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good morning. a man is dead after a deadly overnight shooting in richmond the heart-wrenching reaction from the victim's mother as the search for the suspect goes on. we'll have a live report. happy first day of summer, but temperatures warming up but there's also rain on the five- day. we'll get to that shortly. and the green light for nascar equals a red light for commuters. the massive traffic jam coming to sonoma this weekend. "mornings on 2" starts now. well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." it's friday, june 21st. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. let's get a quick look at weather and traffic. steve, nice day today for the first day of summer. >> correct. looks good. >> but? >> big changes. we have not much fog left. it will be sunny, nice, 60s, 70s by the coast. unless you are down to santa cruz, you can see clear skies. 80s inland and a few pushing
the upper 80s. here's tara. >> let's take a live look at the east shore freeway, you can see traffic moving nicely down towards the macarthur maze. we have backups, about an extra 15, 20 minutes to get into san francisco. we do have an accident that just happened in oakland. i will tell you about it coming up. let's head back to the desk. >> thank you, tara. we're following developing news out of richmond where a gunman is on the loose following a deadly shooting. it happened around 12:30 at an apartment complex on pullman avenue. police say when they arrived, there found a man shot. witnesses -- they found a man shot. witnesses say they heard an argument before the shots were fired. residents had to be evacuated while police searched for the shooter. police are looking into the possibilities of more suspects. anyone with information about this shoot is being asked to call richmond police. we have a crew investigating
this story. jury deliberations resume in san francisco today for a cabdriver accused of hitting and killing a pedestrian three years ago. now, ktvu obtained exclusive video of the incident. i have to warn you, it's graphic. cameras mounted inside the taxi captured the moment of the impact. the victim was 19-year-old alberto rodriguez. prosecutors say the cabdriver, chin, ran a red light, then after the deadly collision drove more than a half-mile before friends of rodriquez chased him down and demanded he go back to the scene of the crash. >> i mean, there's no words to say how we feel. it's just -- i mean, things happen for a reason. things are not here anymore. we just want justice. >> if convicted, chin faces a year in chill on vehicular -- a year in jail on vehicular manslaughter. the 17-year-old drunk driver who hit a girl in san
francisco back in march is due later today. police say kieran brewer was speeding westbound on sloat boulevard in san francisco when he hit hanran chang. it happened on her 17th birthday. brewer will be charged with gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated. bail is set at $300,000. it's 7:03. it is a big day for the world- famous chez restaurant in berkeley. the restaurant owned by alice waters was badly damaged by a fire in march. the fire caused as much as $200,000 in damage, when electrical equipment under the building's porch malfunctioned. chez has been closed ever since. but tonight they are holding a grand reopening event and will go to the edible school project. and crews are working to dry out -- to dry out the brewery restaurant. fire sprinklers were activated
leaving the place soaking wet. we're still waiting to find out why the sprinklers came in. there were 3, 4 inches of water and the water trickled to the first do you and down to the basement -- floor and down to the basement. raley's has received thousands of complaints from angry customers fed up for people asking them for signatures when they go to shop. management found it impossible to pick and choose which groups should be allowed to gather petitions. it felt a no-solicitation policy was the only way to a solution. target and other retails have adopted similar policies in recent years. santa clara leaders say the upcoming budget looks more promising than in recent years. later today, the board of supervisors will make final decisions on the $4.6 billion spending plan. there is a $70 million deficit which is gonna be covered through department cuts, labor concessions and revenues from a
voter-approved sales tax hike. while paying pensions and retirement benefits are still a concern, the board says it's pleased there won't be any layoffs. funding for some programs have been restored. the fiscal year begins july 1st. parks are supposed to be lush, green, inviting. not brown and crusty. coming up for you at 7:25, the effort to restore this santa rosa park to its former greener glory. well, right now, practice is just getting underway at the sonoma raceway. nascar's coming back to the bay area this weekend. the great brian flores of ktvu is at trackside right there. you are right there. i'm sure everything is gonna be running smoothly out there, brian. >> reporter: let's hope so. let's hope so, dave. good morning. this is probably the quietest this will be this weekend. you are taking a look at the
track. 90,000 to 1000,000 people are expected to be here for this weekend. i want to bring in the raceway president. if you can step in here. how are you doing? >> traffic. >> reporter: how excited are you? >> this is our super bowl weekend. we have a lot of big events, indy cars, but nascar is the one that kills this place up. >> reporter: tell me what's knew this year compared to other years. >> we have a whole variety of things. we have a new qualifying format on friday and saturday and sunday is just gonna be a three- ring circus. we have jets, huey helicopters, a ferris wheel, the go-pro bomb squad that jump out of a helicopter in their squirrel suits and fly through the air and we're having a nascar race. >> reporter: talk about the cars. i understand they are different cars from what i understand. >> this is the 6 car introduced this year. they've made a number of different modifications, really most of it is about enhancing
the competition. from what we are seeing from drivers, it really looks like this will make a big difference. >> reporter: highway 37, it will be a mess out here. no question. what can people do to get some alternatives to the racetrack or avoid the area, if you can? >> i think the key is if you -- >> they kind of left us hanging there. we're waiting to hear about traffic tiffs to get around nascar. it will be up in sonoma this weekend. let's go to sal right now -- >> tara is here. >> i'm sorry. tara is here. still talking about traffic, though. you are gonna let us know about an accident in castro valley. >> 580 eastbound we have a car in the divider with its flashers on. take a look at this accident, it's a stalled car in the left
lane has blocked 880 southbound at 66th avenue. then we have an accident with two lanes blocked, 880 southbound pat the 92 split and it's -- at the 92 split and it's definitely causing delays. the accident happened a while ago but the effects are still being felt. at the bay bridge toll plaza, we have backup here. this has been going on for over an hour now. we have metering lights on. slow going in san francisco. and 280 in san jose, traffic is looking good in both directions. here's steve. tara, thank you. under mostly clear skies. had a little bit of fog this morning. trying to work it way in. boom. disappeared. too much rance -- resistance. temperature also coming up. not a lot. we've been below average on the temperatures most of the week. the breeze tailed off. yed it cranked, up especially -- yesterday it cranked up especially in the afternoon. sunny warm, friday, saturday. 80s, upper 70s down towards
santa cruz and capitola. turning cloudy and cooler on sunday. rain likely on monday. rain likely on monday. [laughter] >> we didn't have any rain, january, february, march. let's get some in june. look at this projection. this is a rain projection. we still have a couple of days for all of this to iron itself out. but .25 down to monterey and an inch to 2 from the north bay up to humboldt county, trinity county, mendocino and lake county which would be a lot any time of the year but it would be a lot for june. had some 40s. probably last hour. 40s, 50s. temperatures should warm up quick. the days are very, very long. the nights are short. had 28 up in truckee. 36 tahoe. 46 ukiah. 51. a little cool, even 40s up in the lake county. clear rake lake, 45, 46. except for the patchy fog, it will be sunnyside up. breezy at times, not until
later. the conditions are calm. 88 clearlake, napa, 85. 83 kentfield. 83 concord. warmer towards concord. warmer out to san jose. 81 saratoga. menlo park, palo alto, 70s. south san francisco, san mateo, millbrae burlingame around 75. increasing clouds on saturday. increasing clouds on saturday and rain likely on monday, tuesday. back now to the developing news we told you about at the top of the hour, a man is dead and a gunman on the loose following an overnight shooting in richmond. ktvu channel 2 reporter katie utehs is live with more on what witnesses heard before shots were fired. >> reporter: police just wrapped up at the pullman point apartments. they asked us to leave the scene. the investigation has turned
inward to the police department. as we were leaving friends and family of the victim whom i'm told was 41-year-old shaycy marshall, they were headed back to the apartments. mother shaw's mother said her son was kind and helpful. she didn't want to talk on camera. she appeared shocked and she broke as the coroner removed the body. she heard there was a fight before the shooting. police say shots spotter activated at 12:30 this morning. officers were nearby and found marshall dead at the pullman point apartments. no suspects were found on scene. unfortunately, police say today's killing is not the first at this apartment complex. >> that apartment complex is one of our more active areas in the city. we've had several -- we've had
a few homicides there in the past. we've had some incidents with some gunfire inside of it and there have been an occasion to have arrests of people that have been armed with firearms. >> reporter: police say the shooter is believed to be a black male in his 30s, possibly 5'7" and there may be multiple suspects. detectives are working several leads, they tell us. police say dozens of people were on scene last night. not all have been helpful. they are asking anyone with additional information to come forward. as always there is a $10,000 reward for any information. you can leave anonymous tips with police. coming up in my next report, more on why police had to evacuate that apartment complex shortly after the shooting and the latest on the search for that suspected shooter. katie utehs, ktvu channel 2 news. it is 7:13. a desperate situation calls for desperate measures.
