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order is because they don't know enough about the process and don't trust the legal system to be fair to them and their families. people in the northwest and beyond, were rattled by an earthquake and some aftershocks are those who felt the shaking described what happened and we have video that shows the moment the ground started to shake. plus that massive fire burning in the sierra triggers more evacuations firefighters are dealing with that makes these flames so difficult to fight. then it's a different story on stocks this morning how markets are reacting to new inflation data just released after taking a major dive on yesterday's news. from ktvu. fox news. this is mornings on tv. welcome back, gasia mikaelian. good morning. i'm dave clark to wednesday. it's september 14th, and it's always good to see you two have cool, comfortable weather outside. good coming in. did
roberta's here has our forecast ? lots of tell you it was better sweater weather for all of us, right and better sleeping weather for most of us. i know i got to throw open the windows. it feels like autumn is in the air, but autumn officially arrives one week from tomorrow with our shorter days and are longer nights. wow officials sent it was at 6 50 thank you to the engineers and toc this morning for providing us with this beautiful view, looking out at the cloud deck rolling into the bay this morning 49 degrees in santa rosa. it's pretty much overcast. everywhere we have fifties and sixties are common from brentwood. back to hayward into fremont. later today, we'll call it partly cloudy a bit on the bricks side with the winds out of the west 10 to 20 mph. our numbers will stack up from 67 pacifica to our outside number. 78 degrees rain and the chances of it. we'll talk about that coming up. but right now, let's have a hearty welcome and good morning to south castaneda.
alright roberta. thank you very much. yeah there's traffic out there. it's just not as uh, slow as it was yesterday. there is one spot, though. that is pretty slow, and that would be the bay bridge that is backed up and we had some earlier issues that kind of started backing up early. i think it's moving through efficiently now, but i would still give myself 10 minutes extra this morning, 80. we had some earlier problems as well, minor issues that slowed the commute. these are becoming kind of normal slowdowns almost everywhere. 8 80 getting the 92 salmon tail bridge is crowded heading out to the peninsula. 702 let's get back to the headlines. thank you. we want to take you live to lo on at 702. these are live pictures as you can see here. the coffin more. you can see the crown on top of the coffin being carried by horse drawn gun carriage and the family members of the royal family or walking behind her as it moves from the houses of
parliament to the houses of parliament. it will lie in state until the funeral is held early next week. people have been lining up for hours waiting to see the queens coffin passed by paying their respect, remembering her legacy, certainly hoping for their country's future is now king charle is both in a state of leading the uk while mourning the death of his mother. here we see i believe the young princes in the center of the screen. we will, of course, keep you posted and keep bringing good live pictures of what's happening in the uk again. this is live live from london, where watching as the body of queen elizabeth is being carried where it will lie in state for days will bring you more all this morning's onto time is now 703 back here at home. some people who live and work in the s ta rosa area cleaning up some of the massive was caused by a magnitude 4.4 earthquake is here in studio. another quake didn't cause any major damage, ali, but it did rattle some nerves. as you might expect. definitely. it was a 4.4
magnitude quake. that was the first one that the u. s geological survey confirmed. but there are actually two quakes. after that, 4.4 just after 6 30 in the evening, there was a 4.3 magnitude aftershock. take a look. dew point. of your shared this i home surveillance video with us, you can see and hear. the rattling didn't last very long, but it was strong enough to knock things off shelves in people's homes and even create some small cracks and ceilings. the dogs were acting weird, so i actually let them out in the backyard and not 10. seconds later. i had to grab ahold o the doorframe for our between our kitchen and our dining room because it was jolting so bad. again no reports of any injuries . but immediately afterward , santa rosa fire fighters were busy responding to calls ranging from people getting stuck into elevators to reports of people smelling gas in the area. there was some cleanup needed after that 4.4 quake in that 4.3
aftershock, you could see it knocked bottles off store shelves and kind of tossed around cans and jars in display cases. santa rosa fire arshal says there were also a lot of reports of a busted pipes and some leaks inside and outside. homes in the area. several people told ktvu. they had one of those earthquake alert apps on their phone and that it worked pretty well. it gave them a notice on their phone, which gave him about a few seconds before the ground started shaking gasia and dave back to yo . all right, ali. thank you time now. 705 classes will resume today at vallejo high school, but there will be extra security after an assistant football coach was shot while trying to break up a fight. now the blog called vallejo crime and safety, posted this video of the fight it involved. students and several unidentified males who olice call outsiders these males and gone into a getaway car and fired several shots back towards the school. our reporters. our sourc are telling us the coach who was
wounded was defensive coordinator joseph pastrana. it's a tragedy anytime a shooting happens in front of us. a campus and i believe that this is this was an act committed by people who do not value human life. coach pastrana, we're told will be okay. there's no word about any suspects in the case. counselors will be there at the school today, along with extra police, a student at madison park academy in east oakland is now facing criminal charges after a shooting at the school last month, investigators have determined a 12 year old cidentally fired a gun that the student brought on campus. august 29th. a bullet from the gun hit another student that wounded student 13 years old was taken to highland hospital. he has since been released. 706 happening later this morning, alameda county sheriff's deputy devin williams jr scheduled to enter a plea for allegedly killing a woman he was dating as well as her husband. he's
charged with two counts of murder for the deadly shooting of maria and venison tran in their home in dublin earlier th month. deputy williams is being held without bail at the very same jail. he was working at only hours before he allegedly killed bad married couple in november, californians will vote on a proposition that would amend the state constitution to include reproductive rights. california's currently launching a website that includes a section for people coming from other states to have an abortion here. it contains information about service providers, health insurance and support groups. the state budget includes more th $200 million in additional funding for reproductive health services. portion remains legal and protected in california. we have your back absolute critical . next step in california being a reproductive freedom state. thank you. republican south carolina senator lindsey graham is introducing a bill that would ban abortion nationwide after 15
weeks except for cases of incest or if the mother's life is in danger. abortion is not banned in america slept up to elected officials in america to define the issue. you have states have the ability to do at the state level. and we have t ability in washington to speak on this issue if we choose i have chosen to speak. with president biden in office and democrats controlling both ouses of congress. senator graham's bill has no chance of passing if republicans take control of congress in november, the chances of his bill passing improved dramatically time now 708 firefighters trying hard to keep them mosquito fire away from the town of forrest hill in the sierra now the fire grew fast yesterday with strong winds pushing flames towards that town. the crews rushed to far as ill to cut fire lines and also start backfires to keep it from spreading . while tanker planes dropped retardants from the air
, the town's market and high school both were in danger at one point, but firefighters kept anything from burning down. you got the fire department. you've got the engine prepared there. the pump is running. you got lot ladder set, so then climb the roof. quickly. you've got hose lines deployed. to hopefully mitigate that situation. that fire has burned more than 58,000 acres. it is 25% contained evacuation orders have expanded for communities in both plaster and el dorado county's people have evacuated from the mosquito fire zone say they're finding community and comfort while waiting on news about their homes at a red cross evacuation center in rockland volunteers brought warm meals and provided music for the evacuees. people there say they're leaning on each other to get through hard times. you know, there's people that have cried and we've cried with them. there's people that ve laughed and we laughed with them. but we do we see that
there is hope. it's been a little crazy. it's the unknown is the hardest part. you know. you don't know what's going on there. i did evacuate thursday. i guess it was when they said you'd better leave now. thousands are still evacuated. no word as to when they can go back home time is 7 10 gasia bringing to take you live back to london. these are live pictures. you're looking at king charles and members of the royal family. the queen the coffin of queen elizabeth has arrived at westminster hall. it is on that podium that's in front of us right now. the queen will lie in state for four days. just take a moment and listen to some of the ceremony now that the queen has arrived. oh, god. the maker and redeemer of all mankind. grant us. with i servant queen
