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stream the news on ktvu.com.>> brace yourself for more hot weather is temperatures are expected to soar well into the triple digits for some areas of the heat advisory continues. here live in the south bay fire crews are battling a wildfire. wild from "ktvu" this is warnings are too. >> monday june 5th. i am in for garcia but >> i empty persons ready for a really hot record-breaking day and some places into the triple digits. >> we are talking about a cool down and we will take any degree we can get.
>> we broke records yesterday and we will likely do it again today and specifically 66 expected hit 86. 10 and 12 degrees above the seasonal norm as what dave has been talking about. a heat advisory continues and here's a look. it goes until 9:00 p.m. tonight and it does exclude most of the coast but the inland cities and ocean city included and that advisory and near record heat expected and low one hundreds expected inland and were expected to hit 105 and temperatures are expected to peak today. spare the air alert in place for hazy skies and addition to the possibility of smoke drifting our way. it's fires that are burning out there due to the hot and dry and breezy weather we had over the weekend. a view from up above we do have
been nice sunsets. 79 degrees and downtown san francisco 68 castro valley and 71 in santa fe and and the north bay cooler and 64 napa and 60 degrees santa rosa and we are warming except for fairfield down by severn degrees and up by 10 hayward and up by seven over areas of nevada and san jose you are 9 degrees morning warmer than yesterday afternoon highs 83%, 86 in san francisco. low to mid 90s around the bay and 103 at concord and 100 san jose and we see temperatures drop off by tomorrow and a cooldown that will carry us into the weekend and details coming up and a bit. 7:02 a.m. and let's check all monday morning commute >> 103 in concord. >> i believe it. >> i hope you have air conditioning or if you get to a
cool spot let's talk about some of these commutes and i want to talk about it here on 80 west bound. traffic taking about 33 minutes to get here and when we get to the bay bridge we had another 30 to wait and it's a regular monday even though we are in june and it does not seem like it's lighter than usual and carpool lanes being enforced. highway four low and so is 680 and the bridge traffic looks good. as we look at the inter-part of east bay pleasanton, southbound 680 slow and hayward to fremont is slow in silicon valley commute and here is downtown san jose. 703 and let's go back to the. >> how fire crews now have the upper hand and the hand against the fire inside the clarity and it did not get bigger overnight and 85% contained. allie rasmussen talk to
firefighters and they are still facing and what's the latest now. >> one of the main challenges is the heat as it is expected to be around 100 degrees and the terrain was burning and the coyote ridge open space area and you can see the charred hillsides and we see smoke drifting up above those hillsides but no flames that's because this fire is 85% contained and firefighters made a lot of progress. it will be a hot day ahead and they are focusing their efforts and keeping that containment up and increasing it. part of the reason the fire broke out they had helicopters and airplanes coming in because of the steep and hilly terrain and the strategy appears to have worked. it burned 210 acres and it has not spread and it did not grow overnight and 85% containment now and they hope to increase that throughout the day and
firefighters focus on extinguishing hotspots and reinforcing containment lines and the division chief we talk to a short time ago explain the challenges >> definitely the heat and the heat and that area where we are working on containment and you could slip and fall. >> reporter: this area, a coyote open space area is popular with hikers in there are gas pipelines running through and that was a big concern weather the pipelines would be damaged and that she said they were not and that's good news of the cause is still under investigation and we'll take them a while to find out how it started. no structures were threatened and no evacuations prompted and it is now at 85% containment
and expected to be a very hot and challenging day. live in santa clara county, allie rasmussen. thousands of customers had their power restored and then the national weather service issued a red fire warning friday which signals high fire danger. it initially included solano and low hope counties. pg&e turned it off for more than 23,000: people. and they expect the damage hazards will interfere with live wires and for the latest. go to "ktvu.com" and follow our twitter and facebook page. >> the driver who admitted to using meth leading police on a high-speed chase is expected of crashing into a minivan and
killing the driver. chp officer saw a bmw driving erratically near the 101280 interchange and they chased the car until it ran a red light on highway 101 and hit the minivan killing the driver and the passenger is in critical condition. the driver was arrested and it's passenger may also be arrested. and the meantime all lanes of highway 101 are open after a deadly early morning crash and car fire around 2:15 a.m. and the southbound lanes north of the drive exit. one person was killed. it was a single car crash and when the fruit crews first arrived they found the car on fire on its roof and two lanes of highway 101 were closed until it was cleared and the cause of the crash is still under investigation. research continues for the pilot of a plane that crashed last night. a boater said the plane went down north of pittsburgh around 5:30 p.m. last night.
