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i'm doug luzader in washington with more on that just ahead. this is "ktvu mornings on 2". >> 7:00 this friday morning welcome back i'm gasia mikaelian good morning i'm dave clark talking about the weather it is very cool outside with no drizzle but it is gray. >> there is a lot of gray over the bay as we like to say. let's get to it. a little bit of drizzle out of there toward the city in parts of jacklin square the fog is very thick and the road is what on skyline boulevard in pacifica next to carlos ramirez. a week of heavy morning fog with a cool of 56 with no wind out of there. there are low clouds carrying into the outside lands forecast
i would prepare for layers fog with cool drizzle in the upper 50s and 60s for today and tomorrow. this low has been hanging out for the week which is why the weather has cooled off compared to july when it was hard to get any clouds. have thunderstorms with a fog bank and that is the circulation it is also tapping into smoke from the pacific northwest bringing it back in here. low clouds making it to the reporting station just like yesterday temperatures bumped off -- up soon into the day yesterday but we will have a tough time getting into the 60s were many areas. 50s and 60s are not budging at all as you might imagine, 54 nevada. 68 rauner park. low clouds and fog persist for most and then start to peel back but it is a foggy start to
this friday morning a little more of a breeze inland but not much. near average temperatures in the 60s 70s 80s and just a few 90s. so how are things going on the roads? there has been one glitch on 880 northbound in downtown oakland. first it was reported as debris and then became an incident on northbound 880 and it is still slow although chp has removed everything from the freeway. as you can see by this live picture it has taken a while to clear. this is 880 northbound headed into downtown oakland. let's take a look at the coliseum that is 880 on the right headed up to downtown oakland that is a long delay. fortunately you can use 580 as the alternate. getting to the bay bridge toll plaza it is definitely lighter than usual and looking at the contra costa commute slowing on highway 4 otherwise we are
looking good. on the east bay commute 580 from castro valley to the bay bridge is good. if i were you i would avoid 880 and use 580. back to the desk. a developing story in oakland where a child has been found safe after being inside of a car that was carjacked. police say the car was stolen on 64th avenue the child was found a couple blocks away on 66. suspects were also found in custody -- the area now they are in custody. we are collecting information but the child they were concerned about has been found. we will bring you an update as we get more information. today is the first day of the outside lands music festival and the first of three days of creative commuting. leigh martinez reports from the festival route this morning. >> this is the 10th year for
outside lands and the golden gate park may be looking familiar with the tall fencing that is up with limited access into golden gate park. it is always curious which of the three days will be the biggest at night tonight the guerrillas and fleet foxes will perform both bands have been on a long hiatus and have new music so it could be a huge turnout. what to expect around the festival kicks a lot of street closures from jfk to 36th avenue is closed. access to golden gate park is limited with the north side of the park entrance closed also all roads on the west side of the park from transverse drive to the great highway. your commute options are not going to be very comfortable. all of the bus lines near golden gate park will be packed. for bart and uni writers there will be shuttle service.
good luck finding parking there is a possibility to find some street parking but that will also be limited. this is our coachella with more than 200,000 people coming to the park.>> there are 400 festivals around the world and there are five in the united states that are the big five and we are one of them.>> another change this year, this is 25th avenue and fulton this will be the new box office entrance into the festival. if you're coming today this is how you get to the park. if you are not interested in coming your district to get to work or get home there was a possibility you will have a lot of traffic congestion today. it is best to avoid driving if you can and if you have a bicycle that might be best. leigh martinez, ktvu fox 2 news for more information on outside lands visit ktvu.com
president trump says he may not have been tough enough on north korea but now everyone is watching china and there are signs china will back north korea if the united states initiates an attack. doug luzader with more on this growing crisis from washington. >> china has been seen as a key player in all of this. able to lean on north korea but it is clear china has limits. president trump emerged from his golf club with a message to critics. >> frankly for people questioning the statement was it too tough? maybe it was not tough enough. >> he used the words fire and fury to describe the us response to further north korean provocations that on the day when the president huddled with his national security team and held a press conference. questioned repeatedly about kim jong-un. >> is not going around
threatening us and he's not going to threaten japan and south korea. that is not a dare that is a statement of fact. >> north korea talked about launching missiles toward guam a us territory with a large military presence. who can dissuade kim? possibly china which sided with the us and the un over the weekend but there are limits. reports say that china should stay neutral if north korea attacks first but if the us strikes first it should intervene. tough talk from the president may be aimed at china as much as anyone else. >> china can influence north korea and this is the moment to do it. >> the us and south korea in coming weeks will engage in military exercises something north korea sees as provocation. in washington doug luzader foxnews. >> this morning president trump
tweeted saying military solutions are fully in place locked and loaded should north korea act unwisely. hopefully kim jong-un will follow another path. the nuclear threat from north korea has business booming at companies that make bomb shelters. the owner of one company in california says he has never seen such an interest in bombshell -- bomb shelters. the shelters cost between $10,000 and $100,000. an investigation underway after the window to a sprint store was smashed in pleasanton overnight at 4:00 this morning on johnson drive police responded to a burglary call when they arrived at the window had been smashed the manager will assess the damage and see what was taken. one of two man charged in connection with a fatal stabbing in chicago is due in court.
andrew warren is expected to be extradited to chicago after surrendering last five -- friday. the second suspect surrendered the next day in oakland. both men are facing murder charges. a vigil for a liquor store owner in san jose who was killed on monday, charlie lee was shot during an attempted robbery. the vigil will be scheduled for 7:30 tonight. a gofundme page has been set up to help the family. police have not made any arrests. family members and friends and fans of a bay area musician are mourning his death after he was killed in oakland while chasing after a thief. 40-year-old david deporis was sitting at an outdoor table at a cafi on telegraph avenue wednesday afternoon when a thief stole his laptop. the thief got into a car and
david deporis went after him and was dragged by the car more than 500 feet. he later died at the hospital. >> one of those things in the moment where something is taken from you and you respond. >> anyone that is the victim of a crime please report it. >> david deporis has been touring this summer with other musicians he was about to release a new album. so far the police have not made any arrests. next month and there will be a memorial services for him in oakland and new york where he also lived. disturbing information about the san mateo schoolteacher accused of taking nude photos of a young student. what the parents of the victims are setting. safety concerns prompting google twos -- to cancel last
night's town hall meeting. more details just ahead. this morning the commute has not been too bad just a couple of trouble spots but the bay bridge has not been one of them. more on the east bay commute when we come back. a friday fog bank covering just about everybody it looks like a day full of temperatures that are not changing much. food. water. internet. we need it to live. but what we don't need are surprises, like extra monthly fees. i see you, fee, played by legendary actress anjelica huston. you got me, mark. we just want fast internet for one, simple rate.
