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driver's arrest. he is facing several charges this morning all ahead on "mornings on 2". >> this is ktvu "mornings on 2". >> good morning to you and welcome to "mornings on 2". it is wednesday, june 22nd. i am claudine wong in for gasia mikaelian. >> i am dave clark. how did it feel outside to you? >> it was a little cool, but i actually liked it because it was a little hot yesterday. >> it was. >> it was a little -- yes, and i liked it. i said, thank you, steve. >> i bet that's what you said. good morning. we have a much bigger fog bank and it's going to be cooler for just about everybody. i say that because there is still some this time of year. it's a tall order to cool down some areas. there is a pretty good breeze. it's a westerly breeze yesterday. 94 in santa rosa. going 86 today. 91 redwood city.
80 today. livermore from 98. 89. and san jose from 90 to 83 degrees. so speaking of san jose, today that 83/57. average is 82/57. they are right where they should be. 101 1989 the record high. we are looking at temperatures, because they are cooling down, when you have a delta breeze to 31, 40s, 50s, soft 60s for some. outside of napa 46. sebastopol 37. the fog has come ramping back in a big way. system to the north helping to enhance that. low clouds, sunny, breezy, still warm. 90s inland. coming down 5, 7 degrees compared to yesterday. 60s, 70s, upper 80s, few mid 90s. way out there, if you know what i mean, sal. if you know what i mean, sal. yes, i do, steve. thank you very much. good morning you to. we are look at the commute from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. it's not a bad commute. it's taking 30 minutes. by the time you get to the
maze, it looks pretty good, but there is slow traffic in richmond, as there normally is. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza you will see slow traffic as you drive through. it's a 25-minute delay. the traffic on highway 4 is slow mostly through pittsburg and baypointe and 680 slows 242 to 24 and lafayette. it's final by the time you reach danville. 580 livermore today much better than yesterday. we don't have any crashes reported. that is back to normal. 7:02. let's go back to the desk. this morning the santa clara county district attorney will announce at 10:00 this morning what he wants done to help victims of sexual crimes. he is going to propose new legislation inspired by the woman who was sexual lay assaulted at stanford university by brock turner. janine de la vega is in palo alto right now. tell us more about this story, janine. >> reporter: dave, the case was
prosecuted here in palo alto and now the d.a. and the prosecutor who tried the turner case are returning here this morning. they are going to be holding a news conference at 10:00 a.m. they want justice for victims of sex crimes. now, the district attorney jeff rosen is going to be talking about new legislation. she is proposing that was inspired by the woman sexually assault by turner. we don't have details yet on what type of change he is asking for, but it's clear that he heard the outcry from the public on this case. it attracted national attention when the judge sentenced turner to six months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious intoxicated woman on the stanford campus. prosecutors had asked for a much longer sentence. since the judge's ruling, petitions have circulated to recall the judge. last week the d.a. removed the judge from an unrelated sexual assault case in light of the controversy that he was facing. right now in sacramento there is already a push for change.
lawmakers listened to emotional testimony in support of a bill that would remove the statute of limitations on rape and sexual assault cases. currently, the limit is ten years. that bill comes in the wake of allegations against bill cosby. we know that the d.a. rosen was disappointed with the sentence that turner received. he has said that the punishment did not fit the crime. so we're just going to have to wait and see what this that he is proposing. the san francisco commission is set to view on new use of force rules for the police. groups are hoping to make lethal force a last resort. it does not address the issue of whether to give san
francisco police officers tasers. that's gonna come in a separate vote. an oakland city council woman is under fire for reportedly using her power to interfere with a housing project for a lot next to her home. the council woman according to the report broke state and city ethics rules by delaying the approval process. the report doesn't many the council woman, but the "san francisco chronicle" says a source identified her as city council president. the grand jury also criticized the city council for not reprimanding her. 7:05. a very emotional service was held yesterday in san jose for a fallen police officer. >> end of watch june 14th, 2016. san jose kma. >> thousands of people attended this public memorial at the sap
center. it was for officer michael katherman killed last week in the line of duty when his police motorcycle was hit head on by a minivan. >> just reemphasizes the dangers of our jobs and really the importance of the brotherhood and sisterhood that we have. >> they put their life on the line for us. the least people can do is come out and show support. >> officer katherman is the second san jose police officer to die in the line of duty in the last two years. now, we posted a slide show from that memorial service. you can see it on our channel 2 website ktvu.com. a san francisco man is facing charges after he was caught driving a party bus filled with teens and liquor. marin county authorities received a tip monday night about a bus picking up teenage passengers in larkspur. officers spotted the bus, so they stopped it and found 33 boys and girls between the ages of 15 and 17 on board.
officers also found 30 bottles of hard alcohol, marijuana and prescription pills. investigators say a 16-year-old boy booked that bus online. his friends say he meant no harm. >> people snuck it in their bags and pockets. that's also bad, too. he got in trouble for everyone who just didn't even ask really. >> authorities identified the driver as 63-year-old james green. police say he was arrested on charges including child endangerment, possession of controlled substance, and carrying a switch blade. 7:07. police in the east bay city of newark are searching for whoever robbed the belongings of more than 100 cub scouts. somebody broke into a trailer parked at birch grove park where the cub scouts are holding a camp. the director discovered broken lots monday morning. at first he thought everything was fin. then he realized expensive leather working tools and special archery equipment had
been stolen. just an hour after he reported the items missing the young cub scouts started to show up for camp. >> kind of like weird. why would just someone steal, like, a bow and an arrow? >> i don't understand why you steal this kind of thing. what do you use that for? those things can bring happiness for the kids. >> now, the cub scout program searched 10,000 children a year. the whole scouting program. the camp director hopes who stole that equipment will find out how they have hurt and disappointed the kids and will give the stuff back. it will cost more than $3,000 and also a lot of time to replace this specialized archery equipment. even with the rain this past winter, a study said it could take four years for the sierra snowpack to return to pre-drought levels. researchers say in past droughts the state bounces back in a year. but the current drought is so
severe that the recovery will take a lot longer. even if the next several winters bring above-normal snowfalls. all right. time is 7:09. more scrutiny for the oakland police department and one of its sergeants. in 20 minutes, what he did with confidential information and why some of the cases he worked on may be called into question. plus, hundreds of doughnut lovers lined up early this morning for the grand opening of the only dunkin' donuts store in the bay area. you can see we have huge crowds still here this morning. we will tell you how early some folks got here and what the draw is with dunkin' donuts. all that coming up. good morning. we are looking at a commute where traffic actually doing pretty well in some areas. as you can see, traffic here on eastshore freeway looks pretty good. from no fog yesterday at all and some hot temps to a big field goal today and a strong onshore breeze. we will show you how much
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well, they started lining up at 2:00 this morning. >> are you kidding? >> you can't get me out of bed even for good doughnuts. people couldn't wait any longer for dunkin' donuts. >> you know what? apparently doughnuts are not the only attraction at this new doughnut shop in walnut creek. some people say there was something else drawing them to the only dunkin' donuts in the bay area. hey, alex, you have been out there since early this morning. you are still there. >> reporter: yeah. i'm still here. yeah. i am in the middle of all the action. probably in the way, truth be told. they will shove me if they need me out of the way. it's not just the doughnuts is the big draw here for dunkin' donuts lovers. it's the coffee here. and it's all freshly brewed, i'm told. they are going to let me pour myself a little cup here. this is not the decaf, right?