they found aeronautical charts but the main wreckage is underwater. it had been rented and officials believe the pilot was the only person on board. 7:08 a.m. and we are waiting to find out the name of a man drowned in liverpool. the man and his friend rented a boat saturday night. they are about 1 mile from the arena and deep waters when the man took off his life jacket and jumped in and was not seen again. they search for him but they did not find his body until late yesterday. hundreds of teachers will be back in the classroom after ending the three week strike. they had a disagreement to the amendment and a cause for 3% pay raise retroactive to january 1st and a 1% increase starting july 1st and a 1% contingency based on full
funding. 60% voted to pass the deal >> they yes vote will service and the step to get better treatment and i am pleased with what came out >> the district was presenting a bad face. here we are at 7.5% of their offering and they were just trying to punish teachers all along >> many teachers are saying some parents are going against the recall effort because of how that strikes the fire >> 7:09 a.m. and a miller of oscar grant on display at oaklands fruitvale art station. oscar grant was shot and killed by a police officer new year's day 10 years ago and it's under the platform where oscar died and it's adjacent to the bar station was officially named oscar grant way. they worked closely with the
family to create the mural and coming up. wanda johnson, arthur grant's mother, will join us at 7:00 about the oscar grant mural. the warriors and toronto for the game five of the nba finals. their first title and franchise history tonight when they host the warriors. kevin durrant practiced yesterday but still listed as questionable for tonight's game and he is not played in more than a month after straining his right calf. they are confident despite the pitfalls. >> being down last year 32, this is more daunting being down 3-1. usually when we have our back against the wall we do our best. we focus on one mission. our history speaks for itself. when
one basketball game and we will worry about the rest >> one game at a time. reuters 7-2 and they closed out the clippers with winds on the road and if warriors win them six in oakland thursday night. tonight's game starts at 6:00 p.m. and the warriors are hosting a watch party at oracle arena. tickets are $25. part of it will go to charity. the whole warriors fans will be there along with concessions and merchandise. 7:11 a.m. another person who died was from california while on vacation and why other tours are on high alert. we will make down the agreement and what mexico has
promised to do. >> good morning. we do see slow traffic out there like a normal monday although northbound 101 looks all right and it is slow as you driving and 280 as you driving to cupertino. >> our unseasonably hot weather will continue. low 80s at the coast and low one hundreds england and i have a look at what you can expect for the day and the rest of the week coming up.
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migrants and the u.s. and he says if not he will go back to the plan of imposing tariffs. >> if they do what they promise to do then we will see this reduced. >> migrants will not remain in u.s. while there claims are being processed. president trump will announce the easing of restrictions on ethanol per regular regulations said it needed to be reduced from 15 to present down to 10% during the summer. president trump approved allowing 15% of ethanol use year-round which could increase corn prices for farmers who have seen sales dropped because of tariffs >> many of the democratic presidential candidate spent the weekend campaign in iowa and they say former vice
president joe biden losing some support and other candidates on the rise. seen on des moines register says biden was at 24%. back in september he was at 32%. bernie sanders still in second place at 15% and warren is 15% and pete buttigieg just behind at 14%. beto o'rourke is seeing his camping struggle but he says the polls only tells so much. >> i don't know this many months out from the caucuses and iowa that these polls indicate what our prospects are. >> joe biden was not among the candidates campaigning but he plans to be there tomorrow. 7:16 a.m. and the judiciary holds a hearing called lessons from the mueller report. john dean due to testify and john dean work for president
nixon. he was connected to the water gate cover-up. they want to hear why he thinks the president engage in obstruction of justice. >> according to the mercury news there's $100 million and we define it across online counties in and order for the measure to appear the state legislature would have to pass a bill which would be similar ballot. it was approved last year. 7:17 a.m. can you help the folks now, sal? >> obviously, you heard rosemary say talk about the weather but it will be hot all over the place. this is a look at the richmond bridge and that traffic to marin is okay. part of me. a
little slow but not out of the ordinary for this time of the morning and what we don't get is a lighter commute and even the middle of the month got more into the middle of the month as people start taking vacations. this is a look for 33 minutes at the carquinez bridge and the bay bridge is crowded and it's list as time looks on and a look at highway four and eight 80 slow heading to fremont. we are beginning to see maybe a little bit of a june effect on the silicon valley commute. usually is slower. 7:18 a.m. and let's go back for today's weather. >> it does not do any good to complain. what do we do? >> i guess not. >> we won't complain about the weather. it's hot and be prepared and we are gearing up for temperatures to store into the low one
hundreds for our inland areas today and as we were talking a little while ago and we are well over the average by 10 or 20 degrees or so. we broke a few records yesterday and we will break a few more today and temperatures are expected to be at their hottest and then we have a 58 called on fort tomorrow but we know it takes some time and it's like a wave almost and we feel it around the bay and our inland cities struggling below 100's and you get the cooldown. for today 80s at the coast and 90s around the bay, at 105 livermore and one of the hotter spots expected. partly cloudy skies to start the day and the offshore breeze continues and you notice the winds coming in from the north and northeast in not as strong as the weekend and with that the red flood warning has expired and we do have fires out there burning. in addition to the haze we found smoke to deal with and 55
degrees in nevada, 64 in napa "tomorrow for you there. warm and downtown san francisco and 68 at castle valley and low 70s for josi. getting into the afternoon cohoes line and around the bay temperatures similar to yesterday and inland is hotter. 84 for simpson beach. 96 for paloma part 100 degrees for santa rosa. he spake low one hundreds in antioch and 101 in pleasanton into the south bay san jose going to 100. saratoga as well. 93 expected in santa cruz. for the peninsula and the afternoon upper 90s palo alto and mountain view. menlo park we include you to. 86 in san francisco and 2 degrees shy of tying a record today. half moon bay at 83 and you will break a record today. extended forecast and temperatures drop tomorrow. notice i don't state cool. we go 90 degrees for bayside communities and we will feel
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kroger recalling frozen berries because of hepatitis eight. they are private selection brandon frozen triple berry medley and 48 and frozen blackberries. the berries may also be sown in food: food celeste but they are owned by kroger. bestseller they date and june and july. return to the store for refund or replacement. the fda said no illnesses have been reported. the san francisco board of supervisors is going to recommend that the full board approve one of two measures. it would ban the sale of e cigarettes and vaping devices until they are approved by the
fda and supervisors considering another proposal that would ban the sale, manufacture of soddy- daisy property property. >> for every individual adult that quit smoking cigarettes from using electronic cigarettes , 80 youth and young adults would go want to become regular cigarette smokers >> opponents say it will van e cigarettes and vaping shops to close and they vote on the two members next week. set newell gave a $7.5 million grant to the medical center and tennessee and dual and other manufacturers have solicited more research so many researchers can work on the project. the manufacturers have until
2022 to prove that their products are safe. a former boston red sox player is rusted surgery following an ambush and the dominican republic. espn david ortiz said the bullet went through and came out the salt stomach. a man approaching from behind and shot him. the government and custody after he was captured and beaten by a crowd of people. he played 14 years with the red sox sox. another horse has died after becoming sick. family members say 67-year-old robert willis got sick on april 11th and it was right after he had a drink at the minibar. the cause of death has not been released and the hotel has not commented. three other people have died
and autopsies indicate that all three died of natural causes. another confrontation between the giants and dodgers. madison baumgartner at the center of it all and we will say what they say after the game. another round of hot weather. we are live and details on the advisory in just how hot it will get in your neighborhood. eighborhood. so far so good on the bridges. it is not lighter than usual today. we have a lot of people still going to work and we can see traffic is busy on the san mateo bridge. >> another scorcher inland just how much and when the cooling trend kicks and coming up. one call 811 before you dig.ings you can do is to make sure you calling 811 can get your lines marked. it's free, it's easy, we come out and mark your lines.
