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tv   Today in the Bay  NBC  July 22, 2019 4:30am-4:59am PDT

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a very good monday morning. let's take a peek outside, this time overlooking the bay bridge there from a distance. should be a nice day ahead. let's get the work week started. good morning, thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia. >> and i'm scott mcgrew. marcus washington has one more day off. he's back tomorrow. kari? >> it's slightly hotter today but overall nice. mostly clear skies as we get a live look outside in san jose, as we head over to willow glen, temperatures in the low 60s at 7:00, and over the next several hours, and then rising into the mid-70s by lunch time.
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we're going to see temperatures all over the bay area in the 80s. mike, you were looking for a big rig. >> i was, but thankfully i didn't find it. now we look at the camera westbound 80 at powell. you see denny's across the way. the big rig was reported on the shoulder there waiting for a tow truck but i don't see it. gary works with us,o ctrol the looked up and down and couldn't find it. pittsburg, bay point, brentwood moving smoothly for the early commutes that start over there. no delays for the south bay or peninsula. there is fog at the golden gate bridge, to be sure. back to you. >> thank you so much, mike. at 4:31. developing this morning, a woman is in custody after police say she ran a red light triggering an accident that killed a man, critically injuring his wife.
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it happened in the tenderloin near union square. a video shows police walking out of a hotel with a woman in handcuffs. she was driving a tesla, she blew through a red light, striking another car that then struck the victims in the crosswalk. >> a mini cooper traveling eastbound had the green light. made contact with a tesla as it ran the red light, causing the vehicle to hit two pedestrians in the crosswalk. >> the man who died has been identified as benjamin dean from clovis. the driver rented the tesla from getaround. getaround was started in 2009, headquarters in san francisco. verified drivers rent cars that are not being used in remote lock accessed by their phone. the company partnered with the sfmta as part of their car sharing pilot project. sharon katsuda will have a full report at the top of the hour. a motorcyclist struck a car a
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little after midnight. a pickup truck came by, striking and killing the motorcyclist as he was on the ground. friends are in shock. >> he was the nicest guy i ever met, funny. never judged people, he was kind. he liked to have fun but he'd never drink and drive on his bike, never. we're going to miss him. >> the victim lived in clayton near the scene of the accident. police have not provided a more detailed description of the truck. a new report reveals i.c.e. used oakland airport for years to deport people despite the sanctuary city status. the bay area news group uncovered the information from an i.c.e. database. over the last nine years i.c.e. used the charter air. in those nine years 27,000
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people were deported. i.c.e. ended the practice last october. oakland leaders have not said if they knew about the flights. our pete suratos is following that story and will have more in our 5:00 hour. 4:34. happening today, immigration issues werillhen bay area congrn anna eshoo holds a town hall in the south bay. she returned from a visit to two detention centers on the texas border. she met with immigrant families and volunteers. that town hall takes place at 6:30 at the mountain view community center. an east bay deli owner receiving backlash. >> the deli owner is firing back at critics and as christie smith shows us, he's getting some support. >> reporter: this was the post on the personal facebook page of john canesa. meatballs made with beef today in case we offended any of our overly sensitive pork haters. free side when you say "send her
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back." the clayton deli wasn't open but people had opinions. >> it sounds racist to me from what >> reporter: others shared with us their continued support for the business and owner. >> i just think people need to chill out. a jokingly way and you know, i think people are just way too sensitive and this is getting overblown. >> reporter: it comes in a climate where president trump tweeted four congresswoman of color and a crowd at a trump rally chanted "send her back" about kongwoman ilhan omar. negative yelp reviews popped up saying it was divisive, racist. some called for a boycott of the rest. khanesa briefly put up a post in response to the uproar. >> as for the "send her back" comment, harsh? yes. but however, it's my first amendment right, freedom of
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speech. >> reporter: he said he believed it was a smear campaign and added this. >> i apologize to my family, and those closest to me, and shame on you to all who blew this out of proportion. >> reporter: on facebook, the group east bay human rights advocates said they strongly condemn the comments and asked that he apologize for his hateful message. the mayor weighed in, too, saying "we all have rights to our own political, religious and other opinions, we have a right to post about them. however, there is no place in our community for hatred and bigotry." christie smith, "nbc bay area news." follow-up to a story breaking news last night, another fire in san francisco's mclaren park. "the chronicle" says this is the sixth fire in the park over the last two weeks. last night's fire started around 5:30, burned six acres and like other fires no, structured damaged and the cause is not known.