we don't do decaf on the morning show. we do the strong stuff. the owner of this dunkin' donuts store, the only one in the bay area, is that a nice pour? >> you are hired. >> reporter: what is so special about dunkin' donuts coffee? a lot of folks in line tell me they are here for the coffee. >> it's unbelievable. i am averaging three cups a day. i am hooked on it. what makes our coffee so great is that we grind our beans and then brew them right away. we don't pre-grind. the coffee is always fresh within 18 minutes. after 18 minutes we dump what's not served. the cup you are about to drink was brewed in the last 30 seconds, given the amount of people here. >> reporter: and we have hundreds of people who have lined up since very early this morning coming here because this is the only dunkin' donuts in the bay area. a lot of folks from back east are telling us that they have waited for a long time for one of these stores.
we caught up with one of the people in line early this morning anxious to get his hands on some dunkin' donuts. >> commercials. love the breakfast. just couldn't wait for it to get here. i live around the corner. i will be here every day. >> reporter: you don't think that's dangerous? >> no. >> reporter: all right. so obviously we have huge crowds here today at this dunkin' donuts store. 1250 newell avenue here in downtown walnut creek. let me ask you, matt, i mean, this is the bay area. we are all very health conscious here. dunkin' donuts is gonna -- you feel like you will do well? >> absolutely. we have a dd smart menu. we have egg white flatbread sandwiches. we have turkey sausages. >> reporter: health conscious options? >> absolutely. we understand that this market a little unusual relative to the rest of the country where people here are more so
conscious of options, of healthy options. we offer -- we have a whole menu dedicated to that. and our coffee is pretty healthy. >> reporter: i want to get some -- do you think i should get flavoring in my coffee, guys? >> no, no. drink it straight. >> no, get some flavor in there. >> reporter: you're right. >> i am drinking my coffee with you, alex. >> reporter: all right. cheers to that, claudine. i do like a little flavor. i must confess, i like some sweetness. it is delicious. >> just between you and me, alex -- >> do you have any doughnuts out there? i put in an order to get you guys some doughnuts. >> yes. i got the sprinkles. dunkin' donuts coffee is really good. tell them i said thank you. >> reporter: i certainly will. >> we like to help you out, alex, but i got to tell you, i might like the doughnuts maybe
a little bit better. >> you know, it is all about the doughnuts. of course, you can cheat every once in a while, enjoy a doughnut and then head over to the gym. >> i like that you are doing a story today that allows me to eat doughnuts as part of my job. i am just required to do it and drink my coffee and somehow that's okay. >> alex, we will talk to you later. >> reporter: it's all good, claudine. cheers to you guys. i am going to have another cup. the next time you see me, i will be wired. >> i raise a doughnut to you. time is 7:16. >> sal, did they get you a doughnut? >> i know he had to have one. >> they did. one of our viewers wrote in to say, because i asked for the pink one and got it, the viewer called in the homer simpson. i don't know why. >> mine is pink with sprinkles. i take your doughnut and take it up a notch.
>> if you are grabbing your cup of coffee, a doughnut, let's get a report on the bay bridge approach. you will need a little extra time. it is backed up out to the macarthur maze and that 880 ramp, boy, it's not looking that great here. all of a sudden we have a lot of crowded conditions. you have heard me say this before. i am wondering where the summertime good traffic went. westbound 92 heading out to the high-rise now a few months ago, maybe about a month ago, i did a report on asking why is it so bad? the simple answer was the economy. more people have more jobs and they are going to them right now. this is a look at 880 southbound. the road sensors firing up red from about 238 down to dakoto road. now at 7:17. steve, steve, steve. >> doughnuts, doughnuts. [ applause ] . >> what do you have? >> i got the chocolate one.
don't! don't! thank you, sal. the fog is back. yesterday it was clear and warmed up and was hot. boy, that fog bank, there was a little bit when i came in early this morning. now there is a lot mainly up and down the coast. also filling in in the bay. the west wind is the key. chad said cold and windy up here on san bruno mountain. foggy, too. yes. happy wednesday. i'll say. yesterday we had clear skies and hot temperatures. today they are cooling off. fog and low clouds favoring the coast. watch temperatures come down today, at least these are my forecast highs. yesterday 94 santa rosa. 86 today. livermore 98 to 89 degrees. 90 in san jose. 83 today. francisco 67/54 today. average 67/53. right where you should be. 97 in 1989. low 23. gusts to 31. that is huge compared to
yesterday when it was southwest at 5. that's it. southwest, west, south. those are all cooler directions this time of year. also, out towards livermore northwest at 10. hayward west at 10. sfo west at 10. san jose a little northwest breeze. 49 sonoma county airport. 40s, 50s, 60s. san jose is in there. oakland 58. berkeley 55 degrees. east bay temps will be warm to hot, but not as hot as yesterday towards pittsburg, brentwood, antioch and oakley. concord, dublin, pleasanton, livermore will cool down. 36 truckee. 55 in monterey. incline village in the 50s. tahoe city in there. reno at 62 degrees. there is the fog. so could be a tall order for sun on the coast. half moon bay, that system in the pacific northwest bumping the ridge out for a couple of
days. low clouds. breezy. cooler. sunny inland. 80s. 90s. windy for some. especially towards the delta. 60s, 70s, 80s. low-to-mid 90s. i don't think this will help clear lake or vacaville, but it will help others, including walnut creek and danville and livermore at 89 degrees. but 83 san jose. low 90s for morgan hill to gilroy. then 60s on the coast. foggy. cool. 70s, 60s san francisco to the peninsula. same. little cooler thursday. warming up going into the weekend. >> looks okay. [ laughter ] >> steve, you were batting a thousand. >> it was 98 yesterday. 96 is okay. bring it to 94. >> i will get on that. >> thank you. time 7:20. with car break-ins and burglaries on the rise the town of danville is taking action.
search. officials at nearby apartment complex told the people living there that there was an escapee from the jail. there were also rumors of an active shooter on the base. after a full sweep, authorities found nothing so the lockdown was lifted. they are trying to determine how all the rumors got started. time is 7:24. hot and really dry weather conditions still hampering firefighters as they try to contain several big wildfires burning all across western states. flames have burned more than 5,000 acres northeast of los angeles. now, it's now 10% contained, but those crews are also dealing with triple-digit temperatures, the wind, and the flames. hundreds of people don't know when they are going to be allowed to go back home. and more than 1,500 people who live southeast of san diego, they are also evacuated because of the border fire. >> it's really bad. it was on the east side, it was coming down ferociously. >> the news is better from the
fire burning near santa barbara. now it is more than 80% contained and almost everyone who has been evacuated from there, they are going to be allowed to go back home by tonight. seismologists report there is new evidence of movement along the san andreas fault. earthquake researchers used gps technology to see the fault in southern california. it's moved. they call that movement significant. the scientists say there are lobes of earth on the fault line. they are spread out in a wide area and all across the fault. seismologists thought that movement was likely, but they hadn't been able to confirm it. this could help predict quakes. your time 7:25. there is a brand new attraction opening up in los angeles and it's not part of an amusement park. check it out. this is a glass slide part of an openings deck. can you imagine going down
that? i think i'm out. this is the top of the u.s. bank building 70 stories above ground. it's not a very long ride. don't look down. it opens on saturday. the slide was given a test run this week. you want to go down that, it cost you ate bucks. that does not include that separate admission fee for the observation deck. well, more concern. another athlete pulled out of the rio de janeiro olympics. what rory mcilroy says about his decision and his concerns over the zika virus. in november san francisco voters will be mulling a new plan on how to deal with the city's homeless. good morning. we are looking at a commute that is still slow in many key areas, including san jose. tell you more about this straight ahead. well, plenty of low clouds around the coast. a little bit around the bay. inland it will be sunny but cooler. warm but not as hot as yesterday.