from the "ktvu fox" studios this is "mornings on 2" >> good morning to you. good morning. look at that shot, although i will tell you it's warm and 80s and san francisco and the rest of us have no chance. the people and san francisco that >> it is still a beauty shot >> welcome to monday and it is june 10th. i am dave clark. >> good morning i am claudine long. we have a heat advisory all across the area. it's been extended through the day and temperatures could see more than 100 degrees. we are tracking the bay area and meteorologist rosemary
orozco will talk about how hot it is but first we go to christina rendon own. some areas hitting 100 degrees and how hot is it where you are? >> good morning to you, david. it's only 71 degrees and it's comfortable and cool now but that would not be the case. this afternoon it is expected to be at least 100 degrees and for much of the east bay especially the inland areas like antioch and birdland. we saw a beautiful sunrise. this heat advisory is in effect from 10:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. and it could mean temperatures could create dangerous conditions. heat stroke heat exhaustion, small children, the elderly they are at risk. so you want to keep them indoors as well as staying hydrated. they will spend the afternoon indoors and that's why they are
outdoors now >> we go to the park in there is no way we could ever be at the park. the game share is now up and 6:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. >> she had her dog eating a pop at chino keeping her dog cool. if you have your pets out make sure and be aware that the pavement can be hot for the paws of the dogs. also in effect a security advisory and you are advised to possibly not drive alone if you are able to if you don't want the air pollution and the air because this is clearly here day and if you are outside drink plenty of fluids and it's a very hot date with temperatures and the hundreds and rosemary will tell us all about that and for not lower we are live in walnut creek. >> christina, you stay cool
too. >> they are watching these temperatures and there is no getting around it and usually we say if you don't like it here you can drive 20 minutes to alaska for expect we have to go to lake tahoe. it's and the 70s but, yeah for the rest of us it's another warm one and we will break records from the coast and inland expected to do it once again and it will be 100 degrees or more in walnut creek. just a reminder to pay attention to your body and if you are feeling fatigued or heat and the advisory is for everyplace that does include the coast. west san francisco included but pacifica at half moon bay just as warm as yesterday day, no advisory for you. temperatures range from low 80s at the coast and those two perhaps major one hundreds over areas over livermore and the red flag warning for the hills
has expired and it's hot and dry . clear the air a work and the hazy side that comes with the weather and addition to smoke that could drift our way from fires that burn and and around the area due to this very hot dry weather and the breezy weather we had over the weekend for the northeast flow continued and you can see the arrows coming and we will continue without light flow although not as breezy as we were over the weekend. we do have clouds overhead and mid to high level clouds and a really nice sunrise and we had a really nice sunset last night as well and temperatures this morning. we are 69 degrees in castro valley, 66 in novato. 74 and downtown san francisco san francisco and we have fluctuated between 74 and 75 for downtown san francisco and a few numbers comparing the
current records and where we are for in santa rosa's entire record and to go to 88 to try a record in oakland airport likely to break a record. san jose at 100 degrees and you are 1 degrees shy of the current record and temperatures beginning to drop by tomorrow and a better cooldown comes on wednesday and i have details and the extended forecast coming up. 7:35 a.m. and let's see traffic without. >> good morning. northbay rosemary near the sleepy hollow dairy which people use to connect with and 37 are santa rosa and we do have a problem there was an overturned truck that has closed lakeville highway and stay off of that and use 37 instead of another road and while we are here southbound traffic is slow and slow traffic on 37. 37 heading west getting out toward the east
county area. i went to the wrong picture here. this is a look at san francisco airport. no air delays expected. we know a lot of people are on vacation and you don't have to worry about that and this is a look at the richmond bridge there are no major issues here and as you drive to the bay bridge i feel like my computer is just about done let's go back to the -- >> thanks. the biggest fire and northern california right now is called the sand fire. right now it is in yolo county and the town of rumsey 35 miles northwest of woodland and 45 miles east of david. 300 people were ordered to evacuate evacuate. they are seeing strong winds pushing the flames and it started saturday afternoon. no homes have burned. 700 firefighters are battling the flames and high temperatures
have dried out the grasses >> the flame is heading up the hill already heating the fuel ahead of it and when the winds pushing it makes worse and more difficult for us. the fire is 20% contained and no injuries reported so far fire investigators do not know how it started. 7:37 a.m. to california amusement parks will reopen after wildfire close them yesterday. right off i-5 the magic mountain. amusement park visitors saw smoke. when the fire flew crows those nearby roads many had to shelter and place near the back of the amusement park and say the fast-moving flames prescribed him surprise him. >> it was cool and there was a big boat >> nine of the park guests have
been hurt and the fire is burning and the hills north of magic mountain and no 50% contained. defense lawyers and the warehouse house fire are expected to call a woman to the warehouse. she claims she heard a group of men talking about starting the fire for lawyers will call sharon evans to support the canes that the deadly warehouse fire was arson. last week the judge said he will allow evans to testify however, some areas may be difficult. she's heard them and say the way we put the wood there they are never getting out. posting updates inside the courtroom and go to "ktvu.com" to read about the close fire. 7:39 a.m.
