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good morning to you. welcome to mornings on 2, it is saturday august 5th. >> saturday already and. >> it is saturday. more on that big weekend forecast with rosemary in a moment. some new information about two arrests made overnight in the bay area. they are employees at two elite universities and they're wanted for murder. >> coming up we're going to talk about the suspects, the crime and some of the twists and turns we're learning about including what they may have done right after the crime and a confession video one suspect allegedly made. this morning the search also continues for two men who held up a medical marijuana facility in the north bay. >> it was a terrifying experience for one employee who was held up at gunpoint. more on what happened to her and how she got some help.
and a young boy writes a big letter to the white house to the president to ask for a job. apparently he would like to mow the lawn in front of the white house. >> that's not a small lawn. more on what he said he would charge, how the president could weigh in and how the white house is now responding and that is a live look this morning on this first weekend of august. >> our crack staff's been in the satellite there is. >> starting out with rosemary. >> we have such a nice weekend. we're cooler this morning. the on shore breeze is back, low clouds are back and there you go. giving you a look across san francisco where it has swallowed up the city. we'll have partly to mostly cloudy skies for your afternoon. there's another glorious start there. beautiful one as we get into
your saturday afternoon. 56 degrees to start your day in santa rosa. 59, san francisco, low 60s, livermore, and san jose checking in at 66. here's a look at the 24-hour temperature change. numbers continue to fall about 15 degrees, and livermore we're down by nine degrees in hayward and sfa, santa rosa down by nine, as well. and we had the low clouds back, those mid-and-high-level clouds have shifted to the east a little bit. we got the central valley involved and areas over the sierra. for us we're looking at a dryer pattern. the on-shore breeze gusting to about 26-miles-an-hour. still going to be warm but not nearly as warm as we have been. 93 innantock for the afternoon high today -- in antioch today, and around the area, 70s to
mid-80s. 82 redwood city, 69 in the city of san francisco. temperatures will be a little bit cooler for the back end of the weekend. i'll have a look at that extended forecast coming up. 7:03. we have a developing story where search and rescue efforts are happening off the coast of australia. aweprithis is a picture on your screen of a similar-styled aircraft. search parties have been deployed to search for the remaining crew members. we're going to keep you updated throughout the morning on mornings on 2. and to the rest of two accused killers in the bay area. >> they were wanted for a brutal stabbing in chicago last week. both suspects work at two of the most prestigious universities in the world. we're joined live from the federal building where one of
the men turned himself in last night. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. very danger story this morning. reportedly both men had been n confact with federal authorities -- contact with federal authorities before one of them turned himself in. 42-year-old latham, surrendered him last night and san francisco police took into custody 56-year-old andrew warren. latham is a assistant principal and warren works in london. and they were accused of killing a man on july 27th. the victim just moved to chicago after graduating from cosmetology school. he send a video to his friends calling it the worst mistake of his life admitting to the stabbing. there is a bizarre twist into the investigation and looking at
whether they stopped at a public library outside of chicago. an unidentified man walk into the library hours after the stabbing and donated $1,000 in cash under the victim's name. >> this is unusual. i've never seen where suspects in a homicide would make a donation in the victim's name. >> reporter: at this point investigators have not comment body a possible motive in this -- commented about a possible motive or what the connection was between the suspects and the victim in this case. also, still a major question that is hanging out there, how or why these two suspects made their way here to the bay area at this point, both suspects now awaiting extradition back to alcohol. coming up in about a half an hour or so we have a statement from chicago police about this arrest. we're going to get that out in just about a half an hour since they have apparently the suspects in custody here awaiting transfer back to
chicago. >> all right. interesting developments. thanks so much. time now 7:05. bart police are investigating an attack on a train that happened to be unprovoked at the bay fair bart station in san leandro. a man was punched, kicked, hit in the head possibly with a wrench and the attacker got off the train and ran out of the station. a relative tells us the man who was attacked is expected to be okay. some bart passengers say they want to see more security all across the system. >> they need tighter, more available security. >> it sucks somebody has to get hurt in order for them to solve something but hopefully they'll figure something out. >> reporter: bart police say they have a vague description of the suspect described as a muscular man, late 30s, about 6 foot tall, wearing a gray
shirt, black views and was carrying a can of beer. and the coast guard says a private boat hit rocks near the north end of alcatraz on thursday night and since the for boat was the closest, they responded first and within five minutes the crew brought all ten people to safety. the boat sank just minutes later. >> by the time we got everybody off that boat, it was two to three that boat was under water and there was basically nothing floating after that. >> there were more than 400 passengers on the alcarazz to safety. no one was hurt -- alcatraz. no one was hurt. and a 37-year-old man was wounded and 16-year-old teenager and a 69-year-old man. a 37-year-old was the most
seriously injured in the most critically injured with life-threatening injuries and officers will be at the park around-the-clock indefinitely. residents near the park say the shooting is just the very latest in a seer of crimes there. >> do i feel safe? times. not all the time. >> reporter: why not all the time? >> i don't think there's police presence here. >> it's not big events that concern me. it's like walking at dusk on the side of the park where somebody's maybe not watching. >> police have not made any arrests just yet. the teenage victim remains in the hospital while the 69-year-old victim has been discharged. now to southern california where police are calling at this time worst case of animal abuse they have ever seen. >> we have 15 boxes to transport. >> yesterday, in the city of
mount claire in san bernardino county, the police and humane society found more than 2,000 animals inside an industrial complex. while there were animals roaming around many were already dead. authorities call it a hazmat situation and include chickens parakeets and exotic snakes. >> i've been on many hoarding cases and this is by war the worst. the stench was very bad. >> the owner faces animal cruelty charges. it's unclear if he was hoarding them or selling them. the humane society will evaluate the health of those animals and officials will build a special roaming area for the chicks once they get better. some frightening moments for people inside an ace hardware
yesterday morning. the store owner shared surveillance video of a car you'll see it come in, crashing into the store. the video shows the force of impact. police say the for-year-old woman behind the -- 74-year-old woman behind the wheel mistook her brake for the gas. a little clean up on aisle five. >> everyone's in shock. they were starting to pick up speed. 7:10. gender newt ral -- neutral bathrooms in the bay area. we'll ensure there are male, female, and single occupancy restrooms. and the white house cracking down on sharing inside information. the very latest when mornings on two continues on this saturday.
♪. isn't that a gorgeous start to the day? >> what a great pick for a song. >> you're right. >> happy birthday to mr. armstrong, even though he's no longer with us, i'm told he'd be 117. >> you can see him up there in the sky. >> we have a beautiful day coming our way on the ground. i'll have a look at the temperatures coming up in your neighborhood. 7:13 the white house is looking to crack down on would-be leakers. jeff sessions revealed the department of justice has more than tripled the number of active leak investigations compared do the end of the obama administration. the announcement comes a day after it was reeled a special
council robert mueller is gathering a special campaign. >> the department of justice is open for business and i have this warning for would-be leaders, don't do it. sessions also warned media outlets saying they may suffer conveniences if they publish classified information leaked to them. president trump is beginning his 17-day vacation club today in new york, his daughter, jared kushner and the entire family has vacated the house for repairs. and this week a congressman is hosting a town hall at granada high school until 11:30
a.m. people will meet to ask erik swalwell questions and share their opinions and the second is at union city until 7:30. people will meet at the mark greens sports center on union city boulevard. i saw someone post on their facebook page since when did we adopt east weather. >> the afternoon thunderstorms, as well, or over night thunderstorms, thursday night into friday, some good video of areas like concord with the lightning overhead. we're beginning to see a swim in the way of that monsoonal pulling out and giving you a view across the bay as we have the low clouds back with us. along the coast and inside the bay and here's a snapshot from up above where we are dealing with a little bit of fog, as well. santa rosa reporting some fog to get that along the coastline.
if you have an early drive, the on-shore breeze so a nice little push from the pacific. partly cloudy skies expected for your afternoon. mid-60s at the coast for today. upper 70s to low 80s and our inland communities going into the low 90s. it's going to be dryer and should feel a whole lot better. 63 degrees in livermore, 50s in napa, 59 san francisco. and 57 degrees outside your door, half moon bay. let's go to the east bay where we had 71 degrees to start your morning in antioch and 69 for pittsburgh. afternoon highs for today, looking pretty good, 72 sausalito, and 80s in santa rosa. 93 expected in antioch. santa cruz you'll go to 87. and redwood city, 82.
