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abortion. six women have been robbed of gold necklaces. click here. some were yanked right off their next. we will tell you more about a search for a suspect this morning. >> announcer: this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. thank you for joining us on this friday made teens. i'm pam cook. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. we are ready for you. 1028 is right over here. >> a pretty big fog bank. it's going to be a little cooler. if you're in the city, it might be a little bit of that drizzle coming down. there's certainly a couple of reports. you can see the gray. there's plenty of it out there. more so than yesterday. it's a deep fog bank. we built this city. it's sprinkling near balboa park b.a.r.t. we have the low cloud deck. watch how it feels in. there it goes starting to make a surge northward. temperatures around the bay i'll get out of the way so you can see them. 53 officially in san francisco. tiburon 50.
also low 52. berkeley lab 50. 55 alameda with 52, 53, 54. one low kicks out. giving us a little warm up yesterday. and that's going to slide in saturday night and sunday. thunderstorms, not as widespread or prevailing as yesterday. there's lot of moisture. that will develop, so he advised rick west wind in place. it will be a little cooler. 40s and 50s today. the divorce sacramento. low clouds will burn back slowly. this system will drop in sunday, monday, to keep this theme going. 6:01. altamont pass, 580, what? >> we do have all that the altamont pass is slow. i do want to start with some of the other commutes because we are washing -- watching the evening commute. traffic is going to be okay. if you're driving out to the
carquinez bridge and the macarthur maze. it's about a 10 minute drive at them -- the bay bridge. this is a look at interstate 880 in oakland. you can see that traffic is moving along okay. and so is the san mateo bridge. traffic heading out to the irs. there have been no major problems on highway 101 as you drive and -- down the peninsula. 580 and 205 was an accident. we had an earlier stalled truck. both incidents have messed up the commute. 6:02. let's go back to the desk. thank you, sal. early this morning, a man was shot and wounded by police in the lobby of the trump national golf club near miami. that's after he is accused of exchanging gunfire with officers and shouting about president donald trump. police say the man try to
ambushed officers by draping an american flag over the counter in the lobby of the resort. they say he then fired shots upward and waited for police to arrive. officers confronted the man and fired several shots before arresting him. the man is now in the hospital being treated for gunshot wounds. >> they confronted the suspect immediately. upon arrival. and exchanged fire with him. the subject was neutralized. and taken into custody without further incident. >> one police officer was injured during the incident but not by gunfire. the motive of the shooter is not clear. police have not said what the shooter was shouting about the president. 6:03. in other news, later today, president trump expected to announce a policy to ban some doctors, pam from even talking about abortion. one of the precedent in's big -- president's big campaign promises was curbing abortion services. >> talking about how it could
affect planned parenthood and other health services. leigh? >> reporter: this policy is actually a revival of one from the ronald reagan era. it was designed to separate abortion services from other healthcare services. now, opponents say that when a similar policies were enacted, they have seen clinics close. it bars healthcare personnel from giving information to patients on abortions or even where to get one. conservatives have long fought for this policy to curtail abortions in the u.s. under the new rule, abortions and discussion about abortions would have to take place in a different location and by a completely different staff of healthcare employees. any clinic that offers abortions would lose a federal funding. reproductive health advocates are against this new role, saying it could undermine medical ethics and leave low income patients without necessary healthcare and the people that have private insurance could get full and
complete healthcare information and services. but those going to facilities such as planned parenthood would not pick now, at this policy, when it was enacted during the ronald reagan era, it received a lot of complaints and was even challenged in court. by the time president clinton took office, it was effectively done. so we are expecting president trump to make some sort of announcement on this policy today. >> leigh martinez in walnut creek, thank you. 6:05. new this morning, word that joseph deangelo, the man who is accused of being the golden state killer, may be linked to a 13th murder case in california. so far, deangelo has been charged with 12 murders in four counties. now, several law-enforcement agencies are taking closer looks at unsolved cold cases. according to the sacramento bee, investigators in solano county are looking deeper into the case from 1975. police say a there are similarities and that deangelo was a police officer back then
