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this is mornings on 2. >> good morning, thank you for joining us, and welcome back, it is friday, may 24, i'm dave clark.>> we have steve paulson to talk about a little bit of everything for this memorial day. >> today is not bad, but sunday looks like rain. i know you are not happy because it is not hot.>> we don't want too much rain, we have to get outside and enjoy the outdoors. >> we have an onshore breeze and figure fog bank and yesterday, i will show you the outlook here, not so much today, if you're going to the mountains, yes. there will be something to storm activity. below is going to drop in for us right over the bay area, sunday morning, that is going to pick up some rain, that will continue as well. the mountains are seeing some pretty good totals. almost 2 inches of rain for truckee.
another low kicking in, another not too far away, it'll be here over saturday night into sunday. we get the onshore wind today, we had a south wind yesterday, it made for mild conditions, we have a more westerly breeze today. it'll be cooler on these temperatures today. the fog will be persistent over by the coast. it looks like a lot of cloud cover, cool temperatures, and often on rain. 50s, 60s, and 70s. sal is here, it has been pretty good so far. it is okay, we have traffic that is going to be a little bit lighter than usual on some of these commutes like the bay bridge, i would say a lot later than usual. but, some commutes are still there, i will show you the traffic is going to be a little bit slower on interstate 880 northbound, that is because of a motorcycle accident near high street.
a lot of motorcycle accidents lately, i think people are getting back on the bike, and remember to look out to motorcyclists. now, if you want to use an alternate route, 580 looks pretty good out of castro valley and san leandro. you can use international boulevard and get on the freeway. this is a look at the san mateo bridge, dunbarton ridge looking pretty good. 680 looks good. let's go back to the desk. we are following developing news from the united kingdom where british prime minister, teresa may announced she is resigning, stepping down after repeatedly failing to work out a deal on brexit, it comes 3 years after she took over as leader of the conservative party. alyssa is here with more on the reaction to this big announcement. good morning. >> reporter: reaction from europe is flowing in, many are not surprised saying that she appears to be bowing to increase pressure from her party to resign. during her speech, she said she
will always feel deep regret for being unable to deliver on brexit. >> i have done everything i can to convince them, sadly, i have not been able to do so. i tried three times. i believe it was right, even when the odds were against me, but it is clear to me, it is in the best interest of the country for a new prime minister to lead that effort. >> teresa may has been prime minister since 2016, she was brought in after the bill to support brexit. the speech is drawing praise from fellow conservative party members, many feel it is time for her to move on.>> i think she deserves a considerable
amount of personal symmetry, but frankly, the politics has moved on. >> i think the prime minister deserves our respect and gratitude, she is a dedicated public servant, she has done everything to put this country first, i want to thank her for her service and everything she has done for our country. >> her last day will be june 7, but she will still play a role as caretaker prime minister during the search for her successor. alyssa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. this morning, abortion providers in alabama just filed a federal lawsuit, they are trying to block the nation's most toughest abortion law. the aclu banned the planned parenthood law, it would make performing an abortion at any stage a felony with the provider, with the only exception being when the woman's health is at serious risk. wikileaks founder is currently being held in london,
the uss filing new charges. under the 18 count indictment, they charged him with soliciting and publishing classified information that harmed the u.s. and its allies. his lawyer says these charges pose a threat to the journalist, but the justice marmoset that his actions were not justified. harvey weinstein has reached a settlement, the sexual misconduct lawsuits against him, he told the judge that an economic agreement in principle has been reached, more than 15 civil suits have been filed against him and his company. he will face criminal charges of rape and other sex crimes in new york, he is expected to go on trial in december. a couple is in jail this morning, they are accused of killing a woman's 73-year-old father. they found the body of benedict ching , and later, warrants were served to the victims
daughter and law son-in-law. both have been arrested. the medical examiner investigating the discovery of bones at a home in the mission district, investigators removed the bones and other evidence from the scene at 21st street near fulsome street. they have not determined if these bones are human bones. it has been nearly 25 years since jenny lynn was found stabbed to death in her home, and today, friends and family will be honoring the teenager, she has never been found. tonight, the family is hosting a memorial service at the castro valley library. there will be a candlelight walk downtown to remind the public of the unsolved case and to raise awareness of child safety. this morning, an arrest in san jose of a man accused of vandalizing the san jose veterans memorial. the 39-year-old was arrested yesterday after a street crimes
unit identified him as a suspect. earlier this month, the veterans memorial was sprayed with graffiti, causing damage estimated at $6500. groups representing california police chiefs and police officers now dropping their opposition to a bill in the state legislature that would change the definition of deadly force. that measure would let the police use deadly force only if it is necessary. that is a change from the current standard of reasonable. the bill was recently changed to say that officers would not lose their right to self- defense if they use, "objective reasonable force." police need help catching a man who started a house fire, it started yesterday morning at 11:00 at a home on north sixth street. the man was walking up to a porch, and minutes later, you see a couch burst into flames. the fryer -- fire spread to the home but the family inside was
safe.>> i heard something inside the house, so i got out of the house and got the kids out of the house.>> nobody was hurt, the man was walking down the street last night, neighbors detained him until police arrived. the family thinks he may have started that fire possibly with a lit cigarette. students at los altos high school plan to walk out of class today as a part of a worldwide effort to demand action on climate change. the students will hold a rally on their campus at 10:00 this morning, then they are going to march to the wells fargo on el camino and san antonio road in mountain view. they want congress to support the green new deal, introduced by alexandria ocasio-cortez.
striking teachers in union city will be walking picket lines again on day five of the strike. more contract talks are scheduled today between the teachers union and the new union school district. they want a 10% pay raise over 2 years. the district offered a 1% pay raise and a one-time 3% bonus, the school district says student attendance has dropped during the strike, yesterday only 12% of the 11,000 students came to class. happening today, the san jose international airport is expanding again, terminal b will get six new temporary gates, they are working on a long-term extension plan that will happen in the next 7 to 10 years. the airport hit a new record last year, more than 14 million passengers came through this year, they are expecting more than 15 million passengers, most of the gates should be open by next month. fair invaders cost bart millions of dollars per year, now they want to change the gates to try to stop them. they are using iron maiden style
gates. it has a higher air pressure, it prevents people from prying them open. there is also the idea of vertically stacked gates where one of the gates opens at waist level, the author other opens at chest level. a lot of people are planning to hit the road for the holiday weekend, aaa says almost 43 million americans would travel 50 miles or more, that is about 1 1/2 million more than last year. and many of the travelers will be driving. just in time for the holiday weekend, we will tell you who is going to be hitting the stage today and what organizers are doing to keep neighbors in the area happy. it is a first of its kind roller coaster in the west coast, and it is here at the
bay area, we are at six flags, you will get a preview of the highly anticipated batman ride. so far, so good for this preholiday commute, highway 24 looking good up to oakland. thunderstorms popped up to the east, and also to the south, what about today and changes for the weekend? yes. we will talk about when, coming up.