69 and the city of san francisco, partly cloudy to mostly chowy -- cloudy, and low-to-mid-60s expected there. there's look at the extended forecast. temperatures will continue tow drop off as we get into sunday, monday looks like it will be the coolest day as we begin to rebound a bit by wednesday. >> last night was so much better to sleep. >> it comes down to nighttime for sure. >> for us it does. this might be my favorite story of the morning. an 11-year-old boy from virginia very long sent a letter to the white house asking for a job. >> dr. mr. president, it would be my honor to mow the white house lawn fur some weekend for you. >> frank wrote the president and he's become a little bit of a sensation. his letter was read to reporters
by sarah huckabee sanders. he said he would even let the president pick the lower. >> we'd love to show you how the u.s. parks service maintains the complex and he'd love to give you the opportunity to cut the grass in the rose garden. [ laughter ]. >> look at his signature. that'll get better with time. >> yes. good stuff. frank is on vacation, but his dad says he's excited for the opportunity. how about that? 7:18. >> a push to protect thousands in oakland from fires. oakland firefighters say now is the time to reopen a fire station that was closed more than a f decade ago. plus an oakland a's player getting into an argument with fans that could lead to a suspension from major league
your voice is awesome. the x1 voice remote. xfinity. the future of awesome. welcome back. we're going to take you out live. that is highway 880. there is a big mess out there. that is apparently cardboard strewn all across the northbound lanes in front of the coliseum. they've issued a sigalert and they're trying to get crews to clean that up. they're down to the one lane and some people are getting off the freeway. by the way the sigalert means cal trans thinks it's going to
be a long term issue and there you can see the map. >> all right. so it looks like it may be a while but we'll keep an eye on that for you throughout the morning. time on the clock, the niners were out in full pads in santa clara running drills up and down the field. the quarterback competition continues to be a big focus. niners have free-agent signees bryan hoyer and matt barkley. and besserd is trying out and a majority of the first team's reps so far in camp. >> i'm not wondering who willie be with, what guys am a throwing to, to go out and know what the plan is and to focus on football and to be the guy in the huddle and command the offense, i think there's something to be said
about that. >> practice will be held at 10:00 a.m. it's going to cost $5, ages six and under are free. parking lots open at 8:00. parking is free. >> parks ing free -- parking is free. >> wait until the season kicks off, that'll change. how about some baseball? when walk the bases loaded in the seventh, that's usually a bad thing. the angels came up short 8-6 because it started pretty well, watch. >> and that one is listen to left field. ben revere is going back and that baby's gone! >> that would be a three-run bomb from matt chapman. watch here, the catch, the slide and a little grass burn there. nice grab with the right hand. and then came that seventh inning with all the walks, how
about loaded up and as you could see, they're all coming home. at least a few. valbuena, 13 hits for the halos as they beat oakland by a pair. final was 8-6. and as outfielder matt joyce called a fan and apparently used a gay sure sure. he yelled at the -- slur. he yelled at the fan and the fan heard the slur and he says, quote, obviously as soon as you fire back you regret saying anything because it's just not worth it. giants season got a little more lost last night. paul goldschmidt ripping out
three hits. san francisco 36 games back in the west. goldschmidt with a wall ball off bumgardner, and the pitcher was concerned about the batter. belts had to leave the game and is being treated for a concussion. he's likely out for at least a few games. brandon and crawford lost number 69 for the giants as they fall 2-1. and seth curry shot four over 74 during friday's round and missed the cut by 11 shots. keep in mind, he was competing against professional golfers a tier under the pga, which is not bad for a guy who -- >> he's got another job. >> -- he's got this other job he happens to be pretty good at. seth was happy holding his own
after making the first cut. >> it gets you thinking if i had some time to practice and pursue some coaching maybe or whatnot i could take games to the next level, but who knows. i'll stay in my lane and just enjoy it. >> you're not going to pull a michael and leave basketball for golf? >> i would be suiting up for the world series. >> warriors fans happy to hear that. seth got the shout on the from a legendary golfer. best of luck to seth this week. thanks for enjoying our game as much as barbara and i. he said our game. stay in your lane. >> he shot back-to-back four over fours. >> doesn't it make you think why is he so good at so many things?
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you never know where you're going to go on mornings on 2. >> today we're in paris. >> that might be tracy. >> dublin. that looks a little bit different today. new construction. all right. beautiful shot. >> let's get some brie and a croiss arksoint. >> it's beautiful today. how does it look in the bay area? >> we've got some better weather coming our way, especially the last days have been sticky and warm. are coming down. that monsoonal moisture is moving out. giving you a live look at the mount diablo? i believe? we've got partly cloudy skies to start the morning inland.
along the coast and just inside the bay we're mostly cloudy and there's another beautiful view for you there and you can see we still have the mid-and-high-level clouds up above but it will continue to move out as we get into your afternoon. 56 degrees in santa rosa. upper 50s san francisco, low 60s in oakland, 63 in livermore and 66 for san jose. and here's a look at the 24-hour temperature change. yesterday morning we started out cooler and this morning even cooler, down by five, ten, and 15 degrees in areas like fairfield where that on-shore breeze is gusting over 25-miles-per-hour or so down by nine, sfo in the south bay, down by ten in san jose. so we have been watching the high pressure here over the four corners that has continued to bring us the heat and begin to send that monsoonal moisture our way and bring it a little bit closer, give it some lift and add some instability, that's why
we saw that weather thursday night into friday and showers on friday morning. now this continues to move out but we still have a little bit of wrap-around moisture moving into california so we may see some of that build up in the afternoon, not expecting any shower activity but not done yet. we're moving in the right direction. for the afternoon under dryer conditions, 93 in antioch, none in concord, upper 70s in oakland, 60s, san francisco, and the north bay, 87 in santa rosa. are cooling off just a little bit more into sunday. i'll have a look at the forecast coming up. now two killers were wanted for a brutal stabbing that happened in chicago last week. >> both suspects work at two of the most prestigious universities in the world. we're live this morning at oakland's federal building where one of the men turned himself in last night. right, christian? >> reporter: good morning, a very strange sorry that really
unfolded in chicago. we have a statement from chicago police. we'll read that in just a moment. as you said one of those suspects turning himself in last night in oakland. 42-year-old wyndham lathen surrendered to the u.s. marshals last night. they took into custody anddrew warren. they are professors and warren works at oxford in england. there was a nationwide manhunt for these two men who were accused of killing 26-year-old trenton cornell dernlow. he just moved to chicago after graduating from cosmetology school in michigan. lathem reportedly sent a video to family and friends calling it the worst mistake of his life. >> we know on her about july 27th, or 28th, a donation in $1,000 was made to a public
library in the name of a victim of a homicide in the city of chicago. >> reporter: at this point, the authorities looking to see if those two incidents are connected. meanwhile, that statement from chicago police, we received it just this morning both individuals will be held accountable for their actions and we hope today that would be yesterday's arrest bring some small level of closure and justice for the victim's family. we're also thankful both men are safely in custody and this did not end in further tragedy. at this point investigators have not commented about a possible motive in this case, nor have they commented on any connection between the victim or the suspect in this case. so still a lot of questions that are hanging out there. no word also on how or why these suspects made their way here to the bay area. at this point, they are awaiting extradition back to illinois. back to you. >> a little puzzling. i was going to ask that. why are they here in the bay area? i guess it will all unfold.
christian, thanks. and now we want to head to the north bay where the search continues for two men who held up a medical marijuana facility in santa rosa. the last employee locked up and was in her car starting the engine when a man approached her. the gunman forced the woman into the building and a second man came inside, too. the two men stole an undisclosed amount of cash and marijuana and tied the worker up. >> they bound her up with zip ties and ordered her to sit on the ground and not look at them. >> once the robbers left, victim was able to break free. the facility is a distribution center that handles processed packaged medicinal marijuana. there is no open storefront where people can go in and buy the medical marijuana. investigators have a vague description. they drove away in a newer-red honda with tinted windows and paper plates. and martin shkreli faces up
to 20 years behind bars after being convicted of three of the eight charges he was facing. prosecutors said he misled investors in two hedge funds and ran about what he was doing less with the money and live streamed his reaction to the verdict on youtube joking that he won't are going to hard core prison and bragging about his wealth. he also had a lot to say outside the courtroom yesterday. >> this was a witch hunt of epic proportions and maybe they found one or two broom sticks but we were acquitted of the most important charges. >> justice has been served. >> before his security fraud case, shkreli was known foreration the price of a life -- for raising the price of a life-saving drug by 5,000%. his sentencing date has not yet been set. and more gender neutral bathroom signs were installed and by the end of this year the
district plans to have gender neutral bathrooms at all campuses and defined all inclusive or gender-neutral open to all identities including male, female, transgender and those with physical needs marked with a while triangular sign and will have at least one per students. >> we pride ourselves on being a very welcoming environment on campuses for students, making sure they feel safe, secure, no matter with they come from, how they identify themselves, what their background is, and this is just another piece of that. i think we work really hard every day to make sure we create that kind of environment. >> district officials say an lgbtq campus spearheaded the change. and union city could raise hundreds of thousands a year from a new airbnb tax. on monday the city started collecting a 12.8% tax on airbnb rentals in their city in line with the taxes the people pay on hotel rooms. quoted in east bay times money
raised will go into the city's general fund. happening today parking restrictions at the golden gate bridge north and south parking lots from 7:30 until 5:00 p.m., parking lots will be closed around the bridge. the vista point parking lot and the welcome center parking lot -- looks like there was no bridge -- >> i was just going to say what happened to the bridge. >> by the way you do not want to cross that. you can't see that either. >> a side note i was talking to these folks from new zealand and i said it's so beautiful, you should ride a bike across. so if they're here, sorry. maybe wait a little while. these parking lot closures though are intended to improve traffic flow across the bridge. these are one of their busiest times of year and visitors can be dropped off at those parking lots, you just can't leave your car there. the restrictions will be in place every day through labor day weekend. >> i'll just go and catch you
guys on the other side. two businesses in san francisco that were in danger of shutting down are now thriving. >> and it's thanks to employees at a bookstore and diner that took matters into their own hands. amber lee explains. >> quaint, adorable, old-school food with modern flair. >> reporter: the new spot diner has been open only a little more than two months but the staff who work there have a long history with the neighborhood. they were employed poker's gourmet, a diner in the neighborhood for 23 years. the owners shuttered the restaurant in april. >> we were devastated because i'm on the older side, with a son in college. >> reporter: a single mom, who raised her children while working at the old diner. she and the others were given two weeks' notice we were going to be out of a job. >> we were family and someone telling us you have two weeks, we're like no.
i'm not going to take that. >> reporter: another server saw the closure as an opportunity to realize the dream to open or own diner and found this location calling it the new spot just a block away. she hired her 12 coworkers to join her. the new spot opened two months later at the end of may. >> we took the chance to open this spot because we knew what the neighborhood needed. >> reporter: nearby a similar story, a new chapter for the russianville bookstore. the owner tells me this is the last of 15 bookstores that used to line polk street. >> they sort of bring back a nostalgia area for san francisco. >> reporter: they moved everything, the merchandise, and bookshelves to a new location because the original building needed seismic retrofitting and neighbors say they are relieved the business was saved. >> it makes the neighborhood a
stronger place. it makes it -- it makes it feel like home. >> reporter: the owner describes the store as a bridge to the past and a preservation of printed temperatures. >> it just has a lot of character and personality. >> reporter: and for both businesses, a preservation of precious relationships. >> we knew we wanted to start something with the family of coworkers. >> reporter: the owners of the diner and bookstore have signed long-term leases and hope by providing long-term customer service and great service they will be here for years to come. it is 7:41. and fees worth paying for, we'll break down some of the options that could make your flight a little bit smoother although it will come at a cost. final performance of hamilton happens tonight in san francisco. the next stop for the award-winning show and its planned return to san francisco when we come back.