billions of dollars have been spent upgrading the new orleans infrastructure after hurricane katrina but there are major problems remaining. generators are being brought into backup the drainage system. after years of living officers a police department looking to boost its force with the largest graduating class in 10 years. 26 recruits will graduate today and in december another 54 recruits will graduate. recently the city has lost a few hundred officers due to lower pay and benefits including pension cuts. the department reached an agreement this year giving officers significant pay increases over the next three years. monday morning we will talk live with the san jose mayor about this issue. a decision upheld regarding a popular san mateo beach staying open. a billionaire investor must block a gate that blocked public access to the beach
south of half moon bay. the billionaire plans to take the case to the supreme court. plans being talked about about town hall meeting being canceled last night because of safety concerns after questions from google employees about gender issues and the names of the employees were leaked online. the meeting was supposed to address diversity and gender issues after a controversial memo said women were not fit for tech jobs. even though the meeting was canceled the google ceo sundar pichai briefly addressed the controversy. >> there is a place for you at google. do not let anyone tell you otherwise. you belong here and we need you. >> for a company like google or any of our high-tech companies the number that we hire is off
because of the pipeline and all of those factors. >> in the meantime anti- diversity advocates will protest against google accusing google of censoring their first amendment right to free speech. a march is set for august 19. question of the day do you feel you can speak freely at work or meetings? let us know by voting on our twitter page or on ktvu.com. 7:16, sal is watching the commute. >> the commute is behaving this morning. good morning everybody let's go take a look. i have some better news if you are driving into oakland. remember the incident first it was a tire than it was a minor accident on 880 near fifth and embarcadero. it is gone but
traffic is still trying to recover. a little bit sticky going northbound to downtown causing a bit of a backup on 880 which takes a while to unwind. happily we have a nice alternate route which is 580 very light on the macarthur freeway through the lakeshore curb and at the bay bridge toll plaza we have a very light commute. you will enjoy this if you have to move to san francisco. we are looking at highway for a little bit of slow traffic and 680 up to 24 looks good. we have backed this thing up not a lot of red. just the way we like it. we have a lot of gray let's bring steve in with the overcast skies. there is a lot of gray going around it has been that kind of pattern this week stuck in the temperatures even in the valley. a lot of gray with local
drizzle so there is plenty of fog so temperatures are near average. still 10 days away so a lot can change but last night the run of the gfs model is not your solar eclipse viewing friend on the 21st in oregon. that is a deep system for the 21st with a lot of cloud coverage over oregon. we are 10 days away so we will keep you updated but it is not looking promising but it might completely flip-flop we never know but right now there is a lot of cloud coverage forecasted on the 21st. outside lands take your layers a lot of fog 50s and 60s with not much change, inland temperatures are near average slightly below for some. unless you are far enough north but we have 60s and 70s along the coast and they -- day.
thunderstorm activity has been blown up so you can see the low near the oregon border near shasta reading and even chico. there you go. are you happy now? okay. we have the low cloud deck with the fog drizzle giving way to sunshine and hazy skies. all of those fires into idaho and oregon a lot of the smoke getting caught wrapping it back in and that is why we have hazy skies even though there is a breeze with activity near the oregon border. water temperatures are starting to drop 65 at bodega bay. san francisco 57 they were 60 earlier so we have some changes due to the low with the delta breeze. i expect things to pick up. 50s and 60s these temperatures are not changing much.
fog near most of the coast over the bay slowly burning back with hazy sunshine and about what we had the last couple of days, fog on the coast until later and then it takes off but things are looking solid along the san mateo coast. 60s 70s 80s and a few 90s breezy and cooler and may be less fog next week. starting the school year off on them -- the right foot.
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up in san jose to pick up new backpacks and school supplies just ahead of the new school year. sacred heart community services will hand out 3300 backpacks this year as well as binders papers pencils calculators. parents stood in line last month they had to register for the giveaway the organization says that the need is greater this year because of underfunding for school districts.>> the need has been increasing throughout the years. we live in one of the most unaffordable cities in the country so every year we need more stuff. >> in 2005 the organization handed out 1000 backpacks. backpacks will be given away today until 5:30 this evening but only to those who already registered. on the markets stocks are doing well early on. dow jones up 45 points.
a major investor is suing the uber ceo travis kalanick is being sued over breach of contract after he giveaway several uber board seats last year. he was forced to resign recently. the golden gate bridge district is suing the men who climbed to the top of the north tower of the bridge in april and posted video on youtube. the bridge district is suing the two for trespassing and causing a nuisance. they did not have safety equipment and at one point one of them can be seen dangling from the bridge by his hands. chp also wants misdemeanor trespassing charges filed. we reached out to one of the men for comment but we have not heard back. testimony has ended in the
groping case involving taylor swift. yesterday the final witness in the civil trial was the photographer who works for taylor swift and took this photo in 2013 of taylor swift and the radio host accused of groping her before a concert. the photographer said she knew something was wrong when she was taking the photo, taylor swift testified and described the incident as horrifying and shocking. the dj, david mueller is suing taylor swift saying that she got him fired. taylor swift is countersuing him as well. a jury of six women and two men will decide the case. brittany spears will return to the stage in las vegas today after this scary moment, a man was arrested for trespassing. he got on stage and disrupted the performance last night at planet hollywood. jesse webb was asked to leave
and that is when he jumped up on stage. he was arrested and brittany spears was escorted off the stage. she came back later to finish the show. more and more people are moving out of the bay area, but where are they going? next, the two cities where people are buying homes. lottery fever is heating up across the country. how high the jackpots have climbed with the mega millions and powerball drawings this weekend.