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the stage is set for bottle rock 2019 in napa valley, the music festival starts today and it is expected to draw more than 100,000 people to the fairgrounds, a total of six music stages will have simultaneous performance, it includes imagine dragons, neil young, for l williams, and the smaller acts such as napa valley youth symphony. >> it is bigger than any event
in the past, you are going to feel like you are up close in person. the food trucks are lined up, they will be there representing some of the star chefs, this year, they have increased the number of staff at the event, and they have tried to address neighbors concerns about noise and traffic. the toronto raptors are heading back to toronto with a lead in the nba's eastern conference finals. the raptors dug themselves out of an early 14 point hole, then got 15 points in the fourth, to send the top milwaukee bucks to the first three-game losing streak of the season. the raptors won, 105-99. game six is tomorrow night, the winner of the best answers will play the warriors in the finals. game one of the finals is next thursday. aunt, the back-to-back nba champion warriors have a lot
planned for you during the nba finals, they announced the events around the bay area, and they will have team ambassadors out. bart stations and other public transportation locations will be passing out t-shirts and other items. the warriors are encouraging you to wear your favorite gear on finals friday and warriors wednesdays. they are also warning fans about ticket scams, about 1000 fans have been denied access because they bought counterfeit tickets from non-verified vendors. the only verified marketplace for nba final tickets is through the warriors official website. game three and four will be at oracle arena on june 5 and seventh. brace yourself, a new batman roller coaster ride at six flags discovery kingdom is opening this weekend, and this very morning, right now, we are giving you a close look at one of the most technologically advanced rides in the country.
and, frank was lucky enough to be drafted and ready to go. you are ready to give this a test drive, the batman roller coaster ride. >> i was born ready, let me tell you, this is 45 seconds of fun or sheer terror, i'm not sure, mark is here with us from six flags, are you ready?>> i think so. >> it is time to have a little fun, we are going to go up 120 feet, that is 12 stories, and we flip over how many times?>> it can be up to six, up to eight, we will find out, everyone is different.>> the braking system is filled with magnets, so if you are sitting next to somebody a little bit heavier, maybe a little bit more. here we go. >> i'm proud of you, frank.>> so, frank, the roller coaster spins and rotates while going through the track?
i guess that answers my question. >> yes, it's been, allie. holly molly, does it spin! you know, they served donuts prior, i'm pretty glad i passed on that, i will get them after. that was about 45 seconds, what is unique about this thing, you don't see any track, it is either sky or ground, and i'm really glad it has the built in headrest. i'm going to give it 9.9, only because i get to do it again at 9:00. i will give the perfect 10 at 9:00.
>> so was it fun or sheer terror? >> i think it is a little bit of both. when you go up, it is pretty cool because you are going straight up. then all of a sudden, you start to spin and roll around a little bit, that is a little scary. that is your second ride, mark, what did you think? >> i like that even more than my first time. >> and like we said earlier, every ride is a little bit different, depending on the weight distribution. we get to do it again at 9:00. i recommend it highly, it opens up at 4:00 tomorrow for the public but they are going to have a special preview tonight from 3:00 in the morning for the hard-core members here, they are in for a real treat tonight. >> i'm proud of both of you, you did great, wait until you both see the video. >> it is taking off again? are you stuck on there? are you getting off? >> we are done for now.
we will check in at 9:00. >> thank you for that, frank. sal is watching the commute, what do you think?>> i would not do that ride, i don't think. anyway, good morning everyone, if you are trying to get out of town, we are watching the airports, san francisco airport doing well, the flights across the country are okay, there is only one airport in the country that has delays, that is new york. the richmond bridge is looking good. and the bay bridge is light. we have a nice ring to commute, but it is going to be busy getting out of the bay area. let's bring in steve with today's weather. hello, thank you, sir. we have some cloud cover coming off of the sierra. it'll be cooler today, but there is another one not far
away, that'll be here late saturday into sunday. thunderstorm activity popped up yesterday, as advertised. from east contra costa county down to santa clara county. far less than yesterday, although there will be some pop up showers once we get into the afternoon. probably the same for the shasta area. we had a southwind yesterday, and 50s and 60s on the temperatures. some are little bit cooler. the next system will be dropping down off of vancouver and seattle, it'll be here sunday morning. it'll start to make it move saturday night. i don't see how it is going to miss us. if it stays a little bit inland, it'll be more in the way of thunderstorm activity. i would expect a lot of cloud cover and rain. the system won't kick out of here until sunday night, then it is on its way to las vegas.
we might get another in the middle of next week. we might stay cool, 50s, 60s, and 70s on the temperatures. it'll be cooler inland, not much change saturday until late with clouds and rain sunday into monday. a trail of destruction in the state of missouri after severe weather tore through the state, it is not over yet. how people in the area are now having to deal with yet another weather-related problem. plus, infant mortality rate is up among one particular ethnic group in the east bay, we will break down the factors and the numbers coming up.
>> [music] >> people hitting the road, a classic by ray charles. thank you very much for that request. it is road songs on traffic jams, if you want to hit me up with a road song, just hit me up on social media. on facebook, instagram, or twitter. drivers who don't wear their seatbelts are more likely to drive with kids who also don't buckle up. researchers took a closer look at crashes involving young passengers, they found children were 16 times more likely to be unbuckled when an adult driver didn't have their seatbelts on, the study comes out as they are
kicking off their annual click it or ticket campaign for the memorial day weekend. there are new numbers this morning about the number of people in alameda county who experienced the trauma of losing an infant. health officials say infant mortality among black americans has been more than double the state average. allie explained some of the factors. >> reporter: according to the public health department, infant mortality among african americans is 11.8% compared to the overall rate of 7.2% in alameda county. i am told that rate has risen from 8.6% in 2013. the increase is attributed to threats related to racism and socioeconomic factors. >> if you are food insecure, if you have to choose between paying child care or your rent, there are so many factors in being a parent and being a mother. >> she says, it is time to shift
the narrative, and with the help of women like jennifer, these issues can be brought to light. >> a public conversation can definitely help change the tide , if i can help through encouragement through my stories, then i have done my job. there is a new addition that chronicles the city of san francisco, it involves more than 1200 people from the city by the bay, we will hear from them and the artist. and, people are gearing up for the holiday weekend, it is going to be busy at the airports. at san jose international airport, they are saying today is expected to be the busiest day in airport history. 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
from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2.>> good morning to you, this is a nice look at the golden gate bridge, you can see a little bit of sunshine picking through the fog on the right. always a pretty sight. if you have some weekend outdoor plans, get outside now because there are some changes coming. good morning. >> let's find out more about the weather from steve, he's right over here. >> for the sierra and the mountains, all weekend, for us, sunday. today, far less in the way of cloud cover coming off of the sierra. kathy said, i ordered a raincoat just in case i needed to dance in the rain at bottle rack on sunday. was that a red raincoat? she is showing a picture of her boots, they are red. that is probably a good idea.
