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safety concerns, community leaders and one city holding a vigil to help calm the latino community after the week and smash shooting. the president changed his tone on gun control, why he is now confident the gop will passed stricter gun loss. a two-year-old home for the hospital after being hit by a hit-and-run driver, her recovery and how the community rallied around the family. >> good morning to you and welcome to mornings onto on this saturday, august 10 i am claudia long. i am frank mallicoat. begin with serious breaking news, according to the new york times, jeffrey epstein has died, found unresponsive in his jail cell and his death comes
two weeks after he was placed on suicide watch because he was found nearly unconscious in a cell with injuries on his neck. the multimillionaire was being held without bail pending trial on child sex trafficking charges, again this is breaking news, will follow the story throughout the morning. 7:01 am let's get you out the door, we can is here, the sun remains the same right? >> we do have interesting changes, although it is hard to tell. i need the radar view. >> but yeah, we've had a mild weather coming our way today and we heat up tomorrow. >> reporter: let me show you what's happening outside our doors, look across the bay we can see the clouds in place this morning, the low clouds, mid and high level clouds, a pretty view. getting into the afternoon we will clear, the clouds partly cloudy for the afternoon away from the coastline and again temperatures expected to be on the mild side. at least this time of the year. another view of the golden gate bridge where we are stuck in
fog, tempter's in san francisco 62, santa rosa 59, 60s oakland, livermore, san jose, numbers are up a few degrees from yesterday morning and it could feel muggy out there, it has to do with the system rolling through, right along the border of oregon and northern california. that is bringing a little more humid missed to the forecast as well as mid and high level clouds people seen time to time the last few days. the low clouds expected to hang along the coastline as we get into the afternoon but for the rest mostly sunny, wind onshore 12 miles an hour fairfield, very light breeze and there's a look at the system right in there, picking up on rain and thunder, lightning over northern california. for us to, unseasonably mild, 81 for concord, 74 oakland, 67 san francisco, temperatures take a big leap tomorrow, i have details coming up in the
extended forecast. new this morning san jose police arrested a man following a 10 hour standoff after the man violated a restraining order. please called to the home at the 200 block of kings road a few blocks away from 11 after the victim said a man was trying to enter the home. the suspect whose name has not been released remain in the home after the residence left, the officers entered the home around 2:30 pm, the suspect armed himself with a knife. the suspect taken into custody just before 10 pm last night, taking of the hospital with self-inflicted wounds. >> firefighters stop the grass fire that broke out near homes and businesses, just before 2 pm yesterday afternoon on camino loop north of 580, fire crews say 248 acres have burned, it took dozens of ground crew's, tankers and your support to put it out. the cause of the fire under investigation. a vegetation fire in lee
county 75% contain, cal fire reduce the acreage from 33 acres to 20, have a great hundred is lifted, it broke out thursday afternoon and kelsey will, at one point a few homes threatened but none damage, crews plan to be at the same mopping up and looking for hotspots. firefighters investigating the cause of a fire that damaged the warehouse at a furnace workspace that started just before 6:30 am yesterday morning at 23rd avenue and east 11th street right off interstate 880, you can see a plume of smoke of the fire destroyed at least 10 businesses that were part of an artist collective known as m0xy (with a zero) , no one was inside the building and no one was injured, firefighters say determining the cause could take time but for now they do not suspect arson. >> it is not suspicious, it seems accidental in nature but they are trying to pinpoint how and why it happened. >> no one lives inside the building, firefighters say the
warehouse is divided into 37 individual spaces, for artist to work on projects such as woodworking and metal crafting. more information coming out about the man suspected of brandishing a gun on the san campus, 23-year-old joshua castro booked into the jail on charges that include a felon in possession of a firearm, resisting arrest and parole violation. they were locked on thursday night after receiving a report of an armed man on campus. san jose state send a text alert or alerting students about the incident and castro was found in the ventilation system of the athletic building. authorities did not find a weapon on him but eventually found a handgun that had been discarded nearby. community members coming together for a vigil in support of the shaken latino community on edge after the recent mass shootings, the vigil held at the plaza, organized by a coalition of nonprofits the serve immigrant families, as amberley explains organizers
say it is time to heal from the heard of the recent shootings. >> reporter: as the sun setting in concord, the name of each victim from the shootings in gilroy, el paso and dayton were read during what organizers describe as a respect for humanity vigil. >> a lot of families having nightmares. what could happen of them. >> it definitely has hit very close to home. >> reporter: maria says she has several relatives who work at the el paso walmart where mass shooting occurred. >> they are scared, the community has been traumatized by this. >> reporter: the dorado family tells me their nine-year-old daughter expressed concern about attending this event. >> i was worried there would be gun shooters here. i feel really safe with all of these people, i kinda feel
comfortable with this. >> that is part of what we are showing, we want to stay home and talk about it quietly and not do anything about it. >> we will make sure your children are safe as possible. >> reporter: paul with united latino voices, he helped organize this event. he says a mother contacted him to say she didn't want to let her children go to school. she feared for their safety. he hopes this vigil will help calm fears and serve as an anchor for a community a draft. >> they are seeking someone, somewhere to console themselves, and grief is temporary. we keep going. it's a passage, not a place we stay. >> reporter: the mayor of concorde says she wanted to participate to show the latino community the city supports them. >> i know right now it is very difficult, when they watch on the national stage they feel targeted in under attacks we wanted to reassure them that concorde is different. >> i worry about my neighbors. i think we just need to come
together and take care of each other. >> we shall overcome. >> reporter: organizers say the vigil is a call to action, they are urging people to register to vote and to get out and vote each and every election. in concorde, amber leigh , ktvu fox 2 news. today is a week since the mass shooting in el paso, texas and investigators releasing more details about the gunman. patrick crusius. authority say he confessed while he was surrendering, they also say he waived his miranda rights and agreed to talk to a detective. police that he walked into the walmart with an ak-47 assault rifle targeting mexicans, he's accused of killing 22 people and injuring two dozen others. in washington president trump says he will support new laws to strengthen back on checks for gun purchases, despite pushback from the nra.
the president said something similar last year after the parkland school shooting but later backed off under pressure from the nra, but before leaving washington friday for vacation the president said it is now time for congress to get it done. >> we don't want insane people, mentally ill people, bad, dangerous people, we don't want guns in the hands of the wrong people. >> on twitter, chuck schumer urged the president to act now saying that the president needs the nra to sign offered legislation it will be even harder to accomplish. in response to the recent shootings walmart is getting rid of violent video games displayed inside it stores, employees also instructed to turn off hunting season videos in the sporting goods department. the promotions are going away, walmart still plans to sell the video games, and also sell the guns. happening today the gilroy rodeo back with a jampacked weekend of events, today's events kickoff with the ranch rodeo starting at adm. food vendors will be open on site for those watching the events, at 1 pm live music
before the rodeo dance at 8 pm. organizers are hoping for a big turnout over the weekend, so far they installed three times more tickets than last year, there will be stepped up security at the event, traffic guards and county sheriff's deputies will be patrolling the grounds in force, and proceeds from this year's rodeo go to local youth groups, to cancer charity and the victims of the gilroy festival shooting. the music begins at noon and day two of the music and arts festival, headliners include childless gambino and the event is going off without major problems. people say they have noticed more security than normal but in the wake of the mass shooting people say they welcome the increased presence. >> it was handled really well, we were ushered through and everyone was very mindful about security. it felt very safe. >> more than 2000 people expected to attend, there is an
area called grassland for marijuana products, in a designated consumption area. 7:11 am on this friday morning, she was hit by a drunk driver and took off. the long recovery for the two-year-old victim finally home from the hospital. an epidemic of car break- ins, how cities are splitting multimillion dollar grants to go after it.