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welcome back to a cool friday morning august 11 i'm gasia mikaelian good morning i'm dave clark let's talk more about the weather with steve paulson. >> i sent this out on facebook and twitter i am looking at the forecast for 10 days. they have a simulation and there are signs of cloudy skies in oregon 10 days away for the eclipse. we will keep doing that so take a look what this means is this is a simulated radar image that is how it is expected to look does not mean that will happen but that is the projection. 57 and foggy until noon today with a high of 66. almost everybody could do that there were some changes yesterday but in the valley 56,
bodega bay 53, cloverdale 55, winsor upper 50s and the same for napa. glen allen at 54, outside lands is looking foggy and gray, take the layers. 50s and 60s at best with the night and morning drizzle. we have the low churning near the oregon border the circulation bringing in fog with smoke and haze so we have the fog and cooler temperatures with a breeze there was a lot of smoke and haze filtered in the air. fog retreats hazy skies thunderstorms into mendocino county up to shasta near the oregon border. not near tahoe yesterday it has lifted north. 50s and 60s this morning with 60s 70s and 80s in a few areas. sal what are you focusing
on? let's start with the good news because it is friday, the bay bridge toll plaza is light. 7:32 in the morning the only one there is the spider and a handful of cars. boris the spider. this is very nice-looking commute getting into san francisco. we did have slow traffic in oakland driving northbound which seems to be improving a little bit after that earlier incident at northbound embarcadero that is gone but the traffic is unwinding. you can use 580 from castro valley to the lakeshore curve. san mateo bridge looking good out to the peninsula which is not a very crowded today we do have usual slow traffic on highway 4 but 680 looks good, concord to walnut creek as well. back to the desk. developing story in oakland
where a child who was inside of a car that was carjacked has been found safe. the carjacking happened this morning on 64th avenue. the child was found on 66th avenue. police are questioning a suspect so far he has not been arrested. some of your top stories this morning. the outside lands music festival begins at the golden gate park today this festival is in its 10th year the stages will feature dozens of musical acts. more than 200,000 people are expected to attend outside lands. police will be there on foot and horseback. >> ticket scalping, non- permitted vending merchandise. as well as the trespassers who try to jump the perimeter fencing. those are the majority of issues we have to deal with.
>> the festival is sold out tickets for one day were $150 a three-day pass was 100 -- hundred $75. president trump doubling down on north korea he tweeted military solutions are fully in place locked and loaded. hopefully kim jong-un will find another pass. president trump says his warning was not enough after north korea said it will launch missiles toward guam in the coming weeks. china is a key player but there are signs the country will back north korea. james mattis continues his two-day visit to silicon valley today visiting google headquarters. yesterday secretary mattis went to the pentagon defense innovation unit in mountain view. a federally funded company that works with contractors to make high technology products for the military. mattis says it will help the
military make advances in artificial intelligence. president trump increasing criticism of mitch mcconnell for the failed health care repeal vote. yesterday the president says senator mcconnell should consider resigning if congress cannot repeal the affordable care act, pass tax reform and pass infrastructure bills. >> if he doesn't get repeal and replace done or if he does not get taxes done and if he doesn't get a very easy one the infrastructure, then you can ask me that question.>> president trump has been angry with mcconnell since he said the president has excessive expectations about how legislation works. >> the new president has not been in this line of work before and i think he had excessive expectations of how quickly things happen. >> so far senator mcconnell has
not responded publicly to the president's latest criticism. a 6.2 earthquake hit the philippines at the center was the city of your leon but it was felt in manila. office workers fled buildings but there was no word of damage here you can see people running onto the streets. the earthquake hit a depth of 107 miles, those deep earthquakes can be widely felt but cause less damage. a large law enforcement crackdown this week in the bay area led to the greatest number of arrests in atf history. agents conducted a series of raids arresting 75 people mostly in san francisco and daly city. the operation was called cold day and involved 1000 officers many of them working undercover.
>> these offenders engage in a wide range of criminal activity to include firearms and narcotics trafficking, auto theft and burglaries.>> agents recovered more than 48 stolen cars and all, 90 firearms and drugs. disturbing details involving a san mateo preschool teacher arrested for taking lewd photos of young student. the 33-year-old was arrested in april he had been a teacher at saint matthews episcopal day school. he held private photo sessions with at least five students some just five years old posing the girls provocatively. the parents of two of the students plan to sue the school. >> for that to be the case at a prestigious private school that charges $30,000 tuition is mind- boggling. >> the school released a statement saying saint matthews episcopal remains absolutely committed to providing a safe
caring community. we realize this is a difficult time for the families affected and we are very sorry for the pain this has caused them. satriano has pleaded not guilty. first responders being honored at the rushing to the scene of that deadly workplace shooting at ups in june. four were killed, two were hurt when an employee jimmy lam went on a shooting rampage. yesterday the mayor praised the officers first responders and firefighters. >> what distinguishes all of you today as public servants both new and veterans is that at the moment of tremendous need you were there. i want to say thank you on
behalf of the city and county of san francisco. >> investigators still do know not know why the shooter went on the rampage before killing himself. a cancer care nurse at oakland high hospital and her husband are making a plea after being told they are being deported to mexico. mara and eusebio mendoza- sanchez are worried they will be separated from their children. they came to the us illegally 25 years ago with valid work permits. they tried to legalize their status but the case dragged on for years. all of their children are united states citizens. at a press conference yesterday they talked about the impact this separation would have on the family. >> it is really hard to think about it. it is a way of dying without being dead. >> the oldest daughter is 23 years old she will be the legal guardian for her siblings but she is not a us citizen and she could get deported.
