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well. this is mornings on 2. >> 7:00 on a thursday, friday eve, and my right, dave? >> you are right, gasia. good morning, how are you? >> i'm wonderful! how are you? >> i'm good i'm good, i'm dave clark, it is may 21st, and is beautiful start to the morning. at least where we are, steve. >> i think it will be a good one, gasia and dave, good morning to you. temperatures will be about where they should be this time of year, with one week, we are both, another week we are below, we are starting to rebound now from the rain we had earlier. temperatures, nice, 60s, 70s, a couple of low 80s, but averages on near-normal. we at temperatures with a little fog in the distance, but 53, san jose, and san francisco, uniform, there.
golden gate park is 52, south- southwest breeze at 4 miles per hour, so a slight punch there. no big deal. on the san mateo coast, it is going to burn off to sunshine, 60s and 70s today. it will be a beautiful day in this one's comfort zone. and sal, anything with us going on? >> you're right, it is in my comfort zone there, hoping to give you a nice look at the bay area commute if you have to go. right now it looks all right if you are driving on the bay bridge i like the way it looks, with no major issues. we've had a couple of construction closures, but traffic is relatively light out there. it's a little better than it has been the last few days of the week. certainly people are out there. in fact there are more out there now in the eight or 10 weeks we have been in this
pandemic than we were at the beginning, but it's not stopping. let's go back to the headlines. all right, sal, there is a new report that there are 5 million confirmed coronavirus cases around the world, according to researchers at johns hopkins university. also that report says more than 328,000 people have died from the virus, including almost 3500 people here in california. and another report from the l.a. times shows the number of new covid-19 cases in california is going down. the number of people hospitalized, statewide, is down , 15%, compared to six weeks ago. still, fear is growing about the possibility of a second wave of the coronavirus ses, as states are pushing ahead to reopen. >> if we do this correctly, with a few people out at a time, make sure there is no problem, maybe we can let more people out and keep doing it that way. i think we can avoid what we
probably are seeing in china right now. >> and there is a reason a poll that says 82% of americans worry about a new spike, and a number of cases, as these restrictions are lifted. new this morning, solano county has received state approval to move into the second stage of phase two of governor gavin newsom's plan to reopen california amid the covid-19 pandemic. we are bringing in elissa harrington, tell us what this means. >> good morning, gasia, this means people will be able to dine in at certain restaurants . also some schools and businesses can prepare to reopen as well. retail stores, including shopping malls and swap meets will be able to open, but with safety and social distancing guidelines in place. schools will be allowed to open later, and some more in the fall, although details about safety changes are still being worked out. solano county now becomes the second bay area county, after napa, to move further into
stage two of the state's plan for reopening. the call from the department of public health gave the green light, wednesday night, after a move to speed up the process. they are still encouraging the use of facemasks and social distancing. reporting live, i'm elissa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. >> alyssa, thank you. restaurants in napa county reopen yesterday, and the owner of downtown shows showed us what things will look like at his restaurant. >> reporter: well, first time we ask you will have a facemask on while around in my business. once you get to your table, you are allowed to relax, take off your facemask and enjoy yourself. we are asking that they put hand sanitizer on their hands as soon as they have entered the building, and then we have paper menus that are disposable -- >> and what's called nonessential retail stores, can also let people come inside and browse around. more than 1000 pastors across the state are planning
to defy state orders and hold in-person church services on pentecost, which is may 31st. houses of worship here in telephone, not allowed to reopen until counties reach phase three of the reopening plan. the justice department has issued a warning to the state, saying those restrictions violate the first amendment by restricting just freedom a constitutional law professor at santa clara university says, that could be a difficult claim to prove in court. >> there is no discrimination amongst religions. so it's, it's a much harder claim that the state is, in fact, somehow disseminating against religious practice, internal. there might very well be a very good reason why religious institutions might be on a different opening order. >> several churches have recently filed their own lawsuits against the state of california in federal court. our time is 7:05. santa clara now says starting tomorrow you have to wear a
facemask when you are out in public. that includes people working in or visiting businesses, even if that business is outdoors. the city of san jose will require you to wear face coverings whenever you are in public places, and that includes a park. >> well, i think the county's order is far enough. and it makes sense, i think. it's on medically sound ground. and, other than an that, legislate and common sense is not going to work. >> new research shows wearing a facemask can reduce spread of the coronavirus as much as 50%, when you wear it the proper way. now santa clara is the last bay area county to move into phase two of the reopening plan. that's coming up, tomorrow. marin, san francisco, san mateo, and alameda counties, all moved ahead to phase two on monday. contra costa county opened up for curbside retail, on tuesday. the three north bay counties moved into it, last week. now, you can check the county
by county information on reopening, with the ktvu news app, there is a running list of what is open and where, right near the top of that page. 7:07. markets have been moving in a narrow range since the opening bell. investors not too disappointed by the job report. nearly 2 million americans filed for employment last week. millions of businesses have closed their doors in march, but it does not include or than 2 million who are eligible for financial help for the first time since they are contract workers. the dow, look at this, up by just a small handful of points, 44 plus points. s&p 500 down by fewer than 500 points. the nasdaq down by about one third of 1%, so that is the biggest so far. new information this morning about a deadly officer
involved shooting, yesterday, in hayward. now police say the man was shot and killed by police was a person of interest in a homicide case. the shooting occurred about 2:30 in the afternoon, near wildwood and kilby street. it began with a traffic stop. >> during the contract, officers discharged their service weapons. at this point, we are still investigating to determine what led to that outcome. >> i was at the front of my house and all of a sudden, i just -- heard about 10 shots being fired. >> at this point, the man's name has not been released. police say he was in his 20s. he was a person of interest in the shooting death of a homeless person. we are learning that a man killed himself in a standoff with police officers in newark. police arrived just before noon, yesterday, to serve that man a warrant. he was a 66-year-old man, he opened the door, answered the door with a gun, and shot and killed himself.
