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good morning. as the sun rises, we are gearing up for another unseasonably warm day. we will tell you about the record breaking temperatures we saw yesterday and tell you how long the heat wave is expected to last. and it was an emotional day of testimony in the trial against the man cued of killing kate steinle. what witnesses described seeing after the moment she was shot. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> and we find ourselves at 7:00. >> yes, we do. >> thanks for being with us this wednesday morning. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. we're talking about your weather. i just ducked outside. >> yes. >> the air is just hanging there. steve paulson is here to talk about your forecast. >> yesterday at this time it was windy and warm. >> fire concerns. thankfully it didn't materialize. >> santa cruz might be near 90 degrees. but most of the coast will be down 20 degrees compared to
yesterday. upper 80s inland. a few still near 90 degrees. san jose, 89. after yesterday's 94. that was a record. redwood city, 98 down to 88. napa down five 93 to 88 degrees. we're slowly cooling off. 58 half moon bay compared to 80 at this time yesterday. berkeley is down considerably. other locations are down one to ten. there is an easterly or northeasterly breeze. east at half moon bay. northeast at sfo. east at oakland. even though it is less than 5 miles per hour, it is still there. on the peninsula, low 50s. half moon bay, monetra and moss beach are upper 50s to low 60s. we have high pressure losing its grip slightly. but it will give us warm temps into friday and cooling over the weekend. temperatures should be 68 to 74. they are way above that for everybody. 70s and 80sand near 90s
degrees. sal, anything new on the screens. >> just a lot of slow traffic, steve. >> okay. >> this is the heart of the commute. i would say between 6:00 and 8:00 or so. not that the other parts aren't bad or aren't slow. but this is really the slowest part. on the golden gate bridge, it is a beautiful shot we have of the golden gate bridge. and the traffic looks good from the robin williams tunnel down to the toll plaza in san francisco as you drive into the marina district. also looking at the bay bridge. and traffic will be okay. but at the toll plaza, there's a wait of about 20 minutes. if you're driving through. now, the traffic on the east shore freeway is going to be taking about 45 minutes to drive from the carquinez bridge down to this point. we're also looking at interstate 880 north and southbound. you can see northbound traffic here in front of oracle looks good. southbound slows at 238. really a lot of it is under the speed limit or less than 25 miles per hour in many areas all the way down to fremont.
at 7:02, back to the desk. >> be ready for another unseasonably warm day around the bay area. we had record breaking temperatures yesterday. >> as steve told you, it will be hotter than normal all week. alex savidge is in san francisco. talk about how people there are handling the heat. >> reporter: well, you know, it gets warm in october. we know that here in the bay area. but never usually gets this hot, this late in the month. we are out here at crissy field in san francisco. pretty nice morning. people walking or jogging. and it is not too warm just yet. but of course the sun is rising. so it's going to start warming up in a hurry here. the bay area headed into day two of a late season heat wave. a lot of records shattered yesterday. all across the region. in oakland, mountain view, and san jose. just to name a few. also it was 91 degrees in -- at sfo. that was the temperature at sfo
yesterday. across the board, temperatures anywhere between 10 and 20 degrees above normal for this time of year. of course the real concern is these hot, dry conditions are leading to increased fire danger, especially worrisome for people up in the north bay. even with all of the rain we got last week, a decent amount of rain, the threat of wildfires remains. >> with the couple days of heat that we've had and the wind, you know, it's -- it's gone now. it's not doing us any good. >> our concern is this is our dryest time of the year. the fuels are dried out. they're ready to burn. >> reporter: now, the real good news in all of this is especially compared to what we saw yesterday morning, it was -- it was very breezy yesterday morning. the winds this morning are very calm. no red flag warnings in place. but still firefighters on alert nonetheless because you do have dry conditions and you have very warm conditions. and so that obviously makes it easier for a fire to take off.
if a fire were to start. bringing you back out here to the live picture here. nice shot of the golden gate bridge as the sun begins to come up here. it's going to be slightly cooler today, as steve told you, compared to yesterday. but it will be warm all week long. and then finally we get the cooldown coming up this weekend. relief in sight. >> yes. >> alex, thank you. >> thank you, alex. the time is 7:05. today is day three of the san francisco trial of jose ynez garcia zarate, the undocumented immigrant charged with shooting and killing kate steinle at a san francisco pier. allie rasmus is live in san francisco at the hall of justice in san francisco with the details of the emotional testimony yesterday and what we can expect today. good morning, allie. >> reporter: good morning, dave. jurors are expecting to hear from crime scene investigators who went to the scene after kate steinle was killed.
this happened two years ago on pier 14. they heard from witnesses yesterday who were on pier 14 at the scene. jose ynez garcia zarate has admitted that he was handling the gun that was used in the shooting but his attorneys argued that the gun accidentally went off. it was reported stolen from a ranger the week before. steinle's family has been in the courtroom all week. her mother went yesterday when prosecutors showed the jury a photograph of her daughter on the pier taken moments before she was shot. it showed steinle in the foreground and you could see jose ynez garcia zarate in the background sitting in a chair on the embarcadero. >> so it's effective. i mean, it is really effective. i doubt that the d.a. showed the parents that photograph and let them to react in the courtroom to it. jurors watch that. that's the emotional part of a trial. i mean, that cuts right to your heart. when you see that, it really brings home, there's a beautiful young woman whose life was taken because of this
man. >> reporter: now, yesterday, two witnesses testified that through their hotel window, they saw jose ynez garcia zarate leave the pier after a single gunshot rang out. another witness says before the shooting he was sitting at the pier and people laughing and he thought that was odd. an analyst described what they described as odd behavior from zarate in court. he was staring at people and grinning repeatedly at inappropriate times. reporters later asked his attorney about his client's mental stability. his attorney says they don't plan to make any sort of argument that jose ynez garcia zarate is mentally incompetent to stand trial. they say that is not at play at this point in the trial. but jose ynez garcia zarate faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted on that second degree murder trial. back to you guys. >> allie rasmus in san francisco, thank you. the time is now 7:07. a teenager from santa cruz accused of killing an 8-year- old girl two years ago will be
tried as an adult. adrian gonzales was 15 years old when he was arrested for the killing of madison middleton. he is accused of luring her into her mother's apartment and raping and stabbing her to death. her body was later found in a recycling bin. police seguin gone confessed during taped interviews. if he is convicted, gonzales could get life in prison. we have new information in connection to an overnight shooting that left two people dead at grambling state university in louisiana. today's classes are going on as scheduled at grambling state. a predominantly african- american college in louisiana about 250 miles northwest of new orleans. around midnight there was a fight in a dorm room that spilled out to a courtyard. a 23-year-old student and his friend were shot to death. that friend was not a student. police say the shooter was able to escape. police in pleasanton say a high school student has been arrested for having a loaded
handgun on campus. the police were called 1:15 monday morning. the student was arrested and taken to juvenile hall. they do not know why he had the weapon. a 13-year-old student was arrested in menlo park on monday when he brought a gun to school. police say the 8th grade male student left school without permission after the principal asked to search his backpack. the student was stopped while walking from the school and during a search police say they found an unloaded hand gun as well as marijuana. there is a warning for students at stanford. campus police there are investigating reports of a sexual assault. it happened on the east side of campus just after midnight on monday. police say the victim and suspect were known to one another. a warning was sent out to students last night. the investigation continues this morning. our time is now 7:09. cleaning up in the north bay after those destructive wildfires. coming up at 7:30, what the epa plans to do today.
