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pill hill neighborhood. a friend of the victim's discusses what they were doing a short time before the gunfire. the city of san jose's expanding its use of license plate readers the steps elected leaders are taking as they work to address privacy concerns. today is the start of the biggest annual tech conference in the bay area. we are taking you love to san francisco for the first day of dream force, as tens of thousands of attendees will return for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic. from ktvu. fox two news. this morning's onto the weather is changing as well. thank you for joining us. i'm gasia mikaelian good morning. i'm dave clark. tuesday. september 20th. the sky opened up for you this morning. perfect right now. no head. let's check in with steve. he knows what's coming our way you've been listening to. you have 1/7 grade social this afternoon that i'm hoping will not get rained out. well we're under mostly clear partly cloudy skies. it'll be later today. okay today it could be really,
really close here. their closerd south. it's west southwest of san francisco. many light move. but again, you can see ite clouds don't but thunderstorm activity or rain does so two for tuesday morning sun then clouds more clouds. then we're really bump it up, and we'll get scattered showers. possible thunder showers later today overnight into early wednesday morning before the low kicks out of here seventies on the temps low mid upper alright sounds here. now usually things at this time start to get a little nutty is that the case is pretty crowded out there. steve you're absolutely right. we do have a bunch of crowded conditions out there, including at the bay bridge, whichever one always wants to know about, but we also do have crowding in other spots even before you get to the bay bridge now oakland doesn't look too slow here past the coliseum , but highway four is so is interstate 80, and we also see some slow traffic on interstate 8 80 driving into heyward
heading down towards fremont. it's 701 let's get back to the headlines. thank you happening today, the dream force convention returns to san francisco for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic. ktvu james torres live at from the mosconi center here to give us a closer look at really is a mega conference there in the heart of the city. well good morning to you. gasia yeah, we're just dead smack in the middle of the two wings of mosconi center here. this is what the dream force and salesforce organizer's call the dream forest. you may notice if you ever seen any images of dream force. they always have this kind of national park themes. you see lots of green lots of brown and behind me here, you see what is pretty much their entire setup. this dream forest is where attendees will come. basically to just hang out in between sessions between speakers. you see a lot of the chairs and seats. there are cafes displayed all around here. this is a long howard street in downtown san francisco just passed third street. that stage here is where they might hear from a number of speakers
or just pieces of live music as well. so lots to do around here as you kind of killed time between your different sessions. ah! whether you're listening to a speaker or attending some sort of a lecture here. decide area is going to be pretty popping a little later this morning here about 40,000 people are expected to be here today. that is only still a fraction of what we've seen in the past this area this convention, this conference usually brings out hundreds of thousands of people. but when you think about in the context of what we've seen the last couple of years when it comes to covid-19 just last year alone, this conference was semi virtual. only 1500. people were allowed to attend. but now the hospitality economy here in san francisco, especially city leaders here are very excited to see this area be moving once again. that means that we have a lot more people visiting. we have restaurants that are going to be full. we have coffee shops that are going to be blossoming. all of us do well when the city does well on the tourism front.
san francisco travel association says dream force will set the precedent for holding regular large scale conventions. attendees we'll hear from a number of keynote speakers today . a speech will come from salesforce ceo marc benioff. tomorrow attendings will have the chance to hear from singer and song singer and talk show host jennifer hudson and former presidential candidate and climate activists. i'll gore this year's sales force says it is partnering or rather celebrating its 20 years of partnership with the city of san francisco. the convention will go on until thursday afternoon. reporting live this morning in san francisco. i'm james torres . ktvu fox two news, james. thank you time now. 7042 people were shot and killed in oakland's pill hill neighborhood . police say a third person was wounded. this happened last night just before eight pm, right across the street from our debates medical center. the three shooting victims were found by police inside of two different businesses. witnesses
say at least two of the shooting victims had just finished praying at the oakland islamic that our mosque right around the corner. there are members of the mosque that would like to sweeten their meal by going to that shop next door. the restaurant which offers t and they go there and they buy the t. unfortunately when they went there. it was the wrong time. wrong place. oakland police are still investigating what led up to the shootings, and so far no arrests have been made. meantime in san francisco, two women are in the hospital after a shooting in the mission district. the shooting started first, just after 6 30 yesterday evening assured distance away from the 24th street mission. bart station. you're looking at video from citizens at one person listed in critical condition. the other is expected to survive . there's no word on what led to the shooting, and no arrests have been made at this point. police are investigating another
case of antisemitic flyers left outside homes. authorities first announced the flyers were found stuffed in plastic sandwich bags and left in cities including palo alto, san rafael denville and san francisco. police in nevada now, say similar flyers in sandwich bags have been found in driveways yesterday around the initial boulevard area and the bell marine bel marin keys boulevard area officers investigated and found the flyers contained antisemitic hate speech. but we're not too determined to be a violation of the law. they say this is being classified as a hate motivated incident. a texas sheriff has launched a criminal investigation after 48 venezuelan migrants were flown from the area near san antonio to martha's vineyard in massachusetts. the migrants say they were told they'd find jobs and other help when they arrived in massachusetts, an attorney for the migrants says most of them had no idea where they were going or even where they were. they were going to cling to whatever hope they could. they could be offered for a better
life. um to just be, uh, exploited and hoodwinked and to making this trip to florida and then onward to martha's vineyard for what i believe to be nothing more than political posturing. salazar refuses to name any possible suspects for what could be a criminal case. florida's governor, rhonda santis, has already said he arranged the flight and you state tax dollars that we're in a fund to remove migrants from florida. told fox news that martha's vineyard had called itself a sanctuary city and said it welcomed migrants. they said they were a sanctuary jurisdiction. these were people who were basically destitute and then put in a situation where they could have succeeded. but that was all virtue, signaling. and not only did i not welcome them. they deported him the next day with the national guard. the florida governor's office says all the migrants signed releases , saying they were willing to leave texas and that that would mean no legal action can be taken against him or the state of florida time. now is seven. oh, seven. back here at home
today, the san francisco school board will reconsider changes to school holidays, including making eat, which is celebrated by muslims around the world and official school district holiday. the school board approved that change, but will also this possible over alleged violations of open meeting laws and constitutional rights of resolution on today's agenda would put the changes on hold and then look for the best way to change school district holidays also happening today of rally in san francisco outside the office of district attorney brooke jenkins, the rally by local advocacy groups will call on the d a to roll back her new policy that allowed some young people to be charged as adults for crimes rally. speakers will include people who have been through the criminal justice system who said the d. a s office should give teenagers age appropriate services instead of putting them in the adult criminal system. that rally begins at 10 a.m. time now is
708. we do have slow traffic all over the bay area, although we don't have a lot of slowing when it comes or a lot of crashes. it's just slowing. so let me say that again, since i'll say it to be more clear a lot of slowing not a lot of crashes. this is highway for getting over to the willow past grade. you will see that the commute here is slow. also at the bay bridge, we have a slow commute. so don't get me wrong. it is pretty slow but again, we don't have a lot of crashes out there. as we look at the east bay map, it's filled in in richmond and getting into berkeley and of course, at the toll plaza. if you're driving in the silicon valley, there is some slowing on 85 approaching 17 and 2 80 has a little slowing after one. oh 1101 is slow near the capitol expressway. dream forces today. just remember that downtown san francisco will be more crowded with the blockage of howard street between 3rd and 4th and other things like that so you might want to consider using transit. to get into san francisco 709. let's go back to the desk. we are tracking
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to day meeting of the federal reserve board begins today. it's expected to lead to key interest rates going up again. fed members are hoping to cool inflation without causing a recession. some financial analysts think the fed could raise rates by a full percentage point. i am of the opinion that they are just off the rails enough, they may actually try 100 basis points on 4% hike. now the u. s economy hasn't seen rates as high as what is projected since before the 2008 financial crisis. the decision by the feds expected tomorrow, the benchmark rate is already the highest in 14 years happening today, world leaders are gathering in new york for the 77th session of the united nations general assembly. the first in person gathering since the beginning of the pandemic this morning, u n secretary general antonio guterres told the general assembly nations are gridlock in colossal global dysfunction and aren't ready or
