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some nonessential businesses are open after the governor okayed a partial reopening. but with the next phase of reopening underway, most bay area counties are staying close. the owner of a bay area nail salon is speaking out after the governor announced a nail salon was the source of the state's first committee spread. where you need to watch out for if you plan on taking part in the east bay. from ktvu fox 2, this is morning sun 2. happy saturday everyone. >> thank you for joining us here on morning sun 2. let's
bring in rosemary for a talk of our weather. as i was looking at the weather, it is a day and it changes a lot. yeah, good morning to you. hello, happy saturday. we are with changes already underway. we have a mix of clouds out there along the coastline and inside the bay. we go partly sunny and partly cloudy and temperatures are expected to take a drop for today, in addition, to another dive tomorrow for mother's day. here's a view of what we can expect outside and about. we have upper 40s and upper 50s to start your morning. today, into the afternoon, some of those hotter spots that were well into the 90s expected to warm into the upper 80s. notice on sunday, another 5-10 degrees drop, especially for inland cities. details of what you can expect for today, the rest of the
weekend and the extended forecast coming up. thank you. governor gavin newsom says roughly 70% of the state's economy can reopen again but with modifications. >> i know 70% is not 100%. i deeply recognize, with modifications, means with restrictions. with those restrictions means the struggle for businesses to get back to where they were pre- pandemic. that's why i want us to be sober about this reality. >> california is in stage ii of the reopening process with each county proceeding at its own pace. napa, salina and sonoma counties are the only one following the governor's lead and loosening restrictions. the other six counties, alameda, contra costa, marin, san francisco, san mateo and santa clara counties, all six those counties holding off on moving into phase two for now. in her interview, the president says california is
not moving fast enough to reopen the economy. >> i think they could move a little quicker in california, to be honest, i think the people are forcing it. the people will force it, not in all cases, but in some cases you have to keep it going longer. we learn things, we learned a lot about it. >> the president brought up california in response to questions about the state reopening. president trump gave a shout out to governor newsom saying the governor has been very generous to him and his public briefings and that he does appreciate it. with sonoma, napa and solano counties entering phase 2 of california's reopening plan, many businesses are opening once again. that means businesses that range from toy stores to sporting-goods stores are opening for the first time since march. their limited to curbside pickup service under the state's guideline for low risk retail businesses.
>> we have a table to keep people from coming in the store. it feels like i'm open and it is wonderful to see my customers in person again. >> we worry about the economy, especially our local economy. i've always tried to support our local businesses. i'm very happy. >> these businesses beginning curbside service must follow strict guidelines when it comes to social distancing, face coverings and other safety measures. shopping malls, restaurants and businesses like hair and nail salons remain close and all three those counties. the governor's office is threatening to withhold disaster relief aid to three northern californians who are defying the state's shelter in place order. talking about you about, sutter, and modoc counties. they also like their low number of coronavirus cases to allow businesses to reopen including hair and nail salons and
restaurants with dinan service. the director of california's service sent a letter to each county warning them about potentially losing essential disaster funding because of "problematic and concerning actions that jeopardize public health." >> we've had scares with your real and things like that. with fires that have occurred locally so, to lose that type of funding in case something happens could really impact the region negatively. you but and sutter counties issued the statement which says "we are working to do what is best for the overall health of our communities and coordinating with the governor's representatives on achieving balance with his order." the owner of a nail salon in danville is expressing her concern over a remark governor newsom made this week about the coronavirus crisis. the governor said california's first known case of community
spread happened in a nail salon. tran20 seven is the owner of the blackhawk beauty bar business that remains close due to this shutdown. she views the governor statement as an attack on the nasal on industry which he says is highly regulated and staffed by trained workers. >> we strictly abide by all the rules so that's why it was troublesome and harmful in our industry to hear that coming from him. >> reporter: governor newsom says he was only pointing out a fact and stresses he did not intend for his remark to be an attack on the nail salon industry. happening now, it is the first of five we can foreclosures in the east bay. this project is affecting how we 24. we talk about this shutdown between the lafayette and rockridge stations. good morning. as you can imagine, because of the pandemic, bart ridership
has dropped significantly. there are still people who take part like our essential workers. if you're we can writer, expect up to 25 minute delays because of this work. this work replaces for track switches and install 3000 feet of nurelle i knew powerlines between orinda and lafayette and upgrade lighting in the bar tunnel. along with shutting down tracks between lafayette and rockridge, part cruise may close up to two lanes of east and westbound highway 24 for equipment. unlike last year when similar work was done in the area, there will be any daytime lane closures so traffic should be affected. this project is funded by a $3.5 million bond measure voted on and passed in 2016. the goal is to make the system safer and more reliable while reducing traffic. this is the first of five
weekend closures. you'll see the other closures that go on until the beginning of july. during these weekends, free buses replace the train and take people directly between rockridge and lafayette and make stops between rockridge, orinda and lafayette. where speaking to a part spokesperson in about an hour and will have more details on the project. a check weather now. i woke up, my friends back in new england say it's snowing there in may. >> what? >> can you believe that? that's crazy. i believe it. it is still springtime and believe it or not, we have a chance for rain coming our way. it looks like rider on monday. this, after the warmest day of the entire year, thus far, for some of us yesterday. this morning, we do see changes underway. the clouds are back along the coastline, inside the bay. temperatures are expected to take a significant drop,
especially for our inland communities. the cooling trend continues into sunday. a look around the bay area where we start out with a mix of sun and clouds, at sfo, with clouds in the distance and in san francisco starting right about 52 degrees. santa rosa at 49. mostly cloudy skies, 54 in oakland, mid 50s in livermore and san jose at 56. temperatures are within a few degrees of yesterday. some of tad cuyler and some a tad warmer. as we take a look at some of the dog along the coast line, visibility about 2 miles over half moon bay. take a look at the north bay, santa rosa at the airport reporting visibility at a mile and a half. the fog is bad in addition to the cloud cover. you can see it inside the bay although the east bay is reporting good visibility. the winds are onshore and for field reports 23 mph.
that's a good indicator that cooler air is already moving into the bay area. there's a comparison from yesterday, into today. temperatures fall off anywhere from 5-10-15 degrees. san francisco, european high is 65, yesterday was 76. santa rosa expected to drop off by about 12 degrees or so. packard, 83 is your afternoon high. were in the upper 90s. when i come back, i will detailed look at the afternoon high for day with the rest of the weekend, the chance for wet weather coming our way in the extended forecast. thank you, rosemary. coming up next, a second person at the white house has tested positive for the coronavirus. how the white house is stepping up safety measures to ensure everyone is safe. from a civil concept to an in demand product. a 12-year-old comes up with a way to keep germs away. we can look at his new invention that is getting a lot of attention, when we come back, stay right there. ♪
the infection of two staff members at the white house is fueling concerns that the coronavirus could be spreading their. yesterday, the trump administration did confirm that 25-year-old katie miller has tested positive for the virus. she is oppressed, a secretary for vice president mike prince and the wife of stephen miller who is one of the prison's top advisors. >> she's a wonderful young woman. katie tested very good and i'll listen today, she tested positive. >> the news comes just one day after president trump will, the trump administration is taking the safety measures. we put in some additional protocols, over the last 48 hours, and will continue to monitor.
the infections come after weeks of assurances that the white house was doing very testing. both the president and vice president have repeatedly cited those tests as a reason they don't need to wear masks. not since the great depression has the u.s. seen unemployment rates rise to the levels caused by the coronavirus outbreak. the labor department says unemployment climbed to 14.7% in the month of april. the u.s. has not seen a number like that since 1939. the labor department says the u.s. lost 20.5 million jobs in april. that's the worst monthly loss ever. governor newsom says the actual number is likely even higher. >> those numbers are liking. me assure you those numbers understate the unemployment rate in this country. those are jaw-dropping numbers but absolutely numbers we have foreshadowed for many weeks. >> the governor says things
california unemployment rate is above 20% but claims are trending down in the state from more than 1 million layoffs during the last week of march to 318,000 this past week. next wednesday, a san jose city council committee will vote on a proposal to allow businesses to operate outdoors. the ordinance is called san jose frisco, the idea is since social distancing guidelines will cut down space inside restaurants, city should allow these businesses to set up outside such as on the street sidewalks, parks and public plazas. we talked the owner of pizza flora who says restaurants welcome any help they can get to bring back the customers. >> i think that's a huge first step. i think it will take a lot more than that but every time we make a smart decision in opening up safely, it is going to help the revenue and help the economy of downtown in general. there is no time i this
type of reopening begins. city leaders want to get the ball rolling and start dealing with issues such as fees and permits. this model can help other businesses like gymnasiums. this is a downtown association says 84% of the businesses are currently close. i bay area 12-year-old has invented a device that he hopes will help stop the spread of coronavirus. it is a gadget that allows people to avoid touching surfaces with their hands. mizan rupan-tompkins, he demonstrated his invention. there is. that makes a lot of sense. he calls it the safe touch pro which allows you to punch buttons, open doors without handling what could be a contaminated surface. he said he was inspired when he saw his parents using this lease. >> i was using my sleeves but, since he said let me go ahead and produce something. he printed this for me and it was worth it. >> after the pandemic is over,
people will be mindful and careful about their surroundings and this product will be helpful. >> the device is made on a 3-d winter from plant-based plastic that is germ resistant, so far, he has sold a few hundred. their $14.99 each. to the region resign vessels will anchor in the port of oakland perp walk cruises are on hold during this pandemic. those two ships will arrive and another will come on sunday. the ship and a small crew could stay in oakland for two or three months. there are no reports that there are any coronavirus cases on board the ships. back in march, the grand princess did dock in oakland. some passengers, with coronavirus, could be taken off that ship. the city of oakland shutting down additional 5 miles of streets to allow more people for walking. drivers can expect closures on portions of east 23rd street,
chapter avenue, emergency vehicles and people who live on those streets are allowed to drive in the blocked off areas. the city has closed 20 miles of its streets. beautiful weather in the bay area is drawing folks outside entering concerns about further spread of coronavirus. while the state home restrictions are easing, social distancing measures are still effect. this is what it looked like at lake merritt in oakland afternoon. the mayor warned if people don't practice proper social distancing, stricter measures may need to be taken. measures like shutting down. measures like giving people tickets. i believe, in this moment, people need to go outside. we have to attend to people's mental health as well as avoiding the contagion of this virus.