imagine a ten-hour flight to sfo with very little toilet paper. the creative solution by the flight attendant. >> reporter: it looks like senators are moving forward with the deal on immigration reform. just how much added border security is gonna cost when "mornings on 2" continues. this is my favorite one. it's upside down. oh, sorry. (woman vo) it takes him places he's always wanted to go. that's why we bought a subaru. (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru.
mostly sunny, 60s, 70s and 80s. most locations close to the bay. 60s and 70s. 7:16. senators could vote on immigration reform as soon as monday. the bill will now receive bipartisan support after a deal between democrats and republicans. ktvu's kyla campbell is in our washington bureau with the breaks it through and spiraling cost that -- breakthrough and spiraling cost that comes with it. >> reporter: the deal reached yesterday is expected to cost
up to $50 billion. it would more than double the number of border patrol agents to about 40,000. they would get radar and drones. the deal also includes finishing this 700-mile fence separating mexico from border states. harry reid believes this has enough republican support to not only pass the senate but perhaps the gop-controlled house. he wants the senate to vote on it as soon as monday. >> i think people can come together for many reasons around this, not that it strengthens our national security but invests in the economy. it's more about who we are. i'm very hopeful. >> senators get back to work on capitol hill behind me in this 15 minutes. we expect to hear from senator reid. back to you.
>> joe biden is one in the immigration leading the charge for this. >> it's time to provide a fair, reformed unfettered pass to citizenship for $11 million undocumented immigrants. >> he spoke at a awards banquet in las vegas and says this is part of the future of america. and san francisco state senator leland yee will hold a news conference in support of immigration reform. he will unveil a measure that pardons 11 million immigrants and branses them similar immigration rights as same-sex couples. a new volunteer center has been launched for sierra lamar. they've moved to central high school. it used to be at burnett elementary. sierra's father, steve, made the move will allow volunteers to rico -- refocus on finding
her. now, antolin garcia-torres has been charged with her murder. a shooting happened about 10:00 at 6th and natoma. the victim was shot twice but is expected to survive. police say the victim refuses to cooperate with investigators. the investigation continues. a key ruling is expected today in the florida murder trial of george zimmerman, the neighborhood watchman charged with the shooting of trayvon martin. a judge may rule on whether an expert witness for the prosecution can testify about screams that are heard on 911 calls made during last year's fatal confrontation with martin. the expert says there were screams for help and they came from trayvon martin. yesterday, six women were selected to decide if zimmerman is guilty of second-degree murder. o'ing statements are scheduled for next week. will pg&e bills go up if
state regulators follow through on a proposed hefty fine? well, pg&e says it all depends. the utility faces a $2.2 billion fine stems from the deadly san bruno blast. the company says if it gets credit for repairs already made, customers' bill will stay the same. but without the credit, pg&e says customers will pay more. hundreds of passengers were in for a big surprise after finding out there would have to go without an important essential during their flight. the flight took off from london to san francisco, when airline attendants realized they were low on toy let paper. the solution? cocktail napkins. they read "fly by the tips of your passengers." >> i would rather use these in
the bathroom than have an hour and a half delay. i'm with united on this. >> the airline has apologized to customers for the inconvenience. 7:20. summer is officially here. look out at the window at our summer skies. steve paulson will tell us what kind of weather you can expect during the first weekend of the new summertime. plus -- a bay area tourist attraction gets a makeover. how one section transformed becomes more pedestrian friendly. an earlier accident on 24 westbound causes some delays. more traffic ahead. hey, look! a shooting star!
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enjoy twice as much sidewalk space as before. 7:23. people in santa rosa will be happy to hear a park restoration will be taking place soon. the grass at many of the city's parks have turned brown from the lack of water. santa rosa had a dry fall and winter and a hot spring. the irrigation budget has been used up. city officials scramble to search for funding and yesterday, they found $200,000 in salary positions that have gone unfilled. >> by adding up those unfilled salary positions, it looks like we'll have the water for this year. this is very exciting news. >> and it now looks like kids out on summer break will be able to play on green grass afterrer all. the sprinklers should be back on within a few days. tara, everybody behaving for you out there? >> everybody is behaving pretty well. that's the good news. >> oh, good. >> we don't have really too many accidents to report.