also the warning for people who are going back to their homes. also, we're hearing from some of the democratic candidates in the race for governor next year. what they say are some of the biggest issues facing our state. state. and we do see traffic that is going to be busy now on the san mateo bridge. it is a little slower than it was even a half hour ago, heading over to san mateo. lots of sunshine. it will still be warm today. probably not record setting 92 degrees like it was in half moon bay yesterday. but it will be nice on the coast. more on that coming up.
reckless, outrageous undignified. senator flake becomes the second republican senator to lash out at president trump. corker who is also restoring has been involved in an ongoing twitter feud with the president. he isn't concerned about the loss of these two senators. >> he wants people to be in the senate that are committed to actually moving the ball down the field. i don't think these two individuals necessarily have been as focused on that. the president wants to get things done. >> president trump had lunch with senate republicans yesterday on capitol hill where he continued to push his tax reform proposal. the presidential campaign of hillary clinton and the democratic national committee helped to pay for research that was included in a dosier about president trump. at first a gop donor paid for the research on president trump during the primary. when the primaries were over
the clinton campaign and the dnc continue today fund the research that led a former british spy to form the dosier. it could be used for black male. our time is 7:14. the four leading democratic candidates for governor of california next year debated yesterday in san francisco. lieutenant governor newsome, antonio vilaraigosa and delaine easton and john chiang explained their positions on major issues. one if health care should be provided to everyone in the state. >> high up on the 11th floor on sampson street, those vying for the state's top office shook hands with voters and sat down to debate. >> today's topic, california's
big issues. >> reporter: it may be the early days of the governor race with the election more than a year away. but the candidates know the importance of momentum and money. lieutenant governor newsome leads in both. >> why do i support single payor? it is the most comprehensive way to give health care to all of the uninsured and in an affordable manner. >> reporter: delaine easton. >> pennywise and pound foolish not to approach it with a full heart and eye like an eagle. we do have to figure out additional resources to do that. >> reporter: former vilaraigosa dismissed a bill saying it did not provide enough details how the state would pay for it. >> pie in the sky doesn't put it on the table. we have to make the tough choices and put a plan together so we can transition. >> reporter: john chiang also called for a more measured
approach. >> i support single payor but i would look at what services we provide and scale up and see what revenues we have. we can't cover everything. >> reporter: the candidates agreed on many issues including education and immigration and that the state needs to do more to address the housing criess that leads to so many people living on the streets. vilaraigosa and newsome say it is wrong to offer exceptions to billionaires to build stadiums and not cities that want to build supportive housing for the homeless. heather holmes, ktvu fox 2 news. >> thank you, heather. he will join us live on the 9 this morning. the time is 7:16. we had an active traffic report, starting from the wee hours of the morning, sal. >> yeah. we had the tree fire that everyone in our news room smelled. not far from where we are.
we also had other things. let's look at some of the commutes. i want to mention if you are going to the bay bridge, traffic will be moderate on the span. there will be slowing at the toll plaza, which is, you know, not unusual. this is about a 20-minute delay. we have a lot of the usual suspects when it comes to slow traffic. this morning we mentioned the san mateo bridge has become a lot slower in the last half hour. southbound 880 and a lot of people do this, go all the way across. and most of that is slow. likewise for the dumbarton bridge getting over to the peninsula. 580 is still slow on the altamont pass. but it has cleared up through livermore and dublin. but slow on 680 as you head south. again, all very typical. let's dive into the south bay, shall we? 85 is slow from 101. check this out. all the way up. this didn't used to be this way. it is becoming normal for 85 to be one of the busiest freeways. i think people have grown tired of 101. it is still slow. but 85 is now becoming a second
101, if you will. 7:17. let's bring steve in. eve in. >> probably heading over to mountain view, if you know what i mean. >> cupertino. >> cupertino, mountain view. >> exactly. >> today might be a record day for a few, but not as many as yesterday. it will be close for mountain view, speaking of, and san jose. temperatures will be warm, but not as warm as yesterday. we maxed out yesterday on the temps. way above average here. these are the records to beat, if you will. the forecast highs are in the red there. oakland airport forecast high is 86. sfo, 85. those would fall short. mountain view, 89. the record is 90 from 2003. very close. i don't think the northerly breeze will kick in. san francisco, missed by one yesterday. the high was 89. the record was 90. the record between now and
friday were all set in 2003. high today, 84 degrees. much above average but not in record-setting territory. 50s on the temps. 57 now half moon bay. that's half moon bay. versus 80 at this time yesterday. same for the observation in berkeley, which is also 78, 79 at this time yesterday. some are down 20 degrees. even though there is a easterly or northeasterly component coming in off of the hills. this observation in oakland is up about a thousand feet. you get closer to town and you can find 60s there. still warm in the city. now at 65 degrees. a lot of mid-60s in san francisco. and there is still a slight easterly breeze. 61, san rafael. 50 in petaluma. bodega bay, 53. that is down 17 from yesterday at this time. windsor in there as well. but temperatures today will rebound. high pressure not going anywhere. it is slowly starting to back off a little bit here.
27 up in truckee. and 50s throughout much of the val i42 heavenly. 45 incline. and tahoe city at 41 degrees. south lake tahoe at 29. deep system out over the hawaiian islands. that low has tapped into moisture coming up from the south and giving them heavy rain. coming up from florida, going straight into new york and much of the northeast. so somewhere we have to find high pressure. guess what, it is right over the west. it took the storm track and sent it well to the north. inching back into the pacific northwest which will lead to a breaking down of the ridge. it will take until the weekend before it let's go. cooler coast and bay even though temps above average here. daytime highs, 70s, 80s, and a few 90s holding on for a day. if the change doesn't start tomorrow it will kick in friday for sure. temperatures should be 68 to 74 average this time of year. everybody is way above on that. we will continue to do so until
workplace discrimination. two former engineers filed complaints with california regulators. the women say they were ranked by attractiveness by the male colleagues and they were paid unfairly. the complaint may be a step towards a class action lawsuit against uberer. the san francisco based ride sharing company has not commented on the complaint yet. a recall now to tell you about this morning involving a popular infant motion swing. fisher price is recalling 63,000 of its soothing and smart connecting motion seats because they can catch fire. they sway, bounce, vibrate and play songs. but the motor ares at risk of overeating and catching fire. 36 cases so far but no serious injuries. the swings were sold at stars including bye-bye baby, toys r us, target and wal-mart. fees at private and public
universities raise this year. the annual price rose by $300 for in-state students at public four-year colleges and $800 at private colleges. our time is now 7:25. state officials have a new warning, it is about toxic acid. this time showing up in unhealthy levels in lobster caught of the channel islands off of ventura and santa barbara counties. people who eat lobster should not eat the internal organs or use the water or broth from whole lobsters caught along the channel islands. high levels of acid canceled most of the 2016 and 2017 commercial crab seasons in northern california. and here is a story that might leave a bad taste in the mouth of wine lovers. an alcohol industry organization says this year's global wine production will drop to its lowest level since 1961. production will fall 8% from
last year. the organization is blaming the wildfires across the u.s., including in the north bay. also extreme weather this year in countries include france, italy and spain for ruining crops and also reducing har event haves -- harvests. this may lead to job cuts around the world. raising money for victims of the north bay fires. the big name entertainers that are teaming up for a benefit concert. >> reporter: an important step underway in the north bay in the clean-up process here following the wildfires in the north bay. and we do have traffic that is getting a lot busier now as we get across bridges and causeways. this is a live look at northbound 101 approaching the 80 split. we will take a closer look at this when we come back. we will take a closer look at some temperatures. they will still be warm today. not as warp as tuesday when we maxed out. even in southern california, it won't be 104 or 105.
