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break down how much money she wants to spend fixing that. ktvu fox 2 news , this is mornings on 2.>> the weather is different this tuesday.>> good morning, i'm dave clark, let's find out more about the weather, here is rosemary. >> one of the notable changes this morning, we don't have the shower activity in the drizzle, the big difference is going to be the temperatures, we will warm anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees, here is a look at san francisco and sfo, in the low 50s at this time, and a little bit of fog you can see on the screen, that'll cause delays, at least for some arriving flights there. santa rosa, 52, 56 in oakland right now, 54 over areas of livermore. temperatures have not really moved much this morning, and it has to do with this cloud cover here, we haven't gone any
cooler and we haven't warmed up just yet. you will notice the clouds as we get into the afternoon, the onshore breeze is going to stay with us but fairly light come you can see 15 miles per hour. concorde, six, napa, a north breeze out of napa, at five. the cooler air is continuing right there. we will have mid to upper 70s expected for the inland cities, this is going to start a trend that'll bring us into the low 80s eventually. here's a look around, 56 san francisco 72, redwood city. 74 expected for livermore, beautiful day, beautiful weather coming your day. the trend will continue.
i will have the extended forecast coming up in just a little bit. how are the highways doing this morning? >> they are moderate, nothing too bad but there is certainly a commute out there, and i will show you the bay bridge just in case you are wondering, the bay bridge toll plaza is back up, it is about a 25 minute delay before you make it across the bridge. san francisco, the traffic here looks all right, we had an earlier problem getting onto the bridge, that has been cleared up, and there have been no major problems here. on the peninsula, you see slow traffic and i will say traffic on the peninsula has been slow at redwood city because of an earlier incident. i would say that 280 is your friend right now. that looks pretty good, it is a decent alternate route. let's go back to the desk. biologist from the marine mammal center will have a news conference before they begin to examine the dead whale that washed up on the san francisco beach at ocean beach. alyssa harrington is live, and there are concerns because nine whales have been found dead in just the past two months. >> reporter: that is right,
this whale has been here for a full day now come you can see people gathered around the animal, a lot of them taking pictures. the marine mammal center started getting calls monday morning, today, they will send experts out to do an examination to figure out why this animal died. people have been making trips to the beach all morning to get a close-up look.>> i was stunned to see it, it was so emotional to me. so emotional. i went whale watching once, and i only saw a smaller killer whale, and my goal this year was to go see a big one. i did not want to see it like this.>> i just pulled over for a little while and i noticed it on the sand, and people walking by. then i figured, it had to be something large. i've never seen too many wills up close. i figured i would stroll down and take a look at it and it is very depressing. >> reporter: out of the nine
whales found dead since the beginning of march, we know three died after being hit by ships. four died from malnutrition, one death is undetermined, and again, biologists will be back out here today to try to determine the cause of death of this whale. they will also try to determine its age and the effect on the animal. thank you. happening today, oakland mayor, libby schaaf will present her budget plan to the oakland city council and says, the multibillion-dollar project will spend more money in several ways. allie is already at the oakland city hall, that budget plan includes repairing oakland's roads and sidewalks. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, yes, that is a big chunk of the budget, but libby schaaf says
even though there is a construction boom going on in city revenues are projected to go up in the next couple years, so our expenses, when it comes to labor cost, fuel and material cost and funding at retiree benefits, even so, this proposed budget of the mayor is going to be about $3.2 billion in total over the next 2 years. that is a 15% increase compared to the budget 2 years ago. here's what it includes, about 21 million to fund programs to address homelessness including the creation and management of some additional shed communities. 30 million ford affordable housing, and 110 million and infrastructure spending, the bulk of that, 75 million will go towards pothole repair. potholes has become an issue for residents. we interviewed two residents who called themselves pothole vigilantes and learn how to repair them by watching youtube videos. >> it is quite easy, all you have to do is fill them up, or
brush the debris out, fill it up with the asphalt material. >> you can do it after 9 pm after the traffic dies down. then we put on our hazard lights to make sure it is safe. >> reporter: the budget for the police department will remain about flat compared to the last 2 years, but the fire prevention bureau will get a big boost, it will nearly double under the proposal, adding 11 positions to inspect all commercial buildings, to residential properties and preventing wildfires. this is about 75 million in the budget to support the oakland unified school district. the recreation budget would suffer the most, that would remain frozen and about eight position let's go unfilled. and the details between the council and the mayor would have to be hammered out, disagreements reached by june 30 because the fiscal year starts on july 1.
ktvu fox 2 news. also today, the oakland city council will debate the idea of reducing the legal requirements for ceilings and oakland homes by six inches to the statewide standard of seven feet. the hope is that by lowering the ceiling height, more homeowners could rent out basement units, increasing the housing supply in oakland. san francisco could decide today whether to require brick- and-mortar retailers to go get cashless. more businesses started popping up around the city last year, supervisors say they are worried that people who pay cash are being excluded, specifically those who are homeless. if it is passed, san francisco would join philadelphia in new jersey, which already has similar bans in place. amazon is opening its first high-tech store which will accept cash payments, it'll be in new york city, employees will help those at the store exit. and at other stores, customers
can only enter with an app that links to a credit card or amazon account. witness testimony continues today in the ghost ship warehouse fire trial, yesterday the jury heard from the first witnesses in the case, who shared last text message she received from her daughter, it said, i'm going to die now. >> she was lovely, she was a musician, she was an artist, she helped people, everybody loved her. >> defense lawyers didn't ask her any questions. the second witness was nicholas, who cosigned the warehouse lease, he said he wanted to get out because of changes that they wanted to make on the building that were not allowed. they will be in court every day, you'll find reports here on ktvu fox 2 news and www.ktvu.com . police are hoping you can
help them identify two people who used stolen credit cards. the cards were used at target stores in petaluma, they were captured on surveillance video at the two target stores. police say the credit cards were stolen from the victim's wallet, which they left in the car. the thief spent more than $4000 at the two stores, anybody who recognizes them is urged to call petaluma police. san francisco has a new fire chief this morning. >> ladies and gentlemen, let's welcome janine mickelson. >> she was sworn in yesterday at san francisco city so all, she is a 25 year veteran of the fire department. >> we work in a one-of-a-kind
city, a densely constructed wood building on hillside, we fight fires in our own way and do a darn good job of it.>> chief nicholson is a breast cancer survivor and has since become an advocate to prevent cancer among firefighters. still ahead, the coveted james beard award, three local restaurants are being recognized, two of them have something in common. getting ready for wildfire season, the state is dealing with high risk areas before we have another fire. it is crowded out there, as you might imagine, although the met weather is not a major factor. we will have a look across the country when we come back. we have a warm-up this afternoon, partly cloudy skies, we will show you what you can
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welcome back, it is just about 7:13, new body camera video released by police shows the deadly shooting of 33-year- old, ron l foster. that video shows a brief interaction between foster and officer ryan mcmahon who chased foster behind the building, you can see them struggling until the officer shoots foster as he gets up. a month later, foster's family filed a wrongful death lawsuit. officer was also involved in another controversial deadly shooting this year, he was among six officers who shot and killed 20-year-old, willie mccoy. he was asleep in a car in the drive through to talk about,