more people are considering moving out of the bay area. a new report finds the bay area tops the list for having the most online searchers considering a move away from the metro area where they live. bay area house hunters faced with a median sales price of $1.25 million was commonly the issue. the most common out-of-state destination is seattle. 7:40 and lottery fever is gripping the country and the bay area because two major lottery jackpots are growing. they are worth $750 million combined. tonight for the mega millions the jackpot has gone up to $393 million. the powerball jackpot tomorrow $356 million. if you hope to win big mac -- leave it up to the computers. burning thousands of acres
and destroying hundreds of homes, we are discussing the cause of a wildfire in the santa cruz mountains. plus, an artist dragged to his death in oakland by a thief who stole his laptop. a nice-looking silicon valley commute right now from 280 northbound into the west valley it is a nice drive. i don't want to say it is overly foggy but the last time some areas saw the sunshine was a week ago. that is a lot of fog.
charges involving a sex worker will be in court. brian walder house is accused of paying a prostitute for sex last october. in june a judge throughout the felony counts but prosecutors filed last month again attorneys filed a motion asking the new charges be dropped. a berkeley teacher facing assault charges in connection with a violent protest last summer at the state capital wants the charges dropped. a small group rallied in support as she appeared in court for sacramento, they were among the counter protesters arrested after this clash with neo-nazi demonstrators. the woman was spotted in a video that shows her attacking a man. yvette felarca says she was acting in self-defense. the lawyer for yvette felarca blames the police. >> in order to cover up their inaction which is what this is about and their failure to
protect peaceful protesters who came out they are going after yvette felarca and other anti- fascist protesters. >> yvette felarca is an organizer for an activist group and a judge has continued the case. investigators have determined a portable generator caused a big fire in the santa cruz mountains last year. the generator was found at a marijuana grow. officials say it started the fire that burned 4400 acres and destroyed 12 homes in september. investigators are still looking into the grow operation to figure out if it was legal. 10 days from the solar eclipse and experts are warning to be careful when purchasing your eclipse glasses. a recent group of fake glasses have hit the market. you could permanently damage your eyes leaving blind spots in your field of vision the
bogus glasses will be forged -- stamped with phony safety labels. >> there was a standard that specifies what degree you need to manufacture a product to be safe for viewing the sun however there are some vendors who have been using the label on the products even though it does not meet the specifications. >> the solar eclipse takes place monday, august 21 so there is time for you to grab some sunglasses and watch the event. we will have special coverage starting a 9:00 here on ktvu fox 2 news for more information go to ktvu.com this weekend watch the meteor shower in the sky, meteors will be dropping at about 150 miles per hour but the bright moon will wash out most of the smaller meteors. the shower happens every year
when the earth passes through remnants from the comet's swift auto. grabbed the sleeping bags and head out to livermore and catch the shower. >> there are a few other areas that work in the north bay. there are some areas we can reach but there are a lot of places that work well. let's go take a look at the commute on the bay bridge. it is nice traffic is moving along very well into san francisco especially for this time. sure there are people out but it will not be crowded like normal as you drive into the city. also looking at 880 traffic is flowing down past oracle arena getting into downtown oakland and it has been that way since some earlier problems.
at the middle of the bay we have congested on northbound 11 in san mateo but lucky for you 280 is a good alternative, 7:47 let's bring in steve with the forecast. i think you know the forecast it is foggy here and some areas like the san mateo coast it has been one week without any sunshine. the sonoma coast most of the marin coast the sun comes back and forth but the outside land looking foggy cool and drizzly in the 50s and 60s so layers would be a good idea. may be even a light waterproof jacket because there is drizzle this morning. a good-sized fog bank with a lot going on here in august. looking out here it looks like there is some wild fluctuation coming up.
we will get a little bit of 80s with a few 90s but the coast and bay not much change. the key has been this block, this low comes underneath and it has no place to go so it is blocked rotating around firing off thunderstorms but when it rotates back you can see the circulation increasing the fog and water temperatures have dropped a little bit. bodega bay 55, san francisco 57. those are down from 60 on monday so those effects are starting to be felt. we have a low cloud deck even out into parts of the straight of concord and livermore. firestorm -- thunderstorm activity firing up into the afternoon. near the oregon border not so much tahoe but mostly northeast
california. 58 livermore, 59 pixel, 57 santa rosa, 56 san rafael, half- moon bay 57, low 60s in palo alto sunnyvale and san jose. a little bit cooler in scotts valley at 63. low clouds with the onshore breeze in the 60s 70s and 80s. the coast and bay have been spot on, santa rosa and san jose no problems the tough ones have been in concord and livermore. going up and down but we will be in the 80s average temperatures. not much change saturday may be bumping up inland before we cool down monday everybody will be cooling down. a new approach to closing the gender gap. what a restaurant in australia is trying and why it is causing a firestorm on social media.
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he says mama cooked breakfast with no hog and that is a good think? we have to speak about this. we do not approve, this song was requested by leonard jones it is hip-hop friday on "mornings on 2" let me know if there is a special song you want to hear. i will play your request every friday morning just use the ktvl hashtag. a new cafi in australia trying to raise awareness about the gender pay gap it is called the handsome her cafi they are asking male customers to pay 18% more the sale is designed to bring awareness about the difference in pay between men and women. in australia men earn 17.7% more for women and that is close to what it is in america. >> i think people are uncomfortable with it but we
won't kick them out the door if they don't want to do it. >> people are calling the cafi gender tax discriminatory on social media the owner says nobody has declined paying extra a few customers have even given more. more than 150 ihop restaurants at applebee's will be closing. the parent company dine equity says 135 applebee restaurants and ihop's were closed -- be closed. sales dropped 7% in the second quarter due to failure to attract younger customers. a small san francisco brewery has been sold, magnolia brewing was purchased for $2.7 million by new belgium. the owner of magnolia filed for bankruptcy in 2015. they have two pubs in san francisco that will stay open, this sale comes one week after
anchor brewing was purchased. the new look 49ers kickoff their preseason playing the chiefs tonight at arrowhead stadium in kansas city. the new head coach hopes the 49ers strong training camp continues into the first game tonight. fans want to see how the quarterbacks do in their first game with the 49ers. they will also play the broncos vikings and la chargers. the raiders first preseason game is tomorrow they will face the cardinals in arizona. raider nation's first opportunity to see marshawn lynch and derek carr playing together. coach jack del rio says how the raiders play in the preseason will be huge for the regular- season. somehow picked the oakland raiders to be a super bowl contender. one of the nations favorite music festivals and up next we will tell you how parties in san francisco are gearing up for the crowds at this year's outside lands festival. also the latest on a
may have some traffic complexity to deal with more coming up. more tough talk from president trump on north korea and new questions about what china will do. i'm doug luzader in washington with more on all of that. this is "ktvu mornings on 2". >> good morning welcome back to "mornings on 2" it is friday, august 11 i'm a mike mibach i'm gasia mikaelian, grabbed the jacket we have cool dry weather. leigh martinez is in the city right in it. in the thick of it. >> that is correct, we have a lot of thick fog as leigh martinez will show us it is pretty foggy out at outside lands. i would go with layers and jackets may be a little waterproof jacket just a light one. there is some drizzle and we had some earlier this morning.
