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we are live at the scene of a deadly shooting that happened late last night. what we know about the shooting and the search for the suspect in this crime. unsafe working conditions around new mothers and babies. the new complaint filed by nurses working at kaiser permanente in san francisco. this is ktvu 'mornings on 2'. >> we are going to my hometown this morning. san diego. do we know which beach that is? >> does it matter? does it matter? >> it could be carlsbad. any of them are good. >> the weather is a little iffy. >> looks like a little june gloom in july down in san francisco. a high of 78. , con is down there. the turf
meets the star as steve likes to say. >> i just drop my microphone. good morning and thank you for joining us. >> let's get over to steve. >> it was opening day yesterday. >> opening day. we used to spend the beach and then you go to the track. you bring your beach chair. >> you have to wear your big hat. >> was a good time. we have fog and son. most of the clouds or north or south. inland it is warm and hot for some. san francisco is slightly below average. we'll check in at 65. averages 66. we've been consistent the last few days. not much of a change. last friday was above average. 86. plenty of low clouds and fog. that's going to translate into near-normal temperatures for some. gusts still to 30.
onshore ed davis. it looks like it is going to be a cooler here today. 50s and 60s for temperatures. 60s already for saratoga and santa clara. upper 80s to low 90s. some of the cloud cover is tropical and continues to stay to the cell. we'll see if it swings in. tahoe, if you're going up there this weekend, be advised. on sunday, they could get in on some of us tropical clouds. watch out on that. 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s. it is pretty normal out there. if you drive to work everyday this time, you notice that the traffic is about normal at the bay bridge. it's about a 25 to 30 minute delay. once you make it onto the spin, it looks okay. a better time in the san mateo
bridge. yesterday we had a crash. today it looks a lot more normal. in the east bay, 880 is flying from hayward to fremont. 680 between concorde and walnut creek, you have some smiling. 24 looks good. the south bay, the approaches to the west valley are all filling in. it is choir incident was today. the normal commute is developing . let's go back to the death. >> thank you, sal. sheriff deputies are still looking for a suspect in a deadly shooting. this happened in el sobrante last night. investigators are still at the scene. that's where allie rasmus has been all morning long. investigators, are they giving you any information at this point? >> reporter: investigators are calling this i homicide. that is the latest word from the office. they are confirming that one man died. this happened in this area here behind us. this is a private driveway that
is directly off of san pablo dam road. you can see from the tape that the three homes off of this area is closed off to us as part of this investigation. the body was found on the gravel driveway right next to the silver sedan that you can see there. the sergeant tells me this happened between 10:00 and 11:00 last night. a resident in a home nearby called police to report gunfire. one neighbor said she heard multiple shots fired last night. when deputies arrived, they found a man dead in the driveway. investigators say they have interviewed several neighbors as witnesses. they have no one in custody as a suspect right now. investigators do not know the circumstances surrounding the shooting. there has been no motive determined. investigators are still on the scene. the sergeant says they will likely be here for some time. again, this is happening off of san pablo dam road in el
sobrante. this is not impacting traffic in this area because it is on a driveway. the sergeant says they plan to be out here for some time this morning. there is at least half a dozen investigators parked in this area. no arrests and no motive yet. live in el sobrante, allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. >> thank you. we are anticipating news about 22 soldiers who are recovering after a collapse last night. this happened about 70 miles southeast the big her. helicopter was landing when the wind cause the tent to cave in and collapse. most of the people were treated at the scene. four soldiers had to be taken to the hospital. this occurred during an annual training exercise for thousands of military members. the base
will be holding a news conference in about an hour. this is the largest arm as reserve command post -- army reserve companion hose. -- command post. there'll be a meeting to discuss how police are using data to discuss how police questioned different minority group. oakland police are more likely to's top african-american men than other group. there are several speaker separate tonight. this is on fallon street. it runs from 6:00 to 8:00 tonight. we'll examine the comments made by henrik a member of the police department about the validity of the study in the next half hour. berkeley police need some help identifying a peeping tom.
he has been seed in the south campus neighborhood. he scared a young woman inside a home. a surveillance camera captured the man probably back and forth for a good 15 minutes. a 21-year-old senior says she was getting ready for bed when she saw a man outside her window around 1:45 early saturday morning. >> i had my pajamas on. i looked outside the window and i just saw a man holding his [null]. and then i ran out of my room. >> police describe the man as white and between the age of 25 and 30. investigators are trying to determine if he is responsible for other incidents. they are concerned he may strike again. officers are asking anyone who sees him or knows him to not approach him but called the police immediately. police are looking for this man who was seen peering through a bedroom window on waverley street near post street
last wednesday. a homeowner saw prowler looking into a bedroom for several minutes. please try to track him down but he got away. anyone that might recognize this man, you are urged to give police a call. nurses in the maternity ward say they are unsafe. the nurses blame understaffing according to the san francisco examiner. they say nurses have had to leave patients because they regularly have more patience than national guidelines recommend. the nurses filed a complaint with the department of health. officials told the newspapers the claims are untrue and that the hospital is proud of the care it provides. today we should find out the proposed rates for health coverage for covered california next year. the market place will announce proposed rates along with plans this morning. it is expected that rates will
go up for third straight year. premiums have increased over 12% the past 2 years. a few months ago, officials warned that rates would more led likely increase thanks to jingoist -- changes from congress. a board is expected to vote on a spending plan that will cut tuition. the board will meet a gay -- today in san francisco. $60 is the amount of a surcharge to pay legal bills. that just expired. even a small decrease is welcomed for students with been lobbying. >> to me it is still great. i advocated a lot at the state level. i went to a bunch of different comments. it is nice to know it is paying
off. >> the cut would bring annual tuition and fees down to $12,570. up next, we have an updated safety report from the tesla factory in fremont. the improvements the company says it has made this year after several workplace accidents. president trump plans to hold a military parade in november. just how much it could talk -- cost taxpayers for that event. well, it is not a terrible commute but you do have some slowing out there on 80 westbound. you can see the slowing there. when you get to the bay bridge there is slow traffic. we have traffic and weather will come back with more of fox news at 7:00 starts now. -- 'mornings on 2'.
