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they do check the trees for safety every year, but there weren't any reports of problems about trees in that particular area of the park before the tree fell yesterday, whatever caused that tree to fall is under investigation. enforcing the new law for street vendors in san francisco at one spot in the city known for illegal street vending to explain the reason for the crackdown. plus the man charged with killing the mother of his child will be back in court today with the san mateo county d a says will happen if he is not able to stand trial. then firefighters from across our state are working to contain the massive fire burning in the sierra basin. the challenges they're still facing as they fight the flames. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on tv morning. welcome back and good morning. i'm dave clark. tuesday morning. september 13th. you have to be happy with the
weather. i mean, it feels comfortable tell you when i went inside to get sweater this morning, i couldn't have been happier. good sleeping weather. rosemary has your complete forecast, even talking about rain down the road possible. yes state gasia. if you can believe it feels a whole lot like fall out there. we're talking 20. a 30 degree difference from last week to this week, and as we get into the end of the weekend, we may even see a few scattered showers. so we'll be tracking that. meanwhile for today, temperatures are going to be even a little bit cooler than yesterday. sixties and seventies at the coast. we have upper sixties to mid seventies around the bay. and seventies to near 80 degrees expected for our warmer spots inland. better details on the current conditions and what you can expect for the afternoon as well as the rest of the week. coming up in just a little bit. it is seven oh, one. let's check the very latest on traffic with south. good morning. good morning, rosemary. it's pretty busy out there, although some of these commutes are getting more normal, busy like the bay bring 15 minutes away going to san francisco. and if you can use
the carpool lane that will save you some time. also looking at the area near hayward 8 80 near 92. we had a couple of problems . we also had an earlier car fire on the same mateo bridge, and that's why it's a very, very slow on that bridge. even though they're working on getting it out of the way, you know, sometimes these things take time . and that's why it's very slow. i would recommend the dumbarton bridge instead. if you can and this is to 80 in san jose. still looking good, but you are going to see a little bit of slowing. alright at 702. let's get back to the headlines. thank you happening today. san francisco's cracking down on illegal street vendors. anyone caught without a permit to sell will face consequences. let's turn to ktvu james torres is live at one of the main trouble spots is but identified here. the 24th and mission st bart stations, jamese heard from public works rather read some information from that says that earlier this week, they were handing out final notices and warnings to anyone who was planning to come back
out here this morning. anyone who shows up lays out some of the merchandise and begins selling some stuff while they need to make sure they show a permit before they get kicked out, and we're seeing not much of that just yet. this morning. we do see one personnel with the tarpon a couple of pieces of a couple of items. i should say that some others who are selling what looks like some coffee and some snacks. but if they run into some of these public works employees, and they asked him to show permanent and do not have a permit, they will be asked to leave here at the 24th and mission bart plaza. this is one of the most common spots for this kind of activity, as well as the u. n. plaza public works, employees said. well round the areas today and if they see anyone trying to sell merchandise, those vendors will be questioned. anyone attending to sell goods without a permit will be asked to leave or face the citation. they could also risk getting other items confiscated as well. police officers are on standby should any resistance turned tense or violent? this is all an idea made back or rather made official back in march, when city leaders said they wanted to
crack down on illegal street vendors at the time. mayor london breed released a statement saying illegal street vending often involves the resale, stolen goods, incentivizing, retail theft and harming businesses trying to recover. from the impact of the pandemic. we've worked to create a system to support legitimate street vending while dis incentivizing illegal sales. according to the law, those vendors will need permits to be allowed to stay, which costs about $430 a year. those permits allow you to sell clothes, electronic or prepackaged food. you are not allowed to sell any alcohol taking back live out here on the streets of san francisco again right at the corner of mission. and 24th street right at the bart station. this is where city leaders say this happens very often, and they only see what they call illegal activity here when it comes to folks selling some of these possibly stolen merchandise and goods. we expect to see some city employees coming out here, literally this morning questioning some of the folks were out here already looking to sell what they have
laid out today, according to sf . chronicle city has already approved about 40 of those permits. so as long as these folks do have some sort of permit that allows them to be here. they will be able to stay. for now. we're alive this morning in san francisco. i'm james torres, ktvu fox. two news , james. thank you. times 705 also happening today in san juan carlos charged with using a sword to kill the mother of his child will be back in court to face a judge. jose lane data is charged with killing karina castro last week outside her apartment in san carlos. vendetta is scheduled to be assigned a doctor who will conduct a mental health evaluation. found not competent to stand trial. well, then that causes a of course the criminal proceedings to be held until he is restored to competency, if ever. vendetta and the victim or the parents of a one year old daughter and the mother had a protective order issued by a court against him. we're now hearing from some of the people who are nearly hit by a car that
plowed through a bike party on the streets of oakland. it happened friday night is a large group was biking on alcatraz avenue in north oakland. we see the driver drive to the crowd and keeps on going. one cyclist says he managed to jump off his bike just in time before it was hit by the car. his bike went flying. he now says he worries about writing on the streets of berkeley and oakland with his children. i probably could have reached out and touched it very close. and it was scary. it happened too fast. it's horrifying to see somebody used their car like a weapon just because they've been inconvenienced by 10 minutes or however long it takes to pass, you know. the roads are a public resource, and everybody should have a right to share them and use them. police confirmed they are investigating this incident as a hit and run to the men running for mayor in oakland, were arrested last year in separate incidents on gun charges. oakland side reports seneca scott was arrested last october, is facing misdemeanor charges for pulling a gun on two people. scott says they were
trying to steal a water heater from a community garden he operates. scott says he didn't report the incident. because police reports in oakland in his words lead nowhere website also reports peter liu was arrested in san leandro in january of 2021 after he called the alameda county sheriff's department says a group of squatters broke into a building he owns and that he held them at gunpoint till deputies arrived. the police report says an adult and a child in a stroller were there when they arrived. the d a. says no charges have been filed against lou. to the far north bay it happening today, the rohnert park city council will debate proposed new regulations to ban people who are homeless from camping in certain areas. the new rules that banned people from camping in areas near creeks, schools or existing homeless shelters, officials say the proposed changes deal with potential damage to environmental resources as well as safety concerns. today man will be in court as he battles san jose to allow him to stay in his trailer home near madera san jose airport. the faa has said the guadalupe gardens is not a safe place for people to live
and the city has been clearing people out of the area. rudy ortega has lived on the streets for more than seven years now, including one year near the airport. he's filed a restraining order asking the city to give him more time. ortega says the city promised to fix his trailer so he could move it, but says the city is death, threatening to demolish the trailer and force him out. my caseworker only contacted me once and said, oh, you're gonna go into a motel that same day. i still have a trailer here. hello what am i supposed to do? just leave it here? yeah leave it here. no i'm not going to leave it here. this is this is my money, my heart and money. ortega says he's working to raise the money to get the trailer fixed once the court to give him 30 days to get that work done. the city is not commenting on his request. the case is set to be heard this afternoon. gasia your time at 708. several people in berkeley evacuated this morning at room apartment fire roared through their apartment complex yesterday afternoon, firefighters rushed to a three story building on berkeley way between west and act in streets
quickly evacuated the lower floors, but people were trapped on the third floor. it was pretty bad. it was black, roiling and pretty much filled the stairwell window, like like, like like like an old trainer and all day like bellowing heavily. you're on. many people were hanging out of windows trying to get some fresh air, but everyone was evacuated. six people were later treated for smoke inhalation. the cause of the fireound on the massive moso fire west of lakem 10% this tim. virus burned 76 square miles, and at least 46 homes and other buildings. flames are still threatening some 5800 homes. firefighters from across our state are working to fully contained this fire. northeast portions of the fire, which is east of the community of forrest hill is the priority that's the most active part is what we consider the head of the fire.
that means that we have a line around it. that's wide enough and has enough fuel removed that the fire will not or should not move beyond it. fire crews are still facing challenges. they say the rugged terrain is making it very difficult to create fire breaks. a lot of that line on this fire is being created in direct and that means it's not being done directly on the fire perimeter edge. it has to be done some distance away because of the ridge lines. mosquito fire started a week ago in plaster county. the flames then jumped the american river and spread to el dorado county. easternmost front of this fire is 25 miles from the shore of lake tahoe. gasia seven arrests were made by the el dorado county sheriff's office in the fire zone of that mosquito fire. these arrests are people that we believe to be either intent or actually victimized in our community. of the arrests were announced last night during a community meeting in el dorado county, but the sheriff's office
gave no further details. time is 7 10 2 friends who were out for a hike ended up bei rescue teams couldn't get to them to save teu how they managed to escape. also after a break, cutting the national death rate from cancer , the goal from the president in order for small businesses to thrive, they need to be smart. efficient. agile. and that's never been more important than it is right now. so for a limited time, comcast business is introducing small business savings. call now to get powerful internet for just 39 dollars a month. with no contract. and a money back guarantee. all on the largest, fastest reliable network. from the company that powers more businesses than anyone else. call and start saving today. comcast business. powering possibilities.