it is not going to be very warm today, but late saturday, early sunday, the system is dropping in, it looks like we are going to get some rain out of it. much more towards the mountains, so keep that in mind, there could be some heavy totals coming in for the higher elevations. one low kicking up, another one on its way, but not until late saturday into sunday. far less in the way of moisture and cloud cover compared to yesterday. the fog bank is a little bit cooler, 50s, 60s, and 70s for highs. it is a quiet friday, unless something has changed. yes, occasionally we do have these quiet weekends. eastbound 24, just before pleasant hill road, there was debris in the two right lanes. you can tell that something was going on here because traffic is slowing down. it could be from the vehicle we see on the side, this is very
brief, it comes up to about here, then it goes away. that is very temporary, but it might get your attention. westbound, on the right, that looks good on the way to oakland. let's talk about the richmond bridge, it is also lighter than usual, you can see traffic is looking good. if you are driving over to marin, it looks good. 24 minutes to the macarthur maze. today is a different day, i think more people are going to be on the road heading eastbound, it is a maximum enforcement period for the entire weekend. just drive safely. this weekend is the unofficial start of the summer season, and millions of americans will be taking to the roads and the skies. gary is at san jose international airport, they are expecting to set a new record in terms of how many passengers are coming through.
>> reporter: yes, they just set the record last week, they expect to break the record today. 27,500 flyers expected to come through the airport, that is the highest total in 7 years, let's take a look at the video. once inside the terminal, there will be six temporary gates opening to handle the rush. but, they won't be finished for another 7 to 10 years, the temporary gates are going to help. we talked with a spokeswoman, and you put out a list of tips for travelers. let's go through them one by one if we can. first, you say double check your bag, unpack it and repack it before coming to the airport. i have enough trouble just packing it, you want to take everything out, why so?>> everybody should unpack your bag because you might have items
in your bag that you forgot were in there, you might have a knife in one of the zipper pockets, you might have other items that aren't allowed in carry-on luggage, and if you bring that to the checkpoint, we are going to find it and you are going to have to leave it behind. >> reporter: all right, number two, prepare for airport screening, i guess that is the type of clothing you wear. people wear boots, a lot of layered jackets and hoodies and sweatshirts, no good?>> if people would wear just light clothing, slip on shoes, avoid bulky jewelry, anything that might alarm our technology, it'll prevent you from getting a patdown. >> reporter: you also have enroll in tsa pre-check, we talked about this earlier, i have albums if i don't trust big brother with me invest information. >> it only takes you about 10 minutes, and when you fly you will be eligible for the pre- check lane, you will be able to
leave on your shoes, your jacket, your belt, maybe your laptop and other liquids for the carry-on, and you will get through the security screening process quickly. don't be worried about volunteering that information, tsa uses it only for that purpose. >> reporter: what information are you going to ask me?>> i'm only going to ask you for your name, where you live, your birthdate, you will be required to give a set of fingerprints because they will be running against the database, make sure you have no disqualifying crimes. we are looking to see if you have any criminal convictions, that might be identity theft, anything related to terrorism. so, enroll, we have eight sites in the bay area for people to enroll. >> reporter: and last, ask the tsa questions through social media. >> we have a great response rate, send in your questions, we will respond to you. >> reporter: thank you so much,
you are not only here helping us, but you are also a traveler, so safe travels for you over the weekend.>> thank you so much. >> reporter: all right, and the airports on the aren't the only places that are going to be busy, they expect more cars on the road, they expect 5.3 million californians to hit the road to go along with all the people that are traveling by air, 14.3 million air travelers, that is up about 5% here in california. and they expect to reach about 15 million travels for the year, by the end of 2019. if you are going to head out to the airport, this looks like a good time, it is not as bad as it was earlier. so, come on out and catch your flight. we are at san jose international airport.
all right, jesse gary, thank you. bart is moving ahead with plans to charge $7.75 for a one-way ticket from san francisco and san jose, a round-trip ride will cost $15.50. some people told us, that is too much for a daily commute. but others say, it is still cheaper than caltrain. the new bart station is expected to open by the end of the year. bart is planning make us work over the three day memorial day weekend, this will affect service at some east bay bart stations, bart tracks between pleasant hill and concord stations, they will be closed because of that repair work. however, a bus bridge will help people go between those two stations. the trains will be back on schedule starting tuesday. bart is expected to close that same stretch of track again the weekend of june 8 and june 9.
