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drinks. other bills would band big gulp style drinks have also been pushed to the sidelines. four people injured in a shooting at a busy mall along the peninsula. we are at the san bruno police department to give you an update on the victims as police are searching for the suspects opened fire. a smash and grab burglary at a jewelry store caught on camera. this happened and why they think they may be linked to other burglaries across the bay area. is a brisk wednesday morning, it is july 3. >> i was going to ask if you noticed that. mark notices everything, he has our forecast. >> i'm not the best source for fashion advice, but maybe grab
the sweater with a jacket. yes, dress in layers because it is brisk out there, you definitely want to bundle up this morning, the afternoon should be okay, scattered low clouds and the unofficial wind gauge was the right portion, breeze around 10 to 20 miles per hour. 60 to 70's and 80's and then increase in sunshine later on today. here's a satellite showing high clouds in a central california and a nice sunset last night. we have been watching the fog next banding coverage hit the coast. a few patches in the north bay to start out here wednesday morning. current numbers, lots of 50s on the board, santa rosa 52, livermore 56 and here is the plan for today. starting out with patchy fog, temperatures into the 50s and into the afternoon more sunshine, 60s,
70s and 80s. these numbers not a big change from yesterday, maybe some party clouds near portions of the coastline. we will have more of your forecast in a few minutes. 702 and we are keeping an eye on a major collision. the coroner is heading to the scene of a motorcycle crash on interstate 80. they will not rule it a fatal crash into the coroner get there and the coroner declares it. it was about 6:20 this morning. an alert has been issued near cell phone 80 and tennyson road. there is already a big backup on the interstate right now. claims one through four are closed and we don't know when they may reopen. we do have a crew heading to the scene and we will bring you a are for in just a little bit.
let's take a look at your morning commute elsewhere, we will start with the bay bridge. you can see for yourself, not too bad, but i mean there is plenty of traffic out there. i'm going to be optimistic for the bay bridge that things will keep moving. on the san mateo bridge you can see a lot of people are busy and moving and they have to going to work or beginning the holidays, but the san mateo bridge is rather busy now. and on the golden gate bridge, absolutely beautiful. a beautiful view and traffic is flowing pretty good right now. to developing news in san bruno where police are still searching for the gunmen who opened fire inside the busy tanforan mall mall next to the san bruno police station. tran was alyssa harrington is live outside the police department to give us what investigators have to say about the shooting so far. >> reporter: we are waiting for an update, they are supposed to give us new information this morning. yesterday shoppers
were inside the mall when someone opened fire near the food were. >> i just heard gunshots really loud, like loud banging noises, then i saw people running and screaming. >> they were basically yelling, get out of the mall, there is a shooter >> it didn't feel right. i was right by where all of the little kids play, it was totally scary to hear everyone screaming. >> reporter: the shops had to be evacuated on officers were seen searching the mall. four people were hurt and police say the shooting was not random, but the relationship between the gunmen and victims is unclear. we know a 16-year-old and 12- year-old were taken to the hospital with gunshot wounds, both in serious conditions, the others were treated and released. police are going to surveillance video from inside the mall. the chief thinks
there was to gunmen and spoke to us on the phone last night. >> it makes you scratch your head. we're talking about young people here involved in very dangerous behavior with a complete disregard for the surroundings, or the people that they are congregating with . it's a challenge for us as law enforcement as we see more and more of this. >> reporter: they thought at least one of the gunmen may have boarded a train. a gun was found on a train at 12th street in oakland yesterday afternoon. we have seen a lot of security this morning, mall security driving by the mall and it is expected to be back open at 10 am. time is 7:05 and ktvu's rob ross talked to another shopping mall worker who heard
the gunfire and helped people run to safety. she did not want to appear on camera. >> when we heard a bunch of gunshots, you know we were not really thinking too much of it until people started running. there were people coming in the store trying to run something. we knew then it was serious. >> reporter: what did the gunshots sunlight? >> really loud, like something you would hear in an action movie or something. there were a bunch, it wasn't just one here and there, it was a lot, so we had people running into the store and stuff. basically they told us to lock the doors, keep everybody in the back. >> police and swat went store to store making sure everyone hiding from the gunfire safely got out of the mall. on our website ktvu.com you can find expanded coverage of the shooting at the tanforan mall . we posted a slideshow of photos from inside the mall, as well as stories of people from bart.
oakland police are investigating a deadly shooting at 11:45 last night. police say one man died at the scene and two others were taken to the hospital. police have not said if they made any arrests and we are working to get more information on what happened. time is 7:07, a suspected gang member in los angeles found charged with killing the son of an oakland city councilmember. 23-year-old ivan hernandez is due in court next month in connection with the murder and attempted robbery of 21-year- old victor michael haney. he was a student at usc and also the son of oakland councilmember lynette gibson michael haney. victor michael haney was out with friends in march when he was killed about a mile from the usc campus. >> the driver hit and accused of a pedestrian hit three people
on the curb with the arrival part of an international terminal. the ford expedition was pulling away from the curb and people reloading their luggage into another car. two people were injured and 33- year-old jedediah cruise of seattle was killed. the crash appeared to be an accident. in a separate crash, a young man is under arrest under suspicion of driving the wrong influence, going the wrong way and slamng to another car in redwood city. the 19-year-old driver was cited for speeding. the driver eventually crossed the median and hit an oncoming car head-on and he suffered major injuries. officers found a loaded gun and ammunition in the car. the city of san jose will consider appealing a civil jury ruling that found police used excessive force when they shot and killed a young man who was having a suicidal breakdown.
the jury recommends awarding the family of 18-year-old anthony nunez $2.6 million. three years ago he shot himself twice in the head, but survived. two police officers said they later shot nunez because they feared for their safety and the safety of the public when he refused to put down his gun. the das office cleared the officers criminally, but in the civil trial, a neighbor testified he never saw nunez point a gun at the police. >> i don't even know how to put it into words the feeling that we have. it's been three years of suffering, of crying, of hurting , sleepless nights, not eating, missing him. >> the police union president says the jury left their sympathies for a grieving family overruled the facts in the case. the san jose city's attorney's office so those officers are experienced and they acted in a manner consistent with the use of
force. there is any report out showing there are fewer deadly police shootings in california last year compared to previous years. according to a report from the attorney general's office, 146 people died in confrontations with police in 2010 compared with 172 in 2017 and 157 in 2016. also, there were fewer incidents of police use of force in general last year compared to previous years. a national crackdown on sex crimes led to a number of recent bay area arrest. the operation was called operation broken heart. it involved 61 passports across the country and led to a total of 70 people being arrested. charges ranged from child pornography to sexually abusing children and occluded local, state and federal agencies. time is now 7:10 and police
in san rafael are releasing surveillance video. they want you to see a smashing grab burglary at a jewelry store hopefully it will eating two suspects. police use -- the thieves used rocks to smash into the windows , grab with the cut and got away. >> my feeling is the probably cased the place, maybe even posed as customers. >> police are trying to figure out if the theme same thieves are connected to other burglary store robberies. no word yet on whether a walnut creek restaurant is going to open up in a new spot. they set up the final meal last weekend. they had a 50s theme, black-and-white checkerboard floors, all that. it's unclear as to why the restaurant shut down, but there is speculation property owners didn't renew the lease because there is limited square footage
. a lot of people getting ready to celebrate the fourth of july, which means figuring out where you're going to watch fireworks. we tell you i police are telling you don't go to a popular viewing spot on treasure island this year. in the 2020 census forms are already being printed without a controversial question. here what california attorney general's have to say about dropping the sentence in question.