and he was holding a loaded gun in his lap. telephone is getting ready for what is likely to be a difficult wildfire season. they are a part of wildfire safety week. they also want residents to prepare an evacuation plan and create defense space around their home. >> part of this responsibility is not just the government responsibility, it is an individual responsibility, it is important to learn about the threats in your area, what kind of a fire zone do you live in? >> in east bay hills, creating a firebreak is one of the many high-priority projects california fire crews will be handling statewide. tomorrow marks six months since the campfire broke out. tomorrow afternoon, frank will lead coverage from paradise, that is tomorrow afternoon here on ktvu fox 2 news . san francisco critics are
protesting against resolution to name trial towns new central subway station after the late rose pack, she would be an advocate for chinatown, she was a polarizing figure. >> we have put together all kinds of political deals which are not in the best interest of san francisco's. >> the supervisor is leading the push to name the subway station after rose, right now it is due to be called the chinatown station. congress will spend more money on downtown before the
housing project, the city has agreed to spend 5 1/2 million dollars on the five-story complex near the bart station. it includes retail space on the ground level with 44 apartment above, there have been concerns that that wasn't enough housing. tonight come the councils will pay for an additional 18 apartment. the san jose sharks are coming back to san jose for a decisive game, seven against the colorado avalanche in the playoffs. the sharks had a chance to close out the series last night in denver, late in the third, the game was tied at three apiece. nearly in overtime, gabriel fired a shot, it got past martin jones right there. colorado won, 4-3, day seven is tomorrow night. in the nba, the western conference semifinal series between the warriors and houston rockets is heading back to oakland, it is tied at two games the people's -- apiece. steph curry had 30 points, eight assists, houston was leading by nine, but the
warriors scored the next seven points, it was capped by a three-pointer to make it a two- point game. at 19 seconds left, james harden made it a three-point game with 11 seconds left, the warriors had two chances to tie the game in the final seconds. >> they are going to leave him wide open. here he comes. for the thai, no. the rockets held on, they won 112-108. game five tomorrow night at oracle arena. three bay area winners for the james beard award, two received the award for their alcohol services, the outstanding wine program was
won by benu. the best bar program award went to bar agricole. and, the mexican restaurant was given one of the four awards handed out for overall design. the james beard awards are special. >> sal is watching the commute. how is it looking out there?>> it is getting busier, let's take a look at this commute on the richmond bridge approaching, this has been pretty slow, it is backed up from harbor all the way across to the plates, which are almost on the other side of the bridge here. you can see traffic is very slow. highway 4 has been very slow to bay pointe all the way out to concord.
and 682 over 224, 80 westbound, 35 minute delay. and at the bay bridge, we have a regular delay of about 25 to 30 minutes. we haven't had a lot of major problems, definitely a tight commute. let's bring in rosemary with today's weather. you can see, we have a lot of gray out there as well. mostly cloudy at this hour, a little bit of fog, a little bit of patchy drizzle. here is a look at the satellite view, you will notice the system that brought us the drizzle, now off to the east, and that is right over areas of arizona, but the wraparound moisture still continues. for the sierra, there is a slight possibility that scattered showers will continue as well. picking up on a lightning strike. if you look closely over the tahoe, reno area. for us, the offshore will stay
with us. a warmer day, partly cloudy skies. we could see some sunshine by the afternoon, although it'll be a slow clearing day. here's a look at the temperatures right now, 55 in castro valley, 55 in livermore, and 56 in san jose. the delta reporting 15 to 20 miles per hour, so a bit of a breeze but not bad at all. highs for today, 70 in oakland, 77, about five or 10 degrees warmer than we were yesterday. that notable jump is coming our way, 75 expected for san jose, a beautiful day for you there. 70 is the afternoon high for areas over oakland, but when you get into the evening, the
temperatures will call back. if you are going to the game tonight, bring a jacket. partly cloudy skies. here's a look at the extended forecast, upper 70s in the forecast, for tomorrow, nearing 80 degrees by thursday. low 80s in the forecast thursday and friday. the last two business days of the week looking to be the warmest. low 80s in, and for mother's day weekend, we cool it down a bit where temperatures will fall back into the 70s. upper 60s around the bay, upper 50s at the coast. thank you. banning facial recognition technology, the city is considering such a band, and the potential impact it would have. new information on one of the victims of a deadly russian airplane crash, what we now know about the american who died on board.
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this morning, two journalists who were being held as prisoners have been set free, the journalists were behind bars for nearly a year and a half for reporting on mass killings. they have been sentenced to 7 years in prison for possessing official documents. the two were released today under a presidential pardon that freed more than 6500 prisoners. we now know the identity of an american man who was killed among the one people when the russian jetliner burst into flames during an emergency landing in moscow. 22-year-old, jeremy brooks was a recent college graduate from san jose, new mexico, he was going on to be a fishing guide.
while landing, the plane skidded down the tarmac, its tail engulfed in flames before coming to a stop. presidential jetliner crashed into new mexico, it was heading for mexico but never arrived. local media reporting that the passengers were returning to mexico from a weekend trip to las vegas. the cause of the crash is under investigation. this morning, china says it's top trade negotiator will go to washington dc this week as scheduled for trade talks. this is despite president trump's threat to add more tariffs on chinese goods. there have been concerns that chinese vice premier would cancel or send a lower official in its place to show frustration with president trump's surprise threat. china's willingness to continue the trade talks is an indication that the chinese
government wants to end the trade dispute. >> the president is a issuing a warning here. the tariffs have been extremely useful in negotiating, we believe china needs to deal more than we do. >> it is a dangerous game, it doesn't mean it is a game that should be engaged in. >> the chinese delegation will be in washington on thursday and friday before the 11th round of trade talks. at the moment, the new round of tariffs announced by president trump's is scheduled to take effect on midnight on thursday. celebrating the birth of the new royal baby, we could show you how one hospital is marking the celebration. itreat them all as if, they are hot and energized. stay away from any downed wire, call 911 and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out
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from ktvu fox 2 news , this is mornings on 2. >> the sounds of nature are coming through your television set. take a look. nesting at uc berkeley campus, the mother is, i guess, hunting out for food. it is a nice look at the beginning of life, new life is always to be celebrated. >> i know that song, you've got a friend in me. that is randy newman, that is right. >> they are cute, let's leave them where they are.>> we will say good morning to you, thank
you for joining us tuesday, may 7. >> let's help get you out the door, wherever you are going today, we have slightly warmer temperatures to talk about.>> coming a little bit later today, outside right now still a little bit cool, cloudy skies. here is a look at sfo, for the low clouds and the fog you can see hanging overhead, that tends to create a delay, at least for some arriving flights. something to be aware of if you are going to be flying in or out of sfo today, you might want to check your flight. low 50s in santa rosa, 50s in oakland, and san jose at 56. temperatures will rebound as they get into the next hour or two. from all this cloud cover, as you can see from the satellite view, it is just barely moving. it could be a late burn off, we
are talking closer to the 11:00 hour, but by lunchtime, some blue skies overhead, and it should feel fairly nice out there. napa, a norse breeze around five. the onshore breeze through oakland, concord is light. fairfield reporting 15 miles per hour. here is a look at what is happening from yesterday into today, a comparison for you to see just how much warmer we are going to be for today. santa rosa, 61, today, going up to 76. you are going to notice that, 15 degrees warmer. concord, 10 degrees warmer today, and areas over san jose, 75 the afternoon high expected. a quick look around the bay area , into the south bay, 70s around morgan hill. temperatures looking to climb as we get into the days ahead, your extended forecast into your mother's day weekend is coming up in just a little bit, it is 7:31. let's check on the highways.