but the mayor added she hopes people will be on their best behavior over the mother's day weekend over in san francisco. the mayor also warned she might close parks if she continues to see large crowds gathering their. time now is 7:19 am. list about our weather, we have a little glimpse of what summer heat looks like. but just a glimpse. yes. yes. we will switch back. will cool it down and come back to spring-like weather. we will fall below average and we will introduce spring showers in the extended forecast. a mix of sun and clouds, the end sure breezes back. indicators we have a cooldown coming our way for the afternoon. onto storm tracker to where we can see the system over the pacific. that is bringing us the bid of cooler weather today. additional cooling tomorrow and that chance for rain on monday.
here's a view of your futurecast. low clouds thanked up against the coastline, into the north bay, inside the bay as well including the east bay store line. recall for say size at the xhosa mostly sunny for the rest about. here's a look at sunday morning which is mother's day for those celebrating. you can see, very similar, with clouds along the coastline into the north bay and partly sunny and hardly cloudy skies for the inner east bay as well as a south bay and the peninsula. getting to monday, notice what is hanging on the pacific there, the timestamp reads monday morning at 7 am. expect the rain to move in by the afternoon. outside our doors, under partly sunny skies, from the coast into the bay, we have 59 to start your day in brentwood. closer to the water, 52 in berkeley. 53 in san francisco, along the coastline, 50 degrees over half moon bay.
areas like santa rosa and half- moon bay reporting thick fog. in addition to the onshore race, we have fog out there and it could be a little patchy and very thick. san jose, your forecast here, by about lunch time, upper 70s. 80 degrees or afternoon hi, still a warm day for inland communities, just not as hot as yesterday. 78 for the north bay of to follow, 79 of vallejo. east bay, 80s, or concorde run the bay, mid-60s, san francisco, low 70s for these bay shore, 72 for oakland. along the coastline, low 60s in pacific, upper 60s for santa crew, south bay, 82 los gatos, 75 in mountain view at 84 degrees expected over morgan here. the extended forecast shows you the cold and continues, especially for inland communities around the bay, 5 degrees, 70 degrees or so, are inland cities will take to drop
by 5-10 degrees. for your bay area on sunday, as a get into monday, tuesday and wednesday, temperatures don't change a lot, the icons do. schar still have on monday. a chance for showers on tuesday. will drop by wednesday. how much rainfall? coming up in just a little bit. thank you, rosemary. some bay area being be's open their doors. more on that but first needing to raise money for food banks, you will hear from abbe era soccer coach. more on his story. four plus one is...
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a local soccer coach spent the last month running up mount diablo every, single, day. he did it all to raise money for the food banks. it was called the 30 summits in 30 days. he took trails to the summit which is more than 3800 feet. he said most of his routes were miles long. that was a 7 mile run straight up and then 7 miles back down. >> i thought about what could be one of the most extreme mental challenges that i can put upon myself and a physical challenge and so, i took on the mount diablo mountain for the
30 summits for the 30 days. i nicknamed it the 30 day april summit crush. running, for me, has begun something that i felt there must be something greater than just running itself. i got involved with charities during my runs last year and it was just this real emotional lift to get to me, knowing i could help other people. so, a good friend of mine, alex, join me for a run and started talking about some things we could impact the community with and we both agreed that the food bank would be a great one at this moment with what we are going through. >> well, his goal for me past his goal of raising $3000 for the food banks. on says he wants to run the iron horse trail and by the ways, that is 55 miles. >> that is ambitious. well done.
heroes come in many different forms. on this mother's day weekend, ktvu is highlighting strong woman from across the bay area. we are honoring d johnson from oakland. her daughter says she is her hero because during the pandemic, she is still working to fill the hope of those who hope the american dream of buying the home. i love her and hope i help people the way she's done. she's an example of love. do you know someone is making a big difference? let us know. email the details along with a picture or video of the mother to my hero at ktvu.com. coming up, where learning more details in the death of a georgia man who was killed while he was out for a jog. what we have learned as the two suspects made their first court appearance. and bart is working to replace tracks in the east bay. how that work is set to make the transit system safer and more reliable.
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know he give us all so much great music. this is mornings on 2. and, good morning to you. thank you for waking up with us here. taking a look outside, if it looks cooler than it did yesterday, well, looks are not deceiving. this morning, if it was too hot for you yesterday, then you will like the forecast today. >> happy we can. you can be waking up to snow like they are in the greater boston area today. i guess we can't complain with cloud cover and a bit of a cooling trend. right rosemary? you are right. quite toasty yesterday for some. the hottest day of the year so far but will bring those numbers down. it will be way more comfortable run the bay area. it will still be warm, just not
as hot. temperatures for the afternoon, along the coastline, could be 01, upper 50s to low 60s for some of the coastline. as we get in around the bay, a lot of sun is, mid to upper 80s accepted for those folks that hit 90 or above yesterday. details on what you can expect today, your mother's day sunday and your extended forecast coming up. hacu rosemary. work underway to install new train tracks in the spay. this project will affect service and traffic on highway 24. we will explain the construction work and the traffic impact in the east bay. sarah, good morning. >> reporter: good morning our photographer is out there at the bart system and the gates are shot and the station is close. tracks are shut down because to upgrade the equipment that's about 40 years old. the work replaces for tracks which is installed 3000 feet of
nurelle and knew par lines between miranda and lafayette and upgrade lighting in the part tunnel. even though part ridership is down significantly because of the pandemic, some still use bart, we can writer should expect up to a 25 minute delay. along with the track shutdown, bart crews may also close up to two lanes of east and westbound highway 24 in the orinda area for a permanent replacement. if you remember, last year, similar work is done in the area and a major traffic delays on 24. but this time around, there will be any daytime lane closures so traffic should not be affected. this project is funded by a $3.5 million bond measure voted on and passed in 2016. the goal is to make the system safer and more reliable. this is the first of five we can closures. if you look at your screen, you'll see the other closures. the next ones memorial day weekend in june 6 -7 and 20-21
and the fourth of july weekend. during these weekends, three buses will replace the train and take people directly between rockridge and lafayette and make stops. we are speaking to a bart spokesperson in about 30 minutes and will have more details about the project then. authorities in georgia say more people could be arrested in connection to the shooting death of an african-american man who is out for a jog. 64-year-old suspectand his 34- year-old son travis are being held without bail. they were arraigned on murder and aggravated assault charges yesterdays by a video link from jail. there accused of confronting ahmaud arbery when he went jogging last february. cell phone video shows michael 's in a truck chasing after arbery and shooting them. they say he matched the description of a neighborhood burglar. investigators say the person recorded the video could also
face charges. the time now is 7:34 am. the alameda county coroner has identified two children killed in a crash on thursday on interstate 580. chp says the driver of a honda slammed into a caltrans truck in oakland. the car was hit by minivan. two children were killed, they were 8-year-old candace parks and 13-year-old allies a. the driver and the third child in the car were not injured. the california horseracing board has reported a horse as died at golden gate field in berkeley. the death of a 32-year-old building name archie von happened during a training session. 38th to die in the state. golden eight field is scheduled to begin racing next week. the track is planning to reopen on thursday without any spectators. authorities in los altos
offering a $10,000 reward for information in a definitely shooting. officials say, 48-year-old ribera rivera was working as a mason at home when he was shot and killed on monday. the suspect may have left the area on a motorcycle. there have been six definitely police shootings in the bay area since easter. so ktvu decided to take a closer look at each incident and whether stress induced by the pandemic was a factor. there are definitely police shootings in davis city, richmond, oakland, san leandro and san jose. most recent happen on tuesday night and have been bay park the san mateo county sheriffs office at a deputy called a woman who shot at them first. ktvu crime reporter and really talk to a psychology investor and attorneys have defended and sued please officers accused of misconduct. >> i'm doubly concerned when i hear and see a rash of police
shootings and it doesn't feel like the offices are being held accountable. most of them involve folks who are suicidal and they are forcing the officers and giving them literally no alternative but to use lethal force. a synonymy or wave of challenges, moving forward, they could be a factor in some of the shootings but we don't know. but prosecutors will evaluate all the shootings the renew state law that raises the use of four standard from reasonable to necessary. firefighters imuran were able to make quick work of a small grass fire before it spread. were overhead shortly after the fire was reported. this is around 3:15 pm off deer valley road. you can see a small area of scorched grass that crews were able to keep from flaring up. no damage or injuries were reported.
