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hope that everyone think about. exactly waiting. we will see on the gulf coast of florida. heavy rain, strong winds flash flooding storm surge and perhaps isolated tornado activity. empty store shelves. gas stations running florida's bracing for hurricane ian with local leaders in florida are telling people as the storm is expected to make landfall tomorrow to push to help get more people who are homeless off the streets of the south bay county supervisors want to happen this year following 100 deaths of people who were living on the streets. the fire burns in the oakland hills dangerously close to homes how the fire originally started , then spread above interstate 5 80. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on to welcome back. i'm gasia mikaelian. good morning. i'm dave clark. tuesday morning. september 27th. it
feels good outside doesn't mild . i thought you'd like it. steve paulson likes it, too. he's also keeping an eye on that big hurricane. well it'll be probably tomorrow night the way it's looking sometime wednesday , or maybe overnight into early thursday. we'll get to that in about 10 minutes or so, but we have a big fog bank out there, and it's going to be a cooler pattern for many, especially well away from the coast here, so you're two for tuesday does have that fog and cooler inland coast and bay dropped yesterday. they are not changing, which means we're seeing sixties and mainly seventies only some of the most ill and locations will dip into the eighties. alright sounds here at 701 east bay bridge. what well, you know what? let's start with the east space team because that's where all the slow traffic is, and that includes the bay bridge here at the top of seven o'clock . we do have a rather large backup here at the toll plaza. it's backed up all the way out to the maze. it's not unusual, and it might get better as we get closer to the nine o'clock east bay has been a little tough
6 80 out of pleasant in heading south and 8 80 is slow out of san leandro. a couple of crashes have cleared to the shoulder in union city. but it's slow as you can see, heading south south bay community is not really that filled in yet. it doesn't start until a little bit later on seven. oh one. let's go back to the headlines. all right. thank you. well, time is 70 to the path of hurricane in this changing slightly, but in the next 24 hours that big storms expected to slam the central florida coast, ktvu erasmus monitoring the conditions and the warning just issued by florida's governor and emergency leaders minutes ago. your live now with an update the main focus of that message that we just listen to get out of the coast. if you live on florida's gulf coast, the time to evacuate is now there's about 2.5 million floridians under some type of evacuation warning because of hurricane ian. there are also warning people that they should expect some power outages throughout the state for the next several days after the storm, and that's why there are dozens of utility trucks already on standby, waiting to reconnect power. once the storm passes
through on my right here, you see the storm path and the radar images already hit the coast of cuba overnight. now it's headed towards florida's gulf coast. the eye of the storm not expected to hit tampa bay directly. that's the latest projection from florida officials. hurricane ian expected to make landfall in the southern part of sarasota's florida, the central coast and then cut across the state, bringing with it some wind gusts . storm surge is of 5 to 10 ft. heavy rainfall and flooding conditions are expected to be especially dangerous. mother nature is a very fearsome uh, the adversary so please heed those warnings. you do not need to evacuate to another state. you don't need to go hundreds of miles away their shelters that are open and all of these counties at this point, the important part as if you're under an evacuation order is evacuate to higher ground. that is going to be safe from the type of surge and flooding that
were that were fearing with this storm. florida's governor is now mobilized about 5000 national guard troops to help another 2000 guard. troops from neighboring states are also on their way. 26 school districts across the state of florida have canceled classes because of this storm, and again, there's about 2.5 million people. under evacuation orders. president biden has issued an emergency declaration that will provide immediate federal help. again hurricane a category three. storm now expected to reach category four strength by the time it reaches florida's gulf coast sometime tomorrow. so the warning this morning evacuate now while it is still safe to do so, garcia and dave back to you, thank you. and we have some new video to show you have a government plane flying near the eye of hurricane ian is that category three storm gets closer to florida. look right out their window. it shows the team of the weather experts working inside that plane. they're keeping a close eye on this huge storm. they'll be doing it around the
clock for the next few days, happening today with santa clara county supervisor county supervisor will propose opening warming centers earlier than normal this year to get people living on the streets indoors before the rain and cold weather hits. 167 people who are homeless have died already this year in the county, at least 14 of them died this month. officials blame a lack of housing, health issues and drug use, in particular the fentanyl crisis. they're trying to push to quicken the expansion of our services like number of beds and treatment so that we have a more conservative efforts to get more, for example, knockin on the house residence and then campus as well. medical staff members go talk with people living on the streets, offer them health care and provide narcan to treat overdoses. 250 homeless people died in the south bay last year. our time is now 705. we're trying to get some more information about any damage in oakland after fire ovs encampment, some of the pe therl
ignoring orders to pack up and leave. that defiance comes as work crews are clearing out a new part of the encampment on wood street, just below the mcarthur maze. caltrans teams are working with the city to relocate about 40 people, but some of the people have made it clear they have no plans to move. just gonna stick it out with my friends and family out here, and we're going to fight together and work on some solutions. okay caltrans officials say they're still on schedule to fully closed down that encampment by november, firefighters were in the east oakland hills all night, closely watching a fire just just above interstate 5 80. the fire is now contained video posted to citizen app shows. the fire started as a truck fire last night on westbound 5 80 at edwards avenue. the flames spread to brush and trees and came within 50 yards of homes on blue rock court. fire everywhere
and it was crazy. i looked out the window. i see flames had to run inside the house. grab all my clothes. grab my baby. get her stuff. it was just ridiculous in this smoke everywhere to evacuate my house. between three and five acres burned. no injuries reported no buildings were damaged time now 707 a weekend fire in san francisco, caused major damage showing historic sports bar. it's the double play bar and grill it first opened way back in 19 oh, nine, it was a favorite for baseball fans heading to seal stadium. that stadium right across the street from the bar was a long time home of san francisco's minor league baseball team and seals stadium was the first home of the san francisco giants when they moved west from new york city in 1958. double play was always good when you had the games stadium. people would come there have their large have their drinks and they used to be an outside area where these two
see right into the games. now investigators are still looking for the cause of the fire. it started early saturday morning, the owners say most of the historic baseball memorabilia inside was lost in the flames. election day is six weeks from today. among the issues california voters will be deciding november 8th is a ballot measure that includes a third attempt to create new rules for kidney dialysis clinics across california basis. wow it was frightening to me. i realized that it was my second chance online. it was the only thing that i could do at the time to keep me alive. dialysis patient, wayne cox is among those opposed to proposition 29 29 would require that a doctor, nurse practitioner or physician's assistant be onside during all patient treatment. opponents say this additional staffing would be both costly
and unnecessary. supporters of prop 29 it would protect patients and provides safeguards to keep clinics from closing. autonomy money in this industry . both davita interests any as we're stopping billions of dollars into shareholders pockets, they run giant margins compared to other parts of the industry, so we think there is more than enough resources to improve patient care, and we think the them using the threat of closure is just scare tactics. supporters of the measure are not ruling out a possible fourth ballot measure on kidney dialysis clinics. if california voters do not approve prop 29 in november time now is 709 happening today, the santa clara police department issued a traffic advisory for tonight at levi stadium and the surrounding streets because of a soccer match. that advisory takes effect at nine o'clock this morning. that's when tasman drive outside the stadium will be closed. parking lots will open at 1 30. this afternoon and
the gates of the stadium will open at five p.m. the match between men's soccer teams from mexico and colombia. begins at seven o'clock tonight. time now is 709. we do have a lot of slowing out there and many of the usual spots. for example, the bay bridge is slow as you drive into san francisco. there's a bigger delay. it's a toll plaza westbound 5 80 right near the 9 80 24 interchange. they're clearing the crash there as well. that is in the back up to the bay bridge. i also want to mention that the east bay commute is pretty slow. we had an earlier crash in union city. it's on the shoulder. it's backed up from san leandro in 5. 80 is also recovering after some earlier things you see six haiti is going to be slow and also we have in the south bay back up this beginning to form along north. dont wanna one. there's a brand new crash involving a motorcycle now. that one just came in, sat down one oh, one near the san bruno in the saint bruno area near the airport exit
, so we're going to keep an eye on that it may affect your drive from san francisco to san bruno. if you're going to the airport, 7 10, let's go back to the desk. alright sal woman who was flying on southwest airlines accused another passenger of assaulting her coming up. we have the latest on what happened and how it's being investigated by the police and the fbi after a break dozens of shares deputies are off their normal jobs and alameda county. their performance into psychological exams is affecting their duties and the action. the sheriff's office i taking