we are going to start and san jose, northbound 101 near first street, just past the airport, there is a crash. watching 101 down the road, you can see the brake lights beginning to form here, this is 101, so the traffic is beginning to get very crowded. you might want to think about using 280 if you are going a short distance into the west valley. here is the map, you can see how slow it is, the traffic is going to be very slow, the crash, you can see right there. it is even slow after the crash, getting up to 237. you look at the east bay commute, the traffic is going to be busy, southbound 680 out of dublin, around walnut creek, san mateo bridge is also busy. we haven't seen any major problems, just a minor fender bender's. when you get to the bay bridge, it is backed up for a 30 minute delay before you make it onto the stand. paying for things without
cash, the popularity of that is growing, but in san francisco, some leaders don't like cashless stores. christian is in san francisco, he is going to tell us what supervisors are going to be doing about this later today. good morning. mac good morning, we are here at the amazon go store in san francisco, this is one of those stores where you can simply walk in, you scan the app with your phone, and you can pick whatever you like off of the shelves, you can see there are a lot of stuff on the shelves. you simply walk out without ever having to open up your wallet. now, the board of supervisors is going to require brick-and- mortar's businesses to take cash as well. supervisors are set to vote on the measure today, almost all of them have already come out in support of the idea. catch this businesses started popping up around town. supervisors worry that those with cash were being excluded, specifically citing the city's homeless population which does
not have access to banking. opponents cite stories thing people of color are less likely to have access to banking and also privacy concerns for those who don't want to leave a digital trail for where they have been and what they have bought. they would join philadelphia and new jersey, which have similar bands already in place, it would not include ridesharing services and food trucks which they simply cannot handle cash. the board of supervisors will still have the cashless option, so you can still walk in to these places and scan in and scan out. my guess is they will come up with something for a cashless option as well. we hope to have that little bit later for you this morning. ktvu fox 2 news. san francisco city leaders are moving forward with the
proposal to ban facial recognition software. they are coming the surveillance policy ordinance, it'll help fight crime and identify criminals. but opponents say, it comes at a price. say, many people of color are misidentified because of their darker skin tones.>> the test where we scanned the faces of congress against a mug shot database last year showed that amazon facial recognition products had some serious flaws, that is misidentifying people as being arrested when they actually haven't been. >> the proposal passed a committee yesterday, a final vote is to be held may 14, san francisco would be the first city in the country to ban the technology, and oakland is considering a similar ban. happening today, the debate about lowering the voting age to 16, by the monterey county board of supervisors. the lower voting age would apply to school board elections
and local ballot measures. the county cannot allow people under the age of 18 to vote in any other elections unless the state officially lowers the voting age. happening now, the chp is out in full force making sure the roads are safe for everyone with an increased focus on safety for motorcyclists. motorcycle crashes continue to be a major concern. in 2017, there were 114 motorcycle crashes, two of them were deadly. state leaders are expected to pay tribute today to chp officers killed in the line of duty, a ceremony is taking place this morning at the chp memorial in west sacramento. just yesterday, the names of 10 law-enforcement officers were added to the california peace officers memorial in sacramento. the names include an officer who was shot and killed on christmas, he left behind an infant son and wife.
this officer tried to stop a gunman that killed 11 people inside a bar at thousand oaks. >> they are heroes. truly, it is those who enforce our laws that make us the home of the brave. >> all 10 officers were memorialized with a plaque, they joined more than 1500 california law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty. a federal judge blocked caltrans from blocking the highway, they want to make it easier for extra-large trucks. that growth includes ancient redwood trees, they stand more than 300 feet tall. this is the
third time they have tried to win approval for the road project think of the work would cause no significant impact, but the judge says, the state still has no plan to protect those trees and never gave any thought to the extra noise caused by bigger trucks. coming up, r kelly is back in court today for a sex abuse case, details on the issues that'll be discussed including the attorney who was indicted on extortion charges. we have to do better for you. >> it was a packed town hall meeting last night in san francisco, we will tell you about the big issues london breed and william scott want to fix. good morning, we see that traffic is going to be busy, if you are driving on many of these commutes, including the south bay. i have a couple issues on this area freeway, we will tell you why, coming up. a warming trend is underway today, overcast skies, i will tell you what you can expect
london breed is putting it special focus on the tenderloin district. she brought along several city department heads to help respond to the threat, she didn't have all the answers but she knew where to get them. the mayor says she knows that some of the biggest problems facing the tenderloin are homelessness, human waste, and drug activity.>> we can't allow the rapid drug fails to continue in the way that they have come even when i was growing up, you could go down to the tenderloin to sell drugs, that should not be
normal. >> she is focused on the tenderloin because she wants people focused that they have a voice in city hall. we are hearing from government officials and community members in san lorenzo after a complaint about two lunar new year postcards sent out by an alameda fire crew. many are upset about the cards that came from fire station 22 in san lorenzo. the cards, they say, portray asians in a negative way and they want to have a better image of their community.>> it depicts the firefighters wearing asian ethnic clothing, and they are humiliating agents, while acting out racial stereotypes, and that is shocking to our community. >> the racially offensive card from alameda fire station shows that the county had hard work in front of it.>> the fire
chief sent a statement to ktvu fox 2 news saying the matter is under investigation, there is no word yet on whether the people that are responsible for the card have been suspended or if they are still working. president trump's moved to award tiger woods with the metal of reason, it comes after his comeback from winning his fifth match last month. >> i have battled, i try to hang in there and i tried to come back and play the great game of golf again. and, the amazing masters experience, i just had a few weeks ago, certainly is the highlight of what i've accomplished so far in my life on the golf course.>> tiger woods is designing a golf course in dubai for the trump
organization and trump national durell in miami. 7:43, an incredible story, eight babies born at the california medical center in san francisco, they will be going home with a special souvenir. these babies, all of them were born yesterday, the very same day as the royal baby, born in england to meghan markle and prince harry. look at that face. one of the nurses who crochets hats for babies born at the hospital made golden yarn crowns for that special occasion. the new parents say, it is a great reminder of a special date in history for several families.>> it is kind of exciting to have the connection, i think he will grow up enjoying learning that. and probably a trip to london. >> there is a nurse out there working very hard to make these crowns, like i said, i think it is something we will keep
forever. >> babies are all kings and queens, one of the moms said it'll be a day she will never forget, no matter who else was born yesterday. there was an unusual game delay, it wasn't rain this time, instead, it was b's. the game was delayed almost 20 minutes after a swarm appeared over the field just before the game was about to start. fans were cleared from their seats behind home plate. during the game, sandoval made history, he hit a three run home run in the sixth inning and pitched a scoreless inning in the eighth. he is the second player ever to hit a homer, steal a base and pitch a scoreless inning in the same game. despite all of that, the giants lost this game. the first time that has happened since the year 1905. >> we are going way back.>> the south seats were in cincinnati
yesterday, so i saw it on my television. this invention, just kidding. good morning everyone. we are looking at northbound 101 in san jose again, things have been improving, we have removed that accident out of the way. things have quickly gotten better, some people have already gotten onto 280 instead, you can see i put the map up for you. the traffic is still a little bit slow, don't get me wrong. 280 is slow as well, although freeways are slow, at least we are getting some improvement, we were having problems in redwood city, that is still slow. northbound 680, there is a crash in san ramon, and traffic is backed up from 580 already in that area, we are also looking at the crowded san mateo bridge, and the crowded bay bridge, it is backed up all the way out to the maze.
