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san francisco, you say we must be stuck. since friday, 64, 64, 62. the normal is 70. 30s for a few, 40s for many as well. if there's a puff of a breeze it could be holding up some temps. i can't find a 30 in the east bay yet. we have a few clouds but looks like a sunny day with highs in the mid- to upper 60s, maybe a few 70s. we had an issue on the
peninsula. is that better now? it is, but unfortunately what happened, we had one accident cleared and another came in to take its place. we'll get there in a moment. we'll start on highway 4, slow this morning as it normally is coming through to bay point from pittsburg, and 680 slow as well. westbound 24 and bay bridge are slow, so it's a slow commute here, 880 northbound slowing after high street. the san mateo bridge is a little better. we had a series of crashes, redwood city, another in san carlos. southbound 101 is very slow. you could use 280 down the peninsula, looking good heading south there. south bay commute is beginning
to fill in, especially 85. now back to the desk. juul labs is no longer supporting the measure that would overturn san francisco's ban on e-cigarette sales. juul is reversing course after spending millions of dollars supporting the campaign. >> reporter: this comes a week after a new ceo was appointed for juul labs and they will no longer actively support prop c, the san francisco measure seeking to overturn a city wide ban on e-cigarette sales. prop c would allow for the sales with conditions like age verification requirement.
following in juul's footsteps, they wanted to regulator rather than ban the products. prop c will be on the ballot but juul will no longer put money into the campaign and the ceo says they remain committed to san francisco. last week we spoke about the growing vaping epidemic. >> there's an alarming uptick in lung diseases, lung ailments, lung injuries in young people. i believe it's now up to 47 states, i think 12 deaths. this is no joke. and nobody is doubting that this is a serious thing. we have to take a timeout. >> reporter: the no on c campaign says juul is no longer supporting the campaign and until juul returns the $17 million in their political account, they have suspended their mail, advertising, and
laid off consultants. and this all comes amid the vaping epidemic among teenagers across the country. last week the san joaquin county district attorney's office said they would investigate juul for false advertising, believing they may have targeted teens and hooking them on vaping . in washington, house democrats have subpoenaed president trump's personal lawyer rudy giuliani, requiring him to testify in two weeks about his deals in ukraine on behalf of the president. if house democrats are successful, senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says he'd have no choice but to put the president on trial. >> we're required to take it up
if the house does go down that path, and we'll follow the senate rules. >> and secretary of state mike pompeo was listening in on the phone call when president trump asked the ukranian president to investigate former vice president joe biden. today there will be a town hall with eric swalwell on the impeachment inquiry. he's part of the intelligence committee that grilled the acting national intelligence director last week about the whistleblower complaint against the president. that's tonight at 6:30 at james logan high school in union city. a bill to let college athletes be paid for endorsements and marketing deals is threatening legal challenges. it will take effect in 2023 and will let college athletes hire agents, along with making money off the field. they will not be paid by
universities. state senator nancy skinner says female athletes could benefit a lot. >> if women and college students at the peak of their athletic prowess could market themselves, it could be a game- changer for women's athletic. >> but the ncaa wants to ban the law because it would give california an unfair recruiting advantage. >> it does not make any sense. i can make all the money after your likeness and the moment you decide to make money, you can't play. you're ineligible. you're suspended. it's backwards. you know, someone needs to force this dictatorship to change. that's exactly what it is.
it's no different than any country ran by a dictator. the ncaa is dictatorship. >> the ncaa has always insisted college athletes are amateurs who should not profit from their talent. but the ncaa reported revenues over $1 billion last year with profits of more than $27 million. the remaining defendant in the ghost warehouse trial in 2016 will be going to trial. on friday be in court and includes a possible retrial. authorities in the zit bay searching for a man recently
convicted of abusing a child. apollo johnson was charged with sexually assaulting a girl. his trial began in may but was stopped for three months so he could have heart surgery. it resumed and he never showed up. he was convicted of 16 counts and could spend the rest of his life in prison. >> he was supposed to show up on september 16th. he didn't show. he was supposed to show up on the 17th. then on the 18th he didn't show and the judge declared him a fugitive. >> another victim came forward after two other women accused johnson of assaulting them. prosecutors say he's got a conviction in 1993 for robbery and false imprisonment. a new law in california would plow child care workers to unionize. the governor signed the law yesterday and it applies to
40,000 workers who offer child care and family subsidies. the law says they can bargain for things such as wages and health benefits. 11 states already allow the laws. coming up, a man arrested accused of spying for the chinese government. the sting operation that reportedly caught him in the act. and violent protests continue in hong kong after one person was shot. how things are reaching a fever pitch on the major anniversary for china. good morning. traffic is moving okay on highway 24. it is slow here and in other east bay communities. we'll update you coming up in a few minutes. our strong w is lifting out slowly, leaving behind the cool air in place. we'll look at the forecast highs and temperatures coming up. stay with us. stay with us. ♪