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is taken away and have lost their powers as law enforcement officers. the sheriff's department is taking the section following the deputies poor performance on their psychological evaluations. ktvu andre senior live in studio to tell us about a memo the sheriff sent to the deputies in his department andre garcia, the sheriff has taken 47 of those deputies of active duty, but they will still get their pay and benefits. at least for now. the deputies all had low marks on their psychological exams dating back to 2016 ktvu news has learned. the deputies received unsatisfactory marks during their background checks. the deputies had a wide range of assignments with the alameda county sheriff's office. they included monitoring inmates at santa rita jail in dublin to
patrolling the streets of the eden township station in san leandro. civil rights attorney dante pointer calls the decision to take away their guns and unprecedented move. essentially have close to 50 members of law enforcement who are given a pass to carry a badge and a gun and they were not qualify. ktvu has obtained a copy of the letter. sheriff greg ahern sent to the deputies in his department. that letter says deputies can be fully reinstated if they pass a second psych exam administered by an independent state commission. this morning, we received the second memo from a sheriff's captain sent to all santa rita jail staff. the captain writes that the deputies relieved of their law enforcement duties have done nothing wrong and have done quote. great work for the community. karin janssen is an attorney who has sued the sheriff's office over jail conditions. she's concerned about the conduct of the deputies, who often feel overtime shifts at the county jail. the way folks conduct themselves in control. it's very different than the environment in which you need to conduct yourself inside of a jail, so a
lot of those folks are rotating through the jail. all this controversy comes less than three weeks after sheriff's deputy devin williams jr was charged with the murder for allegedly shooting a couple in dublin. investigators say williams had been in a romantic relationship with a married woman who was a nurse at a county psychiatric jail hospital. rather williams is being held without bail at the same jail. he was working just hours before killing the couple. in dublin will send it back over to you there. alright andre. thank you time now. 7 16 new this morning, researchers at the national park service say a mountain lion that they have been tracking in southern california died from mange. now this is the first mountain lion and their study to die from mange, which is a common skin disease that most animals recover from the lions immune system was compromised by the effects of rat poison, most likely after the mountain lion ate a dead animal that had eaten that poison redwood city woman on the bachelorette weekend trip
and gold country had quite a shock when she opened the trunk of rescue v cell phone video shows a bear inside vicky coast , santini's range rover. she and her friends were sleeping at a vacation home in the community of arnold and calaveras county earlier this month. they woke up when the car's horn started blaring, the hazard lights were flashing the peeked outside and the windows of the car were frog by condensation. there it goes, they couldn't see inside. they used a key fob to open the trunk, and we just saw the bear jump out. this is my range rover. it was very foaming at the mouth when it came out. and it was probably very dehydrated from having been in there so long, so it was pretty desperate to get out. likely spent six or seven hours inside the suv, tearing up the dashboard and the seats. disbelief i was completely stunned. i often say a bear ate my car. it is destroyed ripped apart the dash . so it was trying to get through it. every single door panel is destroyed. every single seat is ripped. but the worst part was the smell. judging by
the muddy paw prints the bear got into the suv through the back passenger door. we should note there was no food inside. of course, visitors to tahoe and, you know, gold country always told don't leave anything even remotely edible in your car because they will smell it and find it. but apparently not the case in the u. do garcia just throw the whole thing away and called my insurance gal, right? okay, we're gonna call south first because he knows what's happening on our roads right now . south. well, nothing is adventurous as that last story there, but we do have some things you should know about. let's go right outside to the bay bridge, and this whole area is going to be slow. 5 80 at 9 80 also crashed. they're clearing from that area approaching the bay bridge. you can also see that 8 80 has been very slow. we had an earlier crash in union city. and look how slow it is here on 8 80 heading south. it's slower than it normally is 60. he's also going to be slow heading out of dublin, hitting down toward pleasanton and the south, their communities now beginning to fill in on 85, 2 81. oh, one.
it's a little bit slow as you can see. things are beginning to normalize, though we've had a couple of things that are popped up that are out of the ordinary . i don't want to almost forgot to tell you about this crash sat down one on one approaching the 3 80 interchange in saint bruno. that's a motorcycle crash watch for some slowing coming out of south san francisco and heading down towards 3 80. 7 19. let's bring steve back in. with today's weather weather will be cool, cool. cool today and tomorrow we will start with ian . though it's about ready. in fact, i think it's about ready to head off into the gulf and encounter some very warm water 86 degree water temps as it moves into the gulf that will intensify it, so you know we'll go from category three to category four before it starts to make his move somewhere on the gulf side of florida. you can look at multiple projections. some of them are north of tampa, some over tampa. some are more towards sarasota's . so let's just ease into this as we go into tomorrow, but it has been drawn more easy because
of a system to the north. i'll show you that in a second, you can see the track some of these again. take it more to the to the gulf side. some right over. tampa which would be rare haven't had a direct hit since 1921 others now take it more towards sarasota or a little south of that. the worst case scenario for tampa would be if it goes in just to the north are right over tampa a better case would be if it goes into the south. just if that's because of the circulation around that you can see a category four on wednesday than wednesday afternoon evening. somewhere between then and early thursday is when it looks like it will make landfall somewhere near tampa. don't want to say tampa st pete. yeah, but it sure looks pretty close. the reason why it's taking a job more to the east because of that deep, cold, upper level system. i mean, this is a whopper. for this time. you're very cool forties fifties on the temps here, but because of the nature that system, it draws that hurricane ian up some of it instead of going due north and now takes a job more towards the north northeast, which is putting it in line more towards somewhere around tampa. for us, i mean, seriously, june june
gloom, august, whatever you want to say. that system is going to drag across right there. the low will go into the north, but we will get the area of low pressure to just kind of drag across this right like that, which will keep this big fog bank in place today tonight, tomorrow, in fact, maybe even a little bit cooler tomorrow for some inland areas, which are already coming down. so sixties coast in bay and then seventies for many inland there will be a couple of eighties livermore tomorrow might be hard pressed to get over 80. this is a really deep fog back in the cool pattern for us for the end of september fifties on the temps, these won't change much because almost everybody says cloudy and overcast will be slow to clear if at all, for some near the coast in parts of the bay until much much later. sixties seventies eighties by tomorrow, it's even cooler pattern. then we start a little bump up on those temps. especially friday. maybe saturday, then back to cooler one there, cassie and dave on sunday. steve thank you . 7 21 terrifying moments caught on camera as a train crashes. police patrol car with a handcuffed woman inside. coming
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fell down into a huge sinkhole. on saturday. the father of the girl and three other people were rescued sunday, cruise used ropes and ladders to get them out. heavy rain probably created to sink holes on one of the town's main roads. guatemala's national disaster released agency is investigating to find out if other people in that area are in danger. scientists at stanford are warning about the possibility of an earthquake as big as a creator on a fault under silicon valley. a new study finds that two lesser known fault known together as the foothill thrust belt, could produce an earthquake as strong as a 6.9 magnitude every 252 300 years, the scientists aren't saying an earthquake of that size is going to happen. they say those faults have the capability of producing a strong earthquake. seismologists and the usgs say, as of now, there is no way to predict what an earthquake of that size could strike. vice president kamala harris will visit the
demilitarized zone on a trip to south korea on thursday. this announcement comes after north korea filed a missing fired a missile toward the sea outreach attempts by the bin and administration to north korea have failed amid fears of potential nuclear tests. vice president harris's visit to the dems will be the first by a senior white house official since president biden took office time is 7 26. biden administration plan to cancel student loan debt for millions of americans will cost $400 billion. that's according to the nonpartisan congressional budget office. supporters of the plan say it's a much needed help for middle class borrowers. republican lawmakers, though, say it's wasteful and inefficient and then efficient way to use government money. criminal investigations underway into what may have caused the miskito fired. why there's a possibility pg and e equipment may have caused the biggest fire in california and the deadline
smack with you because airport food workers are again on picket lines coming up. we'll bring you a live report from the airport on the changes those food service workers are demanding. and one bay area school district , breaking ground now for building its first affordable housing project for teachers where it's happening and who can qualify. 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 gasia mikaelian. it's tuesday, september 27th as we're certainly watching the weather in florida, and, uh, there's a hurricane heading that way, will also focus on our area conditions first deal. they're very cool for the end of september. i mean, this is a really kind of unseasonably cool. we're not used to this. usually i'm talking about how hot it is offshore breeze. there's nothing of that anywhere near. i mean, it's just a looks like june pattern here, strong, onshore breeze. big fog bank. so you're two for tuesday has that