medicine for the people, playing at outside lands this weekend, outside lands, i think they have a good forecast if you think about heading out, i will detail what to expect their and the rest of our neighborhoods for your weekend coming up. five south bay cities have been awarded a state grant to fight car break-ins and smash and grab robberies, the announced $3.7 million yesterday, police departments in the cities will get an equal share, the money will be used for more staffing, surveillance cameras and public outreach. >> this money, and effort put forward for us is invaluable. it will hopefully change the dynamic of what we are seeing. >> bay area police chief said raking rates have increased significantly in their city, their promising more funding if the money leads to lower break
in rates. >> the man who walked into the walmart wearing body armor and causing panic in missouri is charges making a terrorist threat. the 23rd suspect told police he was testing his right to bear arms when he walked in the store and began turning shoppers. quick thinking walmart employees pulled the fire alarm to get people out, a former firefighter detain the suspect. he was armed, himsin the suspect until police arrived. i asked him if he was the mail inside and he stated yes and i drew my weapon and told him to put his hands in the air, even though i'm no longer a public safety i still feel i can protect people if i need to and that was my intention. hopefully my actions prevented something like el paso from happening. >> no shots fired and no one hurt but the incident came five days after 22 people were killed at the mall will walmart in el paso. a bay area man held by isys begin publicly for the first time after spending three months inside a detention center.
paul chambers reports, daly city police arrested him during a traffic stop and turn them over to the immigration agents in violation of california's sanctuary law. >> after serving three months and an ice detention center josi armando escobar lopez spoke publicly for the first time outside ice headquarters in san francisco he told us about the night and may when daly city police arrested him and turn them over to ice. >> i was just driving and i noticed flashing lights behind me, and i worried maybe i committed some traffic violation. his fiancie and her brother were also in the car, she says they were headed home from church when the officer arrested 21-year-old lopez, she said they were never told why they were stopped. >> they took his id, and said he had a deportation order. that was the time the police arrested him. >> reporter: at the age of 17 lopez came to the u.s. seeking
refuge leaving his be his family behind in el salvador after he said he was targeted by gangs and witnessed violence during his childhood. in 2017 he was given a deportation order after failing to show up at court, he says he never received the notice which came back to haunt him, that night daly city police took him into custody. >> five minutes after i was in the jail cell, and i.c.e. agents showed up and began to shackle me right away. >> this is surveillance from inside daly city police department showing the i.c.e. agent cuffing his arms and legs while an officer watched. he says he was afraid he would be deported back to el salvador, lopez first sent to yuba city and transported to a nice processing center in bakersfield, supporters say that shouldn't have happened because the rest of violates the sanctuary law, senate bill 54 prohibiting police from cooperating with i.c.e. unless the person is suspected of a serious crime. lopez says he didn't receive a citation during a traffic stop. >> his civil rights violated by the daly city police, therefore
he was the victim. >> reporter: the community held multiple vigils and demonstrations demanding he be released, his fiancie says she had to work two jobs to pay the bills while he was detained. lopez's lawyer says he is filing for a visa given to undocumented people who are victims of certain crimes, his lawyer says he was falsely imprisoned by daly city pd and i.c.e. and believes they should help her client. >> we are demanding, in order to fully do more than just words, they should sign a certification and restore him to wholeness. >> reporter: the police are no longer commenting on the case, we referred to the city manager's office who is yet to give a statement. in the newsroom paul chambers ktvu fox 2 news. 7:18 am, it feels a little cool out there. we will take it. >> reporter: we have a mild day ahead, at least by august standards. we'll get back to the hot weather soon enough.
outside our doors at this hour, looking at all the fog that swallowed up the golden gate bridge. foggy conditions from the coast and around the bay, partly to mostly cloudy for the rest of us mid and high level clouds on top of the low clouds and it has to do with the system here that develops off the pacific northwest, and moving through areas of oregon and northern california. if you look closely you can even see a lightning show going on. it looks like on the east side of redding. for us it is just marine layer, mixing things up a little and that brought sunnier skies yesterday. likely the same today. here's a look of the storm tracker to, clouds overhead at the moment, but as we get into the second part of the morning and into the early afternoon we are looking at mostly clear skies. even partly cloudy at the coastline today. look at how mild we are this morning. 62 degrees to start your day in novato. inner east bay 67 for you and concorde and brett what.
around the bay 66 oakland along the peninsula 63 now in redwood city. it will fl muggy for the afternoon. if you are going to outside land, partly to mostly cloudy skies for the first part of the morning and into the afternoon partly cloudy. mid 60s by noon, upper 60s for the second part of the day in san francisco. getting into the evening we will cool off into the low 60s. but again, a nice day, going to oracle park for the game, temperature upper 60s over san francisco for the afternoon, 74 in oakland, the raiders preseason game later today. low 80s for the inner east bay of concorde into the north bay, 80 for napa, as we head down towards the south, 79 san jose, upper 70s santa clara. going to leave a, lake tahoe for you, temperatures nice, mild, not too warm, mid to
upper 60s in the forecast today. low to mid 70s expected by tomorrow. temperatures begin to rebound into tomorrow. look at that, by sunday inland cities about 90 degrees or so, 5 to 10 degrees jump. you'll notice that. into monday and tuesday low to mid 90s for inland cities, 80s around the bay and slightly cooler on wednesday. pretty much lays it out for you there, mild today. >> yesterday was great for the zip trip. >> it warmed up pretty quickly. >> thank you rosemary. a school system using tablets on buses to make sure students have a safe commute to get to the right location. a deputies patrol car burst into flames, by a bear is being blamed for the crash, more on that when we come back.