in the south bay, firefighters are trying to figure out what sparked a fire at a daycare. this happened in san jose. firefighters said they got several calls about a fire on north 21st street near east julian. when crews arrived, they found the fire in the back of the daycare. there are no children inside at the time and the owner was able to escape uninjured and that fire was quickly brought under control. governor newsom has endorsed joe biden for president making that announcement last night during a virtual democratic fundraiser that was attended by biden. the governor said he cannot be more proud of the former vice president newsum endorsement of biden was expected. previously, he is supported senator kamala harris before she dropped out. governor newsom has signed an executive order to send every registered voter, in california, a mail-in ballot for the november presidential election. the order does not eliminate in person voting but it is not clear how many polling places
there will be in the state. california is a first date to commit to sending everyone mail- in ballots in an effort to keep people safe during the pandemic. >> we want to make sure we are reaching out to all registered, eligible voters and giving them the opportunity, and giving the choice to feel like you have to go into a concentrated, dense environment where the health may be at risk. >> about 70% of california voters received a vote by mail ballot, mail-in ballot, rather, in march. here in the bay area, that number was about 80%. all right. time now is 739 a.m. and let's talk about our weather. rosemary is here with a check of how mother's day is going to shape up and the week ahead. yes for all our mothers out there, a bit of a cold out with temperatures falling after today with cooling on sunday. hopefully, it is the type of pattern you like but we're
working with clouds along the coastline. we are going to remain with partly to mostly cloudy skies long parts of the coast as a transition to this cooler pattern. outside, a doctors this morning, sfo, a mix of clouds out there with blue sky as well. 53 in san francisco. 54 in oakland park mid-50s, livermore, san jose 56. santa rosa, 49 degrees. santa rosa reporting some fog this morning, temperatures are down in santa rosa by 6 degrees. down in nevada by 4, few degrees cooler, hayward, san jose, livermore a tad warmer to start your morning. here's a view of reversing that fog. half moon bay reporting visibility at 2 miles. and over areas of the north bay, santa rosa reporting thick fog, visibly down to about two and half miles there. the winds are onshore through fairfield.
that went to about 20 mph. there is another good idea of what is to come. that cooler air moves in. as of all reports and onshore breeze at 9. san jose, coming from the north at 6. your futurecast model, into the afternoon, does the clouds hanging onto the coastline. notice the pattern when it comes to the patters on your screen. 60s at the coast, low 70s on the bay, our inland cities into the upper 80s, areas that were into the upper 90s copperfield yesterday, in the upper 90s. today we go 85. upper 80s expected for antioch, in to the north by, 80 degrees over santa rosa. 65 in san francisco, and run the bay, lettuce 70s. 72 for hayward. 78 expected in redwood city. amateurs will take another 5-10 degrees drop for your bay area on sunday. then, the possibility of rain in the forecast. details in the extended coming up in the little bit. thank you.
welcome back. the time is 7:45 am. ray horn, half of the famous siegfried & roy magic duo, has died after telling coronavirus. secrete issued a statement saying we lost one of the greats. the pair was a las vegas staple for multiple years and were known for their performances with tigers. freud tested positive for covid- 19 about a week ago. use only 75 years old. new data shows nearly half the people have died from the coronavirus, in california, were either residents of nursing homes or they were staff members at those homes. according to the mercury news, 1200 patients and workers in senior care facilities have died from covid-19 related causes in the state.
that is 49% of the deaths in the state health officials say that number me behind since some 15% of nursing homes have not reported numbers. the dmv has reopened 25 of its offices across the state which includes several in the bay area. the offices in san jose and concorde, san francisco, santa rosa and oakland's clermont location are open for the first time since march. there are number of big changes. everyone doing business at the dmv will be asked to wait outside of the building until they get a text to come inside. they must wear a mask or some kind of face covering and follow the 6 feet social distancing role and alameda county, the health of our brain is telling tesla ceo elon musk his plan to reopen the company's fremont plan does not comply with the state a martyr must remain close. that sammy came yesterday in response to tesla's plan to make lecture cars again in in a limited operation.
tesla contends it is in line with governor newsom's statewide order easing restrictions. the coming as i responded to the order from the county. some 90 has been totally workers at yosemite national park appeasing of action after being laid off in march when the park close to the pandemic workers were told, this week, the layoffs require them to leave yosemite by may 21. evictions were ordered in spite of the governor to go statewide moratorium on evictions through may 31. most of the workers affected are yosemite shuttle bus drivers were contracted at work for the company aramark perkinelmer claims it is helping former employees were having trouble finding you housing although it did not give any details. placer county accusing the governor of overstepping his authority with regards to his reopening guidelines. the supervisors unanimously passed a resolution telling the governor just that. placer county has relatively few cases of the coronavirus than
other parts of the state and county leaders want to be able to reopen their businesses sooner. >> i making the point to the governor you are overstepping your authority. your acting outside of the bounds of state law clearly defined. also call on the attorney general to do his job and enforced the law. >> definitions matter. >> reporter: supervisor say if they don't hear back from governor newsom by next week, they plan to call an emergency meeting to follow lawsuit against the governor. the governor has threatened to have federally running withheld from counties that do defy that stay-at-home order and reopen. many shops in santa cruz county are opening for business . the county moves into stage ii of the governor's plan to reopen the state. these businesses tell us some of the new customers don't live in the area but rather in counties with tighter restrictions. the owner's of santa fe floral
cut off orders because they're sold out for mother's day weekend. >> we are currently receiving 10-20 calls from santa clara county, all the way to san francisco county, residents calling to try and send flowers. >> experts a the dichotomy between the bay area and santa cruz county puts the neighbor, santa clara county, add an economic at. a lot of people, i guess you can go for brunch on sunday, but maybe in your backyard? make a day of it with your mother and it will be a little bit colder tomorrow? right rosemary? >> yes. it will not be as summerlike as yesterday. temperatures are cooling off today with additional cooling expected on mother's day sunday. we do have partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies long the coastline. we have clouds over the north
bay. and, around the bay is a mix of sun and clouds. these bay shore is partly sunny mostly cloudy, will inland we have sun shining. here's a view of the system that is bringing us the changes coming our way. cooling for the weekend and a possibility of some rain over the bay area come monday. high elevation snow for this year as well with a few inches expected there. here's a look at the future cast. notice the timestamp. monday morning, we are dry today, we are dry tomorrow, we are dry monday morning. it takes until about 10-11, maybe noontime before the north bay sees a few scattered showers. it takes arrested a before it slides over the bay area. here's the thing, we can see a few scattered showers of rain on tuesday and then trying out on wednesday. as far as rainfall amounts, it looks like a 10th of an inch or less for the central and south bay, but the further north you go, the better chance you'll get, anywhere from quarter inch to
maybe half-inch in northern california. right now, the models are showing anywhere from a quarter inch to maybe three or 4/10 of an inch to the north bay, the lake county area. will track that between monday and tuesday. between now and then, we have cooler air that moves in. right now, temperatures in the upper 40s over santa rosa. upper 50s in fairfield. 60 to start your day in brentwood and around the bay. 86 in oakland, 53 in san francisco 50 degrees and have mood bay paragraph i got there this morning. half-moon day and santa rosa reports visibility anywhere from 2-two and half miles. santa rosa will be nice and rolling but not as hot as yesterday. 77 expected by the lunch hour. as a get that onshore breeze, blowing through the delta, it helps to level off those temperatures. we don't see a huge spike for the afternoon. 80 degrees is the afternoon hypersensitivity. 80 degrees the afternoon high over santa rosa. upper 80s for areas like
antioch, fairfield 85. these areas were well into the 90s yesterday. run the bay, mid-60s san francisco to low 70s, berkeley, oakland, hayward, mid-70s in fremont, 80 degrees, we talked about hands. the extended forecast, notice the cooling continues, especially inland and around the bay. on the coastline, we can only go so far. 60 degrees expected for tomorrow. it cities for base eight communities, a percentage for moms enjoying mother's day inland. temperatures dropping on monday, tuesday and wednesday with the opportunity for wet weather. back to you. okay, coming up. this summer's special picks up and council. that does not mean the athletes are giving up. will tell you how the staff is helping the athletes trying to in this pandemic. server has a new spokes baby and she's from right here in the bay area. look at that sweet face. will tell you by her special
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athletes with the special olympics are turning to technology to stay fit. we spoke with the president and the cu of the special olympics in northern california. he said canceling the summer games is not only difficult but a very emotional decision as well. a new program is offering daily act dvds for athletes online.