seven people and the pride parade, recovering from injuries. hundreds of people are running for they thought they heard gunshots along the parade route on saturday. a man threatens another person with a bb gun and notion gunshots were fired at the man who had the bb gun was arrested on weapons charges in also for disorderly conduct. in sacramento the community celebrated five months. the members protested the event because uniformed police officers took part. the board of directors initially banned police from marching and uniform at the parade because of the stonewall riots. there were several outreach communities initiated and they formed a new liaison. it was televised for the first time ever.
it marks a nearly 2.5-mile stretch and santa monica boulevard yesterday. west hollywood, hundreds of thousands of people lined the police are out. we hope you will join us later this afternoon when rupaul's new talk show premieres right here on "ktvu." rupaul joined us talking about his show and it's a continuation of the money of the conversation he has on rupaul's drag race. >> andre grace we talk about fun things and superficial things and a lot of heavy topics we deal with on drag race and we are teaching a new audience how to have those conversations without it being such a diner. expect rupaul's guest on the premier james corden who by the way hosted last night's tony awards show in jonathan and drew
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from nevada and we are checking their enrichment bridge and driving for macarthur maze from cardenas and you at another time here at the bay bridge toll plaza. east bay community has been slow and as we go down toward 80 hayward on the way to fremont. 747 and let's bring rosemary back in with today's weather >> another hot one and store. we broke a few records yesterday and temperatures are expected to be just as hot, even harder for inland cities and with that heat advisory that continues until 9:00 p.m. tonight and that state of war and juicy is the orange bay, east bay, peninsula, south bay. it does not the coastline with the exception of the west edge of san francisco. it includes the delta region
into sacramento and the san joaquin valley. temperatures are quite hot in the central valley and the winds out there generally light. we have the north northeast flow that warns us up and rises out and brought up the wind over the hills and trigger the heightened fire danger and the risk of fire warning has expired and we have fires. be careful for today. 64 in nampa and 68 in nowato. 68 santa rosa. san francisco downtown 64. 71 in san jose. off to a mild start and how much warmer? by five to 10 degrees. yesterday morning fairfield without the wind and temperatures have dropped off but everyone else it's a warmer start and here is a look at the afternoon highs. 96 in nowato. 84% for the beach and 90 sausalito versus cimarron.
upper 90s tulsa valley and lower 100 antioch village 105 from livermore. south bay 100 sarasota. then josi 100. 93 by the water and santa cruz. the peninsula upper 90s. palo alto, menlo park, redwood city and 86 in san francisco and 2 degrees shy of tying a record there and here is a look at the extended forecast dropping off by tomorrow and we are 99 inland and 90 degrees around the me and along the coastline we fill it in the breeze moves inland. by wednesday we are good, low 80s around the bay and low 90s inland and nice trend we see into the week >> big medical breakthrough for a tiny patient. the baby gets delivered thanks to 3d technology and we
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tariffs will be devastating to the u.s. economy, consumer prices and jobs. progress of wedding that is something wall street wanted to see and when the opening bell rang stocks went straight up and we will see if they can hang and there and we still have trade talks with china and the optimism helping things out and taking a live look at the big board. the dow jones shot up 160 points right off the bat and a live look at more than one half of a percent and 175 points right now. the s&p 500 also up almost one full percentage point and very close to 2900 for the s&p 500 and the nasdaq at 78, 69 and a blend and a half. gas prices dropping. the bay area is much higher than the national average. the survey shows the average price for a gallon of gas has dropped $0.09 and the last three weeks to $2.84.
the lowest average is $2.27 in baton rouge, louisiana. the highest is no surprise. here in california the average price and san francisco is $4 a game and pick the average $3.93 in oakland and 390 in san jose and the highest is san luis obispo at $4.07 a gallon. fedex said it will stop express delivery from packages from amazon for at the end of this month and not renewing a contract so we can focus on the broader e-commerce market and it comes as amazon has launched into its own delivery business directly competing with fedex and fedex is doing more business with walmart which is amazon's a state rival. starbucks assessing a private program at london's gatwick program.