good morning, bay area, happy saturday to you. we do have partly to mostly cloudy to start the day. low clouds are back. a little bit of that mid-and-high-level cloud cover is moving out along with that moisture. cooler weather ahead and i'll have a look ahead coming up. happening right now, want to take you back out live to highway 880 northbound in front of the coliseum. you can see it's a little bit slow going because of all of that trash strewn across the highway. some new information should be
cleared quickly once the sweepers arrive. called for within the last 30 minutes. you can see the map there on the left where the issue is occurring. cardboard in all the lanes except the far right lane. cleanup crews should be there. there's a sigalert so it may take a little bit of time but hopefully they can get that cleared up. good thing it's saturday, because a weekday, that would really be a mess. >> absolutely. one of oakland's fastest growing neighborhoods has no operating fire station. we spoke to those into want to see the station reopened. >> reporter: in 14 years, the port of oakland has grown into a destination with restaurants, retail, and new housing. what it lacks is a fire station. >> that's still surprising to me. i would have thought that in an area with this much heavy industry there would be a fire station. >> reporter: firefighters say it's needed. 1,600 service calls come out of the jack london square
neighborhood. >> that's 1,600 heart attacks, car wrecks, fires, everything the sun that would be taken care of. >> reporter: oakland fire station two closed in 2003, a victim of budget cuts and with it the city's only fire boat, today, if there is a fire on the waterfront, firefighters say it's not really clear who oakland calls for help. >> if there's big disaster or earthquake, san francisco's fire boat will take care of itself, alameda will take care of alameda and the coast guard will be taking care of everyone. >> reporter: and it was a disaster, the 1991 fire storm in the oakland hills where fire crews ran out of water, and a fire boat system was created. >> we developed a system where we had an on-top-of the ground fire hide andydrant. >> reporter: the pump is the
fire boat. at least one city council is pushing for the fire station to reopen. >> i strongly support reopening it. the jack london square area has had tremendous growth in recent years and we also have more frequent trains. >> council member rebecca caplynn says train traffic doubled in oakland since 2003 and a fire truck could get stuck behind a train for as long as 15 minutes. >> reporter: firefighters estimate it will take $2.5 million a year to staff firefighters at station two. >> oakland is the fourth biggest port on the west coast. this is a normal cost of business for airport city. >> reporter: while there may be money, council member caplynn says city council passed the development impact fee last year and that using those funds will be more than appropriate to reopen station two. so she says come this fall,
reports are going to come down as to how much money the impact fee is generating and city council can vote as to where to allocate those funds. in oakland, ktvu fox 2 news. >> i remember when that station closed. i remember a lot of firefighters upset about that. >> and with the train situation, too with be sometimes we're coming into work early in the morning and you want to get into work -- >> this morning i said i'll be into work four minutes later and i'm still sitting. >> there's nothing you can do. how about a look at your weather? we've got a little bit of fog and it's starting to cool down a little bit. >> speaking of nothing you can do, it was really hard to get away from that muggy, sticky weather. we do have changes in the forecast and it does include a cool down. we began too cool down yesterday and will continue as we get into today. giving you a look at the cloud cover to start the day over the bay area and into san francisco, the low clouds and the fog back
with us still continuing to stream through but pushing throughout into the weekend. mid-60s at the coast for today. upper 70s to low 80s. around the bay and inland we'll get into the low 90s but it's not going to be sticky or feel as hot as we get into your saturday afternoon. here's a look at the futurecast and again looking at the low cloud cover along the coastline, notice the rest of us pretty much clear out as it continues to push off towards the east but for areas like ocean beach, pacifica, half moon bay for today, could be mostly cloudy, stinson beach, towards point reyes, as well. partly to mostly cloudy for you. the rest of us will have sunny skies. 58 to start at half moon bay, low 60s inland, 63 in livermore, 66 in concord. 64 in belmont and 64 degrees for vemno park. temperatures down five, ten, 15 degrees from yesterday
morning and that on-shore breeze through the delta at about 25-miles-per-hour. with that said our afternoon highs will be coming down. 86 for sonoma, and low 70s in sausalito. and if we go to the east bay, inland, 94 in brentwood, 92 in livermore. a warm day, but dryer weather in place and it should feel better. 73 for alameda. the south bay, 83 for you, san jose, upper 80s, and 69 in the city of san francisco. 65 for daily city. here's a look at your extended forecast, temperatures continuing to cool as we move through sunday and monday looking to be one of the cooler days before we rebound some back into the low 90s expected for our inland cities by tuesday. mid-90s by wednesday so a nice little ride there with temperatures seasonal for this time of the year. >> we'll take it. all right.
let's talk about what's happening tonight, the final showing of "hamilton" in san francisco. ♪. >> the award-winning show wrapping up with a final performance tonight in san francisco. the first national tour of "hamilton" opened march 10th in the city and it's on it's way to l.a. "hamilton" is returning because people loved it in 2019. >> i was lucky enough to see it. i cannot wait until it comes back. i was doing the lottery every day to see if i could get it. >> $10 a ticket, she won twice. >> i'm good for a week. time now 7:51. wells fargo under investigation once again. we're going to talk about the new review that could uncover
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to noon on carlata drive in concord. the application is on our web site if you'd like to fill it out. and we want to show you the proposed willow campus that will be built on 59 acres that facebook already owns. it's right across from its existing campus. check out that look. that looks pretty nice. the plans include nearly two million square feet of office space alongside 1,500 units of new housing. there's also going to believe a grocery store, pharmacy, and seven new public parks and plazas. >> when do we move in? sounds good. 7:55. there could be more problems on the horizon for wells fargo. they admitted employees opened as many as two million accounts and now they are expanding an investigation. wells fargo paid $185 million
and another $142 million. the expanded review will go back to 2009. want to go to hawaii? >> sure. >> might be a little bit easier to get there soon. hawaiin airlines announced it will fly from oakland international airport to hawaii. alaska airlines operate direct flights to kuaii several times a week. the flights will begin april 12th, and from oakland to honduras, maui, and the big island. >> been there once. >> i'll go to any island. >> west of san francisco. let's go. coming up, a dramatic rescue in the san francisco bay, you're going to had are from the captain of a ship that helped save passengers stranded on the boat. and police investigate another violent incident on bart. we'll talk about a chain of events that's being called an unprovoked attack. stay with us.
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there is the hotel. >> when i was a little kid i got in that line for the first time and said i was going to do it. i got to the end where you can see it and i turned around and said i'm not doing that. it ended up being one of my best favorite rides. good morning and welcome to mornings on 2. it is saturday, august 5. i'm claudine wong. >> it's my brothers birthday out there. happy birth day. i'm frank mallicoat. we will have your weather in a moment it's a little foggy but i think you will like the day. highway 880 northbound, they have a partial closure because of all that cardboard. traffic is backed up south of oracle arena. >> do you see in the middle of your screen, that slow moving vehicle -- that is a sweeper. hopefully it will get that
cardboard up and out of their. a sig-alert has been in place for a little bit. this happened at 5:45 am. if you are in traffic by the coliseum, it is kind of a bummer. we will keep an eye on this. let's talk about the a's. matt joyce in hot water this morning after he got into an argument with a fan. >> the exchange between him got heated and matt joyce is accused of using a gay slur toward the fan. we will have more details and how majorly baseball may react. when you are flying, the last thing you want to do is pay for hidden fees but there could be some that may make your next flight and vacation more bearable.
>> well, we will sit down with our travel expert to talk about what may be worth paying for and those to avoid. >> some may surprise you. i like legroom but when you're online and you want the better seats it's like -- i was set like this. >> at this point i just want to pack a bag and not be charged for it. we have some good weather for those of you that will be staying here. at least better weather. temperatures in the 60s on the coast. 70s around the bay and 80s and low 90s inland. we're watching as that monsoonal moisture continues to move out of the area. we do have some. you saw that in the first photo. here is another one of mount diablo where you can see some of that cloud cover in place. this is pushing toward the east. 57 to start your morning in
santa rosa. 59, san francisco. livermore, 66. san jose, 68. here is a look at the 24 hour temperature change. the cloud cover is in place. low clouds and fog on the coast. a little bit reported in santa rosa and in and along the east bay sure. we have made and high-level clouds that will continue to move toward the east as we get into the afternoon. we expect afternoon clearing with low clouds on the coast line for today and the onshore breeze has pick up. fairfield gusting to around 30 miles an hour. we look to that number to see and confirm that those temperatures will continue to cool for inland cities. 99 -- 93 for antioch today. upper 90s in santa rosa. 83, san jose. 80 in hayward.
82, redwood city. upper 60s in san francisco. temperatures calling as we get into the back end of the weekend. details are coming up. federal authorities are in the process of extraditing two men caught in the bay area. they are wanted in connection to a stabbing in chicago. >> one suspect is a northwestern university professor and the other works at oxford university. christien kafton is live at oakland's federal building where last night the medical professor surrendered. >> reporter: yes. so many questions about this case. have been in contact with authorities. one of the suspects is an alameda county custody. one of the suspects turned himself into the federal building in oakland last night. andrew warren surrendered to the u.s. marshals last night in oakland. san francisco police took andrew warren into custody last night as well.
lathem is an associate professor at northwestern university and illinois. warren works at oxford university in england. there has been a manhunt for these men who are accused of killing trenton cornell- duranleau . the victim had just moved to chicago after graduating from cosmetology school in michigan. lathem sent a video to friends and family confessing to his role in the stabbing and calling it the worst mistake of his life. police in there is another twist in the investigation. the suspect may have stopped in wisconsin to make a donation to a library in the victim's name. >> this is unusual. i've never seen where suspects in a homicide when make a donation in the victim's name. >> reporter: overnight we received a statement from chicago police they said "both individuals will be held accountable for their actions
and we hope the arrests brings some small level of closure and justice for the victim's family. we are thankful both men are safely in custody and this did not in denver the tragedy." investigators have not commented about what the motive may have been nor have they talked about the connection between the victim and the suspects. we are still working to find out why they were in the bay area, how they made their way here. we know at this point that the >> process -- that the process is underway to get them back to chicago. bart police are investigating an attack on a train that appears to be unprovoked around 7:30 pm thursday night at the bay fair bart station in san leandro. according to a police law, a man was punched, kicked, hit in the head possibly with the ranch and the attacker got off the train and ran off the
station. a relative tells ktvu the man who was attacked is expected to be okay. bart passenger said they want to see more security across the train system. >> we need to have tighter security, more readily available security other than what we have right now. >> it's bad that someone has to get hurt before they solve something. hopefully they will figure it out. >> bart police have a big description of the suspect described as a muscular man in the late 30s about six feet tall wearing a gray shirt and tan shorts and was carrying a can of beer at the time. struck the crew of an alcatraz island ferry are being called heroes for rescuing 10 and a sinking boat. this private boat hit rocks near the north end of alcatraz on thursday night. since the alcatraz ferryboat was the closest boats, they responded first and within five minutes the crew pulled alongside the boat and brought all the passengers to safety.