big fog bank and cooling continues inland temperatures came down a little bit yesterday . they'll continue to come down to the coast and bathe oh, sixties seventies inland temps, mainly in the seventies of the few now low, low eighties. alright sounds here at 7 30. where are we going this time? we're going to the bridge first, because i think everyone will always wants to see that steve and that would be the bay bridge and we had some slow traffic approaching it. i also want to mention that if you're heading down to san francisco international airport, there is a delay approaching the 3 80 interchange because of a crash. south bay commute is getting busy on 85 to 80 and 101 will be right back and just a few minutes with some of the east big trouble spots but now at 7 31, let's get right back to the headlines. thank you happening today day two of a strike by sfo food workers. the walkout is forcing most airport restaurants to shut down for the time being now the san francisco board of supervisors will conduct a hearing today to examine worker conditions. katie's james torres out live at sfo again this
morning in front of some noisy picket lines. james yeah. garcia. these people on strike have been here since two yesterday morning. they're still going strong here this morning. day two of this strike, and they say all they're asking for are just some reasonable demands things like some wage increases and guaranteed health benefits. joining me this morning here is mr lee cunningham, who's a bartender here at sfo. he's been here for about seven or eight years. good morning. thanks. so much for joining us. we've heard the message from the union from a couple of these people about why they're protesting why they're on strike today. but you personally why are you out here today? um for me. it's pretty simple. you know, i've been working at the airport for a long time and i've taken care of a lot of people. i've been here and in that time i've seen prices go up on items you know, three times in the last six months, and i haven't had a raise since 2018. so it's pretty simple to me. you know that we deserve some better treatments and livable wages, you know, go into what's going on today. you know, we've heard that a
majority of these employees are making ah, if not minimum wage close to minimum wage. any time we have this conversation nationwide, even you often hear well, people are doing minimum wage jobs for people with that kind of message. what do you have to say to that? um well, i was going a minimum wage job. i mean, you still have to be able to take care of yourself. regardless of what way did you make? you shouldn't have to work? you know, two or three jobs just to be able to, you know. buy groceries, pay your basic bills. things like that one job should be enough, and especially if a company's promised the next to you letting you know that, you know you're going to be able to have health benefits and going to be able to take care of yourself. you shouldn't have to weigh those types of things. minimum wage or not. what has what has your days looked like before today? were you working more than one job to make ends meet? yeah yeah, i was. you know, the cost of living is goes up and continues to go up. especially here in san francisco. so you have to do what you have to do this, you know, stay afloat. and at one point, you see that you need
more money, so you have to kind of go and try to find supplementary income. just this period of 24 hours alone. we've seen the restaurants in the airports completely empty. no one near the bars are super long lines rather just some of these stands here. uh for the airline travelers that this is affecting the customers the airport. you know what's going through your mind when you know that something like this is having that kind of effect. um uh, i kind of say kind of good because you kind of want people to feel it where it hurts and where it hurts, unfortunately, is at their bottom line. and you just hope that those types of things can help them to see you know that they've been making the wrong choice. you know this whole time. i'm talking about employers and people who stop these jobs here. you've got to treat your workers better. you've got to give them a means to take care of themselves without having to break themselves and have no time for self care or rest to the passengers. you know, i say, you know, just be patient, bro with
us, and hopefully the folks that are able to make these decisions can change their minds and make the right one. mr conaghan. thank you so much for joining us this morning. best of luck to you as mentioned before these guys now do have a hearing with the board of supervisors a little later this afternoon, they will be hearing their testimonies. their stories support. supervisors also asked sfl officials to be president at that meeting as well, that's all set to kick off. about three o'clock this afternoon. when i realized this morning from sfo, i'm james torres. ktvu fox two news, james. thank you. president biden has launched a new initiative that may help travelers have a clearer picture of the full cost of a plane ticket by requiring airlines to disclose all the fees up front. the proposed rule aims to encourage more competition among airlines. it would require airlines and third party travel sites to provide information about extra target charges. such as baggage and change fees before customers begin the process of buying their tickets. president biden said that consumers should know the full true cost of their ticket while
shopping for flights. the rule needs to undergo a 60 day comment period before final approval time now, 7 35 a groundbreaking ceremony today from the san francisco unified school district, building its first affordable housing project for teachers, 135 affordable housing units are planned for school district land in the middle of the sunset district includes studio one bedroom, two bedroom and three bedroom units. will be built on where the francis scott key elementary school used to be. well many people are supporting the change . some neighbors worry about noise, traffic congestion and possible parking problems. it's been really loud like you can feel the vibration. just come into the house. i hope they thought about how much people they're going to cram right here. you don't get paid well enough to live in san francisco. so if they can get some, you know, housing their lower price more than welcome for that. now there'll only be 50 parking spots for the more than 100
units, teachers, school district employees and anyone who meets the city's guidelines for affordable housing will be qualified to live there. a family of four has to earn less than $166,000, mother replies to replace p mercury news. 209 apartments will be built on a section of gateway plaza. a shopping center at the corner of paseo padre parkway and walnut avenue. that's where 24 hour fitness center is currently located. it would be destroyed and then replaced with the new apartments as well as a parking garage. we're heading into what is traditionally the height of fire season. scientists and firefighters say favorable weather conditions this year have helped keep fire activity far below what it's been in recent years. they warned, though there is still time for things to change offshore winds can cause a big threat when it comes to fires, and those don't usually start to show up until fall and winter time now, 7 37. we're learning that the u. s forest service has seized a pg
and e power pole as part of a criminal investigation into what cause the mosquito fires. according to a regulatory filing . the forest service sees that poll and its equipment over the weekend comes after an initial assessment showed the mosquito fire started that the oxbow reservoir near a pg and e power lines, the pg and e had reported there was an outage in that area at that time, people living there by say, they're eager to know what happens, but they're waiting until they get more information to make a judgment. i don't have any right to blame anybody until i know what really, really happened. i mean, has it happened before it has, but i don't i don't get to say anything to pg any as a spokesperson for pg and e says that transmission poll was replaced 10 years ago by a steel poor pg and e says it is cooperating with the forest service investigation and is investigating itself as well.
the bay area woman says she was assaulted by another passenger while on a flight from orlando to phoenix. the woman's husband tweeted, she was resting her head on the seat back table when a man in the scene in front of her violently pushed his seat back in an attempt to hurt her. nearby passengers reported the man, then you slurs and profanities against the woman and said she got what was coming to her. you've heard of lots of assaults, whether it's passengers against each other past 10 years against crew, they are statistically rare. that one is unusual. but it's never really that i can think of being the case that the seat back has used been used to assault. another passenger. passenger seated nearby exchange notes with the woman written on napkins, urging her to call for security, according to the victim's husband. the plane was met by police in phoenix, where authorities took statements from all involved and referred the matter to the fbi. alright time at 7 39. alright forget giving
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state was held in tokyo, japan for former japanese prime minister shinzo abe, who was assassinated earlier this year. you can see vice president kamala harris was there she led the u. s delegation to the funeral. dozens of other foreign dignitaries were among the 4300 people who were there and there were thousands of protesters outside of the funeral. 20,000 police officers and more than 1000 soldiers were stationed nearby. more than 40 people have
now been killed in protests in the iran and thousands more have been arrested. protesters are showing their outrage over the death of a 22 year old woman who had been detained by iran's morality. police. the protesters say it was the latest act of brutal oppression by the iranian government. iranians around the world have also staged protests and are demanding change. we do not want any kind of dictator beach shot or beat the supreme leader. showing everybody in the world that the people of iran are determined that they will continue their anti dictatorial movement and on sunday more than 6000 people marched across san francisco's golden gate bridge, showing support for the people and particularly the women in iran. more demonstrations are planned in the bay area this coming weekend and investigations underway in