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14. biden marked the 60th anniversary of president john f. kennedy's big announcement of a moonshot to put a man on the moon by making a similar promise of his own. andre seniors live in studio president biden wants a similar all out effort this time focused on cancer, using that same phrase for another major mission here. this is a national promise, but also a personal crusade for the president. his oldest son is you know biden joe biden died of cancer brain cancer seven years ago. the centers for disease control says cancer is the second leading cause of death in the u. s. more than 1600. people die from it every year. that means almost everyone knows someone who has been diagnosed with this disease. the goal is to cut cancer death rates by at least 50% at least 50. in the next 25 years. those words were like medicine for nancy center whose daughter battle cancer, she calls it a small slice of
hope. she's very fearful of her cancer coming back that you want to see her kids grow up. the president backed up his words with action by signing a national cancer institute scholars program that will fund more cancer research and making the us less dependent on other countries from medical tools and materials. he's also calling the private sector to make cancer drugs more affordable and says better screening for everyone can help cut the number of cancer deaths. cancer survivor rob tuple is the ceo of cancer support community in walnut creek. he's encouraged the president recognizes the need for more than more than medical help. for cancer patients and their families. if you are not providing practical, emotional support for cancer patients and their families, you're not really providing complete cancer care. you can't just focus on the medical part. you see yourself, as vice chancellor keith yamamoto says with a sustained push for government and medical experts achieving
the president's goal of ending cancer as we know it is achievable by the biden deadline of 2042 gasia over to you, andre senior. thank you. us labor force is almost a half million people below what it would be if there were no covid related illnesses, according to a new study, co authored by stanford professor the study shows about 10 workers out of every 1000 missed a week of work due to covid. those workers were about 7% more likely to quit than similar workers who didn't miss work for health reasons. the study did not include people who took time off of work to care for family members who were infected with covid. our time is now 7 16 workers at santa clara county's long term health care centers at homeless shelters and at prisons no longer have to get vaccinated for covid-19, the county's top health officer. drop that vaccine mandate yesterday, citing recent positive trends in the pandemicr infection. had been required to
get vaccinated for covid since last summer. i was the first day of school. it was fine. i guess i don't know. look at someone and wonder what is going on inside their head. did you guys pick up on that? this is like my boys talking to me. whatever i pick them up from school. look, there's a sequel to that film back in 2015 inside out. that movie was by a little girl from minnesota. she moved to san francisco. we learned about all the emotion that comes with a big move across the country. the new film storyline picks up right where the movie left off in san francisco. once again, it follows young riley's emotions, but this time dave 18 ager with all that comes with that time in life inside out. you said it. theaters in 2020, for it is once again being produced by emeryville based fix are being transparent. i watched the first one and really good now she's a teenager. who knows, man. it could be anything wrong. i love it time. 7 17, sal, you've been
busy this morning. lots been happening on the bay area roads . yeah, you know, a lot has been happening almost everywhere. this is the busy fall commute season. let's start with the bay bridge. i think a lot of people always want to know. what is that bracebridge looking like? i would say it is looking normal is backed up to the maze. metering lights are on. 8 80 90 to have both been a mess. look, 8 80 had some earlier problems. it's slow from san leandro all the way in the union city, san mateo bridge is not looking good. there was a car fire on the bridge. don't they put that car fire out rather quickly, but it really made its damage onto that bridge south face beginning to get a little slower. look at 2 80 in san jose. we do see some slow traffic there and i want to show you the traffic on the 2, 81 01 and 85 commutes getting a little bit busier, not the full strength yet, but it is getting busier 7 18. let's bring in rosemary oroczo. for your bay
area tuesday, and i happen to have a gorgeous shot of the golden gate bridge this morning . take a look at that and applause coming from dave clark . yes indeed. i would agree. clouds along the coastline. partly cloudy inside the bay a little bit of fog out there as well as some patchy drizzle. and we are seeing a cooler pattern. take a look at that after temperatures fell off yesterday afternoon following suit this morning down by 12 degrees santa rosa, down by five, novato five in livermore, seven degrees cooler right now conquered liver fairfield compared to yesterday , upper fifties to low sixties stretching from fairfield towards conquered one of the cooler spots this morning, perhaps even a bit of a chill for you. 49 degrees reported in santa rosa 58 in san francisco. low sixties in san jose. do you remember a week ago? oh my goodness. so we're in our hills were even reporting upper eighties about 90 degrees.
relative humidity, bone dry down to less than 10% no longer the case. we have major changes going on fairfield reporting and onshore breeze at 24. oakland reporting augusta 26. with that it's going to also help to keep any of smoke from the mosquito fire out of our area. fortunately it's going to go towards lake tahoe. they're not going to get a break. but for us, we should have good to moderate air quality for today, and we're losing that humid feeling as well because those mid and high level clouds are pushing out of the bay area. here's a view of storm tracker to the system that is providing us the trough there that provides us with this pattern change is going to actually hang around. in fact, we're going to have a deeper system moved through by the end of the weekend, maybe even a few scattered showers for the afternoon today will call for partly cloudy sky. guys at the coast mostly clear for the rest of us temperatures running below average for this time of year, and we'll see a real repeat as we get through the business week and into the weekend. there's a look at sunday morning eight am
on the timestamp and notice a wave of rain moving through california. there's not a lot going on there. but we could have again. a few scattered showers move through as we get into sunday, so an early system rainfall there 68 degrees afternoon high in san francisco for today, 76 napa upper seventies for concord, 73. san jose, you're going to the giants game a little bit later we have partly cloudy skies low sixties and west breeze to 15 mph. when the game starts at 6 45 bring along a jacket because it will be a little cool, a little breezy, and there's a look at your extended forecast. not much change sixties at the coastline. seventies around the bay. upper seventies to low eighties expected inland all the way into the weekend with perhaps some scattered showers coming our way on sunday, back to you. rosemary thank you. it started with the thief stealing a catalytic converter and ended up with a police officer in the hospital. we have details on the chaotic events is police are still searching for one man crisis at the colorado river. why
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river basin scientists say this has been the driest 22 year period in the area. covering the past 1200 years, but water demand keep going up keeps going up among california farmers as well as the states of arizona and nevada and utah because their population is growth to hikers. no telling their story of survival after being surrounded by fast moving flames during the fire up in washington state. this happened over the weekend, just as the bolt fire began racing across the western cascade mountains in the northern part of that state. bishop and steve cooper run a mountaintop when they first saw huge flames coming toward them. they called for help, but we're told the conditions were too dangerous for rescue crews to come and save them. it was definitely one of those moments where you kind of just we're like, all right, this is it. we're probably gonna not gonna make this awesome the trail in front of this smoke and just rubs in the flame. it roared like a jet engine. that was our route down the mountain in front
of us, and it was engulfed in the plane. those it was terrifying. the two hikers managed to find a trail on the back side of the mountain. they got to safety. it took more than six hours before they finally made it back to an open road. wow 7 26 opening day for the miami dolphins included some excitement that no body wanted. look at this. a dozen cars went up in flames in the parking lot of hard rock stadium. investigators think somebody pushed a barbecue grill under a car during a tailgate party. and that started the fires. it started after most of the fans had already gone into the stadium, and no injuries were reported. what's that? francisco police are searching for a catalytic converter thief who injured a police officer during a chaotic escape attempt, and this happened yesterday morning on greenwich street near quite tower. police were responding to reports of a catalytic converter theft. the thief spotted they
spotted these cars, the suspect the police tried to stop the car , but it's better way with a man and woman inside. vehicle attempted to flee the area. and while doing so struck one of the officers and the marks patrol vehicle. now the injured police officer was taken to a hospital expected to make a full recovery with the chaos didn't stop there . police say the suspects made their way to the embarcadero, where their car collided with several other cars. the police took the woman into custody, but they're still out there searching for the man. time is 7 27 morning for queen elizabeth continues now as her coffin is being taken back to london coming up what's happening today ahead of her state funeral, easing parents worries about paying for their child's education still ahead, the financial wellness programs some companies are offering to help avoid massive college debt.
