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who is torturing the animals as a third injured animal has been found. homeless sweep in san francisco. what is being done to clean up san francisco streets. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> 7:00 here at home. we're starting you with a live picture of what is happening in belgium. this is a scene that remains after three people were killed, two of them police officers. we know the attacker was killed by officers as well. this is being investigated as a possible terror attack. you can see though it happened just hours ago. there's a very heavy law enforcement presence at the scene. the area is cornered off. you see traffic cones in the roadway. a very serious situation we're monitoring here at home. it is a busy tuesday, may 29th. we're glad you're with us. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> i'm glad you're back. i hope you had a good time off. >> it was lovely. >> i'm dave clark. let's talk about your weather. steve, i saw a lot of sunshine.
>> sunshine and hot yesterday. >> i was in livermore. you don't have to tell me. >> nice and cool livermore. >> i don't know about that. >> morgan hill was the leader of the pack at 97 degrees. livermore, 95. san rafael, 93. redwood city, 92. and san jose checked in at 91 degrees. today a little cooler. i drop redwood city down to 82. livermore, 95 to 90. that is a soft 90. 91 to 85 in san jose. and santa rosa, 89. both the airport and downtown. john says cooler sounds good to me, mr. p. we're working on it. i am working on it. fog down to santa cruz and monterey. that's it. it is off s'more getting ready to go. 50s and 60s on the temps. it will start to fill in. this system approaching right there will ramp it up big time but not until later. we warm up quick. get a west wind later today. 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s inland.
7:02. and allie tells us -- what a difference a day makes. i saw the bay bridge, it is sold out. >> yes. what a difference a day makes. a lot of people say they are tired of the hot weather. i'm in that camp as well. there is a new problem to tell you about on the 680 southbound in fremont, just north of mission. you can see the crash icon there. two-vehicle collision. an ambulance is on the way. expect that to start getting tied up as they work to clear that. north of there in castro valley, westbound 580 at 238, a report of a collision. two vehicles involved. and police are blocking one of the lanes. be aware of that. and if you're driving from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze, it will take you about 35 minutes. you can see some of that slowing as you get through the macarthur maze through emryville and make your way towards the toll plaza. this is what the toll plaza looks like. it actually looks better now compared to 45 minutes ago.
it really hadn't been jammed up since the metering lights went on around 5:15 this morning. give yourself time. if you get your -- get through the toll plaza and get on to the bay bridge into the city, it will probably take you 20 minutes or so. let's take a look at the golden gate bridge because that is very different from the bay bridge. some cars on the road but no problems to tell you about there. the time now is 7:03. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you, allie. this morning in san francisco, public works crews are cleaning out, clearing out a homeless encampment in the south of market neighborhood. this is a part of mayor mark farrell's crackdown. alex savidge has been out there. you're near harrison and 8th. tell us more about what is happening out. >> reporter: the mayor tells me this is a major milestone. this is the last large homeless encampment here in the city of san francisco. it is being cleared out this morning. these are camps with ten or more tents. this one is set up in the alleyway on burick place off of
the intersection of harrison and 8th street in the city of san francisco. and you can see that we have public works cruise out here and they are helping folks remove these tents that have been set up here for about the last week or so. a couple of weeks, according to the director of public works. about a dozen or so people have been living here. early this morning, police and public works crews arrived and began moving people out of the area. this is part of an ongoing effort on the part of the mayor's office to remove large tent cities across san francisco. mayor mark farrell was on hand this morning and taking part in the clean-up effort. the mayor launched this crackdown last month saying the camps pose a serious threat to public safety. i was told by the director of public works that they found hundreds of used syringes here at this encampment. the people being told to leave this morning are being offered space at a shelter as well as services. >> the real emphasis is around
the homeless outreach community and the department so we make sure that we get the individuals and offer them time and time again shelter, housing. our goal is to help get these people off of the streets, on to their own two feet and on to better lives. >> reporter: now, of course homeless advocates have been critical of the -- of the encampments being removed across san francisco since the mayor put a concerted effort here on removing the large encampments. a lot say this is not a real solution. that people will just move a few blocks away and set up camp once again. the mayor has put the focus on removing all of the large homeless encampments in the city of san francisco. that is where more than ten tents are set up. in their estimation, these are -- this behind us here is the last large encampment in the city of san francisco and
public works crews are busy this morning, removing all of the tents set up near the intersection of harrison and 7th street. obviously a lot more work to do. could take another couple hours before they have things cleared out. we will send it back to you. >> all right. alex savidge in san francisco. thank you. the time is 7:06. later this morning, the man accused of being the golden state killer will be back in a sacramento courtroom. his public defender had more time to prepare the case and unseal search warrants. he has been charged with eight murders in four counties. he is suspected in at least 13 murders and 45 rapes, including the 1975 case. deangelo has yet to enter a plea. another abused and abandoned puppy has been found. they found a husky four to five months old with a jaw. this comes after two severely
injured german shepherd puppies were found friday in the same spot. one had its back paw cut off. another had another broken jaw. >> what i make of it is a dog torture here in oakland. this is a serious police matter. >> the city of oakland is investigating these cases and pet food express in alameda is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to whoever did this. whoever dumped these dogs. as for the german shepherd with the missing paw, well, rob malcolm, our colleague who reported the story, has adopted that dog. earlier this morning, president trump confirmed that top north korean official is flying to new york for talks on the upcoming summit with kim jong-un. the president tweeted, we've put a great team together for our talks with north korea. diplomats from the two countries have been working to revive the summit that was set for june 12th in singapore. doug luzader is live in
washington, d.c. with a look at the most recent developments. >> reporter: good morning. one would imagine that the teams are negotiating at a fever pace to get everything to take place in a couple of weeks. the one thing be that we have learned, you've got to keep an eye on the airportsed. followings this guy in a white shirt through the beijing airport. he is a top north korean official, possibly on his way now to the united states. in fact he was just sitting at kim jong-un's side on saturday during a meeting with the south korean president, the same day that president trump indicated that a summit may still happen. >> it's moving along very nicely. >> reporter: moving along nicely perhaps. and the u.s. delegation has been talking with north korean counter parts. but the same issues that led president trump to back out of the summit once could crop up again. is north korea really ready to deal and give up the nuclear program? >> we want the north koreans to dismantle their program
immediately. the north koreans want to dismantle the program never. so, yeah, it is a difference in timetable. >> reporter: those are the sort of issues that will have to be worked out before a singapore summit. and there are other players as well. especially china. and that's where more u.s. pressure could come to bare. >> what has to change, china has to see north korea not as an asset but a liability. >> reporter: yeah. will china be supportive of the effort? there is overlap between dealing with north korea and also the united states and china working out some trade differences. back to you guys. >> so doug, it appears that we haven't received a definitive word from the president that the june 12th summit is back on. >> reporter: well, everything is kind of indicating that it may be. i mean, the president has indicated that he thinks it could still happen at that date. but, you know, they have to kind of work out all of the issues before anyone actually meets in singapore in a few weeks. >> okay. doug luzader live in d.c. thank
you. our time is now 7:10. tonight the stanford college republicans will host two conservative activists to speak at stanford. they are due to speak at the event called make stanford great again. now ms. owens attracted national attention after appearing on tmz with kanye west and praised president trump. kirk said the administration of stanford tried to block him from speaking on campus before they finally approved it. >> they're afraid of conservatives coming on campus z they're afraid of conservative speakers coming on campus. i challenge them and say if our ideas are so bad, let us come on campus and no one will show up. >> this is the first time that the republicans have invited speakers on campus since november protests with robert spencer speaking at an event.