a police officer also fired a shot from a rifle during that confrontation. newark police have not told us the name of that man as of yet. 7:09. back to steve paulson, reporting yesterday may have been the last of the rain we would see for a well, but today starts a whole new page, doesn't it? >> it does indeed, gasia and dave. we go from hot, to the next week hold. i believe that was the last rain, but that with the way this year has gone, i would not be surprised for june. forecast models are bringing in a low from the southwest to the end of next week. i'm getting ahead of myself, but yesterday, nice, brentwood, santa rosa, around 75 to 77. today, napa, you are up to 77, oakland also to 70, walnut
creek 78, and san jose, 72 to 74. 40s, 50s, 46 four cities in there. napa airport now at 53. a little breeze kicked up. 47, same for millville valley. 53 in napa. 31, lake tahoe, mid-50s, upper 50s, and you guys at monterey, dipping to 52. a bit of a low cloud deck. san mateo coast, and another system drops in tomorrow, that cools us down a teeny bit. after that, that high is going to rock it back in and start a warm-up. upper 70s, a few low 80s, on friday. nice sunshine, and a nice warm sunday into monday, and probably most of next week. you two. all right, thanks, steve. shopper kicked out for not wearing a mask, refusing to
wear one. coming up, what the customer said in a second video, after getting a backlash about it, and what the cdc said when it weighed in plus a increase in coyote sightings across california. after the break, where one reason coyote, seen when after three dogs and what the animal did woman's after, moments after.
welcome back to mornings on 2. it is now 7:13. two homes and a motorhome in pittsburg perished in a early- morning fire, happening about 2:45 this morning on vincent street. it again in a shed, close to the rv, and then the flames spread from there. >> it was about a 700 foot hose line from the hydrant to the fire. so, we had a couple of challenges there, early on, but we overcame them. >> now, four people, two in each house, or displaced. the red cross is helping him. the cause of the fire is under investigation. new this morning, "the washington post" reports that michael cohen, president trump's former lawyer, is being released from prison, because of the coronavirus. he is among thousands of inmates being released from prison in weeks, as officials identify those at risk for the
virus, and low risk of reoffending. he pleaded guilty to charges including campaign-finance fraud, and lying to congress. he began serving sentence last may, and is expected to serve out the rest of his three-year sentence at home. today president trump is set to visit michigan, making ventilators during the crisis. the plant is located about 35 miles west of detroit, also making personal protective equipment for workers. the president has not said he will wear a mask later today, though michigan's attorney general has ordered him to wear one and follow the health guidelines. this also comes as production has been temporally stopped after workers tested positive for covid-19. our time now, 7:15. the uss theodore roosevelt, sailing again after being docked 54 days in guam, after enduring an outbreak of covid- 19. the virus infected more than 1000 sailors, and one of them died.
well now the ship has a skeleton crew getting ready to carry out navy qualification flights. many sailors were left behind in guam, so some social distancing could take the flight of the ship made back then, who grew up in santa rosa, asked to have some crew members evacuated to prevent them from dying. as you remember, he was relieved of his command. a colorado man is trying to justify actions after getting backlash for refusing to listen to a costco employee, who was telling him he needed to wear a mask. >> hi, everyone. i work for costco and and asking this member to put on a mask, because that is our company policy. >> reporter: i'm not doing it, i woke up a free country. >> the shopper was in line to pay when the employee explain to the store policy.
when the men refused to wear a mask, the worker took his cart away. the shopper posted a second video, saying other people were wearing masks, but the accommodations urge everyone interacting and close proximity to wear masks to prevent the spread of the virus. our time is 7:17. amen caught a coyote on video chasing his dogs at a park. there have been increasing reports of wildlife in the open during the shelter in place orders, and this man was letting his dogs run around when that unwanted guest showed up in the middle of the afternoon. >> and started letting the dogs run around, then i noticed there was a coyote on the field. >> luckily none of the dogs were current. animal control officials say coyotes are usually pretty timid when they see people and just run away. but they are saying that citing isn't much of a surprise, because coyotes have had so much
access recently to open spaces. >> it's amazing, like once we are staying inside, we have seen more baby deer on this hill then i've seen in the 15 years i've been here. sal has been tracking entries in traffic. >> i had not been on the freeway for a while, and i saw a lot of people on it, so things are changing a little bit gradually. we don't have a lot of stop and go. i do want to mention that traffic on the san mateo bridge is going to be okay if you are driving out toward the commute here. and look at all those people there, traffic is going to be busy in the area. you can also see traffic in downtown san jose, very good. so yeah, it's not the pandemic levels, but more people are joining us on the roads. it's 7:18. let's bring in steve with today's forecast. all right, sal, thank you,
sir. we have a low cloud deck around, but not as much as yesterday, and i don't think it's going to last long, with temperatures bumping up, but still with some fog out there. patchy, low ans, sunny near average temperatures, a couple of low 80s, a bit warmer for just about everybody. we will start on saturday, warming up, and you could really notice it on sunday, getting pretty hot, with wednesday around some mid-90s. livermore 52, mostly sunny, east breeze at 3. they did have some clouds earlier, speaking of livermore, east bay temps, upper 40s , 50s for most mother, hayward is 52. santa rosa is 50. the 40s were starting to bounce off some of those, and some cities still holding onto 40 now. you might want to hang on a bit longer on the san mateo coast.
you can see a system moving in from oregon, that will keep us from warming up too much on friday. so, 60s, 70s, a few low 80s. a lot of 70s, pretty nice, gilroy, 76. and santa cruz a beautiful 73. little cool down on friday, you might see a slight increase in fog and a breeze, but warmer temps saturday. then it gets warmer sunday into monday. gasia and dave? >> reporter: thank you, steve. a story about thrift stores and how owners are in trouble. they are facing thousands of dollars in fines. where it happened, and what the owners are saying about it. and it used to be mainly for kids and for super fans, but baseball cards and other sports memorabilia are big business. we'll look at the business of the sports memorabilia during the pandemic.
