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breaking news in san francisco where a four alarm fire is burning at pier 45. we will have a live report for vallejo rib for police are reporting a double shooting that killed one person. the very latest on their search for a suspect another bay area the passing the test that will be allowed to move further into the states reopening process. details on the new rules >> from ktvu fox 2 news this is mornings on 2 but >> good morning everyone welcome to mornings on 2. it's a busy saturday, may 20 13 we
will have more on the san francisco fire in a moment. i am frank mallicoat. >> good morning i am allie rasmus but we have rosemary wrestle with us to give us a check on our weekend weather. it is going to be one for most of us this weekend. so becky has a notable warm-up. we are waking up with mostly sunny skies, just a little bit a patchy fog along the coastline. temperature will take a notable jump today. getting alive look over areas of the golden gate bridge. if you look to the flag on the right side the wins are, and light. we are looking at temperatures well into the 70s, even mid 80s expected for inland cities today. the warming trend continues on sunday when are in land cities get very close to 90 degrees. it looks like memorial day monday will be even hotter than that. temperatures are expected to peak in the mid to upper 90s before this warming trend is over. details what you can expect r e
up with just a bit but with the in san francisco. the early morning four-alarm fire not too far from fisher murder fisherman's wharf. let's get right toand tran 27 to find out more. sara >> good morning, frank and chris are still actively fighting this fire. the fire has been out to that one warehouse but we will take you to video of what the seed is like it will break down exactly what we know. thankfully no one is hurt. it was first reported at four: 15 this morning at a warehouse. it quickly's bread 24 alarm springing at least 45 trucks and engines to help it one wall
of the warehouse collapse but firefighters were not injured. so far the damages just to the one warehouse and to one of the fire trucks on secret investigators will have to make sure the truck is safe before using it again san francisco fire departments was able to save the ss brian. people in and on the water need to stay away while they handle this fire .>> where asking the public to continue to avoid the area. we are asking private vessels who are congregating too close to this incident to please back off. u.s. coast guard and police both are en route to help us with that issue. how this fire started is still under investigation. reporting live, sara zendehnam ktvu fox tv news. >> as sara measured firefighters i've been battling this fires it's before 4:30 this morning. with no to some of the firefighters earlier>> we've go
going. right now we are doing what's called us around and drowned. we are getting this from outside but it is too dangerous for our members to be in their because we have had a lot of collapse on all the exterior walls and now on the interior. the court eventually went offensive and pulled back out. the fire had been so far advanced by the time we got here . it likely started in the warehouse, the warehouse is big , you can get a lot of smoke in there before anybody can see anything. nobody is living here so they've had a pretty good start on is when we got here at 4:20. it quickly went to a fourth alarm. we protected the jeremiah o'brien from being impacted. this warehouse back here is going to be a total loss.
>> we will update you every 15 minutes on this story. in between newscast you can get the latest breaking news on your phone with the ktvu news app. it is free to download on your phone's apple store >> the time is 7:04. sonoma has joined napa county in loosening restrictions on dining. starting today sonoma becomes the very latest county to move into phase 2. these new rules allow for out door dining only with strict social distancing roles and mask requirements but restaurant owners are eager to see and serve customers once again as you might imagine after more than two months of relying solely on takeout orders. .>> it's like this is really, really happening and i got all choked up and is going to be amazing. i'm sure there's going to be some tears that we get to hugs britt is going to be great to see people.
>> betty sonoma county restaurants are now doubling their patio space to make room for their outdoor customers. they will use disposable utensils only and will make sure there is plenty of hand sanitizer on hand. diners at each table are supposed to be from the same household which could prove difficult to enforce. the city of sausalito is reopening some of its downtown parking lots over the memorial day weekend. there will be for parking lots in the downtown area will be open with possibility of the to others opening if needed for the goal is to reduce the number of people driving on downtown streets looking for a place to park over the holiday weekend bread last month sausalito shut down the parking lots to discourage large crowds from gathering during the pandemic. just in time for the holiday weekend, the state is making it easier for people to buy alcoholic drinks to go for the california department of alcoholic average control is easing some of the shelter in place roles about alcoholic drinks.
ours, wineries distilleries that do not have kitchens can now partner with meal providers such as diners to serve alcohol to go. these must be in a container sealed and served with the meal been in the past two months the state has authorized 45,000 restaurants to serve alcoholic averages along with takeout food napa was the first county in the bay area to reopen and businesses there are hoping the headstart will give them a boost this holiday weekend. downtown napa is still a long way from normal but merchants say this area is slowly inching in that direction. while sonoma county restaurants are open for outdoor dining only, customers are allowed to eat inside in napa county restaurants such as downtown joe say they have noticed more people beginning to make day trips to napa to get that dining experience. >> i'm finding that $.50 of my customers are coming in from walnut creek, san francisco, oakland area, places where they cannot go out to dine. >> napa known for being tourist friendly before the pandemic
the county had a $2.2 billion tourism industry. >> unlike the rest of the bay area santa clara county is just beginning phase 2 of the states reopening process but not essential retail businesses are now offering curbside pickup. store owners say make sure shoppers know the new drill has been a challenge but >> when i came into the store, mask on, clean, sanitize and then get back to work but for my customers i have sent out emails and they say all you are doing curbside and i'm like yes i'm ready to go. .>> there are six designated pickup zone spaced around the outdoor mall. so by police in vallejo are looking for clues in a double shooting this morning. police were called to a parking lot outside of kings supermarket on fairgrounds drive around 5:00 last night. they found an adult woman suffering from a gunshot wound.
she died at the scene. they also found a 16-year-old boy suffering with attention wooed as well but he was taken to the hospital and is in critical condition. this is vallejo's ninth homicide of the year. pg&e say the majority of wild fire victims have voted to approve the reorganization plan for the utility says is on track to emerge from bankruptcy by the june 30 deadline. state regulators still need to sign off on it. pg&e needs to meet that june 30 deadline to qualify for coverage from california's california's new wildfire insurance fund big a full check of weather with rosemary. must be a lot of wind out there because you can see the plume of smoke from the fire here in the east bay as well, rosemary up and we are looking at a brace at the higher altitude.
that's what's helping to push that smoke along pit outside our doors this morning just a few patches of fog. there's a look there it to san francisco we could see a bit of that haze and fog there over the city as well as inside the bay. where looking at mostly sunny skies for today as a warming trend gets underway but yesterday we had a system come in that clip to northern california and actually brought our temperatures down. outside our doors at this hour partly cloudy over san francisco. a live view there of sfo. 49 in siena rose up and mid 50s in oakland. low 50s livermore and san jose. fairfield a lot warmer this morning. up by 12 degrees. we are by three over areas of napa, around the east bay and along the coastline. a tad cooler for inner east bay but down by nine degrees over half moon bay.
we have got a lot of clear sky out there. you can see just a little bit apache fog right over areas over half moon bay and san manteo. >> looks like pacifica also just a little bit. visibility five miles or so. if not down to the ground but it is out there. here's a few of our storm tracker to where we will begin to see a ridge of high pressure strength in in over the next couple of days but that will lead to our warm up. you know it is fairly light over areas of the north bay. a gentle breeze in oakland. fairfield 10 mile-per-hour breeze from the north. that is a part when we talk about the difference in our temperatures and relative humidity. mount st. helena reporting 26 mile-per-hour. mount diablo 36. middle creek 22. we do have a bit of wind out there at the higher elevations of that is helping to perhaps
push that smoke alarm. livermore, temperatures will warm into the 80s for today. inner east bay, north bay, south bay, a lot of mid to upper 80s expected for the second part of your afternoon. for livermore and inner east bay's upper 70s to 80 degrees for your lunch hour. toasty as we get into the second part of the day. when i come back i will have a look at the afternoon highs around the entire region. as i mentioned at the top of the hour, eventually our inland cities expected to warm up into the 90s. more just a little bit >> take you, rosemary pit and east bay nursing home under investigation after several residents died. prosecutors are looking at this. stay right there. top of
francisco. i broke around 4:15 this morning and firefighters quickly raised it to a four alarm fire which means there were dozens of firetrucks and fire both out there. firefighters told ktvu they were able to serve the world war ii s as s o'brien. new video overnight show some of the more than 100 firefighters working just a few hours ago. people across the bay area have reported seeing a large plume of smoke in the air from the fire but the latest word we have is that no one was injured in this bid we have a photographer on the scene and ktvu's sara zendehnam will continue to monitor the situation but >> 7:5th teen the time. one profession in high demand deep cleaning stores and offices. usually focuses in on inwe caug
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>> the oakland school districts as the new school year will start august 10. during an announcement yesterday that district says it does not make all schools will be able to open in prison for instruction by that day. they are planning to resume distance-learning and will open classrooms only when it is safe to do so. the district is also forming a covid-19 action team was seven different working groups to address issues including health, take elegy and facilities. the city of san francisco will allow summer camps and youth programs to open up on june 15. families of essential workers and those in economic need can start enrolling their children this coming tuesday. general registration begins on june 6. summer camps will have to break up into groups of more than 12 children. the script must remain together for three weeks at a time rather than jumping from one camp to the other. the goal is te stable groups of healthy children who can hang out together but >> many of the kids in the city have been without their wreck directors and their coaches and their mentors now for going on 10 weeks. we want to reengage and we want to make sure that these kids above all else have something to do this summer.
the city, private sector and nonprofits will combine to offer 200 summer camps in san francisco. emergency care of children up to five years of age will continue to operate. regular childcare programs can start on june 1 for the city is working to create opportunities for interns and's summer job opportunities for teenagers. the programs will have to follow all public health guidelines bed no more than one dozen kids will be allowed in any one group or the groups will be required to stay the same for at least three weeks. most activities will take place outdoors. protocols will be strictly enforced such as physical distancing, handwashing and face coverings as well. it definitely feels like summer camp whether for folks out there. it's been a nice couple of sunny days and rosemary is here to tell us more about that but
>> yes, good morning to both of you. the unofficial start of summer this weekend. it is going to feel like it in many places. we are looking at mostly sunny skies. just a little bit apache fog to start the day. a look at the open estuary as we look toward san francisco. were going to remain with mostly blue skies for your afternoon. again, temperatures are on the climb with a warming trend getting underway. here's a look what is going on on the game grand scheme of things. areas such as idaho and montana system moving through bringing some activity there. that was over the pacific northwest yesterday bringing some activity to washington, oregon, it on the high sierra picked up on a few i showers. we called down by a few degrees and it got a little breezy in some areas. ridge of high pressure will be strengthening over the bay area over the coming days. that is going to warm us up it
is going to try us out a bit as well. for the weekend, temperatures climbing with each passing day by a handful of degrees today. more so on sunday, hottest day of the three-day weekend will be memorial day but, as we get into tuesday, wednesday we are still with very hot weather. giving you a look there the temperatures right now. 53 degrees in san francisco, 51 in berkeley. low 50s for areas over livermore and 49 over santa rosa. a little bit cool for half moon bay. as expected the north bay. 84 in napa. got our inner east bay on the upper 80s. 87, 86 mark cockerton. 76 oakland pin 71 san francisco. mid-60s over areas like pacifica. mid 70s for areas over santa cruz. 81 in san jose. 82 degrees expected. mostly sunny and warmer for today. notice the jump for tomorrow. our inland cities now into the low 90s by memorial day. we are looking at upper 90s.