i had the pleasure of being around him. i loved him. a wonderful, talented actor. the last time i saw him, he was still recovering from a stroke. but sadly he passed away yesterday at the age of 89. so just a little benson music. >> yeah. >> to start our wednesday morning. >> nice to hear. welcome back to mornings on 2. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and good morning. i'm dave clark. let's talk more about our weather. those pictures we just saw, steve, is right over here. >> well, it will be warm, but not as warm as yesterday. >> yeah. >> you two. we will take one more look at southern california because this is not something that we see very often, even here, especially this time of year. long beach, 105. camarillo, 104. lax, 104. los angeles was 104. that shattered the 99 set on this date yesterday in 1909. santa maria, 102. santa barbara, 106. they will be warm today. we will be warm today. upper 80ss nor napa and san
jose. these are a good 15 degrees above average. 20 for some. 50s for many. santa rosa down to 51 degrees. they made it to 49 yesterday and got up to 90. still an easterly component. generally less than 10 to 15 miles per hour. even up in the hills. 50 in dublin and also san ramon. low 60s and mid-60s up around pinole. that's a big drop on the temps. that will translate into cooler afternoon highs even though the high pressure system is reluctant to give it up to the coast. quite warm with 70s, 80s and near 90 for some. sal, you've been busy right out of the gate. >> hit the ground running as i was saying to someone in the news room. things have calmed down a little bit. we have a lot of slow traffic on the way to the macarthur maze which is typical. about a one-hour drive. if you look at the drive, it is
an hour to drive between the carquinez bridge and the macarthur maze. that is typical for these days in the fall commute pattern. when you get to the bay bridge, traffic is backed up all the way to the maze. san francisco itself, northbound 101 slows for from cesar -- from 280 to cesar chavez and then it frees up. southbound 101 is heavy and slow. no trouble to the airport. if you're driving on 880 in oakland or 580, that's beginning to get a lot more crowded. speaking of the bridges, the san mateo bridge looks slow to about mid span. dumbarton bridge is slow all the way across. we were talking about the peninsula. 101 has slow traffic in san mateo. 280 is slow from almost 19th avenue heading down to san bruno heading south. 7:32. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. cal fire expects all of the big fires to be completely contained by the weekend. the atlas fire that began near
lake berryessa is now 86% contained. the smallest is the pocket fire, 90% contained. they would be more worried if the winds pick up again. the clean-up is underway in the north bay. homeowners there hope to rebuild after the fires. ktvu's christien kafton is in santa rosa now. tells us more about cleaning up the toxic debris out there. >> reporter: good morning, dave. some of the folks devastated by the fire are starting show show up at the sonoma county department of health services where they can get the process underway to begin the process of removing some of the toxic materials left over after the wildfires. now, on saturday, the governor signed an executive order, allowing the environmental protection agency officials to begin the process of removing and surveying toxic waste at the homes which pose an immediate threat to the public following the wildfires. epa, county, state officials
and contractors are currently surveying burned-out homes for items such as batteries, flammable material, asbestos, paint and other dangerous material. it is a critical first step to cleaning up and rebuilding the 6700 home that's burned in the north bay fires. the press democrat is reporting that the initial survey has begun. clean-up expected to begin monday that. will take until at least december 15th. meanwhile at 9:00 this morning, here at the sonoma county health services office, officials will begin the removal of -- excuse me, the debris removal entry permit process that. is a separate matter that will allow the army corps of engineers to clean up. that is generating controversy because some want to do the cleaning themselves or hire their own contractor. this will be an available service here at the county health services building beginning at 9:00 today until
6:00 this evening. that permitting process to allow the army corps of engineers to begin to remove some of the debris, the nontoxic debris that is, will be running through october 29th. keep in mind, we're talking about debris like ash, rubble that is left over. as for the toxic debris, we were talking about the batlies and paints and materials left over following the fire. the epa beginning to work on that process as we speak. >> christien kafton, thank you. our question of the day is this: have you made any changes since the north bay wildfires? have you purchased fire insurance? cleared dried debris from around your home? prepared a go bag in case you need to vac ate or done nothing at all. let us know what you think by voting on twitter or ktvu.com. and you can also comment on our ktvu facebook page. some big name entertainers will take part in a benefit concert for north bay fire victims. a benefit concert including heavy metal band metallica and
dave matthews performing at a fundraiser on thursday, november 9th at at&t park. tickets ranges there $50 up to $200. some of the best seats will be reserved for first responders. another chance for you to help those affected by the north bay fires comes from chipotle mexican grill. at the san francisco and north bay locations, they will be donating 100% of proceeds to the fire efforts. the money raised will be donated to the napa valley community foundation and the community foundation of sonoma county. customers just need to visit a participating location and make sure to mention the north bay wildfires to the cashier before you pay. the time is 7:36. oakland firefighters were busy early this morning putting out another fire near a homeless encampment. they rushed to the encampment on jackson street at about 4:30 this morning, while we were on the air. the chp says nearby trees were fully engulfed by the flames. no one was hurt. the cause of that fire is under
investigation. in the meantime oakland police are searching for a driver whose car hit a police officer's car last night and the car took off. this happened about 8:30 near sunny side street and 96th avenue. the officer was taken to the hospital but we've been told that he is expected to be okay. as of right now, there are no statements from oakland police about a suspect but we do expect to get an update later this morning. the time is 7:37. certainly it is a rare occasion when all three of the bay area's biggest cities police chiefs come together. that's what mike mibach did with the police chiefs and they talked about a number of topics. >> mike is in the studio with more on the conversation and the special coming up later today. >> 12:30 this afternoon on ktvu called on the record bay area police chiefs. the chiefs of oakland, san jose and san francisco all met with me for an upfront, candid round table conversation about a dozen big issues really affecting their communities.
body cameras, whether or not to release the footage or how much to release. we also talked about recruiting, about officers living in the cities they work in. and we talked about california becoming a sanctuary state in just a couple months. here is a quick look. >> california is a sanctuary state now, effective january 1st of next year. will you direct your officers to cooperate with federal, with ice agents? >> absolutely not. i'm very familiar with senator's bill. read through it many times, all of the amendments it had. i think they were very careful towards the end to try to balance. >> switched it up a little bit. >> i think they listened to the voices and were very careful about balancing, protecting the rights of our hardworking immigrants. and at the same time, protecting the rights of residents of this community. >> will we violate or disregard federal law? no. i mean, i think we have to abide by federal law.
we will. also the city's policy and values are clear in terms of protecting the rights of people that are in our city. >> it is unfortunate because the fear is real. and that impacts public safety, when people are afraid to call 911 or work with us and be in partnership with us because they're afraid of us. >> what else is on tap? we also talked about use of force, stolen service weapons, specifically whether officers should be fired if it happens to them. on the record, bay area police chiefs today 12:30 right here on ktvu. we also asked them why in the world do you even want to be a police chief these days? it is difficult. much different job than 20, 30 years ago. i had a great time. it is fun. you will love it. >> good. 12:30 today. we will be watching of course. 7:39 now. american airlines plans to meet with the naacp after that group issued a travel warning to african-american travelers. the warning came after a series
of incidents. the group says, quote, suggests racial insensitive and bias. in one case an african-american passenger and baby were removed from a flight after she asked to have her stroller before getting off of the plane. another had a seat assignment change from first class to coach while her white friend was allowed to stay in the cabin. they will begin interviews of all passengers heading to the united states. the airlines all said they will comply with the requests made by american officials. u.s. department of homeland security not commenting on the program. it is not yet clear if other international airlines will be affected. the request for the additional screening comes after the deadline expired for airlines to meet new regulations on international flights. the time is 7:40. a long, long road to recovery. coming up in the 8:00 hour, a band member with tower of power
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around. it landed anyway without incident. the f.a.a. says he reported a problem with his radio. >> someone who is experienced in places like san francisco, when i don't hear anything on a frequency for more than 30 seconds, there is something wrong. >> now, the f.a.a. says a radar replay shows the plane arrived just before the air canada flight was clear on the runway when the air canada flight was landing. well, oakland a's rookie catcher bruce maxwell getting backlash because he took a knee during the national anthem. maxwell was the only one that took a knee during the anthem last season. we had went home to alabama, a waiter refused to serve him in a restaurant. the waiter says he voted for donald trump for president and supports what donald trump stands for. maxwell complained to the restaurant manager. another waiter took his order.
