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i'm dave clark. let's talk about our thursday morning weather. it is nippy out there. i just went outside. steve paulson will be here in a moment. >> a change that we have been talking about. we can talk to steve now. >> i am here. it is cool out there and it will be very cool tonight and into tomorrow morning. it will be nice today but breezy and temperatures well below normal. if you are heading to levi's stadium, it won't be bad to start but take a jacket. it will cool off rapidly at only 70 degrees and it will drop quick. kathy, the napa valley chick. we are getting lots of 40s come in. you can see why. the cool pool of air is diving southward. it is settling in right now and will continue to do so until the noon hour. by this evening, eject out. it is setting the stage for a nice day. good sunny day. give the system credit. it held together all the way to the san joaquin valley. sometimes they wash out completely the first rain of the season.
it is holding together down to southern california and the southern sierras. fairfield already at 47. temps are dropping pretty quick here. lafayette, upper 40s. concord pavilion, 49. san ramon at 49. it is a cool one and it will be breezy and windy under mostly sunny skies. in the sierra, watch out for thunderstorms and high elevation snow. for us, temperatures hard pressed to get over 70. 60s and low 70s for most. 7:01. how about that, sal? >> i do see that the weather is beautiful in my traffic shots, steve. >> there you go. >> nice and clear. here is the bay bridge toll plaza. traffic will be busy if you're driving on the commute. the bay bridge. you can see the traffic will be a little slow. no major problems on the bridge. interstate 880 is nice and clear driving into and out of oakland. it slows down a little bit in hayward as you drive south.
highway 4 is very slow coming over the hill to concord. 680 at walnut creek. if you see 880, i told you about that slow traffic in hayward. slow out of pleasanton. back to you desk. >> thank you, sal. an army of volunteers, soldiers, rescue workers still searching for survivors in the rubble in mexico. >> ktvu's allie rasmus is live in the news room with the latest on this 7.1 earthquake and its fallout, allie. >> more than 245 people have been killed in the earthquake that happened on tuesday. now the clock is ticking to find and save people who may still be alive, trapped in the rubble of collapsed buildings. survivors have been pulled out of the wreckage so far. that is giving rescue workers renewed hope. some of the most striking images we have seen is when rescue crews put their fists up
in the air. signaling to the crowd that they have found signs of life in the complete silence. there is a hush over the crowd when rescuers do that. one of the most intense rescue efforts was at the site of this elementary school that collapsed in the southern part of the city. three people may be alive, trapped inside. you see them raising their fists in the air, knowing they have found signs of life. we are reporting that a teenage girl who was seen wiggling her fingers to the rescue crews, she was -- she let rescuers know she was still alive. you see crews trying to pass her a bottle of water. more than 40 buildings in mexico city collapsed during the quake. hundreds others severely damaged. thousands of people are living in shelters right now. in the wake of the tragedy, there has been a wake of civic pride as everyday citizens work along the rescue crews creating assembly lines to pass water
and food to rescuers. markets are staying open around the clock to provide food and water as well to rescue workers. other people are helping to do things like haul away debris in buckets and even shopping carts. >> people are helping. we are all gathering at the collection center and managing the best we can. people are showing a lot of solidarity. >> the international community is showing solidarity as well. this crew from salvador is on the ground. there are search and rescue members from japan that deployed yesterday. these are members of i a u.s. disaster team including the l.a. fire department rescue team. they are on the ground in mexico. they are getting help from each other and people around the world. back to you guys. >> thank you, allie. >> many here in the bay area have family and friends in mexico and are worried about
them. the lady of guadalupe held a prayer service for victims and survivors last night. hundreds of people came. they say it helped to be with others who are also worrying about loved ones affected by the earthquake. >> at a time like this, we can only go to god for my consolation and response. we feel powerless. >> i feel anxious and scared. because i haven't heard from my cousins or aunts. so i don't know what is happening to them. >> now, the church is open now. they're going to stay open continuously until saturday. if you need a place to pray or feel a sense of community with other people, worrying about the quake victims, you're invited to come to the church. last night three direct flights from mexico city arrived at sfo, bringing customers that experienced the earthquakes. people who divide their time
between the bay area and mexico city say they were haunted by what they saw. ruined homes, people in shelters on the streets and so many still unaccounted for. >> i feel extremely privileged and blessed and lucky. i'm very sympathetic and feeling sad about all of the people who suffered there now and suffering there now. >> one passenger said the damage is severe in places but virtually nonexistent in others. more than 8 million people live in mexico city alone. our coverage continues on ktvu.com. you will find the latest information as the search for survivors continues. the time is 7:06. in puerto rico, crews there starting what is expected to be a long clean-up after hurricane maria. that storm pounded san juan with 155 miles per hour winds. hundreds of trees ripped out of their roots, thrown on to roads. concrete balconies crushed. a lot of buildings you can't even recognize them. there are also landslides and
flooding across the puerto rico island. people who spent time in puerto rico but now live hearsay there was nothing they can do but watch and imagine what their family and friends were going through. >> what i went through with katrina here and this is the united states, i just can't imagine that small island. >> now, a curfew will be in place for the next few nights. there is no electricity on puerto rico now. they want to prevent looting and other problems that could be aggravated by the darkness. hurricane maria is taking high winds and rough waters to the dominican republic. about 4,000 people in the resort area have been moved to hotels in the capital city. the island has closed most of its ports ahead of the storm. flooding and wind damage are expected. hurricane maria is expected to hit the turks and caicos islands tomorrow. residents are scrambling to get out as the storm approaches.