willing to tackle the major challenges that threaten the future of humanity and the fate of the planet. he said. the only path forward is cooperation and dialogue. president biden addresses the general assembly tomorrow time is 7 14. at least one person was killed in mexico and a large earthquake on the pacific coast. it was a magnitude 7.6 quake centered in the central part of mexico. one person reportedly killed in the ports city of manzoni. oh, we're a wall collapsed at a shopping mall. now the quake was felt almost 300 miles away in mexico city. people were running out into the streets there. there's no word of any major damage. the quake occurred on the same date as major deadly earthquakes that hit in 2017 and in 1985, and about an hour before that quake hit, many people in mexico city were taking part in a nationwide drill. for the anniversary of those previous earthquakes this
morning. hurricane fiona continues to cause catastrophic damage across the caribbean. we have new video now from the dominican republic, the powerful storm is battering most of the nation with sustained winds of 100 miles an hour. the hurricane is destroyed and damaged thousands of homes and businesses and has caused massive power outages. so far, no reports of any deaths tied to the storm. hurricane continues to pound the island of puerto rico with unrelenting rain and life threatening flash flooding. these aerial images show the floodwaters covering entire neighborhoods. hundreds of thousands of people in puerto rico are still without power and running water. fiona's hitting exactly five years after hurricane maria inflicted more damage on puerto rico than any other disaster in recent history. you will expect to, uh too stupid to not see this again after what happened, but here we are again the same situation with the same issues. so far,
there are two confirmed deaths in puerto rico and hundreds of people are injured. there are concerns those numbers could climb much higher in the days to come. look at those pictures, guys devastating. alright, time is 7 16 salads back with latest on our commute. how's it? look? now? it looks normal. dave and diblasio right now we do have the normal slowdowns we normally have here on highway four. and on 6 80 on 24. so we're going to start in contra costa county heading out west. you can also see the traffic is going to be busy at the toll plaza and all over the east bay. we have busy traffic getting into san francisco just a reminder of dream force the convention that salesforce hosts every year back to normal strength. they're closed howard between 3rd and 4th. and that means that you know if i were driving into santa, in fact, today, if i were going to san francisco, i wouldn't drive. i would just take transit because parking is going to be expensive and it's going to be tough driving around there. 7 16. let's bring steve
back in with today's weather. you have a driver. i mean, well , yes, i think i'll give the driver the day off. and maybe i'll take my personal helicopter . steve do in new york. that's true. thank you, sir. alright, good stuff, so we do have a look at the water temps because we haven't looked at him in about three weeks. but now that i'm here, 59 san francisco bowie 60 monterey 62 63 the our outer buoys there even point arena at 60 mid fifties bodega bay in point, reyes. why did they go up where they've been so cold? why they go up because we have this low. and coming around that low, you get a south direction and that warms up those ocean temps . look at that low. numerous lightning strikes out there numerous lightning strikes, so this system is inching closer. it'll be here today, then start to make its move later today tonight into wednesday morning, and then it will accelerate out of the picture by wednesday night and thursday yesterday, though. the atmosphere bubbled
up, especially eastern solano, contra costa county up to napa county and lake county, especially like county can act in near clear lake marsh creek road, also byron, then out the brentwood, oakley, pittsburgh and vacaville, all between a third and almost 9/10 of an inch, right by the way, davis had new three inches of rain. from one of those cells that went by just incredible amounts yet fairfield only at 13 100, so again, the spread between some of these cells coming in is 10, 15 miles and a huge difference on some of the rainfall totals. look at all the activity on that low. it's just not. it's not moving very much. that's the problem. there's also bands out towards the valley, also up in the motherlode and into the sierra so they'll get more rain by the way about two inches of rain near the mosquito fire. in the last 24 hours, and the smoke is gone. the range is really dampened that and so visibility here. quality has improved numerous lightning strikes. but this system has a ways to go. won't be a factor in the morning, but it might be by later this afternoon. more likely tonight into tomorrow fifties on the temporary have a
couple of upper forties, though, so if it feels cooler to you this morning, it is the lowest here today starts to make its move late tonight wednesday morning. that will keep us in the window here for some possible showers, thundershowers and brief downpours again. this is kind of a broad brush because it is just, you know, not far away. there may not be anything yet where you live, or where one you know somebody lives. it could be coming down big time 60 seventies son combination and clouds and thunderstorms will keep that into wednesday morning, then warmer weather end of the weekend of the weekend. you too. steve thank you. time is 7 19. it's been more than 900 days since the world health organization declared covid pandemic just a few days ago we heard president biden said the pandemic is over how one bay area doctor says we should view what's happening on the covid front, and she's in northern california woman convicted of thanking her own kidnapping in a moment how long she will be in jail and the apology she read aloud in court
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opening today. the san jose city council is due to vote today on expanding the use of license plate reader ktvu andre senior live now with a preview of today's city council vote and the controversy andre surrounding this proposal. garcia the san jose city council is scheduled to take up the issue at its regularly scheduled meeting this afternoon. it's part of the effort to fight crime and increased traffic safety in the bay area's largest city. the city council expected to approve a measure that would
provide another $250,000 to install more than these more of these high tech cameras in high crime areas. there would also be more license plate readers at intersections that are a large number of accidents. one man who frequently walks the streets of san jose says these cameras could have helped track down the driver responsible for his recent close encounter with a speeding car. i was walking down the street. i hear this screeching tires and the car jumped over the curb. and. and it went between me and the street. others agree these high tech cameras would help increase public safety when it comes to both crime and traffic. but these license plate readers, they are raising privacy concerns. the key concerns with automated license plate readers really lay in how much data is collected and how long it's retained for policy for the san jose police department specifically allows these cameras for just a few key issues investigating crimes locating missing persons and locating suspect vehicles. the
policy does prohibit collecting any data not in public view and monitoring legal activities such as rallies and protests. it also bans sharing data with immigration authorities and selling that information. however police say these cameras have proven to be tremendously effective and investigating a wide variety of crimes, including hit and runs, vehicle thefts and even site shows gasia back to you, andre senior. thank you. in england. the time of national mourning has ended after queen elizabeth. the second funeral, people are continuing to pay their respects to the queen, the site where thousands of people bouquets of flowers and your buckingham palace we just want to read what ? what the cards have had the same mainly about the queen. yes, because she was to us so special so special. it feels like as a nation we've lost like a grandma figure, and i think it's just nice to come down and pay your respects to someone who , like my whole family have only ever known the queen. the next
big royal event is expected to be the coronation of king charles. the third. no official date has been set, but it will likely take place sometime next year. our time is 7 24 in baltimore, maryland. prosecutors there have 30 days now to decide if they will retry adnan syed or give up the case now. he was released from prison yesterday after being convicted of killing his high school girlfriend back in 1999. he was 17 years old at the time. he's been in prison ever since. but a true crime podcast called serial question the testimony of one witness and the use of unreliable cell phone records. also prosecutors didn't tell the defense about two other people suspected of killing that former girlfriend. this hidden evidence established that other people had threatened his life had hidden her car in places known to them. under the law. prosecutors should have disclosed this evidence. so i
head is on home detention. he's being monitored with gps a new episode on the latest development in the case will debut today on the serial podcast and the northern california woman who faked her own kidnapping was sentenced to 18 months in prison. 40 year old sherri papini pleaded guilty to one kind of making false statements to the fbi and one count of mail fraud. she didn't answer any questions from reporters before her sentencing in sacramento for faking her own kidnapping. in the prepared statement, the mother of two actually broke down in tears, apologizing and admitting her guilt. accord did not miss the mark. he knew her heart by the time he sentenced her trusting her. with what we consider to be a fair sentence, even though it's longer than we wished back in 2016 papini claimed she was kidnapped at gunpoint by two latino women and held hostage
for more than three weeks now, her story started falling apart in 2020 when investigators linked dna from her clothing to a former boyfriend, who she was staying with. it is 7 27 to cdc says four out of five pregnancy deaths in the u. s could have been prevented coming up the response from vice president kamala harris as the ministrations addresses what it calls a maternal health crisis peloton has unveiled a new exercise machine coming up in dollars and cents. the price tag for its new high tech
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what we know now about what led up to the shootings, and the recent rain we've had has been welcome news, but authorities warned the drought it's still here with the storm means for water conservation efforts. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto well, good morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm gasia mikaelian. it's tuesday, september 20th and the weather is changing. let's