we have a lot of fog and low clouds although some is burning off inland but we will look at 80s in that area. 60s and 70s on the coast and bay. some areas on the coast in san mateo have not seen the sun in one week. firing up some afternoon thunderstorms near the oregon border and shasta up into reading just north of lake tahoe. the fog is there with a drizzle but you can see it is starting to move back a little bit. we have sunshine in concord a couple of reports coming in so the low clouds not in every location. if you are heading up the advised there have been some big boomers, 50s and 60s no changes but a very quiet week with 60s 70s and then 70s 80s and 90s away from the coast. it is 8:01 and where do you
want to start? i am looking at my screen here on the bay bridge toll plaza if you are at home look at this the bay bridge toll plaza 8:00 on a friday morning that is what we want to see traffic moving well the only reason we have slow traffic is because of some incidents a couple of accidents here and there. for example 880 a little bit of an incident causing slow traffic from the coliseum into downtown oakland but now that is getting better. to state extra safe take 580. highway 4 a little slow over the willow pass but 680 has been doing well moving into walnut creek and looking at the san mateo bridge looking good including the south bay commute looking light. 8:02 back to the desk. today is the first day of the outside lands music
festival . the first of three days of creative kidding people will have to do. leigh martinez live at the scene just got inside. >> reporter: i am now inside the outside lands. we got inside the gates do not open until 11:00. i am getting excited i have been here before, the food is one of the best parts, and a winter helped design some of the food dishes they will be serving i am looking where i am at one of them says 100% gluten- free this is a south american dish i think. they also have some interesting things here. this is the private spot to sit down and wait for the bands to start at noon. more than 200,000 people are expected over the three days
that is about the population of modesto. what you can expect around the festival is a lot of street closures. jfk from transverse to 36th avenue is closed. access into golden gate park is limited also the north side of the park entrance is closed also all roads on the west side of the park from transverse drive to the great highway. all of the bus lines near golden gate park will be packed for the commute however for bart riders there will be supplemental service and a shuttle will be running from the civic auditorium. you might get lucky and find parking on the street however parking is limited as well. there are locals who like to have the festival but the traffic and congestion causes a problem and others complain about the noise. >> if you have ever heard these cars with the base park one of
those in front of your house from 10:00 in the morning until 10:00 at night for three days. >> reporter: officials say they try to adjust the noise concerns and we also have police out here. outside lands generated more than $2 million for the city recreation and park department last year. they do a lot of good work as well as they have a great time. we are told this is growing even more so this year compared to previous years. it is one of the top five festivals run in the united states something they are very proud of. as you heard more than 200,000 people are expected to show up so it will be another big festival with more parking problems and more traffic congestion but this is the 10th year so a lot of locals are used to this. >> and tickets are sold out? >> at this point yes they are sold out but there are a few
being sold on stubhub. we mentioned some prices have gone up and it is getting comparable to the price of coachella but that is just the game if you have a huge festival prices go up. officials tell me that is the cost of running a festival. >> probably $10 more for those avocado fries. for all the details and information on outside lands go to ktvu.com . president trump says this morning military solutions are fully in place locked and loaded should north korea act unwisely. also there are signs that china could back north korea if the united states were to attack first. doug luzader with more on the growing crisis from washington. >> china has been seen as a key player in all of this able to lean on north korea but it is clear china has its limits. president trump emerging from his golf club with a message to
critics. >> frankly the people that were questioning that statement maybe it wasn't tough enough. >> not tough enough using the words fire and fury to describe the us response to further north korean provocations on a day when the president huddled with his national security team and held a 20 minute press conference with questions repeated about how to respond to kim jong-nam.>> is not going to go around threatening guam and the united states and japan and he is not going to threaten south korea. that is not a day or as you say that is a statement of fact. >> north korea talking about launching missiles toward guam a us territory with a large military presence. who can dissuade kim? possibly china which sided with the us and the un over the weekend but there are limits, reports that a state run
newspaper says china should stay neutral if north korea attacks first but if the us strikes first it should intervene and the tough talk may be aimed at china as much as anyone else. >> china has the ability to influence the north koreans. >> south korea and us will engage in military exercises something that north korea sees as a provocation. in washington doug luzader foxnews. the nuclear threat from north korea has bruises -- business booming at a company that sells bomb shelters, one store owner says he has never seen such a surge in interest. he has sold 30 shelters in recent days. the shelters cost between $10,000 and $100,000. a child in oakland who was inside of a car that was carjacked has been found safe the carjacking happened this morning on 64th avenue. the child was found a few blocks away on 65th avenue at
this time police say no one has been arrested. one of two men charged in connection with the fatal stabbing in chicago is due to appear in court today. andrew warren who works for oxford university will be extradited to chicago after surrendering friday to bay area police. a second suspect, wyndham lathem surrendered the same day in oakland. both face first-degree murder charges in the july 27 stabbing death of a man. there will be a vigil for a liquor store owner in san jose who was shot back and killed on monday, charlie lee was shot during an attempted robbery at his store. the vigil is scheduled for 7:30 tonight at jim's liquor mart. a gofundme has been set up for the family. family friends and fans of a bay area musician or mourning his death after he was killed in oakland. police say that david deporis
was sitting at a table at a cafi on telegraph avenue wednesday when a thief stole his laptop. the thief got into a car and david deporis went after him and was dragged by the car 500 feet. he later died at a hospital.>> it might have been one of those things in the moment something gets taken from your. >> anyone who is a victim of a crime please report it and allow us to help. >> david deporis had been touring this summer with other musicians and he was just about to release an album. at this point police have not made any arrests. next month there will be memorial services in oakland and new york. safety concerns prompting google to cancel a diversity town hall meeting but that did not stop the company ceo from sending a message to women that they are welcome. handing out backpacks and
school supplies, more on an annual back-to-school drive in san jose and why the need continues to grow. not a lot of slow traffic out of there. coming up we will look at some of the bridges and see what your drive is like across the bay. there is a lot of fog out of there some of it is retreating but the coast and bay still dealing with plenty of fog.