the boat sank a few minutes later. >> by the time we got everyone off the boat in a couple minutes, that but was underwater. there was nothing floating after that. >> there were more than 400 passengers on the alcatraz ferry who cheered and clapped as the crew brought those people to safety. no one on the sinking boat was hurt. san francisco police are looking for as many as five people in connection to a troubleshooting at dolores park. thursday shooting was a targeted attack wanting a 37- year-old man, a 16-year-old boy and a 37-year-old man. one man is in critical condition and has life- threatening injuries. police have increased patrols at the park. officers will be there around the clock indefinitely. residents near the park say the shooting is the latest in a series of crimes. police have
not made any arrests yet. the teenage victim remains in the hospital. the last victim has been discharged. search and rescue efforts are happening for three missing marines off the coast of australia. fox news reporting that an osprey type aircraft crashed overnight with 26 marines on board. 23 have been rescued and three are missing. you are looking at a picture of a similar styled aircraft. search parties have been -- have been deployed. this is a developing story and we will keep you up-to-date with the latest. the white house is looking to crackdown on would be leakers. the attorney general jeff sessions revealed the department of justice has tripled the number of active investigations compared to the end of the obama administration. this announcement comes one day
after it was revealed that special counsel robert mueller is using a grand jury to investigate possible collusion between the trump campaign and russia. >> understand this. if you improperly disclose classified information we will find you. we will investigate you. we will prosecute you to the fullest extent of the law and you will not be happy with the result. >> attorney general jeff sessions also worn media outlets saying they may suffer consequences if they publish classified information that is leaked to them. last week it was a town hall hike and east bay congressman eric swallow is hosting two more meetings. the first will be at granada high school in livermore from 10 am until 11:30 pm. people will meet in the gym to asked the congressman questions. the second town hall will be at union city from 2 pm until 3:30 pm. people can meet at the mark green sportscenter on union
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[ music playing ] >> good morning. if you are jumping on the road this morning, expect fog at the golden gate bridge and along the coastline. fog and low clouds are with the with -- are with us as our pattern switches to a cooler one. flying, some love it. some not so much. there are ways to make that experience less stressful. weeding at those long checkpoints and being at the end of the boarding line can wear you down. especially if you're on vacation or doing business. what if we can avoid that? that would be nice. we have the senior editor of travelzoo.com to let us know the top five fees that will make traveling a little more bearable. >> these are all avoidable things but it will cost you. guys like me spend all your telling consumers these are the fees to avoid and how to avoid
them. >> when i go online if it says another $30 for a seat i usually say, that's okay. >> then you realize that aisle seat looks good. there are some fees, especially on a long vacation, that might be worth splurging on for the sake of a same travel experience. >> let's start with the airport lounge. >> you can walk to the airport lounge and you can get a day pass. they range between $35 and $60. some international carriers may cost you more. for about that you can hang out in the lounge. they have cocktails and snacks and very comfortable seats. they also have free wi-fi. if there are major weather delays, it could be an oasis. many of us who travel have memberships that allow you to
bring guests in for free. >> i thought you had to be a member. >> you do not need to be member. i tell many friends to build this into their day. if your flight is at 2:00, show up at 11. make the lounge part of the experience. relax and get some work done and get a vip feel. it's an investment in a more same travel experience. two upgrading seats. sometimes i like the window but like i said, i will serve these websites and say i'm not going to pay. >> many of these airlines have these super basic fares. you don't get to pick your seat until you're at the gate. i like to sit in the aisle. however, i like to be able to get up when i want.
when i'm stuck in the window or the middle, it's not fun. the fee depends on the length of the flight. it could be anywhere from $19 for $29. if they are cross-country, it could be $90 or more. even more for cross, -- intercontinental. >> you always hear before you gonna flight about priority boarding. i'm never in that line. >> group 1 has gotten bigger. this is a chance -- it's about getting that overhead bin space. many of us do not check bags and we have our two carry-ons. we want the overhead bin. if you are in the last groups, you are going to gate check your bag. that can be anywhere from $19.03 $49. many times they come with the option of choosing a better see. this is a way to get on board
first and get a better see. that means you are upfront enough that you're getting off the flight earlier. >> my favorite of all time is of the pre-tsa. it is the best thing. you walk-in. you see all these people in line and you say, goodbye. exactly. it's $85 for five years. give them personal information. they do a background check so it is security driven. i have not missed flights only because i was able to whisk through that tsa pre-check. if you are traveling internationally, there is a global entry. there is also a private company called, clear. whichever one you use, you do not want to stand in these lines. especially at major airports. those regular lines can be hours long. >> you've got to do it. baggage delivery. i did not know they had this.
if you're with your family. >> you're at the end of the vacation, you want to get off the plane and go home. avoid the baggage claim. this baggage delivery service is offered through the airlines. it's cost is based on the number of bags. it can be a load off if you traveled a long distance. they are not offered by all the major carriers. many people will check the back through fedex and ups and forget the whole thing altogether. for those of us who have families and often have to check bags, sometimes a baggage delivery service can be good. fees can vary. if i'm traveling with my wife and three kids, we may have a long distance to go and have a lot of bags. it's an investment but it can also be a load off for those of us that have been traveling for a while. >> one last summer deal?
what's up? >> this one just came out. if you want a last ditch summer vacation down to cabo. airfare to san francisco, and three nights, a classic all- inclusive -- priced around $459 for travel through said denver. i've been to this stretch of sand. this is a great vacation for under $500 with the all- inclusive experience. it's a chance to unplug for three nights and come back to reality before summer is over. i will tweet that deal out in just a few minutes in case people want to check it out. >> thank you. let's check in with rosemary and get that weekend forecast. we are looking at pretty good weather, improving weather. here is a view at a nice start to the day.
mid and high-level clouds and we do have a bit of that monsoonal moisture over the bay area. that will continue to move out and cooler weather will move in. high pressure remains to the east and you can see the wraparound moisture pushed into california. and we have a system off the coastline that is bring it that left and more instability. enough for showers. yesterday we had thunderstorms. you can see how it continues to drag and pull some of that moisture our way. it will continue to move out as we get into the afternoon. that is also helping bring us cooler air, low clouds and the onshore breeze. these clouds are against the coast, for saturday afternoon away from the coast it will be mostly sunny. 58 in half moon bay. partly to mostly cloudy for those of you here. 59 in san francisco. 66, livermore.
74, antioch. 66, pittsburg. the morning temperatures at this hour are cooler than yesterday 5-15 degrees. the onshore breeze is pushing through the delta this morning. 86 this afternoon in sonoma. the east bay shore, upper 70s to near 80. 92 in danville. 90 in morgan hill. cupertino, 93. low 80s and redwood city. upper 60s in san francisco. here is the extended forecast. temperatures continue to cool on sunday. monday looks like the coolest day. mid-sixties on the coast. upper aid is expected inland. temperatures rebound on tuesday and wednesday. it will feel better than what we've had the last few days. a chain of resorts in the
u.s. take a pro-environmental stance. we will talk about their pledge to be 100% zero waste to landfill. we will tell you when they want to reach that goal. a player in trouble after getting into an argument with a fan in anaheim. what he said that could lead to a suspension in major league baseball. ♪
right now we've been talking about it most of the morning. you are looking live at highway 880 where the was a mess of cardboard string on the northbound lane. as you can see they've made progress. the sweepers are out there picking it up. it is still slow going but it looks like they've made progress. this is in front of the oakland coliseum and oracle arena. it looks like most of what had fallen onto the freeway has been cleared. >> once that is all out-of-the- way, people start to speed backup. let's talk about the 49ers. they are preparing for their first preseason game next week. they played without full pads yesterday. the quarterback competition continues to be a focus.
they have three quarterbacks in including brian hoyer and matt barkley and rookie third rounder, c.j. beathard. right now it appears the job is lawyer's to lose. he has had a majority of the first team reps at camp. >> it's good to go in and not wonder what reps you will get. who will i be with? what guys in my throwing to? to go out every day and know what the plan is and focus on foot tall and be the guy in the huddle and command the offense. i think there is something to be said about that. >> the team will hold an open practice today at levi's stadium. that starts at 10 am. it's five dollars to get in. kids ages 6 and under are free. as are the parking lots. they have been open for 26 minutes.
ktvu.com, we have that information under web links. outfitter matt joyce could face disciplinary action from the mlb after he was heard screaming a gay slur at a fan last night and anaheim. this happened at the bottom of the eighth inning. joyce was mad at making the final out in the inning. as he returned to the dugout he yelled at a fan that was heckling him. and associated press photographer said he heard joyce use a gay slur and challenge the fan to a five. joyce admits to yelling at the heckler but said as soon as you fire back you regret saying anything because it's just not worth it. the blue jays player was suspended two games in may for saying a gay slur at an atlanta great -- atlanta braves pitcher. start turning the chapter on the life of a bookstore. the owners of two businesses and san francisco are trying to preserve history. we're learning details
there you go. we have a little better fog. we are overlooking the bay. it's the weekend. >> welcome to mornings on 2. thank you for joining us on this foggy saturday. >> i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm claudine wong. let's get you over to rosemary to find out the forecast. we like the cooler temperatures.
i am much happier. >> we have no right to complain about that fog. but it would be nice to have a view of the golden gate bridge at some point today and i think we will have our chance this afternoon. temperatures are coming down. the clouds aback. the fog is back and the onshore breeze is also back. monsoonal moisture. temperatures this morning are down by several degrees. here is another beautiful shot over the bay where those mid and high-level clouds are hanging around. those are thinning out. we are going to clear out this afternoon as they continue to move out of california. 57 right now in santa rosa. san francisco, 59. 66, livermore. oakland, 62. the 24 hour temperature change is right here. down by 14 in fairfield. done by 8 at sfo.
everyone is feeling a little cooler. yesterday we were also color. here is a view of stormtracker 2. we have fog and low clouds on the coast if you are traveling along the coast or close, we are looking at fog this morning. santa rosa is also reporting fog. as we get into the afternoon, the mid and high-level clouds will push out-of-the-way. the onshore breeze is at 24 miles an hour in fairfield but gusting to 30 and some areas. that cool pacific air will continue to move inland today. 60s on the coast with partly to mostly cloudy skies. low 90s for hotter location today. our microclimate pattern is in place but not as hot or muggy as we have been. 69, san francisco today. upper 70s to low 80s around the bay. low 90s for hotter locations. temperatures will cool off slightly into sunday and monday.