missouri is in the middle of a relentless storm season, drone video shows the widespread damage, and one of the tornado cut a three mile path from jefferson city north to the missouri river. the river is expected to top a levy sometime today, and flood the airport which has already been evacuated. there have been missing people in jefferson city come the storm is blamed for three deaths in southwest missouri. formers dealing with floods, it is jeopardizing their livelihood. floodwaters in some areas are not expected to recede until early july. this water is from all the heavy rain in recent months, combined with melting snow from the upper mississippi delta. about 800 square miles of farmland is underwater and some of the farmers say, they will be lucky if they are able to plant anything this year.>> we will have some insurance to get us back to where we can form
next year. >> the property owners say the flooding wouldn't be as bad if the army corps of engineers had built a pumping station, the army corps of engineers responded saying, the epa vetoed that repair puzzle -- that proposal. we are getting a first estimate of what this year's hurricane season could look like. >> it only takes one landfalling hurricane to cause great destruction to a community. we need to prepare now. >> hurricane season officially kicks off a week from tomorrow, here is what the scientists are expecting. 9 to 15 named tropical storms, 428 -- 4 to 8 becoming hurricanes. >> in total, the 2018 hurricane
season caused an estimated $50 billion in damage. a very unique mural on display now in san francisco, at the san francisco museum of modern art, it features images and voices of more than 1000 people. the french artist, jr created the chronicles of san francisco mural, it is a way to learn about the city, it is a large- scale slow-moving digital mural on display at the museum of modern art. jr interviewed every single person you see on that mural by going to neighborhoods across san francisco in a big truck that functions as a mobile studio.>> it is a mural of san francisco, from the richest to the poorest, everyone is under the same light. >> to be a part of this social landscape is really important. >> you can go there and listen
to the voices of the 1200 people you see in the mural including draymond green of the warriors. you can also listen through a free app. the mural will be there for one year it is right on the ground level of the public space of the san francisco museum of modern art. another dead whale has washed up on the bay area beach, where it was found, and we will take a look at how many dead whales have washed ashore statewide. we will find out what is causing dozens of leopard sharks to wash up on the popular beach on the east bay. good morning to you, coming up in the next hour, after years of debate, taiwan celebrates the first same-sex wedding in asia, how many couples have already registered their marriages. later on, we are going to take you back to six flags in vallejo, you so saw frank
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welcome back, it happened again, another dead whale was discovered washed ashore, this time in marin county, it was a great whale washed ashore at the national seashore, it is the 13th whale found dead in the bay area since the beginning of march. the marine mammal center scientists performed necropsies on 11 of those wheels, they died
after being hit from a ship. 36 whales have been found dead this year, that is almost 3 times the amount from last year. people are also noticing leopard sharks washing up on the beach, especially near alameda. and because of the bay current, it has been happening in san francisco bay during late spring and summer for years because of a parasite in the water.>> there is a parasite essentially, it is a little guy that swims in the water, and infects them, it gets into the brain and it makes them essentially disoriented. some years are worse than others, in 2017, thousands of
leopard sharks died, and this year could be just as bad because of the very wet winter we have had. the california apartment efficient and game is trying to solve the problem. cape cod in massachusetts is getting ready for the tourist season this memorial day weekend, but people are also very nervous because of a deadly shark attack last year, a date great white shark attacked a person, it was the first farce shark attack and 8 years. authorities are increasing their emergency response efforts for this summer, and try to make sure the locals and the tourists are safe. it is time to check in with sal on traffic because it is kind of a bit of a slow go because of the weekend. >> things are light, they are also like this morning on the
richmond bridge, look at that. definitely on this friday before memorial day, i think a lot of people are getting on the road, just remember that later today, a lot of people will be on the road, trying to get away on this very freeway, interstate 80, west and east, especially east heading out to vallejo and the sacramento area or 580 e. heading over the past. westbound bay bridge, light, if you're driving somewhere, you don't have to worry about a lot of slow traffic. i will suggest this, be very careful when you drive this weekend, chp has more officers on the road this holiday weekend. they call it maximum enforcement period. let's bring in steve. thank you, we will get to the weather in a second, but it looks like another record for may, this time in the mountains up at mammoth. with 29 inches of snow this month, it is officially our snowiest may on record. beating out may 2015. if you
didn't see the snow totals, just an incredible amount. a lot has melted, but there is still a lot out there. it includes lake tahoe. 7-day rain forecast and high elevation snow, there will be some. around 7000 feet or so, but remember, it got down to 5000 feet just a couple days ago, so it can be tricky on the snow level. there is going to be rain here sunday morning but if you are going up to shasta, or even up to tahoe, truckee , and even out to the mother load, akers field, they are going to get some rain here. it is coming right over the bay area. another one is forming up in the pacific northwest, we had a line yesterday, eastern koster called the county -- there will be some publishers
over the mountains but the amount of moisture coming off of the sierra is almost nonexistent versus yesterday when it was coming off. about 25 to 30 miles per hour wind, 50s on the temperatures, killer for some here. another low is going to drop in, it'll be here early sunday. here it comes. that'll be sunday at 7 am, and now it looks like this is going to hang around until the morning hours as it drips out. you can see the coverage of the rain. there will be some rain, possible thunderstorms as well. we saw that last time in the morning, and if it turns, it goes into las vegas. next week, there is another low that drops into tahoe. there's going to be a lot of moisture over the next seven days. a little bit cooler, and about the same on saturday. coming up in the next hour,
>> [music] >> i can't drive 55. you know what, i used to love this song, but i do drive slower these days. this is not the weekend, folks, to be speeding. this is just a song, not a suggestion. thank you american first, that is the twitter handle that suggested this song. i will play your requests every friday morning. we can do it on his personal racetrack. amazon and some positive
comments about trade with china, they are helping take stocks up this morning. pam cook has today's dollars and cents. >> amazon is up today after one analyst said the stock reached $3000 per share in the next two or 3 years, right now amazon stock is $1800 per share. we will see what happens. if other analysts seem to agree. with the opening bell, shares at footlocker dropped 15%, after the quarter, it has been hurt by online sales as customers go directly to the big shoe companies like nike and adidas, rather than through the mall. take a look at the big board this morning, some positive comments from president trump regarding getting a tracheal agreement in place with china, it is helping a little bit today. here is a look at the dow jones, it is up a bit, 24 points . the s&p 500, also up slightly
, as is the nasdaq, 7643. honda is recalling thousands of suvs because the air black airbag has suddenly deployed. there have been at least three reports of injuries linked to the sudden airbag deployment, honda says the problem seems to be caused by a defect in the airbag wiring harness, dealers will install protective covers to fix that problem, so take your car to the dealership. best buy warning that it will have to increase prices as president trump follows through with another round on chinese imports. they will have to increase the cost. president trump increased tariffs from 10% up to 25% earlier this month, he is proposing to implement another round of tariffs and electronics were some of the most affected products. but again, still hoping for an agreement there.