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no lingering effects from a broken water main on busy contra costa boulevard. crews in pleasant hill spent much of yesterday fixing that break. it happened early next morning north of crescent plaza. they had to rip up and then repair a segment of the road. the roadway reopened late last night. a new type of freeway interchange will soon roll out in california that may take some it's called diverging diamond. this is animation video showing just how it works. drivers veer at a 45-degree angle across the center divide and then switch sides with opposing traffic between on and off ramps. there' adyne under construction in san joaquin county on highway 120 that should open next year. caltrans is considering the same design for the ashby design interchange in berkeley. bob redell is looking into what drivers might expect, join us with a live report in our 5:00 a.m. hour. new details on 6,000 square
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feet of art at the santa clara county fairgrounds. the murals commemorate the 75th anniversary of the county fair which opens august 1st. each of the 15 cities and towns are depicted. leah jamellos is the artist in choice. when she was 9 she won on the 50th anniversary. >> i'm fortunate to get to tell kids your dream can come true because i'm here doing and i believe so strongly in giving back to our community and this is a place that needs a little love and i got it. i'm so glad to get toit. >> she's hired 16 different artists and groups. the interns from the county social services department also lending a hand. coming up next on "today in the bay," the cost of equifax major security years ago. and why at&t and directv are
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no longer showing a major television network that impacts markets around the bay area. we'll tell you why the companies are at odds, up next. and a live look bay bridge toll plaza, folks are up and out the door early on this monday morning. mike has his eye on the roadway. .
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headquarters and here are the i'm rahel solomon at cnbc day's top business headlines. wall street is set to open high worst week since the end of may with the dow and nasdaq breakin after iran seized a british flagged oil tanker over the
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weekend and on the watches for investors, data on housing, durable goods and second quarter gdp, also one of the busiest weeks of earnings season with several heavy hitters reporting including facebook, amazon and alphabet. equifax reached a deal to pay about $700 million to settle a probe by the federal trade comission and other regulators over a massive data breach in 2017. that incident exposed social security numbers and other private information of nearly 150 million people. the breach was one of the largest affecting attnsk for more than six weeks. and cb cbs stations on directv and failed to reach a new contract. cbs continues to negotiate with at&t but the loss pgramming cotime." scott and laura, back to you. >> thank you much. coming up on "today in the bay," your new work week forecast with kari hall. >> looks pretty good. mostly clear skies in walnut creek and temperatures in the low 60s. we'll quickly warm up today.
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upper 70s by 11:00 so we'll look at all of our microclimates and a hot week ahead, coming up next. and the san mateo bridge moves very smoothly right now. the bridge isn't moving, the traffic across the bridge is. where there are many more lights and much more glow, coming up.
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you, and a live look at san jose, where it looks absolutely beautiful. how about over to mountain view? center stage was tradition at mountain view's buddhist temple
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san sanga festival obon. >> looks like a lovely event. >> i hadn't been but it's wonderful. >> did you notice the branding on the fans? >> oh, that's not a traditional logo? >> that is an ancient logo. >> the peacock. >> we're celebrating the obon festival, the same but different. >> okay, yeah, exactly. >> also telling folks remember tokyo olympics is coming next year. >> that's right, about a year away. >> that has been on for a few years. >> okay. before we blair the trumpets of the olympics, let's look at the forecast today. >> it's going to be a hot day for some of our inland valleys. i wanted to show you this cool shot. look at the sales force tower sticking up from the fog that we have over san francisco, but this also gives you a view of how low the fog is this morning, and we'll see it linger throughout the next several hours but should clear quickly. we are going to see still at
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times some fog right see it starting to move out by this evening, and then roll right back in during the ov atgh time san francisco, while the inland areas are going to be all clear today. so as we check out your morning commute in antioch, expect those temperatures at about 65 degrees at 6:00, and then going to see it in the lower 80s already before we reach the lunch hour, so it's going to be a hot day, as we go through all of our microclimates, we're seeing at 12:30, it's at 84 degrees in concord. fremont at 77 degrees, and 76 in palo alto. going through the rest of the day, we're going to see some spots hitting the low 90s. look at fairfield, 91 degrees at 4:00 today, and then going to see some mid 80s for san francisco, rather for san jose. we're going to stay in the 60s in san francisco, and then cool down tonight. going through the next couple of days, we'll see some changes here that we don't always see.
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we'll start to get a surge of some monsoonal moisture that could bring in some more clouds and even some thunder for parts of the sierra. we're still going to see the fog and also see an increase in cloud cover as we go to tomorrow as well as wednesday, before it dries out once again, and it gets really hot. so looking at our temperatures for the inland areas, we have some low 90s today, and then a few more clouds once again tomorrow so that's going to bring down those temperatures into the upper 80s, and then it's going to be really hot by midweek, reaching up to 94 degrees in some of the valleys, while san francisco will stay in the 60s, i should say 68 degrees today, and then some low 70s headed through the middle of the week. i'll fix that graphic, mike, but nothing major on the roads. >> that's fine. you know what? 8 degrees would be okay. no, it wouldn't. looking most of the roadways are green. little blips move here and there as crews move the sensors.