- [voiceover] you are san francisco. we've been with you from the beginning. we've seen each other through good times and bad. sickness and health. we're with you san francisco, and you bring out the best in us. care. zuckerberg san francisco general hospital and trauma center. good morning and welcome to "mornings on 2". wednesday, june 22. i am claudine wong in for gasia mikaelian. >> i am dave clark. let's check the weather. >> if you like it cooler? if you don't -- >> [ laughter ] >> just send them a note. >> i always do. all right. we have a pretty good field
fog bank out there. there is breaks on the santa cruz coast and fills back in a little bit over the bay. let's face it. yesterday at this time there was no fog at all and there was hardly a breeze. there is a pretty decent breeze towards the delta. low clouds and fog. what's over the inland areas will burn back quick. a southwest wind. gusts to 31 at travis. at this time yesterday 5 miles per hour. a huge difference here. west at sfo. west at hayward. these are all calm yesterday. mainly 50s on the temps. a lot of mid 50s here. stanford 56. menlo park 54. 57 belmont and san mateo. so starting to warm up, but not as much yesterday. we were jumping pretty fast yesterday because of the high pressure. system to the north is bumping that ridge out of the way allowing the low cloud deck to form. 90s inland. this time of year it takes a lot to cool down some. for most 60s, 70s, upper 80s, low 90s for many. all right. sal, what do you have at 7:30?
>> a bunch of slow traffic, steve. we are going to start in the south bay because we do have a lot of slow traffic here. and not only on 280, but 280 is a good example of what i can show you here. a lot of stop-and-go traffic. it's pretty much slow from 101. so you look at this picture, and i can show you on the map where we are. so we're looking at this picture. this is where that picture was and it stays that way all the way up to sunnyvale and cupertino. but 101 is even worse. i would still use 280 because 101 is one solid long line of traffic through the area. we are also looking at the peninsula, which is slow. we had an earlier accident northbound 101 in redwood city. that's unusually slow traffic. getting to the peninsula, dumbarton bridge and san mateo bridge heavy. 280 and 101 in san francisco are slow. 101 southbound is slow from
caesar chavez to past that old candlestick exit. this is a look at the bay bridge. not to be outdone, that is jam packed as you get out to the pay gates. 25 to 30-minute delay. today might be the day that you pull that string and say i am going to work from home in the morning. come in later. 7:32. back to the desk. >> thanks, sal. come november, san francisco voters are going to be considering a new plan to deal with the city's homeless. city workers would be allowed to get rid of homeless camps, but opponents say it's not a good long-term solution. ktvu's christian kafton live for us in san francisco with the details on the ballot initiatives voters will decide on in november. good morning, cristian. >> reporter: yeah, come november, voters will have a chance to consider this issue. it would allow the city to remove homeless encampments as long as they give them 24 hours notice. the city has seen a number of large encampments in the past,
including a few we found this morning. a group of supervisors are pitching plans to allow them to sieze the property of homeless people and hold it for 90 days. the departments of public health, public works and homeless in support of housing would be cast with enforcing the measure. backers are saying they support the plan because of their -- supervisors hope six centers will be opened up and running within the next two years. voters say the city's homelessness problem is nearing critical levels. >> you just walk down and they about doing drugs, shooting up stuff in their arms and there be little kids outside. that ain't cool. >> reporter: taking the issue to the voters doesn't end with
the more progressive members on the board. supervisor john avalos has come out against the measure saying there is a shortage of bed for the city's homeless and enforcing the measure would force people into an already crowded system. san francisco voters will have their vote in november. well, three other ballot measures have qualified for san francisco's november ballot. san francisco supervisors submitted the measures on deadline day. the measures are -- would create a new unit in the police department. there is one that would focus on neighborhood crime including car break-ins. another would allowed homeowners to build in-law units. and a tax on sugary drinks. that is half the amount of the soda tax voters rejected in 2013. happening today more scrutiny for the embattled
oakland police department. now a police sergeant is currently on leave because of allegations that his girlfriend typed up homicide reports for him, but then posted the confidential material online after finding out he was married. defense lawyers tell ktvu that every case this police sergeant worked on may be reviewed. now, this sergeant led the investigation of the 2013 killing of a well known dog walker who called herself the pet nanny. two men are waiting to go on trial for that shooting. and the attorney for one of the men today will go to court to try to get more information about that police sergeant in question. >> the allegations are that his girlfriend or lady friend is now writing reports for him on his behalf, if he's inserting facts into those reports or her opinions or thoughts or beliefs, that would be bring into question, i believe, every single report he has ever worked on. >> now, the attorney that represents that police sergeant told us his client is, quote, a
very gifted investigator who had a friend transcribe interviews on 3-0 occasions to meet deadlines, but says no investigations were jeopardized. some community groups are demanding that oakland mayor libby schaaf step down. protesters rallied yesterday. they say they have lost confidence in both the police force and in the mayor. the police department recently went through three police chiefs in a week. the department is also dealing with two scandals. one involves at least a dozen officers and a teenage prostitute, while the other scandal is centering around racist text messages. >> we also have to be asking why there is not a single officer inside of the opd ranks that she feels is fit enough to step into the position of chief. that should be of alarming concern to all of us. >> that is my focus right now, is crafting a process that the community feels trust in and feels like their voices are
reflected in the search and the criteria. >> now, community activists want a public commission with oversight over the police conduct. they also want to be allowed to help pick the next police chief. the town of danville is now the latest bay area city to approve the purchase of cameras in an effort to reduce crime. ktvu's brian flores is live now in danville with how much this is gonna cost the town and where they're gonna put those cameras. brian. >> reporter: yeah, you know, it's gonna cost hundreds of thousands of dollars claudine. high traffic areas mainly on top of stoplights. but this is a deterrent that one town council member describes as the closest thing to a force field for the town. the town council agreed last night to spend $839,000 for a security camera system according to the east bay
times. they approved buying 18 portable license plate reader cameras that could be placed on top of police car and 18 situational awareness cameras, which are stationary and give a wider angle view. money to pay for this will come from the town's capital improvement program. annual expenses are 73 grand according to a staff report. despite the costs at least from the people we spoke with so far in danville, they like the idea. >> i think it's good if it acts as a deterrent to crime in the area. the best thing is if the criminals know those things are installed. obviously, there is concern about privacy. we need make sure that the information isn't used improperly. >> reporter: now, the council got about 13 locations. it includes the all wars memorial, which has been vandalized in the past. other locations the diablo just
to name a few. while danville is one of the safer cities, the town council says the reason for this, this was necessary because of an increase in property crime. they say back in 2013 there were 411 reported cases of property crime. that recently spiked last year to 491 reports cases. a majority of the cameras will be installed by the end of this year. >> brian, it seems like as more cities get this and use this technology, we always hear about fears. seems like people are getting a little bit more used to the idea of them? >> reporter: yeah, there is always a concern about privacy issues. that was raised during the town council meeting as well. you have done reports from other cities, i believe in lafayette where they installed the cameras as well. also tiburon. others through the south bay as well. so, yeah, it sounds like a lot more cities are coming attuned to the idea of having these license plate readers and other
cameras installed in their cities. >> thanks so much. several stores and shops near the pulse nightclub in orlando, florida are back open after being closed after that deadly mass shooting. the police removed barricades and fences around the area. 59 businesses were affected by that nine-day closure of that street. some may be eligible now for short-term, no-interest loans to get back on their feet. the pulse nightclub is still closed. it is still under law enforcement control. well, last night new yorkers, they honored one of their own who was killed in the attacks. the new york yankees and the colorado rockies laid a rainbow wrote at home plate for 25-year- old enrique rios. he grew up in brooklyn. loved baseball. he was visiting friends in florida when he was killed in the orlando nightclub shootings. new york mayor bill de blasio