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there were eight named storms last, six became hurricanes. magic johnson is creating a plan to help business owners. he is collaborating with companies who lost money during his stay at home orders. aqua trust life insurance company provided through the small business administration paycheck protection program. oakland has declared a local health emergency for the city's african-american residents. due to covid-19 on their community. the emergency resolution direction to develop a plan to discuss the economic impact of the coronavirus for people of color in oakland. studies have shown are infected at higher rates than the general public, largely because many work in high-risk jobs. baseball is put on hold due to the pandemic, so there is a growing interest in cards. that has led to a new event
called carter braking. here is how it works. collectors sign up for cards without knowing which ones are included. you could lead to getting something very valuable. >> what makes it exciting is to most people, you get to see a whole case of cards that would have cost $1000, you get to see it for a fraction of the cost and see all the cool cards that come out. you have a big chance for getting these cards that go for thousands of dollars. >> not just baseball cards, equipment, jerseys, used in historic games or by big name athletes are also drawing big bids at auction houses. coming up on mornings on 2, families are demanding action. what they want to have done to a nursing home, as an outbreak there continues to go. getting teachers and students back in the classroom, we have a date for when san francisco will be back in school session.
the economy. also, california's new guidelines for reopening schools what's happening today get them all back in the classroom. from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. >> thank you for joining us, and welcome to mornings on 2. i'm dave clark. >> morning. i'm gasia mikaelian. we are coming up on memorial day weekend, which i'm sure is going to market completely different way we do things. i knew it was coming around, because i got the grocery store ads, and they were filled with, corn on the cob, watermelon, ribs -- i thought that's right, typically we would be having barbecues and parties this weekend. >> i saw that. i saw some good prices, i noticed that myself, gasia. we do have a nice day ahead, today and tomorrow are pretty nice with 70s here. still a bit of fog hanging on,
but i don't think really there is anything left. there's just not enough to support it. 40s and 50s, santa rosa, 49. 65 is no average on the high low, 90 degrees for the record high that day. a bit of fog along san mateo, mostly sunny already for many. 60s and 70s near average, slightly above, slightly below, though pretty close to where we should be. over to sell now and seeing if there is anything new on the screen. pretty quiet so far, right, sal? you are absolutely right, steve. there's not much going on, and today has been a good day for the traffic department here, if you will. you can see 280 on san jose looks very good with no major issues. san mateo bridge also looks very nice and no problems coming in on 880.
we are looking at the toll plaza as well. so, we have a good commute, even though there are many out there. 7:31, let's go back to the headlines. summit breaking news here, pleading guilty to conspiracy charges in connection to the college admissions scandal. for months they maintained innocence, but new court filings show the two will plead guilty to at least some of the charges. she and her husband were set to go to trial in october. prosecutors say they paid half $1 million to get their daughters into usc as athletic recruits. breaking news this time about the economy. labor to permit just released the what labor department released the latest numbers. 2 million more americans have filed for unemployment. that is down in claims from the week before. today's numbers mean nearly 39 million americans have applied
for unemployment in just the past nine weeks. a number that reflects a jobless rate that's the highest since the great depression. time is now 7:32. it has been almost 10 weeks since telephone you closed schools, and sent students home to learn virtually. parents, students, teachers, all want to know if and when schools will start this fall. ktvu's frank mallicoat here now with details about a very important meeting that will take place here this morning in sacramento. good morning, frank. >> good morning to you, dave. yes, that state school superintendent held a webinar with representatives from 1000 from school districts. they all shared ideas and will hopefully devise a plan. it did give us an idea, yesterday, to some changes we could look forward to. he does believe schools will start sometime in the month of august. it is up to each district to set up a date.
safety of course will be the top priority. expect students and teachers to be wearing masks inside the classrooms. and an ample supply of ppe on- site. classroom sizes, they will be smaller to make room for social distancing. and the lesson plan will likely be a hybrid blend of both virtual and classroom learning. the other big issue is money. >> but we also know is that the budget, as it is currently construed, will require some, some cuts to many programs and education, if we don't receive more funding from the federal government. >> well, that issue as the governor's proposed covid-19 budget, which does cut nearly $7 billion away from education. money that would have gone to the state school district. all of that will be discussed this morning at that webinar, and we will be streaming live on our ktvu facebook page . if you would like to check it out, it all starts at that's the very latest.
i'm frank mallicoat, ktvu fox 2 news. >> all right frank, thank you. the time now is 7:35. usc campuses are expected to reopen this fall. the president, saying campuses will be opened and offering classes even though the pandemic shut down most campus activity. she expects a hybrid of both online and in-person classes at most schools. let's talk about what's happening here in san francisco. the unified school district says public school will be back in session, come august 17th. this according to the seven cisco chronicle. the district superintendent tells the chronicle, school will be in session in some form, starting august 17th, but the district is still making guidelines for students and teachers. a quick reminder here, we are partnering up here at ktvu to provide daily educational programming for children in preschool through second grade.
it is called gasia , on channel 36, ktvu plus. the owners of thrift stores in santa rosa, now facing more than $20,000 in fines for violating shelter in place orders. dana and michael brian, operating crossing jordan stores, they provide funding for the drug rehab center and the job training center. they say that should make them an essential business. six weeks after closing, they reopened their doors to donations and to customers, and that led to visits from the police. >> not looking for a fight or anything, we just said hey, we understand your position, please understand ours. we can't close. >> we can't take one business and gives on special treatment over another business, especially when this is impacting the entire city of santa rosa. >> michael bryant, says he goes to the santa rosa police headquarters every day. he receives his site and release and goes back to work.
