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>> has many california businesses are reopening, some say it's not happening fast enough. the job cuts happening here in the bay area and what it means for the future of our economy. from "ktvu fox 2 news" this is "mornings on 2." >> good morning. thank you for joining us. i am dave clark. >> i am pam cook. glad you are with us this morning as we get close to the end of may. we want to check in with steve paulson. you are absolutely correct. a cool down a bit yesterday for us here north of the golden gate. a little cooler breeds was very much appreciated. >> what about now, pam. the windows are open. >> i can feel it and it's cooler than yesterday. i would not say it is great but it is cooler than yesterday. it's further inland and cooler
too. >> the fog is making a little bit of a push inland over the bay and it is there and it will make a huge impact and you see the temperatures cooler. santa rosa is down to 51. temperatures yesterday from 80s 90s to 100 in livermore and only 92. oakland from 81-74. back into the 80s and the 24 hour temperature changes is noticeable. concord minus 14. double digits for hayward and san jose is closed for others and the trend has begun in the wind, when it hits 25-30 at travis, that's all you need to know. 312 the delta. look for temperatures to get back near averages and they are a little above and they are on their way down and will continue into tomorrow. this man is happy it's cooler. let's go over to sal castaneda. >> morning to you.
right now it's cooler. we don't have a lot going on from the main part of the bay area. we can look at the approach here. it's a 17 minute drive and as good as it gets as you drive to the bay bridge. we are off to a nice start so far in the immediate bay area here as you drive in and out of san francisco, oakland and san jose. 4:02 a.m. and let's go back to the task. >> police are investigating a shooting in south san jose were as many as five people may have been hurt. it happened last night just before 10:00 p.m. near maclachlan avenue and south 24th street. and video you see here from the scene shows a large number of police officers, and several people loaded into ambulances. we are checking with the police to get more information about the investigation, including if they are actively searching for
a suspect. police in rohnert park investigating a deadly shooting after finding a man's body in a parking lot. the shooting happened just after 9:00 p.m. last night in the parking lot of redwood credit union where a man had been shot in the chest. the police know his name but there waiting to first contact his family before they release his name investigators are trying to get surveillance video as part of their search for suspect. an officer involved shooting being investigated by hayward police in the alameda county d.a.s office near mount eden park and sleepy park and bahamas avenue. police were checking reports of a man on a motorcycle chasing someone and banging on doors. the man approached police with the weapon and the police fired shots at him. we do not that yet know the man's condition or name but the investigation continues. the time now is 43:00 a.m.
in minneapolis, minnesota the mayor pleading for calm after protests over the violent death of george floyd. one man was fatally shot near last night's protest. reportedly there has been an arrest for the shooting. demonstration started peacefully but then fires were set at several businesses. looters attacked a target store. protesters are demanding police officer their children be arrested and charged with the brutal killing on monday. it happened during a violent arrest that was videotaped. the officers were quickly fired. >> other protests and demonstrations. several hundred people marched and blocked the very busy 101 freeway smashing windows of several police cars. the police issued a citywide tactical alert telling officers who were about to go home to stay on duty. the demonstration lasted several hours and for the most part it was peaceful.
governor newsom says both the u.s. and california have hit grim milestones in this pandemic. >> while we have faired a lot better than other states as it relates to the mortality in the number of deaths in the state of california as it relates to this pandemic. by no means have we've been immune. the coronavirus has killed more than 100,000 americans and officially the most of any country in the world. california now has more than 100,000 confirmed cases. that is the fifth most in the u.s. the state is approaching 4000 deaths. here in the bay area more than 13,000 people have tested positive for the virus. 434 people have died in the bay area. both counties are reporting an increase in the number of cases but medical experts say these rising numbers don't
necessarily mean there is a spike because of relaxed restrictions. doctors say the increases could be due to more testing. santa clara county health office says progress is being made. >> it takes at least two weeks, sometimes three to really understand what the impact is and we are looking at how many new cases have we identified and how many new people required hospitalization. then we see we have things fairly stable we can ease again and go to the next phase. >> santa clara county remains in the early part of phase two and manufacturing and warehouses are open along with retail stores for curbside pickup. >> the time now is 46:00 a.m. elena kagan has given california until tonight to respond to charges that they are discriminating against religious activity. the pastor of a san diego pentecostal church is leading