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smooth drive out of the altamont pass. dublin interchange nice. contra costa county at speed pretty much. a little slowing shows up around pa low in berkeley. we had an earlier issue with ann the area. i'll double check with our live camera and see if we can find any other carrived. we have a crash reported in the north bay, southbound 101, around sir francis drake. no lane information but i can tell you south of there the go gt of glow. low clouds and let's call that fog just for safety sake. treat it as if that is the case. not many lights here but there is a glow. we have less glow but more lights here at the bay bridge toll plaza. the cash lanes are backed up right now but notice over here and over there, either side of the fastrak lanes you have one lane yet to open. no delays for mass transit, great start. back to you. >> mike, thank you much. pulled from his home, beaten and wrongly arrested what a palo alto man said happened to him last year. >> stephen stock obtained
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surveillance video raising questions about bias and excessive force at the hands of some palo alto police officers. >> this is the video from the surveillance camera of gustaveo alvarez living in the buena vista park. he's had alto pd before a knocking. february of lt captured when an contacted alvarez in front of his home, accusing him o suspen license. alvarez then goes inside and shuts the door. that officer calls for backup. they order alvarez to come out of his home, and then this happens. >> you think you're a tough guy now? >> everything about this incident, from the hollering, the yelling, the violence, the use of force, every bit of it was bad. >> reporter: that's retired judge and former san jose independent police auditor ledores cordell. she's calling for swift action from palo alto's police chief.
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representatives from palo alto declined to comment, citing a pending civil rights lawsuit. coming up tonight, you can see the entire video, plus questions about a possible coverup, and what microphones worn by these officers caught just after thed. that's all tonight at 11:00, on bc morning, talk about scary moments for a family out fishing. take a look. >> oh my gosh! >> did you say that on video? >> that is a great white shark leaping out of the water to nash a fish off the lane in cape cod bay, no the too far from where "jaws" was filmed. the captain has never seen something so acrobatic. >> flying sharks. coming up on "today in the bay," "nbc bay area responds." >> classic cars converging for a cause, helping kids in need.
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i'm consumer investigator chris chmura. we're supporting our schools, next. but first, happening now, national security adviser john bolten is inpan. he'll pproval to south korea travel to south korea. the disagreement is over the issue of compensation for south koreans forced to work f we'll be back after the break. it's 4:52.
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and welcome back on this monday morning. you're looking at a live picture of sfo over the weekend. they opened the harvey milk terminal there. all this week, nbc bay area responds to families in need. >> we want to help make sure every student is ready for back to school. chris chmura shows us how
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classic car enthusiasts are doing their part. oo a south bay group that's using their love of cars to help kids. the goombas car club meets regularly over the summer. members showed offer that rides in mountain view, collected backpacks, school supplies and cash donations for family giving tree. the goal to make sure thousands general sense of bringing people together, this is a great excuse for people to come together on a saturday morning, when you otherwise would be in bed but coming out, just checking out some cool cars and also doing a little bit of good on the side. >> all this week, nbc bay area is joining family giving tree with our annual supporting our schools backpack donation drive. we're aiming to help at least 5,000 kids get the new school year off to a great start. see how you can join us, even build a virtual backpack yourself on our website,
4:56 am i'll be back at 11:00 a.m. with some volunteers who are building those backpacks today. i hope to see you then. >> we'll look forward to it. coming up on "today in the bay," a check of the monday forecast. >> looks good as you get ready to head out the door in fremont. we'll see some sunshine again today and some hot temperatures. we'll talk about that, and what else is ahead, coming up next. and found that rig, there it is, east shore freeway, and much farther up from where it was reported. we see that slowing that showed up on ouren sensors. we'll show you the bigger picture coming up. plus new detail this is morning in the disturbing story, ashes of a young south bay girl who died of cancer stolen from the cemetery. what the family is telling us this morning. that's still ahead. you're watching "today in the bay."
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right now at 5:00, a pedestrian has been killed, another clinging to life after a driver ran a red light that caused a deadly chain reaction accident in san francisco. coming up in a live report, what investigators are saying about that driver. plus, not backing down. the president more than a week later continues to fight with four female democratic we're live on capitol hill with trump's latest tweet. and -- >> i don't feel pressured to buy everything on your child's school supply list before the first day of school. >> almost that time. back to school, top items your children will need and when you
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should get them, experts say. that's still ahead. "today in the bay" continues right now. good morning, everyone. very happy monday to you. thank you for joining us. i'm scott mcgrew. marcus washington has the day off. >> one more day off. i'm laura garcia. thanks for joining us. mike will have a look at the morning commute in moments. things are getting busy out there but the forecast another good one? >> another good one and it all depends on where you are. we're going to see a wide range in temperatures in spots like dublin. it's going to be heating up today and we'll be in the mid 80s by noon this afternoon, it's going to be really hot. we'll talk more about that coming up, and mike has a look at one issue for the east shore freeway. >> that's right, in berkeley, westbound 80, we talked about the big rig and i didn't see slowing where it was reported, didn't show anything at powell. it's before you get to powell westbound around ashby. you see the flares, one lane is blocked. they need a heavyduty tow truck to remove the vehicle. 5:00 right now. a tragic accident in san francisco leaves one man dead and his wife in the hospital,
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with serious injuries this morning. >> "today in the bay's" sharon katsuda is live in the newsroom with more information on the accident. a rented tesla, sharon. >> this happened in a h


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