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earlier today an 18-year-old protester was shot in the chest by police, the first time a protester has been shot. there's been a lot happening in the streets there. the police also fired tear gas and water cannons trying to break up the protests against china's communist party, celebrating 70 years in power. >> we urge the hong kong people to fight for democracy. >> outside the british embassy there, activists waved union jack flags and held these barrens with the message "end dictatorial rule and return power to the people." north korea says negotiations with america will return this saturday, saying
preliminary talks will be held friday before the working level negotiations take place on saturday. it was not said where the meetings will be. negotiations collapsed in february after president trump rejected kim jong-un's demand for an end to economic sanctions in exchange for partial disarmament. a man is under on charges of spying for the china government and passing along national security information to beijing. 56-year-old xuehua "edward" peng works as a local tour guide and the feds say it was a cover for his real work. classified national security information was given to beijing and court documents claim he conducted dead drops in the bay area and in georgia, leaving cash and envelopes in exchange for memory cards filled with classified u.s. information. >> this is a method used with
money, information between two agents using a predetermined location. >> investigators credit the double agent for revealing the suspected espionage. he faces up to ten years in prison if convicted. many popular bay area restaurants are struggling to stay in business, facing economic roadblocks that cut into profits. >> it's like death by a thousand cuts. we just got a lot of things. the city became really difficult to do business in. >> yesterday the line was out the door add dosa's so customers could say good-bye to the south indian restaurant on its final day. the owner says the rent is three times higher now than when they opened 15 years ago, and labor costs have gone up
with mandates for higher minimum wage, health care and other benefits making it difficult to stay open. the same struggles forced long- time oakland restaurant kincaid's to suddenly close down over the weekend. >> we have probably been coming here over 20 years. it's because they couldn't survive. it's too bad. they seemed busy every time we were here. >> the parent company of kincaid's filed for bankruptcy in july and was recently purchased by a company in houston. other restaurant owners say the popularity of food delivery service is affecting business. they are anticipating more restaurants will close if they don't adjust their business models to the new dining habits. police are looking for a vehicle trying to haul off a
machine from a car wash. the wore a hooded sweatshirt and it seems to be a man, then he tries to pull the coin machine out again and again. eventually he ends up leaving. authorities say the truck was stolen, a black 2000 toyota tacoma. the sonoma county board of supervisors detailed how first responders and other officials reacted and what improvements were needed. the report that comes out today is called two years and counting, and will outline the progress that's been made as well as what still needs to be
done. the meeting begins at 8:30 a.m. it is pretty clear so far out there today. you can see clearly and we'll have more on that. you can see a nice picture with slow traffic at least a mile and a half before you get to the toll plaza. traffic is okay once you get on to the bridge. 37 minutes to the maze, about ordinary for this time of the morning. it's not as bad as it was yesterday when we had problems. just a normal commute, 880 not bad. the san mateo bridge has been heavy getting across. when you get there, 101 is a mess into redwood city. i would recommend using el
camino real instead. steve? thank you. it's mostly clear and cool out there. maybe cold for some. it's been a nice change from last week. remember a week ago we had 90s and record highs last tuesday and wednesday. san francisco, it was 94 in the city last wednesday and 90 on tuesday. since friday the highs in san francisco have been 64 and63. the record is 49 for the low in 1950. i don't think we'll get that. still below average today, oakland below average, same for santa rosa and livermore. last week it was 59 and now
it's 53, making a tremendous difference on the influence of the lows. boulder creek 38, woodside 39, and truckee 21 and south lake tahoe 20 degrees. this system is moving out, leaving behind colder air. we have a lot of low to mid- 40s. menlo park is down as well. maybe a few clouds out there fair weather clouds for us later on. we'll get a cooldown on thursday and it will be warmer by the weekend. today temperatures are below average but they will continue to march up tomorrow and come back down on thursday and back up again for the weekend.
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modern u.s. history. 58 people were killed in las vegas before the gunman took his own life two years ago. the federal government this year banned the device that helped the gunman shoot more rapidly. other states have recently tightened gun laws, including passing red flag measures. a $2,500 reward is being offered after a 19-year-old man was killed in the petaluma premium outlets. the shooting was reported as a car crash saturday night around 8:00. police are not yet saying if there's video from the mall but witnesses saw a person in dark clothes walk up to the car and start shooting. the car went 300 feet before slamming into a wall and a
pole. >> it's a little bit scary. >> it just seems like over the years more things are happening like downtown, fights and stabbings. >> police identified the driver driver. immigration advocates are rallying outside san francisco's federal courthouse against president trump's new immigration policies. coming up, we'll break down
what it means for those trying to cross the u.s.-mexico border. and a move that california has made legal, allowing college athletes to get paid. how the ncaa is responding, coming up. i'm jimmy dean and uh, i wish i could tell ya how i feel about a mornin' like this. and that includes a good hearty breakfast. you need somethin' to kinda warm the whole body up and gets it going. it's a great way to kick off your day.