he says he is not going to change what he's doing, and he's hoping that when this is over, he will go before a sympathetic judge for his case. family members and people who died from covid-19 at a skilled nursing facility in vallejo, say the facility needs to be shut down. there was a protest, outside the your center, yesterday. at least 11 people there have died from the coronavirus. more than 130 others have been infected. >> there's so much neglect in that facility. i feel sorry for the patient's. the nursing staff, they are overworked and it's just atrocious in there. you need to shut down and start over. >> public county officials in solano are working on managing the outbreak. patients who have tested positive for being kept in a separate wing. it is 7:37. today, the cpuc issued a
proposal on monday, improving pg and g, for changes in management, also including more than $5 billion in payments for wildfire survivors, and $22 billion to pay off debts. pg andy's plan needs to be approved by both and a bankruptcy judge for them to emerge from bankruptcy in june. protesters opposing the plan they want governor some to stop the bankruptcy deal. demonstrators drew chalk lines outside the building yesterday, symbolizing people killed by fires started by p jenny agreement. protesters say the plan forces wildfire survivors to take half their damage claims and for bailing out pg&e. >> we are here, governors and
him, we need a better deal that prayer tories prioritizes workers, our disabled, and radically vulnerable community members. and that is what we deserve. and governor some? we need you to fight for us. >> pg&e filed for bankruptcy last year. at the time it estimated it had $30 billion in wildfire liabilities. time is 7:39. steve paulson, we got out the lawn chairs and sat on the driveway while the boys scooted around the street, and it not, it was just beautiful. >> i set out back, it was a perfect day yesterday. really nice. today will probably be just as good. it might be toasty by sunday and early next week.
there are signs for a warm up here. i don't think it's going to last brentwood, 77, santa rosa, napa, 75, and liver nor, 74. today though we bump temperatures up about 2. walnut creek 76 to 78. east bay temps, a couple 60s, pittsburg and brentwood. we will check on some low 80s today. everywhere else though is 50s, mid-50s, still a little on the cool side. 31 to 49 in monterey. now 53, bodega bay, those are above average too. the water temps have come up a little on the san mateo coast
down towards monterey. there is a system coming in from oregon that will keep us from worming up too much. it builds in saturday. gilroy, 75, and 73 in santa cruz. cooler tomorrow, then all sunshine starts to kick in sunday, monday, into tuesday. you guys? steve, thank you. 7:41. as we start blockbuster season, with theaters closed, memorial day weekend will look very different. which films will be available to view at home. travel making up a huge part of the bay area's economy, what could be and actually show slow summer. tenants saying landlords taking the law into their own hands.
recently reopened there. most seriously injured victims were rushed to the hospital. the two other victims are expected to recover. in michigan, more than 10,000 people have been forced to evacuate because of flooding in central michigan. two dams, about 130 files miles were swamped. they breached floodwaters, threatening a superfund site near headquarters in the city of midland. so far, no chemical spills have been found in the water, but the company is working to make emergency plans for the area. so far, no word of any deaths or seriously injured. harbor frequent is recalling more than 450,000 jack stands. the company says that customers should stop using them, because they could shift when they are bearing weight and suddenly drop. the stands are pittsburg automotive brand. three or six ton steel jack stands. harbor freight says, the stand could fall on someone near or
under a vehicle being held up by the jack stand. customers can return the stands to any harbor freight store and get a refund. the retailer has 12 stores here in the bay area up to santa rosa, and as far east as fairfield. all right, gasia, time is 7:46. speaking of stores, more reports of stores closing today, but one retailer sees the bright side of that. pam cook is back now with today's dollars and cents. pam? >> good morning yeah, macy's ceo says this is a good time to pick up some business and customers, with neiman marcus and jcpenney filing for bankruptcy protection, pier 1 shutting down all stores, macy's good executives saying they are looking to pick up sales, that will have to be spent elsewhere. before the opening bell rang this morning, we got the latest numbers on unemployment, the weekly jobless claims came in about 2.4 million americans filing for jobless claims last
week. but it's a little better than expected. the trend seems to be going down the way. initially numbers were much lower. they have come back a little bit, but still across the board, the dow, nasdaq, and s&p 500, dropping slightly. the nasdaq posting the busiest loss right now. tesla has dropped lawsuits against alameda county against reopening the car making factory. it started bringing back workers more than a week ago in defiance of county health orders. tesla then filed a lawsuit, and ceo, elon musk, threatened to move headquarters out of california. the two sides have worked out a deal, allowing to reopen the factory with social distancing to protect workers. victoria's secret planning to close over 250 stores across america and canada.
its partner brand will also be closing 50 bath and body works stores. the stores were already struggling before the pandemic, sales dropping by more than one third. after the closing, there will be close to 1000 victoria's secret and pink stores still open across the u.s. and canada. mister twitter also testing a feature to limit replies to tweets. you can continue to allow anyone to reply or allow anyone you follow to reply, or only allow people you tag in a tweet to leave a comment, on twitter, i follow dave clark's lead. only good vibes. if there is someone inappropriate, out they go, right? >> that's right pam. thank you. time is now 7:48. one celebrity waking up this morning as the newest champion
of the masked singer, but don't worry. we are not going to give anything away just yet. for now, all i will say is the night angel, last night, was unmasked as the season three winner. she was great. she sank tina turner's, river deep, mountain high, and won the competition, as the first woman to win the show. beating out the turtle, and the frog, both men. here are your spoiler alerts, we are going to hear from the runner-up later this morning, on the 9. tomorrow morning, we will have a live interview with the night angel. the season three champion. it's all today and tomorrow, right here with us on mornings on 2. well, memorial day usually kicks off the summer blockbuster season in movie theaters. but fears are closed this year, and it is starting to look very different. there are many options to have a movie night at home.
