tv KTVU Mornings Weekend Edition FOX August 13, 2017 7:00am-10:00am PDT
good morning, everyone. welcome to "mornings on 2". i'm frank mallicoat. >> good morning. i'm claudine wong. we want to go to the developing news coming from charlottesville, virginia. a state of emergency, of course, in effect after violent clashes at the white supremist rally left three people dead. you can see the video. a 32-year-old woman was killed and 26 others were hurt. cell phone video shows the car crashed into another car then back up and barrel through a crowd. police arrested the driver, james alex fields junior from ohio. he is facing charges that include second-degree murder and hit and run. the rally was chaotic before the crash with people fighting in the street and police in riot gear trying to break
things up. two state troopers were killed when their helicopter crashed in the woods as they tried to respond. >> i have a message to all the white supremist and nazis that came into charlottesville today. our message is plain and simple. go home. you are not wanted in this great commonwealth. shame on you. >> the governor by the way is at a church this morning getting ready to speak. we are hoping to listen in to his remarks coming up on "mornings on 2". yesterday's rally is believed to be the largest rally of white nationalists in a decade. field's mother said she knew her son was going totally but didn't know it was a white supremist rally. a bond hearing is scheduled for tomorrow. the president reacted to all the violence in virginia by saying the country needs to come together as americans with what he called true affection for each other.
he called for a stop to all the violence. >> we condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides, on many sides. it's been going on for a long time in our country, not donald trump, not barack obama. this has been going on for a long, long time and it has no place in america. >> apparently not everyone agreed with that quote. many sides were to blame for the violence. democrats and some republicans called on him to specifically denounce white supremists. that included marco rubio who criticize the president's stand. he tweeted: >> a white supremist web site called the daily stormer praised the president for what he said, posting the quote
here, trump's comments were good. he didn't attack us. he just said the nation should come together. nothing specific against us. no condemnation at all. >> here is how other leaders are reacting to events yesterday in charlottesville. shortly after the attacks, vice president mike pence wrote i stand with potus against hate and violence. the u.s. is greatest when we join together and oppose those seeking to divide us. majority leader kevin mccarthy posted these statements this morning. our nation is built on a cornerstone of free speech. however, that foundation does not include hatred, bigotry or violence. the actions of malice and hate by white supremists have no place in society. congresswoman nancy pelosi posted our nation is defined by the march of progress. our strength lies in our diversity. we must reject hate. ed lee with this statement,
tolerance, inclusiveness and acceptance make up the dna of our city. we will stand up against hate. >> hundreds of people marching in oakland to condemn the violence in charlottesville. people met last night in downtown oakland holding signs and chanting messages against hate, bigotry and violence. the rally was mostly peaceful. a small group of people walked out on to interstate 580 near the grand avenue exit and blocked traffic before marching back downtown. there was also a candlelight vigil held in san francisco. the group bay area united against white supremists said the trump administration is partly to blame for yesterday's violence. 700 miles away from charlottesville in chicago people gathered because of more
violence anywhere in the country. >> it's important for people to realize it could be happening to any of us, anyone in the street that wanted to stand up against white supremists and fascism. that is quite shocking for us. >> about 50 people held a candle lyle vigil and said prayers for the woman killed in charlottesville. they said it was important to come together and share feels of sadness and anger and was appropriate to hold the event outside of trump tower. a rally against white supremacy is scheduled later today. >> there are lots of rallies planned throughout today as a show of solidarity for the people in charlotte. we will continue our coverage throughout the morning and bring updates as they come in. we are keeping an eye on the stories locally along with weather. let's bring in rosemary and find out how sunday is shaping up. good morning. >> good morning to you. we have another nice day starting with low clouds, on
shore breeze. in the afternoon, temperatures will change very slightly. we are looking at 50s and 60s to start the morning. anywhere from low 60s to low 90s to end the day. this advertise a great start across -- this is a great start across the bay. we have patchy drizzle. sfo 54 degrees. low 50s in santa rosa. san jose 61. here is the 24-hour temperature change. you can see we are within a few degrees of yesterday. it feels a lot like it felt when you started saturday morning. mountain view down 4 degrees. you may notice, may not. as we get into the cloud cover, it's widespread. it's not picking up on all the low cloud cover out there but it's similar to where we started yesterday morning. by the end of the day, mostly sunny away from the coastline. 17 miles per hour through
fairfield. oakland sustained at 13. napa 13 as well. the on shore layer, marine clouds. this afternoon the micro climate pattern is in place. temperatures won't budge a lot. 60s expected for the afternoons on the coast. upper 60s, low 70s for the east bayshore. inland 80s in the hotter locations. central valleys to get in the 90s. 87 the afternoon high for antioch. 71 oakland. 66 san francisco. south bay 78 in san jose where the jazz fest continues. temperatures will fall even more as we get back to work on monday. i will have a look at the extended forecast coming up. >> thank you, rosemary. raiders lost the preseason opener in arizona. martian lynch didn't play a down. he made headlines. he didn't stand during the national anthem. in the past, martian lynch --
marshawn lynch voiced support for colin kaepernick that didn't stand last year while playing for the 49 years. it will be a while before we hear from lynch why he sat during the anthem. he rarely talks to the media and did not address them last night after the game. coming up later in sports, we will hear from the head coach had to say about that. an elderly man that disappeared last night has been found. he was located five hours after he was reported missing. police say he is considered at risk because he suffers from dementia, parkinson's disease and a heart condition. san francisco police are asking for the public's help to find a man suspected of throwing bleach on a woman last month blinding her. the photo shows the suspect on a bike. this attack happened on july 30th outside of a liquor store on mason street. police say there was an argument outside the store
before the man threw bleach in the woman's eyes before taking off on his bike. highway 37 in the north bay repairs start tonight. they will be out about 9:00 to do pavement repairs. you see the map there. expect lane closures until around 5:00 in the morning before the commute kicks in. the work will happen the next five nights. over a thousand new jobs with caltrans. we will tell you about a job fair that can help veterans land a job. >> also continued unrest in south america. the country of venezuela will follow the latest protests as our vice president, mike pence. makes the trip to south america. stay with us.
bit -- . >> wait a bit. let's go to rosemary. i went on a hike yesterday. perfect. gorgeous. five miles of gorgeous. >> absolutely. >> mild weather out there, at least for this time of year. it's hard to complain unless you are at the coast and maybe close to san francisco where it's mostly cloudy for a few days -- okay, several days we will call it. this is a look at mount diablo. temperatures are similar this morning. again, that's where we are expected to head into the afternoon with similar conditions expected for the second half of your weekend. 51 santa rosa. 54 san francisco. i showed you a few moments ago how the temperature range is little. we are looking at temperatures in the 50s and 60s at the start. the fog is back. the low clouds, marine layer depth 1500 feet similar to yesterday. the on shore breeze continues. we have this trough we are watching over the pacific
northwest that will swing through. this will equal a cool down tomorrow. today we are looking with the on shore breeze about 17 miles per hour through fairfield and, again, temperatures from 60s at the coast, 70s around the bay. upper 80s to near 90 expected for the hotter locations. let's take a look at what we can expect for the north bay, 85 novato. 85 kentfield. we have been in this micro climate pattern for a time. even though the temperatures come up and go down, we remain with 25 to 35-degree span across the bay area. 69 berkeley. 71 oakland. 81 danville. 88 brentwood. south bay locations are looking good. san jose upper 70s expected for you. low 80s los gatos. morgan hill 84. low 70s for the board walk. 70 san bruno for the afternoon.
77 woodside. partly cloudy skies remaining over daly city, pacifica and half moon bay. the extended forecast, temperatures will drop as we get back to work on monday. in fact, we will be hard- pressed to find 80s for the inland communities. upper 70s to be the average for tomorrow. >> that's pretty cool. >> then we bounce back by tuesday up 10 degrees. then we have a warming trend that follows wednesday, thursday. >> okay. >> if you don't like it, wait. >> thanks, rosemary. happening today, vice president mike pence is set to meet with the president of columbia later this afternoon. it's the start of a week long trip to serial south american nations including argentina and chile. one of the big topics will be following the crisis and the upheaval in venezuela. last week president trump said a military option is on the table to stop power grabs by the government there.
protestors in venezuela continue to go head to head with the national guard. opponents were seen throwing stones at officers who responded with rubber pellets and tear gas. a state of emergency has been issued in bolivia because of wildfires. a fire spread to more than 46 square miles and 700 people were evacuated. crews continue to work in that area to try to get it under control. 20,000 volunteers are in the area to hand out supplies such as food and water to those in need. all right, 7:15 on the clock. virginia's governor is addressing a baptist church. let's take you there live to listen in to what he has to say. >> you pretend you are patriots. you are not patriots. you are dividers. you want to talk about a
patriot, i will talk about barbara johns who at the age of 16 years old in prince edward county, virginia, lead 400 students -- led 400 students in the '50s. [ applause ] she walked the students out and said we are not coming back until we have equal facilities as white students. she was successful. to you white supremists and neonazis here yesterday, barbara johns is a patriot. you are not. to the men and women wearing the cloth of the country, fighting for us today -- i went home last night and wrote a long note to my son, who is a marine deployed in a conflict region. he and men and women around the
globe today are fighting for our basic freedoms and liberties. i didn't know how to write to him to explain what went on with these people that came into our state, 80% of them i was told, carried firearms. marching up and down our beautiful city with semi- automatic rifles. this is not what men and women are fighting for to protect around the globe. they are not putting their lives on the line to let the hatred and bigotry exist in our country, they are not. >> i want to thank the men and women, local, state and federal, our law enforcement personnel who put their lives on the line yesterday to protect us. not one single shot was fired with all these people with
weapons. the no property damage. they kept us safe and but for a terrorist driving a car who weaponized a car, i want to thank those men and women, the guard and everybody else who was here. i would like to give a moment of silence to heather hyer, jake colin and burk bates who lost their lives yesterday doing what they love dock, fighting for freedom -- doing, fighting for freedom. let's have a moment of silence. thank you. >> you have been listening to the governor of virginia. we had a moment of silence for the three people killed yesterday in the white supremist rally. he had a strong message, strong words. >> very much so. >> to the people at that rally
saying you are not patriots. he called the man arrested for driving the car into the crowd a terrorist. >> denouncing the white supremists. he said 80% came in with guns. a 32-year-old woman was killed yesterday because of that car situation and two police officers died in a helicopter crash that were trying to respond to the incident. you see the car right there. so, a lot going on in our country and the governor of virginia denouncing that situation yesterday. >> he has been busy this morning. we have been following him on twitter and he has stopped by a bunch of different places this morning to check in on the situation there as the state of emergency has been called. this baptist church is where he is now. a long day ahead. they are expecting more protests but today there has been a movement of a show of solidarity with charlotte, there are vigils and different demonstrations planned in the
bay area. >> one down in san jose and we hope to have our lee martinez down there live in the next half hour talking about that. okay. we move on now. protecting your eyes during the solar eclipse which happens in a little over a week from now. how to spot the fake glasses -- the fake ones from the real ones to watch the event safely. >> a beer made out of bees and wasps. d wasps.