elizabeth. and all the faithful departed. the shore benefits of the eye, sons, saving passion and glorious resurrection. that in the last day when all things are gathered up in christ. we may with them enjoy the fullness of the eye promises. through jesus christ, our lord. oh, man. let not your heart be troubled. he believed in god. believe also in me. in my father's house are many mansions. if it were not so. i would have told you. i go to prepare a place for you. and if i go and prepare a place for
you, i will come again. and receive you unto myself. that where i am . there. ye may be also and with a i go, you know. and the way you now thomas saith unto him. lord. we know not with other going west. and how can we know the way. jesus saith unto him. i am. the way the truth. and the life. no man cometh unto the father. but by me . we're listening. live from london were inside westminster hall. you see members of the royal family there as queen elizabeth has been arried into westminster hall. she will lie
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what's making investors nervous , andre and we'll continue to watch the markets right now you can see markets are up right now. the dow up 65 points at the moment. it was released by the way of the consumer price index for august that caused all that trouble yesterday, showing cost rose 8.3% last month compared to one year ago, the s and p 500 dropped 4, the nasdaq slipping 5. after the release of that report, you can see how much the stock market plunge right there under 1000 points there, the stubborn inflation rate making economists and investors concerned the federal reserve will need to continue its aggressive interest rate hikes and perhaps even longer than expected, some of the largest cost increase were for food such as meats, eggs, fish, milk, fruits, vegetables in coffee business owners say the rising cost of everything is making it difficult. to make a profit. from our cups to our spoke to our straws. syrups have been extremely high and the milk has been extremely high. even our pastries are pastries are up about 20. if prices continue to rise, it could force businesses to lay off employees and even
cause a recession. if we do shop a bit less and save a bit more that, of course, while it's individually, very sensible and prudent, uh in the aggregate can actually caused the recession that we're trying to guard ourselves against. the only encouraging sign is that gas prices as we all know, dropped slightly. the federal reserve is scheduled to meet next tuesday and wednesday and could decide to increase interest rates by that three quarters of a percentage. you can see right now. the dow up 59 points at the sarah will see how the rest of the day goes back over to you, andre. thank you, 7 17, if you really really love pizza, you don't have to fly to italy together, and italian food website just released its list of the world's 100. top pizzerias number one on that list of restaurant right outside of naples, italy, but number 10 on the list is in san francisco . tony's pizza. napolitano on
stockton street in san francisco . it's won several awards. it's famous for its pizza, margherita. and the savory cow alitalia now number 89 on the less copia. zero it has restaurants in san francisco in mountain view and conquered. all right, just so, you know, gasia pepperoni and black olives for me, but not at 7 18 in the morning. no copying a donut to get you out the door south castaneda's monitoring once again to sort of tricky morning commute, it has been and gasia. some people have been up for so a pizza sounds good. others have just woken up. but if you just want to grab whatever and get on the road, let's go out toward the san mateo bridge, and it's crowded. it's moderate. it's not as bad as yesterday. when we had a car fire on the span. today, it's just crowded. i think some people may be avoiding the bay bridge, which was crowded because of an earlier collision here on the bridge toll plaza. we can also see that the east
bay communities getting filled in and so is the drive from novato to san rafael. how we for any of the bay point again. when it starts getting slow, we get fewer serious crashes, but we got a lot more slow traffic. 7 18. let's bring roberta gonzalez back in here. i love the fog. i did, too. i was just telling david garcia that my son went to cop comedy store over the weekend, right? and he went to some pizzeria and had clams on his pizza, and he loved it. i said what your girlfriend think, though, you know, i mean, alright, we do. enjoy the fog this morning. good morning, everybody out. the door. we do have pretty much a gray slate. it is going to pan out to be a wonderful weather day. much cooler than what we've experienced a week. in fact, this is the coolest day this weekend this week and weekend 67 to 78 degrees. i'll take it. that's what it looks like. i believe from soochow tower, just plain old gray slate. we have a combination of clouds at 600, ft . 1200 ft and another higher
deck as well. 49 degrees right now, in santa rosa, it is 58 degrees in san jose, and temperatures today are going to average up to about nine degrees. below normal. alright how about that? this is our storm tracker radar. we don't have any precipitation inside except for little condensation along the seashore from the deep marine layer so today with that drizzle will take it and then look what's behind that area of low pressure. we do have a chance of showers by sunday. it's true. rain here in the bay area, but not today. 67 in pacifica, 2 77 throughout the tri valley. it'll be 76 degrees in santa rosa and 78. morgan hill notice around the bay today temperatures pretty much in the low seventies. if you're heading out to the baseball game is afternoon baseball in the sun. southwest winds at 13 70 degrees as a giants play host to the braves. all right here you have
it again today, the coolest day of the work week and then here you have thursday breezy winds, but nice smile days ahead with that chance of rain showers. garcia and david looks promising by sunday evening. thank you. 7 21. americans have lost more than a billion dollars to romance fraud schemes as they look for love online, and his online dating is becoming more and more popular. scammers are getting smarter next, how the scams work and who's being targeted and we're going to tell you where parents are demanding action after they say their children were targeted with racist taunts during a volleyball game coming up after the break, one mother speaking out after another accusation of racist taunting at a different school where she and the others want to see happen now.
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this video from death valley's badwater basin. hurricane k, led to heavy rain across southern california and created these unexpected waterfalls saturday afternoon that there was so much mud and water officials had to shut down highway 1 90, the main road in and out of death valley, part of it is still closed due to road damage, and there's no estimate as to when it will reopen. new data suggests many parents remained hesitant day when it comes to getting children vaccinated. easy new stats from the cdc show only 7% of children between the ages of
six months and four years old have received at least one covid vaccination dose. the rates are a lot higher for older children , some 38% for ages 55 to 11 70% for ages. 12 to 17 years old children now make up a much higher percentage of covid cases. more than 19% just last week, another texas family has filed a complaint about racist taunts from the crowd at a sporting event. the most recent incident happened at a volleyball game in houston. most of the players on the st agnes academy team or racial minorities. karen morton's daughter is afro latina. morton says the other team's supporters were making monkey sounds at her daughter's team. they heard it. you know, three minority girls at the net like what is that another team may heard the actual word monkey. the word
monkey has been used as a racial slur against black people for more than a century. this report comes less than a week after a similar complaint was filed after a volleyball match near nearby katy, texas. in that case , parents and students said the mostly white students section there made monkey noises during that match as well. school officials in both incidents say they're investigating. the players say no one's talked with them about what happened or to see how they're doing. our time is 7 26. most students really don't like taking tests at school. there's a new survey out showing tests are harming generation z 86% felt anxiety, 76% said. it happened in the past six months. the study suggests anxiety effects other parts of the school experience. it makes students less optimistic about their future, researchers say, increasing aware access to mental health resources during an exam is key to academic success now, 7 26 cracking down on teenagers who
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very area of football coaches in the hospital after being shot outside of a high school. we are live outside of alejo high school will tell you what happened as he was trying to break up a fight and the historic drought continues to affect california. now more water restriction to coming for some bay area residents will tell you who will have to cut water use and the reason why from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. well, good morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome back to mornings on two. i'm dave clark gasia mikaelian it's wednesday, september 14th. the weather is pleasant, even chilly for some of us roberta gonzalez here detailing some welcome changes. you nailed it there, gasia because 49 degrees in santa rosa is chilly for many. so you need a light jacket or maybe even a heavy sweater to make it through
the morning hours. hi everybody . let's go ahead and take a look outside right now. picture 49 santa rosa 2 59 in concord. it is now in the low sixties, and hayward and san francisco sits at 60. good morning. santa's a. your sporting 58 degrees. we do have a little fog and drizzle this morning with some light winds. otherwise becoming partly cloudy and unseasonably cool away from the bay into our inland areas. clouds played tag with the coast tonight, enrolled back in temperature wise 67 degrees in pacifica to 10 degrees warmer than that, in antioch. otherwise are outside number 78 fairfield and also in concord as well as morgue unhealed. we're talking rain chances, and we will detail that that's later on in the newscast, but right now, okay, so where are you busy at the east bay. glad you asked that question, roberta. because the east bay is slow. it's not as slow as it was yesterday. but let's go out and see what we have. now, with some of the road sensors firing up