went to rios' funeral yesterday. his family says he had a gentle soul and he loved everybody. a night of fun ended up with a driver being arrested. in 26 minutes what they found on that party bus traveling in the north bay that has the driver facing serious charges. alsoshe wanted to scarer -- also, she wanted to scare her friends. it ended up with a response from firefighters. good morning. we are looking at a commute right now where traffic is doing okay on 24 westbound as you drive through the cauldecott. decent fog bank out there. it will be cooler here for some. we will have the numbers coming
donald trump and hillary clinton both have speeches scheduled today, and they are expected to continue attacking each other. donald trump is scheduled to speak this morning in new york. he is attacking hillary clinton on her perceived strengths and experience as secretary of state. he will argue her foreign policy is in part responsible for the creation of the islamic state militant group. clinton is criticizing trump for his presumed area of expertise. his years of business experience. clinton says trump would lead the country into a recession just like he led many of his companies into bankruptcy. today house republicans are releasing speaker paul ryan's plan to repeal and replace president obama's healthcare law. it relies on individual tax credits to allow people to buy coverage from private insurers. it's part of his better way
agenda. today in britain it's the final push for votes because tomorrow voters will decide if britain will stay a part of the european union. investment bankers say a vote to leave, it would have major repercussions on global financial markets, the economy, and in politics. now, those on the leave side, well, they say it's time to break way from the failing and dysfunctional eu system. britain is deeply divided. right now the results are considered a toss-up. as the clock clicks down to the summer olympic games, the fight continues against the zika virus. >> we have official word from a top athlete who says, uh-huh, he's not going. pam cook in the studio with more on those concerns about the zika virus. >> yeah, pro golfer rory mcilroy announced he will not
compete at the rio de janeiro olympics because of concerns over the zika virus. he says, quote, i have come to realize that my health and my family's health comes before anything else. now, the golfer says even though he knows the risk of contracting the zika virus is low, he doesn't want to take that chance. especially considering that he and his fiancee are planning to have a family at some point. the zika virus is linked to severe birth defects in babies and possible neurological problems in adults. his decision comes as microsoft researchers are catching and analyzing mosquitoes to study infectious diseases. >> the vision is can we make them more predictable? if we get it right, i hope the answer to that is yes. i hope that we can prevent emerging infectious diseases as they surprise us like with ebola. >> microsoft researchers are testing a new trap that's designed to collect only the
specific type of mosquito that they want to analyze. the company hopes it will help track the zika virus, which has now turned into a global health risk. you think, why is microsoft getting involved in trapping mosquitoes? the researchers say they are going to use the insects caught in the traps to build an algorithm. that will help the smart traps learn to recognize the correct mosquito and find out where those with the biggest threat are located. so very interesting way that technology -- i would have never hotter temperatures microsoft would get involved. >> you hope that technology, whatever it is, figures it out and gets ahead of it. some health experts say it's not going to -- canceling the olympics or something like that won't fix it or help it or you can't blame folks who are concerned. it's a heartbreaking virus. >> there are so many unknowns. we don't know how long it stays in your system. they have determined it can be sexually transmitted. that's why men are involved and
concerned as well now. there are so many unknowns. a lot of people don't want to take the risk. >> yeah, it's heartbreaking to see folks who are -- >> it will be interesting to see the complete effects on the olympics. >> all right. thanks, pam. well, video of a 15-year- old alabama girl is going viral after a prank went wrong. >> if you are trying to figure out what you are looking at, the teen put the head of a barney costume on to scare her friends, but it slipped over her shoulders and then it got stuck. so her friends, they were trying to help her out by rubbing vaseline on her arms and trying to full off. they did eventually have to take her to a nearby fire station. look at the firefighter who is almost cut out of the frame. i mean, he is taking it seriously. >> they did cut off that mask. it looks like it may have been a first. they are like, oh my gosh, it's
barney. they were laughing in the video. you know, it looks like a big enough barney head she could breathe and was -- >> it doesn't happen every day. >> that barney walks in and says -- >> yeah. >> let me out. time is 7:49. let's check in with sal. sal, that went right over my head. >> that's a panic attack waiting to happen if you have claustrophobia. >> good morning. let's take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. it is very crowded today. it's been one of the biggest days. i see some improvement. about the only people who are saying, boy, today is a better commute than yesterday, are the people in the livermore valley. we will check that commute out in a moment. let's go to 880 first. slow traffic on 880 from san leandro heading all the way up into downtown oakland. remember yesterday we had a
terrible community on 580 in livermore. today it's much better as you drive west, although there is some slow traffic at the dublin interchange. compared to yesterday, this is a walk in the park. but the east bay commute is going to be slow hayward to foster city. 880 southbound slows 238 down to dakoto road. 7:50. let's go to steve. >> sal, thank you, sir. very good morning. a pretty good little breeze for some. it's a westerly breeze. yesterday it was more of a northerly breeze. so this is an onshore, a cooler breeze, and fog, low clouds made it parts of the bay. pretty solid on most of the coast. not all. yesterday it collapsed. marie guard says it's going to be hot today, but your tie is way cool. >> thank you, marie. >> [ applause ] >> i think i ran out of gray material. we have some low clouds and
fog. more than just some. it's going to translate into cooler weather. always very difficult to drop some inland temps. i wrestle with this all the time here. 94 yesterday in santa rosa. going 86 today. 91 redwood city. dropping to 80. livermore down to 89. i know what you are thinking. you sure you want to drop it that much, steve? i look at four different forecast trends and that was probably in the middle. 90 in san jose yesterday. we will go 83 today. 23 gusts to 31. extra hold hairspray day towards the delta. west at 10. napa west at 6. sfo out to hayward and livermore and san jose has a component of a west or northwest breeze. yesterday at that time it was calm. 49 sonoma county airport. brentwood warming up quick. 96% of the forecast area will cool off. it's tough for some this time of year if you are far enough inland. 51 scots valley.
61 campbell and santa clara. and gilroy 61 as well. 62 up in reno. 55 down in monterey. 56 up in ukiah. around lake tahoe 50s. south lake tahoe 54. low clouds and fog with us for a couple of days. i think they will thicken up. system in the pacific northwest is enhancing that. also the cooler breeze. still some 90s inland. not a warm-up. winds for some. foggy by the coast. but again this may be cooler towards clear lake to vacaville. everybody to the west will cool down. upper 80s in areas that were in the 90s yesterday. 60s, 70s around berkeley, oakland, also alameda. 83 san jose. low 90s morgan hill, gilroy. 80s around the santa clara valley. upper 70s, peninsula. 60s on the coast and the city. cooler tomorrow. we turn around. looks like a warm-up on the weekend. >> much more comfortable this morning. >> by far.
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welcome back. giants pitcher jake peavy among several pro athletes who say they were cheated out of millions of dollars. peavy, said it affected his performance this season. a lawsuit has been filed against investment advisor ash noryan. they say he put 15 million of peavy's money into an only sports and entertainment ticket business where he was on the board of directors. roy oswald and nfl quarterback mark sanchez say they were also cheated in the ponzi scheme. his lawyer says his client has been working with the sec and that ryan has always tried to act in his client's best interest. one day after not giving madison bumgarner run support, the giants beat the pittsburgh pirates 15-4. angel pagan hit a
grand slam. connor gillispy had a two-run hope. a's came from behind to take a lead with the milwaukee brewers. three hits, including this two- run triple in the seventh inning. sonny gray had a solid outing finishes six innings. he took a no decision. time is 7:57. safeway teaming up with the alameda county fair and community food bank for a giant food drive today. they want to collect 30,000 pounds of food all in one day. it's part of the county fair's annual feed the needy vent. the first 6,000 participants wills get a $5 safeway coupon in addition to fee fair admission with each donation. the collection sites are located at all four entrances at the fairgrounds. well, new rules could be coming to the san francisco police department when it comes to use of force.
in five minutes, what police officers would be required do before pulling out a gun. we are live in palo alto where the district attorney is proposing new legislation inspired by the victim that was sexual assaulted by brock turner. we will tell you about that and some other pushes happening in sacramento by lawmakers. that coming up in a live report.