i will look at the extended forecast coming up. authorities say two men wanted in connection to an attack in chicago will appear before an oakland court. >> they will then be extradited to chicago. there was a nationwide manhunt for the suspects. christien kafton is live at the oakland federal building. that is where one of the suspects turned themselves in. i guess everyone has been asking this morning, how did they end up here? >> reporter: that is the $64,000 question. everyone is trying to figure out why they wound up in oakland. we just heard from san francisco authorities who say they took andrew warren into custody last night they took him into custody without incident. they are correlating with the marshall service to get the suspects back to chicago. wyndham lathem surrendered to the u.s. marshals last night in oakland. san francisco police took andrew warren into custody last night.
lathem, and associate professor at northwestern . warren works at oxford university in england. there was a manhunt for the men accused of killing trenton cornell-duranleau at latham's chicago apartment on july 27. lathem sent a video to friends and family confessing his role in the stabbing calling it the worst mistake of his life. police say there is a twist to the investigation. the suspect may have stopped in wisconsin to make a donation to a local library in the victim's name. >> this is unusual. i've never seen were suspects in a homicide would make a donation in the victim's name. >> reporter: overnight we received a statement from chicago police saying both individuals will be held accountable for their actions and we hope the arrests a small level of closure and justice for the victim's family. we are thankful that both men are safely in custody and this did not end in further tragedy. they have not commented about
motive or a possible motive in this case and they have also not commented on what the relationship was between the victim and those suspects. there are still a lot of questions in this investigation. we want to head to the north bay where the search continues for two men who had up in medical marijuana facility near santa rosa. let's employee to leave on thursday night had locked up and was in her car starting the engine. that's when a man approached her and pointed a gun at her. police say the gunman forced the woman back into the building and a second man came and. they stolen on amount -- undisclosed amount of cash and marijuana anti-the worker appeared >> anytime someone is getting a gun pointed at them we are concerned and compassionate and we feel for this gal. >> she is okay? >> she is shaken up but handled it well. i was impressed with how she took this. >> once the robbers left, the
victim broke through and called for sordid -- authorities. it's a distribution center that handles the process to package medicinal marijuana. there is no open storefront where people can buy the marijuana. investigators have a big description of the robbers. the driver away and a new were dark red honda with paper plates. san jose unified school district has an stalled more gender-neutral bathroom signs. the process started at lincoln high school last year. by the end of the are the district plans to have gender- neutral bathrooms on all of its campuses. district officials define all- inclusive or gender-neutral bathrooms as those that are open to all gender identities including mail, female or transgender. it is designed for students with physical needs as well. gender-neutral bathrooms will be marked with a white triangular sign. each school will have one single occupancy bathroom for its students. >> we pride ourselves on being a welcoming environment.
we make sure they feel safe and secure no matter where they come from or how they identify themselves or what their background is. it's another piece of that. we work hard every day to create that environment. >> district officials say that an lgbtq campus coalition spearheaded the change. two businesses and san francisco that were in danger of shutting down our now thriving. >> that is thanks to employees at the bookstore and a diner on russian hill that stuff -- stepped in and took matters into their own hands. >> quaint. adorable. old school. food with a modern flare. >> reporter: a new spot diner has been open a little more than two months. the staff who work here have a long history with the neighborhood. they were employed at poker's gourmet, a diner that had been in the neighborhood for 23 years.
the owners shot at the restaurant in april. >> you are devastated. i'm on the older side. i have a son in college. >> reporter: the server is a single mother and raised her children while working at the old diner for 11 years. she and others were given two weeks notice they would be out of a job. >> we were family. someone telling us that you have two weeks where like, no. i'm not going to take that. >> reporter: the server also saw the closure as an opportunity to realize a dream. to open her own diner. she found this location calling it the new spot just a block away. she hired her 12 coworkers to join her. the new spot opened two months later at the end of may. >> we took the chance to open this because we knew what the neighborhood need it. >> reporter: nearby, a similar story. a new chapter for the russian hill bookstore. the owner tells me this is the last of 15 bookstores that used to line polk street. >> they bring back a nostalgia for a lost era of san francisco.
>> reporter: they bought the business from their boss retired in june. they moved everything, the merchandise and the bookshelves, to a new location because the original building needs seismic retrofitting. neighbors are believed -- neighbors are relieved that the business was saved. >> it makes the neighborhood a stronger place. it makes it feel like a home. >> reporter: the owner describes the store as a bridge to the past and a preservation of printed materials. >> it has a lot of character and personality. >> reporter: for both businesses, a preservation of precious relationships. >> we knew we wanted to start something with a family of coworkers. >> reporter: the owners of this diner and bookstores have signed long-term leases. i hope that by serving quality and great customer service, they will be here for decades to come. union city could raise
hundreds of thousands of dollars from a new airbnb tax. on monday the city started collecting a 12.8% tax on rentals in the city in line with the taxes people pay in the city on hotel rooms. money raised will go into the city's general fund. one airline has announced daily direct flights out of oakland international airport to the island of kaua'i. hawaiian airlines and alaska airlines operates elect -- direct flights several times a week during the summer. the daily flights are scheduled to begin april 12. there are also direct flights from oakland to honolulu, maui and the big island. if you are looking for work the mount diablo unified school district is hoping a job fair. they are hiring substitute teachers, food service workers, and administrative support. the district will hire people on the spot for some positions. the event starts in 20 minutes at 9 am and goes until noon at the school district office on carlotta drive in concord. the application is available on
happy saturday. is alive look at the sky. low clouds, patchy fog and kohler conditions on the way for the weekend. he will look at the numbers coming up. it's called an epic promise for a zero footprint. vail resorts owns 11 resorts insert -- in three urban ski areas. >> the company says it's all in and committing to zero net emissions by 2030, zero waste to landfill by 2030 and zero net operating impact to forests and habitat. how would they do that? the general manager at kirkwood is joining us to explain. >> good morning. i'm hanging out with an awesome
day of tahoe. >> every day there is also. you have a good challenge ahead. how do you start doing this? >> that's a great question. i think it is one step at a time. looking at opportunities as they come up but also working with others to find additional opportunities. >> in terms of exactly what you will do -- i know the plan is to reduce the company's electricity and natural gas by 15%. is that bringing in solar? are these infrastructure changes or is it just operating changes? >> i guess the straight answer is yes to everything. we are looking at every opportunity. the goal is to get 20 net emissions by 2030. we are going to uncover every rock and look at every possibility to get there. >> this comes with a price. it's not cheap going green, right? >> initially it comes with a
price but it's also a good business decision. that should come back to us as well financially. >> it's interesting. i was just up there over the last couple of days and there's so much i tivoli on the mountain over the summer. we are changing how much we use the mountains. how has that worked with making sure you are using it responsibly and not overdoing it when it comes to enjoying nature? >> that is a great question. everything we do, we try to do it in a responsible way. that ties in to the impact to the forest as well. we are planning on having a zero net impact to the forest as well. anything we do on the mountain, we want to give back at the same time. it's not just take. >> do you find people that are coming up there are being responsible? >> yes. for the most part. i think people are responsible
with this environment. it's a beautiful. i think, generally, you have that to start with. if we can get them to partner with us as well for education and anything the guests can do to get this goal, that will be great. >> what an epic season for skiers. a bet you are sending mother nature a thank you note hoping for more this year. talk about the year that was in i think at mammoth they are still skiing. >> i think epic is a great word to use for this past winter. it was incredible. there were a lot of great storms and a big impact on our communities. there was a lot of fun to be had. >> how is the lightning outlook today? >> the lightning outlook? it's been a bit unsettled this week but it's not too bad. no random storms around. >> we will meet you at the beacon in about an hour. [ laughter ]
>> perfect. >> if you want to learn more about vail resorts epic promise 40 footprint visit www.epicpromise.com. >> we will link that on her website to make it easier. i was up there a zip lining through. when you do some of their act 70s, you get a nature lesson. we learned about trees and things like that. >> ski resorts aren't just for the winter anymore. and you were up there as well, right rosemary? >> and there is still some snow at higher elevations. if you are going to tahoe this week and, be prepared. there will be those afternoon thunderstorms. it's something they've seen all week long. temperatures are cooling off here and cooling off and tahoe as well. here is a view at home across the oakland estuary and toward san francisco. a few peaks of blue. partly to mostly cloudy skies
today. we do have the onshore breeze -- onshore breeze, clouds and fog leading to a cooler pattern. we continue to see some monsoonal moisture over areas of california. the system off the coastline will continue to lift north and east of the way but you can see how it is drawing in that monsoonal moisture. that will continue through the afternoon. there's even the possibility for some sprinkles in the forecast. overall, we are drying out. this will continue to move out as the weekend progresses. today, partly cloudy skies to start the morning. mostly cloudy over the cast -- coast through the afternoon. mostly clear elsewhere. 62, oakland. 59, san francisco. 61, fairfield. san jose, 68. belmont, 66. afternoon highs for today will
be mild to warm depending on where you will be. 72, sausalito. 84, san rafael. lake county area in the mid to upper 90s. if we go to the east bay, 83, castro valley. the inner east bay looks like 94 for areas around rent with. morgan hill, 90. 77 in santa cruz. 82, redwood city. 59, san francisco. partly to mostly cloudy. mid- sixties in the forecast for half moon bay. the extended forecast shows temperatures continue to call into sunday. monday will be the coolest day and then we rebound on tuesday and wednesday. back into the low to mid 90s for warmer locations. that is a nice forecast as we move into august. very seasonal for this time of year. happening today, parking
restrictions at the golden gate bridge north and south parking lots. starting at 11:00 until five happening today, parking restrictions at the golden gate bridge north and south parking lots. starting at 11:00 until 5 pm, parking lots will be closed around the bridge. if you want to take photos, drop them off. restrictions at the vista point parking lot and the welcome center lots are intended to stop traffic flow over the bridge when it gets busy on the weekends. visitors can still be dropped off at the parking lots but there will be no spots for vehicles to park you will need to have a designated driver to drop off people taking pictures and walkers and then come back. restrictions will be in place every saturday and sunday until labor day. no more leaks. the white house said as cracking down on sharing inside information. we will be right back. stay with us.