red on highway four on interstate 6 18 on interstate 80 and the bay bridge, cut off to a rough start. we had a crash earlier in the morning. some people have diverted. it's obvious over to that salmon tail bridge and the same mateo bridge does have some slow traffic there. when we come back, we'll take a look at some of the other bay area bridges. and also some of the south bay commuter at 7 32. let's get right back to the headlines. thank you alejo students, parents and staff have alejo high school will see more security this morning, including police officers on the campus. ktvu demagogues is there at the school where of football coach was injured yesterday in a shooting and you have more information. good morning, emma. good morning, dave. the shooting is still under investigation, and police are have not made any arrests. as of yet the shooting happened in front of the high school yesterday afternoon shortly after dismissal at 3 45 in the afternoon, and there were still students on campus. there
were there was a college fair going on. there were approximately 200 student athletes and three classes still in session of fight had broken out among students and an unknown group in front of the school and health. police say three males referred to as outsiders fled in a dark colored sedan, and as we drove off, they shot backwards towards the group. if you look at what actually happened, you know it's concerning. you know, this was shots fired from a car. that's that's that's a problem. the school's assistant football coach, who had intervened to try to break up the fight was shot by a bullet and taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injury. sources of identified him as joseph pastrana, defensive coordinator for the football team. we have a courageous staff member who came out here to protect children. and the fact that he was here. potentially he saved a child's life. there will be counselors
and psychologists on site available to students today, and classes are resuming on a normal schedule. the motive and people involved in the shooting are still being investigated by police reporting live in alejo, emma goss, ktvu fox two news, emma. thank you, the city of antioch's rolling out changes to its police department, including how canine teams are used. councilwoman monica wilson says the changes are needed as the fbi and the da's office continue their investigations into police conduct and policies. eight officers are on administrative leave night right now that works out to 15% of the entire patrol division. officials are not releasing information about the investigations. but ktvu has learned some text messages between officers are being reviewed as our use of force complaints involving police dogs. we'll take a closer look at how we deplore our canines, with emphasis on mitigating unnecessary harm and liability. ktvu investigation last may revealed one canine team was responsible for 22 dog bites
over the course of three years, some council members are calling on the da's office to release the names of all officers in the investigation. our time is 7 30 for san francisco district attorney brooke jenkins, now considering charging teenagers accused of serious crimes, including murder as adults. prosecutors want to try 16 and 17 year olds who are accused of heinous crimes that quote shocked the conscience of the community, and that includes murder, sexual crimes, kidnapping and aggravated mayhem . a judge will make the final decision on whether a teenager is transferred to adult court. we will begin with a presumption. that all juvenile's are fit to stay in theuvenile justice system. at the same time , we cannot allow families. victims. we cannot allow victims themselves. to remain without justice. now, experts in
criminal justice say that policy change will mean more black and latino use will be tried as adults and back when he was district attorney, the former district attorney chase, a boudin band seeking adult charges for juveniles. in any case triathlete died while competing in an ironman race in santa cruz. according to the race organizers. the athlete died during the swim portion of the race on sunday. that's the first part of the competition, which then includes a bike ride and run race. organizers say the person received medical attention was taken to the hospital where the person died. 7 36 south bay water district, imposing new water restrictions now santa clara valley water district board of directors voted unanimously to ban outdoor watering of lawns or nine residential properties, and this came on the very same day they announced that what our usage was down 16% compared to 2019. that's even better than the districts targeted goal of 15. this is more for landscape or
ornamental turf out there that doesn't have a function. the water district says even with improvements, the work to save water is far from over. under these new rules that they're similar to california's rules, owners could be fine between $100 to $10,000 for watering when they're not supposed to california's rice growers have really been hit hard by the drought. 65% of california's rice comes from colusa county, north of sacramento. sean doherty's family has been farming there for five generations, and in a normal year, he raises as much as 10,000 acres of rice. not this year because shasta reservoir he has main source of water is so low and as a drought goes on his water allotment has been cut from 100% to 18. this year. i don't think we're 2500. planted never planted this this few rice
fields and in my entire career in my dad's entire career. and also affected the wildlife. millions of birds use the rice field. does it fly way they stor migrations. all of it is dependent on getting some rain. 7 38 about some traffic issues self monitoring for a bid now during this commute, that's right. we've been looking at some of the bridges. they're crowded there. cassie and dave, the richmond bridge. we're going to start there for trying to get over to marin. it is a little bit slow, which is typical from marine. by the way. if you're driving from nevada to san rafael, we also have that typical slow traffic, so it's not going to surprise anyone who commutes every day. same thing with the same mateo and with the bay bridge toll plaza. they're all filled in. that got going a little early, but now it's even doubt and you can see that the east bay commute is pretty busy on highway four and on
interstate 87 38. let's talk about today's fog with roberta. yes we have a lot of fog out there. in fact, it's so deep this morning. as far as that marine layer is concerned, it's producing some condensation. and the former some drizzle and we'll take whatever we can get. we have our very latest drought update to share with you and you see that the entire state is under severe drought with extreme conditions and throughout the central valley anywhere to the siskiyou county the way into the los angeles basin exceptional drought where weankm about 600 ft to mid and high level cloudiness above it. santa rosa's at 49 degree. grease that's the first time i've seen that in months. it is now. 60 in san francisco 62 degrees in hayward. other notable numbers from 59 conquered to redwood city not checking in at this hour. but last time i took a look. it was near 60. here is our storm tracker. radar we are firing it up. we're dusting it
off, and we're taking a look at any chance of precipitation and we actually do have it this morning again a little bit of drizzle as this impulse enhances our marine layer, but behind me here, this is a bonafide area of low pressure and computer models right now wants it to take a note. dive down along the california coach, and if it does that and stays intact. we could see some precipitation by late sunday. and tell them we're looking at some tropical moisture heading due east and again, boy repeating performance here with our satellite imagery . we have that chance of rain on sunday. here we go with your temperatures today. 67 degrees in pacifica 2 71 apiece in oakland, hayward castro valley, then across the bay to mountain view. outside number will be 78 degrees in fairfield and morgen hill. also 78 in concord, and these numbers are averaging up to about 10 degrees below normal. again better sleeping weather tonight from the forties to the fifties, few isolated
sixties and here's your extended forecast, calling for the mild days ahead under partly cloudy skies that chance of rain showers by sunday into monday morning. hey garcia and david, keep your fingers crossed mine across roberta. thank you time now. 11 41 on the first day of school parents love to see how kids react to that first day. look at this young man. a mother in pennsylvania recorded her son when he stepped off the bus, garcia but what he said about the lunch the mom made for him special. that's going bottom. he is adorable. but he's review is brutal. don't be fooled by that little sweetheart newsroom obviously you never told your mom. her lunch was no good. did you know? she told my dad and then i'd be really in trouble right. all right. so here's what's coming up in our next hour of news life slowly coming back to normal in the city of san francisco, after several highly anticipated events are expected to bring thousands of people into the city. we talk live with london
breed about what to expect for the future of san francisco. also ahead. ukrainian forces continue to push russian troops back to the border when you join us on the nine we're talking live with an expert about the latest counter offensive as kremlin backed soldiers reportedly left behind military equipment in the retreat. stay with us. my active psoriatic arthritis can slow me down. now, skyrizi helps me get going by treating my skin and joints. along with significantly clearer skin, skyrizi helps me move with less joint pain, stiffness, swelling, and fatigue. and skyrizi is just 4 doses a year after two starter doses.