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welcome back and brace yourself for more hot weather as temperatures are expected to shoot into the triple digits in some areas and the bay area heat advisory continues and we are live where fire crews are battling a wildfire and the latest on containment numbers >> we are back in the classroom and the new haven school district and details on the tentative agreement and a new contract that was reached. >> and the pivotal game five tonight for the warriors playing the raptors and the nba finals and we have an update. and what time kevin durrant is playing tonight. from hashtag #ktvu news at nine fox two news this is "mornings on 2". >> welcome back to "mornings on
2" monday morning june 10th. >> i am claudine wong and dave has the day off. rosemary temperatures and the 80s and the city and i think that is the watermark of how that they will go but >> absolutely. it's going to get very close today. half moon bay is expected to break a record could already warm and forming into the 80s for today with the heat advisory started yesterday has been extended through today and will not expire until 9:00 p.m. tonight at includes north bay east bay south bay peninsula into schimpf and cisco. the shade of orange indicating it not for coastline or hills. we will be just as warm as yesterday. portions of the coats ride along that stretch and ocean beach is included and the advisory. because outside and partly cloudy and mostly clear is what we are looking at for the
afternoon and the offshore flow continues and the winds are light out there. san jose, mountain view and half moon bay all reporting conditions. if you're low look all those areas from the north northeast. it's the dry offshore wind that will drive our temperatures up but we see fog for 1 more day. we see changes by tonight. inland areas get less. 77 concord. 78 in brentwood. 74 and downtown san francisco. the whole thing is study. 74, san jose. a mild to warm start already. we are up by 5-10 degrees from where we started yesterday. and the second part of the day will feel a whole lot. 86 pacifica low to mid upper 90s around the bay and low to mid 100's inland and 105 from livermore. this is it. temperatures drop by tomorrow and a nice cool down and we have
a look coming up in just a little bit. 8:02 a.m. and we are keeping an eye on traffic. rosemary, thank you very much and let's begin with highway 24 to oakland, it looks like it is approving a bit. no issues on the way through the tunnel and no issues on the other side. a 31 minute drive from the carquinez bridge to the maze. it's a full strength morning commute when you get to the bay bridge. there is a back up and it is deep. there have been installed vehicles and things on the bridge that have not been ideal. we have things making it slower and it's not like you might want to use transit. highway four and slow through pittsburgh and through comfort and 80 it's getting better. southbound 80 there is a stalled vehicle there and things are better and the south
bay here northbound 101 and 285 are moderately heavy it's 8:03 a.m. california fears have the upper hand against the malik fire and south santa clara county. it is 85% contained in did not get bigger overnight. allie rasmus is right there at the staging and you are at highway 101. allie? >> firefighters today reinforce containment lines and the malik fire you can see where it burned the hillside here behind us and the coyote open space area. there is smoke drifting through the vegetation. no flames and firefighte ve gained the upper hand on this. it is 85% contained. firefighters are expecting full containment over the next couple of days. it burned 210 acres. it has not grown or spread since yesterday.
caltrans brought in helicopters and tankers to contain the fire and the strategy seems to have worked with the biggest challenges for firefighters yesterday and today is the heat. temperatures hovering around 100 and difficult, the terrain and this area where the fire is burning as well as canyons and steep terrains >> last night at sundown we came into the south and of the fire and as the area is still not contained in because of deep and loose soil it can be difficult and especially for firefighters. >> luckily no one has been injured. the fire is not threatening any homes. there are electric and gas lines running through the hills and initially concerns they may have been damaged but the condition chief reporters there is no damage after either the
cause is under investigation. live in santa clara county. "ktvu." thanks. thousands of customers had their powers restored. the national weather service issued a red flag warning and friday which signals high fire danger. the planned outage concluded 1600 customers and parts of napa, solano and yolo county's. their power was restored and that's where they turned it off for 20,000 customers in yuba and another county. they checked for damage and vegetation that could interfere with live wires. for the very latest on weather conditions visit "ktvu.com" or follow our twitter and facebook pages. 8:05 a.m. the driver used meth before leading police on a high-speed chase and is expected to have crashed into a minivan.
the bmw was driving erratically near the 101280 interchange in san jose. they chased the car until it ran a red light and it hit the minivan killing the driver and the minivans passenger is in critical condition. the driver of the bmw was arrested and his passenger may also be arrested. and the meantime all grains of highway 101 are open after a deadly early-morning crash and car fire. it happened in corte madera around 2:15 a.m. and the southbound lanes north of the drive exit. know one person was killed and when the cruise first arrived the car was on fire and on its roof and two lanes were closed until the stain was clear and the cause is still under investigation. the search continues for the pilot of a private plane that crashed into the delta. the plane went down and the
water north of pittsburgh about 5:30 p.m. search teams found a backpack. the main wreckage is still under water. the plaintiff was rented from a flight school at the concord airport and officials believe the pilot was the only person on board. 8:07 a.m. we are waiting to learn the name of a man who drowned this weekend. these park says a man rented the boat and he was in deep waters and took off his life jacket and jumped into the water. a search for him but they did not find his body until late yesterday. hundreds of teachers and new haven are expected to be back after ending their three week strike. they ratified the new contract yesterday and called for 3% pay raise retroactive to january 1st. a 2.5% bonus for the school year and 1% starting july 1st
and 1% kim gentry based on full funding. 60% voted to pass the deal >> the yes votes set a set up for our next goal is getting better treatment from the district. >> the district was bargaining. here we are at 7.5% they are offering and it goes to show they were just trying to punish teachers all along. >> they say they are still going after recall effort because of how the. transpired >> 808 and a mural of oscar grant at the on display. oscar grant, 22 years old was shot and killed new year's day 10 years ago. the mural is under the bark platform where oscar died and
the street adjacent was officially named oscar grant way and they partnered with the family to create this mural. coming up this morning on the nine here it ktv wanda johnson from the mother of oscar grant will be joining me and sit down with me to talk about the mural. the warriors and toronto for game five of the nba finals and the raptors have clinched their first title and franchise. they host the warriors. and the meantime kevin durrant practicing briefly but still listed as questionable for tonight's game. he is not played in more than a month after straining his right calf. his teammates say they are confident about tonight's game despite having their backs against the wall. >> you will see a resilient warrior team. we then backed into this wall before. obviously it's more daunting being down 3-1 and usually we
respond the best >> when one basketball game and take it from there. we focus on that mission and our history speaks for itself in terms of being able to get that done itself. one basketball game and we will worry about that. >> they closed up the clippers, rockets and trailblazers with winds on the road. if they win tonight's game in oakland and tonight's game starts at 6:00 p.m. orca arena watch party. part of the money goes to chariot and the team will be out there along with your regular game night concessions in warriors merchandise. a deal has been reached between u.s. and mexican officials and we break down that agreement and we will tell you what mexico is promising to do. all morning for parents because of a popular makeup product that's been recalled and what they found in the set
that could make your kids sick. it's slow on these commutes and others are improving just a little bit pick-six 80 looks good out of pleasanton on the way down into fremont. gearing up for another hot day and triple digit heat expected once again and look at your current conditions and what you can expect for the afternoon and the cooling trend coming up. ♪ ♪ with the chase mobile app, jason wu could pay practically anyone, at any bank, all while putting on a runway show for new york fashion week. ♪ ♪ he could. or, he could make it even easier - and set up recurring payments to his neighbor. for cat sitting. (meow) whoa. you've groomed her, too. (cell phone vibrating) and now she's ready for the catwalk. life, lived jason's way. chase. make more of what's yours.