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the gop is expected to bring up a proposal by progressive democrats that would have abolished i.c.e. some lawmakers that the plan might backfire. instead, the republicans came up with a measure to praise i.c.e. 133 democrats protested. a spending bill in the house would give the proposed border wall abused. a revealed yesterday -- it was revealed yesterday. this is more than the $1.6 billion in the senate version. this suggests a potential budget showdown could be looming. north korea has not returned any of the remains of americans killed in korea during the 50s. president trump said some of the reminds had been returned but now mike pompeo says that is not the case. he says they could start being returned in the next few weeks and he says it could take months or years to identify any
of the remains. the pentagon says nearly 7700 servicemen are missing from the korean conflict. more than 5000 are believed to still be in north korea. a woman suspected of being a russian agent has been ordered to stay in jail until her trial. prosecutors were concerned that she might try to leave the country. the prosecutors say maria butina was sent here on behalf of russian officials to gain information on u.s. political institutions. she used sex and deception to forge influential connections and was likely in contact with kremlin operatives. she pled not guilty and is set to return to court next week. russian president vladimir putin is calling the summit a success. early this morning, president putin accused president trump's opponents of hampering progress on the issues they had discussed. he claims relations between the two countries are worse now than they were during the cold war.
he also claimed unnamed forces in the u.s. are trying to prevent improvement in relations . time magazine unveiled the latest cover this morning. it is a photo president trump and russian president vladimir putin morphed into one person. the issue cover comes after the two leaders summit earlier this week. president trump's request for a parade in d.c. will cost an estimated $12 million. this is about as much as the canceled joint exercises with south korea. he said that was tremendously expensive. it is set to take place november 10. it coincides with the anniversary of world war i. the pentagon is still planning the event. let's get to sal and check the roads. how are we doing? >> we are okay especially compared to yesterday. people had a tough commute. today is a lot better.
we are looking at some of these drives. the richman bridge seems to have improved since last time we sought just a little bit of slowing here in the lanes. i don't want to mislead you. it's not great but it is better than it was a few moments ago. maybe there is something of the road. i'm going to start checking to see if something is blocking traffic. i will check on that. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. traffic is moving along okay. no problems getting onto the bridge. and speaking in checking, there isn't anything a 580 right now locking that approach. this is a look at the san mateo bridge. traffic is normal here. today is much better. when you get to the peninsula, we have had an uneventful ride on 101 and 280. we have northbound 880 on the on ramp, there is a crash that could slow traffic down in the area. let's bring steve in with the
forecast. thank you, sir. the forecast is really hot or foggy in on the cool side. there's a big fog bank again. plenty of low clouds. it is misty as well for a few people. nothing new. heavy-duty fog and damp. 55 degrees. take a look. i see 54. that's close enough. 53 healdsburg. 52 in cloverdale. mid-50s for bodega bay. everyone is pretty close here. 57 in american canyon. plenty of low clouds. up 101 and also 29, temperatures there are really in the 70s and 80s. 60s for son. if you high clouds but mostly sunny. near-normal temperatures inland. i think we picked out yesterday. it will still pretty -- be pretty warm. low clouds and fog and they are
not going anyway. they are helped along by another onshore breeze or wind. that is cooking for travis. that tell me is they'll be in the low 90s probably. the higher clouds just did a split. part went straight into the pacific. 50s and 60s here. you can see some higher clouds. overall, i think we are in between that. maybe tomorrow they will take attorney come back in our direction. today sunny to mostly sunny. the fog may take a while to burn off. 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s. a little cooler than yesterday. some temperatures are really stuck. except for some higher clouds and fog, temps will slide back to near average levels by the weekend. thank you, steve. >> any time. coming up next, dividing up california into three separate states. the reason you won't have a chance to vote on that possible change come november. and mark zuckerberg is on
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robbing a parlor. later tonight, we'll break down the situation surrounding a key event. we have a new crash in marin county on 101. we are look at some other commutes here. this is 101 southbound coming through to central san rafael. a big difference in the temperatures again. there is still a decent fog bank that will keep some on the cooler side. others will still be hot. we'll take a look at those numbers. there is a look at that gray over the bay, if i don't say. if yyou need to stay downeaway from it. call 911. let our first responders come out and handle it. police and fire will respond as well as pg&e. pg&e will make the scene safe. ♪
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this is ktvu 'mornings on 2'. >> good morning and happy thursday. good to have you on board. >> good morning. i am pam cook. dave and gasia are off. >> it is our ibm uniform day. [ laughter ] even sal joined in. >> it is very foggy and cool for some. i do believe some of you topped out yesterday. a little cooler in lake county. what? a little cooler? it is still going to be hot. it was 108 yesterday. we are looking for 102 today. we'll take it. i don't blame you. was really hot for some.
mount house, 103. larry bassett -- fog and son mostly sunny. -- sun and mostly sunny. there is enough of a fog bank here and also enough of an onshore breeze that we are just really near average on the temperatures. as long as this holds out to travis, temperatures will be that hot even in lynn. concorde and livermore have yet to have a 100 degree temperature this july. not yet. not yet. 50s and 60s on the temperatures. upper 50s and 60s for the east bay. rogge, 59 degrees. that's where the activity is. some of that might rotate back in tomorrow. 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s.
here he is with the blue tie telling us that traffic as -- >> it was a little slow, steve. >> okay. we had an accident reported in marin county. that's where we will start. southbound 101 near st. vincent. there was a crash and they quickly got on the way. traffic is recovering. it was lighter but now everybody is getting through. i was looking at this picture and it looked light. it is a little heavier down to the civic center. some people are going to the golden gate bridge will find fog. and on the other side, you can see the traffic is all right. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. it is backed up. it is a typical 20 minute delay or so. 880 is beginning to fill in. as you drive up north to the brick wall, 580 still very slow. this has become a normal thing. it will stay slow from tracy all the way into the past.