maxwell was born on an american base in germany when his father was in the army. he kneeled during the anthem to stand up against social injustice. colin kaepernick, the former 49ers quarterback still looking foyer job in the nfl. he reportedly has a million dollar book deal. the post says that kaepernick signed with random house. a source told espn that there is no deal yet. kaepernick has been meeting with new york publishers about writing a book. he filed a grievance against the nfl accusing owners of collusion and not signing him because of his social activism. the dodgers take game one of the world series after betting the astros 3-1. >> the hottest post season game in mlb history. that is scooped and lifted way out of here into left. bang. starts the world series for chris taylor. >> chris taylor gave the
dodgers an immediate jolt in the first series game since 1988. in the meantime kershaw delivered a signature performance, 11 strikeouts over 7 innings. a list celebrities also turned out for the start of the world series. laid ageorgia among the entertainers who posted pictures online. mario lopez brought his son nikko. rob lowe and george lopez. they took a photo with vin scully. jerry seinfeld was there along with the dodgers co-owner magic johnson. watch game two of the world series tonight on ktvu fox 2. at 4:00, local news at 4:00. followed by pregame coverage of the world series. more local news? flip over to ktvu plus. we will have it for you starting at 4:30. the san jose earthquakes play their first post season
game in five years tonight. they got a playoff spot last sunday during the final minutes of the regular season. they will face the white caps in the knockout win tonight. it is win or the end of the season. it is in vancouver. the sixth seeded quakes are on a winning streak of sorts. honors for the final play of the game that gave san jose the victory it needed to make it to the playoffs. we made it to 7:47. sal is right over there. you are watching the south bay and everything else. >> that's right. 280 in san jose. we're looking at a lot of commutes though. we will start with interstate 280 northbound getting up to highway 17. you will see a lot of slow traffic here coming around the corner. it stays that way all the way into cupertino. it is not unusual for it to be this way. you can see for yourself on all of the road sensors. 280, 101, 85 are all pretty slow. on the pence larks it is slow
this morning heading south. we see slow traffic on 101 in san mateo. northbound 101 in san francisco getting to it slows near the candlestick exit and gets better by cesar chavez. on the other side, 880 northbound is slowing down. and when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, that is backed up all the way out to the maze. 7:48. kind of a nice day out there so far. let's bring in steve. >> it will stay warm. not as warm as yesterday but still well above average. probably all the way towards the weekend. now, again, the coast, it will not be -- not in the 90s. except down towards santa cruz. there is clear, no fog there. maybe towards the end of the week here. some of the records from yesterday, sfo, oakland airport, mountain view and san jose from '92, '92, '94. half moon bay not list there had also at 92 with a record. san jose will be right there today. 89 is the forecast high. the record is 89 going back to
2003. 17 above average for this time of year. the record is 91 in san francisco. actually between now and friday, the records go 91, 92, 93. all set back in 2003. we won't get there. we're way above average even in the city. 50s on the temps. down 20 degrees for some. half moon bay was around 80 at this time yesterday. 56. much cooler there. still sunshine. they had a northwest wind. now a east/southeast. 65 in the city. 64 in oakland. that observation is up a thousand feet where there is warm air. alameda at 62. tiburon, 63. there are cooler temps. stanford, 52. los altos hills, 66. from moss beach and half moon bay instead of 79, 81, they're in the 50s or right at 60 degrees. there is still a component of an easterly breeze coming off of the land here.
some of the higher elevations northeast. yesterday had gusts of 44 miles per hour in half moon bay. that's what sent their temperature way, way up. looking out towards the east bay hills, you're looking at mount diablo, north wind not that strong. right out of the oakland hills north, 73 degrees. 75% humidity. it is still there. and berkeley lab shows a northwest. maybe turning a little bit. it is predominantly off shore. high pressure will be slow to give up. i mean, maxed out yesterday. but even down in southern california it will be warm but not as warm as the 104, 105 they saw yesterday. deep system out to the west, the hawaiian islands. that tapped into tropical moisture bringing rain to maui and the big island. you can see all of that moisture streaming across. if you are traveling, keep that in mind. we have temperature that's have recovered. very cool for a while for some. high pressure really not going to give away any time soon. maybe by the weekend. i think we're staying above
average temps all the way into the weekend. sunny and warm. cooler coast and bay. 70s and 80s and 90s. dramatically cooler for some, not so much for others. normal temps this year are 68 to 74. we're way above that. we will continue to do that. i think, you know, coast and bay will continue their slide there for the next few days. inland it may take until the weekend. >> you can't find any rain either. >> november 6th. somewhere around there. >> all right. >> there's hints of it then. >> i'll take it. the time is 7:51. passengers had a surprise. how a python, that one, inned up on their bus. and what is happening to find a new home for the snake.
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the time is 7:54. back here at home. former tesla employees protested at the plant in fremont, speaking out against tesla's recent firing of hundreds of employees. now, the company said they let the workers go because they didn't do well in annual reviews. but the workers claim they were fired because they tried to organize a union. one alameda county supervisor is calling on tesla to reconsider the decision to fire the employees. 17% of the workforce received promotions based on good performance. pending home sales are down across the bay area and across the state. according to a survey here in the bay area, the number of pending sales fell 10.8% on a year over year basis in september. the survey says that is the largest regional drop in the state and may be due to the ongoing housing shortage and house prices. a new freddie mac survey finds
76% of millennials in august thought that renting was more affordable than buying up a home. that is up from 2016. rents as you know are very high here in the bay area. the survey finds that rents across the country are not rising as much as over other years. a go bike station scheduled to be open in friday in oakland is a target of complaints about i some of the neighbors who say they weren't given much notice. ford installed more than 500 bike sharing stations across the bay area. a new one will be open in the oakland neighborhood. it will take over three parking spaces. neighbors say they didn't know about it until the signs went un. ford says over the past year, it held hundreds of public meetings around the bay area, talking about the best locations for the program's 7,000 bicycles. and a two-year-old python snake is up for adoption now at
the peninsula humane society. it was taken there after giving south bay bus rides a big scare -- riders a big scare. they spotted it on the 22 bus near the el camino real bus stop in palo alto. animal service officers were called in. an officer found the snake loose, crawling into one of the wall panels on the bus. small pets are allowed in carriers to be brought on to buses. this is the first time that a pet has been left behind. get ready for another warm day in the bay area. we will look at how high temperatures will climb today and the records we broke yesterday. also the naacp sent out a warning for people, particularly african-americans, about flying on american airlines. we will tell you more about allegations of racial discrimination. it is getting more crowded on certain bay area freeways, like interstate 880 now beginning to slow down past
>> good morning. the sun is up and the heat is on across the bay area. coming up, we will tell you how long this unusual heat wave is expected to last. >> reporter: the trial continues today for the man accused of killing kate steinle in san francisco two years ago. what witnesses described seeing the moment after she was killed and we will also have the details on the emotional testimony in court yesterday.