tuesday, wednesday the forecast calls for 100 degrees for in land cities. upper 80s around the paper for folks that do not have ac, bayside communities it is going to be a hotline and along the coastline, 70s. mid 70s to low 70s expected for wednesday. we will see drop thursday. some of the hottest temperature so far this coming our way in the days ahead. back to you. thanks, rosemary. coming up the job is to track down coronavirus contact but we will take a look at the growing demand for critical occupation. plus how a bay area consulting company is helping businesses figure out the coronavirus can impact their decisions.
welcome back tran07: 24 but governor newsom says the state is now averaging more than 45,000 coronavirus test per day. in total more than 1 1/2 million tests have been carried out. the governor said that the good news is while the number of tests is increasing, the percentage of positive covid cases is holding stay at about 4%. the state is showing progress and making tests available to underserved communities. >> the california shelter at home restrictions is raising some concerns about one of the main efforts to stop the spread
of the virus. contact tracing involves tracking down people love come into direct contact with virus patients. health experts are worried there will not be enough workers involved in this tracking them to keep up with an increased spread of the infection. contra costa county is among the many areas of the country that is now on a recruitment drive. >> as we started with maybe a dozen step, we are now up to around 75 and our aim is to get to 250. that is a combination of redeploying current staff, hiring new staff and training volunteers. health experts say the united states could need as many as 300,000 contact tracers in the months ahead. currently there are just 100,000 of those workers.
>> hospitals and medical groups have been tracking the coronavirus outbreak for months. now a bay area consulting company has also created its own tracking system. they say they want19 can affect their business decisions. ktvu's explains. they want to know what's happening around me, what's happening around my employees of my locations. they really want to understand that. that is going to allow them to make other decisions for their companies moving forward. if they have facilities all across the state and some might be in counties that are less healthy than other counties they're going to say hey can we pivot here. can we do anything ridiculous do what's best for our organization as we all try to find a recovery. the company says they have gotten great feedback from their trackers. especially from businesses that have locations across the state and across the country that are trying to navigate the changing impacts of this pandemic >> up next a navigation center in san francisco may be in jeopardy after some officials
indirectly related to the covid- 19 pandemic. the concerned doctors now have about an increase in suicides during shelter in place orders. plus we continue to follow the breaking news out of san francisco where firefighters are working to contain a massive four-alarm fire a long pier 45 per the latest on their efforts. >> from ktvu fox tv news this is mornings on 2. >> welcome back to mornings on 2. you are looking at a live picture on highway 24 in lafayette. sunny skies out there. no sign of any thought printed as a signal as well mary as rosemary has been telling us is going to be a warm we can bring i am allie rasmus. >> good morning everyone. i am frank mallicoat. let's check in with rosemary and i guess the heat is on. by midweek triple digits right? yes some of the latest models are indicating we will hit the century mark good morning, frank said good morning to you ally.
mostly sunny skies and just a few patches of clouds out there. temperatures relatively mild. most of us in the 50s. mostly sunny, temperatures are expected to take a leap today. another leap tomorrow and then as we get into the extended forecast including memorial day, going to be really hot for inland cities. details on these numbers coming up in just a little bit weird resume, thanks been we are following breaking news out of san francisco this mo early morning four-alarm fire at pier 45 not too far from fisherman's wharf. left a huge plume of smoke over san francisco and out over the bay. sara.
>> good morning, frank and unbelievable video coming out appear 45. we just got an update from the san francisco fire department. we will take it as i'm video on breakdown what we know. the fire was contained to warehouse see on pier 45. it's a building that holds a few marine style businesses. the fire department is in contact with the owners of those businesses. the peer was damaged is now being investigated for structural integrity. spokesperson says there was no one in the building and no one was hurt. there is still an active four- alarm fire. the fire was first reported at 4:50 this morning at warehouse see on pier 45 pretty quickly spread the four alarms bringing more than 100 firefighters and dozens of trucks and engines there to help and multiple walls of the warehouse collapse firefighters thankfully were not injured. one of the fire trucks on scene was also damaged. the ss jeremiah o'brien is a good to pier 45. it is one of two remaining fully functioning liberty ships during world war ii. a spokes person explains how the museum a >> the fireball save france's,
fireball three was but it a position to protect that is start jeremiah o'brien vessel. the same france's per my operations chief save the jeremiah o'brien vessel. >> again, this is still an active four alarm fire and no one was hurt. firefighters and investigators are out there right now. they are investigating the cause of this fire which we do not know just yet. reporting live, mornings on 2 ktvu fox tv news. >> time now is 7:33 pit alcosta county district attorney's office is showing more information about their investigation into and or rendered nursing home where at least four residents died for the coronavirus. 30 people at the care center tested positive for the virus
but that number has since grown to more than 50 people. county prosecutor say they're working with the state's justice department to find any civil or criminal violations including elder abuse or neglect. >> we want to make sure those who are entrusted with our most mountable individuals that are elderly are doing their best to make sure they are safe during this time of the pandemic. a ready care center says its facility is following protocols to protect both its residents and staff. nursing homes account for more than 40% of coronavirus dessie california. >> there are growing concerns among mental health experts that the pandemic could lead to a dramatic rise in suicides here in the united states. the coronavirus crisis has forced mandated isolation across the nation to the shelter at home orders and the number of americans now out of work is reaching levels not seen since the great depression of the early 30s. research is fair there could be as many as 75,000 deaths in the
united states during the next decade that are all tied to the pandemic. because sadly we anticipate that there will be many more people at risk for death from drugs, alcohol or suicide as a result of covid-19 and its aftermath. >> mental health experts no fears of becoming infected, increasing stress and anxiety and the pandemic is also increasing hostility with a number of social distancing disputes out in public spaces. there is help available for anyone who is facing a painful time during the coronavirus pandemic. nationals said prevention lifeline has counselors and they are available 24 hours a day. you see the phone number there. if you need some hype 1-800-273- 8255. >> marrin county is extending its protections for renters during the covid-19 pandemic. next week the board of supervisors will consider a
measure that would add another month to the current moratorium on evictions extending through june 30. renters would have 90 days to repay back rent for the county is also pledging $1 million to help the most vulnerable residents stay in their homes. the state senate advanced a bill that will allow some hospitality tenants to terminate their leases. the senate judiciary committee voted 5-1 on the measure. the bill is in an emergency measure meant to help struggling small businesses that have been hit hard by the pandemic and cannot pay full rent picketed up prove requires a bruise from subcommittees in the assembly. >> a new job report shows more than 2.3 million jobs were lost in california in april. that set the state unemployment rate from 5.5% in march to 15.5%. the state employment department says the increases on precedented. the industry seeing the most job losses where leisure and hospitality, trade, transportation and utilities followed by education and professional and business services. pick up not to san francisco
where plans for 200 bed navigation center in the bayview neighborhood may be in jeopardy. federal highway officials have withdrawn their approval the site is in the right away for state highways and may be owned by the federal highway administration. san francisco mayor says the city will proceed with its plans while the dispute gets worked out. she hope it's to open the bayview navigation center by the end of the year. >> we've got some new bidding of a shooting happening at walnut creek. the shooting happened around 6:30 thursday night in a shopping center parking lot here on newell avenue. silver car pulls up behind a black suv. two people jumped out of the car. someone fires into the suv. those in the silver car got away. police are looking for any information on the shooters right now. when police arrived at the scene to victims had already been dropped off at a nearby hospital. police did address the driver of the suv.