looks like i have the wrong picture up here. there we go. this is what i want to. northbound 280 up to highway 17. that is moving well. and the sun is shining. back to the desk. new details on a developing story out of el sobrante. deputies confirm they are looking for gunman in a deadly shooting on san pablo dam road. this happened after 10:00 last night. someone on the body of a man laying on a private driveway. since then, investigators have been on the scene trying to figure out if you shot inside or outside the home. allie rasmus is talking to detectives and will bring us a live update at the top of they are. the city of oakland will hold a town on -- hall meeting focused on rebuilding trust between the police and the community. a high-ranking officer made
unpopular comments. leigh martinez joins us now from the newsroom with a preview of the form to discuss this.>> reporter: yes, the comments made by the assistance please chief caused audible gasps. this will likely be a topic of discussion tonight. this will discuss how police are using some of the scientific research and analysis in their policing in oakland. a study found that opd officers are more likely to stop and search black people than any other racial group. the police chief shock the audience tuesday when he said the racial bias exists because some groups commit more crimes than others. >> you have to focus in on those that are committing the crimes. we have to use intelligence as driven by communities of
communication. what they are telling us. who was calling the police a what are they reporting. who is identifying suspects that were following up on. i feel like the disparity, obviously, exist based on who commits crimes. >> activists for the size the study is a waste of money saying the police did to be responsible for their own reform. the mayor of oakland issued a statement in support of the research quote, i'm stunned that a councilmember could a vote against a study of such importance. it is bad enough we have a president who wants us to delegitimize science, ignore fact, and govern from impulse. we cannot follow suit in oakland. the meeting will feature the police chief and the mayor of oakland. it will be held at the theater on phelan street. this starts from 6:00 tonight until 8:00. leigh martinez, ktvu fox 2 news.
>> thank you. the family of a girl says she was molested a child care facility inside travis air force base. the mother was in tears yesterday outside the base. the family has filed a federal claim against the base. this is a precursor to a bigger lawsuit. base -- they say that the supervision was lax as the girl was assaulted at least twice. >> none of the policies or procedures were done of my daughter's behalf. we are not going to be quiet about this. >> travis air force base says the center is accredited and runs -- is run by civilians. upon notification immediate action was taken to inform effective families and engage proper agencies to thoroughly
investigate the incident and review the procedures. a man accused of raping four woman while posing as a rideshare drivers in san francisco is set to return to court this morning to be a rain. the 37-year-old is facing several counts. i.c.e. says he is not an undocumented immigrant from peru. they want to know how he passed a background check even though he was suspected of living in the country illegal. bail has been revoked and he has been ordered to remain in jail. also happening today, there is a court hearing in san mateo county for arson suspect accused of leading authorities on a chase from half moon bay to atherton. the 32 new-year-old -- the 39- year-old is accused of starting two different fires. she says it was about this on
the -- a zombie apocalypse. she says she did nothing wrong and she feared that police were going to shooter. the footage has been deleted from that account. police are trying to find who is responsible for breaking into a shipping container and stealing baby clothing. this began in the east bay 20 years ago. it has customers including aisha curry. last weekend a container from china that was parked at union city warehouse was ransacked 2500 pieces of clothing were stolen. they had a real tail price of nearly $100,000. the owner worries the clothing will be sold at flea markets. >> that's what we are afraid of. it will have a big impact to our branding. it hasn't even reached the market yet. >> the company thinks the
thieves are professional group that likely used heavy equipment and a high powered drill to break into the container. the company is offering a reward for information about the staff. police are releasing images of an armed robbery at in oakland mahjong parlor. investigators hope someone can identify these people and help save the case. they storm that gaming hall last april they robbed 14 people of cash, cell phones, and valuables. they shoved some victims to the ground. a man will be sentenced later this year for providing material support to isis. the 23-year-old was arrested on identity theft charges in 2016. his attorney says he is a
foolish young man but had no intention to carry out any plots. he pled guilty to the charges and will be sentenced in november. berkeley police arrested a homeless man who broke into a house where the resident was out of town. this happened in the elmwood neighborhood. the homeowner asked them to check on the house when his cleaning service called him to report a man was inside and told them to take the day off. when police arrived, they found an unlocked window and personal items i didn't belong to the homeowner. they found the man inside the home showering. he was arrested and is being held on several charges including drug possession and trespassing. the former sever cisco mayor received a special honor last night -- san francisco mayor received a special honor last night from bill clinton. >> people are better off, the children have a better future, we are coming together instead of being torn apart. if that is the test, willie brown has been a great public
servant. >> i did not get any place i myself. there been so many people who have been part of a -- what i am about. >> the ceremony kept the final night of the hundred and ninth naacp convention in texas. brown received the metal that recognizes outstanding achievement by an african- american. both clinton and brown talked about the importance of bringing people together from opposing countries to different racial groups. he is attacks of native too. that was big night. coming up next, a documentary about the northbay wildfires is hitting the streets tonight in santa rosa. coming up at 8:00, the benefit the movie will have to the fire relief efforts. alles later attendance.
the future of the program -- elevator attendance. the future of that program. southbound 101 is seeing a little bit of slowing here. as we go down, you can see it is a little slow coming through. we'll tell you more about these commutes when we come back. and we'll tell you about a lot of low clouds and fog. for some of us it will both -- be warming. the temperatures are little below average for some.
this is that a hospital center in the nation's capital. police are not confirming there is a shooting but it is a very fluid situation. a developing situation. we'll give you an updated -- update and have more coming up. the time now is 7:44. people were forced to take cover during the morning commute after a steam pipe exploded. you can see stuff like through the air in the flatiron district. cars are covered in mud. there is a large crater right in the middle of the street in manhattan. buildings were evacuated and so far no reports of injuries that happen this morning. surveillance cameras caught in apparent attack as it was being committed. the video is difficult to watch. this is a 72-year-old man walking on martin luther king way near university. he was attacked from behind.