we do have a couple fender- benders here and there. we're gone show you the maps -- gonna show you the maps. this is from earlier, 880 at tennyson. it's causing delays in the southbound direction. we have a slowdown 880 northbound as well. all right. up next we have a look at highway 24 through la fayette. on the right-hand side of your screen, westbound traffic as you drive through the caldecott, we had an earlier fender-bender here, it's been cleared but sort of the damage has been done. it's very slow going towards orinda. this is the bay bridge toll plaza, we've had a backup for an hour and a half. give yourself an extra 15 minutes to get into san francisco. 7:25. steve, it looks like it's kind of hot out there? >> kind of what? >> hot. >> not yet. >> it will be, right. >> if you are out towards vacaville. not like serramonte or dc. we have a little bit of fog
left. we're beginning to warm up. all of those hills are brown. could we get rain in there maybe green things up. today, tomorrow if you are away from the coast. most of the fog is off the coast. 50s, 60s, already. cassie jean sent in a nice picture showing fog for parts of it near traffic cau. it's dancing around a little bit. 50s on the temperatures. high pressure wins out today and tomorrow but then big changes develop starting on sunday and taking us into early next week. there's only patchy fog left. things are kind of calm. it will pick up later on. 60s 70s and 80s. some of these are pushing the 80s if you are well inland. today, tomorrow warm. sunday cooler. monday looks like rain. tuesday maybe lingering rain as well. 7:26. well, a runaway muni bus in
san francisco. the actions of one passenger in particular that finally brought this ordeal to an end. also the anticipation after the biggest one-day drop on the s&p 500 since november 2011. the one emotion analysts are saying rules the markets. >> reporter: we're live in san jose where police have just announced a new plan to reduce violence this summer. we'll have all of the details and tell you what prompted this. i said i want honey nut cheerios
welcome back. 7:29. new this morning, san jose police announcing their plan to crack down on violence this summer. ktvu's janine de la vega is live in san jose to tell us about this strategy. janine? >> reporter: yes, dave. the department just announced a new plan to reduce violence this summer. they will be increasing police presence and visibility in the city. it's a three-part plan to starts today. now, the rest of the month of june, the department is putting an additional gang suppression cars on the streets every week. special units from the s.w.a.t. team and the metro team will be helping. a total of 45 officers will be
aiding. the number of officers will increase to 65 because more gang-suppression cars will be used and they will have a heavy presence in the evening hours. in august, the department is creating a gang suppression unit which will operate seven days a week. it's in response to a recent rash of violence and assault and crime does tend to increase in the summer. the number of homicides just increased to 25 yesterday. 16-year-old manuel urzoua died at the hospital after police say he was beaten and shot. police sources say he was coon fronted by a group -- confronted by a group of a violent gang. police have made no arrests yet. we're being told that a police spokesperson will be addressing all of the media here in front of department headquarters at 10:00 a.m. we'll learn more and bring you that at noon. reporting live from san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel
2 news. a 4-year-old girl is recovering in an oakland hospital this morning after falling two stories. it happened yesterday at a home on 23rd avenue in the fruitvale district. firefighters say a quick-acting bystander jumped over a fence to help her. the child was taken to the hospital with head injuries but is expected to be okay. 7:31. happening now -- financial experts are weighing in after a really wild ride on wall street the last few days. pam cook is in the newsroom with the feeling on wall street this morning. a little bit of a bounceback, pam? >> yes. we're talking about fear and greed. those are often the emotions that move the markets. certainly been the case this week. investors around the world reacting in fear of a hearing the federal reserve's comments that there could soon be a change to the economic stimulus plan. there's increasing talk of replacing bernanke sooner rather than later. also this morning, morgan stanley's chairman and ceo says
the stock dropping this week is an overreaction. the opening bell rang in a better reaction after a couple of big days of losses. economists pointing out any money tightening from the fed will come due to a stronger economy. so investors should not be afraid. it should be -- it should be well-received by investors thinking the economy is better. also at the opening bell was -- [inaudible] >> the dow jones off to a pretty good start. it's pulled back a little bit. the dow up about 14 points. the nasdaq is actually down a little bit right now. the s&p 500, which suffered its biggest loss since november 2011 yesterday, it's up a little bit as well. we're gonna to keep an eye on the numbers. a couple of local stocks.
oracle weighing in. that's run of the reasons why it's been down. reporting live in the newsroom, pam cook, ktvu channel 2 news. >> all right. thank you, pam. only on 2, a new effort in contra costa county to catch the person who killed a single mother. sylvia valdivia was found stabbed in her home on the river shore apartments in baypoint six years ago. investigators say there was no sign of a robbery or forced entry. she moved to the baypoint to start over after separating from her husband. she's survived by her two children. >> we gonna that be okay -- we gotta be okay so that her kids are okay. we hope that some day whoever did this is gonna ket caught. >> investigators say -- get caught. >> investigators say sylvia's ex-boyfriend was cleared along with her husband who discovered
her body. california is set to release 9600 prisoners by the end of the year. governor brown is asking for more time to do this but the court wants immediate action. it is evening threatening to hold the governor in contempt of court. law enforcement warns that releasing thousands of inmates even low-risk offenders is still dangerous. >> it's bad news across the board. i think it would be foolish to think they will not pose a threat. >> governor brown says the state will challenge the order. alameda county's sheriff says releasing inmates will touch off a wave of crime. a woman driver facing very serious charges after police say her car slammed into a house, then she took off. it happened in santa rosa about 10:00 last night on kioke court. police say 32-year-old angela angerman was drunk when she
backed into a car, hit a tree and drove the car into the house. they later parked the car on the nearby street. police say they were able to track her down and take her into custody. pretty scary moments in san francisco. a muni bus careens out of control and a passenger helped save the day. the 43 masonic bus hit about a dozen passengers on board when it collided with a volkswagen that made an illegal turn right near fell start at 6:20. the bus with the volkswagen barreled across the panhandle sending people scram scrambling to get out of the kay -- scrambling to get out of the way. at this point, the driver rushed to the scene. >> i believe he got into some type of shock on the bus and couldn't react. >> now, that bus driver was treated for back pain. no one else was hurt. police say the driver of that volkswagen may be cited for
making an illegal turn. 7:36. a four and a half-mile stretch along 880 is expanding from 6 to 8 lanes. caltrans and vta teamed up for the $64 million project which began in the spring of 2012. caltrans says the goal was to help alleviate traffic in both directions on the corridor from highway 101 in san jose to state route 237 in milpitas. but some drivers fear the new lanes may do the opposite. >> just because people know with the carpool lane being there, a lot more people will be using it. i think it will track a lot more traffic toward the 880. saturday, caltrans will remove the orange cones providing access to the lanes and then starting around 5:00 a.m. on monday, the new lanes will become h.o.v. lanes. music will fill the streets of san francisco today during a unique event to help raise money for charity. popup concerts are happening at various public parklets in san francisco. there's about ten different
locations with 35 performers. one is happening at cafe roma in north beach, another one at squat and gobble. the shows are free to the public. mown donated will go to five local -- money donated will go to five charities. the miami heat, once again, the nba champions. >> what a great game. last night, lebron james scored 37 points. the heat beat the spurs, 95-88 in the 7th and deciding game of the finals. in the past year, lebron james has won back-to-back nba titles and an olympic gold medal. he's about to get another ring. this summer, yes. he's getting married. >> that's the most important one. >> there you go. these are miami heat fans, very excited about last night's big victory. they swarmed downtown miami. police say there were no real
problems. no major problems. it was pretty peaceful. they did chase away a couple of people that were jumping on top of limos leaving the arena. but otherwise, so far so good. >> it was a really exciting game 7, down to the final minutes. want to check in with tara right now who is in for sal. you say right now the commute's pretty good. no big problems. >> first day of summer. maybe some people took an early weekend. it's not that bad out there. in the south bay, i did find some backup on 280 northbound if we take a look at the cameras, we can show you at santa clara, that's the bottom part of your screen. at the toll plaza, your usual gridlock. those metering lights have been on since 6:00 this morning. finally this is highway 4 through baypoint, looks like it's windy out there but traffic flowing nicely. westbound on the bottom portion of your screen as you make your
way towards concord. >> how is it going? >> a very good morning. happy friday. a wee bit of fog. some near montera and the san mateo coast. i don't think it will last too much longer. there was a little bit this morning. it will be sunny today, nice, warmer. it depend how you like the temperatures. if you want the warmer temperatures, go inland, cooler temperatures, 60s, 70s. high pressure will stick around for a couple of days today and tomorrow. changes start on sunday. temperatures, we've been below all weekend long. nothing outrageous. actually -- normal is about 67, 84, 85. sunny, warm today, tomorrow warmer weather. it tops out tomorrow and then sunday turning cloudy, cooler and then rain likely on monday. brody sanders, he's a friend of mine, he runs about 30 herd of cattle. he wrote me.
really? yes, yes. we'll see if this holds. we have a couple of days to fine-tune this and iron things out. we didn't get any rain hardly at all in january, february, march. 50s on the temperatures. had some 40s. 20s, 30s up in the mountains. had some 40s up in mendocino county and lake county. temperatures are warming up pretty quick with the nights so short. a breeze will probably pick up later. it will be warmer inland. i don't think we'll see much of a change. 60s, 70s and 80s. warm as clearlake. oakland, walnut creek at 84. 79 san jose, but aboutle -- how about 83. 81 santa cruz. 60s on the coast. 70sen the peninsula for most. not -- 70s on the peninsula. cooler on sunday, rain likely on monday and probably tuesday, tori. >> wow.
