tv KTVU Mornings on 2 FOX May 19, 2022 7:00am-9:00am PDT
investigators say after several people were found shot on a freeway off ramp in east oakland, plus they can't absorb the these other formulas and they end up getting dehydrated and falling behind baby formula shortages affecting families in the bay area and far beyond the action from lawmakers to try to get formula back on store shelves. plus the warriors starting off the western conference finals on the right track will highlight that big game one win coming up. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. good morning and thanks for being with us, gasia mikaelian. good morning. i'm dave clark. welcome to thursday, may 19th the warriors were so good. they didn't need me. they didn't have to call me and i was ready. ready you know, stay ready in case roberta is ready to she, but she's ready with your forecast. absolutely and there's so much to talk about so much to discuss. yeah we have high fire concerns today and especially throughout the
evening hours and into our friday. good morning. everybody right now are live weather camera does show us that we have nothing but blue skies out there with a few high thin clouds draped across the horizon. otherwise this is what you need to know. today the winds are not a problem right now, but we'll be increasing throughout the day northwest 10 to 20 gusts up to 45 mph wind advisory goes into effect tonight for inland areas, primarily north and east bay. and also the santa clara valley foothills, which does encompass mount hamilton's and then friday equally as windy and that elevated fire risk temperature right now. 54 san francisco to 73 degrees in brentwood. wow 60 and napa 60 in san jose later today, neighborhood forecasts 60 along the seashore with gusty winds out of the north, same and the santa rosa area as far as the winds are concerned, but that's down from 96 degrees
yesterday, nearly 90 in east bay areas, but the winds will continue to blow throughout the day and mountain view as well. we have that full forecast. and that's coming up. but right now, let's toss it on over to sell. how are you doing this morning? well doing well, roberta, and i think the commute is okay. i don't see anything too serious out there. do you see some of the slowdowns developing which is very typical. i've been looking at the accident list, though. just to make sure that nothing pops up. we don't like surprises. as you know, for that morning commute, and i still see that most of it. it's just routine traffic, which is good news for you. we've had a couple of crashes and a couple of slowdowns, but i think we're off to a nice start 702. let's go back to the headlines. thank you . well we're watching friends, new development, oakland police and the chp or busy. they're investigating yet another shooting in oakland, where at least two people were injured. ktvu is amanda quintana. you're in oakland. now. this one happened not far from mills college, and it was either on or
near the freeway. so what do you know now? yeah that's right. well, officers responded just before 8 30 last night, and that's near seminary, the on ramp there near 5 80 eastbound now when those officers arrived , they found that the car had overturned and the people inside it had gunshot wounds. now there are unconfirmed reports that there were four people in that car in two of them had been shot. first responders were seeing making their way down the embankment to get to those victims, and they carried them up on stretchers. and then they were taken away in an ambulance right now we don't know what led to the shooting, and the chp in oakland police department are still trying to determine where this all started. freeway shootings in the east bay have become all too common. with several high profile senseless killings over just the last few months, including two year old jasper woo and cal basketball hall of famer jean ransom. last
year. there were 144 freeway shootings in the bay area with arrests in only 11% of them. just last week, governor gavin newsom announced a pilot program that would install 200 cameras at 50 locations on california freeways, including in alameda and contra costa counties, where we saw nearly 70% of the freeway shootings happened last year. we hope that this prevents crime from ever occurring, but if it does occur , we'll have an investigative tool to come. help us be successful can stop the shooting on the freeway, but cameras everywhere. put cameras everywhere. there's babies are getting shot. grandmothers are getting shot. women are getting shot. i mean, it's some cowardly stuff. cameras are slated to be placed on interstates 80 and 5 80 highways 24 4 along with some other locations. oakland mayor libby chef has been pleading for help to catch freeway shooters, and she asked the governor for
these cameras back in december. we don't know exactly where those cameras will be installed yet and we don't know exactly when they will be installed, but we are waiting to hear more information on that. i also reached out to chp. about that shooting from last night. we're waiting to hear an update on the condition of those victims. but i will relay that information win. chp does release it. live in oakland. amanda quintana ktvu fox two news, amanda. thank you happening today. the east palo alto city council is holding a special meeting on a deadly shooting on tuesday in a park that forced children to run for cover. the metal was killed has been identified as the cousin of las vegas raiders wide receiver devontae adams. ralph fields, died in the shooting at jack farrell park. it happened as children were playing. many ran for cover when the shooting started. this was not a random attack of any kind. this incident involved two pairs of people shooting at each other. according to shot spotter
recordings. there were three volleys of gunfire totaling 33 shots fired between them. three other people were hurt in the shooting. police didn't say if fields had any involvement in the shooting. so far, they haven't made any arrests. they are asking anyone with information to come forward. our time now. 706 lawmakers in washington passed two bills to deal with the baby formula shortage. one of the bills would give emergency authorization to the wick federal nutrition program to eat some of the land safety regulations. the other house bill gives $28 million in the fda to add more inspectors. the president biden also invoked the defense production act to increase the baby formula production. i have directed my team to do everything possible to ensure there's enough safe baby formula. and that is quickly reaching families that need it. the most. this is one of my top priorities. the president also authorized flights to import baby formula
from overseas that meet us health and safety standards. well, the better business bureaus warning parents who are desperate to get baby formula watch out for those online scams , the better business bureau says parents could get targeted. here with ads or posts or private messages and some advice from the better business bureau. you can go on the b b. b s website, check the accreditation status of a company that seems unfamiliar. you can also look up the name of that company, and i had the word scam in your google search barred. see if anything comes up. there is another tip here. music credit card with fraud protection. if you have to buy formula from an unknown source, well, tomorrow's game two of the nba western conference finals between the warriors and the dallas mavericks, the warriors will go for a 2 to 0 lead after their blowout victory last night are andre senior stayed up a little past his bedtime. beckoned studio now to bring us the highlights. andre being the
coffee this morning, check out the front page of the dallas morning news right here beat down in the bay area, their newspaper. the warriors are not up one to nothing in the series, and there are still many games left. the team does feel good about its opening performance. the warriors are known for their three point shooting. but it was their defense that stole the show last night. they outrebounded the mavericks, who were in ice cold, forming the perimeter. they missed 37 3 point shots last night, which which ties for the second in playoff history. steph curry led the warriors in scoring as usual , but he set for the entire fourth quarter. because the game has already turned into a rut. i'm enjoying every bit of this. and no players as well. draymond is because you know we haven't played meaningful games and. at this time of year. and, you know, two years so special, you know, i still take pride in my defense, no matter what people say for lost or not, i still think i'm a very good defender. and then steps in the lanes.
obviously draymond klay thompson. they're slapping back at the tractors questioning his defensive late now the warriors are undefeated at home this postseason. they are perfect seven and, oh, part of the reason. goes to the crowd chase center. yeah. of fans are in a fever pitch even before tip off local sub redshift fieri brought one of his sons to the game. they rang the chase center opening bill. most of the sellout crowd enjoyed the game. there were a few maverick fans sprinkled in the arena. as for dub nation, they're ready for another nba championship. we're about to do big things out here . just wait for it. we're coming in like the ocean waves, tsunamis about to hear the fight to phoenix didn't work out. then i booked a flight to dallas clearly work out going to game. three and four, also booked a
flight to miami. that guy doing commentary for us. every time the team wins. do it, probably do it. alright. the fan is talking about the miami heat leading 1 to 0 now in the eastern conference finals against the boston celtics, so we'll see what happens there. ah so that's it. that's what's happening right now. again the front page of the dallas morning news beat down in the bay area, and that's their newspaper. dave andre. thank you. let's see if we can't get you out the door here sell you're focusing on a new crash on the richmond bridge. we're seeing the impact instantaneously. you can see it here, gosha and dave, and it's not good. let me take you right to that, because it is backing up very quickly. this crashes like five minutes old. it was first reported at 703. and look , everyone is absolutely at a standstill here. now i don't even know if it let me see if emergency vehicles have clocked in hit. it doesn't look like it looks like the fire department
has been called, so they're on their way. but they haven't made it yet. if you go to the richmond bridge, you shouldn't go let me see if i can say this gracefully. if you have to go get on there early. if you don't have to go don't go to the richmond bridge right now. it is a mess. this crash is about five minutes old as i mentioned now, if you want to go, maybe to the bay bridge right now, the bay bridge is a lot more normal. yes there's a backup, but people are moving through and there are no problems. cemetery and dunbarton bridge look good south day commute. is not all that slow. it's 70 11. let's go back to the desk. ok, sam? well firefighters are bracing for high fire danger today we're live from the north bay will tell you where a red flag warning is in effect. first though young children could soon be eligible for a covid booster shot. why there is concern so many people who are eligible for that critical protection won't be getting it.
what's it like having xfinity internet? it's beyond gig-speed fast. so gaming with your niece, has never felt more intense. hey what does this button do? no, don't! we're talking supersonic wi-fi. three times the bandwidth and the power to connect hundreds of devices at once. that's powerful. couldn't said it better myself. you just did. unbeatable internet from xfinity. made to do anything so you can do anything. whoa.