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300 lucky customers per week. the grand prize winner will get up to $100,000 towards their student loans. that promotion runs through june 6. three more parents are expected to plead guilty today in the college admission scandal, so far, 16 people including felicity huffman have pleaded guilty to paying bribes to help their kids get into elite universities across the country. lori laughlin and her husband are fighting the charges, pleading not guilty to paying $500,000 in bribes to get their daughters into usc. british prime minister, teresa may announced her resignation just hours ago, it is in the midst of that overwhelming pressure over the failing brexit plan, we will bring you a report on when she is expected to leave office. plus, oaklands ghost ship
warehouse fire trial taking a break for the memorial day weekend but not before hearing from survivors. you can hear how one woman escaped the flames and how the defendant, she says, tried to save the people inside. we are off to a decent start to the memorial day weekend, if you're getting on the road early, most of these commutes are not happening for the morning commute, but we will have a lot of slow traffic later in the day. a lot of cloud cover came off of the sierra, we have more about fog today, including cooler temperatures. we will talk about what is in store for the weekend. ♪ flintstones! meet the flintstones. ♪ ♪ they're the modern stone age family. ♪
her brexit plan, the emotional announcement she made overnight. plus, the holiday begins, police make an arrest after vandals hit the veterans memorial. it is been called one of the most anticipated roller coasters of the year, and it is right here in our own backyard. we have a preview of the more new batman ride.>> from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2.>> good morning everybody, it is friday, may 24. we are going to send it over to stephen the studio, it is not going to be hot in the bay area but we are going to get a little bit of everything else. >> that is correct, mike, good morning. some fogs and clouds are back. another low will drop in on sunday. that looks like the main ring day for us. although some showers could easily pop up over the weekend. if you're going to the mountains, it is going to be
really active. yesterday we had some pretty good buildup, some afternoon thunderstorm activity, and today looks to be more quiet. the clouds will pick up over the sierra. more of a west wind today, yesterday it was much warmer. we had a lot of 60s at this time yesterday, that is not the case today. there are a few but it is a different ballgame. below is coming off of vancouver, it will arrive on sunday, it'll be about 15 to 20 degrees below average. with some rain. steve, good morning to you. you know, one of those things that i want to mention is the commute, i keep looking around, and i don't believe what i am saying. look at the richmond bridge, for example. i keep thinking there is going to be a crowd at some point, but there is not.
you can see traffic on the east shore freeway has not been very slow, it is a little bit slow, but over to the macarthur maze, taking about 26 minutes. we have never had a big backup here this morning at the bay bridge, this morning anyway. 880 we had an earlier crash, it is a little bit slow passing the coliseum. oakland is beginning to fill in a little bit, trying to get into the downtown area, still not compared to what we had, nothing much. northbound 101, san francisco, this commute is looking slow from 280 up to cesar chavez. let's go back to the desk. this morning, abortion providers in alabama just spiraled filed a civil suit, the aclu and planned parenthood announced the law just before 7 am, it would make forming an abortion at any stage a funny -- felony for the provider. we are following a developing story from the uk, teresa may announced overnight
that she will resign amid mounting political pressure, she has been criticized for failing to secure that brexit deal. alyssa harrington is in the newsroom with what is next. >> reporter: good morning, what is next is the search for a new prime minister, she is officially stepping down as conservative party leader on june 7.>> it has been the honor of my life, the second female prime minister, but certainly not the last. i do so with no ill will, but with enormous and enduring gratitude, to have had the opportunity to serve the country i love. >> she has been under a lot of pressure lately from her party to resign after failing to lead britain out of the european union. she has been prime minister since 2016, she was prompting the then prime minister to quit,
and she was called a dedicated public servant. >> i know what it feels like when you come to realize that your leadership time has finished, that the country needs a new leader, and it is extremely difficult and painful. but, i think she is and she was a dedicated public servant, she worked incredibly hard on our behalf.>> she also said in her speech that she will always feel a deep regret for being unable to deliver on brexit, her announcement marks the contest for the next prime minister. thank you. a couple is in jail this morning accused of killing the woman's 73-year-old father. they found a body in the home of benedict ching, warrants were issued to the victims daughter and son-in-law. they have since been arrested.
a san francisco medical examiner is investigating the discovery of bones in a home in the mission district, investigators removed the bones and other evidence from the scene at 21st street near full some yesterday. the coroner has not determined if the bones were human. it has been 25 years since jenny lind was found stabbed to death in her home, and today, friends and family will be honoring the teenager. the killer has never been found. the family is hosting a memorial service at 7 pm at the castro valley library, following the ceremony, there will be a candlelight walk to remind the public of the unsolved murder and to raise awareness of child safety. the ghost ship trial warehouse will resume after the weekend, henry lee was in court as one woman gave details about how she survived and how one of the defendants tried to save others inside. >> reporter: she went to the stand as she described escaping
the warehouse. she testified that she saw max harris running toward the fire and helping people get out. she also told the jury she never thought the warehouse was a fire hazard, especially because of visits by police, and cps workers making sure that the defendant was okay living there. she said, i don't think i have ever lived anywhere with such presence of government officials. >> they looked closely, and they looked for three young children living in that space, that is why she and others felt safe living there. >> the da says, regardless of the cause, max harris and derick almena are responsible for unsafe conditions . at the courthouse in oakland, henry lee , ktvu fox 2 news. this morning, a man has been arrested accused of vandalizing the san jose veterans memorial, he was
taken into custody yesterday after a police crimes unit identified him as a suspect. earlier this month, the memorial was sprayed with graffiti, causing damage estimated at $6500. groups representing california police chiefs in california officers are proposing to change the definition of deadly force. a bill in the legislature would allow police to use legal force only if it is necessary. that is a change from the current standard of reasonable. the bill was revised to say that officers would not lose their right to self-defense if they used objectively reasonable force. a citizens arrest in san jose helps police capture a man suspected of starting a house fire, it started yesterday morning around 11:00 at a home on north sixth street. a homeless man was walking up to the porch, and minutes later, you can see a couch burst into flames. the fire spread to the home, but the family inside was able to escape.>> i heard something pop, and i was like, i'm going
to get out of the house, and get all the kids out of the house.>> nobody was hurt. police say the man was last seen walking down the street last night and neighbors detained him until police arrived. the family thinks he may have started the fire possibly with a lit cigarette. high school students plan to walk out of class today as a part of a global effort to demand action on climate change, they will hold a rally on campus at 10:00 this morning then march on san antonio road in mountain view. they want congress to support the green new deal that was introduced by alexandria ocasio- cortez. it was started by a teenager from sweden. striking teachers will be walking picket lines again on day five of their strike today, more contract talks are scheduled today between the
teachers union and the new haven unified school district. they want a 10% pay raise over 2 years, while the school district offered a 1% pay raise and a one time bonus. yesterday only 12% of the 11,000 students came to class. happening today, the san jose international airport is expanding again, terminal b will get six new temporary gates, if they are working on a long-term extension plan. they hit a new record last year, more than 40 million passengers came through, and this year they are expecting more than 15 million passengers. the temporary gates should be open by next month. bart says the transit agency got millions of dollars each year, and officials are looking at changing the fair gates. bart officials all seem to agree on a cinched gait, it has higher air pressure to prevent
people from prying it open. there is this idea of vertically stacked gates where one opens at waist level, the other at chest level, the stacked gates will appear at the richmond station this summer. aaa says nearly 40 million americans will travel 50 miles or more this memorial day weekend. most of the travelers will drive to their destination. coming up on mornings on 2, after years, they are salivating their first same-sex wedding in asia. and it is the first of its kind, we are at six flags discovery kingdom in vallejo with this highly anticipated ride. the morning commute is looking very good, highway 24 is lightly traveled right now. and the temperatures are on the rise, we have a big change for sunday, what kind of
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couples ended up registering for marriage certificates on day one. the day is set for bottlerock festival, it is expected to draw more than 100,000 people at the napa valley fairgrounds. some of the performers include imagine dragons, neil young, and the napa valley youth symphony. >> it is wider than it has ever been, from any viewing angle within the entire festival, you are going to feel like you are up close and in person.>> food trucks are lined up and ready, there will be food from the southern regions star chefs, they have increased the number of staff at the event and they have tried to address neighbors concerns about noise and traffic. we hope that you were with us at 7:00 when frank took one wild ride on the new batman roller coaster at six flags in vallejo.