facebook launched a new photo sharing app in china. it launched earlier this year, called colorful balloons. it does not carry facebook's name. it's an effort to make inroads in the world's most populous country. china's ruling communist party controls internet traffic across the border and tries to keep the public from seeing thousands of web sites including facebook. people in britain can get tests from a vending machine. the results are ready within 15 minutes. the goal is to make it easier for people to check their hiv status. >> less embarrassing than going to a clinic. like all of that stigma still.
so, it's a lot easier and a lot more care free than going to the doctors and stuff. >> the vending machine is available 24 hours a day and the service is free. it was installed in june in an area with high hiv rates. the company that makes the machines plan to roll out 10 more. as tensions rise in the united states and north korea some are repairing for armageddon. in detroit, army supply stores have seen a spike in business. andrea southern from joe's army- navy says customers cleared out the stock of po takes yum -- potassium iodine. >> it's a tablet that you take in the event of nuclear radiation. it fills your thyroid with iodine so it doesn't absorb the nuclear radiation. >> there are meals that are ready to eat and gas masks.
sales of rvs are up about 20%. it may surprise you who is behind the uptick. it's not grandparents or retirees but millennials that are responsible. what is driving young folks to hit the roads? they say the vehicles are affordable about $300 a month and are well equipped with flat screen tvs and we identifies and allows millennials to lead a more flexible schedule. >> no time cards. >> oven, tv -- two tvs. >> there are 75 million campers and one third are millennials. >> now, with a 10-year bank loan payments can be under $200 a month. researchers in north carolina state are putting a new twist on craft beers. they are making a beer with wild yeast from bears and
wasps. insects that carried the yeast naturally. graduates get to experiment with wild yeast. north carolina state is letting craft breweries see what strange bruise they can create. >> they are putting everything in beer now. >> and people will try it. >> they will. we are a little more than a week way from the solar eclipse. we will step inside the chabot and how they will mark the big event big event
a little bit of journey to break you in on a sunday morning. we have a little wind out there. old glory is flying, maybe a little. >> it's cool but it seems to work out to a pretty nice day. rosemary joins us now for a check of -- i think we ask you that every week. when will that stuff be cleared away? >> september, october when the on shore wind comes in.
>> sleeping at night -- >> it's very nice. very nice. >> it can be uncomfortable when the weather gets warm, for those of us without a.c. we are looking at a cool start. the golden gate bridge, we are covered in it. you cannot see the towers. patchy drizzle. it's a near repeat day. have you ever seen ground hog day? i feel that way. hard to keep talking about the same stuff but i will. minor changes for the morning and afternoon. the on shore breeze is with us. you can see the flag blowing like frank mentioned. half moon bay, it will be a mostly cloudy cool day. 60s at the coast to upper 80s to 90 inland. we are starting out 54 in san francisco. upper 50s in oakland. fremont, livermore, san jose
61. outside 55 at golden gate park. into the afternoon, these temperatures are similar to yesterday. low 60s in the forecast for the afternoon. upper 50s as we get into about 8:00 with partly to mostly cloudy skies and the afternoon sea breeze. dress in layers or bring a jacket. this is a view of the afternoon highs around the region. we start in the north bay. 85 santa rosa. 87 antioch. closer to the water, low 70s expected in oakland. in the south bay, pleasant 78 the afternoon high for you. temperatures will continue to fall as we get back to work on monday. i will have a look at those numbers plus when we will be back in the 90s coming up. this morning we are following the latest from charlottesville, virginia. state of emergency is in effect after a white supremist rally that left three people dead. >> more protests are happening around the country and here in the bay area. hundreds marched in downtown
oakland. lee martinez is in san jose in the south bay where another rally is planned this morning at city plaza there. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. these counter protests are popping up and spreading the word on social media. there is one planned for 10:30 at the san jose civic plaza. yesterday evening we saw the first counter protest in oakland. that was attended by several hundred people. we heard reports of probably thousands of people. there were no major problems. there was about 100 people that crossed on to i-5 80 but most of the protestors left before midnight. an impromptu emergency rally was held. thousands marched through the streets. at one point fireworks were set off. the group bay area united
against white supremacy laying blame on president trump, comments from the president that didn't go far enough in denouncing the violence and condemning the white nationalists. the president said there was hatred, bigotry on many sides but didn't call out white supremists. james taylor weighed in. >> the president's statement was generic, nonspecific intentionally because donald trump did not want to alienate the sort of hard right element of his base. so, any president could have given that -- those comments related to any generic incident in the united states. >> reporter: now, yesterday in charlottesville the former kkk david duke tweeted at president trump, quote, i would recommend you take a good look in the mirror and remember it was white americans that put you in
the presidency, not radical leftists. tom said he doesn't think we should signify anything they say as rational. there will be more counter demonstrations planned for the bay area. the first one we learned of is at 10:30, happening at san jose civic plaza. back to you guys. >> all right. >> thank you, leigh. fire investigators are looking for the cause of a fire in petaluma. it broke out inside a two car garage on a home on cherry street. thick black smoke was seeping out of the carriage doors. they -- garage doors. they kept the fire from spreading to the home. of. renters in alameda rallied in support of an ordinance that protected tenants from being
evicted without cause. people showed their support for an amendment that required landlords for giving specific reasons for evicting renters. people say they fear losing their homes and not being able to move anywhere else because of the high cost of rent. >> they accused people of being drug addicts, prostitutes for no cause evictions. they slander people to get them out of town. >> almeda's rent stabilization ordinance will expire in december of 2019. today is the final day the outside lands in san francisco. the who headlining tonight at 7:30 at lands end stage. other big acts are bleachers and young the giant. >> some disappointing news for fans of the group a tribe
called quest after they canceled their perform answer again on saturday at the outside lands festival. they were supposed to perform at the opening night at golden gate park. the set was pushed back to saturday for what was described as unforeseen travel issues and again canceled last night to, quote, further travel complications. no word on when or if they will recede dull a performance in the bay area. smart train commuter service is being held up by a federal review focusing on the high-tech safety system. this is according to the marin independent journal. the paper says the system was installed by a colorado train last year but there were problems with it. officials say the safety system worked well for them but they need federal regulators to sign off on everything before they can begin scheduled operations. caltrans will be one of the employers looking for workers
at a job fair. military members are invited to the hiring our heros event on thursday starting at 9:00. there will be workshops to help job seekers starting at 9:00 as well. employers will hold interviews between 11:00 and 2:00. veterans and military spouses that register will get tickets to thursday's game against the phillies. defective glasses are being sold in watch the solar eclipse. you need a pair of special sunglasses to protect your eyes from the solar rays. experts warn some companies are making fake eclipse glasses. >> there is an iso standard that specifies to what degree you need to manufacture a product to be safe for viewing the sun. there are apparently some vendors who have been using
that label on their products even though it doesn't meet the specification. >> we have a link of where the american astronomical society recommends buying safe viewing glasses at ktvu.com under weblinks. the oregon park service is warning campers ahead of the eclipse. thousands are expected to visit the state. it will bring dramatically changing tides on the coast of oregon. oregon park staff said increased risk of riptides is possible, asking visitors to heed warnings not to camp on the beaches on the coast. during the 8:00 hour, we will talk to some camping experts about the best place and safest places to catch the eclipse if you are heading to oregon. there is an awesome place here in the bay area to watch the partial eclipse if you can't get to that path of
totality. chabot space and science center is promising a great experience to remember. reporter: the chabot space and science center is high above oakland. the history rooted in a love of as -- astronomy. >> the first director back in -- he was hired in 1885, he had been working in an insurance company in oakland. he was an astronomy enthuse wrists. he was -- enthusiast. he had a telescope in his backyard. >> he was an eclipse chaser. he planned and mounted expeditions around the world back in the late 1800s when it was a bigger deal than today. they would go by ship and he would spend a couple of months going out to places like india
or he went to japan to watch one but it was cloudy that time and he didn't get to see it. he had a special telescope and camera and equipment that he developed. he developed the tech neck for photographing a solar eclipse that produced at the time the best solar eclipse photos in the world. >> reporter: photos that are a bit of legend at chabot. >> tell me where we are heading. >> the dome for the 8-inch telescope lea, 1883 vintage telescope that started chabot. >> reporter: where do you want to be during those two minutes. >> i would like to be in idaho. >> reporter: but you will be here? >> i will be here. >> reporter: the view from the bay area will be a partial view but it will still be a sight to see. >> we will see about three quarters of the sun's surface covered up by the moon. >> which is still cool. >> enough of the sun covered up
so you will notice a change in the lighting conditions around. it will look dimmer, crisper. >> reporter: he said this animation of the 2012 partial eclipse gives us an idea of what to expect. >> that is anniversary any imagine taken from space. the image of the sun you are seeing is an ultra violate image. -- ultraviolet image. you are seeing the moon cross over that. if this was anniversary any medication of a total solar eclipse, even as the moon covered all the sun's disk, you would notice that there is this extended atmosphere around the sunshining ultraviolet light. it will take place over two hours or more. the peak of the eclipse, when most of the sun is covered up is 10, 15 in the morning. but it will be a gradual thing. people have plenty of opportunity to look through the telescopes. >> reporter: you can watch
through chabot's 8-inch telescope which kiss over 100 years old. >> we will rotate the dome so the doors are looking that way. >> reporter: or you can head outside to the deck where there will be a number of ways to watch the eclipse safely. >> come around this side and look down on the paper, you will see an image that is bland today. there is no sun spots. one on the edge there. >> this kind of an event where it's an outdoor event, observatory deck gets filled, we can expand to the hillside and parking lot and share filters and projectors and things like that. a tree or a bush that casts a shadow on the ground or under the wall, the spots of light coming through the leaves, ordinarily it's a dazzling array of lights and it will become this cloud of crest scenes. -- crescent. >> reporter: nature will be putting on a show. just the experience can be something to remember. >> it's fun to come up and
share the experience with people as well. >> so, it's interesting. we will see a partial here but we will follow everything that happens with the total eclipse that happens across the united states from oregon to tennessee. >> it's fascinating. it affects the tides, animals behavior, the shadows dropped down, our moods. >> we will have complete coverage a week from tomorrow. that begins at 9:00 in the morning on august 21st. 10:15, 10:30 is when the peak happens. >> i have friends drying up there. >> we will fly off the coast of oregon and fly it back in. i will be reporting -- >> i'm jealous. >> happens once every 100 years. i am fortunate to check it out. we will see quite a bit down here, too. coming up next, new information about a many woman attacked with bleach in san
afternoon highs coming up. >> thank you, rosemary. preseason game number 1 for the raiders last night. it was not easy to watch. three starters on offense even played. it was a glorified practice and fans had to pay full price to watch this. cardinals won it. march shawn lynch never -- marshawn lynch never played but he did make headlines. drew stanton with a scramble. oakland down 17-3. john crockett up the gut. that is the ball game. cards win a ho-hum game. we are learning more about marshawn lynch and his decision to sit during the national anthem.