some questions about why the suspect involved was arrested multiple times and not held. yes on h. recall chesa boudin now. 18 c advisory committee is meeting they're expected to recommend covid booster shots for children between the ages of five and 11 , dc recommendation really is the final government hurdle following this week's fda authorization for a fighter booster for those elementary school aged children. those children could receive a third dose as soon as this weekend,
but health experts say there may not be much demand only 30% of children in that 5 to 11 age group have received the initial two fighter doses. since the vaccinations became available last year. stop pushing it on the kids. stop pushing on the parents let everyone make their own decisions, excited for it to some degree because they already had their first shot and second shot. and they felt empowered. many parents of children under the age of five will be a are wondering when their children can get the vaccine. the fda is expected to evaluate study results from pfizer or moderna for that youngest yet age group. next month. down 7 15 is the number of covid cases go up around the bay area. there is concern that the numbers may actually be a lot higher than we think. we talked to u c s f dr dr peter chin hong about how bad he thinks that undercount could be some people estimated that we're dealing probably with at least 50% of where we actually are. which seems very scary. um
so that's kind of why we can't just look at the absolute number. but look at the trends and again that things that don't change because we count them very diligently. are the hospitalizations and the deaths. part of the reason for that trend is that at home test mean not all positive cases are being reported to county health department's doctor peter jin, hong says even though hospitalizations are up as well , the people he's seeing in the hospital are not as sick as the people were getting a year ago and that fewer people are ending up in intensive care. nationally the u. s is averaging more than 100,000 new covid cases every day, which is the highest it's been since february, santa clara county health officer dr sara cody says she wants everyone to once again wear masks indoors. the variant that's circulating right now spreads extremely easily extremely easily, and
that's our challenge. so even though we're highly vaccinated and highly boosted it's still caring spread. dr cody says she doesn't think this latest spike in cases will cause increased restrictions and says the county and the country have made great strides with vaccines and covid treatments. now the head of the centers for disease control is asking state and local officials around the country to consider bringing mask mandates back for indoor locations. as after the seven day hospital admission rate jumped 19% in just the past week. death rates remain low. health officials say they're concerned that many americans no longer considered covid a major threat and have accepted the risk of infection as almost inevitable. doctors say infection and death rates still could quickly take a turn for the worst. 7 17, the man charged with a deadly shooting out of southern california church mail documents to a chinese language newspaper before the attack.
officials say that david chow said seven volumes entitled diary of an independent, destroying angel to the world journal office in los angeles. the newspaper says it didn't get the papers until monday, the day after the shooting. the child's roommates as child recently told him he felt the government of taiwan was corrupt child is charged with one count of murder, five counts of attempted murder. he's expected to enter a plea to those charges when he goes back to court next month. 18 year old man accused of killing 10 people at a buffalo new york supermarket is set to be in court today. peyton generals, court appointed attorneys already entered in that guilty plea on his behalf. we're now learning gender on posted an online invitation to a small group of followers to read his detailed plan about half an hour before the attacks started. some accepted the invitation to read the plan. it's not yet clear how many actually read his post or watched his livestream of the shooting. the governor of new york is asking the state
attorney general to see if the social media platforms he used could face civil or criminal liability. social media platforms have to take responsibility. they must be more vigilant in monitoring the content, and they must be held accountable for favoring engagement over public safety. the governor also signed an executive order tightening. new york's red flag law general was held two days for a mental evaluation last june after he reportedly told a teacher he wanted to carry out a murder suicide. but his name was never entered on a list that could have prevented him from buying a gun. this was the scene in oakland. people who say they're committed to standing in solidarity with the victims of recent mass shootings and with their families. this vigil was outside of oakland city hall. it included music prayer and the sense of community for the hundreds of people who gathered there time now is 7 19 anytime
castaneda shows as a traffic live picture that looks like a still picture. its problems at the richmond bridge. yes, and you know, kevin has turned the camera around gaza and day we rarely do this, but he turned it around. this is getting onto the richmond bridge. look at that. and the crash is just beyond our camera view. but this happened at 703 here we are about 15 minutes in a little more than 15 minutes end and the traffic is just a big mess getting out to marine county so i was just just earlier. i was saying, yeah. you know, most of the time i'm saying, yeah, things are as usual, but today things are not as usual on the richmond bridge. you might be looking for alternatives. maybe highway 37 could be it it well, let's just check that for you. i'll do what i would do. i would see. okay, well, 37. well you know, you could do that. or you could wait or you could reschedule that meeting. but one thing's for sure it is not going to take you the normal amount of time to
ride across that richmond bridge. i think it's going to take a lot longer. this is a look at the bay bridge that looks pretty typical with no major problems once you get on the span. at 7 20 talking about today's weather is roberta sally , you were just alluding to all the problems on the sommerfeld richmond bridge. also the bay bridge. well, how about this? it's our lives, whether camera looking at the golden gate bridge. where it is just a stunning view. this morning. we have mostly sunny skies with a few high thin clouds. temperature wise, it is 55 degrees in san francisco, but nearly 60 across the bay in oakland. it is still warm in brentwood, and i do mean warm. it's 75 degrees after tapping off in the mid nineties. yesterday 59 degrees now in santa rosa, when out of the north and half moon bay 16 guts at 23 onshore breeze at sfo at 24, but the winter come inland and i'm noting these winds for you right now, because this is going to change in a hurry this afternoon. northwest winds 10 to
20 some gusts up to 45 mph, especially the higher elevations . in fact, take a look at mount diablo air temperature. 63 humidity is still high at 41. but the winds out of the northwest at 32 mph. the winds will be increasing today and as they do so we do have a red flag warning that will be hoisted at 11 o'clock this morning for solano county, the delta the khorkina straight as well now. meanwhile the east and north bay areas we do have a wind advisory in effect 11 o'clock tonight, including the santa clara county foothills. now, if you're noticing a few heightening clouds right now it's all associated with a very dry cold front that's breezing through the area as it does show that exits to the east and sags to the south is butting up against our huge ridge of high pressure that's causing the pressure gradient difference. therefore we have the windy conditions 16 pacifica today and again dry cold front, so the temperatures come down but still awfully warm. you know when we forecast
89 degrees and fairfield, somebody's backyard will top off at 90 degrees like travis or mountain house. 82 degrees red with city tri valley, livermore . we're talking about pleasant in and dublin all mid eighties. we have that full forecasts, including the weekend because dave and gaseous never too early to start thinking about the weekend, right? that's coming up next time. you're right. all right. thank you, rosemary berta. time is 7 23 wolf, former president george w. bush back in the news, he made a significant misstep during his speech. tell you what he said about ukraine and it is now gone. viral president biden is about to meet with the leaders of sweden and finland. details on the meeting and the impact it could have a nato after
wel, and new this morning. president biden is right now meeting at the white house with the leaders of sweden and finland. the president greeted and welcomed the president of finland and the swedish prime minister is a arrived this morning. the white house says they're going to talk about the plans by finland and sweden to join nato as well as security for europe and support for ukraine. both finland and sweden officially submitted applications to join nato, saying the russian invasion of ukraine convinced them to no longer stay neutral. the u. s embassy has resumed operations in the ukrainian capital city of kiev. about a dozen embassy
employees attended a reopening ceremony, which included the raising of the american flag, according to the state department, diplomats are returning on a permanent basis. they were relocated to the western city of lviv shortly before russia launched its invasion. fighting continues in the east, but officials have decided the capital is secure enough for a full time return. the russian military says more than 1700. ukrainian fighters have been taken from the steel plant in mariupol, where they had been holed up for months. they were taken on busses to territory controlled by russia. the red cross says it has registered hundreds of them as prisoners of war. russia says 80 of the soldiers were injured and are receiving medical attention. the decision of one man. to launch a wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of iraq. ukrain, former president george w. bush who made that verbal mistake during a speech yesterday at his
presidential center in dallas now, critics have said for years that george w. bush was unjustified for directing the u. s invasion of iraq back in 2003. former president joked off and laughed off the flub and referred to his age. 7 28 another sign that covid seems to be in the back of people's minds. the new numbers that show people are less concerned about the spread of covid. but first they red flag warning in effect for parts of the north bay. today we'll tell you where fire partners will be watching and focusing on the warmer weather is back in the
news. this morning's onto good morning to you. and we thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark gasia mikaelian it's thursday, may 19th the weather outside is comfortable right now, however. there is an increased fire. danger breeziness easiness. it's so dry out there. roberta gonzalez here to sort of parse it all out. so it's the perfect combination again today where we have the increasing winds and we have the lower humidity during the afternoon hours. thus we do have the potential for high fire danger. good morning, everyone right now. it's very mild out the door in our inland areas right there at the golden gate bridge. we do have clear skies with a few high thin clouds. bottom line. this is what you need to know today. what we do have the sunny skies and we do enjoy it. the winds will increase out of the northwest of 20 guests of 45 mph. meanwhile a wind advisory goes in effect tonight for inland areas, primarily is pay north bay and then the senate clara county foothills and then tomorrow it's