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a state of emergency declared in new orleans after the city water pumping system failed during heavy rain this week. the storm caused flooding in a lot of areas and with more rain in the forecast the mayor says the drainage system is vulnerable. billions of dollars were spent updating the infrastructure after hurricane katrina but there are still problems. generators are being brought to back up the system. the san jose police department is looking to boost its force with the largest graduating class in 10 years. 26 recruits will graduate and in december another 54 will graduate. in recent years the city has lost a few hundred officers due to lower pay and benefits. the department reached an agreement giving officers significant pay increases over the next three years. monday morning we will talk live with the mayor of san jose.
danielle outlaw making history in portland oregon speaking about being the first african-american woman to be named chief of police there. she got the job for her qualifications. >> i realized that i wear many hats and i represent many things to many people. because of that there is an added responsibility placed on me. >> she takes over a department under scrutiny for handling protest and use of force. outlaw spent 19 years with the oakland police department. plans for a town hall meeting at google were canceled due to growing safety concerns. the concerns were raised when questions from google employees about gender issues were leaked online along with their names. the meeting was scheduled to address diversity and gender issues following the firing of a google engineer for wrote a
controversial memo criticizing google's diversity initiatives. the google ceo briefly address the controversy last night. >> there is a place for you at google. don't let anyone tell you otherwise. you belong here. >> for a company like google or other high-tech companies the amount we can hire is small because the pipeline and all of those factors are causing issues. >> meantime, anti-diversity advocates plan to protest the company accusing google of centering first amendment rights to free speech. our question of the day, do you feel you can speak freely at work and meetings or group settings. 29% say yes, 71% say no. we will keep this question of the day throughout the morning
let us know what you think by voting on our twitter page or on ktvu.com a major investor is suing the uber former ceo. travis kalanick accused of fraud and breach of contract, the lawsuit challenges the way he gained control of several uber board seats. he was forced to resign recently according to the complaint benchmark capital owns 13% and he owns 10%. two hours ago i was on the lower east shore and it was unbelievable. >> i knew you would enjoy it. i know gasia mikaelian did not see any of the traffic but this morning we will have good traffic driving to san francisco on the bay bridge. it is unusual to see this. it is looking ridiculously like a sunday morning. this is what it looks like on sundays not a lot going on.
and we are having the last break before everyone gets back into school. monday is moving day at uc berkeley. i will be talking about that monday but be aware a lot of people are moving into campus this monday and the streets will be packed. northbound 880 driving past oracle arena traffic is moderately heavy. highway 4 has improved and the bridges are all right. on the peninsula there is slow traffic on northbound 101 a little slowing passing 92 but 280 is a good alternative. 8:18 let's bring in steve. without me asking i got some information that said will you let people know it will be crowded on campus so there you go. >> why did they send that to
you? because you are a cal grad. okay, thank you. let's get to it. a lot going on i have been bearing myself into looking up stuff this morning but i do know there is a good fog bank for many. it will slowly burn back. it has been tough to get that burning back from oakland to san francisco and on the san mateo coast. okay, the fog is there there is a lot to go around before we get to this many of you might be traveling down to cabo san lucas and hurricane franklin which came in over the yucatan peninsula has now moved across mexico and there is not a break in the clouds. just want to give you a heads up if you're headed down to that area. it is cloudy cloudy cloudy.
from the remains of that hurricane now we are cloudy but it is foggy and some of it is beginning to burn back. rick says good morning it is still foggy here on springhill road and west. 59 degrees in that area, 60 in winsor, 54 bodega bay and 56 in the valley. everybody is pretty close i know the fog is starting to burn back for some. fog and drizzle with 80s on the interior. 60s and 70s at the coast and bay. outside lands looking foggy there is no way around that so dress accordingly. this low to the north near the oregon border is firing off thunderstorms giving us morning fog and also some drizzle. sacramento valley up to shasta you can see where the bulk of
the activity is located with water temperatures coming down. the flow giving us a northwest breeze so we start off with bodega bay and san francisco at 55 and 56 degrees so we have colder readings near san francisco. we have an okay breeze on the delta temperatures are very slow to rebound. 67 brentwood 56 moraga and 58 in livermore and 58 in berkeley 's almost everybody is within a few degrees. 41 in truckee with low clouds and fog meaning a foggy and breezy pattern a little warmer for a few inland areas but there is a push carrying a lot of the weather from yesterday. 60s 70s 80s and just a few 90s inland. not much changing saturday we could get rid of the fog before we get to the weekend. a victory for people trying
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been tough on the coast especially san mateo. usually by the late morning or afternoon the sonoma coast and santa cruz get sunshine but san mateo doesn't know what sun is. what is pushing inland is now easing back some of it burning off now but making a good search,. go with the layers at outside lands. 50s 60s and drizzle tonight the water temperatures have come down this week with a northwest breeze on the backside of the low. bodega bay now 55, san francisco 56 they were also 60 on monday so that is quite a big drop. we have the low dropping in smoke from the fires in idaho oregon and washington which is why we have hazy skies. thunderstorm activity will likely pick up one more day but i will mention for lake county
north to the oregon border. 58 oakland, 59 livermore, 62 san jose, on the peninsula lower 60s , menlo park 63. moss beach and pacifica in the mid-50s. fog giving way to sunshine and then the breeze picks up a little bit so we are little warmer for some of us inland. 60s 70s and 80s for most of us. sal what do you have? this is the first friday i can remember where we have a bunch of incidents but for the most part we have a nice commute. it has taken about 30 minutes to drive between the carquinez bridge and the macarthur maze so there is slowing but it is much better at the bay bridge. 30 minutes to drive from the bridge to the maze and then when you get to the toll plaza very little waiting to get to the bridge driving to san