>> yes, we went forward and we realized we are going to have to cancel our spring sports season for the summer games. it was very difficult for our staff. we knew overall we are responsible for the health and safety of our athletes and our entire community of volunteers and coaches, all our enforcement sponsors. i'm very proud of the staff. what we've been able to do is to pivot, right? we are offering virtual programs and it is really exciting because that was not part of our overall curriculum in the past where redirecting resources now for the foreseeable future to offer these virtual programs. the first one we kicked off was a health and fitness at home. that program is offered every day to our athletes. currently, we have upwards of 400 athletes that are participating in the program. so, every day they have the opportunity to interact with the staff, to dissipate in
health and fitness activities from home. to socially engage, one of the biggest things for the athletes, they feel isolated, right. they feel alone. it is important to have that interaction. >> such a big program and so needed as well. we posted a link on that knew online program for the special olympics. check it out at our website, ktvu.com, and you can find it in a web links section. the sonoma raceway has been canceled, it was scheduled for june 12-14. officials at the raceway work hard to find an alternative date. given the end, the ongoing uncertainty, they can come up with anything definitive. this marks the first time nascar has been canceled in sonoma since the inaugural race back in 1989. the nba commissioner has expressed the desire to finish out the current season.
he held a conference call with players yesterday to about plans to play. right now he says no decision will be made until june. if and when the season resumes, all the games could be played in one or two cities and those are most likely orlando and las vegas. games will also take place in empty arenas with no fans and that's not just for this season, it could possibly be for next season as well. well, mother's day is tomorrow and some floor shops are opening up just in time this stand on 19th avenue, it just opens yesterday, like so many businesses, they close when the state home orders took effect in march. rosa seem to be a favor for mother's day. the stand was doing risk business. some customers told us they will be able to enjoy their traditional mother's day visit this year. it will be a video chat. we will eat. will sit back and
view each other and enjoy the company through the internet. i'm going to try to. >> the customer was shopping for his mother-in-law whose birthday is also this weekend. so, happy birthday and happy mother's day to her. well we are partnering with the san francisco unified school district to provide eight daily television educational programming for some of the youngest students who are sheltered and placed and out of the classroom right now. sf loves learning airs on weekdays at 2 pm on ktvu plus, that is trail 36. it is a daily lesson for children from preschool to second grade. san francisco's youngest students crucial have less access to technology but any child is welcomed to watch, weekdays from 2-3 on ktvu plus. and gerber foods new spokes baby is adorable. let's introduce you to magnolia
world from ross. look at that face. she is celebrating her first birthday today. so, happy birthday magnolia. gerber announced she was crowned as the winner of the 10th annual gerber photo shirt for her joyful expression and her beautiful story. magnolia was adopted last year and is the first adopted baby to be chosen for the gerber campaign. coming up, some nonessential businesses are back open today after governor evan newsom okayed a partial reopening but with the next phase of reopening, the state underway, most of the bay area counties stay close. will tell you why. long-awaited track minutes work begins today for bart. what riders and drivers on highway 24 need to know to avoid some commuting issues. if your dreams have been more frequent and vivid, you're not alone. how isolation is changing everything, including our sleep
patterns. next like this. sunday last week it was clear and here we are again, a nice, big fat marine layer just hovering over the golden gate bridge and over most of the coast, but i am told that a lot of that will blow away and looks like another good day here in the bay area but we got a bit of a cold trend coming our way as well. welcome back to mornings on 2. the weekend is upon us. we want to bring in the meteorologist and it was a little too hot for people yesterday and couple days of the week. what's happening? >> yes. during the summertime. we get that 40 degree
temperature span and that's what we had yesterday. it was upper 50s to about 60 degrees at the coast and it was near 100 degrees for some of our hotter spots but it felt like more and clouds back along the coastline inside the bay, north bay also recording some low cloud cover and fog and temperatures in the upper 40s to upper 50s right now and still a relatively mild start to the day. it's into the afternoon where we're going to notice the change, especially around the bay, especially inland as temperatures fall off by 5, even 10 degrees and additional five to ten degrees of cooling expected for your bay area sunday happens to be mother's day, happen mother's day to all the mothers out there. getting into the extended forecast, calling for a shot of rain and i have details on these numbers for your weekend and plus the rain coming up in just a bit.
the project is closing several lanes of highway 24 and ktvu joins talking about the track shut down between lafayette and the rock ridge station. sarah, good morning. >> good morning, frank. work is underway at the arinda station and we can take you to that video, the crews are working hard right now. the work will replace tracks that install 3,000 feet of new rail and power lines between arinda and lafayette. to do that, bart has to shut down tracks between the lafayette and rock ridge stations this whole weekend. in the late night and early morning hours, bart crews may also close up to two lanes of east and westbound highways 24 in the arinda area. if you remember, last year similar work was done in the
area and major traffic delays on 24 and this time around there won't be any closures so traffic shouldn't be affected too much. bart ridership is down significantly because of the coronavirus pandemic, some use bart so weekend riders expect up to 25 minute delay. it's funded by a $3.5 million bond measure voted on and passed in 2016. it's to make the system safer and more reliable while reducing traffic. this is the first of five weekend closures. if you take a look at your screen, you'll see the other closures, the next one is memorial day weekend. then june 6 and 7 and then the 20th and 21st and then the fourth of july weekend. during the weekends, free buses replace the train and take people directly between rock ridge and lafayette and make stops between rock ridge, arinda, and lafayette. we're speaking to a bart spokesperson pretty soon here and we'll have details, more about this project in our 9:00
hour. governor gavin newsom said 70% of the state's economy roughly will be open again now with modifications. >> i know 70% is not the great number but they'll back to pre- pandemic and i want to be sober about this reality. >> california in stabling two of the reopening with each county proceeding at its own pace. napa, solano, and other counties are the only ones. the other six counties that make up the bay area, alameda, contracosta and santa clara continues are holding off on moving into phase two for now.
>> interview on fox and friends, president trump said california is not moving quicker in california and the people are going to force it now not in all cases and in some cases, you have to keep it going longer. we've learned a lot about it. the governor was generous in the public briefings and he does appreciate that. california's reopening plan, many businesses are reopening once again for the first time in a very long time. that means businesses like toy stores and sporting good stores will have their doors open for
the first time since march and curb side pick up under the guidelines and retail businesses. >> keeping people from coming in the store and feels like i'm open and it's just wonderful to see my customers in person again. >> i've always tried to support my local businesses. >> these businesses beginning curb side services must follow strict guidelines when it comes to social distancing, face coverings and other safety measures. shopping malls, restaurants, and businesses like hair and nail salons remain closed in all the three counties. the governor's office is threatening to with hold emergency disaster relief aid to three northern california counties defying the state's order to shelter in place. we're talking about yuba,
sutter, and modot in the north. they cite them in the north including hair salons and nail salons and restaurant and dining service. the director of california's office of emergency services sent a letter to each county warning them about potentially losing funding benefits because of problematic and concerning actions that jeopardize public health. >> losing funding in case thingings impact the regions. >> yuba and sutter counties have been in response to the letter that says we are working to do what is best for the overall health of our communities and coordinating with the governor's representatives on achieving balance with his order. meanwhile the owner of nail salon in danville is expressing
her concern over remark governor newsom made this week over the coronavirus crisis. the first known case of community spread happened in a nail salon. jade fung is the owner of black hawk beauty bar that remains shut down due to the pandemic and views the governor's statement as an attack on the nail salon industry that he says is highly regulated and staffed by very trained workers. >> troublesome and harmful in the industry coming from him. >> governor newsom said he was only pointing out a fact and stressing he did not intend for his remark to be an attack.
coastline inside the bay. good morning. we are looking at a cooler pattern not only for today but into mother's day sunday and then rain in the forecast as we get into next week. what's happening outside our doors this morning and we have the clouds back with us and on shore breeze through the delta this morning and it'll help cool us down into the afternoon. a live look here into sfo where we are with a partly sunny, partly cloudy skies and low clouds along the coast -- right up over the hills and temperatures this morning 53 degrees in san francisco. upper 40s for santa rosa, 54 in oakland, upper 50s, livermore for san jose and 24 hour temperature change and we started within a few degrees of yesterday, earlier this morning, now we are already seeing a big change.
fairfield is down by 10 degrees and in the afternoon as well. two and a half miles on the half-moon bay reporting three miles and three oakland reporting and 5 to 10 to 15 degrees and 92 yesterday and today expected to hit 80 degrees. that's 12 degrees cooler for you there. more than ten degrees cooler in san francisco with 65 for the afternoon high and concord will take a big drop in san jose
down by 11 degrees from yesterday. notable changes for today with additional cooling on sunday. in and around the bay area, a quick peek before i let you go. afternoon high for fairfield and today, yesterday, upper 90s, fairfield landing and sunday as well as extended forecast that includes a bit of bay area rain and high sierra snow and that's more coming up in just a bit. thanks, rosemary. drug makers are shifting around supplies to work on a coronavirus vaccine. how soon one company might be ready to be used. a simple concept for in demand item. keeping germs away and we get a look at his invention that's getting a lot of attention.