colorado after a train slammed into a police car when a suspect was handcuffed inside. dashcam video shows the moments leading up to the crash. officers at earlier chased down a woman driving a pickup truck. she was suspected in a road rage seat of the police vehicle that was parked on the tracks. the biggest question is why would you park on the train track? um it's just magnificent. gross negligence. recklessness crash caused the woman to lose consciousness. she woke up in the hospital with nine broken ribs, broken teeth, as well as head and leg injuries. the officer who parked the car on the tracks is on administrative leave. the incident is being investigated. alright our time is 7 45 shifting gears, forget about dishes and giving crystal two newlyweds couples are asking for help, and they're doing it
on the wedding registry. just talking about focusing on the big bay area tech company that's been hit with a big fine. pam cook has a good wrap up today in dollars and cents lot to talk about fun first to find oracle has reportedly settled with the sec over charges that the software company bribed foreign officials in exchange for business. this is the second time oracle has been charged with this type of violation. oracle has not denied or admitted to the findings by the sec in paying that fine. ringing the opening bell this morning livewire celebrating its spinoff from harley davidson live wire is the motorcycle makers electric bike division. the move has prompted analysts who suggest it may be a good financial move for some of the carmakers like ford and gm to spin off their tv divisions. as that opening bell rang this morning, the s and p 500 started the day at its lowest level in two years. close to the same for the dow and the nasdaq, but it is a bit of a recovery this
morning. , there are more than a percent 320 points or so they're the s and p 500 back about 3700 up one and a quarter percent. the nasdaq getting close to that 11,000 level up almost 2% close to 200 points right now. facebook says it has taken down a massive network of fake accounts, accusing those accounts of spreading russian propaganda about the war in ukraine, parent company metta says the 1600 accounts were used to spread false information and stories about the war to audiences across ukraine. meta is calling the largest and most complex network of fake accounts linked to russia that they've identified since the ukrainian invasion began. tiktok in the biden administration are moving closer to a deal to resolve security issues about the popular social media platform news outlets, including the new york times report, the white house and the owners of the video sharing app have been in negotiations. one of the last sticking points involves, uh tiktok's chinese ownership and
whether or not they can threaten homeland security. under the proposed deal. improvements include data security and management without requiring the parent firm. china's bite dance to sell tiktok and asked for the newlyweds more are asking for cash from their wedding guests to use towards a down payment on a home. the financial times reports. guests are giving couples between 175 to $200, on average for help towards purchasing a home wedding sites. report. housing related cash registries have doubled since 2019. the website, not says funds for new homes, repairs and renovations are the second most popular items on the wedding registry. the most popular item now helping pay for a honeymoon . i'm pam cook, that's a look at your dollars and cents. alright, 7 48! let's get you out the door here, tackle the morning commute with sal castaneda to alright, gracia. and right now we do have slow traffic at the bay bridge, which is typical. i just want to
show it to you, i think issue oh, my mike must have fallen off, okay? that's why we go to the backup. mike fellas, i don't know where my mic is. alright uh, you can see the traffic is going to be backed up at the bay bridge talk plaza. there have been no major issues. as you drive into the area. however, you will see that traffic is going to be very slow as you drive up to san francisco. also we're looking at the east bay. it's been kind of tough. look at 6 80 look at 58 look at 8 80. all of them are slow and this is because of earlier crashes, so it's not going to be a routine commute, especially on 8 80 heading down to fremont. san mateo and to 80 in san jose bong and southbound littleic break southbound near 87 north bong is slow getting up to the west valley. 7 49 to cloudy start here's steve. it's a very cloudy start sound no doubt about it
here. we have a big fog bank in place. i mean, it's a grace guy, and almost every observation says cloudy cloud deck getting help by system moving into the north. i would think that cloud cover popping up over the mountains will get pushed off towards the west around the least side here as we get more of a west southwest. flow in the upper atmosphere here. water temp's still up on the mild, warm side 50 sixties so coast i mean, when you get water temps this warm high temps on the coast will probably only be a couple of degrees more than that around 61 62. for me, there's just too much for out towards fairfield west at 18, west southwest 24. there's been gusta 32 out of travis that was early this morning, so the onshore breezes in place, that's our system. now the bulk of this will move into the north, but the tail end will drag across us starting late tonight into tomorrow morning, keeping this low overcast in place, there will be very slow to little clearing for some today, especially over by the beaches. sunny breezy santa rosa livermore, palo alto san jose arrows all coming down 76 82 73 74. i wouldn't be surprised they come down a little bit more
tomorrow. 62 56 for the city right there on the average for the low but well below the average high for this time of year, the record 93 2010 sunset now 6 59 pm fifties on the taps . they haven't moved all morning long and they're not going to because there's too much over us here. that system will be with us today. tomorrow then it looks like warmer temps thursday friday back to a cooler pattern, probably sometime late in the weekend. those 60 70 some eighties, but most occasions in that will be in thees. today and tomorrow in a little warm u friday. little cooler by the weekend, steve thank you times, 7 51. you made it through the pandemic. now, some doctors say more adult should be tested for anxiety. coming up in the next hour. some of the things they say you should look out for and sesame street is again making changes. after the break. you will meet the show's first black female puppeteers.
we need more firefighters, more equipment, better forest management to prevent wildfires and reduce toxic smoke. and we need to reduce the tailpipe emissions that are driving changes to our climate. that's why cal fire firefighters, the american lung association, and the california democratic party support prop 30. prevent fires. cut emissions. and cleaner air. yes on 30. our internet isn't ideal... my dad made the brilliant move to get us t-mobile home internet. oh... but everybody's online during the day so we lose speeds. we've become... ...nocturnal. well... i'm up. c'mon kids. this. sucks. well if you just switch maybe you don't have to be vampires. whoa... okay, yikes. oh sorry, i wasn't thinking. we don't really use the v word. that's kind of insensitive. we prefer day-adjacent. i'll go man-pire.
to prevent a government shutdown that could happen as soon as saturday. late last night, political leaders proposed to funding package but it looks like it could be hung up on the demand by west virginia democrat joe manchin that would make it easier to build energy infrastructure as part of the agreement to get his vote on the inflation reduction act. both democrats and republicans don't want to include that energy infrastructure change in the bill to keep the government
running. i think that it looks good and i think when people look in and says no, i'd rather vote to shut down the government. then do the first permitting bill and maybe the only permitting reform bill neill wherever do in our lifetime, because i don't ever see it coming back again. people just aren't going to be there at all. and it is what it is. early vote on the proposals has set for later, but it's not expected to move forward without making some changes. it is 7 55 times running out if you haven't yet applied for the real i d. you have to have this identification or some other valid i d by may 3rd of next year in order to fly domestically or get into federal facilities, the perch for this better secured card is a result of a 9 11 terror. our attack. the federal government wanted the issue identification for all americans in a similar way, instead of having different procedures for different states
. now you're advised to make an appointment to get that card with the dmv. e you do need to make a needed document like a passport or birth certificate to prove who you are. you need two documents proving you live in california that includes pay stubs, mortgage bills or insurance document. the fee for real, i d driver's licenses $35 new ideas that allow you to fly that give you the ability to go into a federal building. if an emergency happens and you don't have one, you could be delayed by weeks. now you don't need a real i d if you have a valid u, s, or foreign government or permanent resident card, there are also some other identifications that can work for travel instead of driver's license, however, a real i d driver's license, maybe the easiest to get you can go to our website ktvu .com look unde
well the price of gasoline and california eight cents a gallon, according to triple a today's average price in california, $5.88 a gallon of 42 cents compared to a week ago. it's even higher in moran, san mateo, sonoma and san francisco counties. the average price there is more than $6 a gallon. we have experienced a string of both planned and unplanned refinery maintenance issues, which have severely reduced the supplies. the inventories here in california in fact, west coast fuel inventories are at their lowest levels in about a decade, according to the energy information administration. triple a says problems that refineries across the west coast and the midwest of caused those gas prices around the country to go up again after they went down for 98 days in a row. the
holiday shopping season is starting early is amazon and other retailers are already offering discounts to customers . the soaring inflation rate threatens to slow down sales growth and push some shoppers to maybe rethink their buying plans, according to a recent survey by bank raid about 84% of people say they're going to try to save money this year. 40% say they will buy fewer items and about 21% plan to buy gifts from more affordable brands. rooms. what we're seeing is a little bit of overflow inventory from the supply and came supply chain issues in 2021, so we're looking at a lot of that stock came in late, so companies have retailers have it on clearance now. now several smaller businesses are telling customers shop early. the supply could be limited. the experts recommend that you spread out your spending and by those must have gifts as quickly as possible.