six to eight young man knocked him to the ground. they kicked him a number of times over and over again. the victim managed to pull out his cell phone and called 911. he was hospitalized with broken bones. >> this is an appalling attack. it is certainly somebody that age -- or anybody that age shouldn't be attacked that way. >> police are working with other agencies to see if they sold message up to other cases. -- assault matches up to other cases. officers are asking the public to keep an eye out for a minivan. nevada will have a third stop on the route between sonoma and marin county. trains are expected to start pulling into downtown novato station late next year. there currently two stations in novotny -- novato. trains will alternate between
stopping at the downtown or the sam ryan drive exit. a pilot program that puts elevator attendance in two stations is being somewhat well- received. is being extended through november of next year. started in april. it was set to last six months but bart says the data collected along with customer feedback has been over a link -- overwhelmingly positive. this is funded by part. -- bart. let's get you outside and find out how we are doing traffic lights. good morning. >> frank, good morning. we are okay this morning. it seems to be an improvement over yesterday. southbound 101 traffic is looking pretty good coming around the turn there to 580 and eventually to the golden gate bridge. nothing unusual. fog near the robin williams
tunnel. you can see traffic here on 80 westbound is going to be all right. 34 minutes to get there. that's what i pretty much expect at this time of the morning at the bay bridge, we have a 25 minute delay. that's also pretty typical. this is 880 northbound passing the coliseum. 580 is still slow over the past. also on 205. 880 south between hayward and union city it is slow. this is 280 in san jose. the approach has been busy but nothing out of the ordinary. let's bring steve in at the forecast. what time is it? >> it is 13 minutes before the top of the hour. >> thank you. we are going back in time one year. one year, july 2017. let's go to livermore. on the 14th it was 92. the 15th, 101 on the 16th, 102. bennett dropped on the 17th and 18th. there were seven days last july
that were 100 degrees or higher for livermore. so far this month, not one. okay? the hottest temperature they have had is 96. last july was hotter. i can't see the tower there due to the fog. the height of the tower is 1070 feet. the fog bake -- bank is below that. it makes a strong surge. a couple of high clouds down there but mostly sunny overall. what is average? 66, 54. they have been stuck at about 65, 66 for 5 days. the airport has been stuck at 78 for 5 days. 86 is the record high. not that warm. a lot of low clouds and fog. afresh delta trees. a westwind gusts of 30 at travis. i think we did max out for some
of you. it will still be hot. not as hot as yesterday. 50s and 60s on the thames. danville is at 58 degrees. a few high clouds to the north. they decided to head out to the west in central california. some might rotate back tomorrow. mostly sunny on these temperatures. today 60s and 70s. cooler on the coast and bay. 90 through the interior. otherwise, a quiet and cooler pattern as we go into the weekend. >> steve, thank you. plans for a prime piece of real estate. we'll break down the major changes that could soon be underway at fort scott. let's check in for a look at what is coming on 'mornings on 2'. there is a new science when it comes to raising children. what researchers found when it comes to children were being raised by two mothers compared to the mother and father.
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an army that is come here tonight to be heard. >> more than 140 survivor's of sexual abuse by that team dr. at michigan state university -- doctor at michigan state university. sarah claim spoke. the abuse began with her 30 years ago. she thanked her survivors for joining her her -- she thanked her sister survivors for joining her on stage. coach is who died protecting students during a school shooting received awards. the families of three coaches at marjory stoneman douglas high school accepted the best coach award in their honor. chloe kim was recognized as the best female athlete. and alex ovechkin who won the playoff mvp award will leading the capitals to their first stanley cup was honored with the best male athlete as well.
the serial stowaway has been ordered to be released from custody. the 66-year-old is facing felony charges after she snuck onto a jet in london without a ticket. she has a long history of sneaking onto airplanes. a judge says she is now fit to stand trial. she will be released to a treatment facility. she also have to wear an ankle monitor and stay way from airports pending that trial. new research finds there is a growing amount of air pollution in the national parks. these pictures were taken yesterday. some visitors are cutting their trip short because of smoke from the ferguson fire. it is not just about fires. researchers studied 33 national parks. they found visitation dropped almost 2% when ozone levels went up and as much as a percent in months with bad air quality.
some parks had pollution levels comparable to new york or los angeles. the last large section of the san francisco proceed you that has not been renovated is in the spotlight this month. the trust received nine proposals for the fort scott site that include an educational facility, development of artificial intelligence, affordable houses -- housing offices, and others. >> it will take somewhere the range of $200 million just to bring the infrastructure, the utilities, as well as renovating the buildings. and left to be done to historic standards. >> that proposal will eventually have to be incorporated into environmental stability. three of the plans submitted seem like they could beat all
the standards. the public is being asked to comment on the plans by next monday. there'll be a final hearing next wednesday. the brady bunch house is now for sale. the home is located in los angeles. it was leased -- used for exterior shots in the 1970s. the owners bought the house for $61,000 or. -- $61,000 in 1963. the house could be yours for $1.9 billion. i remember more of the inside of the house. >> they were short right at the beginning of the show. >> okay. >> they would have a picture of it up and then they would go right inside. >> i guess it is not as croson -- crowded as the full house house. stay with us, coming up
sontra costa county sheriff's deputies are investigating a homicide. they are still looking for the people or person responsible for this. we are following latest developments out of monterey county. nearly 2 -- two dozen soldiers -- this is ktvu 'mornings on 2'. >> good morning. i'm pam cook. we want to check in with steve. some tropical weather expected? >> maybe tomorrow. not so much today. mike, good morning. let's get to it. for some it is hot. for others it is cool. mike is out in cordelia. fog on the hill this morning with wins southwest that 20. gusting to 29 miles per hour.
high temperature yesterday was 88. travis was 95. then you go another eight miles and it was 105. you don't have to go far to find the heat or cooler weather. you can see some of those low clouds there. that's what he was talking about. that is stuck at 78. i think they've been 78 four out of the last five days. for some, it should be 80 degrees. travis still has gusts. that's a robust wind. i think travis will be cooler. 70 already in kelsey ville. mid-50s elsewhere. vallejo, 56. a lot of low clouds. there are a few high clouds. not too many. there is a few towards san jose but overall mostly sunny. 50s and 60s for temperatures. a little slow to warm up for some. clouds might make more of a show tomorrow.
there are few down there. for the most, it is gone offshore. it might slingback tomorrow. mostly sunny after the fog. 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s. sal has been kind of busy. what you see? i see that we had a crash report on the san mateo bridge. it doesn't seem as busy or a serious as yesterday. this time it was in the eastbound direction. they went out there and they didn't find much. they found one vehicle. that's good. because of the emergency vehicle response, we did have some slow traffic out there. westbound 92 is a little bit slow off towards the high-rise and the peninsula. it is slowing down but again, if you had to wait through the traffic yesterday it is not quite as bad. as we look at the alternate route in case you want to get to the bridge, 880 is already slow. that may cut your plans right there. it is slow from near the coliseum down towards downtown. is a 25 minute delay at the bridge itself.