we see long lines forming at the airport. those staying are stocking up on fuel and food. forecasters say turks and caicos will see worsening conditions as winds start to arrive tonight. the time is now 7:08. republicans in congress are mounting what may be a last- ditch effort to repeal and replace the affordable care act. a lot of it is happening beneath the radar on capitol hill. there are reports that it may be gaining some traction. doug luzader has that story from washington. >> reporter: we may see a vote on this in the senate as early as next week because republicans are rapidly approaching a procedural deadline to get this done without any democratic support. >> easy. that is expensive equipment. >> in the halls of congress, the chase is on for votes. republican leaders are scrambling to get the holdouts that didn't pass back in july. at the end of a sit-down with
the president of egypt, president trump was asked about the odds. >> i think it has a very good chance. obamacare is a disaster. it is failing badly. >> reporter: it would dismantling a portion of obamacare and return resources and decisions to individual states. one of the plan's architects is pushing hard. >> we're at a point where we're going to take the bill up next week. and to my republican colleagues, if you've got a better idea, now is the time to come forth. >> it is aggravating. >> reporter: president obama weighed in on his signature program. and democrats say all of this is happening too quickly. >> people are paying attention to hurricanes and earthquakes and daca and this and that and they may be able to sneak this by. >> reporter: on the other hand, the president says the slow pace of change has been a surprise. >> i thought i would go to the oval office, sit down at my decembering and there would be a health care bill on my desk to be honest. and it hasn't worked out that way. >> reporter: but the reality is a lot of these republican
senators are facing dual pressures. on the one hant, constituents who don't want to give up on an entitlement. on the other hand voters who have been pushing for the repeal of obamacare for years. doug luzader, fox news. our coverage of the earthquake in mexico continues. we will have more on the rescue efforts there and the sacramento firefighter volunteering his time to help crews right now. late they are morning, a special tribute in oakland to the victims of the ghost ship warehouse fire. we will show you what local artists will unveil today. it is crowded in contra costa county. we will give you that wrap-up coming up. well, a little brisk out there this morning. temperatures in the 40s. the last full day of summer is not feeling like summer. it is feeling very fall like. we will see what is in store
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>> the time is 7:13. we're taking you live to mexico through the live pictures of rescuers working in mexico city searching for survivors. there are a number of teams from california in mexico city right now, including firefighters from los angeles as well as sacramento. we have a reporter there in mexico city. we're working to bring her to you. meanwhile the live pictures are certainly telling one story of a very slow and meticulous task. we have been reporting at one site there was a 12-year-old girl who was trapped. she showed rescuers she was alive by wiggling her fingers. the effort is underway to free her. at least 245 people have been killed in the massive 7.1 earthquake that hit 75 miles away from mexico city. here we are about 36 hours after the earthquake hit and
the pain-staking meticulous and desperate task of finding people trapped continues. a live report from mexico city throughout this morning. meanwhile here at home a new exhibit at the oakland museum of california is honoring the victims of the ghost ship warehouse fire. artists are creating an installation for the day of the dead exhibit. it features a ship's mast with cards hanging from it where people can share memories of those who died in the ghost ship warehouse fire back in december. new information about plans for free speech week at uc berkeley beginning sunday. the school's chancellor says five speakers are confirmed for the event. among them, milo yiannopoulos and david horowitz. many other speakers including steve bannon are expected but they're not confirmed. all are set to speak either on
upper or lower plaza. i want to first ex press my deep regrets about the stress this is causing for many members of our campus community and the burden it is placing on people to continue their regular routines in the midst of what may cause a disruption here. she says uc police are committed to safety and security. the time is 7:15. let's help get you out the door. sal castaneda doing that on a thursday morning. >> i want to let you know, there is a crash on the peninsula. if you're in mountain view or palo alto, this will affect you. maybe even sunnyvale. we have a sig alert now. the three left lanes are blocked with an injury crash. traffic is quickly backing up. this will affect the silicon valley commute. we always have slow traffic here. now it will be slower. 237 will also get into the act because of the commute here. it is going to be tough on westbound 237 getting out to
sunnyvale. please give yourself extra time. on the other side of the bay from hayward down to fremont, we have mostly stop and go traffic. 680 through pleasanton south is slow as well. the south bay, you have 85 and 280 getting slow. and 101. so you do have -- you can see it here. northbound 280 through down ton continues to be slow. san mateo bridge heavy out to the peninsula. if you're driving to westbound 24, it has been slow as well. we're getting to the peak of the commute. someone pointed out to me that even the carpool lanes are slow this morning. there was a stalled vehicle on the upper deck. they had to slow traffic down. you can see the toll plaza is very crowded. 7:16. let's go back to the desk. >> sal. >> let's go back to steve. >> we have snow up at king vail and i-80. >> my goodness. >> it is not sticking on the road but on the side. >> is this the beginning of ski season. >> i think so. i'll give you my two cents
here. we have a very cool forecast. this will be the coolest day for a while. we will rebound on the temps. it is still summer technically. meteorological fall started september 1st. it starts officially tomorrow 1:01 in the afternoon. usually this time of year the 49er home game is hot. not this time. 70. a northwest breeze. 15 to 20 miles per hour. that temperature will drop quick tonight. take maybe layers. 79 yesterday in napa. 75 concord. 73 livermore. 76 san jose. today, 72, 71, 71, 71. cooling off. jim ryan says santa cruz is 49 degrees at 30:00 in -- at 6:30 in the morning. that's his observation. 51 boulder creek. 54 santa clara. they dip today 53 briefly. the coolest weather has been to the north and east. clouds to the west won't affect
us. up in the sierra, yes, a winter weather advisory was issued in sacramento. i tweeted them and i said when is the last time that you issued a winter weather advisory before the first day of fall. i haven't heard back from them. it is not that we can't get snow but a winter weather advisory is unusual. it goes until 11:00 p.m. already snow up there. snow up to truckee so far. the amounts will be light. around 6,000, 6500-foot level. and then above 7,000, you could get isolated three to six inch amounts. you can see why. the system is dropping out of the gulf of alaska, pacific northwest. it is rotating and in and won't bottom out until the noon hour. that is setting the stage for a nice day visibility-wise but cool and breezy. this goes all the way down to southern california. light snow at yosemite.
temperatures to the east, 46 blackhawk. 47 lafayette. 48 moraga. 48 he48 el sobrante. it is not very warm as the system carves itself out. 70s or upper 60s. well above average. the only reason that is santa rosa is a north wind. if they didn't have that, i would say cooler than that. gradual warming into the weekend. >> look at the weekend. a 5-year-old boy from modesto suspended for making terroristic threats what he told his teachers and what his parents have to say about it. how much have you spent on air travel? not just tickets. all of the extra airline fees. we will tell you what is behind a recent spike.
>> welcome back to mornings on 2. it is now 7:22. now we're getting a firsthand look at the quake damage in mexico city. >> gigi is live in mexico city where a rescue attempt is happening. gigi. gigi. >> reporter: this is a very crucial moment because -- i hope you can hear me. they have asked for silence because they are trying to detect any sign of life from the person they are searching for. we are in the -- this is a very popular area with tourists and
visitors from the united states. restaurant row. it is here that they are searching for eric garnica. he worked at the laboratory. he was in his office when the quake hit. now, they have managed to make a tunnel to his office where they were able to insert a camera. they believe he is in that general area. they have not heard from him in several hours. now, you may be able to make out a firefighter with a black helmet. that is roberta padillo from the sacramento fire department. he is volunteering on his own time. he created a gofundme account to pay for the ticket here. some of his family was missing. they have since been found. he will be volunteering here. he is a search and rescue
specialist. you can see him up there. the building has already collapsed and in further of further collapse. what you are looking at live is extremely dangerous. inside the rubble, there are rescuers underneath the piles of mangled metal and concrete right now. so this is a life or death situation. not only for the man who is trapped inside, but also for the rescuers. now, you are looking live at all of the volunteers walking -- there has been a huge response coming. and you've got -- we're looking around. there is an ambulance off to the left, waiting on stand by, hoping to be able to transporter i can alive and well to the hospital. everyone of course praying for this. his family is here. okay. they have released it. we can speak a little longer. they are continuing to work on the pile. it hasn't been 48 hours since
the earthquake. the cutoff is 72 hours. that's how long they believe someone could survive being buried alive. you can imagine, this is very tense, very emotional and dangerous. hard to watch knowing that there is somebody buried alive under there. everyone is praying that he is still alive. okay. they're asking for silence again. in mexico, because there are so many rescuers from other countries, including california, china, switzerland, japan that they use the international symbol. they raise their arms in the air and make a fist. that means silence. when they put that fist up, nobody is supposed to talk or move, except a rescuer so they can detect the sign of life. that is the latest from mexico city. this is one of many areas. i believe you may have my
interview with roberto from sacramento. i spoke with him before he went up there. >> i plan to be here for four or five days. we work long hours back in the states as a firefighter. i can work two or three days, 24 hours a day. that's what we do. so this is -- i'm used to this kind of work. this is different. this is home. >> reporter: and i can tell you that roberto was fighting back tears when i spoke with him. he was fighting back tears. of course he has seen his share of disaster and de struck. but this his hometown. you are looking at him live working on the pile. dangerous work. he was fighting back tears. i asked him what brought you here? what made you want to use your vacation time to be here? and he said this is my hometown. and the tears welled up in his eyes. he and said you got the best of me. it was emotional for him.