says 40 agent forced her to remove her to job. she lives in santa clara and her sister tweeted about the incident saying she had pastor air sport security when the agent told her to remove her headscarf because she wasn't wearing it and her id photo. she did so and was able to board the plane. their online later apologized and said the situation should've been handled differently. 7:24 am, the voter registration program reportedly full of problems, a new state audit says the program is confusing to voters, the issues like to hundreds of thousands of discrepancies and the launch the motor voter program last year not a mcclay registers people to vote when they visit the dmv unless they opt out. transit set to return resumes service tomorrow, the billion-dollar boston animal reopen last month and service
has slowly been returning. a.c. transit says they will pick up and drop off passengers beginning sunday with buses running full commute schedule monday morning. the trees in center has been closed for months after? discovered in the steel beams that support the bus deck. to fire and crash and humble county that was caused by a falling bear, last week i will county sheriff's deputy was responding to a call, the deputies driving on state route 96, the bear fell or jumped up but ended up at the top of the patrol car. it veered off the road and rolled on its side and burst into flames. you can see the burned out shell of the patrol car, fortunately the deputies got out and escaped without serious injuries. the bear ran away. check out this video. this viewer captured this video from a drone in pacifica friday. you can see not far from the
beach where people were relaxing. it's tough to see but at one point it appears there were seven sharps seven sharks between 12 and 4 pm during peak time for people visiting. that is why i love lake tahoe. >> 7:26 am, amazon moving forward with plans to deliver alcohol in san francisco, the online retail giant filed an application with the state for an alcohol license and if approved amazon would be able to deliver wine over the internet to people in the city. back in june amazon apply for different license to deliver wine and spirits in the city, amazon already delivers alcohol to customers in seattle, l.a., chicago, houston and washington, d.c. families across the bay area preparing for back-to-school. >> that time of the year, how the san rafael police
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happy weekend one and all, it's saturday, we have clouds out there, a cooling trend before it heats up. kudos to mr. paul simon, rosemary is rocking a little. paul simon still bringing in, he will be the headliner of outside lands, good weather if you're heading that way. >> good crowd. >> always. >> welcome back everyone i am frank mallicoat. i'm claudine wong, meteorologist rosemary orozco with a look at our forecast, and it's not predictable. will it is predictable. >> maybe for me. >> for us, it depends on what you planned this weekend. it's whatever you want to do this part of the weekend. >> hello. >> we have cloudy skies overhead, we cannot get used to
this during the summer months when we wake up and start with gray skies, into the afternoon a little sunshine, temperatures unseasonably mild today. we do have the system playing a part in our weather for the last couple of days and will continue to today. yesterday we clear it nicely from the coast around the bay and inland, wiped out the marine layer, and outside lands, a very enjoyable day. the clouds back, look at the golden gate bridge, you can't see it but 62 san francisco, upper 60s santa rosa, 60s run oakland, livermore and san jose. >> reporter: a relatively mild start for many, warmer than yesterday and it may feel a little muggy. in addition to low clouds mid and high level clouds. those mid and high level clouds out there coming from the north. that has to do with the system also bringing thunder and lightning to northern california. even the possibility of a few scattered showers here although it doesn't look like it will materialize. partly cloudy, dry conditions, on short breeze, fairfield five morse an hour, oakland six, a
look at what i was talking about a moment ago. northern california and oregon, into washington getting wet weather, thunder and lightning reported their, squeeze in closer in you can see over the last few hours as it rolled through on the east side of redding. afternoon highs partly cloudy conditions, 67 san francisco. a lot going on in san francisco including the giants game, 75 for the east bay shore of hayward, low 80s concorde, south bay, 79 san jose and 80s santa rosa and napa. temperatures will climb into your bay area sunday, look at the warming trend expected in just a little bit. young girl back home after getting hit by a suspected drunk driver and spending a month in the hospital. the two-year-old can once again play with family dogs at her home. her parents say they appreciated the outpouring of support they have gotten as she
recovers from a fractured skull and collapsed lung. the little girl broke away from her grip great-grandmother in the parking lot, stepped into the traffic and was hit by a car which did not stop and kept going. hospital for 23 days, much of it spent under sedation. the last time they took the tubes out was when we felt like we had our daughter back. >> we would see more and more of her personality coming, more of her letting you touch her hands now, one need to start to draw. >> police arrested the suspect within hours of the hit-and-run, the 47-year-old from maine in jail, investigators say he lost his driver's license after dui can conviction, convicted of drunk driving three more time since. california attorney general reach a settlement with merrick
county school district accused of racial segregation. rob ross reports, the discrimination at the school in marin city was intentional. martin luther king jr. academy in marine city, a predominantly black and latino elementary and middle school, the california attorney general says it has been victimized by intentional segregation and discrimination. >> reporter: depriving the child of a fair chance to learn. is wicked, warped, morally bankrupt. and it is correct. an investigation found that pass school trustees from the sausalito maron city school district may deliberate decisions to segregate the school and undercut the schools programs. but investigators say at the same time the same decision- makers were guaranteeing stable funding for willow creek academy, a charter k-8 school in sausalito or more white students from the district
attend. the cuts to funding for bayside mlk resulted in a school that was not only segregated but offering an inferior educational program. >> he came to the school to announce a settlement with the school district to end segregation, the settlement calls for creating a plan to make bayside mlk more diverse, and also cause calls for scholarships, counseling program for students who attend the school and the past six years and an outside monitor. >> today's settlement with agl, now enables the district to move forward with full transparency. lifting the perceived veil of secrecy. >> reporter: parents and community leaders are pleased the issue has been brought to ahead. >> right now we have all eyes on this district. and again i think it is a great thing. >> reporter: some they say the school district is being portrayed in an unfair light. >> that's the message everyone is sending to the world, we are somehow wanting segregation and
we wanted to be this way, we don't want to be this way. >> reporter: the announcement should be a call to action to all school districts in california. to follow through on their responsibilities under the law. parents and elected officials say discussions are already underway to stop the problem by merging the schools into one. there is no timetable yet on how long that might take. and mayor and city rob ross ktvu fox 2 news. the president of the san francisco school board says he has a solution for the controversial merrill at washington high school. the plan will be introduced at next week's board meeting focusing on covering the mirror without destroying it. it was created in the 30s to depict george washington's life and includes images of african- american slaves and white settlers and native americans. a san jose man who sued his adopted parents after they abused him has been awarded $20 million. the judge awarded the 27-year-
old the money in a civil suit against his adopted parents, ralph and carolyn. he was nine years old when the wealthy couple adopted him from an orphanage in russia, in 2017 the father was sentenced to prison in the mother eight to 12 year sentence. dennis wants to use the money to start physical mental healing business. mercury news reports a conservative group judicial watch filed a suit against the california secretary of state, the suit claims the laws unconstitutional and taxpayer money cannot be used to enforce it, the law requires all publicly traded companies in california have at least one woman on their board of directors by the end of the year, the bill's author called the lawsuit disappointing and questionable. modesto city council denied a request to hold a straight pride rally this month, in a city park organizers say the rally would celebrate traditional gender roles, christian anthony in weston's
ablation. critics accused the group of spreading hateful and anti-gay message. city leaders say the request was denied over safety concerns because the group doesn't have insurance. the city says the event, to still take place in a downtown plaza if organizers get the insurance by next week. marin city students getting help with the back-to-school shopping day. the centreville police department and fire department teamed up to take them shopping, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. shopping is always a big part of the returned to school, tell us what is happening and the kids being served by today's event. >> reporter: this morning the kids showed up at marin target and we had a bus that brought them to san rafael where they have a nice big supply of school clothing.
they all have to wear uniforms to school, so they have a nice big supply of uniforms here. we give them $100 gift cards. they can spend and spend and get what they need. they come to the cash register, they have the tools they need for school. >> >> reporter: serving 50 kids. >> i didn't mean to interrupt. they were also have police officers helping the kids do shopping as well. >> we have police officers, we've a lot of volunteers, closed to 20 volunteers came down around five, 5:30 pm, we have a lot of people here who came for set up. each volunteer gets one child and they take him in. >> we have covered these events before, what is so cool, school
supplies are important obviously, the $100 they get when they pick their own stuff and feel good and have this interaction with police. there so much more to it, seeing all the volunteers there to help. that makes thchildren feel good which is so important as they start school. >> i agree. >> reporter: the salvation army is here to really help anyone in the community who it is in need, where they can't get help elsewhere. these children, they go to school already. they have their clothing and then we also give them a backpack full of school supplies. >> reporter: i should ask when people are watching this, i didn't sign up for this, they shouldn't just show up. this is already been an organizing event, and have people signed up prior. >> reporter: that is right.
when we expect them to sign up ahead of time, i don't know if we were turn someone away if they did show up. >> i bet. if you feel good you do well in school. talk about the parents, will the herons will apparently in the periphery? i assume they are helping, excited that you're helping their child. they come down and support their child. >> reporter: they are really excited that they get to get their child everything they need for school. you get to see their child smiling and happy. they get to see a little of the event. it is great work you are doing and we appreciate you taking the time to talk to us. $100, back-to-school supplies can be very expensive. expensive for families, teachers preparing their classrooms, thank you for the work you are doing this morning . >> thank you, thank you for having us on here. >> have a great day.