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rape victim now suinghe city of san francisco. while she said she was betrayed by the police with the misuse of her rape kit d. n a from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on to welcome morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark gasia mikaelian. today is tuesday, september 13th this time a week ago, we walked outside to already hot weather. orosco having things change my goodness. so 1 16 was the afternoon high in livermore last tuesday. today we're going to about 77. how about that? big changes coming our way. it's going to feel a little bit like fall out there well, even introduce the possibility of scattered showers in the extended forecast, but for today, we've got the clouds a little bit of fog, a little bit of patchy drizzle good air quality and partly cloudy skies for the afternoon temperatures ranging from sixties at the coast to upper seventies inland . better details on what you can
expect a for today and the rest of the week coming up in just a little bit at 7 31. let's check the very latest with the morning drive. hi sal rosemary. right now we're looking at a commute. that is mostly doing pretty well . i'm looking around here to see if there's anything brand new just before i go on the air here. the bay bridge. looks like it's pretty slow as you drive into san francisco, which is to be expected. sam mateo bridge has had a tough morning as well. westbound 92 you can see that's recovering from some earlier issues and we come back in just a few minutes. i'm going to take a look at some of those east bay and south bay commutes, which you're beginning to get. even busier, 7 32, let's go back to the headlines, sal. thank you about a third of all santas. a police officers have had a complaint filed against them, according to a new report released by the san jose police auditor's office, k two's alley rasmus is here to explain san jose city leaders, ali will see the results of the complete report today. that's right. garcia, the san jose police
auditor's office answers directly to the mayor and the city council. they do this report every year, and they have been going back to the early nineties. so some of the trends they found this year. 30% of santa's. a police officers had a complaint filed against them. that's in 2021. that's an increase from the year before, when it was about one out of every four officers. 16% of those complaints contained use of force allegations. the auditor's office also reviewed 240 closed internal affairs investigations and agreed with the conclusions about 82% of the time but in about 10% of cases did not. ktvu spoke with a former san jose police auditor. judge lador is hazard cordell. she says the auditor's office doesn't have the authority to enact any policy changes at santa's a pd, but it can bring to light concerns and trends once it presents its findings to the full centers it soon as a city council, which it will later today. no one can make the police department adopt these recommendations. so the role of
the independent police auditor is to put that information out there and to be very public about it so that the police department will have to justify to the city council and to the community. why they're not implementing these recommendations. now what are the recommendations this year? they include things like improving police, community communications and specifically having officers avoid swearing or calling people dude or bro during police stops and interactions. the report also recommends better guidance on vehicle searches and handcuffing detainees, as well as policy rules about when it's appropriate for police officers to chase someone on foot, the report adds. that police departments from las vegas to palo alto have specific guidelines on foot pursuits, while san jose police does not garcia and dave back to you all right, ali. thank you time now. 7 30 for the investigation continues now into a highway shooting in the east bay city of oakland. it happened yesterday morning around five a.m. along highway four in contra costa county. investigators say the
oakley shooting followed an apparent road rage incident involving people in two cars and one woman was hurt. that shooting led to a chain reaction crash involving as many as four cars. investigators will be checking license plate readers and surveillance video in an effort to identify the people responsible. technology is hopefully deterring people from engaging in lawless behavior that it causes people to pause and think that extra second or again and fire it in public. now tha was the latest in a series of shootings on highway forward that have occurred in the past several years and county of san francisco is being sued by a woman who says police used her dna from the rape kit to identify her as a suspect in another crime. last year woman's being only identified as jane doe, former san francisco de a chaser, bodine exposed the
issue. earlier this year. ktvu evan sernoffsky talked with the woman back in march. you put a lot of trust in the people in the system. to make yourself vulnerable like that. do you feel like they lived up to their into their bargain? absolutely not. absolutely not the opposite . they betrayed my trust. even more and it just made me relive the whole situation. the woman's attorney says she's suing the city and the police department. jane doe came to the police looking for help. she came to the police looking for them to do right by her. and instead the police betrayed her. san francisco's police chief bill scott says he's made sure no rape kits or ever used again to identify possible criminal suspect earlier this year san francisco band the city's crime lab from storing victim dna for criminal investigative purposes
, icu time. 7 36, dozens of resident physicians and interns at ucsf benioff children's hospital in oakland. today we'll start taking a strike growth. the threatened walkout stems from a stalemate in their contract talks with the management of the hospital, the resident positions and interns are demanding better pay and more staffing about strike vote is due to end on thursday. 7 37 right now. king charles is in northern ireland on the latest leg of his tour of the nations that make up the united kingdom for events marking the death of his mother, queen elizabeth. king charles and his wife received a message of condolence from the speaker of the northern ireland assembly, reflected on his mother's legacy and assisting with the peace process in northern ireland. my mother felt deeply. i know the significance of the role she herself. played. in bringing together those whom history had separated. and then extending a
hand to make possible the healing of long held hers. thousands of people continue to line up outside st giles cathedral and edinburgh, scotland to pay their respects to the queen. later today, her coffin will be flown to london for one final night at buckingham palace. tomorrow there'll be a formal procession to westminster hall, where she will lie in state until her funeral on monday. all right, guys your time now, 7 38 grid. check back with sal. you've been busy all morning. have you fixed those things out there on the road? well just as soon as one item is gone, dave, a new item pops up dave and gasia. it's still very busy out there. remember we have the normal morning commute on places like highway four and 6 82 42. all of them are pretty heavy. this morning. you can see highway for going over the hill to concord, richmond bridge hitting over the marine. almost everywhere is busy. bay bridge is backed up. i don't see one commute. if i just put up a map look at even marin, nevada to san rafael. look at
all the red. so this is pretty much crunch time. 8 80 has been especially slow between san leandro and union city and the south bay is also very slow as well as you can see getting up into that west valley. this commute is now and as you know, a lot more people are going back to the office in person, and that is making it tougher to get anywhere at this time of the morning, 7 39 let's talk about today's weather. with rosemary. sal good morning to you. we are looking at additional cooling today after falling off five even 10 degrees. yesterday afternoon pattern is going to continue into the coming days all the way through the weekend. here's a live look over the golden gate where we do have a little bit of blue sky. they're mixed in with the cloud cover clouds fog, patchy drizzle along the coastline this morning, those mid and high level clouds are moving out. and so we are going to fill a less humid out there for today. okay. but again , the big story, of course, is just how much cooler down by
seven degrees in concord, right now down by 11 in santa rosa, santa rosa. slipping about 49 degrees now. we have 58 in san fran. the onshore breezes with us fairfield reporting 24 mph, perhaps some of the strongest wind i've seen through the delta in at least at least a few days . here's a look at the storm tracker to where a little bit of drizzle. perhaps scattered showers remain a possibility over the sierra and that does include areas near the mosquito fire, which is some good news. we hope that that would be something beneficial for the firefighters and the folks there. the trough of our coastline is going to continue and going to continue to bring us the low clouds in the morning, followed by the afternoon sunshine. the onshore breeze will be with us so good to moderate air quality in store less in the way of that smoky air we had been dealing with and temperatures are going to be below average. 79 santa rosa today. upper sixties san francisco low seventies in oakland, mid seventies in livermore, low seventies san jose. better details on the numbers for today and the rest
of the week coming up after the break. all right, rosemary. thank you time. 7 40, australian man, would you believe was killed by a kangaroo, but he was keeping as a pet coming up with happened when emergency crews arrived at that scene will run out to our newsroom. now say good morning again to andre senior as you're looking at what's coming up in the next hour of mornings on two. alright good morning to both of you. three people were hurt during a hike after a tree fell and a popular park in san jose, coming up on mornings on two and eight why emergency crusade could have been much worse and later it was 12 leading cause of death in 2020, claiming the lives of close to 46,000 people when you join us on the nine we're talking live with an expert about the 988 lifeline and how to get help or help someone else who was in a suicidal crisis or emotional distress. stay with us.