check in with our steve paulson as you're really going to take us through the hours ahead. it was change slowly, but it will change. that is correct. it's we're in between systems here. there's a band up in the sierra that did produce about two inches of rain near the mosquito fire. also some snow mount rose had still the aforementioned change that will be in the form of that low right there. uh, it's inching closer. so some sun in the morning then turning cloudy and as this low gets closer, we'll start to see some activity picking up so a mix of sun and clouds more clouds later and then a lot of cloud cover possibility. more showers and thundershowers. i would think later tonight overnight into tomorrow is that low makes its move. it'll move over us, northern california. before it exits on late wednesday into thursday seventies on the temps . alright, sounds here. 7 31. we were out to the east bay still there somewhere else. we're looking at the crowd steve trying to get into san francisco and i'm going to go right to the bay bridge and to show you that there is a crowd they're trying to get into the city on the
bridge, which is typical. if you're going to san francisco today, just remind her that dream forces closed howard street between 3rd and 4th. every time this happens, and the last time it happened honestly was before the pandemic, but i remember what it was like. parking is expensive. it's hard to get around. really so you might want to think about using transit to get into san francisco. this is a look at interstate 80 that looks decent . but if you look at the east bay map in general, there's a lot of crowding when we come back in a few. i'm gonna start looking at that silicon valley commute, which is also getting more crowded. but now it's 7 32. let's go right back to the headlines. thank you. it was a violent night in oakland. three people were shot and killed in two separate shootings. ktvu sally rasmus here now in the studio to tell us what we know. so far. holly oakland police are looking for the people responsible for this violence to separate deadly shootings. that happened in two different parts of the city. we don't know if they're related in any way, but the first happened just before eight last night. at 31st in
telegraph they found one man in a store, another at the little lena restaurant, both shot dead. a teenage boy was also shot in the leg. leaders with the nearby oakland islamic center say the two men who were killed had just come from evening prayers at the mosque right around the corner. they said one of the victims was an ethiopian man who had three sons and owned his own business. there are members of the mosque that would like to sweeten their meal by going to that shop next door. the restaurant which offers t and they go there and they buy the t. unfortunately when they went there was nothing wrong time. wrong place. i just heard heck of shots like boom boom boom! real quiet, like almost like they were inside. and that's a description from one witness in the area who didn't want to be identified but heard the gunfire. it's not clear if the victims were the intended targets of the shooting, or what may have led up to this. no one has been arrested and no suspects identified now, just about an hour later in oakland around nine o'clock, police responded
to another shooting in a different part of the city. callers use 911 to report a woman who had been shot at east 20th street. and 23rd avenue. the woman died from her injuries at the scene. there are no arrests or suspects identified in that case, either and no additional information about what led up to that shooting, but we've reached out to oakland police for more information on both of these deadly incidents were hoping to get an update later this morning, gasia and dave back to you. ali thank you at 7 34. we're hearing from the family of three children who were badly injured after being hit by a car in antioch's family members tell us two of the children are showing some signs of recovery. they say they are especially worried about a 12 year old boy was severely injured and may not survive. he is still in a coma, he could end up being paralyzed from the neck down. everybody is devastated. um. the parents still haven't left the best side. cheyenne was like 50 ft away in the bushes. jonathan had the car on top of them. it's unfathomable. you just every product, every parent's worst nightmare. police
have not released any information about the driver involved any possible charges or updates to their investigation. our time now 7 35 and 34 year old man who has been on the run for seven years, is now heading back to santa clara county to face charges of child molestation. santa clara police say daniel thomas was first arrested back in 2015, but he never appeared in court. five years later. he was released from custody again after being arrested in plumas county. last week, authorities and tastic county arrested him a third time in singleton. it's a city about 30 miles east of reading. one of the bay area's top infectious disease experts is now responding to president biden's assertion that the pandemic is over. i don't agree. unfortunately president biden. i wish it was so i know when we say things. it's over like we're over it. it's different, colloquially from the reality and reality. is there still disease around? we're in a lot
of right now in the bay area, but i think most people are expecting us to have an increase in cases again in a few months, as long as they are unvaccinated people in the world there's a chance of a variant being created. that looks different from what we have and what antibodies can capture. temic. president biden said. the pandemic is over during an interview that aired on the cbs program 60 minutes on sunday night. many public health experts have spoken out, saying his assertion is not supported. by fact, they point out some 400 . people are still dying every day right now from covid. the biden administration is now vowing to step up its response to what it's calling the maternal health crisis. this is following a new cdc report that finds four out of five pregnancy related deaths in this country are preventable. the same research found the deaths are especially high among women of color. vice president kamala harris says access to affordable health care is a major factor in the crisis, she says the biden administration is planning to do
more to help pregnant women and new mothers. time is now 7 36 are recent summer storm means that water levels in marin county reservoirs are above average for this time of the year, despite this being the third year of drought trends, two biggest water storage areas are now at 106% of normal. a lot of that surplus water comes in the storm. we just had it dropped more than an inch of rain on mount tamalpais and nearby communities. it's great. it smells good. looks good. all the animals are really happy. birds are great. county reservoirs are doing a lot better than other northern california water sources. normally, california six biggest reservoirs would be at 56% of total capacity right now. shasta or a bill trinity send louise, new melones and on pedro or at june 3rd about they're not full . the current national drought
map puts more than 95% of california and either severe extreme or x optional draft levels. the experts are crediting customers conserving water if we're making the difference in the marine water district and the rain debate areas had the past few days may have paused the fire season with firefighters are still preparing for things to dry out fast. they say, we would need several back to back storms to reduce the fire risk around the bay area. we're not out of the season by any means, with temperatures expected to rebound later this week, and then what we typically get with our fall pattern. we could very well be right back into critical fire weather by early october. there is some good news, though. firefighters say there haven't been any major debris flows or flooding in areas affected by wildfires that burned over the last few years. they will work closely watched those burn scars the next few months just to make sure future storms don't cause any problems
. time now is 7 38. we're watching traffic for you this morning. things are heating up. perhaps not so much due to crashes. but you've been reporting cell traffic volume is up dramatically. it is and you know, it has been for the last little bit, and that's not unusual for the fall patch traffic season, even though we're still technically in summer, it's meteorological. fall traffic pattern. how's that ? steve is going to have something to say about that. and just a minute. this is a look at the southbank promised you i'd talk to you about this because in the last half hour or so we've had just a bunch of people getting on the road. and now north dont to 80 approaching the lawrence expressway. there is a crash, so that has really slow traffic down. it's backed up from one oh, one all the way up into the valley here. and it's gonna stay that way until they released until they clear that crash. you can see for yourself if you normally watch the i show you this picture all the time. if you normally watch it, it's not this slow and it's going to stay that way until that crash
is gone. now it's 7 39. let's talk to the man himself. mr steve paulson. i believe technically, you still have about a day and a half left of summer. copy that meteorologically. it started on the first. you are correct, sir. yes sir. i listened to you. you do. i think it's six o'clock 603 on thursday the 20 seconds, although kind of feels like it now, a little hint of fall with our system in there and yesterday afternoon thunderstorms. you're up did like county napa county, especially eastern solano, contra costa county that sacramento and the big valley but can act i 89 100 clear like two thirds of an inch marsh creek road, half inch byron, half inch brentwood. oakley. pittsburgh, vacaville, the third davis had three inches of rain, so i mean, i can see some of these cells that went by late yesterday afternoon about 56, and they're they're going through parts of lake county as well up in the mendocino county that was one band that scooted through the other band was just off came right up from the south, and then you can see it again over clear language had some really good rain last 24 to
36 hours and then also brentwood, antioch, bethel island, rio vista. well sure we recycle it through here in just a second, and you'll see that popping up as that developed yesterday afternoon. there it is right there at the back of ill. and of course, davis is a pretty good activity here. and i expect more of that to develop later today. we're in between those bands. you can see some lightning strikes numerous lightning strikes with the low offshore. it has drifted south, and now it's going to start to make its move. but not for a while. here. another 12 hours of 50 sixties on the temps, the lowest with us today, then it starts to move tonight overnight into wednesday. that puts us in the mix for some of this activity here as an inches closer to the coast later today , so some sun in the morning then turning cloudy. scattered showers. possible thundershowers will be with us this afternoon overnight into wednesday. by wednesday night. the system should be far enough east that will be out of the picture 60 seventies on the temps more of the same tomorrow, but still we're not done yet with the rain. we are, though, by thursday and warmer friday into the weekend. you too. okay steve. thank you time 7 41 more
semitic fliers found here in the bay area. they were found in palo alto, danville, san francisco san rafael. we're telling you where the police now say they found messages of hate on people's driveway and later, a team of crisis workers is hitting the treats of oakland every day. coming up this morning on the nine we're talking live with the director of the team called macro to find out how it's trying to help people before situations late.