it's 7:47, let's bring in rosemary. thank you, we have a great day coming our way, we are not there just yet. still with mostly cloudy skies, a little bit of a cool start. a bit of an onshore breeze, not too bad. we haven't seen much budget as of yet, but as we get into the second part of the morning and early afternoon, we will turn partly cloudy and temperatures are expected to be much warmer today. around 70 degrees at the bay, and midst mid to upper 70s. here is the satellite view showing you just how widespread the cloud cover is. it is not changing a whole lot, a little bit of fog out there but we don't have the drizzle and the scattered showers that we had yesterday, that system has since moved on. the high-pressure is going to build right behind it and we have warmer weather coming our
way. livermore has an onshore breeze at eight, ants from the south at about nine. 52 in santa rosa, 53 downtown san francisco, mid-50s and castro valley. we will slowly rebound, moving into the morning hours. we will see some warming into the afternoon. mid-70s expected in and around the north bay, 76 for santa rosa, for the inner east bay, some of the warmer spots. 66 in san francisco, 62 for pacifica. for the south bay, 75 san jose. the coliseum for the evening, going to be cool, low 60s expected, partly cloudy skies. as the a's get underway today. here is a look at the extended forecast, the warm-up begins today, and carries us all the way through the business week before we cool down in time for the weekend.
low 60s at the coast, the onshore breeze going to stick around, low 70s expected around the bay, low 80s inland, and for saturday into sunday, low to mid 70s for the inland cities. mid to upper 60s around the bay and upper 50s to low 60s along the coastline. thank you. next time you go shopping, you may be paying more for tomatoes, we will tell you why prices could be going up across the country. first, let's check in with mike and see what is coming up. coming up in the next hour, wet and windy weather could impact your mood for just about everything, especially getting out of bed and going to work, why a study says it is more about the weather them the food when you read the review. also coming up, the police are looking for a new leader after the bart general manager is announcing her own retirement, the announcement they have when it comes to safety and reliability, when we come back after the break.
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stones. and here is billy porter arriving in the silent style of an ancient egyptian. the trade wars with china still affecting wall street and ways that is weighing heavily on the economy. pam cook is in the studio with a look. >> the president is still promising to add more tariffs to chinese goods this week, and there have been concerns that would and the trade negotiations. however, china is saying, as we have been reporting, its top trade negotiator will go to washington dc this week as scheduled for those trade talks. the uncertainty over the trade talks sent stocks down when that opening bell rain this morning, technology companies particularly in the bay area rely heavily on china for revenue. now, taking you to the big board, continuing this morning,
here is a look at the dow jones, down almost 1.5%, 370 points, 26,067, the s&p 500 down 1.5% to 2887. it is now back to the low 8000, down almost 2%, 7977 for the nasdaq. two u.s. senators say that a possible $5 billion fine against facebook is not harsh enough, democratic senator and republican senator are calling on the ftc to increase the projected $5 billion fund against facebook. they call that amount a bargain for companies that made 15 billion in last quarter, facebook is negotiate with regulators on it's fine for privacy violations. the man behind the woodstock 50 event, is blaming the investment company he was working with for allegedly sabotaging the music festival scheduled for august.
he is producing woodstock 50 and tells rolling stone magazine, the company blocked ticket sales last month, began interfering with the talent lineup, then announced it was canceling the concert. we also here he accuses the company of taking $17 million from the festival bank account. following all these problems, he has received a lot of support for woodstock and vows to continue with plans for the festival. the cost of tomatoes could almost double by the end of the month, that is because starting today, a 17% tariff will be added to all tomatoes imported to the united states. the u.s. commerce department failed to reach an agreement with mexico on tomato imports, commerce secretary, wilber ross says the u.s. is withdrawing to protect americans from unfair trade practices. researchers with the university of arizona say we can expect prices up by 70% for tomatoes at some
grocery stores in the next few weeks. >> really? i bought tomatoes yesterday. >> stock up now. thank you. bay area thieves steal credit cards, then they spend more than $4000, we will tell you where this happened and who the police are searching for now. and vallejo police released a new video of a deadly officer involved shooting, what this video now tells us about the shooting. good morning, we do see that traffic is going to be busy, if you are driving out there, it is getting a little slower on some commutes and improving on others, we will sort it out for you coming up. outside, still mostly cloudy on the bay area, we will turn partly cloudy by the second part of the morning and into the early afternoon. temperatures soaring 5 to 10 degrees above yesterday's high. i will tell you what you can expect coming up.