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there could be more problems on the horizon for wells fargo. last fall the bank admitted its employees opened as many as 2 million unauthorized accounts to meet sales targets. the bank says it's explaining and it -- expanding an internal review that could uncover more accounts. wells fargo paid $185 million to regulators and another $142 million to settle a lawsuit. the review will go back to the year 2009. facebook has plans to build and menlo park. we went to show you the proposed willow campus. this is a look at the plans which include nearly 2 million square feet of office space alongside 15 units of new housing. there will also be a grocery store, a pharmacy, several parks and plazas. steff curry says he's happy about his performance at the lma golf classic in hayward
despite missing the cut. he shot a 4 over part yesterday for the second day. he was 11 shots behind the leader and type for 148th place but ahead of six pro golfers in the tournament who do this for a living. not bad for a guy who plays basketball very well. he finished yesterday with a 10 park, six bogeys and 2 30s. >> shooting par on the back to keep it together after a shaky, bogey start. it was a proud moment. >> how often does a two-time made dozier -- mvp of a major sport do this? it's the off-season. i know he's working out every day and getting ready for the season. >> the ellie mae classic is an event on the pga web.com tour. the top golfers on this circuit will earn their pga tour cards
if all goes well to play on the pga tour next season. today, alternative rock band, green bay, is playing a show in the east bay. records on for the street to celebrate their homecoming show set at the oakland coliseum today. the stores sold exclusive merchandise for fans but people are here from as far away as germany and north carolina for the concert. two they have a bunch of green day merchandise you do not get it concerts and stuff. everyone is excited about it. >> poached -- posters and pictures and stuff. >> the concert at the oakland coliseum is part of their revolution radio world tour. >> with that be a day on the green? >> [ laughter ] . tonight, the final showing
of hamilton in san francisco. [ music playing ] >> it's hard to believe they are wrapping up the tour. the show is wrapping up its bay area showing with a final performance tonight. the first national tour of hamilton opened in march and is now heading to los angeles for a long run. hamilton is returning to san francisco but you need to wait until early 2019. he went from living on the streets of sacramento to patrolling the bay area speeds as a -- bay area streets as a chp officer. >> my luck or not one owes looking for a job and i ended up on the streets myself. >> the inspirational message one chp officer has for people down on their luck. struck a push to protect thousands in oakland from fires. firefighters say now is the time to reopen a fire station shut down more than a decade ago. that and more in our 9:00
surfboards. later this morning, there are going to be surfing dogs. that's how this works. it's the world dog surfing championships. >> this is in pacifica and it starts at 9:00. he looks pretty comfortable. >> and he looks like he likes it. >> that will go on until 2:00 today. they also do this in the uk, australia and florida. some of these dogs have mad skills. >> i want to see them out on the water. i like that mohawk. welcome to mornings on 2. it is saturday, august 5. i'm claudine wong. >> i'm frank mallicoat. it looks a little foggy in pacifica but first we have some headlines. we are hearing from law enforcement this morning about these men you see on your
screen arrested in the bay area. >> it's puzzling and bizarre. they are wanted in connection to a stabbing that happened last week in chicago. now we have new information from san francisco police about one of their arrests yesterday. a bay area chp officer has an inspirational message for people who are homeless and others facing tough times. before he became an officer, he was actually homeless himself. >> how his story is helping a group of women who are struggling with homelessness find some hope. a teenager and role model has one desire that no student go without school supplies. >> she is really stepping up. what she is doing to help her peers become successful and how she is giving back to her community. let's talk about your weather on this saturday morning. the first weekend of august.
it's a little cooler. a nice change in the pattern just in time for the weekend. temperatures continue to call and that monsoonal moisture continues to move out of the bay area and california through the weekend. here is a view of the fog and low clouds at the golden gate bridge. it's along the coast and inside the bay. santa rosa is also reporting some fog. we do still have the mid-and high-level clouds overhead. they cleared out nicely late afternoon yesterday and will clear out again today as it continues to slowly move east. 59, santa rosa. 59, san francisco. low 60s in oakland. 69, san jose. temperatures are cooler this morning than where we were. down by 14 degrees in fairfield. down by 4 in oakland. down by 5 in sfo. down by 9 in santa rosa.
these temperatures will be cooler as we get into the afternoon. here is a look at the afternoon highs. upper 60s in san francisco. upper 70s to low 80s around the bay and low 90s inland. a dryer pattern, not completely done with the moisture but we are leaning toward a dryer pattern as we get into the weekend. on the backend of the we can, temperatures cool a little more and we have that monsoonal moisture continuing to move out. i have a look at the extended forecast coming up. search and rescue efforts are happening right now for three missing marines off the coast of australia. fox news is reporting an aircraft crashed overnight. 26 u.s. marines were on the board. 23 have been rescued. search parties have been deployed to search for the remaining crewmembers. federal authorities are in the process of extraditing two men caught in the bay area who
are wanted in connection with a stabbing in chicago. >> one suspect is a northwestern university professor. the other man works at oxford university in england. christien kafton is live at the oakland federal building where last night they medical professor surrender. i'm being told you have new information about how the other suspect was arrested. >> reporter: that's right. in the last hour we spoke with san francisco police about the arrest of andrew warren who turned himself into authorities last night. now police are coordinating with the marshall service to extradite these men. san francisco police took andrew warren into custody last night. they say without incident. meanwhile, wyndham lathem , surrendered and oakland to the u.s. marshals. he is an associate professor of microbiology and immunology at northwestern university. warren works at oxford university in england. there had been a nationwide manhunt for the men accused of killing trenton cornell-
duranleau in chicago on july 27. the victim had just moved to chicago after graduating from cosmetology school in michigan. lathem sent a video to friends and family confessing to his role in the stabbing calling it the worst mistake of his life. chicago was shocked by the killing and the academic nature of the suspects. >> we were shocked. no doubt about it. i've been here 14 years and i've never heard of any problems like that. >> reporter: chicago police releasing a statement overnight saying both individuals will be held accountable for their actions and we hope today's arrest brings some small level of closure and justice to the big and's family. we are thankful both men are safely in custody and this did not end in further tragedy. there are some outstanding questions including what brought those suspects to the bay area. also questions about how the
suspects and the victim may have been associated or known one another. these are questions authorities are looking to answer. we hope to get answers throughout the day and as the investigation continues to unfold. crewmembers of an alcatraz island ferry are being called heroes for rescuing 10 people from a sinking boat. the coast guard said the private boat hit rocks at the north end of alcatraz. the water is very close to the edge. the alcatraz ferryboat was the closest vessel to this boat so they responded first. within five minutes they pulled alongside the boat and brought those people to safety. minutes later the boat sank. >> by the time we got everyone off the boat, the boat was underwater. there was nothing floating after that. >> there were more than 400
passengers on the alcatraz ferry and they cheered and clapped as the crew brought people to safety. fortunately, no one on the sinking boat was hurt. san francisco police are looking for as many as five people in connection to a troubleshooting at dolores park. investigators say the shooting was a targeted attack wanting a 37-year-old man, a 16-year-old boy and a 69-year-old man. the 37-year-old was the most seriously injured as in critical condition with life- threatening injuries. police have stepped up patrols at the park. officers will be there around the clock indefinitely. residents near the park say the shooting is the latest in a series of crimes. >> do i feel safe? sometimes. not all the time. >> why not all the time? >> i do not believe there is a police presence here. >> it's not big events that concern me, it's walking at dusk on the side of the park where maybe someone is not watching. >> police have not made any arrests. the teenage victim remains at
the hospital but the 69-year- old man has been discharged. one of oakland's fastest neighborhoods has no operating fire station. leigh martinez spoke with firefighters who want to see the station in jack london square reopened. >> reporter: in 14 years, the port of oakland has grown into a destination with restaurants, retail and new housing. but it lacks a fire station. >> that is surprising to me. i thought in an area with this much heavy industry there would be a more proximate fire station. >> reporter: firefighters say it's need it. 1600 calls come out of the jack london square neighborhood. >> that a 1600 heart attacks, fires, everything under the sun that would be taken care of by this fire engine. >> reporter: the station closed in 2003, a victim of budget cuts. with that, the city's only fireboat.
today if there is a fire on the waterfront, firefighters say it's not really clear who oakland calls for help. >> if there is a big regional disaster or earthquake, san francisco's fireboat will take care of itself. alameda will take care of alameda and the coast guard will take care of everyone. >> reporter: it was a disaster, the 1991 firestorm in the oakland hills, where fire crews ran out of water that a fireboat system was created. >> we developed a system where we had and on top of the ground hundred system where we could lay line from the bay up to the hills to pump water up to the hills in the event of a big fire. >> reporter: the pump is the fireboat which doesn't work. at least one in city councilmember is pushing for station 2 to reopen. >> i agree strongly with the firefighters and community members who are asking for that to be reopened. i strongly support reopening it. the jack london square area has had tremendous growth in recent years and we also have more frequent trains. >> reporter: councilmember rebecca kaplan said train traffic doubled in oakland
since 2003 and a fire truck could get stuck behind a train for as long as 15 minutes. firefighters estimate it will take $2.5 million per year to staff four firefighters at station 2. >> oakland is the fourth biggest port on the west coast. we are the only one without a fireboat. this is the normal cost of business for a port city. >> reporter: their may be money. councilmember kaplan said city council passed the development impact fee last year and that using those funds would be more than appropriate to reopen the station. she says come this fall, reports will come out as to how much money the impact fee is generating and then city council can vote as to where to allocate those funds. leigh martinez, ktvu fox 2. a bay area and chp officer sharing his experience with homelessness to inspire others in the same situation. officer edwin lopez recently returned to his hometown to speak to graduates of a program
that help homeless women get back on their feet. five years ago, the officer said he was forced to sleep in parks in the sacramento area after he lost his job when he was only 21. he says he spent eight months living on the street before getting an opportunity with the california conservation corps. he graduated from the chp academy last november and has this message for others. >> you have to continue walking forward instead of standing still. as long as you were taking steps forward, you will eventually get out of where you are. >> officer lopez said his experience with homelessness has helped him become a better officer. he now works in the castro valley. start developing those in livermore. pg&e is have the power is out for 3400 customers in this city. this started about an hour ago although it's not fair what caused it. they say crews are working to restore the power and that the power could be restored around 11:15 am.