concord to walnut creek, moderate on 24. 580 is getting slow through livermore and dublin. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you. now to some breaking news. offices have been evacuated because of a suspicious package. the newspaper reports someone delivered a package to offices this morning. this was about 40 minutes ago. several police vehicles were on scene and employees were told to evacuate. the editor sent an early morning email to the staff advising them to delay coming to work. the bomb squad was called to clear the package. there is no work -- word on the progress. we also have breaking news other washington, d.c. please have confirmed that they responded to initial reports of an active shooter at washington hospital center campus. there is a look at the area
there. as of now, it does not appear there was a shooting. multiple sources said police were called after a patient who is upset with his doctor made a threat. the first call came just about 40 minutes ago. this is happening about three miles directly north of the u.s. capitol complex. we are keeping an eye on the situation. we'll bring you more information as soon as we get it. back here, sontra costa county sheriff's investors are looking for gunman. allie rasmus has the latest moments from the scene. >> reporter: investigators are calling this a homicide. they confirm one man was killed here. his body was found in this private driveway just off of san pablo dam road next odd silver sedan. there are actually three homes of this driveway. you can see the entire cul-de- sac is closed right now for this investigation. sontra costa county sheriff's
sergeants tell me this happen between 10:00 and last night -- 11:00 last night. one neighbor said she heard multiple shots. one -- when sontra costa county sheriff's deputies arrived they found one man dead in the driveway. right now nobody's in custody. investigators don't know the circumstances surrounding the shooting. the identity of the victim has not been released. all we know is that a man was found shot here. investigators are still at the scene right now. the sergeant says they plan to be here for some time. again, this is in el sobrante off of san pablo dam road. this isn't affecting traffic in this area. it is a private driveway that is closed off for the investigation. again, police are looking for the suspect, the person or
people responsible. no motive has been determined. in el sobrante, allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. we are anticipating to information about the 22 soldiers who are recovering after a large tent collapsed at an army base. this happened last night at fort hunter liggett. a black hawk helicopter was landing at 9:30 last night when the wind from the router caused the tent to collapse. most of the people were treated at the scene. four soldiers had to be taken to the hospital. this occurred during an annual training exercise for thousands of army, navy, our first, and canadian armed forces. the military is expected to provide an update momentarily. will bring you that as soon as it happens. four workers who were injured in pennsylvania. the fire department posted this picture from the depot west of
philadelphia. it says three burn victims were airlifted to the hospital. others were treated at the scene. no word on what caused this explosion. work at the depot faces on missile ground support equipment and recertification. the army says this happened in a paint area. a man accused of raping four women as he up post for rideshare drivers is set to return to court. he was facing several counts of rape and false imprisonment. he is on decremented immigrant from peru. lyft says they want to know how he passed a background check. has bail has been revoked. he has been ordered to remain in jail while awaiting trial. also today, the city of oakland will hold a town hall meeting focused on rebuilding trust between police and the
community. this comes days after member of the police department made controversial comments regarding racial profiling. an -- leigh martinez is in the newsroom this morning with more on the form that is taking place. >> reporter: the comments made by the assistant police chief caused gasps. his remarks will likely be a topic tonight. the meeting will discuss how police are using scientific research to improve policing. a study found opd officers are more likely to stop and search black people than any other racial group. the assistant police chief shock the audience at a public safety meeting when he said the racial implicit bias be -- exists because some groups commit more crimes than others. >> you have to focus on those
who are committing crimes. we have to use intelligence that is driven by communities of communication. what are they telling us? who is calling the police a wire they reporting? -- what are they reporting? it exists base on who commits crimes. >> the committee did not approve to continue working with the researchers. activists criticize the study is a waste of money. they say the police need to be responsible for their own reform. the mayor issued a statement in support of the research. quote, i'm stunned a councilmember could vote against the study of such importance or abstain from a vote of such magnitude. it is bad enough we have a president who wants us to ignore facts and govern from impulse. we cannot follow suit in oakland. the town hall meeting will feature the police chief and the mayor. it will be held at the college theater on fallon street. this runs from 6:00 until 8:00
tonight. leigh martinez, ktvu fox 2 news. fire crews battling that while fire making some progress. the forest service just told us that the fire is now 7% contained. this is up from 5%. it is burnt 32 square miles. more than 100 building s are in danger. one firefighter died. two others are injured. >> the heat has been very significant over the last couple of days. we have been well over hundred of days. we will be for the next couple of weeks. that takes a huge toll on the firefighters. we need to keep them fed, well fed and hydrated. >> highway 140 is closed because of this fire. a documentary about one of the worst disasters in california history will
premiere tonight in sonoma county. that film is called urban inferno. the documentary splices together footage of the fire along with cell phone video taken by evacuees and body camera faded -- footage from sheriff's deputies. there also interviews with people who lost homes. this will be shown at the cinema in santa rosa at 7:00 tonight. proceeds will go to a fire really fun. we'll have the director this morning. nurses in the maternity ward say mother send babies are unsafe. the nurses blame understaffing according to the san francisco examiner. they say nurses have had to leave patients because they regularly have more patience than national guidelines recommend. the nurses filed a complaint with the department of health. officials told the newspapers the claims are untrue and that the hospital is proud of the care it provides. big crowns lined up in san
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spending plan that will cut tuition for the first time in 20 years. the board will meet one day after a tuition decrease was approved by $60 per student. that is the amount of a surcharge used to pay the legal bills. that just expired for students who have been lobbing. a small decrease is welcome. >> to me it is still great. i advocated a lot at the state level. it does feel nice to feel like it is actually paying off. >> the cut would bring annual tuition and fees down from $12,570. new research finds no difference between kids raised by two moms and kids raised by mom and a dad. according to the research, children of lesbians have no more behavioral or emotional
problems than other families and they were no more likely to have diagnosable psychiatric disorders then young adults who were like them in every respect except for the sexual preference of their parents. there may be a connection between dinnertime and your risk of developing cancer. new research suggests people who eat dinner before 9:00 p.m. or two hours before going to sleep have a 20% lower risk of breast and prostrate cancer. this is compared to people after 10 pm -- 10:00 p.m. the researchers aren't sure why but it is the latest sign that bad sleeping and eating habits lead to bad health. and not it -- another study refines young people are more susceptible in developing attention deficit symptoms. this was compiled by researchers from several universities.