he is identified as john rankin. he is from to try. rankin return fire up the two suspects in and to check out th weather and we have rosemary here to help us do that. it's going to be a nice weekend to bring out this regulars sprinklers on the kiddie pool .>> and the sunblock. we were checking scattered showers last weekend for those showers stuck around for a few days bring us a good amount of rain. now we're going to see a 180 with our weather. temperatures are expected to about 100 degrees before this warming trend is over. a live look at san jose where we are waking up with mostly blue sky and in two sfo more the same. just a few patches of fog reported this morning. temperatures in the upper 40s
to mid-50s. 49 sanna rizzo. low 50s in san francisco. mid-50s in oakland. live a more 51. san jose at 53. is facing temperatures near 60 degrees already. areas over fairfield a lot warmer this morning. it has to do with the shift of the wind out there. fairfield really porting 12 degrees warmer than yesterday at this time. half moon bay started out cool but now beginning to catch up, still a few degrees cooler than where you were yesterday. winds up there generally light in areas over napa and navarra. fairfield reporting 10. it is not very strong but, again, it has to do with the direction coming in from this direction so that it is a dry wind and it tends to warm us up and a warm-up is what is coming for all of us but taa look at is what is going on in the hills. my diablo that breeze that 20 miles per hour per the higher
up you go becomes north and northeast. areas of fog out there right along the coastline. visibility five miles or more. it's not as low to the ground but we are seeing just a bit. right around half moon bay and maybe pacifica. pacifica 63 degrees. a lot of 70s around the bay. mountain view expected to hit 82. 77 east bay shore of hayward. some of our warmer areas inland. 86 for any of it anyone over san jose. temperatures continue to climb for your bay area sunday. eventually hitting 100 degrees inland for some of our communities. more on this coming up in the . rosemary, thanks for a long line of cars. this is at a northern california casino as it reopened. we will show you the changes that are being made to keep the gamblers inside say. first helping california documented immigrants, the trouble they are having getting relief money that was promised to them as ktvu mornings on 2
called out to battle up for alarm warehouse fire. this is video from a citizens app showing how big the fire got. after it broke out around 4:50 this morning. sara zendehnam just spoke to firefighters that she will have the interview coming up in our next hour. doctors and researchers are learning more about the coronavirus and how it is transmitted. cdc says it is not easily spread by touching contaminated surfaces. is not easily spread from animal to human and vice a versa. cdc says the main way the virus spread is through person-to- person contact even among those who are not showing any symptoms. new studies sells the drug hydroxychloroquine can cause heart arrhythmia in serious covid patient. researchers analyzed data from more than 96,000 patients on six continents. the study found that the seriously ill patients that were given the drug had a
greater likelihood of dying. a full study is published in the medical journal. president trump has championed the use of hydroxychloroquine and says he takes in himself as a preventative measure. >> undocumented immigrants helping for help from the state say they are spending hours on the phone trying to get that help with nothing to show for it. as investigator reporter explains they're trying to access a state program that promise aid but delays are making it difficult >> we are currently expressing high call volumes. >> it is been happening for days. >> you call it yeah got. >> undocumented immigrants trying to get covid-19 disaster relief money. only to be faced with please try your call again later we apologize for the inconvenience >> it is insulting where the frustrating because people are in real need. go francisco
herrera says among his colleagues and friends it has been nearly impossible to get the state money governor gavin newsom promise. regarding of your status there are people in need. this is a state that steps up always to support those in need. in april $75 million in taxpayer money was given to a dozen charities across california. since undocumented immigrants cannot qualify for unemployment or the federal stimulus checks, they can apply for a one-time payment of $500. in the bay area the state shows catholic charities to hand out the money for the funds are on a first-come first-served basis of that is caused headaches. millions of people trying to reach this and receiving calls. that was a little bit difficult at the beginning but we have been working really hard. >> despite 100 call takers applying takes time. immigrants must prove identity and address and demonstrate
coronavirus affected their employment. the state says it can only be done over the ow that has really gotten anything. >> catholic charities says it is helping. so far 3000 applicants have been processed and in the bay area 30,000 people are expected to receive checks. .>> the state says it is aware of high call volume among charities even though there are roughly 3 million undocumented immigrants in the state, only 150,000 will get a check. brooks jarosz ktvu fox tv news. the number of homeowners behind on their mortgages nearly doubled in the month of april. the mortgage data provider black nice as 3.6 million homeowners were late on their payment read the is up 1.6 million from march. nevada, new jersey and new york
at the highest increases in late payments but analysts say the majority of those home owners are receiving forbearance under provision of the c.a.r.e.s. act. 7:47. a casino back to work, back in business but take a look at the line of cars waiting to get into the parking lot. this is at the hard rock casino and yuba county. open thursday afternoon for the first time in more than two months. everyone who entered the casino has to undergo a temperature check. california casinos are not scheduled to reopen until stage three of the governor's plan for the hard rock is a tribal casino and some experts argue it is not required to follow the states guidelines. catch creek casino is still weeks away from allowing customers back inside. two major projects underway at that casino. management has removed some slot machines to help with social distancing red have also taken away about 25% of the gaming tables inside >> we really wanted to go above
and beyond to make sure there's more space on the floor and in commendation with the fact that we have a whole new addition to the building, we feel that is a real competitive advantage for our >> when the casino reopens customers will be required to wear face mask to enter but they are advised to bring their out but if they did when they will have mass available to buy. there will also be temperature checks to make sure no one is running a fever. .>> a wild turkey is causing problems at the morcom rose garden in oakland. people are posting on social media about a male turkey named joe that is been attacking them as they walk in the park but several people report the bird flew at them, even scratch them with his claws. we saw the large turkey guarding so baby chicks. the city has no jurisdiction over wild animals like gerald and humans must find ways to coexist with the because i could get a little feisty. i was at the golf course early in the week and they were following us around a little
bit. i guess mating season so they're just taking care of their young. >> very protective bird but >> every mama is, that's for sure. how about the weather, rosemary. we've got i guess a hot memorial day weekend right? yes we are looking at a robust warming trend over the next few days. today a little bit warmer than yesterday. tomorrow a little bit warmer than today. good morning to all of you out there. a look into alameda where we have mostly blue sky out there. a little bit of haze, just batches of fog but not much to speak up and we are looking at dry weather for the next several days. as we slide into the unofficial start of summer. here is a view of some of that wind up there. you can see just a few high clouds moving through at times.
but if the service our flow tends to be north northwest. you only have to go 5000 feet or so and it is now coming in from the north northeast but a lot of people asking why is the with such a big deal. the wind is huge when it comes to impacting our weather. when it comes in from the west we get that cool, my specific air. when it comes from the north northeast it tends to be dried out warms us up and having a look at what is going on over the pacific. just a ridge that is starting to build. in the next few days, if you're watching us day after day you're going to notice how that high pressure becomes more amplified right off the west coast in the coming days but with that comes our warm-up before today and into tomorrow temperatures will reach into the 80s for inland cities. by monday where looking at 90s and then nearing 100 degrees or so before this warming trend is over. here's a comparison from yesterday into today. anywhere from five to six maybe eight degrees of warming expected. i was 78. today you're going 84. going to be a beautiful 71 in the city of san francisco. concord 86. san jose, yesterday are high
74, today in the low 80s. emperatures outside right now half moon bay started in the 40s. the north bay upper 40s around santa rosa. and the northbay a lot of 50s of areas near fairfield and brentwood. temperatures already heating up. mid-60s reported in fairfield bid 66 over areas of brentwood. afternoon highs today low 80s for san fran ravel. 74 in berkeley. mid-80s to upper 80s expected for the inner east bay. antioch 86. southbay, we've got 80s as well. anyone over san jose. 86 and los dadoes. 75 in the water by santa cruz. santa cruz going to get into the 80s and the days ahead been extended forecast, temperatures already and again to load 90s. upper 90s by monday.
then, that he gets hotter. we've got 100 degrees for tuesday, wednesday. right now it looks like we will begin to see action by thursday. meanwhile around the bakelite to be quite warm as well. temperatures reaching into the upper 80s monday, tuesday and wednesday. back to you. all right, thank you, rosemary. coming up nascar returns to charlotte motor speedway tomorrow afternoon. the changes officials have made to get a somewhat normal rate stay underway. another life taken by coronavirus. this time the owner of an iconic san francisco bakery pit after the break her daughter reflects on her legacy.
welcome back been nascar returns again to my with an almost normal slate of events but coca-cola 600 at charlotte motor speedway will feature a qualifying session unlike the two previous races at the darlington speedway in south carolina. qualifying will happen just hours before the race tomorrow afternoon. fans are still not allowed in the stands. the race will all oh honor fallen heroes for the memorial day weekend. there will be a prerace show that will feature a remote state of freedom address from the u.s. defense secretary. along with a flyover and virtual 21 gun salute every car will carry the name of a fallen military member. race coverage begins tomorrow to: 30 and the race will start
7:56. work is underway to remove the pedestrian bridge near san francisco japan town. it spans six lanes of geary boulevard's tiger street. at the bridge was built back in 1962 but is now considered to be too steep and more people are also choosing across the walk walking on the street rather than taking that bridge. the city plans to help pedestrians at nearby crosswalks and medians bar is reminding people there will be no train service between lafayette and station. the work includes installing new tracks and power lines between orinda and lafayette and upgrading lighting in the bart system there for this were will cause overnight closures of highway 24. assistance will be taking passages between lafayette and rockridge on the bart system but graduates >> oakland skyline high school got a little surprised at the virtual graduation. >> you have been chosen by
faith to lead the way in whatever our post pandemic world is going to be. make it a great one would you. good luck to you all. congratulations. let us all be a part of the grand group that is called the alumni of skyline high school. 2020 !. >> tam hanks graduated at skyline high back in 1974. he has maintained ties with the school including some very generous donations. he and his wife recently recovered from the coronavirus. ktvu and fox to is partnering with the san francisco unified school district to provide daily educational tv programs for some of the younger students who are out of the classroom. as f loves learning areas week days over on ktvu +2.
it is a daily lesson for children in preschool through second grade. san francisco's younger students have less access to technology than the older kids but of course any child is welcome to watch weekdays from 2:00 to 3:00 on ktvu plus. jamaica landmark san francisco bakery opened this past week after losing one of its owners to covid-19. she was 80 years old and she and her husband open the sweetshop in japan town in 1974 the bakery is known for making legend terry coffee crunch cake for the couple talk with ktvu back in december about being named a legacy business in the city. they enjoy seeing their grandson continue the family visited >> my mom was the decorator pitching was the face of the bakery. she was the heart of the bakery. she really did care so much about what they were doing. and giving to the community.
>> she battered long cancer before getting coronavirus but her family says , mario is on hold due to the pandemic. a massive early-morning four-alarm fire burning on pier 45 in san francisco. huge plumes of smoke are visible from across the bay. will have more on the fire and progress being made to put it out. alejo police are investigating a deadly shooting in a parking lot that killed one person. the very latest on their search process for the memorial day weekend is upon us , comes with some mighty. temperatures hitting triple digits. rosemary has got your complete holiday forecast next.