woman, katie, she tested very good for a long period of time and then all of a sudden today she tested positive. >> the news comes just one day after president trump's valet also tested positive. the white house chief of staff said the trump administration is taking new safety measures for people in the west wing. >> we put in some additional protocols over the last 48 hours and we'll continue to monitor that. >> weeks of assurances at the white house to make sure everyone is healthy and the president and vice president has repeatedly cited they do not need to wear masks. time now 8:16, the food and drug administration approved the first at home saliva test and they've developed the home testing kit and they're putting
saliva in the tube and the n95 style masks determining they failed to meet u.s. safety standards and the decision announced yesterday reverses fda decision made back in april before the safety exists and were uncovered. >> the ordnance is social distancing guidelines will cut down space inside restaurants and bars and the city should allow these businesses to set up outside such as on streets and sidewalks, parks and public plazas. restaurants welcome any health they can get to bring back
customers. >> i think that's a huge first step. i think it'll take a lot more than that safely. the city and vision can help over businesses such as gyms and san jose downtown association say 84% of businesses are currently closed. bay area 12-year-old has invented a device to help battle the spread of the coronavirus. it's a gadget that allows people to avoid touching surfaces with their hands. his invention if daily city and the safe touch pro allows you to punch buttons and open doors without handling what could be a contaminated service. he saw his parents using his
sleeves. >> what he created this for me, it was perfect. >> after the pandemic, it was over and more. >> plastic and germ resistant by the way so far he sold a few hundred at $14.99 each and give them 10, 15 years, he'll have a start up in the silicon valley. >> i love it. young kids solving problems for us. >> yes, indeed. that's bay area living. we have a cool down coming our way last year seeing it this
morning. inside the bay, the on shore breeze back and temperatures falling off and here's the view going on in and around the bay area this morning. the clouds in addition to patchy fog, half-moon bay, and santa rosa reporting visibility about two miles or so. look at system here that's bringing us the cooler air and eventually bringing us a bit of rain. here's the view of future cast for you getting through your saturday first, notice the clouds along the coastline inside the bay, we've got some over areas of the innovator bay as we get into the afternoon and we're likely to remain partly sunny and cloudy at the coast and sunny for the rest of us, temperatures cooler for today and now we're into sunday and north bay once again and if you look closely, you may even notice clouds moving through areas of the straight as well as the delta.
again, the clouds are back, the on shore breeze and both are good indicators that the cool down is already occurring. time stamp we've got rain offshore. looks like that rain will move in by the afternoon. so let's plan for that and in the meanwhile, let's plan for the cool down, temperatures outside 49 degrees in santa rosa and 53 san francisco and upper 50s in walnut creek and 58 over livermore and san jose by lunchtime. 76 expected for you there. mild weather and into the afternoon about 80 degrees or so expected under mostly sunny conditions. very warm and not low 60s at
the coast and upper 60s for friends in santa cruz the extended forecast there and additional cooling upper 70s in the forecast for inland cities. areas in the upper 90s just yesterday. upper 70s expected tomorrow and 60s around the bay, even cooler getting into monday, tuesday, wednesday for inland cities and we're not going to get any cooler but we'll have cloud cover and have scattered showers and i expect we'll come up. more back to you. fda granted the use of a test that dr. deborah burke said could open up america again. how it works and allows for more accuracy. plus, shelter in place orders may be affecting your dreams. we're going to here from a
trying to find more content to process more than what we're giving her during the day. >> is that a good thing? are these dream as good thing because we're working them out or anything we should be concerned about because there's some that if we remember them, i guess that's okay. i guess i'm working it out.
can help people the way that she does. she is truly an example of love, happy mother's day, mom, from your daughter, deneisha. if you know someone making a difference in the community, we love to hear from you. e-mail the details along with the picture or video for free. >> how much business is picking up ahead of mother's day. the vaccine under development and how soon it now will be available.
that has become a favorite past time for people as we continue to shelter in place and it was hot yesterday but if you take a look outside and see that gray, it gives you an indication of how different today will be and what a difference a day makes. it is saturday, may 9. thanks for waking up with us. >> hi, everyone, i'm frank on this saturday, we're checking in with rosemary. a lot of dog walking going on. >> clouds at the coastline and inside the bay as well as the north bay and partly sunny for the coast this afternoon to mostly sunny well inland and
temperatures especially inland 5, 10, 15 degrees cooler than just yesterday and upper 50s along the coastline with areas around ocean beach and pacifica to upper 80s for hot spot areas that were in the 90s yesterday. when i come back, details on the current condition and what to expect for the afternoon in just a bit. the tests can provide results within minutes and the emergency authorization did not go through the test. it involves pricking a finger for a blood sample or far more
accurate for detections and results do take longer. part of pharmaceutical giant ramping up potential vaccine for the coronavirus. the company began human trials this week after it put mayor research twister on hold. the vaccine could be ready for emergency use in the u.s. as early as september if the tests are successful. a wash dog group found strong evidence that a former top vaccine expert was removed from his job for retaliatory reasons. the office of special council is recommending that rick bright be re-instated while it investigates. he filed a whistle blower complaint this week saying he was removed from his government post overseeing the coronavirus crisis due to political reasons including attacking a treatment drug that president trump was
promoting. revenue short falls lopping after the immediate crisis ends. the budget gap made total of $126 million and quickly recover and right now the state is facing $54 billion of next year. gap since 2008 recession and governor newsom signed an executive order to send every registered voter and in person voting really not clear with polling places there'll be in the state. california's the first state to commit to sending everyone mail in ballots in an effort to keep people safe during the
>> play it again sports was also on the phase two list and has it down pat. >> this here is like the staining area here and receipts go on them and has an order number as well. >> brian walter said they've been able to stay afloat during the crisis by re-inventing themselves and biggest baseball suppliers in the san gable valley. they're now all about weights, bars, and benches.
on in and around the east bay. it looks like folks on the move over areas of highway 24. you can see a bit of a breeze out there. if you look towards the hills that would be to the west, we've got the clouds there banked up against those east bay hills and right now in oakland, 54 degrees reported, low 50s in san francisco, santa rosa at 49, upper 50s in livermore as well as san jose and temperatures a lot cooler over areas of fairfield where the on shore breeze is moving all the way through this morning down by 10 degrees over fairfield, down by 7 in navado and 7 in hayward and san jose by 8. along the coastline inside the bay over areas of the north bay as well moving just a bit closer too. it looks like a san pablo bay as well as san francisco bay and filled in this morning and san francisco portions of the peninsula and sun and clouds into the northbound this
morning. there it is there, an indicator of cooler specific instructions moving through and perhaps through the central valley and calm conditions in santa rosa and napa on shore, oakland, livermore moving 5 to 10 miles per hour and we're expected along the coastline today and for temperatures coming way down especially for our bay side and inland communities and low 70s expected for hayward today and areas over antioch and brentwood and mid 80s in fairfield and mid 90s and upper 90s yesterday and additional cooling yesterday expected for mother's day sunday and the possibility of rain coming our way details in theex- tended forecast coming up.
the alameda county coroner has identified two children that were killed in a horrific crash on thursday on internet 80. the chp says the driver of a honda slammed into a caltrans truck parked in center median near lake shore avenue in oakland. the car was then hit by a mini van. the two children killed were 8- year-old candice parks and 13- year-old [ inaudible ] of
oakland. the third person and driver in the car were injured . a horse died at golden gate fields in berkeley and the death of 32-year-old building and season at golden gate fields and be 38th in california. the track is planning to reopen on thursday without spectators. the dmv has reopened 25 of its offices across the state of california and that includes several locations here in the bay area. the offices in san jose, concord, san francisco, santa rosa, and oakland's clairemont location for the first time since march. everyone at the dmv will be asked to wait outside the building till they get a text
inside. the coronavirus has affected everything in our world imcolludes the life insurance business. half of the population carries life insurance. with a current pandemic, it's likely to go up. i spoke with the ceo of generalmy live and he told me in the past several weeks, traffic to their website and app is up some 600 to 800% as the public comes to terms with the coronavirus. >> it's actually a good thing. while it might be good for ourselves as a company, the most important thing is people are recognizing mortality risk as something that needs taken care of by a very economical product called life insurance. we've had a material inbound organic interest in life insurance as a category and it's specifically for the company. i might add most families don't have a half million dollars saved up in liquid assets.
mostly i don't. we figured, gee, if someone were to die in your family for covid-19 or flu or anything, how likely would that family have a half million to pay off their mortgage to not get tossed out into a family member's home or with half million, wouldn't it be great of 2.1 children had access to college? those were wonderful benefits of life insurance. >> and the numbers are revealing the average american household has $10,000 in saves and 11,000 saved for retirement. if you're wondering death by pandemics like the coronavirus are 100% covered by life insurance. time now is 8:45 and tickets are sold out for the reopening of shanghai disney land scheduled for monday. the first of the disney theme parks to welcome guests since
new this morning, we are learning that one of the true founding fathers of rock and roll has died. little richard was 87 years old. now the cause of his death is not being revealed but his long list of iconic hits during the early days of rock and roll in the 1950s included good golly, miss molly, tooty fruity and more. his impact on rock and roll was enormous and beetles was a big influence. >> i listened to the beetles radio station on sirius and
concord reporting 7 and oakland reporting 5 getting into the rain fall for monday and skip past today and tomorrow and numbers back in just a moment. take a look at monday morning where we are off to a dry start. that begins to change by about noontime, 1:00, notice some light rain falling over the north bay. not really accumulating anything at that point. some light stuff to start and then as we get into the second part of the afternoon and early evening hours, it spreads across the bay. tuesday leaving in a possibility of more rain and beginning to dry out on wednesday. as far as rain fall amounts, anywhere from a few one- hundredths of an inch to tenth of an inch in central and south bay and north bay locations could see anywhere from a quarter inch to maybe half inch. santa rosa about four tenths and we'll have to see what happens.
rain in the forecast for next week for the weekend we'll cool it down. temperatures right now, 49 degrees in santa rosa for inner east bay and livermore around the bay. 50s here, 58 in oakland and 53 in the city of san francisco and low 50s at half-moon bay and not quite as warm as yesterday and 72 expected for hayward and low 80s in concord and a dramatic drop for most around the bay and inland today. 80 degrees and 84 morgan hill and low 60s at half-moon bay and upper 60s for santa cruz and temperatures take an additional drop on sunday and for our coastline, baseline communities, monday, tuesday, wednesday, temperatures don't
change much and our inland cities cool off. our chance for rain monday, tuesday high elevation snow over the high sierra and dry out on wednesday. back to you. thanks, rosemary. different countries are taking different approaches to the coronavirus. how europe is handling the pandemic and how that compares to the bay area. and murals are popping up on boarded up store fronts how artists are inspired to fill the void during the pandemic. love ya'. oop! you look cute! better than you? pop my 100% all-white-meat classic or spicy popcorn chicken combo for just $5.99.