well, sesame street is making history again, adding the show's first black female puppeteer, 29 year old megan piper says she loved puppets. since she was a little girl, she learned how to be a ventriloquist as a 10 year old to get over her being shy. she says her role on sesame street will hopefully open doors for performance in the future of color. in puppet ng and also behind the scenes of the production. we issue that mandatory evacuation. what that means is that if you don't and you call for help, we're not coming. florida hurricane end, with empty store shelves and gas stations running dry what local leaders are telling people with landfall expected tomorrow and getting more people who are homeless off the streets in the south bay. what county supervisors want to happen this year following the deaths of 100 people living on the streets and fire burns in the oakland hills dangerously close to homes of the flames originally started and spread
above interstate 5 80. from ktvu . fox two news. this is mornings on two coming up on eight o'clock right now. welcome the mornings onto i'm andre. senior morning. i'm gasia mikaelian. it's a cool gray start to your tuesday, september 27th let's walk through the hours that are coming our way with steve paulson. hi, steve. good morning, you two? yes, a lot of gray hair. i don't think you'll see any clearing here. probably through about 10 o'clock. there's just too much low clouds in places is a big big fog bank. so with that in place today and probably tomorrow as well, inland temps come down coast and bay came down yesterday. i think they're stuck like my computer. maybe, but you can see there's a lot of gray out there is a visible satellite comes into focus here two for tuesday. big fog bank and cooler, not so much the coast. they're already going to stay in the low to mid sixties, but inland temps will come down a lot more seventies than 80 sixties, though, for san francisco and oakland. alright sounds here at eight o'clock in the morning and he's going to tell us the traffic is pretty busy everywhere, steve. pretty busy paypal ever used to be busy
at eight. used to be like 6 to 7 30. has there been a dramatic shift every is there has been, for whatever reason people are going a little later and i think it has something to do with school. drop off steve, and it hasn't adjusted back yet. during the summer, we didn't have to. well, we collectively we didn't have to worry about so many school drop offs, and now that's not back in the fall, let's go out and take a look at the east bay now and you can see that. 6 80 is very slow highway four and also 80 some late commute. maybe people just got tired of getting up early. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza can also show you that the east bay commute has been really slow on 5 80, especially on 8 80 from san leandro into fremont 801. let's get back to the headlines . thank you. emergency officials in florida are telling people on florida's west coast to leave now before hurricane ian makes landfall in the next 24 hours. the storm is expected to create dangerous conditions in tampa and other major cities in
central florida will turn to ktvu sally rasmus for this live update. ali garcia. there's about 2.5 million floridians under some type of evacuation warning because of hurricane in the path has shifted slightly since early this morning, the city of tampa not expected to be a hit directly by the eye of this hurricane, but they are expecting heavy rain and dangerous storm storm surge. they're expecting lots of power outages, which is why you see all these utility trucks on standby. there. waiting to reconnect people with power. once this storm passes through now, let's show you a live picture on the ground in tampa, florida right now, where you can see, people are begging their own sandbags. a lot of activity there throughout the morning. the line to get sandbags here at this location is so long that county officials just sent out a tweet saying, if you aren't in line by now, for the sandbag stations, the time's run out, please don't drive to this site . inste to get to higher ground in a way. from possible storm surge problems. that's what they're expecting. hurricane ian made landfall in cuba overnight. did
you see that ominous satellite image there once it reaches florida's central coast, the storm surge is expected to be anywhere from 5 to 10. ft high, so flooding expected to be a major hazard there. talking about storm surge like this when you're talking about historic flooding that water is a very, very difficult adversary. you do not want to put yourself in harm's way unnecessarily being caught out on the road in the motor home is scarier to me than riding it out in my house, but you know what can you do? you know if the storm surge comes up, and it's not going to do us any good. florida's governor is now mobilized almost 5000 national guard troops to help another 2000 guard. troops from neighboring states are also on their way you can see from those empty shelves and tapped out gas stations that people are heeding the warning to stock up so that hunker down or head out of town roadways there looked pretty empty. 26 school districts have canceled classes and all 67 counties in florida are under some sort of state of emergency
president biden has issued an emergency declaration that will provide immediately immediate federal help in the aftermath of the storm, but again storm damage expected to affect power and cell phone service throughout the state. for several days. andre and gasia back to you. thank you. u s government whether agency has released video from a storm hunter aircraft flying near the eye of hurricane in the caribbean as a powerful category three storm moves closer to florida. the video shows a team of weather experts working inside the aircraft. they will be closely monitoring the storm around the clock for the next few days, happening today in santa clara county supervisor will propose opening warming centers earlier than normal this year. help get people living on the streets indoors before the rain and cold hit 167. people who are homeless have died already this year in the county , at least 14 of them died this month. officials blame a lack of housing, health issues and drug use, in particular the fentanyl crisis. trying to push to
quicken the expansion of our services like number of beds and treatment, so that we have a more conservative efforts to get more, for example, knockin on the house residence and then campaigns as well. medical staff members talked with people living on the street offer them healthcare, and they provide narcan to treat overdoses. 150 people who are homeless, died in the south bay last year. we're trying to get more information about any damage in oakland after a small fire overnight at oakland's largest homeless encampment, some people living there are still ignoring the orders to pack up and leave. their defiance comes as crews continue to work to clear out a new section of the encampment on which street just below the mcarthur maze. caltrans is working with the city to relocate 40 people, but some have made it clear they have no plans to move. just going to stick it out with my friends and family out here, and we're going to fight together and going to work on some solutions. caltrans says it's still on schedule to fully closing camping by november. firefighters were in the east oakland hills all night closely watching a fire right above interstate 5 80. the fires now contained video posted to
citizen app shows. the fire started as a truck fire last night on westbound 5 88. edwards avenue. the flames spread to brush and trees and came within 50 yards of homes on blue rock court. fire everywhere and it was crazy. i looked out the window. i see flames had to run inside the house. grab all my clothes. grab my baby. get her stuff. it was just ridiculous in this smoke everywhere to evacuate my house between three and five acres burned, no injuries reported and no buildings were damaged by the flames. we can fire at san francisco cost major damage to historic sports bar, the double play bar and grill first opened in 19 oh, nine and was a paper among baseball fans heading to seals stadium. that stadium across the street from the bar was a long time home of san francisco's minor league baseball team and steal stadium was the first home of the san francisco giants when they moved west from new york. in 1958. double play was always good when you had the games stadium. people would come there have
their lunch, have their drinks and they used to be an outside area to see right into the games. investigators are still looking into the cause of the fire, which started early saturday morning. the owner says most of the historic baseball memorabilia inside the bar was lost in that fire. election day . six weeks from today and among the issues california voters will be deciding on november. 8th is a ballot measure that includes a third attempt to create new rules for kidney dialysis clinics across california. isis. while it was frightening to me, i realized that it was my second chance online. it was the only thing that i could do at the time to keep me alive. dialysis patient , dwayne cox is among those opposed to proposition 29. it would require that a doctor, nurse practitioner or physician's assistant beyond sight during all patient treatments, opponents say the additional staffing is both
costly and unnecessary. supporters of prop 29 said it would protect patients and provide safeguards to keep clinics from closing. autonomy money in this industry, both davita interests any as they're stopping billions of dollars into shareholders pockets, they run giant margins compared to other parts of the industry, so we think there is more than enough resources to improve patient care, and we think the them using the threat of closure is just scare tactics. supporters of the measure are not ruling out a possible fourth ballot measure on kidney dialysis clinics of california voters don't approve prop 29 in november. what happened today, the santa clara police department has issued a traffic advisory for levi stadium in the surrounding streets due to a soccer match that's gonna be held there tonight. the advisory goes into effect at nine o'clock this morning when tasman drive outside the stadium will be closed the parking lots open at 1 30 this afternoon. the stadiums gates open at five p.m. and the match between men's soccer teams from mexico and colombia gets underway at seven o'clock tonight. time now is
eight. oh, eight. let's go right to the east big commute because they are very busy this morning . we have a lot of slowing on 8 80. if you can look at the map, 8 80 is backed up essentially for right from 2 38 all the way down the fremont and then going the other way from 2 38 into downtown oakland. heading north on 8 80 is very slow the south based filled in as it usually does. and there is 2 82 80 northbound is okay. coton is lighter because that's the non commute direction. check in with the bay bridge, and you can see that is backed up all the way out to the maze. i don't want to forget contra costa county because i haven't mentioned a lot. we haven't had a lot of crashes, but we certainly do have slow traffic on 46 80 89 includes 5 80 approaching the richmond bridge to eight. oh, nine. let's go back to the desk. well, thank you. woman flying on southwest, accusing another passenger, resulting her coming up details of what happened in the trigger to police investigation and the interest from one federal agency. also
deputies in different roles this morning in alameda county after receiving unsatisfactory scores on their psychological examinations, some dating back to 2016. despite being quote not suited for the job. they were still hired by the department. ktvu henry lee looks at the possible reasons the sheriff felt the need to act now. 47 alameda county sheriff's deputies now without law enforcement powers for doing poorly on psychological exams going back to 2016 ktvu has learned that deputies received unsatisfactory marks during their background checks and will now be stripped of their guns. the deputies have assignments that include monitoring inmates at santa rita jail in dublin to patrolling the streets from the eden township station in san leandro. essentially what you have is you have a sheriff's deputy who was a walking liability, and some might say a walking lawsuit as well. civil rights attorney at dante pointer says this is unprecedented, essentially have close to 50