this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning, everyone. welcome back to mornings on 2. it is wednesday, october 25th. i'm mike mibach. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. good to have you back. >> good be back. >> i can approximated a good couple days to be off. >> i was at carmel beach. >> 94 in monterey. 92 monterey. >> a good day. a lot of time in the ocean. >> probably 90 in carmel. right. that sure beats june, july and august where sometimes you don't get over 59 degrees for sure. gasia said during the seas are tease, we will look at the highs from yesterday. i better show them. half moon bay, that is the one that really stands out. 92 degrees. oakland airport, 92. sfo, 91. ken field tied 88 degrees. today, you have a lot of upper 80s. just down a couple. napa down five. livermore down two. that is always the tricky one.
redwood city from 93. 56 cool degrees in half moon bay. at this time yesterday it was 81. a big drop there. one observation in berkeley down 20 degrees. 49 out in fairfield. also up in santa rosa. san jose at 60 degrees. there are cool readings and very warm ones as well. santa cruz, 55. soquel, 59. 51 santa clara. for some you're like what warmth, it is cool. high pressure is still in charge. it won't let go until the weekend. even then temperatures may be above average for inland areas. cooler coast and bay. lighter winds still off shore but nothing like we saw yesterday. 70s and 80s to near 90 degrees. now the usual slow or what? >> yeah. the usual slow with a couple of things, steve. >> okay. >> this is like a garden variety slow traffic on a wednesday. let's look at what we have. this is a look at the richmond bridge approach here. the sun is blinding our
picture. this is an ordinary slowdown getting out to the richmond bridge. don't worry about anything unusual. if you're driving to the macarthur maze, also it has become typical for the drive to take about an hour between the carquinez bridge and the macarthur maze. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza it's about 15 to 20- minute delay before you make it on to the span. not a bat commute. southbound 101 traffic is a little slow. by the way if you're heading down the peninsula, trying to choose either 280 or 101, they're both about the same, which is to say it is slow down to san bruno. here is a look at 880 northbound. also slowing down from about 238 on the way to downtown oakland. pardon me. i had to sneeze there. 8:03, back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. ktvu's alex savidge is joining us live from san francisco with more on how people are cope withing the warm weather. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning to both of you. we are heading into day two of
this really unusual bay area heat wave. i'll tell you, this time of morning, this is really perfect. it is nice and comfortable out here at chrissy field. you see a lot of people out and about, enjoying a run, taking a walk along the beach with the dog. paddle boards heading out to the golden gate bridge. doesn't that look nice. we usually don't get this warm this late in october. this is unusual for folks around the area. a lot of record-breaking temperatures yesterday in many cities, including oakland, mountain view and here in san francisco. 91 degrees reported yesterday afternoon at sfo. across the board, for everyone, temperatures anywhere between 10 to 20 degrees above average for this time of year. this unexpected heat has a lot of people desperately trying to stay cool. >> all my windows are open. all of the fans are on. it is like wind tunnel in my house. i have to run before the sun
even comes up just to, you know, stay alive out there. >> reporter: of course these hot and dry conditions lead to increased fire danger, especially up in the north bay whereas we know many people remain on edge after the wildfires a couple weeks ago. the winds thankfully though are relatively calm. nonetheless firefighters remain on high alert with this weather. and we're going to get slightly cooler temperatures as we talked about today. but still it will be unseasonably warm for the rest of the week. finally by the weekend, a little bit of a cooldown. but that looks pretty nice. just paddle boarding across the bay, heading out to the golden gate bridge. this is certainly a nice time of day before things start to heat up. >> san francisco bay. nice and glassy. you don't see that too often. thank you, alex. the murder trial of jose ynez garcia zarate, the man charged with shooting and killing kate steinle continues this morning. >> jurors will hear from crime
scene investigators today, following an emotional day in court yesterday. allie rasmus is live at the hall of justice to tell us what more to expect. allie. >> reporter: yes. this morning, it will be day three of this trial. kate steinle's family has been in the courtroom all week. yesterday her mother went in court when prosecutors showed the jury a photograph of kate steinle moments before she was killed on pier 14 in san francisco two years ago. the photo showed steinle on the pier and also visible in the background is the man accused of shooting and killing her, jose ynez garcia zarate. in the picture he was sitting in a chair on the pier. kate steinle was killed two years ago in san francisco. he admitted he was handling the gun used in the shooting but his attorneys are arguing that the gun accidentally went off. it was reported stolen from a ranger a week before the shooting. legal analysts say there is no doity that jurors will hear
testimony from numerous firearms experts over the course of the trial. >> the real question here is did he pull the trigger of that gun intentionally or did it accidentally fire? experts will get on and talk about that gun and say the trigger pull is ten pounds. ten pounds. so it is not going to fire very easily. if it wasn't in aed position. if it was in a position when mr. zarate picked it up, it is more likely to have misfired. >> reporter: now, yesterday in court, two witnesses testified that through their hotel window they saw zarate leave the pier after a single gunshot. before the shooting he was sitting at the pier people watching and laughing. and the behavior made a witness uncomfortable. they described as odd behavior from jose ynez garcia zarate. he was staring at people and
grinning repeatedly at inappropriate times. reporters later asked jose ynez garcia zarate's attorney about his client's mental state. the attorney says they don't at this point plan to make any sort of argument about jose ynez garcia zarate being mentally incompetent to stand trial. we will see if that changes as the trial and as the course -- the course of the trial goes on. but jose ynez garcia zarate faced up to 15 years in prison if convicted of the second degree murder charge he is facingment back to you, mike and gasia. >> allie rasmus live in san francisco. thank you. a teenager accused of santa cruz accused of killing an 8- year-old girl two years ago will be tried as an adult. he was 15 when he killed madison. he lured her into his mother's apartment and raping her and stabbed her to death. her body was found in a nearby recycling bin. he confessed during taped interviews. if convicted he could get life in prison. american airlines plans to meet with the naacp after the group issued a travel warning
to african-american travelers. the group says it suggests a corporate culture of racial insensitive and possible racial bias. in one case an african-american mother said she and her baby were removed a flight when she asked to have her stroller before she got off the plane. in another instance, an african- american was forced off a flight after responding to disrespectful and discriminatory comments by white passengers. the airlines all said they will comply with the request made by american officials. the u.s. department of homeland security is not commenting on the program. it is not yet clear if other international airlines will be affected. the request for additional screening comes after the deadline expired for airlines to meet new regulations on international flights. clean-up efforts underway following the fires in the north bay. coming up at 8:30, what the epa
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predominantly african-american college in louisiana. about 250 miles northwest of new orleans. about midnight there was a fight in a dorm room that spilled out to the courtyard. a 23-year-old student and a friend were shot to death. that friend was not a student at grambling state. police say the shooter was able to escape. today's classes at grambling are going on as scheduled. arizona senator jeff flake announced he will not run for a second term during a speech on the senate floor that targeted president trump. >> reckless, outrageous and undignified behavior has become excused as telling it like it is when it is actually just reckless, outrageous and undignified. >> senator flake becomes the second republican senator to speak out against the president recently. tennessee senator bob corker who is also retiring has been involved in an ongoing twitter feud with the president. the white house says president trump is not concerned about the loss of these two senators. >> he wants people to be in the