look at this. 7:29, we're glad you're waking up with us and a nice picture of this slightly warmer morning and a brand new month. >> this is tuesday, the first day of october. i'm dave clark. >> and i'm gasia mikaelian. there's all cooling trend happening, right? temperatures are cooler on the lows but the highs are bumping up a little bit. boulder creek 38, upper 30s for morgan hill and woodside in there. yesterday we were all in the 60s, still below average for this time of year. san francisco 65, and the
record low is 49. i don't think the city will get it. we have many locations with low 50s, even a few upper 40s out there. there goes the deep system that dropped us below average. 38 in santa rosa, morgan hill 38. boulder creek is down to 37, and our system is kicking out today with high pressure nosing in about a day or two before another cooldown on thursday. highs today in the 60s and 70s. it's been busy, al.
that's right, and almost everywhere the busy this morning. start with highway 4 because we have had slow traffic there this morning. 680 as well on 80 and the richmond bridge, you can see the traffic is busy. y. northbound 101 is very slow, and you'll see slow traffic continuing. 101, several accidents. there were several going this way.
president trump is still denies e he said anything inappropriate in a phone call with the ukranian president that led to house democrats launching an impeachment inquiry. >> i made a call. the call was perfect. when the whistleblower reported it, he made it sound terrible. >> and california congressman adam schiff is being criticized, the president tweeting thatschiff may be arrested for treason. today san francisco will hear legal arguments about two
immigration policies. allie rasmus has more. >> reporter: we have seen about six people who just arrived here, immigration advocates from different parts of the bay area. they hope to have more people here in the next hour or so. they say they are still getting organized and getting together, so right now they will be coming together in the next hour, hour and a half, and some will be going into the hearings and listening to the ninth circuit court of appeals review two separate policies that have to do with immigration, both applying to migrants seeking asylum at the u.s.-mexico border. there will be arguments for and against the "remain in mexico" rule, which says asylum-seekers at the southern border must wait in mexico before they can
gain asylum. the other rule would bar migrants from seeking asylum at all unless they come in at a designated official port of entry. the judge will hear arguments for or against the policies here. they are hoping to have more supporters out here, trying to go into the hearing to listen to the oral arguments about the immigration policies this morning. allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. man charged with attacking a woman outside her san francisco condo will be in court this morning. at his last hearing, austin benton was ordered to stay in jail on charges of attempted burglary, criminal threats and battery. the decision to deny bail came after his alleged victim
carefully described being attacked in the lobby of her building in august, and it was captured on surveillance video. a public works crew has removed boulders placed on the sidewalk to keep homeless people away. all 25 boulders were taken away after a group of residents bought the rocks in an effort to stop people from setting up encampments in their neighborhoods. then the neighbors started getting threats. >> bullying, feeling a lot of pressure being put on them. >> in recent days, many of the boulders had been pushed out into the streets. the public works say the rocks will be replaced by even larger ones as a permanent strategy. there's a new california
law that will let college athletes get paid and still play as amateurs. >> but there are serious legal challenges. >> reporter: that's right, the backlash is to be expected considering california is the first nation to put a law like this into effect. under the law, students can hire agents and make money from endorsement deals. it's getting support from big names including steph curry. >> it's a big opportunity, it's huge. there's a lot of work to be done but this is a nice step in the right direction, sure. >> the governor signed the bill into law, saying it will make college sports more fair and the law applies to any sport in trouble and private institutions but not community colleges. athletes can't make deals that
conflict with their school's existing contracts. there will be limited opportunities after college and they can market themselves and make money. other states are following in california's footsteps. >> new york state introduced bills, a florida legislator tweeted he's intrusion a bill. nebraska tweeted today they are going to introduce the bill. they can get this to every student across the country and they should. >> the ncaa threatened to ban california universities from computation but agrees changes should be made at the national level. the ncaa released a statement yesterday reading in part, we'll consider the next steps in california while our members
move forward with going efforts to make adjustments to ncaa rules that are both realistic in modern society and tied to higher education. we don't know what the next steps are but we know the law goes into effect january 21st, 2023. back to you. san francisco's mayor has a new program aiming to prevent deadly drug overdoses. it will make narcan available at single room occupancy hotels, and they will train people there how to use the narcan. the mayor says 30% of all drug overdose deaths are at single room occupancies. >> i'm so thankful. if it wasn't for narcan, i don't know if my wife would be here. >> you have to be prepared to meet people where they are.
once they say they need help, we need to get them into treatment right away. >> the state will pay for the narcan and training on how to use it properly, and the program will work in cooperation with the plans to make more beds available in treatment facilities. san francisco's mayor wants to create a new office for racial equity. the department will release a report every two years on racial disparity in jobs, criminal justice and health care. in new york city they are trying to prevent immigrants from being bullied or threatened with a new set of guidelines. anyone using the term "illegal alien" in a rassing manner can be fined up to $250. the city tweeted quote, hate
has no place here. coming up, boaters went managed to find and save all three. and find out when pilots at southwest airlines could see the return of the troubled boeing max 737 planes. good morning. coming up next hour, it's a market that's growing and expected to get even bigger. we're talking about in-sports industry, the new programs being offered for competitive video game players. and what researchers are finding in e-cigarettes that they say is making people so sick. we're back after the break. tv just keeps getting better. how you watch it does too. this is xfinity x1. featuring the emmy award-winning voice remote. streaming services without changing passwords and input.