the head coach said he talked to lynch. delrio voiced concerns about standing for the national anthem but he respects lynch's choice. he said it is something he has done for 11 years and is nothing new. >> you may recall colin kaepernick kneeling for the anthem. he protested social injustice. he remains an unsigned free agent this morning. some believe his protest is a factor in nfl team's passing on offering him a contract. giants and nationals got to play baseball back east despite monsoonal rain in d.c. all that rain likely had a lot do with bryce harper going down with an injury. he will have an mri today. three hours of rain delay
before the first pitch. this one is deep. that is gone. solo shot. giants up. harper, a ground out, watch him past first pays, takes a header, nearly trips over his own feet. watch his feet. hyperextended knee. he will have that mri. we will see how long he is out. the nats lost harper but one the game. this is an rbi double off the wall. 3-1 nats often the giants. tim beckham pounded out four hits lifting the orioles over the a's. beckham, who walked earlier comes home. lots more coming. 3-0. base hit. another run. beckham who led off the inning
is back up again. two-run double. you get the story here. the o's bet the a's. 12-5 was the final. time to head over to rosemary for a look at how the week is shaping up. some changes. >> sounds down right cold. >> a cool down followed by a warm up in the extended forecast. today not a lot of change. we have the low clouds. some areas started out mostly cloudy yesterday starting out with shine. there it is. san jose blew skies to start the morning. temperatures are similar to where we were and where we have been. in the afternoon, only subtle changes coming. giving you a view at storm tracker 2. not picking up on all the fog but it is in the east bay and north bay and coastline and peninsula. the on shore breeze in fairfield is 17 miles per hour. weaker than yesterday.
oakland 13 and napa. calm in santa rosa. for today, the morning fog followed by afternoon sun. it will clear back to the coast. the coast is expected to remain partly to mostly cloudy. santa cruz, sunshine in the afternoon. 60s expected there. not santa cruz but along the coast, upper 80s expected for the hotter locations. monday will be the coolest day with partly sunny to partly cloudy skies. inland communities will struggle to get in the low 80s if possible. feel that will change. it will be a one day event then back to warmer weather. a look at the numbers house, 56 half moon bay. 54 to start in san francisco. upper 50s in oakland and livermore. cool 51 outside your door in santa rosa. the east bay, a few more numbers, mostly sunny skies. mid-60s in in antioch. if you are going to be on the
east bayshore, a mild one expected for you. upper 60s by lunchtime. settling into the low 70s for the second part of the afternoon. slipping into the upper 60s around dinnertime if you are outdoors. a look at the afternoon highs, expected for the north bay, 82 sonoma. 63 for simpson beach. upper 60s alameda. inland if you like it warm. 84 danville. 88 brentwood. but not too hot. south bay 81 saratoga. 77 santa clara. upper 70s in san jose. the jazz festival is going owning in the south bay. 77 redwood city and 66 in san francisco. low 60s going to outside land. bring on the jacket. the on shore breeze will be with us. temperatures falling off. low 60s at the coast. upper 70s inland. then we fly back into the upper 80s tuesday.
low 90s by wednesday, thursday. >> the big chill and big heat up. >> you will need all sorts of clothes. >> the whole closet. >> dress like it's summer. a new high school in the south bay with a connection to a silicon valley heavyweight. new information on the school that has deep ties to oracle. ♪
will be moving to redwood city thanks to oracle. design tech opened in 2014 through a partnership between oracle and the school district. according to the mercury news the school will move to the redwood shores campus in january. this is an artist rendering of what the new school will look like. oracle is funding the construction through the education foundation. oracle says the employees will play a role in helping give the students a more real world learning experience. >> interesting. many students in san francisco will be starting the school year well prepared. thousands of elementary, middle school and high school students got free backpacks filled with everything that a school child needs to succeed in the classroom. they got uniforms as well. the event was part of a yearly give away organized by the san francisco public defender's office. >> a florida middle school is backing off from a
controversial fund-raising proposal for the parent teacher students organization. ptsa suggested every parent could pay 100 bucks to send a student to the front of the lunch line. a form was included in the orientation pact. parents went to social media with their negative reaction to the plan. >> if we are putting kids in front because dad has money and this dad doesn't, why didn't that click. like this is 2017, this is not 1960s. we are not telling people to go to the back of the bus because you are poor. that's stupid. when the superintendent and the principal of the school in lakeland heard about the idea they canceled the plan. later the ptsa sent out a note saying it was an idea that was discussed but never approved. the spokesperson information program was sent out in an orientation pact because of a clerical error. we are continuing to follow
welcome to "mornings on 2". i'm claudine wong. >> i'm frank mallicoat. we will have weather in a moment. first what is making news this morning. we are following the latest from charlottesville, virginia. a state of emergency is in effect after a violent clash at a white supremist rally left three people dead. a 32-year-old woman was killed and 26 others injured when a car plowed into a car of counterprotestors. cell phone video shows the car crashed into another car then back up and barrel through the crowd. police arrested this man, 20- year-old james alex fields junior from ohio. he is facing a number of charges, second-degree murder and hit and run. the rally was chaotic before the crash with people fighting in the street and police in
riot gear trying to break things up and bring calm. two state troopers were killed when the helicopter crashed into the woods as they tried to respond. >> i have a message for the white supremists and nazis that came in to charlottesville today. our message is go home. you are not wanted in this great commonwealth. shame on you. >> yesterday's rally is believed to be the largest gathering of white nationalist in a decade. the man facing charges for the crash recently moved to ohio and grew up in kentucky. his mother saying she knew her son was going to the rally but didn't know he was a white supremist or white supremist rally. a bond hearing is scheduled for this man tomorrow. people in the bay area took to the streets when violence erupted in charlottesville.
hundreds marched in solidarity in downtown oakland. >> more protests happening today. leigh martinez is in san jose where another rally is planned at city plaza. good morning. >> reporter: yes, that's right. the deadly white supremist rally in virginia is inspiring counterprotests throughout the bay area. they are being organized on social media. the first we learned of is one that is scheduled here in san jose civic plaza set to begin at 10:30 this morning. the first counter demonstration that we saw yesterday was in oakland. hundreds of people attended that counter demonstration marching through the streets. at some point about 100 people went on to interstate 580, quickly came back downtown. the majority of that protest was very peaceful and demonstrators ended up leaving, disbursing before midnight.