dunkin' donuts? >> yes. >> [ laughter ] >> you can now get one. we are waiting for the ribbon cutting, although it has been a busy, busy place all morning long in walnut creek. >> yeah. we have been out there all morning. alex savidge is there among all of these folks. i mean, this is really a big event. alex has been out there since 4:30. some of the people you see in line, we've seen them since like 2:00 in the morning. the line is wrapped around the corner. we will check in with alex. he will tear himself away from the doughnuts and coffee to talk to us in about 12 minutes. >> you have to wonder how many doughnuts you have to make that line that wraps around the corner worth it. those are the big questions. thank you for joining us. it's wednesday, june 22nd. i am dave clark. >> good morning. i am claudine wong. gasia mikaelian has the day off. checking your weather and traffic on this wednesday. i don't know, steve. >> what, claudine? >> you tweeted you would get up half an hour earlier to get me
a doughnut. >> we mess around with each other. >> yeah. >> i would get up at 2 a.m. to buy claudine wong a doughnut. >> see? we have a pretty good fog bank out there. temperatures are running about two to seven degrees cooler than yesterday. fog and low clouds. not a lot there at 3:30 this morning, but there is a lot there now. what's over the bay? the mere fact that we have some fog today. we had none yesterday. george mccray is in el cerrito. karl the fog is in back. some sun. cooler pattern for everybody unless you are really far inland and fog hardly ever makes an appearance. in some cases, that's true. you get 25, gusts to 33 at travis that , will do it for 95% of the forecast area. it will be cooler. still some areas will warm up. we have had some heat like yesterday, but the trend is about two to seven degrees
cooler compared to 24 hours ago. novato down 7. fairfield down 7. that makes sense with that 30 plus-mile-per-hour gusty there. low clouds and fog hugging the coast. system up north will cool us down for a couple of days. low clouds, sunny, breezy, warm for some, not as hot as yesterday. 60s, 70s, upper 80s, mainly lower 90s. sal, 8:03. things have been good, moderate so far? >> moderate. a heavy traffic day. one thing is we haven't had that many major crashes. things that are unexpected. a lot of people are on the road. let's go to interstate 80. a little bit better. for a while it was 40. now it's 32. things are on the downward slope when it comes to the traffic times. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza traffic is stacked up, although that 880 ramp has improved. today getting into the west valley in sunnyvale and cupertino, mountain view a lot
of people on the way to the west valley. 280, 101, it's so slow i cannot recommend one freeway over the other. you might want to think about some of your favorite side roads if you are going a short distance. no need to get out there and get on the freeway. 8:04. let's go back to the desk. the santa clara county district attorney will hold a news conference in just a couple of hours from now to announce proposed new legislation. it's after the controversial brock turner sexual assault case. >> yes. turner was handed down a sentence that many viewed as too lenient for sexual assaultly a woman on the stanford campus. ktvu's janine de la vega joins us live from palo alto with more on what all of this is about. janine. >> reporter: yeah, we just heard from the d.a.'s office and was told that the district attorney is going to be announcing new legislation that
he is co-sponsoring inspired by the victim in the brock turner case. now, it's unknown if -- [ technical difficulty ] -- attracted national attention. it was earlier this month that 20-year-old brock turner was sentenced to six months in jail by a judge when prosecutors asked for six years. but with good behavior, he will likely be released in september. the d.a. said he was disappointed. he recently had the judge removed from an unrelated sexual assault case. now, turner was convicted of sexual assault. not rape. and there is already a push by state lawmakers to make changes to the state's definition of rape because of this case. there is also a bill in the state senate that would allow rape and sexual assault cases to be prosecuted no matter how long ago they occurred. currently, the limit is ten years. there was emotional system recently in sacramento from people who testified in support
of it. >> i look at rapists in the same magnitude that i look at war criminals and slavers because rapists wage war upon the landscapes of women's bodies. >> reporter: that proposed change comes in the wake of allegations against bill cosby. now, what happened to the victim in the brock turner case, it touched a lot of nerves and really set off a firestorm. it's going to be interesting to see what new legislation is being proposed as a result of that what happened and if it will be successful. we know that d.a. is set to make his announcement at 10:00 a.m. here at the county courthouse in palo alto. this was the same place where the turner case was tried. claudine. >> an interesting development. thanks. time is 8:06. meantime, also today the san francisco police commission is expected to vote on some new use of force rules for the police. it's a response to public calls for reform after several deadly
police shootings. now, the new rules focus on requiring police officers to deescalate situations and also make lethal force a last resort. today's vote doesn't address the issue of whether to give san francisco police officers tasers. that will come in a separate vote. well, san francisco man facing charges after he was caught driving a party bus filled with teens and liquor. authorities got a tip on monday night about a bus that was picking up teenagers at the ferry terminal parking lot in larkspur. officers went, saw the bus pulling out and saw a door was opening and swinging so they stopped the bus, got on board and found 33 boys and girls between the ages of 15 and 17 on that bus. officers also found 30 bottles of hard alcohol, marijuana, and prescription pills. investigators say a 16-year-old boy had booked that bus online. his friends say he meant no harm. >> people snuck it in their bags n their pacts and, like,
that's also bad, too. he got in trouble for everyone who just didn't even ask really. >> now, the picture you're looking at on your screen is the driver identified as 63- year-old james green. police say he was arrested on charges that included child endangerment, possession of controlled substances, and carrying a switch blade. time is 8:08. a very emotional farewell in san jose. law enforcement from all over the state and around the country gathered for a memorial service for fallen police officer michael katherman. >> end of watch june 14th, 2016. san jose kma. >> thousands of people were at this public memorial yesterday at the sap center. officer katherman was killed last week in the line of duty. his police motorcycle was hit head on by a minivan.
>> just reemphasizes the dangers of our jobs and really the importance of our -- the brotherhood and sisterhood we have. >> the least people can do is show support. >> officer katherman is a second san jose police officer to lose his life in the line of duty in the past two years. he leaves behind his wife and two young children. now, we posted a slide show from yesterday's memorial service. you can see it on our channel 2 website ktvu.com. well, russian hackers are now suspected of attempting to hack the clinton foundation ahead of the november investigation. however, the clinton foundation 880 it has not been notified by law enforcement about the issue. the intrusion is briefed be part of a broader hacking effort allegedly sponsored by russia. u.s. officials have warned the democratic and republican party as well as the campaigns of the candidates to be on high alert
for computer-based attacks. well, the southern california mansion dubbed the rivera white house once owned by president ronald reagan is for sale. the asking price $33 million. as a six bedroom, eight bathroom. it was originally built back in 1953 when reagan was host of the tv show general electric theater. reagan was at the house on the night of november 4, 1980, when president jimmy carter called to concede the election. time is 8:10. that scandal that rocked the oakland police department right now may also affect the mayor's office. in 25 minutes, why some are calling for mayor libby schaaf to step down. plus, the doors are open on the only dunkin' donuts store in the whole bay area. and check out the line at this place. people got here very early this morning. very, very early. we will be talking coming up here with the mayor of walnut creek who tells me that having
a dunkin' donuts here is bringing back a lot of memories for her. we are looking at a commute now that is going to be busy in some areas. this is highway 24. all of a sudden we got a lot of people driving towards lafayette. and we have a lot of fog on the coast. some over the bay. there is a pretty good little breeze out to the delta. that equals cooler today. we will show you how much cooler on a wednesday forecast.