go to a store, but 11 days later her body was found at a nearby powerplant building on the hospital campus. her children accused hospital not protecting her, even though the staff knew her mental health was not good. no comment yet from the city on the lawsuit. alameda county public defender's office says the sheriff's office and illegally reported interviews to attorneys . public defenders office so the jails phones gave a warning that conversations are being monitored and reported. the reported warning was being placed into a software glitch and has been removed. the trump administration is giving up the fight to add a question about citizenship to next year's census. the census bureau is now pending 2020 census forms without the parturition citizenship question. but after
the trump administration decided to drop an effort to pursue further legal action the u.s. supreme court's blocked the question in a ruling being handed down next week. >> this is a major win against this administration, and went for our nation and our democracy , and everyone in this country. >> the census has not included a question about the decision since 1950, basically there are concerns about causing an undertone. norley released photos and set a mega detention center show migrants living in overcrowded holding cells. it is part of a new report by u.s. government auditors who visited the facilities in south a few weeks ago. the report says they were banging on windows to hold up notes to show how long they had been there. under federal law people are only supposed to be in the cells for 72 hours. but the general set at one facility and also being held in
standing room only conditions for more than a week. photos of protesters took on the trump administration to be held accountable at the detention centers. demonstrators took to the streets of san francisco is another that is across the bay area yesterday. they want to see the detention facility shut down as soon as possible. >> they treated horribly, the camps are worse than prison. people are suffering sleeping on concrete and on floors, they are filthy. >> advocates say those in the detention facilities are fleeing poverty and violence in their own country and migrants are being denied civil rights and human dignity as they seek asylum. nunez customs and border protection agencies say more than half 1 million migrants have been apprehended since october. a small town in southern california right on the border with arizona has the third off a sanctuary city for gun owners. it's the town of needles and it
now calls itself the second amendment sanctuary city. the city council told the city attorney to write a resolution, asking california lawmakers to let gunowners legally carry their guns into the town. california doesn't recognize out-of-state concealed carry permit and one councilmember says he has friends right across the border in arizona who won't come to the town because they cannot legally bring their guns. let's talk about heading outside, we are thinking about tomorrow and also concerned about the fireworks and fog. i will say there is never fog in livermore. [ laughter ] >> that sounds a good plan, right? seems like every year there's always the fog threat around san francisco and san francisco bay, looks like that will be the case for tomorrow evening. is the plan, setting out the day with low clouds, temperatures in the 50s and
afternoon hours, a nice recovery matching highs from yesterday, 60s, 70s and 80s. aristotle is showing scattered high cosmically across central california over the past 24 hours. right now still some patchy fog trying to regroup and portions of the coast and around the bay, even up in the north bay around nine counties still some low clouds at least developing this hour. current numbers, santa rosa has warmed up a little bit, 52 degrees, santa rosa 54, san jose 56 and walnut creek in the mid- 50s. for this area of low pressure has been keeping us somewhat on the left side, at least capping our temperatures. no major heat in the forecast at all. minor changes this week with night and morning fog. 60s, 70s and 80s and by the weekend we could have a few neighborhoods floating in and around the 90 degree mark. wills taking the fourth of july forecast with warm numbers in 80s towards santa rosa, concorde and san jose. closer to the y temperatures in the 70s and the beaches,
including san francisco mainly in the low to mid 60s for tomorrow. we are today, we have some patchy fog, the forecast is not showing it, or partly to sunny skies. tomorrow morning fourth of july, the clouds will be somewhat of a factor for the morning hours, doing back near the shoreline. this is 3 pm and the happenings into the evening hours, possibly some fog could be making a comeback throughout the evening on thursday. so although the fireworks is scattered around the bay area, the little dots represent fireworks shows. figure 1 is towards san francisco, where we do have to bring in the possibility of some patchy fog and it won't be completely fair, but we will see if it can hold off a little bit after the fireworks and festivities. will be watching that tomorrow evening with temperatures in the upper 50s. santa rosa 83, richmond 69 degrees. around the bay close
to 70 and had inland to find some 80s. san jose 76, gilroy forecast high of 83 and for san mateo we will go to 70. the coast mainly in the lower 60s. looking at your five day forecast, but of a warming trend kicking in for tomorrow and the weekend. by saturday the warmest locations and length can be used to 90 degrees. we are looking at their morning commute and we expect lighter than usual traffic out of the fourth of july holiday. take a look at this picture, what a dream if you're on 24 right now coming through lafayette heading west to oakland, not a problem, usually it's 7:21 on a typical tuesday and it would be pacs. let's see what's happening in emeryville, smooth sailing as well. a lot of space between you and the car ahead of you. san jose and highway 101 no problems here to share with you, but the front goes back
over to the east bay and let's take a look at what's happening on interstate 880, traffic is a little bit moderate. 880 northbound, to the heart of the coliseum there on the right, not a problem at all if you are found 80 at this point, but several miles to the south of this picture is also what we understand is likely a fatal motorcycle crash on 880 when you get to tennyson. again that is outspent 880 in tennyson at the exit. we are working on what's happening as this is impacting your morning commute. we will show you exactly where the trouble is if you hope to get to san mateo bridge, it might be impacting you. stand up of this for the morning. also ahead of the fourth of july there is another warning that you need to look out for. also, no megan rapinoe? the u.s. soccer team advances to the world cup finals.