7:44. a japanese court says samsung infringed on apple patents. the decision is only a partial verdict and in damages were announced. a full verdict is expected to come out later. but there's no time frame. the case is similar to other legal bats between the two tech giants in the u.s., south korea, australia and several european countries. samsung says it may appeal the decision. and one of the original apple computers goes on the auction block on christie's. vintage apple products have become especially hot properties since steve jobs died. apple 1 was auctioned off for $671,000 last month. the online auction starts on monday. 7:45. california firefighters have been warning all of us, this could be a very bad fire season. northern california pot growers could make a bad fire season even worse. a lot of people involved in the booming business of marijuana into humboldt county and
elsewhere, they are leveling hillsides making room for their illegal crop. officials say that's adding to the fire danger along with hurting the area's ecosystems. a fire near highway 1 and 17 may have been intentionally set. you are looking at cell phone video shot from the freeway. the fire started yesterday about 3:00 in the afternoon. it burned about three acres. one person was injured and taken to the hospital. police in santa cruz say they've detained two other people for questioning. it is 7:46. happening today, president obama will hold his first meeting with the privacy and civil liberties board. it's part of the obama administration's response to recent revelations about secret government surveillance programs. the president says the board will play a key role in addressing the public's concerns about the government's sweeping collection of phone and internet records. meanwhile, the company that conducted the security background check on this man,
edward snowden, is now under investigation itself. snowden is the young federal contractor who set off the surveillance scandal by going public with the top-secret surveillance program. a government watchdog group is now demanding answers on how he got top security clearance. and today, president obama will formally announce his choice to lead the fbi. the white house says the president has picked jim comey to become the new director. he served as deputy director for george w. bush. if confirmed he would replace robert mueller who has been the director since shortly before the 9/11 attacks in 2001. we have new details in the michael jackson wrongful death trial. an expert testified that michael jackson went without any real sleep for 60 days. the harvard sleep expert says michael jackson may be the only
human over without the r.e.m. sleep. he had been getting propofol injections from conraid murray. experts say that offers no real sleep and michael jackson would have died from a lack of sleep if the propofol would not have killed him first. anon has confirmed one of the -- an autopsy has confirmed james gandolfini died from a heart attack. he died wednesday while on a working vacation in italy. he was scheduled to get an award at an italian film festival. before his remains can be brought back here to the u.s., the american embassy in roam has to issue a death certificate. we're learning about a close call in the skies last week over new york city. this morning, the faa revealed a delta airlines jet arriving at j.f.k. international came within 100 feet of a shuttle america flight leaving nearby, la guardia. the close call triggered a brief air emergency but both
planes landed safely. a 79-year-old paraglider is in the hospital with serious injuries after crashing into a cliff. this happened yesterday about 3:15 p.m. about a quarter mile north of muscle rock beach in daly city. it took emergency crews 40 minutes to et go the man off the -- to get the man off the side of the cliff. he was transferred to a trauma unit. no word on his condition. a group from napa building a memorial to the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks is at the center of a bizarre controversy. the group released a flier that many people -- well, it includes a sexual pun when referring to a steel beam taken from the world trade center. the group is defending its choice of words and said it had no intention of making a play on words. 7:49. the city of sacramento is getting ready to write its first big check for the development of a new sports arena for the kings. officials will ask the city to
free up 6.5 million tuesday night. it would go towards hiring a team of financial and legal consultants. the entire construction project is expected to cost $448 million. they hope to have it complete pie 2016. 7:49. if you are a summer job seeker, you may find what you are looking at at california's great america job fair. the popular theme park wants to hire 300 new employees for the busy summer season. this event will go from noon to 8:00 p.m. this evening and tomorrow from 10:00 to 4:00. if you are an applicant, come prepared, bring a lot of copies of your resumes. a new faster version of we high has been approved. the it laest wi-fi technology offers speeds up to 1.3 gigabits per second. that's fast enough to transfer a movie to a tablet in under four minutes and more than double the size of the previous
standard. this comes at a crucial time. the average number of devices in america's households has doubled since the year 2008. well, like beer into a pint glass, money is glowing into sonoma county. find out how much pruers are contributing to the local economy -- brewers are contributing to the local economy. lclo
unusual accident in san jose. >> i just love her so much. >> 23-year-old shayla cypriano died last week while riding a bike to her new job. two commercial trucks collided, one tipped over, pipping her and her bike underneath. we're very saddened by the news. and then to have the little baby girl taken away was something, you know, really devastating. >> sipry sipry you an know was take -- cipriano was taken in by a foster family. her daughter is 2 and staying with her grandmother. darrell steinberg will be joining key national leaders in the movement against gun violence. in an hour from right now, they will be meeting at the san jose convention center. in the six months since the deadly sandy hook elementary school shooting. more than five 500 -- more than
500 have become else have of gun violence. -- victims of gun violence. well, sonoma county's craft brewers are really having an economic impact. they are sipping the success of adding 123 million to the local economy. those numbers are coming from a new study by the county economic development board. craft beer sales by volume went up 15% nationwide last year, be they jumped 41% in sonoma county. that's where the industry supports 500 jobs. all right. 7:55. let's check in with tara in for sal. what's going on in the east bay. >> we have an accident in hercules. one with a big rig hauling ten portable toilets on 80 eastbound on highway 4. definitely want to stay away from there.
there's problems on highway 4. westbound at hillcrest avenue, you can see the backup there. we'll keep an eye on it for you. up next, the bay bridge toll plaza, bottleneck from just past the macarthur maze all the way through the metering lights. it's easing up somewhat. still slow going into san francisco this morning. and finally, 237 milpitas. this is kind of a rare sight. westbound traffic on the upper portion of your screen there, westbound towards sunnyvale. looking pretty good. here's steve. >> clear skies. not much left of the visible satellite. there's only a few patches. we're good to go for sunshine. but overall, a lot of sunshine temperatures that close to seasonal average for the coast and the bay. inland we'll see a warmer pattern. it will be sunny. 50s, 60ser already. i think next hour -- 60s already. i think next hour the temperatures will warm up, especially away from the coast. high pressure, winds are out today and tomorrow and then a
very strong system will begin to move in sunday into monday for a big change in the pattern. 60s, 70s and 80s. maybe near 90 tomorrow. but then much cooler and rain on monday and continuing into tuesday. 7:57. an unexpected problem thousands of feet in the air. what hundreds of united airline passengers found out on their way to san francisco. hundreds of thousands us of fans are expected to be here at the know ma raceway this weekend -- sonoma raceway this weekend. we'll preview the weekend and talk about some of the traffic issues. >> reporter: richmond police are working several leads in an early-morning homicide. i will have the latest on the search for the shooter and what we've learned about the victim.