members of law enforcement who are given a pass to carry a badge and a gun. and they were not qualified. ktvu obtained. a copy of the letter sent the deputies on friday in the letter , sheriff greg hearns says his office believed they could still hire candidates who are deemed not suited for the job. the sheriff says the deputies can be fully reinstated if they pass a second sight exam and ministered by an independent state commission. the controversy comes less than three weeks after sheriff's deputy devin williams jr was charged with murder for allegedly shooting a couple in dublin. authorities say williams had been in a romantic relationship with the wife, who was a nurse at a county psychiatric hospital. four sources tell ktvu williams failed his psych exam. the idea that there were this many people who, um did not have the results properly handled is very concerning. jansen is an attorney who has sued the sheriff's office over jail conditions. she says she's also concerned about the conduct of patrol deputies, who often fill overtime shifts at santa rita. the way folks conduct themselves
control. it's very different than the environment which you need to conduct yourself inside of a jail, so a lot of those folks are rotating through the jail. although the affected deputies had their guns and peace officer powers removed, the sheriff says they will still get their pay and benefits. the president of the deputy's union tells me he wants to support them and that this is a horrible and embarrassing situation. henry lee ktvu fox two news this morning we received a second memo from a sheriff's captain sent to all center rita jail staff. the captain writes that the deputies relieved of their law enforcement duties have done nothing wrong and have done quote great work for the community. well new this morning , researchers at the national park service a mountain lion they had been tracking in southern california kind of made . it is the first mountain lion in their study to die from mange, which is a common skin disease that most animals recover from. they say the lines immune system was compromised by the effects of rat poison, most likely after it ate a dead animal that had eaten that
poison. a redwood city woman on the bachelorette weekend trip to gold country got quite the shock when she opened the trunk of her suv. take a look at this cell phone video shows an suv that's essentially been torn apart inside. if you look closely you see a bear in the vehicle. you're about to see it run out in just a minute. this was vicky constantine's range rover. she and her friends were sleeping at their vacation home in arnold and calaveras county. earlier this month, they woke up there goes the bear. they heard the car horn blaring hazard lights were flashing. the windows were all fogged up by condensation so they couldn't see inside. they used her key fob to remotely open the trunk. it was very foaming at the mouth when it came out. and it was probably very dehydrated from having been in there so long, so it was pretty desperate to get out. the bear likely spent six or seven hours inside the suv, tearing up the dashboard and the seats. disbelief i was completely stunned. i often say a bear ate my car. it is destroyed ripped apart the dash. so it was trying to get through it. every single
door panel is destroyed. every single seat is ripped. but the worst part was the smell. judging by the muddy pop brains the bear got into the suv through the back passenger door. we should note there was no food inside. people go up to tahoe calibers county. no don't leave anything the bears could smell and potentially go after just want to know what the carfax reports going to say about what she gets all that stuff prepared, right or my car or they call the insurance agent. you're not gonna believe this, cindy. but it really happened. sure alright, turning down to the roads south castaneda's here very busy on the rose this morning south. yeah you know, there's one thing about us having this job. is that we're not out there right now. in the middle of all this traffic, and it really has been almost everywhere you look and that's becoming rather typical highway 46 80 80 all very slow. the bay bridge is still very slow, so you know might be a good sign for the economy. people are going to work and the school this is a look at 6 80 80 also very slow as you drive south of
hayward, union city all the way to fremont. and the south, their communities filled in. we have a lot of slowing. look at 2 80. it's been very thick all the way up into sunny ville. 8 17. what about the cloudy start? here is the man who knows it's mr steve paulson. thank you, sal. yes every reporting station in the very area says cloudy san jose conquered livermore san jose santa rosa. i mean, that's kind of rare here for september, but that's what we're getting. looks like a lot of the tropical clouds. now you can you need that to come up from the south east of the south. but when you get a system coming in, like the one we're getting tonight tomorrow. it gets out more of a west southwest direction pushes that moisture out of the picture, so adding up to the mountains. i would think mostly sunny has some of that cloud giver cover gets pushed out of the area fifties sixties on the water temps. they might come down a little bit, especially head towards thursday and friday, get more of a northwest breeze. but they're pretty mild to warm, you know. look at fairfield 23 gusting 30, so there's a decent onshore wind. for some onshore breeze. for others. the key is that low moving in it's going to move
into the pacific northwest will get the tail end of it. but already a huge fog bank in place almost from ukiah, all the way down to monterey with the only a few higher elevations really kind of poking through there, if you will, the fog bank 60 seventies eighties, but most locations inland now are in the seventies or very low eighties, there will be little to no clearing for some over by the coast. today and tomorrow. we had a little warm up there last friday and saturday. oh, yeah, yeah, yeah conquered, went from 90 to 94 sunday. it started to drop 86 yesterday form going 81 today would not be surprised if maybe 79 or 80 pops up tomorrow as well. san francisco 62 56, that's right there on the average low but well below the average high, which is 71 for this time of year. the record 93 2010 sunset now 6 59 pm fifties on the temps are all stuck. everyone's in the fifties under cloudy skies, and we are running a little cooler. 1 to 4 degrees conquered, running two degrees cooler livermore to in san jose, leading the way at minus four. the high has been bumped out.
that system is moving in. so today and tomorrow is all about a cool, foggy pattern. sixties seventies eighties tomorrow looks a little cooler. then we'll get a rebound. nothing crazy, but we've got to bump up on those temps on thursday and friday. you guys, steve? thank you. it's now 8 2025 moments caught on camera. a train crashes into a police patrol car with a handcuffed woman inside. next. the investigation is underway into what happened and we'll tell you what happened right before the crash. in an effort to help consumers make healthier choices and prevent diseases after the break what the administration is doing with food labels to get closer to the ope.
the for mother and daughter whose car fell into a huge sinkhole. on saturday. the father of the girl and three other people were rescued sunday by cruz using ropes and ladders. heavy rain probably created two singles on one of the town's main roads, guatemala's national disaster relief agency now trying to figure out whether other people in the area are in danger. scientists at stanford a warning about the possibility of an earthquake as big as limit creator on a fault under silicon valley, new study finds two lesser known faults known together as the foothill thrust belt could produce an earthquake as strong as a 6.9 magnitude every 252 300 years that the scientists aren't saying that an earthquake that size is going to happen. they say the faults have the capability of producing a strong earthquake. seismologists
and the usgs say that as of now , there is no way to predict when an earthquake of that size could strike. new this morning, the food and drug administration of research and propose a standardized front of the package labeling system meant to help people better understand nutrition information abide, an administration official says the move is part of an ongoing effort to help people make healthier choices. tomorrow, administration officials will host the white house conference on hunger, nutrition and health . president biden has set a target to end hunger in the united states and boost healthy eating and physical activity by the year 2030. help reduce the number of americans suffering from heart disease, obesity and diabetes. 24 is your time right now. vice president kamala harris will visit the demilitarized zone in her trip to south korea on thursday. announcement comes days after north korea fired a missile toward the sea outreach attempts by the biden administration to north korea have failed amid fears of potential nuclear tests. vice president harris visits the dmc. it will be the first visit by a senior white house officials since biden took office last year. joe biden
ministrations plans to cancel student loan debt for millions of americans that will cost $400 billion, and that is, according to the nonpartisan congressional budget office. supporters of the plan. call it much needed for middle class borrowers. republican lawmakers, those states wasteful and insufficient in its use of funds. governor newsom has a deadline of friday to either sign or veto a stack of bills on his desk. he started the week with 570 bills and to meet the deadline, he will have to clear 114 bills per day. this is a problem since the state legislature wrapped up in august, and the governor has been averaging 14 measures a day he couldn't sign any bills this past week due to speaking engagements in new york and texas. legislation that still needs action includes making it easier for farm workers to vote in union elections. doctors say that a genetic the modified version of the herpes virus could be a new type of cancer therapy. a weakened form of the virus has been used in an effort to kill tumors. in a recent study involving 40 people, three out of nine patients given just this drug sought their tumors
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beyonce this morning. what you're being told to do if you're flying out of sfo and a live report from the airport on the changes, the food service workers are demanding. then one bay area school district breaking ground for building its first affordable housing project for teachers where this is happening and will qualify for those new units. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on to welcome back. i'm gasia mikaelian senior is coming up on 8 30. today is tuesday, september 27th and san francisco didn't see much sun yesterday east be finally got some sun steve paulson is here with a look at the forecast for today across the various states. whatever reporting station says cloudy that's a little bit of a rarity to get every one of them to say that the extensive overcast here something i usually talk about june, maybe july or during what we call fogle's by boy at the end of