a former software engineer could get up to five years in prison for breaking into yahoo accounts. he admitted he targeted younger women, including personal friends and women he worked with. he was looking for sexual photos and videos. prosecutors say he'd get into the accounts and then hack into icloud, facebook and gmail. be sentenced in february. apple is keeping major plans in the united states. the trump administration rejected relief from the 25% tariffs on some components made in china. last month apple announced it would build the mac pro in austin, texas rather than move overseas. now the trump administration has turned down the company's
request for relief on the other five taffs. coming up, we a at the stock market. >> new reports on manager this morning came in much lower than expected. manufacturing activity contracted to its worst level since june of 2009. when the opening bell rang this morning, stocks were higher on optimism for the fourth quarter but quickly dropped after that report was released. there's a live like, the dow down about a half percent, and the s & p down about a third of a percent. pilots at southwest airlines say it could be february or march before the airline
resumes flights using that boeing 737 max jet. that's much later than projects by southwest or boeing. pilots say the grounded planes will take longer because of additional pilot training that's needed. boeing expects to planes to fly again before the end of the year. southwest has a january 5th target date for its return. the jet has been grounded since march after the two crashes killed 346 people. pep boys auto parts chain will pay $3.7 million after violating the environmental protection laws. employees were throwing oil, batteries, aerosol cans and other waste right into the dumpsters. authorities say pep boys disposed of customer records
without shredding them. and marriott is testing out vegan options, and the beyond burger and the beyond meat roasted red pepper flatbread will be available. the plant-based options will be available in nearly a thousand locations starting tomorrow. still haven't tried it yet, have you? >> no. >> me either. >> i like impossible burger, which is a local company. personally it's a great option. it's not considered health food but an option over a burger. >> thank you. the national federation for the blind is creating un braille. players can get directions to
the game on alexa or a downloadable file. time now 7:47. the rock is going back to his roots. dwayne the rock johnson will be on the fox premier of the wwe's friday night smackdown. the native of hayward tweeted yesterday, finally, i've come back home to my wwe universe. there's no greater title than the people's champ and there's no place like home. you can see him this week on the wwe friday night smackdown right here on ktvu. the commute is really appreciating this nice dry weather. starting with the drives that have been pretty slow, bay bridge, slow traffic here. it's backed up 20 to 25
minutes. when you get to san francisco, there was a crash eastbound 80 near 4th street, causing slow traffic that you can see there. driving from san francisco to oakland, you'll have to factor in extra slow traffic tha way. the other bridges are slow as well. the peninsula is a mess. we have had several crashes near 101, belmont, redwood city. this whole thing has been a mess. i would say 280 is a little better but people have new figured it out. i would still use 280 over 101 at the moment. the south bay commute, getting up there and even downtown san josi is slow on the right there. 7:49. steve?
i almost always take 280. >> it's the world's most beautiful freeway. >> it is thank you. we're cold this morning. dave says it's 37 up here but a sunny day ahead this first day of october. petaluma has a joined the party in there, sonoma valley, oak valley, many checking in with upper 30s. lower lake was the coldest with 30, woodside and petaluma near 40. 60s and 70s for the highs today, still below average for this time of year. today in san francisco, 65 and 51. the record low in the city is 41 and there are many sites
below 49, including out by the presidio. close for some. forecast highs will all stay pretty cool. these are the highs in the city, water temps about 53. 20s lake that low. sacramento 46 and that system is lifting out which brought cold temperatures to fairfield and santa rosa. i can't find any 30s in the east bay yet. we have a few areas that are close. this system is lifting out and could have a few areas popping up, but otherwise it's a quiet
pattern. another system sweeps through on thursday to keep the cool going before it's warmer heading into the weekend. 60s and 70s around the north and east and toward the santa clara valley. tomorrow will be warmer, thursday cooler, then we warm up again for the weekend. time now 7:52. a debate is heating up about beef and whether it's good for you. the new report that says eating too much red meat may not be as bad as we think. and it's not disneyland, but it's the closest to a little mermaid under the sea attraction, and why it features a sunken boeing 747 plane. first, a massive iceberg has broken off in antarctica. why scientists aren't worried and say climate change isn't the problem.