experts recommend purchasing protection plans. the fourth of july celebration in washington dc will lead to a parade, fireworks and protest. the event is titled salute to america. the president is set to speak at the lincoln memorial. let's say he is taking over what is traditionally been a nonpartisan event. >> the president is not going to get political, he's going to celebrate the greatest country, the greatest idea in the history of the world, and that is the united states of america. >> protesters have applied for and received a permit to supply a giant balloon of the president as a baby near the washington monument. and now to soccer, today is game two in the semifinals of the women's world cup. there will be a party right near san francisco's
embarcadero, come on down and say hi. it starts at noon and you can all watch the game together. the one of today's metal the u.s. intent is final. the americans advanced by beating england and a 2-1 nailbiter. alex morgan took him the winner. she celebrated her 30th birthday yesterday. the u.s. is in its third women's world cup finals. >> for me it is so great, i saw my teammates so emotional after the game and is knowing how much it means to each of us and doing it together. >> american goalkeeper alyssa nair had the save of the match as she stopped england from scoring on a penalty kick near the end of the game. the u.s. faces the winner of today's sweden netherlands
embarcadero -- mac you don't want to see that, do you? >> i have seen enough colorful clouds to last me a lifetime. we're talking about fourth of july fireworks. let's talk about what it looks like weather-wise. >> good morning and thank you for joining us for mornings on 2 on wednesday, july 3. >> let's go ahead and bring in mike, no pressure. this is the hardest forecast to release. >> this is a sensitive one. 12 to 13 years ago i worked as a forecaster and a guaranteed clear sky for the fourth of july. >> what happened? >> and fogged in. we will have some low clouds and fog at least for this morning and then clearing back to the shoreline. we will talk about the fourth of july forecast coming up in a little bit. 60s, 70s and to the 80s this afternoon with increasing sunshine later this afternoon. not a big change in temperatures from yesterday's highs. a few high clouds moving across
portions of the bay area over the past 12 hours or so and some scattered low clouds as we have been referencing the cameras near the coast and portions of the bay expanding in coverage over the past 2 to 3 hours. and of course having an impact on temperatures. it feels a bit brisk out there, you can see santa rosa 52, oakland 56. san francisco 54, so most areas in the 50s right now. when's with a little bit of a breeze, you can see and concord and fairfield winds at about 15 miles per hour. partly cloudy skies, some patchy fog this morning and more sunshine this afternoon. the clouds will gradually clear back to near the shoreline. 60s and 70s, warmest locations approaching mid to low 80s. more on the forecast in a few minutes, let's check in with dave. we have an update from hayward on a major crash of a motorcycle on interstate 880 and hayward. a coroner has been
called to the scene. you're looking at live pictures of caltrans. the chp told ktvu the crash involved a motorcycle into his vehicles. it happened about an hour ago. alert has been issued for south and 880 near tennyson road. you can see the traffic backup for yourself. this is right along 880 and it is a mess out there. authorities will not rule if the crash is fatal until the learner gets there and declares it. lanes one through four are closed, again you can see this for yourself. chp said the cleanup crew is not expected to get out there for another half hour, so it will be busy in that area. we have a news crew heading out there as well. we will bring you a live update shortly. it is 7:33 and let's look at other parts of the morning commute. this is the bay bridge, busy but moving. not a whole lot, but it's busy.
let's look at the san mateo bridge, also busy. you can see a lot of traffic around the bay area in different spots. golden gate bridge flowing nicely as we speak. and the richmond san rafael bridge, looking good as well. we will keep you posted on any problems there or anyplace else. we continue to follow developing news and san bruno where people were shot at the tanforan mall and are in the house . we're waiting on an date from police this morning. san bruno is right off of interstate 380 and reports came in around 4 o'clock yesterday. the mall was evacuated as officers started searching for the two suspected gunmen. police searched all of the stores, as well as the storage areas and back rooms.
the parking lot area was open long enough for people to get their cars and go. the mall reopened last night open as scheduled at0 o'clock this morning. most people who were in the mall ran when they heard the gunfire. one army recruiter and set them all actually ran towards the gunfire. that recruiter, staff sergeant isaiah locklear works at the recruiting station inside the mall and he saw two people were hurt. he went to the 16- year-old boy who had been shot in the stomach and took off his shirt and used that to stop the bleeding. >> he was on the floor waving his arms like i've been shot, don't let me die i don't want to die. that really hit me. he didn't want to die, i was telling him you're not going to die. i'm going to stick with you through it. >> mister locklear didn't think twice about helping because a soldier has to do what he has to do. a 12-year-old boy was also shot
in the leg and is in the hospital this morning. two other people were treated for minor injuries at the mall. ktvu's alyssa harrington is there and will have a live report at 7 o'clock from the scene of the crime. our time is 7:36, starting today the chp is reminding everybody be careful out there slow down and celebrate the fourth of july weekend is on sibley. chp's maximum enforcement. it's at 6 o'clock tonight and will continue until midnight on sunday. all available officers will be out watching for drivers beating, not wearing seatbelts, driving under the influence, or using a phone. 18 people were killed in crashes on california roads during last year's fourth of july maximum enforcement period. police are asking for the public's help after a man was shot several times.
it happened on windemere avenue near highway 101 investigators say the 26-year-old man was shot several times and survived and was taken to the house. he is now in serious condition and they have no information about a possible source. at this point they are hoping witnesses will come forward. we now know the names of two men killed in the wrong way crash on highway 24 over the weekend. there are 26-year-old nino ramirez humana's and 35-year-old a lazar perez lopez from oakland. the crash happened before 2 am sunday morning and the chp says they were going the wrong way on west on highway 24 when they hit another car. five people in the other car were rushed to hospitals with major injuries. police are stepping up patrols after two pedestrians were hit and killed by smart trains. both that the accident happened at the golf drive crossing last week.
there are more than a dozen signs in the area, including two additional lights and warning bells. plan to ticket drivers. on the tracks. >> i don't know what else the train company can do. i mean you put lights, you put bars that come down, you know some point people have to take some responsibility for their own actions. >> after each incident, whether intentional or unintentional, we investigate that area and we say what else could we have done? nothing is off the table, nothing should be off the table. we want to save lives. >> they are getting permits to install gates you have to walk or bike through to get to the tracks. bart is moving ahead with new fare gates, despite concerns through some disabled
riders who were they may be hurt when the gates closed. a facebook user took this photo of the new fare gates at the richmond station. the old fare gates are the lower ones , the new guesser above, designed so stop fare jumpers. some of the writers who use wheelchairs worry they can close on their heads. staff members will be at the new fare showing people how they work and answering any questions. police and firefighters around the bay area are cracking down on illegal firework activity. ktvu went on a right along with a deputy to send along a popular road that is popular for illegal fireworks. officials say this is one of the many areas being monitored through the holidays. >> the santa clara county sheriff's office has additional resources have allocated to specific areas, where we have
seen firework activity, illegal fireworks. >> cal fire says late rainfall and moderate weather helped reduce some fire danger, but officials say the cruise responding to more business files fires and dramatic injuries around this holiday. time is 7:40, san francisco authorities remind you, don't go to treasure island to watch fireworks. treasure island development authorities says parking in viewing areas there is limited. several construction projects are underway on treasure island and some of the roads and parking areas are blocked, you cannot get to them. a decorated navy seal accused of war crimes, but not guilty of murder. but the jury found him guilty of doing and why his attorney says he may be a free man in time for the fourth of july. is wildfire season and pg eddie is out and for us trying
to prevent small fires from becoming big ones. what crews are doing to spot wildfires before they get out of control. a quick good morning, let alone what you're working on for the next half hour. >> coming up in the next hour when it comes to streaming services, we know there are a lot of options out there for you with all the movies and tv shows they offer. we explained why having too many options can lead to something called dreaming paralysis. plus, the housing market pretty hot. and for future buyers all you have to do is just point and click.