i'm frank balko. i am ally-oop harass me. rosemary is with us. hard to believe just a week ago talking about scattered showers. it seems so wintry and out is a 180 from that. temperatures are expected to be warmer today but outside our doors at this time mostly clear skies. got a lot of blue sky overhead for today purchased a few patches of fog out there this morning. as we get into the
> we are getting new information about today's breaking news at fisherman's wharf. we just spoke with firefighters about how they were able to manage this fire and save a historic ship. good morning. >> good morning. this fire could have been so much worse. crews on scene say the fire likely started inside of the warehouse but because the warehouse is so big and since no one was inside, it took a while for people to actually notice the smoke. now, here is what the san francisco fire department says happened. they got a call at 4:15 this morning for the fire we now know is contained to warehouse c on pier 45. no one was inside the build and for one was hurt. the four alarm fire brought out more than 100 firefighters and dozens of trucks, engines and boats to help. the fire didn't spread to any
other building. but the pier was damaged so its structural integrity is being investigated. one fire truck was also damaged. the department says warehouse c that hold a few marine style businesses are in contact with the owners about the situation. the ss jeremiah o'brien is anchored at pier 45. it is one of two remaining fully functional liberty ship built during world war ii. the spokesperson onhand baxter says the floating museum was qualified thanks to crews on the demeanor's fire boat, st. francis. >> our aggressive and quick, swift actions saved the historic jeremiah o'brien. if we are looking for one positive, saving a historic world war ii vessel at the beginning of memorial day weekend is something we should all be proud of as a community. >> reporter: firefighters and crews still on scene at this hour battling this four alarm fire but, of course, it is
contained to that one warehouse and thankfully, no one was injured. investigators are trying to figure out exactly how this fire started. as she mentioned, firefighters have been battling this fire since just before 4:15 this morning. the fire chief was also out with them. a short time ago, she walked us through some of their efforts as the fire fight was under way. >> we have a fourth alarm going right now, we are doing what is called a surround and drown. we are getting this from all sides. it is too dangerous for our members to be in there because we've had a lot of collapse on all exterior walls and now on the interior, you can see as well. >> initially went offensive and immediately pulled back out because the fire had been so far advanced bit time we here. it likely started in the warehouse. the warehouse is big. can you get a lot of smoke in
there before anybody can see anything. nobody is living here. so it that h. a pretty good start on us when we got here about 4:20. it quickly went to a fourth alarm. our fire boating operating on the other side. we protected the jeremiah o'brien from being impacted. but this warehouse back here will be a total loss. >> and we'll continue to update you every 15 minutes on this story and in between you can get the latest breaking news on your phone with the ktvu news app, free to download in your phone's app store. sonoma has now joined napa and solano county in loosening restrictions on dining. it all starts today. sonoma became the latest bay area county to move further into phase two of california's reopening plan. the new rules allow for outdoor dining only with strict social distancing ruling and mask requirements. restaurant owners are eager to
seat and serve customers once again after more than two months of relying solely on those take-out orders. >> it was like is this really happening? i got all choked up. it will be amazing. i'm sure there will be some stares and we can't do hugs but it will be great to see people. >> they will use disposable utensil only and make sure there is plenty of hand sanitize ore hand. however, dines are at each table are supposed to be from the same household which could be very difficult to enforce. city of sausalito reopening some of its downtown parking lots over the holiday weekend. two of the four big lots in the downtown area will be open with the possibility of the two hers opening if need be. the goal is to reduce the number of people driving on their downtown streets looking for a place to park over the
holiday weekend. last month, sausalito closed down all their parking lots to discourage large crowds from gathering during the pandemic. and justice in time to the holiday weekend, the state is making it easier for people to buy alcoholic beverages to go. the california department of alcoholic beverage control is easing some of the original shelter in place rules. bars, wineries, distilleries an breweries that do not have kitchens can now partner with meal providers to sell alcohol to go. these drinks must be sealed in a container and sold way meal. in past two months, the state has authorized 45,000 restaurants to sell alcoholic beverages along with take-out food. and napa was the first county in the bay area to reopen. businesses there are hoping the head start will give them a boost for the holiday weekend. downtown napa is still a long way from normal but merchants
say this year is slowlyinching towards that direction. cut allowed it eat inside in napa county. they have noticed more people beginning to make day trips to napa to get the dine-in experience. >> i'm fining that 50% of my customer are coming in from concord, walnut creek, san francisco, oakland area, places where they can't go out to dine. >> napa known for being very tourist friendly. before the pandemic, county hay $2.2 billion tourism industry. unlike rest of the bay area, santa clara county just beginning stage two of the state's reopening process. nonessential retail businesses are now offering curbside pickup there. store owner say making sure shoppers know the new drill has been a big challenge. >> when i came into the store, it was like mask on, clean, sanitize effect aand then get back to work. for my customer who i've sent
out emails, like you guys are doing curbside and i'm here, ready to rock. >> reporter: at santana road, there are six designated pickup zones paced around that outdoor mall. a caravan from the bay area will bring food an health supplies to farm workers in the central coast. oregons say 80 to 90 vehicles will travel from san jose to san juan batiste. they say the one million farm workers cannot lunk are down at home but are staying out in the field an at packing plants to keep food on our table. police in vallejo are searching for new clues in a double shooting. police were called tie parking lot outside of king appear supermark oat fairground drive around 5:00 last night. that where they found an adult woman suffering from a gun hot wound. she did die at the scene. they all found a 16-year-old
boy suffering from a gunshot wound. shthe hoon a suspect. this is vallejo's ninth homicide of the year. and pg&e said the majority have roted to approve its reorganization plan t remains on track to emerge from bankruptcy by the june 30th deadline. pg&e says 85% of the wildfire victimmed entight told vote did approve the new plan. set regular laters still need to sign off on it. pg&e needs to meet that june 30th deadline to qualify for coverage from california's new wildfire insurance fund. let's check in with rosemary now. we've got a hot holiday weekend, i guess coming up. good morning. >> good morning to you. the heat will be on especially into memorial day, tuesday, wednesday, time frame. temperatures this afternoon going to be nice an warm.
several degrees above yesterday in some cases. a live look outside our doors where we are with blue skies overhead, just a little bit of patchy fog reported right along the coastline. sfo, enjoying some blue sky here an temperatures raining from the mid-50s to mid-60s around the bay area at this time. 57degrees in santa rosa. 57 in san francisco. oakland included at 57 as well as san jose. temperatures are up by a lot over areas of fairfield where the win is coming in from the north and northeast, 12 degrees warmer than yesterday. we have four degrees warmer to start your day in santa rosa. half moon bay, a chilly start for you but already beginning to turn around. just a couple of degrees cooler than where we were friday morning. areas of fog right along the coastline. visibility five miles so it is not close to the ground but it is out there. we can see just a little bit. looking at mostly clear skies for today. winds from fairfield looking at a north breeze at about 12
miles per hour coming in from the south, oakland at five from the south as well over areas of nap actual this is right at the surface but you go up just a little bit into our hills and the wind are primarily from the northwest and north-northeast. mount diablo reporting 35 miles per hour. middle peak reporting 19 and by rock reporting 156789 it is that north-northeast wind that really dry us out an warms us up. that is what is coming our way. a look at your afternoon today. 71 in san francisco, my, upper 107 around the bay and 80s expected inland. 86 for concord in the north bay. 84 over napa in the south bay. 84 for morgan hill. when i come back being i'll have a look at the extended forecast. by tomorrow, some of our inland cities into the 90s and eventually hitting 100-degree. more on this coming up in just a little bit. >> thank you, rosemary. the majority of covid-19 cases in california are in los angeles. how city an county leaders are trying to manage the risk while
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leveled a warehouse at pier 45. it protect out around 4:15 this morning. firefighter quickly raise it to four alarms which mean there were dozens of fire truck and fire boats fighting this fire. around 6:00 this morning, firefighters told ktvu they had saved the world war ii liberty ship, ss jeremiah o'brien as well as the mechanical museum nearby. those two historic structures not affected by the fire. new video shows some of the more than 100 firefighters working just a few hours ago. people across the bay area reported seeing a large plume of smoke in the air from this fire. luckily, there is no one hurt including no firefighters hurt as well. we have a photographer on the scene and we will continue to monitor the latest updates on this developing situation there. president trump is calling on the nation's 50 states to allow churches and other houses of worship to reopen, calling them essential services. and the president is threatening to override any
u.s. governor who does not comply with that demand. governor newsom is among the state leaders working on a formal response to the president's directive and newsom says he will reveal his plan for reopening california's houses of worship on monday. >> we have been very aggressive in trying to put together guidelines that will do justice to people's health and their fundamental need and desire to practice their faith. >> more than 1200 california church leaders have already said they plan to resume in- person religious services on may 31st or sooner with or without governor newsom appear permission. one profession currently in high demand is deep cleaning stores and offices. clark's pest control, a company based out of lodi usually focuses on insect exterminations but when the pandemic hit, the company began offering a new service in march. see them here sanitizing businesses and schools.
we caught up with one of them cleaning at the barrel head brew house in san francisco. it is among some of the clients they are cleaning this month alone. >> it wasn't on our radar until customers asked us specifically to perform the services because they trust us. >> we're having them disinfect all of the -- the entire building so that includes the dining room where eventually we'll get to have guests back. >> clark says depending on the foot traffic of course the company recommends professional cleaning raining from once a week to perhaps once a month. let's check in with rose mary for a look at our weather. >> a hot spell coming our way. good morning. we are going continue with the mostly sunny skies for touched temperature will begin to climb up over yesterday by a handful of degrees and the warming
trend just getting under i'm a live look there into almeida where it's pretty start for you there. temperatures are in the 50s this morning. wind are generally light to calm in and around the east bayshore including hayward, alameda and livermore. if you note he is the arrows there, kind of a variable wind. we have san jose coming in from the south. hayward reporting from the east. sfo reporting from the west although it is calm. but you get up over the higher elevations an you don't have to go far. it becomes north-northeast. it is that north-northeast wind that will be drying us out t will help to warm us up and the ridge of high pressure strengthening towards the bay area will continue to bring up our afternoon highs. it look like all the way through about webefore we finally begin for see a shift. outside our doors at this hour, fairfield with the north- northeast flow in place, we've got 70 degrees for you there already. around the bay, 61 in oakland. upper 50s to start your morning in san francisco and then the north bay, 57 over santa rosa.
wind are generally light being a little breezy in our hills though. livermore reporting 108 for today. for your lunch hour, we'll go upper 70s to about 80 degrees. this is not only the forecast for areas like livermore, also includes concord in the north bay, south bay. all of our folks that will be into the 80s for the second part of your day. as we get into the second part of the the day, livermore expected to get to about 84 before we begin to shift a little bit closer until the 5:00 and 6: hour. but temperatures for today, we'll go anywhere from three to six to perhaps eight degree warmer than university yesterday. most of us will notice it. 84 in novato. for the uner east bay, one of the warmer spots. 87 expected for brentwood. around the bay, a lot of 70s. 71 in the city of san francisco. mid-60s in pacifica. so over toward san francisco, even the east bayshore, comfortable weather in store. warm weather but not so bad. it does begin to get toasty for
areas inland, morgan hill, 84. 85 for gilroy. 75 by the water in santa crews. we go from warm to hot really quebecly into sunday, low 90s in the forecast for inlapped cities. low 80s around the bay hitting about 70 degrees for the coast. geting into the monday, tuesday, wednesday time frame, the coastline going to see some enjoyable weather. 107 in the forecast there. going to be warm around the bay though especially for our folks that don't have ac. upper 80s in the forecast. and our inland spots just outright hot getting to about 100-degree and staying there monday, tuesday, new wednesday before we finally begin a-to- kick off a cooling trend. back to you. >> bye-bye spring, hello summer. thank you. a candy company beginning reduction again after being off for two months. >> an area with already a lifetime worth of coping with natural disasters.
the easting of california's shelter at home restricts is raising a lot of concern about one of main efforts to stop the spread of the virus, contact tracing. it involves tracking down people who have come in direct contact with virus patients. health experts are worried there will not be enough workers involved in the tracking program to keep up with increased spread of the infects. contra costa joint as among the many areas of the country that is now on a recruitment drive. >> whereas we started with maybe a dozen staff, we are now up to around 75 and our aim is that is a combination of redeployed current staff, hiring new staff and training volunteers. >> health experts say the united states could need as many as 300,000 contact tracers
in the months ahead. currently, there are just 100,000 of those workers. governor newsom is taking a leading role in the ongoing effort to ramp up contact training across the state. the governor says the state is teaming up with medical teams from ucsf and ucla to train thousands of workers. in butte county, a community still rebuilding from the devastating camp fire in 2018 is using that experience to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. we spoke with travis groft with the bay area nonprofit, mindful littles being a group working with residents in the town of paradise. >> in paradise, their shelter was taken away, their jobs were taken away, their schools were taken away, community meeting places. i mean you saw it was devastation on a massive scale.