sunny and breezy to downright windy with elevated fire risk right now fifties along the peninsula to 76 degrees that's in brentwood, and it's currently 68 in concord. otherwise 50 sixties north bay, 60 san jose going up to 85 degrees, so these temperatures are much cooler than yesterday but still approaching 90 degrees away from the bay. we'll talk more about that heightened fire risk that's coming up and just the next report, but right now, sal, how busy is it? well that richmond bridge roberta is less than optimal and amber little underplaying it just a tad may take a look at this. you can see it for yourself the crash by the way, it's hard to see where it is on this bridge, but it's about maybe a quarter mile in. it's right about there on the bridge. so if you are driving to the richmond bridge, you are going to see huge backup. as you know, one lane least is taken away and we've seen traffic just
kind of crawling along if you think about an alternate route you might think about how we 37 that is also very slow and also 80 is slow driving down to the bay bridge. how we four is slow, by the way, not related, but i just wanted to show you since we're in that neck of the woods, and here is the bay bridge that is backed up for about a traditional 15 minute delay. 7 34. let's get back to the headlines. thank you. well the national weather service issued a red flag warning. it takes effect later this morning in solano county. the really hot, windy conditions of raising the risk of wildfires over the next few days. ktvu sema. gosh you're in fairfield. now, with more on what it's like right now and what to expect later. good morning, emma. good morning, dave. it's actually really nice . right now. it's just a little breezy and people have been wanting to come out and do exercise. but they're they're learning from this sign right here that certain places are closed in favor field due to the high wildfire risk the red flag warning, which goes into effect
at 11 has prompted the city of fairfield too close where we are, which is rockville hills regional park. as well as to other open space properties in the area for the next few days. it's disappointing and surprising for people who have come by expecting some exercise. we were coming ready to go on a hike. they came all the way from paulo alto drove out here early so we could get our hiking to get a ride in today before going to work. i usually try to do like a 30 45 minutes, right? i didn't know would be closed them. the national weather service expects to lift the red flag warning by friday night at eight o'clock winds could gust up to 45 mph in this area and with temperatures getting into the nineties later today, these are the conditions that have fire officials mobilizing with additional staffing and equipment at the ready. the strongest winds in the bay area are forecast to be in the napa county hills. and the valleys of
eastern contra costa county in the east way, hills. fire officials advised that if you're planning to do any yard work to create defensible space, do it no later than 10 a.m. there are alerts posted to the fairfield city website. if you look up which parts are wanting to go to, it can tell you which ones are closed. there are three locations that are closed until saturday, right here at rockville hills regional park, as well as spyglass. open space and rolling hills open space all close till saturday due to the red flag warning reporting live in fairfield demagogues ktvu fox two news. emma thank you. gas prices climbed again overnight after hitting a new national high of $4 a gallon, according to triple a the new national average price per gallon this morning, $4.58 jpmorgan predicts the nationwide average will top $6 a gallon by the end of summer. course california gas prices were already there and passed. it were 606 on average in the statement, of course, way over six. you see that? you know all the time. time now, 7 36.
the bay area's tech companies have been forced to cut jobs, but analysts are confident the big names they will come back strong. now this sweden, netflix announced major layoffs and facebook, robin hood and carbonneau recently laid off employees there. other companies are putting a freeze on new hirings. i think this is the normal kind of cycling that businesses go through and since we've come off of such a great bull market in such great success in tech, there are a lot of people who have never experienced that. now uber, twitter and amazon are among the latest tech companies to slow down their hiring plans, while wayfair and facebook's parent company, meta here, freezing hiring entirely time is 7 37 at the federal prison in dublin. two dozen managers accused of misconduct or being reassigned to other prisons around the country leader with the union that represents correctional
officers at the dublin prison, told ktvu. the managers were notified this week. some are being sent to new jobs as far away as texas or florida. the federal prison in dublin has had national attention after five correctional officers, including the warden, were charged with having sex with inmates. alright we're going to take a break right now run right back to south castaneda. you've been busy with some major traffic problems around the bay area south. there's a there we go right to the richmond bridge here. i want to put that up because i just saw it. more emergency vehicles going to the bridge. you can see even another emergency vehicle here, right there trying to get to the bridge. so i guess the injuries were even more serious than we thought and the emergency vehicle is stuck in the traffic to so this this bridge is just a mess. honestly when ever there is something that goes on,
there's no shoulder. and everything is just kind of in, you know, kind of narrowing down to a very wide, very narrow one lane on the bridge, and that's obviously inadequate. so i want to show you something else here. look at the map, so it's backed up on 5 80. almost i mean, if we if this keeps going, it might be backed up all the way onto 80, and that's going to be a huge backup. now some people might think about saying well, okay. i'll get on 37. that's a little slow. you know, i might do that . i might actually do that if i was in position to choose between the two other than that, either put it off or be resign yourself to the fact that it might double your commute time this morning. let's talk about some other things. highway four is slow. 6 80 slow concord, walnut creek, and the bay bridge looks about typical as you drive. at the bay bridge approach. at 7 39. let's go to roberta. now who is going to tell us about today's weather? today's weather. what we have a really a mixed bag because it is
very mild in most areas as you head on out the door this morning, but we will be noting increasing winds, and when that happens, we will have a red flag warning go into effect for some of our inland locations as well as the window bisoli later tonight. good morning, everyone live weather camera looking out towards the golden gate bridge. a little bit of c. hayes but lots of sunshine temperature wise from 54 half moon bay to 68 degrees in concord. but check out brentwood 76 all the way back into discovery bay where i heard from a couple of friends. they're out on the golf course and discovery bay just saying, hey, it's almost 80 degrees out here. at 7 40 in the morning 60 degrees in san jose. now the difference between yesterday and right now at this hour is about five degrees and half moon bay. it's five degrees warmer there. meanwhile 11 degrees warmer in santa rosa 12 and conquered and anapa in seven degrees more on the mild side in san jose. the winds are westerly right now.
sfo notice the northerly wind in half moon bay with gusts up to 22 mph, and this is going to be more typical of what our weather pattern is going to be like it's going to be reflected, like later on this afternoon. those northerly winds 10 to 20 mph, with guests up to 45 mph and rotating around to the northwest as well. so while it's calm right now away from the bay, that will not be the case later on this afternoon, it's going to be one of those days in which if you have one of those umbrellas in your backyard, you're gonna want to bring it down because the winds will be on the increase. so therefore the red flag morning goats and affected 11 o'clock this morning for solano county. the delta and the cockiness straight. meanwhile a wind advisory tonight late night east bay in north bay and also the foothills of the santa clara county. let's go ahead and play along at home. here is your wind forecast as of this morning 11 mile per hour winds in san francisco, 13 to 18 and throughout the tri valley by
eight o'clock nine o'clock this morning and then up into the lunch hour 16 around the bay in oakland with a bit of a chop on the water at the estuary. but look at tonight that wind does pick up to 32 mph in clear lake and these aren't even oh, strong gusts at that time because they're going to get stronger up to 45 mph at times, especially in our higher elevations. and when that wind does increase the relative unity decreases, and that's when we had that strong potential of fire. danger that does exist tonight. in or inland areas all the way through friday at eight p.m. but just because that wind advisor goes in effect tonight doesn't mean it's going to be a breezy day doesn't mean we don't have that elevated risk of fire danger as well. why the wind? we had the high pressure here, where the area of low pressure that traverse is to the east as it does so. it causes that pressure gradient between those two elements and that is what causes the wind. today with that dry cold from passing
through the area to the north of us. our temperatures are going to come down from 96 santa rosa to 85 degrees down from 90 60 79 degrees in san rafael, eighties from morgan hill through gilroy , nearly 90 and throughout the tri valley and antioch's. here's your extended forecast. a gusty winds remain with us all the way through friday. have yourself a wonderful day. garcia dave, roberta. thank you. california's attorney general wants to include more people in the public service loan forgiveness program. why he says it's necessary. let's check in with andre senior now as he was coming up in the eight o'clock our mornings onto good morning, andre. morning, dave. good morning got the three masked singer finalists work unmasked last night. and the winner was named. we'll tell you all about last night season finale, and we're speaking with one of those fun lists, and when you join us on the nine, oakland is the first city in the state to declare itself a century city for women seeking abortions. we're talking live with counsel women and oakland mural candidate centaur who introduced the plan as an emergency
for state controller, only yiu will save taxpayers money. wait, who, me? me? no, not you. yvonne yiu. yvonne yiu. not me. good choice. for 25 years, yiu worked as an executive at top financial firms. managed hundreds of audits. as mayor, she saved taxpayers over $55 million. finding waste. saving money. because... yiu is for you. yiu is for you. exactly. yvonne yiu. democrat for controller.