welcome back to mornings on 2, it is 7:43. if you're in san diego, there has been in the quitting navy seal of war crimes who will be back in court today to decide his fate for posing with the picture with the courts. swiss and chief edward gallagher was found not guilty yesterday of killing a teenage member of isis in 2017. prosecutors say chief gallagher fatally stabbed the isis member after he was hurt in an airstrike. the lawyers repeatedly questioned the forensic evidence and they challenged incriminating testimony from gallagher's fellow seal members. in gallagher's wife talked to reporters after yesterday's court ruling. >> he is a righteous and noble individual and his name has been cleared and slandered and dragged through the mud. i think this vindication i think will be a lesson learned everybody. >> the maximum sentence gallagher could get would be
the four months in jail. since he is already spent nine months in prison, waitinfor the trial, he is now a free man. pg and he is using small flames to watch out for wildfires across thousands of miles in california. it is the fifth year there offering this patrols using fire spotters and seven planes from late in the afternoon until dusk. i begin june 1 and will continue until the end of october and even beyond, depending on the wildfire risk. last year pg&e fire spotters detected 209 fires he had notified local firefighters. an update of a major crash on interstate 880 and hayward. the coroner has been called to the scene. chp tells ktvu the crash involved in motorcycle and six vehicles. it happened about an hour ago
and alert was issued for southbound 880 near tennyson road. on the map on the left there is a lot of threat on the roadway, many significant delays. they won't technically rule it is a fatal crash into the coroner's arrives. from 1 to 4 they are closed and the chp clinic crew is working to clean up the scene. we expect to give you a report and a second, but take a look at the smaller right-hand side, that's a look at what you will be sitting in here on southbound 880 trying to get through hayward and the san mateo bridge. a lot of people had this week off and the day off, so even though it's bad on 880 and certainly the loss of life is the most important thing , traffic isn't quite as bad as it might be. >> time is 7:46 and we're tracking your weather, miles is in for steve this morning, right? >> scattered low clouds floating around the bay, they haven't increased in coverage over the past few hours.
you're a satellite showing high clouds from last night into this morning, and here we go with fog near the coast and portions of the bank closer to and, hayward and fremont. so some areas have lots of sunshine, the areas still dealing with the more it were forecast. san jose 56 degrees in there is the redwood city number checking into the 50s now . 56 degrees in the area, the portion of the bay area. this area of low pressure has been capping our temperatures, no major heat in our forecast, no triple digits. we are getting 80s, 70s and 60s. minor changes this week, although temperatures trending up towards the weekend. later on today we could have some patchy fog that's not showing up on the model, but maybe patches co-side. low clouds regroup later tonight and into tomorrow morning. tuesday morning six clearing back to near the coastline, but a front and fairfax festivities.
this model is trying to push some of that bike is obey. all of these represent the firework displays in the bay area for tomorrow as we come closer to san francisco. 930 manet we do have the possibility of patchy fog and temperatures in the upper 50s to bundle up thursday evening. forecast highs this afternoon, 60s, 70s, warmest locations approaching 83 to 85 degrees for the islands, but san jose 76 and san mateo around 70 degrees. a little warming trend kicking in for the fourth and i will continue as we head towards the end of the week. coming up in the next hour, how the cast of spiderman poses
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comments about recent deaths of migrants and sexually explicit posts about near congress amended alexandria casiano cortez. one former agent told the associated press that the facebook page was a forum for current and former agents to swap their stories and also vent. 7:53 in the president of iran says they will increase their enrichment of uranium to quote, any amount we want. last european leaders found a way to offset americans sanctions on the economy. earlier this week united nations confirmed iran past the limit put on it stockpile of low, average uranium set in 2015 with the nuclear deal. president trump pulled the united states out of that agreement. iran was a european country
that are part of the deal came up to reduce the impact of the u.s. sanctions targeting its industry. the reports show just how much we will be spending on the fourth of july celebrations. also, wall street is liberating a record at this morning. and hook us in the studio now with it. >> the s&p 500 hit a new record high after speculation that the federal reserve will cut interest rates at its meeting later on this month. we could see a record close for the daw after disappointing numbers on jobs and the economy. ringing in the opening bell this morning, i want to let you know that is the medal of honor recipient. staff sergeant david porter via his being honored, ringing the bell there. start trading day, ahead of the holiday make her close tomorrow and they're open on friday, but there is the near
record dow jones at the third of the present, 94 points to 26,008 81, we will certainly be watching that is the again about three hours early today. the s&p 500 is 2986, at about .5% and the nasdaq at 81 55, at more than half the present. it's summer and you probably don't want to cook about back-to-school, but amazon prime day event will target back-to-school shoppers. it will last two days, july 15 and 16th. it is gearing up by watching out the school year online store . parents and students can buy supplies and there is a section for teachers to buy custom to the core, arts and crafts, instructional technology. american suspended nearly $84 billion delta air lines adding new perks to the economy class service.
starting in october they will offer hot towels, bistro style then he, a free living it will be on more than international flights for 6 1/2 hours and some like flights. americans expected to spend $1 billion during the holiday just on pier. researchers the fourth of july is the top drinking holiday in the u.s. but the national federal return retail federation says americans will spend $40.6 billion on hotdogs and hamburgers come down a little bit than last year, but the average cost adds up to about $73 a person. from waste to you to save, to raise our presentation. if you breathing a clothing donation to the alameda county fair kenny . >> if i go to your house like
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the shooters are nowhere to be found. we are live at the shops at tanforan mall. >> and a smashing burglary caught on camera. why police believe that they same thieves are kind to others across the area. good morning, everyone, welcome back to mornings on 2, it is wednesday, july 3. >> let's help get you back out the door. if you're staying around the bay area your fourth of july should be nice. >> a little bit warmer tomorrow night, these are minor changes over the next few days. this morning we have another round of low clouds and fog. especially cloud cover has increased and coverage over the past few hours, setting stage for more of the cast across portions of the bay area. here's the plan for today, mild to warm, skies becoming mostly sunny into the afternoon hours. 60s, 70s and some 80s. satellite showing a high clouds moving across the bay area becoming closer. we showed you some fog patches and you can see
a little bit of an onshore breeze in the bay itself and up and portions of the north bay as well. current numbers, most areas into the 50s. it is a 57 san francisco 55, mountain view 62, starting to see a little bit of a warming out there to start off your wednesday morning. here is the plan for this morning, partly cloudy skies, patchy fog. we make it to the afternoon hours and more sunshine with patchy fog cosign. we will tackle the fourth of july forecast coming up with your next update in just a few. we have an update from hayward on a major crash with a motorcycle on interstate 880 and a corner has been called to the scene. chp tells ktvu the crash involves a motorcycle along with two other vehicles. the wreck happened about an hour ago. this is near south 880 and tennyson road. it is bumper-to-bumper traffic south state 80 right now.