the fascinating thing is that, from that to now, right before the shelter in place happened, i was up there once a week. i have talking with teachers, educators and some of the students and as the shelter in place was going on, all over, it was a little slower to get to the farther regions, people were like i'm actually really grateful right now that i have this space, have i my home to return to or my trailer, wherever i'm at because a lot of them had temporary housing. but the community was rebuilding right as this was happening and it was getting there. but kind of again halted. but they're fining ways to get through this now. i think they might even be doing better than many of us are doing. >> on ktvu.com, we post a link to the mineful littles website which details more of their
we are following breaking news of a warehouse fire in fish are man's wharf. crews are planning to spend several more hours on the scene battling this fire. and we're learning about an investigation, more about an investigation into covid-19 related deaths at a nursing home in orinda. prosecutors looked for more evidence of potential wrongdoing. good morning. welcome back to mornings on 2. you are take a live look at a live picture at the oakland estuary this morning. looks a little bit hazy and foggy. that is supposed to clear out and we'll nice, sunny an pretty warm weather. rosemary will tell us about it in just a second. you are wamornings on 2. >> good morning. good to have you. rosemary is here to talk about,
man, it is going to get hot, i guess, but at least the weekend will be a little bit cooler, right? >> you're right. this is just the beginning of our warm-up. good morning. our temperature are expected to jump at least a few degrees to several degrees today and continue as we move into the days ahead. national weather service is already talking about issuing advisories for heat come monday, tuesday, wednesday time frame. for today, we'll go mostly sunny skies. mild at the coast to warm inland with temperatures reaching into the mid- to upper 80s for some. by tomorrow, in the 90s and the extended forecast calming for 100-degree for some of our inland cities. we'll check in on your current conditions, take a look at your afternoon highs for today and the extended forecast coming up in just a little bit. >> thank you. we are getting new information on this morning's break news near san francisco's fisherman's wharf. a large four alarm fire at a warehouse brought out more than 100 firefighters an dozens of
fire boats and trucks. we spoke to firefighters about how they managed to save a floating museum that is anchored at that pier near the site of that fire. >> reporter: that is one of the silver linings of this whole situation. the ss jeremiah o'brien has been saved thanks to the quick work of those firefighters. the fire isn't officially contained but crews on scene say they have a really good hold on this and they are confident this won't spread out of warehouse c on pier 45. no one was inside the build and no one was hurt. the san francisco fire department says they got calls at 4:15 this morning for the four alarm fire. 150 firefighters, 50 trucks and engines and a couple of boats into the scene to help. the fire didn't spread to any other buildings but the pier was damaged so it is structural integrity is being investigated. one tire truck was all damage. the department says warehouse c holds a few marine style businesses like boating, crab an fishing companies.
they are in contact with the owners about the situation. another big concern, saverring the jj jeremiah o'brien anchored at pier 45. the one of two remaining fully functional liberty ships built during world war ii. spokesperson, lieutenant jonathan baxter says the floating museum was saved thanks to quick and aggressive tax by crews on the department appear fire boat, st. francis. and there is a lot of curiosity from people around fisherman's wharf. while department warns people to stay away, they say it is important to protect yourself and others. >> if you are doing that against our advise, we are asking that you still maintain social distancing and practice face coverings to ensure the safety of the firefighters, police officers, public servants and community at large. >> again, thankfully, no one was injured in this fi the fire was contained to just that one warehouse, warehouse c
at pier 45. we are still working on getting details about how exactly the fire started. that is something investigators are looking into right now and we'll share those details when we get them. as the fire got worse, we updated our follower with push alerts from the ktvu mobile news app. it is free to download for your smart phone. we've got some new video of a shooting atwal nut creek that left two people injured. the shooting happened around 6:30 thursday night in a shopping center parking lot on newell avenue. a silver car pulling up behind a parked suv. two people jump out and someone fires into the suv. those in the silver car got away. police are now looking for any information on the shooters. when police arrived on the scene, the two victims had already been dropped off at a nearby hospital. police did arrest the driver of the suv, identified here as
john rankin. he is from detroit. police say rankin returned fire at the two suspects and that those shots struck a vehicle and an innocent bystander nearby would was in a nearby car. the contra costa district attorney's office is sharing more information about its investigation into an orinda nursing home where at least four residents died from coronavirus. authorities announced last month that 30 people at the orinda care center tested positive for the virus. that number has since grown to more than 50 people. county particulars say they are work with the state's justice department to find any civil or criminal viling as including elder abuse or neglect. >> make sure that those who are entrusted with their most vulnerable individuals, our elderly, are doing their best to make sure they are safe during this time of the pandemic. >> orinda care cent are says the facility is following the proper protocols to protect both its residents an staff.
nursing homes account for more than 40% of coronavirus deaths in california. marin county he can tending protections for renters during the covid-19 pandemic. next week, the board of supervisors will consider a measure that would add another month to the current moratorium on evicts extending it through the month of june. rents are would have 90 days to repay back rent. county is pledge is one million to help vulnerable residents stay in their homes. state senate advanceed a bill that will allow some hospitality tenants to terminate their leases. the senate judiciary committee voted 5-1 in support. supporters say the bill is an emergency measure an meant to save struggling small businesses who have been hit hard by the pandemic and can't pay full rent. the bill requires approval from additional subcommittees an a full vote at the point and assembly. a new joble report shows more than 2.3 million jobs were lost in california in april.
that sent the state unemployment rate skyrocketing from 5.5 in march to 15.5%. state employment department calls the increase unprecedented. says the industry is seeing the most job losses for leisure and hospitality, trade, transportation and utilities followed by education and professional and business services. now to san francisco where plans for a 200 bed navigation center in the bayview neighborhood may be in jeopardy. federal highway officials have withdrawn their approval for the project. the site is in the right-of-way for state highways and may be owned by the federal highway administration. san francisco mayor london breed says the city will proceed with its plans for the navigation center while the dispute about the location is worked out. she hopes to reopen the bayview center by the end of the year. your holiday forecast coming up with rosemary and if you don't have a pool, too bad.
because it's going to get hot. >> yes. we are not in a position to go find one. good morning to you. we are going to see some really warm weather. in fact, some of the hottest weather we have seen so far this season come our way and it will last if a few days. as i mentioned at the top of the hour, the national weather service already expected to put out some vieds starting on monday. giving you a live look there at hazy breakthrough sky, we have just a few patches of fog right along the coastline this morning and as we get into the days ahead, we are not expecting much in the way of fog. we are not expecting much in the way of the yoko ono shore breeze until you are right at the coastline. temperatures outside right now, mid-50s to mid-60s. 52347 santa rose a we have 57 to start your day, san francisco, oakland and san jose. mid-50s report in livermore. seeing 106 out there even nearing 70 degrees or so in fairfeel where we are 12 degrees warmer already than yesterday at this time. up by four over santa rosa, nap
arc novato, down by two, half moon bay. one of only spots that is cooler this morning in san jose down by just a touch. areas of fog right along the coast. half moon bay reporting three miles off the coastline there. but can you see the north bay coast waking up with mostly clear skies in areas over the monterey area, partly cloudy to mostly clear as well. wind are coming in from the north over fairfield at 12 miles per hour. that really is helping to drive those temperatures already this morning from the north in novato at 10. we do have a variable win out there. you will notice napa, concord an oakland all respecting a southerly wind. you get up about 5,000 feet or so and those winds are primarily from the north and northeast. mount diablo reporting 31 miles per hour, middle peak reporting 19. the wind plays part in our weather. without that cool onshore west terrible breeze, we are going to be dry an we are going to be warmer. a ridge of high pressure still -- or that high pressure still about a thousand mile off the coastline but it is going to strengthen in in the coming
days and our temperatures are going to soar way above the seasonal average, perhaps even breaking records once we get into early next week. for today, a very beautiful one. san francisco at 71. 82346 concord. low 80s san jose an napa, six degrees warmer for you today. 84 your afternoon high. when i come back being a better look around at the entire region for today and into the he can tenned forecast when again our inland cities expected to hit the century mark. more on this coming up in just a bit. coming up, people in sonoma county will be a to eat at restaurants once again. other changes that are going to affect on this saturday. more parts of the economy in l.a. are reopening as well. how authorities are trying to balance the economy with safety in one of the country's largest hot spots, coming up. ♪
let's get you updated on this morning's breaking news near fisherman's wharf in the city. more than 1 firefighters were called tout to battle a four alarm warehouse foyer on land and by boat ate little after 41:56:78 this video from the citizens app showing just how big the fire got after it broke out as mentioned at 4 clinic 15 this morning. you see the area there. we'll have more coming up at the top of the 9:00 hour. l.a. county has more than half of all canadians of covid-19 here in california. today, some parts of l.a. are reopening including beaches. but as reporter stephanie stanton explains, the white house is cite criticizing l.a.'s safer at home orders. >> we are not guide bid politics in this. we are guide bid science.
we are guided by collaboration. >> reporter: during his friday briefing, mayor garcetti reacting to a letter he reportedly received from the d justice warning him that any extension of the stay-at-home orders could be arbitrary and even illegal. the letterer are referred to statements made by the l.a. county health director in which she said the county's stay-at- home orders could be in place for flee months. she late are clarified that the order would likely stay but restrictions would gradually be relaxed. attorney jessica levinson says garcetti has the law on his side. >> the federal government cannot reach in and say mayor garcetti, have you to tell people to open up or else. very clear under california law, urge the law of every state that this is a power that resides with the states and with the counties. >> the federal warning shot comes as the mayor announced the reopening of beach bike paths and several parking lots beginning saturday including cabrio and venice beach. also just in time for memorial
day weekend, l.a. county also loosening its restrictions opening bike paths and beach parking at dockweiler state beach, will rogelios are state beach, zuma and surf rider beaches. shopping malls will begin to allow curbside pickup. levinson says she believes county and city officials are taking an appropriate approach. >> i think in this case, he can point to the numbers and he can say we needed these what feel like draconian measures. >> thats stephanie stanton reporting. at least one l.a. city councilmember has asked governor newsom it allow the sty and county to move into phase three of the reopening. the world's largest car rental company has filed for bankruptcy protection after suffering huge financial losses during the pandemic. the coronavirus crisis has devastated hertz by grounding nearly all business travelers an tour i haves. a asian-pacific drop in used car price has sharply decreased the value of its fleet.