they studied teenagers for 2 years. they found even moderate use of devices can lead to an increase in symptoms. researchers say they can confirm a cause-and-effect. the largest pop-culture convention is underway in california. the doors at comic-con 2018 opened about 15 minutes ago. it started as a comic book convention but now it features characters from science fiction movies and other popular art forms. we talked with some fans. they say customs are just one thing that sets it apart from other conventions. >> it is a three was -- b's. >> it is a blast. >> the first comic-con had 300 people attend.
this year, 130,000 people are expected to be there every day until sunday. let's go back over to sal. hopefully no big problems. sal. >> i'm looking at a computer -- commute that is just moderate. we have had crashes but no major crashes. they haven't caused any big problems. we have this routine thing. i do see something that has caught my eye on 80 westbound. looks like there's something here. i don't know what that is. that's nothing usually there. is that a vehicle? anyway, that could be causing slow traffic. kevin will push in on that. what is this? looks like an accident or something. anyway, traffic is kind of stopped here. i'm not sure what is going on. we'll let you know this is a look at the san mateo bridge. traffic is better here. we had an earlier crash. it was really minor. traffic is moderate. 880 north back around looks okay. we have to show you the toll
plaza. give yourself extra time if you're driving through that area. i want to mention traffic has been slow in the east bay on highway four. it has been slow at 680 south. next, we'll take a look at the silicon valley commute. let's bring steve in. thank you, sir. >> you're welcome. >> thank you. it is climate rewind time. we'll take you to leave a mark back to last july. -- livermore back to last july. last july, 92, 101, 102, 81. a big drop there. and 88. july 2017. seven days at 100 degrees or higher. so far this july, not one. 96 four times. concord has yet to have a 100 degree temperature as well. george's freezing. 66 yesterday. i wore three shorts and a flannel.
the fog was slow and thick. cold overnight. for some it is he. for others, they wishing for warm weather. san pablo, richmond, albany dealing with a lot of fog. if you're in that fog, temperatures are probably in the 50s. el cerrito, 60s. 70 already in brentwood. 60 out by the pavilion. they did drop to 55 this morning. plenty of low clouds. most are san jose salt -- south. lakeport, 72. san jose mostly sunny. there are a few high clouds. berkeley is at 57. there is a rather decent delta wind. 24 with gusts to 24. that was not in place yesterday. it was at travis except for a few high clouds, we are looking mostly sunny. some of this to return what
straight out into the pacific. it may pay visit tomorrow. it is looking less likely. 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s . temperature near average to below. a little above inland. should be around 90, 91. high clouds tomorrow but overall looks pretty quiet near- normal temperatures. 60s and 70s around the bay. >> steve, thank you. mark zuckerberg is in the spotlight. how he is defending himself after making confusing remarks about the holocaust. president trump took a tougher stance against vladimir putin. we'll have more on that coming up next.
welcome back to 'mornings on 2'. russian president vladimir putin is calling the summit with president trump a success. early this morning, president a potent accused -- president putin accused president trump's opponents to causing problems. he claimed unnamed forces in the u.s. are trying to prevent improvement in relations. demonstrations continue regarding the comments on russia. the white house is now on damage control. >> reporter: president trump is not generally one to apologize or backtrack. in this instance, the white house is trying to contain the fallout. protest against president trump
in new york last night angered over number of issues. rush is getting new attention. this is all after the summit with russian president vladimir putin and if the president confronted putin. he now tells cbs news he holds president putin responsible. >> i would. his charge -- in charge of the country. certainly, as the leader of a country you would have to hold him responsible. yes. >> reporter: that was on the same date president trump generated more controversy during a meeting. he was asked if russia continues to metal. >> is russia still targeting the u.s.?>> reporter: that was later said that the president wasn't really answering that question. >> i had a chance to speak with the president after the comments. the president said thank you very much was saying no to answering questions.>> reporter: democrats continue to focus on the shifts with calls for
investigations that could entangle the translator in helsinki. >> i believe the committee should hold a hearing with the american translator. they were present during president trump and president putin's private meeting. >> that would be an extraordinary move. summoning someone whose job requires discretion. in washington, fox news. time magazine unveiled the latest cover this morning. it is a photo president trump and russian president vladimir putin morphed into one person. the issue cover comes after the two leaders summit earlier this week. an army pilot and his best friend have done viral. -- gone viral. >> what is that? what is the? what is that? what is that? >> he returned home to illinois
after doing a tour of duty in afghanistan. his golden retriever was let lose. he hid under pillows and blankets. the tail went into take off mode. he went into a happy landing on the couch. he is right on top of zach. he was adopted by zach while we was in flight school. very cute. >> very excited. >> my dog is like that too. >> even if there's the distance. he knew. still to come, a powerful message at this year's espy awards. a brutal attack caught on video in berkeley. the search is underway for those suspects. we are slowing down now driving towards downtown oakland northbound on 880. this is right near davis street. it will stay that way up to the brick wall just short of downtown. well, fog is all over the
we are staying on top of that breaking news from the sacramento bee the newsroom there in midtown was evacuated lesson an hour ago because of a -- less than an hour ago because of a suspicious package. the editor sent an email out this morning to staff advising them to stay away from the newsroom for now. we'll continue to update you on the story as it develops. welcome back to 'mornings on 2' . >> good morning. i'm pam cook. let's check in with steve. we are getting closer to the weekend. is it going to be hotter or cooler? >> cooler.