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back to mornings onto our time.n were in westminster hall. the ceremony where the coffin of queen elizabeth was brought back brought here just just a little while ago this morning, it will lie in state. for four days. a horse drawn carriage took the queen in a procession with king charles, the third and other members of the royal family as you see here, walking behind her coffin last night, thousands of people turned out to see the queen's coffin being taken to buckingham palace. watching the hearse go past. it was a there is. and thousands of people are expected to pay respects to the queen. as she lies in state. the mourners will be allowed to file through westminster hall until monday morning. that's when the
queen's coffin will be moved to westminster abbey for her funeral. with the rise of online dating scammers have taken advantage of millions of people who are looking for love. a report by the wall street journal finds about $1.3 billion in romance related fraud was committed from 2017 through 2021. dating fraud experts say that scammers create false identities and may meet their victims in person, then present stories that result in the victim's giving them money to help. speaking of money. investors are reacting to the second big report on inflation. it came out this morning and thank goodness this time. the news is right in line with economists. predictions pam cook joins us with information on what's happening today and how it's different than yesterday. yes definitely a little bit different and definitely a different picture. as we take a look at wall street this morning, the producer price index was released. unlike the consumer price index yesterday morning, it does show producer prices actually dropped. slightly in august as expected, and that sent stocks up at least slightly as the opening bell
rang this morning. now the reaction, of course, as they keep in mind, inflation and the jobs market as the fed will meet next week. as that bell rang. the reaction was definitely much better than yesterday. as we take you live to the big board on new york stock exchange. the dow jones is up a quarter of a percent, not a lot. but regaining some of those big losses where it was down almost 4. yesterday the s and p 539 49 up a little bit as well. the nasdaq had the biggest drop yesterday down 5% and it is up half of a percent still well below 12,000, though this hour you should begin seeing california's inflation refund deposited in your bank account. next month, the franchise tax board will distribute payments through direct deposits and mailed out debit cards. most will arrive by the end of next month. debit cards will be sent between october 25th and december 10th. the rest of those should go out by mid january, californians earning less than half a million dollars a year will receive payments between
$200. to $1500, depending on income and family size. the average american income was flat last year when adjusted for inflation. that's according to the u. s census bureau, which says the inflation adjusted us median household income for 2021 was $70,784. that's essentially the same as 2020 between 2020 and 2021 inflation. rose 4.7. that is the largest annual increase since 1990 instagram continues to fall behind tiktok and social media reels race recent company data shows instagram reels have been on the decline for four straight weeks . tiktok users by the way, spend a total of 200 million hours on the app every day. that's almost 10 times more than instagram users. one key issue is only about 20% of the 11 million instagram users are making real content. a company spokesperson says real engagement is increasing on a month to month basis. pam cook, that's locate your dollars and cents. thank
you. this next story is for every parent ever struggled to make their child a lunch for school at the very last minute. one pennsylvania mom a very honest reviewndergarten. sayingy the way, thanks for letting me know camera, garcia really terrible at the end. so look, that's a little abraham. and here's the deal. mom says abraham was right. she said that she didn't realize until the last minute that his new school banned peanut butter. of course, many students have pulled some butter out of the freezer. put it together with some jam between some bread so far, this sounds good, right? kinda turns out that the butter had spoiled in the freezer. mom tried the remnants of the sandwiches like yeah, it is bad, abraham. i'm sorry. by the way, this video will live on forever because abraham is now a big boy in the fourth grade, but mom says she
loves pulling out that video clip and sharing it with him every year. just a savage review from such a sweet little kindergartner to the heart. no exactly what that feels sure you do you do to and sal. you do as well we all have these kind of come on. haven't you ever have any of you ever eaten bad butter? oh it stinks. literally it's terrible, so gotta hand it to the kid. he was right. let's go out and take a look at interstate 80 and interstate 6 80. a lot of slow traffic conquered the wallet creek, hercules to berkeley and also a lot of slow. look at all the slow traffic everywhere. this has become the norm. where kind of you know we're kind of out there with a bunch of slow traffic almost everywhere. let's go to that same mateo bridge that's crowded as well. so we're in the fall season. you know, steve and i sometimes joke around. meteorological fall and winter. you know there's but it is, uh, it is fall. even though it's not fall. it's the fall traffic season. how about that? look at the bay bridge? we have
a lot of slow traffic there as well. let's talk about san jose. that's getting a little bit more crowded on 101 and 2 80 getting into that west valley and also on 85. talking about the weather. the fog is here. thank you, roberta. i'm going to stand up for steve. steve does know when autumn officially arrives, he does know, but you know, he talks about the meteorological summer and fall right part of those discussions before we want to say is it feels like autumn outside even though autumn officially arrives one week from tomorrow with the shorter days and longer nights, but it looks like it. and if it looks like it feels like it, then you can call it autumn. we have mostly cloudy skies temperature wise 49 degrees in santa rosa boy, that is lovely, isn't it? 62 degrees in hey, where didn't across the bay at sfo? we have 63 now in brentwood and 58 in san jose temperatures right now in the high sierra 36 in trucking, and
that's where we are going to experience problems with the smoke and haze otherwise, 37 degrees on the south shore boy that looks like autumn as well. the forecast is called for areas smoke each and every day, especially around the truckee area and northward into susan ville. temperatures getting mighty cold at night. okay we have this pool of cold air all associated with the gulf of alaska, and it's drawing down into the bay area this morning. a little bit of condensation. drizzle all associated with that deep marine layer, then behind me here very optimistic weather pattern. we have a chance of a shower or two on sunday into early monday, but let's back up. take it one day at a time temperature wise sixties at the seashore notice the peninsula house pretty seasonal from the low to the mid seventies around burlingame, sam matteo all the way into foster city, palo alto 71 in fremont, through union city and outside number today 78 degrees in concord and in fairfield, as well as morgan
hill and gilroy tonight again, mostly cloudy skies forties and fifties few sixties otherwise, your extended forecast has called for the brief to stay. with us pretty consistent. it's an onshore. push west 10 to 20, and you'll notice some very mild days each day that chance of rain showers on sunday, monday and then dave on tuesday and wednesday. we return to an offshore push, which means what i don't know. what does it mean warmer weather again. warmer weather. i gotta hold out for the rain to i'm praying for the rain to time is 7 53. the san francisco school board just purchased a new payroll system. it costs millions of dollars will now it's going to cost millions more to fix it coming up in the next hour where the money to pay for repairs may come from but first workers were freight lines are threatening a major strike after the break negotiations taking place today and how soon a rail strike could begin.
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into at 7 56 labor secretary marty walsh expected to meet today in washington with rail companies and their unions to hopefully prevent a nationwide strike. the companies in the unions have until friday to work out an agreement. if they do not , rail workers could walk off the job and hurt supply chains that depend on freight rail. now
the threat of a widespread strike comes from the freight line. workers who worked for major companies, including union pacific and c s x. it's already affecting amtrak as they are suspending some of long distance trips they had more than 90,000 railway. railroad workers could possibly go on strike. if there's a freight strike, and it affects commuter trains, it's going to affect everything everybody getting into the city . everybody getting home and i think about the times when i was when i had kids in daycare if i didn't get home by a certain time. i got charged extra, and you know, it just goes on and on and on the big issues holding that up to the issues are attendance policies, conductors and engineers say they don't get a single sick day from work. that potential strike could stop cow train service in southern santa clara county, caltrans
plans to suspend service on the gilroy segment of the track because it's owned by union pacific. writers who use the stations between the capital and gilroy. you're advised to make some alternative plans. caltrain is also working with bt a on the possible bus bridge. governor newsome may sign a bill extending the deadline for the african american reparations task force, the first of its kind in the country. the committee wants another year to finish all of its word. now the coalition for a just and equitable california say delay will really upset descendants of enslaved people who have to wait another year without being compensated. reparations could come in several different ways, including payments, housing as well as educational opportunities. our time is 7 58 , the san francisco giants and no longer the reigning champions of the national league west. last night, the dodgers clinched
the nl west title for this this season, they beat the diamondbacks forward and nothing . they celebrated their on the field. it took a team photo with their playoff gear. giants by the way, are 10 games out of the wild card raised with only 20 games left in this season and warriors star steph kerry may be cashing in really big on how popular he is, according to the bleacher report. steph curry and under armor are closed to locking down details for a lifetime endorsement contract. that contract could be worth more than $1 billion. the current deal runs through 2024. the talks were an extension continued steph curry, by the way he has been with under armor since 2 good morning people in the north bay, rattled by an earthquake and aftershocks how those who felt the shaking described what happened and we have video that shows the moments. the ground started to