attention starbucks customers. your local store is closing this afternoon. we will tell you why and exactly when. [cheering and applause] yeah. what he said. warriors fans excited about another trip to the nba finals. you will hear from the stars of the warriors big game 7 win last night when we come back. and in the 7:00 hour, traffic is heating up out there. this is a look at 101 in san rafael. there is a slowdown in the area because of a collision. we will have a look and some of the details coming up.
between the legs? that was incredible. they were sluggish in the first half, the warriors. but then steph curry and the warriors had another huge 3rd quarter. kevin durant had 34 to lead the warriors. the houston rockets, they played good but then they struggled. at one point they missed 27 straight three pointers. joe fonzi right there in houston. he talked to steph curry after the game. >> no matter how bad the game is going in the first half, we figured it out. you never want to be in that situation in a playoff game because it is tough to claw your way back. it is half what they were doing to us and what we were doing to ourselves. that's a good feeling coming into halftime knowing we were down 11 and played terrible 24 minutes and still had a chance to claw back and came out in
the 3rd quarter on fire ready to take advantage of the moment. >> so the warriors and the cavaliers and lebron will play in the nba finals for the fourth straight seasons. the warriors are heavy favorites to repeat as nba champs. game one is thursday night at oracle. >> let's talk tickets. the warriors will start selling tickets at 6:00 tonight. you will find all of the playoff ticket information you could hope for by going to ktvu.com and you will find more on the warriors on our home page. the time is 7:15. let's get you to where you need to go. allie rasmus is in for sal. >> yeah. let's go to the maps so you can see what we're talking about. alamo, you will see the hazard icon there. there is metal debris in one of the right lanes. be aware of that. north of there, there is a crash southbound 680 south of treat boulevard. two lanes blocked because of a
crash. an ambulance is on the way. skipping over to the north bay, 101 northeast of boulevard, five vehicles involved in a collision there blocking the right two lanes. it is backing things up pretty significantly. 101 through san rafael. so be aware of that if that's where your morning drive takes you. if you're driving from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze, it will take you 37 minutes. not too bad. it is slow approaching the bay bridge toll plaza which we will show you in a minute. we will skip back over to the golden gate bridge because it is getting busier there. before we show you how different it look as the toll plaza, much more of a backup there. although it is getting better as the morning goes on. you're looking at 20 minutes to get on to the span. the time is 7:16. i'll send it over to steve. >> thank you, allie. >> you're welcome. >> let's get to it. a very warm to hot -- it doesn't take much. yesterday was the first 90 degree temps of the month for many. and we were rocking it up.
san jose, 91. redwood city, 92. san rafael, 93. and morgan hill was 97 hot degrees. today it will be just a little bit of patchy fog. down around santa cruz and monterey, there is some. there is a lot not far away that will work its way in. it will be nice to mild to warm to hot. cooler coast and bay. i think we get a westerly breeze later this afternoon. the fog again, it is trying to get its act together but it needs a little help. it will get it. 50s and 60s on the temp. san jose is in there, hayward and fairfield and brentwood. livermore at 64. sfo is 60 degrees. san rafael at 59. 62 in napa. american canyon is in there as well. there is no real breeze to cool things off yet. point reyes, 49. the fog is coming. it is on its way. running into a little bit of resistance. by tonight and tomorrow, it will come flying in because this system is poised to make a move at us. as it does, it will bump the
high out of here. i think the sea breeze kicks in. a lot of areas coast and bay will go up and the west wind will kick in and drop off fast. by tomorrow, everybody will cool off, including ukiah, clearlake and out to vacaville. today mainly coast and bay. there will still be 90s. but 70s and 80s. it was warm yesterday for many. down a few degrees compared to yesterday. but it takes a while to get lake county and santa clara valley. warm but not as warm as yesterday. i drop morgan hill seven. 60, 70s, 08 80s along the coast and inland. >> thank you, steve. volcano ash falling down on the big island of hawaii. >> i hope i never see this again.
them a big raise and offering good benefits, better than the industry standard. starting next monday, workers of his restaurant will earn at least $17 an hour. for most of them, that is a raise of $4.50 an hour. all of his employees will also get paid sick leave. supervisors will get paid vacation time. mr. mason is hoping this will attract people looking for a long-term career and want stability to raise a family. the state of california is rolling out new license plates and they're unlike any that we have seen before. they are digital license plates. the new plates use the same computer technology as kindle e- book readers and have a wireless communication system. drivers can register their vehicles electronically every year and don't need to use the physical renewal stickers. it is about to begin marketing it for sale at auto
dealerships. the new plates would be installed when you buy a car and these digital plates cost $700. >> whoa. >> and a $7 monthly fee. i have my iphone. >> yes. >> but apple is talking about the next phones and the big changes they may have. >> let's bring pam cook back into the studio. >> already talking about it. there are reports out of korea that apple will use oled screens in the next phones. plan for 2019. it stands for organic light omitting diod. sharper and brighter images than the current screens. on the news, universal display, their stock is up 11%. it is based in trenton, new jersey and it makes the screens. also when the opening bell rang this morning, stocks headed lower in the u.s. after a big drop overnight in europe. investors are worried about the political uncertainty in italy
and spain and affecting the euro there and the dollar as well. checking in on the numbers, they are down after that big break. the holiday weekend. here is a live look at the dow, off 160 points. more than half of a percent. 24,592. the nasdaq and the s&p 500 down about half of a percent. the nasdaq down not by as much though, losing about a quarter of a percent to 7416. well, today san francisco mayor mark farrell will announce plans to use millions of dollars the city has collected from the new soda tax. it is estimated the city will have 1 $1.6 million in soda tax revenue for the fiscal year that begins july 1st. the soda tax went into effect in january. mayor farrell says its budget will propose using the revenue to encourage physical activity and promote healthy eating and solutions to epidemics of obesity and heart disease. speaking of sodas though, coca-
cola getting into the alcoholic beverage business. the company has released an alcoholic beverage called lemon dew. right now only in japan. it has a physiciany lemon flavor. it doesn't have any coke in it but alcohol will you salty and honey lemon. debeers will sell manmade jewelry. it is a big shift who said it would not sell stones created in labs. it will be sold unthe name light box. it says some of its customers want affordable fashion jewelry that may not be forever but perfect for right now. the technology to make them so advanced that experts need a machine to distinguish between the lab-grown diamonds and the mined gems. manmade diamonds will sell for
about $800 a carat. a natural diamond sells for about $8,000. >> that's a pam and gasia diamond. >> if they want to send samples for us to check out. >> i'm curious, does the giver have to disclose what kind of diamond they are giving to their loved one and should it matter? >> it shouldn't matter. i guess if you're soon to be maybe fiance pulls out little machinery to take a look -- >> maybe that is a sign. >> interesting. thank you, pam. >> thank you, pam. the time is 7:26. i crackdown on the homeless living near a busy berkeley marina. >> they are making the people's life what they're doing just to stay alive a criminal act. we will tell you why many people showed up trying to block a homeless sweep from taking place. thousands of starbucks stores are closing early today for antibias training. i'll tell you how to find out what times your local starbucks will close and what the company
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but between now and then, let's see if we can't put another ring on it. >> another ring ton. >> and i know you were saying the beginning part of yesterday's game had you a little nervous. >> i kept turning it off. i don't want to watch. and they started winning again. and as i stayed away, they won. >> okay. >> so i stayed away and then came back. >> very good. we're glad you're with us on this tuesday, may 29th. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and i'm dave clark. let's talk about your friday weather -- friday weather? >> we're going to do it again. >> a few mere days to get there. >> it is tuesday. see. >> we're going to do it again with warm temps. probably not as hot as yesterday. that's a good sopping. do it again. 50 and clear skies in inverness after a warm 81 yesterday. that's warm for inverness. let's look at the temps here. point reyes, 51. bodega bay, 52. that is close.