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encounters with wild animals. it's great to see them, but we should respect them. we should keep our distance and we shouldn't we shouldn't really make pets of them. legal restrictions prevent keeping native australian animals as pets. police say it's unknown as to whether or not the men had a permit for the kangaroo, the last known kangaroo related death in australia was in 1936 7 45. if you travel between the bay area in new york, you could by the end of october, lose a major option. reuters is reporting that an internal memo from united airlines indicates united once more times lots were when it can take off and land at jfk. for flights to sfo and l a x that could mean the airline may cancel those flights in favor of other ones. united only has two daily nonstop flights between jfk and that's a vote american airlines as four. delta and alaska airlines have five each. another billionaire had a
serious problem with one of its pet projects. jeff bezos and his rocket company, blue origin. headed first launch failure now the rocket took off one minute later. main engine of the booster cut out that automatic aboard saved the crew capsule. by the way, there was no crew on board, but it did carry some important nasa experiments yet a will oversee blue origins investigation of that incident at 7 46 has been a busy morning the first of many very important reports on the economy came out earlier this morning, and that report is bringing stocks down in a major way, blocked the numbers at the bottom left. cook has been looking into them deeper in the newsroom. back with dollars and cents. very rough day. this latest read on inflation coming in this morning. the consumer price index rose in august. despite those lower gas prices. we've seen the cp i still up 8.3% from this time last year that
indicates inflation is still high. it also indicates that the fed will likely continue with aggressive interest rate hikes, something opposite of what investors were hoping for. on that news. the dow dropped immediately on that news more than 500 points. shortly after the opening bell rang this morning, and then it has continued down from there as we take you live to the new york stock exchange again as gasia mentioned we've been showing you the dow on the lower part of your screen. there it's now down more than 2.5% 842 points. the s and p 500 also down almost 3% huge percentage dropped there for the s and p 500 back below 4000. it's at 39 87, the nasdaq down 11,008 05. it's down 400. and 60 points. three and three quarters percent will continue to watch the numbers for you. amazon snapping up a robotics company as part of an automation strategy. the belgian company specializes in warehouse, robotics and technology. now amazon created a robotics
division in 2012 and started using automation in 2019 to package move and stack merchandise. the value of the deal has not been released. amazon currently has about 520,000 warehouse robots, helping with inventory and logistics. alternative solutions to student loans are being explored to ease concerns about paying for college education report in forbes says some companies are offering financial wellness programs to try to help students and try to keep parents from using their retirement funds. many workplaces also offer some sort of tuition reimbursement for students. financial analysts recommend students also seek out scholarships or low income assistance programs as a way to avoid access student loan debt. an iconic american toy company is teaming up with one of the nation's best known big box stores. target has signed an exclusive multi year deal with faa. oh shorts to carry the company's toys just in time for the holidays more than 120 toys
from schwartz will be available at target to customers both in stores and online that starts in mid october. macy's had a similar partnership with toys r us on our next hour, i have been listening to the twitter whistleblowers, he testifies on capitol hill. he has some very strong words about the lack of security at twitter. and the reasons behind it cook. that's a look at your dollars and cents. okay, pam. thank you time now. 7 49, the golden state warriors. today we'll start selling single game tickets beginning at 10 am season ticket holders get the first chance to buy those tickets. and this pre sale continues through tomorrow with different times for different member groups like the chase cardholders that warriors insiders. then on thursday tickets for everybody go on sale. the home opener against the lakers, and the championship ring ceremony is set for october. 18th. china could. what
of edward. the first trailer released for disney's live action version of the little mermaid is drawing negative. some have said racist feedback. some critics complained that the animated mermaid character aerial back in the original 1989 film wasn't black. so holly bailey, who is black, shouldn't be the face or the voice of the little mermaid. however the new movie is getting rave reviews from parents a little girls in particular, who say bailey looks like them. the newest version of the little mermaid, is to be released in theaters next may. everybody know you could sing just like that, like i used to be a babysitter and babysat little girls when that movie came out 100 years ago. i remember every single word, dave . every word to okay, we can do in the break. not now. we have to go to south because south has some important stuff to tell us about the morning commute. well, this commute appears frozen. ooh
in some areas, garcia, dave, see what i did there. i saw that westbound highway four. let's start there. that appears pretty solid as you drive over from still bay point in pittsburgh, and we can show you that the commute coming over the hill. also 6 80 is going to be very slow it all these commutes are going to be very slow as you drive into the richmond center fell bridge corridor, it is backed up the bay bridge pretty big back. up there and no major issues getting to it, but it's very slow. just a lot of people are on the road. this is the heart of the commute. 7 51. let's bring rosemary in to talk about today's weather. alright, sal, not frozen. but how about cool? okay you works alright. unseasonably cool weather in store for today we are starting out with the low clouds and the patchy fog and the patchy drizzle by the way, dave clark. thank you for that applause. that was that was for you. yes
there is a view of the golden gate where we have just a little bit of blue sky out there. it is a nice start to the day temperatures running. 5 to 10 degrees cooler than yesterday. we have some fog in santa rosa santa rosa, definitely one of the chillier spots this morning at 50 fifty's in san francisco, low sixties conquered hayward and san jose getting into the afternoon. we are going to drop temperatures off a little bit more from yesterday, and we are going to be below average for this time of year. the future cast here. the low clouds at the coast will call for partly cloudy conditions by noontime, mostly sunny for the rest of us. and that moisture that has been bringing us the humid weather is now off to the east. take a look at what drops in by the end of the weekend, though we have another system that looks to pack a little bit of a bigger punch, maybe a few sprinkles for the bay area, northern california, the sierra. that would be some great news in and around where the mosquito fire is burning, so we'll be watching that. meanwhile for afternoon highs today 68 in san francisco 76 napa upper seventies in
livermore. livermore have to remind you hit an all time record last tuesday. 1 16 seventies in san jose. so very enjoyable weather coming our way . it will be a little cool a little breeze yet oracle park if you're going to see the game later today, 63 degrees west breeze to 15 mph. when the game begins at 6 45. let's go. giants there's a look at your extended forecast temperatures not going to change a whole lot. we're going to continue with this very pleasant pattern. all the way into the weekend sixties at the coast seventy's around the bay upper seventies, too low eighties inland and a slight chance for scattered showers. on sunday, dave all right, rosemary . thank you time now. 7 53. the recent heatwave is bad news for california's water supply coming up at eight o'clock, why problems could linger even if our temperatures go down. and governor gavin newsom been allowed voice against climate change why he could be opposing a proposition on the november ballot that would pay for projects for electric cars, charging stations and preventing
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been destroyed and two people who were trying to escape the flames have been killed. meantime clean up efforts in l. a county continue after a mudslide that stranded 50 people in their cars near lake hughes. authorities say the people were helped by firefighters down on the ground, while others were lifted to safety by helicopter crews. so far no injuries have been reported. governor gavin newsom is against a proposition on the november ballot that would raise taxes on the rich to pay for climate projects. fellow california i need to warn you about proposition 30. proposition 30 would raise taxes on people who earn more than $2 million a year that money would go towards incentives were buying electric cars, charging stations and preventing wildfires. we don't think we're doing enough to address air pollution and wildfires and climate change and
one of the best ways that we can address those problems is through prop 30. supporters say it will help reach california's emissions goals. the no campaign points to billions of dollars california's already spent on fighting climate change. if this passes, you're gonna have all sorts of corporations publicly traded companies out there trying to go to the ballot for tax increases for what it is that they want, so this is really bad public policy. how the governor's position is similar with the people who worry that money raised for electric cars will displace the education budget. california has a maximum spending limit that could require state lawmakers to reduce money and other budgets to make room for the new spending if this proposition is approved. well los angeles county is announcing the first confirmed death in the whole country from monkey pox health department announced an autopsy confirmed the cause of death. that patient was severely immuno
compromised and had been in the hospital. this marks the 19th death from the monkey pox worldwide. doctors are checking whether another person who tested positive in texas also died from the virus. in the morning and forcing a new law for street vendors in san francisco, live with one spot in the city known for illegal street vending to explain the reasons behind the crackdown. plus the man charged with killing the mother of his child will be back in court today. what the san mateo district attorney says will happen if he is not able to stand trial. i want them to stop these abatements. these cruel and unusual bay tenants and unusual punishment that they inflict upon the community. we're hearing from the man who is fighting to try and keep his camp be makingtop the city from clearing out the encampment. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto coming
up on eight o'clock right now, welcome to mornings onto i'm andre senior morning. i'm gasia mikaelian it's tuesday, september, 13th take a look at all the great behind us along the oakland estuary, a completely different story than this time last week. rosemary oroczo is here to detail what we're facing in the coming hours and days. yes temperatures and seasonably cool to mild gasia and andre. how about that? we've got clouds along the coast. we have an onshore breeze. we even have improving conditions when it comes to that possibility of smoke going the other direction , so we have good to moderate air quality for today, and we're losing the mid and high level cloud cover that brought us the muggy weather temperatures for today, sixties and seventies at the coast upper sixties to mid seventies around the bay seventies to about 80 degrees for some of our warmer spots. better details on what you can expect for your neighborhood plus what we can expect for the rest of the week. coming up in just a little bit. it is eight o'clock improvement out there on the roadway. so it's at least improved to the point where we're not getting a lot of serious accidents because everyone is just going so slow,
westbound 80 very slow at the bay bridge. the best bet i think at this point is either to use the carpool lanes or wait for it to dissipate a little bit. you will see that the almost all of the east bay commute is crowded. it's difficult to pick one spot i say is bad, but all of them are very slow. 8 80 92 that san mateo bridge has been slow when we come back. we'll take a look at that silicon valley committee, which is also getting filled up to one, let's go back to the headlines. back to stocks. here is the market has been open for about 90 minutes. we continue to monitor a major slide. a look at the dow jones down by 850 points, almost a loss of 2.5% plus declines are being blamed on inflation again today we learned this morning consumer prices jumped 8.3% in august compared to a year ago. this means everyday household items things like food, clothing, gasoline more expensive than before s and p and nasdaq suffering even deeper losses. s and p is down by three full percentage points. nasdaq is down very close to 4% will keep you posted through the day.