aaddiction. how juuline hooked kids and ignited an public health crisis." other news outlets report- juul took $12.8 billion from big tobacco. markets e-cigarettes with kid friendly flavors and uses nicotine to addict them. 5 million kids use e-cigarettes. juul is "following big tobacco's playbook." and now, juul is pushing prop c to overturn e-cigarette protections. vote no on juul. no on big tobacco. no on prop c. in the human brain, billions of nefor people with parkinson's, some neurons change their tune,
causing uncontrollable tremors. now, abbott technology can target those exact neurons. restoring control and harmony, once thought to belost forever. the most personal technology is technology with the power to change your life. welcome back to mornings on 2. 33 animal rights activists were cited in san francisco for trespassing during a protest outside whole foods. it started yesterday morning. they blocked the entrances to the whole foods on 24th street claiming several farms that
supply goods to whole foods are cruel to animals. whole foods is owned by amazon. activists are calling on ceo jeff bezos to make changes. >> we have found repeated evidence of animal cruelty, but when rereport it to authorities, they prosecute the whistleblowers and do nothing about the animal abuse. >> amazon says their care of animals has helped them become an industry leader. coming up, students have spent days in line hoping to get prime units for the next school year. >> reporter: jack and his
friends were first to sign up for the housing. >> reporter: the virtual line is now a literal one, students camping out for days to be first in line and get the best selection. the 10units are offered starting at $2,400 per room, topping out at $6,000, but within a couple blocks walk of campus. >> the closer they can be to campus, the happier they will be to do what they want to do. national park officials are
considering whether to add more security to the grand canyon after the body of a 28-year-old man was recovered this morning. he climbed a railing and jumps on saturday afternoon between 500 and 800 feet. the national park service is considering if new policies are needed. three boaters are safe after what could have been a tragic day on the water. a boat washed ashore near clear lake state park saturday afternoon. a helicopter was called in and the crew spotted one of the boaters wearing a life jacket. there were two others also in the water, air lifted after spending almost three hours in
the water. an iceberg just broke off an ice shelf in antarctica, and experts had seen cracks on it about 15 years ago. scientists don't believe it's part of climate change, but say it's a regular cycle of glaciers. take a look at this scene at chicago's o'hare airport yesterday, an out of control catering cart on the tarmac. no one driving it but it kept getting closer to the plane until a forklift came along to stop it. juul labs stops its support
to repeal san francisco's vaping ban. the fair pay to play act is lined into law, allowing college athletes to profit off their image. how procompletes are ompletes are good morning everyone and welcome back. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. it will feel brisk this morning. >> yes, thank you. it will be warmer than yesterday, mainly in the upper 60s on the high side. unseasonably cool for us. a beautiful start to the day, 47.8 degrees. sal, did you get a haircut? i did about weekago. he probabl
>> i did. >> there you go. >> got a bunch of hairs cut. >> i agree with that. there were many 30s this morning. 65 in the city, still 5 below average for this time of year. 65, 51 in the city. second day in a row on the high and low records with more than a few locations cooler including ocean beach. lake tahoe, i think truckee was the coolest. still cold out there. 30s for a few, 40s and 50s now
gradually bouncing back. high pressure is kind of nosing in, not that strong right now so temperatures are gradually warming into the 60s and 70s. sal? thank you very much. we are talking about the busy commute and it's been a rather ordinary day. we have had slowdowns where you might expect them and slow traffic on 80. 46 minutes is not terrible. it's slow through the main part of richmond getting out to bay bridge. san francisco, eastbound 880 on the skyway, that slowed northbound 101 traffic getting into the area. this has been an issue all morning long, starting with an accident in redwood city, then
just one after another. not a good drive at all. use 280 or side streets instead. let's go back to the desk. juul labs is no longer supporting prop c, a measure on the ballot to overturn san francisco's ban on e-cigarettes sales. juul is reversing course after spending millions on this campaign. >> reporter: that's right, the announcement is still unclear. we understand they had a policy review in place when a new ceo was named. this is an announcement coming from the new ceo, deciding to stop their support for the san francisco measure that would overturn a ban on e-cigarette sales. it would allow for the sale of
other vaping products and have things like age verification requirement. prop c will still be on the november ballot. juul says they are committed to the city of san francisco. last week a spokesman for the campaign spoke with us about the growing vaping epidemic. >> there's an alarming uptick in lung diseases, lung ailments, lung injuries among young people. i believe it's up to 47 states, i think 12 deat. this is no joke, and nobody is doubting that this is a serious thing. with of to take a timeout. >> reporter: a spokesman for
the campaign says juul must return the $7 million to suspend the mail, advertising and lay off consultants. and is alcomes amid a fraud vaping epidemic among teens across the country, not just here in california. last week the san joaquin distri attorney's office said they would investigate the false advertising, believerring juul intentionally tried to hook teens on vaping. house democrats are moving ahead with their impeachment inquiry and want rudy giuliani to testify in his deals with ukraine on behalf of the
president. ell says if they are r mitch successful, they would have no choice but to put president trump on trial. >> we are required to take it up if it does go down that . happening today, congressman eric swalwell will update constituents about question and the the town hall is tonight at 6:30 at james logan high school in union city. a new law lets college student athletes be paid for marketing deals. the governor signed the bill yesterday and it will take effect in 2023. it will let college athletes make money off the field.