windsor at 61. nap a-62. american canyon in there. we're going to get out of the gate warm. but i think by this afternoon, the sea breeze kicks in. if it doesn't, i'll miss these but i'm going with these. still warm to hot but i don't think the temps go up. the fog is trying. just around monterey bay. it will helped along big time later today. 50s and 60s already. warming up quick. the system coming in right there. start to push the fog bank in and crank up the westerly breeze a little later today. but not before with he see a lot of sunshine and warm temps. but the temperature trend will go down later today and take the plunge tomorrow. 90s for some inland. it takes another day to cool them down. 60s, 70s and 80s for others. allie, 7:31. i know it is busy but anything that you want to get to right away. >> right away i want to go to 101 in san rafael. now we're seeing heavy traffic in that area. we're not exactly sure what is causing it. there is nothing specific on the chp dispatch about this.
this is 101 through central san rafael. very slow in the southbound direction. maybe this is some of the lingering residual delay from an earlier crash. but you can see the backup extends for several miles. so definitely slow going if your commute takes you through san rafael towards the city and the golden gate bridge. so let's show you the golden gate bridge now. switch over to that camera. once you get there, things a little bit easier in terms of your drive into the city. traffic moving nicely in both directions. the macarthur maze, if you drive from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze, it will take you about 45 minutes, it is getting longer, the drive is getting longer offer the last year. there is a report of a collision. don't have a lot of information on it just yet. but there is -- there are injuries reported. so an ambulance is on the way over there. let's show you 880 in oakland.
both directions. things look good there. it is slow 880 in the southbound direction as you approach the san mateo bridge. the time now is 7:32. let's go back to the desk. happening today, thousands of starbucks across the country will be closed. >> yeah. this afternoon starbuck wills hold a special training session for employees after two african- american men in philadelphia were arrested. they tried to use the bathroom without buying anything. ktvu's alyssa harrington is in walnut creek. tell us more about the training today. >> reporter: dave and gasia, the company is trying to repair its image. one way is by training employees about bias. it will take a few hours this afternoon. that means participating starbucks will close early. there will be signs posted on the doors like this one in walnut creek to give customers the exact time that their coffee shop will close. this location in walnut creek closes at 2:30 this afternoon. and this is that video that went viral last month. it shows the two men being led out of the philadelphia
starbucks in handcuffs. starbucks is now spending the afternoon training all 175,000 employees across the country about sensitive issues regarding race, diversity and how to make all customers feel welcome. the company also posted a preview video on its website. a manager from an oakland starbucks is included that that video owe in that video. he discusses issues with homeless using the bathrooms and a customer that i just talk today in walnut creek brought up the same topic. >> when i first started working there, i had to deal with difficult homeless customers all the time. >> i found someone in the restroom shooting up. i just froze. >> at this particular store, we have the homeless people here. and i know the guy and he comes here every morning. and there's homeless. they always let them come in the bathroom. so they just do a great job. and there's diversity and all of that. >> reporter: the company has already changed its policy, allowing people to sit inside
or use the bathroom accident even without making a purchase. the company wants to focus on being a third place, which is a place between home and work, where people can hang out and feel comfortable. now, different starbucks locations throughout the country will be closed. but those attached to a supermarket or are in airports or hotels, for example, will remain open. live in walnut creek, alyssa hairing ton, ktvu fox 2 news. >> thank you, alist a. that leads to our question of the day, which is this: do you believe there will be fewer incidents at starbucks following that training? 32% say yes. 68% say no. let us know what you think. vote on the ktvu twitter page. you can also comment on our ktvu facebook page. the time is 7:35. new information now about a crash between two cars last night in san jose. san jose police tell us it started with a stolen car with a 13-year-old driver behind the wheel. police say they tried to pull over a stolen blue honda accord
near mclaughlin avenue. the driver did not stop. police say they didn't chase the car but instead alerted other officers by radio as to the location of the stolen car. a short time later the accord crashed into another car almost head-on. a 14-year-old girl and 16-year- old boy in the car tried to run away but were arrested. the 13-year-old driver was initially trapped in the car. once freed, that person was also arrested. another 13-year-old boy in the car was taken to the hospital with critical injuries. the driver of the other car was injured but not seriously. the time is now 7:36. we're learning new details about a heroic rescue this lake county during a file in middletown that injured a firefighter and a chp officer. it started yesterday afternoon. it is a landmark general store on highway 29 in the heart of middletown. we've been told that a chp officer happened to be at the market getting lunch when the alarms went off about 2:30.
the officer called for firefighters to respond. after the crews arrived, the officer started doing traffic control, but then he saw a firefighter from cal fire partially engulfed in flames. the chp officer and another firefighter pulled that injured man to safety. the firefighter was taken to uc davis for treatment of his burns. the chp officer suffered smoke inhalation and first degree burns on his right hand. the cause of the fire is under investigation. today berkeley city council members will discuss a new proposition for alameda county to get more mental health treatment beds for city of berkly. the council is asking for 20 more spots for the outpatient facility, ten of which would be designated for the city of berkeley alone. securing the ten spots for people from berkeley will result in fewer public safety issues overall in the city. overseas where three people were killed in belgium today, including two police officers. the attack could be terror
related. it started when a man with a knife approached two police officers from behind, stabbed them several times and then took their guns and shot and killed them. the man then shot and killed a 22-year-old man in a nearby car. moments later there was a standoff where the man took a woman a hostage at a school. the attacker was later killed by police. belgium has been on high alert since attacks in pirnies 2015. that killed 130 people. one year later a separate attack in brussels killed 32. on the big island of hawaii, new evacuation orders, the volcanic lava flow started moving again. ten more homes were destroyed. officials are going door to door in one neighborhood where many people stayed behind. now they're being told that they have to get out or risk being cut off from an escape route. volcanic ash plumes now rise as high as 13,000 feet. that's causing serious health
concerns as the ash scatters. warriors fans are celebrating this morning. coming up at 8:00, more on the excitement as the team heads to the nba finals for a fourth year in a row. a major impact on commuters if you use muni. we will tell you about a major closure in san francisco and how long it will last. and an earlier crash on 101 near larkspur has traffic backed up all the way up to novato. we will have a look at that part of the commute coming up. it was a hot monday. it will warm up quick here. although a sea breeze will kick in later. big changes start today.
>> the time is 7:42. san francisco police have arrested four people for a stabbing over the weekend. officers were called to break up a fight just after 7:00 sunday night. they found a man who had been stabbed. he was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive. police have not released the identities of the four people take known custody. the time is 7:42. we're learning more about the two people killed over the weekend when a small plane crashed in petaluma. the couple were killed. the plane went down late sunday afternoon after taking off from petaluma municipal airport. >> when anything like that happens, it is sad. not a good thing. it is just terrible. >> the plane started having engine problems and stalled and turned sideways and crashed straight down. it appears that the pilot tried to turn around but couldn't
make it back to the airport. the plane was an rs-6. just like the one here, similar to it. it is a home-built plane. they often use it for airobatics. the ntsb and the f.a.a. are investigating. let's go to mike mibach for what is ahead on morn. >> good morning. coming up, taking a closer look at video games in the wake of school shootings across the country. why victims of gun violence are fuming about one specific game. and the bay area council economic institute giving us a look at housing, specifically in alameda county. coming up in the 9:00 hour, the best ways to improve housing affordability. we will see you both coming up in the next hours of mornings on 2. >> thank you, mike. the time now is 7:43. san francisco muni trains are running again through the twin peaks tunnel after being shut down during the holiday weekend. >> muni took advantage of the
long weekend to shut down the track between west portal and hills stations. on june 25th, that stretch of muni will be closed again for renovations that are expected to improve the system for years to come. >> this is really about preparing the twin peaks tunnel with is 100 years old. this is about preparing it for the next 100 years. >> now, if everything goes as planned, when the tunnel reopens in late august, trains will run faster and be more dependable. in the meantime, if you happen to be in that area, just give yourself extra time to get around. later tonight, you can expect lane closures on a part of interstate 80 in solano county. >> caltrans plans to repaint the lines on east and westbound 80 from vallejo into fairfield. the work happens each night from 10:00 until 5:00 in the morning through the middle of august. it is 7:45.