lock those numbers at the bottom left of your screen. pam cook is going to be up soon with her dollars and cents. report. happening today, san francisco's cracking down on illegal street vendors. this means anyone caught without a permit to sell will face consequences. ktvu james torres live at 24th and mission street outside the bart station there. you've been talking with those vendors this morning. that's exactly right. garcia some of them say they're very well aware of this new law . that and the fact that city officials and employees will be coming out and enforcing that new law. other folks that we spoke to say they had no idea that this was happening today and even went as far as packed up their stuff and left after i told them now we're not really seeing too much of that going on this morning. not too many vendors set up just a few this morning. but here's the case today. here at the 24th admission, bart plaza or even at the un plaza to hot spots for this kind of thing, they will now need to show a permanent in order to sell some of this merchandise. if you don't have one, then you will be asked to leave. you may even face a citation or even have your goods
confiscated. mayor london breed put out a statement earlier this year, saying illegal street vending often involves the resale of stolen goods, incentivizing retail theft and harming businesses trying to recover from the impact of the pandemic. we've worked to create a system to support legitimate street vending while disincentivize ng illegal resales. it's an idea approved unanimously by city supervisors back in march, they created regulations for the street vendors that includes filling out an application for a permit, which the city says takes about an hour to do and it costs $430 this morning. those vendors will also be required to leave about six ft. of space on city sidewalks. we've had some folks who've walked by here earlier this morning, who said they've noticed those tarps those blankets would normally sometimes go right up to the street. preventing munich bus riders from getting off comfortably. public works employees will be roaming these popular spots for these mergers. they say anyone without a permit will be told to stop selling and be asked to leave. we haven't seen those city employees out
here just yet. city police officers will also be on standby this morning that they say they won't be involved in anything until they see some city employees being threatened or if they see some of those interactions getting violent. according to the sf chronicle's so far the city has approved about 40 street vendor permits live this morning in san francisco. i'm james torres, ktvu fox two news, james. thank you time now is 804 also happening today. a man in san carlos, charged with using a sword to kill the mother of his child is expected back in court to face the judge. jose land. eta is charged with killing karina castro last week. side of her apartment in san carlos mandate is scheduled to be assigned a doctor who will conduct a mental health evaluation. found not competent to stand trial. well, then that causes a of course the criminal proceedings to be held until he is restored to competency, if ever and the victim or the parents of one year old daughter and the mother had a protective order issued by a court against land eta oh, four. we're now
hearing from some of the people who are nearly hit by a car plowed through a bike party on the streets of oakland. it happened friday night and was caught on camera big group was biking along alcatraz avenue, north oakland, a driver goes through the crowd and keeps on going. one cyclist said he had to jump off his bike just in time before it was hit by the car. his bike went flying. he now says he worries about writing on the streets of berkeley and oakland with his children. i probably could have reached out and touched it very close. and it was scary. it happened too fast. it's horrifying to see somebody used their car like a weapon just because they've been inconvenienced by 10 minutes or however long it takes to pass, you know. the roads are a public resource, and everybody should have a right to share them and use them. police confirm they're investigating this incident as a hit and run. well two of the men running for mayor in oakland were arrested last year in separate incidents on gun charges. oakland side reports. senator scott was arrested last october and faces misdemeanor
charges for pulling a gun on two people. scott says they were trying to steal water heater from a community garden that he operates. scott says he didn't report the incident because police reports in oakland quote lead nowhere. the website. also reports peter leo was arrested in san leandro in january, 21 after he called the alameda county sheriff's office, he says a group of squatters broke into a building that he owns and that he held them at gunpoint until deputies arrived. the police report says an adult and a child in a stroller were there when they arrived. the says no charges have been filed against the u. happening today. the rohnert park city council will debate proposed new regulations to ban people who are homeless from camping in certain areas. the new rules that banned people from camping in areas near creeks, schools or existing homeless shelters, officials say the proposed changes deal with potential damage to environmental resources as well as safety concerns. today, man will be in court as he works to stay in his trailer home. there's mineta san jose airport. the faa said guadalupe garden does not a safe place for people
to live, and the city has been clearing people out of the area. rudy ortegas lived on the streets for more than seven years has lived one year near the airport there. he's filed a restraining order asking the city to give him more time or take us as the city promised to fix his trailer so he could move it, but now says the city is threatening to demolish the trailer and force him out. my caseworker only contacted me once and said, oh, you're going to go into a motel that same day. i still have a trailer here. hello what am i supposed to do? just leave it here? yeah leave it here. no, i'm not going to leave it here. this is this is my money, my heart and money. ortega says he's working to raise the money needed to get the trailer fixed and wants the courts to give him 30 more days to get the work done. cities not commenting on his request. this case is set to be heard this afternoon. separate your time. several people in berkeley are evacuated this morning after an apartment fire tore through their apartment complex yesterday afternoon. firefighters rushed to a three story building on berkeley way between western acton streets. they quickly evacuated the lower floors, but people were trapped on the third floor. it was
pretty bad. it was black, roiling and pretty much filled the stairwell window, like like, like like like an old train and all day like bellowing heavily. many people were hanging out of the windows trying to breathe fresh air, but everyone was evacuated. six people treated for smoke inhalation the costs under investigation. now firefighters continue to gain ground on the massive mosquito fire burning west of lake tahoe. cal fire says it's now 16% contained. that's up from 10% this time yesterday, the virus burned 76 square miles, at least 46 homes and other buildings have burned. the flames are still threatening some 5800 homes. firefighters from across california are working to fully contained the flames. northeast portions of the fire, which is east of the community of forrest hill is the priority. that's the most active part is what we consider the head of the fire. that means that we have a line around it that's wide enough and has enough fuel removed that the fire will not or should not move
beyond it. fire crews are still facing some challenges. the rugged terrain is making it hard to create fire breaks. a lot of that line on this fire is being created in direct and that means it's not being done directly on the fire perimeter edge. it has to be done some distance away because of the ridge lines. mosquito fire started a week ago in plaster county. the flames, then jumped the american river and spread to el dorado county. easternmost front of the fire is 25 miles from the shores of lake tahoe. eldorado county sheriff's office says it has now made seven arrests in the mosquito via zone. these arrests are people that we believe to be either intent or actually victimized in our community. sheriff's deputies repealed the arrest d meeting in el dorado county last night. they did not provide any more details. right now at 809. we do have to show you the east bay commute and you can see it is very slow on 6 80 highway 4
80 also marin, nevada to san rafael. i do want to mention this area here in particular in the middle of the east bay has just been a mess. we've had series of crashes just in this area. they've cleared up, but you know, even after they cleared we've had just a bunch of slow traffic in these areas, so give yourself plenty of extra time. if you're driving to the south bay. all those freeways are slow as well. most people going from east in the valley to west this way towards sunnyvale and cupertino. it's 8 10. let's go back to the desk. so thank you to friends out for a hike ended up being surrounded by a wildfire that was so dangerous that even rescue crews could not get to them coming up here how they managed to escape, also after a break, cutting the national death rate from cancer, the president's new goal and reaction from cancer
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the administration is also creating a new agency to pave the way for new cancer treatments and diagnostic tools. imagine simple blood test. during an annual physical that could detect cancer early. for the chance of secure best imagine. getting a simple shot instead of a grueling chemo, getting the pill from a local pharmacy instead of invasive treatments. and long hospital stays. the issue is personal for east bay congressman marked us on the air who explained it to us at ktvu. my kids, right have it's not curable, so it's trying to kill me all the time. and these drugs are trying to suppress it. t sell strategies, so the deployment of identifying what the cancer is trying to do in staying ahead of it and doing it quickly in a timely this is really transformative. congressman conyers said reducing the price of some cancer drugs is also a top priority. 14 u. s labor force is
at least a half million people below what it would be if there were no covid related illnesses, according to a study co authored by a stanford professor. the study shows about 10 workers out of every 1000 mr week of work due to covid. those workers were about 7% more likely to quit than similar workers who didn't miss work for health reasons. the study didn't include people who took time off of work to take care of family members who were sick with covid. doctors say it's not a surprise people went to burning man are coming back with covid. some 80,000 people attended the nevada festival, which didn't require vaccinations or negative tests. there are no official numbers here, but visitors are posting to social media, including on the burning man related websites that they're complaining about. covid symptoms, things like sore throats, and many have tested positive for covid. three hikers are recovering after they were hit and trapped by a falling tree in san jose. it happened on the mine mine trail in alberton quicksilver park yesterday morning. san jose. firefighters rescued the women after park rangers pinned their phones to locate them. battalion chief brad clark says the 50 to 60 ft
oak tree fell on hikers on a section of the trail sandwich by a narrow and steep drop off. had it knocked any of them off of the trail, they would have fallen significantly far down the side of the hill, probably receiving even more significant injuries were taken to a nearby hospital with moderate to minor injuries. park rangers say they do check the trees for safety each year, but there weren't any reports of problems about trees in that area of the park before yesterday's fall, whatever cause the tree to fall is still under investigation. i was the first day of school. it was fine. i guess i don't know. do you ever look at someone and wonder what is going on inside their head? did you guys pick up on that. wg to find out what's happening. there's a sequel in the works to the 2015 pixar movie inside out. this movie is about a girl from minnesota. back in the first film, she moved the emotion that comes with a big cross countt oo follows young riley's emotions.