>> the murals range in style, size, and substance, some tieing in with businesses they adorn like coffee shops and others flights of fancy. >> hayden has done five store fronts so far and the pandemic serving as an inspiration for many of them. this is bringing more fantasy like make believe and fantasy and just a calmness perhaps. >> the artists saying they appreciate the work and getting to share their vision for all to see. >> i hope that the work that i do and he's got concerned and artists are getting properly compensated and also he says the nature of these quarantine
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friend. roy was 75 years old and tested positive a week ago. sonomo raceway has canceled the race because they couldn't find anything definitive. this is the first time nascar has canceled in sonoma since 1989. >> adam silver had a conference call and talked about plans yesterday. he said no decision is going to be made about games until june but when the season returns all games can be played in one or two cities and they would be orlando or los angeles and games would take place in empty
arenas with no fans and that's not just for this season and very well happen next year as well. coming up, some nonessential businesses back open after the governor approved the openings but with the next phase under way mops of the bay area stays close. we will tell you why and the opener of a bay area salon is speaking out after the governor announced a nail salon was the source of the first community spread case of the coronavirus. and bart shutting down tracks to install new lines and power lines. what up need to watch out for if you plan on taking part in the east. good morning. a beautiful shot of the bay area. blue skies and around the bay and the bridge, we still got that marine layer and san jose
is clearing up rather nicely. it looks like a nice weekend and mother's day coming up. may the 9th already. i'm frank mallard and i'm claudine wong and i am looking out the window and it is gorgeous. rosemary joining us and i love the sunshine and i love that it is smidge cooler than yesterday. >> i agree, claudine, as much as i love the 90s it is nice. we are not only going to see a big dramatic drop today and additional drop for inland cities tomorrow and in the extended forecast, how about a little bit of wet weather. that is what we are calling for as well. so for today a mix of sun and clouds and partly sunny at the
coastline and sunny inland and five degrees cooler for some in the afternoon today. tomorrow another drop and monday and tuesday time frame we will have rain, perhaps high sierra snow. we will check in on current conditions and line up the afternoon highs and talk about the extended forecast in a little bit. >> sunday good, rosemary. work under way to install new train tracks in the east bay. the bart project affecting service and shutting down lanes on highway 24. we have more to tell you about the impact all of that construction will make on commuters and folks driving as well. sarah. >> reporter: good morning, frank. this comes as no surprise but weekend bart ridership is down about ninety percent because of the coronavirus pandemic, but for those 10% using bart expect a 25 minute delay because of
the work. the maintenance work is upgrading equipment that is 40 years old installing 3000 feet of new rail and power lines between random and lafayette and upgrade the lighting in the tunnel among other changes. bart has to track down tracks in lafayette and rockford stations. in the late night bart crews may close up to two lanes of east and westbound highway 24 for equipment placement. if you remember, last year's similar work was done and major traffic delays on 24. but this time around there won't be any daytime lane closures so traffic should not be affected. the project is funded by $3.5 million fund measure voted on in 2006. the goal is to make the system safer and more reliable while reducing traffic. since bart ridership is down we asked a spokesperson why they wouldn't shut down bart for a couple of weeks to get it done
rather than trade it out over five weekends. >> by doing it on the weekend because the ridership is lower it will have less of an impact. we are carrying essential workers to their job during the week and we want to maintain that service as much as we can. >> this is the first of five weekend closures. if you look at your screen, you will see the other closures, the next one is memorial day weekend and june 6th to 7th and the 20th to the 21st and 4th of july weekend. during the weekends, free buses will replace the train and take people between rockford and lafayette and make stops. well, governor gavin newsome says 70% of the state's economy can reopen with modifications. >> i know 70% is not 100% and i deeply recognize with modifications means with
restrictions and with those restrictions means the struggle for businesses to get back to where they were prepandemic and that's why i want us to be sober about this reality. >> california is now in stage 2 of the reopening process with each county proceeding at its own case. in the bay, napa and sonoma county are the only ones following the governor's lead and loosening restrictions. the other six counties that make up the area are holding off on moving to phase two for now. with so noma and napa, california is planning on opening doors so that means businesses at range from toy shops to sporting good stores are opening for the first time since march but they are limited to mostly curb side pickup service under the
guidelines for s for low risk retail businesses. >> it feels like i am open and it is wonderful to see my customers again. >> we worry about the economy, especially the local economy and have tried to support our local businesses and make people happy. >> these businesses began curb side service must still follow strict guidelines for social distancing. all face coverings and other safety measures and shopping malls and restaurants and businesses like hair and nail salons remain closed in all three of those counties. governor's office is threatening to hold disaster relief add for defining the shelter in place order. they cited low numbers of coronavirus cases for allowing
businesses to reopen including their hair and nail salons and restaurants for dining service. but the director of california office of emergency services sent out a letter to each county warning them about potentially losing essential funding because of problematic and concerning actions that jeopardize public health. >> we've have had big scores at the oroville dam and things like that and with fires that occur locally, so to lose that type of funding in case something happens, could really impact the region. >> yuba and sutter counties issued this statement in response to the letter. we are working to do what is best for the overall health of our community and coordinating with the governor's representatives on achieving balance with his order. well the owner of a nail salon in danville is expressing concern about a remark that the government made about the
coronavirus. governor newsomesome said that the first known case of covid- 19 happened in a nail salon. she is the owner of the beauty bar that is closed because of the shutdown. she views this as an attack on the nail salon industry that is highly regulated by staff. >> we strictly abide by the rules, so that is why it is troublesome to hear that coming from him. >> well governor newsome says he was pointing out a fact and did not intend for his remark to be an attack on the nail salon industry. >> another check of weather and the perfect mother's day gift will be a little bit of sunshine maybe on sunday. rosemary, can you deliver? job around the bay and inland we will get sunshine but maybe
a little complicated. the cooling trend under way and trend we will see all the way through mother's day and beyond. a view around the bay area we have more in the north bay and just inside the bay, how about a view of the skyline over oakland this morning where we are waking up with overcast skies, 55 degrees. we have low 50s with mostly cloudy skies in santa rosa and a little bit of fog as well. low 50s san francisco. low 60s in livermore with a lot of sunshine and partly cloudy over san jose, 60 degrees. take a look at how much cooler we are for the inland cities where the onshore breeze started early this morning, 13 in fairfield in the north bay and 11 in santa rosa. oakland, hayward. out the door this morning for a run around the neighborhood. it should feel nice, out to walk the dog and cool.
areas of dog along half-moon bay and santa rosa reporting four. no patchy dense fog but a little bit thick out there in some spots. we have that cloud cover still along the east bay shore as well. and over san francisco, as well as parts of the peninsula. the winds on shore through clear field at 17 miles per hour. the cool pacific air will help us out where it was a little too hot. it will be a warm day. livermore 84 degrees and for the average for this time of year we are still well above that. by 9 degrees or so. santa rosa going to 80. yesterday 90 so a big improvement there. here is a view around the bay. 65 in san francisco. 80 for concord. additional drop in temperatures for mother's day and rain in
the forecast for monday and tuesday. details coming up in the extended forecast. drug makers are shifting around supplies to work on a coronavirus vaccine. how soon one company says its vaccine may be ready to be used safely. and several countries in europe are planning to reopen more parts of society next week. we will hear from people with bay area ties how life is them for there and how it compares to here. and... let's get started.