yeah, let us see what today brings by welcoming pam cook back in the studio for dollars and cents, which i had some great news. i wish you did, too. yeah definitely been. a rough week continues this morning the s and p 500. now very close to a bear market. that's when the index drops 20% from the most recent high yes and p 500 just dropped below 3900. it's down almost 1000 points for the year. now the chip stocks, the software companies suffered some of the biggest losses when the opening bell rang this morning, a lot of that because of the ongoing supply chain issues and covid lockdowns continuing in china as we take a live look at the numbers, the dow jones maintaining just about that level 350 points more than 1% on the downside, the s and p 500 now 38 94. down three quarters of a percent in the nasdaq slipping just a little bit 11,400 for the nasdaq. a new report finds the number of people taking flights is back up
to pre pandemic levels, according to the mastercard economics institute. as we take you live out to sfo this morning flight bookings for vacations now, 25% higher than where they were before the pandemic. most of those flights were short and medium distances, but business flights are also bouncing back. well here's an example of how quickly someone can make and lose money in cryptocurrency finances, the world's largest crypto exchange and its founder named c, d. c z. became a multibillionaire in the crypto world. but this week he jokingly tweeted that his he is poor again. after the crypto token, luna cratered. his luna holdings went from $1.6 billion to $2200 , but don't worry about him. his net worth is still about $15 billion. there is a new report that china is in discussions with russia to buy additional stockpiles of crude oil, according to bloomberg. it is a sign that the chinese government
is strengthening its energy ties with russia, as europe is looking to ban imports of russian oil in response to the war in ukraine. china is the world's biggest importer of crude oil, and ford is recalling 350,000 suvs over concerns that some of their engines could catch fire. ford says the recall effects 2021 expeditions and 2021 lincoln navigators. telling owners to take their vehicles to a dealership for repairs. the recall also suggests parking those suvs outdoors because the engines could start a fire for it is also recalling more than 2 300,053, 54, 50 and 5 50 trucks because their air bags may not inflate and we have more information on those recalls. on our website ktvu dot com. i'm pam cook. that's a look at your dollars and cents. thank you time. 7 49, california attorney general rob bonta wants the u. s education education department to include more people in its public service loan forgiveness program. the education
department has made progress towards eliminating barriers some students are facing and getting forgiveness for their loans, but rob bonta says more should be done and he released a statement saying, quote our public servants work day in and day out on behalf of the people of california as students, they took out federal student loans. to become our nurses, teachers, first responders and more, and then they were denied the debt relief. they're entitled to. well senator mitt romney and for other republicans in washington introduced legislation that would stop the white house from forgiving student loans that that proposal would stop the education, justice or treasury department from canceling any federal student loan debt. amazing that move would be unfair to millions of americans who have worked to pay off their debt as well as millions of others who decided not to take on that kind of student debt. the senators also say it could
add more than $1.7 trillion to the national debt. a group of homeowners in southern california is suing southern california edison, blaming the company's equipment for sparking the coastal fire. the lawsuit says the utility did not maintain its equipment or trim back vegetation. so cal edison says there was electrical circuit activity. at the same time, the fire started the exact cause of the fire is being investigated. the 200 acre coastal fire last week destroyed 20 homes and damaged 11. others area gets the warmer weather now the price of electricity it's going up for many of us. the u. s energy information administration says the average household will pay 4% more for electricity this summer. the higher price being driven by supply and demand, especially for natural gas, which provides 38% of our power needs here in the bay area. pg and the rates went up 18% this year. this summer, it goes up another 3%
and pg and e also once more rate hikes next year. with some u. s. senators want to increase water supply and they also want to modernize water infrastructure throughout the west california senator dianne feinstein, as well as two senators from arizona introduced the stream act it would authorize more than a billion dollars were improving the water storage recycling and desalination process. if it's approved, the bill sets aside millions of dollars were improved drinking water and a low interest loan program for water supply project 7 52. it seems like all hopes of any more rain or completely dashed and sal castaneda. we have to mention the weather because it can be a factor, especially when it's super greasy. as we're driving around town this morning. well right now. you go . first sale? that's okay. or would you like me to you can go first. i'll take it away here and then we'll get back to sal because he's been following some
terrible conditions this morning on the sommerfeld, richmond bridge and disk that backup at the bay bridge as well. but right now, let's get to the golden gate bridge where we do have some clear skies. few high thin clouds out there. temperature wise, a wide range from 54 half moon bay. to a bomb a 77 degrees and red brentwood as well as discovery bay. it is now 60 degrees in san jose. temperature wise. we are also in the fifties and sixties across the north bay. take a look at the winds and some of our higher elevations. now 14 months per hour in the north bay 27 at mount diablo in 22 in the santa cruz mountains, but these winds are on the increase. in fact, this afternoon, we are banking on northerly winds. 10 to 20 some guts up to 45 mph. this will prompt a wind advisory for east and north bay areas in our santa clara county foothills tonight, but meanwhile, at 11 o'clock this morning, we will see a red flag warning go into effect for the delta, solano county. also the car keenest
straight with some of those wind gets up to 45 in 50, especially in the higher elevation. meanwhile, today your neighborhood forecast with the mostly sunny skies, albeit breezy to windy. 16 pacifica to nearly 90 and fairfield. we have the full forecast, featuring even the weekend outlook and day that's still minutes away. all right. thank you. rosemary berta . i keep saying rosemary. still ahead, a teenager died at a beach in new jersey while he was digging a hole in the sand will tell you how his life is being remembered
thea teenager tragically died on the beach while digging a hole in the sand and becoming trapped when the sand collapsed across, made out of shells marxist spot where he died at tom's river ocean beach. the teenager and his sister were digging a hole in the beach when the walls of sand collapsed around them and trapped them inside. rescue teams were able to pull his sister out of the sand, but 18 year old levi came early died in that collapse. it is 7 57 uc davis medical center as part of a program that hopes to encourage children to someday become doctors and scientists. nine high school student from sacramento took a field trip to the hospital. interacting with surgeons and other health care
professionals. organizers of the program say it's key to get students out of the classroom and into a professional hands on environment. hearing their experiences makes it hopeful for me that i could do it one day and i could like if i just believe in myself. i could just be what i wanted to be in the stem field often times when you go to a medical environment or seek medical help. you don't see someone that looks like you and already you're kind of on guard curious, and so i think getting our students exposed to what medical fields as far as e n. t. surgical all that looks like helps to bring more familiar faces to the field. and another key part of this program, reaching out the students of color are inspiring them to seek higher education and careers in medicine and other sciences. well, everybody has a favorite meal or dessert. well now researchers in the uk they want to know if they can help robots learn about taste so people can eventually get exactly what they want. developers from the
university of cambridge created a robot learning about the taste of salt robot uses a probe to sense saltiness. scientists put different amounts of salt in the food there. then they let the robot taste each area and raided. we. enjoy eating. we enjoy tasting, but we really don't know how we actually test and how we can understand it from scientific viewpoint and what we really want to understand its use of engineering methods to understand. how our taste mechanism tasting mechanism works. and once they know how the robot understands and processes that taste of salt. they can see if that translates it, how we taste salt, researchers say. if that works, they can expand it to other flavors, which would help them develop semi or fully automated machines for preparing food. other shooting investigation on east bay freeway what investigators say after several
people were found shot on a freeway off ramp in oakland. plus they can't absorb the these other formulas and they end up getting dehydrated and falling behind. the baby formula shortages affecting families in the bay area and beyond the action from lawmakers to try and get formula back on store shelves. plus this the warriors , starting off the western conference finals on the right track for highlighting that big game one win coming up. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on to welcome to the clock our mornings onto i'm andre senior. good morning. i'm gasia mikaelian it's thursday. may 19th there's sunshine outside, along with increased fire danger will bring in roberta gonzalez to talk about today's weather. you just nailed it. hey can you do me one favor? turnaround spin around. are there any high? think clouds out there anymore. not really moved out. we have a weak, dry cold front that just passed through the bay area, leaving us with a few high thin clouds. as for this morning's sunrise now it
has weakened its dissipated and just revealing full on sunshine . but with the passage of that front, we will enjoy some cooler temperatures. but not right now . no no, we're still at 77 degrees and brit would after topping off in the mid nineties yesterday. it is 71 degrees in santa rosa after a high of 96 on wednesday, it is 57 cool degrees and palo alto. otherwise the winds will be increasing today out of the north 10 to 20 gusts of 45 mph. we have a red flag warning that goes into effect at 11 o'clock this morning for solano county, the delta and the khorkina straight then, in addition, a wind advisory tonight for our east and north bay's inland areas and also the foothills of the santa clara county area encompassing mount hambleton as well. now today's neighborhood forecast 60 degrees with the sunshine but brisk winds in pacifica. 76 degrees in oakland, 85 in santa rosa. that is a drop from those mid nineties experience yesterday
and just shy of 90 degrees and east bay areas mid eighties and morgan hill in and gilroy, your full forecast is still just minutes away, but right now how're you doing? sal? what's up? we do have that crash on the richmond braids. it's causing a major reason why effect on people trying to get across the bay. this crash is still there, and the traffic is at a standstill. getting across the bridge. now one of the things i want to mention is that that you can use highway 37. that's ok. but 80 is having an effect. 5 80 is essentially backed up. all the way to 80. some of the other commututes are okay. we'll touch on this and a couple of other commutes. when we come back, it's 802. let's get back to the headlines. thank you, sal. we're waiting to hear for any new belt. new developments. new developments rather as a chp in oakland police work together on another oakland shooting that injured at least two people last night. ktb is american town is live in oakland and says this one happened not far from mills college, either on or near the freeway, amanda yes, that's
right. well, officers responded to the crash just before 8 30 last night and that was on the seminary on ramp along 5 80 going eastbound now when they arrived, they said that that car was found overturned and the people inside of it had gunshot wounds. there are unconfirmed reports that there were four people in the car. and two of them were shot. first responders were seen making their way down the embankment to get to those victims and carried them up on stretchers. they were then taken to the hospital in an ambulance right now, we don't know what led to the shooting, and the chp is still trying to determine where this all started. freeway shootings in the east bay have become all too common with several high profile senseless killings over the last few months, including two year old jasper woo and cal basketball hall of famer jean ransom. last year, there were 144 freeway shootings in the bay area with arrests in only 11% of them.