but this time, riley is a teenager and coping with all the rich emotions that come with that time of life. the new film inside out to set it theaters in 2024. this one is also being produced by emeryville based pixar to laugh right now, because there's some people on the roads that are just not laughing. they're dealing with major backups. south castaneda is here to talk more about that, so it really has become this fall season very crowded. a lot of people are back in the car and you see it everywhere. you just see slow down to start with the bay bridge. i want to show you that traffic at the toll plaza is backed up big time and you might want to wait it out. they usually this gets better after nine o'clock when, especially when it's very busy earlier. it looks like the crowd passes through. look at the east bay map highway 46 80 80 is backed up from hercules this morning and i just noticed that 5 80 is very, very slow from saint leander, look at look at this whole east bay commute. there's not one freeway i could say, ah, you know, that's good.
even the dumbarton bridge has been slow. when's the last time we mentioned this? that's very slow all the way across. so again news patients because you know that this is the peak of the commute. and if you have flexibility, you may and go a l8 so, rosemary oroczo. that the coast to upper seventies inland areas that were well above 100 100 degrees last week, giving you a look here at what is happening over the golden gate where we have the low clouds in place a little bit of fog. package drizzle perhaps as we get into the afternoon will call for partly cloudy skies along the coast. mostly sunny for the rest of us that moisture and the mid and high level cloud cover is pushing off to the east and we will have the dryer error in the way of at least it's not going to feel quite as humid quite as mcgee and the onshore breeze is going to help to keep it any fire smoke coming from the mosquito fire. in the opposite
direction, which means like tahoe likely to see another day of poor air quality. but for us , we will actually have improved air quality. good to moderate before your afternoon sfo and onshore breeze at 17 mph livermore reporting 13 and we're going to continue with the onshore breeze. in fact, here's a look at the forecast. when it comes to air quality and the smoke. you can see where the mosquito fire is right in there. we continue with this nice cool pacific error that moves through the bay area, and it does again extend and push over towards the smoke towards lake tahoe. unfortunately temperature wise 50 degrees right now in san francisco. cool one over santa rose. a little bit of fog reported there at 53 62 conquered low sixties in the south bay of san jose san jose was hitting 100 degrees last tuesday. take a look at what's expected for the afternoon today . low seventies in the forecast so very mild weather around the bay 68 in san francisco 79 san rafael upper seventies in concord, your extended forecast. asked if this is your kind of
weather. well i've got some great news. we're not going to see much change wednesday. thursday friday into the weekend sixties at the coast seventy's around the bay lower eighties for some of our warmer spots inland and a slight chance at a few scattered showers on sunday , better details with the future cast model coming in the next half hour. rosemary thank you. 20 now what started with a thief stealing a catalytic converter ended up with a police officer in the hospital. details on a chaotic series of events as police are still searching for a thief crisis at the colorado river, california is among seven states worried that the river's water levels are at historic lows.
drought will limit or cut off their access to the colorado river. a deal was brokered a century go to allocate water to seven states, including california that are part of the river basin. but scientists say the region is going through its driest 22 year stretch in the past 1200 years and that water demand is increasing among california farmers and the state of arizona, nevada and utah because of population growth. what our experts sir, concerned supply. california's five largest reservoirs are just 35% full well below where they should be this time of year. if operation and water use means they continue to drop, supply managers say all it takes is one
good year of reign to erase several years of shortages. the training varies it's year by year. it's ah, depending on manufacturers. not only temperature, you know other factors are relative humidity, wind speed, um, and solar radiation. water supply or is it say they are taking climate change into account while planning for the future, which is why they're aiming for more above and below ground water storage and more wastewater purification, telling their story of survival after being surrounded by fast moving flames during a fire in washington state. this happened over the weekend as the bolt fire began racing across the western cascade mountains in the northeastern part of that state. bishop and steve cooper run a mountaintop when they first saw huge flames coming toward them. they called for help, but they were told the conditions were too dangerous for rescue crews to come and save them. there was definitely one of those moments where you kind of just we're like, all right, this is it. we're probably gonna not gonna make this awesome the trail in
front of this smoke and just rub from the claim it roared like a jet engine. that was our route down the mountain in front of us , and it was engulfed in flames. those it was terrifying. the two hikers managed to find a trail on the back side of the mountain and they got down safely took more than six hours before they finally made it back to a road. opening day for the miami dolphins included some excitement. no one really wanted that dozen cars went up in flames in the parking lot of hard rock stadium. investigators believe it started when someone pushed a barbecue grill under a car during a tailgate party. the fire started after most of the fans had gone inside the stadium and there were no injuries. francisco police are looking for a catalytic converter thief who injured a police officer during a chaotic escape attempt. it started yesterday morning on greenwich street near coit tower . police responding to reports of a catalytic converter theft, so suspicious vehicle tied to the crime officers tried to stop it, but the car sped away with a man and woman inside. vehicle attempted to flee the area. and
while doing so struck one of the officers and the marked patrol vehicle. the injured officer was taken to the hospital is expected to make a full recovery. please say the suspected thieves then made their way to the embarcadero with their car collided with several other vehicles. officers took the woman into custody. they are still looking for the man. more than 90,000. railroad workers could go on strike as soon as this friday. they're all freight line workers from major companies, including union pacific and six x, but the threat of a strike is already affecting amtrak service. amtrak says it's suspending some of its long haul passenger routes, including the california zephyr between emeryville and chicago. that's because amtrak uses railways operated by the freight railroads. there is a strike other amtrak routes as well as a strain and caltrain service would likely be affected. the late queen elizabeth's coffin heading back to london coming up what's happening today ahead of her state funeral, also easing
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was betrayed by police. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto and welcome back. i'm gasia mikaelian the end, andre senior. today is tuesday. september 13th it is coming up on 8 30 right now we have got clouds in the west fog in the east. rosemary oroczo is here to tell us about the weather that we're dealing with on this tuesday and seasonably cool. happy to report hilo, andre and garcia. hello to all of you. yesterday temperatures fell off by five even 10 degrees, and we are going to continue with a little bit of cooling today, settling into a very mild patterns. so the morning clouds willie road we're looking at partly cloudy skies for the coastline today and nice and sunny for the rest of us for temperatures ranging from sixties at the coast to upper seventies for our hotter spots. better details on what you can expect. coming up in just a little bit. it is 8 30. let's check on traffic this morning was sell a we do have traffic that is going to be really busy, and one of the busiest spots would be the middle of the bay 8
80 92 84 right there. i can back it up a little bit cemetery. oh, and the dumbarton bridge are very slow that we had a car fire on the same mateo bridge earlier . it took him a while to get rid of it, and the traffic is still recovering. there have been a couple of stalled vehicles in that people just kind of kong king out. to 80 in san jose is also slow getting up to the west valley that whole south bay community sloan. let's not forget about the east bay 8 80. also 5 80 are slow heading towards the bay bridge. it takes 31. let's go back to the headlines sell. thank you. a new report says san jose police should have better training about how to search vehicles and how to handcuff someone. the city council will review and discuss that report from the san jose police auditor's office later today. ktvu l a. rasmus is here this morning to break it all down for us. ali andre. the santa fe police auditor's office is its own independent office. it answers directly to the mayor and city council, not the police department. it doesn't have the authority to enact any department policy changes, but
it can raise concerns and point out trends to city leaders in the public, and later today, the auditor's office will formally present this report to the city council at its regular meeting. some of the things the report found include 30% of san jose. police officers had a complaint filed against them in 2021. that's an increase from the year before, when it was one out of every four officers. judge let doris hazard cordell is the former san jose police auditor. she served in that role for five years, and she talked about what's important to focus on when it comes to analyzing those complaints. if you look at the history and the track record of complaints coming into the against the police department and that are investigated, they differ from year to year. what you want to look at our what kinds of allegations are contained in those complaints. 16% of those complaints contained use of force allegations. the auditor's office also reviewed 240 closed internal affairs investigations and agreed with their
conclusions about 80% of the time but in about 10 to 18% of the cases did not. the report also makes recommendations like improving police community communications, specifically having officers avoid swear words or calling people dude or bro during police stops. the report also recommends better guidance from the department on vehicle searches and handcuffing detainees, as well as gaining and training training on appropriate when it's appropriate for officers to chase someone on foot, adding that police departments from las vegas to palo alto have specific department policies and foot pursuits, while san jose police does not gasia and audrey back to you, ali rasmus. thank you. the chp is investigating a suspected highway shooting in lafayette. gunfire was first reported shortly before 10 o'clock last night on eastbound highway 24 near oak hill road. the officers who arrived at the scene said they found a black honda civic with a shattered driver's side window. the driver was not seriously hurt. no word at this point on any arrests.