when the crimes were committed. there's no dna evidence in that murder case. investigators say deangelo is still a suspect. san francisco mayor mark farrell has once again nominated two former members of the police commission days after the board of supervisors rejected those nominations. mayor farrell says he recently did the nominations, hoping that the board of supervisors would approve their reappointments immediately. on tuesday, the board of supervisors voted to reject the reappointment of joe marshall and sonja malala, who were both appointed by that late mayor ed lee. they believe the next mayor should be allowed to make those appointments. the decision leaves the police commission with just three sitting members, which is not enough to hold meetings. 6:07. six women in fremont have been robbed of gold necklaces they were wearing into the past two weeks. one of those robberies, watch this, caught on camera. home surveillance video shows a man knocking that woman to the ground and then stealing her
gold necklace. police think at least two of the robberies are connected. label -- they both appear to target women picking up their children. >> just frightening that somebody would even do that. it's a shame that you can't even where the gold jewelry during broad daylight. something like that could happen. so it's just frightening. >> at least one of the robberies, police say a man and a woman stole the woman's necklace. if you have any information about this, call fremont police. uc berkeley has fired an employment -- ploy who is accused of sexual abuse and harassment by several students. in january, one of the students, a former cow women's basketball player, lisa, sued the school. she said she was assaulted by mohammad marked our -- mugtar.
-- muqtar. los angeles assemblywoman who was considered a leader of the #metoo movement has been cleared of allegations of sexual misconduct. christina garcia accused of groping a male staffer. outside investigation has now found that claims were unsubstantiated. garcia still faces discipline for using vulgar language in and ordering staff members to run personal errands. >> reporter: 6:away. still ahead, the ex-girlfriend of 49ers linebacker reuben foster testified in court. we will tell you what she said about him earlier about domestic violence. and donating his presidential salary, the organization that will receive a portion of president trump's pay.
good morning. we do have traffic that is moving along pretty well if you're driving on the golden gate bridge. heading south. big time fog banks. some local drizzle. temperatures today will be cooler. well below average for some closer to the coast. take a look at those friday temps coming up. (sound of footsteps) (sound of car door opening) (car door closes) (sound of engine starting) ♪ ♪ john chiang's father came it'here with little money,on. but big dreams for a better future. now john has a chance to make history. a champion of the underdog,
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judge aaron persky. judge persky came under fire two years ago for sentencing stanford swimmer brock turner to six months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman on campus. reporter terry has more from the judge case on the people who want him recalled. >> you will find it. >> reporter: judge aaron persky is fighting for his job. facing a recall campaign by critics who say he treated sexually -- sexual assault to lightly when he sentenced brock turner two years ago. >> i understand the passion that drives the recall. i think that passion is genuine, i think that mechanism that's been chosen, judicial recall, is misguided. i just think it's the wrong outlet for that desire for change. >> reporter: in an interview, prescott said he's fighting the recall to protect judicial independence. >> think about the next time if you're in a courtroom. what do you expect of that judge? do you expect the judge to put their finger to the wind and
kept public opinion in your case? or do you expect the judge to focus on the facts of your case? on the law that applies? >> judge persky and -- >> reporter: michele dauber one -- lost the recall effort. he pointed to turner's clean criminal record and the recommendation. prosecutors argued for six years in state prison. >> judge persky has failed women in a very significant way, and the voters are going to hold him accountable for that. >> reporter: the case sparked outrage in stanford and around the country after the victim's statement went viral. the woman was intoxicated and unconscious when she was assaulted on the stanford campus in 2015. >> many eyes around the country are going to be on santa clara county as a model for how to respond to bias against women
in the legal system. >> reporter: in response to the tourniquet, governor jerry brown signed legislation that would require longer sentences for those who assault unconscious victims. persky says he has no regrets on how he handles the case and says he has no plans to quit his job. >> i'm fighting for the broader message, which is, let's protect our criminal justice system. let's keep politics out of the courtroom. >> reporter: if successful, he will be the first judge recalled in 86 years. associated press, southeast hills, california. sit back 14. president donald trump is taking more action to reform the criminal justice system. today that he's going to host a summit at the white house. aimed at bridging the partisan gap between congress and the states and also shrinking the prison population. mostly his proposals will deal with improving prison conditions and preparing prisoners better for reentering society.