today two norwegian cruise lines will open. two ships will arrive today and another will come in on sunday. the ships and a small crew could stay in oakland for two or three months. there are no reports of any coronavirus cases associated with either ship. back in march you may recall the grand princess docked in oakland so passengers, some with the coronavirus can be taken taken off of that ship. and the city of oakland is shutting down for more people to walk and ride bikes and maintaining social distancing. drivers will have closures on east 23rd and tifon road. people that live on the streets will be allowed to drive in those blocked off areas. the city has closed 29 miles of streets currently during the
shelter in place part of the slow streets program. depending on where you live around the country and around the world the coronavirus pandemic looks different as does the response. we wanted to give you perspective this week i talked to monique francis a bay area journalist living in france. france does reopen on monday. i talked with two sisters, one is an american author and mother that lives in italy and italy reopened this last week and the other lives in new york that is now seeing hot spots even though other numbers are coming down and here are their perspectives. as for people's comfort levels i think especially here in paris because we are a big city that people we have been cooped up for so long and we are ready to get out and the comfort level is a different question that just from my own personal observations on the street, there are people that aren't really observing the
social distancing and other people that are. i think it just depends on who you are with your personality. i think it's the same in the u.s. with my friends that i keep in touch with in paris. some feel like they are ready to get back out there and others are saying no, wait as long as we need to, to be safe. >> even on terraces, kids have drawn rain bows and everything will be okay. everything will be okay and that's been important because i think when you are walking at least in the last two months when we have been walking around the streets when you go out with your dog or whatever you see rain bows and you just don't see shutters closed and darkness. >> that's important. how is the struggle in new york? honestly it sounds like it has not gotten better. that we have rainbows in roam and working it out in new york. >> i am having some sister
jealously right now like having a country that is divided. that's the hardest part of thinking about this in a bigger way is what, how are we a current? how are we not just these divided states that are handling it so differently without cohesive leadership. it is depressing. >> what is interesting is how the reopenings are happening. for example, in italy restaurants were closed completely during the lockdown so they are now only allowed to do take out. the president of italy saying that the country will have a summer so trying to make sure that people will have a summer vacation. in france even though it is opening up on monday tourists will have to quarantine for 14 days. that's an order that went in just this week and it will be
in effect until july 24th. it will take time for things to resemble the way things once were. all of the different countries and states and with the governor allowing some and not others it will be a different track of things. i see rosemary and we got blue skies. good morning. good morning to you frank and claudine, if you are looking for cooler weather we are headed in the right direction. around the bay area this morning we have clouds a long time coastline inside the bay and the north bay and reporting cloud cover and fog this morning. temperatures are several degrees cooler, the onshore breeze blowing through the delta. here is a look at storm tracker 2 and a look at the system bringing the cooler weather. for today a notable drop and additional dive expected tomorrow especially for inland
cities a long time coastline and we will bottom out today and tomorrow and not going to see a whole lot of change but as we get to monday and tuesday, we introduce the possibility of some rain. i'll show you that in a moment. the onshore breeze through fairfield is 17 miles per hour. concord reporting nine. napa reporting 7. this is helping us out in addition to the cloud cover. cooler air for today. here is the futurecast and getting into the afternoon notice the clouds do continue along the coastline. we will be partly cloudy to mostly sunny for the bay area inland. now into sunday morning. happy mother's day. mostly cloudy skies in the north bay a long time coastline we are socked in pretty good and if the onshore breeze blows as expected the cloud cover will reach all the way into the delta and maybe even to the sacramento valley. the futurecast now in to monday morning we start out dry but if you look at the pacific, we have rain coming our way from monday afternoon and it looks like it could linger to
tuesday, maybe even into wednesday morning. temperatures in the bay under partly cloudy skies in the bay and mostly cloudy on the coast. 52 at half-moon bay and in the north bay 51 in santa rosa and for the east bay the sun is shining. 66 in fairfield. san jose showing you by lunchtime mid-70s in the forecast and for the second part of the day, low 80s expected. san jose going to 81 and the futurecast has you going to 82. 78 the high in the north bay of nevada. 65 instance and will shave san francisco will shave off 10 degrees. yesterday fairfield was close to 90s so a change there. let's talk about los gatos 82.
the extended forecast, indian bay area sunday shaving off a degree or two for the coastline and another five degrees or so for our bay side community and another five to ten degrees expected for the inland cities. for monday temperatures won't change much but the inland cities will continue to see a drop for monday and chance for scattered showers monday, tuesday and we dry out on wednesday. back to you. thank you, rosemary. up next learning details of a georgia man killed while he was out for a jog. what we learned as two suspects made their first court appearance and now pressco dining can be coming to streets in san jose. how restaurants can be allowed to be putting tables into shut down streets. coming up.
authorities say in georgia that more people can be arrested in the death of a 25- year-old man that was murdered. two people were arraigned yesterday. ahmaud arbery was shot and killed in february. the two videos showed them chasing him and shooting them. investigators are investigating everyone including the person that recorded it. arbery's death has sparked
protest and across the world people ran 2.3 2 miles in a show of support for arbery. yesterday was his 23rd birthday. pilots at an air force base will take to the skies to pay tribute to medical workers and first responders. they will take off from the air force in yuma county. they will fly over medical facilities in several locations including vacaville and travis air force. you can check on the estimated times of the flyovers by going to beal air force facebook page. well on this mother's day, ktvu is taking time to recognize that there are special people in our lives, the moms. we are honoring susan close from san ramon. her son, jay, says she is his
hero because though she takes life's challenges in stride. my mom never had any role models for being a mother. a wife or immigrant and has always had to forge her own path. working as a software engineer for 15 years and founded her own successful design business, her hard work and compassion are inspiring to us. happy mother's day, mom. if you know someone that is making a difference, let us know. email us the details along with pictures or videos to my hero at fox tv.com. coming up. fda has use of a test that dr. deborah birx says could open america again. how it works. and work in the east bay to make the transit system safer and more reliable. we got a live report up next.
back to mornings on two. we are remembering little richard that died at the age of 87. his cause of death is unknown. but his long list of iconic hits during the early rock 'n' roll days of the 1950s included his tootie fruitie and lysyl and so much music that he leaves behind. his impact on rock music enormous. the beatles and the rolling stone called little richard one of their biggest influences. people are remembering their favorites that he leaves in terms of music legacy. thanks for waking up with us i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm frank mallicoat. little richard had energy that is for sure. he could light up a room and stadium. and weatherwise rosemary has good news for the moms out
there because it looks like a pretty good weekend unless you are outside on the coast maybe. >> well mother nature is going to bring us a cool-down for the weekend. we are seeing it already. the cooler weather a nice relief and that is what we are seeing in the coastline and the day and partly cloudy start to the day. for everybody temperatures will cool off, a notable drop for the inland cities. for today we are calling for the morning fog with partly cloudy skies and mostly sunny inland and temperatures for our inland cities mid to upper 80s expected for the hotter spots, the areas that were in the 90s yesterday. another five to ten degrees of cooling expected for the bay sunday. we will check on the current conditions and line up the afternoon highs and the weekend
in a little bit. all right. thanks so much. rosemary. happening now it is the first of five weekend bart closures in the east bay. the project is also closing several lanes of highway 24, overnight and not what we saw before. but something to keep in line. we will talk about the track shut down between the lafayette and rockford stations. good morning. >> good morning, claudine. this was planned before the coronavirus pandemic. they have made adjustments maintaining guidelines with crews but this work is much needed and replacing equipment that is 40 years old. the work will replace four track switches and install 3000 feet of new rail and new power lines between arrendo and laugh
lafayette and the goal is to make it more reliable. they have to shut down tracks between lafayette and the rockford station this weekend. riders should expect a 25 minute delay. in the late night and early morning hours bart crews may close up to two lanes of eastbound and westbound highway 24 in arrendo for equipment replacement. last year similar work was done and there were delays but this time there won't be daytime closures so traffic shouldn't be affected too much. health guidelines are still being followed. we will have protocols in place and that means that the bus stops, markings as we notice markings to notice six feet by the with us and get on. with the cruise and our bart staff will be at the stations and they will be wearing masks and practicing social
distancing while they do this work. this is the week of five weekend closure, if you look at the screens you will see memorial day weekend and then june 6th and 7th and then june 20th and 21st and then the 4th of july weekend. during these weekends free buses will replace the train and take people between rockridge and lafayette. this project is funded by $3.5 million bond measure voted on and passed in 2016. the alameda county coroner's office has identified two children that were killed in a terrible crash on thursday. this happened on interstate 580. the chp says the driver of a honda slammed into a sal tran truck in oakland and hit by a
minivan. the two children kill were 8- year-old candice parks and 13- year-old elija from oakland. the driver in those cars were injured. the california horse racing board has report nad a horse has died at golden gate fields during a training session. the gelding was the 10th horse to die at golden gate and the 38th in california. the track is planning to reopen on thursday with no spectators. 9:35. authorities in last gats to is offering a reward for information in a deadly shooting. 48-year-old roberto rivera was working as a mason in a home on highland circle when he was shot and killed. the suspect may have left the area on a motorcycle. there have been six deadly police shoot is in the bay area
since easter. we decided to take a closer look at each incident and whether stress induced by the pandemic was a factor in these cases. there were deadly place shootings in daily cities, rich land and san leandro and san jose and the most recent in half moon bay. the sheriff's office says its deputies killed a woman that shot at them first. ktvu crime reporter henry lee talked to a psychology professor and attorneys who have defended and sued police officers accused of misconduct. i'm even doubly concerned when i hear and see a rash of police shootings and it doesn't appear like the officers are being held accountable. >> most of them involved folks who are suicidal and they are forcing the officers and giving them literally no alternative but to use lethal force. >> a tsunami or a wave of challenges moving forward and
they could be a factor in some of the shootings but we don't know. >> prosecutors will evaluate all of the shootings through new state law that raises the force from reasonable to necessary. firefighters in morin were able to make quick work of small grass fire before it spread. sky fox was overhead shortly after that fire was reported. this is around 3:15 yesterday afternoon. taking a look at deer valley road in san rafael. and you see that small area of scorched grass. crews were able to keep it from flaring up and no damage or injuries were reported. well, in the south bay, investigators are trying to figure out what sparked a fire at a daycare in san jose. firefighters say they got several calls about a fire near east julian. when crews got to the scene they found the fire in the back of the day air and no children inside at the time and the
opener was able to escape uninjured and that fire was brought under control. some new data shows that nearly half of the people that died from the coronavirus in california were residents of nursing homes or staff. the mercury news reports 1200 patients and workers at senior care facilities have died from related causes. that's 49% of the deaths in the state. that number may be higher since some 15% of nursing homes have not reported their numbers. san diego company is getting the go ahead for a new category of test against the coronavirus. covid-19 antigen tests tests proteins in the virus by analyzing swab samples from a patient's nostrils. fda had a so-called emergency use authorization to caudill corporation to provide results in minutes but the emergency authorization says it did not
go through the standard stringent review. an antigen test is different from antibodies that involves pricking a finger for a blood sample but more accurate for detecting infections but the results take longer. >> well the pharmaceutical company, pfizer is ramping up production of what it is calling a potential coronavirus vaccine. they began trials after putting other projects on hold. they said it could be ready for emergency use as early as september if their tests are successful. and a federal watchdog group has found strong evidence that a former top vaccine expert was removed from the job for retaliatory reasons. the office of special council is recommending that withbright
be investigated. there was a complaint filed due to political reasons and that was on a drug that president trump was promoting. the farmer's market in danville back open for weekend shoppers. farmer's markets in the bay were shut down during the first several weeks of the coronavirus crisis but many have reopened with strict new health and safety protocols. organizers are reconfiguring the markets for social distancing between booths. you can see face coverings are required for the customers and the vendors alike. sadly, no food sampling is permitted anymore. time is 9:40 and there is changes and if we could get's semblance of things that we love people will appreciate that. we do have mother's day tomorrow, rosemary and a nice
forecast shaping up for that. yes indeed. a bit cooler with far inland cities could be a nice relief. temperatures in the 90s yesterday the hottest day of the year. we are seeing a cool-down with clouds on the coastline and inside the bay. the onshore breeze is back and blowing through fairfield from 15 to 25 miles per hour at times and cool pacific air reaching the sacramento valley. giving you a look here over san jose where we have haze out there this morning. some of this having to do with cloud cover and fog starting to burn off so to speak. san jose right now 60s and low 60s in livermore and 56 in oakland. still partly sunny to mostly sunny in oakland. low 50s san francisco and santa rosa in addition to cloud cover. take a look. 24-hour temperature change a notable drop in the north bay by 12 degrees in napa and
fairfield by 13 and in the south bay by 7 over san jose. oakland and hayward 9 degrees cooler this morning. areas of fog, along the coastline inside the bay, north bay as well. visibility over santa rosa and half moon bay four to five miles and we know it is out there and thick in some areas but beginning to see clearing already this morning. along the peninsula and the clearing in the east bay shore. the winds reporting 17 miles per hour on shore. napa reporting 7 and concord reporting 9 and nevers nevers nevada and oakland three. 80 for santa rosa and yesterday it was 92. san francisco, you are going to drop a good 11-degree. 65 your afternoon high is average. concord, 83 and san jose you are coming down by 11 degrees. 80 the afternoon high for you. before i let you go, a better look around.