the investigation continues into another shooting highway shooting this one in the east bay city of oakland. and we told you about this yesterday morning is breaking news right here on mornings onto it happened around five o'clock along how we foreign contra costa county investigators say the shooting followed an apparent road rage incident involving people into vehicles. one woman was hurt in the gunfire and the shooting led to a chain reaction crash involving as many as four vehicles. investigators will now review license plate readers and surveillance camera footage to try and identify those responsible. technology is hopefully deterring people from engaging in lawless behavior that it causes people to pause and think that extra second or two before they pull again and fire it in public. well the gunfire yesterday morning was the latest in a series of shootings on how we four over the past several years and county of san francisco is being sued by a woman who says police used her dna from a rape kit to identify high to a debt to identify her as a suspect in
another crime. last year, the woman's being identified only as jane doe, former san francisco de a chaser. bodine exposed the issue earlier this year. ktvu evan sernoffsky talked with the woman back in march. you put a lot of trust in the people in the system. to make yourself vulnerable like that. do you feel like they lived up to their into their bargain? absolutely not. absolutely not the opposite . they betrayed my trust. even more and it just made me relive the whole situation. this is the woman's attorney says she is suing the city and the police department. jane doe came to the police looking for help. she came to the police looking for them to do right by her. and instead the police betrayed her. san francisco's police chief bill scott says he's made sure no rape kits or ever used again to identify possible criminal
suspect earlier this year. san francisco band the city's crime lab from storing victim dna for criminal investigative purposes. 8 35 your time right now, dozens of residents, positions and interns that usually accept many of children's hospital of oakland are set to take a strike vote today. the threatened to walk out stems from a stalemate in their contract talks with hospital management. the resident physicians and interns are demanding better pay and increased staffing. the strike vote is scheduled to end on thursday. 8 36 now right now, king charles is back in his way to london to receive his mother's coffin. earlier today, king charles and his wife were in northern ireland, where they received a message of condolence for the death of queen elizabeth by the speaker of the northern ireland assembly. the king reflected on his mother's legacy in assisting with the peace process in northern ireland. my mother felt deeply i know the significance of the role she herself. played in bringing
together those whom history had separated. and then extending a hand to make possible the healing of long held hurts. thousands of people lined up outside st giles cathedral in edinburgh, scotland, to pay their respects to the queen. just a short time ago, the queen's coffin was removed from the cathedral will be flown to london for a final night at buckingham palace. tomorrow, there will be a formal procession to the houses of parliament, where she lie in state until her funeral on monday. it is now. 8 37 actress sheryl lee ralph has receiving praise on social media for her unique emmy award acceptance speech. um and then danger speech. she mm. or else saying she's an artist and woman of color, making her an endangered species and entertainment. she
became only the second black woman to win best supporting actress in a comedy for her work in elementary, oakland's india became the first black woman to win an emmy for lead actress in a drama series twice for her role as a recovering teen drug addicts in euphoria. my greatest wish for euphoria was that it could help heal people and, um i just want to say thank you to everyone who has shared their story with me. well, the comedy drama white lotus, about a resort chain and its guests and employees one the most emmys this year with 10. there is a partial list now. the big winners the family empire saga succession, one outstanding drama for the second time. ted lasso about an american football coach hired to lead a british soccer club won a second straight emmy for comedy. it's star jason today is also took home a second straight at me and amanda siegfried won the limited series lead actress trophy for her portrayal of fairness founder elizabeth holmes. in the dropout excitement's building for the mill valley film festival. now just a few weeks
away, this festival features the highly anticipated sequel to knives out glass. onion follows the detective played by daniel craig to greece, or he solves a mystery set on an island hideaway. the film's director and actors kathryn hahn, leslie odom jr and kate hudson are all set to appear at the festival, which begins in october. good films there wow looks awesome art. so many things over to our forecast now, with the changing of the weather from last week, rosemary oroczo is here with more on that. yes we have unseasonably cool weather in the forecast for the days ahead. temperatures fell off a good 5 10 degrees yesterday, and we are going to see additional calling for today. with mid sixties to upper seventies in our forecast from the coast and around the bay. here's a live look over the golden gate bridge where we do have the cloud cover overhead. still, at this time, i had seen a little bit of blue sky. by their but the clouds continue along the coast just inside the bay and partly cloudy to mostly clear for the rest of us temperatures are still down by
several degrees compared to yesterday. senate resident by eight livermore down by six down by two. 60 degrees right now. sfo santa rosa, a little bit of fog there at the airport and santa rosa, one of the spots trailing behind this morning in the low fifties, we've got mid sixties in brentwood and the onshore breeze through the delta at this time, 22 mph sustained and gusting to 28. this is the strongest i have seen it and at least a week even more. of course, considering last week we had that record breaking heat. oakland 16 mph napa 14th so beginning to see again a cooler powder and that will continue. you in through the rest of the business week, maybe even a few sprinkles on sunday. the cloud cover along the coastline will turn partly quality for the afternoon today, mostly clear for the rest. the mid and high level moisture that was bringing us the added humid mugginess filling is out of the area. you can see areas over this year, continuing with a little bit of activity there. hopefully some
beneficial rain coming to areas near the mosquito fire and hopefully for lake tahoe as well help to clean out some of that error. 79 degrees the afternoon high for santa rosa upper sixties in san francisco, low seventies in oakland for today, upper seventies livermore and 73 in san jose, with good to moderate air quality, better details on the afternoon high as for today, the rest of the week and the possibility of some rain coming up in just a little bit. rosemary thank you. it's a 41. september is suicide awareness month and there is more help than ever before. for people who are struggling this morning on the nine we're talking live with the head of the center that serves as a crucial lifeline for anyone in immediate need about how we can all help. australian man killed by a kangaroo he was keeping as a pet coming up what happened when emergency
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27 supports non-gaming tribes and includes strict audits that ensure funds go directly to people off the streets and into there's only one choice. yes on 27. kept as a pet killed the man who'd been keeping him in southwest australia. police say relative found the 77 year old man on his property with serious injuries. on sunday, the animal ended up being shot and killed because it was preventing paramedics from reaching the man. the victim died at the scene. i think ultimately we have to remember that kangaroos are wild animals and that it's great to have encounters with wild animals. it's great to see
them, but we should respect them. we should keep our distance and we shouldn't we shouldn't really make pets of them. legal restrictions prevent keeping native australian animals as pets. police say it's unknown whether or not the men had a permit the last known kangaroo related fatality in australia was in 1936 travel between the bay area and new york you'll lose a major option by the end of october. reuters reports that an internal memo from united airlines indicates united once more time slots for when it can take off and land at jfk for flights at sfo and l a x and that could mean the airline may cancel those flights in favor of other ones. knighted only has two daily nonstop flights between jfk and sfo. american has four, while delta and alaska airlines each have five. another billionaire had a serious problem with one of his pet projects. brazos rocket company, blue origin has its first launch failure. the rocket took off. one minute later, he had an engine it had the rocket
had an engine failure. the booster cut out an automatic abort, saved the crew capsule, which had no crew onboard. what did carry several nasa experiments. the faa says it will oversee blue origins. investigation of the incident, latest read on inflation, was released this morning and sent stocks down right now it's more than 800 points down. of course , the concern now is about interest rates. pam cook is taking a look into all of this and more in dollars and cents. as i mentioned yesterday, it's the first of many reports out this week. that's certainly going to affect wall street. the consumer price index came in this morning rose in august. despite lower gas prices, economists were actually expecting ast that report indics inflation is still high, and the feeling on wall street is that the fed will increase interest rates another three quarters of a percent at its meeting this month. it also means the fed is more likely to continue its aggressive hikes longer than investors expected. and with that sentiment the dow dropped more than 500 points right away