it was more emotional when he saw the devastation. the earthquake has left a trail of death and devastation. the death toll exceeding 250 people. this is only one rescue site. to the south of the city, there is the school. that is where a little girl is trapped alive. yesterday we were there when they actually made contact with her. it was a very emotional moment. they had a bad rainstorm overnight. that has hampered efforts. these people have not stopped. we have seen thousands and thousands of volunteers come out to try to help the rescuers. they are professional men and women from the army, navy, from the police agencies throughout the country of mexico. of course we have our own brave heroes from the united states out here working. you are working at one of many firefighters and search and rescue people here live giving it all -- giving it their all to save the life of someone
they don't even know. it has been an amazing effort to watch. >> gigi, i imagine people that can't work in the pile are doing what they can to help those who are doing the work. >> reporter: you know, i have seen men and women from all walks of life. we're talking about high school and college students, senior citizens. yesterday there were people wearing motorcycle helmets showing up at the different rescue sites, wearing bicycle helmets to be able to volunteer. the need is so great that the government just can't get to all of the different places where there are collapsed buildings. these volunteers have been on the pile. what you are looking at live, these are professional men and women up there right now. but the area is surrounded with folks like you and me who want to lend a helping hand. the volunteer event has been so overwhelming that they asked volunteers to stop coming and stop bringing food because they
can't handle all of the donations and the food for the other rescuers. now, you are looking live -- and i want to point this out. you are looking at heavy equipment there. the work being done is being done mainly by hand. we have seen bucket brigade. because when you bring in the heavy equipment, it puts the building at risk for further collapse. of course they don't want to see that. most of this work is pain stakingly very meticulous and very slow and done by hand. removing each piece of concrete, any of the rubble all by hand to try to get to the trapped people. and they have very sophisticated equipment. mexico city is actually recognized for their search and rescue teams. they travel the world lecturing for other teams. they are known as the moles or goers because they can get into tight, constricted places. these are professionals. other search and rescue
volunteers like padillo from sacramento are also here lending a hand. >> is life carrying on as normal? are stores back open, are kids back in school or is the entire city at a stand still? >> well, today, some schools will reopen. it depends what part of town you're in. this is a popular area. i'm sure people in your audience if they have travel today mexico city, they probably came to these areas. popular with tourists. lots of good restaurants here, night life. this is one of the most affected areas. this kind of earthquake kind of hopped, skipped and jumped. one building collapsed in one part of town and then in another part of town, it was hard hit. so this entire zone is completely paralyzed. you can't get through. we walked almost a mile to get
to this rescue area on foot because the streets are closed to everybody except for rescue trucks. it just depends what part of town you're in. this pa effort is a ghost town. it is evacuated. there is no electricity or power. i can actually wearing a hard hat. they made me wear one today because a lot of the buildings surrounded are in danger of collapsing. >> are these rescuers working around the clock? are they working 8-hour shifts in how is it working? >> reporter: no eight-hour shifts here for the weary. they are working 12, 16, 20, 24 hours. i have spoken -- and i want to just point out, you're looking live at the guy with the -- the hard hat with a light on it. he is under the rubble. that is only one of them. there are several of them under. you can see him coming out a little bit and talking to the other rescue workers. they have created some kind of a tunnel, a space. it is not really a tunnel.
it is just a space that allows them to get under that rubble. look how dangerous that is right now. just a short while ago before we went on live, one of the leaders of this rescue, one of the supervisors, this is being lead by the army and navy. they wanted the men off of the pile because it was simply too dangerous. they were seeing rubble collapsing. they were fearing that was going to collapse. the men up there begged them of course in spanish begged them to give them ten more minutes and let them stay up there. apparently they secured whatever area they thought was going to collapse and they let them stay up there more than ten minutes. that was an emotional moment when they want today call them off and the guys said no, please. [speaking spanish] ten more minutes please to try to save this man. >> gi gi in mexico city taking us right there with and you your camera. thank you for the update from
mexico city. we will bring you more details later. we were right there. the time is 7:33. we will be checking weather and traffic for you coming up. stay with us. plus, we're counting down to kickoff here at levi's stadium. the 49ers hosting the l.a. rams in prime time. the niners looking for the first win of the season. coming up, we will tell you how busy it is around the stadium and how cheap it is to get tickets to the game. ♪
>> the time is 7:36. very busy thursday morning. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and i'm dave clark. steve paulson knows the forecast but he is also watching his private plane about to take off. >> they washed it for me, dave. >> yep. >> are we going to san jose? maybe we are. we are focusing on san jose. i think that is hawaiian air. are you sure about that. >> it goes without us. >> i know. the nerve. all right. it will be a nice day. it will not be hot. it will not be hot. 70 is the forecast high. that temp is going to drop quick. usually it's like it's going to be 95, i'm going to bake. not tonight. dare i say it might be on the cool side. system has moved through. it is holding together in the
central nevada and the san joaquin valley. gold star. i'm impressed. good snow activity has begun. not bad but made it down to 6,000 feet. the winter advisory is out until 11:00 tonight. not too bad. this cold air continues to drop in from the north. this will be the coolest day by far for a while. you know we will start warming up. but not that holt. take a look at that. even if you're traveling down to l.a., you might encounter precip. there. 40s and 50s on the temps. the coolest that we have seen in a while. temperatures well below average as you might imagine. under mostly sunny skies. 60s and 70s. some locations down by 10 degrees. sal, 7:37. >> and we do have slow traffic. a couple of incidents, steve, have made it very slow on northbound 101 in mountain view, getting up to menlo park and redwood city. an accident that was blocking three lanes, they have managed to open up a few more.
the sig alert is issued. slow in the south bay. we also have to go to the east bay because we have a crash southbound 680 now. i want to mention it. southbound 680 as you approach laverner road. traffic will be slow heading south. i believe we have a look at all of the slow traffic here. look at this getting out of walnut creek and heading south into danville. not recommending it right now because of all of this. in fact the crash is reported closer to stone valley road. that is a long way for you to be stuck in traffic. it will also make for slow traffic coming out of the concord area. bay bridge backed up all the way out to the maze. slower than normal because of an earlier stalled bus. they moved it to the shoulder but it is still very slow. 7:38. let's go back to the desk. football fans from beyond the area and beyond will go to levi's stadium today for a thursday night matchup against
the l.a. rams. >> talk about how busy the area may be leading up to the game, alex. >> reporter: good morning to both you. you can expect a slow commute all around the south bay, especially here around levi's stadium. we have kickoff at 5:25. we will kick this thing off in the heart of rush hour. as you can imagine, you will have football fans converging on the stadium much earlier than that to do tailgating here. the parking lots will be packed. a lot of roads in the area will be shut down as well ahead of the game. the 49ers hosting the l.a. rams here in prime time. and the niners still looking for the first win of the season. it is early, right. they dropped the first two games of the year so far. unfortunately they have lost eight straight regular season games here at home. but they have played very well against the rams. they have won the last three matchups with the rams. this is also a homecoming of
sorts for rams quarterback jared goth who was a star at cal and went to high school in novato before being taken as the number one overall pick in the nfl draft. the niners coming into tonight's game after getting just three days of rest. a short turn around after their loss on sunday. still faithful fans are hopeful about this season. >> everybody has to buy into the program, buy into the coaching staff and do what they have to do. realistically we know it won't be that good of a year but we will still support them. we're faithful. >> reporter: if you want to be on hand for tonight's matchup getting into levi's stadium, well, it is pretty cheap actually. we found tickets on stub hub for tonight's game in the upper deck going for $18 each. of course that is the silver lining when your team is sort of struggling out of the gate. a little more affordable to come down to the game. so tickets still are available online. and it was to bring you back
out here to a live picture. the parking lots around levi's stadium will be opening just before 2:00 this afternoon so that, dave and gasia, you can come down here and do all of your tailgating and barbecuing. bare in mind that the traffic will be heavy starting early in the afternoon as they close down some of the streets in the area and fans start to arrive for the 5:25 kimoff here at levi's stadium. >> it looks like a nice day there in santa clara weather- wise. >> reporter: a brisk start to the morning as steve has alluded to. sort of fall in the air. now that the sun is coming up, we are warming up quite nicely. i heard steve mention it a couple of time and it bares repeating. by the time you're in the midst of the game tonight, the sun will be going down. if you're in the upper decks, it could get chilly. i would bring along a sweater or light jacket.