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kroger is recalling frozen dairy products and marked under the private selection brand and the frozen triple berry medley the 48 and 16 ounces sizes and you have these frozen black berries and 16 ounces. the berries error are sold at food call and food select owned by kroger and a best buy sale date that range and june and july and anyone who purchased those berries can return them to the store for a refund. the sba says no illnesses have been reported. our time is 8:14 a.m. a popular makeup product created for young girls and teenagers is being recalled. the fda said stop using jojo makeup spot immediately because asbestos is found in the eye
shadow and it could include lipgloss in jojo became popular on the tv show dance moms and the company has not made any comment on the recall. they said they will get a full return we fully rent if they return the kit. the u.s. and the mexico was able to head off the tax but the president had threatened to oppose starting today. national guard troops are going to the southern border were many central americans cross into the u.s. president trump says he is confident mexico will stem the flow of the migrants into the u.s. but if not he goes back to opposing tariffs. >> if they do what they promised to do. we will see the issue reduced. >> mike rentz will plot for silence asylum will remain in mexico while their a signed
claims are being processed. the time now is 8:16 a.m. tomorrow morning the president is easing restrictions on ethanol. they should be reduced from 15% down to 10% during the summer and they allowed 15% ethanol use year-round which could boost corn prices for farmers who have being seeing their shares go down. >> many candidates have the weekend in iowa complaining and a former vice president joe biden is losing support their and other candidates, the des moines register poll says biden is in first place and back in december 32%. bernie sanders is at 60% in candidates was numbers are rising clued elizabeth warren with 15% and
pete buttigieg at 14%. beto o'rourke who was once considered a leading championship but says it doesn't show the right picture >> i don't know this many months out from the caucuses and iowa that these polls indicate what our prospects are. >> joe biden was not among the candidates campaigning and iowa over the weekend but he will be there tomorrow. 8:17 a.m. and get to where you need to know go and how does it look outside? >> a moderate day and cloudy. i wouldn't call it a terrible commute and a mixed bag we have out there when it comes to the morning commute. this is a look at the freeway here and you can see the traffic is okay for 24 westbound is going to be getting better to lafayette and 27 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze. when you get here things are getting better. not much but it is a strong monday out there. once you get on to the bridge
it looks better in san francisco. we've had our share of issues here but things will get better on the nimitz and this is june like where things get better as we approach the 8:00 hour. we see this wide open spot and union city and as we moved to the silicon valley commute it is obvious today there is traffic but not quite as deep as say if this was february. june is just a little bit later. 8:18 a.m. today is going to be a little harder for our inland communities around the bait and along the coastlines and what we experience on sunday, 10-20 degrees above the seasonal average. temperatures peak and we drop as we get into the bay area tuesday and by wednesday feeling a whole lot more comfortable. today 80s at the coast and 90s around the bay and low 100 inland and areas like livermore
expected to hit 105. we broke a few records yesterday and likely to do it today. the cloud cover mid and high level clouds streaming across the bay and the north and northeast flow continues. not as breezy as the weekend and the red flag warning for our hills has expired but as we know fires have been breaking out. in addition to the hazy conditions we have smoke and today is a fairly good every day. we will get the fog and southerly surge back it looks like late afternoon and tonight for the coastline. we may see an adjustment later today and into the evening hours. half moon bay, 72 downtown san francisco. 73 in livermore. and brentwood 80 degrees for you and it's only age 20:00 a.m. here is where the records are for a break for today -- 8:28
a.m. the record stands at 90 san francisco going to 86 and the standing record 88 and close over livermore, san jose flirting with the record there into the afternoon 100 and your high expected for today. 93 sausalito. 97 casco valley. 100 expected in danville. 103 morgan hill. 93 around the water and santa cruz hot one upper 90s redwood city. 83 by the water and daly city. 83 in pacifica. here is your drop and temperatures. it's better for what we are seeing and wednesday we are talking low to mid 60s along the coastline and low 80s around the bay and low 90s inland and only subtle changes and back to you. >> here is a reminder. download our new weather app that has
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welcome back to morning unto. doctors producing new technology and the fight against cancer. researchers using 3d imaging to target and destroy tumors that and the past were considered inoperable in some payments. reporter and quite little says is getting some patience new hope. >> you just look at everything differently when you are faced with a life-threatening disease. >> reporter: despite being diagnosed two years ago valerie stays hopeful. >> i started this roller coaster ride of going through chemo and radiation. >> thanks to noon technology the 58-year-old is gaining ground against the cancer. >> most people with liver tumors are not a candidate to have them removed. and so another alternative and
instead of remove it we destroyed. >> reporter: a codeveloped advanced 3d image guidance system to make destroying cancer. i can push the needle straight through and you can see how it hit the target. the first time and every time. >> it combines virtual reality, real-time ultrasound and positioning and the screen helps drive to the tumor. >> if you have to stick and re- stick and stick that can cause problems like leading and even potentially spilling tumor cells. >> he performed the surgery using the system a carolinas medical's and her and valerie surgeon, a procedure she is thankful for. >> even if he advances it 1%
i'm always about that. >> improving patient care and giving patients like valerie more hope >> now if you can make it easier for the surgeons and more effective and more people will adapt and hopefully more people will get treated. >> this journey that i have taken has the support and increased my faith. >> that was and why it little reporting. researchers need to get this to doctors nationwide. 8:26 a.m. it's here, fire season. the firefight in southern california near him magic mountain is park visitors evacuate. i'm next. get ready for more blistering hot bay area weather. we are live on the latest on