>> he has his feet firmly planted on the ground, have you recovered? >> reporter: i've got to tell you, it took a good five or 10 minutes to come back down to earth and say, all right, i survived. i did the smart thing, i did that segment first, and now we are outside the big billy berger which is a new venue at six flags discovery kingdom. i'm going to eat after that, but i can't eat a lot because we are going to write again at 9:00. i have vanessa here, she is the culinary manager, good morning. you've got about 30,000 people coming into the park. how do you feed them all?>> a lot of people behind the scenes. a lot of people don't see them, it is a lot of planning that goes on and it starts pretty early in the morning.
>> i can only imagine, after day one, they all come back again on day two. >> yes, that is our membership, so we are seeing them a lot more often. >> reporter: so, it is like the golden gate bridge, but only with food. we are taking a look at some of the new cuisine and some of the older thing, but why don't we start on this corner here, give us a little play-by-play. >> this is our buffalo tater tots with some chicken. some nachos as well, then we have our big billy berger, two patties by the way. and we will add bacon. we also have our reloaded mac & cheese and bacon tater tots. the chili cheese tater tots is next, and our famous turkey leg. >> reporter: these are very popular, the turkey legs. >> it is one of our number one items here. >> reporter: and you can't buy these at a store.>> not at all, we get them fresh. >> reporter: there is something
very manly about taking a bite out of the turkey leg don't you think? i've got to tell you, that is delicious. with the skin and all. that is fabulous. >> we have a new item we are trying out, they are basically like a chip french fry, and we just loaded them with different toppings, just like our tater tots. >> reporter: and what we have there? same thing? >> yes, same thing, with a little bit of bacon on top. in the loaded big billy fries. >> reporter: this is big kid food. but honestly, it must be quite a task to just keep filling the cupboards. >> yes, every day, especially when we are doing catering, that is our biggest. >> reporter: what if i want something a little bit healthier?>> we are working on
a new menu for our go fresh concept here at discovery kingdom, so you will see that with the next month or so. i am keeping busy. >> reporter: of course the park is going to be open this afternoon, and there will be a ton of people all weekend long, and if you can just pan over, that is what looms at 9:00 you guys, we will give it another ride, about 9:15, after i recover from my 7:00 ride. >> don't fill up too much. >> reporter: that is a very good point, although i'm staring at this turkey leg right now, it only has one bite out of it, and i was always told to clear the table. i might have to work on that a little bit. the rest of this, i might not, i just hope, i don't know if i
can say this on tv but i do not want to get reacquainted with that at 9:00. it looks like you're having a lot of fun. let's see how it is out on the highways today.>> it is pretty good right now, traffic is moving along okay if you are driving on the richmond bridge, and some of these other commutes, we are going to go through them quickly because i don't see a lot going on here, on 80 westbound, getting out of the bay bridge toll plaza, it is light. remember, it is maximum enforcement weekend, northbound 880 and westbound 580 are a little bit slow getting into oakland, as you can see. it is not completely light, it is coming into oakland you should allow some time. what about this weekend's weather? it'll be changing, we are already seeing a little bit of that today, much bigger fog bank, and these lows keep munching marching on in.
there is going to be another one coming down off of vancouver and seattle, that'll be sunday morning. it might be here by late saturday. we have a lot of that firing up yesterday off to the east and south, there is far less which are coming off of the mountains today compared to yesterday, it doesn't mean there won't be isolated thunderstorms over the higher terrain. we have more of an onshore wind today, that is not favorable yesterday, we had a southwind and much more in the way of humidity. the temperatures will be cooler. 50s and 60s. that low is on its way, and it looks like rain for sunday morning. 50s, 60s and 70s today with that low cloud deck, it'll be slow to burn off. temperatures will be way below seasonal averages on sunday, maybe lingering into monday, so be prepared. especially if you're going to the mountains.
thank you for that, here is your reminder to download the weather up on your smart phone or tablet, it has the radar, seven-day forecast, and the weather app is free to download from the apple and google play stores. it is a new addition at san francisco, it involves more than 1200 people by the bay, we will hear from them as well as the artist. and, more people are going outdoors, we will ask plane how the world health organization is trying to reduce the amount of deadly snake bites. ♪ i've slain your dreaded dragon.