they will not get paid by universities. state senator nancy skinner says female athletes could benefit a lot from this new law. >> if women as college students, when they are at the peak of their athletic prowess, if they could market themselves, it would be a game changer. >> reporter: the ncaa says california may be banned from competitions because it would give the california schools an advantage. >> it donot make any sense. i can make all the money after your likeness and the moment yodecide to make money after your likeness, you can't place of employment you're ineligible. you're suspended. it's backwards. someone needs to force this
dictatorship to change. it's no different than a country one by dictators. the ncaa is a dictatorship. >> the ncaa says college athletes are amateurs who should not profit, but they have reported over $100 billion in revenue. the remaining defendant in the ghost ship trial wants a reduction in his bail. a jury deadlocked on the 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter stemming from the 2016 fire. his codefendant was acquitted on all charges. authorities in the south bay are searching for a man recently convicted for abusing a child. apollo johnson was charged with sexually assaulting a girl from age six to 16. his trial began in may and
stopped for three months so he could undergo heart surgery. the trial resumed in september but he never showed up. he could potentially spend the rest of his life in prison. >> he was supposed to show up september 16th. he didn't show. he didn't show on the 17th. when the jury was there on the 18th, again he didn't show. then the judge declared him a fugitive. >> the victim came forward after suffering a panic attack. a new law taking effect next year applies to 40,000 workers who offer child care and the law says they can bargain like other employees for things like wages and
health benefits. 11 states already allow child care workers to unionize. coming up, details on the sting operation the federal government says caught a spy in the act. and violent protests in hong kong, and now one person has been shot on a day that marks a major anniversary for china. ["white rabbit" by jefferson airplane] ♪ one pill makes you larger ♪ and one pill makes you smaller ♪ ♪ and the ones that mother gives you ♪ ♪ don't do anything at all ♪ remember what the dormouse said ♪ welcome aboard. ♪ feed your head
year-old who was shot by police. this is the first time a demonstrator was shot with live rounds. they have been protesting the government holiday in china as the communist party celebrates 70 years in power. pro-democracy demonstrators are criticizing china and its leaders. >> carrie lam is not for us. we encourage the people to fight for democracy. >> people there held banners reading, return power to the people. north korea says negotiations will resume with the u.s. on saturday. preliminary talks will be held on friday before the working level negotiations begin on saturday. negotiations collapsed in february after president trump rejected kim jong-un's demand
for an end to economic sanctions in exchange for partial disarmament. the fbi says agents recorded a man acting as a courier and passing along national security information to beijing. 56-year-old xuehua "edward" peng had classified national information and documents claim he conducted dead drops in georgia and the bay area. he left cash in envelopes in hotel rooms in exchange for memory cards filled with classified u.s. information. investigators credit the double agent for revealing the suspected espionage. he's facing a $250,000 fine and
up to ten years in prison if convicted. many popular restaurants are struggling to stay in business as roadblocks cut into profits. >> it's like death by a thousand cuts. we got hit by a lot of different things and the city became really difficult to deal with. >> yesterday at dosa's, it was packed as the owner says the rent now is three times higher than when they opened and mandates for higher minimum wage and health care make it harder to stay open. the same struggles forced long- time restaurant kincaid's to suddenly close over the weekend. >> we have been coming here over 20 years. they couldn't survive. that's sad. it seemed very busy every time we were here.
>> the parent company of kincaid's filed bankruptcy in july and was recently bought by a company in houston. another issue is the popularity of food delivery services. experts say more businesses will be closing their doors unless they adjust to new do i think habits. reports are detailing how emergency official reacted and what improvements are needed, outlining what progress has been made. the board will hear the report in just minutes.
it's very slow everywhere. 80 westbound, driving between hercules and richmond, it's slow at the richmond bridge. slow from highway 37 solid to the civic center. these are worth noting that it's taking 45 minutes to drive to the maze and another 20 minutes at the bay bridge. san francisco slow east 880 near 7th. south bay commute is okay.
tahoe. seattle made it to 40, and it was cold for almost the entire west coast. it's lifted out and it's leaving behind cool temps. highs are still below average today, normal 70 degrees. since the record heat last week, on friday and saturday and sunday, 64, 63, 64, then 62. boulder creek 38 degrees, morgan hill made it to 38. this system as it lifts out, it's a quiet pattern. it will be warmer tomorrow and
we'll cool down on thursday before another system. then looks to be a warmer weekend. still below average across the board, the coast, bay and inland. near average for some on wednesday. there's the warmup for the weekend. steve, a new study outed to refutes the debate over beef. why eating too much red meat may not be bad as you think. we'll explain. a reward being offered in the deadly shooting at the petaluma outlets. what we are learning this morning about the man who was killed. tv just keeps getting better.
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his own life. the federal government banned the device this year that helped the gunman shoot more rapidly. red flag measures also allow judges to order weaponbe taken from someone who's a threat. a deadly weekend shooting in petaluma, a 19-year-old man killed in the parking lot of the petaluma premium outlets near 101. it was reported around 8:00 saturday night. police are not saying if there's video from the mall. investigators say witnesses said they saw a person in dark clothing walk up to the car and start shooting. the car slammed into a wall and a pole and stopped just a few feet from a children's play area. >> it's very unlike petaluma so it's a little scary. >> over the years more things
are happening downtown, fights and stabbings. >> the driver was identified as 19-year-old ezequiel garcia of santa rosa. in this morning's health check, a new study about eating red meat challenges the notion we should eat less red meat for better health. eating fewer red meat led to few if any health benefits, contradicting top health associations that have long warned people about the potential dangers of a meat- heavy diet. researchers found a small decreasein relate risk among those who ate four servings or less a week of red meat. the report did not take into
intoconsideration the effects of red meat. a state law creates medical exemptions after 89% want to increase immunization rates at daycares and schools. great extent advocates rallying outside the san francisco courthouse against two of president trump's new immigration policies. we'll break down what it means for those trying to cross the u.s.-mexico border. >> california has now made it legal for college athletes to get paid for their image. when it takes effect and how the ncaa is responding. ♪
8:30 the start of this brand new month. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> we can see forever and a day here, very strong cold system here lifting out. coffee and a balloon, that's a nice morning. we had a lot of 30s out there this morning as this system lifts out. the cold still left behind and highs are trending below average. santa rosa and san josi all 60s
yesterday. we are bumping up a little bit. beginning to bounce off the morning lows, mainly 40s and 50s now. this system is on its way out of here and could leave a few clouds over the hills, some cool dry air. it will be a nice day here. sal has been busy. where are you starting? east bay especially. everywhere, peninsula, 101, we'll touch on all this. westbound 880, 42 minutes between the carquinez bridge and peninsula. the peninsula has been a mess all the way to palo alto. i would say 280 is a better bet, and the best bet is to use transit if you can.