>> memorial day weekend is usually full of new movies, and this year, the new options are going straight to on demand. there is military wives with kristin scott thomas. >> based on a real story about a group of military wives, whose partners were off in afghanistan. they got together and decided to start a choir. >> there are a couple of thrillers, including one with bruce willis. >> it is about a disgraced doctor, taken hostage by these bank robbers in his own home. >> put your hands in the air, now! >> body cam, and this is an interesting one, as a veteran police officer, who witnesses a weird murder through her body cam footage. and then begins to expose this supernatural, sort of entity that's killing police officers. >> as for lovebirds. >> about a couple who are going through some things in their
own relationship that may hit a defining point in their relationship, when they become wrapped up in a murder. >> and fandango now has a mega movie weekend. >> hundreds of movies to rent, or on sale, you can get stuff for as little as three dollars. >> as aviators remain closed, a few more ideas for moving eyes. reporting for fox 2 news. cell is back and, by the way, your music again, on a scale of 1 to 10, ura 12. >> that remind me of a movie, dave. thank you very much. we have not had a lot going on. if you take a look at the toll plaza, i like what i see. and you can see the commute has been easy. one of the better
days of the week. a few days ago we had some crashes and problems, but today has been relatively smooth. everywhere we look, as people are driving out, certainly a lot of people there, but not enough to make a crowd. 7:51, let's bring in steve with today's forecast. thank you, sal. all right. we will get to it here. our weather, today we will still be pretty nice, maybe up to a little bit of fog hanging on the coastline a bit longer. it will be a little warmer in town. patchy, low clouds, sunny near average temperatures, 60s, 70s, a few low 80s. after tomorrow, we will shift and go right back up into next monday and tuesday. after that we will cool off, but temperatures are getting
ready to warm up. 50s, 60s on the temps right now, a lot of mid-50s. although alameda is already 57. on the peninsula, mainly mid- b woodside is 49. santos, 53. you don't see that all the time. patchy low clouds, but other than that, it is sunshine. there is a safe system moving in from oregon which will give us a cool down. but it is packing its bags, on saturday, it will really be kicking in. 60s, 70s, low 80s, slight cooldown friday, then more sunshine, wall to wall it looks like, and warm to hot. all right, time, 753. the best beaches in america, in a brand-new list. coming up in the next hour, the only california beach to make the cut. first, starbucks, welcoming back customers with new summer
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coming memorial day weekend. the county's health officer wants to wait to fully reopen until the weekend is over. beaches and parks will still be available for people who live in sonoma county, who are close enough to walk or bike. it is meant as a way to provide an area to exercise. it means umbrellas, beaches, chairs, barbecues will not be allowed. the owners of san francisco's oldest lgbtq bar or holding a news conference today to talk about the future of that are in san francisco. we are of course talking about the study, after 55 years in business, the bar is closing doors at its iconic location at ninth and harrison. the owner says it could not pay rent. the owners say they hope to bring back the stud in a new location in the future. it is planning on holding a drag funeral online, may 31st. let's talk about teachers,
parents, and families, when the pandemic hit. schools were forced to take learning online and out of the classroom. ktvu is proud to honor all those teachers going the extra mile in facing this new challenge, head on. we are so happy to honor miss oliver, am i saying that right? your student says, she makes school fund by allowing students to single out with her. i love social studies, because she relates it to music, hamilton, and now i know dates and people by heart. matthew says thank you, miss oliver, for being my real singing hero! applause all around. look, if you know a great teacher, and i know you do, send us an email and tell us why the teacher deserves to be recognized. send photos and videos as well, send in to firstname.lastname@example.org. a second wave of coronavirus cases could it happen? new cases being reported as more states push ahead to open
up first napa, now another bay area county opening up restaurants and businesses. services available, now in solano county. new face covering requirements in the south bay. what residents of santa clara will have to do, starting tomorrow. from ktvu fox 2 news , this is mornings on 2. >> all right, good morning everyone. welcome back to mornings on 2, it is thursday, may 21st. i'm mike mibach. it is garbage day in the neighborhood care here, so i apologize if you hear that. last night, i'm standing on my garbage cans now, because these days i feel like we are compiling more garbage and so forth and so on, it is packed tight these days >> when my boys were little, and you hear the garbage truck pull up.
they would run to the windows. now it breaks my heart that i hear the garbage truck come up around 10:00, and everyone is sitting around doing homework. it's time has passed. let's talk about the weather here. steve paulson, a major change from yesterday. i looked out my window, and it is actually blue skies. yesterday we were still gray in my neighborhood. mike, gasia, in about a day. >> [ laughter ] yeah. >> we do have lots of sunshine already. mike and gasia, mostly sunny for everyone here, unless you are on parts of the coast, and looks like that is also retreating as well. a little fog still in the distance, but temps are very close to 57. santa rosa made it down to 46. in the city may 21st? in 2000, it was hot, 90 degrees for the record high.