back in february, president trump signed an executive order. it required a report on ways to keep ex-cons from going back to crime. that meeting today start at 8:30. as he promised, president donald trump continues to donate his salary. he is handing over his paycheck to the department of veterans affairs. the $100,000 will be used for mental health and peer support programs that will also be used for financial aid and research. time is 615. sal that we have things happening in our commute. what is going on now? >> we do have a couple of new crashes. we have a couple of old crashes. unfortunately, the friday commute is getting kind of rough. at the bay bridge, you will see that traffic is backed up for about a 5-10 minute delay. it's been better than the other few days for this time of the
morning. and 880 northbound past the coliseum looks all right as you pass oracle arena and head up to downtown oakland. i will say that northbound 880 and 238, brand-new injury accident just reported. the fire department is on the way with a pretty heavy response. northbound 880. i want to mention westbound 580 at grant line, some earlier issues that really had traffic jams not only on 580 but onto a five. we have two earlier incidences here. that's why it's so slow. we are also looking at a commute on highway 101 on the peninsula. that looks all right. no major problems this morning on highway 101, 280, or 85 in the south bay. the south bay is having a light commute so far. let's bring steve in. >> a couple reports of drizzle around all right. coming in that direction. we have a much bigger fog bank. also some sprinkles, light drizzle in san francisco. glen park area. here we go again. i will tell you even though in the temps don't warm up that much, we have onshore wind and water temps will come up.
it doesn't take much in this pattern. a bigger fog bank, cooler, breezy, 50s, 60s, only the most in that locations will be in the upper 70s, most will still be below average. i dropped temps from yesterday. san jose, down three. concord down three. palo alto down three. san francisco, only be 60. tonight, game two of the rockies in the giant, a lot of low clouds. i would bundle up. sometimes you can be in when projected -- wind protected areas. one we had two days ago. big-time thunderstorms over the mountains. they'll pop up again. they will pick up. west at 13, open. west at seven. onshore breeze or went. gust at 30 out of travis early. that's much stronger than yesterday. 40s, 50s probably we've settled in as low as we are going to get.
you are about as low as you're going to go. 52 by the concord pavilion. alamo, danville, blackhawk, all at 52. 48 ukiah. a little cool for some. to the north. mendocino county. notice ♪ any and napa county with the low clouds. slow to bring back. if you already have the son it's probably pretty nice. you also have a breeze. and that might give us another round of thunderstorms. until we meet again on monday. some sun out to the inland areas. a fog bank is making sure. 50s, 60s, and 70 today. temperatures still sliding in below average. cooler sunday, monday. >> all right, steve, thank you. we are getting details right now of a school shooting this morning near houston, texas. there was an active shooter situation at santa fe high school just outside of houston. santa fe school district confirmed it. that high school is locked down right now. we have very few details of
what's happening there. but again, this is an of a high school in a school district right outside of houston, texas. active shooter that we don't know if anyone has been hurt, if it is still going on. but the school is locked down. we will bring you more information as soon as we get it. we will continue to update that story in our's newsroom -- our newsroom. we're less than 24 hours away from the royal wedding. >> i want them to come through those gates and then i want them to look at me in -- and wave and smile. that will make it all worthwhile. >> she is one of the superfans. royal superfans coming up at six deck 40, we will take you live to windsor castle. expect big crowds sunday in san francisco. preview of this year's major appraisers -- bay to breakers race. don't forget to watch the "masterchef junior" season finale. it starts at 8:00 tonight. after that that 10 and 11:00
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was voted by our instagram viewers. are saying is the british invasion, including out in john of course in honor of the royal wedding this weekend. if there's a song you want to hear, let us know. we are playing your requests on friday. use the hashtag to ktvu on twitter. -- hashtag ktvu's -- hashtag ktvu on twitter. >> in washington, dc today. announcing a big private investment and affordable housing. more than a dozen mayors, ceo's, and officials from kaiser permanente are teaming up to pay for affordable housing and homeless services. they will also give us an update on worked to develop legislation that would increase federal investment in future projects. that event is scheduled for 6 am pacific time. you may want to be on your