senate that are committed to actually moving the ball down the field. i don't think these two individuals necessarily have been as focused on that. the president wants to get things done. >> president trump had lunch with senate republicans yesterday on capitol hill where he continues to push his tax reform proposal. the presidential campaign of hillary clinton and the democratic national committee helped pay for research that was included in a dossier of allegations about president trump's ties to russia. a law firm in washington, d.c. says at first a gop donor paid for the research on president trump during the primaries. when the primaries were over, the clinton top campaign and the dnc continued to fund the research which ultimately led a former british spy to compile the dossier. it contains allegations of ties to russia and that russia has embarrassing information about the president that could be used for black male. the four democratic candidates for the race for
governor in california appeared together in san francisco yesterday. newsome, vilaraigosa, john chiang and former state superintendent of public education delaine eastin were there. one issue is whether california should take over providing health care for everyone in our state. >> reporter: high up on the 11 floor of the historic stock exchange tower on sampson street, those vying for the state's top office shook hand for voters and sat down to debate. >> today's topic, california's big issues. >> reporter: it may be the early days of the governor's race with the election more than a year away. but the candidates know the importance of momentum and money. currently lieutenant governor newsome leads in both. newsome is a supporter of single payor health care. >> i think it is the most cost effective way to deliver comprehensive health care to
all of the uninsured and do it in a more affordable manner. >> reporter: delaine eastin. >> penny wise and pound foolish not to approach this with a full heart and eye like an eagle. we do have to figure out some additional resources to do this. >> reporter: former los angeles mayor villaraigosa dismissed a bill that stalled in the state lidge tore saying it didn't provide enough details on how the state would pay for it. >> pie in the sky doesn't put food on the table. we will have to make the tough choices, put a plan together so we can transition. >> reporter: state treasure john chiang also called for a more measured approach. >> i support single payor, but what are services are we going to provide and scale up and see what revenues we have. we can't cover everything. >> reporter: the candidates agreed on education and immigration and all said that the state needs to do more to help cities address the housing crisis that is leading to so
many people living on the streets. they offered a variety of plans including rewarding cities that build more affordable housing with vilaraigosa and newsome saying it is wrong to offer exemptions to companies to build stadiums but not for the homeless. i'm heather holmes, ktvu fox 2 news. california san francisco chronicle writer joe gear foal owe took part in the forum yesterday. he will join us on the 9 to talk about what went on there. >> mike, gasia, good morning to you both. we still have a lot of people who are just leaving the house, getting on the road and filling out what we call the late commutity commute. just going there for the morning job here in san rafael. traffic will be backed up for ten minutes before you make it on to the san rafael area.
southbound 101 at sir francis drake, when you get over there, there was a crash on the shoulder. corte madera area. it has been a tough one. this is a look at the macarthur maze. one of the busiest commutes in the bay. taking almost an hour to drive from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. you add 20 minutes waiting around here before you make it on to the bridge. so an hour and 20 minutes before you make it into the city. this is san francisco, 101 northbound slows from the candlestick exit to cesar chavez. being see that traffic is moderately heavy southbound. if you're driving on 880 northbound, it is slow from 238. southbound slows also at 238 down into fremont. 8:18. let's bring in steve. >> thank you, sal. another warm day on tap. not as warm as yesterday but way above average, which is about 68 to 74 this time of year around here. and we won't be close to that. we will be more closer to 76 to
90. san jose going 89 for the forecast high. and the low 60. both above, way above on the high. the record is also 89 back in 2003. san jose will be right there. mountain view will be close. san francisco will not. 91 is the record. way above average by 15 degrees and 12 on the low. we should be 53 coming in at 65. 70s and 80s closer to the coast. probably not the 90s. except santa cruz could get in there. 80s around the bay. upper 80s to a few low 90s. there is a huge difference for some. 49 santa rosa. they made it up to near 90 yesterday. fairfield, 49. half moon bay, 56. that observation at berkeley 59. those are down 20 or plus or more than yesterday at this time. american canyon is 56. bodega bay, 54. 70 at this time yesterday. that's a big drop bore them as
well. windsor 50. upper 40s and low 50s around the russian river. low pressure will be slow to give up. the teeter totter effect here. a lot of cloud cover entrained in the low that is bringing rain to maui and the big island. there must be another low somewhere else. there is one in the great lakes dropping down to the deep south by the time we get closer to friday and saturday. until this breaks down, we're dealing with this ridge of high pressure. it is tapping into moisture off of florida and going all the way into the northeast. for us, high pressure will gradually give way. each day will be still warm, just not as warm as yesterday. cooler coast and bay. the wind off shore for most. nothing compared to yesterday. temperatures 70s and 80s and still some 90s. not done yet. i mean when the ac kicked on yesterday, i was like what's that? i thought you were done. but it did. and it may still do it for some today. although the coast will drop 15
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as he prepares to take the stage tonight. >> he sat down with cristina rendon to talk about his come back performance. >> he takes a picture of his name on the marquee sign in oakland. being here marks his return to performing. >> literally the first time that i'm here inside of yoshi's. >> it was january 12th when the two were nearly killed by a train crossing the street on the way to a venue. he was filling in for another band member that night. he spent two months in intensive care and is still recovering. >> i have to give credit to highland hospital. they saved my life at first. apparently i was bleeding to death, you know. so they found the cause of it. it turned out to be my spleen which was ruptured, you know, just bleeding. >> it has been a long road of recovery for mark and david. some call it miraculous. >> i would not call it anything else because nothing else makes sense for two people to get hit
by a train and both survive. close friend michael held a benefit concert after the accident and the all-stars was born. the group released an album called raise the mark to cover the cost of medical bills. they will perform with mark on wednesday night. >> it is a welcome back to mark. this is his first time playing the songs. it is actually all of our first time playing the songs together and live. so it will be a special event. >> reporter: as for david, he is officially back full-time with tower of power, recently performing with the band in las vegas. they're currently on tour overseas in europe. >> we were friends before that accident. of course the accident kind of, you know, bonded us for life now. all i can say is thank you from the bottom of my heart for all of the good thoughts and all of the help for the both of us, you know. >> reporter: mark is extremely excited to get back on stage wednesday night. the all-stars performance
starts at 8:00 on yoshi's and tickets are still available. cristina rendon, ktvu fox 2 news. legendary new orleans singer and pianist fats domino has died. ♪[music] ♪ ain't that a shame ♪ >> he passed away yesterday afternoon of natural cases. he was born and raised in new orleans and first broke out into the rock and roll scene in the late 1940s. blueberry hill and ain't it a shame were his hits. he was 89 years old. the time is 8:26. raising money for fire victims in the north bay. the big-name entertainers that are teaming up for a benefit concert. >> reporter: the process of removing toxic debris from the homes devastated by the wildfires are now under way in the north bay. still slow in many areas, including the east bay commute. we will tell you more about
>> welcome back to mornings on 2. at 8:29. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> i'm mike mibach. good morning. we will get to sal in just a bit. first let's say hello to steve paulson. a toasty one out there again, steve. >> yes, indeed. >> yes. not feeling it in here. we have the studio doors open. >> we still have a slight off shore breeze. yesterday though we had gusts 44, 45 miles per hour along parts of the coast. also up in the oakland hills.