sunset now, 8:18. there is patchy fog but everything is showing sun and warmth today. all right, over to sal now, usually by the 8:00 hour we are usually not that busy, but now we are getting quiet, isn't that right? that is right, mike, steve, it is moving along very nicely, and there have been no major issues driving through the south bay. we have had some things going on, but we have not had too much going on. that is also why things are looking good. 8:02. let's go back to headlines. thank you. let's get to the numbers. there have been now 5 million coronavirus cases across the world. according to johns hopkins university, nearly 3500 right here have died here in the
state of telephone appeared and a new report from l.a. times, showing new covid-19 cases in california are going down. hospitalizations are down, 15%, compared to six weeks ago. as counties start to push to reopen, some health officials remain concerned about a second wave of cases. >> if we do this correctly, letting a few people out at a time, making sure there is no problem, then we can let more people out, and keep doing it that way. i think we can avoid what we probably are seeing in china right now. >> a recent poll says 82% of americans are worried about a new spike, as restricted are lifted. new this morning, another bay area county is entering the second part of phase two of california's reopening plan. solano county is moving forward in california's roadmap to recovery. elissa harrington is reporting live here, going to bring us up to date on the details and
changes in solano county. >> good morning, gasia. this means more businesses, and even schools, can start to reopen. restaurants can start to allow dine-in services with social distancing guidelines. most and swap meets can also open. ktvu is in downtown fairfield this morning, seeing how places there are preparing for these changes. the owner of jelly donuts, saying she is going to allow diners back inside to sit down and eat. she said as recently finally started to pick up, because more people are going back to work, and they are stopping for donuts on the way. >> we have regular customers coming to buy and take home, so it is good. this week there are more working, so it is getting easier. >> the state approved plan entering phase two after paperwork moving faster through the process. solano county meets the readiness requirement by the
state. it meets testing capacity levels, doing contact tracing, and making sure there are enough icu beds and ventilators. the county us to, there are 4300 active cases, 430 cases. what remains closed are a lot of self-care services, like hair and nail salons, also gyms and bars. reporting live, elissa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. thank you. people can now eat at restaurants in napa county. just yesterday, the owner of downtown chose showed us what things will look like at his establishment. >> we will ask if you have a facemask on while you walk around my business. once you get to your table you are welcome to relax we are asking they put hand sanitizer on as soon as they enter the
building. and then we have paper menus that are disposable. >> also in napa county, nonessential retail stores and now allow people to browse inside. more than 1000 pastors in california are planning to defy state orders and hold services on pentecost, which is may 31st. houses of worship here in california are not able to open until phase three of the reopening. the justice department has issued a warning to the state, saying those restrictions violate the first amendment by restricting religious freedom. one is saying it could be difficult to prove in court. >> much harder claim that there discrimination in general. on a different opening order --
>> several churches have recently filed their own lawsuits against the state of california in federal court. starting tomorrow, you will have to wear a mask when you are out in public in santa clara county. that includes if you are going to a business to visit, or even if you are working at that is in it, and if your business is outdoor. they will require you to wear face coverings whenever in public places, including parks. >> well, i think the counties order is far enough, and it makes sense. i think it was on medically sound ground. legislating common sense is not going to work. >> new research shows wearing facemask can reduce the spread of coronavirus by as much as 50%, when worn properly. that is again covering your mouth and your nose. santa clara is the last bay area county to move into phase
two of reopening, coming up tomorrow. marin, san francisco, san mateo, and alameda counties moved into phase two on monday. acosta opened up for curbside retail on tuesday. the three north bay counties started, last week. you can check the county by county information on reopening, with the ktvu news app . there is a running list of what's open, and where, right near the top of the page. 8:08. stocks were lower after the opening bell, investors not too disappointed about the latest jobless report, but now numbers have trended lower. nearly 2 1/2 million americans applied for unemployment last week. millions of businesses have closed their doors in march. let's take a look at the dow. we can see it is down by about one half of 1%. the s&p 500, down by three quarters of 1%. the nasdaq is down by will funnel, one full percentage point. a deadly officer involved shooting in the city of hayward
. police now say the man who was shot and killed by officers was a version of interest in a homicide case the shooting happened around 2:30 in the afternoon near wildwood and kelly streets. police say it began with a traffic stop aired >> during the contact, officers discharged service weapons. at this point we are still investigating to determine what led to that outcome. >> i was here in the front of my house, and all of a sudden, i just heard about 10 shots being fired. >> the man's name has not been released, but he is described as a man in his 20s. and again, a person of interest in the shooting death of a homeless individual on may 1st. time now is 8:09. let's take a peek outside, and steve and mike, you know we have the best viewers. one wrote to me, saying he has recipes for everything, but
think bruce all the same. >> bruce, thank you, but i'm not a leftover guy. [ laughter ] mike, you are not either, i know you are not. >> no, but i will go with bruce, i'm in. >> i'll trust him on that. and you can trust me on the weather here, it does look warmer out there, just a hint of fog, and everything is pointing towards a nice day. we had more fog after tomorrow, after friday, we are going to turn it up a little bit. saturday looks nice to mild, sunday looks warm and hot, and monday and tuesday, as well. temperatures jumping up 2 for all of these, napa, and san jose, 70 to 78 degrees. speaking of san jose, they are currently 57, except for a few high clouds, they have a southeast breeze. 59 in clayton
, 56 in dublin, yet 60s for some out to the east, san leandro is already 60, towards the santa clara valley, we are seeing mid-50s for some. santa cruz, 53. , at 54. except for that patch of fog, i think we will hold the temperatures in check. after that, highs really nosing in and kicking with warm temps on the weekend into most of next week. 60s, 70s, upper 70s to a few low 80s, and tomorrow slight cooldown and more sunshine, much warmer on sunday, getting warm to hot maybe wednesday. 's to thank you, steve. we will explain how the industry is preparing for what could be indeed a very, very slow summer. also a new list of guest speeches, the only california
pittsburg were damaged in a fire around 2:45. it started in a shed close to the rv and spread from there. >> it was about a 700 foot line from the hydrant to the fire. so we had a couple of challenges there, early on. we overcame them. >> four people, two in each house, have been displaced. the red cross is assisting. the cause of that fire, still under investigation. today, president trump is said to visit michigan, where they are making masks at a plant. it is also making personal protective agreement. the president hasn't said he will wear a mask, but the attorney general has ordered him to wear one and follow health guidelines. this comes as the board temporarily stopped productions after workers tested positive for covid-19.