best behavior when going through security checkpoints. at the airport. the tsa is now keeping a list of names of travelers who were combative or even assaulted officers. they went through checkpoints. so far, there are fewer than 50 names on that list. that he has a says the people who are on the list are not prevented from flying. but at least is being used as more of a warning for officers that a particular person may be approaching on a given day. 6:24. another top executive is stepping by -- down from over. jeff holden is the latest of more than a dozen top executives to leave the ridesharing company in the past year. pull -- he oversaw uber elevate . the ceo has been shaking up the company since he took over at left august. he tried to improve uber's reputation. you can now have happy hour at the happiest place on earth. all of the restaurant at disney's magic kingdom will sell alcohol. the park was alcohol free until
six years ago. since then, the park has slowly added beer and wine to the menu at the restaurant. 6:25. san francisco is getting ready for big crowds for the annual bay to breakers race this sunday. more than 40,000 runners are expected. to take park -- part. online registration is closed. you can still register if you're a runner. at pier 35 in san francisco. the streets are going to be closed along the route to getting early sunday until sunday afternoon. except along the embarcadero and crossover drive through golden gate park. the race starts at maine and howard. it will go through san francisco before finally ending at the great highway. it's it looks like the 26. preventing drug use at a busy san francisco b.a.r.t. station. the efforts by part leaders and bart police to clean up the civic center station.
spoke with just one day to go, final preparations for the prince and his ride are underway. i'm lauren blanchard in windsor. the latest details from the royal wedding coming up. and we're watching some of the he commutes for you. including this one at the bay bridge toll plaza. moderate commute so far driving into san francisco. and there's a bitter fog bank this morning. we will have some sun already. there's a westerly breeze on our friday forecast.
>> announcer: this is ktvu mornings on 2. . >> good morning. i'm dave clark. >> i'm pam cook. happy friday to you. i hope it's off to a good start. the weather seems pleasant to me. not too hot, not too cold. >> as long as pam is happy, you and i are happy. a lot of low clouds. much bigger fog bank than we saw yesterday morning at this time. no doubt about it. even though temperatures warmed up, they are still slightly below average. today, they will trend down today. just a bigger fog bank. it will be cool and breezy. some areas already far enough away from any fog bank influence. a little westerleigh breeze behind there. san francisco, 60, 53. average is 64, 51. that's really not the story. it's the records. 1890 -- 1882. we go way back on
the 18th. low clouds filling in rapidly. almost all locations now are staying cloudy and making a really good search. even some areas to the east. one low that is the one that came in a couple days ago. 20 miles an hour out to travis. they've had gusts of 30. that's a stronger alta breeze. 40s and 50s on your temps. it might take a while. another low will move in over the weekend to keep this going. 50s, 60s, and 70s. it's okay. 205? is that what i saw? >> we are going to cover that. we're also looking, steve, at some of these east bay commutes. because all people want to know 23 minute drive from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. 15-20 minute delay.
no major issues. actually, just a little lighter today. just slightly. i don't think you will notice unless you, you know, get to the top of the and you see the traffic is backed up for -- from the macarthur maze. you can see this traffic is not bad. there is a crash, though, just down the road. it's just one crash. northbound 880 at 2:30 eight. and traffic is not affected so much in the northbound direction. we have slow traffic going the other way. and we also have traffic that is a little bit slow in castro valley. as we look at 580 and 205, i know that we've had a lot of slow traffic here. this whole area is slow because of earlier issues. the good thing is that the crash has been cleared, but the damage remains done rick as we look at the rest of the bay area commute, the south bay commute is actually doing better today than it was for the first four days of the week. 6:30 two. let's go back to the desk.