francisco. here is a look at northbound 880. traffic a little slow passing oracle arena driving into downtown. the east bay commute is good and even highway 4 finally improvement here on highway 4. driving from antioch to concord that is very good traffic. back to the desk. some of our top stories this morning, a child inside of a car that was carjacked in oakland has been found safe. the carjacking happened on 64th avenue. the child was found a couple of blocks away on 66 avenue. at this time nobody has been arrested. the outside lands music festival begins today, this is the 10th year of the festival, seven stages featuring dozens of bands more than 200,000 people are expected to attend. police will be there on foot
and on horseback. >> ticket scalping, non- permitted bending, merchandise vending, food vending as well as the trespassers who try to jump the perimeter fencing. those are the majority of issues we have to deal with. >> the festival is sold out people who have tickets are devised to take public transportation. president trump doubling down on north korea this morning just hours ago he tweeted military solutions are fully in place locked and loaded should north korea act unwisely. hopefully kim jon gruden will find another path. president trump says his fire and fury warning was not strong enough after north korea said it would launch missiles toward guam in the coming weeks. china has been seen as a key player amid growing tensions but there are signs the country will back north korea if the us
attacks first. james mattis continues his two-day visit to silicon valley today. yesterday the secretary went to the pentagon defense unit a federal funded company that works with contractors to make high-tech products for the military. these companies will help the military make advances in ai. president trump increasing criticism of mitch mcconnell for the failed health care repeal vote. yesterday the president hinted senator mcconnell should resign if congress cannot repeal the affordable care act and pass infrastructure. >> if he does not get taxes done or obamacare and if he does not get infrastructure done then asked me that question. >> president trump has been angry since senator mcconnell said the president had excessive expectations. >> the new president has not
been in this line of work before. i think he had excessive expectations about how quickly things happen in the democratic process. >> senator mcconnell has not responded to the president's latest criticism. a bay area nurse and her husband make an emotional plea they came to the us illegally 25 years ago now they face deportation. frank mallicoat talked with her about the impact this would have. >> i'm sorry, i have been trying to be strong. >> maria mendoza sanchez could not hold back the tears her battle to legalize her family status lasted 15 years and was denied at every turn, come tuesday the mother of four her husband and her 12-year-old son will be going back to mexico on a one-way ticket. all three deported leaving
behind three daughters. no chance to return for the next 10 years. >> i even asked them please not to come to the airport because i'm not sure how they will make it back home. >> maria and her husband entered the us illegally 25 years ago and work hard. he is a truck driver and maria put herself through college and is now a cancer care nurse. they own their home in oakland and have lived on valid work permits until this past spring. >> this administration they say they want good people. >> we have some bad people here. >> my people are not that hombres. they have never done anything. no criminal convictions none of us have been in trouble with the law ever.
>> a spokesperson for ice says over the last 15 years the case went through exhaustive review by the immigration system the courts have held that neither of these individuals have a legal basis to remain in the us. their oldest daughter is 23 and will be the legal guardian for her younger sisters. however she is a doctor recipient not a us citizen so if the program is shut down she could be deported as well. >> it is really hard to think about. it is a way to die without being dead. >> frank mallicoat ktvu fox 2 news happening now hundreds of children taking the backpacks and school supplies as part of the sacred heart community services back to school drive. jesse gary is live with more and really did need continues to grow. >> that is right, this process
began july 7 with 3300 families registering for the free backpacks. today the pickup happens, joining us is joel mitchell from sacred heart community services. walk us through what is happening as we can see these people walking around. >> when people came last month they were given a time for today so they are lining up by appointment time and when it is their time our volunteers guide them to the building we will register them and they will be hooked up with a volunteer to shop for a backpack so we have the backpacks set up and when they pick them out. >> what grades? >> kindergarten, first through sixth and seventh through 12th and then they pick up supplies afterward. >> so the supplies don't come in the backpack?>> right they are prepackaged they just pick up a backpack we have all
different kinds and then they get their school supplies. >> so there are other services also offer? >> we have the afterschool academy and parents of preschoolers program so we have ongoing education programs. today we are trying to get kids ready. we want them to be ready for school. >> how big of a help is this for the parents? >> it is a huge help because rent is so expensive it leaves less for school supplies and the average cost of a backpack is $75 and then we have school supplies with fees for other things so when you are struggling to pay rent there is nothing left so this fills the gap. this is an amazing community of volunteers and donors making the program happened. it is our 15th year. >> i guess you are on track for another year next year?>>
definitely this is one of my favorite things we do. >> thank you very much, we have 80 volunteers working all the way until 5:00 today working in three-hour shifts to make sure people get their backpacks and if you want to donate this is funded through various donation but to help out what should people do? >> go to our website and make a donation to help support the education programs happening year-round. >> now we have got it, back to you guys. >> okay so people can't just go show up this morning and hope for supplies? >> right, this was registered july 7 people lined up out here down first street. this is the 9:00 hour and this line closest to you will be after at 9:30. they all registered for these
times but they have to come at their time to pick up their backpacks. it is done in a very orderly fashion otherwise people would be everywhere. >> thank you so much. lottery fever heating up across the country. just how high the jackpots have climbed for the mega millions and powerball drawings. food. water. internet. we need it to live. but what we don't need are surprises, like extra monthly fees. i see you, fee, played by legendary actress anjelica huston. you got me, mark. we just want fast internet for one, simple rate.