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>> [music] >> rascal flats, of course, life is a highway, people are getting on the highways this weekend, be careful out there, have fun. people are going to be getting on the highway later, and think you, julie, for that request. that is it for traffic jams today, we do it every friday, this is the theme, and this is the way to get a hold of us. the world health
organization is taking steps to reduce the number of people who were killed or injured due to snake bites, poisonous snakes kill more than 200 people per day around the world. the who says it will invest $135 million to educate immunities on snakebite as well as increase global access to treatments. it cut in half the number of people killed by snakes. energy drinks could soon come with a warning label, the senate voted on a bill yesterday about requiring the warning for obesity, diabetes, and tooth decay. the label will be on the front of the container and separate from all of the other information. the bill passed despite lobbying from the american beverage association, it now moves to the assembly. report reveals cancer deaths have dropped, but heart disease has risen slightly. they found that death due to cancer fell nearly 19% for adults between 45 to 64 years
old. but, that is due to heart disease, rising 4%. the golden state warriors may not have kevin durant back for the start of the nba finals, but they could have another player in the lineup who hasn't been around recently, we are going to give you an update on cousins and hear what he has to say about it. and, we are at san jose international where officials say today is expected to be the busiest day in the history of that airport. if you are just joining us, it is a little bit lighter than usual for the typical commute, but it is going to get a little bit busier later, we will tell you more about that coming up.
from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. >> welcome back, good morning, happy friday, hope you're having a good morning at home. both the a's and giants are home for the weekend, it is a very busy weekend, steve. i know it is not going to be 85 or 90 degrees out there. >> that is correct, it is going to be a cool weekend for us, and it starts today. yesterday we had that moisture coming off of the sierra that triggered afternoon
thunderstorms, even some evening thunderstorms for contra costa county. there is going to be rain in the forecast, if you're heading up to the mountains, be extra cautious because there's going to be some pretty heavy totals coming over the holiday weekend. for us, it looks like sunday morning will be the best opportunity to pick up maybe a quarter of an inch, that is what is showing up towards tahoe, truckee, even shasta and the central sierra, there could be a lot of rain into the weekend for the next couple days. 70s from yesterday and even one low 80, fairfield today will be 60s and 70s. we are cooling off. but, there is not the amount of moisture coming off of the crest of the sierra. yesterday there was a lot more. temperatures yesterday, mid 60s by this time, that is not the case today, we are seeing more mid 50s and upper 50s. another low will drop in on
sunday morning, we will talk about that some more in about 10 minutes. it has been a quiet morning. it has, although oakland is getting a little bit more slow, i want to talk about that. here on 880, it is slow, we can go back to the bay bridge where it is not, but if we go northbound, it is slowing into san leandro. so, that is one of the areas, but if we look around, the rest of the commute looks pretty good, little bit slowing on southbound 880, out of union city and fremont, and the silicon valley is all right. we had some slow traffic along northbound 101 approaching the 280 interchange, but in general, things are lighter than usual. thank you. memorial day weekend the unofficial start of the summer season and today is getaway day for millions of people across the country. jesse gary is live for us at
the san jose international airport, and i guess they are expecting a record at the airport? four good morning to you, yes, it seems like a large portion of that million people, they may be here at the san jose international airport, officials told me they expect a record number of flyers, 27,500 to fly out of this airport today . that is the largest they have had in 70 years, they think everybody has their own little trip to get through the airport easily. >> so far, so good. i did the speed check, so i was able to walk right through the line. it is a good weekend. >> reporter: once inside, the travelers will see six temporary gates that will soon open to handle the summer crush, they are constructing new gates to accommodate the airports rapid growth, but that won't be finished for another 7 to 10 years. tsa officials put out a travel list for flyers which includes double checking your bags by packing and repacking them at home for coming to the airport.
prepare for airport security screenings by wearing lightweight clothing and slip on shoes, enroll in tsa pre- check and if you have any questions, use social media to reach out and ask the tsa before coming to the airport.>> we are talking about thousands of travelers coming through security, anytime we can save a few seconds on every passenger, it is worth it. >> reporter: the skies won't be the only place seeing people getting away for the weekend, this is the fifth straight year to see an increase for memorial day. officials say last year, 14.3 million travelers used sjc, and they expect 50 million people to use this airport next year. we are at the san jose international airport, ktvu fox 2 news , back over to you.
thank you, jesse. missouri is in the middle of a relentless storm season, drone video shows the widespread tornado damage. one of the tornadoes cut a three mile wide path and a milewide from the south side of jefferson city. the river is asked expected to top over the levy today. there have been no reports of deaths but the storm is blamed for three deaths in southwest missouri. floodwaters in some areas are not expected to recede until early july. the waters from heavy rain in recent months combined with melting snow up in the upper mississippi delta, now 800 square miles of farmland is currently underwater. some farmers say they will be lucky if they are able to plan anything this year.
>> we will have some insurance, hopelly that'll get us back to where we can farm next year. >> some property owners say the flooding would not be bad if the army corps of engineers had built a pumping station. they responded with a statement saying, the apa vetoed a proposal and they only build projects that are authorized. we are getting our first estimate on what this year's hurricane season could look like. >> it only takes one landfalling hurricane to cause great destruction to a community. we need to prepare now. >> hurricane season officially kicks off a week from tomorrow, here's what scientists at the national oceanic administration are expecting, 9 to 15 named tropical storms, and of those, they expect up to 4 to become major hurricanes. >> we need to come together and
take action now to protect yourselves, your property, and your financial future. >> the 2018 hurricane season caused $58 billion in damages. people in the bay area need to prepare for fires as temperatures start to heat up. to get people thinking about the danger, thousands of folks living in lafayette, morocco, have received a wildfire pamphlet in the mail. >> we wanted to put this in one location, where you can find it easily, get your family ready, and then you don't have to go out and google it and try to find it at a bunch of different locations. >> earlier this year, they found out so many homes are
vulnerable because they are tucked away and surrounded by trees and many neighborhoods only have one way out. yesterday, the u.s. senate passed a measure, it is for california to be eligible up to $12.6 billion in federal funds, including money for residents of the town of paradise. the senator said she included language in the bill to make paradise eligible for rural development funding from the u.s. department of agriculture. the house could pass the legislation as soon as today even though many house members have left dc. we are looking at a summer camp near yosemite, it was destroyed back in 2013, yesterday berkeley officials unveiled drawings of the planned restoration of this site, including new recreation and dining halls, and many from fema and insurance reimbursement are expected to cover the most of the $60 million cost.
could reopen by the summer of 2022. there is the chance that the warriors will pack their bags and go to canada, if they want to win a third straight championship. they have the lead against the milwaukee bucks in the finals, the raptors dug themselves out of a 13 point hole and got 15 points in the fourth quarter. the milwaukee bucks get their first three-game losing streak of the entire season. game six is set for tomorrow in toronto. the winner will play the warriors in the nba finals. the warriors will go on the road for the first two games. they will likely have to play game one without kevin durant, the two-time finals mvp, he is still recovering from that strain. he is expected to return at some point during the finals but he has not yet gone through workouts or even practiced with the team since that injury.
the warriors have better news, onto demarcus cousins, he may potentially play in game one but it is still up in the air. it was announced april 16 when he tore his left quad muscle when he played against the clippers. he cannot wait for the return. >> it has been a while. but it always makes you stronger for the next one.>> cousins was injured on just his second career playoff game. game three and four of the finals will be at oracle arena in the warriors are warning for ticket scams. many people were not allowed in because they bought counterfeit tickets. the only marketplace is through the warriors official website. game three and four again here
in oakland, they are having on june 5 and seventh. the back-to-back nba champions have a lot of plans for fans, they announce the ev around the bay area. team ambassadors will be at famous landmarks, bart stations and other transportation locations handing out t-shirts and other items. the warriors are encouraging fans to wear their favorite gear on fridays and wednesdays. another dead whale washes up on the bay area beach, where it was found this time, and we will take a look at how many dead whales have washed ashore across the state. and, what san jose tech using innovations will now be known as, and why. you know when you're at ross and you find.hmmm. ...at a price that has you, like... okay. that's yes for less. say yes to the latest spring trends at 20 to 60 percent off department store prices every day.