move was a massive fire burning in the sierra is triggering more evacuation orders firefighters are dealing with that makes these flames so difficult to fight. but it's a different story on stocks this morning how markets are reacting to new inflation data just released after taking a major dive on yesterday's news. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on 28 o'clock on the dot welcome the mornings onto i'm andre senior. good morning. i'm gasia mikaelian it's wednesday, september 14th. let's talk about this. whether it feels great might even need a light jacket or a sweater. roberta gonzalez. you nailed it, and we have temperatures for the first time in months in the forties. and that's in the north bay and santa rosa. good morning, everybody rise and shine. cloudy skies over the bay area combination of low clouds and even some fog and the mid and high level cloudiness surrounding the bay as well. 62 oakland 56 napa oh, santa rosa just jumped up to 50 degrees. it is now 63 at this early hour in brentwood and good morning to
you in palo alto, checking in with a pair of fives later today partly cloudy skies a bit of a brisk wind out of the west 10 to 20 numbers will stack out from the sixties at the seashore to seventies. around the bay and into our inland areas. rain in the forecast details coming up, but first, let's send it on over to sell and what's got you jumping at this hour? well the golden gate bridge right now, roberta, and i want to go right to it here. chp has stopped all traffic on the golden gate bridge to remove a stalled vehicle on southbound. wanna one that looks like the tow truck is there but right now what you don't see in the fog back there. chp's doing one of those round robins slowing or stopping traffic to allow this to truck. it looks like the tow truck is moving. so now that this this is being cleared, you will see the traffic coming through, but it looks kind of like an eerie sight here. they have no traffic coming down. that should be opened a little bit longer. here
let's talk about the bay bridge that is backed up all the way out. to the mcarthur maze and metering lights are on, and we have a lot of slow traffic on interstate 80 westbound heading out to the macarthur base. so all of it is slow. look at all this slow traffic in the east bay. we had a stall on 5 88 lakeshore and the south bay commute is going to be very slow . so we have a lot going on in this eight o'clock hour. it is eight oh, two. let's go back to the desk. thank you, sal. you we have new video this morning showing the damage caused by a magnitude 4.4 earthquake and santa rosa shaking rattled some nerves, and it's certainly kept firefighters busy throughout the night. ktvu rasmus live in studio and security cameras were rolling right when that quake hit ali. there were a couple of security cameras rolling and that 4.4 magnitude quake was just strong enough to startle people didn't create any major damage. luckily, no one hurt, but it did create a mess, knocking bottles and cans off store shelves. it was just after 6 30 in the evening on tuesday when it happen. opened. there. you see the moment of that
shaking. this is new surveillance video into our newsroom from sam's market in santa rosa. that's one that 4.4 quake struck, knocking several rows of glass liquor bottles right onto the floor. it was about two miles northeast of the city of santa rosa. that's where the epicenter was. oh yeah, it's california. but we have to deal with, but it was still scary because i've never felt anything jolting like that. and then it hit a second time. the biggest concern we had was the potential for aftershocks. there's often cases where the aftershock could actually be stronger than the initial earthquake and making sure that people are a prepared for it and be taken note of any dangerous conditions or any hazards within their own homes. and there was a very noticeable aftershock. the usgs says. it came in as a 4.3 magnitude. and it happened about 40 seconds after the initial quake. santa rosa fire marshal says firefighters were busy responding to calls about people stuck in elevators. there. you see the broken glass, and some of the items in display cases being knocked around. there are
also reports of the smell of gas, but also reports of busted pipes inside and outside homes and businesses in santa rosa. several people told ktvu they had the earthquake alert app on their phone. there's two major ones. they both do the same thing. the reports are, though they worked very well, giving people a few seconds notice before the ground started to shake this, as you mentioned, there's a couple different earthquake alert apps, one of them has developed by seismologists at uc berkeley. gasia and andre back to you. thank you for your time now. classes will resume today at vallejo high school, but with extra security after an assistant football coach was shot while trying to break up a fight. the blog called alejo crime and safety, posted video of the fight that involved several students and several unidentified males who describe police describe as outsiders these males and hopped into a getaway car and fired several shots back towards the school. our sources tell us the coach who was wounded is defensive coordinator joseph pastrana. it's a tragedy anytime a shooting happens in front of us.
campus, and i believe that this is this was an act committed by people who do not value human life. pastrana will be okay. we're told no word yet on any suspects. counselors will also be on hand at the school today, along with the additional police officers, a student at madison park academy in east oakland is now facing criminal charges after a shooting there last month, investigators say they've campus on august 29th. a bullet from the gun hit another student. that wounded student 13 years old, was taken to highland hospital and has since been released happening later this morning. alameda county sheriff deputy devin williams jr scheduled to enter a plea for allegedly killing a man or woman. rather, he was dating and her husband, he is charged with two counts of murder for the deadly shooting of maria and venison trend in their home in dublin earlier this month, deputy williams is being held without bail at the same jail that he was working at only hours before he allegedly
killed that married couple. the san francisco school board is holding a special meeting tonight to discuss what to do about this problematic payroll system. the new system was put in place at the start of the year, and there have been hundreds of complaints about underpayments or in some cases, no payments at all. the system has already cost the district $14 million, and it could cost another three million more to fix. the board is expected to vote to approve that tonight, with the money coming from salaries for staff positions remain unfilled. officials at san francisco's laguna honda hospital say they're making progress on meeting november 13th deadline to make improvements to the facility or risk losing federal funding. according to the chronicle, laguna honda ceo told the board of supervisors yesterday he hoped to apply for re certification before the november 13th deadline. the 156 year old hospital and rehabilitation center lost his certification in april after failing several inspections. it's closure would force the hospital to move its 600 medically fragile patients. in november, californians will vote
on a proposition that would amend the state constitution to include reproductive rights. california's currently launching a website that includes a section for people coming from other states to have an abortion here. it contains information about service providers, health insurance and support groups. the state budget includes more than $200 million in additional funding for reproductive health services. abortion remains legal and protected in california. we have your back absolute critical next step in california being a reproductive freedom state. republican south carolina senator lindsey graham is introducing a bill that would ban abortion nationwide after 15 weeks except for cases of incest or if the mother's life is in danger. abortion is not banned in america slept up to elected officials in america to define the issue. you have states have the ability to do at the state level. and we have the ability in washington to speak on this issue if we choose i have chosen to speak. with president biden
in office and democrats controlling both hou of congress. senator graham's bill has no chance of passing if republicans take control of congress in november, the chances of the bill passing improved dramatically. in the weight down your time. firefighters are trying hard to keep the mosquito fire away from the town of forrest hill and sierra. the fire grew quickly yesterday with strong winds pushing flames toward the town. crews rushed to force hill to cut fire lines and start backfires to prevent the spread while tankers drop retardant from the air. the town's market in high school were both threatened at one point, but cruz kept anything from burning down. you got the fire department. you've got the engine prepared there. the pump is running. you got lot ladder set, so then climb the roof. quickly. you've got hose lines deployed. to hopefully mitigate that situation. the fire is now burned more than 58,000 acres, and it's 25% contained. evacuation orders have expanded for communities in both plaster and eldorado county's. some
people have evacuated from the mosquito fire zone say they're finding community and comfort as they wait for news about their homes at a red cross evacuation center in rockland volunteer groups brought warm meals and provided music for the evacuees. people staying here say they're leaning on each other to get through difficult times. you know, there's people that have cried and we've cried with them . there's people that have laughed and we laughed with them . but we do we see that there is hope. it's been a little crazy. it's the unknown is the hardest part. you know. you don't know what's going on there. i did evacuate thursday. i guess it was when they said you'd better leave now. thousands are still evacuated. there's no word as to when they might go home. interstate 80 is open again in plaster county has cruz gained more control of the dutch fire. this one started yesterday afternoon in the area known as dutch flat, the fire came dangerously close to homes. people were told to evacuate how i had to be shut down to allow crews to light backfires. the fire is now 50% contained. it's
burned 48 acres so far. time now is eight. oh, nine. let's go right to the bay bridge toll plaza, and i want to show you. the traffic here at the toll plaza is moderate after kind of a rough start this morning because of a crash that happened very early in the morning. they cleared it up, but it had the commute going slow ever since, and it's still just a little bit slower, though. it's and recovered quite a bit. we're also looking at the commute on interstate 80 westbound coming in through richmond and berkeley. it's also very slow set bound 6 80. we had a couple of fender benders in concord in pleasant hill. that traffic was slow anyway. honestly and 5 80 80 are very slow into oakland. this has become the pattern where we have a lot of slow traffic, something that just caught my attention here is look how slow it is between hayward and fremont heading to the south bay. and of course, that's optic commute is slow. i've been telling you all week that a lot of tech workers now are required to be on campus at least a few days a week. we have sure
noticed it as people are driving in the bay area in the silicon valley, it take 10. let's go back to the desk. thank you. the aftermath of hurricane k brought heavy rainfall and massive flooding to one of the driest, hottest places in the world coming up what things look like in death valley. also after a break, you don't have to go very far to get the world's best pizza. the list is out for the world's 100. top pizza shops will tell you which san francisco pizzeria made it t the to 10.