authorities will not roll the crash a fatal crash yet until officially we do get word and the coroner arrives, planes 14 are closed. chp crew is not expected you to reach that for another hour. we have a news crew reviving you on the scene. developing news and tran73. a shooting inside 10 grandma a tanforan mall mall. >> reporter: a lot happening today. the mall will be open, it opens at 10. anyone who left belongings are items inside will be able to come back and and retrieve them. also, bart is running again, it shut down during the shooting at day because they believe at least one of the gunmen got on the train. we got to see the police chief last night to give us more information about what happened in that we do know there was a
group of individuals at the mall and there was sort of some dispute that led to the gunshots being fired. >> reporter: police officers have been scouring surveillance video from inside of the mall to get a better look at the first x and a better idea about what happened. we have also been looking at video taken at bart. it's unclear how the shoes the shooter he knew the victims. a staff sergeant provided first aid. >> he was leaning on the floor waving his arms like i've been shot, i don't want to die! that really hit me. i was just telling him, you're not going to die. i'm going to stick with you through it. >> the entire mod to be evacuated. officers armed with rifl were seen searching for the gunmen
going into each store. four people total were her and i know a 16-year-old and 12- year-old were two of those victims taken at the hospital with gunshot wounds, both in serious condition. the others were treated and released. again, police believe they are dealing with two gunmen in their searching for video with images right now, trying to figure out the identity of the suspects. the mall will be open at 10 am, the names of those with rooms have not been released. tran was rob ross talked with another person who works at the mall and heard the gunfire. the witness also did not want to talk on camera. >> we heard a bunch of gunshots and you know, we are not really thinking too much of it until people started running, people were coming in the store trying to run some something, so we knew it was serious. >> what did the gunshots sound like? >> they were really loud, something in a movie or
something. there were a bunch, not just a couple here and there but there were a lot. so we have people running into the store and staff and they said it's an opportunity to lock your doors, keep everybody in the back. >> policeman store to store making sure everyone hiding from gunfire slavishly got out. at ktvu.com you can find expanded coverage of the tanforan mall shooting , as well as boat riders affected by delays. oakland police are investigating a deadly shooting happening last night at about 11:45 on 87th avenue southeast of the coliseum. police a one man died at the scene and two others were taken to the house. they have not guessed that if they made any arrests in the case, but we are working to get more information on oakland lease on what happened. a suspected gang member was charged with killing the son of an oakland city councilmember. 23-year-old in connection with
the murder and attempted robbery of vic or michael haney. michael haney was out with friends in march when he was killed about a mile from the campus. a driver accused of hitting and killing a pedestrian sfo was facing a number of charges this morning. 46-year-old -- hit three people at the pickup group at the arrival section of the international terminal. authorities a ford expedition was pulling away and people were loading luggage into another car. two people were injured and 33- year-old jedediah cruz appears to have lost him. chb started chasing a 19- year-old man driving dangerously and changing lanes while speeding. authorities said the driver eventually cost the median and
hit an oncoming previous head on. he suffered minor injuries, the driver of the previous has minor injuries. officers also found a loaded gun and ammunition in the suspects card. the city of san jose will consider appealing a civil jury decision, how police use excessive force when they shot and killed a young man experiencing a suicidal breakdown. they are wanting the family $2.6 million. three years ago the 18-year-old shot himself and survived. this officers say they later shot nunez because they feared for their safety and the public safety after he refused to drop his gun. the das office cleared the officers criminally, but in a several trial and neighbor testified he never saw nunez point a gun at the officers. >> and i don't know how to put into words the feeling that we have. it's been three years of suffering, crying, hurting, sleepless nights, i'm not eating, nothing helps.
>> the police union president says the jury let their sympathies overrule the facts of the case. officers are experienced and acted in a matter that was consistent with the use of force. any report shows fewer deadly police shootings in california. this is last year compared to the previous two years. according to a report from the attorney general's office, 146 people died in confrontation with the lease in 2018. compare that to 100 70 two deaths in 2017 and 157 in the year 2016. international crackdown on sex crimes has led to a number of recent bay area arrests. the investigation was called operation broken heart in place during april and may. the mercury news reports it involves 61 taskforces across the country and led to a total of 1700 will being arrested. crimes range from child pornography to sexually abusing
children. it included local, state and federal agencies. police in san rafael are releasing surveillance video of a smash and grab burglary at a downtown jewelry store. the thieves used a rock to smash the front door at the jewelers two weeks ago. they then used hammers to smash cases and grab with a cup before heading out. >> they definitely targeted this jewelry store because they thought they would get a pretty good haul. they probably case the place, maybe call posed as customers. >> they may be connected to several other burglaries. resident shop is going to have tanks on display for the fourth of july. plans on his other expected moves ahead of the fourth of july holiday. and the 2020 census forms being printed without a controversial question, he hear from the attorney general and what he has to say about dropping the question of
>> reporter: i just spoke with the chp office in there confirming there is one fatality. we will jump out of the way and zoom in to where we are looking. we are on the northbound side of a lady looking towards tennyson road and you can see there is a considerable amount of traffic that has stopped on the southbound side. we do see some flashing lights where we are. we understand this all started just after 6:20 this morning. chp says witnesses reported the motorcyclist was splitting lanes between number one and two lane and there was a car also trying to switch lanes from lane one lane to. at that point, the motorcyclist began, reportedly, lane splitting between lane two and three and that's when they crashed into the back of a pickup truck. chp says the
motorcyclist flew off of the motorcycle into the number three lane where he was struck by at least one card. again, the area confirming that the motorcyclist has passed away. if you look at the camera from the caltrans looking at 880 and tennyson you can see there is a considerable backup. i will say when we were making our way down on south on 880 we exited in san leandro to avoid all of that traffic. it looks backed up all the way towards eighth street and san leandro and the lorenzo area. if you are heading down 880, your best bet would likely to be exiting taking experience down. considering that there was so much traffic on 880, exterior appears that experian is doing pretty well. the good news is that the chp is saying they are trying to get these lanes back open. right now one threw for is posed, only lane five is open.
so it's bumper-to-bumper, cars only going through on that one lane, but they hope to get the lanes open within the next hour. if that happens, we will let you know, but sadly the motorcyclist just passed away after being involved in a crash with at least two cars. the trump administration is dropping it legal flight test a question about citizenship through next year's census. the bureau is renting that 2020 census forms without the controversial citizenship question, afterward from the truck administration that it is dropping its effort to pursue further legal action. the us supreme court blocks the question from being added in a ruling last week. >> this is a major win in specific administrations. a win for our nations, our democracy, and everyone. >> the census has not included a question about citizenship.