have fun shopping. >> no kidding. a little place free to put your pens and pencils, have to have a new one of those. i don't even know if they have them anymore, that was my thing back in the day. >> they literally have everything. coming up next tens of thousands of concert goers flocking to golden gate park. outside lands, the music festival allowing marijuana sales for the first time. the action a man took during a police right along that helped officers, coming up. yep! oh, yeah! seriously, save on fall styles for women, men, boys and girls. at the ross shoe event. on now.
giving you a live look at the east bay, we are covered and gray this morning but we will break away to mostly sunny skies at some point today. temperatures will feel quite nice, mild today, warm tomorrow, did anyone from the station see the rainbow girls last night? i'm assuming, or yesterday at outside lands? no, frank is shaking his head no. i don't think claudie was there. >> as fun as i like to be a and be at outside lands yesterday. >> it wasn't happening. >> it looked like it was a great day weatherwise, and another great one coming, i will have details coming up. >> thank you rosemary, schools in florida trying to get back from school safely, a new tablet gives bus drivers what they need to make it happen, larry greenberg explains how the tablets will prevent students from being dropped off at the wrong location. >>
>> reporter: the automated vase voice your hearing is a new tablet, writing inside every volusia county school bus. >> it's a game changer. game changing new technology , driving safety forward, walking in the bus students place their id in this pad. and then. >> it would tell me what bus, bus number and route number. >> reporter: it's been seven years and students started entering their id here when they get on or off the bus, but now all that information transfers to this tablet. >> address, phone numbers, emergency contact information. anything i might need while the buses stopped. >> reporter: 21st century bus driving that should prevent him from dropping students off at the wrong stop relieving kids on the bus. >> now i know where they're supposed to be, if there on the run also the potential to know more about them. >> it will let us know what students earn the school bus
from first up in what school they go to. also equipped with gps, the 275 tablets cost $190,000. paid for by the hassan sales tax. volusia the first district in the state to use the tablets. not only making students safer. >> the last two years i've driven i had to learn their names by asking. >> also more familiar with their drivers. >> i will see the her name and i can look at look up at them and greet them initially off the bat first day of school. in volusia county lara greenberg fox news. a young man in sacramento with dreams of becoming a police officer got real life experience on a recent right along. the 18-year-old help prevent an officer from being harmed on a ride along with michael bradley when officers checked a suspicious van, after placing one of the three men in handcuffs the other suspect started to fight with officer. he stayed in the car for his own safety but used the patrol car radio to call for back up.
>> the back up helped officer bradley get everyone in custody and everything calm down. >> i've never had a ride along be so observant of their surroundings in my server are mice running. the officer wasn't injured and all man taken into custody, soon he will be headed to college in missouri but said he plans to come back after graduation enjoy the sacramento police department canine division. today is a day to spend outdoors and their numerous activities to the bay area. here are a few of them, san rafael art and rome wine festival, located on an 11 acre country estate on the national historic register, live music, more than 25 booth selling art, jewelry and clothing. you can also head to san francisco because the sky is filled with colorful viewings, the kite festival, let your imagination soar.
is for the entire family, there will be a booth where you can build your own kite and talk to experts and get tips on how to keep the kite flying, which is harder than it looks depending on the day. >> the wind has been with us the last few days, should be a good day right? >> looking at another beautiful day, today should be a lot like yesterday. a lot of cloud cover but by the afternoon plenty of sunshine, tenders above average for our inland community. >> reporter: well into the mid- 80s today, how about that. we do have a lot going on, in addition to the festivals, we have the giants playing, raiders playing, the niners plane and a look at some of the partly cloudy and mostly cloudy skies over the east bay. here's a view of storm tracker to, the pattern that set up has to do with the system right in here, bringing rain and storms to northern california, oregon. we may squeeze out a few scattered showers over the bay area but it doesn't look like it. partly cloudy skies today, dry conditions and temperatures
again average, from the coast around the bay. for inland communities enjoying unseasonably mild weather we have the clouds in place, low clouds, fog, mid level clouds, high level clouds, as we get into the afternoon looking at mid and high level clouds, low clouds expected to burn back. hayward right now, livermore a gentle onshore breeze, seven, san jose a north breeze at three, onshore breeze through downtown fairly light, 10 to 15 miles per hour or so. a view of our temperatures, warmer than yesterday. still a little muggy, 70 right now, 67 concorde, run the bank, 66 in oakland, 62 downtown san francisco, upper 50s to low 60s for the north bay. look at your forecast, if you're going to see the giants play 66 a game-tying with temperatures expected to remain the upper 50s over san francisco, mostly sunny skies,
west breeze and 10 to 15 miles an hour or so, similar conditions expected out towards golden gate park for outside lands. around the bay a lot of 70s, pleasant weather coming our way, even inland communities, could be well into the 90s and we will get into the 90s again, 83 livermore, 80 over the north bay of the napa and south bay upper 70s expected. mountain view, santa clara, san jose, afternoon game for the niners. going to tahoe upper 60s today, low to mid 70s tomorrow, warmer day sunday, warmer day for us will also be sunday. take a look at the 5 to 10 degrees warming expected for the back end of the weekend. if you like it warmer it is coming. monday into tuesday the hottest days in the inland city, heating up into the mid-90s by monday. slightly cooler wednesday. kind of a nice combo.
big day at oracle park is the giant celebrate education day on the saturday, the giants community find will give out $5000 scholarships to a deserving young eighth grade boys and girls in the bay area, and salute former recipients who graduated from high school this past year, honorees get to stay and watch the phillies game this afternoon in the can only hope for a better result today and last night. bryce harper said see you later, absolutely crushes the baseball, they go up 5-3 in the fifth. with amanda fifth, take that, giant catcher lifts the home run, two-run shot, tied up at five but all for not. the encore came up, another
shot here. and that is a base hit, giants tied up, harbor came up to hit a home run to win it all, the giants three games under 500, better news on the front, taking on the white sox in a nice start, going deep in the second, 25th of the year, 1-0 that's all they need it, like fires, and james mccann will swing two, eight shutout innings, and chad will buttoned up with a to run jack in the 80s, they when it big, 7-0. not just a half-game and that wildcard rates. get ready for football, it is here, raiders and the niners in the preseason turf, for niners hosting the cowboys, while the raiders host the rams, the raiders game live right here on ktvu fox two
tonight. the new guy, antonio brown will not be there, threatening to retire already if the league doesn't allow him to wear his own helmet from the steelers. they hurt his grievance in the decision coming weeks, he feels more comfortable wearing is a own helmet but it isn't made anymore and is no longer certified by the leak. is also recovering from ross bite on his feet due to improper footwear during a cryotherapy session in france last month. both teams plan to rest the majority of their starters and establish veterans, the raiders and rams have been going at one another during joint practices in a few scuffles broke out. we will have the rams game later on ktvu, 5 pm ktvu plus will re-air at 5:30 pm. cowboys kicks off, jimmy garoppolo or the top pick was
injured will play in that game. up next a community, gilroy gathering for the radio, the events happening around the clock over the weekend, organizers say the need to ramp up their security. and a three alarm fire burns a community artist space in oakland in a warehouse, rekindling memories of the go ship fire nearly 3 years ago but this time no one was living inside. the latest when we come back. here's your buick sir.