san francisco is one of the bay area's hardest hit cities. typically for memorial day weekend, the hotel industry would be expected to be about 85% booked. the majority of hotel rooms are closed, and those open are seeing five to 10% occupancy. 25,000 hotel workers and other workers living outside the city, and that is affecting the city's economy. >> if you are living outside the city, you are working in the city, but are spending money, if ripple effect goes across to the bay area. >> officials saying more than 60 businesses are open on the waterfront. while it may be a while to bounce back, they hope locals will spend memorial day weekend rediscovering what the city still has to offer. your dollars will go a long way and will be greatly appreciated. however, if you are thinking of
heading to lake tahoe for the weekend, you should know tourists are not welcome there. the agencies representing the south shore says nonessential travel is prohibited under the stay-at-home order. hospitality and leisure lodging are also banned. 30s say it looks forward to eventually welcoming visitor again, but a outbreak would limit healthcare resources in the area. a list of best beaches in the united states was released, with one beach right here in california. a florida beach came in at the top of the list, and you are looking at that beach right here. coronado beach at san diego came in the list. i have been to that beach, it is beautiful. professors actually compiled a list for 30 years, rankings are
i think a lot of us, you just heard it, we are not welcome, because we are considered tourists, and not now is the time to go. >> all right, okay, thank you. we will probably get up there, but right now we are looking at your commute. let's go out and see what we have now. you can see that traffic is moving along relatively well here on interstate 880 in oakland. and it has been doing very well throughout the east bay. we have earlier in the morning, we do have slower traffic, and then about this time it starts to clear out, this would be a
good time to do it. 8:18, let's bring in steve with today's weather. thank you, sal, as you saw, a little bit of a cloud deck, but not much to go around, and i don't think it will last longer. temperatures will bump up a few degrees as we head towards the weekend, but looking out towards alameda, there are holes in that, so not too much to worry about. a lot less cloud than we had yesterday. we have some morning low clouds, lows are pretty close, and some will be right there, some slightly above. yesterday was a nice wednesday. vacaville, 78, brentwood, 77, santa rosa, napa, 75, and livermore, a beautiful 74 degrees, and speaking of livermore, they are currently 55. they did have low clouds for an hour, but it looks like it's all cleared out. 56, 50s, 60s on the temps here, almost 38 at lake tahoe.
palm springs seeing some low clouds for the morning, but everything looks good for sunshine. we will be back on friday with a slight cooldown, and then the high kicks in for about five or six days, and temps will be on their way up. 60s, 70s, to a few low 80s. tomorrow slightly cooler, then there you go. we start the stage on saturday, warming up maybe into tuesday and wednesday. you guys? thank you, steve. coming up, what a customer said in a second video, after receiving backlash for his first one, and what the cdc has to say. a rise in coyote sightings, and in one case, what one brazen coyote did seconds after laying guys on dogs. (music)
2. >> send me a request, and keep a list. hit me up on our social media platforms, facebook, twitter, instagram, use the hashtag, ktvu, and we'll play your song. gasia? ! 24 here. magic johnson is creating a plan to help dismiss owners. offering $100 million in loans to minority and woman-owned companies that lost money during stay-at-home orders. these loans are funded through johnson's life insurance company and will be provided through small business administrations, paycheck protection program. the city of oakland has declared a local health emergency for the city's african american residents, due to the disproportionate impact of covid-19 on their community. the emergency resolution
directs the city administrator of oakland to develop a plan to address the health and economic impact of coronavirus on people of color in oakland. studies have shown people of color are infected with covid- 19 at higher rates compared to the general public. largely, because many work in high risk jobs. a colorado man is trying to justify his actions, after being criticized for refusing to listen to an employee at costco, who told him to put on a mask. >> hi, everyone. i work for costco and am asking this number to put on a mask, because that is our company policy. so either wear the mask -- >> i'm not doing it, because i woke up in a free country. >> the shopper was in line to pay when a employee approached him, explaining the stores policy. when the man refused to wear a mask, the worker took his cart away. the shopper posted a second video, saying he should have been fined, since other customers weren't wearing masks . the cdc recommendations urged everyone interacting and close proximate to wear masks to
prevent the spread of the coronavirus. a coyote caught on camera, after a man's dogs. an uptick in wildlife has been reported because of the pandemic. the unwanted guest showed up in the middle of the afternoon. >> i started letting the dogs run around, then i noticed there were other dogs on the field. i realized where did the other dog come from, then i'm like, it's not a dog, it's a coyote. >> luckily none of the animals were hurt. coyotes are usually timid when they see people and just run away. however the sighting is not much of a surprise, given coyotes have so much access to open space. coming up next year on mornings on 2, families demanding action. what they say they want done to a vallejo nursing home, as a coronavirus outbreak continues to grow there. plus getting students and teachers back in the classroom.
the new numbers for the weekly unemployment claims, they were lower for the seventh straight week in a row. we will tell you about the new numbers today, and what they mean for the economy. also california's new guidelines for reopening schools, what's happening today to keep students and teachers safe, and the plan to get them
back to the classroom. from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. >> will come back to mornings on 2, it is 8:30, or mike, as i like to say, peanut butter jelly time. we have rediscovered the classic in our household. last night at about 8:00, my son took some sourdough, toasted it, put some salted, natural peanut butter, and added some grape jelly, and another piece, and just chowed down, and that's what i had for just as well. >> i think i lived on pb&j in college, but my two children have never been a big fan. not even peanut butter on its own. so i'm alone in my house, but that sounds good right now. let's check in with steve paulson. pb&j, are you a fan? >> it's okay, but it was roman for me in college. >> [ laughter ] we too.