many parts of the bay area could see temperatures hotter than 100 degrees and we have team coverage and we are tracking the bay area heat and meteorologist rosemary orozco look how hot it will be in your area. >> we will go to christine run down where we keep coming back to you and it gets harder and harder. absolutely, clotting it is hotter. it's scorching bright above walnut creek here and if you thought the weekend was hot get ready because today it will be hotter places like walnut creek concord antioch and they will get an advisory and effect from 10:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. tonight. record or near record heat is being forecasted and temperatures ranging from 95 to
105 degrees and officials say this hot weather raises the fire risk and it could lead to heat related illnesses for heat exhaustion and stroke. the people without air conditioning and all those groups are vulnerable here. if you are going to be outside, do your best to stay hydrated. we talk to people early this morning who are trying to get all of your errands done before it's a very hot afternoon. >> we go for hike for the day and i'm going to go out and do it right now. 630 or 7:00. i get it in now before it gets hot. >> spare the air alerts in effect today and the bay area quality management says unhealthy air quality is a possibility. so if you are commuting today or run errands you are asked to find a law alternative and back out here
live and in just a few hours from this morning from where we are today it is a noticeably hotter and we feel the heat bear down on the pavement. there is a sign behind us with the temperature sank 77 degrees and we got here around 6:00 a.m. it was 70 and to some degree rise and temperature in a few short hours. if you are outside where your sunscreen and keep fluids near you and load up on the water because it is going to be hot. walnut creek christine run down . >> we were going to go to there. rosemary? >> dave wants to go for a dip >> definitely the place to be for today and we have cooler weather coming our way and the days ahead and today is
expected to be the hottest day as christina mentioned at walnut creek and everyone and the 70s and nearing 80 for some of our inland areas of santa rosa at 7 degrees in san francisco 74 never cooled off and the overnight hours. san francisco started at 74 this morning. 75 in oakland. low 70s and livermore and along the coast and around the bay we are similar to where we were yesterday and warmer for some along our bayside communities and inland we expect to be warmer. here is where we are up by 7 degrees and oakland, hayward, a few degrees warmer and 5 degrees warmer in nassau. this trend will continue into the afternoon and we can see the cloud cover off the coastline and partly cloudy skies and mostly clearly skies and mid- level high clouds before the search moves and and brings and
the clouds and the fog and it may happen as early as this evening and it is a rave. the coast receives it first and they feel and by tomorrow and inland cities may wait a day or two and we will begin to drop off the cool down will come wholeheartedly probably wednesday. winds generally light with a north, northeast flow and place that keeps our conditions dry. very busy over the weekend. we had a red flag warning and very hot and dry. it goes into an effect north bay is based in san francisco holds the west edge along the coastline and areas near half moon bay you are set to break a record and not a look at the heat advisory. san jose will get very close
either read or break records for the afternoon and san jose expected to grow 100 degrees and standing record 101. highs and the north by 94 fair catch field. despite low 90s along the shore. 101 walnut creek for the south bay into the afternoon 100 in san jose and by the water 93 and the afternoon high 83 for half moon bay and 86 at san francisco and 2 degrees shy of tying a redwood temperature. low 60s at the coast, low 90s inland and that's a nice we will see as we get into the weekend as well. back to you. >> good morning, sal. >> thank you very much. san francisco airport is not
experiencing airport delays today and i've been looking at newark international and people are traveling in san francisco does not have expected delays and the planes are coming out at sufficient speed. let's look at the richmond bridge getting better. also 80 getting better out to the macarthur me. still crowded at the bay bridge. a 20-25 minute break before you make it out. 880 is low from 238 and pockets into fremont. as we look at san jose some slowing into the west valley. at 8:36 a.m. let's go back to the --. fire burning and northern california is the sand fire burning and yolo county which is 45 miles north of woodland 45 my miles from the city of davis. overnight progress his it
overnight complained and it did not burn past what it has already burned. more than 300 people have been urged to evacuate near highway 41 and state ha16. it's three points five square miles but no homes have burned. 700 firefighters are out there and link the flames were high temperatures have dried it out >> the flame is heading up the fill and heating the product and fuel ahead of it and when the wind blows that's what makes it more difficult for us. >> fortunately, no injuries have been reported. investigators do not know how it started. two big amusement parks expected to reopen after wildfire temporarily shut that down yesterday. magic, smoke and ash fell down on the amusement park visitors, they closed roads and park
visitors had to shelter and place near the back of the amusement park and many say the fast-moving flames survived them . >> nine of the amusement park guests were treated for smoke inhalation and the fire which is still burning and the hills north of magic mountain is now 50% contained. >> supervisors are expected to ban e-cigarettes. the committee recommended the full board approve at least one of two measures and it would hold them before being approved by the fda and they would ban the project on city owned property. opponents say it will close some places. they are set to vote on the two
measures next week. san francisco-based jewel has been given a $7.5 million grant to meharry medical college and tennessee funding research of vaping. actual and other manufacturers will research their products although many researchers have been hesitant to accept the money. >> they are set to make a decision until 2022 and era products are safe. a 39:00 a.m. and we hope you join us later this afternoon when rupaul's new show premieres. rupaul joined us in the studio talking about how the new talk show is a continuation of many of the conversations we have on rupaul's drag race. and drag race we talk about superficial things but there are a lot of heavy topics we deal with on drag race and i feel we are teaching a new
audience how to have those conversations without it being such a downer. >> rupaul's guest james gordon just hosted last night tony award show in jonathan andrew scott, the property brothers and the show airs on "ktvu fox" two and again on "ktvu plus." starbucks making another move to go greener and what they will start doing with its disposable cup. the mayor of san jose will be joining us talking about his vision for the city with the mayor proposing to expand the city's program that helps employ the homeless.