we're still following breaking news from texas. a high school shooting in southeast texas near houston rick santa fe school district says there was an active shooter situation at santa fe high school about 35 miles south of houston, texas. life light was dispatched to that area. these are live pictures you're looking at right now. you can see a lot. a life light was sent to that school. the school district says that school is still on lockdown. several police agencies have responded to the active shooter situation at that high school at santa fe high school. again, we have very few details that we are on this story from texas a school shooting this morning of some kind. look at the traffic. back out near this area. we will bring you more information from texas as soon as we get it in. a company is responding to a class action lawsuit that was
filed by people in santa rosa who lost their homes in last october's wildfires. 78 homes burned in that fire. people who lived there is a the land owner deliberately delayed the rebuilding process. they also see the company wants them to pay for their homes rental space even though they don't live there. in response to the lawsuit, the president of the company said the people who lost their homes still have an obligation to their lease and will have to start paying rent in september. he also said the company will continue to review the decision during construction. 6:30 three. the ex-girlfriend of reuben foster who accused him of domestic violence testified yesterday in court and recanted her statement. elissa ennis spend an hour testifying in a san jose courtroom and said she wanted to ruin foster's career. neck in february, elissa ennis accused foster mac -- of beating her. she said she was lied -- she lied because she was mad about their breakup. they say the new story is the
new leipzig one legal analyst told us her testimony was convincing. >> it's very unusual to see a victim get on the stand like that and just completely say they lied to the police. the da's office is going to have a lot to to about whether they can move forward at this point. >> the judge plans to review the evidence and make a ruling next week. we checked with the 49ers yesterday. they are saying foster is not allowed at team events until he's cleared of the alleged crime. a member of the b.a.r.t. board is returning to try to prevent the sort of open drug use that was caught on video. the footage was taken by b.a.r.t. writer shannon gafford. it shows people injecting drugs or passed out in san francisco. the images disturbed and outraged dufty so he went to serve as a deterrent to people using the hallway to take drugs. the salvation army also sent outreach workers.
>> that corridor can go from mayberry 2k got -- chaos. so it's constantly something that we have to focus on. >> i'm right here. i know they have no other place to be. but not right here in front of everybody. families walked by. children. >> dufty and other b.a.r.t. board members met with san francisco mayor mark farrell to discuss ways to keep the red station clean and safe. more information now about san francisco mayor mark farrell 's proposal that he says is a first in the country that will help drug users overcome their addiction. we told you about this yesterday. mayor farrell wants a special 10% medical team to go into the streets to develop -- deliver direct treatment to those dealing with opioid addiction. when appropriate, they would prescribe a drug that is said to be a proven treatment for opioid addiction. >> if we are really going to solve the issue, we have to be
creative. we have to come forward with new policies and new programs that will make a difference on our streets. >> mayor farrell plans to include $6 million for the program in his budget plan. the money would pay for that special medical team. the goal is to treat at least 250 addicts. we first told you about yesterday, the possibility of parking rates going up near the golden gate bridge. 9:00 this morning, the bridge highway and transportation district will vote on that hike. the public can currently parked in the employee parking lot for five dollars a day. the lot on this san francisco side of that bridge cost $.25 for every 15 minutes. the proposal would raise the price of both of those lots to five dollars an hour. ♪ >> we are all talking about it. the royal wedding now less than 24 hours away. >> i'm sitting up straight, too. >> we are getting new information including who's going to be walking, meghan markle, the bride, down the aisle.