the fight to allow places of worship to reopen now. >> everyone else can operate, even nonessential businesses. we are protected in the u.s. constitution. this case is being heard at the supreme court supreme court level because the ninth district court refused to step in. circuit courts in new orleans and cincinnati issued emergency orders allowing churches to hold in person services. even though the state has granted sonoma county permission to move ahead with reopening, officials are not allowing houses of worship to reopen for at least another week. church leaders around the county say they started making plans for in person services this weekend. one pastor says it's unfair to him that restaurants can offer outdoor dining but churches cannot hold outdoor services. >> what if we started serving food. can we meet outside as churches then. speaking in just but at the same time it's confusing and it
seems subjective and arbitrary. >> sonoma county officials say they are not being arbitrary and they set standards to reopen . health officials say they've seen the number of cases of the coronavirus double recently and there's been an increase in testing. you can check the county by county information on reopening with our "ktvu" news app and there's a running list of what is open and where right near the top of the page. the california academy of sciences announce 110 employees are being laid off and 160 facing pay cuts. the academy has been closed since march 12th. just a handful of the staff is caring for the 40,000 animals. no visitors means no ticket sales and no revenue and the executive director since they are projecting at $12 million
decrease in revenue. that's a 36% drop over last year. california employment development department is looking to burst its staff to handle the blood of unemployment claims brought on by the shutdown. the department is looking to hire 1800 people. federal funds will pay for the staff. edd needs people to help process claims and handle phone calls. the department is looking for people with accounting and auditing experience. checking in on wall street right now. features indicate a mixed opening. traders waiting for the latest weekly unemployment features to be released at 5:30 a.m. the stock closed sharply higher yesterday on investor optimism over plans of reopening the country. at the end of the trading day the dow was up 533 points. the nasdaq was up as well but right now slightly higher opening for
the dow and the s&p 500. >> cooling centers in the south bay will open again today as a bay area deals with the last of this heat wave. the mayfair roosevelt cypress, seven trees and camden community centers will be open until 1:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. people will be screened to get in and they have to follow guidelines to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. as of now there are no plans to open tomorrow as temperatures are expected to cool down. four cooling centers will be open today and tomorrow in contra costa county. the counties in antioch, pleasant hill, hercules and richmond will be open from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for seniors and people with disabilities to come in and cool off. anyone entering must wear a face covering and. >> practice social distancing. let's check in with steve to see we are slowly getting cooler and you can feel it outside.
>> it will drop except for the most inland locations and it will drop everyone today. the fog is back in the onshore breeze has kicked in. ukiah, clear lake out of vacaville, some of those areas it takes another day or two. for the majority it will be a cooler forecast for all. the fog is back and the wind has picked up. i think it will be a pretty good onshore breeze today. 50s and 60s. a lot more 50s that we saw at least 24 hours ago in the 24 hour temperature change shows that congress minus 14 degrees cooler in san joses 11 and i think you see this carry throughout most of the day. the wind is in the hills has picked up here and mount diablo west and 232 days ago and that's a big change. travis has costs of about 30 in vacaville hences west- southwest. once vacaville kicks in that will be the key and curious to lower temperatures. i mean the weather is on its
way starting friday to saturday. we are projections of pretty good rain here for the golden gate north and san francisco in livermore. a quarter inch clearlake, a third of an inch in ukiah. that would be on saturday and there could be thunderstorm activity out there. 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s we get a typical pattern. tomorrow much colder with higher clouds saturday and it looks like a cold day for on and off rain and thunderstorms will stay cool sunday into monday. 4:12 a.m. a decision in the east bay by top school administrators that landed them with hot water with the district dealing with the budget deficit. we know when casinos will reopen in reno and lake tahoe. the details on that in the changes coming to the vegas strip.
welcome back to "mornings on 2." 4:15 a.m. new this morning. a police chase that started in redwood city and ended in san jose with the crash. last night chp officers in san jose took over the chase for that motorcycle on interstate 280 around 11:15 p.m. last night. redwood city chp officers first tried to pull the suspect over for speeding and found out the motorcycle was stolen. the motorcycle crashed on 680 at the sheraton offramp and then a motorcycle rider was taken to hospital and treated for minor injuries. in san francisco a group of neighbors and business owners are going to court and they want to block san francisco's plan to set up a sanctioned homeless encampment.