check out this video. this is what it looked like at 2:00 this morning at the bay area's only dunkin' donuts. >> 2:00 in the morning. people say they didn't want to wait to taste some of the 52 varieties of doughnuts there. ktvu fox 2's alex savidge has been out there. it's been busy since more than three hours ago? he is out there. trust me. i wouldn't kid you. >> we will get back to him in just a little bit. wow, people are determined to get their doughnuts. there was a line there. there is a line on some of our freeways. we are going to check in with sal castaneda to see how -- >> it's been busy all over the place this morning? as a matter of fact, we are looking at a couple of new things. for the most part, we are looking at the traditional slow traffic on highway 24 as you drive through lafayette. you look at the lafayette bart station there, and 24 is going
to be clowe as -- slow as you drive to the lafayette bart station. it's slow most of the way to the cauldecott tunnel. if you are going to the bay bridge toll plaza, there is slow traffic there. still about a 20-minute delay. we have been talking about how slow it's been this morning in the south bay. i am going to switch to a map of the south bay. 280 from 101. 101 from southern san jose all the way up to mountain view. the peninsula getting into the act with palo alto very slow. so we're not getting a break today on this wednesday. about the only people who have a better day than yesterday are the people in the livermore valley. a couple of incidents. nowhere near as bad as yesterday. let's go to steve. >> sal, thanks. big fog bank out there. yesterday no breeze whatsoever. most locations by this time said calm, including sfo. that's not the case today. you can see the low clouds now
really starting to fill in on the coast. what's over the bay looks to be retreating. when you get that much fog and low clouds, a cooler pattern. livermore 98. i you a projections of 85, 92, and 88. i split the difference. 89. santa rosa 94 down to 86. 25 gusts to 33. yesterday at this time i think it was about five miles per hour less. that's a tremendous difference there. west at oakland. west-southwest also at the napa airport. sfo to livermore. a lot of 50s in between. 50s or 60s. but the temperature trend is cooler for just about everybody here from 2 to 7 degrees cooler compared to 24 hours ago at this time. you get brentwood near 70. lower 60s now or 50s for some. areas will come down a good five, ten degrees with that westerly breeze. 48 in truckee.
92 vague. palm springs at 90 degrees. southern california and for us as well, monterey 56. you can see the low clouds filling in but peeling back already from the inland areas. this system to the north will cool down as it digs in. that bumps the high out of here. retreats it. that allows the cooler breeze to come roaring in. low clouds, breezy, cooler, 80s, 90s for some. if you don't get the fog you will be in the mid 90s. most will come back into the 80s or upper 60s, especially fairfield. 98 yesterday. 89 today. upper 80s for some. mid 90s antioch, brentwood. 71 santa cruz. lots of low clouds and fog near them. 80s for many. low 90s lower santa clara valley. 60s, 70s, coast, bay, peninsula. looks warmer on the weekend. time is 8:17. we are talking about dunkin' donuts. caroline in half moon bay says they are about to open one
there. but alex savidge, you're at the one that just opened in walnut creek. the grand opening. >> reporter: yeah, i got the sweet assignment, dave? >> yes. >> reporter: you know what? let me tell you what. they still have doughnuts at this location. given how long this line is, i don't know how long that's going to last. they are getting cleaned out this morning. look at this line at the only dunkin' donuts here in the bay area, here in downtown walnut creek at the corner of newell avenue and broadway. hundreds of people lined up around the corner this morning to get their hands on some doughnuts, and also the fresh roasted dunkin' donuts coffee. that actually for a lot of people is one of the bigger draws. what we're hearing from folks this morning, you have a lot of folks who grew up back east and dunkin' donuts is big back there. not as big in california. and i want to bring in the mayor of walnut creek. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> reporter: you are a new york transplant? >> i am a new york transplant.
>> reporter: this brings back memories? >> it does. dunkin' donuts is the place to go for a morning treat. even afternoon and late night treats in the east coast. and we are so lucky to bring a piece of home for all of our citizens from other places here to walnut creek, and to teach the people here what it is like to have dunkin' donuts. >> reporter: a lot of folks like you moved from the east coast. it's really kind of a special experience for them to come to a dunkin' donuts? >> yes. >> reporter: what is this going to do for the downtown area from a business standpoint. you have a business with hundreds of people lined up out the door. >> it's attracting people. that's good for the city. but what it does is it gives walnut creek a big spectrum from early dawn to late at night. we're the place to be if you want to have good food, good friends, good times, and we are
so excited to have an early morning place to our repertoire. >> reporter: all right. a big boost downtown area. very excited. one of many people very excited about the grand opening here of the only dunkin' donuts store in the entire bay area. but we're told more are coming. 12 more stores expected to be opened by the same man who owns this place here. he is expected to open 12 more stores in contra costa county in the coming years. there will be one coming potentially to your neighborhood sometime soon. >> wow. how many doughnuts have you eaten? how many cups of coffee have you had? >> reporter: i am going to plead the fifth. >> [ laughter ] >> reporter: on the doughnut situation. before we went on, i was making sure there wasn't any frosting on my mouth. >> it's become a situation. okay. looking good. we will talk to you later. well, still ahead on "mornings on 2", if you ever had a craving for a thin mint
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business. hi, pam. >> a lot of variety. hello. good information in our money business. a lot of interesting stories. first, getting to the numbers. we are talking about the u.k. possibly leaving the eu. it has been affecting things. pretty quiet today here in the u.s. we will see what happens as we get closer to that vote. right now the s&p 500, the dow and the nasdaq are all up, but just a little bit. nissan is recalling more than 28,000 infinity luxury suvs. the problem is with the electronic steering. nissan says it can malfunction and bring the steering wheel to rest at an off-center position. the recall covers certain infinity q50 suvs from the 2014 and 2015 model years. the issue could increase the risk of a crash. notices will go out and dealers will reprogram the steering system's computer starting on august 9th. tesla of palo alto a making a bid to buy san mateo solar city. that is sending tesla's stock
down more than 6% at this hour. the stock for solar city though soaring on the news. i just checked. it is almost up 9%. if the $2.8 billion deal is approved it would combine their expertise in rooftop solar panels with tesla's power storage business. tesla posted the deal would make it the only clean energy company for homes and cars. it could be complicated because tesla's ceo elon musk is the chairman of solar city. facebook has signed $50 million in deals with celebrities and media companies for material to be used on its new facebook live feature. facebook now has agreements with markable, "the new york times," "huffington post," and buzzfeed. celebrities that signed contracts are gordon ramsey, kevin hart. they will provide content for facebook to use and live video will be a top priority.
facebook will pay incentive for content creators. a san francisco-based start- up is hoping to help kids keep healthy habits with some wearable technology made just for them. the company called joy created a kickstarter page to fund the octopus. take a look. it's an icon-based smartwatch. it's meant to help kids keep tracks of things like personal hygiene, mealtimes and planned activities. the creators say it teaches kids the concept of time and fosters ind pins and responsibility. a pledge of $59 gets you an octopus watch, which is scheduled for delivery later on this year. kfc customers in india are getting an extra boost with their fried chicken. they have launched a deal it calls watabox. it includes a removable power box. and now you don't have to
wait until next year for your girl scout cookie mix. it's part of a new licensing deal with the girl scouts. pillsbury will feature thin mints, and, dave, samoas. those are our favorites. the bad news. the mixes won't allow you to actually make homemade girl scout cookies. i think we will be pretty happy with that. >> i need you to call them to straighten them out. >> we need to sample them. >> [ laughter ] >> all right. thank you. well, are you ready for this? the business owned by one of my favorite singers is in trouble with the law. >> ♪ i'm leaving, oh on that midnight train to georgia ♪. >> we are gonna tell you why the state of georgia just
closed down all three of her restaurants. and with car break-ins and burglaries on the ride, the costly new crime-fighting system just approved to try to keep people safe. if you are trying to find a simple place and time right now, this freeway is not the place. 280 looks good here, but around the corner a bunch of slow traffic waiting for you as you head up to the silicon valley. and we have a bunch of fog on the coast that wasn't there yesterday, but it is today. we also have a pretty good west breeze. we will about a cooler wednesday forecast.