september. there it is, and i mean every temperatures in the fifties, there's a low cloud deck. there is a few breaks in there some of the higher elevations, but i don't see it retreating yet of anything. it's continuing to. march inland and filling around the gaps there, so you're due for tuesday's a bigger fog bank and a cooler patterns inland can't get much cooler by the coast. there in the low sixties, they'll stay in the low sixties. same for oakland. san francisco, oakland. not changing, but the inland terms more seventies now then low eighties. alright salles here it's 8 30 in the morning. usually we had south. we're going there now or somewhere else. well, you know what? we're going to go from north to south steve? because they're slow traffic everywhere, really? contra costa county. 85 80. also have a lot of slow traffic at the bay bridge has started off with 5, 86, 80 and highway four. all of it is slow in case you're wondering for the general tone of the commute. we've had a lot of slow traffic. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza, and we also see the traffic heading south from hayward to
union city in fremont and on 6 82 pleasant and has been slow. steve mentioned the south bay because he knows that this is when the south day really is the busiest. look at all that slow traffic on the right on to 80. it's a 30. let's go back to the headlines. thank you happening today day two of a strike by sfl food workers. their walkout is forcing most airport restaurants to shut down for the time being. ktvu james torres joins us from sfo now where more people are expected to join the picket lines, james andre, you've seen these people here too am yesterday morning, and they're definitely getting the attention of people who are showing up taking off her flights or many people come up to us asking what's going on. who are these people? what are they striking for? and they say that's kind of what they were hoping to accomplish. at some point, these workers say that they are asking for common sense improvements to their job. about 1000 employees of the airports, restaurants, bars, coffee shops are out here . all spread out at the different terminals here. union
representatives say the airport is not working with them to come to a reasonable agreement on contract negotiations. but they say they are willing to strike for as long as necessary until the problem is solved. he is pretty simple. you know, i've been working at the airport for a long time. and i've taken care of a lot of people. i've been here and in that time i've seen prices go up on items three times in the last six months, and i haven't had a raise since 2018. so it's pretty simple to me. you know, that's we, we deserve some better treatments and livable wages. get a lot bigger a little later today, joining these protesters this morning flight attendants from united airlines, they say the major airline leads them hung out to dry when travelers are upset with operational problems, problems like delayed or canceled flights, which employees say they're not receiving enough support to deal with that demonstration. those strikers will rather protesters . i should say we'll join the strikers coming up a little
later at 10 o'clock this morning taking you back live in front of sfl this morning. this is at terminal two, just outside of the alaska airlines entrance. these protesters are at every terminal this morning just as they were yesterday morning. they say they will have a big platform to be heard. later today, the board of supervisors from san francisco. or give them a chance to tell their stories at a meeting this afternoon. sfo officials were also asked to be present at that meeting as well. that's all set to kick off at about three o'clock this afternoon. we're live this morning from sfl. i'm james torres, ktvu fox two news, james . thank you. president biden launched a new initiative that may help travelers have a clearer picture of the full cost of a plane ticket by requiring airlines to disclose all the fees up front. the proposed rule aims to encourage more competition would require airlines and third party travel sites to provide information about extra charges, such as baggage and change fees before customers begin the process of buying their tickets. president biden said that consumers should
know the full true cost of their ticket while shopping for flights there will need to undergo a 60 day comment period before final approval 34 right now grown groundbreaking ceremony today for the san francisco unified school districts first affordable housing project for teachers 135 affordable housing units are planned for school district land where francis scott key's elementary used to be in the middle of the sunset district. they will include studio, one bedroom, two bedroom and three bedroom units. while many people support the change, some neighbors say they worry about possible noise, traffic congestion and parking problems. it's been really loud like you can feel the vibration. just come into the house. i hope they thought about how much people they're going to cram right here. you don't get paid enough to live in san francisco. so if they can get some, you know, housing their lower price. more than welcome for that. there will be 50 parking spots for more than 100 units, teachers, school district employees and anyone who meets the city's
guidelines for affordable housing will be qualified to live there. a family of four has to earn less than $166,000 a year in order to qualify to fremont, where there are plans to replace part of a shopping center with hundreds of new housing units, according to the mercury news. 209 apartments will be built in a section of gateway plaza, a shopping center at the corner of paseo padre parkway and walnut avenue. that's where a 24 hour fitness is currently located that would be destroyed and replaced with the new apartments and a parking garage. as we're heading into what's traditionally the height of fire season. scientists and firefighters say that favorable weather conditions this year have helped keep fire activity for below what we've seen in recent years, they warned, though there is still time for things to change offshore winds can cause a big threat when it comes to fires, and those don't usually start to show up until the fall and winter months, and the u. s forest service has seized api genie power pole as part of its criminal investigation into the cause of the mosquito fire, the forest service's a poll and its equipment last weekend. it comes after initial assessment showed
the mosquito fire started that the oxbow reservoir near a p genie power line. the utility had previously reported there was an outage in that area at that time, people living nearby say they're anxious to know what happens what are waiting until they get more information to make a judgment. i don't have any right to blame anybody until i know what really, really happened. i mean, has it happened before it has, but i don't i don't get to say anything to pg any as of yet, pgd spokesperson says the transmission poll was replaced by a steel pole around 10 years ago. the company says it's cooperating with the forest service investigation as well as investigating itself. area woman says she was assaulted by another passenger while on a flight from orlando to phoenix. the woman has been tweeted that she was resting her head on the seat back table when the man in the seat in front of her violently pushed his seat back in the attempt to hurt her. passengers reported. the men then started using slurs and profanities against the woman and said she got what was coming
to her. you've heard of lots of assaults, whether it's passengers against each other passengers against crew, they are statistically rare. that one is unusual. but it's never really that i can think of being the case that the seat back as used been used to assault, another passenger. passengers seated nearby exchange notes with the woman written on napkins, urging her to call for security, according to the victim's husband. the plane was met by police in phoenix, where authorities took statements from all involved and referred the matter to the fbi 37 out group of doctors that make up the us preventative services task force is recommending a new regular screening. this task force is an independent volunteer panel of national experts in disease prevention in medicine. they are advising that all adults under 65 undergo regular screenings for anxiety. doctors say this health recommendation is based on reviews that actually began before the pandemic. united states preventive services task force is that it goes by the
data, the science and it looks at study after study after study and when they come out with a recommendation, you can be sure it has been vetted quite carefully. the proposal for regular mental health screenings is currently up for public comment on the october 17th. the panel will then issue its final guidelines. 38 it's a cool gray start for everybody. and you know, steve, it's rare that we can say everybody when it comes to weather that is very true. usually you know, there are inland areas that don't you know, i mean, has to take a huge fog back. we have one of those today. wherever reporting station on the eight a.m. what we call the hourly says cloudy. we will start with ian, though, because it is cleared. cuba is now working. it's working its way into the warm gulf waters around 86 87. there has been a little bit of an update here on the projected landfall or path more now towards sarasota south , not so much in the tampa that doesn't mean it won't change again. but you can see the eye
is now just leaving cuba category didn't really change all that much. down to a category three. it'll probably get to a category four here. some of the projections on the projected path that kinda you know, focusing in around the tampa area, but now a lot of the indications are i believe the national hurricane center's kind of focusing it more around sarasota's sap, but we'll see that could easily change here over the next couple of days, but you can see the track right there. category four by wednesday wednesday night looks like into overnight into thursday. is when it will make landfall in between fort myers and now tampa that looks to be the projection for now. but right now it's a slow mover only moving north at 12 mph the reason why it's leaning more towards the left. now the project is that deep upper system right there that draws it up. they were originally it was starting to go up more towards the panhandle because that system is deep and so far to the south, you can see some of the right there. the gesture, it's bringing it up more towards the east northeast for us, yes. big fog bank, garcia mentioned that it is rare for us to say it's
cloudy for everyone this time of year. usually by now, i'm talking about hot temps offshore wind. now there's nothing even showing up that says that for the near future here, 50 sixties on the water temps, but look at travis 23 gusting the 30. usually by now, this time of year. they're not gusting that strong. that's something we see in june july, but it's there today that system will move into the pacific northwest and look at the extensive overcast. now there's always a few breaks some of the higher elevations, but for many, it's a great start here. 60 seventies and really seventies and very low eighties even for some of the most inland locations today and also into tomorrow. and you can see what we're talking about here cooler pattern next few days for those away from the coast. it was a cool pattern. yesterday. coast in bay conquered hit 94 on saturday. since then, it's been down, down down. we're going 81 today. i would not be surprised if they only had about 79 62 56 for the city. what's average 71 56 so well below sunset now, 6 59 fifties on the 10th 1 61 up in lower lake and out in brentwood, but we are running
cooler by 1 to 4 degrees compared to yesterday that system today and tomorrow keeps his cool. 60 seventies eighties tomorrow looks to be a little cooler before we get a warm up, you guys end of the week. steve paulson. thank you. 41 now families in violent crime victims waiting years for justice coming up on the nine with the san francisco district attorney is doing to help bring closure and clear the backlog. forget giving wedding gifts. newlyweds. what cash coming up? how they plan to use that money.