allie rasmus is in for sal. everybody behaving on the roads now? >> well, there are two big problems. >> uh-oh. >> that we want to tell you about. if you're in the north bay driving from from san rafael, you will have a tough time this morning because there is a pretty lengthy backup. 101 through central san rafael, this is a live picture. this may have been because of an earlier crash. it has been cleared. it was near sir francis drake boulevard. it is oust the way. we can show you the map. the backup extends all the way up to novato now. give yourself extra time driving through that area. near portal road, there are three lanes blocked because of seven vehicles and three motorcycles involved in a wreck according to some of the chp notes. that is tying things up. it will be a mess for a while. be aware of that. and you can see it reflected here in the drive times in the
carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. about an hour now. and that is because of that multi vehicle crash. again, three lanes blocked westbound 80 around san pablo dam road. if you make it to the toll plaza, things are a little bit lighter there. and so you're looking at a 15 to 20-minute delay to get on to the span. not too bad. but north bay and around san pablo having a tough time this morning. the time is 7:46. let's go to steve. >> thank you, allie. temperatures are warming up. not much fog. a little down towards santa cruz, monterey bay. it won't take long to get here but when the westerly breeze kicks in, it will get here. giants in denver for another maybe delay on the start of the game at coors field. ayou will though it looks more like a general rainer today than it does the severe. they had hail yesterday at coors. coming down from wyoming, once you set up on the front range, they die down and pick up.
it is just not very warm. the severe is north and east of them. and the nateers will be between this area. denver only 5 #. that is cool. you see the warm air out ahead of it in the plains. oklahoma and kansas today, that looks to be prime time for the severe weather. for us back home, very quiet. not much in the way of clouds and waiting on the fog. jim is at sausalito yacht harbor. eye beautiful start here and there and everywhere this morning. i would agree. it is very quiet. 50s and 60s. one observation in oakland, already 60 degrees. officially in the city, 56. there is one that is 60 degrees. ai lot of mid-50s. patchy fog at best. a little cooler though because the west wind will kick n the system will push the fog closer towards us. it looks like an afternoon event. inland need another day to cool off. they will drop about two to four today. 60 in ukiah.
56 down in monterey. the fog is trying. it just needs help. there it is. the system will inch closer. as it does, it will crank up the sea breeze and sweep through. this is for tomorrow. there will be plenty of low clouds tomorrow. it is the temps that will take the big drop off the table on wednesday. i mean, 50s and 60s and 70s. some areas may drop 15 to 20 degrees tomorrow after today's highs. 70s and 80s, 90s for some. it takes another couple days to really get clear lack and vacaville to cool off once you set up in the 90s. i think it will be slightly cooler for 90% of the forecast area today. morgan hill 97 yesterday. only going 90 today. 60s and 70s. 70s to 80s in city. the sea breeze will kick in and then a big cooldown wednesday and thursday. >> thank you, steve. the time is 7:48. boy, home prices keep shooting up here in the bay area. coming up at 8:00, we have the details and the record that was set in the city of sunnyvale. plus, back in class this morning for students at santa
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this would never happen again. it has happened more than 200 times in 5 years. dianne feinstein and a new generation are leading the fight to pass a new assault weapons ban. say no to the nra and yes to common-sense gun laws. california values senator dianne feinstein >> the time is 7:51. the european commission has announced a proposed ban on plastic straws, q tips, coffee stirrers and many other single use plastic products. they hope to reduce beach and ocean litter. the proposal will now be
assessed by the eu parliament and member states. >> by targeting the ten most used items that have a great chance of ending up as litter and are difficult to recycle. we also target plastic fishing gear. >> the commission says without the ban it estimates the environmental damage from plastics at $250 billion over the next 12 years. our time is 7:52. it is official now, the last search for the missing malaysia flight 370 is over. tonight the u.s. based company ocean infinity finished three months of searching the floor of the indian ocean and do you understand no wreckage. the plane disappeared march 8th, 2014, with 239 people on the flight to beijing. ocean infinity took over the search this year after the malaysian, chinese and australian governments called off the almost three-year search last january.
today students from santa fe high school in texas are going back to class. they will be inside the school since the may 18th shooting for the first time. there is extra security from across the state. also counselors will be available for students and teachers. here at home, homeless people in berkeley who were living in their vehicles along the berkeley waterfront were forced to leave. those vehicles were lined up on marina boulevard for months. about 25 people received warnings and then on monday, they were forced to leave that area. many of the vehicles don't look like they can be on the road but it attracted a lot of attention from visitors and local business owner that's led to the eviction. >> i can't do anything. i can sit here and i can pray to god that everybody in this town understands that we're human beings and they're human beings and there is nothing that i can do. and if they think berkeley
offered us any services, they didn't. >> we have been told most of the people living along marina boulevard moved to a nearby parking lot of a restaurant that is closing. but that is considered just temporary. as of now, we still haven't heard from berkeley police a comment on the situation. this weekend's warmer weather is a reminder that there will soon are more pests in our lives. people need to be careful so they don't get bit as ticks and mosquitoes become more active. officials say get rid of any standing water. pet water bowls, ponds and bird baths should have the water changed at least once a week to reduce the risk of being infected with the west nile vie recess carried by mosquito owes. when you're out in tall grass, check for ticks that can carry lyme disease. people went to the beach to cool off and found an unexpected site. more than 100 dead jelly fish
washed up on the beach. marin biologists are not sure why they ended up on the beach. at least one of them was alive before washing up on the sand. a surfer reported being stung when he was in the water. the time is 7:55. if you depend on an afternoon starbucks coffee fix to get through the rest of the afternoon, you're out of luck. saar bucks is shutting down for a nationwide training session. we will tell what you they hope to accomplish after accusations of racism at a starbucks in philadelphia. >> reporter: lava is still flowing from the kilauea volcano. i have the details coming up. we're keeping a close eye on a problem on westbound 80 near san pablo. we will have a full look at the commute coming up. very little fog right now. it will warm up quick. but a west wind will kick in
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13-year-old crashes a stolen car in san jose. we will have the latest on the investigation. mornings on 2 continues now. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning, everyone. welcome back to mornings on 2. it is tuesday, may 29th. i'm mike mibach. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. let's help get you out the door. steve, we were this close to pulling out the fan last night from the garage but we held off because relief is in sight. >> i did. i have two going. >> okay. >> but yeah it was very warm as you know on monday. it doesn't take long once he get to this time of year after a very cool may. this was the first 90 degree temps for many inland locations much it's been that cool of a month. yesterday, boom, we zoomed up there. 91 san jose. morgan hill, 97. today looks to be a little cooler though. i'm banking on that west wind kicking in. now, right now it is not there. winds are calm. a little fog around santa cruz
and monterey. 50s, to 60s to 70s. it will be a warm day with 90s to the east and also to the north. probably the santa clara valley as well. pittsburgh is 70. brentwood is at 70. and everybody filling in with 60s on the temps. low 70s. but the west wind should show as it inches closer. the fog is screaming out ahead of it. it will take its time. yesterday was the hottest day. a couple locations will be as hot. the majority will start to trend down. then we really start to drop on the temps wednesday and thursday. you've had a busy morning, allie. now you're focusing on what? >> things not so easy going in the north bay. and definitely in the east bay around san pablo. let's show you the map. we are still following this earlier crash that was near larkspur it goes all the way up to the novato area. that is still sluggish even though the crash is moved out
of the way. progress being made on westbound 80. there were several lanes blocked. there is a note from the chp that some of the lanes should be reopening soon, if not already. however, the damage is done. you can see that solid red line from san pablo all the way up towards hercules. because of that, when we look at the drive times from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze, well over an hour. i don't fill in for sal often but when i do i have never seen it that backed up and that long of a drive. once you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, things should lighten up a little bit. this backup doesn't look as bad as a couple hours ago. a 20-minute delay to get on to the span. a couple more issues to talk about. northbound 280 in the castro valley area, there is a collision involving a big rig there. that is a typical bottle neck anyway even when there isn't an accident to tell you about.