45 as ukrainian forces retake more areas that russia used to control their finding more scenes of destruction and evidence of what they called war crimes. many of the towns and villages were seized by russian forces soon after the war began in february, will now as ukrainian forces are retaking the areas they're finding houses , destroyed bombs and bullets everywhere. ukraine's president says he'll keep taking back parts of the country. it was once controlled by russia. maybe now it seems to some of you that after a series of victories, we have a certain law. but this is not a lull. this is preparation for the next series to the next series of very important words for us, but you must be heard
because ukraine must be free, all of it in the city of is june . the crews are still finding hundreds of bodies in a mass grave, with many showing signs of being tortured. prosecutors want to build a war crimes case against russia. happening today. the clinton global initiative, the signature event of the clinton foundation, wraps up after a six year absence. the lineup for the two day event includes international leaders, politicians, corporate executives and celebrities, including matt damon, bono, ashley judd and lin manuel miranda. the theme of this year's event is the business of how the event is held in new york the same week as the u. n. general assembly. the bloomberg billionaires index reports. 2020 has been a bad financial year for facebook founder mark zuckerberg. the index shows his net worth is now $56 billion, which is down 71 billion since last year. it's the biggest loss since bloomberg started tracking the individual worth of billionaires. the timing coincides with the pandemic, but most of the decline comes after
the company's name was changed from facebook to meta. our time is 7 46 new this morning. stanford university now owns a big apartment complex. it's just steps away from the campus. the bay area news group says the school completed the purchase of the oak creek apartment in palo alto, right across the street from the campus golf course there are more than 700 units on that property. stanford already owned the land. it was leasing it out. but is now completed the purchase of the apartment on the property. there's no disclosed price for that sale. we don't know what stanford's plans will be for that apartment complex. it is 7 47 peloton is trying to get back to the top of the exercise markets with the new machine. also, macy's has a new partnership with kylie jenner will bring in pam cook for details and more in today's dollars and cents pretty popular . i think good news for macy's. starting next month, macy's will launch its line of kylie cause. medics and her new clean cruelty free and vegan formulas. macy's
will also have a special limited edition kylie cosmetics. holiday collection as the opening bell rang this morning, wall street watching and waiting for the federal reserve policymakers begin their september meeting today, economists do expect another interest rate hike tomorrow, and the federal reserve will announce its analysis and plan for the year ahead. so everybody watching for that now as we take a live look at the markets. the treasury yields are already up, and that is sending stocks down with the dow jones down almost 400 points one and a quarter percent ahead of that meeting, the s and p 500 also down more than a full percentage point, the nasdaq losing almost a full percentage point down almost 100 points. 4 11,042 for the nasdaq. i hope the choice frozen meal is being recalled over mis labeling and undeclared allergens more than £22,000 of the healthy choice. power bowls. korean style beef are affect. take a look at the packaging, the texas based c product says it
contains a chicken sausage and pepper product that includes milk. that wasn't disclosed. there have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions, but customers who bought the product are advised to throw it away or return it to the store where it was purchased. the quality of a home workout is getting better and more expensive. peloton just announced the launch of its newest smart product, the peloton row. it is priced at $3195. take a look. it's a smart rowing machine. it has a 24 inch hd display where you can watch those alive classes and get performance data. the company says the premium fitness machines customized workouts are better than the competition. but it does have competition and tiktok has become more than just a place for viral dances and recipe hacks. more gen zs are actually using tiktok to search instead of google. that's according to a new study by journalism technology company news guard that watches
misinformation on the internet. the study found that one in five videos on tiktok gives users misinformation and also says it's increasing number of gen z users are using tiktok as their main search engine. pam cook, that's a look at your dollars and cents on the subject of tiktok, pam. thank you. there's a warning for people of certain kia and hyundai vehicles, police warned a viral car theft tutorials, online video show kias and hyundais made between 2010 and 2021 are easier to steal. online video showing how to hotwire. those cars with the u. s. b cable have been spreading on social media. one person whose car was stolen captured surveillance video of someone stealing his car and starting it up in less than a minute. probably five ft away from him, and that just happened and 11 o'clock in the morning and my wife and kids are like right there in the kitchen, like all you have to do is look out the window to see it, but he was in and out and 60 seconds. tiktok's says it's removing car theft tutorial videos when
they're found, kia and hyundai say they're working to distribute steering wheel locks to people who may be impacted. garcia okay, that leads us right to south castaneda watching everybody in our commute this morning. how's it? look let's go right to 80. it's looking a little better. dave and gasia on northbound 20. can they clear that crash at lawrence expressway and things are beginning to loosen up? and by the way, there goes caltrain. and steve and i love to point out everyone knows that's the e m d f 40 ph to see engine right? everybody knows that. i'm sorry. i'm repeating myself here. but anyway, things are better in the south bay after they got rid of that crash. i want to show you, though, that it's going to take awhile to get all this traffic unwound 85 look at the guadalupe parkway one. oh, one and this correlates to a lot more people having to be actually at work. look at the bay bridge. we have a big back up there. today is gonna be a tough day in san francisco these next few days because of the dream force
convention. i strongly recommend using transit instead of the car to get into san francisco. now let's bring in the man the miracle. the legend who came in it's mr steve paulson, who came in that's who? what kind of engine was that again, sal? it was an f 40. e m. d f 40. it's a very common but they're going to be replaced steve when they do the electrification. well, everybody knows that. yes thank you, sir. alright can't get past them on those engines. dave he's a man on that. alright our system is inching closer. it'll be with us to today and then we'll start to move tonight and by this time tomorrow, it's just a little bit too far off right now off the coast. but it's closed numerous lightning strikes and there were many lightning strikes and pretty good thunderstorm activity, especially from like county napa county at the sacramento eastern solano, contra costa county yesterday, we'll see. a similar pattern will have morning sunshine. then we'll start to cloud it up. and then this system will move closer towards us by late tonight, overnight into early tomorrow might be a
lot more going on tomorrow at this time than what we're seeing right now. fifties on attempts at a couple of upper forties petaluma, woodside and lafayette are all around 48 or 49 this morning, so if you stepped outside the man if he was cooler it was the law, though hangs around today will still see scattered showers. possible thundershowers and look at all that activity, so there's plenty. there will probably weaken a little bit, but not enough where i don't think we'll get some activity out of it. but again, it's later. not sooner. but today tonight and early on wednesday, look to be in the window for more rain here. 60 seventies on the temps more of the same tomorrow, then that system accelerates out of the picture. the high builds in we go quiet. we go drier and we go warmer, dave. alright see? thank you, tommy 7 53 right now. in san francisco. thousands of people are visiting the sydney today for the start of the dream force convention coming up at the top of the next hour. we'll take you live to the city give you a preview of one of the bay area's biggest tech conferences and how important it is to the local economy. and 49ers
mega rocket. they're adding supercooled fuel to the rocket to see if repairs worked after several failed launch attempt. the critical test would determine the chances of the artemis one mission launched to the moon next week. it's a new vehicle never been tested before , never been flown before. so everything is new. all the loading procedures and all the preparations all the operations. they're all brand new. in order for nasa to move ahead with the september 27th launch at this test has to work if things don't go as planned october, 2nd would be nasa's backup date, the faa turned down a proposal for one that one airline said would help solve the continuing problem of a shortage of pilots. current regulations require pilots to have 1500 hours of flight time before they get their commercial airline pilot license. republic airways asked the faa to reduce
that requirement to 750 hours for pilots who would serve as co pilot, but only if they also completed a special training program. several airlines say the 1500 hour rule has contributed to a nationwide shortage of pilots. the faa says reducing the current requirement is not in the best interests of the public. the airline pilots association also oppose that idea. in san francisco, a judge threw out $50 million in outstanding fees for traffic funds under accord rolling all late fees assessed before july. 1st of this year we're going fed after that date will be capped at $100 that's in line with a new state law. it is 7 58. the doctors with the 49ers say they're pretty confident that quarterback trade lands will fully recover from a broken ankle. he broke the ankle in
sunday's game against seattle seahawks. he's out for the rest of the season, the 49ers say trade land surgery yesterday at stanford hospital dealt with two different injuries, a fractured fibula and the disruption of a ligament. trade lands went on social media. he tweeted this photo of himself in the hospital with the message that truly appreciate all the messages and prayers. surgery was a success, and i'm ready to attack this rehab process. we will never understand why, but i trust it's all part of his plan. i will be back better than ever. this chapter is going to make the story even better. i know we're all just kind of worried about him and making sure that he's doing alright, mentally and physically talk to him here real soon. i know some guys have been over there already visit them. we're not sure yet, but as soon as you can get back in here and start rehabbing, and we're going to one of them apart of everything, every meeting, it can be that be at every practice