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traveling to michigan to visit the detroit auto show. the white house says the president will highlight the electric vehicle manufacturing boom in america. the president expected to announce an investment of $900 million for electric vehicle charges, charges nationwide as part of the bipartisan infrastructure law morning. stocks are up a day after the dow was suffering its worst day. since last year, the dow is up now more than 139 points and nasdaq in positive territory just over 100 points in the s and p in the green at about 26 points. but just a day ago, wall street had its worst day since 2020 in june. it was in response to the consumer price index report for august showing cost rose 8.3% last month compared to
one year ago that sent the s and p 500 dropping 4. the nasdaq slipped 5% after the release of that report, some of the largest cost increases were for food such as meat, eggs, fish, milk, fruits, vegetables and coffee. business owners say the rising cost of everything is making it difficult to make a profit. from our cups to our spoke to our straws service have been extremely high and the milk has been extremely high. even our pastries are pastries are up about 20% stubborn inflation rate is making it comus and investors concerned that the federal reserve will need to continue its aggressive interest rate hikes and perhaps even longer than expected. if we do shop a bit less and save a bit more that, of course, while it's individually, very sensible and prudent, uh in the aggregate can actually caused the recession that we're trying to guard ourselves against. the federal reserve is scheduled to meet
next tuesday and wednesday and could decide to increase interest rates by three quarters of a percent. as the stocks were dropping yesterday, president biden was meeting at the white house with fellow democrats, including san jose mayor assembly cardo celebrating the inflection inflation reduction act. there are opportunities for san jose residents in americans to save a lot of money, uh, with various provisions of this bill. just a few weeks ago, the healthcare climate and tax bill was signed into law. president biden says it increases spending on green energy and related technologies and it's corporations paying more in taxes will also lowering the cost of prescription medication . the congressional budget office projects a 300 plus billion dollar net savings over nine years. some economists say such measures may not help the economy. changes in medicare ane small contributions to that overall effort. ricardo also
lobbied federal officials for more funding for the barn extension through downtown san jose. san francisco mayor london breed is reacting to a threat from store owners to stop paying their taxes. last month, the business owners and the castro district said they need more help from the city due to vandalism and public health and safety issues caused by people who are homeless in that neighborhood. now, the mayor says the city and the police department will better coordinate their efforts to help people who are homeless and prevent such problems. 17 your time now you do not have to hop on a flight to italy to dine at some of the best pizzerias on the planet and italian food site just released its list of the world's top 100 pizzerias. number one is a restaurant just outside of naples, italy. but number 10 is tony's napolitano. don't eat pizza. napolitano on stockton street in san francisco. it's won numerous awards, and it's famous. for its pizza, margherita and the savory alitalia number. 89 is the prio zero, which has restaurants in san francisco mountain view and conquered as well. so there you
go. if you want to try a little something today, maybe want to try the best pizzas in the world will meet you in the city 8 17. let's say we can get there. i know we've had problems on the bay bridge going from oakland to san francisco. what's the deal now? we've had some slow traffic out there, guys right now we have a look at what gracia mentioned there on the bay bridge. and it is backed up all the way out to the maze. metering lights around. things are getting better. if you're driving into san francisco. it's better today than it was yesterday. but i do want to say we still have a plenty of slow traffic all over the east bay occasionally get people saying, what is going on with the traffic and my answer is everyone is going back to school back to work, and more people have to be in the office in from home stuff has been well, it'sge people. it never was a thing for some right people are saying, hey, i always had to go. well, i know that. but look at the south bay. this is where we've seen the biggest difference where now we have a lot of people heading up to the west valley. some people who are my friends say,
hey, i work at apple. i have to be in the office. now. none of this work from home stuff. we see it out there every day. here's a woman. who did not work from home for very long. we're both in the studio. we roberto s. yes we're both in the studio. but in different studios because of covid, right, but it's always wonderful to join. you sell high, everybody. this is what you will see, as you're heading on out the door. most areas reporting mostly cloudy skies. it's combination as some fog and mid and high level cloudiness. even some low clouds out there. look at this still, bay waters. no small craft advisory in place at all. 50 cent. arosa 60 san jose, otherwise low sixties san francisco conquered and in clayton. now here's what you need to know. today a little bit of fog and drizzle condensation . light winds later the winds do pick up out of the west 10 to 20 and seasonably cool day away from the bay, and then the clouds played tag with the coast and rolled back on short later
wins right now at 15 and fairfield. eight applicant and field five at oakland international airport. sfo sporting a 13 mile per hour onshore push and then at mineta international airport. the winds blown out of the south so all over the place will become a little bit more consistent out of the west 10 to 20 mph. i dusted it off and fired it up. it's our storm tracker looking for rain throughout the state of california. nothing as of yet where you see those blue specks here, that is the drizzle all associated with the very deep marine layer. it will stick with us through mid morning hours, and then by the evening hours, it's a shortwave trough producin some cloudiness. we'll call it partly cloudy throughout the day today and then we began our thursday morning with very deep marine layer as well, but interesting doings. well we do have the morning drizzle. we're looking upstream here towards british columbia. that's a bonafide area, low pressure that will produce a chance, and it
looks like a pretty good chance of some rain showers friday into monday. computer model safety one hundreds of an inch all the web to maybe a half an inch in the coastal mountain areas one day at a time today partly cloudy skies sixties beaches seventies common around the bay today, mid seventies to the north, mid and high seventies to the south peninsula, palo alto foster city, burlingame, belmont , all in the seventies 77 degrees in livermore. sam ramon , dublin, pleasanton tonight overnight fifties and sixties, better sleeping weather and here's your extended forecast each and every day mild days ahead, and then that chance of rain sunday to monday and then andrei and gasia looks like tuesday wednesday, maybe an offshore push drier conditions and warmer weather. roberta thank you take 21. now americans have lost more than a billion dollars to romance fraud schemes as they look for love online, and his online dating becomes more and more popular. scammers
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bad basin. hurricane k, led to heavy rain across southern california that created these unexpected waterfall saturday afternoon. in fact, there was so much mud and water officials had to shut down highway 1 90 that main road in and out of death valley. part of it is still closed due to road damage, no estimate yet as to when it will reopen. authorities in pakistan state could take up to six months for deadly floodwaters there to recede. more than 1400 people have died in flooding, which is swept away homes, roads , railways, livestock and crops . there are concerns now about the threat of waterborne diseases, including cholera. nearly 600,000 people lost their homes are living in camps set up throughout pakistan. record monsoon rains have caused flooding over one third of that country. 25 now knew dennis suggesting many parents remain hesitant to get their young children vaccinated against covid. cdc stats show only 7% of children between six months to four years old have received at
least one covid vaccination dose rates are much higher for older children, some 38% for ages, 5 to 11 and 70% for 12 to 17 year olds. children now make up a much higher percentage of covid cases more than 19% just last week. another texas families filed a complaint about racist taunts from the crowd at a sporting event. the most recent incident happened at a volleyball game in houston. most of the players on the st agnes academy team or racial minorities. karen morton's daughter is afro latina. morton says the other team supporters were making monkey sounds at her daughter's team. they heard it. you know, three minority girls at the net like what is that another team may heard the actual word monkey. the word monkey has been used as a racial slur against black peopl a similar complaint was filed after a volleyball match in
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up fighters shot how that code from vallejo high school is doing this morning and what happened right before the gunfire. then we're about to talk live with san francisco mayor london breed about the events coming to the city that could help resolve a persistent problem hurting so many hotels, restaurants and other businesses. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. good morning and welcome back. i'm gasia mikaelian the end andre senior. it's 8 30. today is wednesday, september 14th. we turn things over now to roberta gonzalez, who is here to tell us more about the cooler forecast on top of this update, is that gray? i see behind you there? yeah sure is beautiful, isn't it ? so welcoming and so much cooler than what it has been. morning everybody out the door right now. low clouds some areas of fog. and overcast conditions next to the estuary right now. doesn't that look glorious? has
a the cloudiness officials sent up this morning was at 6 50 by the time it sets tonight at 7 18, we will realize the coolest day of the work week. right now. the numbers from 50 in santa rosa is 64 brentwood. good morning to you in fremont at 63. it's also 63 around the peninsula later today, numbers will stack up from 67 degrees in pacifica to 78 degrees. warmest part of our inland areas, not his windy as yesterday, but nonetheless an onshore push out of the west 10 to 20 pinpoint your neighborhood. napa 73 redwood city 76 tri valley in the mid seventies. the forecast sporting rain showers that's coming up momentarily. but right now, let's say hi there to sal. roberta good morning. we do have some slowing out there still, especially in that silicon valley committee, which tends to take center stage at this time of the morning, driving into sunnyvale, cupertino, palo alto