>> good. we like that. >> cool for some. i'm baking out here. what are you talking about? most of my forecast is near average or slightly below. if you are up in parts of lake county, eastern cilantro county , it is pretty hot. a little bit in santa clara. depending if you had the breeze or no breeze. a lot of low clouds and fog for some. for others it won't go away. we are dealing with a few high clouds but still mostly sunny today. 60s on the temperatures. half moon bay, 56. san francisco, 56. napa airport, 55. they've been stuck for the last five days. 78, 78, 70, 79, 78. that was not the case. it looks to be a little cooler today. the higher clouds, we're keeping an eye and those. the shower activity is to the
cell. tomorrow we could gets more of that. i think most of that is headed to the sierra. still a possibility. 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s. what's going on? we have a bunch of things going on. apparently, this is causing slow traffic going the other way. that's because of a crash on southbound 101. we have some pictures to show you. they have been tweeted by the fire department here. this crash involved a vehicle that was flipped over on its side. they went over the embankment here. you can see that it is a pretty big eyesore. are actually would call it a distraction to drivers. this is southbound 101 near great american parkway. northbound is taking a good look at this. let me show you this on a map. northbound traffic is very slow. in fact, southbound traffic is only little slow. it's northbound is people are taking a look at the activity
that you might want to use 280. there was a small grass fire near 17. i would still use 280 or 85. 85 looks all right. it is slow but at least there are no major crashes. 880 is slow between hayward and fremont. there were a couple of breaks in the action. likewise for the san mateo bridge. things are breaking up a little bit. there is 280 southbound right here. you can see traffic is slow approaching san josi state. i'm pretty sure the fall term hasn't started yet. we do see slow traffic there. i just mentioned this is still slow. 880s slow getting to downtown oakland. a bridge is moderate. let's go back to the dance. thank you. here's a look at some of the top stories this morning. sontra costa county sheriff's investigators are looking for gunman in a shooting that happened in el sobrante last night.
a body was found around 10:00. investigators say they interviewed several neighbors but they have no one in custody at this time. investigators are still at the scene this morning. we have new information about the 22 soldiers who were hurt after large tent collapsed at an army post in monterey county. this happened last night at arthur ashe award for courage -- fort hunter liggett. a helicopter was landing around 9:30 last night when wind caused a tent to collapse. 17 soldiers were taken to the hospital. they have all been released. this happened during a training exercise. oakland will hold a town hall meeting tonight focusing on rebranding -- rebuilding trust. this will discuss how police are using data and examining how officers stop and question my any groups. researchers say oakland police are likely to stop african- american men than other racial
groups. the speakers include the police chief and the mayor. the town hall is at the college theater on fallon street beginning at 6:00. surveillance camera caught what looks to be an unprovoked attack. we want to warn you this is difficult to watch. a 72-year-old man was walking on martin luther king way near university on july 6 when he was attacked from behind by six to eight young man. they knocked him to the ground and kicked him several times. after the attack, the victim managed to call 911. he was hospitalized with broken bones and other injuries. -- >> this is an appalling attack. certainly someone that age, or anyone that -- for that matter should be attack. >> police are seeing of this maxes up to other incidents. the suspects piled into newer model minivans. it is possibly a nissan quest. officers are keeping to --
people to keep an eye out on -- for that minivan. we are joined by jesse gary live from our studio in san jose. jesse. >> good morning. a facebook refusal to ban denial materials what is generating this criticism. yesterday in an interview mark zuckerberg told an interviewer that offensive content isn't necessarily banded less it is to organize harm against other people. this comes after he told a reporter that he finds holocaust material deeply offensive.
it says quote, i'm jewish and there is said to people who deny it happened. i find that deeply offensive. at the end of the day, i don't believe the platform should take that down. because i think there are things that people get wrong. i don't think they are intentionally getting it wrong. the interviewing person cut in two ask about that. zuckerberg maintains the material not be removed from facebook. we are live this morning, jesse gary, ktvu fox 2 news. back to you in oakland. >> this leads to the question of the day. should groups that denied the holocaust happened be banned on facebook ? 53% say yes. 47% say no. we'll keep this -- even this up through the day. -- will be keeping this up through the morning. the extremist group is creeping back into parts of afghanistan. here is more on how they are making a comeback. >> reporter: back in december, president trump declared victory
in the fight against isis. seven months later the pentagon is warning the a creeping back into parts of central iraq and bring a new wave of kidnappings and terror attacks. >> the fight is not over. we must work with our partners to set the conditions that will prevent the resurgence.>> reporter: the situation is more dangerous in afghanistan where they have been gaining strength after being pushed out of syria. they are now fighting u.s. backed forces in the taliban. >> it is our responsibility to be as supportive as we can and support the afghans as they worked their way through this.>> reporter: the threat has diplomats trying a new tactic. mike pompeo offering early this week to start direct talks with the taliban hoping to in decades of war and focus on the fight against isis. >> we are ready to talk with the taliban. we hope they realize this. and we hope this will help to
move the process forward.>> reporter: when our partners are moving forward with a sense of urgency and purpose to ensure that we don't miss the opportunities that are being afforded by this support. the government says it is making progress in making -- aimed at rooting out the militants. lucas tomlinson, ktvu fox 2 news. willie brown received a special honor last night from former president and friend bill clinton. >> are people off? the children have a broader future, and they are coming together instead of being torn apart. if that is the test, willie brown has been a great public servant. >> i did not get anyplace by myself. there been so many people who've been part of what i am about. >> the ceremony cap the final night of the naacp convention
in texas. brown received a medal and it recognizes outstanding achievement by an african- american. past recipients include oprah winfrey and martin luther king jr. both clinton and brown talked about the importance of bringing people together from opposing countries and different racial groups. women's were sexually abused by former doctor received the arthur ashe award for courage by espn. >> representing every survivor, an army that is come here tonight to be heard. >> more than 140 survivors of sexual abuse by the former doctor for usa gymnastics joined hands in solidarity. sarah klein says the abuse began with her 30 years ago. she thanked her sister survivors for joining her on stage and said it was time for
authorities to put child safety ahead of money. the coaches coaches who died during the school shooting in february were honored. the families of the coaches who died at marjory stoneman douglas high school receive the awards. alex ovechkin was honored with the best male athlete award. a man was caught peeping through a bedroom window in the south bay. the new photo police are hoping will lead to an arrest in the case. plus we have an updated safety report from the tesla factory in fremont. the improvements the company says it is made this year after several workplace accidents. the golden gate bridge, southbound 101. that's not a bad luck here. i'm talking about the traffic, of course. if you want to take a
alaska peninsula. this is about 6000 miles from juneau. initial reports say it is a 6.0. no reports of damage or injuries . we'll continue to monitor this story and bring you more information as soon as we get it. checking in on wall street, strong earnings are being offset by the continuing trade war and tariffs between the u.s. and china. that is what is holding the down jones a bit. here's a live look. about a quarter of a percent. the s&p 500 is also down. that's at 2809. nasdaq is down technology stocks are getting hurt. ebay is one of them. they are not reporting great numbers. a little bit off of expectation. comcast is dropping out of the bidding war to buy assets of 21st century fox.