it's called concerned hit a sense of the hate and suing over a safe sleeping sites. the city plans to allow 40 tends to be set up and it used to be the location of an old mcdonald's restaurant. the group worries about the risk of spreading the coronavirus, as well as crime and drug use. the san ramon valley school district is facing scrutiny from parents over pay raises. now all employees working at the district offices just received a 2.5% annual cost-of- living raise and it is something the district has done every year for 20 years. however, some parents are exempt because the san rafael school district is facing an $8 million budget shortfall this year. >> the times of covid-19, that's not a good decision at all and not in the best interest of the students in the school district. >> the race we gave our
teachers is the exact same race we give management. >> it's not fair question to ask if they are doing 2.5 here. >> they are receiving an $18 thousand retention and it's not for past work he says. he makes $357 thousand a year. things will look different for the schools that we open their doors for students come this fall. last night the superintendent of public instruction, tony thurman said there will be mandatory mask wearing and temperature checks for students and staff and also expect smaller class sizes and high grade classrooms with some students come in and others and participate online and more detailed guidelines is expected next week. thurmond said the state needs to come up with $500 million to supplement distance learning. about 600,000 kids in california are still waiting
for their own computer, and thousands need a mobile hotspot. he is going on businesses and individuals to donate to cover the expense and thurmond says there's a stance of emergency to get the supplies before classes begin. >> we need a lot more companies to step up. i'm just going to put it in frank terms. we have hundreds of thousands of students who do not have a computing device and where we are headed in terms of getting our schools reopened we are going to need california's companies to come and support californians kids. >> teachers worry that students are falling behind because of the digital divide. part of that we want to remind you that "ktvu fox 2 news" is partnering with the san francisco unified school district to provide daily educational programs for the youngest classrooms. weekdays 2:00 p.m. on "ktvu plus" and daily
activity from preschool through second grade. >> the time now is 4:18 a.m. i rode with the window down and the air felt good. it feels a lot different pam and steve. no doubt about it. it's going to be a big drop on a lot of the temperatures. only the most inland locations take one more day. back in the day in the forecast ended right around in concord and livermore in san jose and santa rosa. not anymore it includes a whole wide variety of other locations but suffice to say the fog is back and yesterday we had a couple of records conquered. the records don't go back as far but the old marc was 90 and in santa rosa 96. 1984 and i don't think we will see anything today and a cooler forecast in santa rosa 96 and livermore in temperatures will
cool off and that will continue into saturday. 50s into 60s here in locations a od 10 degrees cooler than they were 24 hours ago and that includes santa rosa, san jose, hayward is down double gits in concord is the leader of the pack so far at minus 14 degrees. west wind at the meals and windy . gusts up to 28 miles an hour and that huge difference. that low to la is working its way with increasing cloud deck with today and tomorrow and saturday morning it looks like rain and very little to the south and impressive totals for this time of year and into may from a quarter of an inch to
third of an inch for napa and santa rosa north pick 60s, 70s and 80s. temperatures on their way down and they continue to take that especially tomorrow. widely scattered showers and a huge change on saturday. a welcome change. 4:21 a.m. is the time. as the restrictions ease part is preparing to welcome back thousands of daily riders. coming up. the step-by-step plan to get the transit agency back on track. have a multistate manhunt for a murder suspect came to an end.
michelle mcgee thank you for this request. "mornings on 2". grazing in the grass. a nice groove for thursday morning. it is thursday morning. thank you. send me your request for sal's traffic jams. we have the team up right now making the list for us. facebook, twitter and instagram used the hashtag #"ktvu." parts of highway four in the 680 interchange will be closed by caltrans and the contra costa authority. tonight and saturday night it's between pacheco boulevard and solano way. similar closures to westbound highway four will take place friday and sunday night. the repair work will be on
improving the safety of the rams. the closure tonight begins at 11:00 p.m. and continues until 5:00 p.m. tomorrow morning. they are today 46 more dmv offices are reopening. field office is scheduled to open include several here in the bay area including fremont, oakland coliseum, pittsburgh, san mateo and santa clara. the california dmv says their employees are helping drivers with limited transactions that require an in person visit. wallins creek is looking to join other bay area cities and closing down the streets to cars and allowing businesses to expand outside. now the program is set to start in the next few weeks and creates space for restaurants and retail and it creates room for curbside pickup and speeds up the city's permit process for walk-up windows and
temporary kiosks. walnut creek is working to decide which downtown streets will be closed. as traffic picks up people pay for the toll lanes again. drivers will be charged to use the express lanes. tools were suspended back in march for many roads. weekday traffic volume is back to about 60% of last year's levels. >> our time is 4:26 a.m. people writing bart. bart may have a difficult future. staff members are expected to update the board of directors on next week's budget this morning and a board meeting at 9:00 a.m. the ridership is only 10% of what it was before the pandemic. bart plans for ridership to be between 15-50% of normal through next year. the park board is expected to approve a budget for the next fiscal year by the end of next month. bart is getting ready for riders to come on back and they have a 15 step welcome back plan. bart says it's trains will be longer to allow for social distancing
and extra trains will be added if the cars get two hundred. part trains will be disinfected every night. >> every train being dispatched will have been fog and thoroughly1 disinfected with the night before with hospital grade disinfected starting monday, tuesday and wednesday every train coming out will have been thoroughly disinfected. >> bart says face coverings will be required. bart is also selling personal and straps, believe it or not, that you can take home for cleaning after each trip. they cost $5 apiece. lifting restrictions on lifting iron. what the governor told jim owners and fitness instructors and getting people back to their daily workout. the historic launch into space postponed just before liftoff. and when spacex and nassau will try again.
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alleged criminals accused of taking advantage of the pandemic. why the 0 bail policy is not working in some cases. plus in minneapolis, building set on fire and more clashes with police. the protest that turned violent after the death of george floyd. from "ktvu fox 2 news" this is "mornings on 2". welcome to "mornings on 2." i am dave clark. >> i am pam cook and welcome to friday eve as we like to call it. thursday, may 28th and it's a little cooler and a lot of us are very happy and let's check in with steve paulson with the forecast.