>> i am dave clark. let's check weather with steve paulson. middle of the week. we're ready to talk about our weather. >> cooler, cooler. >> yes. >> cooler, cooler. >> i like it. >> toasty yesterday. >> yes. >> big foggy out there. fog made it for a little bit, but it's already starting to retreat. the westerly breeze is picking up at the delta and san francisco. chloe up in clear lake. a little less hot today. a little less. little less conversation. a little more -- >> [applause] >> a west-northwest breeze. sunny and 95. that's what i went with. chloe. 95. a teeny bit cooler for areas like that in vacaville. others will cool off. fog is there. temperatures coming down. san jose to 83. livermore to 89. redwood city 89. 86 santa rosa. san francisco 677/53. almost all the records, most were set on this date in 199,
including san francisco's 97. 48 in 1981. 25. gusts to 33. hang on. oakland west today. northwest-southwest at the napa airport. west now 15 at sfo. all of these observations yesterday at 8 a.m. were calm. that's a big, big difference. 50s, 60s. temperatures 2 to 7 degrees cooler than 24 hours ago. belmont 61 degrees. atherton 64. everyone's really close. fog, low clouds, westerly breeze. the system may stick around into the early part of the weekend. so cooler pattern here. 80s. some 90s inland. windy for some. foggy near the coast. 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s. hello, steve. you know what? still have some slow traffic out there. it has not completely improved. we are seeing some improvement
this hour at the bay bridge toll plaza. the 880 ramps are not as congestioned as they -- congested as they once were. crossing into san francisco you are going to see traffic that is busy on highway 101 this morning coming down past the caesar chavez and around. it especially is busy on the south end of the city to brisbane. that has improved. 580 westbound a little bit of slow traffic as you drive through the area. if you are driving over to the peninsula, 101 and 280 are good. dumbarton bridge slow all the way across from newark all the way across to what we call the facebook side of the dumbarton bridge in menlo park. it's a big deal. voters in san francisco will consider a new plan for dealing with the homeless. >> yes, they are going to be asked to consider a new ballot initiative that allows city workers to clear out homeless camps. opponents say it's not a good
long-term solution. christian kafton is live with details on the ballot initiative voters will decide on in november. >> reporter: that new initiative comes out of san francisco's city hall. would give the city authority to move homeless people out of their encampments as long as they give them 24 hour notice. the city has seen a number of large encampments like these in the past couple of months and years. a group of supervisors are pitching planning to grant more power to the city. mike farrell authored the initiative. it allow the city to hold it for 90 days. the city could dispose of it within three months if no one claims it. backers say they are supporting the plan because of the success of the new navigation centers to help homeless access, housing, and services like that. supervisors are hoping the centers will be up and running in the next two years. homeless in the city don't like the idea.
>> people you have to give them a better choice. since they operate on a tax money, they owe these people a safe place to be. not on the sidewalk. but you take their property, it's immoral. >> you walk down there and everyone is doing drugs, shooting up stuff up their arms and they be little kids outside. >> reporter: the board would likely vote down a plan like this. supervisor john avalos is against the measure, saying there is already a shortage of beds for the city's homeless and it would force more people into an already overcrowded system. voters in san francisco will have their say in november. christian kafton, fox 2 news. three other ballot measures have also qualified for san francisco's november ballot. san francisco supervisors
submitted the measures on deadline day. it would create a new unit in the police department. it would focus on neighborhood crime, including car break-ins. a big problem. another would allow property owners to build in-law units on their property . >> and a third would impose a one cent per ounce tax on sugary drinks. that's half the amount of the soda tax that voters rejected in 2014. well, happening today the embattled oakland police department will be under more scrutiny. this involved a sergeant who is currently on leave amid allegations that his girlfriend typed up homicide reports for him and posted the confidential material online after learning he was married. the defense attorney say every case could be reviewed. he led the investigation in the 2013 killing of a well known dog walker. two men are awaiting trial for that shooting.
the lawyer for one of the men will go to court to seek more information about the sergeant in question. >> if the allegations that his girlfriend is now writing reports for him on his behalf, if he's inserting facts into those reports or her opinions or thoughts or beliefs, that would be bring into question, i believe, every single report he has ever worked on. >> the attorney representing that sergeant told us his client is, quote, a very gifted investigator who had a friend transcribe interviews on 3-0 occasions to meet deadlines. >> protesters rallied outside police headquarters yesterday. they say they have lost confidence in the police force and the mayor. the police department went through three police in about a week. the department is also dealing with two scandals. one involves at least a dozen officers and a teenage prostitute. the other scandal centers
around racist text messages. >> we also have to be asking why there is not a single officers inside of the ranks she feels is fit enough to step into the position of chief. that should be of alarming concern to all of us. >> that is my focus right now, is crafting a process that the community feels trust in and feels like their voices are reflected in the search and the criteria. >> community activists want a public commission with oversight of police conduct and they are also calling for input in selecting the next chief. time is 8:38. yet another bay area city just approved spending close to $1 million for new security cameras to reduce crime. last night danville in the east bay approved spending more than $839,000 for a new camera system. ktvu's brian flores in danville right now. so, brian, what's the reaction to this? >> reporter: yeah, well, you know, statistically speaking, danville overall is a pretty
safe city. from the people we spoke with in danville, they want to keep it that way. the city or the town approved to install 90 cameras. they are going to be installed through the town and on top of stoplights. heavy traffic areas. but the town council agreed last night to spend more than $839,000 for security camera system according to the east bay times as we go to video now. they approved 36 fixed license plate reader cameras, 18 portable license plate reader cameras and 18 situational awareness cameras which are stationary and give a wider angle view. now, money to pay for this will come from the town's capital improvement program. annual expenses to keep this program running will be about $73,000. despite the cost and concerns over privacy, overall people who live here like the idea. >> i don't think it's a difficult problem for this community. financially, i think that we can afford the security that it will provide for us.
i think in the long run it will work out. and i am really not concerned about the privacy issues as much because if you've got nothing to hide, then why would you be afraid of having it? so i'm very comfortable with it. >> reporter: about 13 locations are considered to have the cameras, including the all wars memorial which has been vandalized in the past. other locations diablo we had and west elton road, san ramon valley boulevard and sycamore valley road, to name a few. data would be archived for a year. as we take it back out here live, danville remains one of the safer cities. the town council felt this was a necessary step because of an increase in property crime. two years ago there was about 411 reported cases of property crime. that spiked recently in 2015 to 491. the they also say a majority of
the cameras, in fact the system will be installed by the end of the year. guys, back to you. >> brian flores in danville. thank you. well, two people were hurt in a shooting and stabbing in martinez just as a law enforcement task force was getting ready to serve a search warrant. it was before 6:00 last night when the contra costa area task force was getting ready to raid a home on shell avenue. they heard a gunshot and found a person with gunshot wounds and another person suffering from stab wounds. the victims were taken to the hospital. the suspect still at large this morning. investigators didn't say why they were preparing to serve that search warrant at that home. well, several stores and shops near the pulse nightclub in orlando are back open again after being closed following that deadly mass shooting. the businesses opened for the first time yesterday after police removed barricades and fences from around that area. 59 businesses were affected by the nine-day closure of the street. some may be eligible for short- term no-interest loans to get
back on their feet. pulse nightclub remains closed. it is still under law enforcement control. and last night new yorkers honored one of their own killed in the attack. the new york yankees and colorado rockies laid a rainbow wreath at home plate for a 25- year-old who grew up in brooklyn and loved baseball. he was visiting friends in florida when he was killed. the amar'e tended the funeral yesterday. they say he had a gentle soul and loved everybody. 8:42. gladys knight, who owns several restaurants in georgia, has some big trouble this morning because of those restaurants. the georgia department of revenue just raided and shut down all three of the gladys knight chicken and waffles stores. they say gladys' son, he is accused -- and he runs the restaurants -- he is accused of stealing more than $650,000 in sales and withholding taxes and with penalties and interest he owes more than $1 million.