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acres in came dangerously close to a number of homes on highway 580, the latest, coming up. welcome to mornings onto on the saturday, august 10 i'm claudine wong. good morning one and all i am frank mallicoat. we continue to follow breaking news this morning, according to the new york times jeffrey epstein died, found unresponsive in his jail cell, the fire department saying they got a call at 6:39 am that he was in cardiac arrest and later pronounced dead at his at the new york city hospital. citing a source calling it a suicide, his death comes two weeks after he was placed on suicide watch because he was found nearly unconscious in a cell with injuries around his neck. the multimillionaire financier was held without bail pending trial on child sex trafficking charges. much more on that as we get more details but let's get you out the door, rosemary is here with a look at we can weather. >> reporter: good morning to
you, a lot going on, starting with clouds, afternoon son, i think you enjoy today's forecast, heating up tomorrow, if you like the hotter weather it is coming. of you hear at the golden gate bridge. all the fog this morning, tough to get across the bridge. we will have the coastline with the fog along highway one, outside of that partly to mostly cloudy skies, here's the view over oakland. temperatures warmer this morning, up by a few degrees. santa rosa 59 in san francisco 62. 66 oakland, livermore and san jose. 69 to start your day, the inner east bay waking up mid to upper 60s, it will feel humid for folks getting out. temperatures up by five degrees over novato into the south bay by five, by four livermore and fairfield and over to the west, four degrees warmer. a look at the cloud cover, fog and low clouds, mid and high level clouds continue to sweep through the bay area. the system providing us with
the unseasonably mild weather, at least for inland communities is passing through northern california at this hour. a look at the wind, onshore breeze 18 miles an hour for fairfield, a week one through oakland at five and if you are looking for the afternoon highs today, it will feel a lot like yesterday. here's a view of the system we have been tracking the last couple of days. it is disrupting the marine layer a bit, and cloud cover, yesterday wall-to-wall sunshine for the afternoon. by today mostly cloudy skies to start the day, perhaps elite clearing for the coastline and the south bay partly cloudy. into the afternoon mostly sunny, away from the coast again but look at what is going on over northern california in the high sierra. a slight chance of showers reported there. 67 for san francisco today, nice and beautiful in the city. upper 70s expected for the south bay of san jose and low 80s for inland cities, livermore and antioch.
5 to 10 degrees warm up expected by tomorrow, i will look at the extended forecast coming up. new this morning san jose police arrested a man after a 10 hour standoff after the man violated a restraining order. police went to the home on the 200 block of king road a few blocks away from one-to-one after the victim said the man was trying to enter his home. the suspect whose name has not been released remained in the house after the resident left. officers entered home around 238 p.m. friday but the suspect armed himself with a knife. taken into custody finally before 10 pm last night and taken to the hospital with self- inflicted wounds. a fast moving grass fire contained your homes and businesses, the golf fire started north of 580, alimony county fire crews say it took dozens of tankers, put it out. the cause of the fire under investigation. contained, cal fire reduce the
acreage burned by the golf fire from 33 to 20 acres. evacuation orders lifted, the fire broke out thursday afternoon and kelsey field at golf drive, at one point a few dozen homes threatened but none damage. crews planning to be out of the scene, improving containment lines, mopping up and checking for hotspots. open firefighters investigating the cause of the of a fire the damage, warehouse and artist workspace, the fire started just before 6:30 am yesterday at 23rd, east 11th street, right off interstate 880 , you can see the plume of smoke, fire destroyed at least 10 businesses that were part of an artist collective known as m0xy, no one was inside the building at the time and no one was injured, firefighters say determining the cause could take time but for now they do not suspect arson. it is not suspicious, it
seems accidental but they are tryingo pinpoint how and why it happened. no one lives in the building, firefighters say the warehouse is divided into 37 individual spaces for artists to work in progress such as woodworking and metal craft. more information coming out about a man suspected of showing a gun at the san jose state campus, 23-year-old joshua castro was booked into the jail and facing felon in possession of a firearm, resisting arrest temperature parole violation. the school went on lockdown after they got a report of a man armed on campus. san jose state sent a text alert to students about the incident, castro was later found in the ventilation system at the spartan complex athletic building. authorities didn't find a weapon on him but later found a handgun that had been discarded nearby. committee members and cochran and concorde coming
together for a vigil to support the shaken latino community because of the recent mass shootings, it was held at the pleasant concorde, organized by a coalition of nonprofits and immigrant families. amber lee explains, organizers say it is time to heal from all the hurt of recent shootings. >> jordan and condo. >> reporter: as the sun was setting and concorde the name of each victim from the shootings in gilroy, el paso and dayton were read during one organizers describe as a respect for humanity vigil. >> a lot of families having nightmares. what can happen to them. >> it is definitely had very close to home. >> reporter: maria says she have several relatives who work at the el paso walmart where mass shooting occurred. >> they are scared, the community has been traumatized by this. >> reporter: the dorado family says their nine-year-old daughter expressed concerns about attending this event.
>> i was worried there would be done shooters here. i feel really safe around all of these people, i kinda feel comfortable with this. >> it is part of what we are showing them, we want to stay home and talk about it quietly and not do anything about it. >> we will make sure your children are safe as possible. palm and most home at paul ramirez the united latino voices of customer contracts county, a mother contacted him to say she didn't want to let her child go to school because she feared for their safety, he hopes this vigil will calm fears and serve as an anchor for a community address >> they are seeking somewhere to console themselves and again, grief is temporary. we keep going. it is a passage, it is in a place we stay. >> reporter: the mayor wanted to participate to show the latino community the city supports them.
>> i know right now it is very difficult when they watch on the national stage and feel targeted and under attack, we want to reassure them that concorde is different. >> i think we just need to come together and take care of each other. >> reporter: organizers say the vigil is a call to action, there urging people to register to vote and to get out and vote each and every election. in concorde, amber lee , ktvu fox 2 news. today marks a week since the mass shootings in el paso, texas, releasing more details about the suspected gunman, patrick crusius, saying he confessed while he was surrendering, they also say he waived his miranda rights and agreed to talk to detectives. he told them he walked into the walmart with an ak-47 assault rifle and was targeting mexicans, is accused of killing 22 people and injuring two dozen others.
in washington president trump says he will support new laws to strengthen background checks for gun purchases, despite pushback from the national rifle association. the president said something similar last year after the parkland school shooting but later backed off under pressure from the nra. however before leaving washington friday for vacation the president said is it is time for congress to get it done. we don't want insane people, mentally ill people, bad people, dangerous people. we don't want guns in the hands of the wrong people. >> on twitter chuck schumer urge the president to act now saying if the president needs the nra to sign off on legislation will be even harder harder to accomplish. in response to the recent shootings walmart is getting rid of violent games displayed in their stores, employees also instructed to turn off hunting season videos in the sporting goods department, the promotions are going away, walmart still plans to sell video games and will continue to sell guns. happening today the gilroy
rodeo back with a jampacked weekend of events, today's events kickoff at 8:30 am with the ranch rodeo, food vendors will be open outside for those watching the team event, and at 1 pm live music before the rodeo stands at 8 pm. organizers hope for a big turnout over the weekend, so far they have sold three times more tickets than at this time last year, there will be stepped up security at the event, the sheriff's deputies will also patrol the grounds and force. all the proceeds from this year's rodeo go to local youth groups, cancer charity and to the victims of the gilroy festival shooting. music begins at noon and day two of the outside lands music and festival, today's headliners include childish gambino in the event is going off without major problems. people want to outside lands festival in the past says they noticed more security this year than normal but in the wake of the recent mass shootings people we talk to said they welcomed the increased police
presence. it was handled really well. we were ushered through, everyone was very mindful about security, it felt very safe. more than 200,000 people expected to attend the music fest this weekend, for the first time there's an area called grasslands that sells marijuana in their areas for consumption. threatening legal action against a city. a proposal to redevelop a mall at the center of the debate, how neighbors can talk with the mayor about their vision for the city's future. after weeks of protest in hong kong against the government hundreds rallied in support of the police and are asking others to join in.