>> all right. alex savidge. thank you. >> viewership for the first game of the season was down 12%. do you plan on watching the game between the 49ers and the rams? yes or no? let us know by voting on twitter and leave us comments on facebook. all right. the time is 7:42. forget about the price of airfare. wait until you hear how much we're paying for the extra fees like checked bags. >> i hate those extras. i know. >> tesla is continuing the quest for self-driving cars. pam cook is back with this morning's money business. >> tesla is working with amd to create the intelligence chip for self-driving cars. the stock up on that news. rinaing the opening bell another ipo. an online travel booking company out of south america. celebrating that ipo. and taking a look at the markets. leading economic indicators coming in this morning higher than expected for august. good news on the economy. but the numbers across the board are down a bit this
morning. not a lot. they have all hit record highs in the past couple of weeks. the dow, the nasdaq and. and p500. we are learning that information obtained in a hack on the security and exchange commission last year appears to have been used for illegal stock trading. the sec says although the hack was detected when it happened last year, it did not learn of the possibility of insider training until august. the sec says the software that allowed the hack was mildly patched but not before the hackers gained access to nonpublic information. well, air travelers continue to spend a lot of money on fees. travelers spent just about $7 billion on airline fees last year. that is according to a report by the government accountability office. it focuses on fees for checked bags and changes or cancellations. those two fees alone increased by nearly a billion dollars from 2010. the jump is being blamed on an increase in the number of air travelers and some airlines
increasing fees for things like overweight bags and second checked bags. for me, i look at the airline that's do not charge you for a bag, southwest being one of them. traveling with two teenage daughters we are putting it up on the scale hoping it is not more than # 0 pounds. then you have to pay even more. 7billion dollars. >> right. >> there are airline that's charge for, oh, you want a window seat, an aisle seat. the two of you want to sit together. >> right. >> you're doing a lot of math. >> yeah. and you feel like when we advertise -- when they advertise the cheap faress and you tack on the fees, it is quite a bit higher. >> you could have gone with the traditional carrier. >> right. >> thank you, pam. >> ready to ship out. the local crew getting ready to help victims of hurricane maria right after they got back from doing the same thing for victims of hurricane irma.
>> the time is 7:47. let's check with sal and get you to where you need to go. sal, how does it look out there. >> it looks okay. a little something that i have been working on the last few days. bay area commutes are getting longer. that is no surprise. according to the transportation commission, commute times are 9% longer than last. one reason may be more people are commuting longer distances. super commuters. i talk about them in the early morning hours. driving from places like stockton, vacaville to their jobs in san francisco, san jose
or oakland. >> we weren't interested in playing the real estate game in the bay area of multiple offers, buying a house you can barely afford, something that is a tear-down that you would never want to live in but that's your only option. we decided we wanted a beautiful house in a great school district and a little bit of extra time on the road was worth that financial upside to us. >> now we're going to hear more from her in the 9:00 hour when we run the full report. according to the planning and research association, despite the mass transit options, most people still drive to work, which makes commutes from far away suburbs even longer. as we transition to some of the current traffic pictures and some of my twitter accounts, it bares out that people have noticed how slow traffic is, especially since the end of august and september. bay bridge, we had an earlier stalled bus. that made it 10 to 15 minutes longer coming on to the bridge.
280 in san jose is finally looking a little better. it will be slow on all of the south bay commutes. and we're looking at the san mateo bridge. so north, south, middle of the bay all getting pretty slow this morning. i do want to mention that we still have the crash on southbound 680 and also on northbound 101. northbound 101 is really slow coming up through mountain view. southbound 680 at stone valley road, there's a crash. we will talk about that a little more next time. let's bring in steve with today's forecast. >> all right. thank you, sal. it is a cool forecast. certainly for this last full day of summer. fall starts tomorrow. it feels like it already today. the clouds have cleared out. there is a breeze. it is a cold 42 at sunrise. autumn is in the area at lake burressa. good morning, steve. currently 55, clear skies.
daly city picked up .07 on the precip yesterday. they were right there in there with pacifica. snow falling at yosemite. some up on interstate 80. a winter weather advisory out until 8:00 p.m. for a couple of inches of snow. you get above 7,000, a few isolated of three to six. coldest area is yet to arrive. it will show up around the noon hour. we're not expecting any shower activity but expecting a very cool day. already temperatures are off 15 degrees compared to yesterday at this time. look for a beautiful day, just not very warm with 60s and also 70s. am i doing the five-day or 7- day? i think i am. i think i am. i can't remember, dave. am i doing that. >> well, let's see. pick one. >> all right. >> one more. one more. >> tomorrow morning will be very cold and then nice going into the weekend. >> all right. we can handle that. >> you got it. >> thanks, steve.
the time is 7:50. a deadly police shooting to tell you about in oklahoma city. coming up at 8:00, were neighbors are defending a man who was shot and killed by police saying there is a reason that he did not obey police orders. plus, should amazon build its second quarters here in the bay area? another city is saying yeah, we want it. up next, we will tell you which city is competing with other major cities. ah, dinner.
>> welcome back to mornings on 2. it is 7:54. another bay area community wants to be the home of amazon second head quart hes. vallejo. they want to convince amazon that they deserve to be picked. they expect to invest $5 billion and create as many as 50,000 high-paying jobs. they are looking for a location no more than 30 miles from a population center. it has to be near major highways, mass transit, and an airport. vallejo says it has room on the island for amazon office space. they also -- boasts the most ethnically diverse city in america and the hottest residential real estate market right now. vallejo has stiff competition from san jose, concord, denver and chicago. facebook is moving into san francisco. signing a lease for office space in a new highrise there. the business times says facebook will lease all 436,000
square feet of offices at the new 181 fremont building next to the sales force tower. members are expected to occupy the space. it can reportedly hold 2,000 to 3,000 workers. the tower will be finished by the end of the year. a family in modesto is pushing back after their 5-year- old son was suspended for making terroristic threats. >> reporter: in just his three week of school, jackson riley headed into class at great valley academy in modesto and didn't take off his backpack when his teacher asked him to. >> he said i can't take it back there's a bomb in there. he looked in there and there was no bomb. >> reporter: his parents were called to pick him up and the school suspect pended jackson for one day. the letter explaining the decision says that jackson intentionally engaged in
harassment, threats or intimidation but says this applies to a student in any of the grades 4 to 12. >> further more we don't feel our son was threatening you. he has an imagination. >> reporter: the administration agreed the rule didn't fit but the suspension stuck. instead the administration second a second letter claiming that little jackson was making terroristic threats. the school did not respond to our request. the school has otherwise been good for their kids. they worry that the suspension will have a lingering impact. >> it is easy to label a kid. >> reporter: they hope that the school will reconsider. >> we don't want terroristic threats on his permanent record. the kid is five. ahead we will talk about an island in the dark. coming up at 8:00, how rescue teams in puerto rico trying to get to the victims of hurricane
maria. power on the entire island was knocked out. the latest from mexico city as the search and rescue efforts are underway there after tuesday's 7.1 magnitude earthquake. it is still a mess on 680. if you're driving from walnut creek to danville or san ramon, this commute not very appetizing here. look at this. we will tell you more about what is happening and when it is expected to get better. well, this will be the coolest day for a while. temperatures in the 60s and low 70s. a good breeze there. we will see what is in store for the weekend. ♪
>> rescue efforts continue this morning after mexico's devastating earthquake. how locals and people from around the world, including her in california are contributing to the rescue efforts. hurricane maria leaves puerto rico powerless for possibly months. where the storm is headed next. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. welcome back to mornings on 2. it is thursday, september 21st. i'm mike mibach. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. let's help get you out the door. bring the jacket and the sweater. if you have a little one, put his or her name in it. >> i do that. >> good morning, steve. >> thank you, gasia and mike. usually september it's like oh, man it will be hot up there sitting in levi's stadium. not tonight. it won't be. 70 with acolyte breeze in fact. alex savidge out there says it is cool this morning. it will be pretty nice. it will drop off quick there. temperatures will cool off from napa, concord, livermore and san jose.
