 2,000 lightning strikes. the warmest -- brentwood says
64. everybody else showing 50s. redwood city, 59. sunnyvale, 59. the cloud cover holding on in parts of mendocino and lake county. the low sending in clouds. it will be a tough day to warm up. even though the low kicks out into nevada. high pressure is just not that strong. and another system will drop in sunday and monday to keep this going. 60s and 70s. livermore should be closer to 79. antioch should be 80. san jose should be 75. city, 64 is right there on the money. everybody else a little cooler. cooler sunday and monday. >> got it. thank you, steve. >> you bet. the battle between president trump and oakland mayor libby schaaf continues. up next what he said about the mayor during a white house round table to discuss immigration enforcement. only one candidate for governor brought business and labor together to expand career training and apprenticeships,
>> all right. we have breaking news to bring you out of northern new jersey. a school bus and a dump truck have collided this morning on a busy interstate. this is a live picture it looks like from an overpass looking down on the roadway. a little hard to see. you can see a scene down there through the branches of that tree. this is in mount olive, new jersey which is about 50 miles west of new york city. there are reports of multiple injuries. we don't know the extent of the injuries or if any of those people injured are children. the associated press reporting that the front end of the bus appeared to be ripped off and sheared off of its undercarriage. obviously a developing breaking
situation there in mount olive, new jersey. we will continue to monitor the scene and bring you the latest developments. earlier this morning, san francisco supervisor cohen told us that she wants all government contracts with environmental engineering company tetra tech canceled. the company is accused of manipulating samples in connection with the naval shipyard. >> this company is a multi billion dollar company. pays executives hundreds of millions of dollars and still allowed to go forward. how do you come back from falsifying data? people's lives are at stake. >> cohen represents district 10 which includes hunters point. radiation is still present in places that at the interest tech supposedly cleaned up. president trump met why ed with several california officials who owe pose the state sanction tree policies. the group included lawmakers and leaders from san diego, orange, fresno, riverside and
san bernardino counties. they have all vocally supported the trump administration's lawsuit to end california's sanctuary state law. >> the blanketed policies across california aren't working. so we need help. >> the state of california's attempts to nullify federal law have spark add i rebelon by citizens who want their families protected and their borders secured. >> the president also said oakland mayor libby schaaf should face criminal obstruction of justice charges after telling undocumented immigrants that raids by ice were expected. governor brown responded with a tweet. flying in a dozen republican politicians to flatter him and praise his reckless policies changes nothing. we the citizens of the fifth largest economy in the world is not impressed. uc berkeley professor says california is an easy target for the prosecutors. >> california is a state which
he knows he is not going to get the votes of california in 2020. he knows he's not going to actually probably do very well here in terms of congressional races in 2018. so why not make california the boogie man. >> the sanctuary debate can be difficult for those with large latino populations. it can determine how many return to congress after the mid term elections. the warriors and rockets are tied at a game a piece in the western conference finals. houston responded to with a dominating 127-105 win. the rockets never trailed in the second half. they spread the scoring out and had five players in double figures. durant had 38 points. steph followed that up with 16. game three will be sunday in oakland at oracle arena. still to come, awe unique site at the napa county airport. more on the training for the
writers in richmond are demanding more security because of vandalism and what they describe as bad behavior. they are blaming bored teens, they seem to hang out in the area. there are surveillance cameras and parts of that garage, police say they have increased patrol at the garage. united states search and rescue dogs took to the skies #- - the team held a training exercise at the napa airport earlier this week. a training with the chp helicopter does allow the
officers to be hoisted into the sky and put onto any ship at sea. a recognition expert tells us what happens when you're pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence of marijuana. a raging fire in san francisco takes tenants by surprise. >> we never heard the alarms. >> we learn that the man that walked -- worked in the building was using fake credentials. how one man went from a football scholarship to a controversial tv show. thursday morning, it usually means friday is coming up. we all can't wait for the weekend. as you ta