an emergency rally was held at lathem square. thousands of people marched throughout the streets. at one point fireworks were set off. the group bay area united against white supremacy laying blame for the violence in charlottesville on president trump. comments from the president, many say didn't go far enough in denouncing the violence. president trump said there was hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides but didn't specifically call out white supremacists. ucsf political science professor james taylor weighed in. >> i think the president's statement was generic and nonspecific because donald trump didn't want to alienate the sort of hard right element of his base and, so, any president could have given those comments related to any generic incident in the united
states. >> reporter: now, yesterday in charlottesville drafted duke tweeted at president trump, quote, i would recommend you take a good look in the mirror and remember it was white americans that put you in the presidency, not radical leftists. the former president of the republican party said he doesn't think we should dig any identify anything they are saying as -- dig any identify anything they say. the first rally is at 10:30 in san jose civic plaza. at the rally in oakland, we heard of counterprotestors talking about another white supremist rally or antimarxist rally in berkeley in late august. they have been talking about that and there are plans to do another counter demonstration later on this month. >> all right, leigh martinez
live for us in san jose, thanks. the president reacted to the violence in virginia saying the country needs to come together with americans with what he called true affection for each other and called for an end to the violence. >> we condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides, on many sides. it's been going on for a long time in our country. not donald trump, not barack obama. this has been going on a long time. it has no place in america. >> you heard the president say many sides. that got a lot of controversial responses with not everyone agreeing with that statement. democrats and some republicans called on him to specifically denounce white supremacy and racially motivated hate. that included former presidential candidate marco
rubio who criticized the president's stance saying violence was a terror attack by white supremists. a white supremist web site praised the president for posting the quote on the screen. tom' comments were good. he didn't attack us. he just said the nation should come together. nothing specific against us. no condemnation at all. here is reaction to the events yesterday in charlottesville. president trump had this to say. we will continue to follow developments in charlotteville and provide whatever assistance is needed. we are ready, willing and able. east bay congresswoman barbara lee called out president trump posting this on twitter, make no mistake, the white supremists in charlottesville feel emboldened by the trump administration. all americans must condemn the bigotry. the governor of virginia posted this tweet around 6:00 this morning:
this morning the governor of virginia visited two churches in charlottesville asking for peace and the end to hatred and bigotry. the governor said he was angry and sad last night. he said now everyone must stand together to secure equality for all americans. >> let us use hope. let us use today to reach out to our fellow citizens, put your hand out to help, let us show these people that we are bigger than them. we are stronger than them. [ applause ] >> the governor went on to say the violence from yesterday should inspire everyone to aim to do better and help stop the rhetoric that leads to violence here in our country. in chicago, 700 miles way from the protest scene, people gathered to call attention to the possibility of more violence anywhere in the country. >> it's important for people to realize that it could have been
any of us, anyone in the streets that wanted to stand up against white supremacy. it's shocking for us. >> about 50 people held a candlelight vigil and said prayers for the woman killed in charlottesville. they said it was important to come together and share their feelings of sadness and anger. and it was appropriate to hold it outside of chicago's trump tower. a rally is scheduled later today in chicago. there are a lot of local protests planned for the bay area. we will continue to follow the latest from charlottesville in the bay area. we will bring you updates as they come in. >> a busy day. but we have to get to the big picture in our weather. a lot of folks are moving around the bay area today. >> a bit of a chilly start. >> sunday fun day for you. it is a bit of a cool start. the on shore breeze is with us and low clouds are back. >> i'm going to tahoe after the
show. >> lucky duck. >> tahoe forecast, 80s today, frank. i think you will enjoy that. >> that's acceptable. upper 70s for monday and tuesday and no thunderstorms. at home, we are waking up with a partly to mostly cloudy skies. patchy drizzle. a look at sfo. you can see the gray there. inland, we got a little bit of sunshine over the inner east bay. san jose 62 degrees. a clear start for you for most of the area as opposed to the cloud could have been yesterday morning. livermore 59. oakland upper 50s. 54 in san francisco. santa rosa about 55. the on shore breeze, fairfield 15 miles per hour. not as strong as yesterday. at this time, oakland sustained at 15 and napa reporting a southwest breeze about 12. minor changes in store today. the on shore breeze remaining with us for the afternoon. the fog will clear back but remain at the coastline. temperatures will go from the low 60s at the coast to upper
80s to 90 for the hotter locations. we are still looking at a 30- degree span or so. but it is a mild one. take a look at that. 61 pacifica for the afternoon. 66 in downtown san francisco. low to mid-70s for the east bayshore. 80s for livermore and upper 80s for antioch. 84 morgan hill. the jazz summer fest continues in san jose with 78 the afternoon high. temperatures fall off into monday. i will show you how low we will go and when we will rebound coming up. >> thanks, rosemary. the raiders lost the preseason opener. marshawn lynch didn't play. he did make headlines because he chose not to stand during the national anthem. in the past he has voiced support for colin kaepernick who did not stand last year playing for the niners. now, we would hope to hear from
lynch but that might not be likely because he doesn't really talk to the media that often. he didn't address them last night. coming up later, we will hear what head coach jack delrio had to say about it. berkeley police say an elderly man that disappeared last night has been found. winston lawson was located five hours after he was reported missing. police are not releasing details other than the man has returned home. they do say he was considered at risk because he suffers from dementia, parkinson's and a heart condition. good news, he is home. san francisco police are asking for the public help to find a man suspected of throwing bleach at a woman last month blinding her. police released surveillance photos of the man they are looking for. photos show this man riding the bike. it happened july 30th outside of a liquor store on mason street. there was an argument outside
the store before the man threw the bleach in the woman's eyes then took off on his bike. if you got any information or know who the man is, be sure and call the san francisco police. repairs on highway 37 in the north bay start today. crews will be out at 9:00 this evening to do pavement repairs. you can expect lane closures until around 5:00 in the morning. that work will happen the next five nights. all week long. if you are heading out this morning, use bart. expect major delays on the system. which stations are the most affected. >> continued unrest in venezuela. we will follow the latest protests. protests.
good morning. happy sunday. a mild one. temperatures from the low 60s to upper 80s around the bay area. a lot going on. outside lands and jazz fest in san jose. if you are out and about i will have a look at what you can expect coming up. vice president mike pence will meet with the president of columbia today. it's the start of a week long
trip to several south american nations including argentina and chile. one of the big topics is the crisis in venezuela. president trump said a military option is on the table to stop power grabs by the government. >> apparently travels with his dog, too. didn't know that. protestors in venezuela went head to head with the national guard. they threw stones at the officers who responded by firing rubber pellets and tear gas. more than 100 people have died since april due to the political unrest. in bowl life i can't, a -- bolivia a wild fire. 700 people have been evacuated. 20,000 volunteers are in the area to hand out supplies like food and water to those in need because of the fire. chinese television showing
heavy flooding across southeastern china. two people are missing and 700 others were evacuated from homes. officials are warning that rain and wind could cause landslides in the area where a 7.0 magnitude earthquake hit earlier this week. reuters reports that the airport canceled hundreds of flights. torrential rainstorms are free went in beijing during the summer months. -- are frequent in beijing during the summer months. a big group of kids are starting back to school. >> fall transition. >> the weather is cooperating with that. it feels like autumn out there. as we get into the next couple of days, temperatures will be cooler by tomorrow. here is a look at what is going on over the east bay this
morning. a little more sunshine. you can see the cloud cover is there. it's over the bay and along the coastline this morning. here is the system that will continue to bring us the cooler weather. into monday, temperatures are expected to bottom out with the inland communities struggling to get to 80. the cool down continues but we will see a shift by the end of the week. sunday, minor changes. the minor changes starting this morning. a little more sunshine in areas over the east bay and south bay. for the afternoon, the sea breeze will continue. low to mid-60s expected on the coastline if you go to outside lands, mostly cloudy day. low 70s. inland cities in the 80s. 62 san jose. upper 50s in oakland. the north bay 58 in napa and 55 santa rosa. 60 in palo alto.
59 in san mateo. 59 for belmont. 56 menlo park. afternoon highs, not a lot of change from yesterday. low 60s simpson beach. 85 expected for santa rosa. 88 brentwood. south bay locations, 85 gilroy. 78 for san jose. low 70s expected for santa cruz. low 60s for half moon bay. downtown san francisco, 66 the high for today. a lot of 70s for the peninsula. 77 palo alto and redwood city. extended forecast, temperatures cool. there is back-to-work monday. low 60s at the coast. upper 70s inland. then temperatures rebound in a fairly big way. upper 80s tuesday. >> for those off tuesday --
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facebook launched a new photo sharing app in china. it launched earlier this year, called colorful balloons. it does not carry facebook's name. it's an effort to make inroads in the world's most populous country. china's ruling communist party controls internet traffic across the border and tries to keep the public from seeing thousands of web sites including facebook. people in britain can get hiv tests from a vending machine. the results are ready within 15 minutes. the goal is to make it easier for people to check their hiv status. >> less embarrassing than going to a clinic.
like all of that stigma still. so, it's a lot easier and a lot more care free than going to the doctors and stuff. >> the vending machine is available 24 hours a day and the service is free. it was installed in june in an area with high hiv rates. the company that makes the machines plan to roll out 10 more in the coming months. as tensions rise in the united states and north korea some are repairing for armageddon. in detroit, army supply stores have seen a spike in business. andrea southern from joe's army- navy says customers cleared out the stock of potassium iodine, a radiation antidote. >> it's a tablet that you take in the event of nuclear radiation. it fills your thyroid with iodine so it doesn't absorb the nuclear radiation. >> there are meals that are ready to eat and gas masks. some metro detroiters say if
you avoid the worst-case scenario, it should serve as a wake-up call. sales of rvs are up about 20%. it may surprise you who is behind the uptick. it's not grandparents or retirees but millennials that are responsible. what is driving young folks to hit the roads? they say the vehicles are affordable about $300 a month and are well equipped with flat screen tvs and wi-fis. and it allows millennials to lead a more flexible schedule. >> no time cards. >> oven, tv --two tvs. >> there are 75 million campers and one third are millennials. >> now, with a 10-year bank loan payments can be under $200 a month. researchers in north carolina state are putting a new twist on craft beers. they are making a beer with
wild yeast from bees and wasps. insects carried the yeast naturally. graduates get to experiment with wild yeast. north carolina state is letting craft breweries see what strange brews they can create. it probably gives it a sweet flavor. let's talk about protests in alameda. coming up, we will talk about the residents taken to the streets to protect renter's rights. >> the deadly white supremist rally in virginia is inspiring counterprotests throughout the bay area. a large demonstration last night in oakland. we have the latest.
the great stevie ray vaughn waking you up on a sunday morning. it's chilly but it will blow away on what should be another nice bay area day. good morning, everyone. good to have you with us. almost 8:30. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm claudine wong. we have rosemary joining us. we have a look at how the day is shaping up. i got to tell you. i know september and october are bad months here. >> if you like it warm and sunny at the coast. >> it feels like it's not coming. >> we will ease into it, claudine like we eased into that song there. sunshine in the east bay. cloud cover on the coast. for those of us in between a
mix of partly to mostly cloudy skies to start the day. temperatures won't be changing a whole lot. this morning we are starting out similar. low 50s to low 60s to start the morning. for the afternoon, low 60s to low 90s depending on where you are. some of us will stay just below the 90 mark for the inland cities. 55 santa rosa. 54 in san francisco. livermore 59. san jose 62. the on shore breeze a steady one. not as strong as yesterday morning. oakland 15. napa 12. a light breeze for most. if you are going to outside lands another cool day expected. 55 at golden gate park with fog and low clouds, patchy drizzle a possibility as well. into the second part of the morning, 59. low 60s for the afternoon. partly to mostly cloudy skies expected. then around 8:00 this evening, still 57 degrees.
a cool one overall at golden gate park. a cool one in pacifica. partly sunny, mostly cloudy skies. 66 the downtown area of san francisco. low 70s to mid-70s for the east bayshore. inland temperatures are warm. not too hot. 87 santa rosa. temperatures will continue to fall as we get into the bay area monday. it won't last. i will have a look at the numbers expected for tomorrow then the warm up coming our way coming up. we are following the latest developments from charlottesville, virginia. a state of emergency is in effect after a white supremist rally that left three people dead. >> more protests are happening around the country and here in the bay area. hundreds marched in downtown oakland. lee martinez joins us. a israeli will start in a couple of hours. leigh, good morning.