coming up, gender neutral bathrooms at one of the biggest school districts in the bay area. the renovations underway and san jose. no more leaks. the white house said is going to crack down on the sharing of inside information. my name is valerie decker and i'm a troubleman for pg&e. i am a first responder to emergencies 24 hours a day, everyday of the year. my children and my family are on my mind when i'm working all the time. my neighbors are here, my friends and family live here, so it's important for me to respond as quickly as possible and get the power back on. it's an amazing feeling turning those lights back on. be informed about outages in your area.
that is very cool. a dog surfer. we have cloudy skies over had to start the morning. cooler temperatures moving in in time for the weekend. that monsoonal moisture eventually pulling out of here. details coming up. >> we have a wipeout! politics this morning. the white house looking to crackdown on would be leakers. the attorney general jeff sessions revealed that the department of justice has
tripled the number of active leak investigations compared to the end of the obama administration. this comes one day after it was revealed special counsel robert mueller is using a grand jury to investigate collusion between the trump campaign and russia. >> i have this message for our friends in the intelligence community. the department of justice is open for business and i have this warning for would be leakers. don't do it. >> jeff sessions warned media outlets saying they may suffer consequences if they publish classified information that has been leaked to them. resident trump is beginning his working vacation today at his golf club in new jersey. joining him will be his daughter, his son-in-law and their children. the west wing staff has vacated the white house so that heating and cooling systems can be repaired. president trump defending one of his top aides, national security advisor hr mcmasters is being criticized for not
showing strong enough support for israel and a stifling conservative viewpoints. a calmness for the doshay columnist calls him deeply hostile toward israel. president trump back to him last night saying he is grateful for his work and is looking forward to mcmaster continuing his service to the country. it's a little cooler today. a little gray this morning but i think people are ready for this. >> i'm going to give you a small round of applause. >> thank you. some are heart of the heat and mugginess. some are tired of the two together. we have a pattern change underway that began yesterday. temperatures cooling off some and today that monsoonal moisture will begin to move out. there is a look at mount diablo where this morning we continue with med and high-level clouds as well as low clouds on the fog.
partly cloudy to mostly clear into the afternoon away from the coast. at the coast it will remain partly cloudy with low clouds and fog this morning. here is a view of this system in here, helping to continue to draw that monsoonal moisture our way. this will be shifting north and east as we get into the weekend. eventually this will shift with it as well. if you are going to the sierra for the weekend, showers and thunderstorms will remain a possibility. for us at home, partly cloudy for the afternoon away from the coast. at the coast, cloudy and 65. areas like pacifica and half moon bay, upper 70s and low 80s. low 90s for hotter locations. temperatures are coming down from what we have seen in recent days. 68, concord. if we look at the peninsula, 64 at sfo. temperatures are already rebounding. 76, antioch.
into the north bay for the afternoon today, it will be warm but not too bad. 87, napa and drier weather in place. 86, nevada. at least one model brings the possibility for a few sprinkles of her portion of the north bay late tonight. that is something we will watch but it does not look like a big deal. 77 this afternoon in oakland. 93, antioch. in the south bay, morgan hill, 90. upper 80s, saratoga. 77 in santa cruz. 69 in san francisco. the extended forecast shows temperatures cooling as we get into the back end of the weekend. upper 80s and the forecast for inland cities on monday. that will be one of the cooler days. tuesday and wednesday we get back into a warmer with temperatures in the mid-90s for inland cities.
80 degrees around the bay and upper 60s on the coast. it is august and we are used to this. temperatures are about where they should be. >> we will take it then. >> because we have to. >> that is a nice weekend forecast. and trouble again. wells fargo may be an hot water for what appears to be more unauthorized transactions.
stress -- richard goodwin lost everything to addiction but his story is not just about what it was like to hit rock bottom. it's about climbing back up and what he did once he got there. >> reporter: san francisco's tenderloin. streets are known to house the homeless and the loss pick richard goodwin will tell you for him, this is what rock bottom looked like. >> we are in the tenderloin.
willow alley. >> how well do you know this allie quick >> i probably slept here for about a year and a half. >> reporter: this allie is part of his story and understanding how he got out. that means looking at how he got there. he grew up in pacifica. >> i was adopted by my father who i called my father who -- and my mom who i would not even call a functioning alcoholic. >> reporter: as a teenager he made himself a promise. >> i told myself i would never be my mom. >> reporter: for a long time he believed wrestling would be his way out. >> wrestling was the biggest sport. i ended up being a champion three times and going to the state meet. when i was at san francisco state i became a three-time all- american which at that time was rare. >> reporter: while he got married and became the father of three, he said he quickly forgot that promise he made himself all those years ago and he began to drink.
>> as long as i never drank like my mom i would be okay. i drank every day. >> reporter: he would stay on the streets until january 2007. that's when he overdosed and was left for dead by someone he doesn't remember. >> she threw me out of the car and left me. i woke up and police were standing around me. they were asking me questions. they were like, you're lucky you're still alive. >> reporter: his father brought him to a detox facility. >> i told myself i can't live like this anymore. lying in that bed and detox and i haven't had a drink since. >> reporter: there he met a counselor and a recovering addict who had the ability to see what he could become. >> he said you were the first person to say, you should become a counselor. >> yes. i think his ability to relate to people is what stood out for me. he is a likable guy. >> reporter: it took 15 years to fall and goodwin has spent
the last 10 years climbing back up. it turns out joel was right. goodwin became a counselor and worked with joel at genesis house and vallejo. goodwin still works at the same detox that got him sober and he's also supervising a program at the salon a prison that teaches inmates how to become counselors as well. >> do you see yourself in them? >> yes. sometimes. i'm not any different from them. obviously i did not go to prison but some of the criminal acts i committed could have put me in prison. >> reporter: climbing back up has also been about returning to the mat. >> when we took over the program, i don't think they placed higher than third in the league. since then we have won seven street league titles and had a state placement in the last four years which is amazing for the program. >> reporter: on saturday mornings you will find him coaching kids. >> i missed part of my kids' lives. i hope to motivate these kids.
>> reporter: jujitsu is new for goodwin but it has been key to his life and recovery. >> i was teaching full-time and he came on the team and i noticed the cauliflower ear. >> reporter: goodwin has earned three world titles and is heading to vegas next month to fight for a fourth. two i've watched rich when all three world titles. i was at his first tournament and to see what he's done -- a lot of people at his age don't want to try something new. he did and he has excelled at a. >> reporter: the path he takes now is be on the podium with a larger family and community. >> and you get sober there something you need to balance you out. other people may be find things to do but jujitsu is what i needed. >> reporter: he shares his story with them as he did with the woman he will marry later
this year. through it all he never forgets willow alley. >> i know i can be back here but i don't want to come back here. >> reporter: the climb back up means knowing he may never repair his broken relationships with his children. it's knowing that his battle with addiction will always be there. >> one day at a time. >> reporter: but he also knows that while second chances can be given, this life that he has built, that has been earned. >> he is doing great. >> what an inspiration. >> just about to everyone he meets. when i heard his story -- >> it moved me. i wrestled in high school and college. i know what that is about. but to go that low and come back and inspire others, i mean, that is impressive. >> he works as a counselor at the detox facility where he was in detox himself. he gives back and works at the
california state prison in solano as well. he is competing later this month. we wish him the best of luck. >> and doing what he's doing at his age. a little over 50 and still very competitive. >> he said he feels 20 when he's on his way to the gym. this story is about a 16- year-old who is a junior in high school but larissa has been a very busy young lady. this morning she is at the somerville towncenter for a special reason. >> she will be hosting her annual school supply giveaway at that somerville towncenter in antioch. last year she served over 2000 students and families. >> how mob reached out to us and said my daughter pours her heart and soul into this event. some of the pictures you are seeing is when she reached out to the warriors and they helped. she has also competed in talent competitions and is in dc for au summit. she is very busy.
her desire is that students should not have to go without necessary school supplies. i know she is looking for more donations and more help to keep this going. >> if you would like some information, there it is on the screen. this is from 10:00 until 2 pm at the summersville towncenter on somerville road in antioch. the first 200 students will get a warriors back pack. the warriors have stepped up and so has this young lady. bravo to her. >> best of luck. and oakland a's player is in trouble after getting into an argument with a fan. we will tell you what he said that could lead to a suspension from major league baseball. >> reporter: a murder insist but -- and murder in chicago. a suspect caught in the bay area. the latest on that story is coming up.
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our skills, we will go out there. >> there are a lot of dogs out there. but it doesn't kick off until 10:00. they are getting their game faces on. >> and a really fun event. check it out today. good morning. it's good to have you on board. good morning. i'm claudine wong. thank you for watching up with us. let's get a quick look at the weather. summertime in the bay area, we are not used to muggy weather that has been in our area for the last few days and continues for the first part of the weekend although it is moving out gradually. here's a live look at a hazy sky. air-quality today is good to moderate. we do have partly cloudy, mostly cloudy skies along the coast and inside the bay. here's a look at sf -- sfo or you can see fog. 59, santa rosa. 62, oakland.
livermore, 70. for some, in my start but we are cooler than we were 24 hours ago. 14 degrees cooler in fairfield. 7 in fairfield. this will carry us into the afternoon where temperatures continue to drop some. here is a view of the cloud cover. the low clouds at the coast and inside the bay and we have the high and mid-level clouds moving through the bay area. this will continue to move out through the second part of the day. partly cloudy to mostly clear. the onshore breeze in fairfield is at 24 miles an hour. it was at 30 a little while ago and that helps to bring that pacificare through the delta and that helps drive our temperatures down. here's a look at the futurecast model. noticed -- noticed the low clouds do not move away from the coastline. mostly sunny for those off the coast.
if you are going to the east, this higuera, you do have showers and thunderstorms in the forecast for the weekend. 69, san francisco this afternoon. 77, oakland. low 90s and warmer locations. very warm but not as muggy or as hot as we have been. temperatures continue to cool in the extended forecast. we will look at that coming up extra they work at two of the most prestigious colleges in the world but right now they are locked up in jail and accused of a grisly murder. >> these men were the subject of a nationwide manhunt. we have christien kafton live at the oakland federal building were one of the suspects surrendered to u.s. marshals. it looks like extradition will be the next step. >> reporter: that's what we are hearing. extradition will be the next
and eventual a step. one suspect turned himself in and san francisco, the other turned themselves in and oakland. now authorities need to work with authorities in illinois to work on the extradition. san francisco police tell us they took andrew warren into custody last night without incident after he walked into a police station to turn himself in. wyndham lathem surrendered to the u.s. marshals and oakland last night at the federal building. he is an associate professor of microbiology at northwestern university. warren works at oxford university in england. there was a manhunt for the men accused of killing tran 20 in chicago on july 27. the victim had just moved to chicago after graduating from cosmetology school in michigan. i'm claudine wong -- lathem spent -- sent a video to family and friends confessing to his role. there are indications the suspect may have stopped in wisconsin after going on the run and made a donation at a local library in the victim's name.