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biologists with the marine mammal center just arrived at ocean beach, they are doing an autopsy on this dead whale that washed ashore yesterday morning, i will have a report coming up. it is a problem plaguing many streets and i was across the bay area but many would say especially in oakland, how much money the city wants to spend on fixing damaged roads. families are speaking out in court, the reason we will never hear from one key witness during the trial. from ktvu fox 2 news , this is mornings on 2. >> good morning everyone, welcome back.>> rosemary is in for steve, it is a little bit warmer than it was this time
yesterday. >> temperatures will continue to climb, by the afternoon, we will see sunshine as well. by lunchtime, we should have some blue skies and temperatures will be notably warmer for the afternoon today. right now, still in the low to mid to upper 50s around the bay area, oakland is one of the warmer spots, 57. looking at the view of sfo with the clouds and fog in place. 52 santa rosa, 55 in livermore and san jose at 56. the satellite is showing you just how widespread it is, northbay, east bay, south bay, along the coastline of course. as we move through the second part of the morning, it'll begin to break up. the wind is generally light, about 5 to 10 miles per hour in concord, and fairfield reporting 15. low 60s, the afternoon high in
santa rosa yesterday, today going up to 76, you will notice outside your door, san francisco, 66. san jose is going up to 75, yesterday you hit 69. low 60s at the coast with an onshore breeze, low 70s around the bay. mid to upper 70s and the warmer locations and the trend continues, i will have what you can expect in the extended forecast in just a bit. let's check the highways. right now, we do have slow traffic that is still lingering on interstate 80, which is one of the busiest freeways of course in the bay area. it is not the worst i've seen but definitely slow. you have to add another 25 minutes here at the bay bridge toll plaza. there is a problem in san ramon, an unusual slowdown because of a crash, look how slow the traffic is. this will take you by surprise if you are driving there, please give yourself extra time . going the other way, it is a
little bit slow, but not as bad. you can see the deeper red is when it is very slow, as we look at highway 4, it is still slow from pittsburgh over to concord. right now, biologist from the marine mammal center are examining a dead whale that washed up at ocean beach in san francisco. alyssa harrington joins us this morning from the beach, any word from these biologists about why we are seeing more dead whales on bay area beaches this year? >> reporter: they say that a lot of the migrating whales have poor body condition, without knowing exactly what killed this well, the biologist i spoke with told me this whale also has a very poor body condition, so they are going to look at if malnutrition was the reason, maybe this whale was hit by a ship, there are all sorts of things that could lead to the staff. there is a large group of people watching. i want to tell you, it is pretty graphic, they are literally cutting up the whale, some people brought their children out, they say it is
science and they want them to see this up close. what we know is that this whale washed ashore yesterday morning on ocean beach, we are right by the murky windmill on lincoln way. they have about a five hour timeframe because the tide will not come in until a little bit later, they are going to again, cut this whale up, do some tests, try to determine the cause of death. eight other whales have been found dead since march. half of those died from malnutrition, three were hit by ships. biologists have said they have noticed gray whales in particular, in poor body condition during this year's migration, they also say because of a lack of food source, a lot of whales are coming to the san francisco bay area when they would typically travel all the way up to alaska. so, that is another reason why people might be seeing more of them in the area this year. they are committed to finding long-term environmental solutions to prevent further deaths. we had a chance to speak with one of the biologists this morning.>> they are born in
mexico, they migrate to alaska, the bering sea, for the summertime, that is where they feed. they migrate back to mexico. during the migration, they don't feed, all of the feeding is in the upper half of the arctic. half of the summer, these whales were not getting enough food in the arctic. >> reporter: they say they don't know why they are not getting enough food, they are trying to look into that, there is a lot to do, and biologist tell me, they are concerned about the number of whales they have been seeing this year because not only are they wondering why there are so many dead whales washing up, but it is also exhausting to come out here and do this work. in just the past two months, this is the ninth animal autopsy they are doing, you can see it is a lot of work, very taxing. i should tell you that the smell is also extremely strong,
a lot of people had handkerchiefs over their mouths. the biologists say at this point, they are used to it. that is how often they have been doing it. a lot of folks say they were initially excited to come out here and see a whale up close, but once they saw it on the beach, it made them incredibly sad and it made them want answers. ktvu fox 2 news . happening today, libby schaaf will lay out her city spending plan for the coming months . allie is at oakland city hall where the city council is going to hear what the mayor wants to prioritize. >> reporter: among those priorities, citizens want money for affordable housing, more money and more investment in addressing the homeless problem here in the city, they also want to increase spending on road repair, fixing potholes has become an issue for some of the residence, they have taken matters into their own hands. they have been called the pothole vigilantes. first, here is a look at the budget the mayor is going to be
presenting. $3.2 billion in total for the next 2 years. here is a look at what it includes, about 21 million to fund programs to address homelessness, including adding some additional shed communities, 30 million in affordable housing programs and 110 million in infrastructure projects, including fixing some of those potholes. some residents are waiting for the potholes to be repaired by city workers, they are taking matters into their own hands, we interviewed two anonymous residents who called themselves pothole vigilantes, they have been fund raising money to pay for the material and they learned how to repair the potholes by watching youtube videos.>> it is the same material that oakland uses. for some reason, we don't see it on the streets. >> it is miserable. it is only amount of time before your tires blowout.
>> the police department budget would remain flat compared to the last few years, but one of the departments i would see a boost is the fire prevention bureau. they would nearly double in their budget. and also manage vegetation to prevent wildfires. there is about 75 million to support open unified school districts. the city department that would suffer the most is the parks and recreation department, their budget would remain frozen and about eight positions would go unfilled. the mayor will formally present this budget proposal to the city council later on today, the details between the council and the mayor would have to be hammered out over the next month and a half because the final budget would have to be agreed on by june 30, the next fiscal year starts july 1. ktvu fox 2 news. the trial continues in oakland, prosecutors told the court that one of their witnesses, an electrician who called the ghost ship warehouse a deathtrap died sunday in an
accident, and it will now likely be read into record. yesterday, jury heard from the first witness in the case. she showed the last text message she received from her daughter, it said, i'm going to die now. >> she was lovely, she was a musician, she was an artist, she helped everybody. >> defense attorneys did not cross-examine her, the second witness was a cosigner of the warehouse lease, he wanted to get out of the lease because of changes they wanted to make at the building that were not allowed. henry lee will be back in the courtroom today, you will find his reports on www.ktvu.com and on twitter. there is a memorial concert for a formal student who was killed in los angeles. he was a student when he was shot in march.
tonight's concert is set for 7:00 at the east bay campus in hayward. new video just released by vallejo police shows a deadly shooting of 32-year-old, ronell foster. the video shows a brief interaction between foster and the officer who chased foster behind the building. you can see the struggle until the officer shoots foster as he is getting out. a month later, the family filed a lawsuit. the officer was involved in another deadly shooting this year. he was among officers who shot and killed willie mccoy. in san francisco, people are speaking out against a resolution to name the chinatown subway station by the late rose pack. protesters who stood on the
steps of city hall urged the board of supervisors to oppose the resolution, they say rose pak was a polarizing figure.>> rose pak put together all kinds of political deals that were not in the best interest of san francisco. >> the supervisor is behind a push to name the subway station after rose pak , the station is set to be called the chinatown station. petaluma police are hoping you can identify two people who used stolen credit cards. the cards were used at target stores. these images were captured on surveillance video at the two target stores. police say the credit cards
were stolen from the victim's wallet which they left in their car. the thief spent more than $4000 at the stores, anybody who recognizes them is urged to call petaluma police. today is the first day on the job for san francisco's new fire chief.>> ladies and gentlemen, let's welcome janine nicholson. >> she was sworn in at city hall yesterday, nicholson is a 25 year veteran at the department, and the city second female fire chief, she follows his wife that put 30 years on the job. >> we fight fires in our own way and we do a darn good job of it. >> nicholson is a breast cancer survivor, she has since become an advocate to prevent cancer among firefighters. after that record-setting rain we saw over the winter here in california, wildfire season is right around the corner, we will tell you what california fire is doing to prevent high risk areas to prevent a fire from breaking
opportunity to live, grow, learn, and prosper in our great state.>> he just signed a bill that bans abortion once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, that can be as early as six weeks before many women even know they are pregnant. it likely sets up a lengthy legal battle. r kelly is back in court today for a sex abuse case, it is unclear what issues are being discussed but one matter involves attorney, michael avenatti. he was indicted on embezzlement and extortion charges in los angeles. his attorney has filed a motion asking the judge to order that all messages between michael avenatti and the prosecutors handling the case be preserved as possible evidence. two reuters journalists who were being held as prisoners in myanmar were set free.