cal train has no major reported incidents. downtown san josi looking all right. let's go back to the desk. president trump continues to deny he said anything inappropriate in a phone call with the ukranian president that led to house democrats launching an impeachment inquiry. >> i made a call. the call was perfect. when the whistleblower reported it, he made it sound terrible. >> and the president is criticizing california congressman adam schiff, tweeting that statement on the call is illegal and fake and asked whether he should be arrested for treason. secretary of state mike pompeo says it's not feasible five employees to be subpoenaed later this week, saying the
democrats are trying to bully and intimidate the five people, including a former ambassador to ukraine. the ninth circuit court of appeals in san francisco will hear legal arguments about two controversial immigration policies. >> reporter: people have gathered here and just in the last five minutes, the group started lining up to go inside the ninth circuit court of appeals. today the court will hear arguments for and against the trump administration's "remain in mexico" rule that says isle- seekers says asylum seekers must
wait in mexico while awaiting asylum here. speaking a short time ago was a man from honduras. he was able to win his asylum claim and stay in the u.s. legally. he said he and others in his situation have very little choice. >> our people are not afraid of the government. we are scared of poverty, of misery, of the gangs, of a government that's killing our people. and because of that reason, we will continue migrate. >> reporter: a panel will hear the arguments for and against the policy. you can see those people getting ready to go into the courthouse for the hearings as
scheduled at 9:00. allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. a man charged with attacking a woman outside her condo is back in court this morning. at his last hearing, austin benson was ordered to remain in jail on charges of criminal threats, illegal imprisonment and battery. the woman described being attacked in the lobby of her building back in august, caught on camera. public works hauled away 25 boulders at clinton park after residents pooled their money to buy the rocks in an effort to stop people from setting up encampments in their neighborhood. then they started getting threats. >> they were getting e-mails, kind of bullying, a lot of
pressure being put on them. >> the boulders had been pushed into the streets and the public works say they will have larger rocks put in place as part of a permanent strategy. the fair pay to play act will let athletes earn money from endorsements and still play as amateurs. >> sara zendehnam has more now. >> reporter: this has a lot of people talking, really coming out on both sides. it's the first of its kind in the country, and it's paving the way for other states to do the same thing. under the law, student athletes in california can hire agents and make money from endorsement deals. >> as a former college athlete, that's exciting. spend so much time in college broke, no money. but everybody else is living
very well. >> the governor signed the bill into law and says players should be treated like other talented students and enjoy the money they make for their schools. there are some limitations. athletes can't make deals that nflict with the school's existing contract. some say it will level the plague field. >> college coaches are some of the highest paid people in the state. in addition to their salary, they can get endorsement deals. why are the students the only people -- for example, you're a swimmer. you can't teach swimming lessons. you could be a brilliant gymnast the only person on the planet with 6 million viewers
who couldn't monotize those viewers. >> reporter: the state released this statement yesterday: it is a theme park unlike any other. where you can go to have an underwater experience that includes exploring a sunken boeing 747 as well as an artificial coral reef. and students now capitalizing on the recent
surge in popularity of e- sports. we have slowing out there but the weather has helped. it's not wet and it's been clear visibility. still slowing here on 24 in lafayette. our system is leaving and taking with it a lot of the cloud cover. more coming up after the break. ["white rabbit" by jefferson airplane] ♪ one pill makes you larger ♪ and one pill makes you smaller ♪ ♪ and the ones that mother gives you ♪
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passwords now. a former software engineer is facing up to five years in prison after daniel ruiz admitted he targeted the accounts of younger women, including personal friends and work colleagues. he was working for sexually explicit picture and videos, searching their private images. a new study found women are more likely to be represented as sexual objects. female lead characters in major movies usually perpetuate harmful stereotypes for women and girls as sexual objects in movies. wall street is dropping this morning after a disappointing report on the u.s. economy.