newly released photos inside micro detention centers show migrants living in overcrowding holding cells. these reports are right u.s. government auditors who visited several facilities in south texas. they said detainees would bang on windows and hold notes up to show how long they had been there. federal law says they are only supposed to be there for 72 hours. the inspector general said at one facility adults are in standing room only conditions for more than a week. the alameda county public defender's office claims the sheriff's department made a legally recorded interviews between attorneys and clients at the center who are to jail. the jails phones are used for privileged attorney-client conversations give a warning that conversations were being monitored and recorded. the recorded warning was being played due to a software glitch and has now been removed and calls were never being recorded. the fourth of july celebration in washington dc
will now include a parade, fireworks, a speech by president trump, and protesters. the event is set to salute america. the president is scheduled to speak at the lincoln memorial. some critics say president trump is hijacking what has traditionally been a nonpartisan event. >> the president is not going to get political, he will celebrate the greatest country in greatest ideas on the history of the world, that is the united states of america. >> protesters have applied for and received permits to fly a trial balloon on a section of the national mall right near the national monument. always nice to have wes miles step in for steve paulson. >> we are working on a nice forecast for you guys, even as we head toward the fourth of july, little bit of a bump in the numbers. at least we are talking about extreme heat. no '90s, just mid to upper 80s
is about it. here's the big view in the pacific, scattered high clouds moving across central california over the past 24 hours as we are coming closer. the fog has been regrouping is patchy near the coast. current numbers, lots of 50s on the board, mountain view checking in at 62 degrees, so some areas beginning to warm up. santa rosa 57 and walnut creek in the upper 50s. here is a camera looking out toward sfo with clouds and it looks like they are trying to lift a little bit with hints of sunshine here. that trend will continue over the next few hours. if you're not a fan of the heat , you can think this guy, the area of low pressure to the north capping our temperatures. no triple digit heat or heat advisories, we're just talking about 60s, 70s and 80s. minor changes, but we will bump up the numbers a little bit beginning tomorrow and it will take us into the coming weekend.
here is the forecast model later on today, trying to out the clouds, but we could have a few leftover patches near portions of the coastline. thursday morning the clouds regrouped near the coast and portions of the bed, clearing back into the coast and we are watching the forecast tomorrow evening and thursday evening between seven and 10 o'clock. there is the chance we could have some more fog pushed back into the bay. it's not a done deal just yet, but something to keep an eye on heading towards tomorrow evening. all of these dots represent the firework displays over the area becoming closer to san francisco, we do have to add the possibility of fog and cold hold off until after 11 o'clock or so, but something will be watching close tomorrow evening with temperatures in the upper 50s. forecast highs for this afternoon, warmest locations in the low to mid 80s towards santa rosa, fairfield and vacaville. danville 82 degrees, down to southbay 76, gilroy 83 and san francisco mid 60s.
the beaches mostly in the low 60s. a little bit of a bump in the numbers for tomorrow for the fourth of july and the minor warming trend will take us into the weekend. here is a reminder to download the ktvu weather app for your smart phone or tablet. it does have interactive radar hourly updates. the 70 forecast is also an easy feature for you to upload your videos and photos. it is free to download right now from the apple and google play store. is 8:20 and people are getting ready to celebrate the fourth of july holiday. coming up, why police are telling people not to go to an iconic viewing spot on treasure island. when it comes to streaming services, we know there are a lot of options out there. we will explain why too many options leads to streaming paralysis.
8:23 and with so many streaming services offering movies and television shows, do you ever decide you are taking more time to decide what to watch them watching your program? >> is leaving some people with what's being termed streaming paralysis. >> ilan day at work, you had homecoming at the gym, make a dinner and sit down to watch an hour of tv before bed and spend the next 45 minutes scrolling unable to commit to anything, you give up and go to sleep. >> africa kind of wasted my time with it. >> the average viewer spends
only seven minutes looking for something to watch, not 45 as i suggested. >> you are scanning and scanning and scanning. >> 21% who surveyed subscribe to an online demand video service and said when they had too many options the end of their search early and decided not to watch over at all. >> is option overall overload. >> it's easy to get sucked into the infinite scroll of netflix or hulu. >> even hollywood reporter occasionally finds herself paralyzed by the number of things she could watch than the number of places on which she could watch them. >> unless you have a clear idea in your mind about what you're going to watch -- >> we were watching the best thing on tv. >> it was a simpler time, wasn't it? >> whatever was on was fine.
mike that era ended and now we spend our night wondering and our patients wasting away along with the free time we reserved for watching tv. >> annoyed, tired, exhausted, upset. >> but in a predicted future artificial intelligence improves and we won't have to scroll, search requested. >> usually i do something else like plan play a game on my phone. the federal appeals court in san francisco sided with the city of berkeley in a legal battle over the cell phone industry. cell phone retailers were to issue warnings about the possible dangers of cell phone use, including a warning that wearing a phone next to the body can mean more exposure to radiofrequency radiations than recommended by federal guidelines. this is the second time berkeley has prevailed in the cell phone industry association and they said they could take
the case all the way to the supreme court. rethinking safety in the north bay after two people were struck and killed by a smart train in the last two days. find out what's being done to make the track safer for pedestrians. the california highway patrol is reminding us to celebrate responsibly on the fourth of july. details on when the chp is beginning maximum enforcement. weather outside, looking towards the bay, patchy fog trying to work its way through into the picture, but a bit of a warming trend can impact the fourth of july forecast.