welcome back. i'm tori campbell. i'm dave clark. let's check weather. steve's right there. i like the sunshine but you say enjoy it while we can. >> for the weekend it looks pretty good, maybe monday, we're looking at rain coming in. today and tomorrow, a lot of sunshine, only patchy fog. by sunday changes will brew. today is the first day of summer, 60s, 70s and 80s. here's tara. highway 4 through the pay
point/passenger area. traffic not too bad at all. highway 24 through la fayette, we did see an earlier accident and then slowdown because of that, so it's sluggish as you make your drive toward the caldecott tunnel. back to the desk. all right. thank you. it's 7:59. we begin with developing news. richmond police are working several leads following an early-morning shooting that killed a 41-year-old man. ktvu's katie utehs has been on the story since 4:30 and has the latest for the search. >> reporter: the shooter is still at large, possibly multiple suspects, police say tell us, it could be two shooters other one. the police cleared the pullmanman point apartments. the -- pullman point apartments. as we left the scene, friends
and family of the 41-year-old victim, stacy marshall, were headed back to the apartment. sad morning at the apartment complex. marshall's mother says her son was kind and helpful. she didn't want to talk on camera and appeared shock over what happened. she broke down as the coroner removed his body. police say shots spotter activated around 12:30. officers were nearby and found marshall at the apartment dead of a gunshot wound. his mother said there was a fight. richmond police say they are still talking to witnesses trying to determine what led up to the shooting. nearby apartments were evacuated as the search went on. >> the suspect or suspects may have still been on the complex property. so as a precaution to officers, then started checking some of the apartments. some of the apartments in the complex are currently vacant. >> reporter: police say the shooter is believed to be a
black male in his 30s, possibly 5'7" and there may be multiple suspects. detectives are working several leads. police say dozens of people were on scene. not all have been helpful. police are asking anyone with additional information to come forward. in the city of richmond there's a $10,000 reward for information related to homicide investigations. so police, again, asking anyone with information to come forward. we do have a request in with police for the latest information on the suspect and also what may have led up to this early-morning shooting. live in richmond, katie utehs, ktvu channel 2 news. 8:02. jury deliberations continue in san francisco today for a cabdriver accused of hitting and killing a pedestrian three years ago. now, ktvu obtained exclusive video of the incident. i have to warn you, it's graphic. the cameras were mounted in the cab captured the moment of the
impact. the victim, 19-year-old alberto rodriquez. prosecutors say the cabdriver, san yu chin, ran a headlight and then -- red light and then ran a half-mile before friends of the victim chased him down. >> we don't have acre towards him -- anger towards him. we'reup upset we don't have my brother anymore. >> if if convicted, chin faces a year up in jail for vehicular manslaughter and up to four years for leaving the scene of an accident. the drunk driver who hit and killed a 17-year-old girl back in san francisco in march is due in court. police say kieran drew brewer was speeding when he hit hanran chang. it happened on her 17th birthday. brewer will be charged with gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated. bail is set at $300,000. it's a big day for the
world-famous chez restaurant in berkeley. the restaurant was badly damaged in a fire last march. the fire caused as much as $200,000 in damage when electrical equipment malfunctioned. the restaurant has been closed ef -- closed ever since. tonight they are having a grand opening. this morning crews are working to dry out the gordon restaurant. 2:00 a.m., fire sprinklers were activated leaving the place soaking wet. we're still waiting to hear why the sprinklers came on. no word of a fire. firefighters say there were three to four inches of water on the second floor. the water trickled down to the first floor around the basement. and a sacramento-based supermarket chain is the latest to establish a new rule ranking bitioners. rally's has received thousands of complaints angry with customers asking for signatures
when they go to shop. management found it impossible to pick and choose which group should be allowed to gather petitions. it felt a no-solicitation policy was the only fair solution. target, safeway and other retailers have adopted similar policies in recent years. santa clara county leaders say the upcoming budget looks more promising than in recent years. later today, the board will make the final decisions about the $4.6 billion spending plan. there's a $70 million deficit will be covered through department cuts, labor concessions and revenues from a voter-approved sales tax hike. while paying the pensions and retirement benefits are still a big kemp, the board says they are pleased there won't be any layoffs. the funding for some programs have been restored. a fiscal year begins -- the fiscal year begins july 1st. budget problems have created brown grass. bad news for families who want to take their kids to the park. coming up for you at 8:25, the
new-found money that will turn water and new life into these dry, brown sonoma county parks. about 100,000 car racing fans will jam into the sonoma raceway this weekend. nascar is coming back to the bay area brian flores is down there getting advice about the traffic this weekend. >> reporter: yeah, dave. race officials say if you are gonna be around the raceway, highway 37. get ready. it will be a lot of traffic. but there are some alternatives that you can use when you come here to the race. you are taking a live look along the racetrack, a lot of the pit crews unveiling the cars, getting them prepped for this morning's practice. we're talking about the toyota save-mart 350. pit crews getting the cars ready for practice run. the race car haulers left in a
parade through downtown sacramento. they made it here yesterday. the official race begins on sunday. but there are plenty of events happening. until then, today will be mostly practice day with the racers with saturday being the qualifying day. roughly 100,000 people attend the event. expect a lot of traffic. leave early if you can. if you are headed to the race, leave early. highway 37 is gonna be more stopping than going. >> if you are not coming to the race, this is not a good place to be driving your car on sunday. we have a lot of people coming in. we do -- with all of the infrastructure improvements we've made at the track, we do a pretty good job getting people off the highway and into our parking lots. traffic coming in won't be as bad as it was back in the old days. >> reporter: so the raceway is hoping to ease congestion. the sports fan express is a bus service that will transport fans from places like livermore, concord, fairfield, santa rosa, novato and san rafael.
sonoma county transit will carry race fans. and amtrak is offering the nascar express which begins in sacramento. has stops in davis and suisun city. from what we understand that was more of a package offer. it's sold out. pit crews getting ready to the practice runs that begin at noon today. the 0,000 to 100,000 -- 90,000 to 100,000 people expected to pack the stands. a lot of traffic as well. if you are headed out here, be forewarned of the traffic issues. brian flores. ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, brian. well, you have to be prepared for traffic in sonoma county. but we want to check in with tara. since before 6:00, it started early. it looks like it may be ending early. give yourself a few extra minutes. let's take a look at the south bay, 280 at the 880 split.
things are beginning to pick up on 280 northbound. that's the good news. in san francisco, 101, traffic is looking great in both directions. oftentimes we'll see that southbound traffic there on the right bottle up. everything is moving right along right now. last but not least a gravel spill out in antioch. this is on highway 4 westbound at hillcrest avenue. sluggish traffic as you drive toward pittsburg. let's check in with steve. all right. thank you, tara. >> you are welcome. what's going on, steve? >> waiting. >> waiting for the sun? >> no. the sun is already here. i'm waiting for the control room. >> you can sing a song while we're waiting? >> a nice map. a little delay at highway 4 between antioch and -- there we are. >> you do it all, traffic and weather. >> don't say that. >> we have a mostly clear pattern here except for a little bit of patchy fog and temperatures will -- hi.
there i am. never man the man behind the green scene. tharps will be warming up -- green scene. temperatures will -- temperatures will be warming up. it race rain monday/tuesday. there's couple of days here to iron things out. we'll see. but it sure looks like. the projection in the five-day outlook is very, very bullish for monday and tuesday with a 1- inch plus in the north bay. i doubt much makes it south. we didn't have any rain hardly at all. why not bring in rain for june. morning fog, sunny. cooler start to sunday. maybe some rain on sunday up to mendocino county, lake county. monday looks like the main day. today and tomorrow, though, if you are away from the coast, temperatures will warm up. but the warmer weather, 60s, 70s and 80s. warmer towards santa cruz and capitola. clouds increase on sunday. this could change. it could get better. but early signs show .25 town
down to monterey. two inches, mendocino county north which would be incredible for this time of year. 50s on the temperatures. weight had some 40s. we're starting to get in some low 60s. 58 ukiah. 65 sacramento. 20s, 30s in the mountains. it still getting chilly in the morning up there. for us, there's just a tiny bit of fog left on the san mateo coast. other than that, it will be sunny up and down the coast. the morning fog is done. highs will be anywhere from 60s, to 70s. 80s inland. maybe a few pushing into 90. 87 pittsburg. 75 oakland. alameda at 70. livermore at 84. 85, 86 morgan hill to gilroy. sunnyvale all in there. san jose, 79. warmer out towards east san jose. 60sen the coast. south san francisco, 70s to 80s on the peninsula. not much change on saturday. cooler sunday. here comes some rain on monday.