just last week, governor gavin newsom announced a pilot program that would install 200 cameras at 50 locations on california freeways, including in alameda and contra costa counties, where we saw nearly 70% of the freeway shootings happened last year. we hope that this prevents crime from ever occurring, but if it does occur , we'll have an investigative tool to come. help us be successful. stop the shooting on the freeway, but cameras everywhere. put cameras everywhere. babies are getting shot. grandmothers are getting shot. women are getting shot. i mean, it's cowardly stuff. the cameras are slated to be placed on interstates 80 and 5 80 highways 24 4, along with other locations. oakland mayor libby schaaf has been pleading for help to catch freeway shooters. and asked the governor for these cameras back in december. now we don't know exactly where those cameras will be installed, or
also not sure yet when those cameras will be put on the freeways now, in terms of that shooting last night, i've reached out to chp to try to get an update on the condition of those victims and maybe where the shooting started, but we have not heard back yet. when we do, i'll make sure to update you live in oakland demand. quintana ktvu, fox two news, amanda. thank you happening to the east pal well toe city council is holding a special meeting on a deadly shooting on tuesday in a park that forced children to run for cover. the man who was killed has been identified as the cousin of las vegas raiders wide receiver devontae adams. ralph fields died in the shooting at jack farrell park. it happened as children were playing. many ran for cover when the shooting started. this was not a random attack of any kind. this incident involved two pairs of people shooting at each other. according to shot spotter recordings. there were three volleys of gunfire totaling 33 shots fired between them. three other people were hurt in the
shooting. police didn't say a field had any involvement in the shooting. so far. they have not made any arrests. they are asking anyone with information to come forward. lawmakers in washington passed two bills to deal with the baby formula shortage. one of the bills would give emergency authority to the week federal nutrition program to ease some not safety regulations. the other bill. the house bill would give $28 million to the fda to add more inspectors. president biden also invoked the defense production act to boost formula production. i have directed my team to do everything possible to ensure there's enough safe baby formula . and that is quickly reaching families that need it. the most. this is one of my top priorities. the president also authorized flights. we import formula from overseas that makes us health and safety standards. the better business bureau is warning parents were searching for baby formula to be on the lookout for online scams. the better. business bureau says parents could get targeted on social media with fraudulent ads, post or even private messages from people trying to
sell formula. the bureau says you can go to the bbb website check accreditation status of a company that is unfamiliar to you. they also say, use a credit card with fraud protection if you have to buy formula from an unknown source alright. tomorrow night. the warriors go for two games to zero lead in their playoff series against the dallas mavericks. the warriors opened the nba western conference finals with 25.1 12 87. dubs are known for their shooting. but it was their defense that bottled up the mavericks, who missed 37 3 point shots, the second most ever in an nba playoff game. the warriors were able to rest their starters, including steph curry. he sat for the entire fourth quarter. so when you get to this stage, you do have to elevate your execution if you want to win because the competition gets better than dallas is tough, so we, we did a good job with one game. we've got to keep doing it over and over and over again. everything right now is very
detailed. ah! everything matters. um and. i'm doing everything i can to help win. game two of the series against the mavericks tomorrow at six pm at chase center, games three and four games three and forward they will be in dallas center last night. we're thrilled the warriors delivered a win for dub nation ktvu. jana katsuyama takes us there. yeah fireworks and fired up. warriors fans packed chase center wednesday night, every seat sold out for game one against the dallas mavericks. celebrity chef guy fieri and his son, the bell fans from across the bay area, excited to see the team back on a post season winning streak. this is from the we believe year, so i got the warriors patch on here from the we believe years to strength in numbers, the slogans of warriors winning seasons are woven into the fabric of dub nation. and
fans favorite shirts. this year's theme. gold blooded shirts were placed on every single seat before the game fans came in. they got dressed up in the gold today is extra exciting because we got the gold shirts, so you know that's classic dubs playoffs, so it's amazing to see honestly, wrestler designed the gold blooded shirts a decade ago. now picked up by the warriors. big thrill for the company adapt clothing that he founded out of his apartment at uc davis. this is kind of like a reference to like the whole warriors chance. of course, there were mavericks fans mixed in showing their pride defense, man. oh, man, and with covid-19 cases on the rise, many fans came masked up and i just want to be safe. just in case i feel more comfortable because you know things are starting to take a little bit coming in like the ocean waves, tsunamis about to hear fast like a nascar to warriors, man. we've been to win
it all. and after that warriors win, fans poured out on to thrive city plaza for a dance party tune staying alive, something they hope they can do. through the entire western conference final reporting from san francisco. jana katsuyama ktvu, fox two news. it is now 8 10, someone who probably stayed up and watched the game late in his how you feeling this morning, sal. well i am feeling okay. but i might take a nap later there, andre to answer your question. honestly and gosha, i do have to get right to the richmond bridge, though, because we've had some better news in the last few minutes where it looks like they've opened up some of the lanes you can see on the left. that the traffic is moving better. in fact, it may have completely cleared the bridge. it took them about an hour to do so. and an hour on this bridge is an eternity for people who are trying to get across to san rafael. so the 5 80 freeway is backed up almost all the way to 80 some people coming down, not realizing what's going on. and they're crowding 80 this morning
. 37 is taking a beating. so if you're heading over to marine, please give yourself extra time . we could also talk about some of the other commutes. highway four had 6 80, also at the bay bridge. we do have some slow traffic there. as you drive through to 80 in the south bay. we have some slowing here. but it's not all that unusual as you get into the west valley. 8 11, let's go back to the headlines. firefighters are bracing for high fire danger today in the bay area, where live in the north bay where a red flag warning is in effect, but first young children could soon be eligible for covid-19 booster shot. while there is concern, though, so many children who are eligible for that critical protection will not be getting protection will not be getting it. i joined the district attorney's office to pursue justice for everyone. but like so many of my colleagues, i resigned in protest because chesa boudin interfered in every single case
another crazy day? of course—you're w a cio in 2022. but you're ready. because you've got the next generation in global secure networking from comcast business, with fully integrated security solutions all in one place. so you're covered. on-premise and in the cloud. you can run things the way you want—your team, ours or a mix of both. with the nation's largest ip network. from the most innovative company. bring on today with unbeatable business solutions from comcast business. powering possibilities™. out-of-state corporations wrote an online sports betting plan they call "solutions for the homeless". really? the corporations take 90 percent of the profits. and using loopholes they wrote, they'd take even more. the corporations' own promotional costs, like free bets, taken from the homeless funds. and they'd get a refund on their $100 million license fee, taken from homeless funds, too. these guys didn't write a plan for the homeless.