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days. with that, we will have temperatures approaching levels we had yesterday. more sunshine later on this afternoon. here is satellite showing you this to my classroom yesterday. beautiful sunset tuesday evening, i don't know if you saw that. but right now we have scattered low clouds and looks like the satellite or trying to suggest the clouds are breaking up a bit, but still overcast around the bay and maybe some patches around petaluma and sonoma county. great numbers, we have 50s to right around 60 degrees, santa rosa 57, san francisco currently 56 and mountain dew checking in at 62 degrees. here is more fog towards sfo this morning. it does look like the clouds are trying to lift a little bit with hints of sunshine here. that trend will continue over the next few hours. here is the plan for today, eventually this afternoon mostly sunny skies, little bit of a breeze and maybe patchy fog hanging out co-side and temperatures later on today ranging from the 60s to the beaches, 70s around the bay and 80s actually fairly pleasant with a nice day to go for a
walk or bike ride. we'll have more on the forecast coming up. now to the traffic alert in the east bay, we are continuing to follow the deadly crash that is shutting down all southbound lanes of interstate 880 in hayward. the chp just confirmed two cases to christina, a motorcyclist was killed two hours ago near tennyson road. you can see this live situation right here, the backup on 880 goes for miles. this is southbound traffic on 880, four lanes are closed, no timetable as to when the intersection is going to reopen. witnesses say the motorcyclist was switching lanes when he rear-ended a pickup truck, fell down and was hit by another vehicle. will continue to follow developing news in san bruno where two people were shot at the tanforan mall mall. we are working to get an update
from police this morning. tanforan mall is near sfo right off interstate 380 and right next to the san bruno bart station. reports of an active shooter came in around 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. the mall was evacuated as officers started searching for two suspected gunmen. the mall remain closed all night as police searched all stories and storage areas and back rooms. the parking lots were reopened long enough for some people to get there cars and go. also the san bruno bart station was shut down for more than four hours during the investigation. it reopened last night. the management says the mall will reopen as scheduled at 10 o'clock this morning. most people in the mall ran when they heard the gunshots, but an army recruiter ran toward the gunfire. staff sergeant isaiah locklear works at a recruiting station and saw the two people who were injured. he went up to the 16-year-old boy and used his shirt to stop the bleeding. >> he was on the floor waving his arms like i have been shot, don't let me die i don't want
to die. that really hit me, he didn't want to die and i was telling him he wasn't going to die. i will stick with you through it. >> locklear says he didn't think twice about helping because he said a soldier has to do what he has to do. it was a girl boy who was shot in the leg also remains a lost little. two other people were treated for minor injuries by paramedics at the mall. at ktvu.com you can find extended coverage of the tanforan mall shooting. we have posted a slideshow of photos, as well as what part riders is a how they were affected. the chp will remind drivers to slow down and celebrate responsibly during the fourth of july weekend. the chp maximum enforcement period begins at six forgotten and continue news until midnight on sunday. officers will be watching out for drivers speeding, not wearing a seatbelt, or driving under the influence. 18 people were killed in crashes on california roads
during last year's fourth of july maximum enforcement period. they also made 389 arrests during that same time period. officials have released the names of those killed and a wrong way crash over the weekend. both lived in oakland in the crash happened in orinda just before 2 o'clock sunday morning. the men were driving the wrong way on west 24 when they hit another vehicle. five people in the other vehicle were all taken to the hospital with major injuries. the family of a 75-year-old woman found dead in the stairwell at san francis general hospital is suing the city of san francisco. in may of last year, ruby anderson who has dementia, left the care center to go to the store, but her body was found 11 days later on the hospital campus. her four adult children accused the hospital of not protecting
her. the city is not commenting on the lawsuit. 8:35 and police are stepping up patrols near smart train crossings after two pedestrians were hit and killed by smart trains. both deadly accidents happened at the passing last week. there are more than a dozen signs in the area, in addition to warning lights and bells, but there is no horn and that is prohibited. among other things, police try to ticket drivers who stop on the tracks. >> i don't know what else the train company can do, i mean you put lights, you put bars to come down, you know at some point people have to take some responsibility for their actions. >> after each incident, whether intentional or unintentional, we investigate that area and we say what else could we have done. nothing is off the table, nothing should be off the table. everything should be, we want to save lives. >> smart is in the process of
getting permits to install gates you have to walk or bike through to get to the tracks. officials are also considering changing the rule about no horns. bart is moving forward with new fare gates, despite concerns from disabled riders saying they could be injured. this is a photo of the fair gates at the richmond bart station. they are designed to stop fair jumpers, but some riders who use wheelchairs where the gates can is on their heads. bart says staff members will be at the new fare gates to show people how they work and answer all questions. firefighters and police around the bay area are increasing patrols to crack down on illegal firework activity. ktvu went on a ride along with santa clara county deputies and we saw a new area popular for illegal fireworks. there is no parking allowed and visitors will be turned away or cited. officials say this is one of the many areas being monitored over the holiday weekend. >> the santa clara county
sheriff's office has additional resources they have allocated to specific areas where we have seen firework activity, legal fireworks. >> hellfire says oblate rainfall and moderate weather reduced some fire danger, but officials say the cruise responded to building fires around the holidays and firefighters do extra patrols to keep fourth of july safe. meanwhile, keep an eye on your pets during this time of year. dogs are usually framed by the sound of firefighters fireworks. today several dogs are being flown from the animal services psalter up to oregon to make room for animals that will likely get scared and run away during the holiday. the agency is also offering free adoptions at certain agencies through saturday. did not go to treasure island to watch the fireworks shows tomorrow night.
treasure island development authorities says parking in viewing areas are limited. road construction projects are also underway on the island and some roads and parking areas are inaccessible. don't go. stay away. coming up, many people are getting ready to celebrate the fourth of july and many are private, serving up drinks. find out just how much americans plan to spend for tomorrow's parties. it is wildfire season and pg&e are out trying to prevent small fires from growing.
jurors in san diego who acquitted a decorated navy seal of several war crimes will be back in court today to decide his fate for posing with the court. special operations chief gallagher was found not guilty yesterday. prosecutors allege chase gallagher fatally stabbed an islamic state detainee after the teen was hurt in an airstrike. lawyers repeatedly questioned the evidence and challenged incriminating testimony. gallagher's wife spoke after yesterday's decision. >> he is a righteous and noble individual and his name has been smeared and slandered and
dragged through the mud. i think that this medication, i hope, will be a lesson learned to everybody. >> the maximum sentence he could be is four years behind bars. since he has spent nine months in prison, he is now a free man is with his attorney says. there is a campaign to promote affordable housing by the governor and made a stop in emeryville yesterday at the construction site of an apartment complex. it is being turned 87 new affordable housing units. >> in a city that gets it, let's get it done on a project that meets demand and meets the crisis developing in our state. there i say that's the issue of homelessness and protecting the most honorable individuals and families. >> funding for the project will come from money from the states affordable housing program, as well as a $4.5 million bond from the city of emeryville.