former japanese prime minister shinzo abe, who was assassinated earlier this year. vice president kamala harris led the u. s delegation to the funeral. dozens of other foreign militaries were among the 4300 people who was there who were there, and there were thousands of protesters outside the funeral to 20,000 police officers and more than 1000 soldiers were stationed nearby. more than 40. people have now been killed in protests in iran and thousands have been arrested . protesters are expressing their outrage over the death of a 22 year old woman who passed away while in the custody of the country's morality. police protesters say it was the latest act of brutal oppression by the iranian government. iranians around the world have staged protests calling for change. we
do not want any kind of dictator beach shot or bid the supreme leader. showing everybody in the world that the people of iran are determined that they will continue their anti dictatorial movement. on sunday, more than 6000 people marched across the golden gate bridge to show support for people and are particularly women in iran to more demonstrations are planned in the bay area this coming weekend investigations underway in colorado after a train slammed into police car that had a suspect handcuffed inside. that can video shows exactly what happened in the crash. officers at earlier chased down a woman who was driving a pickup truck. she was suspected in a road rage incident. they handcuffed, the young woman put her in the back of a police vehicle that was then parked on the tracks. the biggest question is why would you park on the train tracks? um it's just
negligent, gross negligence, recklessness. the crash caused the woman to lose consciousness. she woke up in the hospital with nine broken ribs, broken teeth, head and leg injuries. the officer who parked the car on the tracks is on administrative leave now the investment the incident is being investigated, facebook reported, has taken down a number of accounts linked to disinformation about the russian invasion of ukraine. harley davidson celebrating its electric bike division. you never thought you'd see that day coming. alright i'm cooking more to bring us up to date and everything going electric? yes, even harley davidson. and they've been pretty popular. so far, they are taking orders. livewire is a spin off from harley davidson makes the electric bikes and it spun off on wall street. they rang the opening bell this morning celebrating that spin off as we are. there they are. um celebrating that ringing the opening bell and selling those electric motorcycles is livewire. as we take a live look
at the numbers. definitely a bit of a recovery this morning, but it's come back quite a bit. in the last hour. the dow jones was up about 300 points. as you can see, continuing on. we've had some really tough losses because in the morning when the opening bell rang the down the nasdaq and the s and p 500 were approaching 2020 lows about two years ago. lows for the s and p 500, but little bit of gains right now. across the board. facebook says it has taken down a massive network of fake accounts, accusing those accounts propaganda about the war were ud to spread false information ando audiences across ukraine. meta is calling it the largest and most complex network of fake accounts linked to russia that they have identified since the ukrainian invasion. and began tiktok and the biden administration are moving closer to a deal to resolve security
issues. news outlets, including the new york times reports. the white house has been in negotiations with the owners of tiktok, one of the last sticking points involved concerns that tiktok's chinese ownership could threaten homeland security. under the proposed deal. improvements include data security and management without requiring the parent firm. china's bite dance to sell tiktok. and as more people continue to work from home, the price of housing continues to stay high. a federal reserve study shows. housing prices rose 24% between 2019 and november 2021. the study found more than 60% of that increases because of the increase in the number of people working from home during the pandemic, the authors say a shift to more remote work is likely to continue. to affect the real estate prices. i'm pam cook. that's a look at your dollars and cents. thank you so much 8 48 your time right down to this morning. multi platinum band maroon five will headline a
las vegas residency at park mgm beginning in march of next year, three time grammy award winning groups since city residency will be custom designed for dolby live, giving fans an intimate concert experience. tickets go on sale monday morning. pre sale tickets will be available tomorrow. all right. this is the story we have been talking about all morning in the newsroom. alright, forget the toasters and the fine china, more newlyweds are asking for cash from their wedding guests to use towards a down payment on a home. financial times reports, guests are giving couples between 175 and $200 on average for help in purchasing a house. wedding sites. report housing related cash registries have doubled since 2019 website did not says funds for new homes, repairs and renovations are the second most popular item on wedding registries. now the most popular item is helping to pay for a honeymoon. excuse me. i'm just doing the calculations as to how many visitors i need to have the average gift. i know you have to pay for dinner for all those people and dinner is like 100 bucks a pop so well. my bubble gasia. thank you. don't you
worry. it's coming. 18 50 right now. sal is here with the final check of the road sell alright andre and gasia. yeah, we still have a bunch of slow traffic out there. and almost everywhere you look, it's crowded. first of all , let's start off with the contra costa area still slow on highway four and 6 80 things are beginning to improve. finally you can see the bay bridge is still slow, though, if you can wait a little longer to go might help south they commute is slow . we've had a couple of late morning crashes. but really all it is everyone seems to be hitting the road at once. and again if you can adjust your schedule, these things usually get better in the 10 o'clock hours, so we have another hour for it to start clearing out 8 50. let's bring steve back in with today's weather. thank you kind, sir. yes sir. we'll get to it here and extensive fog bank has produced cloudy skies for just about every reporting station. there's really not too many breaks or some, there always is, but that system will keep us on the cool side today.
tonight and tomorrow that's a book fog back almost uk almost down to the monterey and salinas valley and even out to conquer and livermore and out the mount diablo. so temperatures cooling off santa rosa 77 yesterday what 76 today livermore to 80 to palo alto san jose 73 74. the city got pretty warm last friday. never since then. it's been down down down saturday was 76 66 on sunday, then 62 yesterday went 62 today. i just don't see how you're going to be going to get although they did drop to 56 so maybe even 59 or 60. it's going to be a cool pattern here. 50 sixties we are running cooler compared to 24 hours ago by 1 to 4 degrees. san jose, the coolest so far at minus four. that system and associated local move into the pacific northwest. but that's going to keep the meat going, and that's a cool beat. sixties seventies coast in bay only, really seventies low eighties inland a little bit warmer, you guys thursday friday, but it looks like a nice weekend coming up youtube.
alright steve, thanks so much man at the gas pump when he joined us on the nine we're talking live with an analyst about what drivers can expect the next time they fill up their tanks as gas prices continue to rise around the region, also more than 50. years into sesame street's run, we'll show you why the show's newest puppeteer is cons ered.
hoping. to avoid a government shutdown as soon as saturday. leadership proposed a funding package late last night, but it appears it could be hung up on the demand from west virginia democrat joe manchin that would make it easier to build energy infrastructure. it's part of the agreement for his vote on the inflation reduction act. both democrats and republicans say they do not want to include that energy infrastructure change in the bill to keep the government running. i think that it looks good and i think when people look in and says no, i'd rather vote to shut down the government . then do the first permitting bill and maybe the only
permitting reform bill neill that were ever do in our lifetime. because i don't ever see it coming back again. people just aren't going to be there at all. and it is what it is. initial vote on the proposal is set for later this afternoon. it is not expected to move forward without some changes, though. time is running out to apply for the real i d before a deadline requiring one for airline travel by may 3rd of next year, you'll need a real idea or passport to fly domestically or inter federal facilities. the card, which has enhanced security measures as a result of the september 11th terror attack. federal government wanted all americans to have the same identification rather than have different procedures for different states. people still don't have a real idea being advised to make an appointment with the dmv to to bring documents such as a passport or birth certificate proving your identity and two documents proving you live in california things like pay stubs . mortgage bills are insurance documents will work for real id driver's license, $35. that allow you to fly that give you the ability to go into a
federal building. if an emergency happens and you don't have one, you could be delayed by weeks. you do not need to real idea if you have a valid u s, or foreign government or permanent resident card had to ktvu web links for more information. governor newsom has signed a bill into law designed to protect people living in continuing care retirement communities. it requires those facilities to provide notice to current and prospective residents of any recent problems detected by state inspectors. the state law would notify them about any complaints filed with the facilities, management or board happening today, san francisco supervisors are said to push for more cleaner efforts in california will vote on a resolution supporting california clean air day, which is set for next wednesday. the idea is to encourage people, businesses and government agencies to come together to clean the air for all californians and our communities. also calling on people and organizations to make a pledge to help in the fight for clean air. nasa completed its first of its kind mission, it slammed a spacecraft into an asteroid operation dart, which
is short work, double asteroid redirection test was a planetary defense test against giant objects orbiting in space after a 10 month journey through space. that spacecraft crashed into an asteroid. it was about seven million miles away. at the time. the goal was to move the space rock just enough where it would avoid a possible collision with earth. nasa says this test could change its whole strategy for planetary defense. our target amorphous. that is roughly the size of a pyramid. so you can imagine where sending a smart part ahead of pyramid that's really what we're going to learn in the next weeks to come. alright we hit this asteroid now how effective was that at deflecting it? and what would that mean for using it? so now the research begins. this is an animation, obviously or what would have looked like nasa says the crash was only the start as they now begin to study the effect of the impact as you heard the holiday shopping season is starting early, as amazon and other retailers are already offering discounts to
customers. soaring inflation threatens to slow down sales growth and push shoppers to rethink their plans. according to a recent survey by bankrate about 84% of people said they will try to save money this year. 40% say they will purchase fewer items about 21% say they plan to buy gifts from more affordable brands. what we're seeing is a little bit of overflow inventory from the supply and aims. supply chain issues in 2021, so we're looking at a lot of that stock came in late, so companies have retailers have it on clearance now. smaller businesses are urging consumers to shop early as supply could be limited. analysts recommend shop or spread out their spending, but by any must have gifts as soon as possible. sesame street now when it's 53rd season, is making history by adding the show's first black woman, puppeteer 29 year old megan pippa says she loved puppets since she was a toddler. she learned the art of ventriloquism as a 10 year old
to get over her shyness. she says she hopes that her role on sesame street will now open doors for future performers of color in puppeteering and in behind the scenes production. serious warnings in florida as a massive hurricane barrels towards the state issued mandatory evacuation. what that means is that if you don't and you call for help, we're not coming. sunshine state is bracing for hurricane in as it continues its destructive path. then if you're planning to fly out of sfo, you might want to bring some food with you. most folks here make just north of $17 an hour. you can't raise a family. you can't pay rent. you can't make ends meet on $17 an hour, the latest on the demands from airport food service workers who are now on day two of their strike. also ahead. it's not getting any easier for drivers at the pump. we're diving into those latest