we got 75 in san mateo and 75 for the inner north bay of napa and vallejo, 79 for you. temperatures continuing to fall in to our mother's day sunday especially far inland cities and in the extended forecast. i have rain. details on this coming up in just a little bit. okay. thanks rosemary. the international olympic committee is still planning to have the games next year and why there still may be a possibility of a cancellation. how owners of businesses are trying to get each others to help during these tough
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line with governor newsom's statewide orders on manufacturing. the coronavirus pandemic has created an economic and medical crisis including russia. agencies have said they have taken a dramatic turn for the worse across the country in the past month and 2000 confirmed virus deaths in russia and the pandemic is now creating some big political problems for russian president vladimir putin. >> russia is handling it badly. the pandemic overshadowed the 75th anniversary of nazi germany that ended world war ii. a senior member of the international olympics says next year's summer's games may not happen. it was supposed to begin on july 24th in tokyo but pushed
back to july 2021 because of the pandemic. john coats of the international olympics announced today that ioc is moving forward on the assumption that there's no further postponements or the cancellation of the olympics. we are proceeding on the basis that there is no plan b of deferring the games or nothing like that. >> the athletes like that certainty and they are still preparing hard and working hard for the games. now the officials say that the tokyo games could mean a great deal to the public like the 1920 and 1948 games where they followed world war i and ii. a group of small businesses in oakland has created a virtue main street online and encouraging people for support. i spoke to the director of the india alliance and saw interest when the stay-at-home orders
took effect. >> we know that it is important for small businesses to have a network of all mother businesses to relate to but in times of crisis we have seen the group grow tremendously. at the beginning we were closer to 300 and pushing 4 and you getting new applications every day. as students some of them started to hit the small businesses and people saw the sales drop. we realized that our community in oakland wants to support us and there is so many different businesses and they don't know where to turn to. they don't know who is doing it and offering gift certificates and ordering caviar so we have put this together. membership is free from any independently run business in the city of oakland. well, santa clara has not reopened but city officials are helping businesses in san jose
get ready and that includes the new ordinance to allow businesses to operate outdoors. ann rubin has more on how this al fresca dining would work. >> in san jose the streets are quiet. the sidewalks practically empty but soon the public spaces may help local businesses like pizza flora and the good karma cafe bring diners back. >> it is going to be everything we have to hold onto. nothing will be the same for at least 12 months. cities are thinking outside of the box and proposing an ordinance called san jose alfresco. the idea to allow restaurants and bars and other businesses to set up in public parks and plazas and streets and sidewalks. >> there is going to be rules that are going to restrict how many people can be inside the business we are going to need to bring the customers outside the business. >> and no time line for this type of reopening city leaders say it's important to have a plan in place and to deal with
issues like fees and permitting now. >> i think with the crisis affords us is the opportunity to move faster. that recognize that there is a really urgent need to help folks get back to work. >> we will need to make this turnkey and be able to have tables and expand off service and good businesses a chance to be successful. >> the san jose downtown association says 84% of businesses are currently closed but places like pizza flora are optimistic that this al fresca plan may help. >> this is a huge step and it will take more than that and every time we make a smart decision in opening up safely will help the revenue and the economy in general. >> and this just won't be for restaurants. there is gyms and other retailers using an alfresco model and will discuss it on
tuesday. let's talk to rosemary about the forecast. good morning. >> good morning to you. it's going to be a nice one. frank and claudine we will have mostly cloudy skies and along the coast i think we will remain mostly cloudy to sunny. temperature for the bay side above the average for the inland cities. how about a view of what is going on outdoors with the mix of sun and clouds that is the mix and in the coming days introducing the possibility of scattered clouds. a view of storm tracker two shows you the system bringing us the cooler air and the onshore breeze and bringing us the cloud cover and eventually bringing us some rain. in and around the bay area, the winds have turned on shore for most mon diablo 12 miles per
hour and in the peak a southerly breeze at 9. cool pacific air moving in and temperatures this morning already five to ten degrees cooler than where we started yesterday morning. into your futurecast, for the afternoon today we will call for partly sunny skies at the coast and mostly sunny for the rest. mother's day cloudy at the coast and partly cloudy for the bay and north bay mostly cloudy to start the day and for the afternoon a mix of low clouds along the coastline and high clouds for our bay side and inland communities with temperatures continuing to fall off. we are now in to monday morning. we start out dry and take a look at what is happening in the pacific. that rain will move our way and move through monday, tuesday, perhaps drying out wednesday. giving you a look at the temperatures right now. where the sun is shining temperatures are mild to warm. 66 in fairfield. 68 in brentwood and come crosser to the bay. a mix of sun and clouds.
56 in in berkeley and 53 in san francisco and upper 50s redwood city and areas cool this morning santa rosa 51 and still mostly cloudy. livermore, low 80s expected for you. a nice change from yesterday. if it was just too hot 79 four the north bay of napa and vallejo and east bay shore, low 70s and 70s for berkeley. 65 for san francisco and some of the areas in the mid-90s yesterday even a few upper 90s reported, low 80s for areas over san jose and 82 los gatos and low 60s for pacific half- moon bay and the extended forecast temperatures falling off five degrees for the bay side community on sunday and another drop for the inland cities on sunday as well as into monday. notice the stretch on the extended forecast. our coast and bay side
well gerber's food spokes baby is from the bay area magnolia knoll and celebrating her 1st birthday. happy birthday to magnolia. gerber announced she was the winner of the 10th annual gerber photo search for her joyful expression and beautiful story. magnolia was adopted last year and she is the first adopted baby to be chosen for the gerber campaign. and rocking a smile. mother's day tomorrow and some florists are reopening just in time to cash in. on the stand located on 19th avenue in san francisco that opened on friday and like so many businesses it closed when the stay at home orders took effect back in march. some customers told us they won't be able to enjoy the traditional mother's day visit this year. it is more a video chat, we are going to eat at her house and we will view each other and
enjoy the company through the internet. i'm going to try tips. >> and try tips is good. that customer was shopping for his mother-in-law who by the way has a birthday this weekend. so happy birthday mom. and mom in law as well. yep. and let's go back to rosemary for one last check of our weather and how this weekend will shape up. hi rosemary. >> hi claudine and a beautiful forecast. more spring-like than the summer. temperatures will take a notable drop today. additional cooling on mother's day sunday and then a chance for rain moving in tuesday, wednesday over all a good looking forecast. back to you. all right, claudine. thank you, rosemary. mother's day is tomorrow and we will be back here at 7:00 and hope you are as well. enjoy your weekend everybody and we'll see you tomorrow morning. - [announcer] the following is a paid presentation
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