they wrote it for themselves. heye meeting and is expected to recommend covid booster shots for children between the ages of five and 11. cdc recommendation is the final government hurdle following this week's fda authorization for a fighter booster for elementary school aged children. those children could receive a third dose of the vaccine as soon as this weekend, however, health experts say there may not be much demand only 30% of children ages, 5 to 11 have received the initial two fighter doses since the vaccination became available to
them last year. stop pushing it on the kids. stop pushing on the parents let everyone make their own decisions, excited for it to some degree because they already had their first shot and second shot and they felt empowered. many parents of children under the age of five. want to know when they will be allowed to get the vaccine. the fda is expected to evaluate study results from fighter and or moderna for that youngest yet age group next month. as the number of covid-19 cases increases around the bay area. there is concern that number may actually be much higher than we think. we asked ucsf's doctor peter chin hung just how bad he thinks the undercount could be. some people estimated that we're dealing probably with at least 50% of where we actually are. which seems very scary. um so that's kind of why we can't just look at the absolute number. but look at the trends and again that things that don't change because we count them very diligently. are the hospitalizations and the deaths. part of the reason for
that trend is that at home test me, not all positive cases are being reported to county health departments. but dr peter chen hong tells us even though hospitalizations are up to the people he is seeing in the hospital are not as sick as people we are getting a year ago and that fewer people are actually ending up in the icu. two men charged with a deadly shooting at a southern california church mailed documents to a chinese language newspaper before the attack, officials say david chow sent seven volumes he titled diary of an independence, destroying angel. to the world journal office in los angeles newspaper said it did not receive the papers until monday, the day after the shooting. roommate says the man had recently told him he felt the time when his government was corrupt. i was charged with one count of murder and five counts of attempted murder. he's expected to enter a plea to those charges when he is back in court next month. 18 year old man accused of killing 10 people at a buffalo new york supermarket has been indicted on one count of first degree
murder. authorities are still investigating the possibility of charging peyton genderen with hate crimes and terrorism. we're now learning gender on posted an online invitation to a small group of followers to read a detailed plan about half an hour before the attacks started. some accepted the invitation to read the plan. it's not clear yet how many actually read his post or may have watched the live stream of the shooting. the governor of new york is asking the state attorney general to see if the social media platforms general unused could face civil or criminal liability. the social media platforms have to take responsibility. they must be more vigilant in monitoring the content, and they must be held accountable for favoring engagement over public safety. the governor also signed an executive order tightening new york's red flag law. genderen was held for two days for a mental evaluation last june after he reportedly told the teacher wanted to carry out a murder suicide, but his name was never entered on a list that could have prevented him from buying a gun. so what you're
looking at here is people in oakland who say they are committed to standing in solidarity with the victims of recent mass shootings and their families. yesterday's vigil outside city hall included music , prayer and a sense of community for the hundreds who gathered there yesterday. time now is 8 18. we have to swing back to traffic, and i'm guessing we're focusing on the richmond bridge cell, and we're finally seeing some improvement. this was a major incident that affected the entire region. let's go to it. now. you can see that there is a big improvement here. declared the lines at about 805. the problem is it was out there for an hour, and that's a long time in the traffic world. i think some people gave up on the commute just because i saw a lot of other people using 37 5 80. and you can see traffic is better. and this morning honestly, we also got we also got lucky with the volume. the volume is about 75% of what i would see on the thursday and that helps a little
bit no problems on the bridge, but there is some slow traffic on highway four and 6 80. so we're getting back to what we i would call the routine commute and that's all we can ask for. at a time like this. you can see that san jose is also getting a little bit slower. 85 is slow and so is 87 trying to get into that sunnyvale. and cupertino area 8 19. let's bring roberta back with today's weather. all those commuters have sunglasses on this morning, right. sal do definitely need those and i just lost mine again. so again again , right either sit on them or you lose them. morning everybody. don't forget your sunglasses heading on out. we have sunny skies from the coast to our inland areas. a little tiny ripple on the estuary waters where we have a small craft advisory in place for later today, there's north and northwest. early's will increase to about 30 knots. outside the gate. we have a gale warning in effect later this afternoon. as the winds do increase, the temperature has gone all the way up to 71, etcetera. rosa warming of very quickly. 72 in concord.
that was the temperature at two o'clock this morning as well. san jose now supporting 63 degrees, the difference between this morning at 8 19 in comparison to 24 hours ago. it is 20 degrees warmer. in novato. 12 in concord and only four in half moon bay. it all depends on the wind. right now. the winds are out of the north and northeast at s f o otherwise northerly winds at 28 brisk and half moon bay. the winds just rotating right now, in mountain view at three now, although these winds are pretty much under 10 mph, they're filled at 10. these winds will be increasing throughout the afternoon today. north and northwest tended 20 stronger gusts up to 45 mph special in our higher elevations where the winds are under 20, for the most part right now, from the north bed of the east bead to the santa cruz mountains, but again as these winds increase we do have a red flag warning that goes into effect for solano county delta and the cockiness
straight. these winds will continue to increase during the afternoon hours. but the red flag warning at 11 a.m. meanwhile, tonight wind advisor goes in effect for east bay and north bay inland areas, including the foothills at the santa clara county, and that does also encompass mountain hambleton. so this morning sun up was at 5 55. we had some high thin clouds breezed through the area. we'll see him again. right there. that's a dry cold front and as it sacks to the south and traverse is to the east, it pulls down some cooler air mass so it won't be as oppressive as it was yesterday. not as hot but nonetheless, temperatures still slightly above average. but why the wind? why would that area of low pressure again traversing to the east and bangs up against the ridge of high pressure, and it causes that pressure gradient and that friction and as those winds increase out of the north? it does also lower the relative humidity. that's we have the potential for high fire danger temperature coming down today in santa rosa to 85 degrees san
francisco still comfortable at 69, we will see the temperature down from concord at that 94 degree reading and san jose will be about five degrees cooler topping off right around 81 degrees. 87 degrees and throughout clayton. and also the morgen territory. high 77 matteo banking up against belmont 86 degrees napa and in sonoma, burnsville hills, berg all in the mid and high eighties. today, in fact, you're outside number will be 89 degrees, but when i put that out there, you know somebody's backyard is going to hit 90 additional cooling takes place tomorrow, but the winds will stay with us decrease in slightly over the weekend. make it a great day. garcia and andre thank you so much. appreciate it. the three messed singer finalists on mass last night in the winter was named and this by the way, is your spoiler alert this morning at 8 40. we're speaking live with one of those finalists. president biden is about to meet with the leaders of sweden and
♪ ooh wee ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ alright ♪ ♪ come on ♪ ♪ come on ♪ ♪ 3... 2... 1... ♪ ♪ you know i'm feeling too good to be cooped up ♪ [ music stops ] ♪ hey ladies, don't we look good? ♪ ♪ we came to have a good time baby ♪ ♪ said i'm feeling too good to be cooped up ♪ ♪ me and all of my girls gonna tear it up ♪ meet brett from apartment 2b. he's not letting an overdraft alert get him stressed. he knows he's covered with zero overdraft fees when he overdraws his account by fifty bucks or less. overdraft assist from chase. make more of what's yours.
[sfx: computer sounds] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ let play unwind your mind. ikea. more white house with the leaders of sweden and finland. the president welcomed and greeted the president of finland and the swedish prime minister. as they arrived. the white house says they talked about the plans by finland and sweden to join nato
as well as security for europe and support for ukraine. today. i am proud to welcome and offer the strong support of the united states. for the applications of two great democracies. and to close, highly capable partners. to join the strongest. most powerful defensive alliance in the history of the world. yesterday both countries submitted applications to join nato, saying the russian invasion of ukraine convinced them to no longer state neutral . the us embassy has resumed operations in the ukrainian capital city of kiev. about a dozen embassy employees attended a reopening ceremony, which included the raising of the american flag, according to the state department diplomats overturning on a permanent basis , they were relocated to the western city of lviv. shortly before russia launched its invasion. fighting continues in the east, but officials have decided that capital is secure enough for a full time return.
another sign of covid seems to be in the back of people's minds. the new numbers that show people are less concerned about the spread of the virus. first though a red flag warning is in effect for parts of the north bay today will tell you where firefighters are watching very carefully as warmer weather returns to much of the bay area.