this leaves the path open for walt disney to buy it for $71 billion. ktvu is owned by 21st century fox. it would not be included in that sale. tesla says it is reduced employee injury rate. the carmaker has been under heavy criticism for the number of on-the-job injuries. they say series of safety initiatives have been reducing interest by 10%. serious injuries are down by 20%. the department of occupational safety has reportedly opened at least two investigations. you may be surprised about the hottest jobs in the bay area. it is not silicon valley or san francisco. the study suggests booming job growth in the tri-valley. this includes danville, livermore, and san ramon. from 2006 to 2016, the number
of jobs jumped 35% compared to 31% in san francisco and 19% in silicon valley. it is contributed to lower house and office costs. the brady bunch hoss -- house is for sale. take a look at that. the owner's but house for $61,000. they are going to give first consideration to people who want to sign a contract and keep the home intact instead of tearing it down are going through major renovations. the house can be yours for $1.9 billion. >> a nice investment, pam. not bad. let's go back to sal and get a look at that commute. >>,, mike and pam. southbound 101 between lawrence expressway and great american parkway, a car went off the side of the road. a couple of lanes are blocked southbound.
northbound is causing a big delay. people are slowing down to take a look. you can clearly see what is going on because it is flat. you see slow traffic. 880 south, slow traffic. san mateo bridge is still slow. i will show you that in a moment. 280 is slow approaching 17. i believe that train is being pulled down towards galway. you can see for yourself it is still slow out here. it is a little slow on 880 from davis street to downtown. at the toll plaza, a 25 minute wait. let's bring steve in with today's forecast. there is a lot of fog out there. for some yesterday, it was really hot. it does not look as hot today. a slight cooling. i think we topped it up for some of you yesterday. clear lake was in there. mountain house, 103. lake berryessa checked in at
101. let's go back and take a look. is it as hot as last july? not around here it hasn't been. july 2017, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th. 92, 101, 102, 81, 88. last july there were seven 100 plus degree days. they have hit 96 four times. it was hotter last july. 60s on the thames. 50s around santa cruz. a little bit of that high cloud:. most of it went straight out into the pacific.
a few of these clouds are moving northward. there will be some partly sunny skies to the south. the fog is slow to retreat. what is there is making for cool pattern. 50s and 60s unless you are up towards lake county. already 75 there. the delta breeze continues to be alive and well. i think the airport -- calm conditions yesterday. you can see the moisture south of monterey. fog and 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s. back to number thames on the weekend. mike. -- temperatures on the weekend. we are going to talk about the giant push to make the postseason. plus a new look at public
so far, no reports of injuries. a medical office building will remain closed today. this is falling a crash an explosion involving a tanker trunk. this happened at 2:30 yesterday and prompted an evacuation. this close nearby 101 for about two hours. the tanker was making final delivery of the day when it slammed into a loading dock area and started spewing locking -- liquid oxygen. authorities say something went wrong while being transferred to storage. surgeries were halted as staff and patients were evacuated at the main hospital about a mile away. the truck drivers in the hospital with injuries. woman known as the serial stowaway has been ordered to be released in chicago. the 66-year-old faces felony charges after sneaking onto a plane in london without a ticket. she has a long history of this. a judge in chicago says she is
fit to stand trial and will be released to a treatment facility . she will have to wear an ankle monitor and stay way from airports pending the trial. we are getting a look at a new redesign of public restrooms around the city. the design has been refined. this is more streamlined with a reflective shell topped by planters. you can see it was revealed yesterday during a hearing at city hall. the aging models that are now on the streets are set to be replaced next year. more changes could come for the design. the final design has to be approved by the board. a documentary about northbay wildfires is premiering tonight. coming up, we talk live with the filmmaker who says the story needed to be told by someone who lived it. plus a man cut peeping through bedroom window and the new photo police are hoping will lead them to an arrest in the case.
welcome back. berkeley police need help identifying a peeping tom. he was seen in eighth south campus neighborhood near uc berkeley and scared a man inside a home. a surveillance camera captured the man prowling on the deck for about 15 minutes. a senior at uc berkeley said she was undressing what she saw a man outside her window at 1:45 saturday morning. officers are asking anyone who sees him to not approach him and call police. and palo alto police are looking for this man for a man looking through a window, last wednesday at midnight a man saw a prowler on a surveillance camera looking into a bedroom for several minutes. please try to track the man down with a police dog but he got away. take a look, anyone recognizing him should call palo alto police. police are releasing surveillance images of a robbery
. the armed men storms the gaming hall last april. they robbed 14 people of cash, cell phones, and other valuables. they shove some of the victims to the ground. court hearing is scheduled in san mateo county for an arson suspect acute -- accused of leading authorities on a high-speed chase after him. he is also accused of starting two different fires in the past month. authorities say she told responding firefighters it was about the zombie apocalypse. she livestream the facebook chase on her facebook page. she could be heard saying she did nothing wrong it feared police would shoot her. the footage has since been deleted from her account. and oakland matt will be sentenced later -- in oakland man will be sentenced later,
authorities say he set up social media accounts for the benefit and promotion of the islamic state group his attorney tells us he had no intention of carrying out any plot. urban inferno, the night santa rosa burn, we talked to the producer and director of a documentary detailing the night he and neighbors made their escape from the north bay fire. i know it's a little foggy, little cloudy out there. where we are going with this,