so be aware of that. traffic intensifying. usually this time of the morning it gets a little easier but not the case right now. the time is 8:01. back to the desk. >> thank you, allie. thousands of starbucks coffee shops across the country will be closed for several hours. >> the company is holding a special training session on racial bias for works after two african-american men were arrested in philadelphia for using the bathroom without making a purchase. ktvu's alyssa harrington has been talking to customers in walnut creek and brings us a preview of the training. >> reporter: starbucks is trying to repair its image and one way is with the antibias training. stores are closing earlier and posting signs on the doors to report what time the closures will happen. this video went viral last month, showing two men being led out of a philadelphia starbucks in handcuffs. starbucks is spending the afternoon training all 175,000 employees across the country about sensitive issues
regarding race, diversity and how to make all customers feel welcome. the company also posted a preview video on its website. i got a chance to speak with some customers who say this training is a good idea but they wonder how much can be accomplished in a day. >> i think it is a hard decision probably for a large company like this to make. i think it is a sign of an investment in trying to bring peace and equality to everyone's access to these stores. i think it is a positive sign. >> we work to be a different kind of company. a company that believes in using our scale for good. a company that believes that the pursuit of profit is not in conflict with doing social good. and we are doing this on a topic that i believe affects all of america. >> the company has already changed its policy allowing people to now sit inside or use the bathroom without making a purchase. now, all company owned starbucks stores will be
closing early today. but those branches in airports and hotels and in supermarkets will stay open. in walnut creek, ktvu fox 2 news. through the ktvu question of the day, we've been asking, do you think there will be fewer such incidents at starbucks following the training. here are the results. let us know by voting on twitter and leaving comments on facebook. the founder of red bay coffee will tour coffee shops in philadelphia. he will be on social media holding a conversation on inclusiveness in the coffee industry. red bank coffee is made up of women, people of color and people who served time in jail. what happened at starbucks will continue until the leadership of corporations is as diverse as the communities they serve. all right. the golden gate bridge are back in the nba finals against the cleveland cavaliers after beating the rockets 101-92 in game 7 of the western
conference finals. >> that was a great play. i love jordan bell there. after a slow start in the first half, steph curry and the warriors had a huge 3rd quarter. putting up a triple double last night. kevin durant led with 34 points. the rockets up 11 at the half missed 23 straight three pointers during the game. joe fonzi has more from the toyota center in houston. >> reporter: there's probably nothing more satisfying than going into a hostile arena, silencing the crowd and winning a playoff series in a game 7. that's what the warriors did last night in houston, but it wasn't easy. >> harden pulls it up. thompson playing with the fouls. >> reporter: the warriors trailed the rockets by 11 points at halftime. but then went on one of their
patented 3rd quarter runs, outscoring the rockets by 18 points. steph curry was just two of six from three-point range at halftime. he ended up going 7 for 15 when it was all said and done for 27 points. at one point hitting 11 straight in the 3rd quarter. r. >> curry. so for the fourth straight year, the warriors are headed to the nba championship series against the cleveland cavaliers. history already was made there. no teams had met in the finals three consecutive seasons and now they will meet for a fourth time. the warriors though not thinking about the cavs right now. they're happy with what they accomplished last night. >> it is a grass identifying feeling knowing how hard we had to work to get there. every year is different. and the journey is different. and that was very, very present, you know, how hard this game 7 was on the road to get a win. >> i just liked our resilience
through it all. we got down big early, just like last game. and, you know, i think going through that in game 6 allowed us to kind of calm down a bit when we went through it tonight, just knowing that we know exactly what we need to do to get out of this. it was just one of those nights that we tried to fight through everything and we wanted to will ourselves to this w. >> reporter: in the end it was a very strange seven games. this was projected to be a high scoring series. instead it turned into a defensive struggle. but the good news for the warriors is they will have the home court advantage again when the championship series opens on thursday. joe fonzi, ktvu fox 2. warrior fans say the series against the rockets was one of the hardest in recent years. many were actually glad to walk away with a win. as though final seconds ticked down, they sounded off. [cheering and applause] >> 13,000 plus packed into oracle to watch the game even though the team was playing in
houston. the warriors arranged this huge wash party so that fans could come together as one and celebrate another western conference championship. >> the team is amazing. we have gone through such magical moments the last several years. >> through the ups and downs, it's been going great. some games it is down. this whole series. >> warrior fans now turn their attention to the cleveland cavaliers. golden state hosts game one of the nba finals as joe said on thursday night. dick sporting goods stores opened with the gear this morning, they have a lot of merchandise including the t- shirts and caps that the players won last night. some of the stores stayed open for extended hours after the game. the warriors will start selling games for the first, second and fifth games for the finals at 6:00ment you can find the playoff ticket information on our website. go to the warriors story on our
front page at ktvu.com. 10:00 tickets on sale. san jose police tell us that a 13-year-old driving a stolen car crashed into another car last night, sending several people to the hospital. they tried to pull over the accord just after 10:00 last night. the driver did not stop. police didn't chase the car but instead alerted other officers on the radio as to the location of the stolen car. just a short time later the accord crashed into another car almost head-on. a 14-year-old girl and 16-year- old boy in the car tried to run away but were arrested. the 13-year-old driver was initially trapped in the car. once the driver was freed, the driver was arrested. another 13-year-old boy in the car was taken to the hospital with critical injuries. the driver of the other car was injured but not seriously. now to new information on a heroic rescue in lake county during a fire in middle town that injured both a firefighter and chp officer. the fire started at the market yesterday afternoon. it is a landmark general store
on highway 29 right in the heart of middle town. we're told a chp officer happened to be at market getting lunch when the alarm went off at 2:30. after crews arrived, the officer started doing traffic control but saw a firefighter from cal fire partially in flames. the chp officer and another firefighter pulled the injured man to safety. the firefighter was taken to uc davis and being treated for burns. the chp officer suffered smoke inhalation and first degree burns to his right hand. the woman who lives in middle town says the market is a crucial part of the small town. >> it is the only store in middletown. this is where you can buy a chain saw, bottle of wine and get a meal. >> the market has extensive damage. the cause of the fire is under investigation. before making landfall in florida's panhandle, alberto leaves behind a trail of destruction in cuba. where the storm could be heading next. a possible terror attack
after a man opens fire killing two police officers and a bystander in belgium. we will have the latest on the investigation underway this morning. a commute on highway 80 improving a little bit compared to 20 minutes ago, recovering from an earlier crash in san pablo. still a bit slow going. we will have a look at that and the other hot spots coming up. a rapid warmup on monday. it was hot. lots of 90s. we will start a warmup again on tuesday. but a west wind should kick in for many later today.