that's pretty cool for us this time of year. and there has been some snow up in the sierra. there is a winter weather advisory out. it starts right now. 8:00 and goes until 11:00. possibility of three to six inches of snow above 8,000. the coldest air is swinging in between now and the noon hour. it is setting the stage for a chilly day here. temperatures off 10 compared to yesterday. santa rosa down ten. two to six for us. about it will be cooler today with a good breeze. 60s and 70s. 8:01. is there something that you need to get to right away? did i hear that. >> yeah. the south bay commute, menlo park, we had a crash that blocked three lanes for a long time on northbound 101. we can go to the maps to show you. northbound 101.
the crash is gone but the damage is done here on northbound 101. it is backed up all the way from southern san jose. very few break. some people hearing of this have been on 280 and 85. it has all been slow. when something happens on one freeway, the other freeways take a little bit of the slack. and it becomes a region-wide program. again, all of the lanes have reopened on 101 in mountain view. talk about 680 southbound now. there was a crash southbound 680 between stone valley and el cerro. it is a mess. look at this. this is what you will be dealing with. normally we don't see this. but traffic is slow on 680. this is a look at westbound bay bridge. that is going to be slow as well because of earlier issues. 8:02. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. mexico city has been the site of dramatic rescues this morning. crews continue to search for survivors trapped in the rubble of collapsed buildings.
>> we brought that to you live in the last half hour here. allie rasmus is in the news room with the latest on how mexicans are helping each other and the international community steps up as well. >> 245 people have been confirmed killed in the earthquake on tuesday. others are still missing. survivors though have been pulled out of the rubble of collapsed buildings so far. that is giving people a lot of renewed hope. more than 40 hours later, the clock is ticking to find people who may still be trapped. when rescue crews put their fists up in the air, it is a signal that they have found life in the rubble and they need silence to hear where it is coming from. you can hear a hush over the crowd. one of most intense efforts is at an elementary school that collapsed. body equipment found three people still alive, trapped in the rubble, including a teenage girl who was seen wiggling her fingers. you see crews trying to pass her a bottle of water.
at least 25 other people died in the building, most of them children. more than 40 buildings in mexico city alone collapsed during the quake. hundreds of others were severely damaged. there has been a surge of civic pride and solidarity among mexicans as many work alongside the rescue crews. people are passing food and water to crews as they continue their around the clock search for survivors. >> people helping each a in a situation like this, you have to help each other. there is no other choice. >> reporter: rescue crews from el salvador are already on the town. a rescue team from japan deployed yesterday and a disaster assistance team from the u.s. including the l.a. urban search and rescue team. many specialists along with k-9
search dogs and their handlers. >> whenever we deploy to these states, countries or wherever we're going to help out, we have the equipment that we need to perform our jobs there. >> reporter: the crew from l.a. is bringing with them about 55,000 pounds of prepackaged search and rescue tools as well as medical equipment. crew members say the idea is to be ready to face anything. mike and gasia. >> thank you, allie. it is believed the earthquake left thousands of mexicans homeless. many have gone to 2,000 shelters set up. many people in the shelters say they don't know if their homes are still standing or if they could be safe to live in once again. a lot of people in the bay area have family and friends in the area and are concerned about them. the church of guadalupe held a service for those affected by tuesday's quake. >> at a time like this, we can
only go to god for any consolation and response. we feel powerless. >> i'm feeling anxious and scared because i haven't heard from my cousins or aunts. so i don't know what is happening to them. >> the church will keep its doors open continuously until saturday. anyone who needs a place to pray or feel that sense of community with others worried about quake victims is invited to the church. three direct flights from mexico city arrived at sfo, bringing passengers who experienced the earthquake. people are haunted by what they saw. ruined homes, people in shelters or on the street. and then all of those still unaccounted for. >> you know, i feel actually extremely privileged and blessed and lucky. i'm very sympathetic and feeling sad about all of the people who, you know, suffered there now and are suffering there now. >> one passenger said the damage is severe in some places
but virtually nonexistent in others. more than 8 million people live in mexico city alone. our coverage of the mexico earthquake continues at ktvu.com. we will bring you more live reports out of mexico city throughout the day. in puerto rico, hurricane maria blew across the island. the whole island has lost power. it could be weeks or months before it is restored. they're now scattered like toys across highways. heavy rains have triggered landslides and floods. hurricane maria's 155 miles per hour winds make this the strongest storm to hit the island in more than 80 years. people living on the island are being reminded there is a dusk to dawn curfew for their safety and to prevent looting. hurricane maria is now bringing high winds and rough waters to the dominican republic. about 4,000 people in the
resort area have been moved to hotels in the capital city. and the island has closed most of its ports ahead of the storm. flooding and wind damage are expected. hurricane maria is expected to hit the turks and caicos island tomorrow. residents are scrambling to get out as the storm approaches. those staying are stocking up on fuel and food. forecasters say turks and caicos will see worsening conditions as winds start to arrive tonight. >> i'm taking all necessary precautions. i actually live back on the island but i went down to my house to make sure that everything was okay down there. i filled up my tank at the gas station. after here i'm going to stock up on food. and i'll be good from there. >> maria is the second major storm to hit the caribbean this month alone. it is hitting many of the same islands in the path of hurricane irma.
officials at the base say crews will be sent to puerto rico or the u.s. virgin islands. one group is assessing the air fields and see if the larger airplanes would be able to land there. crews from travis went to help following hurricane irma as well. police released a new video in the search for a killer after a beloved oakland teacher was shot this summer. republicans may have one last chance to repeal and replace obamacare. where does it all stand? i'm doug luzader in washington. we will have answers just ahead. good morning. right now traffic is still very slow, especially in the east bay. we will run down where the trouble spots are. well, lots of sunshine out there. it is just not going to be that warm. it will be nice, cool and breezy. temperatures well below average for this time of year.
>> the time is 8:12. republicans are mounting what may be a last-ditch effort to repeal and replace the affordable care act. >> much of this has been happening beaning the radar on capitol hill but may be gaining traction. doug luzader has the latest from washington. >> reporter: we may see a vote on this as early as next week. they are trying to get it done
without any democratic support. >> gentlemen, easy. that's expensive equipment. >> reporter: in the halls of congress, the chase is on for votes. republican leaders are scrambling to winner the same gop holdouts who scuddled health care reform back in july, facing a deadline of september 30th to get a deal done with only 50 votes. at the end of a sit-down with the president of egypt, president trump was asked about the odds. >> i think it has a very good chance. obamacare is a disaster. failing badly. >> reporter: it would dismantling a portion of obamacare and return resources and decisions to individual states. one of the plan's architects is pushing hard. >> we're at the point that we will take the bill up next week. to my republican colleagues, if you have a better idea, now is the time to come forward. >> it is aggravating and frustrate snooze president obama weighed in on the signature program and democrats say all of this is happening too quickly. >> people are paying attention
to hurricanes and daca and earthquakes and they may be able to sneak this by. >> reporter: the president says the slow pace of change has been a surprise. >> i thought when i won, i would go to the oval office, sit down at my desk and there would be a health care bill on my desk, to be honest. and it hasn't worked out that way. >> reporter: but the reality is a lot of these republican senators are facing dual pressures. on the one hand, constituents who don't want to give up on an entitlement. on the other hand voters who have been pushing for the repeal of obamacare for years. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. a follow-up to the story about a man who stopped an attempted robbery at a starbucks back in july. craig jerry was called a hero now he is facing a lawsuit by the suspect in the case. he hit the suspect with a chair and took away the large knife that flores had and used it against him when he kept fighting. flores' mother claims that jerry didn't need to be so
aggressive. the police chief and attorney says the pending lawsuit has no merit. >> an attorney who wants to represent a young robber who is going to be convicted to robbery, that will not be sold well to the jury. >> the guy in my opinion went from a good samaritan to a vigilante. it doesn't take that many stab wounds to get somebody to succumb to you. he has 17 total stab wounds, lacerations and defensive wounds. >> flores is charged with robbery and assault with a deadly weapon. the time is 8:15. let's help you get you to where you need to go. sal castaneda, a typical thursday, would you say? >> i would say yes. >> okay. >> there is slow traffic. there have been a couple of glitches unfortunately. one of them is on the peninsula. we had a big glitch on northbound 101. i want to start there again. we had a sig alert there. it has been lifted. with all that is going on today, as you guys know, there is a 49ers game.