they have been sentenced to 7 years in prison for possessing official documents, they were released today under a presidential pardon that freed more than 6500 passengers. we know the identity of the american man who was among 41 people killed when a russian jetliner burst into flames during an emergency landing in moscow. jeremy brooks was a recent college graduate from new mexico, he was on his way to be a fishing guide in northwest russia. the pilot of the jet airliner's sake jet was hit by lightning soon after the plane skidded down the tarmac with its tail engulfed in flames. china says, its top trade negotiator will go to washington dc this week is scheduled for trade will talks. there had been concerns that the chinese vice premier would cancel or send another official in his place in response to president trump's threat, some economists say china's knowingness is an indication that the chinese government wants to end the trade
dispute.>> the president is issuing a warning here. the presidents tariffs have been extremely useful in negotiating. we believe china needs to deal more than we do. >> it is a dangerous game, it doesn't mean it isn't a game that shouldn't be engaged in. >> the chinese delegation is scheduled to be in washington on thursday and friday for the trade talks at the moment, the new round of tariffs announced by president trump's are scheduled to kick in midnight thursday. california is getting ready for what is expected to be a tough wildfire season. california and state a person emergency systems are preparing this week. right now, they are clearing vegetation. fire experts want residents to prepare an evacuation plan.>> heart of this responsibility is not just a government responsibility, it is an
individual responsibility, so it is important to learn about the threats in your area. what kind of a fire zone do you live in?>> and east bay hills, creating a firebreak is one of many high-priority projects crews are handling statewide. tomorrow is going to market six months since the camp fire broke out in butte county. tomorrow afternoon, frank sommerville will lead the coverage from paradise, that is tomorrow afternoon starting with ktvu fox 2 news. let's get back to that tuesday morning commute. >> good morning to you both, there was a stalled train at 22nd, it sounds like they may have moved it but the trains are delayed, they were doing shuttles. if you take that inbound, you will be delayed. let's go to the east shore freeway and talk about 80 westbound, about a 40 minute drive to the macarthur maze, when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, add 25, of course northbound 680, this commute has really gone, then really
poor. this might take you about , with very slow traffic. then we look at the san jose northbound 101, it is improving a little bit. let's bring in rosemary. a mostly cloudy start, and those clouds are locked in, we are not seeing much of a change just yet, as we get into the early afternoon, we will break away to partly cloudy, mostly clear skies and temperatures begin to warm for the afternoon today. very similar to yesterday with the clouds in place, 50s across the region, and a little bit of fog out there as well. we don't have the scattered showers that we had yesterday, the system that provided us with that is well over into areas of arizona. we have this wraparound moisture going on, little bit of thunder reported over the sierra this morning. and south of lake tahoe, they
will have a chance of scattered showers today. the wind is fairly light, southwest livermore, seven miles per hour. not going to lose the onshore breeze completely, that will remain in the low 60s into the afternoon for the coastline. for the rest, a nice notable jump coming our way, 53 in downtown san francisco. mostly cloudy skies, we will to partly cloudy into the afternoon with low 60s expected at the coast, and low 70s around the bay, mid to upper 70s expected for the inland cities. 72 for vallejo this afternoon, 70 in berkeley. low 60s pacifica. going the other direction, mild to warm, upper 70s for brentwood, livermore, south bay san jose, 75 for you as well as slightly warmer for tomorrow. and the warmer temperatures we
are expecting to see for the week, low 60s along the coastline, low 70s around the bay. low 80s for the inland cities, if you're contemplating mother's day weekend, expect a little bit of a cooldown, the temperatures will drop back into the low to mid 70s for the inland cities. we will have upper 60s for the bay, partly cloudy along the coastline. mike? just a reminder, to download our ktvu fox 2 news weather app for your smart phone or tablet, we have hourly updates and the seven day forecast is also an easy feature to upload. it is free to download. a gloomy and rainy day can affect your mood and your daily activities, but coming up, we will explain how it can even change the way you feel about certain restaurants that might cause you to leave a moody review. after the break, move over irish coffee, the new drink that will be on the shelves later this month.
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a new report out this morning finds more prescription drugs are being stolen, but you may be surprised who is getting some of the blame. according to the data, more than 47 million doses of legally prescribed opioids were stolen, that is an increase of 126% from the year before. 67% of the time, doctors and nurses are responsible. about a third of the incidents
took at hospitals and medical centers, the most common drug stolen, oxycodone, hydrocodone and fentanyl. a new alcoholic tea is shaking things up. they have two types, flavors include jasmine and earl grey. it contains about the same amount of alcohol as a glass of beer, they are not fully caffeine free. they are expected to debut in parts of the northeast later this month and they will eventually roll out to the west coast. just in time for mother's day, we are learning a lot of young adults in the bay area are moving back home to live with mom. more than 22% of millennials are living with their mothers, that is the highest percentage since the turn-of-the-century. millennials are those between 23 and 37 years old, researchers blame the situation on the high cost of housing. not sure what to get your mom for mother's day? it turns out, she might want to go out for brunch.
trip advisor surveyed over 7900 people and found mothers are often left wanting more on mother's day, about 70% of family members believe they take care of mom on mother's day but only 46% of moms agree. mom's top choice for dining, going out to brunch, but only 16% of moms said that actually happened last year. second best is to cook your mother a homemade meal. a downpour can wash out your mood, this is according to researchers at ohio state university. the study was done by looking at comment cards in florida, researchers looked at the weather from that day. rain and higher temperatures were associated with poor reviews. in another part of the study, when the weather was pleasant, the moods were happier in the number of positive reviews increased. banning facial recognition technology, the first city considering that right now, and the potential impact it could have.