joining us outside of windsor castle this morning. good morning, lauren. >> reporter: good morning, dave, pam. that's right. the countdown is on. pins. -- prince harry and meghan markle are going to tie the knot in kensington palace, telling us is going to be and charles who will be walking her down the aisle. >> hip hip hooray! hip hip hooray! >> reporter: the atmosphere is electric as final preparations for prince harry and meghan markle's wedding are underway. forests are working to transform st. george's chapel into a spring garden. 600 guests will be surrounded by seasonal plants and flowers. including meghan's favorite flower, peonies. and white garden flower roses. which is perhaps a tribute to princess diana. the baker is putting the finishing touches on their lemon and elderflower wedding cake. >> the flavor is
quintessentially spring and british. >> reporter: it will reportedly have a surprise to us. 24 chefs are in the kitchen cooking up the menu that will be served at both receptions following that noble nuptials. it will mary beloved dishes from the couple is childhoods and seasonal produce will be front and center. >> specific recipes and dishes which belongs to the family. >> reporter: megan and her mom will have tea with the queen. tonight that the couple will stay in separate hotels just a few miles from each other. and they'll reunite inside st. george's chapel to say i do. we are also learning prince philip 96, he's been recovering from a hip surgery. he will be at the wedding. there are a few questions lingering like, who has
designed meghan's dress, what will it look like, and which tiara will she wear? >> we want to know. >> that's my big question. >> you are -- everyone is jealous of you because you are there but i got to ask, since you arrived, has the excitement grown since you've been there? >> yes. believe it or not that there are people already camped out. that is the long walk behind me. folks started camping out as -- well, we started noticing as early as last night. excitement very much growing. everything here is just royal wedding all day, all night ready for tomorrow. >> i like that. lauren blanchard right there with all the excitement. thank you for that update. and also, if you would like to watch the royal wedding, you can watch it live with us. our live coverage will begin at 3:30. our question of the day is
this. what do you enjoy most about a wedding? here's a look at the results so far. 23% of you say the ceremony. 18% say it's the food. 13% say, like pam, the dancing. pam didn't say that. >> yeah, that's probably my favorite. >> 46% say it's the open bar. let us know what you think by voting on the ktvu twitter page. you can also comment on our ktvu facebook page as well. >> you know me pretty well. i enjoy the ceremony definitely with the dancing. >> 6:40 is the time right now. there was some breaking news this morning. we've been following a shootout at one of president donald trump's resorts in florida. upstate as a man armed and apparently angry with the president squared off with police. lighting up. the big salesforce tower building. the final touches being put on the building before the unveiling of the display. a live look at the richmond
bridge. traffic is just moderate. it's kind of busy now as you get up to the 7:00 hour on the way to san rafael. lots of low clouds. i mean, much bigger fog bank today than we had yesterday. temps at did warm up a little yesterday. they are set to side a little on this friday. he's been called a rockstar lawyer. he tops the charts on progressive causes... winning pro bono battles for immigrants and the homeless. defending gay rights and gun control. democrat jeff bleich. after columbine, bleich led president clinton's youth violence initiative.
john chiang's father came it'here with little money,on. but big dreams for a better future. now john has a chance to make history. a champion of the underdog, john took on wells fargo when it ripped off working families. and against the odds, he helped saved california from financial disaster during the great recession. ...leaving more to invest in progressive priorities like education, healthcare and affordable housing. john chiang. the proven, progressive leader we need for california's future.
welcome back to mornings on 2. taking you to wall street this morning. the dow jones up a little bit 11 point. 4020. s&p 500 and the nasdaq right now, though, some lost his -- losses. a lot of socks to watch. we will have that coming up in your dollars and sense. california's birth rate has dropped to its lowest level in a century. 471,000 babies were born in california last year. that's down 3% from the year before. the birthrate right now is even lower than it was during the great depression. the drop in california is consistent with the drop nationwide at it's coming at a time when the general population is getting older. >> the rate of people over 65 is increasing dramatically.