you can be at. um i know there's he's not gonna be able to do all of that because of how much he's got to rehab, but especially in those meetings and stuff. we don't plan on trade being away from us at all. and once again, jimmy garoppolo is a 49ers starting quarterback. the vegas odds makers actually improved the 49ers odds to win the super bowl. now that the rapallo is again the started good morning. two people killed and two others wounded in a shooting in what's known as oakland's pill hill neighborhood victim, a friend of the victim's discuss what they're doing a short time before the gunfire. the city of san jose is expanding its use of license plate readers he steps elected officials are taking as they work to address privacy concerns, and today is the start of the largest annual tech conference in the bay area. we will take you live to san francisco for the first day of dream force, as tens of thousands of attendees will return for the first time since the pandemic began. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two times eight oclock. welcome the mornings onto i'm andre senior morning. i'm gasia mikaelian it's tuesday,
september 20th a gorgeous picture at our back window yearlong. the oakland estuary is in golden sun shining. steve paulson. this will be a different view. come what four o'clock three would think so, no doubt about it you too, because we're getting some clearing right now. but the tonight. tomorrow we're going to we're going to see more rain. maybe even later this afternoon. it is running noticeably cooler this morning. we had a lot of upper forties here temperatures. petaluma is running seven degrees cooler in the vital force and rosa six livermore three napa airport three, in fact forties for temperatures this morning in petaluma, danville, woodside and lafayette. how about that 48 also 49, the lowest inching closer, but it really won't arrive until later. not sooner, so that's going to give us increasing clouds. i do think we'll see some inland thunderstorms pop up before that low arrives late tonight. tomorrow morning. by this time tomorrow morning, i think it's going to be pretty active here. temperatures today still held in check seventies. across the board here, all right over to sound now. 801 what would you like to start this time? well
let's start getting into san francisco today is going to be kind of a tough day in the city were mentioning dream force, howard street is closed between 3rd and 4th and south of market doesn't need any help with crowding if you're driving the car into san francisco a few blocks away is that fifth admission garage that tends to get full early on events like this. my boy. james is out there . we're going to hear about the actual conference in a second, but uh, let me just tell you that if i were going to san francisco, i would take bart. that's just the best way to do it to get to that particular event. this is a look at interstate 8 80 north and south . you can see that traffic is moving along relatively well and on 80. it's crowded from hercules heading out to the berkeley area, so just remember , it's crowded, not a lot of serious crashes. but there are delays potato to let's get back to andrei. and so, speaking of that conference, you're talking about happening today. one of san francisco's largest conferences. dream force starts
today. ktvu james tortoises live from san francisco, giving us an inside. look at this much anticipated event, james andre. good morning to you were on howard and between 3rd and 4th street here in downtown san francisco. i let you know that in case for any reason that affects your morning commute, there's going to be some road closures around here. and just as you heard from my boy, sal, but you're going to want to take public transit anywhere throughout downtown san francisco, where i'm standing right now. this is called the dream forest dream force. always has this kind of national park outdoorsy theme to it. and the idea is anyone who shows up here is very much encouraged to explore in this area is dead smack in the middle between the two wings of mosconi center. it's starting to come alive to. we're starting to see some people file in here. some 40,000 people will be coming around here over the next couple of days. now this that was kind of a lounging area that people kind of sit around and grab some coffee in between speakers, but that amount of people about 40,000 good news for san francisco's hospitality economy
. dream force we know happened last year, but it was mostly virtual. only about 1500. people were invited to attend, which is a fraction of the attendance in past years. we're talking upwards of 100,000 people. this year, the city's hotel council reports nearby hotels are full and restaurants are preparing for heavy foot traffic. they're gonna have over 40,000 people here in san francisco for dream force, and they're going to these people going to be staying in hotels going to restaurants, shopping going to attractions and museums. it's really the kind of economic jolt that we needed. san francisco travel association says dream force will set the precedent for holding regular large scale conventions of things go out today. they expect things to continue to go well. attendees will hear from a number of keynote speakers today that begins with the speech from salesforce ceo marc benioff. tomorrow speakers include singer and talk show host jennifer hudson. and former presidential candidate and climate activists . al gore this year, salesforce
says it's celebrating 20 years of partnership with the city of san francisco. the convention will go on until thursday afternoon, and in the next hour we'll hear from a salesforce executive. we'll talk a little bit about what this convention means to the entire city of san francisco. we'll bring that to you coming up. nine o'clock hour live this morning in san francisco. i'm james torres ktvu. fox two news, james. thank you across the bay. oakland police say that two people were killed. a third was wounded in the shooting in oakland's pill hill neighborhood. gunfire was first reported just before eight o'clock last night near the intersection of telegraph avenue and 31st street near alta bates medical center. police say the three victims were found inside two different businesses. witnesses say at least two of the people who were shot and just come from prayers at the oakland islamic center mosque. right around the corner. there are members of the mosque that would like to sweeten their meal by going to that shop next door . the restaurant which offers t and they go there and they buy the t. unfortunately when they
went there was nothing wrong time wrong place. police say it's still not clear what led to the shooting. so far. no arrests in this case. six is your time right now in san francisco. two women are in the hospital this morning following a shooting in the city's mission district. the gunfire was first reported shortly after 6 30 yesterday evening just a short distance away from the 24th street mission. bart station. this is video from citizen app. one person listed in critical condition, the other expected to survive. there is no word yet on what led up to the shooting, and so far there have been no arrests. north bay where barrie police are investigating another case of antisemitic flyers left outside homes. authorities first said flyers were found stuffed in plastic sandwich bags and left in cities including palo alto, san rafael, danville. polo now say similar flyers in sandwich bags have been founded driveways yesterday around the ignacio boulevard area and bell marine bel marin keys boulevard . officers investigated and
found the flyers contained and s semitic hate speech. but we're not determined to be a violation of the law. they say this is being classified as a hate motivated incident. a texas sheriff has launched a criminal investigation after 48 venezuelan migrants were flown from the area near san antonio to martha's vineyard in massachusetts. the migrants say they were told they would find jobs and other help when they arrived in massachusetts, an attorney for the migrants says most of them had no idea where they were going or even where they were. they were going to cling to whatever hope they could. they could be offered for a better life. um to just be exploited and hood went into making this trip to florida and then onward to martha's vineyard for what i believe to be nothing more than political posturing refuses to name any possible suspects for what could be a criminal case. florida's governor, ron de santis, has already said he arranged for the flight and you state tax dollars that were in a fund to remove
migrants from florida. told fox news channel sean shannon. sean hannity that martha's vineyard had called itself a sanctuary city and said it welcomed migrants. they said they were a sanctuary jurisdiction. these were people who were basically destitute and then put in a situation where they could have succeeded. but that was all virtue, signaling. and not only did i not welcome them. they deported him the next day with the national guard. florida governor's office has all the migrants signed releases, saying they were willing to leave texas and that would mean no legal action could be taken against him or the state of florida. happening today. the san francisco school board will reconsider changes to school holidays, including making it celebrated by muslims around the world. an official school district holiday, the school board approved that change, but a lawsuit is possible over alleged violations of open meetings, laws and constitutional rights resolution on the agenda for today's meeting would put the changes on hold and look for the best way to change school district holidays. also today, a rally in
san francisco outside the office of district attorney brooke jenkins, the rally by local advocacy group advocacy groups will call on the district attorney to roll back her new policy that allowed some young people to be charged as adults for crimes. the rally speakers will include people who have been through the criminal justice system who say the d. a s office should give the teenagers teenagers age appropriate services and instead of putting them in the adult criminal system that rally by the way starts at 10 am time now is 809. we have had a bunch of slow traffic out there. if you have been driving your car in the east bay, for example, we do have a lot of slowing still and highway four coming over the hill from bay point and conquered, and also pittsburgh doesn't really get better till 2 42, babe bridges very slow. we're going to have a tough day in san francisco. i know we've been talking about it a lot, but that dream force convention has closed howard street between 3rd and 4th. and what does that mean? well, it means that all the other streets are more
crowded and some of the transit lines are having trouble getting through. so my best advice to you, if you're trying to get to san francisco today is to use part 8 80 looks all right. and when you get down a little farther south, though, it's slow and the whole south bay commute. is filled in every single free. we're trying to get up to cupertino and sunnyvale is slow . it's 8 10. let's go back to the desk. we're tracking hurricane fiona as it pushes through the caribbean will look at the hurricane damage and the rescue operation. also devastation for an antioch family after three children are hit and injured by a car. while there is special concern about a 12 year old and where the police investigation stands this morning,