>> reporter: good morning. the deadly violence in virginia and displays of hate are inspiring people to hold a counter protest being organized on social media. we thought the first counter protest would be at san jose here at civic center plaza at 10:30 a.m. we are getting reports there may be an earlier counter demonstration in walnut creek this morning. the very first counter demonstration was held last night in the city of oakland where hundreds of people took to the streets. however, there were no acts of vandalism. everyone left before midnight. in oakland thousands marched throughout the streets. at one point fireworks were set off. briefly a mall group blocked interstate 580 west of grand
avenue. the group bay area united against white supremacy laying blame on president trump, comments from the president that didn't go far enough in denouncing the violence and condemning the white nationalists. the president said there was hatred, bigotry on many but didn't call out white supremists. >> like a parent of children that says enough by all of you, that is a good step for this president. >> reporter: now, yesterday in charlottesville the former kkk grand wizard david duke tweeted at president trump, quote, i would recommend you take a good look in the mirror and remember it was white americans that put you in the presidency, not radical leftists. bacaro said he doesn't think we
should dignify anything they say as rational. at the protests in oakland, we heard many protestors talking about an august 27th antimarxist rally that is supposed to be held in berkeley. many are planning on holding counter demonstrations as that time as well. throughout the bay area, there will be several counter demonstrations. the first is planned in the walnut creek area. at 10:30, a counter demonstration in san jose. back to you guys. >> all right. >> busy day. leigh martinez live for us in the south bay. thank you. we know how an attorney plans to defend the teenager driving and live streaming when her car crashed killing her young sister. police say the 18-year-old was driving drunk live streaming on instagram. her defense attorney says a mechanical problem may have
cause thed the dent -- caused the accident. her 14-year-old sister was thrown from the car and died. she is pleading not guilty. some l.a. county sheriff's deputies are buying their own body cameras. many of the deputies say they want to have protection from the video. according to the associated press, l.a. county inspector general says 20% of the 10,000 deputies bought the cameras. the american civil liberties union calls it recipe for disaster and raises transparency and legality issues because the cameras are not sanctioned. the sheriff says the department is putting together a policy for those privately owned cameras. >> the launch of smart train commuter services being held up by a federal review focusing on the high-tech safety system that will be used in the sonoma
marin transit system. it was first installed in a colorado train but there were problems with it. smart officials say the safety system worked well for them but they need federal regulators to sign off on everything. in alameda, advocates gathered on the steps of city hall in support of a recently approved amendment that requires landlords to cite specific reasons for effecting a renter. ktvu's leigh martinez has more. >> reporter: the island of alameda doesn't have many available rental properties. renters fear an eviction would force them to move for away from where they grew up in the bay area. >> i came home the other day and i saw a white envelope on my door. i was too afraid to open the door. i looked at it. there was nothing on the outside. i was shaking with fear.
>> reporter: these renters say eviction is a real fear. they have been battling property owners for rent control and just cause evictions. >> they accuse people of being drug addicts. they slander people to get them out of town. >> reporter: renters won a battle. alameda city council voted to amend the rent stabilization ordinance to adjust cause protections for tenants. landlords need to cite a specific reason to evict a tenant. one local landlord said he is fighting on the renter's side. >> rent control won't affect decent landlords. it allows for reasonable rent increases, maintenance, just cause eviction and evicting bad tenants. so, basically, any landlord who thinks that he or she will be seriously effected by rent control is a jerk. >> reporter: the demonstration was brought on because of a
recent petition circulating around the city asking for a charter amendment. >> it would take the current week, none rent control law -- nonrent control law and freeze it. >> we are going door to door to get people to sign. >> reporter: that petition followed another petition filed in june by a group representing landlords to restore the no cause provision which will put just cause on a november ballot. in alameda, leigh martinez, ktvu, fox 2 news. today friends and family and strangers will gather to support a local woman fighting cancer. >> i wanted to say thank you to everybody that helped me get to my goal and get to arizona so that i can save my life.
>> that is 39-year-old jamie. that is part of a youtube video made by her friends. she has a rare and aggressive cancer. she tried chemo and is look being at alternative therapies. the fundraiser starts at noon until 6:00 at the clock tower in benicia at 1189 washington street. high school in burlingame will be moving to a high-tech came puts in redwood city thanks to oracle. design tech opened in 2014 through a partnership between oracle and the san mateo uni don't know partnership -- union partnership. it will move in january. this advertise an artist rendering of what the new school should look like. oracle is funding it. they will play a role in helping give the students a more real world learning experience. many students in san francisco will start the school
year well prepared thanks to a backpack give away. thousands of elementary, middle and high school students got the free backpacks filled with everything they need to succeed in the classroom. the give away was held yesterday. the event was held in bay view hunter's point. >> we are participating in a lot of giveaways for our youth to get ready for the school year. we have our recruits from the police academy that are participating. they are getting to learn the importance of giving back to the community. >> about 2,000 backpacks were given away at that event. today is the final day of outside lands in san francisco. of course it's a biggy. the who headlines the final show at 7:30. today features groups lorde and k. fly. other big acts include bleachers and young and the
giant. >> disappointing news for fans of a trib called quest after they can -- tribe called quest after they canceled their performance again. tribe was supposed to perform friday. the set was pushed back to saturday for what was described by the band as unforeseen travel issues then they canceled again last night, quote, because of further travel complications. no word on when or if they will reschedule the performance in the bay area. bart is warning riders there are delays up to 40 minutes on the fremont line. the trains are single tracking between the south hayward and fremont stations. that will allow crews to finish trimming trees. the work will wrap up by 11:00 this morning. coming up next, a start up providing an alternative to
good morning. happy sunday. thank goodness for another beautiful day around the bay area. cloud cover on the coast, inside the bay. mostly sunny away from the coastline today. temperatures very enjoyable. i will have a look at what you can expect today and the week ahead coming up. we've been talking about the total solar eclipse. the shadow is next monday, august 21st. everyone in the bay area and the u.s. will see a partial one but you have to be in the path of totality to experience the full effect, the full shadow. >> it will be quite a monday. public campground, hotels and airbnbs are almost fully booked from oregon to south carolina. a start up created new camp sites to private land such as
nature preserves, farms, ranches in the path stretching across the united states. >> joining us this morning via skype is the head of hip camp.com. good morning. >> good morning. >> explain how hip camp works? >> so, it partners with private landowners to unlock access to their land for campers. >> is there a lot of availability for that? >> yes, yes. all over the u.s. specifically in the bay area, actually, we do sell out almost every weekend. this is something that, you know, if you own land in the bay area or know somebody that does, we are always looking for people to host campers. >> is it like airbnb where you pay for this and go in, camp on their site, clean up, move on, that kind of thing? >> a lot of people mention that
but really i think it's different. you are really paying for an experience. it's less of a -- you are paying for the place to stay but it's all about the experience and access to nature and being outside. >> for a long time it could be a experience in different parts. let's talk about the solar eclipse. are their places on the path of totality that you identified and that are still available a week out? >> yes. yeah. we have added over 1,000 new camp sites in the last week. landowners are finding us. they are searching camp on my land and stuff like that. thousands of people all over the country are going to these 13 states and there still are camping options available on hip camp under $100. >> that's what i was going to ask. >> we are in.
>> how about tips for finding these and say we are going to oregon, how do we do it? >> tips would be to definitely book in advance. i am one to, you know, generally wing it when it comes to camping but this time go to hip camp. we have a filter on the web site for searching for the clips. go to the eclipse map, zoom in for options. other tips would be to buy the right glasses. a lot of people are selling knock offs, aftermarket versions that are not safe. then thirdly i would say prepare for traffic. >> are there -- we have been told oregon and idaho are maybe the best places. where are you finding the most availability in terms of camp sites on private land? >> you know, because people are
lifting their land every day, i see it come in as part of my job, working with the landowners, so, it's all along the path there is availability. >> one last question if i could ask? is there protection? is there protection and for the landowner that is worked in. >> hip camp offers an insurance policy especially to a million dollars for landowners. it takes that worry. that is one of the most common questions that we get. >> julie, you will be in newport oregon next week. >> yeah. >> watching away. i presumably on some land? >> yes. actually a friend and we will try to -- i will try to get them on hip camp. >> you are based out of san francisco. what a cool app and cool thing.
all the best. thank you. >> thank you. >> it's eight days away by the way. it's getting close. we have you covered at channel 2. ktvu will have special coverage at 9:00 a week from tomorrow, monday morning, august the 21st. i love that idea. i wouldn't think there was any available space. >> you are all about the experience. when you go on vacation you do all kinds of work and blog and that kind of thing. that would be your cup of tea. >> i think it's different. people have private land and can offer something -- >> if you go to the web site you can find a thing about big sur and creeks and swimming holes and all of that that is up in the hills. tahoe, it's pretty cool. >> he will work at hip camp. >> rosemary, rights the best place to go. >> i may not be hip enough for
this. . we have good weather. cool, mild and warm in store. temperatures from the low 60s at the coast to upper 80s inland. we are starting with the fog. you can see the golden gate bridge is covered in it. patchy drizzle not outside of the question either. a look at what we have for the coming days. today and tomorrow this trough plays a role in the weather pattern bringing us the continued weather we have been seeing. by monday, it will cool down more. the morning clouds clear back to the coast. 60 expected in areas close to pacifica and daly city. upper 80s expected for inland cities, antiyoke, brentwood, pittsburgh. into monday, temperatures continue to fall. not so much for the coast and
around the bay. we have gone as low as we can go. but inland, temperatures will continue. we are looking at upper 70s to low 80s in the forecast for afternoon highs tomorrow. let's talk about today. 59 in livermore. 57 in oakland. 54 in san francisco. mid-50s in santa rosa. 52 to start the morning in san jose. 69 in antioch under mostly sunny skies. danville a nice 59 to start your morning. a look at the east bayshore, hayward, communities stretching toward berkeley and emeryville upper 60s to low 70s. by lunchtime, 68. low 70s the rest of the day. a mild one in store with partly cloudy skies. a great day to be outdoors. extended forecast, there is the afternoon high for the inland cities tomorrow. upper 70s in the forecast. a few low 80s possible. around the bay low 70s.
low 60s at the coast. temperatures soar. tuesday ten degrees warmer. back to the low 90s by wednesday and thursday for inland communities. a roller coaster ride but not drastic. we are not looking at 103. >> looks like a good week. thank you, rosemary. when buying for back to school, don't just get the supplies. >> the latest gadgets and tech tools for students. s for students.
moment. opening possession, cardinals have a long drive. 7-0 arizona. later in the same quarter they strike again. back up scranton scrambles to the right, seven yards out. cards up 14-zip. oakland finally gets a touchdown. 20-10 in a ho-hummer. raiders host the rams next saturday. marshawn lynch say the during the national anthem last night. head coach jack delrio said he talked to lynch about that moment before the game last night. deal rio said he -- delrio voiced his concerns but respects marshawn choice to remain seated. he said it is something he has done for 11 years and calls it nothing new. colin kaepernick field during the national anthem, field, say the, did both last year when he was a member of 49 years.
the former quarterback sparked a national debate for protesting social injustice by refusing to stand. he is an unsigned free agent this morning. some believe his protest is a factor in nfl teams passing on offering him a contract. nationals and giants. there was monsoon in a rain in d.c. bryce harper slipped on first base and wrenched his knee. it's a bone bruise. three hours of rain delay before the first pitch. it started at 10:00. a solo shot. then the harper injury. a simple ground ball. he goes over first and trips on the bag because it's wet. one more time. you see the slip. the knee extended and down he goes. he is out indefinitely with that hi per extended knee but
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not quite a sunday morning. sunny morning. >> it is a sunday morning. >> not sunny. >> it's not a sunny sunday morning. i don't think the rain is falling. it is foggy outside. that's a look at bay bridge heading into san francisco on this gray, gray bay area day. welcome to mornings on 2. thanksfor waking up with us. it is sunday, august 13th. i'm claudine wong. >> i'm frank mallicoat. a nice finish coming up shortly. but first headlines. we have reaction coming out this morning to yesterday's deadly white supreme cyst rally in virginia. >> in about an hour and a half
a rally in san jose. one in mountain view. other protests planned throughout the day. we'll check in a few minutes. let's talk about marshawn lynch. this is a photo that came out after his first game, his first preseason game as a raider when he chose to sit during the national anthem. >> some sports analysts are relating it of course to colin kaepernick. the former niners protest last year. the head coach of the raiders has to say about it, shortly. pushing september. back to school time. it's in full swing as students start new school years here in the bay area. >> yeah, some cool technology to talk about to help your child and your whole family succeed as -- always a new routine heading back to school. let's head over to rosemary. how is this back to school weather treating us? it's hard to get up with the alarm clock.