they now plan to use a billion dollars of its cash on land that keep the car rental business running while it proceeds with the bankruptcy dealings. it is mouthwatering news for anyone that may have a sweet tooth out there. see's candy is resuming operations at its headquarters in south san francisco and its factory in los angeles. see's had to suspend production in late march due to the coronavirus. right now, only a limited number of stores are even open as the candy company is launching contact-free pickup and offering nationwide shipping but not all candy is in stock. the ceo explains see's is essentially starting from scratch in its candy kitchen operation. nascar returning tomorrow with an almost normal slate of events. the coca-cola 600 out of the charlotte motor speedway will feature a qualifying session unlike the two previous races at darlington. the qualifying will happen just
hours before the race tomorrow afternoon. fans are still not allowed in the stands though. the race will honor fallen heroes for memorial day. they will be a prehand race show that will feature remote state of freedom address from our u.s. defense secretary along way flyover and a virtual 21 shotgun salute. every car in the race will carry the name of of a fallen military member as well. our race coverage begins tomorrow 2:30 and the race will start at 3:00 and can you watch it right here on ktvu. all right. well, a big holiday weekend and mother nature said, forget spring, let's just go right to summer. it will be hot. >> you're right. good morning. unofficial start of summer this weekend. mother nature responding in a big way. some of the hostest temperature we've seen so far this season. ate hot spell that is expected to last at least a few days. giving you a live look here over the east bay where we have
mostly blue skies at this time. wind are generally light to calm giving you a view here of some of those winds. sfo, hayward, livermore, all reporting calm conditions. half moon bay, j a very gentle breeze. san jose about five miles per hour or so. if you note is a the arrows are, call it a variable wind. we have some reporting wind from the south. some reporting wind from the west and some, hayward at least from the east there. if you take a look at the arrows, those are coming from the north-northwest. right at the surface, our flow is what we call north- northwest. as you get up higher around 5,000 feet or so, it turns north-northeast. the wind plays a big part in our temperatures. it is already driving the number for some of our inland areas like fairfield reporting close to about 70 degrees already at this time. so for your weekend, we will warm it up. going to warm opportunity by several degree today. another jump tomorrow and then monday, tuesday, wednesday look to be the hottest days when some of our inland cities are
expected to get to about 100 degrees. after the temperaturesout side right now, we have 52347 san francisco. low 60s for the east bayshore. upper 50s in napa. take a look at fair feel, brentwood, in the upper 60s to about 70 degrees and temperatures expected to con to climb, of course, into the afternoon. here a look at what we are expecting for livermore. we'll go upper 70s to about 8 on degrees for your lunch hour. a few upper 80s expected for today. 48 for napa. around the water, 74 for berkeley. 17 in the city of san francisco. very nice to mild. 65 in pacifica. 75 expected for you there. low 80s, los gatos as well as mountain view. for folks craving the warm weather, it is on the way. if you like it hot, it is going to be on. getting into memorial day, 100-
degree for inland cities and then holding that tuesday through wednesday, upper 80s around the bay. a lot of our bayside communities don't have this because this is a type of heat we don't get very often. beautiful weather for the coastline there. we are looking at advisories heading into the monday, tuesday, wednesday time frame. we'll keep you posted on that. in the meantime, for your weekend, just warming with each passing day. still relatively comfortable today. back to you. >> i think it might be one of those week i wish i had air conditioning. coming up, there are signs pg&e may be getting closer to exiting bankruptcy. how the utility says it has won over support. >>
summer camps will be allowed to start in san francisco again next month. we explain some of changes that parents and kids can expect. >> reporter: schools around san francisco are still empty. kids are at home with their families. now, the city is announcing a new health order allowing summer camps to open. >> san francisco will allow summer programming to begin. >> the city's new health direct
i-95 allows kummer camp appears private camps to operate this summer but those will look different this rear. they will be broken into groups of 12 kids apiece. they will have to remain together for three weeks at a time. aim is to create stable groups of healthy kid who can hang out together. >> we'll have a smaller number of kids at each site, pods of 1 but begunking june 15. , rec and park, between rec and park, the private sector camp providers an our nonprofit provideers, we expect that there will be over 200 different camps available. >> options for infants to 5- year-olds are also expanding. leaders say they understand how important it is to the city's economy to make sure that families are child care so parent can work. >> we have heard that there are families out there who are working who need care, who
really need care for their children and for children to need to -- who need opportunities to be with other -- their friends. >> families with essential work are and those who are most in next need will be able it start enrolling their kids next tuesday and then general enrollment in san francisco will get under way june 6th.
old . they open the sweetshop in japan town in 1974 . the bakery is known for legendary . >> she was the decorator, she was the face of the bakery . she was the heart of the bakery . she really did care so much about what they were doing . and giving to the community . >> she battled lung cancer before getting the coronavirus . her memorial is on hold due to the pandemic . work is underway to remove the pedestrian bridge near san francisco's japan town . it spans six lanes of geary boulevarconsidered
to steep . more people are choosing to cross the road on the street . the city plans to help pedestrians with improvements at nearby crosswalks and medians . there is no train service this weekend between lafayette and knock bridge station . work includes installing new track and powerlines between orinda and lafayette and upgraded lighting at the bart system . this will also close overnight closures of highway 24 . buses will be taking part passengers between the two stations . we are staying on top of a warehouse fire in fisherman's wharf . . how people will be enjoy dining at restaurants again with some changes, coming up . ktvu fox 2 news .
welcome to mornings on 2, a beautiful weekend but we do have a marine layer, some of that mixing with some of the smoke from the fire near fisherman's wharf . welcome back to mornings on 2, this is saturday, may 23 . good morning, let's get a check of your weekend weather, things are warming up as rosemary has been telling us all morning long . >> the heat is going to outside our doors this morning we have mostly blue skies, little bit of haze out there, patchy fog, as they mention
some of that smoke is lingering out there . into the afternoon, today, temperatures are expected to take a jump from 3 to 8 degrees over the bay area for the afternoon . that warming trend continues into sunday when our inland cities will reach into the upper 80s and low 90s . we don't stop there, getting into your memorial day and beyond, some of our hotspots reaching about 100 degrees . details on what you can expect for your bay area saturday and extended forecast, coming up . we would like to update you on the breaking news at a san francisco where warehouse . a large for alarm fire near fisherman's wharf . it brought up more than 100 firefighters, fire boats and trucks . we spoke to firefighters as how they were able to save a floating museum that is anchored at pier 45 . >> that is the silver lining,
the ss jeremiah in a was saved . no one was hurt in this for alarm fire . it is not contained yet, fire crews on scene, just a few minutes ago told our photographer that this fire is still active and people need to stay away . crews are confident they have a good handle on it and it won't spread out of the warehouse where there are a few marine style businesses inside . the fire was reported at 4:15 pm this morning . a couple of boats went to the scene to help . the peer was damage so it's of structural integrity is being investigated . one fire truck was also damaged . something that was saved, the ss jeremiah was anchored at pier 45 . it is one of two remaining fully functioning liberty ships built during world war ii . it is safe because aggressive attack by
crews on a fire boat . there is still a lot of work to be done so the department asked people on land and in the water to stay away . >> we are asking the public to please avoid the area . we are asking swimmers in the aquatic park area to vacate the water and stay out of the bay as we fight this for alarm fire . >> the coast guard is helping and essentially chasing people away who are defying the orders and get a little bit too close to the area . this is still an active investigation, they don't know how this fire started yet, that is one of many details we are waiting to hear about . firefighters have been battling the fire for nearly 5 hours this morning . we walked through some of the efforts as the fire was burning . >> we have a for alarm go in,
right now we're doing surround and drowned . it's too dangerous for our members to be in there . we had a lot of collapse on all the exterior and interior walls . the fire had been so far advanced by the time we got here . you can get a lot of smoke in there before anybody can see anything . they had a pretty good start on us when we got here about 4:20 pm . they quickly went to work for alarm . i fire boat is operating on the other side . we protected the jeremiah- o'brien from being impacted but this warehouse year is going to be a total loss . >> the reminder you can get the very latest raking news including updates on the fire
with the ktvu fox 2 news news app . sonoma county has joined solano and napa county in loosening some of his restrictions about dining . sonoma becomes the latest bay area county to move further into stage ii of california's reopening plan . these allow for outdoor dining only with strict social distancing roles and mask diamonds . the restaurant owners eagle to seat and serve customers again after relying solely on take up . >> this is really happening, got all choked up . it is going to be amazing . is going to be great to see people . >> many restaurants are doubling their patio space to expand outdoor dining . they will use disposable utensils only and make sure there's plenty of hand sanitizer
available . diners at each table are supposed to be from the same household but that could be difficult to enforce . napa was the first county to reopen, businesses there hoping a headstart will give them a boost during a holiday weekend . they are a long way from normal . this area slowly itching in that direction while sonoma county restaurants are open for outdoor dining customers are allowed to eat inside and napa county . managers at restaurants like downtown joe's say they have noticed more people beginning to make day trips to napa to have that dying inexperience . >> 50% of my customers are coming in from concord, walnut creek, san francisco, oakland, places where they can't go out to dine . >> napa prides itself for being a tourist friendly town . before the pandemic they had a two point two billion dollar tourism industry . the city of sausalito is
reopening some of its downtown parking lots . two of the four bigger parking lots all were shut down, to will be open now with the possibility of the other two opening if need be . the goal is to reduce the number of people driving on downtown streets looking for a place to park in the hills over the holiday weekend . last month they close down parking lots to discourage large gatherings in the city during the pandemic. unlike the rest of the bay area, santa clara county is just beginning stage ii of the states reopening processes . nonessential businesses are offering curbside pickup, making sure shoppers know the new drill has been a challenge . >> when i came into the store it was mask on . and then get back to work . for my customers i'm here and i'm ready to rock
. >> on santana road they have a system in place to move along . there are six designated pickup zones spaced around that outdoor mall . just in time for memorial day weekend the state is making it a little easier for people to buy alcoholic drinks to go . using some of the shelter in place roles . bars, wineries and distilleries and breweries that do not have kitchens can partner with mail providers such as diners to fill alcohol to go . the strings must be sealed in a container and sold with a meal . the past two months the state has authorized 45,000 restaurants to sell alcoholic beverages along with takeout food . governor gavin newsom plans to make an announcement soon on how businesses like air and nail salons and barbershops can start seeing customers again . he made the announcement yesterday . only three patients
have tested positive for covid- 19 across the state eight veterans homes . he asked people to be mindful going through the holiday we can . >> reflect on american heroes in the cause of freedom, united each and every one of them . the purpose of memorial day and spending time with family . we also do so in a thoughtful way . we are cognizant of not only our loved ones but the reality of the spread of this disease . the state is monitoring one hotspot in california . imperial county on the southern border, health officials are setting up a field hospital there . you can get more information on all the bay area county sitter reopening on the ktvu fox 2 news app . a check of the weather for the holiday weekend, it's a spf kind of weekend, would you agree rosemary ? >> and water, tethe bait area t
bit warmer for inland cities by tomorrow . than the heat is expected to really crank up, getting into the monday, tuesday, wednesday time frame . there is a live look over san jose where we have mostly blue skies . around the bay area just a few patches of fog reported, little bit of a smoky haze from a fire in the overnight hours in san francisco . temperatures this morning 50s and 60s even getting to 70 degrees already in areas near fairfield and brentwood . santa rosa, upper 50s, san jose in the low 60s at this time . temperatures are a lot warmer already in the north bay as well as the inner east bay . up by 11 degrees right now in fairfield . senna degrees santa rosa is five degrees warmer than yesterday .