>> 8:14 now. we're following developing news in belgium where three people were killed today, including two police officers. police say the attack could be terror related. it started when a man with a knife approached two police officers from behind, stabbed them several times and then took their guns and shot and killed them. the man then shot and killed a 22-year-old man in a nearby car. moments later there was a standoff when the man took a woman hostage at a school. the attacker was killed by police. belgium has been on high alert since a terror group was involved in an attack in paris in 2015. it killed 130 people. one year later a separate attack in brussels killed 32. heavy rain still hitting parts of florida. the storm has been downgraded to a sub tropical depression. yesterday it crossed the florida panhandle and caused dangerous waves and rip currents. there is an increased risk of
flash flooding over the next few days. >> any time that you get a tropical storm or hurricane in the gulf of mexico anywhere close to us. this is the type of situation that we can have. >> although it has weakened it is expect today spread over alabama and large parts of georgia, tennessee and the carolinas. the outer band stretched all the way to the carolinas where it killed a photojournalist and an anchor. mike mccormick and aaron sme ltzer. they were covering weather conditions in north carolina when a tree crushed their suv. police say they were driving on a highway when that accident occurred. in maryland a national guard member is missing one day after he was swept away by raging flood waters. >> oh, my god. >> 39-year-old edison herman was trying to help a woman rescue her cat when he went
under water. maryland's governor has declared a state of emergency after heavy rain set off tremendous flooding. this is the second major flood in the area in less than two years. there is no end in sight to the lava and gas bubbling from the kilauea volcano . >> the big rush of lava and took out ten houses at this point. it might be more now. >> reporter: it has been more than three weeks and the lava is still flowing from the kilauea volcano. at least ten more homes destroyed over the holiday weekend as it spread into neighborhoods. 2,000 people are under evacuation orders. after weeks away from home, some people are returning to areas under threat. the usgs using infrared to locate residents and send first responders to order them to leave. >> police and fire went door to door to get the people out.
they refuse to leave. so it kind of gives us terrifying insight into what is going on out there. >> the lava has also reached the geo thermal plant. there have been no reports of explosion so far. shifting winds is leading to warnings that it may carry acid and glass shards. first responders now on stand by across the state, ready to deploy if the situation gets worse. >> we have two crews operating on a 24-hour stand by. >> there are no new evacuation orders as a result of air quality. but those with respiratory issues are warned to stay indoorsment on the big island of hawaii, jeff paul, ktvu fox 2 news. back here in the bay area,
let's check in with allie and a look at the commute on this tuesday morning. hey, allie. >> things are improving, especially for drivers on westbound 80. let's take you to the maps so you can see where some of the red is on the map this morning. there was an earlier crash westbound 80 east of san pablo dam road. it has been cleared out of the way. you can see a little bit of a backup left over. this was a solid red line earlier now it is improving. you see that reflected in the drive times in the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. about half an hour ago, it was over an hour. things getting better there. getting a little better at the bay bridge toll plaza, especially if you're in the carpool lanes. you will have no problem getting through. otherwise it will take you 15 to 20 minutes. let's check in on other issues in other area that's we haven't had a chance to show new morning because our cameras on highway 24 are down. it is slow through lafayette and orinda heading towards the caldecott tunnel.
other problems to talk about, 880 northbound and southbound direction you can see a couple of fender benders there. also 580 westbound in san leandro, there is a pickup truck that went off the embankment. so keep that in mind if you're driving through oakland on 880 or 580. you might hit some backups there. let's send it over to steve. >> thank you, allie. another warm to hot day. not as warm as yesterday but it will be close for some. the west wind should kick in. the giants are in denver for the rockies at coors field at 5:40 today. they had the early -- delayed yesterday because of the thunderstorm activity. i still think they will get rain. but the parameters don't look as severe as yesterday. the system coming down from wyoming might deliver some general rain. want to show you something called back building on the thunderstorms. this is out in eastern plains out in eastern colorado. we will go through this again. watch right here. watch the initial line. and then the thunderstorms
build back. that happens there on the upwind side. they develop on the west/southwest side of the original complex. the upwind there develops more and they can keep training. now, today look at the dividing line between the air masses here. i mean, this is really warm. high due points. very cold air coming out of the rockies. what does the cold air want to do? it wants to sink? what does the warm air want to do? it wants to lift. you compare the two and it will be around oklahoma and kansas maybe up to omaha. that is the severe line. we don't have anything like that. fog is trying to work its way back. so far it is quiet after a hot monday. livermore was 95. just to name a few. san rafael, 93. san jose, 91. first 90s of the month for many. patchy fog. some down around santa cruz to monterey off shore. it will be cooler coast and bay and inland. san francisco, 70/56. i'm counting on the west wind
to kick in. 93 in 1975 the record. the average is 65. fog again down right around monterey and off shore. but it needs a little help. it is on its way. i will show you in a second. low 70s in fairfield and brentwood. it should be down about two to four degrees. around the bay, oakland, 59. one observation, 65. 66. the city, 59. tiburon, 59. we're starting off quia set and warm on the pence l a lot of 60s as well. menlo park at 57. san mateo at 65. belmont at 67. the fog will start to get here. there is a good system on its way. it is a little off right now the coast but by this afternoon, it will start to get closer. it will still be warm to hot for some away from the coast today. tomorrow we drop a good 15 to 20 degrees. you can see on the temps, for today, again, it will be 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s.
tomorrow the system sweeps through. 50s, 60s and 70s. you have to go out to sacramento to find the 80s. a lot of locations still very warm. others will cool down, especially if we get a south wind. certainly towards santa rosa and napa. that cool them down in this kind of a pattern. not something that we have said much of this month. they're back down to cooler starting tomorrow and into thursday. >> thank you, steve. >> you got it. taking a closer look at video games in the wake of school shooters across the country. why an active shooter video game is getting backlash from critics who call it a slap in the face to gun violence victims. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message. i support the affordable care act, and voted against all trump's attempts to repeal it.
>> earlier this morning, president trump confirmed in a tweet that a top north korean official is heading to new york for talks on his upcoming summit with kim jong-un. the president also said, quote, we have put a great team together for our talks with north korea. that north korean official had been spotted walking through the airport in beijing. he is one of kim jong-un's closest advisors. all of this comes as a team of diplomats from the u.s. and north korea is meeting behind the scenes to try to resurrect the summit that was canceled last thursday but the president says could still happen. it is not sure if north korea is ready to give up the nuclear program. >> we want the north koreans to
dismantle their program immediately. they want to dismantle their nuclear program never. >> the leaders of the two koreas met on saturday. the man accused of being the golden state killer is scheduled to be in a sacramento courtroom in a few minutes. the hearing was delayed so his public defender could have more time to prepare and unseal search warrants. so far deangelo has been charged with eight murders in four different counties. he is suspected of committing at least 45 raise and 13 murders including the 1975 ransacker case. he has not entered a plea. later today students from santa fe high school in texas will go back to class. it will be the first time that many will be inside of the school since the school shooting 11 days ago. classes will resum with regular hours and there will be extra security from across the state, including the texas department
of public safety. counselors will be available for students and teachers. parents and politicians are de crying a new video game that let's a shooter shoot up a school. it let's players choose between being a member of the s.w.a.t. team or the gunman in a school shooting. it will be released on the steam gaming platform by val corporation. parents say marjory stoneman douglas high school are hoping that people will boycott the site. they have urged the company not to release the game. five people injured after a 13-year-old crashes a stolen vehicle in san jose. we will have the latest on this investigation. >> reporter: plus this morning, public works crews here in san francisco continuing to clear out a large homeless encampment set up in this alleyway in the south of market neighborhood. you will hear why the mayor says the removal the camp marks
>> this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> 8:30 on a tuesday that feels a little like a monday. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning, everyone. i'm mike mibach. you picked a good day to have off when it came to the weather. if you liked the weather yesterday, you're going to enjoy it again today. here is a live picture at the oakland estuary. a little hazy across the city. warmer temps yesterday combined with the long holiday weekend encourages people to mark the unofficial start of summer at the beaches. >> it is hot but it is nice weather to spend time with the family. >> i'm ready for the summer. i'm ready to let it come. more outings, more vacations.