>> it's hard for the adults too, by the way. >> yes. and it's tough when it's cloudy and cool out there. but at least by the afternoon it feels pretty good. >> got to plan the first day of school outfits. >> yes. dress in layers. san jose, waking up with sunshine. 65 degrees. yesterday we had the cloud cover. also our inland communities, more sunshine to start your morning. livermore at 64. oakland at 59. san francisco as well, 54. santa rosa, 60 degrees. the on shore breeze will stick with us for the next couple of days. not as strong as yesterday morning. fairfield reporting 20. oakland reporting 12 miles per hour. napa reporting 12 as well. the sea breeze will pick up into the afternoon. if you're going to outside lands for today, expect another cool, cloudy day with the on shore breeze in the afternoon. 55 degrees right now. upper 50s expected by 11:00. low 60s 4:00 in the afternoon with partly to mostly cloudy skies expected at golden gate park. 57 expected into the evening
hours. as far as the afternoon highs for today around the region, similar to where we were on saturday. mid80s for santa rosa. upper 80s in antioch. it's going to be warm, not too hot. 7 in if san jose. the jazz festival continues. the summer jazz fest. 66 in san francisco. 77 in redwood city. temperatures cool as we get back to work on monday. some of these inland communities will barely make it to 80 degrees. it's not going to last. we'll show you when 90s will be back in the forecast as well coming up. >> thanks. a state of emergency is in effect in virginia after violent clashes a the a white supremacist rally left three people dead. h.r. mcmaster said yesterday's violence meets the definition of terrorism. a 32-year-old woman was killed and 26 others were hurt when a car plowed into a crowd of counter-protesters. the cell phone video shows the
car crashing into another car and then backing up and barreling through the crowd. police arrested the driver, james alex fields jr. of ohio. the rally was chaotic before the crash with people fighting and police in riot gear trying to break things up. two state troopers were also killed when their helicopter crashed into the woods as they tried to respond. >> i have a message to all the white supremacists and the nazis who came into charlottesville today. our message is plain and simple. go home. you are not wanted in this great commonwealth. shame on you. >> investigators say the man arrested for the crash recently moved to ohio and grew up in kentucky. he's facing charges that include second-degree murder and hit and run. a bond hearing is scheduled for tomorrow. people here in the bay area quickly took to the streets after the violence in charlottesville turned deadly. hundreds of people marched against white supremacy. they marched in solidarity in
downtown oakland. >> more counter-protests are happening today here in the bay area and around the country. leigh martinez is in san jose where another rally is planned. good morning. >> reporter: we have these anti- white supremacy demonstrations happening throughout the bay area. the earliest one happening in walnut creek in the 9:00 hour. and then we have this one here in san jose civic center plaza starting around 10:30. now the very first counterdemonstration we saw came last night in the city of oakland. thousands of people took to the streets there. there were no major skirmishes or vandalism. everyone left around 11:30 last night. in oakland an emergency solidarity rally organized on social media. thousands marched throughout the streets and at one point fireworks were set off.
briefly a small group blocked interstate 580 west. laid blame for the violence in charlottesville on president trump. comments from the president many say didn't go far enough in denouncing the violence and condemning the white nationalists. president trump said there was hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides, but didn't specifically call out white supremacists. ucsf political science professor weighed in. >> i think the president's statement was generic and was nonspecific intentionally because donald trump did not want to alienate the sort of right -- hard right element of his base. and so any president could have given those comments related to any generic incident in the united states. >> reporter: but the former president of california's republican party spoke out in support of the president.
>> like a parent of many children who finally says to them spatting, enough by all of you. that's a good step for this president. >> reporter: there are going to be several counter- demonstrations happening in the bay area today. north bay, south bay, east bay. i do have a list of where some of these protests are going to be held. we do have two in san francisco. one happening this morning in walnut creek. freemont, novado, castro valley, vallejo and another in oakland. the earliest one is happening in the 9:00 hour in walnut creek. then at 10:30 we have another one here in san jose and some of these go on until 7:00 tonight. back to you guys. >> leigh martinez, thanks. there is now a go fund me page for the family of the woman who died after being hit by a car that rammed into a group of people in charlottesville. friends say 32-year-old heather
heyer was there to protest racism and hate. they were hoping to raise $50,000 for her family. after 12 hours donations topped $87,000. friends are not ready to release the details about her family as they are still dealing with the shock of her death. it is 9:08 now. some l.a. county sheriff's deputies are buying their own body cameras. many of the deputies say the video gives them some reainsurance on the job. l.a. county inspector general estimates that 20% of the county's 10,000 deputies have already bought cameras. the american civil liberties union is against the idea calling it a recipe for disaster. say it will raise several issues because the cameras are not sanctioned. sheriff says the department is puppetting together policy for those privately owned cameras. san francisco police are asking for the public's help to find a man suspected of throwing bleach on a woman last month, blinding her. police releasing surveillance photos of the man they're
looking for on friday. photo shows a suspect on a bicycle. the attack happened july 30th outside of a liquor store in the tenderloin. police say there was an argument of some sort outside the store before the man threw the bleach into the woman's eyes and took off on that bike. if you have information, you're asked to give sfpd a call. repairs on highway 37 in the north bay start today. crews will be out starting at 9:00 right now as into the evening to do pavement repairs between stags island. expect lane closures until around 5:00 tomorrow morning right before the commute heats up. the work will happen for the next five nights. if you're heading out this morning and plan to use bart, expect major delays. coming up, we'll tell you which stations are the most effective. tech tools that can make a big back to school difference for you and your kids.
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running a bit cool for this time of year and a cooldown continues into your bay area monday. i'll have a look at the numbers for today and the extended forecast coming up. >> sounds good. it is that back to school time. either the kids are back or they're heading that way and we want to try to make that transition a little easier and you can do that with tech. jennifer joely, founder of techish.com live with us in studio. en hanging out in your desk. >> coolest, newest, most innovative finds i've discovered. this is the edge desk. it is a san francisco bay area- based company. what this desk does, it's a desk and a chair. comes assembled in the box. >> okay. >> lays flat. >> super simple. it lays flat and then you basically unfold it, kind of like a murphy bed or like a folding stroller and you can con figure it in dozens of different configurations. i have it in easel mode. when you're done with it, i use
it as a standing desk as well. when you're done with this desk, you can fold it completely flat and put it away. you can tuck it under a bed. >> it's great for people who don't have a lot of space. if you can fit a big l-shaped desk in your house, great. if you can't, and especially for the kids if they need something to slide away when they don't need if. >> it's the murphy bed of chairs, desks. you have an instant office. >> how much is this? >> this is $399. it's a bay area-based company. you get the desk, get the chair. weighs under 30 pounds. i've carried it all over the country. it's great. >> tell me what we've got here. >> when it comes to saving money, everybody says my kids, my teens need a smartphone and that is kind of our life line to them. but stop paying a fortune for it. stop overpaying. right now until the end of the month you can get a virgin mobile phone, you join their
inner circle. you buy the phone outright. they have special price. the cheapest one is $280. which is a pretty amazing cost to buy an iphone outright. then you pay $1 for a full year of talk, text and wireless web. $1. there's nothing else out there right now that beats that price. >> that's pretty good. it's good. >> absolutely. >> what do we have here? >> skype. we all know skype. we remember the early days. skype gave itself a facelift and launched the free skype mobile app. now i do face time a lot and it's really -- it breaks that down. no matter where i am. >> this is just more reliable. >> it's completely reliable. it has a lot of added features and a lot of our kids, especially in high school have started doing a lot of study groups. chatting with their teachers. >> communication is key.