. it's very crowded. you probably already know it. we've had a couple of things out there that have caused some delays. but really, even if we didn't have crashes, it would still be this crowded just because of the big migration. to the west valley bay bridge the same thing because we had a couple of earlier crashes. it is backed up all the way out to the mains a 32. let's get right back to the headlines, sal. thank you. classes are resuming at galileo high school this morning after a shooting on campus yesterday that injured a football coach katie's emma gasses live in vallejo high. there's also an increased security and police presence there, emma that's right, gasia. i'm seeing police cars right now is students are coming to school getting dropped off their passing us by there on patrol right now and the condition of the coach. we're expecting an update very shortly on that as well, but the shooting is still under investigation, and no arrests have been made. as of yet. it happened right here where i'm standing, and it happened right after school had been let out at 3 45 yesterday afternoon. there
were students on campus at the time there was a college fair happening. there were three classes in session at approximately 200 student athletes still on campus. the fight had broken out among students and an unknown group in front of the school and vallejo police say three males referred to as outsiders fled in a dark colored sedan and drove off. they shot backwards towards the group. we spoke with a sophomore on the junior varsity football team who was in the locker room when the shooting happened. i was actually in the locker room getting ready for football practice. and i started hearing gunshots. i don't know where and so i didn't have my phone on me. i was wearing my uniform and stuff and everybody go back to go back inside. back inside, so everybody started running, and then they closed all the doors and stuff. and that's what really happened. and after that, he told me to send a locker room. i didn't know what was really going on. at that time. i was confused. joseph pastrana, also known as coach joe, the school's assistant varsity football coach, who intervened
trying to break up the fight was shot by a bullet and taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injury. the student we spoke to said pastrana has been known to break up fights at school in the past. i saw it a couple of times, actually, during the campus that there's other fights at the school. we have a courageous staff member who came out here to protect children. and the fact that he was here. potentially he saved a child's life. there are counselors and psychologists on site for students and mental health resources as well. school is in a normal schedule today, the motive and people involved in the shooting are still being investigated by police reporting live in alejo, emma goss, ktvu fox two news. thank you. 8 34 is your time right now is south bay water district, imposing new water restrictions in place. santa clara valley water district board of directors voted unanimously to ban outdoor watering of lawns on non residential properties. the news comes the same day they announced water usage was down
16% compared to 2019, which is even better than the district's targeted goal of 15. this is more for landscape or ornamental turf turf. that's just out there that doesn't have a function. the water district says even with improvements, the work to save water isn't over onto the new rules, which mirror the state's rules. owners could be found anywhere from $100 to $10,000 for watering when they are supposed to. a shortage of school bus drivers is causing problems in the classroom. for some students in some districts. bus routes aren't being covered at all, because they don't have enough drivers and others. the shortage means longer bus routes with fewer drivers, and that means some students are being late for school. the moreland school district in san jose is now offering new bus drivers of $1000 hiring bonus to help recruit new staff. starting pay is between 38 $49,000 a year now to oakland, where the city's privacy commission will debate the police departments. use of automated license plate readers that would be used to solve crimes. the police department wants to spend up to half a
million dollars to upgrade its readers. system council members say they're concerned about how that data would be used, and they sent the request back to the city's privacy commission. oakland police say license plate readers are a useful tool in finding stolen vehicles. 8 35 down queen elizabeth coffin has arrived at the house of parliament, where she will lie in state for four days. the queen's confidence now on a raised platform in westminster hall, mortars will be allowed to file through until monday morning when the queen's coffin will be moved to westminster abbey for her funeral. thousands of people are expected to pay their respects to the queen. many have already lined up waiting for this moment. it's to pay homage to her and respect for her for all that she's done for us and given us over the years, quite a lot of consideration, but this is a moment in history that i want to witness. a horse drawn carriage took the queen's coffin on a procession from buckingham palace this morning. charles, the third and other members of
the royal family walked behind the coffin. with the rise of online dating scammers have taken advantage of millions of people who are looking for love , a report by the wall street journal says about $1.3 billion in romance related fraud was committed from 2017 through 2021. dating fraud experts say scammers create false identities in maine meet their victims in person and present elaborate stories that result in the victim's giving them money to help pay 37. now roberta gonzalez is back with your forecast, and roberta here in oakland, the sun just started to peek out here. i bet it looks glorious. yes that's still the side over. can't see it in over where i am right now. i wanted to ask you to what is your favorite season? paul spraying. yeah, i'm anodyne person to you know, garcia used to like spring until i developed allergies. i can understand that right? good reason not to like it anymore. yeah well, you know, autumn officially arrives one week from tomorrow, so brace yourself from
so shorter days and some longer nights ahead. morning, everybody currently outdoors. yes we have a little peek of some sunshine. right there next to the estuary and a whole lot of cloudiness. temperature so far, it's dipped down to 49 for an overnight low in santa rosa, now at 50 sixties from concord, through one creek back into the tri valley, which does include livermore, pleasant in and dublin, 61, also in palo alto. the winds have been relatively slight this morning, except fairfield has been picking up women between 15 and 18 mph, otherwise, mainly the winds under 10 sfo at 13. today, we will have a wind out of the west 10 to 20 mph pretty brisk but not as gusty as it was yesterday. we have our radar. it is fired up, ready to go looking for any kind of precipitation. seeing a little bit of drizzle all associated with the deep marine layer throughout the morning hours in early afternoon , and then we do have clouds
floating in and out all associated with the trough, so we'll call it partly cloudy. now we do have that morning drizzle but behind it here we have an area of low pressure that promises to bring us some rain showers on sunday. we'll keep monitoring that hour by hour and day by day, but meanwhile, today 67 degrees in pacifica to 78 for the warmest occasion inland. we'll talk more about those chances of rain showers and that's still coming up. and about 10 minutes. garcia and andre. yeah, check this out there. quick rattles in northwest new video. we have what? you join us on the nine. we have a closer look at some of the damage left behind yesterday evening's earthquake. also the lightning morning just a little bit here. i know. parents love to see their child's reaction after the first day of school, but look forget. did you make any friends or do you like your teacher? it was all about what mom packed for lunch for this little boy by what he said through mom for loop an
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of the city. but will san francisco returned to how it used to be, especially with mass tech companies laying off all the offices are vacant, could potentially lead to budget issues in the future. so joining us live to talk about these issues and much more is san francisco mirror. london. very good morning to you, mayor breed. good morning. let's start with the effort to crack down on the open air public drug use in the city district attorney brooke jenkins announcing this week that you will bundle cases for those with five or more drugs and paraphernalia possession charges, and the case is going to be sent to the community justice center, which emphasizes restorative justice. now, what will the benchmark of success be with the program that she is doing now? is it going to be rehabilitation first or curbing? the use of open air drug use. i think it's really about trying to compel people to accept rehabilitation to accept drug treatment because we want to help people get off of drugs . we understand it's more complicated than that. but we
are losing hundreds of people every single year from drug overdoses, doses more than anything else in san francisco, so we need to take aggressive action. now lives are lost and people need to be put into these programs. is it going to be some sort is another part of this program to help people into rehab? besides what the what the district attorney is doing. well what the district attorney is doing because you can't you know , tell someone just because you see them on the streets using drugs that they have to go to treatment. part of what we're doing is using the resources that are disposal. so when you know crimes are committed, including the use of drugs, the district attorney has a policy to refer people to community drug court and what community drug court will have. the ability to do is make a decision about treatment. and so what we're trying to do is really help people who are struggling address the open air drug
dealing and the open, hailed drug using and make our city safe and clean up our streets. new effort to make that happen right now, let's move on to the issue of office buildings. becoming more vacant, with work from home for the pandemic. work habits are changing, of course, as you know, san francisco's chief economist ted egan. he noted that office building vacancy. the risk here is forecast to be 35 to 50% empty in some areas and in jackson square, particularly 54% is there anything being done to reverse this trend? well i think what we are trying to do is put out last week. a really in depth plan around what we want to do to focus on our economic recovery. and part of that is adapting the uses of our spaces and attracting more sustainable industries. we know that there is a new normal here. people are going to be working from home. things have changed as a result of the pandemic. but there are certain industries like biotech and healthcare. those kinds of