even half moon bay on the coast is down by nine degrees but catching up with partly cloudy skies in the forecast for the afternoon . just a few patches of fog right along the coastline . half moon bay reporting only about four miles visibility . we may have just a little bit again hovering right around the coast . 13 miles per hour, helping to dry those temperatures already . we started a generally light, in the hills, bit breezy, take a look at mount diablo . 31 miles per hour from the north . oakland hills 18 miles per hour of view of the average high for this time of year and where we are expected to go for the second part of today? santa rosa, 10 degrees above the seasonal norm . a beautiful 61 in san francisco . 76 degrees in oakland, 81 over san
jose you will be six degrees above the seasonal average . when i come back we will have a look around the afternoon highs today and a big heat up coming our way in the extended forecast . coming up, their job is to track down people who have been potentially exposed to the coronavirus . how a bay area consulting company is helping businesses figure out how the coronavirus can impact their business decisions? and... let's get started. (music fades in) hey! -hi! ♪ ♪
police in vallejo are searching for clues this morning in a double shooting . police were called to a parking lot outside of king super on their grounds drive around 5:00, they found an adult woman suffering from a gunshot wound . they also found a 16-year-old boy nearby . he was taken to the hospital and is currently in critical condition . no word on a suspect, this is vallejo's ninth time aside homicide . pg&e plans to review its organization plan 85% of wildfire victims entitled approve their plan the state regulators still need to sign off on the plan itself . pg&e needs to meet the june 30
deadline to qualify for coverage from california's new wildfire insurance fund . the oakland school district says it's next school year will start on august 10 this summer . durning announcement yesterday . they are planning to resume distance learning and will return to classrooms only when it was safe to do so . they also including an action team to address issues including health, technology and facilities . one profession currently in high demand is the cleaning offices . a pest control is the company from lodi usually focuses on extermination but when the pandemic hit, they started bringing a new service back in march . we caught up with one cleaning crew working at a brewhouse in san francisco . clark is cleaning 100 clients
this month alone . >> it really wasn't even on our radar until customers asked us specifically to perform the services because they trust us . >> it disinfects the entire building . that includes the dining room, eventually we will get to have guests back. >> clark's representative say depending on the amount of foot traffic in any given business they recommend professional cleaning ranging from once a week to once a month . hospitals and medical groups have been tracking the outbreak for months now . now a bay area consulting company has created its own tracker to help businesses figure out how the coronavirus can impact business decisions . we spoke to consulting about a new coronavirus tracker that looks both at the number of cases and the trends . as you get into some of the
statewide data, i will show you some of the power of this, here is all your states alphabetically but we can quickly look at what were the cases yesterday by state, who have the most, california is number one, unfortunately . new york has held that position for many many days and weeks, consistently . you can see how they are dropping . additionally what we have here, what is the three day moving average and 14 day moving average? this is by state, you can see new york's seven day moving average is better than the 14 day, they are getting more healthy . one of the great things about our tracker is that if you jump into the state specifically, i will pick california today . you can now quickly get down to the counties of california again alphabetical is how they list it and you can
see specifically county by county . >> the company says they got some great feedback from the tracker, especially from businesses with locations around the state and around the country are trying to navigate the ever-changing impacts of the pandemic . we want to get a look at the weekend weather forecast for this holiday weekend for a lot of folks who may still have monday off even though a lot of people are still working home . you might want to have the air conditioning on, right rosemary? >> yes, i believe most will want that air conditioning on . a warm-up that begins today, eventually leads to inland cities spiking to about 100 degrees or so . with that will come advisories for the bay area . not today, today we're
just going to warm it up, a handful of degrees from yesterday . there is a live look at the oakland estuary . a lot of sunshine even along the coastline . winds at the surface, north northwest so we're losing that onshore breeze . if you take a look notice the arrows are coming from the north and northeast . that really begins to dry us out and helps to dryer temperatures up, in addition to that we have a high-pressure ridge which is still about 1000 miles off the coastline but it is going to be strengthening in the coming days and that is going to increase the heat as well . temperatures outside already a mild one, reporting 74 degrees, low 60s around the bay, 60 outside your door in san francisco . mid-60s along the coastline for half moon bay
. mid 60s where we have a bit of the north breeze in place we livermore is the afternoon high today . temperatures about upper 70s and 80 degrees for inland by lunchtime . warming it up for there, some of her hotter spots getting into the upper 80s for today . 82 degrees in san rafael, around the bay, 74 degrees in berkeley . to the inner east bay we go where it is toasty in antioch . along the coastline, mid 60s in pacifica, mid-70s for santa cruz . 81 degrees expected over san jose . 82 degrees in los gatos . warming it up today, turning a bit hot tomorrow for inland cities and then baking monday, tuesday, wednesday, 70s on the coastline . upper 90s to
about 100 degrees expected, it's going to be that monday, tuesday, wednesday time frame r of an oppressive kind of heat . in the meanwhile, fairly enjoyable weekend . i will send it back to you . coming up, lori locklin and her husband leading guilty and their involvement in the college admissions scandal . how much jail time the couple may face? a shootout at a walnut creek parking lot, the investigation now underway . check out summers number one show .
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an actress and her husband are admitting guilt in the college admissions scandal that father daughters admitted to usc . for month a couple fought the charges but that all changed this past week . she pled guilty to conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud . her husband pled guilty to similar charges, if the pleaser accepted she will serve two months in prison while he will serve five months. the man who found the confrontation that led to a shooting death of a 25-year-old georgia man made his first court upheld appearance . he was arrested on charges to commit false imprisonment . he is accused of using his car to contain the victim before filming the encounter that
ended with ahmaud arbery skilling . >> when we first became involved we respectfully request that the citizens and to some extent this country to grant us impatience to allow us to conduct the investigation . that has been done . >> he is the third person to be arrested and charged in the case . father and son have also been charged with murder and aggravated assault . >> at least two people on board a passenger plane that crashed in pakistan have been pulled from the wreckage a live . 99 people were on board that plane when it crashed into a neighborhood full of homes of the survivors all he could see was fire . airbus made one land at the karachi airport and was going around again when the pilot reported injun failure .
the black box should determine what may have happened . coming up on mornings on 2, some officials withdraw approval, how the city plans to move forward . help professionals are pushing for more people to be hired as coronavirus contact tracers . how many people they believe will be needed to hunt down sources of infection .
we continue to follow breaking news of a warehouse fire near tishman's wharf . they have been several hours on the scene trying to contain it completely . more about covid-19 related deaths at a nursing home in orinda, they are looking at more evidence of potential wrongdoing . ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. welcome back, this is a live picture of mount diablo this morning . a lot of blue skies there behind the mountain . we are expecting some warm to hot weather in that part of the east bay . good morning, >> happy memorial day weekend, let's check in with rosemary, mother nature getting it right, we get the holiday weekend and
it is heating up, rosemary . >> memorial day weekend, typically known as the unofficial start of summer, that is exactly what it is going to feel like in many spots . there going to warm up if you degrees over yesterday . this is just the beginning of a trend that will carry us all the way the next several days and bring temperatures near 100 degrees near the inland cities . mid 60s at the coast, areas like pacifica . a lot of 70s around the bay, a few mid to upper 80s for inland cities . it is going to be a warmer day, i will have details on the bay area saturday, what you can expect for tomorrow . and then when the heat will be a little painful for some . more on that in the extended forecast coming up . we want to update this morning's breaking news near san francisco's fisherman's wharf . an investigation is underway at a large four alarm fire near peer 45 . they spoke
to firefighters how they managed to save a floating museum that is anchored at the pier. they got to work early on this to save the two structures . definitely the silver lining of the situation . an important note, san francisco fire department says they need people to stay away, swimmers, boaters, this is a major fire so many people may be trying to go to the area but the fire department says if you go there you are going to get in the way and it will be harder on them to get a handle on everything. thankfully no one was hurt in the four alarm fire . it is not contained yet but they are confident it will spread out of the warehouse . that's where they believe the fire started and there were a few marines style businesses inside . the fire was reported at 4:15 am
this morning . fire trucks and engines on boats went to the scene to help . the pier is damage so the structural integrity is being investigated . the ss jeremiah is anchored at pier 45 in one of the two remaining fully functional liberty ships built during world war ii . the floating mist museum is safe thanks for the crews on the department fire boat, francis . >> quick action save the historic jeremiah-o'brien . if you are looking at one positive to come out of this tragic event, saving a historic world war ii festival vessel at the world beginning of memorial day weekend is something we should all be proud of as a community . >> i know a lot of people are very curious about this fire but the fire department says they need swimmers, boaters and
people walking around to stay away from this area so they can continue to get work done there . the cause of this fire is under investigation . a reminder you can always get the latest breaking news on your phone with the ktvu fox 2 news app . is available to download on your phone . district attorney's office is sharing some more information about it investigation at a orinda nursing home were for residents died from the coronavirus . 30 people at the orinda care center all tested positive . the number has grown to more than 50 . county prosecutors say they are working with the states justice department's to find if there's any civil or criminal violations including elder abuse or neglect . >> to make sure those we are entrusting with the most vulnerable individuals are elderly are doing their best to make sure they are safe during
the times of the pandemic . >> the facilities following protocol to protect both his residents and staff . nursing homes account for more than 40% of coronavirus deaths . governor gavin newsom says the state is now averaging 45,000 coronavirus tests, more than 1 1/2 million tests have been carried out . that is good news . the number of tests are rising, the percentage of positive tests is holding steady at about 4% . they also said the city is making good progress making tests available at some of her underserved communities . the easing of some of california shelter at home restrictions is raising concerns about one of the way to contain the spread . contact tracing involves tracking down people who have become in direct contact with virus patients . health expect there will be enough people involved in the
tracking program . contra costa county is among one of the many areas that is now in a recruitment drive . we started with maybe a dozen staff, we're now up to around 75 . the aim is get to 250 . that is a combination of redeployed current staff, hiring new staff and training volunteers . health experts say the united states could need as many as 300,000 con tact tracers . currently other just 100,000 of them working right now . governor gavin newsom is taking a leading role in this effort to ramp up contact tracing . they are teaming up with medical to train thousands of new tracers . they hope to have them ready to begin work in early july and all of california's 58 counties . in marin county, extending
protections for renters during the covid-19 pandemic . next week the board of supervisors will consider measures that would add another month to the current moratorium on evictions and extending it to the month of june . they would have 90 days . the county is also pledging $1 million to help the most vulnerable residents stay inside their homes . state senate advanced a bill that would allow some hospitality tenants to determine their leases . they voted 5 to 1, supporters say the bill is an emergency measure meant to save struggling small businesses who have been hit hard by the pandemic and can't pay full rent . it does require approval from additional sub committees in a full vote at the senate and the assembly . a new jobless report, more than 2.3 million jobs were lost in california during the month of april . that sent the unemployment rate from 5.5% in march up to 15.5% . the state
employment department calls the increase unprecedented . the industry is seeing the most job losses were leisure and hospitality, train and transportation, utilities followed by education and professional and business services . plans for a 200 bed navigation center in san francisco may be in jeopardy . federal highway officials have withdrawn their approval for that project . the site is in the right of way for state highways and the land may be owned by the federal highway administration . san francisco mayor london breed says the city will begin with their plans and hope the disputes will be worked out . they hope to open by the end of the year . a caravan from the bay area will bring food and help supplies to farmworkers in the central coast . organizers say 80 to 90 vehicles will travel from san jose to san juan bautista and load up all the items, meet at san jose's
history park about an hour ago . they are now heading south and acting as an appreciation parade for farmworkers in the state . organizers say the states 1 million farmworkers cannot hunker down at home but instead are spending some very long hours for little pay in the fields and packing plants to keep food on our tables . bart is reminding writers there will be no train service between lafayette eight stations this weekend . there updating 40-year-old equipment at the orinda station . it includes installing tracks and power lines between orinda and lafayette . this also caused some overnight closures a severn lanes of highway 24 . buses will be taken passengers between lafayette and rockbridge over the weekend . a week ago we were talking about rain, now the heat is on, rosemary.