whole inflation without causing recession. some analysts are predicting another increase of three quarters of a point, and that would put the benchmark rate at about 3% the highest in 14. years of the financial analysts say they believe the fed could raise rates by a full percentage point. i am of the opinion that they are just off the rails enough, they may
actually try 100 basis points on 4% hike. the u. s economy hasn't seen rates as high as what's projected since before the 2008 financial crisis. defense decision is expected tomorrow. happening today, world leaders are gathering in new york for the 77th session of the united nations general assembly, the first in person gathering since the beginning of the pandemic. in remarks this morning, secretary general antonio guterres said that general assembly is meeting at a time of great peril. we have a duty to act. and yet we are gridlocked in colossal global dysfunction. the international community is not ready or willing to tackle the big dramatic challenges of our age. this crisis threatens the very future of humanity. and the fate of our planet. president biden will address the general assembly tomorrow. 8 14 your time right now at least one person was killed in a large earthquake on the pacific coast
of mexico. the magnitude 7.6 quake was centered in the central part of the country. one person was killed in the ports. it even nil manziel, where a wall collapsed on a shopping center. it was felt nearly 300 miles away. in mexico, where people ran out into the streets. there is no word on any reports of damage there. this quake happened to fall on the same date as major deadly quake that struck in 2017 and 1985 and just an hour before the quake hit. many people in mexico city took part in a nationwide drill set for the anniversary of those previous earthquakes. time is 8 15 this morning. hurricane fiona continues to cause catastrophic damage across the caribbean. we have new video from the dominican republic, the powerful storm battering most of the nation with sustained winds of 100 miles an hour. hurricane is destroyed and damaged thousands of homes and businesses and has caused massive power outages. so far, no reports of any deaths tied to the storm here. hurricane that continues to pound the island of puerto rico with unrelenting rain in life threatening flash flooding. you see aerial images here showing
floodwaters now covering entire neighborhoods. hundreds of thousands of people in puerto rico are still without power and no running water. fiona's hitting exactly five years after hurricane maria inflicted more damage on puerto rico than any other disaster in recent history. you will expect to, uhr what happened, but here we are again the same situation with the same issues. so far, there are two confirmed deaths in puerto rico and hundreds of injuries. there are concerns those numbers could rise much higher in the days to come. 16 now happened today the city of san jose could expand its use of license plate reading cameras and its effort to fight crime and increased traffic safety. the city council is expected to approve a measure that would provide another $250,000 to install more of these cameras in areas that seem more crime. there would also be more of these license plate readers at intersections where there are large number of accidents, but these cameras are raising privacy concerns. the key concerns with automated license plate readers really lay in how
much data is collected and how long it's retained for sanders, the police would only be allowed to use these cameras for investigating crimes locating missing persons and locating suspect vehicles, blames a teen hacker group for last week's breach of its systems. uber says the group lapses was likely responsible for the hack. hooper says the attacker used malware to gain access to a contractor's passport and internal systems were accessed. uber insists no user data were compromised. the hacker group has been linked to several high profile hacks, all members of the group that have been invested in the past have been teenagers and is back. he's been tracking trouble on the roads, especially heavy traffic heading into the city right now, so that's right. it's going to be a tough day for the next few in san francisco, if you have to go. if you don't have to be south of market, it may not be as bad but i think that the parking lots are gonna get full. that fifth and mission garage is going to do a lot of work. this next few days. this is a look at
the richmond bridge. you can see that traffic is slow and also some slowing on highway four. things are beginning to improve somewhat, but the vapor it still has a backup. if you can wait a little longer, it should get a little bit better after nine o'clock if you have that kind of time 80 years getting slower driving up past the coliseum. 8 18. now let's talk about today's weather. and here's steve. alright sound. thank you, sir. we will look back to yesterday afternoon from lake county parts of napa county, but for sure, solano county at the sacramento valley and eastern contra costa , there was a lot of thunderstorm activity would not be surprised if this repeats itself but can act almost 9/10 of an inch of rain. you're clear like two thirds of an inch along marsh creek road, clayton. half inch same for byron brentwood. oakley pittsburgh and vacaville had a third of an inch. i should mention that davis had three inches of rain for one of those cells that went through little cool this morning. we're not walk the dog. well you're not alone. woodside was 48 petaluma is 49 danville. 49 lafayette was
in their nicasio in marin county and valley forge on the marine sonoma border, also dipping to 49 degrees. the water temp, so have come up. why is that? because the law offshore the floor around that is counter clockwise. that's a south wind. a south wind warms up those water temps monterey monterey bowie, the outer buoy 62 63 san francisco boy 59. if you get a northwest wind, they'll cool down. but with that low there, that's not going to happen today or tomorrow. maybe later in the week. oh this low is so close. look how i mean it's inching closer. numerous lightning strikes offshore. i do think we'll start to see the line out here for him again. pretty much like we saw yesterday. this won't arrive until late tonight . tomorrow morning. there are some high resolution forecast models. paint a pretty active pattern about san francisco, oakland and on the peninsula tomorrow morning fifties on the temps, starting to rebound from some of those forties fifties on most of the attempts, the low hanging around today begins to make its move starting tonight.
tomorrow morning, then we'll kick out of here by wednesday night. once it moves, it will accelerate. but look at all the lightning strikes offshore. so it's not here yet. you know a break in the morning, but by this afternoon, i think not only inland but also on the coast will start to see some activity really pop up. this could be one of those ones where you could get a half inch of rain or maybe two thirds of an inch of rain over the next 24 hours and not far away. nothing so that's kind of the pattern. red sun cloud showers possible thundershowers later, though not not this morning, 60 seventies into wednesday morning, then it's gone. the high builds in attempt to warm up there you two all right. thank you so much. steve speaking of that system, cal fire says the rain help. firefighters are battling the massive mosquito fire in the sierra foothills. the fire is now 39% contained after burning more than 76,000 acres in eldorado and plastic counties. cal fire says containment has nearly doubled since saturday because of the rain and the hard work of firefighters are growing number of evacuees are now being allowed to return home. what they're coming home to is, um, no power, some no water. you
know, rotting food in their refrigerators and freezers. another rain could continue to fall over the sierra of for the next few days. that's not always good news. those storms could trigger mudslides and burn scar areas. time now is 8 20 coming up, more pedestrians have been hit and killed by cars in san jose already this year than in all of last, this little boy was hit and killed on his way to school just this past friday in west san jose in a minute, we'll talk live with mayor sam liccardo about what his city is doing in the wake of this most recent death on the streets, and she's the northern california woman convicted of faking her own kidnapping. in a moment how long she'll be jail a t
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the coronation of king charles. the third official date's been set, but it'll likely happen sometime next year. in baltimore, maryland. prosecutors have 30 days to decide whether to retry not side or abandon his case. he was released yesterday after being convicted of killing his high school ex girlfriend in 1999. he was 17 at the time and what has been in prison ever since now, a true crime podcast called serial question. the testimony of one witness and the use of unreliable center cell phone records. prosecutors also failed to tell the defense about two other people who were suspected of killing his ex girlfriend. this hidden evidence established that other people had threatened his life had hidden her car in places known to them. under the law. prosecutors should have disclosed this evidence. so it is a home detention right now monitored by gps a new episode on the latest development in this case will w. today on the serial podcast. the northern california woman who faked her own kidnapping was sentenced to 18 months in prison sheriff
pleaded guilty to one count of making false statements to the fbi and one count of mail fraud 40 year old did not answer questions from reporters ahead of her sentencing in sacramento for faking her own kidnapping. in a prepared statement, the mother of two broke down in tears, apologizing and admitting guilt. the court did not miss the mark. he knew her heart by the time he sentenced her east, trusting her. with what we consider to be a fair sentence, even though it's longer than we wished. back i at gunpoint by two latino men and held hostage for more than three weeks or stories started to fall apart in 2020 when investigators linked dna from her clothing to an ex boyfriend, who she was staying with the rapper emma is pulling out of next weekend's portola festival in san francisco. in an instagram story , the festival said the british star suffered a quote, serious and unexpected health matter earlier this summer. a festival on pier 80 takes place this
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action where this little boy was hit and killed by a car on his way to school. we're about to talk live with san jose's mayor sam liccardo about this most recent pedestrian death and how the number of such deaths already surpasses what happened through all of last year. from ktvu. fox two news. this morning's onto good morning and welcome back. i'm gasia mckay at the end of andre senior. today is tuesday, september 20th. thank you so much for joining us what you're seeing. if you're seeing sun outside right now, it may not be there very much longer later on today could yield to some clouds. steve paulson is here with a look at your forecast. now andre, you're well versed on thunderstorms. oh, yeah. oh yeah. oh, yes. miat