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plant is moving forward the plant could double in size the 4.5 million square foot extension was approved last december. tesla wants to boost production of its model three electric car it is tesla's most affordable electric car. elon musk says the company wants to make 10,000 per week by the end of next year. instagram beating snapchat at its own game 100 million more users than snapchat after adding similar story features. snapchat parent says it has 173 million users. snapchat is posting major second-quarter losses of $443 million. investigations in europe after eggs contaminated with pesticides were found. 15 countries have reported contaminated egg products from europe. the eggs came mostly from the
netherlands. millions of eggs have been pulled in the netherlands belgium and germany. 150 applebee's and ihop restaurants will be closing. 135 applebee's restaurants and 25 ihop's will close but we do not know the locations. sales have been dropping due to failure to attract younger customers. a small san francisco brewery has been sold, magnolia brewing was purchased for $2.7 million by new belgium. the owners filed for bankruptcy two years ago. the pub -- local pubs will stay open. lottery fever heating up as jackpots are growing worth $750 million combined. mega millions has increased to $393 million, the powerball jackpot tomorrow is at $356 million. here is a tip, leave it to the
computer statistics show 75% of past winners use the quick pick option.>> i do the quick pick. >> that is interesting. if i were to play i would just go for my secret special numbers. >> you could actually do both. cover your bases. >> will you be at work monday if you win? >> yes, if you win just keep it quiet. >> exactly. good morning everybody. let's look at the richmond bridge traffic is looking good across the span. no major incidents in fact a
nice commute and on the east shore freeway getting to the macarthur maze it has been a nice drive. a little crowded in richmond but not much compared to normal and when you get to the bay bridge it is light. this is a look at 880 it is slow from the coliseum over to downtown oakland but 580 is a good alternate, let's bring in steve with your weather. foggy conditions right now. most locations coast and bay dealing with fog even inland areas although it is burning back for some. 8:00 everybody cloudy except for concord. low clouds and fog are lasting a long time from oakland over the bay over to san francisco and san mateo even some areas hard-pressed to get much
sunshine. 60s and 70s inland with hazy skies and smoke coming from the organ fires. outside lands looks pretty foggy chilly and cool so dress accordingly in the 50s and 60s with the drizzle. this low is ejecting near the board -- oregon border. tahoe had some thunderstorm activity a couple of days ago but now the flow is ramping up the fog and we have northwest breeze on the coast with water temperatures coming down. 55 and 56 at bodega bay and san francisco for water temperatures. there is your afternoon thunderstorm activity popping up in sacramento valley may be lake county. 59 at the airport, 62 palo alto, 62 concord, 62 fairfield, 68 santa rosa and 68 in brentwood. fog and low clouds giving way to sunshine a little bit, not
much change over the weekend so we are kind of stuck. 60s 70s 80s and a few 90s far enough inland otherwise very little changes into the weekend may be a breakup of the fog bank on monday. disturbing information about a san mateo preschool teacher accused of taking lewd photos of a young student. what the parents of the victim are now saying.
the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms says a large law enforcement crackdown in the bay area led to the greatest number of arrests in atf history. a series of raids conducted monday and tuesday arresting 75 people in all. a two-year operation involving 1000 officers many of them working undercover.>> these offenders engage in a wide
range of activity including firearms burglaries and thefts. >> more than 48 stolen cars, 90 firearms and drugs were recovered. first responders were honored yesterday as they rushed to the scene at a deadly shooting in june at a ups facility. four people were killed and two were injured when a man went on a shooting rampage at the facility. officers were invited to be honored at city hall yesterday. >> what distinguishes all of you today as public servants both new and veterans is that at the moment of tremendous need you were there. i want to say thank you on behalf of the city and county. >> investigators do not know why the shooter went on the shooting rampage before killing himself. disturbing details
involving a preschool teacher arrested for taking lewd photos of students. 33-year-old anthony satriano was arrested in april. prosecutors say that he held private photo sessions with five students some as young as five years old posing and provocative ways. parents intend to file a lawsuit saying that the school failed to protect their children. >> for this to be the case at a prestigious private school that charges $30,000 tuition for the students is mind-boggling. >> the school says st. matthew's episcopal remains committed to providing a safe caring community. we realize this is a difficult time for the families affected and we are very strong for the pain this has caused. satriano has pleaded not guilty. an investigation underway after the window to a sprint store was smashed out on
johnson drive. police responded to a call of a burglary and when they arrived the window had indeed been smashed. the store manager will take a look at what was taken from the store. burning thousands of acres destroying dozens of homes we are learning about the cause of a massive wildfire in the santa cruz mountains. food. water. internet. we need it to live. but what we don't need are surprises, like extra monthly fees. i see you, fee, played by legendary actress anjelica huston. you got me, mark. we just want fast internet for one, simple rate. for all the streaming and the shopping and the newsing, but most of all... for the this.
charges involving a sex worker is due in court. the officer is accused of paying for sex at a hotel in october and then warning the woman twice about undercover prostitution stings. prosecutors filed the charges last month his attorney has asked that the new charges be thrown out. a berkeley teacher facing assault charges once the charges dropped a small group rallied in support of yvette felarca in sacramento, this all after a clash with the neo- nazi demonstrators last year. yvette felarca can be seen in a video attacking a man. she is now defending her actions saying that she was acting in self-defense, her attorney blames police. yvette felarca is an organizer for the group by any means necessary. the judge has continued the case to october. a portable generator caused
a large fire in the santa cruz mountains last year, the marijuana grow in the area was housing the generator. 12 homes were destroyed investigators are looking into the grow operation to determine if it was illegal. the new look 49ers kicked off their preseason schedule today taking on the kansas city chiefs at arrowhead stadium. the new head coach hopes the 49ers strong training camp will continue in tonight's first game . fans want to see how the quarterbacks perform in their first game with the 49ers. san francisco will be taking on the broncos vikings and chargers this preseason. the raiders first preseason game is tomorrow against the cardinals in arizona. raider nation's first opportunity to see marshawn lynch and derek carr in the same backfield, the head coach
says how the raiders played in the preseason will be huge for the regular season and some have picked them to do very well perhaps a super bowl contender. preparations avoiding the traffic and your forecast for the 10th annual outside lands festival . the reunion between a venetian man who collapsed on a basket by court and the firefighter who saved his life. the magic of harry potter we are live with the conductor of a new concert. >> [ music ] >> the summer of 2017 almost in the books. high schools are heading back to class on monday that was fast. i want to share a picture getting love on facebook. this is one
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