nothing compared to that right now. i mean, there is still a breeze. an easterly component, even going into the city. temperatures well above average. we're not expecting too many record highs. could be a few. mountain view and san jose are the closest. if that breeze holds then everybody could be close. 70s and 80s and 90s. it could be warmer towards santa cruz. these are down. there were some areas near 80 degree at this time. most locations are cooler from one to ten. napa airport the coolest compared to 24 hours ago. they are down ten degrees. high pressure is slow to give way here. it won't may any time soon although a system is punching in well to the north. it will back off every so slowly. in the next few days, it will be lots of sunshine and warm temps. gradually cooling over the coast and bay. probably all the way into the weekend. 70s and 80s and near 90. sal, i know south bay usually
about this time, you head down that direction. any change today? you have to click that mic on, buddy. you have to click the mic on. there you go. go to the backup. >> going to the backup mic, steve. >> no problem. it happened to me before. >> can you hear me. >> i sure can. >> that's why we have backup mics. >> exactly. >> let's take a look at highway 24 westbound. we're going to start there. you were asking me about the backup, steve, about the south bay. and we will get to the south bay commute in just a bit. this is a look at the east bay commute. the traffic is going to be busy here. still at the bay bridge toll plaza as well. going to see some slow traffic there. also going to see the flags out there. not a particularly windy in san francisco. northbound 101, 880, pardon me, is slow out of san leandro. it slows at 238 and stays that way all the way to about the brick wall. then it breaks free for the ride into downtown oakland.
southbound 880 is beginning to loosen up a little bit between hayward and de coto road. we asked about the south bay, steve asked about it. 85 slightly better. i would say it is still slow north of 87 up to cupertino. and 280 is slow from about baskum to cupertino. very heavy right now. this is the peak of the south bay commute. at 8:32, back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. cal fire expects to have all four of the big north bay fires completely contained before the weekend. the latest numbers show the atlas fire that started near lake berryessa is 96% contained. they are concerned about the hot conditions out there and dry weather. they would be more worried if the winds picked up again. the cleanup is underway in the north bay as homeowners look to rebuild. christien kafton is live with more on the clean-up of the
toxic debris. >> reporter: the process of removing the toxic debris getting underway. on saturday the governor signed an order to begin removing the toxic waste that poses an immediate threat to the public following the wildfires. epa, county and state officials are surveying homes for items such as batteries, flammable materials, asbestos, paint and dangerous materials. it is a critical first step towards cleaning up and rebuilding the 6700 home that's burned in the north bay wildfires. meanwhile homeowners who have lost everything are showing up here this morning, hoping to get the nontoxic debris removal process started. >> i'm not seeing any hitches right now. i'm just hoping that everybody gets on board and that the federal government and the state government, the local agencies have the opportunity to start their work, get the sites cleared, get everything ready to go. >> reporter: the doors for the
right of entry program for the army corps to begin the nontoxic debris program opened at 9:00 this morning. in santa rosa, christien kafton, ktvu fox 2 news. our question of the day, have you made any changes since the north bay wildfires sparked up? 2% have bought fire insurance. 5% have cleared dry brush. 23% prepared a go bag. and 70% chimed in and said you haven't done anything at all. let us know what you think by voting on twitter and comment on the ktvu facebook page. people who lived and worked in sonoma county before the recent wildfires may be eligible for money and food under a federal program. starting today people that can provide proof that they lived or worked there before the fires can apply for cal fresh benefits. the amount of money each family is eligible for is based on family income. some big entertainers will take part in a benefit concert for the fire victims. meeting tall coo and dave
matthews will perform on november 9th. tickets go on sale online on friday. some of the best seats will be reserved for fire survivors, first responders and volunteers. here is a chance to help those affected by the fires. chipotle mexican grill at the san francisco and north bay locations will donate 100% of proceeds to fire efforts. customers just need to visit a visiting restaurant and mention the north bay wildfires to the cashier before you pay. warriors star klay thompson is pledging a donation for fire relief based on how many points he scores. he says he will donate $1,000 for every point he scores in the warriors next three games at oracle. he is also encouraging fans to pledge a donation of their own. so far this season he is averaging 21 points per game. police at stanford
university are investigating reports of a sexual assault that happened on campus monday night. >> jessie gary is joining us live from the san jose studio. there have been three sexual assaults reported at the university so far this academic year. >> reporter: that is exactly right. i checked in with the department of public safety. they posted an alert about the alleged rape late tuesday. it happened on monday on the east side of campus. let's take a look at our video. no names or genders have been released so far. investigators say the victim and the attacker know each other. i checked in with public safety in the last hour. i'm told so far no arrests have been made. as mike said, there was one rape reported in july and two more over the past month on campus. last year, there were 33 reported rape cases at stanford and 25 the year before that. and stanford was listed in the top ten among colleges and universities with at least ten rape cases on campus. this was back in 2014. we will continue reaching out to university officials to try
to get more information about the crime and if an arrest is made we will report back to you during the day. live in the san jose studio, jessie gary, ktvu fox 2 news. >> thank you, jessie. we will move to the east bay where police in pleasanton say a high school student has been arrested for having a loaded handgun on campus. police were called at 11:15 monday morning and found the student who did in fact have a loaded gun. he was arrested and taken to juvenile hall. they do not know why he had the gun with him. according to the bay area news group, an 8th grade male student left school without permission after the principal asked to search his backpack. the student was stopped while walking from the school and during a search police say they found an unloaded hand gun as well as marijuana. new at 8:00, work crews are clearing out one of two homeless camps near berkeley this morning. it is at 63rd street at martin
luther king way. bart owns this parcel of land. and the transit agency issued 72-hour eviction notices over the weekend. workers wearing masks and gloves started to remove items from the camp such asthma trees, clothing and other belongings of people living there. >> we began to go to each tent and inform the people that it was time to leave. we gave them time to gather their belongings. and to vacate the premises. >> there is a second homeless camp on bart property called the here there camp. a judge issued a temporary restraining order preventing bart from evicting people at that particular camp. an officer injured in a hit and run collision in oakland. the search now underway for the driver. good morning. right now, traffic is going to be busy if you are driving on the commute in san jose. that is southbound 280 on the left. and you can see traffic is slow.
new questions about why air canada ignored orders at sfo while trying to land. the flight from montreal was first clear today land but when the plane was about six miles out an air traffic controller wasn't sure if another plane would clear the runway in time so he aborted the landing and gave six orders to go around. the air canada flight landed without incident and the f.a.a. said the pilot reported a problem with the radio. >> someone who is experienced in places like san francisco, when i don't hear anything on a frequency for more than 30 seconds, there is something wrong. >> the f.a.a. says a radar replay shows the airline that arrived before the flight was clear of the runway when that air canada flight landed. at 12:30 this afternoon, we will air a special on police chiefs. i sat down with the chiefs of oakland, san jose and san francisco for a round table conversation about a number of big issues affecting the
communitiesment one focused on california becoming a sanctuary state. >> california is a sanctuary state now, effective january 1st of next year. will you direct your officers to cooperate with federal, with ice agents? >> absolutely not. i'm very familiar with the bill. i read through it many times, all of the amendments it had. i think they were very careful towards the end to try to balance. >> switched it up a little bit. >> i think they listened to the voices and were very careful about balancing protecting the rights of our hardworking immigrants. at the same time, protecting the rights of residents had of community. >> will we violate or disregard federal law? no. i this i we have to abide by federal law. we will. but also our city's policy and values are clear in terms of protecting the rights of people that are in our city. >> it is unfortunate because the fear is real.
and that impacts public safety, when people are afraid to call 911 or work with us and be in partnership with us because they're afraid of us. of us. >> other topics we talked about, use of force, recruiting, stolen service weapons, whether or not officers should be fired if it happens to them. again, watch on the record bay area police chiefs today at 12:30 on ktvu. in hawaii starting today you can get a ticket for texting while you cross the street. a new city ordinance in honolulu makes it illegal for pedestrians to look at electronic devices while crossing the street. it includes cell phones, laptops, video games, text messaging devices and even cameras. >> your eyes looking down at a phone so dangerous when you're crossing the street. we have a lot of pedestrians getting hit on the island and nationwide. it is a problem. distracted driving is a problem. this is the beginning step. >> first time violaters can be find 15 to $35 there. is one exception to the law.