know we also have our system now our lowest farther north yesterday. it's dipped a little south, and it's just west southwest of san franciscohem on showing with the morning sun and that low so much closer. i would expect some conditions to go from partly sunny, mostly sunny. the mostly cloudy cloudy later on and scattered showers. now inland will pop up before the coast does, but is this low moves over us late tonight and tomorrow? we are definitely in the window for more activity here. so a little bit of a break now, but things will pop up later seventies on the temps. alright over to south. how you doing, my friend. you know, steve, i'm glad you asked that question. and i'm doing very well. good you know, it's tuesday could be monday. we're moving right along and this week is going to be speaking of the weeks. it's going to be kind of a tough day to get into san francisco. we do have dream force going on howard street is
closed. between 3rd and 4th. and that's putting pressure on other streets. and the best way to get there is just to get on, bart, that takes you right down to all the action there. this is a look at interstate 80 north and south. you can see that traffic is doing very well. and if you're driving on 60 80 from concord, walnut creek, it looks good. something commute has been slow. look at 101. i don't think i've seen this since 2019. it's slow from the capitol expressway. all the way up to palo alto. it's one long line of traffic. welcome back 2019 up into the valley here, okay, that's what we have going on 8 32, let's go back to the desk. sal thank you. it was a violent night in oakland. three people were shot and killed in two separate incidents. ktvu sally respites joins us with what we know about the two incidents alley. we're still waiting for some more detailed information from oakland police, but the shootings happened about an hour part in two different parts of the city, the first one at 31st and telegraph just before eight o'clock, police arrived to a report of gunfire and found one
man in a store and another at the les alina restaurant, both shot dead. a teenage boy was shot in the leg. the person or people responsible fled the scene leaders with nearby oakland oakland islamic center say the two men who were killed had just come from evening prayers at the mosque around the corner. they identified one of the men killed as an ethiopian man who had his own business and was well known and well loved in the community. and we pray together three times a day. like you said, we pray for times three times today. surely is. it's very sad. it's very certain kind of person. really it's a loss to the community also. investigators don't know what led up to the shooting. no one has been arrested and no suspects identified about an hour later, there was another deadly shooting in oakland in a different part of town around nine o'clock. police responded to a 911 call about a woman shot at east 20th street and 23rd avenue. she died from her injuries at the scene. there are no arrests or suspects identified in that case, either and no additional information
yet about what led up to either of these shootings or if these deadly crimes are connected in any way now, just in from oakland police least they tell us they are working on getting us some more information about what happened. and who they may be looking for in these two deadly shootings that happened in oakland yesterday evening, gasia and andre back to you, ali rasmus. thank you. we're hearing from the family of three children who were badly injured after being hit by a car in antioch's. they say two of the children are showing signs of recovery. but they're worried the 12 year old boy was hurt may not survive. he's still in a coma. family members say if he survives, doctors have told them he could end up paralyzed from the neck down. everybody is devastated. um. the parents still haven't left the best side . cheyenne was like 50 ft away in the bushes. jonathan had the car on top of them. it's unfathomable. you just every part every parent's worst nightmare. antioch police have not released any information about the drivers involved possible charges or any updates
to the investigation. one of the area's top infectious disease experts is responding to president biden to claim that the pandemic is over. i don't agree. unfortunately president biden. i wish it was so i know when we say things. it's over like we're over it. it's different, colloquially from the reality and reality. is there still disease around wherein a lot right now in the bay area, but i think most people are expecting us to have an increase in cases again in a few months, as long as they are unvaccinated people in the world, there's a chance of a very in being created. that looks different from what we have and what antibodies can capture. pandemic and president biden said the pandemic is over during an interview that aired sunday night on cbs 60 minutes. many public health experts have spoken out, saying his assertion is not supported by fact, and point out that 400 people are currently dying every day from covid the body administrations now vowing to step up its response to what it's calling the maternal health crisis. that's following a new cdc report that found four out of
five pregnancy related deaths in the us are preventable. the same research found. those deaths are especially high among women of color. vice president kamala harris says access to affordable health care is a major factor in the crisis. and she says abide administration is planning to do more to help pregnant women and new moms. 36 1 south bay community is reeling after an eight year old boy was hit by a car and killed while walking to school last friday morning. the death of the third grader. one block away from calcium and elementary comes a san jose is dealing with a disturbing increase. the number of people hit and killed by cars on city streets. looking back. there were 23 pedestrian deaths since san jose in all of last year. so far this year, there have been 26 pedestrian deaths with more than three months to go in 2022 , san jose's mayor, assembly. cardo joins us this morning as he does every month. thanks for being with us mayor liccardo. good morning. gasia are you familiar with that intersection in west san jose, where the eight year old died last week.
yeah devastating to lose an eight year old and i know that there have been some concerns that that t intersection about whether a stop sign could have done something to prevent this tragedy. there's no question we need to do more to look at all of our roadways to make them safer. uh and you know, we built this city in the fifties and sixties, all these roads at a time when the goal was to move traffic as quickly as possible, and clearly what we're seeing emerging, particularly with a nationwide spike and traffic collisions and death. since this pandemic, we've really seen it in every big city. we've got really focused now on making our roads safer, not simply a mechanism to move traffic quickly, and so we're investing a lot of money now in this effort, and with the help of some remember our scholar we've got about $10 million from the state. we're going to be working in those areas where the data showing we have the highest rates of these kinds of tragedies. we obviously need to do much more in regard to what happened. you just said there
were some concerns about that intersection that perhaps a stop sign could have prevented the death had your office or san jose pd been notified by residents or neighbors about that intersection in particular where the boy was killed. no i'm really relying on what i have in hearing and reading since the tragedy since jacob was lost with my understanding is that many neighbors were concerned, and so obviously we need to do everything we can to get out in front of these problems. that means making our roadways safer in advance. that's a lot of work. obviously in a city that's 280 square miles so we need to focus using data and where we believe. those roadways are most unsafe, particularly mentioned speed corridors in east san jose . i'll mention to you that we ktvu did hear some from people who live in the neighborhood, saying they had reached out to the city not sure who or which department but saying that they had taken their concerns to the
city previously before the crash , tell me a little bit about whether it's working or not that you know the process of isis something dangerous. i want someone to fix it. but in the end, this little boy died. yeah that may well have been the case. i'm not aware of this specific complaints, but i can tell you we received hundreds of complaints every week from residents throughout the city who believed traffic is too fast in their neighborhood. they're concerned about various roadway issues that being present safety concerns. the reality is that we have a very ah, defined and scarce budget and we need to focus our dollars on where the greatest risk exists. what the data is telling us in terms of where people are being harmed. and where the greatest risk is. ironically it's not in the neighborhoods it's actually out on the higher speed roadways. that's where we're seeing the greatest number of fatalities and the greatest harm. and so that's where most of the dollars have been focused. i think
there's no question, though, that we can do more in neighborhoods like this one around castle, mont. for example, with speed humps, stop signs and so forth. to make the railway safer. i know residents there are certainly looking for some changes. let's switch now mayor to pgd outages that affected thousands of people in centers ages two weeks ago during that extreme heat week blown transformers, where the result of record breaking sustained heat according to pg any, you blasted the utility pg any ceo called you personally? what did patty poppy say about the situation? your credit. i think she recognized the importance of pg any getting in front of this before next year and making sure that they are making the, uh the preventative investments to avoid this kind of episode happening again. we saw it happen in 2020 and again this year. obviously, we're out of patients. and that's why we said in october 31st deadline for a very clear capital plan
from pg and e. in terms of how they're going to replace transformers throughout the city. there may be vulnerable outages. and it sounds like you . you know, i read a i mean, you know you wrote in medium saying that you are still holding out the possibility of a lawsuit against pg and if they don't perform to what you're hoping to see yes, we're going to be meeting with pg and e in the weeks ahead, and we appreciate their willingness to sit down with us to ensure that they've got a plan in place in the weeks ahead to ensure this doesn't repeat itself. when the heat waves come again next summer. we've got a lot of work to do. let's see what happens in october, 31st will have an opportunity to look at the plan and decide what to do next. okay let's let's also mention quickly. here you were in washington, d. c not long ago there for the signing of the inflation reduction act. how is that going to in particular benefit? it's san jose residents. i think there are two ways that really will help a lot of residents, certainly for seniors with prescription drug
challenges paying for very costly prescription drugs now, with the ability to better negotiate for lower drug prices , medicare i think we're going to see some of that cost come down for an awful lot of residents and then secondly, really around helping so many of our residents who struggle with high utility costs be able to take advantage of the green dividend to be able to get rebates and tax credits. for example, for more energy efficient appliances will be able to afford to purchase used electric vehicle. those kinds of benefits are really going to be helpful right now because utility costs will continue to increase as a mayor sam liccardo joining us as he does every month. thank you for your time this morning. greatly with you guys. thanks coming up here on mornings on to a team of crisis workers is hitting the streets of oakland every day. next on the nine. we're about to talk. live with the head of macro. it's a team that works to help people living on the street and to address their problems before