focusing on the city's limited resources on basic needs and the south bank from combating the homeless problem and other learning programs for children. that's what santa fe mayor san lopardo will be talking about and we welcome back to me or do every month the mornings unto. good morning, mayor. >> good morning, claudine. >> we will talk about the budget but we have a couple of
days into the start of this week. tell me what you are doing to address that with your residents? >> we know a lot of folks don't have air conditioning and their own home. come to libraries and community centers in ac and water are typically seniors are vulnerable and then the centers are extending the hours be open until 9:00 p.m. to should to ensure anyone who needs a cool environment and get that on her website. >> we will point back to "ktvu." we want everyone to stay safe. let's look to the budget though. when you talk about the budget, when the phrase limited resources comes in and the big picture how difficult is this to try to figure out where you put those dollars? >> the good news is we are not cutting this here. we are putting money away and paying down some debt and putting reserves and place
because the economy will turn and we want to be ready for that. we are trying to focus our darrell issa on the highest need and highs need neighborhood and we know with the prosperity of our family a lot of folks are struggling and we want to know with struggling the most. >> i know you have the latest number that showed a big jump of 42%. a lot of issues to talk about when you're talking about how to address the problem of homelessness. the rich program you want to give that more money. >> yes, we have created a program, a partnership with a couple of nonprofits to provide a work first a price approach for those who work to get off the street and they are working cleaning hours streets. and our public spaces. with that job they can get at a better job. one quarter of assistance have
been moved down to full employment and making more money. we will extend the program and hopefully we will get 100 homeless individuals employed this year. >> $250,000, it's great work but when you talk about 100 people as part of a larger movement that i imagine needs to be put into play? >> we want to be able to improve success with the small cohort. we know the need is much greater. it's important we do this right. she is being helped to a path of insufficiency and work is getting done to clean our streets. >> $750,000 to restart the program and why is it so important to get those officers on the street to talk to those people and the neighborhood. >> for a decade now, many folks know we have really struggled because the size of our
apartment has struck so much. good news is now we are growing to a point where we can start to restore foot patrol and the community policing model as an essay helped launch decades ago and focusing on high need neighborhoods where we see crime. we can get officers on the sidewalks and engaging with residents more and a collaborative way. we can do more to deter crime and get community engaged in making their own community safe. i know you've got $300,000 for you summer learning program as well as 500,000 from your budget that you want to put in their? >> yes. we will show more kids get access. >> a lot of parents saying what do i do with my kids now that they are out of school. thanks for joining us. good luck. >> thank you, claudine.
let's go to sal for a look at the traffic. somewhat nondescript if you are driving on 80 westbound you will see. >> reporter: slow traffic coming out to the macarthur maze and when you get to the bay bridge things are better and getting better than they where and the 20 minute bay and the east bay commute getting better and slow from hayward to fremont because of earlier incidents. we had a slow down approaching the thumb margin bridge here and for the most part things are getting better and the south bay. at 8:48 a.m. let's bring in rosemary. >> we see temperatures dropping off by tomorrow. heat advisory and place until 9:00 p.m. tonight does exclude most of the coast. inland cities getting to 100
degrees and above that in some areas. we have a hazy sky. spare the air day. smoke drifting and from the fires burning for partly cloudy skies to start the day and the north northeast flow continues although it is light and foremost it's calm. 75 in oakland and we have 78 at san francisco and low 70s and half moon bay and getting into the afternoon low 80s pacifica low to mid to upper 90s around the bay and 103 expected for concord. 103 the south bay of morgan hills. the extended forecast. temperatures do begin to fall off tomorrow and then we get into some comfortable weather wednesday through the weekend and low 90s and wind and back to you. >> thanks, rosemary >> calls for stricter rules and the dental office and the dental group weighing in on the use of anesthesia after in oakland boyd died after being sedated. >> the oakland meatless burger,
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8:55 a.m. still to come. oscar grant shot and killed by a bird police officer 10 years ago. this morning i will sit down with oscar grant's mother talking about how the community is pulling together to make sure her son is never forgotten. a big medical breakthrough for its tiny patient. a baby is delivered thanks to 3d technology and we will explain more on the revolution.
liver transplant, so he was airlifted to children's hospital in miami. when the family arrived, they learned at only 8 pounds, he was too small for the transplant. that was when doctors incorporated 3-d technology to help.>> we had to cut just a piece of a liver from a two- year-old, so it really was a piece of liver that was probably 100 g, 150 g, it is a little bit rare to use such a tiny piece of liver, but he needed it. so, thank god everything worked out. >> please register and give the gift of life. he saved a life just for being a registered donor. >> we will forever be an advocate of donation.>> the surgeons used two innovative technologies to help cvb tiny's organs and pull off the successful surgery. >> times 8:59 am. according to a new study, america's workforce, more success driven than any ever generation. generation the workers believe
achieving academic and career success, it is critical to their self-identity, we are not really sure why, they feel that way about their self-identity. the oakland community is honoring the lof ofc. grant, 10 years after he was killed by a police officer. we sit down with his mother to talk about the mural, dedicated to his memory. plus, new therapy to reduce the impact of concussions, how researchers are making strides with magnetic stimulation. and a rising star on the san francisco scene, we welcome chef kim to the studio, she will give us a taste of what's on the menu at the star chef gala in san francisco. it is a hot day in the city. they made this song and 66, still applies today. it is summer in the city, and it is going to be 86 degrees