that we have to have more babies or have people having more children. >> the experts suggest more women are waiting longer to have babies until they are more financially secure big plus, more families are having fewer babies or not having babies at all. right now, it is 6:45. let's check in with gasia with what's coming up here on mornings on 2. that money. >> coming up today on the 9, we will talk with a bay area for delia -- fertility specialist. we will talk about the decline in birth. if you're covered by covered california, get ready to have your health insurance costs rise. a double-digit increase on average here in california. similar drop in enrollment. the big reason behind his
numbers and how many people are now without health insurance completely. also, bigger isn't always better. we're going to look into the growing trend of tiny homes. and tell you about two micro unit housing projects planned for san francisco. why the developers if they the neighborhood they are going up for really makes sense. just how small these units are and white some construction unions aren't happy about them. these stories and much more. i will join the two of you in minutes. >> very interesting. thank you. pam and i were just sitting here talking about this. and now the white house, the staff, they are talking about that laurel versus yanney debate >> it's been reported that you hear laurel. how do you respond? >> cnn is fake news. all i hear is yanny. expects that laurel. >> it's laurel. hashtag laurel. >> laurel >> whose steve paulson -- yanny >> i hear hope effie --
covfefe. >> you were a staunch yanny person. >> i will put this on my instagram. it's pretty funny. i heard yanny, nothing else. and yesterday, my daughters played the clip that is kind of modulated. you hear the three different high and low. i close my eyes and i heard laurel and i screamed. weirdest experience. apparently both words are there. >> they aren't there. although yesterday, i played it for my family. they all heard yanny. it could be the recording that we are using. good morning, everyone. i have better news for you when it comes to the commute. the bay bridge is improving a
little bit. we are always looking for a little bit of improvement on a friday. i want to show you this. traffic here is going to be looking better on that ramp. as you can see. right here. that's the first sign that things are improving when that ramp gets a little bit better. no major issues getting into san francisco. on the bread. this is a look at interstate 880 oakland. north and southbound traffic moving along pretty well. no problems on 880 north. there is an accident on the shoulder northbound 880 at 2:30 eight -- 238. it's surprising that the castle valley commute isn't really slow at this hour. 580 is recovering finally. now it looks somewhat normal. 205 and 580 at the altamont pass. look at the south bay commute. we have a little bit of slowing here. for the most part, it has been a nice commute. definitely as we compare it to some of the other commutes. here's a live look at at 280 and san jose. it looks good getting up to highway 17. let's bring steve in with today's weather. >> that was a very nice report but don't rest on your covfefe -- yanny is . -- yannys.
there is a cooler pattern for most. fairly the bay area. kind of 50-50. we are running cooler this week. brrr. cold dog walk. i see 50s for many, including blackhawk at 52. moraga is 50. sabrina, yes, no doubt about it. walnut creek at 52. el cerrito is in there. it's pretty cold here. for us. this time of year. low clouds making a huge march. filling in rapidly. temperatures will come down today. san jose, 68. down three. concord, 74 down three. palo alto and stanford, 73. 76, santa rosa, 72 today. baseball forecast, i would bundle up tonight further
colorado rockies. and the giant low clouds. pretty good phone bank there. series of lows keep moving in. they've been coming in from different directions. eastern oregon. we warmed up. and then we cooled down time. late saturday into sunday. that was on wednesday when we get some thunderstorms activity. and just blew up over the sierra nevada. a better system is coming in. west wind, west wind, west wind. 40s for a few. 50s for many. a lot of mid 50s. woodside stanford. los altos hills 52. 50s on the coast. low clouds will be slow to retreat.
here comes the next system. this one is coming down more from the northwest. lesson came in from the west, southwest. kind of an unusual may pattern. we got a little warm up yesterday. that's what we call a flat ridge. it did give us a slight warm- up. even though temperatures are cooler than average yesterday. they will continue that right into sunday, monday. possibility of some scattered showers on monday. this all comes together as advertised. 50s, 60s, 70s. a couple of upper 70s. a lot of locations are still running below average. there's no change in that, pam, through the next 4-5 days. >> we are now following some breaking news in santa cruz. there's a heavy police presence in the area of graham hill road and ocean street. take a look at that map. santa cruz sheriff department tells us they are handling this they have not confirmed any other details. we do have a crew on the way. we are going to bring you updates from santa cruz coming up shortly. judge aaron persky is speaking out about the recall
effort against him. >> let's protect our hymnal justice system. >> we have more on the possible recall and whether judge persky says he would have done anything different in the controversial brock turner case. a bay area mail carrier credited with stopping a home burglary. details on his efforts to stop a crime in progress.