>> skype for mobile app. drivers, we talk about this a lot. my daughter's 16. she's now driving a car in the bay area, scares me to death. so i'm really into tech tools that can help you help them. so on star, which comes with most chevy, gms, buicks, cadillacs, gmcs. on star has a free on star smart driver program. so parents, you can open an app on your phone and you get a basic report card of how your teens have done. if there's any hard braking. all kinds of things. it's a real teaching moment. >> you need to have a specific type of car to get the on star availability. >> there's about 2 million people who have it right now. it's fairly widespread. most auto manufacturers have some version of this in 2012, 2015 or newer cars. >> it's good to know your kids to know you're watching. >> and it helps you put less
wear and tear on the car as well. >> our last item. i think this is cool. i lose things all the time. >> this is the latest in blue tooth trackers. but this one has something none of the others do. so it's a little guitar pick- sized tracker. you put one on the back of your phone and then you put one on whatever you tend to lose a lot. your keys, and then -- >> is that you? >> this is me. you scan the area for it. you touch the little icon for it. you scan the area and it picks it up in augmented reality. and it puts a little cloud of pixie dust over what you've lost and guides you right into it. >> and the cost of something like that? >> this starts at $29 for one. and it -- there's our pixie dust. >> see if it we can -- >> i don't know if it's going to show. it's right in front of you. >> it's a little bit of pixie dust. >> $29.99. okay. all great stuff. all great stuff.
i'm not prepared for back to school. now i'm a little more prepared. >> if you move over there with our lost keys we can show the pixie dust. there we go. yeah. -- [ overlapping speakers ] -- that is really cool. very nice. we do have nice weather coming our way. take a look at this. we have on the satellite view carved up for you the trough that will impact us today into tomorrow before it moves out of the way and a warmup comes our way. what you can expect for sunday, minor changes. we have more sunshine to start the morning. not as widespread with the cloud cover. it's along the coast and going
to remain. pacifica, half moon bay, ocean beach. going out to golden gate park, expect it to remain cloudy and cool there. temperatures range from about 60 degrees at the coast to upper 80s, near 90 degrees inland. upper 50s in oakland. low 60s freemont. 64 outside your door livermore. how about the peninsula. 61 in belmont. 62 san mateo. afternoon highs for today, temperatures won't change a whole lot from yesterday. hopefully this is enjoyable for you. we have another day coming our way of fairly same weather. 84 for nasa. 85 in santa rosa. upper 60s expected for -- 84 in danville. how about 78 san jose. 72 degrees expected for the santa cruz area. along the peninsula. upper 70s redwood city. downtown san francisco, 66. low 60s expected. pacifica and half moon bay.
you are expected to remain partly to mostly cloudy for today. extended forecast. temperatures will fall as we get into monday. going to feel like fall for inland cities. upper 70s to near 80 degrees for the warmer spots. low 70s around the bay and 60s at the coast. we'll get back to that warmer weather as we get into wednesday, thursday. back into the low 90s. >> just a quick trip to cool us. then we're back. >> kind of cool, pleasant, warm. >> sounds good. a bay area nurse days away from being deported and separated from her three daughters. up next, the long struggle to receive legal status when we come back.
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happening today, vice president mike pence set to meet with the president of colombia this afternoon. it's the start of a week long trip to several south american nations, including argentina and chile. one of the big topics we'll be following is the crisis on going in venezuela. just last week president trump
said a military option is on the table to stop power grabs by that government. protesters in venezuela continue to go head to head with the national guard. yesterday opponents were seen throwing stones at officers who responded by firing rubber pellets and tear gas. according to state officials, more than 100 people have died since april due to political unrest in that country. a bay area nurse and her husband are making an emotional plea. they came to the united states illegally 25 years ago and are now facing deportation this week. i talked to her about the impact on her family. >> i'm sorry. i've been trying to be as strong as i can. ask. >> reporter: 46-year-old maria mendoza sanchez couldn't hold back the tears. her battle lasted 15 years and was denied at every turn. come tuesday the mother of four, her husband and 12-year- old son will board a plane back to their native mexico on a one
way ticket. all three deported. leaving behind three daughters ages 16, 21 and 23 with no chance of returning for the next 10 years. >> fought and fought. i even asked them to please not to come to the airport because -- i'm not even sure how they're going to make it back home. >> reporter: maria and her husband entered the u.s. illegally and worked hard. he is a truck driver. maria put herself through college and is now a cancer care nurse. they own their oakland home and have lived in the united states on valid work permits until this past spring. >> this administration, nay want good people and that's who my family is. >> we have some bad hombres here. >> they don't want bad hombres. they parents have never, ever done anything.
no criminal convictions. none of us either have ever been in trouble with the law. not even in trouble at school. >> reporter: a spokesperson for i.c.e. said over the last 15 years the couple's case went through an exhaustive review. the courts have consistently held that neither of these individuals has a legal basis to remain in the u.s. their oldest daughter is 23 and will be the legal guardian for her two younger sisters. however, she is not a u.s. citizen and if that program is shut down she too could be deported. >> it's really hard to think about. it's a way of dying without being dead. >> frank mallicoat, ktvu fox 2 news. >> as you might imagine, emotional news conference held on thursday. you feel for the family. they're the first to admit we came here illegally. from it day one they tried to
make it legal. they turned themselves in saying we want to make it right, even before they started having children here. they came here with one daughter. they're going to fly out tuesday. they can't come back for 10 years. they're leaving three daughters behind, including a 16-year- old. >> heart breaking for the family. let me add too. diane feinstein was helpful. she did meet with them this week. there's not much she can do. she's introducing a bill that's going to come out in september and she's going to do her darndest to try and bring them back if she can. >> we'll have to continue to follow their story. 9:26 on the clock. the newest north bay transit system is waiting for final approval before it can start normal operations. what we know is the biggest obstacle that will keep it from getting on track with riders. the deadly white supremacist riot in virginia is inspiring counter- demonstrations. we have details coming up. up.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. what you're looking at is a live picture on walnut creek. this is a group that's come together. one of the many counterprotests that's been change scheduled for today. this one scheduled to start in it walnut creek. one in it mountain view. one in san jose. >> a number of bay area cities and cities across the nation.
holding these rallies. after what transpired yesterday. that's rosemary. she's going to tell you how wonderful today is going to be. >> nice start there in walnut creek. sunshine, meanwhile along the coast, around the bay. patchy drizzle a possibility. some areas over the north bay and the south bay and the inner east bay, not as cloudy as we started yesterday morning. a bit more sunshine outside for you. as we take a look at these pictures for you here, the low clouds are back inside the bay and santa rosa, 60 degrees. more sunshine outside your door than what we had yesterday. santa rosa had fog. san francisco, 54. oakland, upper 50s. those folks in the 50s likely to be covered with overcast. 64 in livermore. we have the sunshining as well as san jose. here's a look at the 4 hour temperature change. the sun is shining today as
opposed to yesterday. temperatures are up now. livermore by 2. san jose by 2. santa rosa by 5. the rest of us, similar to where we started yesterday. not a lot of change expected if for today. the on shore breeze will continue. oakland at 10. napa at 12. we go to fairfield to know how far that cool pacific air is being pushed in. continuing with just this very enjoyable, pleasant pattern. if you're going to outside lands, it's going to be cloudy, cool. 55 at golden gate park. for the second part of the day, only going into the low 60s. day planner by 11:00. 59. 61 expected to be about the high on the west edge. 57 at 8:00 in the evening. as we get into the afternoon, around the region the inner east bay, upper 80s for you there. north bay, 80. 71 for oakland. the peninsula, 77 redwood city. temperatures cool further into
your back to work monday. it won't last. back in the soon enough. >> thanks. a state of emergency is in effect in virginia after violent clashes and a car attack at a white supremacist rally that left three people dead. national security advisor h.r. mcmaster called yesterday's attack terrorism. >> more counter-protests are planned in a number of cities. including one in san jose that kicks off in about an hour. leigh martinez has more on that rally. good morning. >> good morning. we're told there's going to be a counter-demonstration in the civic center plaza around 10:30 this morning. this is not the first one. another counter-protest just started in walnut creek. only about 8 people so far. that began early this morning. there's supposed to be about 10 throughout the bay area. the first one that we saw was last night in the city of
oakland. thinks of people took to the streets. there were no skirmishes, no vandalism. the crowd dispersed before midnight. in oakland an emergency solidarity rally organized on social media. thousands marched throughout the streets and at one point fireworks were shot off. briefly a group of about 100 people locked interstate 580. the group bay area united against white supremacy laying the blame on president trump. comments from the president many say didn't go far enough in denouncing the violence and condemning the white nationalists. president trump didn't specifically call out white supreme zips. ucsf political advisor weighed in. >> i think the president's statement was generic.
it was nonspecific intentionally because donald trump did not want to ail yes international airport the sort of hard right element of his base. and so any president could have given that -- those comments related to any generic incident in the united states. >> the former president of california's republican party spoke out in support of the president's comments. >> like a parent of many children who finally says to them spatting, enough by all of you. that's a good step for this president. now there will be demonstrations in at least 10 bay area cities today. starting as early as in the 9:00 hour and going until 7:00 tonight. the list of some of those places. two in san francisco. oakland, one happening right now in walnut creek. freemont. vallejo and mountain view. as we said it earlier, we are in san jose at the civic plaza.
we're told another counter- protest is supposed to happen here at 10:30. >> thanks. a long day ahead. the attorney for the teenager charged with driving drunk and live streaming the crash says a blown tire is to blame. was driving drunk while live streaming on instagram when she veered off the road. the defense attorney says a mechanical problem could be what caused the accident. the tire blew out because of wear and tear. authorities say she swerved then overcorrected and that caused the car to flip. her 14-year-old sister was thrown from the car and died. sanchez is pleading not guilty to drunk driving and vehicular manslaughter. launch of a smart train commuter service is being held up by a federal review. the review is focusing on the high-tech safety system that will be used on that rail transit system. that's according to the marin
independent journal. that system was first installed by colorado train last year, but there have been problems with it. smart officials say the safety system has worked well for them but they need federal regulators to sign off on everything before they can begin scheduled operations and carrying passengers. cal trans will be one of the employers looking for new workers at a job fair that happens later this week. military service members, veterans, military spouses all invited to the hiring our heroes event at at&t park. that'll be on thursday starting at 9:00 that morning. workshops for job seekers and employers will be holding interviews between 11:00 that morning until 2:00 in the afternoon. all veterans, military spouses who register for the event will be given two tickets to thursday night's game with the giants and the phillies. in support of an ordinance protecting tenants from being evicted without a cause. a group met to show their support for an amendment that was approved in may.