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my car, it has been about five months. i feel like i can't because it would be a waste. a waste of money. >> no excuses, get out there and wash that car. we have some better weather coming our way, if you like it sunnier and warmer, that is exactly what we are seeing as we get into tuesday. the clouds out there this morning, still some patchy drizzle, nothing like what we experienced yesterday. we had a few one hundredths reported in livermore, san jose, and that week system is moving out, high pressure is moving in. we do have mostly cloudy skies out there right now, as a backup just a little bit, i will show you the system that provided us with that cooler weather over the weekend and eventually somewhat weather yesterday morning. it is moving out, we will see temperatures rise as we get into the next several days, back into the low 80s for some of the inland cities eventually. right now, the wind is generally light, we do have an
onshore breeze that will stay with us, and that means amateurs are expected to remain in the low 60s, at least areas like pacifica and half moon bay. 53 degrees in downtown san francisco, mid 50s expected in areas over livermore. mostly cloudy this morning, turning partly cloudy for the afternoon and temperatures expected to warm about 5 to 10 degrees over yesterday's highs. let's take a look at some of these numbers, 74 the afternoon high in napa today. closer to the water, low 70s, berkeley, oakland, 76 in san francisco and shifting south, a nice day coming your way. 76 expected in morgan hill. i will look at the extended forecast all the way into mother's day weekend coming up. we still need to check the highways this morning. they look all right, some freeways are getting better now that we are getting closer to 9:00 and others are not. let's go to the golden gate bridge where the traffic has been doing very well. getting out past southern marin
to the golden gate bridge. foggy, but not really having an effect on traffic, as you can see. the richmond bridge has been slow, all the way back from harbor in traffic on nearby 80 is slow. highway 4 is still very slow, these commutes don't look like they are improving rapidly as we look at some of these commutes here, the bay bridge toll plaza is backed up all the way out to the macarthur mason, i just want to remind you, if you are driving up to san ramon, it is very slow because of an earlier issue. paying without cash is becoming more popular, but san francisco leaders are looking to ban cashless stores. we are in san francisco this morning to talk about what supervisors could be voting on later today. >> reporter: the doors open at the amazon go store in san
francisco, this is one of those stores where you can walk in, you can go ahead and scan your app and you can see that there are customers shopping. what you wind up doing, you get what you need, you just walk out without having to play pool your wallet out. they are looking at legislation that would require brick-and- mortar stores like this to take cash as well. the board of supervisors is set to vote on a measure today, almost all of them have come out in support of the idea. cashless businesses started popping up around town, and their convenience mean the popular too many but some supervisors are worried that those with cash would be excluded. opponents to cashless stores site study saying people of color are less likely to have access to banking and also cited privacy concerns for those who don't want to leave a digital trail of where they have been and what they have bought. the stores are still likely to use cashless lanes but would have to add a cashless option,
something the store would have to accommodate.>> i think they would need it to keep moving quickly so people would not be congregated at the cash register . >> if the city does implement the cashless only band, it'll join philadelphia and new jersey which has similar bands in place, it would not include ridesharing services or food trucks which say they cannot simply handle cash. one final note, we just spoke with a gentleman off-camera who told us he is a panhandler, he said that being able to access a store like this with cash is important to him because he says if he doesn't have a credit card, he is effectively boxed out from shopping at places like this. we will continue to follow up on this story and tried to get into contact with supervisors to find out what they are planning on voting on later on today.
in the city, san francisco leaders are moving forward with the proposal to ban the use of visual recognition software, but the san francisco board of supervisors is proposing a bill dubbed the surveillance technology policy ordinance. it'll help fight crime and identify criminals and opponents say it comes at a price, think too many people of color are often misidentified because of the darker skin tones. the proposal passed through a committee yesterday, a final vote is set to be held may 14. democratic senator and republican senator, josh hawley are calling on the ftc to increase what is said to be a $5 billion fine against facebook, they call that amount a bargain for the company that made $15 million last quarter. facebook is currently negotiating with regulators on it's fine for privacy. the cost of tomatoes could almost double by the end of the month, starting today, a 17%
tariff will be added to all tomatoes imported to the united states. the u.s. commerce department failed to reach an agreement with mexico on tomato imports. commerce secretary, wilbur ross says the u.s. is withdrawing to protect the american tomato growers from unfair trade practices. researchers with the university of arizona so you can expect to pay up to 70% more for tomatoes are grocery stores in the coming weeks. now that the treasury secretary has officially said the trump administration will not be turning over the president's tax returns, a legal battle is expected. he told the committee chair at the request for mr. trump's concerns, "lacks a legitimate legislative purpose." democrats have two options, either subpoena the irs or file a lawsuit during the presidential campaign. he promised voters he would release his tax returns after the irs finishes the audit. the department justice is meeting for one final round of
negotiations before a vote is scheduled for tomorrow to hold william barr in contempt of congress. this is after he missed two deadlines to hand over an unredacted version of the russian report. >> we are hearing from officials and community members in san lorenzo after the complaint of two lunar new year postcards were sent out by a fire crew. many people are angry about these cards that they say came from fire station 22 in san lorenzo, they say it portrays asians in a negative way.>> it depicts firefighters wearing asian ethnic clothing, and it is humiliating to asians. while acting out racial stereotypes, that is shocking to our community. >> the racially offensive card from the alameda fire station shows that the county had hard work in front of it.>> the fire chief sent us a statement
saying the matter is under investigation, there is no information on whether the people responsible for the cards have been suspended or still on the job. california governor and other state leaders are expected to pay tribute today to officers killed in the line of duty. his ceremony will take place later this morning in west sacramento. just yesterday, the names were added to the california peace officers memorial in sacramento. the names include a man that left behind an infant son and wife. they are heroes. it is in our laws that make us the land of the free, but truly, it is those who enforce our laws, that make us the home of the brave.
>> all 10 officers were memorialized with a bronze plaque, more than 1500 officers have died in the line of duty. there is going to be an increased focus for safety for motorcycles. the chp was out in full force, making sure the roads are safe for everyone. motorcycle involved crashes in california continue to be a major concern. in 2017, in custer county alone, there were 114 motorcycle crashes. the sharks had a chance to close out the series last night in denver, late in the third, mark tied the game at three apiece, then early in overtime, gabriel fired a shot past martin jones, colorado won, 4-3. game seven is tomorrow night. the western conference semifinal series between the warriors and the rockets is headed back to oakland, tied at two games apiece. he put up 30 points, and clay
thompson struggled. the warriors scored the next seven points, it was kept by curry. they had two chances to tie it in the final second. >> they are doing whatever it takes to win, and not that they are doing anything dirty, but they are doing whatever it takes to win and we are just going along with it, and they are slamming us. we have to change our mindset, i think if we change our mindset, then we will be just fine. but, we haven't. >> both durrant and curry missed threes in the final second to tie the game. meantime, the western conference finals, we may see the return of the marcus cousins. he wants to play again this
season, the warriors said cousins was likely out for the remainder of the playoffs. the popular new trend hitting the streets, why more people are setting up makeshift offices curbside. and, this caught on camera, and the way it and it is not what you would expect for censuses go -- san francisco bay. the san mateo bridge looks like there is some activity here, flowing traffic, we will tell you more about this coming up. the clouds are slowly clearing across the bay area, we will check in on the very latest with the current conditions and what you can expect for the afternoon coming up in this forecast.