maybe tuesday. >> some quick thinking by a group of men who saw a little girl about to fall out of a window. what they did in an effort to save her life. >> reporter: right this minute, senators on capitol hill are debating immigration reform. democrats are offering tighter border security but not all republicans are buying it. i will break it down for you in a live report in a few minutes. goodnight.
hold into saturday. it will be cooler starting on sunday. 8:14. bracing for the worse. 100,000 people have been forced from their homes in cal valerie, canada. military helicopters and boats are looking for people who may be stranded in the floodwaters. the new u.s. embassy in libya starts her first full day on the job. she met with with officials yesterday. she's the first u.s. embassy to libya since christopher stevens died in attacks on september 11th of the last year. stevens, a bay area native, was one of four americans killed in that terrorist attack. and police clashed with protesters as an estimated 1 million brazilians hit the
streets. it was the biggest demonstration yet against the demonstrators. today the president will hold an emergency meeting with the cabinet to discuss how to respond to the growing unrest. a breakthrough in those negotiations for immigration reform. some republican senators may vote for it after democrats promised more money for border security. ktvu's kyla campbell is in our washington, d.c. bureau with the details of the plan both parties say they can live with. >> kyla? >> reporter: senator majority leader harry reid spoke from the senate floor a few weeks ago. he believes the search will wint over support from the senate and the house. he wants the senate to vote as soon as monday but not everyone is on board. >> we finished here late last night. we had a lot of issues that were unresolved and we have a couple of this morning -- couple this morning. >> we're going on 11:00, and we
were told that we will still seek a day the amendment that fixes everything that we can just relax and go home. >> reporter: the plan includes more than doubling the number of border patrol agents to about 40,000 and giving them new high-tech equipment including radar and drones. the deal calls for finishing a 700-mile long fence separating mexico from border states. the cost for both could be as high as $50 billion. but it could be the only way to get republicans on board. many in the gop say the security boreds has to come before the $11 million people here illegally start to go through the 13-year citizen process. even if this passes through with a vote next week, it's not guaranteed to be taken up right away by the republican- controlled house. john boehner said he wants to vote on immigration reform by the end of the year. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. a key ruling expected today
in the florida murder trial of george zimmerman. he's the neighborhood watchman charged with the shooting death of 17-year-old trayvon martin. a judge may rule on whether an expert witness for the prosecution can testify about the screams that were heard on 911 calls made during last year's fatal confrontation with trayvon martin. the expert says they were screams of help and they came from trayvon martin. yesterday, six women were selected for the jury to decide if george zimmerman is guilty of second-degree murder. the opening statements are due to begin next week. meantime, there are several reports this morning that say new england patriots' tight end, aaron hernandez, may soon be arrested in connection with a homicide. there's bun report that says an arrest warrant is coming after hernandez's home security system and his cell phone were found to have been destroyed. earlier this week, a man was found dead in an industrial park about a mile from his home. video evidence reportedly shows
hernandez with that victim just hours before the body was found. 8:18. hundreds of passengers heading to sfo were in for a big surprise after finding out they would have to go without a pretty essential item. the united flight took off from london heading to san francisco when airline attendants real liesed they were really low on toy let paper. so they put cocktail nappens in the -- napkins in the bathroom that read "fly by the tips of your fingers." the airline has apologized to the customers for the inconvenience. san francisco's human services agency is backing off a plan that would have made it more difficult for homeless families to get on shelter waiting lists. the proposed policy would have required families to fall below certain income levels.
the examiner reports the plan received strong criticism from the board of supervisors, including david campos who threatened to block it if introduced. police in palo alto have announced plans to deal with the issue of people camping in cars. residents have complained about this for years. an ordinance banning people from camps in cars was first presented to the council in 2011. 8:20. a group of deliverymen seen on video saving the life of a little girl in chine flaw. the men said they saw this 2 -- china. the men said they saw this 2- year-old girl dangling. they shotted up to her and then she rumped and the men broke her fall with their arms outstretched. two of the men were hurt in the rescue. but the little girl escaped with just a cut on her face. well, if you follow kim kardashian and the family and
you've been waiting to hear the name of kim and kanye west's baby, tmz and others are reporting they named the new baby girl north west. kim kardashian gave birth to her daughter on saturday. so far, kanye west and kim kardashian have said little about the baby. now that they know the name, a lot of the fans can't wait to see the pictures of baby north. >> i think i heard they were gonna call her norri for shirt. -- for short. preparing for one of the most drugs jobs a first person look at what it takes to become a firefighter. we're looking outside the window at a beautiful friday morning. meteorologist steve paulson will have your forecast for the first full weekend of summer. traffic moving along at the
firefighters. some parks are about to turn green. the irrigation budget has been used up for the year. but there's a new development yesterday that changed all of that. the city manager found an extra $200,000 from the salaries of jobs that have gone unfilled. those sprinklers should be back on within a couple of days. let's check in with tara. >> we have a little bit of a slowdown on the bridge. let's take a live look. this is the golden gate. you see the traffic moving nicely as you make your way into san francisco. up next, the bay bridge toll plaza, it's kind of been a
nightmare since a little bit before 6:00 this morning. those metering lights are on. give yourself an extra 15, 20 minutes to get into the city. finally at the san mateo bridge, you can see that it was really foggy earlier and it lifted. >> let's check in with steve. >> all right. we do have clear skies now. if there's any fog left, there's hardly any i can kind. a lot of sunshine first day of summer, temperatures will be pretty close to average, maybe slightly above for some away from the coast. 60s, 70s, already 64 in fairfield and antioch. they are on their way to becoming warm to hot. today and tomorrow look to be almost identical. we'll see a cooldown. warming trend today and tomorrow. 60s, 70s and 80s. clouds increase turning cooler on monday. and maybe more than just a little bit. 60s, 70s and 80s.
some of these temperatures slightly above. most are near average. we've been below most of the week. not much change saturday, cooler sunday. we'll -- we'll cloud it up. >> find the umbrella for next week. 8:26. shock in napa, how a new september 11th memorial connected to a shocking pun. plus -- anticipation after the biggest one-day drop on the s&p since november of 2011. how the federal stimulation package has continued to affect investors. >> reporter: we're live in milpitas where a car has crashed into the front of starbucks. we'll tell you how customers and employees are doing and what the driver told me what happened. have a good night. here you go. you, too.