police in pittsburgh are looking for an arsonist who setting them on fire as the family was sleeping inside. this is surveillance video that shows a man walk around the front of the house before he drives away in a silver or gold colored card. the homeowners mother lives right across the street. >> my mom sees the whole thing, runs over and pounds on the door . at the same time my alarm is going off, so that alone saved our lives. >> joe ortiz and his son tried to put out the flames until firefighters arrived. no one was hurt in the family says the suspect had a bottle in his hand and left it at the scene. they hope this will lead police to the suspected arsonist. pg&e has started daily flights using small airplanes to watch out for wildfires across thousands of miles of california. this is the sixth year they are using fire spotters and seven planes from late afternoon
until death. the patrols began june 1 and will run until the end of october or later, just depending on the wildfire risk. last year pg&e had a total of 209 fires and notified local fire agencies. i drove out 582 livermore over the weekend and thought of you because the hills are yellow, brown and superdrive. >> we should also remind people fire danger this time of year is also always high, but the fog is helping out a little bit. we are talking about extreme fire danger any red flag warnings for the weekend, but it will be warming up a little bit. the forecast does include fog this morning. here is a camera towards the bay in san francisco with clouds out there in the distance. we have a little cable in the right portion of your screen is the official weather gauge. there is a bit of a cool breeze to start out your wednesday morning. mild to warm, 60s, 70s and 80s with clouds this morning. eventually mostly sunny skies
this afternoon, except we cannot patchy fog near portions of the coastline. talking about the tropics, you can see the hurricane, this is a major hurricane in the pacific , this is hurricane barbara right now, a category four at wins with 145 miles per hour. it essentially expected to weaken dramatically, but it can produce some thunderstorms and rain towards the hawaiian islands as well. so we can have a little bit more wave action to the bay area coastline through the weekend as some energy does move in from the south. keep that in mind for the coastline over the weekend. high clouds from yesterday, right now we have low clouds and the coast near portions of the bay and clouds are beginning to left a little bit so far this morning. maybe a few left over patches around petaluma. current numbers lots of 50s and 60s out there for walnut creek, 60 degrees. nevada 60 and sfo at 58. speaking of sfo, here is our life camera reached the clouds. you can see maybe some hints of
clearing and that spread will continue over the next two hours. we have the clouds this morning and it will be mostly sunny this afternoon and forecast highs will be the 60s and 70s to the 80s. in fact, as you are heading to lake tahoe it will be great weather for today and tomorrow, mostly sunny skies for the fourth of july. into the weekend it looks like the warming trend will continue into saturday. temperatures in south lake tahoe could be approaching lower 80s. this guy has been capping our temperatures, no triple digit heat, no '90s, we're just talking about 60s, 70s and 80s. we will pump up the numbers a little bit beginning tomorrow as we head towards the weekend. in the fourth of july forecast we have warm temperatures, mild temperatures and cool temperatures. the temperatures tomorrow are 60s to the 70s, all the way to the 80s. here is the forecast model showing you this. the clouds regroup tomorrow morning, clearing to the shoreline and we are watching
out for possible log into the bay for tomorrow night. temperatures for this afternoon, 80s and some 70s. these numbers not a big departure from yesterday's readings. san jose 76, sunnyvale 74 in san francis forecast high in the mid 60s. looking at your five-day, minor changes here will gradually warm up the numbers a little bit tomorrow and take us into the week. straight to a traffic alert we have been following in the east bay, the result of a deadly cash that has shut down all southbound lanes of interstate 8080 in hayward. chp confirmed tower crew at the scene that a motorcyclist was killed in a collision with two cars on the interstate hours ago. the accident happened around tennyson road in southbound 880. lanes one through four are still closed right now, so very little traffic getting through. we are working to get a timeline as to when all lanes of 880 may reopen.
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the reports show how much makes tech to spend on fourth of july celebrations. and wall street is celebrating a record this morning. >> good morning again, the s&p 500 had a record this morning, we could see a record close for the dow as well as the federal reserve indicates that will cut interest rates at his meeting later this month after disappointing numbers on jobs and the economy. we will watch that, but ringing the bell this morning we want to let you know that is medal of honor recipient staff sergeant david bolivia being honored for his actions as wild leader during operation phantom fury in iraq, he is there with his family ringing the bell. short training daily today ahead of the holiday, take a look at the dow jones almost up half of a present, 110 points, 26,008 96. we can see the
record close their, the s&p 500 is up more than half of the present, 2989 and the nasdaq is at 8153, more than half of the present as well. california/the state-sponsored retirement plan part of a state law that requires companies in california with at least five employees to offer a retirement plan. the new cal favors plan launched july 1 has company sign up for the plan. cal favors will automatically deduct 5% from employees paychecks and then put it into a retirement account. workers can opt out of the plan, or choose a different savings rate. tesla reports record sales for its most recent quarter. the model three posted to 95,000 cars between april and june. demand will dry up as tax credits for electric vehicles are phased out. tesla expects to deliver between 360 to 400,000 cars this year, stock is up nearly 5 present this morning on that
news. americans are expected to spend $1 billion during the holiday just on pier. researchers at the wallet have departments a fourth of july is the top drinking holiday in the u.s., but spending does not stop there. according to the national retail federation americans will also spend $6.7 billion on hot dogs and hamburgers. i'm sure that includes the catsup and mustard as well. the average cost to celebrate america's birthday is about $73 a person. i'm reminding people of ways to save, parades are free. today kids get in for free at the marin county fair. fireworks every night over there and if you bring a clothing donation to the alameda county fair in pleasant and getting free today. and that is for foster kids. >> i don't plan on eating healthy tomorrow. >> you already laid that out. >> it's all good. >> you're not going to have a
cal celebration? >> that is not in my forecast. doctors essay clay thompson underwent successful knee surgery. >> the star guard is expected to be sidelined 5 to 7 months and could return as early as next year, maybe january or so. he did tear the left acl in game six of the nba finals, but the team believes he will make a complete comeback and therefore agreed to a five-year $190 million deal. today's date to of the semi finals and the women's world cup. >> joined dave and pam as they leave the ktvu studios and head straight to spearman park near the embarcadero in san francisco close to the ferry building, join them for a watch party. the match between the netherlands and sweden starts at noon. dave and pam will be there early feeding fans. the winner of today's match will go on to play the u.s. in sunday's final. americans beating england in a 2-1 nailbiter.
after england tied up the match, former cal great alex morgan headed home the winner. giving herself an early birthday present as she celebrates her 30th birthday. the 20 u.s. is in its third straight women's world cup finals. we are following the deadly crash out of the city of hayward, the traffic backup southbound 880 has been bad for the last few hours. also some superheroes visiting young patients at children's hospitals in los angeles. how the cast of spiderman for smiles on their faces.
artistic ability. a video post on social midi shows the five-year-old drawing in chalk on a city sidewalk, his favorite cartoon character, sonic the hedgehog. it is viewed now more than 7 million times. the videogame company that created the character, reached out and complemented him. pixar animation wrote on twitter, future in turn? just finished kindergarten and has never had a formal art class. the stars of spiderman made a surprise visit to a hospital in los angeles. actors tom holland, jake gyllenhaal showed up and the children got to see an advanced screening of the movie. the stars went from room to room talking with the children and of course posing for pictures. a specialty ice cream shop is celebrating with the free treat for desk cream.
it is opening up in the great mall of milpitas. it's known for its customize cream's sandwiches. customers choose their ice cream and cookies plus a topping. to celebrate the expansion, they will offer free many cream symptoms from noon until 4:00 p.m. on opening day. happening today, on board the uss hornet, the united states celebrates 80 new citizens. they will take the oath of allegiance. all of leaves here at least five years in prison they can speak, read and understand english and they passed the citizenship test. 7500 people nationwide will become citizens this holiday. it's opening day for the marin county fair. the theme of the fair, over the moon in honor of the golden anniversary of the first lunar landing. there will be a special exhibit of space explosion artifacts from american, russian and soviet private collections. today there will be a screen pitting area for children and fireworks every night. the bay areas because county
fair, the alameda county fair continues the sunday. the fair is sponsoring today a clothing drive for foster children. it's also offering one dollar carnival rides until 5 pm tonight. multiple people hurt during the shooting at a busy mall in san bruno park what investigators are saying is the search for the attackers continues. talking of their push to out a controversial question to the 2020 census per call the president is reacting and what it means to people in the bay area. plus, looking outside to catch a glimpse of the celestial show. we will take a look at the solar eclipse stretching across south america. welcome to the 9. take a look at this picture. not bad. pretty much wherever you are across the bay. we are expecting it to be warmer than it is right now on a typical fourth of july. we will take their cooler weather if it means a decrease in fire danger.