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politicians, corporate executives and celebrities. president zelinsky just spoke with former president clinton this morning at 11 30 governor gavin newsom will talk about our state's action, too. fight climate change the theme of this year's event. the business of how 47 is your time. now tiktok has replaced google for gen. z also, macy's could get some help from a well known celebrity makeup brand this holiday shopping season. pam cook joins us now, with a looktnership with kylie jenner. starting next month, macy's will launchcs andr new clean cruelty free and vegan formulas. macy's will also have a special limited edition kylie cosmetics holiday collection. action. as the opening bell ring this morning wall street watching and waiting for the federal reserve policymakers begin their september meeting today, economists expect another interest rate hike tomorrow. the federal reserve will also announce its analysis and plan for the year ahead again that coming in tomorrow, so we will
keep an eye on that right now keeping an eye on the markets and as the treasury yields are already higher this morning that is taking stocks down with the dow jones. there's a live look down one full percentage 10.313 points there. p 500, also down almost a full percent. nasdaq came back a little bit in the last hour but still down about half of a percent to 11,000. for 74 healthy choice frozen meal is being recalled over mis labeling and undeclared allergens. now more than £22,000 of the healthy choice, power bowls, korean style beef are affected by this recall the texas based company that produces the product says it contains a chicken sausage and pepper product that includes milk and that wasn't disclosed. there have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions at this point, but customers who bought the products are advised you can throw it to the store where it was purchased. the quality of a home workout is getting better and more expensive. peloton just
announced the launch of its newest smart products, the peloton row. it is priced at $3195. it's a smart rowing machine with a 24 inch hd display where you can get performance data and watch live classes. company says the premium fitness machines customized workouts are better than the competition. tiktok has become more than just a place for viral dances and recipes. people under the age of 25 are using tiktok as their main search engine to look up just about everything that is, according to a new study by journalism and technology company news guard that watches misinformation on the internet. the concerning part is the study found one in five videos on tiktok give users misinformation. particularly in home remedy videos, so maybe check more than one source. pam cook, that's a look at your dollars and cents. speaking of tiktok, a warning for people who have certain kia and hyundai is
police warn of viral videos on tiktok showing how to steal cars . the video shows kias and hyundais made between 10 4021. they're easier to steal online videos show how to hotwire the cars with the u. s. b cable. all those videos have been spreading online. one person whose car was stolen captured surveillance video of someone stealing his car and starting it unless in a minute. probably five ft away from him, and that just happened and 11 o'clock in the morning and my wife and kids are like right there in the kitchen, like all you have to do is look out the window to see it, but he was in and out and 60 seconds. 60 seconds, tiktok says it's removing car theft tutorial videos when they're found, enforcement, says people who drive these cars should invest in a steering wheel lock, battery, disconnect, switch or car alarm. hyundai and katya, kia and hyundai say they are working to distribute steering wheel locks. the people who may be impacted by this club the club remember that i used to
have one. remember i have one in my trunk now. you still have it. okay? yeah check works. before that a lot of the cars had now, a lot of cars have a locking system, but older cars which i had went to my old truck. well let's get you out the door. vital pick of traffic. thanks to our south castaneda. how we wrapping up this commute self wrapping it up with a lot of people talk amongst yourselves up. we're wrapping it up with people heading into san francisco. we've been talking about it all morning long. there's a big tech conference in san francisco. it's called dream force, and they people at mosconi center have closed. uh howard street between 3rd and 4th, and that means there's going to be traffic on other streets like folsom and mission and some of the parking lots maybe full early. if i were going down there, i would definitely take part. it lets you off right there instead of doing going into san francisco. even if you're not going to that conference, this is a look at interstate 80 north and south that traffic is a moderate. and the east bay community is getting better. it's a little
bit better on 6 80. it's a better on highway for celtic commute. look, it's still very slow. 8 51. let's bring steve back in with today's weather. thank you, sir. we'll take a look back at the thunderstorm activity, which erupted yesterday afternoon about four or 56 o'clock, especially eastern contra costa county, solano county, up to parts and nap of for sure. over lake county contact almost 9/10 of an inch of rain near clearly clear, like two thirds along marsh creek road there half inch same for byron. brentwood. oakley, pittsburgh in vacaville. all had a third or a little bit more than that. davis had nearly three inches of rain. it was a little cool here this morning under the clearing skies, woodside 48 then petaluma, danville, lafayette, casio 49 in valley ford, also at 49 cool degrees. the law is spinning there yesterday was off. mendocino county has drifted south. it is now west southwest of san francisco. look at all the lightning strikes and it is creepy, crawling slowly towards us. but in the meantime, i think we'll start to see some buildups
again here in the afternoon along that line that we saw yesterday, so there will be two g later this afternoon. the other one will be, i think later tonight overnight, the low will just kind of park it there for the day, then start to move later this afternoon tonight, overnight into tomorrow morning, i think tomorrow morning between about four and 10 is really when the law will be right over us will be more prime time here, but it will still pick up a little bit later today. 50 sixties on the temps now below today, tomorrow will be with us . then after that, it will be gone by l accelerate out of here, but not until wednesday afternoon. so until then, i would expect son, then clouds and a lot of clouds and then scattered showers and possible thundershower, especially tomorrow morning near the coast. peninsula san francisco, oakland the way it looks 60 seventies on the temps, we'll see more of the same tomorrow clears out more sun and warmer temps. you guys friday into the weekend back into the nineties. steve paulson . thank you. 8 53 that big hollywood sign down in southern
california is getting a makeover just in time for its 1/100 birthday next year, hollywood sign trust and sherwin williams teaming up to wash prime and repaint that 350 ft. tall uh 350 ft. long 45 ft tall sign was originally built as a hillside advertisement for a housing development but has since turned into a symbol for the movie industry. last time, the sign had some work done, shall we say was back in 2012 back then it was completely rebuild. the project is expected to take about two months. the federal reserve is kicked off. it's a big meeting today when you joined us on the nine we're talking live with an expert about interest rates and what he predicts the fed will do. then 49ers quarterback trey lance is recovering from surgery on his broken ankle with the team doctors say about his prognosis and the message from the quarterback to 49ers fans.
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the ongoing shortage of pilots. current regulations require pilots to have 1500 hours of flight time before getting their commercial airline pilot license . republic airways asked the faa to lower that requirement to 750 hours for pilots who would serve as co pilots, and only if they also complete a special training program. several airlines say that 1500 hour rule has contributed to a national shortage of pilots. the faa says reducing the current requirement is not in the public's best interest. the airline pilots association also opposes the proposal to san francisco, where a judge is thrown out $50 million in outstanding fees on traffic, fines and court ruling. all late fees assessed before july. 1st of this year will be thrown out late fees assist after that date will be capped at $100, which is in line with a new state law. 49ers actors say they're confident tray. lance will make a full recovery. lance broke his right ankle and sunday's game against the seattle seahawks and is out for the season. the team says
lance's surgery at stanford hospital dealt with two different injuries, a fractured fibula and disruption of ligament. lance went on social media tweeted a photo of himself at the hospital with the message truly appreciate all the messages and prayers. surgery was a success and i am ready to attack this rehab process. we will never understand why, but i trust that it's all part of his plan. i'll be back better than ever. this chapter is going to make the story even greater. i know we're all just kind of worried about him and making sure that he's doing alright, mentally and physically talk to him here real soon and some guys have been over there already visit them. we're not sure yet, but as soon as you can get back in here and start rehabbing, and we're going to one of them apart of everything, every meeting, it can be that the at every practice you can be at. um i know there's he's not gonna be able to do all of that because of how much he's got to rehab, but especially in those meetings and stuff. we don't plan on trade being away from us at all. and once again, jimmy garoppolo. is he starting quarterback vegas oddsmakers actually improved the 49ers odds to win the super
bowl. now that garoppolo is a starter, calf born at the oakland zoo joins a herd there that now numbers 23. the oakland zoo helps birth new bison calves to populate a herd of bison that will eventually be relocated to montana. it's part of the zoo's bison restoration project in partnership with the blackfeet indian reservation. good work there by the oakland zoo. yeah. violent night in the east bay as a string of shootings leaves three people dead. i just heard a heck of shots like boom, boom boom, real quiet, like almost like they were inside what investigators are saying, lead up to the separate shootings and what we're learning about the victims also ahead. are you feeling? okay today a new approach to solving a crisis in oakland, a little by little, and hopefully those interactions lead to that to him saying, you know, waking up one day saying, hey, i'm ready to make this change in depth look at how a new team is trying to help people before problems escalate. then tens of thousands of people descending on san francisco today for the much anticipated