it's been a pretty busy commute on 37, 101 getting to this area because there was a crash here. that crash is gone. but -- so this morning, you will have very slow traffic. this evening, when the niners kick off, it will be slow going the other way. so you might want -- if you have one of those jobs where you can decide to work from home today, today might be the day honestly. this is a look at 880 southbound. 680 southbound slow because of an accident getting into the walnut creek area. the bay bridge is backed up longer than normal because of an earlier crash on the bridge or stalled vehicle. and 280 in san jose is still slow. we're kind of in the thick of it right now. at 8:16, let's bring in steve. >> thank you, sal. well, well, well, last full day of summer. fall starts tomorrow. we had sierra snow. a little bit. first snow for yosemite this morning. nice dusting there. a couple people have written, do you think climate change?
this is rare. it knows up in the sierra. tahoe city going back to 1903, one inch or more of snow in september has happened eight times. this could be the ninth today. so it does happen. it is not every september. but occasionally you get some. and there was some down around 6,000 feet. around king vail and castle peak, there is a winter weather advisory that has been posted. it started at 8:00. again, some of that is cold rain or some snow there. there's enough instability that the weather service says we will keep the weather advisory going. i tweeted them very early this morning and i said, when was the last time that you issued a winter weather advisory before the first day of fall? i haven't heard back. maybe they're researching it. i would think this is pretty rare to get a winter weather advisory 8:00 until 11:00 p.m. tonight. possibility of three to six inches above the 8,000-foot level. back home, our good friend george mccray says 51 this
morning. picked up .02 for the season. there were much higher amounts up in the mountains. if you are heading to the 49ers game at levi's stadium, it can be down right hot but that won't be the case tonight. it will be very cool by the second half. the system is still holding together. snow into nevada and made it down to the central sierra and even the san joaquin valley. we are getting the cool air behind it dropping in from the gulf of alaska and the pacific northwest. for us it looks like dry air coming in. the water temps as advertised are going down. 56 at san francisco buoy. that makes a big difference. almost everybody is two to at least eight degrees cooler. this will be the coolest day for a while. yes, we will start to warm up
by the weekend. not that bad. 60, 70s on the temps. in fact some temperatures should be closer to upper 70s to 80s. that's not the case today. we will have a very brisk morning friday. but then sunshine and warmer temps take us into the weekend. >> you talk about the snow in the sierra. have you seen what is going up in oregon? they're skipping fall and going right into winter. snowstorm hit mt. hood. many areas see it as a positive oman. >> it puts the fires down. major fires in oregon and northern california. this will take care of that. >> thank you, steve. 8:19. a wild chase ends in the bay area. details on how a chp officer was hurt from a chase that went to hollister to hayward.
>> the time is 8:22. people who knew an oklahoma city man who what's shot and killed by police say he was deaf and mentally disabled. sanchez approached the police carrying a metal pipe. he did not obey orders to put it down. one officer fired a taser and another shot him with a gun. he died at the scene. police say they didn't hear witnesses yelling at them that he was deaf. artists are creating an installation for the museum's annual day of the dead exhibit.
it features a ship's mast with cards hanging from it where people can write messages or memories of those who died in the fire in december. now to new information about plans for a free speech week at uc berkeley. the chancellor said five speakers are confirmed for the right wing event. among them is milo yiannopoulos and david horowitz. many others are expected but not confirmed, like steve bannon. in a statement uc berkeley chancellor said i want to express my deep regret about the stress this is causing for many of the campus community and the burden it is placing on people to continue their regular routine. uc police are commit today safety and security. san francisco and oakland are suing some of the largest five oil and gas companies.
now, the lawsuit targets chevron, exxonmobil, conoco phillips and shell. and accuses all of the companies of warnings that fossil fuels would cause catastrophic global warming. the lawsuit says the companies have created a public nuisance. >> for decades they were aware of the risks that their products posed to the planet but continued the massive production of fossil fuels. >> at least two other california counties and one city have filed similar lawsuits. chevron says the lawsuits don't address climate change. the other oil companies have not commented. a deadly 7.1 magnitude earthquake in mexico is raising concern about safety of homes and buildings in the bay area. last friday was the deadline for buildings in san francisco to submit their plans to bring their buildings up to code. there are still hundreds of owners of multi-family apartment buildings who have
failed to reinforce the lower soft stories of their properties. >> it seems today we have 472. >> letter wills be placed on the front of the buildings that have not been retrofitting warning tent ants that the building is not earthquake safe. after that the city attorney can sue to have the building red tagged and put a lien on the property. the ultimate penalty is to demolish the building. a california judge says the state attorney general's description to repeal a new gas tax is misleading. the sacramento superior court judge says that the ballot title focuses on road funding instead of saying it would repeal gas taxes and other fees. back in april lawmakers voted to increase gas taxes starting november 1st to raise $5 billion a year for road repairs. the judge considers this case
on friday. the oakland a's have announced the front office has signed a lease in jack london square. the team hopes to build on land near laney college. it houses the headquarters for the college district currently. they will move in in january. a warning in an east bay city. where police are on the lookout for someone looking into windows. >> reporter: and we're gearing up for kickoff here in the south bay at levi's stadium. the 49ers taking on the l.a. rams for a thursday night football matchup. we will tell you how the niners are looking for the first win of the season and how fans are feeling about this game and how cheap it is to get into the game. it is still pretty slow out there for the morning commute. as you look at the bay bridge approach. we will tell you more about this and other commutes straight ahead. clear skies.
>> welcome back to mornings on 2. happy birthday to my mom this september 21st. >> happy birthday. >> absolutely. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning. i'm mike mibach. winter weather warning. something that you don't always say, steve, on the final day of summer. you have been saying it. >> i tweeted and asked when did this last happen. i'm still waiting to hear back. happy birthday, mom. >> thank you. >> nice cool day for mom today. temperatures well below average. mike is correct. although snow never happens in
the summer. does it. our observer thomas smith says my yearssa yosemite ranger it snowed several times. so it does happen. all right. there it goes. that was the system. still together. the front, i'm impressed by that. there has been light snow. not sticking on the highways but on the side of the road. as mike touched on, the winter weather advisory started at 8:00 and goes to 11:00 p.m. two to four inches above the 8,000-foot level. i would not be surprised if a few thunderstorms pop up over the mountains. we are getting the colder, drier air. that is what is settling in for cool readings this morning. tomorrow morning will be really cool, just a heads-up. minus 13 for napa airport compared to yesterday. that is a big drop in 24 hours. good visibility and air quality. 60s and 70s. tonight, it will cool off fast.