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breaking news in milpitas. coffee drinkers got a jolt they weren't expected. janine de la vega is live where a car crashed into that starbucks. >> reporter: we're here on talavara boulevard and victoria. they've already hauled away the car. it's a big mess. a lot of shattered glass. there's starbucks coffee and still good on the ground. in the distance you can see there's some starbucks' employees cleaning up. but they still taped this off. known will be getting coffee this morning. police say a honda terrific crashed through the front entrance of the complex just before 7:30 a.m. we were told by police that five employees were inside.
there were five or six customers having their coffee. two of them were outside. fortunately, nobody was hurt. now, i spoke to the female driver off camera. she tells me she's very embarrassed and feels bad. she had just come from the gym and was going to buy coffee and mistakenly pressed the gat instead of the brake. nobody was hit or hurt. everybody was shaken up and back out here live, again, you can see a lot of cleanup is gonna be done. there's crews that came in to sort of help with that cleanup and board up the mess. we know that apparently, a supervisor at starbucks just arrived a short time ago. we're gonna try to find out exactly what plan is, if they are even able to open up today. police are investigating this accident to find out some more information and, again, unclear if the starbucks is gonna open back up here on calaveras
boulevard. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. 8:31. new this morning, san jose police announced a plan to crack down on violence this summer and it starts today. for the rest of june, 20 gang- suppression cars will be tee employed all over the city. each car will be -- deployed all over the city. in july, 12 more cars will be added. that will bring the total number of officers to 64. the plan calls for staggering the police officers' hours to create a more visible presence on weekends and at night. in august, the police department will create a gang- suppression unit that will be operating seven days a week. all of this comes on the heels of a gang-related shooting that left a 16-year-old dead. manuel urzoua was beaten and shot on virginia avenue on wednesday. he died yesterday from his injuries. so far no arrests have been made. now, his death marks san jose's 25th homicide this year. in oakland, a 4-year-old
girl is recovering in a hospital after falling two stories. this happened yesterday at a home on 23rd avenue in the fruitvale district. firefighters say a very quick- thinking bystander jumped a fence to help the girl. she was rushed to children's hospital. she suffered head injuries. we're told she's expected to be okay. 8:32. happening now, the stock markets are continuing to ride up and down this morning. as pam cooks reports from the newsroom, the fed is still the focus this morning. >> reporter: this morning, the talk who is who -- the talk is who will replace bernanke. this has created to the vol lylte this week along with the announcement from the fed on wednesday that there could be easing of monetary policy. we're out in san francisco this morning talking with some local traders. >> for your average investors as -- as war enbuffett would say -- warren buffett would
say, stocks are on sale. one would want to buy stocks when they are on sale. >> some are buying them. but the volatility continues this morning. but morgan stanley's chairman and ceo said stock drop this week is an overreaction. analysts point out that the markets don't go straight up or down. they go up, they consolidate. they stabilize. depending upon the news of the day. today we have disappointing news from oracle. that's contributing to taking the nasdaq down. let's check in on the big board right now. you can see if you are following us earlier this morning, the markets right after the sound of that bell, the markets headed higher. the dow jones now is down 48 points. 33%. i'm looking at the nasdaq and the s&p 500 and it's just about the same as well. the nasdaq a little bit more, down almost a number percentage and again a lot of that having to do with oracle as well. as we mentioned, the volatility is a big deal.
i worked on a trading floor a while ago. tori, you were in the business as well. it has not changed that much. uncertainty is a problem for investors. that causes inuncertainty. it's uncertain -- uncertainty. it's sun tern who will take over -- it's uncertain who will take over when ben bernanke leaves. an h.o.v. makeover is underway. caltrans and vta plans to open up new carpool lanes on 880 tomorrow morning. caltrans says the goal is to alleviate traffic in both directions on the corridor from highway 101 in san jose to state route 237 in milpitas but drivers fear the new lanes may do the opposite. 8:35. only on 2, there is a new effort in contra costa county to capture the person who killed the single mother.
sylvia valdivia was found sopped on her home in the riverside apartments in baypoint six years ago. her brother said she moved there after separating from her husband to start over with her two children. investigators say there was no sign of forced entry and no signed of sexual assault or robbery. >> we have a lot of forensic evidence that will make this case a very prosecutable case but we don't have the identity to go with the forensic evidence. >> investigators say sylvia's ex-husband was cleared in the case along with her ex- boyfriend. a three-judge panel wants prison overcrowding reduced in 33 prisons. governor brown wants more time before this happens. >> the court wants immediate action. they are even threatening to hold the governor in contempt of court. the governor says the state will challenge this order.
alameda county sheriffs say this will touch off a wave of crimes by releasing these policen inners. a popular stretch of fisherman's wharf is now more tourist-friendly. crews added a new two-way traffic configuration, crosswalks and more lighting. they will be able to enjoy more sidewalk space as before. music will fill the streets in san francisco to help raise money for charity. popup concerts are happening at various public parklets in san francisco. there's about ten different locations with 35 performers. one is happening at cafe roma. the shows are free to the public. any money donated will go toive -- will go to five local charities. the miami heat and their fans are celebrating yet
another nba championship. last night thousands of fans swarmed downtown miami celebrating. police say there were no major problems. it was generally peaceful out there. police chased away a couple people. they were jumping on top of limos leaving the arena. >> james pulls up. puts it in! four-point lead. [ cheers ] >> it was just an exciting, tense game, tori, all the way through. lebron james led the victory. he had 37 points and miami beat a very good san antonio spurs' team in that 7th and deciding game of the nba finals. there's the trophy. in the past, lebron has won back-to-back nba titles, he's won olympic gold medal. this summer, he gets another ring. lebron is getting married. >> and that's the most important ring of all. >> the most important one. let's check in with tara in for sal this morning. some kind of traffic hazard in the east bay.
>> around dublin and san marrone. we have a momma deer and her babies in the freeway at 580 and 680 southbound. be aware of it. caltrans is trying to move them over. we do have some serious stuff to talk about in the south bay here. we have a three-car crash in mountain view, and injury -- an injury accident blocking a lane at 280 northbound at the 85 northbound north of de anza. a serious accident in montyer is raw -- monty serra. we're checking on that right now. we'll bring you some updates. at the bay bridge toll plaza, you can see that the traffic has been pretty bad since before 6:00 this morning. we have the backup all the way almost to the maze. give yourself an extra 15, 20 minutes to get in the city. this is highway 24 through la fayette. finally back to normal. we had an earlier accident. everything got bottlenecked. now everything is running smoothly for the caldecott
tunnel. a lot of sunshine. a little bit of fog early. i mean really early. it was moving in the bay. and then it was gone. it looks like almost all of it is gone. there was some but it didn't last very long. we are good to go. severe clear, 60s already for some. antioch and fairfield in there. had some 40s. mountain view 60 at moffett. it's close for everyone else. these temperatures about a half- hour old. high pressure today and tomorrow but a very unseasonly strong system is beginning to develop up in the gulf of alaska. and some of the updated forecasts that just come in. i did a double take on monday morning when it showed the projection for rain. it looked solid. we'll see if this continues -- if this continues. the coast will be sunny but generally 60s and 70s. inland we'll be in the 80s. increasing clouds on sunday. fog, low clouds. maybe some rain to the north, sunday evening. rain looks likely on monday. we could see one to two inches
of rain around here, especially to the north bay and .25 to .5. what i just saw would confirm that amount. sunny, warmer. sunny for all. brees at times -- breezy at times. temperatures have been lee below almost all -- below almost all weekend long. brentwood, oakley, clearlake, vacaville, 80s inland. 70s around the bay. 60s, 70s around capitola. i see a big change starting on sunday. rain rolls in on monday and could linger into tuesday. 8:41. the booming business of pot in northern california. how marijuana could make an already-bad fire season even worse. >> reporter: we're live along the sonoma raceway. we'll review the big event.