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display at the museum of modern art. it captures the images of 1206 people.>> it is a mural of san francisco, it represents the richest and the poorest.>> from the homeless to the famous all connected by this project. jr interviewed every single person in the mural by visiting neighbors across the city and a trunk that functions as a mobile studio. he asked them how they wanted to be remembered, including one woman from muscular dystrophy. >> to be a part of this social landscape is really important. >> his subjects included some public figures.>> draymond green showed up in front of city hall, and came inside. >> a michigan native talked
about his love for his city. >> it is such a great city, to come into my neighborhood here, and i love it here, i feel like i'm home here.>> a san francisco native and founder of salesforce is seen holding a sign about the company. >> one of the most important things is equality.>> this is the first time participants can see the finished work. the one-time graffiti artist takes art to a new level, they are in the mural, and this is his way of inspiring people to learn about those around them.>> we need to look at each other, that is what this mural is about. >> reporter: this is going to be up for one year, it is located on street level, it is free for everyone.
in san francisco, ktvu fox 2 news . the tech museum innovation is getting a new name, the downtown museum will be known as the tech interactive, it is teaming up with education to develop digital versions of tech exhibits for the 5 million educators and 61 million students worldwide. it will kick off with an exhibition focused on cyber security. they are prepared for any possible cyber attacks in the upcoming elections. however any reports as the democratic national committee is lagging behind the republican committee when it comes to managing digital assets. they responded saying it has been 2 years overhauling its infrastructure and approving security, and they made some changes. >> we need to work directly with state party officials and our committee men and women, giving them security briefings
with dhs officials with i.t. professionals. >> researchers say both parties did okay compared to smaller u.s. political parties and european political parties. taking a look behind us, you can see some of the sunshine picking through the fog and we have steve paulson who is going to tell us about this weekend's weather.>> i think i've already told you, it is going to be cool, it is not going to be baking. we will get to it, we have a pretty big fog bank out here today. that is much more the dominant feature than it was yesterday. carlos has a nice picture of the city. i think the rain will be done by 10 am. there will be rain early sunday morning into about 10:00, but it should be moving south by then, but it'll be windy and cool.
one is coming from the southwest, another coming from the northwest, i would bundle up tonight, it looks pretty cold. a lot of clouds and fog in place. the mariners are visiting the a's, it'll be a little bit better. temperatures in the 60s. that low, we have had one after the other, one is moving out and another one is going to be taking its place. fairfield hit 81 yesterday. redwood city down to 71. the convection which fired up yesterday, not as favorable today, the west wind doesn't give it as much of a chance today. over the sierra, there will be some isolated showers, they will really pick up saturday night into sunday and monday. keep that in mind if you are going up there there may be some high elevation snow. yesterday was much warmer, today we are slower to warm up
because of that west wind and the bigger fog bank. another low is on the way that will drop in here on sunday morning. it looks to be rain and possible thunderstorms. 50s, 60s, and 70s, a mix of sun and clouds, it'll be a little bit cooler, it should be drier by noon on sunday. it might linger into monday. another active may pattern. one of the most anticipated new roller coasters makes it stick debut this weekend, and this morning, frank is testing out the new batman ride. coming up, you will see what all the hype is about. and what is causing dozens of leopard sharks to wash up on the east bay.
yet another dead whale was discovered washed ashore, this time in marin county. it is the 13th whale found dead in the bay area since the beginning of march. the marine mammal center said its biologists have performed necklaces -- on those whales, they mostly died from malnutrition or ship strikes. 30 whales have been found dead this year, according to noah. people are also noticing more dead and dying leopard sharks washing up on bay area beaches, especially in alameda. researchers say about 100
sharks have washed up on bay area beaches in recent weeks, and because of bay currents, crown beach gets many of the carcasses. researchers say that has been happening in san francisco bay during the late spring and summer because of a parasite in the water. >> there is a protozoan parasite, essentially, it is a little guy that is in the water and it affects them, it gets into the brain. it makes them essentially disoriented and they start swimming near the beach. >> some years are worse than others, in 2017, thousands of sharks died, and this year can be just as bad because of the wet winter. some of the big names in retail are feeling the effects of the trade war with china. pam cook has this morning's dollars and cents.>> as those tariffs kick in, prices are heading up for businesses, footlocker stocks jumped 15% after missing analysts for the
quarter. also online sales, as customers go directly to the big shoe companies like nike and adidas. when the opening bell rang this morning, keep an eye on best buy, they are going to have to raise prices because of the trade talks and the tariffs from china. amazon stock gained, on one analyst prediction that the stock could reach $3000 per share in the next two or 3 years, right now amazon stock is $1800 per share. quite a ways to go there. checking the big board right now, some optimism after the president said he feels confident that there will be an agreement reached with china. the dow jones is up about a third of a percent. the s&p 500 up about a quarter of a percent, the nasdaq up.
best buy warning that they will have to increase prices if president trump follows through with another round of tariffs on chinese imports, best buy ceo says the store would have to pass those increases on to customers. president trump increased tariffs, $200 billion worth of chinese imports from 10% up to 25% earlier this month. he is promising to implement another round of tariffs on electronics, those are some of the most effective products. we will continue to watch the negotiations there. honda recalling thousands of suvs because the airbag can suddenly deploy, they recalled 118,000 suvs in the united states, there have been three reports of injuries linked to sudden airbag deployment. honda says the problem seems to be caused by a defect in the airbag wiring harness, dealers will install protective covers to fix the problem. that is a look at your dollars and cents, let's go back to allie and mike. thank you.