8:30. south bay, what do you want to start with, sal? >> we will start with the south by. both for the traffic this morning and also for the expected traffic this evening, steve. mountain view, highway 237, 101, the peninsula, very, very slow. we had an earlier crash. northbound 101. and as we pull back the entire south bay region has been affected by this. look at 237. it is very, very slow all the way back from milpitas. i'm talking much slower than usual. remember, tonight is the 49ers game. that means going the other way this evening will be just as slow. and even getting to this whole area here nearly vie stadium -- near levi's stadium will be very slow. think about that you won't get out in the car and go quickly in the area. we're talking about the east bay commute. a lot of slow traffic here on 880. southbound 680 walnut creek i think i have the wrong camera dialed up there. this is a look at traffic at the bay bridge.
southbound 680 at walnut creek, it is very slow from walnut creek in to san ramon because of an earlier accident in alamo. here it is. thank you very much. southbound. i mean it is just -- this is much worse than normal. so give yourself plenty of time. that's all you can do at this point. 8:32ment back to the december -- 832. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. rescue teams are hearing voices and other noises underneath the debris where a school collapsed on tuesday in mexico city. they know of at least one girl who was alive there overnight. now they're using heat detector that's indicate as many as three people could be alive there. one volunteer at the scene says there are just a few yards away from one child. they have actually passed a bottle of water into the area where her hand was seen last night. a search and rescue team from l.a. county is there in mexico city. so far, 245 people have died in
the quake. self cell phone companies will waive fees for those affected by the earthquake in mexico and the hurricanes in the caribbean so people can get in touch with loved ones. customers can contact family and friends without paying additional fees including roaming charges. most of the companies will waive fees through sunday. san francisco police are hoping new surveillance video will help them find a man who killed a popular high school teacher and bring his family some sense of closure. >> we just want this to be resolved so that the community is, you know, a little more safe than it is right now. >> 31-year-old carlos was shot to death in june outside of a nightclub in the market district. police released surveillance video showing three persons who they call persons of interest.
it was taken approximate moments before the dead encounter -- deadly encounter. >> at the time of the incident, two people started to harass part of the group. he asked them to stop bothering the females and asked them to move along. one of the suspects produced a firearm and shot mr. tateo. >> police and the family hope that someone will recognize the woman and two men in the video and come forward. police in alameda are asking for the public's help to find a man caught on surveillance video looking into windows. it was at homes along santa clara avenue near grand street. he is only described as between 20 and 30 years old with a light complexion with dark hair. a hollister police officer was injured and three women were taken into custody. both the officer and civilian
were both eventually treated and released from the hospital. after refusing to stop for police, the three fee mill suspects drove more than 70 miles from hollister to hayward. these three are suspected of taking several thousand dollars in merchandise from a store. police say they also believe they throughout evidence from previous crimes out of the window during the chase. they face charges of burglary, grand theft and possession of stolen property. the trump administration is facing a lawsuit to halt construction of the president's propose l border wall. the attorney general says the federal government is overstepping its authority by waiving environmental reviews and other laws. it contends that it is trying it expedite the border security. there was a similar lawsuit filed last week with two other groups. >> we want to protect those ordinary americans, those ordinary californians who work very hard from any arbitrary
decisions, including decisions that are arbitrary by the president of the united states. >> u.s. attorney general jeff sessions says he expects to win the legal battle and says the united states' government has the control of that border and the responsibility to secure it. the time is 8:36. you know i like a bargain. >> of course. >> there are many bargains to be had at levi's stadium when the 49ers face the rams. >> alex savidge is live there. it may impact the early morning commute. >> reporter: yeah. the kickoff for the game tonight is 5:25. so it is right smack dab in the middle of rush hour here in the south bay. so bare that in mind. whether you're going to the game or not. there will be a whole lot of fans converging on levi's stadium tonight. expect heavy traffic on the roadways around here and also the freeways. they will be busy. think about this, a lot of the fans will show up in the early
afternoon to start tailgating in some of the parking lots around levi's stadium. the 49ers hosting the l.a. rams in prime time tonight for thursday night football. and the niners still looking for the first win of the season. they have dropped the first two games of the year so far. but the niners have played very well against these rams. they have won the last three matchups with the rams. getting into levi's stadium for tonight's game, gasia talked about a bargain here. it won't cost you very much. we found tickets on stub hub going for 18 bucks each. that is kind of the silver lining when your team is struggling a bit. a lot more affordable to bring the family down to watch a game. despite the slow start though this season, niners fans remain hopeful about how things will turn out. >> got to say faithful win or lose. >> have a group of people go with you. yeah. for sure. make it a big event. tailgate out front. >> reporter: and this thursday night football game will be a
homecoming of sorts for rams quarterback jared goth who grew up in novato and a star at cal before being taken as the number one overall pick in the nfl draft. as far as the niners are concerned, they haven't got much rest. about three days of rest since the loss on sunday to seattle. the faithful fans are hoping they can turn things around here with a win tonight at levi's stadium. you see the flags whipping in the wind up there. if you're sitting in the upper deck, it could be a chilly night. steve has talked about that. if you're coming down here, bring something to put on. it definitely could get a little chilly in the upper deck. but kickoff, again, 5:25. so it's going to put a whole lot of people on the roads here in santa clara and the surrounding area right during the middle of rush hour. something to keep in mind whether you plan to come to the game or not. 18 bucks for a ticket, you can't beat that. >> that's right.
i could bring my mom and my whole family and celebrate her birthday there. >> reporter: everyone. bring them on down. >> yeah. let's hope for a win. let's hope for a touchdown tonight. they haven't scored a touchdown yet. thank you, alex. when it comes to the game, the average viewership for the nfl was down 12%. we're turning to you and asking are you going to watch tonight's game between the niners and the rams? 28% say yes. but 72% say of you so no. let us know by voting on twitter and leave your comments on our facebook page. all right. a new scam targeting netflix users. coming up, the e-mail that you need to avoid to protect your banking information. also a double standard for men. how boyfriends and husbands are still being judged by their female counter parts.
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boom. good work everyone. another winner. introducing my new california breakfast burrito. only at jack in the box. >> welcome back. google is going for a bigger piece of the cell phone market. is it possible that the security and exchange commission to be hacked. >> more on that. pam cook has it covered in today's money business. >> it is possible. we will talk about that in a second. two bay area companies among the stocks to watch. reports that tesla is working with bay area neighbor amd to develop the artificial chip for self trying cars. and the stock is up on that news. ringing the opening bell,
another ipo to talk about. an online travel booking company out of south america. they're celebrating that. right now the numbers -- markets are celebrating good economic news. indicators better than expected for august. numbers are all kind of flat though. a little bit down. of course the dow, nasdaq and s&p 500 have hit record highs over the past couple of weeks. markets responded to the federal reserve. it wrapped up the two-day policy meeting yesterday by leaving interest rates unchanged. but the chair said a rate hike is on the table and that the fed will make adjustments as needed to get inflation back to 2%. all of that pretty much expected. we are now learning that information obtained in a hack on the securities and exchange commission last year appears to have been used for illegal stock trading. the sec says although the hack was detected last year, it did not learn of the possibility of
insider trading until august. the sec says the software was immediately patched but not until hackers gained access to nonpublic information. google announced it will spend another $1 billion to become a major player in the smart phone bid. google is hiring engineers from htc to bring more high tech experience to its cell phone division. google used the same company to make the first smart phone last year. the next version of the phone comes out next month. and a new survey fines that americans judge a man by his paycheck. according to a poll, 71% of people surveyed say it is very important for a husband or male partner to financially support his family. 32% say the same about a woman's role. and this comes at a time when an increasing number of women are the breadwinners. about a third that are married or living with a partner bring in at least a third of the household earnings. that is way up from 13% in
1980. so the survey data also if you're starting to lose hope in people just looking at you for your paycheck, the two traits that outranked the partner's ability to provide being caring and compassionate. >> which is worth its weight in gold. >> right. >> yes. yes. >> i hated to think that everybody is just looking at you for your paycheck. >> right. >> there are other qualities. >> i agree. you have given me hope, pam. >> okay. good. >> thank you, pam. >> let's check in with sal right now. and a look at our commute. how are we doing, sal? >> we're okay, mike and gasia. the commutes are getting longer. that is no surprise. commute times are up 9% longer than last year. one reason that people are commuting longer distances, super commuters, driving from vacaville and other places to their jobs in san jose, san francisco and oakland.