pedestrians can use electronic devices any time to contact 911. let's check in on the commute and say hello to sal. or we could go back to gasia. >> or my face. i think sal would be a better choice here. there we go. >> i'm not sure about that. >> i'm positive. >> there is a certain population that would rather see you. we won't get into that. let's take a look at highway 24. and right now traffic is going to be still slow in lafayette as you drive through highway 24 in orinda. but you will see slow traffic on the oakland side as well. people have made it through the tunnel. there is congestion, which is, you know, ordinary. i think you're probably used to it. when you get to the bay bridge, there is also congestion there. 20-minute delay or so before you make it on to the span and the traffic will be okay getting into san francisco. this is 880 north and southbound. 880 as you can see northbound is backed up. and i'll tell you it is backed up from about 238. i can also show you on the map, just a little bit actually before 238. you can see all of the red
here. the problem is, you know, use 580. well, 580 is a little slow as well getting up to the lake shore curve. that's what you're dealing with. let's talk about 680. still slow getting out of sunol out of the pleasanton area. the south bay continues to be slow. it is just kind of a normal thing for it to be extremely slow after 7:00 on all of the roads getting up to sunnyvale, cupertino and mountain view. today is no different. 8:46. let's bring in steve with the weather. >> thank you, sal. another sunny and warm day on tap. not as hot as yesterday. it will still be way above average for this time of year which is around 66 to 74, approximately. we will be more in the 80s to near 90. these are the records yesterday. sfo, oakland airport, mountain view and san jose. san jose what the warmest at 94 degrees. half moon bay made it to 92 yesterday. they won't see that today. these are some of the records we need to beat today. i don't think so for oakland
airport or sfo. they will be warm. almost 18 degrees above average. mountain view will be close along with san jose. 89 the forecast. the record is 90. santa rosa, excuse me. the record is 96. that won't happen. that won't happen. san jose and mountain view will be close. 50s and 60s on the temps. and a few 40s. fairfield and santa rosa coming in at 49. high pressure is here and not backing off any time soon. southern california, l.a. is already 78 degrees. san diego, 74. the excessive heat advisory is out. that is continuing down there. and also you can look up towards heat advisory san luis obispo and into santa barbara. 30 in truckee. you see the front moving in. it will star to erode. still above average. lighter winds but off shore. not turning westerly. we're looking for 70s and 80s
>> take another look at stocks. the dow started flat but is now down losing one hundred points. uber has been hit by a complaint by some of the former female employees over pay and workplace discrimination. the two former uber engineers filed a complaint. among the agencies the women say they were ranked by attractiveness by their male colleagues. they also say they were paid unfairly. it may be a step towards a class action lawsuit against uber. the san francisco based ride sharing company has yet to
comment on the complaint. dozens of former tesla workers and their supporters protested at the company's plant in fremont yesterday. they spoke out against the company's recent firing of hundreds of employees. tesla says it let the workers go who didn't do well in an annual review. but the workers instead say they were fired for trying to organize auon. when alameda county supervisor is calling on tesla to reconsider the decision to fire the workers. tesla says about 17% of its workforce at the factory received promotions based on good performance. americans say they would be far more productive workers if they had more sleep. the employment website glass door conducted a survey in which two thirds of respondents say they would be better employees with more sleep. researchers say flexible work schedules are increasing that can blur the lines between when work begins and when it ends. let's say your boss texts you at 10:00 at night or 6:00 in the morning and that can
negatively affect the amount of rest that an employee gets and needs. many say they get less than 8 hours of sleep a night. pending home sales are down across the bay area and the state. according to a new survey, here in the bay area, the number of pending sales fell 10.8% on a year over year basis in september. the survey says that's the largest regional drop in the state. and may be due to the ongoing housing shortage and high prices. statewide pending sales fell by 6%. a new freddie mac survey found that 76% of millennials in august thought that renting was more affordable than buying a home. that is up slightly from 75% in september of 2016. rents certainly are pretty high here in the bay area. the survey also found across the country rents are not rising as much as they had been over the recent years. here is a story that might leave some wine lovers a little disappointed. an alcohol industry organization is announcing that this year's global wine production will drop to its
lowest level since 1961. production is expected to fall 8% from last year. the organization blames wildfires across the u.s., certainly including the north bay fires in napa and sonoma counties and extreme weather in companies such as france, italy and spain for ruining crops and reducing harvests. the wine industry says a drop in production will also lead to job cuts worldwide. toy makers are once again sending their top products to one of the biggest toy sellers. toys r us is now receiving shipments in the latest and greatest toys justify as the holiday shopping season is getting underway. toys r us had stopped receiving shipments from half of the suppliers before filing for bankruptcy last month. it sells more toys than any other company in the country except wal-mart. but there are concerns about the ability of toys r us to retain suppliers because it owes them more than $5 billion. if you're trying to keep your home safe for children
with allergies in halloween, you may need to double check labels. according to the national allergy medical group, ingredients in the bite size candies may be different than what is found in the regular sized version of the regular treat. another concern is while name brand candies are processed in peanut free facilities less expensive versions may be packaged in place that's are not as strict. children with severe problems, carry an epipen with you and look for the teal colored pumpkins. that means that there are noncandy treats available. still to come, a waiter refuses to serve oakland a's catcher bruce maxwell in his home state of alabama. we will tell you why coming up. n:3:3:3
no injuries were reported, and the cause of the fire is under investigation. all ways of 880 and fremont are now open following a fatal accident this morning. this happened in the northbound lanes near automall parkway. they say the suv struck the center divide and overturned and caught fire. at least one person was killed. because -- the cause is unknown. oakland police are searching for driver who hit a police officer last night and off. this happened around eight 30 near sunnyside street and 96th avenue. the officer was trent order to the hospital, but oakland police tell us that he is expected to be okay. as of right now, police have not released any statements about a possible suspect. oakland a's catcher bruce maxwell got backlash for taking a knee during the national
anthem. he was -- he was the only baseball player who took a knee. a server refused to wait on him. the server said that he voted for president trump and supports what he stands for. the player was born on a military base and said he knelt to stand up against social injustice. : her neck is still looking for an nfl job, but he may have landed a million-dollar book deal. they say there is no deal yet. he has been meeting with new york publishers about writing a book. he recently filed a grievance against the nfl accusing owners of collusion and not signing him because of his social activism. the dodgers beat the astros in game 1. >> the hottest post season game
and mlb history, that has lifted way out of here and left. that starts the world series for chris taylor. >> chris taylor gave the doctors an immediate jolt in their first world series game since 1988. clayton kershaw delivered a signature performance. the astros were only able to get three hits off of kershaw. players weren't the only players -- stars. lady gaga was among the entertainers along with marielle lopez. other entertainers included rob lowe, george lopez, vin scully, jerry seinfeld, along with the dodgers co-owner magic johnson. you can watch game number two of the world series right here on ktvu fox 2 . the 4 on 2
starts at four clock. today at 9:00, a look at the momentum of the need to campaign and need to raise awareness for sexual assault. we are live with joe carefully took part in the first form for the democratic government -- governor. legal recreation sales for marijuana are about to begin in a couple months. born antoine domino junior, we came to know him as fats domino. we are said to report that his family announced he died yesterday of natural causes. he had blueberry hill, ain't that a shame, i'm walking, it seems like every
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