this request coming to by gary nigl, thank you for joining us this morning. the sound of silence by simon and garfunkel. a beautiful view over the south bay of san jose. in addition, low clouds, mid and high level clouds joining us. mostly sunny skies away from the coastline, unseasonably mild temperatures for inland cities before we warm up tomorrow, details coming up. >> >> paul simon at outside lands tomorrow afternoon kicking off the concert, after weeks of protest from disgruntled hong kong citizens a show support for hong kong police, handling security at the demonstration, pro-police campaign held throughout hong kong saturday, people showed up at district police stations to send a blessing cards and show their things to place and calling on others to say thank you in return. protest against the chinese government began in june fine
attempts to pass and it extradition bill that could allow for trials to be held on the chinese mainland. 12 south bay cities awarded a state grant to fight car break-ins and smash and grab robberies, quayson to announce the $3.75 million grant yesterday, the police department set a number of cities, newark, santa clara and san jose will get an equal share of the funds, money will be used for more staffing, surveillance cameras and public outreach. >> this money and effort put forward for us is invaluable. it will hopefully change the dynamic of what we are seeing. >> many bay area police chief say break-ins and rates have increased significantly in their cities, he is promising more funding if it leads to local lower breaking rates. a man held by house ices
peek me speaking publicly after being held in the detention center, police arrested him during a traffic stop and turn them over to immigration agents and violation of california's sanctuary loss. >> after serving three months in a nice detention center josi armando escobar lopez spoke publicly for the first time. outside i.c.e. headquarters in san francisco he told us about the night in may when daly city police arrested him and turned him over to i.c.e. . >> i was just driving, and i noticed flashing lights behind me. i worry that maybe i had committed some kind of traffic violation. >> reporter: lopez's fianci and her brother also in the car, she says they were headed home from church when the officer arrested 21-year-old lopez. she says they were never told why they were stopped. >> they took his id and they said there was a deportation order.
that was the time the police arrested him. >> reporter: at the age of 17 lopez says he came to the u.s. seeking refuge, leaving his family and behind in el salvador after he was targeted by gangs and witnessed violence during his childhood. in 2017 he was given a deportation order after failing to show up in court. lopez says he never received the notice which came back to haunt him. that night daly city police took him into custody. >> five minutes after i was in the jail cell, and i.c.e. agent showed up and shackled me right away. >> reporter: this is surveillance from daly city police department showing the i.c.e. agent covering his arms and legs while an officer watched. he says he was afraid he would be deported back to el salvador. he was first sent to yuba city and transported to a nice processing center in bakersfield, supporters say that shouldn't have happened since the arrest violates the sanctuary law, senate bill 54 that prohibits police from cooperating with i.c.e. unless the person is suspected of a serious crime . lopez says he didn't even receive a
citation during the traffic stop. >> his civil rights were violated by the daly city police therefore, he was the victim. >> reporter: the community held vigils and demonstrations demanding he be released. his fiancie says she had to work two jobs to pay the bills while he was detained, lopez's lawyers say he is filing for a u-visa, given to undocumented people who are victims of certain crimes, his lawyer says lopez was falsely and present by daly city pe and i.c.e. and they should help her client. >> we are demanding to fully do more than just words here they should sign a u-visa certification. >> daly city place in the longer commenting on the case, we were referred to the city manager's office who have yet to give us a statement.paul chambers, ktvu fox 2 news. it's 8:18 am shelley go outside? >> let's go over there. >> come on over here. we will take care of the
weather for you. we have a cloudy start to the day, mostly sunny, as we get away from the morning hours and into the afternoon, there is an attempt to show you san francisco. as we look across the bay, a lot of cloud cover, fog along the coastline, live pictures at the golden gate bridge this morning, covered and fought, the fog along the coast and just inside the bay, over areas of santa rosa, visibility a mile. in addition to the low clouds, mid and high level clouds, the system we been tracking the last couple of days. disrupting our cloud cover, mostly sunny skies by the afternoon yesterday. it's kept our temperatures unseasonably mild. especially for inland areas typically in the 90s this time of the year. low to mid 80s yesterday and low to mid 80s expected again today. if we get and closer we have a very light breeze. a gentle breeze at three, livermore onshore at six and
fairfield 10 to 15 miles an hour reported through fairfield and portions of the delta. onshore breeze is light at this time, could pick up in the afternoon as the system continues through northern california and oregon. 68 right now and concorde, 70 brett one and 66 livermore. off to a mild start, looking at temperatures closer to the coast, around 62 downtown san francisco. half moon bay low 60s this morning. cloud cover, probably won't budge the next couple of hours but into the afternoon looking at partly cloudy skies, even golden gate park for outside lands should have a pretty day, part demon partly to mostly cloudy, temperatures mid 60s by noon and upper 60s for the second half of the day expected over areas of san francisco, into the evening hours, a mix of sun and clouds, low 60s sun setting in the 8 :00 hour. afternoon highs upper 70s in novato, vallejo, low 70s for the east bay shore berkeley, 67
the afternoon high for san francisco for outside lands in the giants game. in the east bay, 84 concorde, into the south bay locations, 79 san jose, 80 moscato, 76 santa cruz. extended forecast shows you temperatures will bounce up into sunday. 5 to 10 degrees of warming expected. monday warmer, monday will be hot for inland communities. a change tuesday, a better cooldown into our bay area wednesday. which is kind of nice if you like it warm, it is coming. if you don't like the heat it won't last too long. >> you are soaking it up. >> recognizing women and world war ii, the event that honors those who stepped up in a time of national crisis. why a bear is blamed for deputies car bursting into flames, coming up. >> california phones offers free specialized phones... like cordless phones.
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should've been handled differently. dmv's voter registration program reportedly full of problems, new state audit says the program is confusing to voters and plagued by technical difficulties. issues have led to hundreds of thousands of discrepancies and voter registration. california launching the motor voter program last year that automatically registers people to vote when they visit the dmv unless they opt out. transit set to resume service in the transit center tomorrow, the 200 bus terminal open last month and service slowly returning, they says they will pick up and drop off passengers beginning tomorrow and sunday with buses at full commute schedule monday morning. transit center had been closed for months, you may recall after cracks discovered in the steel beams that supported the upper bus deck. to a fire crash in humboldt county, it is being blamed on a bear. this happened last week when a humboldt county sheriff's deputy was responding to a
call. the deputy was driving on state route 96 when the deputy says a bear ended up on the patrol car, jumping or falling or ending on the car. that cause the vehicle to veer off the road and roll onto its side and burst into flames. you can see to the left of the patrol car, the burned-out shell, fortunately the deputy escaped without serious injuries. the bear just ran away. check out this video. sharks, viewer sent us the video from walkway beach in pacifica, took in on friday, you can see the shark swimming in the ocean. this is an far from the beach but there were people on the beach, the video captured with a drone. it was tough to see but at one point, you can see how close the beach as, there were seven sharks out there. jessica noll the video taken between 12 and 4 pm, peak times for people visiting the beach. i know they are using drones now and other areas to watch
when they should be alerting people. >> i think a red flag may have gone up, who knows. they are out there. coming up, a call for help from a san francisco man who works as a human rights advocate . how friends and family are calling on the government to help after a serious attack. a contestant plan for a straight pride rally, why city leaders are uncomfortable with the idea, when we come back.