>> this is unusual. i've never seen where suspects in a homicide would make a donation in the victim's name. >> reporter: we do have a statement from chicago police released overnight saying both individuals will be held accountable for their actions and we hope the arrest brings some small level of closure and justice for the victim's family. we are thankful that both men are safely in custody and this did not end in further tragedy. at this point there are a lot of outstanding questions including how and why the suspects are in the bay area. another major question at this point is what was the connection between the suspects and the victim in this case. we are hoping we get more details as the day progresses. former drug company ceo martin shkreli facing 29 years in jail after being found guilty of securities fraud. yesterday he was convicted of 3 of the 8 charges.
muscular say he misled investors and two hedge funds he ran about what he was doing with their money less than an hour after being convicted, he live streamed his reaction to the verdict on youtube choking he will not go to a hard-core prison and bragging about his wealth. he also had a lot to say outside the courtroom yesterday. >> this was a witch hunt of epic proportions and maybe they found one or two broomsticks but at the end of the day we have been acquitted of the most important charges in this case. >> justice has been served. two before his security fraud case, shkreli was known for raising the price of a life- saving drug by 5000%. a sentencing date has not been set yet. in southern california, police are calling this the worst case of animal abuse they've ever seen. >> 15 boxes.
>> yesterday in the city of montclair which is and san bernardino county, police and humane society found 2000 animals inside an industrial complex. there were some animals roaming around but many were already dead. authorities had to call it a hazmat situation and animals included chickens, parakeets, rapits, exotic fish and snakes. >> it was a lot worse. it was awful what they were pulling out of here. a bunch of animals and tons and tons of birds. there were roosters, snakes. i don't know what kind of reptiles. >> investigators believe the owner lived among the animals and is now facing felony animal cruelty charges. it's not clear if he was hoarding them or also selling them. the humane society will evaluate the animals rescued. officials are planning to build a special area specifically for the chickens so they can use that when they get better. friending moments for
people inside and ace hardware store and hillsburg. the store owner sharon surveillance video of a car crashing into the store. the video shows the force of the impact which sent merchandise flying. police said the woman behind the wheel apparently mistook the gas pedal for the break. another woman in her 70s was in the passenger seat. neither of the ladies were hurt and nobody in the hardware store was hurt either. san jose unified school district has installed gender- neutral bathroom signs but the process started at lincoln high school last year. by the end of this year they are planning to have gender- neutral bathrooms at all campuses. officials define all-inclusive as those that are open to all gender identities including mail, female and transgender. the bathrooms are designed also for students with physical needs. they will be marked with a white triangular sign. each school will have one single occupancy bathroom for
its students. >> we pride ourselves on being welcoming and making sure students feel safe and secure no matter where they come from or how they identify themselves or what their background is. this is another piece of that. we work hard every day to create that environment. >> district officials say and lgb to campus coalition spearheaded that change. union city could raise hundreds of thousands of dollars from a new airbnb tax. on monday they started collecting a 12.8% tax on rentals in the city in line with the taxes people in this city pay on a hotel room. according to the east bay times, the money raised from the tax will go into the city's general fund. there could be more problems on the horizon for wells fargo. the san francisco-based bank admitted last fall that its employees open as many as 2
million unauthorized accounts to meet sales targets. now it is expanding an internal review that could uncover more accounts open without customer consent. wells fargo paid $185 million to regulators and another $142 million to settle a class action lawsuit. the review will go back to the year 2009. parking restrictions at the golden gate bridge today. we are talking about the north and south parking lots. we have a map for you that shows where this is happening. this starts at 11 am through 5 pm. vista point at the top and the welcome center parking lot at the bottom. this is intended to improve traffic flow across the bridge during some of the busiest times of the year. let's take a live look at the bridge this morning. you may want to wait a bit if you are looking for a view of the towers or the watery or the city. -- watcher or the city. may be the best advice would be to get dropped off at
those parking lots. they will you drive through but they will not let you leave your car there. these restrictions will be in place every weekend through labor day weekend. >> through the summer if you are driving over the bridge into marin and the tourists are there, you can be backed up all the way to the marina. we know steff curry is a two time nba champion in basketball but he also likes to play golf. when we return we will breakdown his performance at the pro golf tournament in haywood this week.
coast. it's a cloudy start inside the bay. mostly cloudy skies into the afternoon. the monsoon moisture is slowly pulling out of the area and cooler weather is pulling in for the weekend. hello. we will update you about the power outage in livermore. the utility company said power could be back on in the next couple of minutes. the power went out around 8:00. they said the cause was a bird flying into the power lines. steff curry says he still happy about his performance at the ellie make off classic in hayward despite missing the cut. he shot a 4 over par for the second straight day. he was 11 shots behind the leader. hey tie for 148 place but finished ahead of six pro golfers who do this for a living. not bad for a guy who plays a little basketball. he finished yesterday with 10
par, 6 dobies and a couple of birdies. >> obviously shooting par on the back to keep it together after a shaky start. it was a proud moment. >> how often does a two-time mvp of a major sport get to do this? it's in his off-season which helps but as good as he is, he is working out every day and getting ready for the season. two the ellie mae classic is an event on the web.com tour. the top golfers on this circuit hope to earn their pga tour cars and get on the pga tour next season. the niners continue to prepare for their first preseason game next week. they were out in full pads yesterday running drills. you have a quarterback competition continue to be a big focus. they have three quarterbacks and including brian hoyer and matt barkley.
rookie third rounder, c.j. beathard also taking snaps. right now it appears hoyer as the starter . he has had a majority of the first team reps so far in camp. >> it's good to go in and not wonder what reps i will get today. who will i be with? what guys in my throwing to? to go out every day and know what the plan is and focus on football and be the guy in the huddle and command the offense -- i think there is something to be said about that. >> the team is holding an open practice today at levi's stadium which means you can watch. it starts in about 12 minutes at 10 am. it costs five dollars to get in. kids ages 6 and under will be free. parking is also free and the lots are open right now. we have information on our website, ktvu.com. matt joyce could face disciplinary action from mlb after he was accused of yelling a gay slur eddie fan near the end of last night's game against the angels.
this happened in the bottom of the eighth inning. he was mad at making the final else. as he returned to the dugout, he yelled at a fan that was heckling him. the associated press photographer used -- heard joyce use a gay slur. joyce admits yelling at the heckler but said obviously as soon as you fire back you regret saying anything because it's just not worth it. no comment yet from either the team or mlb but there is some precedent for this. earlier in the year, a player was suspended for two games because he used a gay slur during an argument with one of the braves' pictures. -- picture. august is national picnic month. in honor, rosemary is joined by an entertainment and hospitality expert. >> we have some good food over there. we are jealous. >> everyone loves a great salad
and hugh is here to show us how to put together salads you can do in advance that you can take with you and they last the entire day. i looked at the recipes and i thought, they all have vinegar. you said this one has a little bit of mayo. let's go with this one first. >> these are three of my favorite salads. this is a fresh corn, sugar snap pea and tiny tomato salad and a red wine and shallot vinaigrette. >> i love there is no spinach or spring mix. it's all vegetables. >> much better for a picnic. you not one a green salad at a picnic unless it's a cool day. i'm going to put this together with red wine vinegar, dijon mustard, shallots -- why did you decide a vinaigrette as opposed to something with mayonnaise? >> i think this is light and fresh and bright and it highlights the flavors of the vegetables. especially in the summer, these tiny tomatoes are so sweet and all these are beautiful. this will highlight that.
i put all those things in there, whisk and slowly put in the olive oil. that will give you that emulsion you're looking for. this is a very bright salad. the proportion to vinegar to oil is very high. when you don't have the lettuce leaves, you can go more bright and sour. >> all of these are in season? >> yes. >> let's move on to the potato. i've had potato with mayonnaise and sour cream. >> i learned this salad from a woman named melissa in new york city. she has a very fancy bakery. she taught me this salad and it stuck with me. roast the potatoes rather than boil them. ideally you roast them that morning. you don't want to do that too far ahead. you want them to be crispy. and you have these roasted red peppers and fresh goat cheese. and if you don't like goat cheese you could use better. >> that would be delicious.
and there is this golden balsamic and a put some extra salt and pepper and a little more olive oil and toss it together. and i forgot the basil. >> i love the smell. let's move onto the coleslaw. >> the dressing is great. this is a dressing that taste good on everything. >> that is the key. >> cabbage is pretty sad by its own but when you put it with the right stuff, it's delicious. this is some dijon mustard. there is sugar in this but that's what makes it delicious. garlic and celery seed. and poppy seeds. and some basil. and we have the salt and pepper. this also has white vinegar. >> all these recipes can be found on our website. >> and i also put in some olive oil.
you finish this one with the mayonnaise. that will give you that creamy dose >> do you see us creeping over? >> there is food. >> there should be a spoon right there. take some and taste it. >> for someone who does not want to prepare the morning of, how early can the first sally be prepared? >> you can do all this work the day before. i like to mix the dressing with the vegetables that morning but you could even do that the day before. >> this goat cheese is amazing. >> very savory. >> what about this one? >> this one you can make everything days before and just put it together in the morning. >> i think were going to take a break and we will be right back. >> this is good.
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germany and north carolina are here for the concert. the concert is part of the band's revolution radio world tour. final showing of hamilton happens tonight in san francisco. the award-winning show is wrapping up its bay area showing with a final performance tonight. the first national tour opened in san francisco in march. the cast and crew one i'll head to los angeles. hamilton will return to san francisco in early 2019. >> and you have already bought tickets, right? >> i will. how about a cool down. temperatures will continue to drop as we get into the weekend. the clouds and the fog is out there and a little bit of monsoonal moisture continues to move out of the area. it will be drier tomorrow. temperatures coolest on monday before we rebound a bit on tuesday and wednesday.
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