>> we do have a nice day on tap. a low cloud deck, but this probably not much left along the san mateo coast. a warm day, 60s, 70s, a couple of low 80s. we see a lot of 50s currently right now, in fact temperatures, 55 to almost 60 degrees, 55 in the city, 57, oakland and also san jose. there are a couple 60s to the east. golden gate park, west- southwest at 10 miles per hour, 54 degrees, and they had some low clouds, but a low cloud deck, except for the usual suspects, is not going to last much longer. mostly sunny for today. over to sal now, and i think things are quiet, unless something has popped up in 10 minutes. i don't know let's ask him. good morning, sir. as a matter of fact, it
some of the freeways, and i did notice closer to the afternoon, commute time, there weren't a lot of people. age: 32, let's go back to the headlines. new this morning, agreeing to plea guilty to conspiracy charges. for months they have been maintaining their innocence, but new court files will show they will plead guilty to some charges they are facing. they were set to go to trial in october. prosecutors say they paid half $1 million to get their doctors into usc as athletic recruits. new this morning, vallejo releasing jobless numbers just this morning.
2.4 million americans more filed for unemployment last week. that is down from the almost 3 million claims filed the week before, and the record filed in late march, 9 million. it is a number that reflects a jobless rate the highest we have seen since the great depression. parents and students will soon get a better of school may look like come this fall. the superintendent is holding a webinar with representatives from the state's 1000 school districts to talk about a plan.
victoria's secret planning to close stores the parent company brand also plans to permanently close 50 bath and body works stores. the stores were struggling even before the shelter in place orders, and since march sales have dropped by more than one third. after the closing, there will still be close to 1000 victoria's secret and pink stores across the u.s. and canada. twitter testing a feature that allows users to limit who can reply to their tweets. the san francisco company testing three different options . you can continue to allow anyone to reply, or allow anyone you follow to reply, or, you can allow only people you tag in a tweet to leave a comment on that tweet. that is a look at your dollars and since this morning. let's go back to gasia and mike. >> all right, pam, thank you for that. >> reporter: a celebrity waking up as the newest champion of the masked singer.
all we are going to say was the night angel was unmasked as the season three winner, last night. tina turner's, river deep, mountain high, to claim the big win, came the first woman to win the show, beating out the turtle and the frog, who were both men. here's the plan, and here are your spoiler alerts, we are going to hear from the runner- up later, and tomorrow morning we will have a life interview with the night angel, all today and tomorrow right here on mornings on 2. well, memorial date usually kicks off a big summer blockbuster season of movies, but of course movie theaters are closed. there are plenty of options however for movie nights at home. >> memorial day weekend is usually full of new movies, and this year the new options are going straight to ondemand. there is military wives -- >> based on a group of military wives, whose partners were off
in afghanistan. they got together and decided to start a choir. >> there are a couple of thrillers, including star, survive the night, with bruce willis. >> it is a disgrace to dr. taken >> this is an interesting one, a veteran police officer witnesses a weird murder through her body cam footage, and then begins to expose this supernatural, sort of entity that is killing police officers. >> netflix has the rom calm, lovebirds. >> it is about a couple who are going through some things in their own relationship, and they become wrapped up in a murder. >> and fandango now has a deal for mega movie with me.for
a bit warmer here, some patchy morning clouds giving way to lots of sunshine, for your averages on the temps, we had 70s, a couple of low 80s, and santa rosa, napa, livermore, all in the 70s to 78. i would bump all of these up about 2 or 3 degrees today. we are mid-60s, and brentwood is already there. oakland airport as well, around 59, as well as parts of the san
mateo coast. we are set for what looks to be like a sunny day. and we will have a system cooling it down from the pacific northwest, saturday, through at least wednesday of next week, and temperatures will go well above average. we have some low 80s today, and tomorrow, a slight cool down. and we turn around and warm it up, sunday into monday, you guys? thank you, steve. 8:53. the pandemic, and a popular festival, coming to your home. starbucks welcoming back customers with summer items, just in time for this memorial day weekend.
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bag to their stores with new items on the plane knew, a unicorn cake pop. they expect to open 90% of their stores by early next month. most sonoma beaches and parks will remain closed. the health officer wants to wait to fully re-open them until the busy memorial day weekend has passed. it is open for those who live near by to walk there umbrellas are not allowed. pride events are canceled. but a series of celebrations for next month's 50th anniversary. live performances happen online. on june 27th, the pink triangle
will be lit up. they won't construct it like they normally do, the it will create a huge light up triangle. >> if there were no coronavirus, this would be the weekend where thousands of people would be in nampa for the bottle rock music festival. ♪ [ music ] keep on rocking in the free world ♪ [ music ] >> of course, that was postponed until october. but organizers found a way to celebrate until then. bottle rock will hold a weekly virtual series. it starts on saturday with performances by imagine dragons subscribe to the bottle rock nampa channel. school were forced to take the classrooms online suddenly. we are honoring those teachers
who have gone above and beyond. your student says you're his hero because she allows us to sing out loud with her. she relates social studies to music and i know dates by heart. she is so cool. thank you for being my real singing hero. i know you know a great teacher we would love to honor that person. send us an e-mail and tell us why they deserve to be recognized. send videos to my hero. sandra honoring her daughter. she would normally be in chico riding the same route her daughter took when she was hit by a drunk driver she stayed home because of the pandemic and rode in her neighborhood.
>> ride in the bicycle lanes, obey the laws. all she was doing but sadly didn't help her but we want to push that with others. >> the ride last night was one of many across the country part of national ride of silence day. another bay area county can expand stage 2 re-opening. what is happening today. >> more restrictions for everyday life. what will soon be required. traveling may never be the same we'll look at new traveling procedures. welcome to the 9. it's a sunshiny start to your day. there is still some gray around the golden gate bridge. this is where you expect to find it. if