now, the publicist or gladys knight released a statement saying, gladys was not involved in the operation of the restaurants. safeway is teaming one the alameda fair and food bank for a huge food drive today. they want to collect 30,000 pounds of food in one day as part of the county's fair annual feed the need event. collection sites are at all four entrances to the fairgrounds. all right. time is 8:43. it's not a joke, but it started out as a prank that ended up being something scary and even emergency responders ended up laughing. look at the pictures. we will tell you how they were able to get that teenager who had a barney mask stuck on her head. plus, the attacks continue as donald trump and hillary clinton race to the white house. we are looking at a commute that is slowly getting better. not quickly, but slowly. you can see a little bit of
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welcome back to "mornings on 2". 8:46. donald trump and hillary clinton, they are really attacking each other. in fact, just minutes ago donald trump wrapped up a speech in new york. it's where he criticized hillary clinton's experience as secretary of state. >> the hillary clinton foreign policy has cost america thousands of lives and trillions and trillions of dollars, and unleashed isis across the world. >> well, likewise, yesterday in remarks hillary clinton attacked donald trump's presumed business expertise. >> he has written a lot of books about business. they all seem to end at chapter 11. >> [ laughter ] >> yesterday trump met with evangelical leaders in new york. hillary clinton has meetings set today with house democrats in washington, d.c. time is 8:47. today house republicans, they are releasing speaker paul ryan's plan to repeal and
replace president obama's healthcarely. it relies on individual tax credits to allow people to buy coverage from private insurers. it's part of speaker ryan's so- called better way agenda. well, today in britain it's the final push for votes because tomorrow voters there will decide if britain will stay a part of the european union. british prime minister david cameron leads the remain side. world leaders, including president obama, want britain to stay in the eu. investment bankers say a vote to leave would have major repercussions on global financial markets, the economy and politics. those on the other side, the leave side, say it's time to break away from the fail and dysfunctional eu system. britain is deeply divided and, as of now, the results we're told are considered a toss-up. time is 8:48. back here at home an oakland city council -- the city council woman is under fire for reportedly using her power to interfere with a housing project planned for a lot right
next to her home. now, according to a civil grand jury report, the council woman, who is the president of the city council, breathe state and city ethics laws by delaying the city approval process for a townhouse development. the "san francisco chronicle" says a source identified her as council presidential lynette gibson mcelhaney. the grand jury criticized the city council for not reprimanded here. sal, what are you watching now? >> the brings, dave -- the bridges, dave, the bridges that are still low or the approaches are, anyway. sometimes the bridge traffic itself. let's start off with the richmond bridge. you see that traffic is going to be busy as you approach the bridge, although it's not terrible. you will be waiting for about a half mile before you make it onto the span. we are also looking at the bay bridge toll plaza, which is
also improving. 880 is getting better. you can see that backup doesn't stretch to the 880 overcrossing. it was really slow an hour ago. now it's better. i drew a line on the dumbarton bridge. there has been some slow-moving traffic. the san mateo bridge also slow. 8:50. let's go to steve. >> thank you. good morning, everybody. yesterday was no fog, clear, got warm quick, got hot, stayed there all day long. today we cool it off. there is a lot more fog and low clouds. doug says who is awake at 2:30 in the morning? steve paulson and that dunkin' donuts guy. i think mr. clark is, also. >> yes. >> that is early. we have company. we have company. produce business. they are up, right, dave? bakers. anyway. yes, 2:30 is about right. low clouds, fog, and a lot on the coast. that's going to translate into
cooler temps from 90s to 80s. santa rosa, redwood city, san jose, might be close for livermore. i am dropping a 10. some 15 degrees cooler. i am splitting the business. 101 in 1989. this will be the focus today:if you have travel plans, probably delayed from parts of the great lakes down to southern indiana, southern ohio in west virginia and kentucky. damaging winds, tornados, and hail will be the focus right here. there is going to be some howling low-level winds picking up and severe will kick in later this afternoon into tonight. it's going to be very tough there the next probably 12 hours. 25 gusts to 33 at travis. south at concord. west at oakland. west-southwest at the napa airport. pretty good buy for some. west at 15 sfo. northwest livermore. a lot cooler this morning.
we are down two to seven, some eight degrees than 24 hours ago. inland temps will probably be some areas can still eke out the mid 90s. coast, bay, and most locations cool down. low clouds. breezy. cooler. still 80s, 90s inland. a good 10-degree drop for some. it's rather toasty up in clear lake and vacaville. fairfield down from 98 to 89 as well. 68 alameda. 88,ability89 danville. 83 san jose. 84 santa clara. sunnyvale as well. 60s on the coast. 78 menlo park. did go with a soft 81 for mountain view. cooler thursday, friday, maybe into sunday. looks warmer. >> those storms in the midwest have to affect some summer travel? >> i would think there will be multiple delays.
chicago to cincinnati. louisville. >> all of those planes getting in from -- >> all of those hubs out of there. >> check with the airports. >> yes. time is 8:53. a ponzi scheme involving a san francisco giants player. how jake peavy says he was swindled out of millions of dollars. when josh atkins books at laquinta.com. he gets a ready for you alert the second his room is ready. so you know what he gives? i'll give you everything i've got and then some. he gives a hundred and ten percent! i'm confident this 10% can boost your market share. feel me lois? i'm feeling you. boom! look at that pie chart. the ready for you alert, only at laquinta.com. hey guys lunch is here! it's on me fellas.
welcome back to "mornings on 2". 8:55. giants pitcher jake peavy is among several pro athletes who say they were cheated out of millions of dollars, and peavy says it affected his performance on the field. a lawsuit has been filed against investment advisor ash narayan. the securities and exchange commission says he put $15 million of peavy's money into an only sports and entertainment ticket business where he was on the board of directors. roy oswalt and mark sanchez say they were also swindled in that ponzi scheme. narayan's lawyer says his client has been working with the sec and that narayan always
tried to act in his clients' best interests. well, one day after not giving madison bumgarner enough run support, the giants beat the pittsburg pirates 15 to four. seven of those runs came in the front. pagan a grand slam. then a two-run homer. the giants had 22 hits. a season high. by the way, johnny cueto got his 11th win. he is now tied for the league lead in victories. now, the oakland a's took the first game of their short two- game series with the milwaukee brewers. marcus siemian had three hits, including a two-run triple in the seventh. the a's won the game 5-3. sunny gray looked good. a solid outing. finishing six innings. a no digs. video of a 15-year-old girl from alabama, it has gone viral
after a prank went wrong. >> [screaming]. >> if you are claustrophobic, you don't like this. the teenager put the head of a barney costume, she tried to scare her friends with that big thing on her head, but it slipped over her shoulders and then it was stuck. her friends tried to get it off. they rubbed vaseline on her arms and tried to pull a tough. eventually, they took her to a fire station where the firefighters -- you look on the left -- they were even laughing. they got it off. they had to cut it off. up next on "the 9", a serious discussion about police misconduct and the rights given to some police officers that others don't have. also, a world-class musician coming. that is coming up next on "mornings on 2: the 9".
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activists in oakland demanding an overhaul of the police officers bill of rights. we'll explain what that is and why changing the law has already failed once. and after a lot of waiting, dunkin' donuts lovers are finally getting their fix. we're live in walnut creek where the new bay area location finally opened its doors this morning. plus, actress and singer rumor willis is making her san francisco debut. this morning she joins us live onset. san jose international. top of the morning to you. it is one of the sunnier spots, i guess you could say, in the bay area this morning. i am not joe pilot, but it looks like a very nice day to land in the south bay as we are tracking that plane coming in to mineta. welcome to "the