>> we were not interested in playing the real estate game in the bay area. something that is a tear-down that you would never want to live in but your only openings. we decided we want today buy a beautiful house in a great school district and a little bit of extra time on the road was worth that financial upside to us. >> we're going to hear a little more from her and someone else who is a super commuter a little bit later on on the 9. according to spur, the research organization that tracks these things, most people still drive to work. that makes some commutes evening longer. i have examples in real time for you. let's take a look at 680 from concord to walnut creek to danville to san ra mope. yes, people drive these long distance. there was a crash southbound 680 near stole valley. this whole region has been slow. one thing thai noticed in the last year or two, one freeway gets affected, you have more traffic on other freeways trying to get around the
problems. highway 13 is slow this morning. 580. just all of the east bay freeways are still slow. bay bridge is backed up for a 25-minute delay before you make it on to the bridge. san mateo bridge is moderately heavy and traffic on 280 is slowing down. weather looks good today though, right, steve? >> it does indeed. the last full day of summer. but it will feel more like fall as temperatures are below average. it will be windy and cool. up in the mountains we had a hint of snow. our good friend coop from kirkwood mountain, a few new shots for you. staying thirsty. he is classic. there you go. a little bit of snow up there. winter weather advisory out. although it looks like in kirkwood right now. some areas of snow. some on 80 and the higher he will vagues, mainly above 7,000 feet. the front has gone through but there is instability coming in from the northwest. you can see that. that will give a little bit of
activity today. maybe thunderstorm activity later. temperatures down today. this will be the coolest day for a while. this will be the coolest day for a while. although tomorrow morning will be very cool. if you are going today, i would agree with alex, there will be a good breeze, certainly in the higher decks there. you might get a northwest 25 miles per hour. instead of being hot for a september game, it will be on the cool side. it will be nice. for us, pretty quiet here. most of the cloud cover has moved either off shore or down to southern california or into nevada. the cool air continues to rotate in. it will throughout the day. water temps as advertised came down. san francisco buoy 56. they will continue to drop over the next 24, 36 hours. 51 santa rosa. 51 san jose. many 40s. could be a few isolated 30s to the north. half moon bay gusts out of the northwest at 24. higher elevations i have seen 30 to 35. it will be a breezy day. good visibility. cool and then gradual warming. this will be the coolest day as it starts to warm up into the weekend. not crazy hot or anything.
just back into the 80s. don't you worry. we will be all right. people are already freaking out. they're freaking out, mike. another extended heat wave? don't you worry. 70s on the temps. 60s for some. everybody will be at least below average on the temps today and tomorrow. gradual warming. looks nice into the weekend. it all starts tomorrow. >> you mention coop and i haven't heard the name. he goes hibernate and then he pops up. >> here we go again. >> he is fired up. he is ready for winter. >> he is ready. >> what should have been a fun out withing her grandparents turned into a trip to the hospital in the 8th inning. joe frazier hit the ball down the foul line. it hit the little girl's face. sitting just five rows from the field. the ball was going an estimated 100 to 105 miles per hour when it came off of the bat. the players were shaken up at the scene. the players wish there was
safety netting all the way down the side lines. the yankees manager say fans sit close to the field and that may be need to be re-evaluated. >> you hate to see anyone get hit like that. you know, i don't know if the netting expanded, if they still don't get hit. how far does it go. that is something, you know, up above that they need to -- you know, they make the decisions on. but, you know, it is sad when you -- i have seen it as a catcher. i saw somebody get hit seriously in chicago it is something that everyone was looking into. >> it was todd frazier, not joe frazier that hit the foul ball. he was told by security guards that the little girl would be okay. the yankees were looking at extending the side line netting at the ballpark. well, a big pizza purchase. up next, the national franchise group that just bought local pizza chain round table and the
>> round table pizza has been acquired by an atlanta based global franchise group. the pizza chain was founded in menlo park in 1959. headquartered in concord. the atlanta company plans to remodel restaurants and improve the technological capabilities of the chain. round table has been recovering from bankruptcy since 2011. another bay area community wants to be the home to amazon's second headquarters. vallejo wants to be considered. it will create as many as 50,000 high paying jobs. it is looking for a location that is no more than 30 miles from a population center, mass transit and as an airport. vallejo has room on the island for office space and boasts the most ethnically diverse
community in the country. some other areas competing are oakland, concord, denver and chicago. facebook is making a move to san francisco. it has signed a lease for office space in a new highrise. facebook will take all 436,000 square feet of office space at the new 181 fremont building located right next to the sales force tower. members of facebook's instagram team are expected to work in that building. the space can reportedly hold between 2,000 to 3,000 employees. the tower will be completed by the end of the year. apple confirms that its new series 3 watch can have problems that prevent it from actually making and receiving calls and texts. early reviewers have complained about that. it has to do with the hand-on between cellular data and wi- fi. the company is working on a fix. the watch is due to start shipping tomorrow. for now, users can get around the problem by directing their phone to, quote, forget the wi- fi network. if you use netflix, you may
be getting an e-mail that could cause you trouble. potential victims get what looks like a notice from customer support and says that your account is on hold because of a problem with your recent payment and directed to click on a link and enture your bank information to fix the problem. it is fake. experts say if you get an e- mail from netflix, don't use the click-through link. instead go to the netflix page and log into your account as usual to find out if there is really indeed a problem. college campuses going green. up next, the bay area universities on the top ten list when it comes to protecting the environment. do you want to do a monster check?
seven day supplies for new patients. pharmacists plan to question doctors prescribing more pills than may be necessary. the oakland city council voted unanimously the ban the sale of flavored tobacco product. this follows a similar ban in san frank recently. they say it targets young people, many in low income neighborhoods. researchers at the largest earthquake lab in the world created and testing a way to keep bridges safer during large earthquakes. scientists created a new way to connect section of bridges with new concrete. they tested it in a lab yesterday. they simulated the violent motions of a strong earthquake. the connectors worked better than expected. scientists say with the new connectors, when bridges are damaged, it will take less time
to repair them. two san francisco department heads criticized for the deaths of two elderly people kurg the heat wave. people want to know why more wasn't done before the heat wave. they were criticized for not opening cooling centers until the second day of heat wave. and a public campaign was limited to ron r online media and older residents are often not online. stanford and uc davis made it on a list of the top ten green colleges in the united states. stanford was number nine on the list. their resieshg lg program diverted 76 pekt of solid waste to land fills. davis came in at number ten. they encourage the use of bikes
on campus. number one on the list, the college of the atlantic in maine which focuses on providing local organic food to students and staff and has solar chargers open to the public. today at 9:00, affordable housing and becoming a sanctuary state. and a take a look at why some people spend hours on the road each day just getting to work. and we're live at the oakland museum of california with where a new installation honors those lost in oakland's warehouse fire. there's a big game -- tomorrow nielt. one of the oldest football rivalries in america. sacred heart, 7:00 p.m. right there. round o