playing in outside lands, can't get enough of myself. have you're heading to san francisco we have great news. using breezy through the toll plaza right now. on a cloudy day but that will soon give way. >> that will change. outside lands hasn't started yet. >> getting a very early start. >> then at 10:30 am you're like hey, what just happened? >> and we have giants also. >> yes we do. >> outside lands, so you have to do a travel check. >> the fairy maybe. >> we will have a beautiful day come our way. >> reporter: today i like yesterday, dealing with this pattern in place, system moving through the pacific northwest and northern california, bringing us a little muggy weather. beautiful sunsets, if you've
had a chance to see them with a mix of mid and high level clouds out there at times, here's a look over oakland where we are starting again with low clouds and fog in place. this hasn't changed a lot the last couple of days but with the cloud cover in place, and yesterday's warmer weather we are warmer by several degrees in spots this morning. upper 50s santa rosa, san francisco 62, sfo covered in gray, you may have delays for arriving flights, that happens with cloudy conditions, 66 oakland and livermore and san jose 69 for you. san jose not the only area in the upper 60s this morning, the inner east bay as well. it feels mild and muggy, livermore for degrees warmer than yesterday at this time, five san jose, five over areas of pasco may. highway one the fog looks thick, if you have an early morning drive santa rosa airport reporting visibility, mile or so, here's a view of the cloud cover, widespread, the onshore breeze through areas of the delta, generally light, freer
field 18 miles an hour so, oakland gentle onshore breeze at five. for the afternoon, mild for bayside communities, warm inland, but 80 napa. a beautiful warm, walnut creek 81 and morgan hill 82. temperatures heat up into bay area sunday. that will print began a warming trend, i have details coming up. we continue to follow breaking news, the fbi is investigating the apparent suicide of jeffrey epstein in jail, he was found unresponsive in his jail cell earlier this morning. his death comes two weeks after he was placed on suicide watch because of years fully unconscious with injuries around his neck. this morning the fire department was called around 6:39 am with report he was in cardiac arrest and later found dead at the hospital. of the financier in jail pending a trial on sex trafficking charges of children, the federal and
dighton brought his connection politics to the forefront, bill clinton, donald trump and others. the accusers are angry he will no longer face them in court. the chairman of the illinois republican party asking president trump to not free former illinois governor rod will go a veg. earlier this week he said he believes the seven years he has served for corruption was enough , the chairman of the illinois were public authority said republicans respect president trump good disagree on releasing him, he is halfway through a 14 year sentence for trying to sell former president obama's center seat senate seat in illinois for political favors. south korea says north korea fired two more projectiles into the sea, analyst say it's too protest the joint military exercises, projectiles presumed to be short range missiles, the
government is urging north korea to stop its weapons testing, expressing concern that a series of launches could escalate military tensions on the korean peninsula, president trump tweeted him genuine sent a letter saying, very nicely, he would like to meet and start negotiations. joint exercises are over. the president also tweeted that he offered a small apology for testing the missiles. this week, five years since the deadly shooting of 18-year- old michael brown and ferguson, missouri. he was unarmed when you shot and killed by white officer named darren wilson, gave lise to the black our lives matter movement which sparked protest in the country and ferguson, oakland and a number of other cities. brown's father urging prosecutors to reopen the investigation. my son deserve to live a full life, my son was murdered in cold blood with no remorse. no medical treatment, no answers. no apology, no gestures.
>> back in 2014 a grand jury decided it wouldn't indict officer wilson, the department of justice declined charges, wilson resigned from the force a few months later. a man accused of going on a stbing attack in southern california racist or comes of murder and other felonies elected liniment death row, zachary castaneda pled not guilty during an arraignment held in his cell, he's accused of killing four people and injuring two others in a stabbing and robbery rampage wednesday in orange county. authority say he is a gang member with multiple convictions for gun related offenses and drug possession. the chief of police and gardens borough has him in jail. based on his prior arrest record he is a violent individual who should've never been can thought for early but release based on assembly bill 109. aimed at reducing the prison population by transferring people convicted
of certain felonies to county jails, many people in law enforcement is spoken out against the bill saying it has resulted in dangerous criminal goals, models being prematurely released into society. a bart officer shot and wounded a dog in san francisco, he says that dog aggressively lunged towards the police officer in the stairwell of the bart station yesterday, this is video from the citizen app, part of market street had to be shut down, police say they will conduct a use of force investigation, the dog taken to a veterinarian for treatment. school district accused of racial segregation reach a settlement with california, state attorney general xavier becerra says an investigation found evidence of intentional discrimination at bayside mart luther king junior academy, he says former trustees and the school district made deliberate decisions to segregate the school and undercut the schools funding.
the school serves predominantly african-american and latino students at the same time the attorney general says the trustees were guaranteeing stable funding for willow creek academy, a charter school in sausalito where more white students from the district attended. they cut the funding for bayside martin luther king jr academy that result in a school that was not only segregated but offered an inferior education program. >> the settlement cause for creating a plan to make bayside academy more diverse and also calls for scholarship, accounting program for students who attended the school in the past six years, and an outside monitor. there are talks of possibly merging schools but it isn't clear how long that may take. the president of the school board says he has a solution for the controversial mural at washington high school, the plan will be introduced and next week's board meeting, it will focus on covering the mural without destroying it, it was created in the 30s and depicted george washington's life includes images of african- american slaves, white settlers and native americans. 8:37 am, several activist
groups calling on the state department to provide help for man from san francisco who has been shot in the philippines and is facing political persecution. the man is from san francisco, he has worked as an advocate for indigenous people in the philippines a number of years and he was shot at his home tuesday. he is currently in critical condition. the government previously declared him an enemy of the state, several organizations rallied on his behalf outside city hall in san francisco yesterday. on tuesday, august 6 he picked up his daughter from school, went home, had dinner with her, when outside to feed the dogs and that was when he was shot. four times in the back, and in the spine. by unknown assailants. but brandon knows who they were. >> international monitoring groups have accused philippines president duranty of attacking his memories his enemies and
eroding human rights, they want congress and the u.s. embassy to investigate the shooting. a modesto city council denied a request to hold a straight pride rally in a city park organizers say they would celebrate traditional gender roles, christianity and western civilization, critics accused them of wanting to spreading hateful and anti-gay message, city leaders say the permanent request was denied a safety concerns because they don't have insurance, the city says the event to take place in a downtown plaza instead of organizers get insurance by next week. happening on the saturday, at townhall to discuss plans for housing, they've threatened cupertino with a lawsuit if the velcro mall development doesn't go forward. plans to build more than 1000 units of housing at the site of the former mall have run into several obstacles within city council, the states as cupertino may not meet its legal, required housing goals of the project falls through. the mayor of cupertino has, and
councilmembers john wiley will take questions at tonight's meeting and that starts at 6:30 pm. the governor of california stepping up his call for tougher gun laws after the recent mass shootings. when morning on two continues, at 9 :00 the governor says what he thinks needs to change. from the couldn't be prouders
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jackie spear hosting a town hall with constituents today, people invited to join the conversation at 10:30 am in redwood city. spear is advocated for gun reform legislation in congress, a survivor of the jonestown shooting, she also was busy recently visiting migrant detention facilities along the border, and she joins us now over the phone, good morning to you. good morning, great to be with you. so much to talk about, let's start with jeffrey epstein, we get to breaking news this morning that he was found dead in his jail cell, you have been critical on how his case was handled saying, in a post last month he was a serial predator who evaded justice because he was rich and well connected. what was your reaction, certainly some victims are upset they will not see him in court and face him in court. >> i am also very concerned he
attempted suicide july 28, there should've been precautions put in place so he was not in a position where he could attempt suicide again. the silver lining is we won't spend a lot of taxpayer dollars on a trial, we certainly will give the victims the opportunity to be heard in congress, in the oversight committee which i am a member, and we saw to have that committee hearing with the victims take place soon. i will say, what is most disturbing is that he was treated differently than any other criminal. all through the process. the fact that these documents were sealed for all of those years, and just released last night suggest there were people in high places, they wanted to protect. i think there is an investigation that is very important, this is a federal prison, we will have to find out
why there were the kinds of precautions that are normally taken. ironically when migrants are coming from mexico they take the shoelaces out of the shoes so they can't do anything untoward to themselves and yet here is jeffrey epstein who is able to successfully commit suicide after one previous attempt. >> a lot of people say there a lot of questions even though he has died, they still want answers, that will continue. i want to talk as well about gun reform, something you've talked a lot about. president trump has been speaking out yesterday saying he does support some kind of gun reform legislation, saying we don't want mentally ill people, i want to bite for you to listen to and to react to that. we don't want insane people come mentally ill people, bad people, dangerous people, we don't want guns in the hands of
the wrong people. >> okay. what do you think about that? i know at park when he said, i want some kind of change and he backed off after pressure from the nra. do you think his comments mean there is a conversation in progress we can make on this? >> i actually think there is, for the first time i think we reached a tipping point. i do think the bill the house passed, with bipartisan support, h.r. eight, introduced by mike thompson of california, that particular measure, comprehensive background checks is closing existing loopholes. a modest bill, an important bill. i think we will be able to move forward with that. i do think the president is misrepresenting who are the persons that commit these crimes. they are not mentally ill people. less than 3% of those who commit these mass murders are identified as mentally ill.