talk about swinging from one end of the spectrum, not only are we were made it up but perhaps the hottest temperatures so far we have seen this year . the national weather service already anticipating heat advisory's . we're going to warm it up by a few degrees, inland cities will definitely begin to notice the difference . there is a beautiful blue there of jack london square . now a look across the bay, little bit of patchy fog under mostly sunny skies . a little bit of haze in the sky as we had a fire in san francisco . san francisco is at 60 degrees . san jose 61 degrees . 55 degrees in santa rosa . temperatures are up by a few degrees . getting into that fog out there this morning, only a few patches, half moon bay reporting for miles visibility . right off the coastline we might have a little bit of fog . blue skies
over most of the area, mostly clear this morning as well as parts of the monterey coastline . here is a view of the winds, fairfield, 13 miles per hour . tapas wind is coming from the south, 60 miles per hour . a bit of a variable wind out there right at the surface but a little bit higher up in our hills notice the wind is predominantly from the north . mount diablo reporting 22, middle peak reporting 20 miles per hour . it is that north, northeast wind it really helps to dry us out . there is a view, about 5000 feet up where we are beginning to shift that onshore breeze . it has been gone for now . it will be localized right along the coastline . for the rest of us not going to fill in as much . several degrees above
yesterday, 71 degrees at san francisco . five degrees above what we saw yesterday . concord expected to hit 86 degrees later today . afternoon highs in a big heat up coming our way in the extended forecast . helping california's undocumented immigrants, the trouble they are having getting stimulus money that was promised to them . the latest on that . when people return to the office, how employers are planning to spend a lot more time and money on cleaning .
all the hands you haven't held. all the dinners you didn't share with friends. the trips you haven't taken. keep track of them. each one means one less person vulnerable, one less person exposed, and one step closer to a healthier community. so for now, keep your distance. but don't lose count. we'll have some catching up to do.
we have new video of a shooting in walnut creek that left two people injured . it happened around 630 thursday night at the shopping center parking lot . a silver car pulled up behind a parked black suv . two people jumped out of that car and then someone fired shots in the suv . the people in the silver car got away . police are looking for any information on the shooters . the two shooting victims had already been dropped off at a nearby hospital . police did arrest the driver of an suv from detroit . he shot back at the two suspects and one of those shots at a vehicle and an innocent
bystander who was in a nearby car . new this morning, trump is considering establishing a panel to review complaints of anti-conservative bias on social media . today's wall street journal reports the white house is drying up plans to put together commission that will examine online bias and censorship . the president has long expressed that viewpoint . they are likely to face strong censorship . undocumented immigrants say they are spending hours on the phone to show for . there trying to access a state program that promises financial aid but delays and snags are making it difficult . we are currently experiencing heavy call volumes, all agents are busy assisting other applicants . it is been happening for
days . undocumented immigrants trying to get covid-19 disaster relief money only to be faced with please try your call again later, we apologize for any inconvenience . >> it's insulting more than frustrating . people are in real need . francisco says among one of his colleagues and friends it is been nearly impossible to get the state money that governor gavin newsom has promise . >> regardless of your status, there are people in need . this is a state that steps up to support those in need . >> in april, $75 million of taxpayer money was given to nearly a dozen charities across california . since undocumented immigrants can't qualify they can apply for a one time payment of $500 . in the bay area of the state shows catholic charities the handout the money . the funds are on a first-come first-served basis and that has
caused headaches . >> that was difficult in the beginning but we have been working really hard . >> despite 100 call takers, applying takes time . immigrants must demonstrate coronavirus impacted their unemployment . it can only be done over the phone and not online . >> it doesn't make sense, there's not a single person we know that is gotten anything . >> catholic charities says it has happened helping . so far 3000 applicants has been processed and in the bay area, 30,000 people are expected to receive checks . even though they're roughly 3 million undocumented immigrants in the state only 150,000 will get a check . doctors and researchers are learning more about the coronavirus including how it is
transmitted . the cdc says the virus is not easily spread, or by touching contaminated surfaces . it is not easily spread from animal to human . the main way the virus is spread is through person-to- person contact, even among those who are not showing any symptoms . the crisis has many companies and businesses rethinking their cleaning as countries start to open up . more companies are reaching out about different ways they can protect their employees and customers. what we're doing here, this is an electrostatic handheld unit . we also the backpack units . what we're doing is, we are applying the missed on all the vertical and horizontal surfaces . by the nature of the
tech knowledge he, when it is discharged, it is positively charged and attaching itself to all the surfaces, vertical and horizontal, while it is drying it is disinfecting . after it is dry it will continue to disinfect any of the surfaces that it has touched . >> how does this compare to the spray bottle in the cloth and cleaning that we see happening all the time ? >> the biggest advantage is that when we apply it we're letting itself dry rather than a lot of people when they are doing disinfecting they are spraying it into a cloth or onto a surface and then wiping it off immediately . a lot of people aren't aware that all disinfectants have a dwell time, once it's on the surface, it has a contact time to allow it to adequately disinfect that surface that it has come in contact with .
>> before the pandemic, they said medical facilities and day cares and hearing from grocery stores, supermarkets, theyasking for he let's check in with rosemary, is going to be warm to hot this weekend, we get a feel like summer is really here . >> you are right is going to come on us as we move through the next few days . it will be a gradual warm-up . today is going to feel comfortable just a little bit warmer than yesterday . with each passing day temperatures are going to continue to climb . nearing 100 degrees for inland cities . here is a look at san jose, for the most cart, mostly blue skies, already beginning to see
up . winds are generally light and variable but that's the northeast wind flow the continues to dry us out and helps to really warm us up in addition to high pressure that will be strengthening and for the days ahead . the center of that high about 1000 miles off the coastline but it will continue to build our way as we get the next few days . record- breaking temperatures, the national weather service already anticipating heat advisory's . that's when her inland cities are expected to hover around 100 degrees . it is going to be really uncomfortable a little farther down the road . for the weekend not bad at all . 60 degrees in san francisco, upper 60s in walnut creek, fairfield we have that north, northeast wind already . here's a comparison where we are this time of year . 10 degrees above the seasonal
average, 86 in santa rosa is 86 degrees . low 80s expected for areas around san jose, livermore, around the bay area, taking a look here . 82 degrees expected for san rafael . mid 60s across the coast the pacifica . 87 degrees for the inner east bay, widespread 70s around the bay area, bayside communities, 80 degrees in redwood city . into your extended forecast, tomorrow another jump by about three or six degrees . we are now into , wednesday, the hottest days expected . upper 80s around the bay which is really warm for our bayside folks and 70s expected around the coastline . hard to believe last weekend we were tracking a big storm, now
devastated hurts by grounding nearly all business travelers . it's also sharply decrease the value of its fleet . they now plan to use $1 billion of its own cash on hand to keep his car rental business running well it does proceed into bankruptcy . anyone with the sweet tooth, candy is reusing see's candies had to suspend production in late march due to the virus . right now only a limited number of stores are open and the candy company is launching contact free pickup and nationwide shipping . but not all candy is in stock . they are essentially coming from scratch when it comes from candy making . the coca-cola 600 nascar at
unlike the two previous races at darlington speedway, qualify will happen just before hours before the race . tomorrow afternoon fans are still not allowed . the race will honor fallen heroes for memorial day . there will be a prerace show that will feature a remote state of the union address along with the flyover virtual 21 gun salute and every car will carry the name of a fallen military member . the race will start at 3:00 sharp right here . graduates of oakland skyline high school got a little surprise at their virtual graduation . you have been chosen by fate to lead the way whatever our post pandemic world is going to be . make it a great one, will you? good luck to you all, congratulations, let us all be a part of the grand group that
is called the proud skyline graduate, tom hanks graduated in 1974 from the oakland school . he has maintained ties to his alma mater including some very generous donations . the oscar- winner and his wife both of recently recovered . a big holiday weekend, the heat is on and a lot of folks are probably mighty happy about that . we will be bracing for some big-time heat as we get into the extended forecast . inland cities eventually getting into about 100 degrees or so, upper 80s expected around the bay . thank you rosemary, of course check in with ktvu.com with the latest developments . we will have much more on that
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