tan maybe. >> depending where you are, it should be a little cooler today than yesterday. but still the summer feel. cal fire wants to remind people that fire danger goes up as the temperatures go up. >> you see the brown dry glass. one of my favorite swimming pools yesterday in pleasanton was at full capacity. >> yes. it warmed up. it will be warm to hot inland. we're slow to see any kind of a breeze develop. it should later on. still 80s and 90s inland. 60s and 70s coast. there is a little bit of fog towards santa cruz and monterey and off shore as well. it will slowly get here. already 70s inland. it will take another day. there may be a west wind around 3:00, 4:00. temperatures already in the 60s. gill row at 65. 70 in santa clara. and campbell is close as well. cupertino, 68. some of the fog and low clouds
finding resistance from this system that will sweep in. that will start a cooldown. today, still warm. i think monday was the day that everyone peaked out. temperatures today go 60s to 90s. tomorrow they will go 50s, 60s, and also 70s as the system sweeps through. the temperatures will take a big plunge tomorrow. today, we have anywhere from 70s, to 80s to near 90 for some. 8:32. allie has been busy, busy. now she is looking at -- >> things are calming down a little bit, especially in the east bay near san pablo. a crash earlier had tied things up. now it is cleared out of the way and things are recovering there. it is 42 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. about the same it was about 15 minutes. but definitely better than the more than hour-long drive that would have been about 45 minutes ago. so improving there. bay bridge toll plaza improving
as well, especially if you're in the carpool lanes or can take one of the trans-bay buses to zip there. no problems there. 880 sluggish in the northbound lanes. and the sunol grade also getting a little slow 680 southbound through that area. taking a look at the south bay, let me see if our traffic maps will cooperate. yeah. everything looks pretty good except for this crash 280 south at the el monte on-ramp. there is an injury crash blocking that ramp. so be aware of that if that's where your drive takes you this morning. the time is 8:33. back to the desk. >> thank you, allie. more information on a developing story we have been following throughout the morning. an attack in belgium today in which three people were killed, including two police officers. the police chief in the city where the attack happened says the motive was to target the police. he also says the two officers who were killed were both women. it started when a man with a knife stabbed the officers
several times from behind and took their guns and shot and killed them. the man then shot and killed a 22-year-old man in a nearby car. moments later there was a standoff when the man took a woman hostage at a school. the attacker was later killed by police. belgium has been on high alert since the attacks in paris in 2015 that killed 130 people. one year later a separate attack in brussels killed 32. a 13-year-old was critically injured after crashing into another vehicle. >> jesse gary has more on what happened here. >> reporter: guys, good morning to you. one of the teenagers is clinging to life in critical condition. two others were hospitalized but their injuries were not that severe. san jose police officers say a 13-year-old was behind the wheel of a near head-on collision here. this is mclaughlin, the cross street going across. let's look at our video.
police investigators say around 10:15 last night just south of here officers tried to make a traffic stop on a 1995 blue honda accord which was reported as stolen. the 13-year-old driver sped off. officers did not pursue. they instead radioed to other police officers. the honda went north on mclaughlin and collided nearly head-on with a white 2014 ford truck as that driver was headed south on mclaughlin. >> the first thing i heard was a car flying down, going real fast. and then i heard tires screech and a loud bang. that startled me a little bit. i made sure it didn't have to do with the gas station. when i went outside, i saw flames going up real fast like as high as the trees. >> reporter: the honda wound up in a ditch. had to be pulled out by a tow truck. three teens were arrested at the scene. the 13-year-old driver was trapped inside of the vehicle. he had to be removed from the vehicle and taken to the
hospital. the adult driver of the ford was not seriously hurt. scary times considering it is a 13-year-old involved in a stolen vehicle and then a near head-on collision. we're live in san jose this morning, jesse gary, ktvu fox 2 news. >> thank you, jesse. this morning, san francisco mayor mark farrell's crackdown on homeless encampments continues. alex savidge is live near 8th and harrison to bring us more on the significance of this morning's operation. >> reporter: right. gasia and mike, good morning to you. the mayor says this is a milestone. the last large homeless encampment in the city of san francisco has been cleared out. these are encampments with at least ten tents. that's exactly what we had here at the back end of this alleyway here. this is near 8th and harrison. a very elaborate setup with the tents and also home made wooden structures as well. as you can see public works
crews are almost done with this operation. this encampment here was here for the last couple of weeks. and city officials say it was a haven for drug use with hundreds of dirty needles found here this morning. it was around 6:00 a.m. when police and public works crews began to move people out of here. a few days ago one of the outreach teams was here at this encampment offering shelters to the dozen or so people staying at the camp. the mayor has launched a crackdown on tent cities such as this one which he says are a threat to public health. >> we need to make sure that the sidewalks in san francisco are for everybody. people who are proactively choosing to sleep in tents and refusing to come into a shelter, refusing to come into housing, at the end of the day, san francisco the answer is no, you can't stay in your tents. just because you want to. >> reporter: the mayor has really put an emphasis on clearing out tent cities.
>> he should. it is messy like it was over here. i don't know. i'm just trying to survive and do the best that i can, you know. >> reporter: and that gentleman i spoke with this morning told me that he is willing to accept help from the city and move into a shelter. but the mayor says many other people living in these encampments are not willing to go indoors. now this morning i talked with the director of san francisco's coalition on homelessness. she has been critical of the mayor's crackdown which was launched last month. hundreds of tents were cleared out in the mission district. she told me that clearing the camps does not solve the problem. it just means that people will move elsewhere and set up their tents in other parts of the city, including in many neighborhoods. but, again, a large homeless encampment according to the mayor's office, the last large encampment with ten or more
tents has tents has been cleared out. this is a huge milestone for city of san francisco. >> thank you, alex. people in berkeley living in their vehicles along the berkeley waterfront were forced to leave. the vehicles were lined up on marina boulevard for months. about 20 to 25 people speed warnings. monday they were force today leave the area. many of the vehicles were barely road worthy but it attracted a lot of attention from visitors and businesses and that helped lead to the eviction. >> i can't do anything. i can sit here and i can pray to god that everybody in this town understands that we're human beings and they're human beings and there is nothing that i can do. and if they think berkeley offered us any services, they didn't. >> we are told most of the people living along marina boulevard moved to a nearby parking lot of a restaurant that is closing. that is only a temporary solution. berkeley police have yet to respond to our calls for more information on the situation. an official warning has
been issued to a fremont school with a high number of foreign students receiving u.s. work permits. the university has reportedly told administrators to produce more detailed information about its students and the companies that hire them. the university could lose its accreditation if it fails to comply. critics claim north western policy technique is a visa mill that provides an improper path to employment. they deny the charge. early this morning, the president said, quote, we have put a great team together for our talks with north korea. now the white house has confirmed secretary of state mike pompeo is set to meet with senior north korean official kim jung-choi later this week. we will have more on the record set in the city of sunnyvale.