it requires landlords to give specific reasons for evicting renters. the rally was organized after landlords circulate the their own petition to remove the amendment. people are worried about losing their homes. >> they accuse people of being drug addicts, prostitutes for no cause evictions. they slander people to get them out of town. >> the rent stabilization ordinance is set to expire in 2019. friends, families and strangers will gather to support a local woman fighting cancer. >> i just wanted to say thank you to everybody who has helped me get to my goal and to help me get to arizona so i could save my life. >> that is 39-year-old jamie and that is just part of the youtube video made by her friends to help her raise money to help pay for medical expenses. she has a rare and aggressive cancer. she is now looking at alternative therapies. there is going to be a
spaghetti feed fundraiser. it will go until 6:00. other news now. a high school will soon be moving to a new high-tech campus in redwood city. it's thanks to oracle. design tech high school opened three years ago. through a partnership between oracle and the san mateo union school district. the school will move to the redwood shores campus in january. this is an artist's rendition of what that new school will look like. oracle says its employees will play a role in it helping to give the students a more real world learning experience. today is the final day of outside lands in san francisco. legendary rock band the two headlines tonight at 7:30. the lineup also features lorde
and k. flay. >> there was one group that didn't play. disappointing news of the fans of a tribe called quest. they were supposed to perform on friday and then they were supposed to perform last night but they canceled again. at this three day festival in if san francisco's golden gate park. the set was pushed back because of apparent travel issues and no word on whether they are going to try to reschedule a performance in the bay area any time soon. passengers on the freemont line should expect delays this morning. maintenance crews cutting back trees that have hung over the tracks between the freemont and south hayward station. trains are single track and along that corridor. causing a good 20 to 40 minute delay. it the work is scheduled to wrap up at 11:00 this morning. we are a little over a week away from that total solar
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at ikea, we believe your perfect student deserves the perfect room for the perfect price. and... who's there? hey. a boy? oh, on the bed? you never told your dad and i about any... wait, what's going on now? move the flag. good morning, bay area. giving you a live look towards san francisco. beginning to see just a little bit of blue. mostly sunny skies away from the coastline for today. temperatures going to be on the mild side. i'll have a look at what you can expect for your sunday fun day and the workweek ahead coming up. 9:42 on the clock. if you can't head to the path of totality on august 21st to
watch the solar eclipse, you are not out of luck. this is a space and science center in the east bay hills. it's a great way to watch the partial eclipse. eclipse chasing is just woven into their history. the space and science center hits high above oakland. it's history rooted in a love of astronomy by those who have for years chased the eclipse. >> the first director back in 1885 was charles. he had been working in an insurance company in oakland. he was an astronomy enthusiast. he was touted as the first in oakland to own a telescope. >> he didn't apparently spend that much time in the backyards. if you think getting to the path of totality is tough these days, try doing it with a horse and wagon. >> he was an eclipse chaser. he planned and mounted expetaluma kicks around the world back in the late 1800s
whether it was a bigger deal than today. they would go by ship and he would spend a couple months going out to places like india or he went to japan to watch one. unfortunately it it was cloudy that time. he had a special telescope and camera and equipment he developed. he developed a technique for photographing a solar eclipse that produced at the time the best solar eclipse photos in the world. >> photos that have since become a bit of legend. >> tell me where we're headed. >> we're heading to the dome for our eight inch telescope. the 1883 vintage telescope that started the observatory. >> this is where a staff astronomer will be during the eclipse. >> where do you want to be during those two minutes? >> i'd like to be up in idaho. >> but you'll be here. >> i'll be here. >> the view from the bay area will only be a partial view. but it will still be a sight to
see. >> we will see about three quarters of the sun's surface covered up by the moon. >> which is still cool. >> it's enough so you will notice a change in the lighting conditions around. it'll look dimmer, crisper. >> this animation of the 2012 partial eclipse gives us a good idea of what to expect. >> that's animation taken from space. the image of the sun you're seeing is an ultraviolet image. all the light you're seeing is not the visible light. you're seeing the moon cross over that and if this were an animation of the total solar eclipse, even as the moon covered up all of the sun's disk you would notice that there is this extended atmosphere around the sunshining ultraviolet light. the partial eclipse we'll be watching will take place over two hours or more. peak of the eclipse when most of the sun is covered up is about 10:15 in the morning. it'll be a gradual thing.
so people will have plenty of opportunity to look through the telescopes. >> observers can watch the eclipse through the eight inch telescope named leah which is over 100 years old. >> we'll rotate the dome so the doors are looking that way. people will be over here. >> or you can also head outside to the deck where there will be a number of ways to watch the eclipse safely. >> come around this side and look down on the paper. you'll see a little image. pretty bland today because there's no sun spots except one on the edge there. this kind of an event where it's an outdoor event. our observatory deck gets filled. we can expand on to the hillside and the parking lot and share filters and projectors and things like that. a tree or a bush that casts a shadow, the spots of light coming through the leaves ordinarily it's a dazzling array. it will become this beautiful cloud of crescent. so nature will also show the
way. >> nature will be putting on a show. while it's a chance to learn, just the experience can be something to remember. >> it's always a lot of fun to share the experience with people as well. >> hope you kept the glasses. >> i do have some glasses. they're hard to find. >> yeah. i guess there's a lot of knockoffs. >> you have to make sure -- >> it's fascinating. hasn't happened in what, 100 years where it's gone coast to coast in the states. >> 1918. it's a little bit confusing to figure out. why is this different? so just to make sure that we kind of are clear. the last total eclipse to cross the united states like this one does, where it goes across, 1918. the last total eclipse to touch any part of the mainland was 1979. enter that was what, five states? >> yes. i think it was five. the last total seen in northern california was 1889. so the bay area has been waiting a while to see a total eclipse here.
>> if you're not heading to oregon, you'll wait a lot longer. >> we'll have full coverage on monday, august 21st to see all of it. the total, partial. our coverage begins at 9:00 in the morning. >> should be a lot of fun. we're about 70% here? >> 70%. you'll see some of it. >> not quite the big show you'll get up in oregon. speaking of outside and all that stuff astro nominal. we need to know our weather. >> shaping up to be a nice day. we will remain mostly cloudy over portions of the north bay. coastline there. as we take a look towards oakland we have cloud cover. we'll remain mostly cloudy for today. another view here. you can e so the clouds beginning to part. san francisco will be partly cloudy. partly to mostly cloudy. expected to be cool as well.
low 60s in the afternoon. the rest of the day, upper 50s through the morning hours. there's the trough. it's going to continue our weather pattern. will remain similar to where we've been. as we get into monday, going to cool it down more. near 60 degrees for some of our cooler spots at the coast. upper 80s expected for inland communities. for your monday, cooler weather expected. along the coast, around the bay. not a lot of change. for our inland cities. could drop off another 5, 10 degrees for some. temperatures outside, 64 degrees. 63 in freemont. upper 50s, low 60s for the east bay shore. 63 sfo. 55 degrees san francisco. if you're going to be along the east bay shore for today, it's going to be mild. by noontime, 68 degrees. freemont for the india festival going on there. continuing. it's going to be nice and pleasant for your afternoon. as we get into the dinner hour
or so, back into the 60s. if you're going to be outdoors, the on shore breeze will be picking up as well. 81 in san rafel. close to the coast we have 63. we could remain partly to mostly cloudy skies over your area. 71 expected for oakland. upper 80s for antioch. brentwood. 84 for morgan hill. santa clara, 77. going to the board walk, low 70s expected for the afternoon high in santa cruz. 66 for downtown san francisco. notice closer to the water, low 60s pacifica and half moon bay. extended forecast. temperatures cooling off into monday. going to feel like fall if it doesn't already to you. nice summer weather. temperatures into the low 90s. by thursday for our inland cities. mid80s around the bay. upper 60s at the coast. >> one day cool down and here we go again. >> then we're back up. >> all in all, very pleasant;
right? >> really nice. >> no complaints. not even from -- >> not even from me is what he was going to say. >> you like it one way. all right. how about some beer. researchers in north carolina state are putting a new twist on craft beer. they are making a beer with wild geese that comes from bees -- wild yeast that comes from bees and wasps. the insects that carry the yeast. it's come a research program. graduates get to experiment. north carolina state is letting craft breweries see what strange brews they can create with all kinds of goodies. including bee yeast. >> very interesting. very interesting. let's talk about marshawn lynch. he's making a statement in his first preseason game as a raider. >> he didn't stand for the national anthem. we've seen it before. up next, we'll hear from it the head coach what he had to say about it all.
preseason game number one for the raiders last night in arizona. it was not easy to watch. only three of their starters on offense even played. it looked like it too. it was a glorified practice. cardinals won 20-10. lynch made some headlines. more on that in a moment. cardinals grind out a long drive. finish with carson palmer to golden. 12-yard score. 7-0 arizona. later in the first. they get more.
backup quarterback will scramble to his right. troy nicholas wide open. 7 yards out. cards go up. finally get a touchdown. he had a good game. 20-10 cards win. raiders host the rams next saturday. the post game news conference, jack del rio didn't wait for questions about one of his big name players. he did talk with marshawn lynch after the game about lynch's decision not to stand for the national anthem. he wanted to make sure the two of them were clear with each other. >> he said this is something i've done for 11 years, it's not a form of anything. me being myself. i said okay. i said understand how i feel, i very strongly believe in standing for the national anthem but i'm going to respect you as a man, you do your thing, okay. we'll do ours. >> didn't know ahead of time if
lynch would -- says he does not consider lynch's actions a distraction for himself or the team. of course you might colin kaepernick kneeling. the former niner quarterback sparking a national debate for protesting social injustice by refusing to stand for the anthem. kaepernick remains an unsigned free agent by the way, this morning. some believe his protest is a big factor in nfl teams passing on him and not offering him a contract. time now is 9:56. time for a last look at our weather on this sunday. >> uh-huh. >> uh-huh. >> how much time? >> more of the same? >> all right. >> i was just told, take as much time as you need. giving you a live look ape cross the east bay. waking up with sunshine. notice there on the left side. you can see the breeze blowing. the bushes in the trees right in there. the on shore breeze is going to hang with us.
you get closer to the water, bay side communities. the coastline. socked in by fog. low clouds this morning. patchy drizzle. it's going to burn away. we'll be mostly sunny away from the coastline. outside lands, expect it to be mostly cloudy and cool there for the entire day. here's a look at your extended forecast. temperatures cooling off as we get back to work on monday. our inland communities will struggle a bit. not even really expected to hit 80 degrees. we'll have a few low 80s out there. you get the point. we do rebound though. temperatures will be back up. low 90s by thursday. we're not done with summer just yet. as you know, we got some of our warmest weather september, sometimes early october. >> one of your good friends is going up highway 80 say up to lake tahoe. >> gorgeous. >> gorgeous. >> 80s today. 70s tomorrow. >> all right. >> can't complain about that. >> tahoe is all good. >> you put in your order early. rosemary takes care of you. thanks for joining us this morning. we'll have all the latest news.
>> chris: i'm chris wallace. a white nationalist rally in virginia turns violent with one counter protest or run down and killed. president trump sends a message to north korea's kim jong-un. the u.s. military is locked and loaded. >> north korea better get their act together or they will be in trouble like a few nations ever have been in trouble in this world. >> chris: we will talk live with one of president trump's top intelligence officials, cia director mike pompeo. to breakdown the situation in north korea. mike pompeo and his first sunday show interview since taking the post. then as tensions ramp up, will the u.s. launch a preemptive attack on north korea? we will discuss the president's military options with one of the
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