>> good morning. the new report on manufacturing here in the u.s. came in much lower than expected. according to the institute for supply management, it was the lowest level in more than ten years that has some talking about recession again this morning and blaming it on the tariffs initiated in the trade war with china. taking you live to the big board, the dow just about doubled its loss since the last hour, down over 200 points right now. the nasdaq is slipping as well, back below 8,000 this morning. apple will soon be hit with tariffs even though it's keeping major plants in the u.s. the trump administration rejected apple's request for relief from the 25% tariffs on
some components for the mac pro. if company announced they would build the mac pro in austin, texas rather than move overseas. the trump administration turned down the company's request for sohwest pilots say it could be february or march before the airline resumes flights with the 737 max planes, later than projected by southwest or boeing. the pilots say the grounded planes' return will take longer because of the additional pilot training that's needed. boeing expects the planes to be flying again before the end of the year. southwest set a january 5th target date after two crashes killed 346 people. several universities are
now offering degrees in e- sports, bachelor's degree and master's degree programs to help students learn marketing and management skills tailored to the industry. the market is expected to surge to more than a billion dollars this year: and a lot of this is watching. it's amazing how people go onto youtube just to watch other people play games. the country of bahrain has opened the largest underwater theme park. >> it's in the persian gulf and the attractions include an entire boeing 747 taken to the
site and submerged. the park also has an artificial coral reef. no rain on the streets this morning. all the time see if traffic is behaving as the commute winds down. we have some improvements here. westbound bay bridge, slightly better driving out here. it's been a tough commute all morning long but not due to the major problems we had yesterday. just a lot of people on the road, and tuesday seems to be busy. the peninsula is really a mess, and 101 you're in slow traffic. it's not usually this way. 280 is slow as well but i would probably use that. then the south bay commute is very slow. northbound 280 traffic is moving well. i might get on cal train
instead of the freeways on the peninsula. steve? we have clear skies and we're told this morning, especially up in sonoma. very nice. staying warm and comfy. several 30s and 40s in the area, 20s up in lake county. when is the rain coming? that's a good question. no sign of additional rain right now. so far the forecast models when we look out, it's a benign pattern, not much happening. there will be a system in northern california and you can see that late wednesday and thursday. really the end result for us
will be cooler. today 60s and 70s, san francisco 65 and 51. they won't get the record low, but i know the presidio made it to 47. santa rosa and san josi all upper 60s, beginning to warm up. 40s and 50s still as this system is lifting out of the northeast, partly cloudy up in the mountains. we are on the drier side of it. after thursday we'll start to see temperatures bumping back up for inland areas, back into the mid-80s. 60s and 70s here, still below the seasonal averages. they will stay there until about friday. a restaurant once considered a fixture in the
san francisco's mayor is launching a new program designed to prevent deadly drug overdoses, making narcan available at single room occupancy hotels known as sros, and they will train people there how to use the drug. the mayor says 38% of all overdose deaths are at these sros. one man says his wife is alive today because of narcan. >> i'm so thankful. if it wasn't for narcan, i don't know if my wife would be here. >> you have to be prepared to meet people where they are. once they say they need help, we need to get them into treatment right away. >> the state will pay for the narcan and training on how to use it. national park officials are considering whether to add more security to the grand canyon skywalk after a man jumped to his death over the weekend.
the 28-year-old man's body was recovered yesterday after officials say he climbed a barrier and jumped saturday afternoon between 500 and 800 feet. the service is working to determine if new policies are needed. a visitor to yellowstone national park tripped and fell into the thermal water near old faithful. it is illegal to leave boardwalks near the hot springs and he could face criminal charges. the new trend of dressing up trees, and the consumer crazy for halloween trees, and where you can get one here in the bay area. and a run going viral and helping other children in need. stay with us. tv just keeps getting better.
they had no idea that the lemonade stand with go viral. and so many people would go make them collect so much. they received a level transplant from her mother when she was a baby. now they have had more and more people donating to help get the children off transplant waiting list. >> they came in at $10,000. then we had $15,000 and then $20,000. >> we want to make people healthy. >> so far over $50,000 has been raised to help research at the hospital. >> mattel has teamed up with the national federation of the blind to create new no braille, that's the standard added to the top left corn they can get direction to the game on amazon alexa or downloadable rail file. target is the only store selling new no braille. glacier experts said the
large ice mats would break off after they started seeing cracks. this was about 15 years ago that the crack started growing. they said it's part of the normal lifecycle for glaciers. you should not change the levels in that part of the role because the ice shelf was already floating. look at this wild scene at chicago o'hare. out-of-control catering truck was on the tarmac spending and spending. it was very close to the jet..no one was behind the wheel and it gets closer and closer to the plane until a worker stopped at by crashing into it with a fork lift. american airline said the accelerator on the cart got.'s budget dwayne the rock johnson is returning to his roots and will appear on the fox premier of the wwe friday night smack
down. he tweeted yesterday quote finally come bk ho to my wwe univer. there's no greater title than the people's champ just got no place like him. you can see him this week on the friday >> announcer: down right here on ktvu fox 2. they told me [ crying ] >> the family of one santa rita jail inmate turns to 2 inigates and why there could be a correlation between his death and isolation practices at the jail. taking action after more reports of vaping related illnesses. what researches are find in e- cigarettes that is so dangerous to your health. will let you know about the we spooky decor that is gaining a g financial boost to they area businesses. check this out. a look at the halloween trees we have been telling yo
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