, right. when that opening bell rang this morning, we watched it drop and as we take you live to the new york stock exchange, it continued that downward trend down two and three quarters of a percent. almost 900 points now the s and p 500 now at 39 80 down 3% the nasdaq also down 4% 7 11,068. it is down almost 500 points there so back below. 12,000 for the nasdaq, the man now known as the twitter whistleblower, has been testifying on capitol hill and what he is saying could have a huge, far reaching ramifications for twitter. and it's $44 billion deal with elon musk. twitter's former security chief , peters atco told the senate judiciary committee that twitter executives quote don't, where is or on your doors. employees then have to have too much access to too much data and too many systems. you can think of it
this way, which is it doesn't matter who if you don't have any locks on the door plagued by week. cyber defenses. the inability to control millions of fake accounts and managers who prioritize profits over security and privacy threats. twitter fired zach co. earlier this year . twitter says he was terminated for ineffective leadership and poor performance. legal analysts predict elon musk will use that cause allegations to get out of the twitter merger or lower the price. amazon, snapping up a robotics company as part of an automation strategy. the belgian company specializes in warehouse , robotics and technology. amazon created a robotics division in 2012 and started using automation in 2019 to package move and stack merchandise. the value of the deal has not been released. amazon currently has about 520,000 warehouse robots, helping with inventory and logistics. alternative solutions
to student loans are being explored to ease concerns about paying for college education report in forbes says some companies are now offering financial wellness programs to help students and save parents from using their retirement funds to pay for their kids. tuition many workplaces are now also offering some sort of tuition reimbursement for students, so maybe ask for that as a perk. financial advisorsana way to avoid excess. pam cook, t your dollars and cents. thank you pay 49 your time now, little more than an hour from now the nba champion golden state warriors will begin selling single game tickets. season ticket holders will be the first to get a chance to purchase those tickets at 10 a.m. this pre sale last through tomorrow with different times for different member groups such as chase cardholders and warriors. insiders tickets go on sale for the general public on thursday. the home opener is october 18th against the los angeles lakers
49 a final check of a wild traffic morning, south castaneda . you said it, but i will reiterate we haven't seen a morning like this. in several months. at least, you know what ? and we've been seeing more people going back to the office. gasia and andre. i think a lot of people have to be there now. it used to be more of an option. now i'm getting the feeling that more people have to go. and you can tell. let's go out and take a look at the bay bridge. you can see traffic is backed up. still this is kind of a later commute here and see a late commute on 80 from hercules highway four. same material brie had an earlier car fire we had earlier motorcycle accident. those are all gone. look at that he south bay has been slow everywhere. just been that yep, they gotta be back in the office. a lot of boss wants me m driving to work and you can tell 50 let's bring rosemary back.
yes what are they like? when it comes to the weather salad? we got some good news to report. here. we've got temperatures continuing to cool off just a little bit. in fact, below the seasonal norm. we have the low clouds, the fog, the onshore breezes, helping to keep that smoke and haze away from the bay area. we will have good to moderate air quality and more blue sky and we're getting rid of the mid and high level clouds that brought on the added humidity and muggy, filling storm tracker to hear low clouds at the coast. little bit of drizzle out there again, the onshore breeze all the result of a trough that is beginning to dig a little bit closer to the west coast coming in from the pacific northwest, that is going to keep us very status quo for the next few days, and then we have a second system that drops in and even provides the opportunity of a few scattered showers. on sunday. i'll show you more than just moment. sfr reporting 17 mph on shore berries hayward 13 but gusting to 20, and we do have arning
, so that said, we will continue with very mild weather. here's a look at the afternoon. partly cloudy skies at the coast mostly clear for the rest of us that moisture has moved off to the east, hopefully scattered showers for the afternoon over areas of near the mosquito fire as well as the sierra. but this is what i was talking about a moment ago. the time stamp here is sunday morning, and you notice how us that system just kind of dropped in from the pacific northwest northern california. scattered showers perhaps will pick up a few sprinkles. you can see here. it doesn't look like a lot. but early season rain, maybe in the forecast for the back end of your weekend. we'll continue to watch it 58 degrees right now in san francisco for the inner east base, 65 in brentwood and for the north bay. a cool 53 in santa rosa san jose, a beautiful day coming your way temperatures and about 71 degrees for your lunch hour and then load a mid seventies right there during the afternoon 73 for san mateo 68 in san francisco north bay, 76 napa upper seventies for some of our
hotter spots 77 in livermore sub course. livermore again last tuesday, breaking an all time record at 1 16. here's a look at the extended forecasts where we will see very little change seventies too low eighties for warmer locations all the way into the weekend. when again we may see a little bit of what weather come our way on sunday back to you. rosemary. thank you. coffee lovers. this one's for you. reports say coffee is actually good for you with some exceptions, of course, when you join us on the nine, we're breaking down the health benefits and looking into how much coffee is actually too much for you. also governor newsom is a champion for cleaner. greener technology will tell you why his opposing a proposition on the november ballot that says it would pay for some of the cornerstone to the effort to fight climate change.
storm k has helped firefighters make some good progress against a wildfire near hemet in riverside county. the fairview fire started last monday. it's burned more than 43,000 square miles as of this morning, actually, it must be acres. as of this morning. the fire is at 53% containment more than it doesn't buildings have been destroyed. two people who were trying to escape the flames were killed the day this fire started. cleanup efforts are underway in los angeles county following a mudslide that stranded 50 people in their cars near lake hughes. authorities say that people were helped by firefighters on the ground while others were hoisted to safety by helicopter crews. no reports of any injuries. 8 57. now governor, newsom says he is against proposition on the november ballot that would increase taxes on the wealthy to fund climate change projects. fellow california's i need to warn you about proposition 30 30 would raise taxes on people earning more than $2 million a year that money would go towards incentives for electric car purchases, charging stations and wildfire prevention. we don't
think we're doing enough to address air pollution and wildfires and climate change and one of the best ways that we can address. those problems is through prop 30. supporters say it will help reach the state's emission goals. the no campaign points to billions of dollars a state has already spent on fighting climate change. if this passes, you're gonna have all sorts of corporations publicly traded company out there trying to go to the ballot for tax increases for what it is that they want, so this is really bad public policy. the governor's position is similar with those who are concerned that money raised for electric vehicles will displace the education budget. the state has a maximum spending limit that would require a could require the legislature to reduce money and other budgets to make room for the new spending. if this proposition is approved happening today, san jose's mayor assembly cardozo in washington, d. c to attend the white house event celebrating the passage of the inflation reduction act. president biden and vice president harris are
expected to speak. ricardo will also meet with white house officials about opportunities for san jose's goals for infrastructure and the climate launches a new schedule to reduce wait time for riders in his schedule eliminates scheduled single tracking in san francisco and adds options for earlier trains. it also provides better spacing between trains. bart says the new schedule should give riders better consistency seven days a week. we completely rewrote the schedule to find efficiencies in it, and that's how we got this standard schedule the seven days a week where whatever we have on sunday, we have every other day, and so we just know that we need to win our writers back, and you do that by providing good quality service. that's predictable. we know that and that's what we're working on. the new schedule better reflects the current trend of working from home with fewer trains running during the weekdays angeles counties announcing the first confirmed death in the united states from monkey pox, or m parks, as the state is calling it, health officials
announced. an autopsy confirmed the cause of death. the patient was severely immunocompromised and had been in the hospital. this marks the 19th death from the virus worldwide. doctors are checking whether a person in texas who also had monkeypox specifically died from that virus. don't look good, obstructed sidewalks and a feeling of disarray. that's how some residents subscribe. illegal street bending in one san francisco neighborhood report on what will start happening today to those operating without a permit. then there have been complaints against nearly a third of the officers and one south bay police department. what you want to look at our what kinds of allegations are contained forces with vehicle searches will break down the issues in the police force for the biggest city in the bay area. plus dozens of homes gone, thousands more still under threat. northeast portions of the fire, which is east of the community of
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