industries have really been a big part of returning to san francisco because they're more hands on so looking at how we attract industries that are more sustainable, how we make adjustments to the use of office space, so it's not restricted, um, using it for things like housing, using it for other types of uses throughout the city, so that we can get these buildings filled and get people back to work. but ultimately i know that there is a frustration around our various layers of taxes. you know, we over time had just really, i think, in some ways had a significant impact on what we see with the retail based on the number of taxes that we charge in san francisco, and we have to look at that and the bigger picture so that we can continue to attract and retain businesses in our city to get to the tax issue in just a moment, but back to the issue of attracting more businesses. biotech is one of the areas that you are going to be targeting. is there any plan
yet in place to target these companies that that pretty much have to show up in person? like perhaps biotech companies. there is a plan in place. in fact, i've been having a number of discussions with people who are part of this industry, including those who are in silicon valley looking to expand and relocate so really, our office of economic and workforce development is doing an assessment identifying those particular companies and we're putting. fourth these ideas and attractions and plans to get them to come to these buildings. we did it when we were able to lure ikea to our city to the mid market area, and so really, it's going to take a lot of work in the past and san francisco we didn't have to work to attract businesses here, but most major cities throughout the country they now have to think differently about tracking businesses because they're big part of the economic engine. and what makes these cities work and something you mentioned earlier is looking at these buildings that are vacant and perhaps
converting them to housing. is that a plan? that's also under way? i mean, that would be a good idea. people still do love the area, so is that a possibility that can move forward fairly quickly? well it actually can already happened. we've already made a few adjustments and our policies to have mixed use space. um i just broke ground on van ness and market on a place where it's going to be nine floors of office. and the rest is going to be, um, um residential and i'm here at five m, where we have this great park and community. where it's this mixed use of housing and office space is what san francisco has already been doing, and it's really a part of our future now. the issue, of course with the office space vacancies is the budget the taxes you collect that go toward your budget. um is it going to be impacting the city's budget? and if so, by how much and really what's in danger if that money isn't made up? well we're talking about millions of dollars. but over the past
couple of years we've seen our budget grow by billions of dollars. um and the challenge here is we can't just keep doing these one offs and putting things on the ballot and asking voters to support it because, of course, sounds like a great idea, but after layers and layers and layers of taxes and people just have had enough. i mean, we barely were able to hold on to levi strauss. they started their company as an francisco they were looking to relocate because the taxes that they pay here in san francisco are more than the taxes they pay all over the united states of america. that is a real problem . we need to look at our tax structure. we need to make sure that it isn't at a tipping point where people have said look, we've had enough. um because part of it is, you know, we depend on them for our workforce . our various janitors and receptionists and hr folks. i mean, there's a layer long list of employees and people who benefit as a result of these businesses. and yet taxes is an important part and all companies
who pay their fair share but you know, there's just a lot that has had an impact on why people are also choosing to relocate and we have just a few seconds left. were you talking about? just the you know the vacancies and the bad news, but we do have fleet week coming up and visitors are still coming here. i've seen the cruise ships out there myself. so tell us about what perhaps are coming along for fleet week. that's in just a couple of weeks from now. well fleet week is something that we have been doing for many, many years. so it's like clockwork. we have the parade of ships. we have the various bands, including some high school bands that are going to be performing all over the city. military bands we have, of course, the blue angels and we have some new parks and open space where people will be able to watch the blue angels and see a magnificent view. whether it's francisco park battery bluff or the tunnel tops. it's going to be an amazing show, so we'll be seeing a number of tours that can happen at some of the ships
that are becoming in along the piers and the various ports. so there'll be a lot of great activities for people to enjoy, and the city last year was packed with folks who were everywhere because of fleet week and we're looking forward to the same thing. i was. i was one of them sitting there watching the blue angels myself go overhead so much success this year again, pulling it off easily and nicely and getting those people into town and shopping at the great stores in san francisco, where london breed thank you so much we appreciate your time. thank you. we'll take a peek at stocks here as investors are reacting to the second big report on inflation that was just released this morning. this time the news is in line with economists. predictions pam cook joins us with a look at today's dollars and cents, pam as promised a big week for economic reports this morning, the producer price index was released. unlike the consumer price index yesterday morning, it does show producer prices actually dropped slightly in august that sent stocks up slightly as that opening bell rang this morning now as the bell rang, also, ford ceo announced it is asking its dealers to invest in upgrades to
sell all electric vehicles. ford says those dealers that invest in the technology will be certified and will receive more of their mvs taking a live look at the numbers this morning. much different picture than yesterday. no huge gains. the dow jones up a quarter of a percent after dropping almost 4% yesterday, the nasdaq and the s and p 500 also recovering a bit of their losses, with the nasdaq , gaining about three quarters of a percent still below 12,000 this morning. tomorrow we get the retail all sales report. you should begin seeing california's inflation refund deposited in your bank account starting next month. franchise tax board will distribute payments through direct deposits and mailed out debit cards. most will arrive by the end of next month. debit cards will be sent between october 25th and december 10th. the rest should go out by mid january, californians earning less than a half a million dollars a year will receive payments between 215 $100, depending on income and family size. speaking of income, the
average american income was flat last year when adjusted for inflation. that means pay is not keeping up with inflation, according to the u. s census bureau, which says the inflation adjusted us median household income for 2021 was $70,784. that's essentially the same as 2020. however at the same time between 2020 and 2021 inflation , rose 4.7% and that is the largest annual increase since 1990. i'm pam cook. that's a look at your dollars and cents. thank you. this next story is for any parent who struggled to make their child lunch for school at the last minute when pennsylvania mom got a very honest review of her sandwich from a little boy after his first day at kindergarten. hey did it mommy saying my by the way, thanks for letting me know camera. down with that really terrible look, mom said little abraham was right. so she didn't
realize till the last minute that his school banned peanut butter because of students allergies, so she pulled some butter out of the freezer. put it together with some gem on a couple of pieces of bread. sounds good, right? abraham wasn't having it turns out the butter had gone rancid and even mom tried it and says, yeah, the sandwich was bad. the way is now a big boy and fourth grade. his mom says she pulls out that video at the start of every school year to remind him about his savage review that is now gone viral. i wouldn't do it. no, i don't. right. you can't say something nice. alright. creating forces continue to push russian troops back to the border coming up on the nine for live with an expert about the latest counter effects of his kremlin backed soldiers reportedly left behind military equipment in their retreat. also first freight line workers are threatening a widespread strike . after a quick break the negotiations happening now and how soon that rail strike could happ .
news and pleasant in where people who live in an apartment building there have been told to shelter in place. it's happening at the civic square apartments that's in the downtown area of pleasant in right across the street from the pleasant and librarian, police department pleasant and police are asking anyone who lives at that apartment complex in his home right now to shelter in place due to police activity in the area. telling residents to stay away from doors and windows until they're notified. the situation is over. we're sending crews to the scene, and at this point we don't know what caused the initial police response or this call to shelter in place. of course, keep you posted here on mornings on two and online. labor secretary marty walsh is expected to meet with rail companies and unions to hopefully avert a nationwide strike. both sides have until friday to reach an agreement or union workers say they will strike. 10 of 12 unions reached tentative agreements, but the two largest unions are still at odds with railroads. the budget administration imposed a cooling off period which ends on friday . the threat of a widespread strike comes from freight line workers with major companies
including union pacific and csx. railroad workers could go on strike. it affects commuter trains, it's going everybody geg home. and i kids in daycare if i didn't get home by a certain time i got charged extra. and you know, it just goes on and on and on. the main sticking points, involved working conditions and scheduling, including the ability to take off work for routine doctor's appointments. unions are criticizing staffing cuts, while rail companies say they have offered generous benefit packages. burlington northern says the number of personal days increased by 25% this year, governor newsome may sign a bill extending the deadline for the african american reparations task force at first of its kind of the
country. the committee wants another year to complete its work. the coalition of just and equitable california says the delay will upset the sentence of enslaved people. who would have to go another year without being compensated. reparations could be in several ways, including payments, housing as well as educational opportunities. rattling walls and shaking nerves. that's how some are describing an earthquake that shook up the north bay. i had to grab ahold of the doorframe. for our between our kitchen and our dining room because it was jolting so bad. we'll have a live report on some of the damage left behind by yesterday evening's quake, then caunchingp people who are seeking an abortion. abortion remains legal and protected in california. we have your back the state is doing to help strengthen abortion rights. those rights are being challenged and taken away across the country. plus a massive fire continues to burn in the
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