fire danger today in the bay area, and the national weather service has issued a red flag warning for parts of the bay will bring you a live report on what's being done to prepare. also we're watching stocks here. dow jones is down by one full percentage point, but boy, nothing like what we saw yesterday. have persistently high inflation continues to weigh on the economy following one of the worst days on wall street in years. from ktvu fox two news. this is mornings on to welcome back to mornings on two. i'm gasia mikaelian andre. senior thank you. so much for joining us today is thursday. may 19th it is 8 30. and a lot of your heading out the door so time to check with your forecast with working with roberta gonzalez. roberta tell us what's gonna look like on this thursday. how would you like that commute behind you there that boat on the water. they're selling by right people get envious when i see people on the ferry on their way to work as well. that's a great way to start the day morning. everybody rise and shine and we do say shine. we have boy. look at that. the reflection of the
estuary waters where we do have a small craft advisory in place later today, but inland look at those numbers approaching 80 decrease and brentwood ended discovery bay. it's in the low seventies inhales burger neville and also in santa rosa. 57 degrees apiece. pillow alto, fremont, also through union city and in san francisco, as the winds increased. today we will have a red flag warning in effect at 11 a.m. for solano county. the delta and the car keenest straight, also for our east and north bay's, we will have a window visor tonight as well as the santa clara county. and this doesn't compass, the foothill area that does home the mount hambleton observatory. now today's numbers will bank from 16, pacifica, 2 89 degrees and fairfield's approaching 90 towards the delta will talk more about these temperatures coming up, but right now, let's send it on over to sell their improving its improving. yes finally, we did get the lanes. we've gotten
word that the lanes are open. on the richmond bridge and people cleared out. i think a lot of people also had given up on this bridge and they had taken other routes because they heard about it and they didn't want to come now. the traffic is still backed up before this time. i don't want you to get the wrong idea. getting better at the top plaza. it's going to take a while for it to filter out. behind it. if you're driving on 5 80 let's say from the central and getting up to that point. you can see it on the road sensors. yes, getting better at the toll plaza. it's going to take a while to clear out will follow that and have another update coming up soon. but now at 8 32, let's get right back to the headlines. thank you. the national weather service issued a red flag warning that takes effect later this morning in solano county. hot windy conditions are raising the risk of wildfire over the next couple of days. ktvu magus live in fairfield. i know earlier, there wasn't much wind looks like it may have picked up a little. yeah that's right. the breezes certainly picked up but it's a deceptively beautiful day, so people have been coming to rockville hills regional park
, expecting to go on a nice hike or bike ride, but take a look at the sign behind me. it's closed until saturday, the city of fairfield because of the red flag warning that goes into effect at 11 o'clock has closed three open space spots until saturday. and people have come out this morning, disappointed and surprised by this news. we were coming ready to go on a hike. they came all the way from paulo alto drove out here early so we could get our hiking to get a ride in today before going to work. i usually try to do like a 30 45 minutes, right? i didn't know would be closed them. the national weather service expects to lift the red flag warning by friday night at eight o'clock winds could gust up to 45 mph in this area, and the temperature is getting into the nineties later today, these are the conditions that have fire officials mobilizing with additional staffing and equipment at the ready. the strongest winds in the bay area
are forecast to be in the napa county hills and the valleys of eastern contra costa county in the east bay hills. fire officials advised. if you're planning to do any yard work to create defensible space, do it no later than 10 a.m. the city of fairfield has posted a notice on their city website. so if you look up which parks you want to go to that our city run it will tell you on the website whether they're open and close close. there are three main spots that are closed right here at rockville hills regional park. as well as spy view, open space and rolling hills. open space closed till saturday morning live from fairfield magus. ktvu fox two news. thank you. gas prices climbed again overnight after hitting new national highs of $4 a gallon, according to triple a. the national average this morning is $4.58. jpmorgan predicts the nationwide average will top $6 a gallon by the end of summer. of course, barry gas prices already way past that california gas prices as a whole. alright $6.06 a gallon on
average. for the barriers. tech companies have been forced to cut jobs, but analysts are confident the big names will come back strong. this week, netflix announced major layoffs and facebook, robin hood and car vonna recently laid off employees. other companies are putting a freeze on new hirings, too. i think this is the normal kind of cycling. the businesses go through and since we've come off of such a great bull market in such great success in tech, there are a lot of people who have never experienced that. uber twitter and amazon are among the latest tech companies to slow down hiring plans, while wayfair and facebook's parent company, meta are freezing hiring entirely. e tech stocks have been some of the hardest hit on wall street and a big retailers looking for a buyer upstairs now keeping a good eye on wall street has a lot to say in dollars and cents going on certainly affecting a lot of companies. kohl's ceo says the final bids are expected in the next few weeks as that retailer looks for a buyer comes as the
retailer also the latest to miss analyst estimates for the quarter. calls also cut its profit in sales outlook for the year. this comes behind target and walmart issuing similar reports as that opening bell ring this morning, the s and p 500 moved closer to a bear market. that's when the index drops 20% from the most recent high, the s and p 500 now below 3900 today. down about 1000 points on the year as we take a live look to the new york stock exchange, the s and p 500 sort of flirting with that 3900 level. at this point, the dow jones has come back about 100 points in the last hour still down 200, though, and the tech stocks have really suffered, but the nasdaq is actually turned positive at this hour. reuters reporting that georgia governor brian kemple announced tomorrow that hyundai motor group is investing more than $7 billion in the state, reportedly, hyundai, a south korean company will build a plant to make electric vehicles in southern
georgia. the atlanta journal constitution says the investment would create more than 8500 jobs. the governor's announcement will coincide with a visit by president biden to south korea. well here's an example of just how quickly someone can make or lose money in cryptocurrency by nance is the world's largest crypto exchange. its founder nicknames sees became a multibillionaire in the crypto world. but this week, he jokingly tweeted that he is poor again. after the crypto token, luna cratered his luna holdings went from $1.6 billion to $2200, however, because of his been nance company. his net worth is still $15 billion. there's a new report that china is in discussions with russia to buy additional stockpiles of crude oil, according to bloomberg. it's a sign that the chinese government is strengthening its energy ties with russia. as europe is looking to ban imports of russian oil in response to the war in ukraine. china is the
world's biggest importer of crude oil. pam cook, that's a look at your dollars and cents. thank you, pam. appreciate it. time now for a look at your weather with roberto gonzalez with the look at the heated weather that we've had, or the hot weather we've had over the last couple of days. how bad it approaching 100 yesterday i got in the way c so i can feel it right and also in san rafael, it was downright hot. today cooler but still slightly above average morning, everybody take a look at the beautiful skyline of oakland and above some high thin clouds. very faint there. i'll show you where those clouds derived from. but right now, let's take a look at the temperatures yes. 71 degrees in santa rosa 72 in concord and you know it was 72 degrees at two a.m. this morning as i was driving into work in the concord area 61 in san francisco san carlos in the sixties, same incentives day and if you want to compare it with 8 38 in the morning yesterday it is actually
16 degrees warmer at this hour and throughout gardenville and hills, berg as well as qatari. four degrees warmer in hayward around the bay, and it looks like 11 degrees warmer in throughout the tri valley. the winds it all comes down to the winds currently the rotating out of the north and northeast at sfo at 15 half moon bay. there it is. did you see that shift out of the north 31 mph guests, lighter winds to the south. and the reason why i'm talking about the winters because they are going to be increasing. during the afternoon hours, especially in the higher terrain. right now , the winds are under 20 in the north bay and also at mount diablo in the east bay and in the santa cruz mountains, 90 mile per hour winds and ben lomond, but these winds will gust up to 45 mph, and that's why wind advisory goes in effect by late tonight and inland areas . east bay, north bay, also santa clara valley. and throughout the foothills and during the day today, it's going to be downright bruise. if you have an umbrella in your backyard, you might want to bring that down. you gonna have
to pick it up later on this afternoon, so we're talking about that faint high thing. cloudiness watch this right here . it's a dry cold virgin. you'll see the clouds. did you sit there? quickly falling apart at the seams, but those clouds invaded the north bay and then moved into the central bay and again falling apart, leaving us with mostly sunny skies today, but the winds because of this area, blood pressure to the north of us watch as a traverse is to the east bangs up against a ridge of high pressure. the end result, the increasing winds also the sunshine but will pinpoint your local neighborhood forecast temperatures and that's still coming up in a matter of minutes, so hang on. roberta thank you coming up, president biden invoked the defense protection act to spur production and bring baby formula in from overseas as the nationwide shortage continues. next on the 90 effective action is expected to have and the problems that still remain masked singer fans. this is your spoiler alert, because right after the break, we're speaking
fanduel and draftkings, two out of state corporations making big promises to californians. what's the real math behind their ballot measure for online sports betting? 90% of profits go to the out of state corporations permanently. only eight and a half cents is left for the homeless. and in virginia, arizona, and other states, fanduel and draftkings use loopholes to pay far less than was promised. sound familiar? it should. it's another bad scheme for california.
spow we're about to tell you who the finalists were. and who took the golden mass trophy. i need to keep this lost with. that was firefly, who turned out to be teyana taylor, the runner up was ringmaster, and under that mask was haley or excuse me, hayley or not, or or india. sorry about that. in third place was prince who turned out to be no other than cheyenne jackson. and he's live with us here on mornings on to cheyenne. thank you so much for joining us. appreciate it. all thanks for having me feel after after last night's performance, and after being one of the finalists. i feel good. i
feel relieved, relieved that i can talk about it now and tell my friends and family would have been up to they keep it super lockdown over there. so just a few of my friends, my producers call me kat and then my kids my five year olds new because i figured who are they gonna tell? right? right what are your family members are asking you during this entire time watching the show. knowing southern's up. what do you tell them? i mean, i couldn't confirm or deny. so that was part of my contract is that they couldn't come from me . but if people guessed, you know, what are you gonna do? but i love that the that the masking are really does keep a great secret. so that was that was a surprise aspect. well it was a fun thing for me a great secret as well. some of the folks who haven't seen it yet. we didn't want to give you wanted to give him a spoiler alert. let him know. so they could turn off the show. all right, so you are a performer. you do a lot of singing. you do a lot of acting
as well. what age did you start your singing career. ah certainly singing career, i guess. probably around 27. i moved to new york and started working on broadway. it's several broadway shows and then started getting into concerts and i sang it. carnegie hall and all the big places and then, um, dina bay came and saw me in a play and then wrote me onto the television show 30 rock. so then i kind of switched gears and was really all about tv. so the masked singer was an opportunity for me to kind of re ignite my love of live singing and maybe introduced that side of myself a little more. yeah, i think people are starting to know you fraught for singing now, after seeing what's happened here because you're also been doing a lot of acting and one of the shows that you're in, is calling me cat. so tell us a little bit about your character on that show. call me kat. it's on fox, and we just got picked up for our third season. um and it's
just a little show that's growing and growing and growing . and our fandom is, uh, it's we owe it all to them. um it's about six people and all. all of them are kind of maybe a little lost in their lives, and they have come together to create this little motley crue family led by miami bialik, who's just such a great friend and leader, and she's at one of our executive producers. leslie jordan's swoosie kurtz, julian gant, kyla pratt. just it's a great group of six wonderful people who love each other and we're just providing some light. funny. comedy in the time in the world, i think we all need a little escape, so it's a it's a great gig, and my character happens to be a singer songwriter slash bartender. so i get this i get to satisfy both of my you too love to ask you that, though, which is your favorite, though, because singing is really what you started doing, but now you're
enacting. which of these two performances do you prefer to do on a regular basis? ah i can't pick. it's really honestly, it's a it's a boring answer, but it's whatever i'm doing on the day. i just love to tell stories, and i love to be an artist. and so if my day's work is being an actor, then great and some one day if it's singing, you know, i have a single out called celebrate your face. that i wrote, and i got to have it premiere on. call me kat, but it's available on all platforms. and so right now it's all about the music celebrated. that's a that's a nice little change of pace. celebrate your face. alright look out for it. thank you so much. cheyenne jackson. from the mass singer. one of the finalists announced just last night. thank you so much for joining us today. we appreciate it. thank you for having me. time is 8 48. a new poll in san francisco shows the vast majority of san francisco residents support recalling district attorney chase a. bodine appalled by dignity.