for 2019. it stands for organic light emitting diode. they are sharper than the current lcd screens. universal display stocks shot up about 11%. it is based in new jersey. it makes those oled screens. trading has been underway for just about two hours. the markets dropped right off the bat and they have dropped -- the dow dropped 200 points since the last hour. down one and a half percent. 368 points on the downside. the nasdaq is down more than half of a percent. the s&p 500 where a lot of retirement funds are down more than 1%. a lot of it is uncertainty, political uncertainty in italy and spain. so unsettling you're -- owe in the euro zone with the dollar and the euro as well.
that is affecting the markets today. according to statistics from the federal reserve bank of new york, californians racked up $106 billion in credit card debt by the end of 2017. next is texas at $67 billion. followed by florida with $59 billion. and new york with $58 billion. there is new proof that home prices continue to climb one of the most popular cities in silicon valley this five- bedroom house went for $3,350,000. the most expensive in sunnyvale history. the family has been looking for a place to buy in sunnyvale for two years. they wanted a bigger house and a better school district than their previous home in santa clara. the owner of a sacramento chick-fil-a restaurant wants their workers to think of their jobs as more than just entry
level positions. eric mason is giving them a big raise that are not often given to fast food workers. starting next monday, they will earn at least $17 an hour. for most that is a raise of $4.50 an hour. all of the workers will get paid sick leave. supervisors will get paid vacation time. mason hopes that will attract people looking for long-term careers and stability to raise a afamily. and a perfect addition to a perfect degree program for the wine country. the wine business institution degree. the grand opening of the wine spectator learning center at sonoma state university is this evening. the center is a partnership between the wine industry and the university of school of business and economics. officials say the center includes three technology classrooms, an area for faculty and business people to collaborate. i actually took a tour of sonoma state university and it
is one of the first state schools, one of the only state schools that offers a business degree in the wine industry. you hear a lot of agriculture. this is actually behind the scenes running a wine business. >> you're in the heart of wine country. >> a perfect place for it. >> exactly. thank you pam. 8:47. let's help you get out the door. allie has been tackling traffic on a tuesday that feels like a monday for many. >> yes. we are going to show you the drive on westbound 80 there the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. there was an earlier crash here. it has been moved out of the way and things have gotten better. down to 35 minutes to get you to the macarthur maze and then on to the toll plaza. speaking of the toll plaza, the carpool lanes look great. fit more people in your car. that might be the way to go. the other lanes a little bit of a 15-minute delay getting on to the span. taking a look at highway 24.
slow through lafayette and slow through orinda as you make your way towards the caldecott tunnel. south of there, there are a series of fender benders and crashes on the 880 as you approach the san mateo bridge. let's show you the san mateo bridge. it is slow. sluggish getting across westbound on to the peninsula. so give yourself extra time there. the golden gate bridge in comparison though is a pretty smooth easy drive. pretty picture with no fog to speak of. that is something that steve paulson has been talking about this morning. let's send it over to him. >> not there yet but it will get that, allie. except down towards santa cruz and monterey, that's where it is. but we start off warm. temperatures warming up quick here. nationally want to show you a couple things. look at the boundary between denver and albuquerque. cool air coming out of the rockies and warm air in the plains. misminneapolis hit 100 degrees.
only the second time in may that they hit 100. the first time in five years since july of 2012 or 2013. that doesn't happen very often. not very often in may. it has been hot for them. that is a theme there. we had our taste of 90s yesterday for the first time this month. san jose, redwood city, livermore and morgan hill just to name a few. it does look cooler if that west wind doesn't kick in then these probably won't make it. i'm banking on that to happen. probably not until 2:00, 3:00 in the afternoon. the system is getting closer but not a lot of fog. temps in the 70s for some. cloverdale, 71. up towards kelsey villas well. mid 60s for others. 50s closer to the coast. we will have a big difference on the temps. fog is raring to go but needs a little help from that system. it will be here later tonight and into tomorrow. still a day of 90s inland. i think the temperature trend is to level it off or drop it.
70s and 80s around the bay. temperatures will continue to be above average. we've been on the cool side here. but yesterday and today will be one where temperatures are above average for everybody. tomorrow though, mike. >> yeah. >> they take the turn and go down. they will settle there until the weekend when it starts to warm up again. >> ending the month of may on a cool note. once we get into june. >> the month does not look that hot as of right now. >> all right. >> it does not. >> it does not. >> not yet. >> so be it. >> yes. >> a major closure in san francisco this summer. the reason that thousands of muni riders should be prepared for their morning and evening commutes.
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>> well the long holiday weekend gave san francisco muni officials a chance to test out what will happen to the commute when they decide to shut down the twin peaks tunnel later in the summer. as christien kafton reports, the two-month closure will affect riders two the castro. >> this is a sight muni riders will need to get used to for the summer. preliminary work gets underway. the stations will reopen tuesday only to be closed again this summer from june 25th to august 24th. >> this is really about preparing the twin peaks tunnel which is a two-mile heart of the system and 100 years old. this is about preparing it for the next 100 years. >> the sfmta led a tour for the area that will be under
construction this summer. there will be a long-term payoff for the short-term inconvenience. >> the trains will go faster. that should reduce the travel time in the twin peaks tunnel. in addition, tremendous improvements in reliability. >> reporter: the major work on this project has not yet started but you can see already there is a great deal of preparation work already underway. >> this whole section of the tunnel and this is 100 years old. they're preparing the structure to be supported. >> reporter: the work already undermeant a memorial day weekend shutdown. getting passengers between the west portal and the castro station. they are looking at this weekend as a dry run and tweaking the system to make sure that everybody gets to where they need to. the riders who heard of the service interruption says this weekend went smoothly and they are already adding a little
more time for their commute. >> it will take longer. i'm budgeting an extra half an hour if not longer. we will see what happen snooze riders hope the work this summer will mean quicker, more reliable service down the road. christien kafton, ktvu fox 2 news. the state of california is rolling out new license plates. and they are unlike any you have ever seen. digital license plates are hitting the streets as part of a pilot program. they use the same computer technology as kindle e-box readers and have a wireless communication systems. drivers can register each year and won't need physical renewal stickers. they can be used to track stolen vehicles. they would be insouled when you buy a car and cost you $700 plus a $7 monthly fee. an animal abuse investigation in the city of oakland. the reward now being offered in this case.
today we're learning about two people killed over the weekend when a small plane crashed in petaluma. they are the bristow's from carmichael. their plane went down late sunday afternoon. >> it is sad anything like that happens. is not a good thing. it's just terrible. >> witnesses said that the plane had engine trouble, stalled, turned sideways and headed straight down. it appears the pilot tried to turn around. unfortunately cannot make it to the airport. the faa are investigating. police in san francisco have arrested four people for stabbing in dolores park.
officers were called to break up a fight just after 7 pm on sunday night. they found a man who didn't dad. he was taken to hospital is expected to survive. the identity of the four suspects have yet to be released. another abuse puppy has been found in a pile of garbage in oakland. a husky was found yesterday with a broken jaw. this comes after two severely injured german shepherd puppies were found in the exact same spot. >> i think that this is a dog a torturer in oakland. this is a serious police matter. >> there is a $5000 reward for information leading to who is responsible for abusing and dumping this dog. people who went to the beach in pacifica this week and found a unexpected side. one -- more than 100 dead
jellyfish washed shore. today at 9 am. in an exclusive report on alameda housing. the solution to stop the rising cost ? how to stave time in the kitchen without skimping on labor or nutrition ? the golden state warriors champions of the western conference. the teams preparing for another nba final against the cleveland cavaliers. why not turn it up a notch on tuesday morning. i know the holiday weekend is a lawyer, but your golden state warriors are the champions of the western state conference. here is a live look in downtown oakland.