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welcome back, skye fox over san francisco bay. a video of a sea lion feeding on what appears to be a small shark. the marine mammal center says they often feed on smaller sharks. red naked frogs are thriving again at yosemite national park. they found clusters of the frogs eggs this spring, proving that they are breeding since they were reintroduced years ago. this piece is what made famous,
they were on the way to restore the rather good frog in other parts of california. some of these commutes are not getting better. unfortunately. this is highway 4, i want to show you the road sensors, still a lot of slow traffic. if you want to hang out and watch for a bit, which is the next show we have after this, this might get a little bit better, still a little bit slow on concord over to walnut creek, things are beginning to get somewhat better. the time is down from what it was a little bit ago, 36 minutes is getting better. bay bridge, instead of 30, it is 25, or maybe even 20. things are winding down. let's bring in rosemary with today's weather. still looking at a mostly cloudy sky, behind me, i have
sfo in view. this will continue to clear as we move through the second part of the morning into the early afternoon hours, we are expecting partly cloudy to mostly clear skies by the afternoon. temperatures will begin to warm as well although we have been stuck, status quo for this entire morning. 52 in santa rosa, 53 san francisco, upper 50s in oakland. the wind is generally light, the cloud cover still in place, it is going to be widespread with a slow burn off expected by the afternoon, and not only do we have more sunshine in the forecast for today, temperatures are going to be notably warmer for most. 14 mile-per-hour, onshore breeze, oakland at seven miles per hour. it has been pretty much study and status quo for the entire morning so far. it hasn't changed a lot. here is a look at a comparison from yesterday into today,
santa rosa struggling from yesterday. san francisco, 56, a notable warm-up coming our way. upper 60s in san mateo the afternoon today, low 70s for hayward, mid to upper 70s for the inner east bay, into the north bay, 74. we are looking at 76 for morgan hill. at the coliseum this evening, low 60s expected by game time, if you're going to see the a's play, take your jacket. temperatures are going to continue to warm on wednesday, the warmest day is thursday. low 80s inland, 70s around the bay, low 60s at the coast as the onshore breeze is going to stick with us for the next several days. we will cool down a bit as we can into the weekend. 60s around the bay, upper 50s to low 60s along the coastline. thank you. he led the bart police department for 2 years, now he is moving on, the safety
problems that bart is still facing as the board is trying to find a new chief and general manager. the biggest meat producer in the united states is going meatless, what tyson foods is launching this summer to meet the demands. (dad) this ice cream cake needs a freezer. (mom) freezer's full. (vo) only frigidaire's custom flex temp drawer can switch from fridge to freezer. (son) nice save! (vo) that's using your frigidaire.
online, showing off the pixel iiia option, we will be updating you throughout the day. walmart is trying to lure more pet owners, the retail giant is launching its first online pet pharmacy today, walmart pet rx will deliver medications for your animal right to your door. customers can choose from more than 300 brands and get free two-day shipping on orders costing more than $35. walmart is also adding veterinarian clinics to stores that will offer pet exams, vaccinations and treatment for minor illnesses. the newest market for cannabis is dogs and cats. it has been used by people, now some are returning to cbd in hopes it'll help their pets with other ailments. cbd does not contain thc, marketing research center, estimates, the market could grow to nearly $1.2 billion by
the year 2022. the trade war with china continues. it is particularly hard-hitting for silicon valley. >> tech companies, particularly the semiconductors rely heavily on china for revenue, of course many of them based in silicon valley, the president still promising to add more tariffs to chinese goods this week, and there have been concerns that within the trade negotiation, as we have been reporting, china is saying, its top trade negotiator will go to washington dc this week as scheduled for the trade talks. but, over the trade talks, uncertainty sent stocks down when the opening bell rang this money. trading has been underway for just about two hours now. the dow, nasdaq, and s&p 500 is down across the board. hanging on, barely, to that 26,000 level, down more than
1.5%. 431 points down. and, the nasdaq, slipping below that 8000 mark, a lot of the stocks on the nasdaq, it is down almost 2%, down to 7979. burch box is joining forces with fashion designer, female founder collective, it is a women led network supporting female owned and operated businesses. this month, beauty box will sample 24 female founded brands , and subscribers would get six personalized items with at least one product from a women led group. customers can opt for the female founded box with additional items as well. if you need a quick get together with your partners at work but you don't have the office space, pack up your desk
and laptop and phone and get your spare change out to feed the meter because parking spots are becoming the new on the go office space. in san francisco, office curbs are the dirt cheap alternative for paying for expensive real estate. it was created to reimagine how to use parking spaces. his san francisco office cost just $2.25 per hour. one of the world's biggest meat producers is going meatless. tyson foods is announcing a plant-based protein, they will roll out on a wider scale in the fall, this comes after the food processor sold beyond meet , you might remember, they went public, the stock was $46 per share, it is now $81 per share. we have in the bay area, tried the impossible burger.
i've tried it, it is really good. more and more people are demanding and looking for plant- based items. san francisco city leaders gave the tech company incentives years ago, coming up at 9:00, the proposal to consider the tax to help with the surrounding neighborhoods. and, you might be rewiring your brain if you played those popular games as a child.
might have a designated spot for the game in their brain. researchers compared brain scans between a group of experienced pokemon players and the group that never played the game, they discovered fans have a cluster of neurons that lights up when they see the characters , even years after retiring their gameboy. these findings give new insight into how the brain organizes visual information. apple might be taking over the gaming business, the tech giant released its first iphone game in over a decade, it features a familiar face, it is called warren buffett's paper wizard. users make their way from omaha and nebraska all the way to apple's home town in the south bay. it is a transformative career from a young paperboy to the third wealthiest person in the world. and, the marvel movie is getting its own shoe line, in honor of the release of the final avengers film, they are teaming up with the superhero grant, to launch a limited edition of sneakers.
it features six shoes inspired by different marvel characters, they cost about $110. eight babies born at california pacific medical center in san francisco will be going home with a special souvenir, all of them were born yesterday, the same day that the royal baby was born. one of the nurses who crochets hats for babies the hospital made crowns of gold yarn for the occasion. it is a lovely reminder of a special day in history for several families. >> it is exciting to have this connection, i think he will grow up enjoying learning that. >> and probably a trip to london. >> there is a nurse out there that have been working very hard to make these crowns, it is something we will keep forever.>> one of the mothers echoed every mother's sentiment saying the birth of her child made at the most special day, no matter who else shares the same birthday. president trump's moved to award tiger woods the presidential medal of freedom, the white house rose godin
ceremony shows after he made a comeback in his fifth masters last month. he will next play at the pga championship. police are looking for a new leader after the police chief leaves the job, the challenges bart faces when it comes to safety and reliability. nine dead whales in the bay area just this year, this morning, scientists in san francisco try to determine the cause of this latest death. san francisco leaders gave this company a tax break years ago to encourage development, why supervisors are now considering ways to help deal with the homeless process. welcome, it is tuesday, may 7, the weather is a little cloudy.