these are disaffected people, they tend to be young, white men between 17 and 27. that is a population we need to look at and recognize there is a fair amount of white supremacy associated with the conduct of some of these killers. and as director ray of the fbi said, just two weeks ago, white supremacy and domestic terrorism is a serious problem in this country. many people are killed for domestic terrorism now, as from international terrorism. we have to get much more serious. >> in the last week there have been really harsh words and pointed words from your colleagues in congress. pointing the finger directly at president trump, blaming him, do you share that sentiment, that the president bears some blame for the recent violence we seen? >> i think the el paso killer
use the same words as the president has used. he use the word that it was an invasion. so many times, he is running at first presidential campaign in a used invasion two dozen times. he's given a license to these terrorist, the white supremacist , the disaffected americans to go out and do harm to others. >> he also initially said he wanted to attach immigration to the discussion on gun reform, where you think that will go in terms of the discussion? >> that will go nowhere. that will go nowhere. they are two separate issues, they have to be treated as two separate issues. we have to deliver on this particular background check bill. that's why legislation is important, the big elephant in the room is the fact that the
guns used, the guns used in dayton and gun used in el paso were assault weapons. their weapons of war, they should not be in the possession of persons in this country. the high-capacity magazines also take rifles and turn them into assault weapons. we have a lot of work to do if we are really going to make the country safe. >> you talk about the tipping point, when do you think we would see something of substance happening where they would say yes, we been talking about this. this is what is happening. >> i think we will certainly see movement in september and october. i think background checks will move quickly. >> and the border debate, where is this eco? you and your recent video visits with the border in that continues, even if the issue is and attached a gun reform, the discussion, the immigration and border patrol, everything going on is front and center in the
discussions on capitol hill. >> the border issue brings tears to my eyes. what we are doing to persons on the border is subhuman. that is not my america, that doesn't the america for most of the people i know. most of these people, are seeking asylum, they rightfully have the right to come into this country, most of them have sponsors and can be sent to their sponsors, sponsors have to pay for their airline ticket or bus ticket. and frankly we could be saving a lot of taxpayer money by not spending $300-$700 a day to house them. we are housing them in conditions you wouldn't allow dogs to be housed. >> so much to talk about, so many serious issues on the table. that affect so many people. jackie spear we appreciate your time, we know you have
conversations with constituents today at 10:30 am in redwood city, less than two hours away at canada college, thank you for joining us, we appreciate it. >> great to be with you. >> time now 8:51 am let's go to rosemary as we talk about how our weather is shaping up, busy day around the bay area with lots of events from baseball games to music us to both, how are we looking? >> reporter: don't forget the football games >> and football games >> preseason football kicking off, another fabulous day, temperatures remain mild for our inland communities. hopefully you've been enjoying the wet weather because we have another round coming our way. we are starting with the fog and clouds, there's a look at the golden gate bridge. swallowed by the fog at this hour. even a little trouble along highway one in you can see from the screen a lot of fog right around golden gate and inside the bay. a look at the cloud cover, the system working through northern california right on the border near oregon bringing showers
and thunderstorms to that area. for us mid and high level clouds, unseasonably mild temperatures for inland cities. we are expecting mostly sunny skies from the coastline today, a northwest breeze three miles an hour in mountain view from the southeast three in livermore onshore at six. fairfield reporting onshore breeze 15 miles an hour or so, the breeze is with us and could pick up in the afternoon as the system continues to work east. we are off to a very mild start and temperatures for the afternoon quite nice, 60s in the coast, 70s around the bay, 80s inland but let's look at these numbers. 63 outside your door and napa, 71 brentwood, 66 livermore, closer to the shore 66 to start the day in oakland, san francisco downtown 62. if you're going to see the giants later mostly sunny skies, upper 60s expected a gametime and breezy 15 miles an hour or so. if you're going to outside lands probably cloudy skies and nice
and mild weather with temperatures in the 60s. if you're going to see the radars the raiders, temperatures 60s for oakland, kickoff 69 1/2 time 65, sunsets about 8:08 pm. beautiful day. if you're heading out in the stands, into the north bay we go, 78 novato, they say 81 concord, 84 for a antioch, for the shore 65, for pacifica, 64 half moon bay, upper 70s, mountain view, santa clara and san jose, going to the niners game later today should be nice there as well. extended forecast, temperatures will heat up. into sunday, 5 to 10 degrees or so, another five degrees of warming expected on monday. monday, tuesday the hotter days, inland cities will be baking in the 90s, fortunately it doesn't last long, by wednesday we cool down.
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u.s. win world war ii with their tireless work in factories and shipyards. the rosie rally homefront festival begins at 11 am at greenway pavilion, always so many fun pictures out of this event, an annual event that celebrates so legacy of rosie the riveter the iconic figure represented as the first group of women who stepped up to fill jobs last left vacant by men who filled the military. festivities include a rosie rally, complete with the polkadot headband. this happening seven years later, are you ready for football? i hope so, raiders and 49ers hit preseason turf tonight and there openers at home, niners host the cowboys while the raiders host the raider game, radon here at ktvu, kickoff 7 pm. antonio brown will not be there, he's threatening to retire the league doesn't allow him to wear his own helmet. an arbitrator heard his
grievance and the decision could come in the next few weeks, he feels more comfortable wearing his old helmet but it isn't made anymore and it's uncertified. he is also recovering from frostbite on his feet due to improper footwear during a cryotherapy session last month. both teams plan to rest the majority of their starters and established veterans but the raiders and rams have been going at it during practices together the last couple of days. we will see if any of that is still into the game. one is at 5 pm on the other at 6 pm, i will be busy. we are heading over to ktvu for coverage of the nba championship, next. seriously, save on fall styles for women, men, boys and girls. at the ross shoe event. on now.
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