>> ♪ i see a little silhouettes oh of a man ♪ scaramucci, scaramucci, will you do that fandango? ♪ thunderbolt and lightning very frightening, meet ♪ galileo ♪ galileo >> we've been taking requests for all things british. this was requested by grace davis. on our twitter page. if there's a special song you want to hear, we are doing british invasion in honor of the british wedding. you may have heard about it. we've hardly talked about it. i'll plate your requests friday morning. this is the hashtag ktvu on twitter. >> thank you, sal. we do have an update to the story of a new york city attorney who it -- was recorded in a racially charged rent. because they were speaking spanish. >> your staff is speaking spanish to the customers.
every person i listen to it. >> that's aaron. also threatened to call immigration authorities on the employees. this video has gone viral. a congressman is filing a complaint against him. schlossberg has lost his lease to his office building. >> 6056. ntsb and federal agents are investigating yesterday's deadly school bus crash with a truck in new jersey. one child and one teacher were killed. more than 40 others were hurt in the crash. it was so severe the undercarriage of the bus was ripped right off. the front end was also sheared off. you can see the steering wheel exposed. class of fifth graders was on a class trip when that crash occurred. >> former boyfriend and business associate of a woman
killed in a bombing at an orange county medical building is now in custody. 59-year-old stephen deal appeared in court following his arrest. he faces weapons and explosive charges after authorities say they found homemade bombs and guns inside his long beach home. however, the fbi says he has not been charged with the deadly explosion tuesday afternoon. 6:57. authorities crediting a mail carrier with helping them catch suspects in a brazen home burglary this week. investigators safe nestor, lantus spotted two men coming out of a house on grand avenue carrying a large suitcase and a duffel bag. he thought it was suspicious. he knew the home owner was in the hospital. , lot is got the suspect's license plate number and had a neighbor call 911 after seeing that the front door was damaged. >> they punctured a hole in the door. they reached the -- they
unlocked it from outside. i saw the bricks on the floor. it makes me think of, you know, it's a burglary. >> he did an excellent job. he was our eyes and ears from a distance. he used his telephone to call us and take pictures. i don't think he ever put himself in harm's way. >> the police found and arrested two suspects at 36- year-old james mislap and 47- year-old micheal shea. and an alleged accomplice, preston gordon. police department and the postal service are now planning to do something special to honor mr., launches. san francisco salesforce tower, they've been testing the lighted art installation ahead of the official unveiling next week. the artist, jim campbell, says 11,000 l.e.d. lights are being used for the display it to reproduce images from cameras. starting tuesday, the l.e.d. and video installation will be visible every night.
you'll be able to see it from 20 miles away. it is graduation season for bei area high schools, colleges, and universities. yesterday, the diversity of san francisco held the first of its ceremonies for the nursing program. congratulations. the commencement speaker shared her story of beating the odds. that he's a -- she was once homeless and a teenage mom. yesterday, she received her fourth college degree. >> no matter what circumstance you fall into that is not the end of your story. you take one step and another step and another step and you just hold onto the people that are there for you. >> bravo. she says hope, faith, and getting an education helped her beat the odds. another shooting this time outside of texas. we will you live to santa fe, texas, eddie look at the
response by local and national law-enforcement. >> reporter: president trump is expected to announce a policy to curb abortions in the u.s. it will prevent some doctors from even discussing abortions. >> announcer: this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> we find ourselves in friday. 7:00 on the dot. may 18, i'm gasia mikaelian . >> we're following breaking news this morning. there was a school shooting this morning and southeast texas. the santa fe school district says there was an active shooter situation at santa fe high school about 35 miles south of houston. >> we've been monitoring this story rick we have seen a pretty dramatic increase in the number of law-enforcement agents showing up at the scene. so we will give you a live look at right now. in just the past hour, we've seen a life flight helicopter dispatched to the area. we've also seen students filing out of the school. the atf along with the number of local police agencies have responded to