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the last two days after the feds said the u.s. economy is doing so well, it could wind down its bond-buying program next year. taking a live look, the dow is down 55. the nasdaq is down 35 -- s&p down 8. san francisco is becoming a battleground for tech startups that allow users to track taxingies from their homes -- taxis from their homes. three companies are hooked up with cabs in the city. they all work with cab drivers but not all go through the dispatch systems. san francisco municipal transportation agency is also working to get technology that would track all cabs in the city which would let riders hail the closest taxi. and food trucks in san francisco are creating their own economy. the san francisco business times reports the number of mobile food vendors has doubled in the last three years. some have led to brick b mortar
restaurants creating jobs -- brick & mortar restaurants creating jobs. let's bring you up to date on some of the other top stories we're following for you. police in richmond searching for someone who hat and killed a man overnight on pullman avenue. some residents were evacuated as a precaution ugg -- as a precaution during the overnight police search. and an unexpected jolt for coffee lovers at this starbucks. a car crashed right through the car window. it happened about an hour ago at park victoria shopping center. luckily, no customers or employees inside were hurt. a breakthrough in washington, d.c. on immigration reform. democrats and some senate republicans have brokered a deal. it calls for doubling the size of the border patrol to 40,000 agents. democrats think the deal will now get enough republican
support to pass. republicans have emphasized that tougher security has to happen before providing a path to citizenship for 11 million people in this country illegally. well, some scary moments in san francisco, a muni bus careened out of control and a passenger helped save day the -- helped save the day. the masonic husband about passengers on board when it collided with a volkswagen jetta making an illegal turn near fell street about 6:20 last night. that bus with the volkswagen stuck in the grill, just barreled across the panhandle and people scrambled to get out of the way. about that time, this passenger rushed out of his seat to wear the driver -- to where the driver was. >> i just put my foot on the break and stopped it before it fent into fell and once it came to a stop, i asked if he was okay. was he having a heart attack? he said no, i just couldn't stop the bus. i couldn't stop the bus. the bus driver was later treated for back pain.
no one else was hurt. police say the driver of the volkswagen may be citing for making an illegal turn. happening today, president obama will hold his first meeting with a privacy and civil liberties board. it's part of the obama administration's response to recent revelations about secret government programs. the president says the board will play a key role in addressing the public's concerns about the government's sweeping direction of phone and internet records. there is a new in this scandal. we're learning the national security agency can keep copies of intercepted communications from u.s. citizens indefinitely. that's according to the latest leak of top-secret u.s. documents. records show the nsa will hold onto classified material if they think critical -- obtain critical evidence of crimes. today, president obama will formally announce his choice to
lead the fbi. the white house says the president has picked jim comey to become the new director. he served as deputy u.s. attorney general for president bush. if confirmed by the u.s. senate he would replace robert mueller who has been the director since shortly before the 9/11 attacks in 2001. a group from napa who is building a memorial to the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks are at the center of a bizarre controversy. the group has put out a flier that many feel includes a sexual pun when it refers to a steel beam taken from the world trade center. the group is defending their choice of words and say say -- and say they they -- and say they had no intention of making a play on words. you can see the flier at ktvu.com. 8:49. about 100,000 racing fans are expected this weekend in sonoma, gear heads and -- gearheads and speed demons are
converging for the race. brian flores is live at track side with what fans can expect. >> reporter: good morning. remember the phrase about an hour ago i said probably the quietest it will be. get that. that's hout -- forget that. that's out the window. it will be like this throughout the weekend as well. race officials are praising for a lot of traffic but a lot of fun as well. one of the biggest nascar events in the nation. the stands are gonna be packed. this morning the pits are getting ready for the practice rounds. we're talking about racers like jimmy johnson, jeff gordon, to name a few. the official race begins on sunday, but there are plenty of events happening it. saturday is the qualifier. as we mentioned, roughly 100,000 people attend the
event. expect a lot of traffic. if you are headed to the race. race officials say leave as early as you can. security will be tight. >> we have extensive relationships with homeland security and the fbi and law enforcement and so there is always a major presence here and we're always very alert to any kind of thing that would put the fans here at risk. >> reporter: expect a lot of traffic around highway 37 leading up to the main gate. also here's what's being done to ealleviate some of that traffic. >> the -- alleviate some of that traffic. there will be buses and sonoma county transit will carry fans from the track to the plaza. and amtrak is offering a service called nascar express. from what we understand, that has already been sold out. back out here live, tickets are still available for the races.
tickets range from $10 to $45 and $100 -- [inaudible] >> reporter: obviously, very loud out here. i can barely hear myself speak. we're live in sonoma, brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. >> all right. thank you, brian. nine minutes before 9:00. californiafuls have been warning this could be a very bad fire season. northern california pot growers could make a bad fire season even worse. many people involved in the booming business of marijuana in humboldt county and elsewhere are leveling hillsides to make room for their illegal crop. that's adding for the fire danger along with hurting the ecosystem. 8:52. another amazing development in the rapidly-changing world of high technology. you will find out about a new faster diversion of wi-fi that's been approved. 101 through san francisco looking good but we do have some accidents around the area to tell you about. we'll let you know coming up.
a faster version of wi-fi has been approved. this offers speeds up to 1.3 gigabits per second. that's fast enough to transfer a high definition movie to that tablet in under four minutes. it's more than double the top speed of the previous standard. this comes at a crucial time because the average number of wi-fi devices in u.s. house
holds has doubled since 2008. one of the original apple computers goes on the auction block at christie's. vintage apple products have become hot products since steve jobs died. an -- an apple 1 was auctioned off for $670,000 last month. the auction starts monday. an autopsy on james gandolfini did confirm he died of a heart attack on wednesday in italy. i was scheduled to get an award at an italian film festival. before his remains can be brought here to the united states, the american embassy in rome has to issue a death certificate. a special movie screening for the new movie about the killing of oscar grant was at oakland's grandlake theater last night. >> it was time for us to have a very needed discussion about our humanity and how we interact with each other. i was thrilled to be part of it. >> that was one of the movie's
stars. she played oscar grant's mother in the movie fruits. ryan kugler wrote and directed -- movie "fruitvale station." ryan kugler directed the movie. >> now, grant's family was also there at last night eight screening along with forest whitty kerr with the glasses -- whitaker with the glasses. he produced the movie. all right. tara. a problem in the north bay? >> tibby run, 101 southbound, it's been move -- tibbyran 101 southbound. it's been moved to the shoulder and two lanes are blocked northbound at 85 due to a crash there. and then a serious accident
involving a bicyclist and a car that is in los gatos. that's right on austin way. we're keeping an eye on that. we understand an ambulance is on scene. at the bay bridge toll plaza backup, it's been like this for three hours. definitely give yourself extra time. at the golden gate bridge, wanted to end on a high note here. have a great day, happy first day of summer. 8:57. let's send it over to steve. nice and warm today and tomorrow. clouds roll in on sunday. rain on monday. >> all right. we got it. thank you for making ktvu your choice for news. >> have a great weekend. >> goodbye. have a good night. here you go. you, too. i'm going to dream about that steak. dream about that tiramisu. what a night, huh? but, um, can the test drive be over now? head back to the dealership? oh, yeah. [ male announcer ] it's practically yours. [ wife ] sorry. [ male announcer ] but we still need your signature. volkswagen sign then drive is back. and it's never been easier to get a passat. that's the power
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