health city beach shows two thirds of the people asked said they would vote to recall boudin 31% opposed the recall. the same poll found 66% of the same group gave modine and unfavorable rating poll also shows that crime is a top concern for san franciscans. 55% of those surveyed say public safety is a major issue that's up from 46% last year. more than three quarters say the city is on the wrong track. mayor london breed says she wants to increase police staffing to try to improve public safety if you want our workers to feel safe, i need your help to advocate for police officers in this budget. every year when i proposed academy classes at the board of supervisors, there's a cut. we all have to change that. the poll also shows 45% nearly half of those polled said they are likely to move out of the city in the next few years. a quarter of them say crime would be the main reason for their move. happening today, six candidates
for mayor of san jose will take questions from families from across the city. topics are expected to range from jobs and immigration to healthcare and education forum will be held at mexican heritage plaza on ellen , morocco avenue, and it starts at 5 30 this evening. san jose celebrating the reopening of a downtown hotel just in time for summer travel. the signal by hilton had its grand opening last night. the hotel on market street is 13 stories tall, has 226 rooms and 32 suites with views of downtown or the santa cruz mountains. i think it gives all of us a little bit of faith. this all of our wings able to see the activity that gathering that happens again of the community right here signify hilton downtown. it was formerly the fairmont san jose, which closed last year due to the pandemic. the hotel is expected to provide as many as 1000 jobs . good news for the south bay. there is you can get some more good news for people who rely on that richmond san rafael bridge. we've seen it improve over the
past hour or so sell. yes we have. and i think things are much better now than they were at least an hour ago, even a half hour ago. but when you look at the toll plaza, i want to caution you. you might look at this and say it's great. the problem is what we can't see is just beyond this. and that would be the traffic on 5 80 just getting to this point, and that would be still very slow all the way through richmond. so by the time you get to the toll plaza, it kind of fans out for a little bit, and that makes it better. but it's not really better. i don't want to mislead you with that. this is a look at highway for that is better. 6 80 is getting a little bit better. bay bridge has stayed about the same, which is to say it's about a 10 minute delay and the southbank commuters congested getting into that west valley 8 51. what about today's weather? let's bring in roberta stellar. it's absolutely gorgeous out the door right now, but we will see some increasing winds today. and that will elevate that high fire danger. good morning, everybody live weather camera looking outdoors. at this hour. we see the beautiful skyline of the city by the bay, the city of oakland and notice. a few high
thin clouds temperatures bank between 61 in san francisco to 71 degrees in santa rosa. it is now in the low seventies in concord. now i want you to play along at home because the winds have been breezed along the coast and around the bay this morning, but find your neighborhood like for example, i'll kian right there at livermore 18 mile per hour winds by lunchtime during the afternoon hours as winds fluctuate. by 11 o'clock tonight when we had the wind advisory going to place, the tri value will have winds up to about 14 mph but stronger gusts at times but notice other areas. jensen beach at 37 mile per hour winds along the seashore 29 half moon bay, and this could be this scenario carrying on over on again off again. gusty winds through friday about five p.m. so the bottom line is tonight. we have a wind advisory that goes into effect at 11 o'clock for the east bay, north bay inland areas and also the santa clara valley foothills. meanwhile, today turns breezy too. at times windy conditions,
but the sun will shine brightly all the way through the weekend. we have a weak, dry, cold front that has been breezing through the bay area, and those faint high think clouds is what we saw when we took a look at that skyline of oakland. why the winds see that right there. that's that we cold front and as a traverse is to the east and dipped to the south. it reverses are went to the north. it butts up against that ridge of high pressure causes that friction and therefore we have the winds but again. week dry cold front. so it brings our temperatures down today out of the mid nineties, and santa rosa and san rafael to 85 degrees san francisco still rather comfortable at 69 degrees conquered 86 about five degrees cooler in san jose. so pinpoint forecast today your neighborhood outlook 16 pacifica 2 89 degrees in fairfield, which somebody will top off the in the low nineties in their backyard, depending on the amount of asphalt or concrete. 82 degrees in redwood city, also in valais
ho. venetia martinez and also rodeo and low eighties in cupertino, campbell and willow glen, including the rose garden district, turning breezy to downright windy at times equally as gusty on your friday, then over the weekend, the temperatures still slightly above average, but remaining nice through the foreseeable forecast. in fact, garcia and andre looking a lot like summertime here in the bay area. no rain in sight. look at those nineties. roberta gonzalez. thank you. 54 here. oakland is the first city in our state to declare itself a sanctuary city for women seeking abortions coming up next on the nine. we're talking live with the councilwoman and oakland mayoral candidate xiang tao. she's the one who introduced this plan as an emergency measure. also will bring you the latest from new jersey, where a teenager died at a beach when he was digging a hole in the sand. how he's being remembered today. stay with us.
for controller, yvonne yiu. as an executive at top financial firms, yiu managed hundreds of audits. as mayor, yiu saved taxpayes over $55 millio. finding waste. saving money. yiu is for you. rosy: it's the parent-teacher partnership that really makes a difference. ingrid: they know that their children are coming to a safe place. they're coming to a place where they'll be loved. kiyoko: we have a strong community of people that all look out for each other. we're all kind of taking care of the children. rosy: janitors, the teachers, the office staff.
beach while digging a hole in the sand. it became entrapped when the sand collapsed around him across, made from shells mark the spot where he died at tom's river ocean beach. you'll see that in a second here, the teenager and his sister were digging a hole on that beach. on the walls of sin collapsed around them and trapped them inside. rescue crews were able to pull his sister from the sand , but the 18 year old died in the collapse. u c davis medical center as part of a program that aims to encourage more children from minority communities to go into science in the medical field. nine high school students from sacramento took a field trip to the hospital organizers say it's vital to get students out of the classroom and into a professional hands on environment. hearing their experiences makes it hopeful for me that i could do it one day and i could like if i just believe in myself. i could just
be what i wanted to be in the stem field often times when you go to a medical environment or seek medical help. you don't see someone that looks like you and already you're kind of on guard curious, and so i think getting our students exposed to what medical fields as far as e n. t. surgical all that looks like helps to bring more familiar faces to the field. program works to inspire students of color to seek careers in medicine, and the science is everyone has a favorite meal or dessert will now english researchers are seeing if they can help robots learn about taste so people can eventually get exactly what they want. developers from the university of cambridge have created a robot that's learning about the taste of salt. that robot uses a probe to sense saltiness. scientists put different amounts of salt and food and then have the robot taste each area and rated we enjoy eating. we enjoy tasting, but we really don't know how we actually test and how we can understand it from scientific viewpoint and what we really want to understand its use of engineering efforts to understand how our taste
mechanism tasting mechanism works. once you know how the robot understands the process, the taste of salt they can see if that translates to help people taste salt robots taking over. the investigation in oakland continues this morning into a shooting that shut down interstate 5 80 last night. what we're learning about the latest attack. we've been preparing all beginning of the season, red flag warnings and high wind advisories the areas of greatest concern in the bay area today what firefighters are doing to prepare and what they need from homeowners. plus the warriors are so exciting, so much fun. we're going to go all the way. this is our year flood chase center and come out happy the warriors defeating the mavericks , leaving fans feeling good about the western conference finals. well good morning. today's thursday may 19th we're looking live at lake tahoe. have we forgotten about lake tahoe? we haven't seen it